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Sen. Montford to hold office hours in Jasper


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Senator Bill Montford (D-Tallahas-
see) will be holding mobile office
hours in Hamilton County on Tues-


day, Oct. 29.
To be certain Senator Montford's
office is aware of any issues or con-
cerns Hamilton County constituents
may have, his office will be holding
periodic meetings to gather citizen


input.
The meeting on Oct. 29, will be
held at the Hamilton County Court-
house Annex, 1153 US Hwy. 41 NW,

SEE SEN., PAGE 7A


US 129 in Jasper closed to traffic on Oct. 26
Potash Corp dragline to cross highway ..
By Joyce Marie Taylor 5'-/ '"
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com B
If you have recently traveled US Hwy. 129 between Live
Oak and Jasper, you no doubt have seen a lot of activity go-
ing on as you look on both sides of the road about one mile
north of the 1-75 interchange. Potash Corp White Springs -
has been busy with mining operations at that location. Their
number two dragline is onsite, which is impressive to watch
if you've never seen it in action before.
On Saturday, Oct. 26, there will be a temporary road clo- dH-
sure of US 129 in the above mentioned area from 7 a.m. un-
til 5 p.m. as the number two dragline makes its move across
the roadway to the west, according to Potash Corp White
Springs Public Relations Manager Mike Williams. Traffic
between Jasper and the 1-75 interchange will be detoured Dragline number 2 busy at work along US 129 in Jasper.
onto CR 158, CR 249, CR 132 and US 41 during those hours. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


Jasper native Art Smith has

big plans for his hometown


(L-R) Back row: Vice mayor Mary Kay Dunaway, Art Smith, Council mem-
ber LaBarfield Bryant and City Manager Charles Williams. Front row: City
Clerk Jennifer Cone, Mayor Ann Lessman and Council Chairperson
Kathy Avriett. Courtesy photo


Sen. Montford

speaks at

chamber dinner
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Guest speak-
er at the Hamil-
ton County
Chamber of .
Commerce An-
nual Apprecia-
tion Dinner on
Thursday, Oct.
17, was Florida
State Senator
William (Bill) J. Senator Bill Montford.
Montford III Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor
(D-Tallahassee).
Montford was first elected to the
Florida Senate in 2010 and then re-
elected in 2012. He serves on various
committees in the Florida Senate for
agriculture, education, gaming, and
banking and finance, just to name a
few. He represents 11 counties; Cal-
houn, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty,
SEE MONTFORD, PAGE 7A


Record turnout for Chamber dinner
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor
@gaflnews.com
The Hamilton County
Chamber of Commerce
Annual Appreciation
Dinner was held Thurs- ,...
day, Oct. 17, at the
Earnest Courtoy Civic
Center in downtown
Jasper with 119 guests
turning out for the event.
"I believe this is record
attendance for a Cham-
The Hamilton County Republican Party table; Supervisor of Elections Laura Dees
SEE RECORD, PAGE 6A sits second from left. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor


Library program highlights 25 years of quilts
historic cemeteries celebrated at the park


By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor
@gaflnews.com
Art Smith, a Hamilton
County native and cele-
brated chef, has plans to
bring some exciting busi-
ness back to his hometown
of Jasper, according to offi-
cials from the city of Jasper.
Jasper Mayor Ann Less-
man, City Manager
Charles Williams and the
entire city council are excit-
ed about this new venture
coming to their town. Ac-
cording to the council,
Smith's project, Common
Threads, "will be very ben-
eficial and educational for
lots of children in Hamil-
ton County and the sur-
rounding areas."
Chef Art Smith has
cooked for former Florida
governors Bob Graham
and Jeb Bush, as well as
serving as personal chef to


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TV celebrity Oprah Win-
frey, along with numerous
other celebrities and heads
of state, including Presi-
dent Barack Obama. He
has also written award-
winning cookbooks and
owns successful restau-
rants in Chicago and
Washington.
Smith modeled this pro-
ject after his program Com-
mon Threads, (Chicago &
Washington) and Blue Hill
(New York) that teaches
farm to table cooking with
an emphasis on good nutri-
tion. He is also planning a
community center with a
reading room named after
Barbara Bush, as well as a
SEE JASPER, PAGE 7A


Rural Folklife
Days coming
- Page 2A

School admin.
office open for
business at
HCHS -Page2A


Swift Creek Historic Cemetery in White Springs.
-Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
Outreach Coordinator Barbara A. Hines,
RPA, from the Florida Public Archaeology
Network (FPAN) North Central Region, pre-


SEE LIBRARY, PAGE 11 A


An amazing volcano quilt. -Photo: Joyce Marie Taylor
By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com
For 25 years Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park has been hosting the Quilt
Show and Sale. This year the event ran from
Oct. 18-20 and drew a generous crowd of visi-
tors throughout the weekend.


SEE 25 YEARS, PAGE 9A


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Rural Folklife Days


School admin. office open


coming Oct. 30-Nov. 1 for business at HCHS
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By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com

Come experience old Florida tradi-
tions at Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park at the annual Rural
Folk Life Days on Oct. 30-Nov. 1.
As in years past, Rural Folklife Days
at the park will feature demonstrators
who will be showcasing Florida tradi-
tions of yesterday and today during a
three-day event to celebrate the re-
gion's rural past with hands-on learn-
ing activities.
There is much to experience. Visitors
can taste jellies and sugar cane, play


traditional games, churn butter, sing
songs, hear storytelling, quilt on a
frame, assist a blacksmith, learn about
lye soap, watch demonstrations of old-
fashioned cane grinding, and learn
how to fish.
Rural Folklife Days is a long-stand-
ing tradition at the park and for
decades students have participated in
field trips to Stephen Foster Park to ex-
perience this event. Schools are en-
couraged to attend and don't forget to
pre-register.
Everyone is welcome. Admission is
$5 per person. For more information,
please call toll free 1-877-635-3655.


ocnool Doar a will conduct future meetings nere


By Joyce Marie Taylor
On Monday, Oct. 21, at
8 a.m., the Hamilton
County School District
Administrative Depart-
ment opened for busi-
ness at their new offices
at Hamilton County
High School, 5683 US
Highway 129 South,
Building 1000. All tele-
phone numbers are the
same, only the location
has changed.
The Hamilton County


School Board meeting
room has also moved to
the new location at the
high school in the same
building, Suite 1, where


the next
shop will
Monday,
p.m.


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take place on
Oct. 28 at 4


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been chosen to receive
$4,626 to supplement
emergency food and
shelter programs in the
county.
The selection was
made by a National
Board that is chaired by
the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security's
Federal Emergency
Management Agency
and consists of represen-
tatives from American
Red Cross; Catholic
Charities, USA; National


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Council of the Churches
of Christ in the USA; The
Jewish Federations of
North America; The Sal-
vation Army; and Unit-
ed Way Worldwide. The
National Board was
charged to distribute
funds appropriated by
Congress to help expand
the capacity of food and
shelter programs in
high-need areas around
the country.
A Local Board made
up of a local government
official, faith community
representative, Ameri-
can Red Cross, Another
Way, Catholic Charities,
Suwannee River Eco-
nomic Council, The Sal-
vation Army, United
Way of Suwannee Val-
ley, and Vivid Visions
will determine how the
funds awarded to
Hamilton County are to
be distributed among
the emergency food and
shelter programs run by
local service agencies in
the area. The Local
Board is responsible for
recommending agencies
to receive these funds
and any additional
funds made available
under this phase of the
program.
Under the terms of the
grant from the National
Board, local agencies
chosen to receive funds
must: 1) beprivate vol-
untary non-profits or
units of government, 2)
be eligible to receive
Federal funds, 3) have
an accounting system, 4)
practice nondiscrimina-
tion, 5) have demonstrat-
ed the capability to de-
liver emergency food
and/or shelter pro-
grams, and 6) if they are
private voluntary orga-
nizations, have a volun-
tary board. Qualifying
agencies are urged to ap-
ply.
Hamilton County has
distributed Emergency
Food and Shelter funds
previously with Another
Way, Catholic Charities,
Suwannee River Eco-
nomic Council, United
Way of Suwannee Val-
ley, and Vivid Visions
participating. In 2013
these agencies were re-
sponsible for providing
157 nights of lodging
and assisting with four
rent/mortgage pay-
ments and 18 utility bill
payments.
Public or private vol-
untary agencies interest-
ed in applying for Emer-
gency Food and Shelter
Program funds must
contact Jayne L. Wilson,
United Way of Suwan-
nee Valley at 386-752-
5604x 102 for an applica-
tion. The deadline for
applications to be re-
ceived is October 31.


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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, October 24, 2013











THURSDAY, October 24, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 3A


By Walter M Kenzie




WH!TE SPRINGSn
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/7'worry about
c 'z JHamilton County,
s n a ly and I worry in
t n a'n icular about White
mn iirgs. So beautiful, so
S 1 I I of promise and hope
1, "WLhe future, but it is
awy- Wou h a struggle to get
L.k-, I-,. While much of the
-" .-. ,i',.-t of Old Florida has
.. -- appeared and then
reappeared in forms unrecognizable to its original
citizens, Hamilton County and White Springs has
stubbornly, and perhaps lazily, clung to its past. The
traditions and the culture are important, but like
many of our old buildings, they will not thrive if
they are neglected and allowed to rot and waste
away. Wouldn't it be a shame to wake up one morn-
ing and realize that White Springs had become a
ghost town, that Hamilton County had lost the little
town that had so much history and beauty, because
of neglect? This may seem like a farfetched, gloomy
scenario and while it is not likely to happen, it's not
impossible. I'll give you a couple of reasons why to
consider. First, there are more than two hundred
ghost towns in Florida, most dating from the late
nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Second,
there are many more towns once thriving and pros-
perous, now dwindling and in decline, with a hand-
ful of residents still living there. All it takes is apa-
thy and neglect, and little by little White Springs and
Jasper and Jennings could deteriorate and change
until one day we will all wonder what happened to
our little piece of paradise. This need not happen.
There are people living here now, with both an ap-
preciation of the past and a vision for the future, who
have already rolled up their sleeves and gone to
work, struggling to find ways to insure not only our


survival, -ut ,! ....'- ,I \ i brant and healthy future.
They kno--\ d\ .'lt '-,Int to tear down the town to
rebuild it, rather tih. 01 kn.' tihit many of us wantto
build a historical bdJg h \ t,, i n the treasure of yes-
terday and the promise of tomorrow. Certain locali-
ties evoke more of a sense of place than others, per-
haps because of certain memories lingering there.
We are such a place. The real visionaries want this
repository of history and memory and natural beau-
ty that is White Springs and Hamilton County to be
preserved, but they also want us to be more visible,
more enticing and more accessible to the outside
world. This is a "bridge" worth building, and while
plenty of people will cross it once it is there, I have to
wonder, who will actually help build it?
To build this "bridge" to the future we need a good
foundation. Basics like good roads and streets, utili-
ties and services, fire and police protection, good
schools, good government and good community in-
volvement. Above and beyond that, to really grow
and prosper we need vision and courage. I'm not ad-
vocating the schizophrenic kind of development that
would render us unrecognizable to future genera-
tions, nor am I suggesting anything that would be
economically irresponsible, but neither do I think
that we can continue to be afraid to make some bold,
responsible decisions to move forward.
For starters, I'd like to see us have the vision and
the courage to keep the Nature and Heritage tourism
center open, to encourage the re-opening of the
Telford Hotel, to extend water and sewer to the
White Springs 1-75 exit, to route the Florida Trail and
its many hikers through town instead of around it.
These are just a few of many things can and should
be done, but they can't be done without community
involvement. Specifically, we need the involvement


Farm Bureau annual meeting


The Hamilton County
Farm Bureau recently
held their annual meet-
ing at the VFW Club in
Jasper and had over 200
Farm Bureau members
and guests attend. Also
some of our local and
state elected officials at-
tended.
Perhaps the highlight
of the event was a cake
auction which raised
over $1,500. The money
will benefit the Young
Farmer and Rancher and
State Women's Program.
Part of the money will
go towards scholarships
for these folks to attend
State Education confer-
ences held in various
parts of the state during
the year.
The County Farm Bu-
reau also announced an-
other project for the next
three months, and that is
to collect at least a five
gallon bucket of bever-
age pop top tabs. They
will be delivered to the


Our sincere
thanks
It is with heartfelt grat-
itude that the Smith fam-
ily wish to extend our
sincere thanks to our
many friends and family
for the outpouring of
love and support shown
to us during the sudden
demise of our beloved
Andre Jermaine Smith.
The many acts of kind-
ness shown to us
through visits, phone
calls, prayers, delicious
food, comforting words,
cards, beautiful floral
arrangements, the beau-
tiful candlelight vigil and
many other acts of kind-
ness helped us during a
very difficult time and is
very much appreciated
and will never be forgot-
ten.
Again we say thank
you, thank you, thank
you and may God bless
each of you.

Loving mother Ruby
Smith Roberson,
Wife Jenetra Smith,
Sister Vanessa Smith,
Brothers Anthony,
Stephen and Craig


\I iTeinwn itesprings(g gmai I.corry


of the Hamilton County Commission, the Chamber
of Commerce, the Economic Development Authori-
ty, the Tourist Development Commission, area busi-
nesses and, most importantly, citizens.
You are going to be hearing more about this in the
near future. I challenge you to be bold enough to
consider making White Springs the vibrant commu-
nity that it can be, that it deserves to be. Let's quit
sliding backwards and build a bridge to the future!
We've all noticed and expressed concerns about
the many stray dogs and cats that roam our streets.
Part of the solution is to be supportive of the Hamil-
ton County Humane Society. They are going to be
hosting a fun fundraiser with a "spay-ghetti" dinner
and silent auction on Saturday, November 9th, at the
Jasper Civic Center. Bring your family and friends to
enjoy music, the auction, door prizes, raffles, and
great food! And you will be helping your Humane
Society make an Animal Shelter and pet programs a
reality. They have some exciting plans for our com-
munity and they want to share them with you. Spe-
cial guest speaker is Jeff Siegmeister, our District
State Attorney. He and his wife are dedicated Hu-
mane Society supporters. Please E-mail hamiltonhu-
manesociety@yahoo.com or call 386-938-4092 to get
on the reservation list.
Welcome aboard to our new Fire Administrator,
Chris Greene. Chris brings with him a wealth of ex-
perience and is looking forward to moving White
Springs Volunteer Fire Department into compliance
with the modern realities and complexities of good,
accredited fire protection. If you are interested in be-
coming a volunteer firefighter, call Town Hall at 397-
2310 and they will have Chris get in touch with you.
Life in White Springs is full of beauty and history
and opportunities, but not without a few challenges.
I'm confident that these challenges will be met be-
cause of people who care. I hope that you are one of
them, and I hope to see you out and about, enjoying
life in White Springs!


Walter McKenzie
lifeinwhitesprings@gmail.com
386-269-0056


Folks enjoy a great meal at the annual Farm Bureau meeting. Courtesy photo


Ronald McDonald
House in Tallahassee
during Food Check Out
Week, which will be
held during the middle
part of February. The
aluminum tabs will be
sold for scrap aluminum
and this money goes to
pay for the electric bill
for the Ronald McDon-
ald House.
Hamilton County

Jasper
Presbyterian
Youth
Annual
Pancake
Supper
November 12,
2013
5:00-7:00pm
$5.00 a plate
pancakes and
sausage


Farm Bureau has been a
financial sponsor of the
Ronald McDonald
House in Tallahassee for
over 15 years, and this
will be a great opportu-
nity for folks to help our
with this great charity.
There is a five gallon
bucket located at the lo-
cal office and everyone is
encouraged to save your
tabs and bring them by


the offices, said Damon
Deas, president of the
Farm Bureau.
Other business for the
meeting was the election
of directors for the com-
ing year. Elected were
Wesley Deas, Damon
Deas, James Dedge,
Thomas Reynolds, Scott
Wynn, Richard Young,
Bill Erixton and Alex
Murphy.


Prescription Drug Take

Back Day is Oct. 26


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-


apartment.
If you have unused or
unwanted prescription
drugs in your home this
is the time to safely dis-
pose of them, rather than
tossing them in the
garbage or flushing
them down the toilet.


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OPINION


Loving and hating America


As I've documented in the past,
many leftist teachers teach our young-
sters to hate our country. For exam-
ple, University of Hawaii Professor
Haunani-Kay Trask counseled her
students, "We need to think very,
very clearly about who the enemy is.
The enemy is the United States of
America and everyone who supports
it." Some universities hire former ter-
rorists to teach and indoctrinate stu-
dents. Kathy Boudin, former Weather
Underground member and convicted
murderer, is on the Columbia Univer-
sity School of Social Work's faculty.
Her Weather Underground comrade
William Ayers teaches at the Univer-
sity of Illinois at Chicago. Bernardine
Dohrn, his wife, is a professor at
Northwestern University School of
Law. Her stated mission is to over-
throw capitalism.
America's domestic haters have in-
ternational company. 24/7 Wall St.
published an article titled "Ten Coun-
tries That Hate America Most"
(http:/ /tinyurl.com/lqgtm42). The
list includes Serbia, Greece, Iran, Al-
geria, Egypt and Pakistan. Ranking
America published an article titled
"The U.S. ranks 3rd in liking the Unit-
ed States"
(http:/ /tinyurl.com/9x9hm8k). Using
data from the Pew Global Attitudes
Project, it finds that just 79 percent of
Americans in 2011 had a favorable
view of Americans, compared with
Japan and Kenya, which had 85 and
83 percent favorable views, respec-
tively. Most European nations held a
60-plus percent favorable view of


MT. Zion Holiness Church
Fargo, Ga.

Mt. Zion Holiness Church will be
celebrating their Pastor 19th Anniver-
sary, Elder Stiner Jones on NOVEM-
BER 13-17, 2013 at 7:30pm nightly.
Several churches scheduled for each
service Wednesday thru Friday night
and Sunday at 3:00pm.
SATURDAY NIGHT, NOV. 16,
7:30pm musical program "PRAISING


Americans, com-
pared with coun-
tries such as
Egypt, Pakistan
and Turkey, with
less than 20 per-
cent favorable
views.
An interesting
facet of foreign- BY WALTI
ers liking or hat-
ing America can be seen in a poll
Gallup has been conducting since
2007 asking the questions: "Ideally, if
you had the opportunity, would you
like to move permanently to another
country, or would you prefer to con-
tinue living in this country? To which
country would you like to move?"
(http: / / tinyurl.com/6rtwczu) Guess
to which country most people would
like to move. If you said "the good ol'
US of A," go to the head of the class.
Of the more than 640 million people
who would like to leave their own
country, 23 percent -- or 150 million --
said they would like to live in the
United States. The U.S. has been "the
world's most desired destination for
potential migrants since Gallup start-
ed tracking these patterns in 2007."
The United Kingdom comes in a dis-
tant second, with 7 percent (45 mil-
lion). Other favorite permanent relo-
cations are Canada (42 million),
France (32 million) and Saudi Arabia
(31 million), but all pale in compari-
son with the U.S. as the preferred
home.
The next question is: Where do peo-
ple come from who want to relocate


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to the U.S.? China
has 22 million
adults who want
to permanently
relocate to the
U.S., followed by
Nigeria (15 mil-
lion), India (10
million),
Bangladesh (8
million) and


Brazil (7 million). The Gallup report
goes on to make the remarkable find-
ing that "despite large numbers of
people in China, Nigeria, and India
who want to migrate permanently to
the U.S., these countries are not neces-
sarily the places where the U.S. is the
most desired destination. Gallup
found that more than three in 10
adults in Liberia (37 percent) and
Sierra Leone (30 percent) would move
permanently to the U.S. if they had
the opportunity. More than 20 percent
of adults in the Dominican Republic
(26 percent), Haiti (24 percent), and
Cambodia (22 percent) also say the
same." That's truly remarkable in the
cases of Liberia and Sierra Leone,


where one-third of the people would
leave. That's equivalent to 105 million
Americans wanting to relocate to an-
other country.
The Gallup poll made no mention
of the countries to which people
would least like to relocate. But I'm
guessing that most of them would be
on Freedom House's list of the least
free places in the world, such as
Uzbekistan, Georgia, China, Turk-
menistan, Chad, Cuba and North Ko-
rea.
I'm wondering how the hate-Ameri-
ca/blame-America-first crowd might
explain the fact that so many people
in the world, if they had a chance,
would permanently relocate here.
Maybe it's that they haven't been ex-
posed to enough U.S. university pro-
fessors.

Walter E. Williams is a professor of
economics at George Mason Universi-
ty. To find outmore about Walter E.
Williams and read features by other
Creators Syndicate writers and car-
toonists, visit the Creators Syndicate
Web page atwww.creators.com.


Yoho greets WWII Honor

Flight vets from Florida


WASHINGTON, DC-
Congressman Ted Yoho
greeted a group of WWII
veterans from Florida as
part of the Honor Flight
program recently. Due
to the federal govern-
ment shutdown, access
to the WWII Memorial is
not guaranteed. Con-
gressman Yoho, along
with many of his Florida
colleagues, went to the
WWII Memorial to en-
sure that the veterans
would have no trouble
gaining access to the
grounds.
Congressman Yoho
said, "These veterans
have earned access to
their memorial hun-
dreds of times over. This
place belongs to them. I
suspect had they not
been given access, these


Congressman Ted Yoho greets WWII vets from Florida.


guys would have found
a way to get in anyway.
They've stormed gates
before. But just in case,
my colleagues and I
came here today to assist
in any way we could."
Congressman Yoho
continued, "It was an
honor to shake their
hands and thank them
for their service. I am


thankful the Administra-
tion seems to be backing
down on not letting
them in. I am hopeful
that we can come togeth-
er to find a solution to
end the entire shut-
down. We need to come
to the table to negotiate
for the sake of not only
these veterans, but for all
Americans."


SNAP recipients will see a decrease in
benefits due to expiration of federal law


Benefits decrease on Nov. 1
TALLAHASSEE-On Nov. 1, 2013,
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP or food stamp) recipi-
ents will see a decrease in benefits due
to the expiration of SNAP increases
provided by the American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).
Current Florida SNAP customers
can log into their My ACCESS account
at MyFlorida.com/accessflorida to
view their benefit information for the


month of November.
The amount of SNAP benefits each
eligible household receives depends
on many factors, such as income,
household size and expenses. On Nov.
1, a family of four with no income and
no other changes to their case will see
a decrease in their monthly benefits of
$36.
In Florida there are 3.6 million peo-
ple who currently participate in the
SNAP program.


Announcement

Pastor Anniversary


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PUBLIC NOTICE


THERE WILL BEA TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSING OF US 129, APPROXIMATELY 1 MILE
NORTH OF THE US-129/1-75 INTERSECTION. THE ROAD WILL BE CLOSED FROM 7:00
AM TO 5:00 PM ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013. TRAFFIC BETWEEN JASPER, FL
AND THE 1-75 AND LIVE OAK AREAS WILL BE DETOURED ONTO C-158 I C-249, AND
C-132 / US-41.


Dig Safely.
If you plan to dig or move, call 1-800-432-4770 at least two days before digging
so the Utilities Protection Center (UPC) can mark underground utility lines.
If you do not call and you hit an underground line, you could be hurt or killed.
You may also be held liable for costly damages.
Here are some simple excavation safety steps:
" Survey and Mark Survey proposed excavation areas and mark the dig sites
in white paint
SCall Before You Dig It is the law! At least two working days prior to
starting work- 1-800-432-4770
Y Wait the Required Time Allow the UPC the time to locate and mark the
lines
Y Respect the Marks Maintain visibility of the marks and safely follow them
when digging
" Dig with Care Hand excavate within 24-inches of each side of the lines
If Your Equipment Contacts a Gas Line:

SLeave equipment; don't turn off engines or generators

SWarn others and leave the area quickly

SDo not operate any gas pipeline valves or stop the flow of gas

SLeave the excavation open

SIn a natural gas emergency, call 911, then City of Jasper

386-792-2211, 386-792-1130, 386-792-1212
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THURSDAY, October 24, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 5A


Obituary
David Edwin
Seckinger, Sr.
Oct. 20, 2013

X retired Army
SFC/E7 of the
)V82nd Airborne,
David Edwin Seckinger,
Sr., 79, of Lake City, Fla.,
passed away peacefully
on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013,
while vacationing in the
Smokey Mountains with
all of his family. A na-
tive of Hamilton Coun-
ty, Fla., he was the son of
the late James E.
Seckinger and Estelle
Burnette Seckinger. He
lived most of his life in
Hamilton and Columbia
counties and was a
member of Bethlehem
Baptist Church and past
member of First Baptist
Church of White
Springs. He was retired
from the United States
Army in 1969. Upon re-
tirement, Dave began
working for The Stephen
Foster State Park for 8
years, and then started a
second career working
for the State of Florida at
The Department of Agri-
culture. He went on to
retire after 19 years of
service.
David enjoyed Square
Dancing and was a caller
for many Square Danc-
ing groups. He loved to
travel and spend time
with his family. He was
a Deacon and member of
Bethlehem Baptist
Church. He loved the
Lord, his family, and
was proud to serve his
country.
He was preceded in


The Bible God's inspired word Part 1


death by the love of his
life of 58 years, LaVerne
Seckinger. Survivors in-
clude one daughter, Pam
Beauchamp (Rick), Lake
City, Fla.; one son, David
Seckinger, Jr. (Kim), Pen-
sacola, Fla.; four grand-
children, Heather Law
(Drew), Lake City, Fla.;
Trey Beauchamp (Car-
lee), Lake City, Fla.;
David Seckinger, III
(Sarah), Pensacola, Fla.;
Justin Seckinger (Brian-
na), Pensacola, Fla.; 4
great-grandchildren:
Drew Law IV and Riley
Law, Lake City, Fla.;
Taylor Seckinger and
Luke Seckinger, Pen-
sacola, Fla..
Funeral Services will
be held on Thursday,
Oct. 24, 2013, at 2 p.m. at
The First Baptist Church
in White Springs, Fla.,
with Rev. Lowell O's-
teen officiating and as-
sisted by Brother Joe
Shiver. Interment will
follow at Camp Branch
Cemetery in Genoa, Fla.
(Hwy 41 through White
Springs, Left on Hwy
132, Left on 137th Blvd.,
cemetery will be on the
right, 1.1 miles past fire
station).
Visitation with the
family was held on
Wednesday, Oct. 23,
2013, from 5-7 p.m. at the
funeral home. GATE-
WAY-FOREST LAWN
FUNERAL HOME, 3596
South US Hwy 441, Lake
City, Fla. (386-752-1954).
Please send words of
love and comfort to the
family at www.gateway-
forestlawn.com.


Freedom is Here

The passion is still there


Galatians 5:5-6 For
through the Spirit we ea-
gerly await by faith the
righteousness for which
we hope. For in Christ
Jesus neither circumci-
sion nor uncircumcision
has any value. The only
thing that counts is faith
expressing itself through
love.
The Galatians had
been hoodwinked by a
group of religious teach-
ers who had the Gospel
backwards. These teach-
ers said, "If you want to
be saved, believe in the
Lord Jesus Christ and
also start doing good
works. Then your faith
plus good works will
save you."
But Paul (and the
Word of God) said that if
you want to be saved be-
lieve on the Lord Jesus
Christ, and you will be
saved! Then the good
works will come because
once you become a child
of God, you'll start to act
like a child of God.
Incorrect: Faith plus
Works equals Salvation
Correct: Faith equals
Salvation (and good
works will come)
One of those works
that the false teachers
kept promoting was cir-
cumcision. In a strange
way all religion tries to
cut part of humanity
away from people. This
is not God's ultimate
plan for his children. He
created humans in His
image. So, when we're
being human as he in-
tended, we're closer to
His image.
Religion knows that
those natural passions
and desires are out of
control. Religion under-
stands that people's pas-
sions lead to misery. But
religion tries to remove
all passion and desire
through human effort.
Trying to eliminate or
suppress your human
passion will make you
less than human; you'll
be less than what God


intended you to be.
Jesus came, not to re-
move all passions, but to
replace them and their
focus. Simon Peter illus-
trated this when he
stood before the crowd
in Acts 2 and preached
the Gospel. A while ear-
lier he was violently
hacking off the ear of
someone trying to arrest
Jesus. The Holy Spirit
didn't take away his pas-
sionate personality but
refocused it. Instead of
cutting off ears with his
own sword he was now
piercing hearts with the
Sword of the Spirit! Acts
2:37 says when the peo-
ple heard the Word of
God through Peter,
"...they were cut to the
heart..."
Paul also didn't just
become a passionless ro-
bot when Jesus changed
his life. Galatians 5:5-6
uses words like, "eager-
ly," "hope," and "love."
These are words of emo-
tion and passion. As be-
lievers we're going to of-
ten be even more pas-
sionate because of our
hope in Him and be-
cause we rejoice with
those who rejoice and
mourn with those who
mourn (Romans 12:15)!
How can we step into
this passionate Christian
life? Look at God's ex-
ample. The law that the
Galatians were falling
back into is an attempt to
take away the desires
and passions that make
us human. But God
wants us to be fully hu-
man as He made us. He
loved us and sent his
Son; He's motivated by
living love, not dead
rules! He focused his
passion and love on us,
so now we can focus our
passions, emotions, de-
sires and devotion on
Him!
Pastor John -\~ i ittuil t.,i
Lighthouse Christian
Center
www.lccmayo.com


By Hugh Sherrill
ems-hugh3@comcast.net


"Every Scripture is God-
breathed-given by His inspi- -
ration and profitable for in-
struction, for reproof and
conviction of sin, for correc-
tion of error and discipline
in obedience, and for train-
ing in righteousness (that is,
holy living, in conformity of
God's will in thought, pur-
pose and action), so that the
man of God may be complete
and proficient, well-fitted and
thoroughly equipped for every
good work" (II Timothy 3:16-17
Amplified Bible).
Satan has worked overtime
through out the ages to make
light of and dispel the authority
of God's word, The Bible. He has
convinced many people that it is
man's thought and cannot be true
because man penned it.
The Bible was written over a
period of about 1,500 years, by 40
different authors, and on three
continents. It contains 66 books,
39 in the old Testament, 27 in the
New Testament. They were writ-
ten under greatly varying cir-
cumstances; yet there is unity in
all these books. The Bible is one
book. As Harold Tribble once
said, "You may cut in anywhere,
and you will find the stream of
progressive revelation that it ful-
filled in Christ. That unifies the
Scripture and is evidence that the
Bible is of divine origin. It would
be impossible from this unity to


be obtained
through a
S merely hu-
man con-
S trivance over
such a long
p e r i o d
1 (Note: Harold
STribble at-
tended Co-
lumbia Col-
lege in Lake
City (1915-
1917) where
his father, Henry Wise Tribble
was president. In June of 1925 he
married Nelle Louise Futch of
Lake City.)
He went on to say "By inspira-
tion of the Scriptures we mean
the divine guidance of those who
wrote the record. The infinite
God chose human channels, hu-
man intellect and experience,
through which to pour out His
truth to all men. Wondrous gift
of God to man is His inspired
Word! There is a sense in which
there were many authors, and a
sense in which there was one au-
thor. John, Luke, Matthew, Isa-
iah, and others wrote separate
books, yet the Holy Spirit was the
guiding author of all the 66 books
that go to make up the one Bible.
While we may not know the
process through which the writ-
ers were given inspired guid-
ance, we do know that it was
wrought through their experi-
ence with God. God breathed
into them His Spirit, and they
wrote as He directed. In their ex-


perience the same essential ele-
ments were involved that are
present in every Christian experi-
ence. But God had a special pur-
pose to be accomplished through
them and that called for special
guidance."
Psalm 33:6 "By the word of the
Lord the heavens were made,
and all the host of them by the
breath of His mouth" (NKJ). If
by His word He could speak the
universe into existence, He can
surely protect His Holy word
through out the ages. All transla-
tions should be compared to the
original text. One should never
stray far from the King James
Version.
The Bible says of Jesus "In the
beginning was the Word, and the
Word was with God, and the
Word was God. He was in the
beginning with God. All things
were made through Him and
without Him nothing was made"
(NKJ John 1:1-3).
His Word will be our judge.
Trust Him today!


Clothes closet
Open to the
public
The First Methodist
Church in Jasper's clothes
closet is from 1-5 p.m. Satur-
day, Oct. 26. It is open to
everyone and there is no
charge. The location is 405
Central Ave.


Heart Matters


Now Naomi had a relative on
her husband's side, from the clan
of Elimelech, a man of standing,
whose name was Boaz. And
Ruth the Moabitess said to Nao-
mi "Let me go to the fields and
pick up the leftover grain behind
anyone in whose eyes I find fa-
vor." Naomi said to her, "Go
ahead, my daughter." As it
turned out, she found herself
working in a field belonging to
Boaz, who was from the clan of
Elimelech." (Ruth 2:1-3)
Where do you "find yourself"
today? In thinking about Ruth's
situation in these verses, I com-
piled a list from several people
that I have talked with recently
about where they find them-
selves today:
Looking forward to retirement;
Seeking forgiveness from a loved
one; Struggling with a debilitat-
ing illness; Awaiting the birth of
a child; Grieving over a child
gone astray; Miserable with their
job; Adjusting to college life; An-
ticipating final adoption papers;
Mourning the loss of a loved one;
Counting down to getting a dri-
ver's license... just to name a few!
It seems that we all get so busy
just living that when life affords
us a moment to stop and look
around we can be surprised at
where we find ourselves. In leav-
ing her country, her family, and
all that was familiar to her, I
imagine that Ruth felt like she
had been in a whirlwind, and


now that things have settled
down a bit, she looks around and
finds herself....working in a field
that belonged to her late father-
in-law's relative.
I can't help but wonder if Ruth
asked the obvious question in her
own mind..."What on earth am I
doing here?" It is a question we
have surely all asked ourselves,
when things didn't turned out
like we planned... or maybe they
did, but everything happened so
fast we didn't expect to be there
so soon!
The thrilling part of finding
ourselves is that God knew
where we were all along. The
phrase "as it turned out" is God's
specialty...He is so involved in
how things turn out! As we will
see later on in our story, finding
herself in Boaz's field is going to
be a pivotal point in how Ruth's
life turns out. The Book of Acts
17:26-27 explains it this way:
"From one man He (God) made
every nation of men, that they
should inhabit the whole earth;
and He determined the times set
for them and the exact places
where they should live. God did
this so that men would seek Him
and perhaps reach out for Him
and find Him, though He is not
far from each one of us." In oth-
er words, God dictated exactly
the generation we would be born
and then carefully placed us in
the location and circumstances
where we would have the best


possibility of finding Him. He
sets us up for success!
So again I ask, where do you
find yourself today... in the mid-
dle of something really difficult?
A big change or adjustment? A
time of celebration? Take a mo-
ment and consider that God
knows exactly where you
are.. .and He is at work in you for
how it will all turn out!

Because Every Heart Matters,
Angie
Heart Matters is a weekly col-
umn written by Angie Land, Di-
rector of the Family Life Min-
istries of the Lafayette Baptist As-
sociation, where she teaches
Bible studies, leads marriage and
family conferences and offers
Biblical counseling to individu-
als, couples and families. Con-
tact Angie with questions or
comments at angieland3@wind-
stream.net


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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


ST. THERESE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Three miles north of Jasper U.S. 41
P.O. Box 890, Jasper, FL 32052
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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


Rectory u.. 9u ., Live uak, rL BURNHAM CHRISTIAN CHURCH
(386) 364-1108 4520 NW CR146, Jennings, FL 32053
Saturday MASS 4:00 p.m. 938-1265
784014 Pastor: Johnny Brown
Sunday
Sunday School...........9:45 a.m.
BAPI ST ot h rn Worship........................................11:00 a.m.
Evening Service ............................ 6:00 p.m.
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday
SR 6 West, 6592 NW 48th St., Youth Program...............................5:30 p.m.
Jennings, FL 32053 784013 7
938-5611784003
Pastor: Jeff Cordero
Sunday School...............................10:00a.m. TO list your church on
Morning Worship...........................11:00 a.m .
Evening Worship...... ................. 6:00 p.m. h r ir r
Youth Happening, Mission Friends, our church directory,
R&A & GA ..........................6:00 p.m .
Wednesday please call Treena at
Prayer Meeting, Teen Kids, Youth ........6:00 p.m.
Van pick-up upon request 386-362-1734


FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
405 Central Ave., Jasper, FL
Pastor Dale Ames
Phone- 386-792-1122
Sunday
Sunday School.............................. 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship.........................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday
Family Night Dinner 3rd Wednesday
Clothes Closet 4th Saturday 1-5pm


FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
204 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Jasper 792-2258
Pastor: Shelton Steen
SUNDAY
Sunday School.................. 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service............... 11:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY
Choir Practice...................... 7:00 p.m.
834981

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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.
W orship...................................7:00 p.m .

Wednesday
W orship...................................7:00 p.m .
822913

834071


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THURSDAY, October 24, 2013


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Record turnout for Chamber dinner


Continued From Page 1A

ber annual dinner," said
Chamber President Su-
san Ramsey, who also
serves as director of the
Hamilton County Eco-
nomic Development Au-
thority.
Among the many dis-
tinguished guests in at-
tendance were keynote
speaker Senator William
(Bill) J. Montford III (D-
Tallahassee) and his leg-
islative aides Taylor
Gilbert and Marcia
Mathis; representing
Third Judicial Circuit
State Attorney Jeff Sieg-
meister was his wife
Jamie; Third Judicial Cir-
cuit Judge Andrew J.
Decker III; Third Judicial
Circuit Public Defender
Blair Payne; Hamilton
County Commissioners
Randy Ogburn (Chair),
Beth Burnam and Robert
Brown; Jasper City Man-
ager Charles Williams;
Jasper Mayor Ann Less-
man; Jasper town coun-
cil members LaBarfield
Bryant and Kathy Avri-
ett; Superintendent of
Schools Thomas Moffses;
Supervisor of Elections
Laura Dees, White
Springs Town Council-
man Rhett Bullard;
Hamilton County Veter-
ans Service Officer Sgt.
Major Clay Lambert; and
members of the Hamil-
ton County Economic
Development Authority,
Chairman R.B. Davis,
Vice Chair Mary Lou
Bullard, board members
John Cloyd and Danny
Daniels, and Executive
Director Susan Ramsey.
After the meal was
served, Senator Mont-
ford spoke on a variety
of issues, including edu-
cation, water issues, Citi-
zen's Insurance and
gaming. (See related sto-
ry below.) Then it was
time to announce the
Chamber's choices for in-


dividual and business
partners of the year who
are nominated by the
public and then voted on
by the Chamber board.
Business of the year for
2013 went to Suwannee
Valley Electric Coopera-
tive (SVEC). The award
was accepted by Com-
munity Relations Man-
ager Tom Tuckey.
Over the years, Ram-
sey said, SVEC provided
a generator for the Relay
for Life event, performed
electrical safety presen-
tations for the fire de-
partment, first respon-
ders and Cert team, par-
ticipated in the 2nd An-
nual Emergency Pre-
paredness Expo, present-
ed safety programs to
the students at South
Hamilton, and donated
nine radios to Hamilton
County Emergency
Management for the vol-
unteer fire department.
They also co-sponsored
the Blackberry Mixer,
Chili Cook-off and other
events throughout the
year, Ramsey added.
Tuckey also regularly
attends county commis-
sion and Enterprise Zone
meetings and works
closely with the Econom-
ic Development Authori-
ty on projects, as well as
with North Florida
Workforce Development
Board. He will be retir-
ing in Jan. 2014, and will
be succeeded by Bainard
Ward.
Cathy Jo Foster from
Sunsations, who was the
2012 recipient, had the
honor of presenting the
Individual of the Year
award to Barbara
Williams, whom she said
has been actively in-
volved in community
projects, such as the
Jasper City Park holiday
lighting, the Blackberry
Mixer, Sweets 'N' the
Streets and the Chili
Cook-off.


"We are blessed to
have her in our commu-
nity and I am blessed to
have her sitting next to
me on the board," said
Foster.
Ramsey offered a spe-
cial recognition to a cor-
porate citizen, whom she
said makes Hamilton
County a better place for
everyone.
"Potash Corp White
Springs is the largest in-
dustry in Hamilton
County with over 700
employees, contributing
approximately $8 mil-
lion dollars to local con-
tractors and vendors, in
addition to contributing
$11 million in total tax
revenue to the county,"
said Ramsey.
Potash Corp, Ramsey
said, has donated to
many county projects,
such as $300,000 for the
White Springs Library,
$40,000 for the STEM
program for Hamilton
County Schools, $10,000
to the local FFA Chapter,
$30,000 for Veterans
Memorial Park, $5,000
for the Hamilton County
Sheriff's Explorer Pro-
gram, and more recently
$50,000 to the Jennings
Public Library. They are
also involved with Kiwa-
nis, United Way, the
Hamilton County Edu-
cation Foundation and
Florida Gateway Food
Bank.
"I would like to per-
sonally thank Mike
Williams for his services
to our county and to our
Chamber," said Ramsey.
After receiving his
recognition plaque,
Williams said, "The ma-
jority of the projects we
do in Hamilton County,
we do in partnership
with the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners and
with our local city gov-
ernments. We couldn't
do some of the things we
do without their assis-


tance to bring these
things to our atten-
tion...and sometimes to
bring them to our atten-
tion again," he added,
smiling.
Foster then invited
everyone to their up-
coming events. On Tues-
day, Nov. 26, the city of
Jasper will hold their an-
nual lighting ceremony
at the park.
"Please come, because
we will be doing a dedi-
cation to someone we
lost last year who was
near and dear to us,"
said Foster.
Sweets 'N' the Streets
will open the holiday
season on Wednesday,
Nov. 30.
"Hopefully, all of our
local businesses, vendors
and churches will partic-
ipate," Foster said. "This
is where you can show
your wares and shop lo-
cal. I'm a big believer in
shopping local."
That same evening the
Annual Christmas Pa-
rade will wind things up.
Then, in January, the An-
nual Chili Cook-off will
kick off another exciting
year for the Chamber.


Foster then quoted
Johnny Bullard, saying,
"I love you Hamilton
County."
A somber moment
was reserved after the
dinner for a former
Chamber member, 24-
year-old Tony "L.T." Og-
burn, who lost his life in
a tragic car accident on
Christmas Eve, 2012.
"He was a board mem-
ber, a vice-president, and
above all, our friend,"
said Ramsey. "L.T. loved
his community, his
friends and his job, but
above all, he loved the
Lord. He loved to laugh,
and if you spent time
with him you would
laugh, too. It was impos-
sible not to smile when
you were with him. He
was a great role model
for our youth and every-
thing he did, he did with
passion. He was a huge
part of our county and
our Chamber and we
continue to feel his loss."
Out of the goodness of
his heart, Ramsey said,
L.T. donated the materi-
als to build the Nativity
scene in the park last
year. To honor his contri-


butions, the Chamber
will be placing a marker
in front of the Nativity
scene in the park this
year. L.T.'s grandparents
Randy and Martha Og-
burn were asked to come
up to the podium to ac-
cept a plaque in his re-
membrance.
The Hamilton County
High School Culinary
Arts Department is to be
commended for a fantas-
tic job serving a delicious
meal to all the guests
consisting of tender beef,
mashed potatoes, green
beans, rolls, two deli-
cious desserts and good
old fashioned sweet tea
that was prepared by
Gretchen Rogers from
Sugar Dumplins' Cater-
ing. The students serving
at the event were Iridian
Gonzalez, Karina
Ramos, Jesenia Lugo and
Adelina Ponce, Lance
Griner, Ismelda Alvarez,
Charlisha Johnson,
T'Keya Curry and
Tiffany Walton.
The evening ended
with the raffle drawings
and silent auction win-
ners.


Sen. Montford with his legislative aides Taylor Gilbert and Marcia Mathis, along with County Com-
missioner Randy Ogburn and his wife Martha.


Needed.


Wanted.


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THURSDAY, October 24, 2013 THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL PAGE 7A


Sen. Montford to


hold office hours


in Jasper


Continued From Page 1A

Suite 4, in Jasper from 9
a.m. until 12 noon.
Tentative dates for fu-
ture mobile office hours
in Hamilton County are
Tuesday, Nov. 19, from
2-5 p.m. and Tuesday,


Dec. 17, from 9 a.m. to 12
noon.
Senator Montford's
staff looks forward to
seeing and hearing from
you.
For more information,
call the Capital District
Office at (850) 487-5003.


hometown
Continued From Page 1A

cafe and a commercial
bakery, to include a
Starbucks and baked
goods prepared by lo-
cals.


This non-profit project
is still in the planning
stages and is expected to
create some jobs for
folks in Hamilton Coun-
ty.


Marine says Hamilton

County unique in its support


Recent VFW shipments
of care packages to an
Army unit and a Marine
unit in Afghanistan re-
sulted in several notes of
thanks.
A U.S. Army Staff
Sergeant based out of
Forward Operating Base
Airborne expressed
thanks to Evelyn
Williams for the
"thoughtful and well-
crafted" care package
that he received. He
wrote that he and his sol-
diers "greatly enjoy all
signs of encouragement,
especially in the care
package form."
He continued, "We are
currently serving as an
advisory team to a unit in
the Afghan National
Army and at times it can
be challenging and
stressful. The snacks and
other comforts that you
have sent us from home
make our time away
from our homes and fam-
ilies immeasurably easi-
er. Your support is great-
ly appreciated, and I am
grateful that you and
others are so thoughtful.
While we are here think-
ing of home, it is encour-
aging to know that there
are many more people at
home thinking of us."
Lanie Crosby was de-
lighted to hear from one
of the two female
Marines to whom care
packages with a number
of pink items were hand-
delivered. It reads:
"My Generous Hamil-
ton Friends, I just re-
ceived your wonderful
package. It was a wel-
comed surprise and
made my day! I think the
nail polish was my fa-
vorite part. I colored my
toes the night I received
the package. It lifted my
spirits and made me feel
better (and more female)
than I had in days!!"
She added, "The other
female Marine also re-
ceived a package and
was just as excited as I
was. We were giddy and
showing off what we had
received and smelling all
the wonderful girly
smells that came from the
package. The words that
sum up receiving the
package are, "Just being
girls." We both had huge
smiles on our faces."
"Thank you for the
package and your kind
words and prayers. I love
being able to do this for
my country and helping
make the world a safer
place. I have a 21 month
old daughter and am
here for her! I hope she
does not have to come
over here or worry about
war/conflict when she
gets older. Please let all


those men and women
who helped put this
package together know
that it made a Marine
very grateful for having
kind, generous people in
the country who donate
time, money, and materi-
als to someone they do
not even know. Thank
you!" she added.
Hazel Royals received
a note from Sgt. Major
Jay Rudd of the 2nd Bat-
talion, 8th Marines Regi-
mental combat Team 7 to
whom all the care pack-
ages to the Marines were
sent. He hand-delivered
them himself to each Ma-
rine.
He wrote, "Thank you,
your family and all of the
great supporters in your
community. Wow-I
was very moved by all
the support and caring
hearts. I have deployed
over eight times and I
have never seen this type
of support for our
boys .... I got to witness a
lot of Marines opening
their package, and I think
the small letters and
notes moved them as
much as the gifts inside. I
know that alone took a
lot of time and was a per-
sonal touch for each box.
Thank you from the bot-
tom of my heart. Semper
Fidelis."
Sgt. Major Rudd also e-
mailed Cecil Davis. "This
has been a good deploy-
ment. Not very many in-
fantry units can say they
sustained no deaths over
here, but we did. We also
completed our task here
with minimum injuries
and ensured greater se-
curity for this region. I
am confident that the ac-
tions and sacrifices made
are not going to be in
vain. Without the sup-
port from families and
communities back home
like yourselves this
would not have been
possible. You all remind-
ed us that we do this job
for something bigger!
Thank you for your con-
tinuous support, kind
words and friendship."
The notes summarized
what the Army Staff
Sergeant wrote: "While
we are here thinking of
home, it is encouraging
to know that there are
many more people at
home thinking of us."
The next date for pack-
ing care packages is No-
vember 14.
"Donations will be
gratefully received," said
VFW Post Commander
Lamar Royals.
Lists of what the de-
ployed troops
need/want can be ob-
tained from the Jasper li-
brary.


Sen. Montford speaks at chamber dinner


Jasper native Art Smith

has big plans for his


Brotherhood
Meeting
will be held at the
Jasper First United
Methodist Church on
Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7
p.m. All men in the
county are cordially
invited to attend.
Please bring a covered
dish and join us.


Continued From Page 1A

Madison, Taylor and
Wakulla counties.
Hamilton County was
added to his district after
last year's re-districting
process was completed.
"I love Hamilton
County," Montford told
the crowd. "I haven't
spent a lot of time here,
but I'm from
Blountstown and that
should tell you we gotta
be kin somewhere," he
added, which drew
laughter from all in at-
tendance.
Montford has an ex-
tensive background in
education, which he said
he was very proud of,
and so he started off
with several humorous
and hilarious anecdotes
about his life as an edu-
cator. He prefaced by
saying he was one of
those politicians whose
true stories were actual-
ly true.
"The best job I've ever
had, other than being a
granddaddy, was being
a high school principal,"
said Montford. "It will
kill you, but there's not a
better job," he added.
Another story he told
was about a lie detector
rug that he had in his of-
fice when dealing with
unruly students, which
had everyone in stitches.
"I tried that in the Sen-
ate, but it doesn't work,"
he said, laughing.
"They've got my num-
ber."
Education
Montford spoke at
length on issues regard-
ing Common Core,
which he said, has been
in place for two years al-
ready. He also said there
have been 34 changes to
the school grading for-
mula in the last two
years, which he said has
confused everyone, in-
cluding himself.
As for education cur-
riculum, the lack of
physical education grad-
uation requirements
over the years, he said,
has been a contributing
factor to the unhealthi-
ness of many of today's
youth with so many of
them being overweight
and out of shape. Anoth-
er issue he addressed
was that not all students
are cut out for college
and there needs to be
more vocational training
for those students.
"Some of the smartest,
brightest, most success-
ful students I've ever
had never went to col-
lege," he said. "I have
three of my former stu-
dents in Tallahassee
who own their own
plumbing company.
Now, you tell me who
makes some
money...and they won't
give me a break," he
added, laughing.
A student today who
graduates from high
school according to
Common Core stan-
dards, he said, can go to
work, go to college or
both.
A misconception
about Partnership for
Assessment of Readi-
ness for College and Ca-
reers (PARCC), he said,
is that Florida did not

The Hamilton
Countywide


withdraw from it, but
just withdrew as fiscal
agent for the program.
The program, he said,
has some problems and
the state has been dili-
gently working to get
them ironed out. He also
said he doesn't believe
the federal government
should be telling indi-
vidual states and coun-
ties how to educate stu-
dents.
Water issues
A progressive and
comprehensive plan
needs to be put in place
to address water issues
in the state of Florida,
Montford said. One
problem, he explained,
is the salinity of the wa-
ter in Apalachicola River
where sharks have been
spotted and clams are
being endangered,
which has been caused
by a lack of water com-
ing down into the
Apalachicola River basin
from Georgia.
"We've been in legal
action with the state of
Georgia for 25 years,"
said Montford. "The
governor is trying a new
approach. He's going
straight to the supreme
court now."
The problem is that it
could take four or five
years to resolve, he said.
"I promise you, if we
don't get some relief, the
bay in Apalachicola will
die," said Montford.
Another water issue is
the Indian River Lagoon,
which, when the water
rises in Lake Okee-
chobee, it overflows and
travels through canals
going east and west
across the state. The wa-
ter, he said, is exception-
ally polluted from all the
water that has filtered
south from Orlando.
"It's killing the sea
grass, it's killing the fish
and other animals," he
said. "We're moving


rapidly to try and ad-
dress that issue by re-
pairing the dike on the
south side of Lake Okee-
chobee, and by doing
something short term to
try and clean the water
that's coming down
from Orlando. It's going
to be a long process, but
there's hope there. We
don't have a lot of hope
in the Apalachicola Riv-
er Basin."
For North Florida,
Montford said progress
is being made between
the St. John's and
Suwannee River Man-
agement Districts to
tackle regional water is-
sues.
"We're doing a better
job, but we've got to
have a statewide com-
prehensive approach to
water issues," said
Montford. "I can
promise you that if Cen-
tral and South Florida
continue to grow at the
rate they're going, soon-
er or later they're going
to look at North Florida
for water."
Citizen's Insurance
Montford explained
how Citizen's Insurance
came about and how it
has gotten out of control
as to surcharges being
imposed. It was set up
by the state to help
mainly coastal home-
owners who couldn't get
insurance from other
carriers. It was designed
to handle only about
300,000-400,000 policies.
There are about 1.2 mil-
lion clients who have
this insurance today.
"About 300,000 of
those policy holders
don't even live in Flori-
da," he said. "Of that
300,000, 30,000 of them
live in a foreign coun-
try."
Only two percent of
his constituents, Mont-
ford said, have Citizen's
Insurance. There is a sur-


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izen's Insurance, he ex-
plained. He said Citi-
zen's is a good thing for
people who need it, but
North Florida residents
shouldn't be paying the
same surcharge amount
as those farther south in
the state.
"We're looking at try-
ing to do something to
make it fair," he said.
Gaming
A select Senate com-
mittee has been holding
public hearings on gam-
ing throughout the state,
Montford said. The issue
is that Destination Casi-
nos was introduced by
foreign investors who
were primarily looking
at South and Central
Florida to build casinos
that would draw people
from all over the world.
"We knew how seri-
ous it was when Las Ve-
gas started hiring up all
the lobbyists in Tallahas-
see to fight it, because
the goal was to take
business away from Las
Vegas," said Montford.
Another issue is that
Florida has a Seminole
Indian compact that
takes in $250 million
each year.
"They have exclusive
rights over the counties
and they own all the
Hard Rock Hotels, so it's
a real big money issue,"
he said.
Right now the Senate
committee is in an infor-
mation gathering
process. Interests in Cen-
tral Florida, Montford
said, are concerned these
Destination Casinos will
take away business and
change Florida from
family-oriented vacation
destinations, such as
Disney and Busch Gar-
dens, to something less
desirable.


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wwnms B hParade predicted


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By Joyce Marie Taylor
joycemarie.taylor@gaflnews.com


The streets of downtown Jasper
were filled with folks from one end to
the other as they watched the 2013
Hamilton County High School Home-
coming Parade on Friday, Oct. 18. Just
as some of the amazing floats and


signs predicted, the mighty HCHS
Trojans defeated the Branford Bucca-
neers in an exciting game of football
Friday night with a final impressive
score of Trojans 47-Bucs 20.
There are more photos online and
photos are available for purchase. Go
to nflaonline.com and click the photo
gallery link on the left navigation bar.


Let the parade begin! -Photos: Joyce Marie Taylor


The Jennings Fire Department.


The Trojans went for the gold!


Une ot many parade floats.


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THURSDAY, October 24, 2013















25 years of quilts celebrated at the park


Continued From Page 1A

Quilts of all shapes,
sizes and themes were
displayed throughout the
park in the museum, the
auditorium and the Caril-
lon bell tower. Nelly Bly's
was filled with shoppers
and browsers admiring
the many artistic displays


of crafts and antique
sewing machines and
Cousin Thelma Boltin's
Craft Square was alive
with artists and crafters.
Out on the auditorium
lawn was the famous
Quilt Trolley which ar-
rives every year for the
show, run by Dave and
Linda Strom from Lutz,


Fla. Inside the trolley is
everything you ever
needed or thought you
needed to make a quilt.
One exciting addition to
the trolley this year is a
doll of a woman named
Holly. She's actually a
mannequin who sits be-
hind the wheel of the
trolley and looks as if she


is sewing a quilt.
"I actually was going to
make a doll, but it just
never got made," said
Dave Strom. "This last
summer, we happened to
find Holly for sale. This is
her first show."
Plaster mannequins,
Strom said, usually go for
about $300, but he got


Holly for the bargain
price of $100.
"She's plastic and she's
real light," he said. "Then
we had to find her a wig
and clothing," he added
with a smile.
The Stephen Foster
Quilt Show and Sale is a
partnership between
Lady of the Lake Quilters


Guild, Florida State Parks
and Stephen Foster Citi-
zens Support Organiza-
tion.
There are more many
photos online and photos
are available for pur-
chase. Go to
nflaonline.com and click
the photo gallery link on
the left navigation bar.


One of the larger quilts on display caught everyone's eye. -Photos: Joyce Marie Taylor


Wake up kitty! Men and women alike enjoyed the show.


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sented an interesting
and informative pro-
gram on historic ceme-
teries at the White
Springs Public Library
on Monday, Oct. 7. The
program included a field
trip to Swift Creek
Cemetery off US 41 in
White Springs.
The FPAN has eight
regional offices around
the state and Hines
works out of the Talla-
hassee office. She said
many people ask her
how the study of ceme-
teries ties in with her
work as an archaeolo-
gist. Archaeology, she
explained, is the branch
of anthropology that
gathers data from arti-
facts and the physical re-
mains of past human ac-
tivities to better under-
stand human life. Burial
of human remains, she
added, has been docu-
mented in Florida for
over 8,000 years.
"Well, people don't re-
ally make the connec-
tion," she said. "Ceme-
teries are below ground
and archaeologists study
things below ground.
Archaeology is the study
of our past and what
better place to learn
about our past than from
a cemetery?"
The word cemetery,
Hines said, is derived
from a Greek word
meaning "a place to
sleep".
Burial sites, she ex-
plained, come in all dif-
ferent shapes and sizes
from mounds to individ-
ual interments, family
burial plots, church
yards, town or city
cemeteries, formal ceme-
teries, Native American
burial grounds and co-
mingled remains or iso-


program

lated finds.
There is also a differ-
ence between a cemetery
and a graveyard. Grave-
yards are usually associ-
ated to a place of wor-
ship, whereas, a ceme-
tery usually isn't, Hines
said. Cemeteries also
used to be located out-
side city boundaries, but
due to urban growth
that has changed.
By studying burial
sites, Hines said, one can
discover past cultures
and practices, as well as
pathology and epidemi-
ology. Other informa-
tions such as social, eco-
nomic, ethnic, cultural
diversity, religious be-
liefs, genealogy, settle-
ment patterns, demo-
graphics and folk art can
also be discovered.
"Here in Florida, we
have so many different
varieties of cemeteries;
Southeastern Indians,
Africans, Bahamians,
Minorcans that you find
mostly on the eastern
coast, Cuban, Greek...we
have so many different
types of people here in
Florida," said Hines.
"Burial practices tend to
remain the same for the
longest amount of time.
Culture can change,
food changes, technolo-
gy changes, but we're
less likely to want to
change our burial prac-
tices. So, a lot of times,
the best way to study a
culture is through their
burial practices."
Some common sym-
bols one might find on a
child's headstone are
lambs, flower buds and
daisies. Flowers, such as
ivy, roses, lilies and
olive branches each have
significant meanings
like love, friendship,
peace and purity. Ani-
mal symbols could be a


n highlights historic cemeteries


dove for peace, a snake
for eternity or an eagle
for rebirth. Still other
headstones and monu-
ments may have an-
chors, harps, inverted
torches or broken
columns that signify a
life cut short.
Common threats to
historic cemeteries run
the gamut from natural
weathering, vandalism,
neglect or abandonment,
agricultural practices,
encroachment from de-
velopment, industrial
pollution, looting and
improper cleaning and
maintenance, Hines ex-
plained.
The presentation end-
ed with a tour of the his-
toric Swift Creek Ceme-
tery, just a short distance
from the library on US
41. Local historian John-
ny Bullard, who has rel-
atives buried at Swift
Creek, offered guests a
lot of interesting infor-
mation on many of the
folks buried there.
Many of the head-
stones had birth dates of
the deceased dating
back to thel800s with fa-
miliar surnames like
McAlpin, Smith,
Mizelle, Jenkins,
Broward, Morris, Hes-
ter, Hunter, Hillhouse
and Deese, among oth-
ers. Right alongside
them are newer grave-
stones and memorials
from more recent buri-
als.
Just across the street
from the cemetery is the
historic Swift Creek
Methodist Church that
was built in the 1820s
and it is opened up once
a year for a homecom-
ing, according to
Bullard.
Protection of historic
graves can be accom-
plished by recording de-


tailed headstone infor-
mation, taking pho-
tographs listing them
on the Florida Master
Site File and sharing in-
formation with muse-
ums and genealogical
societies. Some things
not to do are grave rub-
bings, cleaning with
bleach, removing pieces
of glass or pottery, dam-
aging the gravesite with
fertilizer or herbicide
and mowing too close to
a headstone whereby


you might scrape or nick
the cement.
The state of Florida
has statutes on the books
to protect cemeteries, as
all human remains are
protected, regardless of
who owns the land. It is
also illegal to disturb
graves, grave markers
and memorials, and it is
illegal to buy or sell hu-
man remains.
Relatives and descen-
dants have a right of rea-
sonable access to graves


that are located on pri-
vate property, as well.
The state, however, has
no authority or responsi-
bility to maintain his-
toric cemeteries.
There are more photos
online and photos are
available for purchase.
Go to suwanneedemoc-
rat.com (or
nflaonline.com) and
click the photo gallery
link on the left naviga-
tion bar.


Barbara Hines explains the material used in this memorial gravestone.


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THURSDAY, October 24, 2013


Jasper Legals

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

FILE NO. 2013-000028-CP

IN RE: ESTATE OF

MARY LOUISE STRICKLAND HAILEY,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of MARY
LOUISE STRICKLAND HAILEY, de-
ceased, whose date of death was May
21, 2007, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Hamilton County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 207 N.E.
1st Street, Room 106, Jasper, Florida
32052 The name and address of the per-
sonal representatives and the personal
representatives' attorney are set forth be-
low

All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM

All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED

The date of first publication of this notice
is October 17, 2013

Attorney for Personal Representatives

RICHARD L. COLEMAN
Attorney for Petitioner
Coleman Talley, LLP
910 North Patterson Street
Valdosta, Georgia 31601
(229) 242-7562
(229) 333-0885 facsimile
Florida Bar No 0781568

Co-Personal Representatives

JULIAN STRICKLAND HAILEY
6760 Chesapeake Point
Atlanta, GA 30328

RANKIN CABELL HAILEY
235 High Point Walk
Atlanta, GA 30342
10/17,24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

CASE NO.: 2013-33-CP

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
ROSALIND K. SHERROD a/kIa
ROSALIND SARA SHERROD alkla
ROSLYN KARLIN SHERROD alkla
ROSALIND TRUAX,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:

Within three months from the time of the
first publication of this notice, you are re-
quired to file with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hamilton County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is 207
NE 1st Street, Jasper, Florida 32052 a
written and verified statement of any
claim or demand you may have against
the estate of ROSALIND K. SHERROD
alkia ROSALIND SARA SHERROD alkia
ROSLYN KARLIN SHERROD alkla
ROSALIND TRUAX, deceased

Each claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If the
claim is not yet due, the date when it will
become due shall be stated If the claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be stated If the
claim is secured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant shall deliver a copy
of the claim to the clerk who shall furnish
a copy to the personal representative

ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

Dated this 7th day of October, 2013

Is! Donald K Rudser
Donald K Rudser
Florida Bar No 120735
PO Box 948
Jasper, Florida 32052
(386) 792-1933
rudserd(awindstream net
Attorney for the Personal Representative

/s/ Shonda Boatnght
SHONDA BOATRIGHT
10/17, 24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

FILE NO. 2013-CP-31

IN RE: ESTATE OF

JULIA M. SMITH,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of JULIA
A. SMITH, deceased, whose date of
death was July 3, 2013, File Number
2013-CP-31, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Hamilton County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is 207


NE 1st Street, Room 106, Jasper, Florida
32052 The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth be-
low

All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served, must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM

All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-


Jasper Legals

LOCATION OF THIS NOTICE

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
OD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED

The date of first publication of this notice
is October 24, 2013

Signed on September 12, 2013

/s/ Rose Marie K Preddv
Rose Marie K. Preddy
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No 0105872
Law Office of Rose Marie K Preddy
12627 San Jose Boulevard, Suite 102
Jacksonville, Florida 32223
Telephone (904) 665-0005
rpreddy@preddylaw com

/s/ Rocky Joe Smith
ROCKY JOE SMITH
Personal Representative
1030 New Point Peter Road
St Marys, Georgia 31558
10/17,24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

FILE NO. 2013-CP-32

IN RE: ESTATE OF

TROY RAY SMITH,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of TROY
RAY SMITH, deceased, whose date of
death was August 21, 2013, File Number
2013-CP-32, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Hamilton County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is 207
NE 1st Street, Room 106, Jasper, Florida
32052 The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth be-
low

All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served, must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM

All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
OD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED

The date of first publication of this notice
is October 24, 2013

Signed on September 12, 2013

/s/Rose Marie K Preddy
Rose Marie K. Preddy
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No 0105872
Law Office of Rose Marie K Preddy
12627 San Jose Boulevard, Suite 102
Jacksonville, Florida 32223
Telephone (904) 665-0005
rpreddy@preddylaw com

/s/ Rocky Joe Smith
ROCKY JOE SMITH
Personal Representative
1030 New Point Peter Road
St Marys, Georgia 31558
10/17,24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
1165 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 8447-000
Section 7 Township 2S Range 16E
Corn at SW Corner of Arrington lot
& bounded N by Ida Kendrick S by
Springs St W by Lee St or Lot 1
BIk 53 Langs Town of
White Springs ORB 683-51

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Verona V LLC

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knstv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida


10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
1171 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 8489-000
Section 6 Township 2S Range 16E
75 ft x 100 ft in S12 of BIk 3 Goodbread
Survey Town of White Springs
ORB 153-136


Jasper Legals

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Daisy Mae Rivers

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Kristv Moraan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
1180 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 8504-000
Section 6 Township 2S Range 16E
Lots 1,2, & 3 & 4 BIk 8 Mobleys
Add Goodbread Survey Town of
White Springs DB 31-313

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Mattie Lou Rouse Heirs

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Kristv Moraan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
1181 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 8505-000
Section 6 Township 2S Range 16E
Lots 1 & 2 BIk 9 Mobleys Add
& Goodbread Survey Town of
White Springs DB 31-313

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Mattie Lou Rouse Heirs

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
212 Issued May 28,2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 2733-022
Section 15 Township 1S Range 14E
2.02 acres known as Tract #1 in the
SW14 of SE14 desc in ORB 382-206
ORB 382-206

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Samuel Gibbons

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall


be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Kristv Moraan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17 24 31 11/07


Jasper Legals

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TC
10U, LLC the holder of the following certi-
ficate(s) has filed said certificates) for a
tax deed to be issued thereon The certi-
ficate numbers) and years) of issuance,
the description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are as
follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
371 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 3405-000
Section 36 Township 2N Range 13E
2316 Rectangular Piece of Land
250 x 350ft and fronting 250 ft on
US 129 being partly in the NEI4 of
NWI4 and partly

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Robert Lane Fennell

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Moraan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
484 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 3724-440
Section 21 Township 2N Range 12E
Lot 44 Oak Wood Estates (an
unrecorded subd) ORB 366-77
ORB 594-438 ORB 609-1 ORB 613-376

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Mona Momplaisir&
Marie Thomas

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
531 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 3770-750
Section 27 Township 2N Range 12E
Lot 36 Timberlake Landing
ORB 455-317

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Jerry P. Muncey

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knstv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows


CERTIFICATE NO.:
559 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 3814-560
Section 27 & 34 Township 2N
Range 12E Lot 27 Lake Forest
Landing ORB 359-340
ORB 672-237

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Johnda E. Ulm

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton


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County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
765 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 4837-202
Section 15 Township 2N Range 11 E
Lot 3 Oakbrook at Oak Woodlands
ORB 442-8

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Fredonia Collins

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TC 10L,
LLC the holder of the following
certificates) has filed said certificates)
for a tax deed to be issued thereon The
certificate numbers) and years) of issu-
ance, the description of the property, and
the names in which it was assessed are
as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
790 Issued May 28,2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 4837-376
Section 15 Township 2N Range 11 E
3631 H37 Lot 3 Oak Creek at
Oak Woodlands ORB 557-482

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Kathleen Wetzel

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Moraan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
836 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 4904-179
Section 22 Township 2N Range 11E
Lot 50 Lake Country Highlands
at Oak Woodlands ORB 479-9
ORB 593-424

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Corky H. Simmons and
Collette P. Simmons as Trustees

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit


/s/ Knristv Moraan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
878 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 4936-066


Jasper Legals

Section 27 Township 2N Range 11E
Lot 27 Oak Hill Plantation II
ORB 464-155 ORB 717-20

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
US Bank NA as Trustee for
Manufactured Housing Contract

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
879 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 4936-067
Section 27 Township 2N Range 11E
Lot 28 Oak Hill Plantation II
ORB 464-155 ORB 717-20

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
US Bank NA as Trustee for
Manufactured Housing Contract

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
883 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 4936-079
Section 27 Township 2N Range 11E
Lot 40 Oak Hill Plantation II
ORB 526-411

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Jacob Saldana, Jr.

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida

Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knstv Moraan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that US
Bank as C/F FL Dundee Lien Inv, LLC
the holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for a tax deed
to be issued thereon The certificate num-
ber(s) and years) of issuance, the de-
scription of the property, and the names
in which it was assessed are as follows

CERTIFICATE NO.:
962 Issued May 28, 2010

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel No. 6237-020
Section 6 Township 1N Range 14E
That part of BLKS 58 & 59 desc
in ORB 154-278 ORB 569-166
ORB 594-284 ORB 714-404
Caldwell Survey Town of Jasper

NAME(S) IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Nardini Delia

All of said property being in the County of
Hamilton, State of Florida


Unless such certificate or certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, the prop-
erty described in such certificate or certi-
ficates will be sold to the highest bidder at
the South Front Door of the Hamilton
County Courthouse, 207 Northeast First
Street, Jasper, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pursuant to Chapter 197 542(2), Florida
Statutes, the highest bidder is required to
post a non-refundable cash deposit of
$200 with the Clerk of Court at the time of
the sale, to be applied to the sale price at
the time of full payment The Clerk may
require bidders to show their willingness
and ability to post the cost deposit

/s/ Knristv Morgan
Greg Godwin
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hamilton County, Florida
10/17, 24, 31, 11/07


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SAround the Annual Halloween Party Oct. 26 with
Big Engine at The SOS Music Park


"Trick or Treat! Trick
or Treat!
Give me something
good to eat!"
Halloween. Some con-
troversy surrounding it,
but it elicited many
memories for a number
of my readers. I asked
this past week for folks
to share some of their fa-
vorite memories of Hal-
loween, Trick or Treat-
ing, Fall Festivals.
Here are some of the
responses:
"I remember, with
fondness, the carnivals
held at the school. We
had such a good time. It
seemed everyone in the
community went. A
chicken pilau supper
was served in the cafete-
ria. There was a Hal-
loween prince and
princess contest. The
prince and princess from
each homeroom "raised"
money, a penny a vote.
Those who raised the
most money were
crowned the King and
Queen of Halloween.
The school district "ran"
the school bus out into
the country to pick up
students and parents
who didn't have trans-
portation to attend.
Great memories."
"I remember the cos-
tume contest at our Hal-
loween Carnival. Prizes
were given for the 'pret-
tiest', the 'ugliest', the
'most original', and the
'most like Halloween'.
My brother dressed up
like the Incredible Hulk.
My mother made the
costume and painted
him green. He won a
prize that year at the
Halloween costume con-
test."
"I remember loving
the candy apples made
by one of our teachers.
Oh, we looked forward
to them. She made the
apples in the school cafe-
teria and sold them at


our Halloween carnival.
What a treat!"
"I remember being a
gypsy fortune teller at
our school Halloween
carnival. There was a
gentleman in our com-
munity, a retired educa-
tor, who came to
my booth. I told him he
would live to be 65.
Guess how old he was?
He laughed so hard. He
told my Daddy and
Mama, and they all got a
big laugh."
"I remember Trick or
Treating. Some folks
went all out for the chil-
dren. I remember one
couple always had a
beautifully decorated
table with all kinds of
Halloween treats. How
well I remember that. It
was the late Mr. and
Mrs. W.B. Feagle who
lived on Wesson Street.
They went all out of the
children who were Trick
or Treating."
"I remember riding
my horse to our school
Halloween carnival. I
rode her to the carnival
and had a big time.
Great memories."
"I remember a lady in
our community who
was an expert seam-
stress. Her children al-
ways won most of the
prizes at our school's
Halloween costume con-
test. One year, though, I
went into my Grandmas'
old trunk and found an
old dress, pocketbook,
hat, put it all together
along with some old
baggy stockings and
painted my lips bright
red, wore a pair of old
gloves that had holes in
them and I won the prize
for 'Most Original'. I was
so glad, so pleased. I will
never forget it."
"I remember the penny
candy that was pur-
chased by a lot of folks to
give out on Halloween.
'Mary Jane's' 'Tootsie


Rolls', pieces of bubble
gum, 'Coconut Long
Boys'. I also remember
going to the store with a
quarter or, once in a
while, fifty cents. Some-
times I would sell drink
bottles for the deposit,
and the owner would
give a sack full of penny
candy for payment.
Good memories."
"I recall a good friend
of mine who lived on a
big farm outside of
town. His parents al-
ways had a hay ride and
a bonfire and his mother
made homemade chili,
homemade fudge and
popcorn balls. We
would go on the hay ride
and come back and en-
joy hot chocolate."
I always appreciate the
memories shared by my
readers. I hope everyone
has a wonderful fall sea-
son and when those little
monsters, princesses,
and ghosts come Trick or
Treating to your house
on the evening of Oct.
31, remember, memories
are in the making.
From the Eight Mile
Still on the Woodpecker
Route north of White
Springs.. Wishing you
all a day filled with joy,
peace, and, above all,
lots of love and laughter.


Halloween and Big Engine fans, get (Rich) Bowman lead vocals, guitar;
your motors tuned up and ready for Bim Bowman drums, back-up vocals;
the big Annual Halloween Party at The Kirby Stanley guitar, back-up vocals
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Ryan Walker bassist, back-up vo-
(SOSMP) Oct. 26 with Big Engine Band. cals. The band's influences range from
Doors to the Music Hall open Satur- Rush and Dream Theater to Stray Cats,
day night, Oct. 26, at 5 p.m. for dinner Guns and Roses, Pantera and every-
with music beginning at 8 p.m. Adult thing in between. The band was estab-
costume contest with more than $250 in lished in 2009 by brothers Bim and Rich
prizes starting at 11 p.m. Get your cos- Bowman as a small band having fun in
tume planned and come on out and a practice room. It became serious in
have some fun with us. 2010 when they opened for the
Big Engine Band will be in the house SOSMP's "Rock-N-Wheels" event. The
to rock the rafters with its big sound of band later released its first demo con-
rock, heavy metal, pop rock and classic training the songs "Giddy Up," "Never-
rock. People just can't get enough of ago," "Enforcer" and "Face Like That."
Big Engine's nitrous fueled shows and In April 2011 the band placed in the top
high energy music that brings down 10 of 35 bands in the Southeast region
the house night after night. These road to perform at "Welcome to Rockville
warriors travel the country, bringing 2011," where they won an opening spot
the party with crowd favorites: "That on stage to open for bands such as
Girl's a Freak," "Turn It On," "Shake Godsmack, Seether, Puddle of Mudd
That Thing," "Party Like A Rock Star" and Hailstorm. In 2012 the band
and "Sister Mary." Big Engine has opened for Welcome to Rockville 2012.
shared the stage with Buckcherry, Mo- Look for this to be a great night of
torhead, Bret Michaels, Vince Neil, heavy metal and rock. Oh, and did we
Charlie Daniels, .38 Special, Ted Nu- mention to bring those dancing shoes
gent, Shooter Jennings and countless both nights? It's an absolute must.
other national acts to amass an army of Free admission both nights. As al-
gear heads, bikers and race fans from ways, the SOS Cafe and Restaurant will
the Daytona and Sturgis bike rallies, as have available delicious food at regular
well as NASCAR races. Big Engine's prices, friendly service and a full-ser-
three albums: 2007's Rock 'n Roll Ma- vice bar.
chine, 2009's That Girl and 2012's Turn For reservations for RVs, campers, to
It On are available on iTunes and Ama- rent beautiful cabins or primitive
zon MP3 and at select retailers, camping spaces or for more info on the
You might want to get the weekend SOSMP, please go to www.musi-
started early Friday, Oct. 25, with local cliveshere.com, email spirit@musi-
band EFen which has made its mark on cliveshere.com or call the Spirit of the
the music world in the last few years. Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) at 386-
Doors open Friday night at 6 p.m. with 364-1683.
music beginning at 8 p.m. This North The Spirit of the Suwannee Music
Florida band is filled with Live Oak Park is located at 3076 95th Drive, Live
and Lake City musicians. EFen is a rock Oak.
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PAGE 14A THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL THURSDAY, October 24, 2013


63rd wedding anniversary celebrated

Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Tennis, White Springs


Ruth and Richard Ten-
nis were surprised at
their home in White
Springs by family and
friends on Sunday, Oct.
20, with a party celebrat-
ing their 63rd wedding
anniversary. Hosting the
party were daughter
Vicky Orona of Crystal
River, granddaughter
Tifani Hood, her hus-
band J.P. Hood, and
grandson Elijah Hood of
High Springs.
Local celebrity Chef
Teddy Bear prepared a
feast of grilled chicken,
pork, purple cabbage
stuffed with bacon and
sausage, corn on the cob
and potatoes. Favorite
side dishes included
potato, broccoli, tomato
and cucumber salads,
baked beans, deviled
eggs and shrimp.
Guests included
friends who have known
Ruth and Richard
throughout their mar-
riage. Mick McMeehen
of Belleview Fla. worked
with Richard at Martin
Marietta when both
were assigned to Cape
Canaveral, where
both began their ca-
reers on NASA's Gemini
Program. Members of
the NASA team still
meet for lunches once a
month.
Jim and Jan Palm, who
helped build the Tennis
"log cabin" over 20 years
ago, joined in the fun
to wish their
friends many happy
years ahead.
White Springs Mayor
Helen Miller and hus-
band Ed Miller, Vice
Mayor Walter McKenzie
and wife Merri McKen-
zie attended to express
their congratulations, as
well as their apprecia-
tion to Ruth and
Richard. Richard is a vi-


tal volunteer of the
HOPE fuel bank. The
mechanical skills he
practiced to perfection
for NASA are put into
practice keeping the
chainsaws and wood
splitters well-serviced
and maintained during
the fall and winter
months for the fuel bank
volunteers. This is no
small feat. During the
2012-13 winter season,
the HOPE fuel bank vol-
unteers cut, split and de-
livered over 150,000 tons
of hard woods for home
heating in White
Springs.
Representing Hamil-
ton County officials at
the party was Tax Col-
lector Mary Sue
Adams. For many years
Richard has been
preparing his own spe-
cial salsa recipe for the
White Springs Huck-
aBuck, a tradition of the
county officials. The sal-
sa has been known to
vary somewhat, from
simply hot to volcanic,
and always an exciting
and enjoyable experi-
ence.
Carol Stob, president
of Stephen Foster State
Park CSO, came to ex-
tend congratulations on
behalf of the member-
ship, who have en-
joyed Ruth's delicious
cakes and salads at the
Coffee House and many
other park events over
the years.
In spite of health is-
sues, Ruth continues to
be a dependable volun-
teer who can be counted
on to bake when called
upon for special occa-
sions. When Richard
was focused on his work
for NASA, Ruth was op-
erating her successful
catering business.
After enjoying the 3-


Newlyweds in 1950 Ruth and I

tier anniversary cake,
banana pudding, choco-
late creme pie, and apri-
cot-date bread, the hap-
py couple and guests
reminisced about past
adventures and plotted
new ones. Asked about
the key to a long and
happy married life, Ruth
remarked, "It takes pa-
tience, and doing the


Richard Tennis


best you can ea
every day,"
Richard added,
what she says."
Ruth and I
wish to thank a
family and friend
the wonderful s
party. They ex]
their appreciation
for the lovely car
and well wishes.


(L-R) Tifani Hood, J.P. Hood, Richard Tennis, grands
Hood, Ruth Tennis and Vicky Orona. Courtesy photos:


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m Submitted
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Added new artists to its
lineup including Eliot
Lipp (live band & DJ
set), Up Until Now (with
special guests), The
Main Squeeze, The
Heard, Catfish Alliance
and Come Back Alice
along with several DJs
including Manic Focus,
Thibault, Prophet Mas-
ch and sive, Vlad the Inhaler, Sir
while Charles, Satoru and DJ
"I do Jody Litvack to man the
late night Silent Disco.
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announced soon for the
Oct. 31 Nov. 2 spectac-
ular at The Spirit of the
S Suwannee Music Park
(SOSMP) in Live Oak.
During Suwannee Hu-
S laween the famed Spirit
of the Suwannee Music
SPark will transform into
..., the first rendition of
S Spirit Lake, a visual arts
I extravaganza never be-
fore seen at SOSMP.
Fans can expect an epic
fusion of dazzling lights,
Start installations and per-
formance art that
on Elijah morphs the Spirit Lake
waterfront and adjacent


forest into a vivid
dream-like space that
fully engages the senses.
Working with some of
the Southeast's most tal-
ented sculptors,
fire/metal workers,
painters, performance
artists and lighting de-
signers, the Spirit Lake
Promenade will also
host the Silent Disco, a
Campground Stage and
other astonishing Hu-
laween creations.
For fans who want to
maximize their Hal-
loween weekend cele-
bration, five Ultimate In-
cident VIP options are
available featuring
everything from VIP in-
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swag bags to meals
alongside Suwannee
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cabins and fully stocked
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and more information,
please visit the Hu-
laween website,
www. s u wan n e e h u -
l a w e e n c o m,
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laween.com, call Destiny
Spang at Brotherly Love
Productions at 215-704-
9554, call the SOSMP at
386-364-1683, go to the
SOSMP website at
www.musicliveshere.co
m or email spirit@musi-
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THE JASPER NEWS, Jasper, FL


THURSDAY, October 24, 2013


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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 Commis-
sion
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 Enforce-
ment
JAPD Jasper Police
Department
JNPD Jennings Po-
lice Department
OALE Office of
Agricultural Law En-
forcement
P&P Probation and
Parole
SCSO Suwannee
County Sheriff's Office
WSPD White
Springs Police Depart-
ment

Oct. 8, Tracy G. Dun-
can, 44, 1450 Turett
Street, Jennings, Fla., out
of county warrant vop
(Citrus Cty.), P&P-Redic
Oct. 8, Michael J.
Goodman, 27, 10650 SW
4 St., Jasper, Fla., in for
court-poss. contraband
in prison, HCSO-McKire
Oct. 8, Jose Felix Mi-
randa, 25, 2040 Park Vil-
lage Dr., Ruskin, Fla., no


valid DL, HCSO-Mur-
phy
Oct. 9, Christine Marie
Riemer, 46, 14890 Mystic
Lake Circle, Naples, Fla.,
fail to stop for inspec-
tion, DWLSR, resist w/o
violence, out of county
warrant for Lee Cty.,
DOA-Edenfield, Jr.
Oct. 9, Zorike D,
Rainey, 32, 794 40th St.,
Sarasota, Fla., violation
of injunction, FHP-
Hughes
Oct. 10, Christopher
N. Seymor, 29, 10760
NW 37 Trail, Jasper, Fla.,
dwls, JAPD-McGauley
Oct. 11, David Jacob
Corbett, 32, 5867 Dykes
Pond Rd., Lake Park,
Ga., HCSO warrant
grand theft of person
over 65, trespassing,
HCSO-McKire
Oct. 11, Denise
Whitest, 28, 10451 NW
36 Dr., Jasper, Fla.,
fraud, imprison, larceny,
HCSO-Ehlert
Oct. 11, Ebrahim
Hamood Asayidi, 32,
875 Meriweather Dr.,
Calera, Ala., dwls/r,
DOA-Yost
Oct. 11, Joshua Nolan
Orndorff, 31, homeless,
out of county warrant
vop, hold for Leon Cty.,
HCSO-Howell
Oct. 11, Jose Antonio
Gonzalez-Lopez, 38,
22305 E. 4th Ave.,
Hialeah, Fla., trafficking
cannabis exceed 25 lbs.,
tamper with physical ev-
idence, use of commer-
cial vehicle in commis-
sion, DOA-Everett
Oct. 12, Carson Robert
Taylor, 31, 4573 S. Song-
bird Dr., Lecanto, Fla.,
dui, DOA-Norris
Oct. 12, Brandon Ty-
rone Dye, 29, 15365 SE
99 Trail, White Springs,
Fla., FTA warrant resist
w/o violence, affray,
HCSO-Blanton
Oct. 12, Timothy Kirk-
land Harris, 43, 5176
NW CR 141, Jennings,
Fla., vop warrant,
dwls/r, HCSO-Murphy


Oct. 13, Ashley Renea
Humphry, 24,10812 NW
38 Terr., Jasper, Fla.,
warrant on dwls, HCSO-
Murphy
Oct. 13, Jennifer Susan
Best, 36, 3651 NW 109
PI., Jasper, Fla., improp-
er exhibition of firearm,
carry concealed weapon,
JAPD-Rickerson
Oct. 13, Pedro Hernan-
dez-Perez, 24, 6495 NW
27 Blvd., Jennings, Fla.,
poss. forged/fictitious
DL, no or improper DL,
JNPD-Meeks
Oct. 14, Gregory Donte
Willis, 34, 3010 Arm-
strong Rd., Elkton, Fla.,
dwls, poss. controlled
substance w/intent to
sell, poss. MDMA, poss.
drug paraphernalia,
JNPD-Harvey
Oct. 14, Laney George
Reynolds, 47, 3892 NW
109 Ave., Jasper, Fla.,
trespass after warning,
JAPD-McGauley
Oct. 14, Alexis Collins,
19, 8336 S. Scottsdale,
Chicago, Ill., burglary of
occupied structure,
fraud, swindle obtain
property under 20K,
HCSO-Ehlert
Oct. 14, Corey D.
Howse, 26, 6631 S. Wal-
cott St., Chicago, Ill.,
fraud, obtain property
under 20K, burglary of
occupied structure,
HCSO-Ehlert
Oct. 14, Teaira Lam-
bert, 21, 2510 S. 16 St.,
Omaha, Neb., burglary
of occupied structure,
fraud, swindle obtain
property under 20K,
HCSO-Ehlert
Oct. 14, India Collins,
20, 6733 S. May St.,
Chicago, Ill., burglary of
occupied structure,
fraud, obtain property
under 20K, HCSO-Ehlert
Oct. 16, Lawyer Re-
nard West, 26, 586 NE
Early St., Lake City, Fla.,
flee/elude, dwls, habitu-
al dui, HCSO-Curry
Oct. 16, Sean Francis
McElroy, 42, 3738 NW
US Hwy. 129, Jasper,


Fla., battery, domestic
violence, HCSO-Thomas
Oct. 17, Roger Ricardo
Allaro, 49,5624 US Hwy.
41, Jennings, Fla., vop,
hold for ICE, P&P-Redic
Oct. 17, Daniel Garcia
Lopez, 52, Jacksonville,
Fla., dwls/r with knowl-
edge, DOA-Everett
Oct. 17, Princess Lasha
Armstead, 27, 11969 SW
CR 249, #1, Jasper, Fla.,


out of county warrant,
Suw. Cty., petit theft,
HCSO-Murphy
Oct. 19, John Wayne
McCloud, Jr., 24, 1310
NW Hatley St., Jasper,
Fla., disorderly conduct,
JAPD-Rickerson
Oct. 19, Theodore
Lavelle Carter, 36, 16893
Mill St., White Spgs.,
Fla., out of county war-
rant, HCSO-Griffin


Oct. 19, John Darius
Diquan Cunningham,
19, 16868 Mill St., White
Spgs., Fla., no valid DL,
flee and elude LEO,
HCSO-Griffin
Oct. 20, Felipe Martin
Martin, 31, 1405 Duval
St. NE Lot 71, Live Oak,
Fla., no valid DL, hold
for Ice, DOA-Kissinger


Gov. Rick Scott commends SRWMD on budget


Governing Board Chair Don Quincey spoke at a press conference recently where Gov. Rick Scott
announced the State's investment of nearly $37 million for springs restoration projects. Looking on
from left is Senator Charlie Dean, Representative Elizabeth Porter (hidden), and Gov. Scott. More
than $5.4 million of those funds were awarded to the SRWMD. Courtesy photo


Gov. Rick Scott has approved and
commended the Suwannee River Water
Management District (District) on its
Fiscal Year 2013-14 Tentative Budget of
$29.2 million.
The District has received landmark
funding of more than $11 million in
springs funding from the Governor's
Florida Families First Budget. Roughly
45 percent of the District's budget will
fund springs protection and restoration.
The budget will allow the District to
continue meeting its core missions of
protecting Florida's water supply, water
quality, natural systems, and providing
flood protection without raising taxes.
Gov. Scott recognized the District for
its efforts in reducing administrative
costs and increasing funding for pro-
jects by 296 percent over the current fis-
cal year to restore and protect springs.
Two specific projects that will benefit
from cooperative funding are the
Ichetucknee Springshed Water Quality
Improvement and Middle Suwannee


River and Springs Restoration and
Aquifer Recharge projects, both of
which were part of Gov. Scott's $37 mil-
lion springs announcement earlier this
month. In those projects, a $677,000 Dis-
trict commitment will turn into $6.5 mil-
lion toward springs restoration projects
with contributions from the Florida De-
partment of Environmental Protection,
Lake City, Columbia County, and Dixie
County.
"The District is extremely grateful to
the Governor and Legislature for pro-
viding significant new funding to im-
plement projects for springs restora-
tion," said District Executive Director
Ann Shortelle.
A copy of the Governor's letter to the
District is posted on the District's Busi-
ness and Financial webpage at
www.mysuwanneeriver.com.
A final hearing to adopt the FY 2013-
14 budget was held on Sept. 24 at 5:30
p.m. at the District's Headquarters in
Live Oak.


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Brea -ancer
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Submitted

J n May of 2001, Pauinme
Hogan, who turned
70 on Oct. 22, wary
diagnosed with
breast cancer.
She was told it
was only a two
centimeter and .. .
would only need a
lumpectomy. She had....
the surgery and 33
treatments of
radiation with too much
pain. She was teaching at
Central Hamilton
Elementary. She taught
school for 28 years before
retiring. Pauline is married to
George Hogan as of Oct. 1,
2013, for 52 years. They
have two sons, David is
the oldest and married
to Marie Daniels.
Jeffrey is the
youngest and
married to
Christie Huggins
and they have a
one son, Jordan p
Hogan, who is a Ink
student at the
University of
Florida.
Pauline has
had her
mammograms
done every year
and did self
checks. Please be
sure you do your
mammograms every year and do your self checks often. In January 2011, during a
physical exam, Pauline asked the doctor about a lump in her breast and he sent her to
a surgeon and he examined her and ordered four biopsies. When the results came
back, it was not good news. She had stage 4 breast cancer. Dr. Brian Pickens
prescribed a treatment of chemotherapy and then did a double mastectomy on Oct.
12, 2011, and removed 17 lymph nodes with cancer in them. Even with all the
precautions, cancer still got through.
It is so important to get tests made and the self checks done. Pauline says she got
through it all because of the prayers, help and well wishes of family and friends and
her strong faith in our Lord. On July 4, 2012, Pauline had a Grand Mal seizure and a
stroke on her left side in the ambulance to Gainesville and when she got to the
hospital they did a MRI. It was discovered that she had three brain tumors. The next
day, they surgically removed the large tumor and the two small ones were removed
with cyberknife radiation later on. Pauline was paralyzed completely on her left side.
The doctor told her husband that Pauline needed rehabilitation and it would be at
least six months before she could move her leg.
She transferred to the rehab section of Suwannee Valley Nursing Home. There she
regained her speech and became able to walk on her left side in two months, but her
left arm and hand are still paralyzed.
Pauline now has been told that she has a limited time to live and since she was on
her second treatment of chemotherapy,
they decided to stop it. She was told
there was no treatment that could help
her now. She says that they are wrongCl
because the Lord will decide how much
longer she will live and he will do for
her what he fells is needed.
"All I can tell you is keep your faith in
God and be sure to do everything you
can to make sure you are doing the
best you can to keep abreast and any
kind of cancer away," said Pauline. "I
want to thank all the people that have
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Trojans win homecoming night


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The Trojans and Buccaneers in action. Photos: Rob Wolfe

Big district win against Branford


Congratulations to Homecoming King and Queen Trey Norris and Nina Weise.


By Andrew McGee
andrew.mcgee@gaflnews.com

The Hamilton County High School
Trojan football team (3-4) defeated the
Branford High School Buccaneers (3-5)
in a district bout Friday night, Oct. 18,
for homecoming. The final score was
47-20.
The Bucs won the toss and deferred
till the second half.

First quarter
It was off to a tough start for the
Bucs as less than a minute into the
game, the Trojans were able to take the
ball into the end zone. They got the ex-
tra point putting the score early on
with 7-0 and just over 11 minutes left
in the first quarter.
The Bucs got the ball and were be-
ginning to move it down field when a
pass was intercepted by the Trojans,
but they got a flag on the play for hold-
ing. Then with about nine minutes and
30 seconds left in the quarter, the Tro-
jans once again made a touchdown.
They were unable to secure the extra
point putting the score at 13-0 Trojans.
Once again, the Bucs started to move
the ball down field and picked up a
first down. At third down, they at-
tempted a pass play which again was
intercepted and the Trojans took it in
for another touchdown. The extra
point kick was good and the score was
now 20-0, Trojans.
The Bucs got the ball and made some
headway down the field, but with four


minutes and 16 seconds left in the
quarter, they were unable to get a first
down and the ball was back to the Tro-
jans. The next play, the Trojans took it
in again for a touchdown. The kick
was good and the score was 27-0, Tro-
jans. The Trojans kicked to the Bucs
and the ball was out of bounds at the
Bucs 35-yard line. The Bucs were able
to knock out some yards and get a first
down with two minutes and 11 sec-
onds left in the quarter. The Bucs tried
some pass plays which were incom-
plete and the third attempt, it was in-
tercepted again and the Trojans ran it
in for another touchdown. The extra
point kick was good and the quarter fi-
nally ended with the Trojans leading
with the score 34-0.

Second quarter
The Bucs got the ball and fought
hard to pick up some yards. They were
able to pick up a couple of first downs
and moved the ball down field. Their
hard work paid off because with seven
minutes and 36 seconds left in the half,
they were able to score a touchdown.
The extra point kick was good and the
score was now 34-7.
The Bucs kicked to the Trojans with
an onside kick, but unfortunately the
Trojans got the ball at the 49-yard line.
The Trojans dug in and with four min-
utes and 45 seconds to go in the half,
they once again made a touchdown
and secured the extra point bringing

SEE TROJANS, PAGE 7A


Antefernee Smith kicks the ball.


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(Left to Right) Miss HCHS 2nd Runner Up and Miss Congeniality Hallie Davis, 2013 Miss HCHS
Nola Baltazar, Miss HCHS 1st Runner Up Maisia Daniels. Photo: Ben Daniel, Jasper Studios


Ethan Land runs the ball for a touchdown.













Trojans win homecoming night


Continued From Page 1A

the score to 41-7. The
Bucs got the ball and
hammered their way
down field and seconds
before the clock ran out,
the Bucs were able to
make another touch-
down. The extra point
kick was blocked bring-
ing the score to 41-13,
Trojans, at the half.

Third quarter
The Bucs got the ball
and were able to move it
down field for a first
down at their
43-yard line. With sev-
en minutes and 37 sec-
onds to go, the Bucs
picked up another first
down on about the 30-
yard line. The Bucs
picked up a couple of
yards, but the next play
they lost some yards as
quarterback Travis Bass
was tackled behind the
line of scrimmage. It was
fourth and long for the
Bucs and they attempted
a field goal, but were un-
successful and the Tro-
jans regained possession


at their 30-yard line.
The next play the Tro-
jan's receiver ran for
about 40 yards before he
was tackled putting
them at about the 10-
yard. line knocking at
the Bucs door. With two
minutes and 29 seconds,
it was second down and
goal for the Trojans.
They were able to bring
it over the line for anoth-
er touchdown putting
the score at 47-13.
The Bucs got the ball
and the next play the
Trojans got a flag for un-
sportsmanlike conduct
which put the Bucs at
the Trojans 46-yard line.
The clock ran out for the
quarter and the score
was still 47-13 with Tro-
jans leading.

Fourth quarter
The Bucs got the ball,
had good momentum
and kept picking up
some yards. With 10
minutes and 52 seconds
left in the game, the Bucs
were down in Trojan ter-
ritory at the five yard
line. At fourth down and


goal, the Bucs took it
over the line again for a
big Bucs touchdown.
The kick was good
bringing the score to 47-
20.
The Trojans got the
ball, but had a couple of
penalties against them
and were forced to punt
back to the Bucs. There
were six minutes and 13
seconds left in the game
when the Bucs got the
ball at about the 32-yard
line. The Bucs dug in
and were able to pick up
some yards and got the
first down. With five
minutes and 30 seconds,
the Bucs were again suc-
cessful in picking up an-
other first down. They
kept plugging away and
got another first down
and were now at the
Trojans 35-yard line. The
Bucs fought hard to
score one more before
the buzzer, and decided
to attempt a field goal.
The kick was wide left
and the clock ran out
with the final score 47-
20, Trojans.


The Trojans take Hamilton County Parks and
the field. Recreation are doing soccer sign-
Photos: Rob Wolfe ups. The cost is $50 and the deadline
is Dec. 6. Age groups are 5 and
under, 8 and under, 10 and under,
and 13 and under.


North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council proclaims October
2013 as Community Planning Month


Submitted
Gainesville, FL The month of Octo-
ber 2013 was proclaimed as Communi-
ty Planning Month by the North Cen-
tral Florida Regional Planning Council
at their meeting on Sept. 26, held in
Lake City. The American Planning As-
sociation and its professional institute,
the American Institute of Certified
Planners, endorse National Communi-
ty Planning Month as an opportunity
to highlight the contributions sound
planning and plan implementation
make to the quality of life in commu-
nities and the environment. The Coun-
cil joins in the celebration of National
Community Planning Month by desig-
nating October 2013 as Community
Planning Month to recognize the valu-
able contributions made by profes-
sional community and regional plan-
ners and to extend its thanks for the
continued commitment to public ser-
vice by these professionals.
The Council, in partnership with
economic development organizations
and local governments, promotes re-
gional strategies, partnerships and so-
lutions to strengthen the economic
competitiveness and quality of life of
the 11 counties and 33 incorporated
municipalities in the north central por-


tion of Florida. The Council, whose
members are local elected officials and
gubernatorial appointees, administers
a variety of state and federal programs
for north central Florida including
Alachua, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie,
Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madi-
son, Suwannee, Taylor and Union
counties. Programs include develop-
ment of the Comprehensive Economic
Development Strategy, the Strategic
Regional Policy Plan, technical assis-
tance to local governments in develop-
ment of comprehensive plans, land de-
velopment regulations and grant man-
agement, and administration of devel-
opments of regional impact, local miti-
gation strategies, hazardous materials,
homeland security and economic de-
velopment programs. In addition, the
Council staffs the Metropolitan Trans-
portation Planning Organization for
the Gainesville Urbanized Area, the
North Central Florida Local Emer-
gency Planning Committee, the North
Central Florida Regional Hazardous
Materials Response Team and The
Original Florida Tourism Task Force.
The Council's offices are located in
Gainesville. More information about
the Council can be found at ncfrpc.org.


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Haven Hospice reaches out with care and compassion to South Africa


In September, five Haven Hospice
staff took on the role of ambassadors
to visit their sister hospice organiza-
tion, Grahamstown Hospice in South
Africa to gain a practical understand-
ing of the environment and the chal-
lenges in which end-of-life and pallia-
tive care is delivered in Grahamstown
and the surrounding communities.
"We were touched and humbled
that the ambassadors from Haven
would travel thousands of miles across
the wide ocean to visit and support
us," said Grahamstown Hospice Di-
rector David Barker. "We were
buoyed by their enthusiasm, positivity
and caring which encouraged and in-
spired us. Any funding raised by
Haven Hospice staff will certainly
have an incredible impact on the ser-
vices and programs that we provide to
these communities where there is a
great need for the work that we do."
Having been inspired by this life-
changing experience, the Haven Hos-
pice Ambassadors will lead employee
events, including fundraising, to assist
Grahamstown Hospice staff in bring-
ing care and compassion to South
African patients and families.
"We arrived at one of the Graham-
stown Hospice facilities where they
were having a support group session
for about 13 children, under the age of
12, who were living with HIV/AIDS,"
said Haven Hospice Chief Information
Officer Arthur Clark. "The children in
the group session welcomed us with
songs and dance. It was really some-
thing that I don't think any of us will
ever forget. We passed out some small
gifts to the children that so many of
our Haven Hospice team members
had donated. These children were so
appreciative. "
Since 2001, Haven Hospice has been
partnering with and supporting Gra-
hamstown Hospice. That support has
included an annual financial donation
by Haven Hospice employees which
was matched by the organization and


used by Grahamstown Hospice to pay
for two hospice nurses in South Africa.
In November 2012, Haven Hospice
sponsored three staff members of Gra-
hamstown Hospice to travel to North
Central Florida to meet face-to-face for
the first time and learn more about
Haven and end-of-life care in America.
While here in Gainesville, the Gra-
hamstown Hospice Executive Director
David Barker invited Haven staff to
South Africa to learn more about end-
of-life and palliative care. The visit by
Grahamstown Hospice staff was a
tremendous success and had such an
impact on Haven Hospice staff that an
overwhelming number of employees
submitted applications expressing
their interest in representing Haven
Hospice as a Haven Ambassador for
the September 2013 exchange visit.
After a rigorous evaluation process,
five Haven Ambassadors who brought
a wide-range of experiences to the ex-
change were selected: Arthur Clark,
chief information officer; Pam Giebeig,
hospice nurse; Tangela Wilson, respi-
ratory therapist; and Vonceil Levine
and Katie Alpahando, clinical social
workers. The journey provided an op-
portunity for the Haven Hospice Am-
bassadors to learn about end-of-life
and palliative care in South Africa, to
bring insights back to Haven Hospice
and inspire their colleagues in support
for Grahamstown Hospice.
The Haven Hospice Ambassadors
were constantly inspired during this
journey by the patients, families and
the hospice care workers that they
spent time with.
"Lydia is a 33-year old woman being
cared for by Grahamstown Hospice
who greeted the hospice care workers
while telling jokes. She is the mother
of a 15-year-old and she is a cancer pa-
tient facing the end of life," said Haven
Hospice Clinical Social Worker Von-
ceil Levine. "The tumor on her neck is
bulging and it's the size of a large head
of cabbage. She is in extreme pain and


ration had run out. But through all of
that, she smiled and thanked us for the
chocolates, sweets and a teddy bear
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on that we daybrought to sawher home. And asmorphine
ration had run out. But through all of
that, she smiled and thanked us for the
chocolates, sweets and a teddy bear
that we brought to her home. And as
we were leaving, she told us that she
had no worries. As sick as she was,
she still had so much courage and
strength for her family. She was truly
an inspiration to all of us. The next
time traffic or any other annoyance
threatens to rattle my day I will just
remember Lydia. No worries."
In addition to working with the Gra-
hamstown Hospice staff visiting pa-
tients in both home and hospital set-
tings, the Haven Ambassadors were
guests at the triennial African Pallia-
tive Care Association and Hospice Pal-
liative Care Association of South
Africa conference in Johannesburg.
This gave the Haven Hospice Ambas-
sadors an opportunity to learn from
and share with hospice and palliative
care staff throughout Africa.
Haven Hospice was one of the first
hospice organizations in the United
States to join the Foundation for Hos-
pices in Sub-Saharan Africa (FHSSA)
whose mission is to build partnerships
to enhance compassionate care in


Africa. Today, there are approximate-
ly 4,000 hospices in the United States,
of which, less than 90 have partnered
with FHSSA.
"At Haven Hospice we are proud to
be partnering with Grahamstown
Hospice and through that partnership,
our staff is making a significant differ-
ence in the lives of those we serve here
locally and across the globe," said
Haven Hospice President Tim Bowen.
About Haven Hospice
Haven Hospice is your not-for-prof-
it community hospice organization
providing services since 1979 and li-
censed in Florida since 1980. Haven is
North Florida's expert in end-of-life
and palliative care, receiving national
recognition as a Circle of Life Award
Recipient from the American Hospital
Association for its excellence and inno-
vation. Haven has also been recog-
nized as a Florida Pacesetter for its
leadership in promoting advance di-
rectives. For more than 30 years Haven
has had the honor and privilege to
serve more than 60,000 patients and
families in North Florida. For more in-
formation, visit
www.havenhospice.org or call 800-
727-1889.


HOW YOU CAN LOWER YOUR RISK OF

BREAST CANCER


Breast cancer is the second most common cancer
among women, second only to lung cancer. One in
eight women is expected to develop breast cancer in
her lifetime, and a recent survey by the Society for
Women's Health Research found that 22 percent of
women named breast cancer as the disease they fear
most. The specter of breast cancer makes it no
surprise that women are eager to seek various ways
to reduce their risks of developing this potentially
deadly disease.
Though cancer treatments continue to evolve,
there remains no cure for breast cancer or any other
types of cancer. However, there are steps men and
women can take to reduce their risks of developing
breast cancer. In fact, the National Cancer Institute
says avoiding breast cancer risk factors is the best
path to prevention.

* Avoid exposure to radiation. Repeated exposure to
radiation therapy used to treat illnesses like
Hodgkin's disease can increase a person's risk of
breast cancer, particularly if treatments begin at an
early age.
* Keep a healthy weight. Obesity increases the risk
of breast cancer, particularly in postmenopausal
women. Healthy eating and exercise can help
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in fatty breast tissue and breast cancer.
* Get your exercise. Exercising four or more hours a
week can lower breast cancer risk. Exercise need
not be heavy lifting at the gym. Any moderate
physical activity, from cycling to walking, can be
effective. Exercise decreases hormone levels in the
body that can impact breast cancer risk. Some
studies indicate simply walking briskly for one to
three hours per week can reduce a woman's breast
cancer risk by 18 percent.
* Eat a low-fat diet. The Women's Intervention
Nutrition Study from the National Cancer Institute
found that the highest rate of breast cancer
reduction was among a group of women who ate a
low-fat diet.
* Reduce alcohol consumption. Various studies
have indicated that women who drink alcoholic
beverages may develop cancer at a higher rate.
Women who consume two to five drinks daily
have a greater risk of developing breast cancer
than those who abstain from alcohol.
* Weigh the risks of hormone replacement therapy.
There are mixed reviews on hormone replacement
therapy, or HRT, for postmenopausal women.
There may be a link
between long-term HRT
;tryand breast cancer,
particularly when
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progesterone are used in
/ combination. Some
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Carotenoids are cancer-protective pigments found
in a vast number of fruits and vegetables.
Researchers at New York University found women
who had higher blood carotenoid levels had a
significantly smaller risk of breast cancer than
women with lower levels.
SGo sparingly on antibiotics. Only take antibiotics
when they are truly needed. New evidence
suggests that the more often a woman takes
antibiotics, the higher her breast cancer risk. A
study of more than 10,000 women found that
women who took antibiotics for the equivalent of
about 25 prescriptions over an average of 17 years
where twice as likely to develop breast cancer than
women who never took the drugs.
SBreastfeed your children. Lactation can suppress
ovulation and the body's production of estrogen,
which has been linked to higher levels of breast
cancer. Breastfeeding may drop a woman's breast
cancer risk by 4 percent.

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number of different ways women can reduce their
risks for breast cancer.


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Wanee returns in 2014

Spirit of the Suwannee


This disc golf event
features music, music,
music also
It's official. The All-
man Brothers Band will
once again hold its Wa-
nee Music Festival at
The Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park
(SOSMP) in Live Oak in
2014.
The 2014 festival April
10-12 will be the 10th
Annual Wanee Festival
held at the SOSMP and
is expected to draw
thousands upon thou-
sands of music lovers
from all over the nation
and from abroad to one
of America's most beau-


Toastmasters
Suwannee River Toast-
masters is hosting an
Open House on Thurs-
day, Oct. 24, from 12-1
p.m. at SVEC in Live
Oak. Subs will served for
lunch. Come see what
Toastmasters is all about!


tiful outdoor venues,
The Spirit of the Suwan-
nee Music Park.
Don't forget to hold
the date for Wednesday
Happy Hour April 9,
2014 to kick off this huge
festival known world-
wide.
No ticket information
is available yet nor have
any artists been an-
nounced. Please contin-
ue to check the SOSMP's
website at www.musi-
cliveshere.com and Wa-
nee Music Festival's at
www.waneefestival.co


to The

Music Park
m for forthcoming an-
nouncements.
For now, please make
your reservations as
soon as possible for cab-
in rentals, RV and
camper parking and
primitive camping as
thousands are expected
for this special anniver-
sary of Wanee! For more
information about the
SOSMP or this event, or
to make reservations, go
to www.musi-
cliveshere.com, call 386-
364-1683 or email spir-
it@musicliveshere.com.


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NORTH FLORIDA


Announcements

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Help Wanted

AIMTRAC is a fast growing
agricultural equipment deal-
ership. We're looking for
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FirstDay
Driver
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is looking for Class "A"
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* 10-14 days out then 2-3 days
home
* Must have Class "A" CDL
* Excellent Blue Cross/Blue
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* Tank and HAZMAT endorse-
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* Practical Miles- 43 loaded/
.34 unloaded.
* Hourly pay for loading and un-
loading of trailers.
* No liquid experience neces-
sary.
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in Jacksonville
Call Brian at 800-507-8848
www.tankstar.com

Advent Christian Village
www.acvillage.net
(368) 668-6627 (recorded job
information line)
Florida's Oldest Retirement
Community
Celebrating 100 Years

OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPIST WANTED
For LTC center and outpatient
rehabilitation clinic, unrestric-
ted FL license required, prior
experience in inpatient or out-
patient setting preferred; prior
EMR experience preferred;
must be supportive and com-
passionate with commitment to
the highest quality of care.
Competitive salary & benefits;
onsite daycare & fitness facilit-
ies. Apply in person at Person-
nel Office Monday through Fri-
day from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m., or fax resume/creden-
tials to (386) 658-5160.
EOE / Drug-Free Workplace /
Criminal background checks
required.


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for an Experienced Log Truck
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Company-provided Health
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Help Wanted
Employment Opportunity
City of Live Oak
Police Department Officer
Duties: Provides law enforce-
ment services and police duties
associated with the protection,
safety and welfare of the cit-
izens within our community.
Minimum Requirements: Must
be at least 19 years of age, pos-
sess State of Florida Law En-
forcement Certification, U.S. Cit-
izen, High School Diploma or
G.E.D., no felony or misde-
meanor convictions for perjury
or false statement, never have
received a dishonorable dis-
charge from any of the Armed
Forces, successfully pass a
background investigation as re-
quired by Florida Department of
Law Enforcement, successful
completion of pre-employment
testing requirements (Drug
Screen, Psychological Examina-
tion, and Physical Examination).
Possess valid Florida Driver's
License.
Entry Level Salary: $31,352.57
Holiday Pay: $1,326.16
Total Package
(excluding overtime):
$32,678.73
Benefits: All equipment includ-
ing uniforms and other required
equipment are provided. Florida
State Retirement System. Ten
paid holidays and one personal
paid holiday. Those employees
required to work on a holiday
are paid at time and one half for
the hours they work. Paid PTO
and employees Health Insur-
ance Package provided (in-
cludes Life and Disability Insur-
ance) Take home car program
based on position, seniority and
providing you live in Suwannee
County.
Application Deadline: Applica-
tion must be submitted to the
Live Oak City Hall, 101 SE
White Avenue. Applications ac-
cepted until position filled.
Drug Free Work Place: Suc-
cessful Applicant will be subject
to the City of Live Oak Drug
Free Work Place Policy.
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OPPORTUNITY / DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE / HANDICAP
ACCESSIBLE JURISDICTION

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Institutional Research;
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for details.


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Real Estate/ Land for
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Help Wanted

BUS MECHANIC
Suwannee County School
Board, Department of Trans-
portation has an opening for a
school bus mechanic Know-
ledge in computer diagnostics,
CDL holder, a minimum of
three (3) years of experience in
automotive and diesel main-
tenance/repair, High School
Diploma or equivalent is re-
quired. Applicants please ap-
ply on-line at
www.suwannee.k12.fl.us

Truck Driver Wanted: 3 years
minimum experience, know-
ledge of operating frame-less
dumps. Call 386-935-0120 &
leave message.|

Pets/Free Pets
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES -
AKC registered, ready Oct. 27th,
$350 ea., $100 deposit will hold.
Very rare colors. Call 229-273-
7882 or 229-322-9895 or 229-
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Appliances
Refrigerator w/freezer, veggie
drawer. Perfect size for home or
camper. $125.00. Call 386-208-
0728.
Wanted: Repair of camper
trailer refrigerator or purchase.
Call 386-362-6293
or 727-541-2173.

Educational
START YOUR CAREER I
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BECOME A CNA! Quest Train-
ing offers a professional, 40hr.
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ED required if age 18. High
pass rates on state test. Day and
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Misc. Merchandise
Frigidaire 1000 series w/elec-
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Stainless steel w/black trim, exc
cond, approx 5 years old-used
little. Includes factory manual.
$150.00 OBO. 386-362-4713

Wanted to Buy
WANTED: WHOLE JUNK CARS
$250-$400. NO TITLE NEEDED.
FREE PICK UP.
386-878-9260 OR
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Garage/Yard Sales
8422 169th Rd, Live Oak, FL.
Follow signs. Sat, 11/2, 7 a.m.
until. YARD SALE. Lots of stuff!
Benefits Rocky Sink Baptist
Church.

Campers/RV/Sales

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


Apartments for Rent
Apartments for rent in Live
Oak, FL. Mobile Homes for rent
in Fort White & White Springs,
FL. Call 386-362-9806 or 386-
623-3404.

FirstDay
Efficiency Apartment in country
3 miles to Live Oak, FL. New
paint, new stove, new lights.
Perks for chores. Call 386-208-
8079, leave message.

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
Three Bd/Two Ba with 2 barns
on 13.5 fenced acres. 6 mi. from
Live Oak, FL. $800/mo. Call 609-
351-8328 or 386-590-2756.
Three Bd/Two Ba, on 1 fenced
ac. in Live Oak, FL. CH&A, dbl
carport, covered outbuilding for
rec & storage shed. $925/mo +
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carport, covered outbuilding for
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Mobile Homes for Rent
Available now: Energy-efficient,
remodeled, clean, 3/2 DWMH,
CH&A, $650/mo + dep. NW of
Live Oak, FL near Pilgrims
Pride. Call 904-261-5034

DWMH, 4Bd/3Ba, CH&A, re-
modeled. 7 mi from Dowling
Park, FL, on 4 ac. $750/mo & sec
dep req'd. Call 386-249-3836.

Four Bd/Two Ba Mobile Home
at 111 NW Elm in Live Oak, FL.
$800/mo, $800 sec dep.
386-397-0602

LIVE OAK 2 Bedrooms
from $350/mo. NO PETS. HUD
accepted. Security Deposit Re-
quired. Call 386-364-7660.

Manufactured Home: 3Bd/2Ba
near Dowling Park, FL. Split plan,
all appliances included, Ig Flor-
ida Room, 2-car oversized gar-
age avail. 727-798-0537

SWMH, 2Bd/1Ba, in Jasper, FL,
off Hwy 751. CH&A. NO INSIDE
PETS. $400/mo plus $400 sec
dep. Call 386-792-3214.

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

DOUBLE WIDES
28x74 5bd/2ba, $34,900
28x52 3bd/2ba, $29,900
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*16x80 3bd/2ba, $19,900
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LIKE NEW! 24X64 3BD/3BA,
Double wide total refurbished
on 1 acre of land in N.
Lowndes Co.; Country Living,
Very Private, tall pine trees,
gold fish pond. $69,900. Pos-
sible owner financing with
25% down. No credit check.
CALL 229-460-5362


Acreage/Land/Lots Sale
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.

STREAMFRONT LAND BAR-
GAIN! 1.7 acre wooded corner
parcel in Blue Ridge Mtns. 390'
on crystal clear stream, Natural
year-round spring. Paved road,
municipal water, utilities, mild re-
strictions RV friendly. Was
$69,900 now, $27,900. Excellent
financing. Call now 866-952-
5303, x66

Real Estate/Misc. Sales

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PROPERTY FOR SALE
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Hunting Land.
Waterfront Lots.
Commercial Land.
Office Buildings.
Mobile Homes.
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Autos for Sale
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT
2013
Maroon with Black leather,
17k miles, $16,900.
call 850-559-7370

Motorcycles/ATV/Golf Cart
FOR SALE
1997 KAWASAKI VULCAN 800
& aK111I


Bike is a great ride. Plenty 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 $2,200.
Call or text 386-249-9432


1800S, garage-kept, fully
dressed. 13,500 mi. Asking
$4,000 OBO. Call 386-842-5173
hm, 386-590-7059 cell, Iv msg.


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RENTALS STARTING AT $300 PER MONTH
FOR SINGLEWIDES AND $450 PER MONTH
FOR DOUBLEWIDES. WATER, SEWER,
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A > 5 4 B B > A 0 C % > A C 7 F 4 B C 4 A = + = 8 E 4 A B 8 C H ) 2 7 > > ; > 5 # 0 F t 4 A B C 0 C 4 3 < 8 B B 8 > = 8 B C > > E 4 A b C 7 A > F 2 0 ? 8 C 0 ; 8 B < t < 4 A 8 2 0 B 3 > < 4 B C 8 2 7 0 C 4 A B 7 0 E 4 8 = b C 4 A = 0 C 8 > = 0 ; 2 > < ? 0 = H t r n 0 ; ; ) C t ? D 1 ; 8 B 7 4 3 0 = 0 A C 8 2 ; 4 C 8 C ; 4 3 4 = > D = b C A 8 4 B 7 0 C 0 C 4 < 4 A 8 2 0 $ > B C 7 C C ? n n C 8 = H D A ; t 2 > < n ; @ 6 C < r t 7 4 ; 8 B C 8 = 2 ; D 3 4 B ) 4 A 1 8 0 A 4 4 2 4 A 0 = ; b 6 4 A 8 0 6 H ? C 0 = 3 0 : 8 B C 0 = t ( 0 = : 8 = 6 < 4 A 8 2 0 ? D 1 ; 8 B 7 4 3 0 = 0 A C 8 2 ; 4 C 8 C ; 4 3 7 4 + t ) t A 0 = : B A 3 8 = ; 8 : 8 = 6 C 7 4 + = 8 C b 4 3 ) C 0 C 4 B 7 C C ? n n C 8 = H D A ; t 2 > < n G 7 < : t + B 8 = 6 3 0 C 0 5 A > < C 7 4 4 F ; > 1 0 ; C C 8 C D 3 4 B A > 9 4 2 C 8 C 5 8 = 3 B C 7 0 C 9 D B C ? 4 A 2 4 = C > 5 < 4 A 8 2 0 = B 8 = r f f 7 0 3 0 5 0 E > A 0 1 ; 4 E 8 4 F > 5 < 4 A 8 2 0 = B 2 > < ? 0 A 4 3 F 8 C 7 0 ? 0 = 0 = 3 4 = H 0 F 7 8 2 7 7 0 3 0 = 3 ? 4 A 2 4 = C 5 0 E > A 0 1 ; 4 E 8 4 F B A 4 B ? 4 2 b C 8 E 4 ; H t $ > B C D A > ? 4 0 = = 0 C 8 > = B 7 4 ; 3 0 b ? ; D B ? 4 A 2 4 = C 5 0 E > A 0 1 ; 4 E 8 4 F > 5 < 4 A 8 2 0 = B 2 > < b ? 0 A 4 3 F 8 C 7 2 > D = b C A 8 4 B B D 2 7 0 B 6 H ? C 0 : 8 B C 0 = 0 = 3 D A : 4 H F 8 C 7 ; 4 B B C 7 0 = r ? 4 A b 2 4 = C 5 0 E > A 0 1 ; 4 E 8 4 F B t = 8 = C 4 A 4 B C 8 = 6 5 0 2 4 C > 5 5 > A 4 8 6 = b 4 A B ; 8 : 8 = 6 > A 7 0 C b 8 = 6 < 4 A 8 2 0 2 0 = 1 4 B 4 4 = 8 = 0 ? > ; ; 0 ; ; D ? 7 0 B 1 4 4 = 2 > = 3 D 2 C 8 = 6 B 8 = 2 4 r 0 B : 8 = 6 C 7 4 @ D 4 B C 8 > = B 3 4 0 ; ; H 8 5 H > D 7 0 3 C 7 4 > ? ? > A C D = 8 C H F > D ; 3 H > D ; 8 : 4 C > < > E 4 ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C ; H C > 0 = > C 7 4 A 2 > D = C A H > A F > D ; 3 H > D ? A 4 5 4 A C > 2 > = b C 8 = D 4 ; 8 E 8 = 6 8 = C 7 8 B 2 > D = C A H > F 7 8 2 7 2 > D = C A H F > D ; 3 H > D ; 8 : 4 C > < > E 4 7 C C ? n n C 8 = H D A ; t 2 > < n A C F 2 I D D 4 B B C > F 7 8 2 7 2 > D = C A H < > B C ? 4 > ? ; 4 F > D ; 3 ; 8 : 4 C > < > E 4 t 5 H > D B 0 8 3 C 7 4 6 > > 3 > ; + ) > 5 6 > C > C 7 4 7 4 0 3 > 5 C 7 4 2 ; 0 B B t & 5 C 7 4 < > A 4 C 7 0 = < 8 ; ; 8 > = ? 4 > ? ; 4 F 7 > F > D ; 3 ; 8 : 4 C > ; 4 0 E 4 C 7 4 8 A > F = 2 > D = C A H r ? 4 A 2 4 = C b b > A f < 8 ; ; 8 > = b b B 0 8 3 C 7 4 H F > D ; 3 ; 8 : 4 C > ; 8 E 4 8 = C 7 4 + = 8 C 4 3 ) C 0 C 4 B t 7 4 + t ) t 7 0 B 1 4 4 = C 7 4 F > A ; 3 B < > B C 3 4 B 8 A 4 3 3 4 B C 8 = 0 C 8 > = 5 > A ? > C 4 = C 8 0 ; < 8 6 A 0 = C B B 8 = 2 4 0 ; ; D ? B C 0 A C b 4 3 C A 0 2 : 8 = 6 C 7 4 B 4 ? 0 C C 4 A = B 8 = r t 7 4 + = 8 C 4 3 8 = 6 3 > < 2 > < 4 B 8 = 0 3 8 B b C 0 = C B 4 2 > = 3 F 8 C 7 ? 4 A 2 4 = C < 8 ; b ; 8 > = t & C 7 4 A 5 0 E > A 8 C 4 ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C A 4 ; > b 2 0 C 8 > = B 0 A 4 0 = 0 3 0 r < 8 ; ; 8 > = A 0 = 2 4 r < 8 ; ; 8 > = 0 = 3 ) 0 D 3 8 A 0 1 8 0 f < 8 ; ; 8 > = 1 D C 0 ; ; ? 0 ; 4 8 = 2 > < ? 0 A 8 b B > = F 8 C 7 C 7 4 + t ) t 0 B C 7 4 ? A 4 5 4 A A 4 3 7 > < 4 t 7 4 = 4 G C @ D 4 B C 8 > = 8 B 7 4 A 4 3 > ? 4 > b ? ; 4 2 > < 4 5 A > < F 7 > F 0 = C C > A 4 ; > 2 0 C 4 C > C 7 4 + t ) t 7 8 = 0 7 0 B r r < 8 ; ; 8 > = 0 3 D ; C B F 7 > F 0 = C C > ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C ; H A 4 ; > 2 0 C 4 C > C 7 4 + t ) t 5 > ; ; > F 4 3 1 H % 8 6 4 A 8 0 f < 8 ; b ; 8 > = = 3 8 0 f < 8 ; ; 8 > = 0 = 6 ; 0 3 4 B 7 < 8 ; ; 8 > = 0 = 3 A 0 I 8 ; < 8 ; ; 8 > = t 7 4 0 ; ; D ? A 4 ? > A C 6 > 4 B > = C > < 0 : 4 C 7 4 A 4 < 0 A : 0 1 ; 4 5 8 = 3 b 8 = 6 C 7 0 C 3 4 B ? 8 C 4 ; 0 A 6 4 = D < 1 4 A B > 5 ? 4 > ? ; 4 8 = 7 8 = 0 % 8 6 4 A 8 0 0 = 3 = 3 8 0 F 7 > F 0 = C C > < 8 6 A 0 C 4 ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C ; H C > C 7 4 + t ) t C 7 4 B 4 2 > D = C A 8 4 B 0 A 4 = > C = 4 2 4 B b B 0 A 8 ; H C 7 4 ? ; 0 2 4 B F 7 4 A 4 C 7 4 + t ) t 8 B C 7 4 < > B C 3 4 B 8 A 4 3 3 4 B C 8 = 0 C 8 > = t 0 ; ; D ? 5 > D = 3 C 7 0 C < > A 4 C 7 0 = C 7 A 4 4 8 = f 0 3 D ; C B 8 = # 8 1 4 A 8 0 ? 4 A 2 4 = C 0 = 3 ) 8 4 A A 0 # 4 > = 4 ? 4 A 2 4 = C F > D ; 3 < > E 4 ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C ; H C > C 7 4 + t ) t 8 5 C 7 4 H 7 0 3 C 7 4 > ? ? > A C D = 8 C H t $ > A 4 C 7 0 = r ? 4 A 2 4 = C > 5 0 3 D ; C B 8 = C 7 4 > < 8 = 8 2 0 = ( 4 ? D 1 ; 8 2 r ? 4 A 2 4 = C 0 8 C 8 r ? 4 A 2 4 = C 0 = 3 0 < 1 > 3 8 0 r r ? 4 A 2 4 = C 0 ; B > B 0 H C 7 4 B 0 < 4 t 7 0 C B C A D ; H A 4 < 0 A : 0 1 ; 4 8 = C 7 4 2 0 B 4 B > 5 # 8 1 4 A 8 0 0 = 3 ) 8 4 A A 0 # 4 > = 4 F 7 4 A 4 > = 4 b C 7 8 A 3 > 5 C 7 4 ? 4 > ? ; 4 F > D ; 3 ; 4 0 E 4 t 7 0 C B 4 @ D 8 E 0 ; 4 = C C > f < 8 ; ; 8 > = < 4 A 8 2 0 = B F 0 = C 8 = 6 C > A 4 ; > 2 0 C 4 C > 0 = b > C 7 4 A 2 > D = C A H t 7 4 0 ; ; D ? ? > ; ; < 0 3 4 = > < 4 = C 8 > = > 5 C 7 4 2 > D = C A 8 4 B C > F 7 8 2 7 ? 4 > ? ; 4 F > D ; 3 ; 4 0 B C ; 8 : 4 C > A 4 ; > 2 0 C 4 t D C < 6 D 4 B B 8 = 6 C 7 0 C < > B C > 5 C 7 4 < F > D ; 3 1 4 > = A 4 4 3 > < > D B 4 B ; 8 B C > 5 C 7 4 ; 4 0 B C 5 A 4 4 ? ; 0 2 4 B 8 = C 7 4 F > A ; 3 B D 2 7 0 B + I 1 4 : 8 B C 0 = 4 > A 6 8 0 7 8 = 0 D A : b < 4 = 8 B C 0 = 7 0 3 D 1 0 0 = 3 % > A C 7 > b A 4 0 t < F > = 3 4 A 8 = 6 7 > F C 7 4 7 0 C 4 b < 4 A 8 b 2 0 n 1 ; 0 < 4 b < 4 A 8 2 0 b 5 8 A B C 2 A > F 3 < 8 6 7 C 4 G ? ; 0 8 = C 7 4 5 0 2 C C 7 0 C B > < 0 = H ? 4 > ? ; 4 8 = C 7 4 F > A ; 3 8 5 C 7 4 H 7 0 3 0 2 7 0 = 2 4 F > D ; 3 ? 4 A < 0 = 4 = C ; H A 4 ; > 2 0 C 4 7 4 A 4 t $ 0 H 1 4 8 C B C 7 0 C C 7 4 H 7 0 E 4 = C 1 4 4 = 4 G b ? > B 4 3 C > 4 = > D 6 7 + t ) t D = 8 E 4 A B 8 C H ? A > b 5 4 B B > A B t f f f f f n t f r f f f f f r f b f f f f b f r f f f f t b t n r t b t f r r t r n n r f t b n+ + nf0&,'#%+&!&)$&-##brntff+#*++.&0*&)!!% *&+ \027+!#!+! frfff %),% !%. !+'!%+ rf"%"( +)+!%.&)"1brntff ''$(% !%* &#''%& 'r% frfft )$(#!' &)* %!'%& "!"'"#%' )'"!"#! %%+,)#*$)%0 n t f b r r $ C t / 8 > = > ; 8 = 4 B B 7 D A 2 7 F 8 ; ; 1 4 2 4 ; 4 1 A 0 C 8 = 6 C 7 4 8 A 0 B C > A f C 7 = = 8 E 4 A b B 0 A H ; 3 4 A ) C 8 = 4 A > = 4 B > = % & $ b ( f b f r f 0 C ? < = 8 6 7 C ; H t ) 4 E 4 A 0 ; 2 7 D A 2 7 4 B B 2 7 4 3 D ; 4 3 5 > A 4 0 2 7 B 4 A E 8 2 4 4 3 = 4 B 3 0 H C 7 A D A 8 3 0 H = 8 6 7 C 0 = 3 ) D = 3 0 H 0 C ? < t ) + ( % % & t f ? < < D B 8 2 0 ; ? A > 6 A 0 < ( ) % * ( ( & ) # # ( & % ) ? 4 2 8 0 ; D 4 B C > = E 4 A C 4 3 > 5 0 ; 3 > B b C 0 0 ) C t $ 0 C C 7 4 F B 0 ? C 8 B C 7 D A 2 7 $ 0 ; 4 7 > A D B b % b > B ? 4 ; ) 8 = 6 4 A B 0 = 3 < > A 4 ( & # & $ % b % ( ( ) + % ) ( t > A < > A 4 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = 2 > = C 0 2 C $ 8 B B 8 > = 0 A H 4 5 5 4 A B > = b r b r A > 6 A 0 < > > A 3 8 = 0 C > A & % $ % # # $ # r n # # ) ) L & = % > E t f r f ) D ? ? ; 4 < 4 = C 0 ; % D C A 8 C 8 > = B B 8 B C 0 = 2 4 A > 6 A 0 < ) % > A 5 > > 3 B C 0 < ? A 4 2 8 ? 8 b 4 = C B F 8 ; ; B 4 4 0 3 4 2 A 4 0 B 4 8 = 1 4 = 4 5 8 C B 3 D 4 C > C 7 4 4 G ? 8 A 0 C 8 > = > 5 ) % 8 = 2 A 4 0 B 4 B ? A > E 8 3 4 3 1 H C 7 4 < 4 A 8 2 0 = ( 4 2 > E 4 A H 0 = 3 ( 4 8 = E 4 B C < 4 = C 2 C > 5 r ( ( t D A A 4 = C ; > A 8 3 0 ) % 2 D B C > < 4 A B 2 0 = ; > 6 8 = C > C 7 4 8 A $ H ) ) 0 2 2 > D = C 0 C $ H ; > A 8 3 0 t 2 > < n 0 2 2 4 B B 5 ; > A 8 3 0 C > E 8 4 F C 7 4 8 A 1 4 = 4 5 8 C 8 = 5 > A < 0 C 8 > = 5 > A C 7 4 < > = C 7 > 5 % > E 4 < 1 4 A t 7 4 0 < > D = C > 5 ) % 1 4 = 4 5 8 C B 4 0 2 7 4 ; 8 6 8 1 ; 4 7 > D B 4 7 > ; 3 A 4 2 4 8 E 4 B 3 4 ? 4 = 3 B > = < 0 = H 5 0 2 C > A B B D 2 7 0 B 8 = 2 > < 4 7 > D B 4 7 > ; 3 B 8 I 4 0 = 3 4 G ? 4 = B 4 B t J & = % > E t f 0 5 0 < 8 ; H > 5 5 > D A F 8 C 7 = > 8 = 2 > < 4 0 = 3 = > > C 7 4 A 2 7 0 = 6 4 B C > C 7 4 8 A 2 0 B 4 F 8 ; ; B 4 4 0 3 4 2 A 4 0 B 4 8 = C 7 4 8 A < > = C 7 ; H 1 4 = 4 5 8 C B > 5 t = ; > A 8 3 0 C 7 4 A 4 0 A 4 t < 8 ; ; 8 > = ? 4 > b ? ; 4 F 7 > 2 D A A 4 = C ; H ? 0 A C 8 2 8 ? 0 C 4 8 = C 7 4 ) % ? A > 6 A 0 < t # % $ ( $ # $ % $ & % ) # % ! # () % & % K > = 6 A 4 B B < 0 = 4 3 > 7 > 6 A 4 4 C 4 3 0 6 A > D ? > 5 E 4 C 4 A 0 = B 5 A > < ; > A 8 3 0 0 B ? 0 A C > 5 C 7 4 > = > A ; 8 6 7 C ? A > 6 A 0 < A 4 2 4 = C ; H t D 4 C > C 7 4 5 4 3 4 A 0 ; 6 > E 4 A = b < 4 = C B 7 D C 3 > F = 0 2 2 4 B B C > C 7 4 $ 4 < > A 8 0 ; 8 B = > C 6 D 0 A 0 = C 4 4 3 t > = b 6 A 4 B B < 0 = > 7 > 0 ; > = 6 F 8 C 7 < 0 = H > 5 7 8 B ; > A 8 3 0 2 > ; ; 4 0 6 D 4 B F 4 = C C > C 7 4 $ 4 < > A 8 0 ; C > 4 = b B D A 4 C 7 0 C C 7 4 E 4 C 4 A 0 = B F > D ; 3 7 0 E 4 = > C A > D 1 ; 4 6 0 8 = 8 = 6 0 2 2 4 B B C > C 7 4 6 A > D = 3 B t > = 6 A 4 B B < 0 = > 7 > B 0 8 3 M 7 4 B 4 E 4 C 4 A 0 = B 7 0 E 4 4 0 A = 4 3 0 2 2 4 B B C > C 7 4 8 A < 4 < > A 8 0 ; 7 D = b 3 A 4 3 B > 5 C 8 < 4 B > E 4 A t 7 8 B ? ; 0 2 4 1 4 ; > = 6 B C > C 7 4 < t B D B ? 4 2 C 7 0 3 C 7 4 H = > C 1 4 4 = 6 8 E 4 = 0 2 2 4 B B C 7 4 B 4 6 D H B F > D ; 3 7 0 E 4 5 > D = 3 0 F 0 H C > 6 4 C 8 = 0 = H F 0 H t 7 4 H O E 4 B C > A < 4 3 6 0 C 4 B 1 4 5 > A 4 t D C 9 D B C 8 = 2 0 B 4 < H 2 > ; ; 4 0 6 D 4 B 0 = 3 2 0 < 4 7 4 A 4 C > 3 0 H C > 0 B B 8 B C 8 = 0 = H F 0 H F 4 2 > D ; 3 t N > = 6 A 4 B B < 0 = > 7 > 2 > = C 8 = D 4 3 M C F 0 B 0 = 7 > = > A C > B 7 0 : 4 C 7 4 8 A 7 0 = 3 B 0 = 3 C 7 0 = : C 7 4 < 5 > A C 7 4 8 A B 4 A E 8 2 4 t 0 < C 7 0 = : 5 D ; C 7 4 3 < 8 = 8 B C A 0 b C 8 > = B 4 4 < B C > 1 4 1 0 2 : 8 = 6 3 > F = > = = > C ; 4 C C 8 = 6 C 7 4 < 8 = t 0 < 7 > ? 4 5 D ; C 7 0 C F 4 2 0 = 2 > < 4 C > 6 4 C 7 b 4 A C > 5 8 = 3 0 B > ; D C 8 > = C > 4 = 3 C 7 4 4 = C 8 A 4 B 7 D C b 3 > F = t 4 = 4 4 3 C > 2 > < 4 C > C 7 4 C 0 1 ; 4 C > = 4 6 > C 8 0 C 4 5 > A C 7 4 B 0 : 4 > 5 = > C > = ; H C 7 4 B 4 E 4 C 4 A 0 = B 1 D C 5 > A 0 ; ; < 4 A 8 2 0 = B t N n b b r f n b t r f f n b n t r f n n n t b

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b f n r t b n t b t r b r n f n t f 3 B 7 @ 3 2 @ ; G ) t = 4 B 6 3 f < 2 7 @ 0 = @ < 3 / D 7 2 2 E 7 < ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ ) @ b = 4 # / 9 3 7 B G : / b > / A A 3 2 / E / G > 3 / 1 3 4 C : : G = < ) C < 2 / G & 1 B b f n f n r E 6 7 : 3 D / 1 / B 7 = < 7 < 5 7 < B 6 3 ) ; = 9 3 G $ = C < B / 7 < A E 7 B 6 / : : = 4 6 7 A 4 / ; 7 : G b J < / B 7 D 3 = 4 / ; 7 : B = < = C < B G : / b 6 3 E / A B 6 3 A = < = 4 B 6 3 : / B 3 / ; 3 A b ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ / < 2 A B 3 : : 3 C @ < 3 B B 3 ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ b J 3 : 7 D 3 2 ; = A B = 4 6 7 A : 7 4 3 7 < / ; 7 : B = < / < 2 = : C ; 0 7 / 1 = C < B 7 3 A / < 2 E / A / ; 3 ; 0 3 @ = 4 3 B 6 : 3 6 3 ; / > B 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 / < 2 > / A B ; 3 ; 0 3 @ = 4 7 @ A B / > B 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 = 4 6 7 B 3 ) > @ 7 < 5 A b J 3 E / A @ 3 B 7 @ 3 2 4 @ = ; B 6 3 + < 7 B 3 2 ) B / B 3 A @ ; G 7 < b J + > = < @ 3 B 7 @ 3 ; 3 < B / D 3 0 3 5 / < E = @ 9 7 < 5 4 = @ 6 3 ) B 3 > 6 3 < = A B 3 @ ) B / B 3 / @ 9 4 = @ G 3 / @ A / < 2 B 6 3 < A B / @ B 3 2 / A 3 1 = < 2 1 / @ 3 3 @ E = @ 9 7 < 5 4 = @ B 6 3 ) B / B 3 = 4 : = @ 7 2 / / B 6 3 3 > / @ B ; 3 < B = 4 5 @ 7 1 C : B C @ 3 b J 3 E 3 < B = < B = @ 3 B 7 @ 3 / 4 B 3 @ G 3 / @ A = 4 A 3 @ D 7 1 3 b / D 7 2 3 < 8 = G 3 2 ) ? C / @ 3 / < 1 7 < 5 / < 2 E / A / 1 / : : 3 @ 4 = @ ; / < G ) ? C / @ 3 / < 1 7 < 5 5 @ = C > A b 3 : = D 3 2 B = B @ / D 3 : / < 2 A > 3 < 2 B 7 ; 3 E 7 B 6 6 7 A 4 / ; 7 : G b J 3 E / A / 3 / 1 = < / < 2 ; 3 ; 0 3 @ = 4 3 B 6 : 3 6 3 ; / > B 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 b 3 : = D 3 2 B 6 3 # = @ 2 6 7 A 4 / ; 7 : G / < 2 E / A > @ = C 2 B = A 3 @ D 3 6 7 A 1 = C < B @ G b J 3 E / A > @ 3 1 3 2 3 2 7 < 2 3 / B 6 0 G B 6 3 : = D 3 = 4 6 7 A : 7 4 3 = 4 G 3 / @ A # / 3 @ < 3 ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ b J ) C @ D 7 D = @ A 7 < 1 : C 2 3 = < 3 2 / C 5 6 B 3 @ / ; 3 / C 1 6 / ; > ( 7 1 9 # / 9 3 7 B G : / b = < 3 A = < / D 7 2 ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ @ b 7 ; 3 < A / 1 = : / : / b 4 = C @ 5 @ / < 2 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < 3 / B 6 3 @ # / E @ 3 E # / 9 3 7 B G : / b @ 3 G 3 / C 1 6 / ; > / @ : 3 3 # / 9 3 7 B G : / b / D 7 2 ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ ) / @ / 6 3 < A / 1 = : / : / b C A B 7 < ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ @ 7 / < < / 3 < A / 1 = : / : / b 5 @ 3 / B 5 @ / < 2 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < @ 3 E # / E / < 2 ( 7 : 3 G # / E # / 9 3 7 B G : / b / G : = @ ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ / < 2 # C 9 3 ) 3 1 9 7 < 5 3 @ 3 < A / 1 = : / : / b b J C < 3 @ / : ) 3 @ D 7 1 3 A E 7 : : 0 3 6 3 : 2 = < 6 C @ A 2 / G & 1 B b f f n r / B f > b ; b / B 6 3 7 @ A B / > B 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 7 < 6 7 B 3 ) > @ 7 < 5 A : / b E 7 B 6 ( 3 D b # = E 3 : : & M A B 3 3 < = 4 4 7 1 7 / B 7 < 5 / < 2 / A A 7 A B 3 2 0 G @ = B 6 3 @ = 3 ) 6 7 D 3 @ b J < B 3 @ ; 3 < B E 7 : : 4 = : : = E / B / ; > @ / < 1 6 3 ; 3 B 3 @ G 7 < 3 < = / : / b E G B 6 @ = C 5 6 6 7 B 3 ) > @ 7 < 5 A # 3 4 B = < E G r f # 3 4 B = < r B 6 : D 2 b 1 3 ; 3 B 3 @ G E 7 : : 0 3 = < B 6 3 @ 7 5 6 B b ; 7 : 3 A > / A B 4 7 @ 3 A B / B 7 = < b J 7 A 7 B / B 7 = < E 7 B 6 B 6 3 4 / ; 7 : G E / A 6 3 : 2 = < 3 2 < 3 A 2 / G & 1 B b f r f n r 4 @ = ; > b ; b / B B 6 3 4 C < 3 @ / : 6 = ; 3 b J & ( ) # % + % ( # & $ r ) = C B 6 + ) E G # / 9 3 7 B G : / b r f b : 3 / A 3 A 3 < 2 E = @ 2 A = 4 : = D 3 / < 2 1 = ; 4 = @ B B = B 6 3 4 / ; 7 : G / B E E E b 5 / B 3 E / G 4 = @ 3 A B : / E < b 1 = ; b r K D 3 @ G ) 1 @ 7 > B C @ 3 7 A = 2 0 @ 3 / B 6 3 2 5 7 D 3 < 0 G 7 A 7 < A > 7 @ / B 7 = < / < 2 > @ = 4 7 B / 0 : 3 4 = @ 7 < A B @ C 1 B 7 = < 4 = @ @ 3 > @ = = 4 / < 2 1 = < D 7 1 B 7 = < = 4 A 7 < 4 = @ 1 = @ @ 3 1 B 7 = < = 4 3 @ @ = @ / < 2 2 7 A 1 7 > : 7 < 3 7 < = 0 3 2 7 3 < 1 3 / < 2 4 = @ B @ / 7 < 7 < 5 7 < @ 7 5 6 B 3 = C A < 3 A A B 6 / B 7 A 6 = : G : 7 D 7 < 5 7 < 1 = < 4 = @ ; 7 B G = 4 = 2 A E 7 : : 7 < B 6 = C 5 6 B > C @ > = A 3 / < 2 / 1 B 7 = < A = B 6 / B B 6 3 ; / < = 4 = 2 ; / G 0 3 1 = ; > : 3 B 3 / < 2 > @ = 4 7 1 7 3 < B E 3 : : 4 7 B B 3 2 / < 2 B 6 = @ = C 5 6 : G 3 ? C 7 > > 3 2 4 = @ 3 D 3 @ G 5 = = 2 E = @ 9 L 7 ; = B 6 G r ; > : 7 4 7 3 2 7 0 : 3 b ) / B / < 6 / A E = @ 9 3 2 = D 3 @ B 7 ; 3 B 6 @ = C 5 6 = C B B 6 3 / 5 3 A B = ; / 9 3 : 7 5 6 B = 4 / < 2 2 7 A > 3 : B 6 3 / C B 6 = @ 7 B G = 4 = 2 A E = @ 2 6 3 7 0 : 3 b 3 6 / A 1 = < D 7 < 1 3 2 ; / < G > 3 = > : 3 B 6 / B 7 B 7 A ; / < A B 6 = C 5 6 B / < 2 1 / < < = B 0 3 B @ C 3 0 3 1 / C A 3 ; / < > 3 < < 3 2 7 B b 6 3 7 0 : 3 E / A E @ 7 B B 3 < = D 3 @ / > 3 @ 7 = 2 = 4 / 0 = C B n n G 3 / @ A 0 G n 2 7 4 4 3 @ 3 < B / C B 6 = @ A / < 2 = < B 6 @ 3 3 1 = < B 7 < 3 < B A b B 1 = < B / 7 < A 0 = = 9 A r 7 < B 6 3 = : 2 3 A B / ; 3 < B f 7 < B 6 3 % 3 E 3 A B / ; 3 < B b 6 3 G E 3 @ 3 E @ 7 B B 3 < C < 2 3 @ 5 @ 3 / B : G D / @ G 7 < 5 1 7 @ 1 C ; A B / < 1 3 A G 3 B B 6 3 @ 3 7 A C < 7 B G 7 < / : : B 6 3 A 3 0 = = 9 A b 6 3 7 0 : 3 7 A = < 3 0 = = 9 b A / @ = : 2 @ 7 0 0 : 3 = < 1 3 A / 7 2 K = C ; / G 1 C B 7 < / < G E 6 3 @ 3 / < 2 G = C E 7 : : 4 7 < 2 B 6 3 A B @ 3 / ; = 4 > @ = 5 @ 3 A A 7 D 3 @ 3 D 3 : / B 7 = < B 6 / B 7 B 4 C : 4 7 : : 3 2 7 < 6 @ 7 A B b 6 / B C < 7 4 7 3 A B 6 3 ) 1 @ 7 > B C @ 3 / < 2 7 A 3 D 7 2 3 < 1 3 B 6 / B B 6 3 7 0 : 3 7 A = 4 2 7 D 7 < 3 = @ 7 5 7 < b B E = C : 2 0 3 7 ; > = A A 7 0 : 3 4 @ = ; B 6 7 A C < 7 B G B = 0 3 = 0 B / 7 < 3 2 B 6 @ = C 5 6 / ; 3 @ 3 : G 6 C ; / < 1 = < B @ 7 D / < 1 3 = D 3 @ A C 1 6 / : = < 5 > 3 @ 7 = 2 L b % = B 3 / @ = : 2 @ 7 0 0 : 3 / B B 3 < 2 3 2 = : C ; 0 7 / = : : 3 5 3 7 < # / 9 3 7 B G E 6 3 @ 3 6 7 A 4 / B 6 3 @ 3 < @ G 7 A 3 @ 7 0 0 : 3 E / A > @ 3 A 7 2 3 < B b < C < 3 = 4 f 6 3 ; / @ @ 7 3 2 % 3 : : 3 # = C 7 A 3 C B 1 6 = 4 # / 9 3 7 B G b 3 E 3 < B = < B = A / G K G 7 < A > 7 @ / B 7 = < = 4 B 6 3 ) 1 @ 7 > B C @ 3 A E 3 ; 3 / < B 6 3 2 7 D 7 < 3 5 C 7 2 / < 1 3 = 4 B 6 = A 3 E 6 = E @ = B 3 B 6 3 @ 3 1 = @ 2 b 6 3 7 < 4 7 < 7 B 3 = 2 1 6 = A 3 6 C ; / < 1 6 / < < 3 : A 6 C ; / < 7 < B 3 : : 3 1 B / < 2 3 F > 3 @ 7 3 < 1 3 B 6 @ = C 5 6 E 6 7 1 6 B = > = C @ = C B 7 A B @ C B 6 B = / : : ; 3 < b = < 2 @ = C A 5 7 4 B = 4 = 2 B = ; / < 7 A 7 A 7 < A > 7 @ 3 2 = @ 2 6 3 @ 3 7 A / A 3 < A 3 7 < E 6 7 1 6 B 6 3 @ 3 E 3 @ 3 ; / < G / C B 6 = @ A / < 2 / A 3 < A 3 7 < E 6 7 1 6 B 6 3 @ 3 E / A = < 3 / C B 6 = @ b = 6 < # C 9 3 $ / B B 6 3 E A / 7 / 6 / < 2 = B 6 3 @ A E @ = B 3 A 3 > / @ / B 3 0 = = 9 A G 3 B B 6 3 = : G ) > 7 @ 7 B E / A B 6 3 5 C 7 2 7 < 5 / C B 6 = @ = 4 / : : B 6 3 0 = = 9 A B 6 / B 5 = B = ; / 9 3 C > B 6 3 = < 3 7 0 : 3 b 6 7 : 3 E 3 ; / G < = B 9 < = E B 6 3 > @ = 1 3 A A B 6 @ = C 5 6 E 6 7 1 6 B 6 3 E @ 7 B 3 @ A E 3 @ 3 5 7 D 3 < 7 < A > 7 @ 3 2 5 C 7 2 / < 1 3 E 3 2 = 9 < = E B 6 / B 7 B E / A E @ = C 5 6 B B 6 @ = C 5 6 B 6 3 7 @ 3 F > 3 @ 7 3 < 1 3 E 7 B 6 = 2 b = 2 0 @ 3 / B 6 3 2 7 < B = B 6 3 ; 7 A ) > 7 @ 7 B / < 2 B 6 3 G E @ = B 3 / A 3 2 7 @ 3 1 B 3 2 b < B 6 3 7 @ 3 F > 3 @ 7 3 < 1 3 B 6 3 A / ; 3 3 A A 3 < B 7 / : 3 : 3 ; 3 < B A E 3 @ 3 7 < D = : D 3 2 B 6 / B / @ 3 > @ 3 A 3 < B 7 < 3 D 3 @ G 6 @ 7 A B 7 / < 3 F > 3 @ 7 3 < 1 3 b C B = 2 6 / 2 / A > 3 1 7 / : > C @ > = A 3 B = 0 3 / 1 1 = ; > : 7 A 6 3 2 B 6 @ = C 5 6 B 6 3 ; / < 2 B 6 / B 1 / : : 3 2 4 = @ A > 3 1 7 / : 5 C 7 2 / < 1 3 b L A / : ; r r K G B 6 3 E = @ 2 = 4 B 6 3 # = @ 2 B 6 3 6 3 / D 3 < A E 3 @ 3 ; / 2 3 / < 2 / : : B 6 3 6 = A B = 4 B 6 3 ; 0 G B 6 3 0 @ 3 / B 6 = 4 7 A ; = C B 6 L % b 4 0 G 7 A E = @ 2 3 1 = C : 2 A > 3 / 9 B 6 3 C < 7 D 3 @ A 3 7 < B = 3 F 7 A B 3 < 1 3 3 1 / < A C @ 3 : G > @ = B 3 1 B 7 A = : G E = @ 2 B 6 @ = C 5 6 = C B B 6 3 / 5 3 A b : : B @ / < A : / B 7 = < A A 6 = C : 2 0 3 1 = ; > / @ 3 2 B = B 6 3 = @ 7 5 7 < / : B 3 F B b & < 3 A 6 = C : 2 < 3 D 3 @ A B @ / G 4 / @ 4 @ = ; B 6 3 7 < 5 / ; 3 A 3 @ A 7 = < b 6 3 7 0 : 3 A / G A = 4 3 A C A K < B 6 3 0 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 E / A B 6 3 = @ 2 / < 2 B 6 3 = @ 2 E / A E 7 B 6 = 2 / < 2 B 6 3 = @ 2 E / A = 2 b 3 E / A 7 < B 6 3 0 3 5 7 < < 7 < 5 E 7 B 6 = 2 b : : B 6 7 < 5 A E 3 @ 3 ; / 2 3 B 6 @ = C 5 6 7 ; / < 2 E 7 B 6 = C B 7 ; < = B 6 7 < 5 E / A ; / 2 3 L % ! = 6 < r b 7 A = @ 2 E 7 : : 0 3 = C @ 8 C 2 5 3 b @ C A B 7 ; B = 2 / G % = E % / = ; 7 6 / 2 / @ 3 : / B 7 D 3 = < 6 3 @ 6 C A 0 / < 2 M A A 7 2 3 4 @ = ; B 6 3 1 : / < = 4 : 7 ; 3 : 3 1 6 / ; / < = 4 A B / < 2 7 < 5 E 6 = A 3 < / ; 3 E / A = / H b < 2 ( C B 6 B 6 3 $ = / 0 7 B 3 A A A / 7 2 B = % / = ; 7 K # 3 B ; 3 5 = B = B 6 3 4 7 3 : 2 A / < 2 > 7 1 9 C > B 6 3 : 3 4 B = D 3 @ 5 @ / 7 < 0 3 6 7 < 2 / < G = < 3 7 < E 6 = A 3 3 G 3 A 4 7 < 2 4 / D = @ b L % / = ; 7 A / 7 2 B = 6 3 @ K = / 6 3 / 2 ; G 2 / C 5 6 B 3 @ b L A 7 B B C @ < 3 2 = C B A 6 3 4 = C < 2 6 3 @ A 3 : 4 E = @ 9 7 < 5 7 < / 4 7 3 : 2 0 3 : = < 5 7 < 5 B = = / H E 6 = E / A 4 @ = ; B 6 3 1 : / < = 4 : 7 ; 3 : 3 1 6 b L ( C B 6 f r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b < : 3 / D 7 < 5 6 3 @ 1 = C < B @ G 6 3 @ 4 / ; 7 : G / < 2 / : : B 6 / B E / A 4 / ; 7 : 7 / @ B = 6 3 @ 7 ; / 5 7 < 3 B 6 / B ( C B 6 4 3 : B : 7 9 3 A 6 3 6 / 2 0 3 3 < 7 < / E 6 7 @ : E 7 < 2 / < 2 < = E B 6 / B B 6 7 < 5 A 6 / D 3 A 3 B B : 3 2 2 = E < / 0 7 B A 6 3 : = = 9 A / @ = C < 2 / < 2 4 7 < 2 A 6 3 @ A 3 : 4 b b b E = @ 9 7 < 5 7 < / 4 7 3 : 2 B 6 / B 0 3 : = < 5 3 2 B = 6 3 @ : / B 3 4 / B 6 3 @ 7 < : / E M A @ 3 : / B 7 D 3 b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b 6 3 > 6 @ / A 3 K / A 7 B B C @ < 3 2 = C B L 7 A = 2 M A A > 3 1 7 / : B G I 3 7 A A = 7 < D = : D 3 2 7 < 6 = E B 6 7 < 5 A B C @ < = C B A E 3 E 7 : : A 3 3 : / B 3 @ = < 7 < = C @ A B = @ G 4 7 < 2 7 < 5 6 3 @ A 3 : 4 7 < = / H M A 4 7 3 : 2 7 A 5 = 7 < 5 B = 0 3 / > 7 D = B / : > = 7 < B 7 < 6 = E ( C B 6 M A : 7 4 3 B C @ < A = C B b 6 3 = = 9 = 4 1 B A f f 3 F > : / 7 < A 7 B B 6 7 A E / G K @ = ; = < 3 ; / < 3 = 2 ; / 2 3 3 D 3 @ G < / B 7 = < = 4 ; 3 < B 6 / B B 6 3 G A 6 = C : 2 7 < 6 / 0 7 B B 6 3 E 6 = : 3 3 / @ B 6 / < 2 3 2 3 B 3 @ ; 7 < 3 2 B 6 3 B 7 ; 3 A A 3 B 4 = @ B 6 3 ; / < 2 B 6 3 3 F / 1 B > : / 1 3 A E 6 3 @ 3 B 6 3 G A 6 = C : 2 : 7 D 3 b = 2 2 7 2 B 6 7 A A = B 6 / B ; 3 < E = C : 2 A 3 3 9 7 ; / < 2 > 3 @ 6 / > A @ 3 / 1 6 = C B 4 = @ 7 ; / < 2 4 7 < 2 7 ; B 6 = C 5 6 3 7 A < = B 4 / @ 4 @ = ; 3 / 1 6 = < 3 = 4 C A b L < = B 6 3 @ E = @ 2 A = 2 2 7 1 B / B 3 2 3 F / 1 B : G B 6 3 5 3 < 3 @ / B 7 = < E 3 E = C : 2 0 3 0 = @ < / < 2 B 6 3 < 1 / @ 3 4 C : : G > : / 1 3 2 C A 7 < B 6 3 : = 1 / B 7 = < / < 2 1 7 @ 1 C ; A B / < 1 3 A E 6 3 @ 3 E 3 E = C : 2 6 / D 3 B 6 3 0 3 A B > = A A 7 0 7 : 7 B G = 4 4 7 < 2 7 < 5 7 ; b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b J = < B / 1 B < 5 7 3 E 7 B 6 ? C 3 A B 7 = < A = @ 1 = ; ; 3 < B A / B / < 5 7 3 : / < 2 r E 7 < 2 A B @ 3 / ; b < 3 B n f b r n t f f n t t 6 3 7 @ A B $ 3 B 6 = 2 7 A B 6 C @ 1 6 7 < / A > 3 @ M A 1 : = B 6 3 A 1 : = A 3 B 7 A 4 @ = ; > b ; b ) / B C @ 2 / G & 1 B b f b B 7 A = > 3 < B = 3 D 3 @ G = < 3 / < 2 B 6 3 @ 3 7 A < = 1 6 / @ 5 3 b 6 3 : = 1 / B 7 = < 7 A n 3 < B @ / : D 3 b r f r n b t n f / : / B 7 / < A = @ B 6 @ = C 5 6 B 6 3 ) > 7 @ 7 B E 3 3 / 5 3 @ : G / E / 7 B 0 G 4 / 7 B 6 B 6 3 @ 7 5 6 B 3 = C A < 3 A A 4 = @ E 6 7 1 6 E 3 6 = > 3 b = @ 7 < 6 @ 7 A B 3 A C A < 3 7 B 6 3 @ 1 7 @ 1 C ; 1 7 A 7 = < < = @ C < 1 7 @ 1 C ; 1 7 A 7 = < 6 / A / < G D / : C 3 b 6 3 = < : G B 6 7 < 5 B 6 / B 1 = C < B A 7 A 4 / 7 B 6 3 F > @ 3 A A 7 < 5 7 B A 3 : 4 B 6 @ = C 5 6 : = D 3 b 6 3 / : / B 7 / < A 6 / 2 0 3 3 < 6 = = 2 E 7 < 9 3 2 0 G / 5 @ = C > = 4 @ 3 : 7 5 7 = C A B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A E 6 = 6 / 2 B 6 3 = A > 3 : 0 / 1 9 E / @ 2 A b 6 3 A 3 B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A A / 7 2 K 4 G = C E / < B B = 0 3 A / D 3 2 0 3 : 7 3 D 3 7 < B 6 3 # = @ 2 3 A C A 6 @ 7 A B / < 2 / : A = A B / @ B 2 = 7 < 5 5 = = 2 E = @ 9 A b 6 3 < G = C @ 4 / 7 B 6 > : C A 5 = = 2 E = @ 9 A E 7 : : A / D 3 G = C b L C B / C : / < 2 B 6 3 = @ 2 = 4 = 2 A / 7 2 B 6 / B 7 4 G = C E / < B B = 0 3 A / D 3 2 0 3 : 7 3 D 3 = < B 6 3 # = @ 2 3 A C A 6 @ 7 A B / < 2 G = C E 7 : : 0 3 A / D 3 2 6 3 < B 6 3 5 = = 2 E = @ 9 A E 7 : : 1 = ; 3 0 3 1 / C A 3 = < 1 3 G = C 0 3 1 = ; 3 / 1 6 7 : 2 = 4 = 2 G = C M : : A B / @ B B = / 1 B : 7 9 3 / 1 6 7 : 2 = 4 = 2 b < 1 = @ @ 3 1 B / 7 B 6 > : C A = @ 9 A 3 ? C / : A ) / : D / B 7 = < = @ @ 3 1 B / 7 B 6 3 ? C / : A ) / : D / B 7 = < / < 2 5 = = 2 E = @ 9 A E 7 : : 1 = ; 3 & < 3 = 4 B 6 = A 3 E = @ 9 A B 6 / B B 6 3 4 / : A 3 B 3 / 1 6 3 @ A 9 3 > B > @ = ; = B 7 < 5 E / A 1 7 @ 1 C ; 1 7 A 7 = < b < / A B @ / < 5 3 E / G / : : @ 3 : 7 5 7 = < B @ 7 3 A B = 1 C B > / @ B = 4 6 C ; / < 7 B G / E / G 4 @ = ; > 3 = > : 3 b 6 7 A 7 A < = B = 2 M A C : B 7 ; / B 3 > : / < 4 = @ 6 7 A 1 6 7 : 2 @ 3 < b 3 1 @ 3 / B 3 2 6 C ; / < A 7 < 7 A 7 ; / 5 3 b ) = E 6 3 < E 3 M @ 3 0 3 7 < 5 6 C ; / < / A 6 3 7 < B 3 < 2 3 2 E 3 M @ 3 1 : = A 3 @ B = 7 A 7 ; / 5 3 b ( 3 : 7 5 7 = < 9 < = E A B 6 / B B 6 = A 3 < / B C @ / : > / A A 7 = < A / < 2 2 3 A 7 @ 3 A / @ 3 = C B = 4 1 = < B @ = : b ( 3 : 7 5 7 = < C < 2 3 @ A B / < 2 A B 6 / B > 3 = > : 3 M A > / A A 7 = < A : 3 / 2 B = ; 7 A 3 @ G b C B @ 3 : 7 5 7 = < B @ 7 3 A B = @ 3 ; = D 3 / : : > / A A 7 = < / < 2 2 3 A 7 @ 3 B 6 @ = C 5 6 6 C ; / < 3 4 4 = @ B b @ G 7 < 5 B = 3 : 7 ; 7 < / B 3 = @ A C > > @ 3 A A G = C @ 6 C ; / < > / A A 7 = < E 7 : : ; / 9 3 G = C : 3 A A B 6 / < 6 C ; / < G = C M : : 0 3 : 3 A A B 6 / < E 6 / B = 2 7 < B 3 < 2 3 2 G = C B = 0 3 b 3 A C A 1 / ; 3 < = B B = @ 3 ; = D 3 / : : > / A A 7 = < A 0 C B B = @ 3 > : / 1 3 B 6 3 ; / < 2 B 6 3 7 @ 4 = 1 C A b ) 7 ; = < 3 B 3 @ 7 : : C A B @ / B 3 2 B 6 7 A E 6 3 < 6 3 A B = = 2 0 3 4 = @ 3 B 6 3 1 @ = E 2 7 < 1 B A f / < 2 > @ 3 / 1 6 3 2 B 6 3 = A > 3 : b E 6 7 : 3 3 / @ : 7 3 @ 6 3 E / A D 7 = : 3 < B : G 6 / 1 9 7 < 5 = 4 4 B 6 3 3 / @ = 4 A = ; 3 = < 3 B @ G 7 < 5 B = / @ @ 3 A B 3 A C A b 6 3 = : G ) > 7 @ 7 B 2 7 2 < M B B / 9 3 / E / G 6 7 A > / A A 7 = < / B 3 > 3 @ A = < / : 7 B G 0 C B @ 3 4 = 1 C A 3 2 7 B b < A B 3 / 2 = 4 1 C B B 7 < 5 = 4 4 3 / @ A E 7 B 6 6 7 A = E < A E = @ 2 6 3 E / A < = E > 7 3 @ 1 7 < 5 6 3 / @ B A E 7 B 6 B 6 3 ) E = @ 2 = 4 B 6 3 ) > 7 @ 7 B 1 B A f r A / G A E 6 3 < B 6 3 > 3 = > : 3 6 3 / @ 2 B 6 3 = @ 2 = 4 = 2 B 6 @ = C 5 6 3 B 3 @ K b b b B 6 3 G E 3 @ 3 1 C B B = B 6 3 6 3 / @ B b b b L / C : / : A = 2 7 2 < M B 8 C A B 0 3 1 = ; 3 / > / A A 7 = < : 3 A A @ = 0 = B E 6 3 < 3 A C A 1 6 / < 5 3 2 6 7 A : 7 4 3 b / : / B 7 / < A C A 3 A E = @ 2 A : 7 9 3 K 3 / 5 3 @ : G L K 6 = > 3 L / < 2 K : = D 3 b L 6 3 A 3 / @ 3 E = @ 2 A = 4 3 ; 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Ronald Pruter Home: 386-938-5912 Church: 386-792-3267 Morning Service: Sunday School.....................10:00 a.m. Worship.................................11:00 a.m. Childrens Church.................11:00 a.m. Evening Training Union...........6:00 p.m. Worship...................................7:00 p.m. Wednesday Worship...................................7:00 p.m. 822913 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

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5 8 9 6 7 = > = 1 8 ; 2 = B 1 2 ; 6 7 ? 2 < & 2 1 2 ; ; B 8 > > 5 5 ; + 8 ; 6 6 + ; < 8 1 7 5 8 B 7 7 7 B 7 2 5 < 7 A > = 2 ? 2 ; = 8 ; # > < 7 6 < B / = ; = 1 6 5 @ < < ; ? # 7 = 8 ; 8 7 = / 8 ; < 9 8 4 8 7 ? ; 2 = B 8 / 2 < < > < 2 7 5 > 2 7 0 > = 2 8 7 @ = ; 2 < < > < 2 = 2 C 7 < 7 < > ; 7 7 0 6 2 7 0 # . ; 5 = < = 8 ; B + 5 8 @ $ 1 7 2 = @ < = 2 6 = 8 7 7 8 > 7 = 1 1 6 + ; < 1 8 2 < / 8 ; 2 7 2 ? 2 > 5 7 + > < 2 7 < < 9 ; = 7 ; < 8 / = 1 B ; @ 1 8 ; 7 8 6 2 7 = + B = 1 9 > + 5 2 7 = 1 7 ? 8 = 8 7 + B = 1 1 6 + ; + 8 ; > < 2 7 < < 8 / = 1 B ; / 8 ; n b t @ 7 = = 8 # > @ 7 7 . & 5 5 B 5 = ; 2 8 8 9 ; = 2 ? # & $ 1 @ ; @ < , 9 = + B 8 6 6 > 7 2 = B 5 = 2 8 7 < 7 0 ; $ 8 6 $ > 4 B ? ; = 1 B ; < 6 < B < 2 # & 9 ; 8 ? 2 0 7 ; = 8 ; / 8 ; = 1 5 B / 8 ; 2 / . ? 7 = 9 ; / 8 ; 6 . 5 = ; 2 5 < / = B 9 ; < 7 = = 2 8 7 < / 8 ; = 1 / 2 ; . 9 ; = 6 7 = / 2 ; < = ; < 9 8 7 ; < 7 ; = = 6 9 ; = 2 2 9 = 2 7 = 1 n 7 7 7 > 5 6 ; 0 7 B ; 9 ; 7 < < A 9 8 9 ; < 7 = < / = B 9 ; 8 0 ; 6 < = 8 = 1 < = > 7 = < = # 8 > = 1 6 2 5 = 8 7 7 8 7 = 7 2 7 ; 2 8 < = 8 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B 6 ; 0 7 B 7 0 6 7 = / 8 ; = 1 ? 8 5 > 7 = . ; / 2 ; . 9 ; = 6 7 = $ 1 B 5 < 8 8 < 9 8 7 < 8 ; = 1 5 4 + ; ; B 2 A ; 1 2 5 2 8 8 4 8 / / 7 8 = 1 ; ? 7 = < = 1 ; 8 > 0 1 8 > = = 1 B ; 6 < B $ > 4 B 5 < 8 ; 0 > 5 ; 5 B = = 7 < 8 > 7 = B 8 6 6 2 < < 2 8 7 7 7 = ; 9 ; 2 < ) 8 7 6 . = 2 7 0 < 7 @ 8 ; 4 < 5 8 < 5 B @ 2 = 1 = 1 8 7 8 6 2 ? 5 8 9 6 7 = > = 1 8 ; 2 = B 8 7 9 ; 8 3 = < < @ 5 5 < @ 2 = 1 8 ; = 1 5 8 ; 2 8 ; 4 / 8 ; . ? 5 8 9 6 7 = 8 ; @ 2 5 5 + ; = 2 ; 2 7 0 2 7 7 n b t f 7 @ 2 5 5 + < > , . + B 2 7 ; ; = 1 B 8 8 < = ; / ; 8 6 # > 7 < = 2 8 7 < @ 1 8 @ < = 1 n b t n ; 2 9 2 7 = 1 = 1 1 8 7 8 ; 8 / 9 ; < 7 = 2 7 0 = 1 7 2 ? 2 > 5 8 / = 1 ( ; @ ; = 8 ; + ; 2 5 5 2 6 < @ 1 8 6 < 1 < 2 1 < + . 7 = 2 ? 5 B 2 7 ? 8 5 ? 2 7 8 6 6 > 7 2 = B 9 ; 8 3 = < < > 1 < = 1 < 9 ; 2 = B ; 4 1 8 5 2 B 5 2 0 1 = 2 7 0 = 1 5 4 + ; ; B 2 A ; # @ . = < = 1 # = ; . = < 7 = 1 1 2 5 2 8 8 4 8 / / D ; + 5 < < = 8 1 ? 1 ; 2 7 8 > ; 8 6 6 > 7 2 = B 7 6 + 5 < < = 8 1 ? 1 ; < 2 = = 2 7 0 7 A = = 8 6 8 7 = 1 + 8 ; E < 2 8 < = ; 6 < B 8 / / ; < 9 2 5 ; 8 0 7 2 = 2 8 7 = 8 8 ; 9 8 ; = 2 = 2 C 7 @ 1 8 6 < 1 < 2 6 4 < 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B + = = ; 9 5 / 8 ; ? ; B 8 7 D 8 = < 1 8 ; 9 1 2 = # 9 ; 2 7 0 < 2 < = 1 5 ; 0 < = 2 7 > < = ; B 2 7 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B @ 2 = 1 8 ? ; b b 6 9 5 8 B . < 8 7 = ; 2 + > = 2 7 0 9 9 ; 8 A 2 6 = 5 B 6 2 5 5 2 8 7 8 5 5 ; < = 8 5 8 5 8 7 = ; = 8 ; < 7 ? 7 8 ; < 2 7 2 = 2 8 7 = 8 8 7 = ; 2 + > = 2 7 0 t t 6 2 5 5 2 8 7 2 7 = 8 = 5 = A ; ? 7 > = 8 = 1 8 > 7 = B E < 2 6 < B 8 = < 1 8 ; 9 6 < B < 2 1 < 8 7 = = 8 6 7 B 8 > 7 = B 9 ; 8 3 = < < > 1 < b b b b b / 8 ; = 1 1 2 = # 9 ; 2 7 0 < 2 + ; ; B f b b b b / 8 ; = 1 # $ 9 ; 8 0 ; 6 / 8 ; 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B # 1 8 8 5 < t b b b b = 8 = 1 5 8 5 1 9 = ; b b b b / 8 ; & = ; 7 < 6 8 ; 2 5 ; 4 r b b b / 8 ; = 1 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B # 1 ; 2 / / < A 9 5 8 ; ; ; 8 0 ; 6 7 6 8 ; ; 7 = 5 B r b b b b = 8 = 1 . 7 7 2 7 0 < > + 5 2 2 + ; ; B $ 1 B ; 5 < 8 2 7 ? 8 5 ? @ 2 = 1 2 @ 7 2 < % 7 2 = B = 1 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B > = 2 8 7 8 > 7 = 2 8 7 7 5 8 ; 2 * = @ B 8 8 7 4 D @ 8 > 5 5 2 4 = 8 9 ; < 8 7 5 5 B = 1 7 4 2 4 2 5 5 2 6 < / 8 ; 1 2 < < ; ? 2 < = 8 8 > ; 8 > 7 = B 7 = 8 8 > ; 1 6 + ; E < 2 6 < B / = ; ; 2 ? 2 7 0 1 2 < ; 8 0 7 2 = 2 8 7 9 5 : > 2 5 5 2 6 < < 2 D $ 1 6 3 8 ; 2 = B 8 / = 1 9 ; 8 3 = < @ 8 2 7 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B @ 8 2 7 9 ; = 7 ; < 1 2 9 @ 2 = 1 = 1 8 ; 8 / 8 > 7 = B 8 6 6 2 < < 2 8 7 ; < 7 @ 2 = 1 8 > ; 5 8 5 2 = B 0 8 ? ; 7 6 7 = < 8 > 5 7 = 8 < 8 6 8 / = 1 = 1 2 7 0 < @ 8 @ 2 = 1 8 > = = 1 2 ; < < 2 < = 7 = 8 + ; 2 7 0 = 1 < = 1 2 7 0 < = 8 8 > ; = = 7 = 2 8 7 7 < 8 6 = 2 6 < = 8 + ; 2 7 0 = 1 6 = 8 8 > ; = = 7 = 2 8 7 0 2 7 E 1 < 6 2 5 2 7 0 8 < = ; = 1 7 2 7 ? 2 = . ? ; B 8 7 = 8 = 1 2 ; > 9 8 6 2 7 0 ? 7 = < 7 $ > < B 8 ? n = 1 2 = B 8 / < 9 ; @ 2 5 5 1 8 5 = 1 2 ; 7 7 > 5 5 2 0 1 = 2 7 0 ; 6 8 7 B = = 1 9 ; 4 D 5 < 8 6 + > < @ @ 2 5 5 + 8 2 7 0 2 = 2 8 7 = 8 < 8 6 8 7 @ 5 8 < = 5 < = B ; @ 1 8 @ < 7 ; 7 ; = 8 > < E < 2 8 < = ; # @ . = < = 1 # = ; . = < @ 2 5 5 8 9 7 = 1 1 8 5 2 B < < 8 7 8 7 7 < B 8 ? b D 8 9 / > 5 5 B 5 5 8 / 8 > ; 5 8 5 + > < 2 7 < < < ? 7 8 ; < 7 1 > ; 1 < @ 2 5 5 9 ; = 2 2 9 = E 8 < = ; < 2 D $ 1 2 < 2 < @ 1 ; B 8 > 7 < 1 8 @ B 8 > ; @ ; < 7 < 1 8 9 5 8 5 6 + 2 0 + 5 2 ? ; 2 7 < 1 8 9 9 2 7 0 5 8 5 E $ 1 = < 6 . ? 7 2 7 0 = 1 7 7 > 5 1 ; 2 < = 6 < ; @ 2 5 5 @ 2 7 = 1 2 7 0 < > 9 $ 1 7 2 7 7 > ; B = 1 7 7 > 5 1 2 5 2 8 8 4 8 / / @ 2 5 5 4 2 4 8 / / 7 8 = 1 ; A 2 = 2 7 0 B ; / 8 ; = 1 1 6 + ; 8 < = ; = 1 7 : > 8 = 8 1 7 7 B > 5 5 ; < B 2 7 0 D 5 8 ? B 8 > 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B E < 8 6 + ; 6 8 6 7 = @ < ; < ; ? / = ; = 1 2 7 7 ; / 8 ; / 8 ; 6 ; 1 6 + ; 6 6 + ; n f B ; 8 5 $ 8 7 B D $ E 0 + > ; 7 @ 1 8 5 8 < = 1 2 < 5 2 / 2 7 = ; 0 2 , ; , 2 7 = 8 7 1 ; 2 < = 6 < ? n b t n D @ < + 8 ; 6 6 + ; ? 2 9 ; < 2 7 = 7 + 8 ? 5 5 8 > ; / ; 2 7 E < 2 6 < B D $ 5 8 ? 1 2 < 8 6 6 > 7 2 = B 1 2 < / ; 2 7 < 7 1 2 < 3 8 + + > = + 8 ? 5 5 1 5 8 ? = 1 8 ; 5 8 ? = 8 5 > 0 1 7 2 / B 8 > < 9 7 = = 2 6 @ 2 = 1 1 2 6 B 8 > @ 8 > 5 5 > 0 1 = 8 8 = @ < 2 6 9 8 < < 2 + 5 7 8 = = 8 < 6 2 5 @ 1 7 B 8 > @ ; @ 2 = 1 1 2 6 @ < 0 ; = ; 8 5 6 8 5 / 8 ; 8 > ; B 8 > = 1 7 ? ; B = 1 2 7 0 1 2 1 2 @ 2 = 1 9 < < 2 8 7 @ < 1 > 0 9 ; = 8 / 8 > ; 8 > 7 = B 7 8 > ; 1 6 + ; 7 @ 8 7 = 2 7 > = 8 / . 5 1 2 < 5 8 < < E > = 8 / = 1 0 8 8 7 < < 8 / 1 2 < 1 ; = 6 < B < 2 $ 8 7 = = 1 6 = ; 2 5 < = 8 + > 2 5 = 1 = 2 ? 2 = B < 7 2 7 = 1 9 ; 4 5 < = B ; $ 8 1 8 7 8 ; 1 2 < 8 7 = ; 2 + > = 2 8 7 < = 1 1 6 + ; @ 2 5 5 + 9 5 2 7 0 6 ; 4 ; 2 7 / ; 8 7 = 8 / = 1 = 2 ? 2 = B < 7 2 7 = 1 9 ; 4 = 1 2 < B ; $ < 0 ; 7 9 ; 7 = < 7 B 7 ; = 1 0 + > ; 7 @ ; < 4 = 8 8 6 > 9 = 8 = 1 9 8 2 > 6 = 8 , 9 = 9 5 : > 2 7 1 2 < ; 6 6 + ; 7 $ 1 6 2 5 = 8 7 8 > 7 = B 2 0 1 # 1 8 8 5 > 5 2 7 ; B ; = < 9 ; = 6 7 = 2 < = 8 + 8 6 6 7 / 8 ; / 7 = < = 2 3 8 + < ; ? 2 7 0 5 2 2 8 > < 6 5 = 8 5 5 = 1 0 > < = < 8 7 < 2 < = 2 7 0 8 / = 7 ; + . / 6 < 1 9 8 = = 8 < 0 ; . 7 + 7 < ; 8 5 5 < = @ 8 5 2 2 8 > < < < ; = < 7 0 8 8 8 5 / < 1 2 8 7 < @ . = = = 1 = @ < 9 ; 9 ; + B ; = 1 7 8 0 ; < / ; 8 6 # > 0 ; > 6 9 5 2 7 < = ; 2 7 0 $ 1 < = > 7 = < < ; ? 2 7 0 = = 1 . ? 7 = @ ; ; 2 2 7 8 7 C 5 C ; 2 7 * 6 8 < < 7 2 > 0 8 7 5 2 7 8 7 7 ; 2 7 ; < 6 5 5 ? ; C 1 ; 5 2 < 1 8 1 7 < 8 7 $ B > ; ; B 7 $ 2 / / 7 B 5 = 8 7 $ 1 . ? 7 2 7 0 7 @ 2 = 1 = 1 ; / / 5 ; @ 2 7 0 < 7 < 2 5 7 = > = 2 8 7 @ 2 7 7 ; < $ & $ & $ t $ ! $ 8 7 = 2 7 > ; 8 6 0 t t n f r b f

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

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B H 5 > A C D = 4 C 4 ; ; 4 A 0 C > D A B 2 7 > > ; 0 ; ; > F 4 4 = 2 0 A = 8 E 0 ; t + 7 4 A 4 F 0 B 0 6 4 = C ; 4 < 0 = 8 = > D A 2 > < b < D = 8 C H 0 A 4 C 8 A 4 3 4 3 D 2 0 b C > A F 7 > 2 0 < 4 C > < H K 1 > > C 7 t C > ; 3 7 8 < 7 4 F > D ; 3 ; 8 E 4 C > 1 4 t D 4 B B 7 > F > ; 3 7 4 F 0 B 4 ; 0 D 6 7 4 3 B > 7 0 A 3 t 4 C > ; 3 < H 0 3 3 H 0 = 3 $ 0 < 0 0 = 3 C 7 4 H 0 ; ; 6 > C 0 1 8 6 ; 0 D 6 7 t A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A + A 8 2 : > A + A 4 0 C 8 = 6 t > < 4 5 > ; : B F 4 = C 0 ; ; > D C 5 > A C 7 4 2 7 8 ; b 3 A 4 = t A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A > = 4 2 > D ? ; 4 0 ; F 0 H B 7 0 3 0 1 4 0 D C 8 5 D ; ; H 3 4 2 > A 0 C 4 3 C 0 1 ; 4 F 8 C 7 0 ; ; : 8 = 3 B > 5 0 ; ; > F 4 4 = C A 4 0 C B t > F F 4 ; ; A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A C 7 0 C t C F 0 B C 7 4 ; 0 C 4 $ A t 0 = 3 $ A B t t t 4 0 6 ; 4 F 7 > ; 8 E 4 3 > = 4 B B > = C A 4 4 C t + 7 4 H F 4 = C 0 ; ; > D C > 5 C 7 4 2 7 8 ; 3 A 4 = F 7 > F 4 A 4 + A 8 2 : > A + A 4 0 C 8 = 6 t L A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A A 8 3 8 = 6 < H 7 > A B 4 C > > D A B 2 7 > > ; 0 ; ; > F 4 4 = 2 0 A = 8 E 0 ; t A > 3 4 7 4 A C > C 7 4 2 0 A = 8 E 0 ; 0 = 3 7 0 3 0 1 8 6 C 8 < 4 t A 4 0 C < 4 < > A 8 4 B t A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A 0 ; 0 3 H 8 = > D A 2 > < < D = 8 C H F 7 > F 0 B 0 = 4 G ? 4 A C B 4 0 < b B C A 4 B B t 4 A 2 7 8 ; 3 A 4 = 0 ; b F 0 H B F > = < > B C > 5 C 7 4 ? 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D A b 2 7 0 B 4 3 1 H 0 ; > C > 5 5 > ; : B C > 6 8 E 4 > D C > = 0 ; ; > F 4 4 = t N $ 0 A H 0 = 4 B O N + > > C B 8 4 ) > ; ; B O ? 8 4 2 4 B > 5 1 D 1 1 ; 4 6 D < N > 2 > = D C # > = 6 > H B O t 0 ; B > A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A 6 > 8 = 6 C > C 7 4 B C > A 4 F 8 C 7 0 @ D 0 A C 4 A > A > = 2 4 8 = 0 F 7 8 ; 4 5 8 5 C H 2 4 = C B t > < 4 b C 8 < 4 B F > D ; 3 B 4 ; ; 3 A 8 = : 1 > C C ; 4 B 5 > A C 7 4 3 4 ? > B 8 C 0 = 3 C 7 4 > F = 4 A F > D ; 3 6 8 E 4 0 B 0 2 : 5 D ; ; > 5 ? 4 = = H 2 0 = 3 H 5 > A ? 0 H < 4 = C t > > 3 < 4 < > A 8 4 B t A 4 2 0 ; ; 0 6 > > 3 5 A 8 4 = 3 > 5 < 8 = 4 F 7 > ; 8 E 4 3 > = 0 1 8 6 5 0 A < > D C B 8 3 4 > 5 C > F = t 8 B ? 0 A 4 = C B 0 ; b F 0 H B 7 0 3 0 7 0 H A 8 3 4 0 = 3 0 1 > = 5 8 A 4 0 = 3 7 8 B < > C 7 4 A < 0 3 4 7 > < 4 < 0 3 4 2 7 8 ; 8 7 > < 4 < 0 3 4 5 D 3 6 4 0 = 3 ? > ? 2 > A = 1 0 ; ; B t 4 F > D ; 3 6 > > = C 7 4 7 0 H A 8 3 4 0 = 3 2 > < 4 1 0 2 : 0 = 3 4 = b 9 > H 7 > C 2 7 > 2 > ; 0 C 4 t 0 ; F 0 H B 0 ? ? A 4 2 8 0 C 4 C 7 4 < 4 < > A 8 4 B B 7 0 A 4 3 1 H < H A 4 0 3 4 A B t 7 > ? 4 4 E 4 A H > = 4 7 0 B 0 F > = 3 4 A 5 D ; 5 0 ; ; B 4 0 b B > = 0 = 3 F 7 4 = C 7 > B 4 ; 8 C C ; 4 < > = B C 4 A B ? A 8 = 2 4 B B 4 B 0 = 3 6 7 > B C B 2 > < 4 + A 8 2 : > A + A 4 0 C 8 = 6 C > H > D A 7 > D B 4 > = C 7 4 4 E 4 = 8 = 6 > 5 & 2 C t r A 4 < 4 < 1 4 A < 4 < > A 8 4 B 0 A 4 8 = C 7 4 < 0 : 8 = 6 t A > < C 7 4 8 6 7 C $ 8 ; 4 C 8 ; ; > = C 7 4 > > 3 ? 4 2 : 4 A ) > D C 4 = > A C 7 > 5 7 8 C 4 ? A 8 = 6 B t t 8 B 7 8 = 6 H > D 0 ; ; 0 3 0 H 5 8 ; ; 4 3 F 8 C 7 9 > H ? 4 0 2 4 0 = 3 0 1 > E 4 0 ; ; ; > C B > 5 ; > E 4 0 = 3 ; 0 D 6 7 C 4 A t 0 ; ; > F 4 4 = 0 = 3 8 6 = 6 8 = 4 5 0 = B 6 4 C H > D A < > C > A B C D = 4 3 D ? 0 = 3 A 4 0 3 H 5 > A C 7 4 1 8 6 = = D 0 ; 0 ; ; > F 4 4 = 0 A C H 0 C + 7 4 ? 8 A 8 C > 5 C 7 4 D F 0 = = 4 4 $ D B 8 2 0 A : & $ & 2 C t f F 8 C 7 8 6 = 6 8 = 4 0 = 3 t > > A B C > C 7 4 $ D B 8 2 0 ; ; > ? 4 = 0 C D A b 3 0 H = 8 6 7 C & 2 C t f K 0 C ? t < t 5 > A 3 8 = = 4 A F 8 C 7 < D B 8 2 1 4 6 8 = = 8 = 6 0 C ? t < t 3 D ; C 2 > B C D < 4 2 > = C 4 B C F 8 C 7 < > A 4 C 7 0 = f n 8 = ? A 8 I 4 B B C 0 A C 8 = 6 0 C ? t < t 4 C H > D A 2 > B b C D < 4 ? ; 0 = = 4 3 0 = 3 2 > < 4 > = > D C 0 = 3 7 0 E 4 B > < 4 5 D = F 8 C 7 D B t 8 6 = 6 8 = 4 0 = 3 F 8 ; ; 1 4 8 = C 7 4 7 > D B 4 C > A > 2 : C 7 4 A 0 5 C 4 A B F 8 C 7 8 C B 1 8 6 B > D = 3 > 5 A > 2 : 7 4 0 E H < 4 C 0 ; ? > ? A > 2 : 0 = 3 2 ; 0 B B 8 2 A > 2 : t 4 > ? ; 4 9 D B C 2 0 = C K K 6 4 C 4 = > D 6 7 > 5 8 6 = 6 8 = 4 O B = 8 C A > D B 5 D 4 ; 4 3 B 7 > F B 0 = 3 7 8 6 7 4 = 4 A 6 H < D B 8 2 C 7 0 C 1 A 8 = 6 B 3 > F = C 7 4 7 > D B 4 = 8 6 7 C 0 5 C 4 A = 8 6 7 C t + 7 4 B 4 A > 0 3 F 0 A A 8 > A B C A 0 E 4 ; C 7 4 2 > D = C A H 1 A 8 = 6 8 = 6 C 7 4 ? 0 A C H F 8 C 7 2 A > F 3 5 0 E > A 8 C 4 B L + 7 0 C 8 A ; O B 0 A 4 0 : M L + D A = C & = M L 7 0 : 4 + 7 0 C + 7 8 = 6 M L 0 A C H # 8 : 4 ) > 2 : C 0 A M 0 = 3 L 8 B C 4 A $ 0 A H t M 8 6 = 6 8 = 4 7 0 B B 7 0 A 4 3 C 7 4 B C 0 6 4 F 8 C 7 D 2 : 2 7 4 A A H $ > b C > A 7 4 0 3 A 4 C $ 8 2 7 0 4 ; B 8 = 2 4 % 4 8 ; 7 0 A ; 8 4 0 = 8 4 ; B t r ? 4 2 8 0 ; + 4 3 % D b 6 4 = C 7 > > C 4 A 4 = = 8 = 6 B 0 = 3 2 > D = C ; 4 B B > C 7 4 A = 0 C 8 > = 0 ; 0 2 C B C > 0 < 0 B B 0 = 0 A < H > 5 6 4 0 A 7 4 0 3 B 1 8 : 4 A B 0 = 3 A 0 2 4 5 0 = B 5 A > < C 7 4 0 H C > = 0 0 = 3 C D A 6 8 B 1 8 : 4 A 0 ; ; 8 4 B 0 B F 4 ; ; 0 B % ) A 0 2 4 B t 8 6 = 6 8 = 4 O B C 7 A 4 4 0 ; 1 D < B f n n B ) > 2 : N = ) > ; ; $ 0 b 2 7 8 = 4 f n n B + 7 0 C 8 A ; 0 = 3 f n f B + D A = C & = 0 A 4 0 E 0 8 ; 0 1 ; 4 > = 8 + D = 4 B 0 = 3 < 0 b I > = $ r 0 = 3 0 C B 4 ; 4 2 C A 4 C 0 8 ; 4 A B t / > D < 8 6 7 C F 0 = C C > 6 4 C C 7 4 F 4 4 : 4 = 3 B C 0 A C 4 3 4 0 A ; H A 8 3 0 H & 2 C t f F 8 C 7 ; > 2 0 ; 1 0 = 3 4 = F 7 8 2 7 7 0 B < 0 3 4 8 C B < 0 A : > = C 7 4 < D B 8 2 F > A ; 3 8 = C 7 4 ; 0 B C 5 4 F H 4 0 A B t > > A B > ? 4 = A 8 3 0 H = 8 6 7 C 0 C ? t < t F 8 C 7 < D B 8 2 1 4 6 8 = = 8 = 6 0 C K ? t < t + 7 8 B % > A C 7 ; > A 8 3 0 1 0 = 3 8 B 5 8 ; ; 4 3 F 8 C 7 # 8 E 4 & 0 : 0 = 3 # 0 : 4 8 C H < D B 8 2 8 0 = B t 4 = 8 B 0 A > 2 : 0 = 3 < 4 C 0 ; 1 0 = 3 2 > < ? > B 4 3 > 5 ) 8 2 : ) 8 2 7 > F < 0 = b ; 4 0 3 E > 2 0 ; B 6 D 8 C 0 A 8 < > F < 0 = b 3 A D < B 1 0 2 : b D ? E > 2 0 ; B 8 A 1 H C 0 = ; 4 H b 6 D 8 C 0 A 1 0 2 : b D ? E > 2 0 ; B 0 = 3 ) H 0 = 0 ; : 4 A b 1 0 B B 8 B C 1 0 2 : b D ? E > b 2 0 ; B t + 7 4 1 0 = 3 O B 8 = 5 ; D 4 = 2 4 B A 0 = 6 4 5 A > < ) D B 7 0 = 3 A 4 0 < + 7 4 0 C 4 A C > C A 0 H 0 C B D = B 0 = 3 ) > B 4 B 0 = C 4 A 0 0 = 3 4 E 4 A H b C 7 8 = 6 8 = 1 4 C F 4 4 = t + 7 4 1 0 = 3 F 0 B 4 B C 0 1 b ; 8 B 7 4 3 8 = f n n 1 H 1 A > C 7 4 A B 8 < 0 = 3 ) 8 2 7 > F < 0 = 0 B 0 B < 0 ; ; 1 0 = 3 7 0 E 8 = 6 5 D = 8 = 0 ? A 0 2 C 8 2 4 A > > < t C 1 4 2 0 < 4 B 4 A 8 > D B 8 = f n n F 7 4 = C 7 4 H > ? 4 = 4 3 5 > A C 7 4 & $ O B ) > 2 : b % b 7 4 4 ; B 4 E 4 = C t + 7 4 1 0 = 3 ; 0 C 4 A A 4 ; 4 0 B 4 3 8 C B 5 8 A B C 3 4 < > 2 > = b C 0 8 = 8 = 6 C 7 4 B > = 6 B L 8 3 3 H ? M L % 4 E 4 A b 0 6 > M L = 5 > A 2 4 A M 0 = 3 L 0 2 4 # 8 : 4 + 7 0 C t M = ? 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f n r t t b n b Everything For Your Home Recovery Medical Equipment Oxygen (386 (386 North Florida Pharmacy b t n HOW YOU CAN LOWER YOUR RISK OF BREAST CANCER Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, second only to lung cancer. One in eight women is expected to develop breast cancer in her lifetime, and a recent survey by the Society for Womens Health Research found that 22 percent of women named breast cancer as the disease they fear most. The specter of breast cancer makes it no surprise that women are eager to seek various ways to reduce their risks of developing this potentially deadly disease. Though cancer treatments continue to evolve, there remains no cure for breast cancer or any other types of cancer. However, there are steps men and women can take to reduce their risks of developing breast cancer. In fact, the National Cancer Institute says avoiding breast cancer risk factors is the best path to prevention. Avoid exposure to radiation. Repeated exposure to radiation therapy used to treat illnesses like Hodgkins disease can increase a persons risk of breast cancer, particularly if treatments begin at an early age. Keep a healthy weight. Obesity increases the risk of breast cancer, particularly in postmenopausal women. Healthy eating and exercise can help women control their weight while reducing their risks of developing breast cancer and a number of other diseases. Scientists at The Mayo Clinic believe there is a link between estrogen production in fatty breast tissue and breast cancer. Get your exercise. Exercising four or more hours a week can lower breast cancer risk. Exercise need not be heavy lifting at the gym. Any moderate physical activity, from cycling to walking, can be effective. Exercise decreases hormone levels in the body that can impact breast cancer risk. Some studies indicate simply walking briskly for one to three hours per week can reduce a womans breast cancer risk by 18 percent. Eat a low-fat diet. The Womens Intervention Nutrition Study from the National Cancer Institute found that the highest rate of breast cancer reduction was among a group of women who ate a low-fat diet. Reduce alcohol consumption. Various studies have indicated that women who drink alcoholic beverages may develop cancer at a higher rate. Women who consume two to five drinks daily have a greater risk of developing breast cancer than those who abstain from alcohol. Weigh the risks of hormone replacement therapy. There are mixed reviews on hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, for postmenopausal women. There may be a link between long-term HRT and breast cancer, particularly when estrogen and progesterone are used in combination. Some doctors advise estrogenonly hormone therapy for women who have had a hysterectomy. Use of SERMs and aromatase inhibitors. Selective estrogen receptor modulators, or SERMs, are drugs that act like estrogen on some bodily tissues but block the effect of estrogen on other tissues. Aromatase i nhibitors decrease the amount of estrogen made by the body. Women with a high risk of breast cancer may benefit from taking a SERM or aromatase inhibitor. Increase fruit and vegetable consumption. Carotenoids are cancer-protective pigments found in a vast number of fruits and vegetables. Researchers at New York University found women who had higher blood carotenoid levels had a significantly smaller risk of breast cancer than women with lower levels. Go sparingly on antibiotics. Only take antibiotics when they are truly needed. New evidence suggests that the more often a woman takes antibiotics, the higher her breast cancer risk. A study of more than 10,000 women found that women who took antibiotics for the equivalent of about 25 prescriptions over an average of 17 years where twice as likely to develop breast cancer than women who never took the drugs. Breastfeed your children. Lactation can suppress ovulation and the bodys production of estrogen, which has been linked to higher levels of breast cancer. Breastfeeding may drop a womans breast cancer risk by 4 percent. Although there is no cure for cancer, there are a number of different ways women can reduce their risks for breast cancer. 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