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Madison County carrier
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Began Aug. 5, 1964.
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Wed. May 14, 2014VOL. 50 NO. 39 www.greenepublishing.com 50 cents USE YOUR SMART PHONE! SCAN ME! Index 3 Sections, 42 Pages Local Weather Viewpoints 2A Around Madison 3-8A School 9A Classieds 10A Legals 11A Sports 12A Path of Faith Section B Delinquent Taxes Section C City Workers To Replace Water Valve City of Madison residents and businesses in a 35block area north of Base Street (U.S. 90) will likely experience decreased water pressure on the night of Thursday, May 15, when city water crews replace a water valve. The repair will take place at the intersection of Northwest Sumter Street and Northwest Meeting Avenue. The area expected to be impacted is from Livingston Street in the north to Base Street (U.S. 90) in the south and from Crane Avenue in the west to Northeast Duval Avenue (North State Road 145) in the east. To reduce the impact on residences and businesses, city work crews will conduct the repair at night from 10 p.m. to midnight. For more information, call City Hall at (850) 973-5081. Prepare For Hurricane Season Tax-Free By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. To prepare for hurricane season, Florida will have a taxfree period from May 31 to June 8 for you to shop and prepare. The Atlantic Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. Items that will be tax-free includes: a portable self-powered light source selling for $20 or less, a portable self-powered radio; two-way radio, or weather band radio selling for $50 or less, a tarpaulin or other exible waterproof sheeting selling for $50 or less; a self-contained rst-aid kit selling for See Hurricane Tax Free On Page 3A Florida School Tax-Free Weekend By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Florida has set the weekend for the threeday tax break on school supplies from August 1 to August 3. Shoppers will not have to pay sales taxes on any clothing worth $100 or less. This includes clothes, handbags, wallets and any footwear. Footwear that is not tax-free includes skis, rollerblades, skates or swim ns. Shoppers will not have to pay taxes on school supplies worth $15 or less per item. The rst $750 of a personal computer is tax-free. Personal computers include electronic book readers, laptops, desktops, tablets and tower computers. MCHS Cheerleading Fundraiser The JV and Varsity MCHS Cheerleaders are hosting a fundraiser to help them raise money to attend Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cheerleading Camp this summer. They are selling six and a half pounds See Fundraiser On Page 3ASchool District May Face Bus Driver Shortage; Board Trying Creative SolutionsBy Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc.With the state getting more and more strict about things like blood pressure, body mass index and other medical issues, Transportation Director Ivan Johnson told the school board back in April, there were concerns that the district could be facing a shortage of bus drivers for the 2014-2015 school year. In cases of blood pressure, the state may go to a "one-strikeand-you're-out" policy next year, meaning if one blood pressure reading doesn't fall within acceptable standards for an individual, there will be no second chance. This caused concern, because some Madison bus drivers did have weight or blood pressure issues, and driving a bus was a very stressful job on top of that. At that time, Superintendent Doug Brown suggested that the district "consider strengthening our wellness efforts" for the whole district, not just for bus drivers. Considering the fact that not a lot of people were lined up to to become bus drivers, losing any of the current employees could become a serious problem. At the May 6 meeting, the school board approved hiring someone in an experimental combination of a part-time groundskeeping position with that of bus driver. The reason behind it is that in tough economic times, not many people can get by on a job that averages only four hours a day, and the fact that the hours are split into morning and afternoon shifts means that it would be difcult to combine with other part-time employment elsewhere. Another thing Superintendent Doug Brown noted was that whenever he spoke to the school staff about sprucing up their grounds, he had been told that it was a stafng issue. There was simply no one available to do the work. Brown described the new position as one that would have the employee driving the bus to school in the morning, then proceeding to his groundskeeping chores until time to drive the students home in the evening. Other board members asked if the groundskeeperSee Shortage On Page 3A Enlisting Students Honored At School Board MeetingBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Our Community Salutes is a national, non-profit organization created to honor high school graduates who plan to enlist in the armed services upon graduation. This year, the Madison County School Board recognized 11 high school seniors from its own district that will soon be going into the military. The new recruits, along with their guidance counselor Tammy Richardson, were recently honored at an Our Community Salutes event in Tallahassee, April 17, where over 60 Big Bend area high school students bound for service in the military had gathered in the Seminole Club Ballroom at Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State University. During the course of that evening, Richardson was also presented with the 2014 Colin Powell Award, "Recognizing Her Leadership For Promoting Opportunities Through Military Service." At the May 6 school board meeting, she was joined by Staff Sgt. Cavusoglu, Staff Sgt. Kitchens and Capt. Patton in proudly presenting to the school board members the 11 young people who would soon be serving their country in the armed forces.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 6, 2014In addition to being saluted and recognized, the 11 seniors also received $71,000 in scholarships for college. Front row, kneeling, left to right, are: Justin Williams, Austin Bass, Charles Fulmer and Devon Nelams. Front row, standing, left to right are: guidance counselor Tammy Richardson, Tyler Belinski and Madison County High School Assistant Principal Rod Williams. Back row, left to right, are: Ryland Crumitie, Gregory Foust, Dylan Cruce, Kammeron Joseph, Joshay Joseph and Rashaad Joseph. High School Renovation Funding Falls Below The Governor's RecommendationBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Gov. Rick Scott had recommended $16.8 million for the renovation of the Madison County High School, but, as Superintendent Doug Brown noted at the May 6 school board meeting, the Florida legislature approved only $7.6 million for "Year One" of a two-year funding cycle. Madison County's project was in competition with major projects in six other school districts, including Glades, Washington, Levy, Calhoun, Holmes and Dixie Counties. "We can hope to get at least that much for Year Two," said Brown, but that would still total only $15.2 million, and still be below below $16.8. That was the estimate the district had come up with several months ago for all the renovations needed to bring the 34-year-old building up-to-date and in line with technological needs no one had even dreamed of in 1980; it would also include replacing the flat roof with a different type of roof less prone to leaks in the rainy North Florida climate. Of course, Brown noted, there was an outside chance that the project could be extended for a third year. In the mean time, it was time to get started. The district would need about 15 portables at the high school during the renovation process, and they would be in place east of the gym by July. The work should begin in September or October 2014.Madison Resident Charged With BurglaryBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.AMadison resident has been charged with burglary and grand theft. On May 5, Patrolman Travis Johnson made contact with a woman about a burglary at her business ofce, Warren Taxi Service, located on Bunker Street. According to the Madison Police report, the woman had to make a quick stop at her ofce and the building was not open for business. Due to a prior burglary the door would not lock so she wedged a metal chair against the door. While she was in the back, she heard someone pushing his or her way inside. When she came out, she witnessed Fernando Leland trying to take a 32-inch at screen television off of the wall. A photo lineup was made and the woman picked Leland out. According to the report, Patrolman Johnson made contact with Fernando Leland at Courtyard Apartments in reference to two active warrants. Leland was arrested without incident and transported to the Madison County Jail.Fernando Leland School Board Recognizes Darby ThompsonGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 6, 2014School Superintendent Doug Brown takes a few moments to recognize Darby Thompson, Madison County High School student body president and student liaison for the Madison County School Board. For the past year, she has served on the board as a non-voting member, representing student interests. Brown thanked her for her year of service and faithful attendance at the school board meetings, presenting her with a gift on behalf of the board as a token of appreciation. 2013 Delinquent Tax Notices Inside Todays Edition!

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National Security Idon’t play the lottery; don’t believe in it. I may have been guilty of buying a ticket twenty years ago or so, but if I did, it was a moment of weakness. I have no desire to win the lottery; none whatsoever. I would like to earn the lottery … because in so doing, I might have some appreciation of the value and what it took to earn it. But a sudden windfall of unearned wealth has no attraction. The lottery and similar ‘get rich quick’ schemes have been with us throughout history. Leprechauns have searched for the pot-of-gold throughout Irish folklore. People search for treasure, risking their lives for a mythical payoff. Politicians are no exception to the rule. Whenever the public coffers run short, they look for the quickest, slickest getrich-quick scheme they can devise. Let’s have a lottery … and all the profits will go to education. Right. Maybe we should teach Pick-Six instead of math in the public schools. The proverbial potof-gold will entice any con man; I mean politician. The oldest game in the world is to siphon off excess monies from the pot and divert it to other, more lucrative causes. For example, the highway trust fund paid by gasoline taxes is raided constantly for other purposes than keeping our highways and bridges in good repair. A good rule of thumb is that 40 percent of the taxes collected are diverted to other purposes. Now the same politicians who are responsible for the raiding of the public treasury are bemoaning the condition of our infrastructure. They think that turning our interstate highway system into toll roads will do the trick. Watch them scheme to find a way to pick that pocket. I just made a provocative statement when I suggested that a politician is a con man … but stop and think about it. Con man is short for confidence man; someone who builds your confidence before they reach into your back pocket and lift your wallet. I just described politics. A serious problem we have with our politics is what I call the ‘law of attraction.’ So many people vote for the candidate because he looks or sounds good; never mind their qualifications. I recall the case of a really good-looking politician from a neighboring county who burst on the scene from nowhere funded by an endless trail of $500 checks from trial lawyers. At the snap of a finger, he became a state senator. Then he heard the seductive call of king-makers in Tallahassee who told this young fellow he was destined for the governor’s office. Trouble is, he quickly forgot about being an effective senator for North Florida and was booted from office the next election. And where were the trial lawyers and the fat checks? Turns out they cared nothing about their candidate. Instead, they were simply interested in defeating the established conservative who wanted to reform the tort system. Their fairhaired-boy was nothing more than a tool for their design. Get-rich-schemes are nothing more than pipe dreams. There are honest, hard-working methods to earn money and fund projects. They may take a little longer, but it is honest money. We shouldn’t fall victim to the sirencall of con men disguised as politicians. We have an election coming this fall. I would urge voters to ignore the city slickers and their get-richquick schemes and instead, look for something more substantial and prudent. There are serious politicians with qualifications in private and public sectors who come to the table with serious ideas. They may not look or sound the best, but they deserve our consideration and confidence.Do you remember the days when you were younger and had friends over to your house, and if you were lucky they were allowed to stay overnight? I do. When I had a friend over we would talk about school, our parents (or other authority gure in our lives), shared our dreams of the future and even conded in each other who we thought the love of our lives were or wanted to be. Inevitably, we always ended up raiding the kitchen too, because all that talking and planning makes one work up quite an appetite, and even then we knew that food was better when shared with a friend. Something happens when we become adults. We stop socializing with friends overnight because other responsibilities begin lling up our nights and our focus is now concentrated on our mate, family and job, leaving only enough energy to deal with the “important stuff,” and besides, wouldn’t that be kind of “weird?” This past weekend, I had a sleepover, with two adult friends and their 18-year-old daughter. It was an unintentional sleepover, arranged because their air conditioning stopped working. So, the weekend started a little stressful for our friends, but it ended with us realizing how much fun we all had. After thinking about it, I discovered not a lot had changed from when I was young, as far as sleepovers go. We talked about work (as opposed to school), our dreams of the future (still), our family, jobs and current (and past) relationships. And happily, we still raided the kitchen; except now it was better than the “junk food” we sought out when we were kids. I am not ashamed, or sorry to say I totally let my friend Cheryl take control of the kitchen. Every evening she insisted on cooking and after every bite, I’m glad she did. She fed me, my husband and all my six dogs, who I’m pretty sure are planning a revolt behind my back so she’ll return to give them extra treats (along with her husband, Carl and daughter, Sam, who spoiled them silly). Everything we ate was wonderful, but the dish I loved the most, was the Lemon-Dill Tilapia with roasted potatoes and it’s the recipe I’m sharing with you. I use “recipe” in the very loosest sense because Cheryl said her grandmother, who taught her to cook, never measured anything, and neither does Cheryl, saying she cooks by “taste and sight.” I’ve added a few specics and guidelines for those who feel they need it, but if you cook like Cheryl, throw out the specics and enjoy. Lemon-Dill Tilapia with Roasted Potatoes Tilapia llets (about 2 lbs.) Red potatoes, 4 or 5 large, baked the night before and put in fridge to cool cup butter or olive oil (or a combination) 1 medium onion, diced 2 to 3 cloves minced garlic (or a heaping Tbsp. if jarred) to cup chopped fresh dill weed (or about 2 Tbsp. if dried) 2 lemons (one juiced and one cut into wedges to serve) Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place Tilapia on a baking sheet; set aside. Cut chilled potatoes into wedges; set aside. In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium heat and add onion, garlic and dill weed. Cook until onions are soft (not browned) and stir in juice of one lemon. Dip potato wedges into sauce and arrange around Tilapia on baking sheet. Spoon remaining sauce over sh, being sure to coat each llet with onion. Bake until sh starts to brown around the edges, about 45 minutes. (This is a long time for sh to cook, but cooking it longer with the potatoes changes the avor, melding the two together). Serve with lemon wedges.www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 2A € Madison County CarrierVIEWPOINTS& OPINIONS Letter To The Editor Joe Boyles Guest ColumnistSearching For Ambrosia Rose KleinColumnistLetters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. All submitted letters must be 600 words or less -Sleepover FoodBonanza Gwen Graham, the front running candidate who is poised to defeat Steve Southerland in the congressional race in Florida's 2nddistrict, laid out her five part Graham Economic Plan in Tallahassee Thursday, May 8th. The Tallahassee Democrat covered the event without disclosing the details of her plan, or providing a link for it to be viewed. The Democrat included, or perhaps solicited comments from Steve Southerland's campaign office and printed them in the same article. If that is the game they are going to play, they should contact Mrs. Graham and include her comments before printing any future articles or political op eds about Southerland. What astonishes me is the fact that the Democrat would print statements that were completely false. Take the following comment in the article: "The facts are that I voted four times to avert a shutdown and a dozen other times to fund veterans programs, welfare benefits, and other critical services," Southerland said through a spokesman." As Mrs. Graham stated, Southerland voted against a budget that would have avoided the federal government shutdown that began October 1, 2013. The four votes Southerland is referring to were made after the shutdown occurred and were too late to "avert" it. After a public outcry, these four bills Southerland voted for were hastily introduced by House Republicans to open limited government agencies like the Park Service and the WWII Memorial, and included absurdly feudal attempts to dismantle the Affordable Health Care Law The Senate rejected them for being piecemeal governance. On October 16, 2013 both the House and Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill to reopen the government. Southerland, and a few of his extreme obstructionists, voted against it. By doing so, he also voted to let the nation default on its obligations. It is a complete insult when he causes a government shutdown on middle class workers and then lies and says he voted four times to "avert" it. What is more insulting is that during the shutdown he continued to draw his tax-payer funded $174,000 government salary he says is "not so much." Steve Southerland and some of his Washington cronies cater to special interests billionaire contributors like the Koch brothers rather than fight for middle class families. So far the Koch brothers have spent over $300,000 on TV ads supporting Southerland. While Southerland has become the master of spin and meaningless op eds, Gwen Graham is working hard to rebuild our economy, break the obstructionism in Washington, and help middle class families. Even before she is elected she has put forth a plan to do just that. The Graham Economic Plan is available at GwenGraham.com/the-grahameconomic-plan. Jim Clements Statement from Dominic M. Calabro of the independent, nonpartisan, nonprot Florida TaxWatch on the Governor's signage of the nal tax relief bill for 2014. "Florida TaxWatch applauds Governor Scott for signing the nal piece of a promised $500 million tax relief package passed during the 2014 Legislative Session. This $105 million tax cut package will provide a variety of options for Floridians to save their hardearned dollars. "As a part of the tax cut, Floridians will get three opportunities to shop tax-free this summer during the hurricane preparedness, back-to-school and energy efcient appliance sales tax holidays. These sales tax holidays are a great way to provide broad based tax relief for consumers, while stimulating economic growth for Florida businesses and improving the overall state economy. "It's important to remember that these sales tax holidays are the only times when our state's brick-andmortar businesses are on a level playing eld with out-of-state and online retailers who do not pay sales tax. Though the Legislature did not bring Florida into the State Sales and Use Tax Agreement in 2014, which would have allowed Florida to collect sales taxes from some out-of-state retailers, TaxWatch hopes that when lawmakers return in 2015 they will make it a priority, ensuring Florida can collect all of its rightfully owed revenues. Perhaps these additional revenues would permit the Legislature to provide even larger tax cuts next year."TaxWatch Applauds Completion of Florida's $500 Million Tax Cut

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014Madison County Carrier € 3A FROMPAGEONEWorld NewsBy Rose Klein Established 1964 A weekly newspaper [USPS 324 800] designed for the express reading pleasure of the people of its circulation area, be they past, present or future residents. Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc. 1695 South SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at the Post Of“ce in Madison, FL 32340. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to MADISON COUNTY CARRIER, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772. This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter, or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing, Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline. P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL 32341 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 2013E-mail Information:News news@greenepublishing.comAdvertisement ads@greenepublishing.comClassifieds / Legals classifieds@greenepublishing.comWeb Site: www.greenepublishing.com PublisherEmerald GreenePath Of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativesJeanette DunnBookkeeping Brooke KinsleyClassified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classi“eds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Monday at 5 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included) Funeral Home Accused Of Holding Body For Unpaid BillIn Hopkinsville, Ky., a family has accused the director of a local funeral home with holding their dead baby as hostage over a transportation bill. Dorris Lamb of Lamb Funeral Home, also the elected coroner in Christian County, allegedly refused to release Brittany Jones her son’s body unless her family paid for transportation of the body. The Jones family couldn’t afford to bury their son at Lamb, so they attempted to take his remains to another funeral home because the owner, Shane Hessey, offered to handle the funeral services for free. Hessey said, “We went to pick the body up and he refused to give us the body because there was a balance owed on his transportation costs. We waited until the next day before we got to the remains.” Lamb disputed the claims. The Kentucky Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors have investigated Lamb in the past and another family has brought similar claims against the funeral home.Man To Receive Drug Sentence On 90thBirthdayIn Michigan City, Ind., an 89-yearold man will be sentenced on his 90thbirthday for allegedly transporting more than 1,000 pounds of cocaine across the country. Leo Sharp was caught on I-94 with cocaine and it was determined to not be his rst time transporting the drug across the US, serving as a mule for an Arizona drug ring. Sharp’s attorney is hopeful his client will be sentenced to home connement because of his age and health. Prosecutors are believed to be seeking a veyear sentence.Children Who Eat Meat From A Bone Said To Be More AggressiveIn Ithaca, N.Y., a study was conducted by researchers at Cornell University about biting versus chewing habits in children and discovered kids who eat chicken on the bone are more likely to disobey parents and be aggressive. Children between the ages of six and 10 were found to be “twice as likely to disobey adults and twice as aggressive towards other kids” with food they held and had to bite as opposed to children who were more docile when eating cut-up pieces of food. Child psychologist Dr. Brian Russell disagrees. “I think people have been eating chicken wings and chicken drumsticks for a millennia and I don’t think it’s made them any more aggressive than they otherwise would have been.” Shortage Cont. From Page 1Acould also take on custodial duties, wondering if groundskeeping would provide enough work to fill the winter months. Brown said he preferred to keep it just groundskeeping for now, since it was an experiment, just to see how it would work out; besides, he was sure there would be enough groundskeeping work to occupy the new employee during the day. The board might look at other combination-type bus driver/other positions if this worked out. A busdriver/custodian might be a possibility. If the state continued to tighten restrictions on medical issues, and if the district's wellness efforts weren't enough, the district could lose some drivers. “We've got to be creative in having to deal with this (possible) shortage,” said Brown. “Or we're going to be behind the eight-ball.” $30 or less; a ground anchor system or tiedown kit selling for $50 or less; a gas or diesel fuel tank selling for $25 or less; a package of AA-cell, C-cell, D-cell, 6volt or 9-volt batteries, excluding automobile and boat batteries, selling for $30 or less; a non-electric food storage cooler selling for $30 or less; a portable generator used to provide light or communications or preserve food in the event of a power outage selling for $750 or less; and reusable ice selling for $10 or less. Hurricane Tax Free Cont. From Page 1A Fundraiser Cont. From Page 1Aof Boston Butts or smoked ham or ve pounds of smoked sausage or ribs for $25 each. They will be cooked and ready for pick-up on Friday, May 23 from 2-3:30 p.m., at the Madison County Courthouse. To place an order or get more information, contact any MCHS Cheerleader or Ruth Ann Latner at (850) 464-0236. You can call or text this number or email ruth.latner@madisonmail.us. CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 4A € Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Community CalendarMay 14 Wednesday, May 14, is the nal meeting for the 55 Plus Club; the club will take a break over the summer and start up again in September. The entertainment for the May meeting is a special surprise, so come on out, bring a friend, enjoy the great lunch provided and be prepared to have a wonderful time. The meeting starts at noon at the United Methodist Cooperative Ministries Center on the corner of Hwy. 145 and Dill Street, about ve miles north of town. The meeting is free and open to Madison County residents age 55 and up. There are no dues, fees or registration. Just come on out and enjoy good food and fellowship. For directions or more information, call UMCM Coordinator Deborah Brown at (850) 9294938. May 14 The Madison County Extension staff invites you to come celebrate with them, 100 years of the National Extension Service. Take a look at some historical pictures while you enjoy cake, Wednesday, May 14 at their open house, from 4 until 5:30 p.m., located at the Extension ofce at 184 NW College Loop. For more information, call the Extension at (850) 9734138.May 15 The Branford Camera Club will be holding their 3rdAnnual Spring Photo Critique with Master Photographer, Chuck Neubauer, Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. Participation is open to the public with novice through professional photographers welcomed. This event will be held at the Hatch Park Community Center, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. For more information or to receive a copy of the event guidelines, call Program Chair Carolyn Hogue at (386) 935-2044. May 15 The next Lions Club planning meeting for the 4thof July God and Country Celebration is Thursday, May 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the hospital cafeteria. Anyone who would like to participate in making this year's celebration the best it can be, is welcome to attend. Club membership is not required. May 15 The 2014 Miss 20thof May Pageant takes place at the Madison County Recreation Facility on Highway 360, behind the old Madison Middle School. The event begins at 7 p.m., and admission is $7. Come out and support our young ladies as they vie for the 2014 Miss 20thof May title. For more information, contact Tami Brown on Facebook. May 16 The Madison Boys Choir will be holding a sh fry on the Courthouse lawn from 11 a.m. until all the sh are gone. They'll be serving up sh, chips and coleslaw at $6 a plate. Come on by, grab a plate and help them with their fundraiser for travel and other expenses for future performances. May 16 The 20thof May Jubilee Celebration is holding a Fish Fry Tiki Luau at the Madison County Recreation Facility on Highway 360 behind the old Madison Middle School. Tickets are $6, and the fun begins at 5 p.m., with a festive atmosphere and sh fried to perfection. Come on out, bring your family and friends, and spend a fun Friday evening together. May 17 Saturday is by far the biggest day for The 20thof May Jubilee Celebration, starting with a 9 a.m. parade down Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, featuring FSU Seminole and Madison native Jacobbi McDaniel as the Grand Marshall. At 11 a.m., enjoy the Gospel Celebration and Entertainment Showcase at the Madison County Recreational Facility on Highway 360 behind the Madison Middle School, along with a motorcycle and car show, a cake auction, vendor booths and more. For more Information on these events, contact Dereal Alexander (bike show) 464-6178, Willie McGhee (car show) 673-1023, Vicki McQuay (gospel show) 9732252 or Leon Arnold (sporting events) 9737193. Contacts can also be reached via Facebook. May 17 Former NFL football player and Madison resident, Jesse Solomon, will be hosting the Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp, Saturday, May 17, at Madison Lanier Field. The event is open to children 4ththru 10thgrades. Registration starts at 11 a.m., with camp starting at noon and lasting until 4 p.m. Parents can also register their child online at www.usafootball.com/fun click on Clinics, and then select Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp. May 17 The Madison County Sheriff's Ofce and Madison County Sheriff, Ben Stewart is hosting a 5 Stand Skeet Shoot on Saturday, May 17, to benet the Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranches. The skeet shoot will be at Honey Lake Plantation's Sport Shooting Multiplex with an entry fee of $50. There will two events: one at 9 a.m. and another at 1 p.m. To reserve shooting time, RSVP to the Madison County Sheriff's Ofce at (850) 973-4151. The Madison County Sheriff's Ofce is now selling rafe tickets for a Beretta Silver Pigeon1, over and under 12 Gauge 28-inch barrel shotgun, hard case and ve different chokes. Tickets are $10 each, with only 400 tickets available. The drawing will take place on Saturday, May 17, at the Honey Lake 5 Stand Skeet Shoot. The winner needs not be present to win. May 18 New Home Baptist Church is having Homecoming this Sunday, May 18. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. with special singing by the Purvis Brothers of Monticello. The guest speaker will be former pastor, Rev. John Dorman. A covered-dish dinner will follow the service. The pastor and congregation would like to invite everyone to attend. New Home Baptist Church is located at 1100 SW Moseley Hall Road. For more information, please call the church at (850) 973-4965. Thank You! The family of the late Mrs. Oretha Davis wish to express their heartfelt gratitude for all acts of kindness shown during the illness and passing of our loved one. In however you played a part, your many thoughtful deeds are very much appreciated. Thank you again for your prayers and support. May God continue to bless and keep you. The family of Mrs. Oretha Bareld Davis Obituary Have something you would like to add to the Community Calendar? Simply call Greene Publishing, Inc. at (850) 973-4141 or email your information to Rose@greenepublishing.com. Joette V. TolarJoette V. Tolar, 82, of Sandy Springs, Ga., died Saturday, May 10. She is survived by her husband, Burrl H. Tolar; daughter and son-in-law, William and Cynthia Cheek; son and daughterin-law, David and Sandy Tolar; and grandchildren Steven Cheek, Catherine Tolar, Clay Tolar and Alan Tolar. Mrs. Tolar worked for 35 years as Secretary and Treasurer with Tolar Construction. She was devoted to her family and found occasion to celebrate with family often. She enjoyed trips to the beach and travel with family. As a generous benefactor to so many, she was always there to provide a helping hand. She will be dearly missed. A funeral service was held Tuesday, May 13, 2 p.m., at Sandy Springs Chapel, 136 Mt. Vernon Hwy, Sandy Springs, Ga., 30328. Jack Hudson officiated. Interment followed at Arlington Memorial Park. The family received friends one hour prior to the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the Joseph House of Hope through Dunwoody Baptist Church. Floyd-Todd Announce Engagement Mr. & Mrs. Randy Floyd of Greenville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Randi Lyn Floyd, to David Michael Todd, son of Michael Todd of Crystal River, Fl. and Jenny Moore of Lee. Randi, a graduate of The University of Florida, is a Certified Veterinary Technician and is currently employed with Town & Country Veterinarians and Pet Resort in Gainesville. David is also a graduate of The University of Florida, where he received his Bachelor's degree in Forest Resources and Conservation and is currently employed. The couple will marry on May 31st, at Dixie Plantation in Greenville. All family and friends are welcome. MARCUS HOLBROOK JOINS THE CITY OF MADISON POLICE DEPARTMENTBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Marcus Holbrook started working for the City of Madison Police Department on Monday, May 5. "I have wanted to be a police ofcer for as long as I can remember," said Holbrook. "After graduating high school, I attended the police academy and came to love the idea of becoming an ofcer even more." Since starting, his favorite part of being a police officer is being able to help people who cannot help themselves. Holbrook's hometown is Orlando. He moved to Madison when he was sevenyears-old. His mother is Michelle Hall and he has a sister, Shelly Smith. He also has a sixmonth-old Jack Russell Terrier named Gaige. Prior to his employment with the Madison Police Department, Holbrook worked as a correctional officer at the Madison County Correctional Institute for three and a half years. When he is not working, he loves to go flats fishing on the Gulf, hunting and supporting the Seminoles during football season. His favorite movies are "Tombstone," and "The Patriot." His favorite T.V. show is "The Walking Dead."Marcus Holbrook New Home Baptist Church To Have Homecoming Services Sunday, May 18New Home Baptist Church is having Homecoming this Sunday, May 18. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., with special singing by the Purvis Brothers of Monticello. The guest speaker will be Rev. John Dorman, a former pastor. There will be a covered-dish dinner to follow the service. The pastor and congregation invites everyone to attend. New Home Baptist Church is located at 1100 SW Moseley Hall Road. For more information, please call the church at 973-4965.

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By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing,Inc.In April, it was buttery gardens, and at their last meeting in May before the summer break, it was bird sanctuaries. The ladies and gentlemen of the Madison Garden Club should be well prepared to turn their backyards into a destination for a variety of creatures with wings this summer; enough to keep them busy watching all kinds of fascinating wildlife all summer long, and plenty to report back on when the club meetings start up again in September. Small ying creatures have always fascinated people, whether they zip, sail, or oat through the air, whether it's butteries or birds. Some people like both, some focus on one or the other. As for the guest speakers for May, they denitely leaned towards birds, and that's what they were there to talk about. When Susan Teisciero and Mary Huggins got into the backyard bird supply business, "We wanted to make it like a place where we would want to shop," said Teisciero. "A fun place to work and meet people and talk about our passion which is birds." Teisciero and Huggins run the Wild Birds Unlimited shop near Governor's Square in Tallahassee, and they visited the Madison Garden Club to talk about their passion, birds, and how to get the largest variety of birds possible to visit your backyard. A backyard needs four basic things to become a bird sanctuary: water, a food supply, plants for cover and shelter, and a place for birds to raise their young. It is the variety in these four basics that will bring the biggest variety of birds to your backyard. Food: When shopping for bird seed for your backyard feeders, look for seeds with a bit of an oily coating. Birds need the oil for a quick pick-me-up and for raising healthy young. They will visit bird feeders for about 20 percent of their food needs, and because they can see in the ultraviolet range, they can quickly spot the oily seeds. Other types of birds go for nuts and berries, so having native trees like satsuma and gs to complement your feeders with bring in more bird species. Orioles will dine on grape jelly and peeled fruit halves left out in saucers for them. Mealworms provide high-protein snacks, and the hanging suet holder is also a must for the well-stocked backyard bird sanctuary. Birds love feeders when they are nesting, because being parents takes a lot out of them, and they like to have a food source near their nest for safety reasons. Also, different types of birds feed at different levels. Ground foragers go for low platforms that hold the seeds or berries just a few inches off the ground for them, while others feed at mid-level and still others prefer feeders high up in the air. One thing to remember about feeders is to clean them out regularly. If the food doesn't look good enough for you to eat yourself, get rid of it. Food that has been around too long and has become moldy will make the birds sick. Water: Birds need water not only for drinking, but for preening feathers and producing strong eggshells. Again, water at different levels will attract more birds. Some will enjoy large shallow containers on the ground, some will ock to the bird bath on the pedestal, and still others will go ying through your sprinkler when you're watering your yard. Bird supply places like Wild Birds Unlimited now have "mist" or "drip" attachments for the bird bath that some birds love; some prefer to drink from a dripping source of water. Shelter, cover: Birds need cover plants to keep them hidden from predators, not only from the ground but from the air as well. Hawks are a danger to the smaller songbirds, and this part of North Florida, Cooper's Hawk is a particular concern. Thick bushes and hedgerows, and trees with thick foliage provide the hiding places they need to stay safe. Hostas and other largeleaved plants provide cover for ground-feeding birds. Place to raise young: Bird build nests in a variety of places besides trees. Woodpeckers and other cavity nesters need either a hole in a tree branch, or a nesting box. Cardinals will build nests in big bushes. Bluebirds go for bird houses. Wrens, chickadees and other tiny birds might even build nests in your hanging plants. Others might build a nest under the eaves of our house. With several different kinds of nesting possibilities in your yard, you'll get a bigger variety of birds nesting there, and in North Florida's temperate climate, some of them could raise three broods a year. In addition, bluebirds, chickadees and Carolina wrens will bring their entire families to your feeders once the babies are old enough to y. What about hum mingbirds? These tiny little fascinators are almost in a class by themselves. Their nectar feeders should be cleaned out every three or four days, but the reality is that with most peoples' schedules, once a week is all they can manage, but that once a week is a necessity for the health of hummers. When shopping for hummingbird nectar holders, look for the kind that doesn't have any yellow on it at all; some models may feature those cute yellow plastic owers around the drinking holes, but unfortunately, yellow is a color that will attract bees. Hummingbird feeders also come in a new anti-microbial plastic material that resists microbes and mold, and because this material comes from recycled plastic bottles, it is environmentally friendly as well. The newer styles of hummingbird feeders also have ant moats to keep the ants out of the sugary nectar and narrower drinking holes to keep out wasps. It might be tempting to hang hummingbird feeders in a cluster with your other bird feeders, but hummers are incredibly territorial and very feisty for their small size. They don't like other birds in their space, and they may try to drive those other birds away, or simply avoid your feeder and go to another one in somebody else's back yard. Hang your hummingbird feeder away from other bird's feeding ares, ideally somewhere you can see them from a window. An added bonus is that you can see different species of hummingbirds according to the season. In the summer, you'll get the nesting species like ruby-throated hummers, and in the winter, all the different varieties that spend their winters in North Florida. For more information, visit the website www.wbu.com and click on the "Education" tab. As an added treat, enjoy the live-stream video of the barred owl nestlings from the nestbox cam! www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014Madison County Carrier € 5AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Title : Madison Fire Rescue Firefighter Hometown: Pompano Beach, Fl. Why He Chose Firefighting: His two older cousins were firefighters. He always looked up to them and got the information and became a firefighter. He is currently going to E.M.T. school so he can better serve as a firefighter on scene. Favorite Book: Hatchet,Ž by Gary Paulsen and Of Mice and Men,Ž by John Steinbeck. Favorite Quote: Man know thyself.Ž … African proverb. Favorite Music: Pop music. Favorite Movie: The Fifth Element,Ž The Lord of the Rings,Ž trilogy and The Matrix.Ž Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead.Ž Favorite Sport: FSU football. Hobbies: Working out, playing video games and fishing.Ž Family: He has been married for six years and has three children. Sum Yourself Up: Humble, leader and down to earth.Ž Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, May 9, 2014Joyce Primm is smiling because she won tickets to see Kellie Pickler in concert.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 8, 2014Jon Morgan won tickets to see Kellie Pickler live in concert.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 7, 2014Ellie Latner is all smiles as she receives her tickets to see Kellie Pickler perform. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 7, 2014Jimmie Gray is one of the winners of the Kellie Pickler concert tickets.Wild Adventure Ticket Winners To See Kellie Pickler In ConcertGreene Publishing, Inc. Birds, Birds, Birds Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 2, 2014Susan Teisciero and Mary Huggins of Wild Birds Unlimited are the go-to experts for people who need backyard bird supplies or who just want to talk about birds, birds, birds.

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Irst met up with the hospital through my kids going to the ER," said Annette Johnson, mother of two energetic boys. Then, a few months later, her father had a heart attack and was also taken to Madison County Memorial Hospital's emergency room. Each time, she said, she was impressed by the positive, caring responses she got and the level of care her family received, so when she had the opportunity to become part of the hospital board, of which she is now the chair, she did so. She has now been on the board since plans started for the new hospital building that is nearing completion. Addressing the Madison Rotary Club, she described what it had been like to see that whole process develop, from seeing the rst plans drawn up, to going through the process of getting permits, to meeting with USDA and getting funding approved, to moving forward to the new facility that has taken shape. She also spoke of what the new hospital was all about, holistic healing that treats the whole patient, not just the disease. There were, she added, three things it wanted to embody for the community: Faith, Family and History. The faith of the board, administrators, staff and community in a place where everyone, staff and patients alike, are treated like family, and a facility that recognizes the history of the community it serves. "There is so much history in this county," said Johnson, pointing out that the new hospital itself is built on the grounds of the old Madison High School. In the process of prepping the site for new construction, work crews excavated about 100 old bricks from the high school's foundation, and these are going to be incorporated in the new hospital's foyer. Additionally, there will be historical Madison County photographs placed throughout the facility. Jim Sales, another hospital board member, recalled that his father had served on the hospital board in the 1960s and had once said, "I don't want to live in a town without a hospital." In reference to the long, hard, sometimes bumpy road to bringing the new hospital into being, he added, "We endured crisis after crisis, but the Lord pulled us through...the older I get, the more I see God's hand in everything." Hospital CEO David Abercrombie stated that the new hospital was taking a deliberate path away from the "cold, clinical, austere," atmosphere usually associated with hospitals, trying instead for a more "homelike" atmosphere with patients' rooms done in warmer colors and ooring material that resembles wood oors rather than the usual institutional oor covering. The unusually large windows, 12 feet across, bathe the rooms in a lot of natural light; the rooms are also larger than usual to accommodate comfortable seating for visitors. The hospital's design made the administrative ofces smaller in order to devote more square footage to patient rooms. Additionally, all 25 rooms are private rooms, in accordance with state regulations. "It's slow trend," said Abercrombie of the switch to private rooms. There are thousands and thousands of hospital rooms in the state, meaning that a change can't be made overnight, so the new regulations state that all newly constructed hospitals have private rooms. The new facility will conform to a lot of regulations and standards that did not exist when the old hospital was opened in 1954. Dr. Brett Perkins, Chief of Medical Staff and CMO, also spoke of the better care for stroke victims. With the new stroke response unit he has assembled, his goal is to be able to diagnose the stroke and administer clot-dissolving medication in less than half an hour from initial stroke onset. In the eld of neurological medicine, there is a saying, Perkins told those gathered: "Time is Brain." At the meeting's conclusion, many Rotary Club members made their way over to the new facility for a guided tour. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 6A € Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY D E L I N Q U E N T P E R S O N A L P R O P E R T Y T A X N O T I C E The following 2013 Personal Property Taxes for Madison County are unpaid and drawing interest of one and one-half percent per month since April 1, 2014. If not paid before July 15, 2014 together with cost of advertising, warrants will be prepared and application will be made to the Circuit Court for an order directing levy upon and seizure of the personal property of the listed taxpayers for unpaid taxes and cost. Lisa B. Tuten, Madison County Tax Collector 1 P-0018600 $361.76 50075-50 KEN'S CONCRETE PUMPING SVC INC C/O CLABAUGH KENNETH 4952 RAYMOND SHEFFIELD RD GREENVILLE, FL 32331 3 P-0037300 $367.46 50137-56 GANDY GERTRUDE 719 NW BEAVER WAY MADISON, FL 32340 4 P-0046600 $11,680.57 50181-65 HONEY LAKE PLANTATION RESORT & SPA, LLC 1290 NW HONEY LAKE RD GREENVILLE, FL 32331-4075 5 P-0052600 $383.21 50199-51 JOHNSON VIRGIL & OTHA EST C/O BESSIE JOHNSON 1743 NE PERSIMMON DR PINETTA, FL 32350 6 P-0052700 $467.41 50199-52 JOINER C.M III D/B/A CMJ III LOGGING P O BOX 1136 MADISON, FL 32340 7 P-0055100 $2,125.40 50213-35 LAMAR ADVERTISING OF VALDOSTA P O BOX 66338 BATON ROUGE, LA 70896 8 P-0057800 $195.84 50225-00 MADE TO ORDER CATERING SERVICE INC 5806 NE COLIN KELLY HWY MADISON, FL 32340 9 P-0058900 $599.03 50231-00 MADISON EYE CENTER MELANIE HILL,O.D.,P.A 234 SW RANGE AVE MADISON, FL 32340 10 P-0059800 $2,846.74 50236-54 MAGNUM BROADCASTING INC P O BOX 426 WARREN, PA 16365 11 P-0066600 $298.98 50261-01 NPCR INC NEXTELL PARTNERS PROP TAX DEPT P O BOX 7911 OVERLAND PARK, KS 66207-0911 12 P-0066700 $191.11 50261-02 NPCR INC NEXTEL PARTNERS PROP TAX DEPT P O BOX 7911 OVERLAND PARK, KS 66207-0911 13 P-0066800 $193.4950261-03 NPCR INC NEXTEL PARTNERS PROP TAX DEPT P O BOX 7911 OVERLAND PARK, KS 66207-0911 14 P-0073300 $310.43 50279-50 PIONEER EXCAVATING/TRACTOR SER PAUL KINSLEY 1220 NE OLD VALDOSTA RD PINETTA, FL 32350 15 P-0085400 $60.66 50322-40 SCOTT, EDDIE L. 5402 TURKEY SCRATCH ROAD MONTICELLO, FL 32344 MADISON ROTARY CLUB TOURS HOSPITALGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014Hospital Board chair Annette Johnson speaks to the Madison Rotary Club as fellow board member Jim Sales and CMO Dr. Brett Perkins look on.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014On a tour of the new hospital, CEO David Abercrombie (right, in pro“le) stands in the middle of the new operating room, describing some of the new advances in modern surgical facilities to the Rotary Club members gathered around the perimeter. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014In one of the patient rooms, ”ooded with ambient light from the large windows, the tour group sees how several visitors would be able to “t comfortably.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014In accordance with state regulations, the new hospital includes a spacious activity room for patients with lengthy hospital stays.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014One of the most important parts of the hospital is the pharmacy where patients' medications will be kept. This one includes an anteroom where the medication will be delivered and unpacked from boxes, before being brought into the clean areaŽ of the pharmacy where medication is stored and dispensed.

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Story SubmittedRick Bitner, Chief Executive Officer of Farm Credit of Northwest Florida, announces Sue Dierdorff has joined the Association as Senior Loan Processor. Dierdorff brings with her over 10 years of experience in the mortgage industry. Dierdorff will be responsible for processing and preparing loan closings packages for the Country Mortgages Division. Additionally, Sue will be cross-trained on the credit desk to assist in the review and analysis of financial information for Country Mortgages. “Mrs. Dierdorff brings extensive knowledge of the home mortgage industry that will enhance and grow our rural home loan portfolio; her knowledge and skills will help our association continue to serve our clients,” said Kris Lee, Credit Desk Underwriting Supervisor. Dierdorff resides in Tallahassee with her husband, John and her granddaughter Chloe. They attend Christ Presbyterian Church on Bannerman Road. Sue and John have three sons and five grandchildren. She enjoys baking, sewing and attending Red Hills High School Equestrian Team Competitions. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is a locally owned and controlled agriculture financial cooperative headquartered in Marianna and owned by its member borrowers. It provides farm loans for land, equipment, livestock, production and rural home mortgages. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is part of the National Farm Credit system established in 1916 to provide a dependable source of credit to farmers and rural America. For more information, visit www.farmcredit-fl.com. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014Madison County Carrier € 7AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY > Six Month Introductory APR as low as 1.99%, and as low as 4.25% thereafter* > No closing costs on lines up to $250,000** > Possible tax bene“ts^ > Fast, easy approval up to 100% LTV > Interest-only payment option availableApply for a Home Equity Line of Credit just like a loan, and once youre approved you can access this cash … up to your full available credit limit … whenever you need it. Stop by today or apply* online at www.ccbg.com .*Subject to Credit Approval. The introductory rate will be in effect for the “rst six (6) months after your account is opened. Upon expiration of the introductory rate, all balances will accrue interest at the variable standard Annual Percentage Rate, which can range from Prime + 1% to Prime + 4.5% using the JP Morgan Chase Prime (JPMCP) rate (currently an APR of 3.25%) not to exceed 18% at any time. Information accurate as of 03/10/2014. Subject to change without notice. After the promotional period, the variable standard APR will be based on your line amount, combined loan to value ratio, and credit rating. This offer is available to new equity line clients, and to existing equity line clients with an increase in their existing credit line of at least $15,000, and is subject to change without notice. Hazard insurance required and ”ood insurance, if applicable. Exclusions and limitations apply. **No closing costs will be assessed on lines up to $250,000, subject to the following conditions: (1) Borrower must have a Capital City Bank deposit account; and (2) if applicable, Borrower will pay for the second and any subsequent valuations of the property. Borrower will participate in closing costs for lines exceeding $250,000. Minimum line of $15,000 required. If you close your Credit Line and we release our lien within three (3) years from the date of closing, you will owe a prepayment penalty of 2% of the line amount, not to exceed $1,500. Owner-occupied property only and CCB must be in a valid “rst or second lien position. Refer to HELOC application or ask your banker for complete details. This offer may be withdrawn at any time. ^Consult your tax advisor about possible tax bene“ts. GREAT RATE. GET IT NOW!4.25%* APR/CURRENT VARIABLE RATE1.99%* APR/6 MONTH INTRODUCTORY RATE 343 West Base St. | 973.4161 www.ccbg.com/sale BAILEY MONUMENT CO 740252 Madison Boys Choir To Hold Fish Fry FridayBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.If you're passing by the Courthouse lawn around midday, Friday, May 16, you'll see the sh fry happening on the courthouse lawn and smell the mouthwatering aroma of delicious fried sh being served up with coleslaw and chips. The Madison Boys Choir will be conducting the sh fry, and plates are $6 each, starting at 11 a.m., and going on until the sh are all gone. The fry is a fundraiser for the choir's upcoming trips to performances in Winter Haven and Washington State, so come on by and support these young musicians. The group also hopes to purchase a van to help with transportation some time in the near future. Those who would like to help support the Madison Boys Choir with a donation can also send a check made out to “Madison Boys Choir” to 348 SE Bethune Trail, Madison, Fl., 32340. Dierdorff Joins Farm Credit Of Northwest FloridaA s S enior L oan P ro c essor Lake Park Of Madison Attends Rodeo Photo SubmittedLake Park of Madisons special needs residents enjoyed the rodeo during Down Home Days on April 17. Residents who enjoyed the rodeo, left to right, in the front row are: John Davis, Regis Blank, Patsy Knight, William Holton, George Shea, Richard McCray and Alan Spurlock. Staff and residents who attended, standing left to right in the back row, are: Peggy Fletcher (volunteer), Beverly Fletcher (staff), Steve Jackson, James Reeves, Barbara Clayton, Leroy Holmes, Ricky Rogers, Michelle Lewis (staff), Jack Lauria, Christina Brooks (staff) and Gail Spurlock (volunteer). Other members of Lake Park of Madison's therapy and management team were on hand to help as well. MCCB Serves Up MadisonGreene Publishing, Inc. Photos By Rose Klein, May 6, 2014As part of their 15-year Anniversary celebration, Madison County Community Bank served Madison County residents a free lunch on Tuesday, May 6. The event ran from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., with employees staying busy serving up grilled hot dogs, chips and sodas. Howard Phillips worked the grill as Mallene Mosier made sure hungry patrons had plenty to eat. The free community lunch was offered as a way of showing appreciation to Madison County residents for giving 15 years of business to the bank.

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Story SubmittedThe North Florida Community College Allied Health Department hosted a Community Nurses' Week Reception, May 8, at Four Freedoms Park in downtown Madison. Annually, National Nurses Week began on May 6, and ended on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, founder of nursing as a modern profession, and the American Nurses Association's theme for 2014 was “Nurses Leading the Way.” The reception at Four Freedoms Parks was NFCC's way of recognizing local nurses with an event to publicly honor and say “thank you” to all the nurses who serve the community. The reception also honored exceptional nurses and presented awards for Years of Service, Best Nurse Manager, Clinical Excellence and Community Service. “We deeply appreciate the dedication and care that nurses extend every day to our communities,” said Julie Townsend, Director of Allied Health at NFCC. “We plan this event each year to celebrate nurses and the unity and team spirit found within the profession of nursing.” NFCC's 2014 Community Nurses' Week Award recipients were: Laurie Williams (Lake City Veterans Administration Medical Center's Living Center), Years of Service Award; Penny West (Good Samaritan Center, Advent Christian Village), Best Nurse Manager Award; Nancy Skipper and Tania Williams (Madison County Health Department), Clinical Excellence Award; Patricia Johnson (The Arc Big Bend), Community Service Award; and Doctor's Memorial Hospital of Perry, Best Clinical Site Award. “Thank you to all of our clinical site partners for allowing NFCC students to train in your facilities,” said Townsend. “The time our students spend at your sites and with your outstanding nurses and staff is invaluable. Thank you.” For more information on NFCC's Allied Health Department or programs, contact Judy Townsend at (850) 973-1694. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 8A € Madison County Carrier AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY What: National Womens Health Week Celebration Where: Drury Inn & Suites Valdosta, GA When: Thursday, May 15 6pm … 8pmThere will be door prizes and a special presentation by Miss Georgia Carly Mathis and SGMC aliated cardiologist,Dr. Trey Powell.For More Information, Call 229.333.1073 Meet & Greet with Carly Mathis, the reigning Miss Georgia Matt Boyd Photography NFCC Allied Health Department Honors Local NursesPhoto SubmittedNurses and staff from Advent Christian Village's Good Samaritan Center, left to right, Katrina Fillyaw, Penny West, Ashley Perr y, Celena Gutshall, Keri Hilliard and Judy Crager attend NFCC's 2014 Community Nurses Week Reception on Thursday, May 8 at Four Freedoms Park in Madison. Photo SubmittedNFCC Allied Health staff gather at the May 8NFCC Community Nurses Week Reception at Four Freedoms Park. Photo SubmittedDoctor's Memorial Hospital receives the 2014 Best Clinical Site Award from NFCC's Allied Health Department on May 8 during the NFCC Community Nurses Week Reception at Four Freedoms Park in Madison. Pictured, left to right, are: Heather Barton, Danielle Sadler, Billye Robinson, Education Director for Doctors Memorial Hospital Laurie Rice accepting the award for DMH and Brandi Browning.Photo SubmittedPenny West, center, of the Good Samaritan Center at Advent Christian Village receives the 2014 Best Nurse Manager Award from NFCC's Allied Health Department on May 8 in Madison. West is pictured with Judy Crager, left, of the Good Samaritan Center at Advent Christian Center and NFCC Nursing Instructor Brandi Browning, right.

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Story SubmittedSuccessful student achievement isn’t a matter of chance; it comes from hard work, year after year. Turning around decits in student achievement is even more challenging and often requires additional involvement from parents and the community. Dedicated to turning things around for students facing these tough challenges, Mentor Coordinator Jodie Price is charged with matching students who might benet from her program with positive role models that she recruits from throughout the community as part of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative. On Friday, April 25, a breakfast was held at Madison County High School to give mentors an opportunity to enjoy some extra time with their students, in addition to recognizing the scholastic achievements of several top performers with cash awards provided from sponsor donations. Proving that positive encouragement is a powerful tool, several dozen students and numerous mentors shared food, friendship and fun. Realizing the school year was quickly coming to a close, the feeling was also a little sentimental. “We love all our students and appreciate the efforts of our mentors who volunteer their time to meet with the great kids in our program. Their encouragement helps our students realize the importance of good grades and good work habits,” Price noted. The Madison County School District is dedicated to continually improving student achievement. Character education and mentoring are among the Safe Schools/Healthy Student programs dedicated to this objective as part of a coordinated strategy that includes partnering with parents and the community.SCHOOL www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014Madison County Carrier € 9A Mentors Recognize Student AchievementsPhoto SubmittedThe Safe Schools/Healthy Students Mentoring Program held a celebration breakfast at MCHS on April 25 and was sponsored by donations from community partners and mentor volunteers. Several students were recognized for their scholastic achievements.

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$199 Move-In Special!! 1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC accessible apts. Rental assistance may be available. HUD vouchers accepted. Call 850-948-3056. TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal Housing Opportunityrtn, c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER MOBILE HOME FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTED FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED www.greenepublishing.com SERVICES Classifieds . . . . . Friday, May 9, 2014 Madison Enterprise-Recorder € 13A Check us out on-line www.greenepublishing.com FLORIDA PRESS SERVICES, INC. STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED PROGRAM STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 5/12/2014 THROUGH 5/18/2014 I am a retired nurse; and want to do private duty work with the elderly. If you can use me, I am available for any shift. Excellent references. 464-7276 (Cell).3/26 rtn, n/c Ofce Building For Rent Across the street from the Courthouse, on Shelby Street. (between Owens Propane and Burnette Plumbing) Newly Renovated 1120 square foot. Call Emerald Greene 850-973-4141.10/16 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBe A CNA Would you like to work as a nursing assistant? Become a CNA. Quest Training offers a nurse taught, 40 hr. prep class. No GED required if age 18 yr. Day and Evening classes. 386-362-1065.5/7 5/28, pd1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.3/12 rtn, n/cNewspaper Bundles For Sale $1 each Greene Publishing, Inc. 1695 S. SR 53 in Madison (850) 973-4141.3/12 rtn, n/cCDL Class A Driver Needed 2 years veri“ed experience. Runs mostly SE extended area. Good 2 year MVR. Blue Cross and blue shield health insurance offered. (850) 929-2279.4/11 rtn, c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayJust received a new supply of repo homes Great price! Call for details (386) 466-8315.1/29 rtn, c Advertising Sales Representative (salesman) needed. Our newspaper of“ce is seeking an outstanding individual to join our sales team. Do you possess a sunny, friendly attitude? Can you talk with customers easily and help them feel at home? Do you have a good personality and LOVE to talk on the telephone? If you are a team player, able to handle multiple tasks, have a friendly can-doattitude, a great work ethic, are organized, and self-motivated then this job might be just for you. Valid Drivers License a must! Apply in person only at Greene Publishing, Incs newspaper of“ce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison.Too Much Junk? … Do you have a garage or barn or attic full of junk and want it clean? Granddads barn that needs to be cleaned or removed? Let us make you an offer on it all … And we clean it up at the same time. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c We want your Ghosts!! We are collecting YOUR stories of Ghosts, Goblins, Spooks, Specters, Aliens, Haunted Houses, Paranormal Events, Angels, and any other Supernatural Tales from Madison County and surrounding counties. We want personal experiences, legends, and family traditions. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c Set of four (4) “Weld” (Mountain Crusher) billet aluminum wheels 8 lug with bolt on center caps. Fits Dodge or Chevy. $200 OBO. Call (229) 460-5296.3/26 rtn, n/c A few chickens and a rooster for my yard. (850) 661-6868.4/9 rtn, n/c LAND FOR SALE OWNER FINANCING 1/2 acre lots, $14,995 $1,995 down, $149 mo. City Water, Paved Roads Cleared, Underground Power DWMHs, Modular Homes Hwy 53 North 1/2 mile. Graceland Estates Call Chip Beggs 850-973-4116chipbeggs@embarqmail.com5/7 rtn, c 4 BR, 2 BA House With “replace, large yard and no pets. Near Blue Springs. $700 month, $700 security. 1 year lease. (850) 274-5805 or (907) 230-4705.5/7 rtn, cFULL TIME COMMUNITY RELATIONS SPECIALIST Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an opening for a full-time Community Relations Specialist in our Madison Of“ce. The candidate is required to have a high school diploma or equivalent and three to “ve years of related experience. A Bachelor Degree in communications, marketing, public relations or business highly desirable. The ideal candidate should have outstanding people skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, effective working knowledge of marketing techniques, and the ability to plan, organize and facilitate time sensitive projects. The Cooperative offers competitive salary and bene“ts. Tri-County is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and Drug Free Work Place (DFWP). Please send resume and completed Tri-County Employment Application Form, which is available at any TCEC of“ce or online at www.tcec.com before May 30, 2014 to: Stephanie Carroll Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. 2862 West US 90 Madison, FL 32340.5/7, 5/14, cLake Park of Madison CNA Fulltime Contact Kim Browning HR or Connie Walker DON 850-973-8277.5/14, 5/21, c Voice and beginning piano lessons being offered by Shelly Smith. $15 per half hour lesson. Please call (850) 464-7560 to sign up.5/14 rtn, n/cFort Madison SelfStorage on 53 South has 5x10, 10x10 and 10x20 units available. Call (850) 973-4004.5/14 rtn, n/c12’x18’ building with 6’ porch located on State Road 53 South. Ideal for a small or start-up business. Come see for yourself how it could work for you. (850) 973-4141.5/14 rtn, n/c Adoption Devoted, Affectionate, Professional couple will help you, unconditionally love. Hands on with your baby. Maintain contact. Allowed expenses paid. Doug & Liz 866-7779344 Susan StockmanFL # 0342521 Adoption Are you pregnant? A childless loving married couple seeks to adopt. Will be hand on mom/dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Dawn & Domenick 1(855)985-4592. Adam Sklar #0150789 Business Opportunities OWN YOUR own Medical Alert Company Be the 1st and Only Distributor in your area! Unlimited $ return. Small investment required. Call toll free 1-844-225-1200. Educational Services AIRLINE CAREERS begin here Get FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Technician training. Housing and Financial Aid for qualified students. Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-7419260 www.FixJets.com Help Wanted Experienced OTR Flatbed Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to Qualified drivers. Home most weekends. Call: 843-2663731 / www.bulldoghi way.com EOE COLONIAL LIFE is seeking B2B sales reps Commissions average $56K+/yr. Training & leads. Sales experience required, LA&H license preferred. 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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014Madison County Carrier € 11A All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com ----Legals---IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2014-CA-00027 JUDGE: DECKER IN RE: Forfeiture of: $7,920.00 U.S. Currency & One (1) 2011 Nissan Versa VIN: 3N1BC1CP7BL512054 __________________________________________/ NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS ALL PERSONS who claim an interest in the following property, $7,920.00 & a 2011 Nissan Versa, VIN: 3N1BC1CP7BL512054, which was seized because said property is alleged to be contraband as de“ned by Sections 932.701 (2)(a)(16), Florida Statutes (2013), by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Division of Florida Highway Patrol, on or about February 6, 2014, in Madison County, Florida: Any owner, entity, bona “de lienholder, or person in possession of the property when seized has the right within “fteen (15) days of initial receipt of notice, to contact Sandra R. Coulter, Assistant General Counsel, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 2900 Apalachee Parkway, Room A-432, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399, by certi“ed mail return receipt requested to obtain a copy of the Complaint and Order Finding Probable Cause “led in the above styled court.5/7, 5/14 5/7, 5/14 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The District Board of Trustees of North Florida Community College will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. in the NFCC Board Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL. A copy of the agenda may be obtained by writing: NFCC, Of“ce of the President, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL 32340. For disability-related accommodations, contact the NFCC Of“ce of College Advancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC is an equal access/equal opportunity employer. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: The NFCC Board of Trustees announces its intent to vote upon a change to DBT Policy#4.00: Equal Employment Opportunity. The economic impact to NFCC due to the policy change is $0. Copies of the policy are available for public review in the Human Resources of“ce at NFCC. Persons wishing to address this issue may do so by appearing before the Board at the meeting. Persons wishing to appeal a Board decision related to this issue will need a record of the proceeding for such an appeal and may, therefore, need to ensure that a verbatim record is made.5/14 NOTICE There will be a meeting of the Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration on May 19, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the Aucilla Area Solid Waste Facility located at 1313 S.W. Greenville Hills Road Greenville, Florida. If you have any question please contact 850-948-4875.5/14

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By Fran HuntGreene Publishing, Inc.The Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors went into the State Championship Final last Thursday, May 8, against defending State Champions. Canterbury School of Florida (2011 and 2013) and Aucilla was skimmed for a 1-0 loss, to wrap up the season as the State RunnerUp. “We played a really great game,” said ACA Athletic Director Kevin Smith. “They (Canterbury) got a lucky hit in the top of the sixth inning. Natalie (Sorensen) attempted a diving catch, but just barely missed the ball and it rolled to the fence for Canterbury’s run. At the bottom of the sixth, we had two on and two outs. We tried our best, but just couldn’t get the ball into the field. Their (Canterbury) pitcher is very, very good. “We are very proud of the girls, for their attitude and demeanor throughout the course of the tournament. They are going back to Aucilla as winners. This is the first year ever that Aucilla has gone to the State Final and finished as the State Runner-Up,” said Smith. “This was only the second time ever that any Aucilla Christian Academy team had made it to the State Championship Final. The only other team to make it to the State Championship Final was the ACA Warriors baseball team in 1981, with then pitcher Bobby Thigpen on the mound. The Warriors finished as the State Runner-Up” Smith concluded. As a team, at the plate, the Lady Warriors had 25 plate appearances, 23 at bats, two hits, one single, one triple, one walk and 13 strikeouts. Whitney Stevens had three plate appearances, three at bats and two strikeouts. Ashlyn Rogers had one plate appearance, one at bat and one strikeout. Emma Witmer had two plate appearances, two at bats and one strikeout. Natalie Sorensen had three plate appearances, two at bats and one strikeout. Ramsey Sullivan had three plate appearances, three at bats and three strikeouts. Kelly Horne had three plate appearances, three at bats and one strikeout. Abigail Morgan had two plate appearances, two at bats, and two strikeouts. Elizabeth Hightower had three plate appearances, two at bats, two hits, one single, one triple and one walk. Taylor Copeland had two plate appearances, two at bats and one strikeout. Carly Joiner had three plate appearances, three at bats and one strikeout. On the field, the Lady Warriors had 26 total chances, four assists, 21 putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .962. Stevens had five total chances, four assists, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Witmer had one total chance, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Sullivan had two total chances, two putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Horne had nine totals chances, nine putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Morgan had three total chances, three putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Copeland had three total chances, three putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Joiner had three total chances, two putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .667. On the mound, Stevens pitched seven innings, giving up four hits, two walks, one run, which was earned, and striking out eight batters. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 12A € Madison County CarrierSPORTS Deadline For Picture Entry Is May 15th Honor your Senior by placing his/her photo In our special Graduation Edition of the Madison County Carrier Dont Miss This CHANCE! The Graduation Edition Will Run May 21st Sign Up NOW AE Only$25 Congratulations Marcus W e a r e s o p r o u d o f y o u Love, Mom, Dad & Ashley Actual Ad Size Name:____________________________ Message:_________________________ _________________________________ From:____________________________ _________________________________Greene Publishing € PO Drawer 772 (850) 973-4141 Lady Warriors State Runner-UpPhoto SubmittedThe 2014 Softball State Runner-Up Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors are pictured front row, left to right: Payal Chaudhar i, Lindsey Davis (bat girl), Carly Joiner, Natalie Sorensen, Whitney Stevens, Courtney Watts and Briana Nolan. Back row, left to right: Susan Morgan (Assistant Coach), Ansley Rogers (Assistant Coach), Megan Scho“ll, Emma Witmer, Gaige Winchester, Elizabeth Hightower, Abigail Morgan, Kelly Horne, Ramsey Sullivan, Taylor Copeland, Corey Brandies (Team Manager), Ashlyn Rogers, Jarod Lauth (Assistant Coach) and Becky Lauth (Head Coach).Photo SubmittedShown right, Aucilla Christian Academy Head Coach for the Lady Warriors and seniors Payal Chadhari and Whitney Stevens are shown with the 2014 State RunnerUp trophy.

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A remarkable Christian missionary and author, Amy Carmichael, wrote a book published in 1933 entitled Rose Briar Carmichael ministered in India and started a home for children being rescued from being temple prostitutes. This book was written especially for the ill; the confined; the elderly; the handicapped; and the suffering. Since she was bedridden for nearly 20 years, she writes from her experiences. My book is underlined, dog-eared and worn in many places, since I have been ill for nearly the last eight years. This book has ministered to me! I have experienced much prayer being offered and still being offered on my behalf. I appreciate every prayer and I continue to pray constantly and thank God my healing was purchased because Jesus took the stripes on His back for my healing. I am healed by His stripes. God has healed me from kidney failure and my heart being totally out of rhythm and recovering from that. He has spared my life and I have the wonderful privilege to serve the Lord and be His servant. Several people have mentioned to me that they feel they have been “laid aside.” They are no longer chosen to work in the Church, after years of being faithful at their post and loving to serve the Lord, but now it is over. They realize that the young people are the Church of tomorrow and are supportive of that, but they feel “laid aside” – discouraged, depressed! I personally have been told, “Carolyn, you have been laid aside and put on a shelf.” This leaves me feeling like I have been disregarded by God, rejected, of no use! Did you know that God's soldiers are never laid aside or put on a shelf? Amy Carmichael writes, “Soldiers may be wounded in battle and sent to hospitals. A hospital is not a shelf; it is a place of repair. And a soldier in the “spiritual army” is never off his battlefield. He is only removed to another part of the field when a wound interrupts what he is meant to do; and sets him to doing something else.” No soldier or server is ever “LAID ASIDE.” He is only given another commission, sometimes just to suffer, (share Christ's sufferings as Paul stated in his writings); sometimes in pain and weakness, to fight among the unseen forces of the field. Never, never, is he shelved as of no further use to HIS BELOVED CAPTAIN. The soldier must let his Captain say where, and for what, He needs him most, and he must not cloud his mind with questions. There is no discharge in our warfare – no, not for a single day. SOLDIERS ARE NOT SHELVED. You may be struggling physically, or perhaps life has hit you so hard in other areas, but “true valor” lies, NOT in what the world calls success, but the dogged going on when everything in you says, “Stop!” We must refuse the softness that would eventually sink to things below: dullness, selfishness and self-centeredness! Even as we age, let us determine to go on and be just the soldier with orders that Jesus would give us, individually! Even though there may be a “briar” for us, we find a secret sweetness. But it is the sweetness of Love, God Himself, that is the sweetness. You who are in a great weariness, or the exhaustion that follows a sore hurt, or in the terrible grasp of pain, God understands and is not far away from us. Amy Carmichael writes, “It seems clear to me beyond question, that in the lives of God's beloved, there are sometimes periods when the adversary is given permission to overcome us. Yet our Lord is saying about each of us, and about us all, as a little company of His children, He says, 'I can count on them for peace under any disappointment or series of disap2B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Path of Faith Cal U Toda! 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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014 € 3B Path of Faith pointments, under any strain, I can trust them never to set limits, telling me, 'Lord, this far and no further.' I can trust them NOT to offer reluctant obedience of a doubted faith, but to be glad and merry as is possible.” All that begins in the “gift of contentment.” God wants us to say, “My Lord, my Love, I am content with Thee. All my joy comes from You alone; not in services for You.” The child of God must be so, that GOD HIMSELF IS ENOUGH! The Bible tells us that God is “Our refuge, our help, our strength; a very present help in the time of trouble.” Amy Carmichael writes: “Thou hast that, my child, but thou hast Me, Am not I alone enough for thee? I know it all; know how thy heart was set; Upon this joy which is not given yet, Know it all, know how through the wistful days, Thou walkest all the dear familiar ways, As unregarded as a breath of air, But there is love and longing, always there, I know it all; but from thy BRIAR shall flow, A rose for others; if it were not so I would have told thee; Come, then, say to ME, My Lord, My Love, I am content with Thee!” I mentioned that we are soldiers in a “spiritual army.” That means we have to walk in the Holy Spirit; finding out what God's mind is regarding what we should do. The Lord's Prayer says, “Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.” God is a jealous God. He knows how entangled we are in this world – the physical realm. But, today, He is encouraging us to lay aside the physical and begin to do His bidding. Remember, we are not laid aside, but it's not about us; it's about Him and what He wants us to do. Be the light of Jesus in your family, church and community. Look for the overlooked, the downtrodden, the hurting, the sick, the sinner. That's what Jesus did! Remember, even in old age, we can be vital and green. Prayer: Father, in Jesus' Name, we come! Please help us to get out of the physical realm and more into what You want us to do. We offer our bodies as a living sacrifice. Thank you that we are never laid aside or put on a shelf. In Jesus' name, Amen. The Pulpit Cont. from page 2B Verses Of The Week Galatians 5:22-2322But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23gentleness and selfcontrol. Against such things there is no law.

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014 € 5B Path of Faith National Day Of Prayer Celebrated In Madison County By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. A downpour did not keep a handful of faithful people from attending the National Day of Prayer ceremony held at the Gazebo at the Four Freedoms Park at noon on Thursday, May 1. The ceremony began with a praise team formed of members from the Madison Church of God and the Madison County Boys' Choir singing. Rev. Bob Laidlaw, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Madison, stepped up to microphone and delivered a stirring message before praying a prayer for the United States and for Madison County. Valerie Thomas then did a great gospel song, backed by Desmond Roberson on the keyboard. She spoke briefly about the need for God's intervention in Madison County. Rev. Marcus Hawkins, pastor of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, then charged everyone with the responsibility of praying for the United States of America. He instructed the crowd gathered to split up into different groups with the focus on praying for our country. Through the years, a day has been set aside each year for a National Day of Prayer but in the 1950s, Congress passed a resolution recognizing the first Thursday of May each year as that day. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014First United Methodist Church Pastor Bob Laidlaw gives a stirring message during the National Day of Prayer ceremony in Madison. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014People listen intently as the preacher speaks the Word during the National Day of Prayer ceremony. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Part of the crowd did not mind standing under umbrellas in the rain during the National Day of Prayer. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014These young girls were enjoying the National Day of Prayer ceremony. Photos Cont. On Page 6B

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Path of Faith 6B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Prayer Cont. From Page 5B Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Desmond Roberson plays the keyboard as others stand behind him. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Valerie Thomas sings during the National Day of Prayer ceremony at the Gazebo at Four Freedoms Park. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Shiloh Missionary Baptist Pastor Marcus Hawkins charges the crowd gathered to pray for the country.

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014€ 7B Path of Faith Sauls Ordained With Jimmy Swaggart Ministries By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Senior Pastor Richard B. Sauls, along with First Lady, Sharon Sauls, Rev. Charles Lasseter, and daughters, Victoria and Hannah, traveled to Baton Rouge, La. on April 18 to the Jimmy Swaggart Easter Camp Meeting. Pastor Sauls with his wife Sharon by his side, walked up on the stage at Family Worship Center, along with other ministers, to be ordained with World Evangelism Fellowship, a ministry of World Evangelism Bible College and Jimmy Swaggart Ministries. Pastor Sauls was called to preach at the age of 14 and has pastored churches in Florida, Pennsylvania, Alabama and North Carolina. The main thrust of Pastor Sauls' message is the Message of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries and the ministry of the Apostle Paul in the Bible. That is the Message of the Cross – Jesus Christ paid the price so that we can be saved; but not only saved – we can live a life of victory through sanctification, healing, deliverance, and baptism In the Holy Ghost, all through the Cross. 1 Cor. 1:17: For Christ sent Me not to baptize but to preach the gospel: not with wisdom of words, lest the Cross of Christ should be made of none effect." 1 Cor. 1:18: For the preaching of the cross is to them who perish foolishness but unto us which are saved it is the power of God." 1 Cor. 1:23: For we preach Christ crucified." 1 Cor. 2:2: For I determined not to know anything among you save Jesus Christ, and him crucified." Gal. 2:20: I am crucified with Christ nevertheless I live; yet not I but Christ lives in me and the life, which I now live in the flesh I live by faith of the son of God who loved me, and gave himself for me." Sauls is the Senior Pastor of Lee Worship Center at 471 SE Magnolia Drive in Lee. Pastor Sauls invites anyone who would like a church that preaches the Cross to check out Lee Worship Center. His cell phone number is (919) 745-0225. His assistants are Rev. Charles Lasseter and Brother John Langell, all preaching and teaching the message of the Cross. Photo submittedRichard Sauls, pastor of Lee Worship Center, was recently ordained through World Evangelism Fellowship and Jimmy Swaggart Ministries. Calling All Churches:Send VBS Information By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Summer is almost here as children's eyes turn away from the clock in the classroom to the calendar. They anticipate the final bell to ring for the school year, signaling the beginning of summer and their vacation. One of the joys that children often experience during the summer is school itself – only this is VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL. If your church is one of those churches who help put smiles on children by offering VBS, please email the information to jacob@jacobbembry.com or call him at (850) 673-8269 (if no answer, please leave a message) and he will be glad to put the information in The Path of Faith for you.

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Angela Cucinella To Go On Missions Trip With Drama Team By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Angela Cucinella feels a special calling in her life and she left on Tuesday, May 13, to pursue the calling. Angela's first stop will be in Phoenix, Ariz. for a month of discipleship training. A month later, she will hit the road with the New Life Drama team and they will make appearances at churches, prisons, nursing homes, schools and on the streets, up and down the West Coast of the United States. The New Life Drama Company's ministry is three-fold: evangelizing the world through drama, encouraging the church and equiping young people for ministry. New Life Drama is a full-time traveling evangelism team, which usually has five to seven members from the ages of 18-25, using the art form of sketch drama to get across the gospel message. New Life Drama Company's unique style requires no use of lighting, sets or special effects. They may need microphones and a sound system for larger venues. In the past year, New Life Drama has led more than 2,500 people to Christ, ministered in more than 600 churches, birthed dozens of new drama teams and distributed over 250,000 gospel tracts. Angela attends church at the Renewed Life Outreach Center in Greenville. A graduate of home school, she took courses at North Florida Community College before making the decision to go on this extended missions trip. Angela said that she would be returning to Madison at Christmas and then she would see if God was still calling her to minister through drama, or see what else He has in store for her. If you would like to support Angela's trip financially, you can send money for the trip to her father, Paul Cucinella, at 231 SW Rutledge Street, Madison, F. 32340. Path of Faith 8B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014 St. Vincent's Takes Part In Bible Reading Marathon By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church enjoyed participating in the Bible Reading Marathon this year for the first time. The church had 17 people show up to take part in and support the activity on Monday, April 28, from noon until 4 p.m. Two were youth and there were 13 adults that read, including the pastor, Father Viet. There were also two people that came to listen to the Word being read. The church was so proud of everyone who made the commitment to support the event. Photo SubmittedSam Nash was one of the youngsters who read the Bible during the marathon. Angela Cucinella Photo submittedMerridy Archambault reads the Bible, accompanied by her mother, Misti Archambault. Photos cont. on page 9B

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014€ 9B Path of Faith Bible Reading Cont. From Page 8B Photo submittedElmire Cantey reads the Bible, as Frank Rubino awaits his turn. Photo submittedFather Viet, pastor of St. Vincent's, reads the Bible during the Bible reading marathon. Photo submittedFrank Rubino reads the Bible during the event. Photo submittedHelen Webb is shown during her time, reading the Bible. Photo submittedJean Fiori reads the Bible during the marathon. Photo submittedKim Washington reads the Bible. Photos cont. on page 10B

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Path of Faith 10B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Bible Reading Photos Cont. From Page 9B Photo submittedMariam Stephens reads the Bible during the marathon. Photo submittedRita Brown reads the Bible during the marathon reading session. Photo submittedRuth Dominicis reads the Bible during the round-the-clock Bible reading marathon held April 27-May 1.

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 14, 2014€ 11B Path of Faith Ken Autry is the former pastor at First United Methodist Church on the lake yard in DeFuniak Springs, Fl. I say, “former” pastor only because he has now moved on to another appointment. Those Methodists won’t let their preachers sit still for long. He once shared a letter with his congregation that I have yet to get out of my mind. The letter, while not written to Rev. Autry, had been written by a parishioner who had become quite disgruntled with her pastor. This is not uncommon. Sometimes there is the perception that those of the cloth should be absolutely faultless. When failures occur, and they certainly will, the fallout can be crushing. This is too bad. Sure, there are some bad apples in the barrel, but most pastors, priests, and rabbis are doing the best they can to honor their calling and to help others. They make mistakes, but don’t we all. This particular church member gave no quarter for such ministerial blunders. With teeth on edge she poured out a venomous letter to her pastor. She recounted his failures. She demeaned his family. She compared him to other great pastors that had gone before him (always good for your self-esteem), and pretty much read him the riot act. It was the conclusion of the letter that rings in my ears. She wrote, “I pray that you will come to know Jesus as I do, rather than just knowing Jesus like you do.” When we need ammunition against our enemies, any bullet will do. Even Jesus. Since his incarnation, Christ has taken on the form we require of him. The zealots of his time wanted him to be a revolutionary with sword in hand. The legalists tried so very hard to make him a traditionalist. The anxious masses, and those closest to him, attempted to make him their king. In fact, Jesus’ eventual crucifixion was due largely to the fact that he would not play by the rules. He would not be the kind of Messiah people thought he should be. He would not conform. We continue the tradition. If needed, we will wrap Christ in the red, white and blue and send him out before our armies waving the flag. We will use his words to strengthen capitalism (or some other “ism”) and justify our greed. We will explain away his hardest sayings in order to get cozy with him or we will drop his name in the right circles if it will garner a few more votes in November. Yes, it seems we’ve got Jesus right where we want him: Shrink wrapped, canned, freeze dried. In an emergency just add water. The Jesus who walked the Palestinian hills of the first century was a far cry from these things. Certainly he would have shocked us. The calloused hands of a carpenter; the olive skin of the Middle East; the dirty feet, shaggy hair, and tattered clothes of an impoverished wanderer: He is nothing like the white, middle-class, blue-eyed Jesus that appeared on my Sunday school flannel graph board. I admit I don’t always recognize Jesus. Just when I think I have him figured out, he does something crazy: Like command me to love my enemies; or tell me to do good to those who don’t deserve it; or challenge me to give away my possessions; or instruct me to turn the other cheek; or allow himself to be crucified. In his unconventional, eccentric manner he runs roughshod over my preconceptions. He overturns the established order of my life. He surprises me with his fierce grace. He calls me to himself demanding my soul, my life, my all. Jesus asked his disciples on his last night on earth, “Do you not yet know who I am, even after all the time I have been with you?” I am afraid the answer is still an embarrassing, no. But thankfully, we’ll have all of eternity to get to know this wild-eyed Jewish rabbi a little better. Maybe, just maybe, that will be time enough. Your Own Personal Jesus

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f t r t n b t f f n b n b n r n r f t n f $ t t r r t t n r f f n % t t n f t t t t t & $ $ n t % ) r & % & f f n r r f t t $ t n t f $ t t r r t t r n t n % t t n n t t n t t t $ $ ) n & ( % f t f n t t t t r t $ t t f t t r n f t % t t n t t n t t n % % + $ & f f $ ( $ $ & f f f t r t $ t r t n f r $ t t f t t n f t % t t n t t t t t t % & $ + % & b ! $ % & n f t % ) ( $ % & $ & ( & f f f n t t t r f $ t t r t t r n n t % t t t r t t t t t t $ $ % % $ t f & % & % & f r t t t t $ t t r r $ t t t t t f t n n % t t t t t n t t f & $ + & % % & r t n t % ) ) $ ) ! % & $ ( f f f n f t f t $ t t f t r $ t t n n t t n n r t n f % t t r t t f t t t ( $ & $ $ % % & b ! $ t ) & % $ $ & & + f f t t $ t t n f r $ t t n f t t r f n f % t t t t n t t t $ + % $ t % & $ n t n r t $ n t r t f f r r $ t t f r t t f r r n r % t t f r t t f t t t % % $ $ & f n % ) ) $ ) ! % & $ ( f f f n n t t t $ t n t t t r $ t t r t t f t f n % t t r t t t t t t $ $ % $ ! ) % r f % ) ) % $ $ ( f f f n r t t t $ t f t f r $ t t r t t t n % t t t t t n t t t % $ ) $ + ! n & f f f t t t t $ t f t f n t $ t t t t f n n % t t n t t t t t ) % t & ) & ) $ & $ $ ( f f f n t r t t t $ t f t f t t r n $ t t t t r t n % t t n t t r t t t % & ) & ) $ & $ $ ( f f f n f t $ t t n f f $ t t t t t n % t t t t t t t t $ $ ) + % f % ) ) % & $ & f f f n t t t t t f $ t t t r t t n % t t r t t f t t t + $ & % ) ) + ( & f f f n t t $ t n t t t r $ t t n t t n f f t n n % t t t t t n t t t % ! $ $ r f n % ) % ) $ $ $ ( f f f n t t t $ t r t n f $ t t f t t f n t f n % t t f t r t t t t t t $ % $ % % + ( r t % ) % ) $ $ $ ( f f f n f t $ t t t t $ t t t t n t n % t t f f t t t n t t t # $ n f ( % % & & f f t $ n n t r t t $ t t t t f t r t n % t t f f r t t t t t $ ! $ % & r n n f % ) % ) + n $ ( f f f n t t t $ t n t n r $ t t t f t t n n t n % t t f f t t t t t t $ ! r n n f % ) % ) + n $ ( f f f n r t t t t $ t r t t $ t t t t r r f n n % t t f t t r t t t ) & ! t f r r t t t t $ t n t n n f $ t t t t n r r r n n % t t f t t r t t n ) & & $ & $ % & ! t f r r t t r t t t $ t r n f t t r r $ t t t t r r n n % t t f t t n t t t $ % $ % & ) n $ n f ( f t t n t t t $ n t f t t $ t t n t t n n n % t t f t t n t t t & & f % $ ) + % f f r n t t $ t t t t $ t t f t t f n n n % t t f t t t t t t $ % ( ! n f $ ( f f f n n n t $ t f t t f r $ t t t t t t n n % t t f t t t t t t % ( $ % % & b % % ( $ ! $ ( f f f n f t $ n t f t t $ t t n t t f t n n % t t f t t t n & % $ $ + % ) % ( $ % $ $ ( f f f n n t t $ n t t t n n n $ t t t t n f t r n % t t r t t n t t t + $ + & f % & $ ( % & f n t n r f r t $ t n f t $ t t r t t f t n % t t r f t t t n & % $ $ + % ) % ( $ % $ $ ( f f f n f n t $ n t t t n n f $ t t t t t n r f t n % t t r f t t n $ $ ! & & f f % ) & % & f f n f f n t t $ t t n f r $ t t t t n n f t n % t t r f t t $ % $ $ & f n $ & $ & $ f r r n r t $ n t t f f $ t n t t t t n f t n % t t r f t t $ $ ! n r $ $ $ ) $ $ f r n t t t $ t t n t $ t n t n r t t t f t n % t t r r t t t n t t t ( $ & + $ $ ! f $ ( f f f n t t $ n t t r t n n $ t n t n t t r r f n n % t t r r r t t n t t t & $ + % ) ! ) + $ ( f f f n n t t t $ t n t t n t $ t n t t t n f n n % t t r r r t t t t t % & ( % ! $ & + ) f t t t $ $ & n t " f t f n t t t $ t n t n f $ t n t r t t t n n f n n % t t r r t t $ % $ $ & f n $ & $ & $ + f r t $ n t t f f r $ t n t r n t t f n n % t t r r t t f $ % $ % f r n t n f t $ t f t f f r $ t n t t t t t f r f n n % t t r r t t f r $ $ $ ) $ n t & % $ & f r t n n t r t $ t r t t n $ t n t t t n t t f n n % t t r t t t t t t % $ & $ % & b ) + % ) + t & $ f n f t t r n t t $ t t t n f $ t n t t t f t t t t t t t r t t t t t t % ! f r r f ) " ! $ ) $ ( & % % f f n t n t $ t r r t t f $ t n t f t t n r f t t t t t t t r t t t t t t % ( $ % $ $ n % ) % % ! $ ( f f f n t $ t t $ t n t t t n t r t t t t t t t t r n t t t t t t $ & + ) f t t t $ $ & n t " f t f n t t $ t n f f t t $ t n t t t t t t t t t t t t r f t t t t t t ) $ $ ! % f f r n t r t $ t t t f r n $ t n t t t t t t t t t t t t r t t t t t t % ) $ # r f r % ) % + $ $ ( f f f n t r t $ t f t t $ t n t r t t r f r t t t t t t t r t t t t t ) n r n & $ ) % & f f r n t f t $ t t n r f $ t n t t t n f n t t t t t t t t r t t t t % ! % ( $ t r r ! ( $ f f r n n $ t t t r $ t n t t t n f n t t t t t t t t r t t t t f + n ) $ $ $ % f f r n n $ t t n n r $ t n t t t f t t t t t t t t r t t t t r % $ n f r t % & $ & + $ f n f n $ t t t $ t n n t t t t t t t t t t t t r t t t t $ $ % & % " ! f t t n $ f f r t f t t $ t t t t $ t n n t t t n r t t t t t t t r t t t t $ & $ & t ) & ( + t n t t $ t t f n r $ t n n t f t t t t t t t t t t r t t t t % % $ & % % t ( $ $ $ f f r t f t t $ t t f n n t t $ t n n n f t t n t t n f n % t t r t t n t t t % & $ $ & n % ) % + $ $ ( f f f n n t t t $ t f t n r n t n $ t n n n r t t r f n f f n % t t r t t t t t $ # % $ & ! f $ ( f f f n t t t $ n t n t f r n t f $ t n n t t n r f n % t t r t t t t n & % $ $ + % ) % ( $ % $ $ ( f f f n r t $ n t t t n t r $ t n n t t n n t r f n % t t r t t t t t & $ $ + % $ n % ) ) + n $ ( f f f n r r t $ t t t n t $ t n n r t t t t f r n % t t n r t t t t t t % ! $ % & b $ n n n & + $ % & $ % & $ + n r n t t t $ t n f t t t n r n t $ t n n t t f n % t t t t n t t t $ $ $ $ r t % ) % + $ % f f r t t $ n t f t r n t $ t n n t t n n f n % t t t t n t t t % & ( + $ + % % & % f f r t f t $ t t n n t $ t n n t t f n % t t t t t t t ) $ $ $ ! % f f r n r t $ t t t n n n t $ t n n r t t r f t % t t f t t t t t t $ % % ) ) % % & $ $ $ ( f f f n t n r t t $ t t f n n n $ t n n t t t t % t t f t t f t t t ( % & & $ $ & f t % ) & $ $ f f t f t t $ t n t n f n n $ t n n t t r t t % t t f t t f t t n $ & $ $ $ + f r t ) f & $ & $ f f f n n r t t t t $ t t t t n n f $ t n n t t r r f t % t t f t t f t t r $ % $ t n n ) t & % & $ % f f t r t n t $ t n t t n n n r $ t n t t f t % t t f t t f t t $ % $ t n n ) t & % & $ % f f t r n t t n t $ t n t t n n n $ t n f t t r n r t t % t t f t t f t t $ $ # n r r & % & % f r n n r t t t $ t t t r n n $ t n r t t r n r t t % t t f t t f t t $ $ # n r r & % & % f r n n r t t t $ t t t r n n $ t n t t n f t % t t f t t f t r % % $ $ & n t r n % ) n & % & f f n n t t t $ t r t t n t $ t n f t t t n f t % t t f t t f t r & + ( $ n n % % & $ ! + + n n f n t t t $ t r t n t f n n $ t n f t t f t % t t f t t t t t $ + $ & $ % $ ) $ $ $ % f f r n f n t t t t $ t n t t n $ t n f t t n f t t % t t t t t t t t $ $ % & % $ $ $ & ) + % ) % n $ ( f f f n r t t t t $ t n t r f f n f $ t n f t t n r n f t % t t t t t n t t t % ! & r % ) ) % & $ & $ $ ( f f f n t t $ t n t t n r $ t n n t t n t t t t % t t t t n t t $ $ $ $ t ( $ & $ + f r r t t $ t t t t n $ t n f t t n n n r r t % t t t t t t n $ % ) & % % & ! r $ ( f f f n r t t $ t r f t n t n $ t n t t t t t t t t t t f t t t n $ % r n % ) ) % % & $ $ ( f f f n r f t $ t f t f n n $ t n t t t t % t t f t t t n % & $ + $ ( $ n f % ) ) % % & $ $ ( f f f n t t t t $ t n t f t n n $ t n n t t n t % t t f t t t t + % & $ % % % n n % % & $ + f f r n n n f f t $ t n r t t r n $ t n t t n n r t t % t t f t t t & $ + $ ! t t r t ) & t r n t t t $ t t n n f t $ t n t t n f t % t t f t t t & $ + $ ! t t r t ) & t r n t t t $ t t n n f f $ t n t t n f t % t t f t t t % $ $ & & f + % & ) ! t t r t n t t t $ t f t t t t n n f r $ t n f n t t n r f n n % t t t t t t t t $ $ $ ( $ r f ( $ & $ f f f t $ t n t n f $ t n f t t n n n % t t n n t t t t $ % ( b ! $ t ) & % $ $ & & + f f n t t $ t t n t t n n f $ t n f t t r n t r n % t t n n t t t t t & % $ n t % ) ) % ! $ $ & $ $ ( f f f n f t t $ t t t f n n f $ t n f t t t n % t t n n t t f t t t $ & + % ) ) $ ) ! % & $ ( f f f n t t $ n t n t n r n f $ t n r t t t n t f t n n % t t n t t f t t t r f % ) + $ & $ & ) & f t f t t t $ n t t t f n n f $ t n r t t n n t t n n % t t r t t n t t t % % $ % % & $ % $ & + $ $ & ( $ % % % % % r % ) $ n r % f f r t n t t t $ n t t f f n r n $ t n t t n f r n % t t t t t t t t & + $ $ & $ & $ & r t n t t t $ t t t t r n n r $ t n t t f r n % t t t t t f t t t % # & b % % t t t $ & ) % & & $ & r n t t $ t f t n r f $ t n f t t n % t t r t t t t t t $ ( % & & % r f ) n & % f t f r t t t t $ t r t n n r r $ t n t t n % t t t t t t t t % ) $ n " $ $ $ + f f r t f n t t t $ t r n n t n r $ t n t t n f r n % t t f t t t t t t & $ + & $ % & $ $ & ( $ $ & & $ % & n t ( $ % $ $ & & f t t t r n t t t t $ t t t n r $ t n t t t r t f n n % t t f t t t t t & $ + & $ % & $ $ & ( $ $ & & $ % & n t ( $ % $ $ & & f t t t r n n n t $ t t t n r $ t n f t t t r f f n % t t t t t t t t t $ + & t r % ) % + $ % f f r t

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f t r t n b n r f r f t t f b b r b t # & b $ b f f & b f f f t f b f b b b b ( & ) ( & ) ( & # & ( # & & " ( ( & ) ( f & & $ & ( ( t f # & b r $ b f f & b f r t b f b b r b b ' & f + & f # r t # & b $ b f r & b f t b f b b b b ( & ) ( & ) ( & # & ( # & & " ( ( & ) ( f & & $ & ( ( f t # & b r $ b f & b f f r f t f f b r b b b b # & f % ) ( $ & & r t # & b r f $ b f & b f f r t f b r b b b f b r # ) & ( # $ & f & ) ( $ & ( & r r t r # & b f r $ b f f & b f f t b r b b f b b + # ( & & ( f # $ & ( & # & r t # & b f $ b f f & b f r f f t f b r b b b f b ) # & & & f r # & & r t # & b $ b f & b f f t f f b r b b b b ' # & & f r + & f & r f t # & b $ b f f f & b f r f f f t r b f b b b b $ & # ( # & + # + $ & & r f t r # & b f r $ b r f f & b f t r r b f b b b b f $ & # ( # & + # + $ & & r f t # & b f r $ b r f & b f f f t f b f b b b b + " + & + # r t r # & b f $ b f & b f f r t b f b b b f b ' & f + & f # r f t # & b r $ b f f & b f t b f b b b b + " & + # r f t # & b f $ b f & b f t b f b b r b b ' ( & ' + # ) ( & & $ & f r t # & b $ b f f & b f r t b f b b b f b ( ) ( ( & & f # ) ( & ) & + $ r t f # & b $ b f f f & b f f t b f b b b b r " ( ( # " # & # r + & # r r t f # & b $ b f & b f f t b f b b b b & + # & & ( & " ( # r r f t # & b f $ b f f & b f f t b f b b b b ! & & ( r ( ( + & f t # & b $ b r f f r & b f r f f t b f b b b b f & # & ( f + & & # r f t # & b $ b r f f & b f r r t b b b b b r $ & & f r + # ) ( & # r r t r # & b f $ b f & b f f t f f f b f b b b b & ( & & # & ( r r f ( ( $ ( & ) & f f t # & b f $ b f f f & b f f f t f f f b f b b b b f # & r + & & & & # # r f t # & b $ b f f & b f t f f b f b b b b f & # # ( # ( + & & # r t # & b $ b f f f & b f r t f r b f b b r b r b & & & & & ' f ' & # r r t # & b f f $ b f & b f f f t f b f b b b b + ( $ ) & f + & ( & # r f t f # & b f $ b f f & b r f t f b f b b f b f b f f $ # & + $ # # # r f f t # & b f r $ b f & b r f t f b f b b f b f b ( $ ( & f + + # r t f # & b $ b f f & b r f t f b f b b r r b b & # & ' & + ( ( & # r f t # & b $ b f r & b r f t r f b f b b f b r b ! & " f r + & & & ( & # r t r # & b r $ b f f & b r f f t r b f b b f b b + # # $ & ( f # & # & + ( & r f r t r # & b f f $ b f & b r f t r b f b b r b r b ( b & ( r r + r f # ) ( r t # & b $ b f f f & b r f f r t r b f b b r b b ( # + & # r + # ( ) ) ( & # r f f t f # & b r $ b r r f & b r f f t r b f b b b f b ( # ( & $ # # f $ $ & b f t f # & b $ b f f & b r f f t r b f b b b b & ( $ # # f f ( ( r r f t r # & b r f $ b f f r & b r f f r t r b f b b b b ) # & r f f + r & # # r f t f # & b f $ b r f & b r r r r r t b f b b b b # + & $ ( r # ) ( & ( b r f t f # & b $ b f & b r r t r r b f b f b f b b + & " # f # ) $ & & r t # & b $ b r f & b r f t f r b f b f b f r b b f $ & & $ ( & & r r t r # & b $ b r f & b r t r b f b f b f r b b r $ & & $ ( & & r r t # & b $ b r f & b r f t f r b f b f b f r b b # & ( & ( & & + # & r r t # & b $ b f f & b r f f t r b f b f b f r b b # & ( & ( & & + # & r r t # & b $ b f f & b r r f t r b f b f b f r b b # & ( & ( & & + # & r r t # & b $ b f r & b r f t r b f b f b f r b b # & ( & ( & & + # & r r t # & b $ b f r f & b r t r b f b f b f r b b f + & & # ' " r t r # & b f $ b f r r & b r r t r b f b f b f r b b r # & & r r f t # & b $ b r r & b r f t r b f b f b f r b b # & ( & ( & & + # & r r t # & b $ b f r & b r t r b f b f b f r b b # ' $ # # f r t # & b $ b f r & b r f f t r b f b f b f r b b # & ( & ( & & + # & r r t # & b $ b f r & b r r f t r b f b f b f r b b # & ( & ( & & + # & r r t # & b $ b f r & b r t r b f b f b f r b b & ( ! 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f t r t n b t f f n b n b n r n r f n # b n n b b ) r b f b f t $ t b t t f b b n b b $ $ & r r t $ $ # % # n b r f b b b # b b b t n n f # b n b b b f t $ t b t t f b b n b t n $ # $ n b t t b ( f % & b r f b b b # b n b b b t f n r # b n b b t r b b f t $ t b t t f b b n b t # $ $ n b t t b ( f % & b r f t r b # b n b b b t n # b n b b b f t $ t b t t f b b n b t f $ # $ n b t t b ( f % b r f b b b # b n b n b b n # b n r b b f t r b f t $ t b t t f b b n b n b & n $ $ # $ ( n b r r f b b # b f n n b n n # b n t b b f b f t $ t b t t f b b n b f f % # $ # % # # $ % # # b t t b r r r r b b # b b f b t t f n b # b n n b b n t n b f t $ t b t t f b b n b f # # n t n & # $ ( n f b b # b b b t b b b t n t # b n r b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b n # % $ % # ) t n b # n r b t b # t b t r b n t n n # b n b b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b f % # + r t b $ ( f % $ % t f f r b t b # b n b t n b n # b n t b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b f % # + r t b $ ( f % $ % t f f r b t b # b n b t t r n f # b n n b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b f % # + r t b $ ( f % $ % t f f r b t b # b n b t n n n r # b n r b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b r t $ % ( # % # ( # # r b n % $ # $ r b t b # t b n b b n # b n f b b r n b t $ t b t t r b b b $ # % $ % f # # # n b n $ f t t b r b t b # t b n b t n n # b n b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b $ * n n ) # & & $ f n b r b t b # t b f t b t f t n # b n t b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b % # + r t b $ ( f % $ % t f f r b t b # b n b t t n b # b n r b b f b b t $ t b t t r b b t % # ( % $ $ t r f t % r b t b # t b n b n f n t # b n b b f b b f t $ t b t t r b b # ( b r # % # n t r b t b # t b n b t n n # b n b b b f t r t b f t $ t b t t r b b t b $ % $ # % % f & % # $ n n n b r b t b # b f n b n n f # b n n n b b ) n r n b t $ t b t t b b n b b b % # # & $ f $ # $ n f b t b b b # b t f b r n r # b n f n b b ) b t $ t b t n b b b t b n $ % ( # # % t $ # $ n f b r b t f n b # b b f r n # b n b b n n b n t b t $ t b t n t b b b b b b $ & # $ # $ # n r $ ( % # ( # $ n f b f t t r b # b f t b t r n # b n b b n b t n t $ t b t n b b b n b b # # % % & n f $ ( % # % # n b r n b b # b f b t t n # b n f b b ) t r f t n t $ t b t n b b b n b b r $ # n $ # % # % # n b r n b # b f b t f n b # b n b n b b ) n r n t n t $ t b t n b b b n b # # # t f b ( & $ b # n t t b b b # b b b n n t # b n b f b b ) b f t n t $ t b t n b b b n b $ # ( $ # t f $ ( % # % # n b r r n b # b b b t n n # b n b b b f t t n t $ t b t n b b b b b b # # $ $ % % $ n f r $ n b r f r t b # b b b t n r # b n r r b b n f t t $ t b t n f b b b n b b t % $ # b $ & % # ( # n b f f f b b # b n b b b b n # b n t b b ) n f t n t f t $ t b t n f b b n b b b $ $ # # # % # & % $ n $ # % & # # n b r n t n b # t b b t t n # b n n b b ) n t f t $ t b t n f b b n b b b ( $ # + % t $ # n r r n b r f b # b b b t b b b t n # b n t b b t n t t f t $ t b t n r b b b b b b b ( $ # + % t $ # n r r n b r b b b b # b b n t f n # b b b b b b r t r t $ t b t n r b b b b b # % # # # % ) n % # n b n r b t b # b r n b n b b # b b b t b b r b t t r t $ t b t n r b b b b b # % # ) n % # n b n r b t b # 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n t $ # % % # $ n f b t b r b # b r b t n n r # b n r b b t n n t n t $ t b t t b b b b b ) ( ( # % ) f n f b b # b f b n b f n # b r f b b ) n t f t n t $ t b t r b b b b b b # # $ ( # $ t $ & ( # $ n f b n b b b # b f b t t n # b r r b b ) r n r n t $ t b t r b b t b b b # # $ ( r t $ & ( # $ n f b t b # b f b b # b n b b t b b f n t $ t b t f b b b b $ % r t ( % # % & # b n b n f b # b b b f n # b b b f n t t $ t b t f b b b t f ) # $ % ( t n r $ ( & # # n b r n f n b # b b b t b # b b b ) f t $ t b t b b b b b # # # $ % t b f b $ # # n b r r b b b # t b b b f # b f n t b b t b r n r t $ t b t b b f b b b ( # $ % # f n $ # n r r n b r t r b b b # b b b b r # b f n r b b ) n b n n r t $ t b t f b b t b b t ( $ % % % f n $ # n r r n b r r t b # b r t b f # b f n b b ) n n r t $ t b t b b t b b b ( $ # $ f r $ # n r r n b r t b b b # b n b b n # b f b b f b n r t $ t b t b b t b t # $ # # ) r r t n b r n b b b # t b n t b t b # b f f r b b ) r n r b r t $ t b t b b f b b t # & $ & # + + r f $ # $ % n b r t n b # b n f b t # b f r r b b ) n b t $ t b t f b b b b b ( $ b $ % % $ % n b r r b b b # b f f b n f r f b # b f r b b ) n b t $ t b t f b b f b b b ( $ n f $ # $ % n b r f t t b # b f b b f f t # b f r b b r b t t $ t b t f b b r b b t % # # % f n $ & ( # $ n f b t r b # t b n b b t f n # b f r b b ) r r t $ t b t f b b b b b # $ r t $ % % $ % n b r f n n b # b b b t f # b f b b n b t n $ t b t b b t b b b $ # # f t # r n b b t n r # t b b b b n b f f # b f b b n f r b b t n $ t b t b b b b r # $ # f t b r n $ % ( $ % f b t b # t b r r b b f # b r b b b ) t t b b n n $ t b t f b b b b f b n ! $ $ # n b $ $ % n b r r b b b # b b b t f # b r t b b t r b n n $ t b t f b t b b b b f # $ % % # % t f % # % # % # % % t t b r b # b f b n t f # b r b b b t t b n n $ t b t f b t b b b % $ % $ % f t $ ( # % $ % # % $ % & f t b b t b # b r n b f t r b # b r n b b t b r r b n $ t b t f b b b b b b b ! $ # $ % # n $ ( & # # n b r t b b # b f b t b r # b r b b r t n b f n $ t b t f t n b b n b b b $ % $ t b r $ ( & # 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f t r t n b n r f r f t t f b b r b n r $ ( ) % & # r r r b n n $ n n f # n n f r n $ n r n n n b n f % n n n n r r $ & % $ n ) " $ + ) " r r n f r b n n $ n # n n f r $ n r n n b n f % n n n n r $ $ % $ # $ & + % & r r n r b n n $ n n f # n n r r f $ n r n n b n f % n n n n n ( $ " $ $ ( $ $ + r n n ) % & & & $ r r n f b n n $ n n # n r r $ n r n n b n f % n n n n ( $ $ $ $ # $ n n % $ # & n r r r n b n n $ n n # n f r $ n r f n n n n b r n f % n n n n $ + f n " $ & # $ r n b n $ n # n f r r $ n r f f n n r b n f % n n n n $ & $ % $ + % ! $ & # $ r n b n n $ n n # n f r $ n r f n n b n f % n n n n + $ $ + f n % ) n r # r r n b n f n $ n # n n r $ n r n n f f r b n f % n n n n $ % f r % ! & $ r f n n b n n $ n # n n f r $ n r n n n b n f % n n n n r + & + & ( & + & n " % & + ) " r r n f r f r b n n $ n # n f r r $ n r n n b n f % n n n n ) ) & + % ) $ ! $ + $ & + r f n f b n n $ n n # n n r n $ n r n n b n f % n n n n $ + n n % ) % & ) % & $ % r r r r b n n $ n f # n r $ n r n n b n f % n n n n f $ $ & f n % ) + $ $ r f n n b r n $ n f n # n n n r r $ n r n n f b n f % n f n n n n n % & & $ + ! # " ) & % # $ % r f n n b n n n $ n r # n n r r $ n r n n b n n f % n r n n n f n n ( ! & f f ! % & % ( r f n b n n $ n n # n n r $ n r n n b n f % n r n n n f n n f $ % $ % % $ n & ( & $ $ ( f r ) % & # r r n b n n $ n f # n r f r $ n r n f n n b n f % n r n n n f n % % % $ $ r r n + % $ # & r n " & $ r r n r b n n $ n f f # n r $ n r n n n b n f % n r n n n f n f $ $ $ f f n ( ) " ( + ) " r r n f b n n $ n r # n r f r $ n r n n n b n f % n r n n n f n f r % & " $ $ $ % & " & n f # $ & ! + & r r r b n n $ n f f # n r r $ n r n n b n f % n r n n n f n f $ ! $ + ! & f $ $ ) % & # r r b n n $ n f # n n r n $ n r f n n n r b f n f % n r f n n r n n n ) $ f % $ r r f n r f b r n n $ n f # n n r $ n r f n n b f f n f % n r n n f n n n % & & # ( & $ r f $ & $ $ $ r f n f b n $ n f # n r f $ n r r f n n n b n f % n r n n n n n n # $ $ ( + % + % & r f n f b n n $ n f # n f n r r $ n r n n f f b f % n n f n n n $ $ % & $ % ( $ " $ ! f n $ ( $ % & " $ % % & " " ! $ # n b n n $ n # n r r r $ n r f n n n b r f % n n f n n n f n % $ f r f n b n $ n # n r r $ n r n n f f b f % n n n n n n % ) $ $ n + % & + ) " r r n f n n b n $ n n # n f r $ n r n n f f f b f f % n n n n n n ) & $ % ) # & $ & $ % & $ & r n b n n $ n n # n f r $ n r n n n n b f % n r n n f n n n $ $ $ & $ f r % % $ r r f n r n b n $ n # n f r $ n r n n n b n f % n n n n n n n $ % $ % $ f f f % % $ r r f n b n n n $ n n # n r r $ n r n n n r b r n f % n n n f n n n + % % & + & $ r f % & % & % $ r r b n n n $ n # n f r n $ n r n n f r b r f r f % n n n n n n f $ " ! + # $ % % % & # $ ( $ n f n b n $ n # n n f r $ n r n n f b f r f f % n r n n % $ ! f n & $ $ % $ ! & $ & " n b f n $ n f # n n r f $ n r n n f n b f n f f % n r n n n & + # % n n % ) n n & & $ # $ # % r r n f r n b n $ n # n n f r r $ n r n n f f b f f % n n n n f $ % $ % + ( r % ) f & % & $ $ r r n f r f f n b n f n $ n # n f f r $ n r n n f r b f f % n n n n n f # $ $ % & r n ) " $ $ % # $ % r r n b n n $ n # n n n r $ n r n n n b r n % n n n n n n & & % % ! $ % % ) $ % ( r f f f b n n n $ n # n r $ n n r n n b r n % n n f n n n $ $ $ & & % $ r r % $ r % & % r f f r b n n $ n r # n n r $ n n f n n n b r n % n n r n n n % ) & % $ ! % $ $ & $ f f # " # r f n r b n n $ n # n n f n n $ n n n n f r b r f n % n f n n n n r $ + & $ + & & + r $ ( $ & $ & $ r f n b n n $ n # n n f n n $ n n n n f f n b n % n f n n n n $ + & $ + & & + r $ ( $ & $ & $ r f n b n n $ n # n n f n n f $ n n n n f r b r f n % n f n n n n & $ % % # # $ $ # $ # % r r n f b n n $ n r # n f r n r $ n n n n b n % n f n n n n $ " ! ! $ $ n n " ) $ & + $ % % f n b n n n $ n r n # n f n $ n n n f r b n n % n n n n n $ & $ $ & ) % & # % % n n f b n n $ n r # n r n $ n n n f r b n n % n n n n & ) $ % % n $ % ( r f f f n b n n $ n # n n n n $ n r n n f b n % n r n n n $ $ $ & + $ $ $ $ f f f & # ( r f n n b n $ n # n f n $ n f n n n n b n % n n r n n n $ $ % % % f n $ ( & & % ( r f n f b n f n $ n # n f r n $ n f n n n b n % n n n n n $ % % ) & % & r r r n f b n f n $ n # n r n n $ n f f n n n f n b f n % n f r n n n $ $ $ & & f % & $ $ r f n f b n f n $ n r # n r n $ n f r n n n b n % n r r n n n $ & + $ & & $ t ( # & $ % r n f & & $ ) % $ r n f b n f n $ n # n n $ n f r n n r b n n n % n n n n n $ & % $ $ & n % $ & # & $ " % % % r r b n n $ n # n f f f $ n f r n n r b n n n % n n n n # $ + f f % ) % & # $ & % & r r r b n n $ n # n f $ n f r n n r b n n n % n n n n $ & & f r % & & $ $ ) & $ r r f f r b n n $ n # n $ n f n n r b n n n % n n n n $ % % ( # " r % r f r r b n n $ n # n f r n $ n f n n r b n n n % n n n n % ( % & % $ $ + $ # " r % r f r r b n n $ n f # n n f $ n f n n r b n n n % n n n n $ % % ( # " r % r f r r b n n $ n # n f r n $ n f n n n r b n n n % n r n n n $ % % ( # " r % r f r r b n n $ n # n f r n $ n f n n f b n % n n n n ) + ( + n # % & % $ ! f n r f f r b n n n $ n f f # n n n f n $ n f r n n f f b n % n n n n % & % " + % + r % % $ r % r f r n r b n n n $ n # n n f $ n f n n b n % n n n n $ $ + & $ $ n $ ( % & $ " % ( r n f b n n $ n # n r n f f $ n f r n n b n % n n n $ % $ % # " r f n b r n $ n f # n r f f r $ n f n n f b r n % n n n r $ $ & $ % & ( ) ) + r f n b n n $ n f # n f $ n f n n f f b f n % n n n $ $ " $ % & ( ) ) + r f n b n $ n # n r r f $ n f n n f b n n % n n n $ $ " $ % & ( ) ) + r f n b n n n $ n # n r r f $ n r n n r b n % n n $ n n ) & $ % ! & # " r n $ r f b n $ n # n r n f $ n r f f n n r b n % n n $ n $ $ % ( % $ ( $ f % & ' % & $ & f f % ( r f f b f f n $ n n n # n f $ n r f r n n b f f n % n n $ n $ $ % ( % % $ ( $ f % & ' % & $ & f f % ( r f f b $ n r n # n f f f $ n r f n n r f b r n % n n $ n $ r f % ) + n % r f r n f b f n $ n f # n r n $ n r f n n f b f n % n n & n f % ) $ + n ) & % & $ ) & $ r r b n $ n # n n f r $ n r r n n f b n n % n n & n f + $ + ( ) & % ) + r f n b n n n $ n # n n f r f $ n r n n b n % n n r n n n $ $ & $ $ & # r f ' $ $ r f n b n n $ n n # n n r r $ n r r n n n b n % f n ) n r ) $ f ) ) $ r f n f b n n n $ n f # n f r f r $ n r n n b n n % f n ) n r f ) ) $ r f n b n n $ n f n # n n r $ n r n n n f f b n % f n ) n f $ % ( $ r f % & $ & $ + % ( n f b n n n $ n f n f # n r $ n r n n r b f n % f n ) n " $ $ % & & # " r f n f b r n n $ n f r # n n n f r $ n r n n f b n % f f n n $ n & ) % # $ % & + f % % ) + r f n b n r $ n f f # n f f r $ n n n f b n n % f f n n $ n & ) % # $ % & + f % % ) + r f n b n $ n f f # n f f r $ n n n r b n % f f n n $ n % % ) & " ! 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f t r t n b n r f r f t b t f b b r b b f f r # b f t b b t t f f t n $ t t t b b b b t & $ & # n # $ % $ % # * t t n t n f b b n b # t b f f b b f r # b f b b t n r b t n $ t t t b b b b n n # # # # $ % # t t ( % b t f b b # b f b b f b # b f t b b ) t b n b n $ t t t t f b b t b b b # % % # & $ % # % # & $ % # % ) n n $ ( # f n t b # t b b t f n # b f r b b b b t n n $ t t t t b b t b b ( $ # $ % f r n $ # # n b r n b b b b # b n t b t f f f f # b f b b t n b n n $ t t t t b b b b b b $ & % $ f r $ ( ( % # n b r n t b f b # t b t b t f r # b f b b ) t f n f t b n $ t t t n n b b b b b b $ & % $ f r $ ( ( % # n b r n b b # t b t b t f # b f t b b n n r f b n $ t t t n f b b r b b b $ & % # n r $ % % & $ $ r f b t n n b # t b r r b t f # b f f b b n b b t n $ t t t n r b b b b # $ & $ t b $ # $ # n f b b n b # b f b n r f # b f f b b b b b t n n $ t t t n b t b b b ( ( # # # t b n r t t % # n b b f b # b f f n b b b b t n n $ t t t n b t b b b % % $ # # b b b # % % t t b # b b n t b f t # b f r n b b n n b t b t t b t n b b b b b b % # n f b ( # # n t b b b # b b b r f n # b f r b b t b b t t b t n b b t b b b % # # n f b ( # # n t f b b b # b r b b t f # b f b b b b t f n f n t t t b t b b b b b b % # $ ( $ t n b ( # # n t b b # b b b f f # b f b t b b n f f n f t t t b t b b n b b b % # $ t n b ( # # n t t b t b b # t b f b t b f r # b f b n b b n r t t t b t b b b b b % % # $ # % $ t n b ( # # n t r b b # t b f b t f f # b f t t b b t b b t t n t b t b b b b b b % # n f b ( # # n t t f t t b # b b b r f # b f t r b b ) r b r b t n t b t b b f b b b % # n f b ( # # n t r b # b b b n f # b f b b n b b n t t b t n b b f b b b & & $ % # n t # # n n b r r r b # b b n f # b f f n b b t f f f b t t b t n b b b b b $ & # # # # % ) r $ n n b r r r b # b n f b t r n f t # b f r b b t t f t b t b b b t b b b # ( $ # n # % $ $ n b t t b b b # b t t b b r f n # b f r b b r t t f t b t f b b b b b b $ # # % t r b ( ( b # n t r b b b # t b b b f t f # b f b b ) r b t t r t b t r b b n b b t # % # # # $ t f t ( & $ b # n t t b b b # b t n b f f f f # b f b b b f n b t t r t b t r b b b b # % # # # % $ t b ( $ % ( $ % $ % % n f f t b b # t b t n b b b f r # b f r b b f n t t r t b t r b b b b # # n n r ( ( ! # ( # # n t t b b b # b r b b f # b f b b f b t r t b t r b b b b b # # $ $ & $ b ( $ % $ % % n f f n b b b # b r b b b t f # b f b b ) n r r t r t b t b b n b b b $ % % $ $ # t f t f ( b ( # n t t t n n b # b f t b t r f # b r b b b b t b n t t b t b b b b b b b # & t b r % ( b n t b b b b # b t n b t f # b r b b b b r f n n t t b t t t b b b b b b # & t b r % ( b n t n b b b # b t n b t f b # b r b n b b ) t b f b n f t b t n b b t b b b $ & # # % % ) # n t n r b b # b b b b r f t # b r b n b b t n f t b t n b b b b b b $ ( ) t b r n b f t b b b f n # b r b b b b ) f t n f t b t n b b b b b b & % % $ t n $ ( $ $ % # # n t n b b b # b n r b b b f # b r b n b b r b r n f t b t t b b b b b b # $ # % & # & # $ $ % t $ ( $ $ % # # n t b b b # b t b b r r b # b r b n b b r r n b t r b b b b b b + # % # f % # $ % # % $ & % b b % # & b b t t b b b # t b n b t r b # b r b f b b t b t n b t r r b b b b b b + # % # f % # $ % # % $ & % b b % # & b b t f b b b b b # t b r b n r r r b # b r b b b ) r n n b f t b t f b b b b b b # # $ $ % # & $ % % n n ( & $ n n t # n t f r b # b f n b b t r r b # b r t b r b b ) n n b f t b t b b b b b b # ( % # n t ( & $ n n t # n t t t b n b # b r b n f r r t t # b r t b b b ) f r n b b f t b t b b n b b b # ( n t ( & $ n n t # n t r b b # b b b b r b r t # b r t t t b b ) n n b f t b t b b b b b # % % ) f t # n t t t b n b # b n b t b r t f # b r t t n b b f n f b f t b t b b b b b $ # % t f # % # # $ n n r t t b n b # b f t t b b f r t r # b r t t b b f t t b f t b t b t b b b b $ t r ( & $ n n t # n t t t b n b # b f t b b f r t # b r t b b ) t r t b t t t b t t b b n b b b # ( $ $ # ( & % % n b ( % % # # n t r b t b # b r b b b r n r t # b r t t b b b t t f t b t n b b b b b b # $ ( b b $ % t n n t b b b b # b n b n t r t # b r n b b b t b n b t t b t f b b b b b b b # % % % # $ % ) f n t # n t t b b b # b t r b n b r n b # b r n b b b ) f t t b t f b b b b b b % # ) t t # n t t r b # b f n b t r n t # b r n t b b b t t t b t f b b b b b b $ $ % # $ f $ % ( $ # n t t b b b # b b r b b r n n # b r n t b b t t t b t f b b n b b b # % # n b b n ( # % b r t b b b # b t b b r n # b r n t f b b t f t t b t f b b b b b b $ $ # $ % # t r & # n b r b # b n b n f r n f # b r n t b b ) n r n t t b t r t b b b b b b $ % # & # % t b t ( & $ n n t # n t t n n b # b b n t b r n r # b r n n b b t f f t t b t r b b b b b b ) f # n t t b b b # b n b n b n r n # b r n b b b t t b t f b b b b b b $ % n t # % # # n t n t b # t b b b b b r n # b r n b b ) n r n t t b t r b b b b b b $ # # ( # t f b # t f b b # t b b t f n r n # b r n b b b r t t b t b b b b b b $ # $ $ r f f f ( # $ $ $ % # n t t f b b # b b b n n r n # b r n f t b b f r t t b t b b b b b b $ # $ % $ ) t f # n t # b n b t b r b # b r n f b b r f t t t b t b b n b b b # & $ % % n b + # # $ n n f f n b # b r t b b r r t # b r n f b b t b t n t t b t b b b b b # # % $ f n t b # $ % % r t $ n n t b n b # b r t b b r n # b r n r n b b ) n r n t t b t b b b b b b % % ) r f r # n t f b # b t b n t r # b r n r b b r r f b b b b b b t b b t b b b ( ( & % t f $ ( # # # % n b n f f b b # b b r b b r r f # b r n r f b b n t t b t b b b b b b # ( # ( n t $ t b # b b b n r r # b r n b b b ) r n r t t b t t b b t b b b $ # ) f # n t b t f n b b b # b t b r r # b r n b b t b n b r t t b t n b b t b b b # ( $ f b r % # % f n r b b # b b f b f r r # b r n f b b r f t t b t b b b b b b $ % $ % t t % $ % # # % f t t r b # b b b r b r # b r n b b n b b t t b t b b b b b b $ ! 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# & ) ( & & & # ( r f & b r t b b b r r b f b & ) f + ( & r f f & b t b b b r r b f b ( ) & & & $ # # & r f f & b t b b b r r b b & # & f + # & & ( & r f f & b t b b b r r b b & # & # r f + ( & r f f & b t b b b r r b b & & ) & & r r & b r f t f f b b b r r b b # & ( # & # & ( n # & ( f f & # # ( $ ( r f r f & b t b b b r r b b # & ) ) $ # # r r & r f r r & b f f r t r b b b r r f b f b ' $ # # r ( # f r & b f f t b b b r r r b b ) ( & ' $ # # r f f & r f r & b f r r t b b b r r b b & & ) & & r r & b f f t b b b r r b f b ( ( + # ) & ( f r + f r + # & ( r & b f r t b b b r r b f b f # & # $ $ # # f & r f r & b f f t b b b r r b b & ( # & # $ # # & r f f t f # & b f r $ b r r & b r f r t b b b r r b b ' # ) & * + # f r ) & & + # # & + # r r r & b r f t b b b r r r b r b # # ( $ # # & r f & b r f t b b b r r b b $ # + # & # $ # # & r f f & b t b b b r r r b b & + # # & " $ # # f & r f r & b f r t f b b b r r b b # ) & $ & # $ & ( f r f # $ ( ) " # t # & b $ b & b f t b b b r r b f b # & $ # # r & r f & b r f f r t b b b r r b b $ & # # & # ( # & $ # # r r & r f & b t b b b r r f b b # ( ) $ # # & & r $ & $ & & $ ( # r r & b r t b b b r b f b & & ( & ) + # & ( & ( & r f & b f t b b b r f f b b " & # n # # " " f + # & # & r f & b f t b b b r f b b # & # ( # $ # # r f & r f & b f f t f f b b b r f b b ( # $ # + & & f $ $ & ( # r & b r t f b b b r f b b ( # $ # # " ( n # & # + $ # # & r f & b r f r t r b b b r f b b ' $ # # r ( # f b r & b f t f b b b r f b b # & ' ( ( + ) & & r f & b t r b b b r r b b & # & ) f + # & & ( & r f & b f r t r b b b r r b r b ( # $ ' + ( & & ( # $ & r f b t # & b $ b & b f t r b b b r r b b ) ) $ & & ( ) & $ # # f & r f & b r t f b b b r r b b ' $ # # r ( # f b r & b t b b b r r b b & # & f + & ( ) ( & ( & r f f & b t b b b r r b b & # & ( f + & ( ) ( & ( & r f r & b t b b b r r b f b ) r r r + & ( ) ( & ( & r f & b f r t r b b b r b b # $ & ( f r & ( # & ( $ & & b r f f t b b b r b b & & n # + & & & & " f & b t b b b r b f b ( # $ ' ! 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f t r t n b t f f n b n b n r n r f t b % # & $ % # b # t b n f b t r # b r f b b b t n t r t f n t b n f b b b b b b % % & # % % b r n ( r % $ % t f n # b r f t b b f b b n t b n f b b t b b b # $ $ % % # ) n # n t # b r f b b t b f n t n t b n f b b b b b # $ # $ % # # ) n # n t t b # b t t b n # b r f f b b ) b f n t b n f b b f b b b # & % ) # ) r t # n t b b # b r r b b t f n t n t b n f f b b b b b b % % % t $ # ( $ n f b b b n # b r b b t n f b n t b n f r t b b n b b b ( + % # $ ( & # # n t r r b # b n b n r b # b r f b b t n t b n f r t b b b b b ( $ # $ ( & # n n t % % # % % b f f n t b f # b r t b b ) f n t b n f b b b b b b b $ % # % n t $ ( $ % # n t r f b # b b b t n b b r # b r b b t n t b n f b b b b b b $ % ) n r # n t r r b # b r r t b n n b # b r r b b f n t b n f b b t b b b % $ % + % $ ) r n # n t b # b r b b f f r n n t b n f b b b b b b b $ $ # & % # # # % n f b # b b b f b # b r b b t b n t b n f t b b b b b b $ # % # # ) t $ n f t r b # b r t n b b b # b r r b b n t n t b n f b b t b b b % $ # # % $ ( $ # $ # # n t r b b # b f t b b r t b # b b b b b b t b n n n t b n f t b b b b b ( $ % # # $ $ t t b $ % # # t b t b # b t f b n t t # b b b b b ) t b r b b b b b b n f b b b b b b ( $ n t f $ ( & $ $ % # n t t n # b b b b b n b b b b b b n f b b b b b b % $ % $ + ) r n # n t r b # b n b n n t # b b b b b ) t r n t t b n f b b n b b b $ # ) n b # n t t b b b # b f r r b b r b t f # b b t n b b ) t t f n t t b n f b b b b b ( # # # $ ) t b # n t n b b # b n b b b t r # b b n r b b t n t t b n f b b b b b b # ( # ( n t $ t t b b b t # b b n b b t n t t b n r b b b b b b b b % $ # % + % # f n b ( $ $ n n b t b b b # b b r f b r t # b b n b b f n n n t t b n r b t b b b b b b ( $ ( # # ( $ ) t # n t r b b t # b b n b b t n t t b n r b b b b b b b $ # # n b % # $ % # # n f t t b # b f f b b r t # b b n b b r n t t b n r b f b b t b b b $ % & # % f f # $ $ # & % t f r n b # b b b n n b # b b b b b r f n t t b n r b r b b b b b b $ # # t f & # & % t f t b b b # t b b b b n t # b b b b ) n f n t t b n r t b b b b b b b & # % % # b $ ( $ % # n t f f b b b # b f b n b n n # b b b b b f n n t b n r t t b b b b b b & # ) t t # n t t b b b n # b b b b t f b r n n t b n r t n b b b b b & % # $ % b $ ( # $ % # % # n t t t b # b f r b f n f # b b f t b b ) n b n n t b n r t n b b t b b b & % t n r ( & $ b # n t f r b # b f r b n n b n r # b b f f b b t r b n n t b n r t f b b b b b b & & $ f ( # % # n t f t b b b # b f t b n # b b f b b b t n n t b n r t f b b n b b b ( $ % n n # ( # % f n r b # b f b t n # b b r n b b ) f n n t b n r t b b b b b b ) n # n t f b # b r r n b n b t n # b b r b b ) r b b t n n t b n r t b b f b b t ( % $ $ # n b ( # ( # n t n t n b # b r b b b # b b b b t r b n n t b n r t b b b b b b & # % % # b $ ( $ % # n t f b b b b # b f b n b t # b t b b b t r b n t b n r b b b b b b & # % % b $ ( $ % # n t f b b b b # b f b n n # b t n b b t b n t b n r f b b b b b b & # % % b $ ( $ % # n t f b b b b # b f b n n f # b t b b f r n t b n r r n b b b b b b % # + + # ( t t $ ( $ % # # n t r b b r # b t r b b n n n n t b n r r n b b n b b b $ # % % # $ n r t $ ( $ % # # n t t b b b # b b n f # b t f b b t b b b b b b n r b b b b b b # # $ % ) r f n # n t # b t r b b b ) n b b b b b b b n r r b b b b b b % $ % $ % # # $ ) r f n # n t b b # b t r t b b ) n r n b b b b b b n r b b b b b b $ # % ) n t # n t # b t r n b b t b b b b b b n r b b b b b b $ $ # # # # ) t # n t r f b # b t r r b b t b b b b b b n r b b b b b b b # $ # n b b b # % $ % # % ! t t b f t # b t t b b n n f b b b b b b n r b b t b b b # $ $ % ) f n # n t f n # b t f b b ) n r n b b b b b b n r b b t b b b % % $ ) t # n t t t b # b r b t f f # b t r b b t n r n t b n r b b b b b b & % # # $ $ # # ( ) t r # n t b b b # b t n r b n b f f # b t b b b n f f t t b n r t b b b b b b $ # t r ( $ # # n t n b # b b b b n f f r # b t t b b ) t t r t t b n r t b b t b b b b f f $ ( # $ % # % # n t t b t b # b b b t r f # b t b b t t f n t b n b n b b t b b n # $ # % ) n t # n t n b # t b r r b t b f # b n b n b b t r t b n b f b b t b b b # $ % $ t r f % ' # n n b b b b # b t b r b t r b # b n t b b r b b t n b n t b b b b b b ( r f # # # & % t f f r b # t t b f b n r t # b n t b b b t b b b n n b n t b b b b b b ( r f # # # & % t f t r b b # t t b f b n r f # b n t b b t f t t n n b n n b b b b b b $ # # % $ r f $ t $ % # $ $ % n n r r t t b b # b b b t b b r r # b n f b b t n n t n b n n b b b b b b $ # # $ r f $ t $ % # $ $ % n n r r t f f r b # b b b t b b # b n b b b ) n b n t n b n f f b b b b b b $ # % ) n n # n t f b b # b t r b b f # b n t b b n b f n t n b n f f b b n b b # % & % # # # ( t n $ % # t f t f n n b # b t b f b r # b n b b t n t n b n f b b t b b b $ $ % # % # # # % $ t t b f t b b b # b n b b f n f t n t n b n f b b b b b # % & ) t f n % $ t t f n t n r b # b t t b r f # b n b b n t n t n b n f b t n b b b ( $ # # $ f f r $ % ( # # ) t b f b r n b # b b b t # b n b b f r t n t n b n f b b n b b b # $ % n b r $ # % % # f f b b b # t t b b b # b n f b b r f t n t n b n f b b b b b # % # # % $ t r b b ( % % b r f b b b # b b t r n # b b b b b ) t t n t n f n b n r b b t b b b % % % f n t # # # n t f b b b # b b b b f # b b b b ) n f f n f n b n b b b f b b b & # + % f ( # # # n t f r b # b b b b n b f # b n t b b ) b b n r n b n b b t b b b # $ & % % ) r b f # n t n b b b # b r b b f f r # b b b ) r b t n n b n f b b t b b b % ' r t ( & $ n n t # n t n r b # b b t b f # b f b b b t f b n b n n r b b t b b b & % # t n n ( # n t t t b b # b b t b b # b f b f b b r f n b n n r b b n b b b # $ ( ( $ ) t t # n t n t b # b b b t b b b t # b f b r b b t n b n b n n r b b n b b n # $ ( % ( $ ) r f # n t f b # b b b t b b b t # b f t n b b t n b n b b b b b b b $ % n b # % # f f n b b b # t b b b r b # b f f n b b ) f f r n b n r b b b b b b $ f r t % % # # n t b b b # b f r b t t # b f f b b ) n r n n b n r b b b f b b b $ f b r ( % % # # n t t t t b b b # t b t b n n # b f f b b t t b n r f n b n r b b b b b b # $ n b n ( $ % # % # # n f b b b # b r b n f f r # b f r b b n r t f b b b n r r b b f b b b # $ ) n t & % t f t b b b b b # b b t b n b # b f b b n b f n r b n b b b b b b $ % # # f t b # % # % $ $ n t t t b b b # b f r b n f r # b f b b t n b n b b b b b b # # f n r # % # % $ $ n t t b b b b # t b t b t # b f n b b n n r t r b n b b t b b b # # f n r # % # % $ $ n t t t n b b b b # t b t b t # b r f t b b t b f t t f t b n n b b t b b b % $ % n f b & # $ % r n t b b b # b n b t b b # b r n b b ) r n t t b n f b b t b n ( # # ) t # n t t b b b # b r b n r t # b r b b b t n n t t b n r b b b b b b # f b $ ( % # # n t t b b b # b b n r t n # b r b b b f n t t b n r n b b t b b b ! $ # & $ $ ( r t $ ( # # # n t n r b b # b r n f b n t # b r b b n b b n n t t b n r f b b f b b b # $ # % f b $ ( % # # n t f b # b b b t f # b b t b b t b f n t t b n r f b b b b b # $ # # r $ ( % # # n t t r n b # b r n b f r # b b n b b t n t t b n r f b b b b t # $ # # r $ ( % # # n t t b b b b # b t b b # b b f b b ) f t n t t b n r f b b b b t # # % t $ ( # $ n f b r b b b # b b b f # b f b b t t f n t b n r b b t b b # $ # % r $ ( % # # n t f b b b b # b r r b b t # b r b b n n t b n b b b b b $ $ ( $ ( # n t b b b b b # b b b ) n b b t n b n b b b n b b b # # & b b ( # # n t t b b b b # b n b b b b t # b b t b b ) t f f b n b n n n b b t b b b $ # & r f r ( # t r b # n t n r b b b # b n f b b r b n # b b b b t f r b b n b n n n b b f b b b $ $ $ r t t ( # t r b # n t n t f b # b f b n b b # b t b b ) n n n b f n b n n b b t b b b # # # r b ( # t r b # n t t f b b b # b f f n b n b f # b f b b b r n b n b b t b b b # $ # $ # # t t n ( % % % # # n t n b # b f f b t b b r # b f b b ) f f b r n b n b b b b b # $ % $ # $ % t t % % % # # n t t b b b # b f b b t b # b r b b b r n b n f t b b t b b b $ $ % r ( % % # # n t r b # b b b b f n b # b r f b b ) t t n b r n b n f t b b t b b t $ # # ( % % # # n t t n b # b t b b # b r r b b f f n t b r n b n f t b b t b b n ( % # ( % % # # n t f f b # b b f t b # b t f b b t r b t b n b n n b b t b b b $ # & r f r ( # t r b # n t b b b b # b n f b b r t t # b t r b b t n n b t b n b n n b b n b b b $ $ $ r t t ( # t r b # n t t n r b # b f b n b t n # b f b b t r n r t n b n t b b t b b b $ & # $ $ % $ # n n r # $ $ % % n f f t t t n f r b # b r b b r n t # b f f b b n t f n b n r b b b b b b $ & # $ $ % $ # n n r # $ $ % % n f f t t b b b b # b b r b f t t f # b b b b ) r n

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f t r t n b n r f r f t t f b b r bn t f t r t t n t t t ) % $ + n ) ( & & $ $ ( f f f n n r t t t $ t t t n n $ t t t t t f t t f t t t t t t t $ $ % ) r r % & $ f n n f t t t $ t n r t n $ t n t t f f f t f t t t t t t ) $ & $ % & % ) $ ) + % f f r t r t $ n t f t n $ t t t n r t r t t t t t t f t r t t t t t t $ + $ + n t $ $ + $ % f f r t f f t $ t r r r t r n $ t t t t t n n r t t t t t t f t t t t n t t n % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t t n t $ t t f t t n t $ t t n t t t t t t t t f t t t f t t t $ & & $ & n ) $ n t % f f r t f t $ t n t f f n $ t t t t n f t t t t t t t f t t t t t t t t % $ $ % & $ % f f r t r n r n n t $ t t n $ t t r t t n t f n t t t t t t f t r t t t t t t $ % r f r % ) n r & f f n f f t $ t n t f r r f $ t t r t t n f r t t t t t t f t t t t t t t % n r r f % % $ % ( f n r f t $ n n t t t r $ t t t t r t t t t t t f n n f t t t t t t $ + $ & + & r t % & $ % f f r t f t t $ t n t r $ t t f t t t t t t t t f n n t t t t n ) % t f & $ ) + % f f r t t $ t t t $ t t t t t t t t t t f n n t t t t f $ % & + n & $ ) + % f f r t r t $ t f t $ t t t t r t t t t t t t f n n t t t t n $ & $ $ $ n r r t $ % ) + $ $ + f f r t $ t t t n r $ t n t t t r f t t t t t t f n n t t t t t $ % & b & % ) & $ ( % $ f t r t $ t t r t f $ t n n t t n n r t t t t t t t f n t t t t t t + % $ % n t n r $ $ % f f r t r t $ t t r f f t $ t n n t t f t t t t t t f n t t t t t t ' n f f t % ) r & % & f f n t t t $ t t t t f n $ t n t t f t t t t t t t f n t t t t t t ) $ $ r % & $ % f f r t n t $ t f n f t t f f $ t n r t t f n t t t t t t f n t t t t t f $ % $ $ % $ n n f & % ( % f f r t n t t t $ t t t r f f f $ t n t t f n f t t t t t t f n t t t t t n $ % ) f r $ ! % f f r t n t t t $ t f r t f f r $ t t n t t t t t t t t f n t t n t t t % ! $ r n f $ ! % f f r t n t t t $ t t t r r f $ t t t t t t t t t t f n r t t t t t t $ & & $ & t r % ) $ ( % f f r t r f f t $ t t t t f $ t t r t t n r t r t t t t t t f n t t t t t t ) ) $ % $ % ) n f & f f n $ t t n t f $ t n f t t t t t t t t t f n t t t f t n $ & ' n % $ f % f f r t t n t $ t f t t f f $ t f r t t n t t f n t t t t t t $ ) $ % & $ % r n t $ & $ ( & % % f f n n r t t $ t n t f r f $ t f t t r n t t f n t t t t t t $ $ $ & $ t $ $ % ( + r t t r t t $ t f t t r t $ t r t t t n f r f r t t f n t t t t t r $ ) $ % & $ r n t $ & $ ( & % f f n n t t t t $ t r t t t r n $ t t t f t t f n t t n t t t % ) & n n n ) $ n t % f f r t f t $ t t t t f r $ t t t n f t t f n n t t n t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t n t t t $ t f t n r r f $ t t t t f n r t t f n t t n t t t + n t ) $ n t % f f r t t t $ t n t t r $ t f t t f r n t t t t t t f f f t t t t t t & $ $ $ $ & ( % & f n t n $ t t n t n r $ t f t t f n n t t t t t t f f f t t n t t t % $ $ ( + & r r $ $ + $ % f f r t n $ t t t n n t r $ t f t t n f r t t t t t t f r n t t t t t t % " % % $ r t & $ % & + f n r r $ t t n n t $ t f t t r n f n f t t t t t t f r n t t t t n % $ $ % & t & & $ % % & ( % & f n t n f t f $ t f t f n n $ t f t t r n f r n t t t t t t f r t t n t t t % " $ % $ % r t & $ % & + f n r r f $ n t f t n $ t r f t t n n r r t f r t t t t t t ) $ % % ) % + ( % f f r t t t t t $ t t f f $ t r r r t t f t f t t t t t t ) $ % % ) % + ( % f f r t n t t t t t $ t t f r $ t r n t t t f r t t t t t t % ) $ $ r r % & $ f n n t t t t $ t r t t n t r n f f t t f r t t n t t n % $ + % + b # ! t t $ + $ n $ $ % ( t f t $ t r r t f f t $ t r t t f r n t f t t f r t t n t t ) $ & b # ! t t $ + $ & n $ $ % ( t n f t $ t t t n t t t n $ t r t t f t t f r t t t t t & $ $ + % % r ) ( & & $ $ ( f f f n t t $ n t r t t f t $ t r f t t n t t f t t f r t t t t n $ % & $ & % n t t % ) % % ( & % % f f t t t $ t t n n $ t r t t r t r f f t t f t t t t t t ) $ % % & + + ) ) $ % $ $ ( f f f n r t t t $ t t t t f t $ t r t t t f t f t t f t t f t t t ) $ , b $ ) $ f & & $ % f f r t n t t t $ t t f t t t f f $ t r n t t f f r t f t t f t t r t t t $ r ) ( & & $ $ ( f f f n f r t $ t f n t n r r $ t r t t f f t t f t t t t n & ) % ( # t t r ) ) $ % $ $ ( f f f n f t $ n t r t n $ t r t t r f f t t f t t t t t $ $ % $ % ) ) $ % $ $ ( f f f n r r t t $ t f t f $ t n t t n f f r t f f t t t t t t t % & b $ % & ! % n ( n $ $ + t n n f f t n t t t $ t t t t $ t n t t f n f r t f f n t t t t t t t ) $ % % ) % + ( % f f r t t t t t t $ t t f $ t t t r f f t f f n t t t t t t ) $ % % ) % + ( % f f r t n r t t t t $ t t f $ t f r t t n r t f t f f t t t t t % % % t & $ + $ $ & & + f f t t t $ t f t n r n t $ t f t t n n f t f f t t t t t t % & ( $ r f t $ ) + % & $ f t r n f n f t $ t r t t t n $ t f t t f r f t f f t t n t t t % & ( $ r f t $ ) + % & $ f t r n t t $ t t n n r f $ t t t t t t f t f f f t t n t t t % ) $ $ ) $ ! % & + $ $ ( f f f n n t t t $ t r t f n f r $ t t t n f r t t f t f f f t t n t t $ ( & $ $ + n ) $ ! % & + $ $ ( f f f n t t t t $ t t f $ t n t t f n n f t f f t t t t t t ) + & $ $ % % ! # & f n r f n t f t $ t t t r $ t t t f n f f t f f f t t t t t t ) + & $ $ % % ! # & f n r f n t t t t $ t t t r $ t n t t t t f t f f t t n t t $ & + & $ ) + ) + $ ( f f f n f t $ t t f $ t t t t f r n r t t f t f f t t n t t r % % % & $ n ) + ) + $ ( f f f n f t $ t n t t n $ t n t t t t f t f f t t n t f & $ $ % & $ ) " % $ % f r ) + ) + $ ( f f f n r t $ t t t $ t t t n f n f t f f t t t t t t ) % $ % ) % n f f ) & & & $ $ ( f f f n t t t $ t r t n r n $ t f r t t t f f n f t f f n t t n t t n % + n t n t ! % & & + $ % f f t n r t t t $ t r t n $ t t t n f f f f t f f t t t t t t ) + & $ $ % % ! # & f n r f t t t t $ t t t r f $ t t t t r f r f t f r t t t t t t t t ) + & $ $ % % ! # & f n r f f r t t $ t t t r r $ t t t n f f t f r t r t t t t t t ) + & $ $ % % ! # & f n r f n t t t t $ t t t r $ t t t f f t f r n t t n t t t $ $ ) $ ( $ ( f f f n n n t $ t f t t $ t t f t t r t f t n n t f r t t t n t t t % ( % & ( $ $ & n r n f & $ $ % n n f t $ n t t $ t t t t f t n n t f r t t t n t t % ( % n n ( % f f r t n n t t t $ t r t t t $ t t t t f n r t n n t f r t t t n t t f % % ( n n ( % f f r n t $ t f t t n t $ t t t t n r t n n t f r f t t n t t & + $ ( $ + n + % % ! % f f r t n r t $ t n t t f r n $ t f t t n t f t n t n n t f r f t n n t t t ) $ r + ) + % f f r t n t t t $ t f t t $ t r t t r r t n n t f r f t t t t t % + $ & n t t $ $ f f n n r n t t t f $ t r t t n f r r t n n t f r f f t t t t t t f n ( $ % & % & $ % f r t t t t $ t f t t r $ t r t t n t n n t f r f f t t n t t t % % $ & r r n $ & f t n t $ t f t t $ t t t n f r n t n n t f r f f t t r t t t % % $ & r r n $ & f t t t t t $ t f t t $ t t t r t n t f r f t t t t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t r t t $ t t t r r $ t t t t n t f r f t t n t t t $ % & f f + ) + % f f r t f r t $ t f t $ t t t r n n t n t f r f t t n t t n % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t n t t t $ n t t t r $ t t t n t n t f r f t t t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t f r t t $ t r t f t t $ t t t f n f t r n t f r r t t n t t $ % % r t ) % & & % $ $ % f f r t n n t $ n t n t n t r t n $ t t f t t n r t r n t f r r t t t t t ) $ % f t $ & + f r t f f n n f t $ t n t n t $ t t t t t r n t f r r t t n t t % & & % & % $ + & n t t $ n t t r t f $ t t t t r n t f r r t t t t t $ ) ) & $ % & ! n n f & $ f n n f n n t $ t t t n t r $ t f t t t f n n t r n t f r r t t f t t t $ ) ) & $ % & ! n n f & $ f n n f n n t t t $ t t t n t $ t f t t n t t t t n t f r r t t n t t t $ ) ) & $ % & ! n n f & $ f n n f n r n r t $ t t t n t $ t r t t f n n t n t f r r t t t t t & % $ $ & t ) f & & $ ! & $ f f t n n t t t $ t r r t t r t t $ t t t t n n t n t f r t t t t t t + $ & % n n n f ) ) ( % f f r t t $ t r r t t $ t f t t t t n t f r t t n t t t % & $ & $ ) n ) % & & % $ $ % f f r t t t t $ t f t f r t $ t n t t f n f t n t f r t t t t n $ $ & + t ) ) ( % f f r t n r t $ t n t n n t $ t t t f t n t f r f t t t t t t n r $ ) % & f f r t n t $ t t r t t r n n $ t n t t t n t f r f t t t t t & % n % $ $ f f r n t f f t $ t f t n r n $ t r t t t r t n t f r f t t f t t t & % n % $ $ % f f r n t f f t $ t r t n f $ t t t f n f t n t f r r t t t t t & % n % $ $ % f f r n t t t $ t r t n r $ t r t t n f t n t f r t t t t $ ) % ) ) % $ % f f r t n t t t $ t n t f n $ t t t r n t n t f r t t t t f %

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f t r t n b t f f n b n b n r n r f ) ) % $ % f f r t r r n t t t $ t t t n t t t n n $ t t t t n t f r t t t t t t ) & $ % & & f n $ $ f n t r t t t $ t t t r n $ t t t n t n t f r t t t t t t $ ! f & ( f n f t $ t f t f r $ t t t t t f n n t f r t t t f t t n " $ ) $ ! n % f f r n t $ t r t f f f $ t t t t n f n n t f r t t t f t t & & % t % $ $ % f f r t t t t $ t r t f $ t t f t t f n n n t f r t t t r t t % ) r ) + % f f r t n t t t $ t t t $ t t f t t n t r t n n t f r n t t t t t " $ ) ! n % f f r n n t $ t n n t t $ t t t t t r t n n t f r t t t t $ , $ % $ n $ % ) $ & f f r r t $ t t t r f t $ t t t t f r n n t f r t t n t t n $ & $ $ & r n r $ ! $ & f f $ f n n n t $ t f r f t r f $ t t t t r t t n f n t f t t t t t ( $ % $ & $ ) + n f t ) & % & $ % % f f t t t t $ t f n t t t f f $ t n t t t t n n n t f t t t t n $ & $ + # + t f $ $ % f f r t t t t $ t f t t r f r $ t n n t t r t t n n n t f t t t t & $ ( ( n n t r % ) ( $ & $ f f t t t t $ t r n t f $ t n n f t t f n n n n t f t t t t f $ $ t + & $ $ % f f r t t t t $ t t t t n f $ t n f t t f n f n t f t r t t t t t ( r r $ $ $ f n f t $ n n t t n f $ t n r t t t n f n t f t r t t t t & $ $ + % $ t n ) + % f f r t t $ t t t f n f r t $ t n f t t n f r n f n t f t t t t t t t ) $ & b % $ % + r % $ % f f r t f r t $ t r t t r n $ t n t t n f n f f n f n t f t t t t t t t $ ( $ b % & ! n f t t t $ t f r t t t r $ t n t t n n f n f n t f n t t t t t t t ) $ r % $ % f f r t n t $ t f f t n r f $ t n n t t n f n t f n t t t t t t ) $ r % $ % f f r t t $ t r n t f t r $ t f t t t f n n t t t t t t f f r t t r t t t % % $ + % $ + % & $ $ & & f f t r $ t f n n t t n r n t t t t t t f f r t t t t t $ ( % $ ) $ % f f r t t t $ n t t f t r $ t f f t t t t t t t t t f f t t t t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t r $ t f f t t t r f t t t t t t f r t t t t t t % % & n t ) % $ f % f f r t r $ t f f t t r f t t t t t t f r t t n t t t $ % t f % t f t f t $ t t t n f t $ t f f t t r f t t t t t t t f r t t n t t n $ % t f % t f t n $ t t t n f n $ t f t t f r f f t t t t t t f t t t t t t ) % & & + n ) % f f r t t $ t t f $ t f t t t r f t t t t t t f t t t t t t $ $ & n n % & $ f % f f r t f $ t f n t t f t t t t t t f t t t f t t t $ & ) $ ) & $ % f f r t r $ t f r t t n t r t t t t t t f t t t t t ) & & + n r t $ ! $ $ & + $ % f f n $ t f t t t r r t t t t t t f t t t t t t ( % $ & % % & ! f n % f f r n $ t f n t t t t t t t t t f t t t t t t $ ! t $ ( f f f n $ t f r t t n n n n t f n t t n t t n $ $ % $ ! % f f r n t $ n t n t $ t r n t t n n n n t f t t r t t t $ $ + & ! n t f $ ! % ( f r t f t t $ t t t $ t r r t t n t n t f t t t t t t t ) $ + ) % $ ! f t f ) $ % & & $ $ + f f r r t t t $ n t t t f n n $ t r t t r n n n t f t t t t t % $ + $ & r n % ) & $ ) $ % f f r t t t t $ t n t n r f $ t t t t r t t t t t t t f t t t t t t t $ ) % ( n r % ) + ( % f f r t t $ n t f t t f t r $ t n t t f t t t t t t t t f t t t n t t t % & $ + & n n % ) + ( % f f r t $ t t t t f t t t t t t t f t f t t t t t t $ % % t % ) + ( % f f r t $ t f t t t t t t t t t f t f t t n t t t ) $ $ $ ! % f f r n $ t r t t n t n t f t t t t t t f t r t t n t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t $ t t t r t t t t t t f t r t t r t t t $ $ + & n % ) ) $ $ ( % f f r t $ t t t r f t t t t t t f t r t t t t t ) $ $ $ ! % f f r n t $ t f n t t n t f t t t t t t f t r t t t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t n $ t f t t n t t t t t t f t t t t t t t ) $ $ $ ! % f f r n $ t n t t f r t t t t t t f r t t t t t t ! n n % % & $ & t % $ % r n t f r r $ t r f t r f $ t t t f f t t t t t t f t t t t t t % & ( & % % f f + ) + % f f r t $ t t t r $ t t t t t t t t t t t t f t t t t t t & & n r n $ ( % f f r t f f $ t t n t $ t n t t f t t t t t t f t t t t t t + n r n $ ( % f f r t $ t t t t t $ t f t t r t t t t t t t f t t n t t t $ $ n r n $ ( % f f r t t $ t t t t r $ t t t n n n t t t t t t t f t t t t t t ( f % % & % & n % f f r t $ t t t t t $ t t t f r t n t t t t t t f t t t t t t t % & ) $ & ) $ % f r % % & % f f r t $ t t n $ t t t t f r t t t t t t f f t t t t t t $ & & $ & t r % ) $ ( % f f r t t $ t t t t n $ t f t t r t t t t t t f t t t t t t t $ $ & + n % ) $ ( % f f r t n n r $ t t f f t $ t f t t r t t t t t t f t t t t t t t $ $ & + n % ) $ ( % f f r t n n r $ t t f f f $ t r f t t f f t t t t t t f n t t t t t t ' $ f n % ) $ & % & % f f r t t $ t t t $ t f t t t n t t t t t t f t t t t t t ' $ f n % ) $ & % & % f f r t f f t $ n t t r t f f f $ t r t t n f t f t t t t t t f t t t t t t ) $ % % ) % + ( % f f r t $ t t f $ t r t t f r t t t t t t f f t t t t t t f r % ) $ ( % f f r t n n r $ t n f t t f $ t t t t f n n t t t t t t f f t t t t t t ) % $ f n % $ $ ) $ % f f r t n n r $ t t t t t t f $ t t t f t t t t t t t f f t t t t t t % & $ + ! r f t t $ t t n n t t $ t t t f t t t t t t f f t t t t t t ( $ & $ % $ f % ) % & ' % & $ % f f r t t $ t r r t n $ t t t t n t t t t t t f r t t t t t t ! n n % % & $ & & t % $ % r n t t $ t t n $ t f t t r n r t t t t t t f t t t t t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t n r $ t f t n r f $ t t t n t f r t t t t t t f t t t t t t % & n % ) % & % f f r t t $ t t f t f t r $ t r t t n t t t t t t t f t t t t t $ & $ % % " & n $ & % % f f t f t f $ n t t n f $ t t t r f t t t t t t f t t t t t t % $ % & r t r t % $ f t n $ n t r t $ t t t n f t t t t t t f t t t t t t % $ % & r t r t % $ f t n $ n t r t $ t t t t n t t t t t t f r t t n t t f ) $ $ $ ! % f f r n t r $ t f t f $ t f t t n r n r t t t t t t f r t t t t t t $ + & f t % ) & ( % f f r t $ t n t t n t t r f t t t t t t f t t t t t t $ % ! $ $ & $ $ % $ n $ + % $ & & ) t t n n t t t $ t f t t n n t t t t t t f t t n t t t & & % $ t t ) $ % ( f t n t t n $ t t t f t t t t t t f t t t t t t t t ) ) & + n r % ) $ $ + $ & + f t r $ t t t t t n t t $ t t t n r n t t t t t t f t t t t t t $ % $ + % % % t ) % % & % f f r t r f $ t n t t n n t t f $ t r t t n t n t t t t t t f r n t t n t t t % % n r ) $ % & % f f r t n n t $ n t n t t n t n t t $ t t t t n r t t t t t t t f f t t t t t t $ & ! $ & % % & r t $ & $ $ & ) $ & & n f n t t $ t r t t n n r n n n t f t t r t t t $ & $ r f % ) ) % $ $ ( f f f n n r t $ t t f f n t t $ t t t f r n n t f n t t t t t t $ $ + f ) % % & % f f r t n n $ n t f t t n t t $ t t t n r t t t t t t t t f r t t t t t t $ % $ % f f r ) % % & % f f r t r n $ t r f t r n t n t $ t t t f t t t t t t f t t n t t t % ( % $ f n t $ % % & & f f r r f f f $ t n t n t n n $ t r t t f t t t t t t t f n t t t t t t $ % $ % % % t ) % % & % f f r t t $ t t t t f n n t n f $ t t t t r t t t t t t t f t t t f t t t $ % r $ ! & f f r r t t $ n t t r n t n r $ t t t t r r t t t t t t f t t t f t t n ( & % & % ) % & % f f r t n t t $ n t t f t n t n $ t n n t t n n n n t f t t t t t t t ( $ % + $ r t ) n t t & n t $ % f f t r n r f t $ t r t t r n t n $ t n t t f t n n n t f n t t t t t t t % & ( f f + ) + % f f r t n t n $ t n t t r f t t t t t t f n n t t n t t ( % n % ) $ % & % f f r t n t $ n t t n r n t n $ t n t t n r t n t f n n t t f t t t % % & % ) $ % & % f f r t f t t n t n $ t n t t n n n t t t t t t f n f t t t t t t $ ! & n % % % & % f f r t n t t $ t n t t n n n t t t t t t f n t t t t t t ! ) % & $ $ % & & % & r f n n t n $ t f t t n r r r f t t t t t t f t t t t t t ) % & $ + $ & $ f n r % ) $ $ $ ( % f f r t n t $ t f t t n n n t t t t t t f f t t t t t t t % & ( $ r f t $ ) + % & $ f t r n n t f $ t f t t r f t t t t t t f f f t t t t t t & $ $ % % & r % ) % & % f f r t n t t t n t $ t r n t t n f t t t t t t f f t t t t t t ) & $ n t f t $ ( ) $ & % % f f n n n t $ t r t t f n n t f r t t t t t t $ & $ $ ) $ % & % f f r t n t $ t r t t t n t f r f t t t t t t % $ ( % $ n t % ) $ % & % f f r t n t $ t r t t n n n n t f r f t t t t t $ % $ r f r n % $ $ ( % & f n t t t $ n t t n t n n t $ t t t t n n n n t f r r t t t t t t $ % $ r f r n % $ $ ( % & f n t t $ n t t n n t f t $ t t t t n n t f t t t t t t t $ % $ & b $ ) $ r n r % ) $ $ $ ( % f f r t n f t $ t f t f n t f n $ t t t r r r n t f n t t t t t t ) $ $ $ % & ! n t f $ ( f f f n n t f $ t t t n f n t f t t t t t t ( % & & + r r % ) $ $ $ ( % f f r t n r n n t f f $ t n t t n n n n t f t t t t t t $ & $ % & & % $ + $ % % n n n % ) $ & & $ $ % f f r t t $ t t t t n n t f r $ t t t t r f n n t f r t t t t t t $ % ! 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f t r t n b t f f n b n b n r n r f $ b f f f & b r f t r b f b b b b ( # & " ( n # & ( # # ) ( & r + $ & & # & # r f & b f r t r f b f b b b r b f # / # # + ' ( # r t # & b $ b f & b t r b b b r b b + ( # f + $ & & # & # r t f # & b f r $ b r f & b t b b b r b f b + # + ) ( f + # & " # & & ( r r f f & b r r f t b b b b b f & # # ( r & & # r t # & b $ b f f r & b r t f r r b f b b b f b f # ( # + # r t # & b $ b r f & b r t r r b f b b b f b r # # " ( & # ) $ f # + # # $ # r f t # & b $ b f f f & b r r r f t r r b f b b b f b + & ( # # + # r f t r # & b r $ b f & b f f t r r r b f b b b r b # # & ) f + + # $ & & # & ( + ( r t f # & b f r $ b r f & b r f t r r r b f b b f b f b ) ( # r $ & & & ( ) & t # & b f r $ b f f f & b f r f f t f r r b f b b r b b # ( " # + # r t f # & b f $ b f r f & b f f r t r r b f b b f b r b f & & $ & ( & $ $ # # r # r f f f t # & b f $ b f f & b f f f t b b b b b # # " & # ( ! ( # ' ( f f & ( # r f f & b f f t f b b b b f b " ( ( & r r f ( ( # f r & b f t b b b b b & ) ( n # # " & & f f + f r ( ( # r r f & b f f t f b b b b b # ( ( " ( + & ( f f ( ) & # & t ( ' r f f f & b f r t r b b b b b ' r f # + # # & # r f & b f r t r r b f b b b b & & # & r & # # & & # r t # & b f $ b f & b f t r r b f b b b f b & ( & & ( r r & # # & & # r f & b f f t r r b f b b b f b + ( ( n # ( + f r $ # r t f # & b $ b r f & b f t r b b b b b ( & & # # f $ & ( ( # r b r t # & b $ b f r & b r t r r r b f b b f b b # # & & ) ( $ # # f f r ( ' r f t f & b r f r r t r r b f b b f f b b $ & " ( & r + ( # & & + & + & r t r # & b $ b f & b r f r f t r r b f b b f f b b # # & & ) ( & $ # # f f r ( ' r f t f r f & b r r f r t f r r b f b b f f b f b f + ( & ( f + $ & & # & # r t f # & b r $ b f & b r r t f r r b f b b f f b f b ( # $ & + # f " # r t f # & b f r $ b f r f & b r r f t b b b f f b f b & & & # f " # r t f r # & b f f $ b f f f & b r t f b b b f f b b & ( r # ( # r f & b r f t b b b f r b b & ( & # ! ) ( $ ( ( ) & n # & & & f + ) ( ( # $ # ( & # r t f # & b f f f $ b r f f & b r f t b b b f f b b & ( & # ! ) ( $ ( ( ) & n # & & & f + ) ( ( # $ # ( & # r t # & b f f f $ b r f f f & b r f t r b b b f b b ( & # ' ( # r t # & b $ b f f f r & b r r f t b b b f b b & # ( ( & & & ( $ # # # r f f & b f t b b b f b f b f & # ( ( & & & ( $ # # # r f t r # & b $ b r f & b r f t b b b f b b & # ( ( & & & ( $ # # # r f t # & b $ b f & b t r r b b b f b b & # ( ( & & & ( $ # # # r f f & b f f t b b b f b b # ( ( # ' # + # r t r f # & b r $ b r f & b f f f t f b b b f b b ) & ( ( & ( # + & # r b r r f f & b r r t b b b f b b ) & ( ( & ( # & & + & # r f r & b r t b b b f b b & + # & ( # r f & b f f t r b b b f b b # ( # + # r t f r # & b $ b f & b t b b b r r b b ) r r + # & ( # r t # & b f $ b r f f & b f t r b f b b r f b b # ( # + # r f f & b r t r r b f b b r f b b ( # ( & # & ( & + ( f r & b f f t b b b r b b # ) ( & & ( # r + $ & & # & # r f & b f t f b b b r b b + # + ) ( f + # & " # & & ( r r t r f # & b $ b f f & b f f t r b f b b r f b b # & & & $ ( b f + # & f r f & b f t b b b r b b # & # ( + # & ( # r f & b f f t b b b r b b ) ( & + # ) ( # r f & b r f t b b b r f b b # # & & ) ( $ # # f f r ( ' r f f & b r f t b b b r f b f b $ & # & $ # # f f r ( ' r f f & b r r r t f b b b r f b r b " $ # # f f r ( ' r f f f & b r f t f b b b r r b b & ( # f ( ( # r f f f & b r f f t b b b r b b & ( # f ( ( # r f f r & b r f f f t f r b f b b r b b + & & & # " $ $ & & & ( ( r + & $ + & ( ( # r t f # & b r $ b r f f & b r r t r r b f b b r b b $ & & & ( ( r + & $ + # r t r # & b f $ b f r f f & b r r t r r b f b b r b b & # # & & # # ( % ) & # # r t f r # & b r $ b r f f & b r f t r b f b b r r b b + & ( # & & # # r + $ ( & # + & # r f f & b f f t r b f b b r b b ) ( & & + ( ) & r b f f f & b r t r b f b b r b f b & & r + # & # r t f f # & b f $ b f f & b f t r b f b b r b r b ) ( & & + ( ) & r b f f f & b r f f t r b f b b r b b & # # & ( # & & # # & & # # ( % ) & # # r f f f & b f f t f r b f b b r b b # # & & b ( ( $ # # f f r ( ' r f f f f f & b f f t r b f b b r b b & ( # f ( ( # r t r r # & b $ b r r f f f r & b f f t r b f b b r r b b & ) ( b " # $ # ( & r f f f f & b f f t r f r b f b b r b b & # + ( n # ) & # + ( & & # # r r f f f & b f f t f f r b f b b r b b & ) ( n # # & # ( t # # + $ & & # & # r f f f & b f t r b f b b r r b b + & & & # " $ $ & & & ( ( r + & $ + + $ & & # & # r f f f & b f t r b f b b r b b & # + ( # ) n # ) & # + ( & & # # r r f f f & b f r t r r b f b b r b b ) & & n # & ) ( & # + ( ( & # r f f f & b r t r b f b b r b f b + & & " ( ( & # r f f f & b f r t r b f b b r b b # # & & & ) ( $ # # f f r ( ' r f f t # & b f $ b f f r & b r f t f r b f b b b b & # & ) ( n # + & & " f # # ) ( $ & # r f f r f & b r t r b f b b b b & # + ( n # ) & # + ( & & # # r r f f r r & b f t r b f b b b b + & & & ( ( & # r f f r & b t b b b f b b # ( # + # r f f r & b f r t b b b r f b f b # + & + & r f r + # # + ( # r f f r & b f r r t r f b b b r b b # $ # # # r f t r # & b f $ b r f f r & b f f t b b b r b b # & & $ # # # r f t # & b f $ b r f f r & b f r r t r f b b b b f b & & # & f f & # + " ( & + ( & b r t r # & b $ b f f f & b t b b b r b f b $ & # $ & ( ' ( " ( f & # & & # & # r f r t f f # & b $ b f r f f f & b t b b b b b # + f r r & # r t # & b f r $ b r f f r & b r f r r t r f b b b b b # & & $ # # # r f t f f # & b f $ b r f f & b f r t b b b b b ) # r r + # & ( # r t f f & b r f t f b b b b b # + f + ( ! 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( # ) & ( # r f f & b f r r t r r b f b b b b f ( ) & & f r # ) & ( # r f f f & b f r r t r r b f b b b b & ( & ) ( $ & & # f r # ) & # r f f r & b f r t r r b f b b b b f & & # f # # ) ( $ & # r t # & b $ b r f f & b f t r b f b b b b + # & # + + $ $ # # r f # r f t f # & b r $ b r r f f & b f f t r b f b b b b f & # + ) $ $ # # r f # r f f t r # & b $ b f f f & b f r f r t r b f b b b f b r $ & & & $ # # r & r f f # & b $ b r r f f & b f f f t r b b b f b f b ( ) & & + & / n 0 # & # $ # # # r f f t # & b f $ b f f f & b f t r b b b r b r b n # ' $ # # f f # r f t r f r f & b f r t r r b f b b b b f $ & # ' & f & # r t r # & b $ b r f r r & b f f t r b f b b b b ( & ( ) ( & # $ # # f # r f t r # & b $ b f f r & b f r t r r b f b b b b # ( ) + # & & # + ( & r r & # r f r & b f r t r b f b b b b # & $ ( & r & # r f r & b f t f r b f b b b b # $ & # $ & n # & & & r & # r f r & b f t r b f b b b b r f # ' ( $ # # # r f f r & b f t r b b b b f b ) # r r + # & ( # r t f & b f r t b b b b r b # ( r + & f # r f t # & b r $ b f f f & b f f r t f b b b b b & f + ! # $ $ # # f # r f f r & b f f f t b b b b b & & # ( n # & & $ # # f f ( ' r f t r # & b f $ b f f & b f r f f t b b b b b # ' ( f f + ( # # ( & # r f & b f t b b b b b + & ) # # ) ( $ & # r t f f f & b f f f t b b b b b ( r r + # & ( # r f & b f f r t r b b b b b & # & ' ( ( f ! # ' # r t r # & b f $ b f f & b f f f t b b b b b % ) & ( & ( r f ( # $ + ( ' r b f & b f f f t b b b b b & + ! 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f t r t n b n r f r f t b t f b b r # % % & ! & f f ' % r f n f r b r n % n # n n % r n r n n + f b f n f n n f n n n # % % & ! f f ' % r f n b n n n % n # n n f % r n n n b r n n n n n r " $ ( ' & r f r n b n n n % n # n r r f % r n n n n b n r n n n n f n % ( r r n & % r r b n n n % n f # n f r r % r n n n f b r n n n n f % ( r r n & % r r b n n n % n f # n f f % r n n n r f b n r n n n n # & ! t % % f % r n n + b n % n n # n f f % r n n n + r b n n n n f n n % & % % r ' % & r f r n b n % n f # n f r r % r n n + b n n n n n n % ' f r ( % & r f r n n b n % n n # n f r % r n n + f n b n n n n n n % r n # % % % & r f r n b n % n n # n % r n n + n b f n r n n n n n " % ( % f & % & r f r n b r n % n f # n % r n n f f b f f n f n n n n n & % ' % & ! & # r f n f b n % n # n f f f % r n n b f f n n n n n & % # " + f r f n b n % n r # n r r r % r f n n n r b n f f n n n r n & % & n n & % r f n b n % n # n n % r f r n n b n f f n n n n n n & % # " + & r f r n b n n n % n n # n f % r f n n b f f n n n n n r n n % ! 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% ( & & r f r n f r b n % n n # n r r % r r n n + b n r n n n n f n n n % % & ( ! r f ( & n & r f r n b r n % n f f # n f r % r r n n n f b r n n n n n n % % ' % & % n & & ) & r f r n b n % n r # n n % r r n n + r b r n n n n n n & & ( & r & % % % & r f r n f b r r n % n # n % r r n n b r r f n f n n f n n f & ! & % % % & r f r n b n n % n f r # n r % r f r n n b r r n n n f n n & ) % & % n r ( & n r f n b n % n r # n % r f n n f b f r r n n n f n n & ) % & n r & n r f n r b n n n % n # n n r % r f n n + b f r r n n n n n n ' ' f & ( & n r f n r b n % n r # n f f % r n n b r r n n n n n n n n n f & % & & ( f r f ) & % % r f b n n % n f r # n % r n n r r b n n n n n n n n n f # % % r & * & # % % ) r f r r b n % n f # n r f % r n n b f n n n n n n n n n n f + " # ! # " + % r f b n n % n n f # n n f % r n n + n f b r n n n n n n n n r ( % % & # ) r f n b n n n % n f # n n % r n n n + f b f r r n n n n n n n # % % % r ( & n r f n b n n n % n r # n n % r n n + n b n r r n n n r n n n & ' % f n ( & n r f n b n n n % n n # n r n % r n n n n + b n r r n n n n n n ( & ) & % n n ( & n r f n b n n n % n n # n f n % r n n n b r r n n n n n n ( & ) & % n n ( & n r f n b n n n % n n # n f % r n r n n b r r n n n n n n & % r f f r & % r r f b f n % n r f # n f n f % r n n n + f b f r r n n n f n n n & % & % % # " + n r f n b n n n % n f # n f n r % r r n n + f n b r n n n r n n % ( % % ' # " + r r f n b n n n % n # n f % r n n f b r r n r n n n n ) % % % ) % & & r n b n n % n # n % r n n f b r r n r n n n n " % f f % ( ) & & r n b n n % n # n % r n n f b r r n r n f n n n & f r & ) r r n b n n % n # n f % r f n n n b n r n n n n n n % & % f f n r ( & # % & % r f n b n n n % n f # n r n % r r n n + n b r n n n n n % f r ( & # % & % r f n b n n n % n r n # n % r n n f b n n f n n f n n f # " ) ' ! 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% # t b r ( $ $ # $ % $ $ t r n n f b b b b # t t b r b b n t # t f n t b b ) n t f n n t b b f b b n b b b * r f b & $ % # % % n r b t b # b n r b t t # t f n n b b t t n n t b b b b b b b b ( $ # # t t f $ $ # % % n r b t b # b f n b t t t # t f n b b b n b n b n n t b b b b b b b ( $ t t f $ $ # % % n r b n b b b # b r b t n f t # t f n n b b ) n b r f b n n t b b b b t b b b # $ r t & $ % # % % n r b t b b b # b n b n t b # t f n r b b n n n n t b b f b b b n b b b * r f b & $ % # % % n r b t r b # b n b f b n t t # t f n f r b b ) n b n n t b b f b b n b b t & % # n n * $ n f b n r b # b r b b t r # t f n b b n f n n t b b r b b b b b b b & # # & % # $ n f b n b # b b n f t # t f n b b ) t n t n n n t b b r b b b b b b & # # & % # $ n f b r b b b # b f b b n r t # t f n b b t b b b n n t b b r b b b f b b b # # % n ( % % n r b b # b t b n n t # t f n b b ) n r n b n t b b r n b b b b b % $ $ % # # & % t b t & # $ n f b t n r b # b r f b f t # t f b n b b t b b n t b b r n b b b b n # $ b f ( $ n f b r t b # b r b f b t b t t # t f n r b b ) t f n r t n t b b r b b n b b b $ $ % # r f f f ( $ n f b t r b b # t b f b t t n # t f n b b b r t n t b b r b b f b b b ) $ % % $ r f r # % ( % # ( & & % b b n b # b t b t t # t f n b b b f t n t b b r b b f b b n ) $ % % $ r f r # % ( % # ( & & % b b f b # b t b t t f # t f b b t t n t b b r b b n b b b ) # % $ n r t ( % & $ % # n f t b b b # b b n b t r t t # t f f r b b r f t t t n t b b n b b t b b b % % $ r ( $ n f b n n b # b n t b b b t # t f r b b ) n b n t b b b b t b b b % % % t t ( $ % # % $ n f b f b # b b n n t b # t f b b n t b n t b b r b b b b b b ( # % f f & $ % # $ n f b n b # b f b n t n t t # t f b b ) n b n t b b r b b t b b b ( # % f f & $ % # $ n f b f b b b # b f b n t n t n # t f b b t n t b b b b b b b ( # % f f & $ % # $ n f b t f t b t # t f b b n f n t b b b b n b b b t r # # $ % % % n r b n b b # b b b b n t f # t f t b b ) n b f n t b b b b b b b b # t f n f # ( & & n b # t b b b t t r # t f f b r b b ) n b f n t b b b b n b b n $ % # # n # n r r % % n r b n b b b # b t n b b t # t f f b b b ) t t f n t b b b b n b b $ $ # n r r % % n r b t b b b # b b b n t t # t f f b b b t b t f n t b b b b n b b f $ $ r # n r r % % n r b n b # b f b n t # t f f b b f b b t b t b b b r b b b # # # t n b # $ ! % & n n t b # b t b t r t b b # t f f b b r f b b t b t b b t b b b $ % $ * r # # $ % t b n r b b # b t b t f t b t # t f f b b b t b n b r b b t b t t b b t b b b # # % ( & # % % t f # $ % % % n r b t b b b # b n f b f n t b n # t f r t r b b ) f r b b t b t n r b t t b b b $ % ( $ b # # # % % n r b r b # b b b n f t t b # t f r t b b b b t b t n r b t n b b b % % # f r n # # # % % n r b r # b f b n t b f # t f r t b b t f r b b t b t n r b t b b b % % # f r n # # # % % n r b t r b # b f b n t b r # t f r t b b t t r t b t n b b b b b b # $ # f f b % n b b # b b n b t b # t f r n b b t t t t b t n b b t b b b $ # % $ $ $ t f # $ # % % n r b f t n b t b # t f r f b b ) t f r f t t b t b b t b b f # $ # n n t b # $ # % % n r b n n b b # b f b t b n t b # t f r f f b b ) n t t b t b b t b b r % % % n n r # $ # % % n r b n r n b # b r n f b t n t t b # t f r r t b b t t b t f b b b b b b $ # # # b ! $ % % % n r b r b # t b n b b b t t b # t f r b b b t n t b t b b b b b # $ $ ( b ! % # $ % t b n r b b # b r n n b f b t t t # t f r b b ) r t b n t b t f b b b b b b # % % # t n % # # % % n r b n f b # b n b n b t t n # t f r b b ) n r n n t b t f b b t b b b # $ $ ( b ! % # $ % t b n t b b b # b r n n b f b t t f # t f b r b b f t r f t b t r t b b b b b $ % # $ n # & # % % n r b n r t n b b b # b r r b t t t t r # t f n r b b r r n r t b t r b b t b b b # % # % $ ) r $ n f t b b # t b f n b b t t # t f b b n t r b b t t t t b b b b t f # # ( # t r $ r b ( % f n r b b b # b r f b t n t t # t f b b f f r b t t t t b b b b t % % ( # $ # % b b b $ # t n f $ # f r t t b b n b # b n b t t r t t # t f b b t b b t t t t b b b b t $ t n $ & % # $ b t r b r r b # b b t t t # t f t b b t r t b t t t t b b b b n n & ( t n b n % & # n b r b b b # b b n t n b # t f b b t b n t t t t t b b b b b # # % % # $ # b $ & % # % n t t b $ n n b b n b # b t b f b t n n # t f b b ) n b t t t t t b b b b t b & # $ $ % ) t n b r b b # b n b b n b t n # t f b b t b n t t t t t b b b b b $ # $ $ % f n b n b # b f n b b t n f # t f t b b t b n b t t t t b b b b t b # # + f b & % # $ # # % # $ b r b n b # b b b t n r # t f t b b t r t f b t t t t b b b b b t & $ t n n $ ( n t % $ % & $ t b t b # b n n b n f t n # t f n b b b t t b f b t t t t b b b b b & $ t n n $ ( n t % $ % # % & $ t b b b # b n n b n f t n # t f n f b b t t b f b t t t t b b b b b $ & # # # % $ t n t % & f f b b # b n b b b t n # t f n b b t b n b t t t t b b b b b # # # # % n f ( r t $ % % # t f n b n b # t b t f b n n t n # t f b b f t b t t t t b b b b b n # % + # # t f b ( # # % b b b b # b n b r b t f t t # t f f b b b ) n b b t t t t b b b b b # ( ( # $ # ) t b b $ n f t b b b # b r b n b n t n # t f f t b b t b t t t t b b b b b # $ f f t r # % # # % % r b r b b b # t b f b t t # t f t b b n b t t t t t b b t n # $ f n # # # n b b b # b b t t f # t f b b r f b t t t t t b b b r # $ # # ) r b % n f r r t b # b t b f n t r # t f b b r f b t t t t t b b b & # % ( $ t f t $ % b r r t b # b t b t t # t f t b b r f b t t t t t b b t b # % n % # & % # n r r b b # b n b n t # t f b b r f b t t t t t b b t # $ ( # # ) r b % n f r f f b # b t b f n t # t f b b b b t f r b t t t t t b b n $ % # % r r ( # $ n n t b t f f b # b t n b t b t f b # t f b t b b t f r b t t t t t b b b $ % # % r r ( # $ n n t b n r b # b t n b t b t f t # t f b n b b t f r b t t t t t b b t $ % # % r r ( # $ n n t b t t n # b t n b t b t f n # t f b r b b t f r b t t t t t b b f $ % # % r r ( # $ n n t b t b # b b b b t t f # t f b b b t f r b t t t t t b b r $ % # % r r ( # $ n n t b r b # b b b b t t f f # t f t n b b r f b t t t t t b # ( b b t # % & % n # $ % ( % $ $ n b r b # b r n b t f t f r # t f n b b b r f b t t t t t b # ( b b # $ # ( % # & $ % t r b & % # & # $ % % # $ & # t b r b # t t b r b n t t f # t f n r b b b t t t t t b # ( b t f ( % $ # # f n b # # # & # n b r b r # b b b t t f # t f n b b r f b t t t t t b # ( b t ( % # # f f % % # $ % $ n n b r n f # b r t b b t f # t f b b t f r b t t t t t b # ( b n $ $ # % # & $ % $ t n ( t b % $ % f n b # t b b r b t n t f # t f f b b t b b t t t t t b $ b b t # $ $ & ) t t $ n f t f b b # b f b n b t r b # t f f f b b t n f b t t t t t b $ b b n # $ $ & ) t t $ n f t f b # b f b n b t r t # t f f r b b t f n t b t t t t t b $ b b # $ $ & ) t t $ n f t f b # b f b n b t r n # t f f b b t r b n b t t t t t b $ b b f # $ $ & ) t t $ n f t f b # b b r b b r t r # t f f b b t r t b t t t t t b $ b b r # $ $ & ) t t $ n f t b # b f b n b t r f # t f f b b t n b b b t t t t t b $ b b # $ $ & ) t t $ n f t n b # b f b n b t r r # t f f b b t n r b t t t t t b $ b b # $ $ & ) t t $ n f t b # b f b n b t r # t f r b b b t t n b t t t t t b $ b b # $ f n # # # n b b r f b # b b t t r # t f r t b b n r f b t t t t t b $ b b # $ f n # # # n b b b # b b t t r # t f r b b t t

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Wed. May 14, 2014VOL. 50 NO. 39 www.greenepublishing.com 50 cents USE YOUR SMART PHONE! SCAN ME! Index3 Sections, 42 Pages Local WeatherViewpoints 2A Around Madison 3-8A School 9A Classieds 10A Legals 11A Sports 12A Path of Faith Section B Delinquent Taxes Section C City Workers To Replace Water Valve City of Madison residents and businesses in a 35block area north of Base Street (U.S. 90) will likely experience decreased water pressure on the night of Thursday, May 15, when city water crews replace a water valve. The repair will take place at the intersection of Northwest Sumter Street and Northwest Meeting Avenue. The area expected to be impacted is from Livingston Street in the north to Base Street (U.S. 90) in the south and from Crane Avenue in the west to Northeast Duval Avenue (North State Road 145) in the east. To reduce the impact on residences and businesses, city work crews will conduct the repair at night from 10 p.m. to midnight. For more information, call City Hall at (850) 973-5081. Prepare For Hurricane Season Tax-Free By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. To prepare for hurricane season, Florida will have a taxfree period from May 31 to June 8 for you to shop and prepare. The Atlantic Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. Items that will be tax-free includes: a portable self-powered light source selling for $20 or less, a portable self-powered radio; two-way radio, or weather band radio selling for $50 or less, a tarpaulin or other exible waterproof sheeting selling for $50 or less; a self-contained rst-aid kit selling for See Hurricane Tax Free On Page 3A Florida School Tax-Free Weekend By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Florida has set the weekend for the threeday tax break on school supplies from August 1 to August 3. Shoppers will not have to pay sales taxes on any clothing worth $100 or less. This includes clothes, handbags, wallets and any footwear. Footwear that is not tax-free includes skis, rollerblades, skates or swim ns. Shoppers will not have to pay taxes on school supplies worth $15 or less per item. The rst $750 of a personal computer is tax-free. Personal computers include electronic book readers, laptops, desktops, tablets and tower computers. MCHS Cheerleading Fundraiser The JV and Varsity MCHS Cheerleaders are hosting a fundraiser to help them raise money to attend Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cheerleading Camp this summer. They are selling six and a half pounds See Fundraiser On Page 3ASchool District May Face Bus Driver Shortage; Board Trying Creative SolutionsBy Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc.With the state getting more and more strict about things like blood pressure, body mass index and other medical issues, Transportation Director Ivan Johnson told the school board back in April, there were concerns that the district could be facing a shortage of bus drivers for the 2014-2015 school year. In cases of blood pressure, the state may go to a one-strikeand-you're-out policy next year, meaning if one blood pressure reading doesn't fall within acceptable standards for an individual, there will be no second chance. This caused concern, because some Madison bus drivers did have weight or blood pressure issues, and driving a bus was a very stressful job on top of that. At that time, Superintendent Doug Brown suggested that the district consider strengthening our wellness efforts for the whole district, not just for bus drivers. Considering the fact that not a lot of people were lined up to to become bus drivers, losing any of the current employees could become a serious problem. At the May 6 meeting, the school board approved hiring someone in an experimental combination of a part-time groundskeeping position with that of bus driver. The reason behind it is that in tough economic times, not many people can get by on a job that averages only four hours a day, and the fact that the hours are split into morning and afternoon shifts means that it would be difcult to combine with other part-time employment elsewhere. Another thing Superintendent Doug Brown noted was that whenever he spoke to the school staff about sprucing up their grounds, he had been told that it was a stafng issue. There was simply no one available to do the work. Brown described the new position as one that would have the employee driving the bus to school in the morning, then proceeding to his groundskeeping chores until time to drive the students home in the evening. Other board members asked if the groundskeeperSee Shortage On Page 3A Enlisting Students Honored At School Board MeetingBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Our Community Salutes is a national, non-profit organization created to honor high school graduates who plan to enlist in the armed services upon graduation. This year, the Madison County School Board recognized 11 high school seniors from its own district that will soon be going into the military. The new recruits, along with their guidance counselor Tammy Richardson, were recently honored at an Our Community Salutes event in Tallahassee, April 17, where over 60 Big Bend area high school students bound for service in the military had gathered in the Seminole Club Ballroom at Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State University. During the course of that evening, Richardson was also presented with the 2014 Colin Powell Award, Recognizing Her Leadership For Promoting Opportunities Through Military Service. At the May 6 school board meeting, she was joined by Staff Sgt. Cavusoglu, Staff Sgt. Kitchens and Capt. Patton in proudly presenting to the school board members the 11 young people who would soon be serving their country in the armed forces.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 6, 2014In addition to being saluted and recognized, the 11 seniors also received $71,000 in scholarships for college. Front row, kneeling, left to right, are: Justin Williams, Austin Bass, Charles Fulmer and Devon Nelams. Front row, standing, left to right are: guidance counselor Tammy Richardson, Tyler Belinski and Madison County High School Assistant Principal Rod Williams. Back row, left to right, are: Ryland Crumitie, Gregory Foust, Dylan Cruce, Kammeron Joseph, Joshay Joseph and Rashaad Joseph. High School Renovation Funding Falls Below The Governor's RecommendationBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Gov. Rick Scott had recommended $16.8 million for the renovation of the Madison County High School, but, as Superintendent Doug Brown noted at the May 6 school board meeting, the Florida legislature approved only $7.6 million for Year One of a two-year funding cycle. Madison County's project was in competition with major projects in six other school districts, including Glades, Washington, Levy, Calhoun, Holmes and Dixie Counties. We can hope to get at least that much for Year Two, said Brown, but that would still total only $15.2 million, and still be below below $16.8. That was the estimate the district had come up with several months ago for all the renovations needed to bring the 34-year-old building up-to-date and in line with technological needs no one had even dreamed of in 1980; it would also include replacing the flat roof with a different type of roof less prone to leaks in the rainy North Florida climate. Of course, Brown noted, there was an outside chance that the project could be extended for a third year. In the mean time, it was time to get started. The district would need about 15 portables at the high school during the renovation process, and they would be in place east of the gym by July. The work should begin in September or October 2014.Madison Resident Charged With BurglaryBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.AMadison resident has been charged with burglary and grand theft. On May 5, Patrolman Travis Johnson made contact with a woman about a burglary at her business ofce, Warren Taxi Service, located on Bunker Street. According to the Madison Police report, the woman had to make a quick stop at her ofce and the building was not open for business. Due to a prior burglary the door would not lock so she wedged a metal chair against the door. While she was in the back, she heard someone pushing his or her way inside. When she came out, she witnessed Fernando Leland trying to take a 32-inch at screen television off of the wall. A photo lineup was made and the woman picked Leland out. According to the report, Patrolman Johnson made contact with Fernando Leland at Courtyard Apartments in reference to two active warrants. Leland was arrested without incident and transported to the Madison County Jail.Fernando Leland School Board Recognizes Darby ThompsonGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 6, 2014School Superintendent Doug Brown takes a few moments to recognize Darby Thompson, Madison County High School student body president and student liaison for the Madison County School Board. For the past year, she has served on the board as a non-voting member, representing student interests. Brown thanked her for her year of service and faithful attendance at the school board meetings, presenting her with a gift on behalf of the board as a token of appreciation. 2013 Delinquent Tax Notices Inside Todays Edition!

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National Security Idont play the lottery; dont believe in it. I may have been guilty of buying a ticket twenty years ago or so, but if I did, it was a moment of weakness. I have no desire to win the lottery; none whatsoever. I would like to earn the lottery because in so doing, I might have some appreciation of the value and what it took to earn it. But a sudden windfall of unearned wealth has no attraction. The lottery and similar get rich quick schemes have been with us throughout history. Leprechauns have searched for the pot-of-gold throughout Irish folklore. People search for treasure, risking their lives for a mythical payoff. Politicians are no exception to the rule. Whenever the public coffers run short, they look for the quickest, slickest getrich-quick scheme they can devise. Lets have a lottery and all the profits will go to education. Right. Maybe we should teach Pick-Six instead of math in the public schools. The proverbial potof-gold will entice any con man; I mean politician. The oldest game in the world is to siphon off excess monies from the pot and divert it to other, more lucrative causes. For example, the highway trust fund paid by gasoline taxes is raided constantly for other purposes than keeping our highways and bridges in good repair. A good rule of thumb is that 40 percent of the taxes collected are diverted to other purposes. Now the same politicians who are responsible for the raiding of the public treasury are bemoaning the condition of our infrastructure. They think that turning our interstate highway system into toll roads will do the trick. Watch them scheme to find a way to pick that pocket. I just made a provocative statement when I suggested that a politician is a con man but stop and think about it. Con man is short for confidence man; someone who builds your confidence before they reach into your back pocket and lift your wallet. I just described politics. A serious problem we have with our politics is what I call the law of attraction. So many people vote for the candidate because he looks or sounds good; never mind their qualifications. I recall the case of a really good-looking politician from a neighboring county who burst on the scene from nowhere funded by an endless trail of $500 checks from trial lawyers. At the snap of a finger, he became a state senator. Then he heard the seductive call of king-makers in Tallahassee who told this young fellow he was destined for the governors office. Trouble is, he quickly forgot about being an effective senator for North Florida and was booted from office the next election. And where were the trial lawyers and the fat checks? Turns out they cared nothing about their candidate. Instead, they were simply interested in defeating the established conservative who wanted to reform the tort system. Their fairhaired-boy was nothing more than a tool for their design. Get-rich-schemes are nothing more than pipe dreams. There are honest, hard-working methods to earn money and fund projects. They may take a little longer, but it is honest money. We shouldnt fall victim to the sirencall of con men disguised as politicians. We have an election coming this fall. I would urge voters to ignore the city slickers and their get-richquick schemes and instead, look for something more substantial and prudent. There are serious politicians with qualifications in private and public sectors who come to the table with serious ideas. They may not look or sound the best, but they deserve our consideration and confidence.Do you remember the days when you were younger and had friends over to your house, and if you were lucky they were allowed to stay overnight? I do. When I had a friend over we would talk about school, our parents (or other authority gure in our lives), shared our dreams of the future and even conded in each other who we thought the love of our lives were or wanted to be. Inevitably, we always ended up raiding the kitchen too, because all that talking and planning makes one work up quite an appetite, and even then we knew that food was better when shared with a friend. Something happens when we become adults. We stop socializing with friends overnight because other responsibilities begin lling up our nights and our focus is now concentrated on our mate, family and job, leaving only enough energy to deal with the important stuff, and besides, wouldnt that be kind of weird? This past weekend, I had a sleepover, with two adult friends and their 18-year-old daughter. It was an unintentional sleepover, arranged because their air conditioning stopped working. So, the weekend started a little stressful for our friends, but it ended with us realizing how much fun we all had. After thinking about it, I discovered not a lot had changed from when I was young, as far as sleepovers go. We talked about work (as opposed to school), our dreams of the future (still), our family, jobs and current (and past) relationships. And happily, we still raided the kitchen; except now it was better than the junk food we sought out when we were kids. I am not ashamed, or sorry to say I totally let my friend Cheryl take control of the kitchen. Every evening she insisted on cooking and after every bite, Im glad she did. She fed me, my husband and all my six dogs, who Im pretty sure are planning a revolt behind my back so shell return to give them extra treats (along with her husband, Carl and daughter, Sam, who spoiled them silly). Everything we ate was wonderful, but the dish I loved the most, was the Lemon-Dill Tilapia with roasted potatoes and its the recipe Im sharing with you. I use recipe in the very loosest sense because Cheryl said her grandmother, who taught her to cook, never measured anything, and neither does Cheryl, saying she cooks by taste and sight. Ive added a few specics and guidelines for those who feel they need it, but if you cook like Cheryl, throw out the specics and enjoy. Lemon-Dill Tilapia with Roasted Potatoes Tilapia llets (about 2 lbs.) Red potatoes, 4 or 5 large, baked the night before and put in fridge to cool cup butter or olive oil (or a combination) 1 medium onion, diced 2 to 3 cloves minced garlic (or a heaping Tbsp. if jarred) to cup chopped fresh dill weed (or about 2 Tbsp. if dried) 2 lemons (one juiced and one cut into wedges to serve) Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place Tilapia on a baking sheet; set aside. Cut chilled potatoes into wedges; set aside. In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium heat and add onion, garlic and dill weed. Cook until onions are soft (not browned) and stir in juice of one lemon. Dip potato wedges into sauce and arrange around Tilapia on baking sheet. Spoon remaining sauce over sh, being sure to coat each llet with onion. Bake until sh starts to brown around the edges, about 45 minutes. (This is a long time for sh to cook, but cooking it longer with the potatoes changes the avor, melding the two together). Serve with lemon wedges.www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 2A Madison County CarrierVIEWPOINTS& OPINIONS Letter To The Editor Joe Boyles Guest ColumnistSearching For Ambrosia Rose KleinColumnistLetters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. All submitted letters must be 600 words or less -Sleepover FoodBonanza Gwen Graham, the front running candidate who is poised to defeat Steve Southerland in the congressional race in Florida's 2nddistrict, laid out her five part Graham Economic Plan in Tallahassee Thursday, May 8th. The Tallahassee Democrat covered the event without disclosing the details of her plan, or providing a link for it to be viewed. The Democrat included, or perhaps solicited comments from Steve Southerland's campaign office and printed them in the same article. If that is the game they are going to play, they should contact Mrs. Graham and include her comments before printing any future articles or political op eds about Southerland. What astonishes me is the fact that the Democrat would print statements that were completely false. Take the following comment in the article: "The facts are that I voted four times to avert a shutdown and a dozen other times to fund veterans programs, welfare benefits, and other critical services," Southerland said through a spokesman." As Mrs. Graham stated, Southerland voted against a budget that would have avoided the federal government shutdown that began October 1, 2013. The four votes Southerland is referring to were made after the shutdown occurred and were too late to "avert" it. After a public outcry, these four bills Southerland voted for were hastily introduced by House Republicans to open limited government agencies like the Park Service and the WWII Memorial, and included absurdly feudal attempts to dismantle the Affordable Health Care Law The Senate rejected them for being piecemeal governance. On October 16, 2013 both the House and Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill to reopen the government. Southerland, and a few of his extreme obstructionists, voted against it. By doing so, he also voted to let the nation default on its obligations. It is a complete insult when he causes a government shutdown on middle class workers and then lies and says he voted four times to "avert" it. What is more insulting is that during the shutdown he continued to draw his tax-payer funded $174,000 government salary he says is "not so much." Steve Southerland and some of his Washington cronies cater to special interests billionaire contributors like the Koch brothers rather than fight for middle class families. So far the Koch brothers have spent over $300,000 on TV ads supporting Southerland. While Southerland has become the master of spin and meaningless op eds, Gwen Graham is working hard to rebuild our economy, break the obstructionism in Washington, and help middle class families. Even before she is elected she has put forth a plan to do just that. The Graham Economic Plan is available at GwenGraham.com/the-grahameconomic-plan. Jim Clements Statement from Dominic M. Calabro of the independent, nonpartisan, nonprot Florida TaxWatch on the Governor's signage of the nal tax relief bill for 2014. "Florida TaxWatch applauds Governor Scott for signing the nal piece of a promised $500 million tax relief package passed during the 2014 Legislative Session. This $105 million tax cut package will provide a variety of options for Floridians to save their hardearned dollars. "As a part of the tax cut, Floridians will get three opportunities to shop tax-free this summer during the hurricane preparedness, back-to-school and energy efcient appliance sales tax holidays. These sales tax holidays are a great way to provide broad based tax relief for consumers, while stimulating economic growth for Florida businesses and improving the overall state economy. "It's important to remember that these sales tax holidays are the only times when our state's brick-andmortar businesses are on a level playing eld with out-of-state and online retailers who do not pay sales tax. Though the Legislature did not bring Florida into the State Sales and Use Tax Agreement in 2014, which would have allowed Florida to collect sales taxes from some out-of-state retailers, TaxWatch hopes that when lawmakers return in 2015 they will make it a priority, ensuring Florida can collect all of its rightfully owed revenues. Perhaps these additional revenues would permit the Legislature to provide even larger tax cuts next year."TaxWatch Applauds Completion of Florida's $500 Million Tax Cut

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Madison County Carrier 3A FROMPAGEONEWorld NewsBy Rose Klein Established 1964 A weekly newspaper [USPS 324 800] designed for the express reading pleasure of the people of its circulation area, be they past, present or future residents. Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc. 1695 South SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at the Post Ofce in Madison, FL 32340. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to MADISON COUNTY CARRIER, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772. This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter, or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing, Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline. P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL 32341 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 2013E-mail Information:News news@greenepublishing.comAdvertisement ads@greenepublishing.comClassifieds / Legals classifieds@greenepublishing.comWeb Site: www.greenepublishing.com PublisherEmerald GreenePath Of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativesJeanette DunnBookkeeping Brooke KinsleyClassified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classieds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Monday at 5 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included) Funeral Home Accused Of Holding Body For Unpaid BillIn Hopkinsville, Ky., a family has accused the director of a local funeral home with holding their dead baby as hostage over a transportation bill. Dorris Lamb of Lamb Funeral Home, also the elected coroner in Christian County, allegedly refused to release Brittany Jones her sons body unless her family paid for transportation of the body. The Jones family couldnt afford to bury their son at Lamb, so they attempted to take his remains to another funeral home because the owner, Shane Hessey, offered to handle the funeral services for free. Hessey said, We went to pick the body up and he refused to give us the body because there was a balance owed on his transportation costs. We waited until the next day before we got to the remains. Lamb disputed the claims. The Kentucky Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors have investigated Lamb in the past and another family has brought similar claims against the funeral home.Man To Receive Drug Sentence On 90thBirthdayIn Michigan City, Ind., an 89-yearold man will be sentenced on his 90thbirthday for allegedly transporting more than 1,000 pounds of cocaine across the country. Leo Sharp was caught on I-94 with cocaine and it was determined to not be his rst time transporting the drug across the US, serving as a mule for an Arizona drug ring. Sharps attorney is hopeful his client will be sentenced to home connement because of his age and health. Prosecutors are believed to be seeking a veyear sentence.Children Who Eat Meat From A Bone Said To Be More AggressiveIn Ithaca, N.Y., a study was conducted by researchers at Cornell University about biting versus chewing habits in children and discovered kids who eat chicken on the bone are more likely to disobey parents and be aggressive. Children between the ages of six and 10 were found to be twice as likely to disobey adults and twice as aggressive towards other kids with food they held and had to bite as opposed to children who were more docile when eating cut-up pieces of food. Child psychologist Dr. Brian Russell disagrees. I think people have been eating chicken wings and chicken drumsticks for a millennia and I dont think its made them any more aggressive than they otherwise would have been. Shortage Cont. From Page 1Acould also take on custodial duties, wondering if groundskeeping would provide enough work to fill the winter months. Brown said he preferred to keep it just groundskeeping for now, since it was an experiment, just to see how it would work out; besides, he was sure there would be enough groundskeeping work to occupy the new employee during the day. The board might look at other combination-type bus driver/other positions if this worked out. A busdriver/custodian might be a possibility. If the state continued to tighten restrictions on medical issues, and if the district's wellness efforts weren't enough, the district could lose some drivers. We've got to be creative in having to deal with this (possible) shortage, said Brown. Or we're going to be behind the eight-ball. $30 or less; a ground anchor system or tiedown kit selling for $50 or less; a gas or diesel fuel tank selling for $25 or less; a package of AA-cell, C-cell, D-cell, 6volt or 9-volt batteries, excluding automobile and boat batteries, selling for $30 or less; a non-electric food storage cooler selling for $30 or less; a portable generator used to provide light or communications or preserve food in the event of a power outage selling for $750 or less; and reusable ice selling for $10 or less. Hurricane Tax Free Cont. From Page 1A Fundraiser Cont. From Page 1Aof Boston Butts or smoked ham or ve pounds of smoked sausage or ribs for $25 each. They will be cooked and ready for pick-up on Friday, May 23 from 2-3:30 p.m., at the Madison County Courthouse. To place an order or get more information, contact any MCHS Cheerleader or Ruth Ann Latner at (850) 464-0236. You can call or text this number or email ruth.latner@madisonmail.us. CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 4A Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Community CalendarMay 14 Wednesday, May 14, is the nal meeting for the 55 Plus Club; the club will take a break over the summer and start up again in September. The entertainment for the May meeting is a special surprise, so come on out, bring a friend, enjoy the great lunch provided and be prepared to have a wonderful time. The meeting starts at noon at the United Methodist Cooperative Ministries Center on the corner of Hwy. 145 and Dill Street, about ve miles north of town. The meeting is free and open to Madison County residents age 55 and up. There are no dues, fees or registration. Just come on out and enjoy good food and fellowship. For directions or more information, call UMCM Coordinator Deborah Brown at (850) 9294938. May 14 The Madison County Extension staff invites you to come celebrate with them, 100 years of the National Extension Service. Take a look at some historical pictures while you enjoy cake, Wednesday, May 14 at their open house, from 4 until 5:30 p.m., located at the Extension ofce at 184 NW College Loop. For more information, call the Extension at (850) 9734138.May 15 The Branford Camera Club will be holding their 3rdAnnual Spring Photo Critique with Master Photographer, Chuck Neubauer, Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. Participation is open to the public with novice through professional photographers welcomed. This event will be held at the Hatch Park Community Center, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. For more information or to receive a copy of the event guidelines, call Program Chair Carolyn Hogue at (386) 935-2044. May 15 The next Lions Club planning meeting for the 4thof July God and Country Celebration is Thursday, May 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the hospital cafeteria. Anyone who would like to participate in making this years celebration the best it can be, is welcome to attend. Club membership is not required. May 15 The 2014 Miss 20thof May Pageant takes place at the Madison County Recreation Facility on Highway 360, behind the old Madison Middle School. The event begins at 7 p.m., and admission is $7. Come out and support our young ladies as they vie for the 2014 Miss 20thof May title. For more information, contact Tami Brown on Facebook. May 16 The Madison Boys Choir will be holding a sh fry on the Courthouse lawn from 11 a.m. until all the sh are gone. Theyll be serving up sh, chips and coleslaw at $6 a plate. Come on by, grab a plate and help them with their fundraiser for travel and other expenses for future performances. May 16 The 20thof May Jubilee Celebration is holding a Fish Fry Tiki Luau at the Madison County Recreation Facility on Highway 360 behind the old Madison Middle School. Tickets are $6, and the fun begins at 5 p.m., with a festive atmosphere and sh fried to perfection. Come on out, bring your family and friends, and spend a fun Friday evening together. May 17 Saturday is by far the biggest day for The 20thof May Jubilee Celebration, starting with a 9 a.m. parade down Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, featuring FSU Seminole and Madison native Jacobbi McDaniel as the Grand Marshall. At 11 a.m., enjoy the Gospel Celebration and Entertainment Showcase at the Madison County Recreational Facility on Highway 360 behind the Madison Middle School, along with a motorcycle and car show, a cake auction, vendor booths and more. For more Information on these events, contact Dereal Alexander (bike show) 464-6178, Willie McGhee (car show) 673-1023, Vicki McQuay (gospel show) 9732252 or Leon Arnold (sporting events) 9737193. Contacts can also be reached via Facebook. May 17 Former NFL football player and Madison resident, Jesse Solomon, will be hosting the Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp, Saturday, May 17, at Madison Lanier Field. The event is open to children 4ththru 10thgrades. Registration starts at 11 a.m., with camp starting at noon and lasting until 4 p.m. Parents can also register their child online at www.usafootball.com/fun, click on Clinics, and then select Jesse Solomon Youth Football Camp. May 17 The Madison County Sheriffs Ofce and Madison County Sheriff, Ben Stewart is hosting a 5 Stand Skeet Shoot on Saturday, May 17, to benet the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. The skeet shoot will be at Honey Lake Plantations Sport Shooting Multiplex with an entry fee of $50. There will two events: one at 9 a.m. and another at 1 p.m. To reserve shooting time, RSVP to the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce at (850) 973-4151. The Madison County Sheriffs Ofce is now selling rafe tickets for a Beretta Silver Pigeon1, over and under 12 Gauge 28-inch barrel shotgun, hard case and ve different chokes. Tickets are $10 each, with only 400 tickets available. The drawing will take place on Saturday, May 17, at the Honey Lake 5 Stand Skeet Shoot. The winner needs not be present to win. May 18 New Home Baptist Church is having Homecoming this Sunday, May 18. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. with special singing by the Purvis Brothers of Monticello. The guest speaker will be former pastor, Rev. John Dorman. A covered-dish dinner will follow the service. The pastor and congregation would like to invite everyone to attend. New Home Baptist Church is located at 1100 SW Moseley Hall Road. For more information, please call the church at (850) 973-4965. Thank You!The family of the late Mrs. Oretha Davis wish to express their heartfelt gratitude for all acts of kindness shown during the illness and passing of our loved one. In however you played a part, your many thoughtful deeds are very much appreciated. Thank you again for your prayers and support. May God continue to bless and keep you. The family of Mrs. Oretha Bareld Davis ObituaryHave something you would like to add to the Community Calendar? Simply call Greene Publishing, Inc. at (850) 973-4141 or email your information to Rose@greenepublishing.com. Joette V. TolarJoette V. Tolar, 82, of Sandy Springs, Ga., died Saturday, May 10. She is survived by her husband, Burrl H. Tolar; daughter and son-in-law, William and Cynthia Cheek; son and daughterin-law, David and Sandy Tolar; and grandchildren Steven Cheek, Catherine Tolar, Clay Tolar and Alan Tolar. Mrs. Tolar worked for 35 years as Secretary and Treasurer with Tolar Construction. She was devoted to her family and found occasion to celebrate with family often. She enjoyed trips to the beach and travel with family. As a generous benefactor to so many, she was always there to provide a helping hand. She will be dearly missed. A funeral service was held Tuesday, May 13, 2 p.m., at Sandy Springs Chapel, 136 Mt. Vernon Hwy, Sandy Springs, Ga., 30328. Jack Hudson officiated. Interment followed at Arlington Memorial Park. The family received friends one hour prior to the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the Joseph House of Hope through Dunwoody Baptist Church. Floyd-Todd Announce EngagementMr. & Mrs. Randy Floyd of Greenville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Randi Lyn Floyd, to David Michael Todd, son of Michael Todd of Crystal River, Fl. and Jenny Moore of Lee. Randi, a graduate of The University of Florida, is a Certified Veterinary Technician and is currently employed with Town & Country Veterinarians and Pet Resort in Gainesville. David is also a graduate of The University of Florida, where he received his Bachelors degree in Forest Resources and Conservation and is currently employed. The couple will marry on May 31st, at Dixie Plantation in Greenville. All family and friends are welcome. MARCUS HOLBROOK JOINS THE CITY OF MADISON POLICE DEPARTMENTBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Marcus Holbrook started working for the City of Madison Police Department on Monday, May 5. I have wanted to be a police ofcer for as long as I can remember, said Holbrook. After graduating high school, I attended the police academy and came to love the idea of becoming an ofcer even more. Since starting, his favorite part of being a police officer is being able to help people who cannot help themselves. Holbrooks hometown is Orlando. He moved to Madison when he was sevenyears-old. His mother is Michelle Hall and he has a sister, Shelly Smith. He also has a sixmonth-old Jack Russell Terrier named Gaige. Prior to his employment with the Madison Police Department, Holbrook worked as a correctional officer at the Madison County Correctional Institute for three and a half years. When he is not working, he loves to go flats fishing on the Gulf, hunting and supporting the Seminoles during football season. His favorite movies are Tombstone, and The Patriot. His favorite T.V. show is The Walking Dead.Marcus Holbrook New Home Baptist Church To Have Homecoming Services Sunday, May 18New Home Baptist Church is having Homecoming this Sunday, May 18. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., with special singing by the Purvis Brothers of Monticello. The guest speaker will be Rev. John Dorman, a former pastor. There will be a covered-dish dinner to follow the service. The pastor and congregation invites everyone to attend. New Home Baptist Church is located at 1100 SW Moseley Hall Road. For more information, please call the church at 973-4965.

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By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing,Inc.In April, it was buttery gardens, and at their last meeting in May before the summer break, it was bird sanctuaries. The ladies and gentlemen of the Madison Garden Club should be well prepared to turn their backyards into a destination for a variety of creatures with wings this summer; enough to keep them busy watching all kinds of fascinating wildlife all summer long, and plenty to report back on when the club meetings start up again in September. Small ying creatures have always fascinated people, whether they zip, sail, or oat through the air, whether it's butteries or birds. Some people like both, some focus on one or the other. As for the guest speakers for May, they denitely leaned towards birds, and that's what they were there to talk about. When Susan Teisciero and Mary Huggins got into the backyard bird supply business, We wanted to make it like a place where we would want to shop, said Teisciero. A fun place to work and meet people and talk about our passion which is birds. Teisciero and Huggins run the Wild Birds Unlimited shop near Governor's Square in Tallahassee, and they visited the Madison Garden Club to talk about their passion, birds, and how to get the largest variety of birds possible to visit your backyard. A backyard needs four basic things to become a bird sanctuary: water, a food supply, plants for cover and shelter, and a place for birds to raise their young. It is the variety in these four basics that will bring the biggest variety of birds to your backyard. Food: When shopping for bird seed for your backyard feeders, look for seeds with a bit of an oily coating. Birds need the oil for a quick pick-me-up and for raising healthy young. They will visit bird feeders for about 20 percent of their food needs, and because they can see in the ultraviolet range, they can quickly spot the oily seeds. Other types of birds go for nuts and berries, so having native trees like satsuma and gs to complement your feeders with bring in more bird species. Orioles will dine on grape jelly and peeled fruit halves left out in saucers for them. Mealworms provide high-protein snacks, and the hanging suet holder is also a must for the well-stocked backyard bird sanctuary. Birds love feeders when they are nesting, because being parents takes a lot out of them, and they like to have a food source near their nest for safety reasons. Also, different types of birds feed at different levels. Ground foragers go for low platforms that hold the seeds or berries just a few inches off the ground for them, while others feed at mid-level and still others prefer feeders high up in the air. One thing to remember about feeders is to clean them out regularly. If the food doesn't look good enough for you to eat yourself, get rid of it. Food that has been around too long and has become moldy will make the birds sick. Water: Birds need water not only for drinking, but for preening feathers and producing strong eggshells. Again, water at different levels will attract more birds. Some will enjoy large shallow containers on the ground, some will ock to the bird bath on the pedestal, and still others will go ying through your sprinkler when you're watering your yard. Bird supply places like Wild Birds Unlimited now have mist or drip attachments for the bird bath that some birds love; some prefer to drink from a dripping source of water. Shelter, cover: Birds need cover plants to keep them hidden from predators, not only from the ground but from the air as well. Hawks are a danger to the smaller songbirds, and this part of North Florida, Cooper's Hawk is a particular concern. Thick bushes and hedgerows, and trees with thick foliage provide the hiding places they need to stay safe. Hostas and other largeleaved plants provide cover for ground-feeding birds. Place to raise young: Bird build nests in a variety of places besides trees. Woodpeckers and other cavity nesters need either a hole in a tree branch, or a nesting box. Cardinals will build nests in big bushes. Bluebirds go for bird houses. Wrens, chickadees and other tiny birds might even build nests in your hanging plants. Others might build a nest under the eaves of our house. With several different kinds of nesting possibilities in your yard, you'll get a bigger variety of birds nesting there, and in North Florida's temperate climate, some of them could raise three broods a year. In addition, bluebirds, chickadees and Carolina wrens will bring their entire families to your feeders once the babies are old enough to y. What about hum mingbirds? These tiny little fascinators are almost in a class by themselves. Their nectar feeders should be cleaned out every three or four days, but the reality is that with most peoples' schedules, once a week is all they can manage, but that once a week is a necessity for the health of hummers. When shopping for hummingbird nectar holders, look for the kind that doesn't have any yellow on it at all; some models may feature those cute yellow plastic owers around the drinking holes, but unfortunately, yellow is a color that will attract bees. Hummingbird feeders also come in a new anti-microbial plastic material that resists microbes and mold, and because this material comes from recycled plastic bottles, it is environmentally friendly as well. The newer styles of hummingbird feeders also have ant moats to keep the ants out of the sugary nectar and narrower drinking holes to keep out wasps. It might be tempting to hang hummingbird feeders in a cluster with your other bird feeders, but hummers are incredibly territorial and very feisty for their small size. They don't like other birds in their space, and they may try to drive those other birds away, or simply avoid your feeder and go to another one in somebody else's back yard. Hang your hummingbird feeder away from other bird's feeding ares, ideally somewhere you can see them from a window. An added bonus is that you can see different species of hummingbirds according to the season. In the summer, you'll get the nesting species like ruby-throated hummers, and in the winter, all the different varieties that spend their winters in North Florida. For more information, visit the website www.wbu.com and click on the Education tab. As an added treat, enjoy the live-stream video of the barred owl nestlings from the nestbox cam! www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Madison County Carrier 5AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Title: Madison Fire Rescue Firefighter Hometown: Pompano Beach, Fl. Why He Chose Firefighting: His two older cousins were firefighters. He always looked up to them and got the information and became a firefighter. He is currently going to E.M.T. school so he can better serve as a firefighter on scene. Favorite Book: Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen and Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck. Favorite Quote: Man know thyself. African proverb. Favorite Music: Pop music. Favorite Movie: The Fifth Element, The Lord of the Rings, trilogy and The Matrix. Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead. Favorite Sport: FSU football. Hobbies: Working out, playing video games and fishing. Family: He has been married for six years and has three children. Sum Yourself Up: Humble, leader and down to earth. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, May 9, 2014Joyce Primm is smiling because she won tickets to see Kellie Pickler in concert.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 8, 2014Jon Morgan won tickets to see Kellie Pickler live in concert.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 7, 2014Ellie Latner is all smiles as she receives her tickets to see Kellie Pickler perform. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 7, 2014Jimmie Gray is one of the winners of the Kellie Pickler concert tickets.Wild Adventure Ticket Winners To See Kellie Pickler In ConcertGreene Publishing, Inc. Birds, Birds, Birds Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 2, 2014Susan Teisciero and Mary Huggins of Wild Birds Unlimited are the go-to experts for people who need backyard bird supplies or who just want to talk about birds, birds, birds.

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.Irst met up with the hospital through my kids going to the ER, said Annette Johnson, mother of two energetic boys. Then, a few months later, her father had a heart attack and was also taken to Madison County Memorial Hospital's emergency room. Each time, she said, she was impressed by the positive, caring responses she got and the level of care her family received, so when she had the opportunity to become part of the hospital board, of which she is now the chair, she did so. She has now been on the board since plans started for the new hospital building that is nearing completion. Addressing the Madison Rotary Club, she described what it had been like to see that whole process develop, from seeing the rst plans drawn up, to going through the process of getting permits, to meeting with USDA and getting funding approved, to moving forward to the new facility that has taken shape. She also spoke of what the new hospital was all about, holistic healing that treats the whole patient, not just the disease. There were, she added, three things it wanted to embody for the community: Faith, Family and History. The faith of the board, administrators, staff and community in a place where everyone, staff and patients alike, are treated like family, and a facility that recognizes the history of the community it serves. There is so much history in this county, said Johnson, pointing out that the new hospital itself is built on the grounds of the old Madison High School. In the process of prepping the site for new construction, work crews excavated about 100 old bricks from the high school's foundation, and these are going to be incorporated in the new hospital's foyer. Additionally, there will be historical Madison County photographs placed throughout the facility. Jim Sales, another hospital board member, recalled that his father had served on the hospital board in the 1960s and had once said, I don't want to live in a town without a hospital. In reference to the long, hard, sometimes bumpy road to bringing the new hospital into being, he added, We endured crisis after crisis, but the Lord pulled us through...the older I get, the more I see God's hand in everything. Hospital CEO David Abercrombie stated that the new hospital was taking a deliberate path away from the cold, clinical, austere, atmosphere usually associated with hospitals, trying instead for a more homelike atmosphere with patients' rooms done in warmer colors and ooring material that resembles wood oors rather than the usual institutional oor covering. The unusually large windows, 12 feet across, bathe the rooms in a lot of natural light; the rooms are also larger than usual to accommodate comfortable seating for visitors. The hospital's design made the administrative ofces smaller in order to devote more square footage to patient rooms. Additionally, all 25 rooms are private rooms, in accordance with state regulations. It's slow trend, said Abercrombie of the switch to private rooms. There are thousands and thousands of hospital rooms in the state, meaning that a change can't be made overnight, so the new regulations state that all newly constructed hospitals have private rooms. The new facility will conform to a lot of regulations and standards that did not exist when the old hospital was opened in 1954. Dr. Brett Perkins, Chief of Medical Staff and CMO, also spoke of the better care for stroke victims. With the new stroke response unit he has assembled, his goal is to be able to diagnose the stroke and administer clot-dissolving medication in less than half an hour from initial stroke onset. In the eld of neurological medicine, there is a saying, Perkins told those gathered: Time is Brain. At the meeting's conclusion, many Rotary Club members made their way over to the new facility for a guided tour. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 6A Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX NOTICE The following 2013 Personal Property Taxes for Madison County are unpaid and drawing interest of one and one-half percent per month since April 1, 2014. If not paid before July 15, 2014 together with cost of advertising, warrants will be prepared and application will be made to the Circuit Court for an order directing levy upon and seizure of the personal property of the listed taxpayers for unpaid taxes and cost. Lisa B. Tuten, Madison County Tax Collector 1 P-0018600 $361.76 50075-50 KEN'S CONCRETE PUMPING SVC INC C/O CLABAUGH KENNETH 4952 RAYMOND SHEFFIELD RD GREENVILLE, FL 32331 3 P-0037300 $367.46 50137-56 GANDY GERTRUDE 719 NW BEAVER WAY MADISON, FL 32340 4 P-0046600 $11,680.57 50181-65 HONEY LAKE PLANTATION RESORT & SPA, LLC 1290 NW HONEY LAKE RD GREENVILLE, FL 32331-4075 5 P-0052600 $383.21 50199-51 JOHNSON VIRGIL & OTHA EST C/O BESSIE JOHNSON 1743 NE PERSIMMON DR PINETTA, FL 32350 6 P-0052700 $467.41 50199-52 JOINER C.M III D/B/A CMJ III LOGGING P O BOX 1136 MADISON, FL 32340 7 P-0055100 $2,125.40 50213-35 LAMAR ADVERTISING OF VALDOSTA P O BOX 66338 BATON ROUGE, LA 70896 8 P-0057800 $195.84 50225-00 MADE TO ORDER CATERING SERVICE INC 5806 NE COLIN KELLY HWY MADISON, FL 32340 9 P-0058900 $599.03 50231-00 MADISON EYE CENTER MELANIE HILL,O.D.,P.A 234 SW RANGE AVE MADISON, FL 32340 10 P-0059800 $2,846.74 50236-54 MAGNUM BROADCASTING INC P O BOX 426 WARREN, PA 16365 11 P-0066600 $298.98 50261-01 NPCR INC NEXTELL PARTNERS PROP TAX DEPT P O BOX 7911 OVERLAND PARK, KS 66207-0911 12 P-0066700 $191.11 50261-02 NPCR INC NEXTEL PARTNERS PROP TAX DEPT P O BOX 7911 OVERLAND PARK, KS 66207-0911 13 P-0066800 $193.49 50261-03 NPCR INC NEXTEL PARTNERS PROP TAX DEPT P O BOX 7911 OVERLAND PARK, KS 66207-0911 14 P-0073300 $310.43 50279-50 PIONEER EXCAVATING/TRACTOR SER PAUL KINSLEY 1220 NE OLD VALDOSTA RD PINETTA, FL 32350 15 P-0085400 $60.66 50322-40 SCOTT, EDDIE L. 5402 TURKEY SCRATCH ROAD MONTICELLO, FL 32344 MADISON ROTARY CLUB TOURS HOSPITALGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014Hospital Board chair Annette Johnson speaks to the Madison Rotary Club as fellow board member Jim Sales and CMO Dr. Brett Perkins look on.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014On a tour of the new hospital, CEO David Abercrombie (right, in prole) stands in the middle of the new operating room, describing some of the new advances in modern surgical facilities to the Rotary Club members gathered around the perimeter. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014In one of the patient rooms, ooded with ambient light from the large windows, the tour group sees how several visitors would be able to t comfortably.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014In accordance with state regulations, the new hospital includes a spacious activity room for patients with lengthy hospital stays.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 7, 2014One of the most important parts of the hospital is the pharmacy where patients' medications will be kept. This one includes an anteroom where the medication will be delivered and unpacked from boxes, before being brought into the clean area of the pharmacy where medication is stored and dispensed.

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Story SubmittedRick Bitner, Chief Executive Officer of Farm Credit of Northwest Florida, announces Sue Dierdorff has joined the Association as Senior Loan Processor. Dierdorff brings with her over 10 years of experience in the mortgage industry. Dierdorff will be responsible for processing and preparing loan closings packages for the Country Mortgages Division. Additionally, Sue will be cross-trained on the credit desk to assist in the review and analysis of financial information for Country Mortgages. Mrs. Dierdorff brings extensive knowledge of the home mortgage industry that will enhance and grow our rural home loan portfolio; her knowledge and skills will help our association continue to serve our clients, said Kris Lee, Credit Desk Underwriting Supervisor. Dierdorff resides in Tallahassee with her husband, John and her granddaughter Chloe. They attend Christ Presbyterian Church on Bannerman Road. Sue and John have three sons and five grandchildren. She enjoys baking, sewing and attending Red Hills High School Equestrian Team Competitions. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is a locally owned and controlled agriculture financial cooperative headquartered in Marianna and owned by its member borrowers. It provides farm loans for land, equipment, livestock, production and rural home mortgages. Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is part of the National Farm Credit system established in 1916 to provide a dependable source of credit to farmers and rural America. For more information, visit www.farmcredit-fl.com. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Madison County Carrier 7AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY > Six Month Introductory APR as low as 1.99%, and as low as 4.25% thereafter* > No closing costs on lines up to $250,000** > Possible tax benets^ > Fast, easy approval up to 100% LTV > Interest-only payment option availableApply for a Home Equity Line of Credit just like a loan, and once youre approved you can access this cash up to your full available credit limit whenever you need it. Stop by today or apply* online at www.ccbg.com.*Subject to Credit Approval. The introductory rate will be in effect for the rst six (6) months after your account is opened. Upon expiration of the introductory rate, all balances will accrue interest at the variable standard Annual Percentage Rate, which can range from Prime + 1% to Prime + 4.5% using the JP Morgan Chase Prime (JPMCP) rate (currently an APR of 3.25%) not to exceed 18% at any time. Information accurate as of 03/10/2014. Subject to change without notice. After the promotional period, the variable standard APR will be based on your line amount, combined loan to value ratio, and credit rating. This offer is available to new equity line clients, and to existing equity line clients with an increase in their existing credit line of at least $15,000, and is subject to change without notice. Hazard insurance required and ood insurance, if applicable. Exclusions and limitations apply. **No closing costs will be assessed on lines up to $250,000, subject to the following conditions: (1) Borrower must have a Capital City Bank deposit account; and (2) if applicable, Borrower will pay for the second and any subsequent valuations of the property. Borrower will participate in closing costs for lines exceeding $250,000. Minimum line of $15,000 required. If you close your Credit Line and we release our lien within three (3) years from the date of closing, you will owe a prepayment penalty of 2% of the line amount, not to exceed $1,500. Owner-occupied property only and CCB must be in a valid rst or second lien position. Refer to HELOC application or ask your banker for complete details. This offer may be withdrawn at any time. ^Consult your tax advisor about possible tax benets. GREAT RATE. GET IT NOW!4.25%* APR/CURRENT VARIABLE RATE1.99%* APR/6 MONTH INTRODUCTORY RATE 343 West Base St. | 973.4161 www.ccbg.com/sale BAILEY MONUMENT CO 740252 Madison Boys Choir To Hold Fish Fry FridayBy Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.If you're passing by the Courthouse lawn around midday, Friday, May 16, you'll see the sh fry happening on the courthouse lawn and smell the mouthwatering aroma of delicious fried sh being served up with coleslaw and chips. The Madison Boys Choir will be conducting the sh fry, and plates are $6 each, starting at 11 a.m., and going on until the sh are all gone. The fry is a fundraiser for the choir's upcoming trips to performances in Winter Haven and Washington State, so come on by and support these young musicians. The group also hopes to purchase a van to help with transportation some time in the near future. Those who would like to help support the Madison Boys Choir with a donation can also send a check made out to Madison Boys Choir to 348 SE Bethune Trail, Madison, Fl., 32340. Dierdorff Joins Farm Credit Of Northwest FloridaAs Senior Loan Processor Lake Park Of Madison Attends Rodeo Photo SubmittedLake Park of Madisons special needs residents enjoyed the rodeo during Down Home Days on April 17. Residents who enjoyed the rodeo, left to right, in the front row are: John Davis, Regis Blank, Patsy Knight, William Holton, George Shea, Richard McCray and Alan Spurlock. Staff and residents who attended, standing left to right in the back row, are: Peggy Fletcher (volunteer), Beverly Fletcher (staff), Steve Jackson, James Reeves, Barbara Clayton, Leroy Holmes, Ricky Rogers, Michelle Lewis (staff), Jack Lauria, Christina Brooks (staff) and Gail Spurlock (volunteer). Other members of Lake Park of Madison's therapy and management team were on hand to help as well. MCCB Serves Up MadisonGreene Publishing, Inc. Photos By Rose Klein, May 6, 2014As part of their 15-year Anniversary celebration, Madison County Community Bank served Madison County residents a free lunch on Tuesday, May 6. The event ran from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., with employees staying busy serving up grilled hot dogs, chips and sodas. Howard Phillips worked the grill as Mallene Mosier made sure hungry patrons had plenty to eat. The free community lunch was offered as a way of showing appreciation to Madison County residents for giving 15 years of business to the bank.

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Story SubmittedThe North Florida Community College Allied Health Department hosted a Community Nurses' Week Reception, May 8, at Four Freedoms Park in downtown Madison. Annually, National Nurses Week began on May 6, and ended on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, founder of nursing as a modern profession, and the American Nurses Association's theme for 2014 was Nurses Leading the Way. The reception at Four Freedoms Parks was NFCC's way of recognizing local nurses with an event to publicly honor and say thank you to all the nurses who serve the community. The reception also honored exceptional nurses and presented awards for Years of Service, Best Nurse Manager, Clinical Excellence and Community Service. We deeply appreciate the dedication and care that nurses extend every day to our communities, said Julie Townsend, Director of Allied Health at NFCC. We plan this event each year to celebrate nurses and the unity and team spirit found within the profession of nursing. NFCC's 2014 Community Nurses' Week Award recipients were: Laurie Williams (Lake City Veterans Administration Medical Center's Living Center), Years of Service Award; Penny West (Good Samaritan Center, Advent Christian Village), Best Nurse Manager Award; Nancy Skipper and Tania Williams (Madison County Health Department), Clinical Excellence Award; Patricia Johnson (The Arc Big Bend), Community Service Award; and Doctor's Memorial Hospital of Perry, Best Clinical Site Award. Thank you to all of our clinical site partners for allowing NFCC students to train in your facilities, said Townsend. The time our students spend at your sites and with your outstanding nurses and staff is invaluable. Thank you. For more information on NFCC's Allied Health Department or programs, contact Judy Townsend at (850) 973-1694. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 8A Madison County Carrier AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY What: National Womens Health Week Celebration Where: Drury Inn & Suites Valdosta, GA When: Thursday, May 15 6pm 8pmThere will be door prizes and a special presentation by Miss Georgia Carly Mathis and SGMC aliated cardiologist,Dr. Trey Powell.For More Information, Call 229.333.1073 Meet & Greet with Carly Mathis, the reigning Miss GeorgiaMatt Boyd Photography NFCC Allied Health Department Honors Local NursesPhoto SubmittedNurses and staff from Advent Christian Village's Good Samaritan Center, left to right, Katrina Fillyaw, Penny West, Ashley Perry, Celena Gutshall, Keri Hilliard and Judy Crager attend NFCC's 2014 Community Nurses Week Reception on Thursday, May 8 at Four Freedoms Park in Madison. Photo SubmittedNFCC Allied Health staff gather at the May 8NFCC Community Nurses Week Reception at Four Freedoms Park. Photo SubmittedDoctor's Memorial Hospital receives the 2014 Best Clinical Site Award from NFCC's Allied Health Department on May 8 during the NFCC Community Nurses Week Reception at Four Freedoms Park in Madison. Pictured, left to right, are: Heather Barton, Danielle Sadler, Billye Robinson, Education Director for Doctors Memorial Hospital Laurie Rice accepting the award for DMH and Brandi Browning.Photo SubmittedPenny West, center, of the Good Samaritan Center at Advent Christian Village receives the 2014 Best Nurse Manager Award from NFCC's Allied Health Department on May 8 in Madison. West is pictured with Judy Crager, left, of the Good Samaritan Center at Advent Christian Center and NFCC Nursing Instructor Brandi Browning, right.

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Story SubmittedSuccessful student achievement isnt a matter of chance; it comes from hard work, year after year. Turning around decits in student achievement is even more challenging and often requires additional involvement from parents and the community. Dedicated to turning things around for students facing these tough challenges, Mentor Coordinator Jodie Price is charged with matching students who might benet from her program with positive role models that she recruits from throughout the community as part of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative. On Friday, April 25, a breakfast was held at Madison County High School to give mentors an opportunity to enjoy some extra time with their students, in addition to recognizing the scholastic achievements of several top performers with cash awards provided from sponsor donations. Proving that positive encouragement is a powerful tool, several dozen students and numerous mentors shared food, friendship and fun. Realizing the school year was quickly coming to a close, the feeling was also a little sentimental. We love all our students and appreciate the efforts of our mentors who volunteer their time to meet with the great kids in our program. Their encouragement helps our students realize the importance of good grades and good work habits, Price noted. The Madison County School District is dedicated to continually improving student achievement. Character education and mentoring are among the Safe Schools/Healthy Student programs dedicated to this objective as part of a coordinated strategy that includes partnering with parents and the community.SCHOOL www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Madison County Carrier 9A Mentors Recognize Student AchievementsPhoto SubmittedThe Safe Schools/Healthy Students Mentoring Program held a celebration breakfast at MCHS on April 25 and was sponsored by donations from community partners and mentor volunteers. Several students were recognized for their scholastic achievements.

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$199 Move-In Special!! 1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC accessible apts. Rental assistance may be available. HUD vouchers accepted. Call 850-948-3056. TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal Housing Opportunityrtn, c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER MOBILE HOME FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTED FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDwww.greenepublishing.com SERVICES Classifieds . . . . . Friday, May 9, 2014 Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13A Check us out on-line www.greenepublishing.com FLORIDA PRESS SERVICES, INC. STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED PROGRAM STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 5/12/2014 THROUGH 5/18/2014I am a retired nurse; and want to do private duty work with the elderly. If you can use me, I am available for any shift. Excellent references. 464-7276 (Cell).3/26 rtn, n/c Ofce Building For Rent Across the street from the Courthouse, on Shelby Street. (between Owens Propane and Burnette Plumbing) Newly Renovated 1120 square foot. Call Emerald Greene 850-973-4141.10/16 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBe A CNA Would you like to work as a nursing assistant? Become a CNA. Quest Training offers a nurse taught, 40 hr. prep class. No GED required if age 18 yr. Day and Evening classes. 386-362-1065.5/7 5/28, pd1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.3/12 rtn, n/cNewspaper Bundles For Sale $1 each Greene Publishing, Inc. 1695 S. SR 53 in Madison (850) 973-4141.3/12 rtn, n/cCDL Class A Driver Needed 2 years veried experience. Runs mostly SE extended area. Good 2 year MVR. Blue Cross and blue shield health insurance offered. (850) 929-2279.4/11 rtn, c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayJust received a new supply of repo homes Great price! Call for details (386) 466-8315.1/29 rtn, c Advertising Sales Representative (salesman) needed. Our newspaper ofce is seeking an outstanding individual to join our sales team. Do you possess a sunny, friendly attitude? Can you talk with customers easily and help them feel at home? Do you have a good personality and LOVE to talk on the telephone? If you are a team player, able to handle multiple tasks, have a friendly can-doattitude, a great work ethic, are organized, and self-motivated then this job might be just for you. Valid Drivers License a must! Apply in person only at Greene Publishing, Incs newspaper ofce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison.Too Much Junk? Do you have a garage or barn or attic full of junk and want it clean? Granddads barn that needs to be cleaned or removed? Let us make you an offer on it all And we clean it up at the same time. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c We want your Ghosts!! We are collecting YOUR stories of Ghosts, Goblins, Spooks, Specters, Aliens, Haunted Houses, Paranormal Events, Angels, and any other Supernatural Tales from Madison County and surrounding counties. We want personal experiences, legends, and family traditions. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c Set of four (4) Weld (Mountain Crusher) billet aluminum wheels 8 lug with bolt on center caps. Fits Dodge or Chevy. $200 OBO. Call (229) 460-5296.3/26 rtn, n/c A few chickens and a rooster for my yard. (850) 661-6868.4/9 rtn, n/c LAND FOR SALE OWNER FINANCING 1/2 acre lots, $14,995 $1,995 down, $149 mo. City Water, Paved Roads Cleared, Underground Power DWMHs, Modular Homes Hwy 53 North 1/2 mile. Graceland Estates Call Chip Beggs 850-973-4116chipbeggs@embarqmail.com5/7 rtn, c 4 BR, 2 BA House With replace, large yard and no pets. Near Blue Springs. $700 month, $700 security. 1 year lease. (850) 274-5805 or (907) 230-4705.5/7 rtn, cFULL TIME COMMUNITY RELATIONS SPECIALIST Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. has an opening for a full-time Community Relations Specialist in our Madison Ofce. The candidate is required to have a high school diploma or equivalent and three to ve years of related experience. A Bachelor Degree in communications, marketing, public relations or business highly desirable. The ideal candidate should have outstanding people skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, effective working knowledge of marketing techniques, and the ability to plan, organize and facilitate time sensitive projects. The Cooperative offers competitive salary and benets. Tri-County is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and Drug Free Work Place (DFWP). Please send resume and completed Tri-County Employment Application Form, which is available at any TCEC ofce or online at www.tcec.com, before May 30, 2014 to: Stephanie Carroll Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. 2862 West US 90 Madison, FL 32340.5/7, 5/14, cLake Park of Madison CNA Fulltime Contact Kim Browning HR or Connie Walker DON 850-973-8277.5/14, 5/21, c Voice and beginning piano lessons being offered by Shelly Smith. $15 per half hour lesson. Please call (850) 464-7560 to sign up.5/14 rtn, n/cFort Madison SelfStorage on 53 South has 5x10, 10x10 and 10x20 units available. Call (850) 973-4004.5/14 rtn, n/c12x18 building with 6 porch located on State Road 53 South. Ideal for a small or start-up business. Come see for yourself how it could work for you. (850) 973-4141.5/14 rtn, n/c Adoption Devoted, Affectionate, Professional couple will help you, unconditionally love. Hands on with your baby. Maintain contact. Allowed expenses paid. 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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Madison County Carrier 11A All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com ----Legals---IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2014-CA-00027 JUDGE: DECKER IN RE: Forfeiture of: $7,920.00 U.S. Currency & One (1) 2011 Nissan Versa VIN: 3N1BC1CP7BL512054 __________________________________________/ NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS ALL PERSONS who claim an interest in the following property, $7,920.00 & a 2011 Nissan Versa, VIN: 3N1BC1CP7BL512054, which was seized because said property is alleged to be contraband as dened by Sections 932.701 (2)(a)(16), Florida Statutes (2013), by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Division of Florida Highway Patrol, on or about February 6, 2014, in Madison County, Florida: Any owner, entity, bona de lienholder, or person in possession of the property when seized has the right within fteen (15) days of initial receipt of notice, to contact Sandra R. Coulter, Assistant General Counsel, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 2900 Apalachee Parkway, Room A-432, Tallahassee, Florida, 32399, by certied mail return receipt requested to obtain a copy of the Complaint and Order Finding Probable Cause led in the above styled court.5/7, 5/14 5/7, 5/14 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The District Board of Trustees of North Florida Community College will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. in the NFCC Board Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL. A copy of the agenda may be obtained by writing: NFCC, Of- ce of the President, 325 NW Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL 32340. For disability-related accommodations, contact the NFCC Ofce of College Advancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC is an equal access/equal opportunity employer. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: The NFCC Board of Trustees announces its intent to vote upon a change to DBT Policy#4.00: Equal Employment Opportunity. The economic impact to NFCC due to the policy change is $0. Copies of the policy are available for public review in the Human Resources of- ce at NFCC. Persons wishing to address this issue may do so by appearing before the Board at the meeting. Persons wishing to appeal a Board decision related to this issue will need a record of the proceeding for such an appeal and may, therefore, need to ensure that a verbatim record is made.5/14 NOTICE There will be a meeting of the Aucilla Area Solid Waste Administration on May 19, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the Aucilla Area Solid Waste Facility located at 1313 S.W. Greenville Hills Road Greenville, Florida. If you have any question please contact 850-948-4875.5/14

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By Fran HuntGreene Publishing, Inc.The Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors went into the State Championship Final last Thursday, May 8, against defending State Champions. Canterbury School of Florida (2011 and 2013) and Aucilla was skimmed for a 1-0 loss, to wrap up the season as the State RunnerUp. We played a really great game, said ACA Athletic Director Kevin Smith. They (Canterbury) got a lucky hit in the top of the sixth inning. Natalie (Sorensen) attempted a diving catch, but just barely missed the ball and it rolled to the fence for Canterburys run. At the bottom of the sixth, we had two on and two outs. We tried our best, but just couldnt get the ball into the field. Their (Canterbury) pitcher is very, very good. We are very proud of the girls, for their attitude and demeanor throughout the course of the tournament. They are going back to Aucilla as winners. This is the first year ever that Aucilla has gone to the State Final and finished as the State Runner-Up, said Smith. This was only the second time ever that any Aucilla Christian Academy team had made it to the State Championship Final. The only other team to make it to the State Championship Final was the ACA Warriors baseball team in 1981, with then pitcher Bobby Thigpen on the mound. The Warriors finished as the State Runner-Up Smith concluded. As a team, at the plate, the Lady Warriors had 25 plate appearances, 23 at bats, two hits, one single, one triple, one walk and 13 strikeouts. Whitney Stevens had three plate appearances, three at bats and two strikeouts. Ashlyn Rogers had one plate appearance, one at bat and one strikeout. Emma Witmer had two plate appearances, two at bats and one strikeout. Natalie Sorensen had three plate appearances, two at bats and one strikeout. Ramsey Sullivan had three plate appearances, three at bats and three strikeouts. Kelly Horne had three plate appearances, three at bats and one strikeout. Abigail Morgan had two plate appearances, two at bats, and two strikeouts. Elizabeth Hightower had three plate appearances, two at bats, two hits, one single, one triple and one walk. Taylor Copeland had two plate appearances, two at bats and one strikeout. Carly Joiner had three plate appearances, three at bats and one strikeout. On the field, the Lady Warriors had 26 total chances, four assists, 21 putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .962. Stevens had five total chances, four assists, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Witmer had one total chance, one putout and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Sullivan had two total chances, two putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Horne had nine totals chances, nine putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Morgan had three total chances, three putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Copeland had three total chances, three putouts and a fielding percentage of 1.000. Joiner had three total chances, two putouts, one error and a fielding percentage of .667. On the mound, Stevens pitched seven innings, giving up four hits, two walks, one run, which was earned, and striking out eight batters. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 14, 2014 12A Madison County CarrierSPORTS Deadline For Picture Entry Is May 15th Honor your Senior by placing his/her photo In our special Graduation Edition of the Madison County CarrierbtnbfrDont Miss This CHANCE!The Graduation Edition Will Run May 21st Sign Up NOW AE Only$25 Congratulations Marcus We are so proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad & Ashley Actual Ad Size Name:____________________________ Message:_________________________ _________________________________ From:____________________________ _________________________________Greene Publishing PO Drawer 772 (850) 973-4141 Lady Warriors State Runner-UpPhoto SubmittedThe 2014 Softball State Runner-Up Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors are pictured front row, left to right: Payal Chaudhari, Lindsey Davis (bat girl), Carly Joiner, Natalie Sorensen, Whitney Stevens, Courtney Watts and Briana Nolan. Back row, left to right: Susan Morgan (Assistant Coach), Ansley Rogers (Assistant Coach), Megan Scholl, Emma Witmer, Gaige Winchester, Elizabeth Hightower, Abigail Morgan, Kelly Horne, Ramsey Sullivan, Taylor Copeland, Corey Brandies (Team Manager), Ashlyn Rogers, Jarod Lauth (Assistant Coach) and Becky Lauth (Head Coach).Photo SubmittedShown right, Aucilla Christian Academy Head Coach for the Lady Warriors and seniors Payal Chadhari and Whitney Stevens are shown with the 2014 State RunnerUp trophy.

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A remarkable Christian missionary and author, Amy Carmichael, wrote a book published in 1933 entitled Rose Briar. Carmichael ministered in India and started a home for children being rescued from being temple prostitutes. This book was written especially for the ill; the confined; the elderly; the handicapped; and the suffering. Since she was bedridden for nearly 20 years, she writes from her experiences. My book is underlined, dog-eared and worn in many places, since I have been ill for nearly the last eight years. This book has ministered to me! I have experienced much prayer being offered and still being offered on my behalf. I appreciate every prayer and I continue to pray constantly and thank God my healing was purchased because Jesus took the stripes on His back for my healing. I am healed by His stripes. God has healed me from kidney failure and my heart being totally out of rhythm and recovering from that. He has spared my life and I have the wonderful privilege to serve the Lord and be His servant. Several people have mentioned to me that they feel they have been laid aside. They are no longer chosen to work in the Church, after years of being faithful at their post and loving to serve the Lord, but now it is over. They realize that the young people are the Church of tomorrow and are supportive of that, but they feel laid aside discouraged, depressed! I personally have been told, Carolyn, you have been laid aside and put on a shelf. This leaves me feeling like I have been disregarded by God, rejected, of no use! Did you know that God's soldiers are never laid aside or put on a shelf? Amy Carmichael writes, Soldiers may be wounded in battle and sent to hospitals. A hospital is not a shelf; it is a place of repair. And a soldier in the spiritual army is never off his battlefield. He is only removed to another part of the field when a wound interrupts what he is meant to do; and sets him to doing something else. No soldier or server is ever LAID ASIDE. He is only given another commission, sometimes just to suffer, (share Christ's sufferings as Paul stated in his writings); sometimes in pain and weakness, to fight among the unseen forces of the field. Never, never, is he shelved as of no further use to HIS BELOVED CAPTAIN. The soldier must let his Captain say where, and for what, He needs him most, and he must not cloud his mind with questions. There is no discharge in our warfare no, not for a single day. SOLDIERS ARE NOT SHELVED. You may be struggling physically, or perhaps life has hit you so hard in other areas, but true valor lies, NOT in what the world calls success, but the dogged going on when everything in you says, Stop! We must refuse the softness that would eventually sink to things below: dullness, selfishness and self-centeredness! Even as we age, let us determine to go on and be just the soldier with orders that Jesus would give us, individually! Even though there may be a briar for us, we find a secret sweetness. But it is the sweetness of Love, God Himself, that is the sweetness. You who are in a great weariness, or the exhaustion that follows a sore hurt, or in the terrible grasp of pain, God understands and is not far away from us. Amy Carmichael writes, It seems clear to me beyond question, that in the lives of God's beloved, there are sometimes periods when the adversary is given permission to overcome us. Yet our Lord is saying about each of us, and about us all, as a little company of His children, He says, 'I can count on them for peace under any disappointment or series of disap2B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Path of Faith Cal U Toda! 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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 3B Path of Faith pointments, under any strain, I can trust them never to set limits, telling me, 'Lord, this far and no further.' I can trust them NOT to offer reluctant obedience of a doubted faith, but to be glad and merry as is possible. All that begins in the gift of contentment. God wants us to say, My Lord, my Love, I am content with Thee. All my joy comes from You alone; not in services for You. The child of God must be so, that GOD HIMSELF IS ENOUGH! The Bible tells us that God is Our refuge, our help, our strength; a very present help in the time of trouble. Amy Carmichael writes: Thou hast that, my child, but thou hast Me, Am not I alone enough for thee? I know it all; know how thy heart was set; Upon this joy which is not given yet, Know it all, know how through the wistful days, Thou walkest all the dear familiar ways, As unregarded as a breath of air, But there is love and longing, always there, I know it all; but from thy BRIAR shall flow, A rose for others; if it were not so I would have told thee; Come, then, say to ME, My Lord, My Love, I am content with Thee! I mentioned that we are soldiers in a spiritual army. That means we have to walk in the Holy Spirit; finding out what God's mind is regarding what we should do. The Lord's Prayer says, Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven. God is a jealous God. He knows how entangled we are in this world the physical realm. But, today, He is encouraging us to lay aside the physical and begin to do His bidding. Remember, we are not laid aside, but it's not about us; it's about Him and what He wants us to do. Be the light of Jesus in your family, church and community. Look for the overlooked, the downtrodden, the hurting, the sick, the sinner. That's what Jesus did! Remember, even in old age, we can be vital and green. Prayer: Father, in Jesus' Name, we come! Please help us to get out of the physical realm and more into what You want us to do. We offer our bodies as a living sacrifice. Thank you that we are never laid aside or put on a shelf. In Jesus' name, Amen. The Pulpit Cont. from page 2B Verses Of The Week Galatians 5:22-2322But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23gentleness and selfcontrol. Against such things there is no law.

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 5B Path of Faith National Day Of Prayer Celebrated In Madison County By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. A downpour did not keep a handful of faithful people from attending the National Day of Prayer ceremony held at the Gazebo at the Four Freedoms Park at noon on Thursday, May 1. The ceremony began with a praise team formed of members from the Madison Church of God and the Madison County Boys' Choir singing. Rev. Bob Laidlaw, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Madison, stepped up to microphone and delivered a stirring message before praying a prayer for the United States and for Madison County. Valerie Thomas then did a great gospel song, backed by Desmond Roberson on the keyboard. She spoke briefly about the need for God's intervention in Madison County. Rev. Marcus Hawkins, pastor of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, then charged everyone with the responsibility of praying for the United States of America. He instructed the crowd gathered to split up into different groups with the focus on praying for our country. Through the years, a day has been set aside each year for a National Day of Prayer but in the 1950s, Congress passed a resolution recognizing the first Thursday of May each year as that day. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014First United Methodist Church Pastor Bob Laidlaw gives a stirring message during the National Day of Prayer ceremony in Madison. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014People listen intently as the preacher speaks the Word during the National Day of Prayer ceremony. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Part of the crowd did not mind standing under umbrellas in the rain during the National Day of Prayer. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014These young girls were enjoying the National Day of Prayer ceremony. Photos Cont. On Page 6B

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Path of Faith 6B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Prayer Cont. From Page 5B Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Desmond Roberson plays the keyboard as others stand behind him. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Valerie Thomas sings during the National Day of Prayer ceremony at the Gazebo at Four Freedoms Park. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jacob Bembry, May 1, 2014Shiloh Missionary Baptist Pastor Marcus Hawkins charges the crowd gathered to pray for the country.

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 7B Path of Faith Sauls Ordained With Jimmy Swaggart Ministries By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Senior Pastor Richard B. Sauls, along with First Lady, Sharon Sauls, Rev. Charles Lasseter, and daughters, Victoria and Hannah, traveled to Baton Rouge, La. on April 18 to the Jimmy Swaggart Easter Camp Meeting. Pastor Sauls with his wife Sharon by his side, walked up on the stage at Family Worship Center, along with other ministers, to be ordained with World Evangelism Fellowship, a ministry of World Evangelism Bible College and Jimmy Swaggart Ministries. Pastor Sauls was called to preach at the age of 14 and has pastored churches in Florida, Pennsylvania, Alabama and North Carolina. The main thrust of Pastor Sauls' message is the Message of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries and the ministry of the Apostle Paul in the Bible. That is the Message of the Cross Jesus Christ paid the price so that we can be saved; but not only saved we can live a life of victory through sanctification, healing, deliverance, and baptism In the Holy Ghost, all through the Cross. 1 Cor. 1:17: For Christ sent Me not to baptize but to preach the gospel: not with wisdom of words, lest the Cross of Christ should be made of none effect." 1 Cor. 1:18: For the preaching of the cross is to them who perish foolishness but unto us which are saved it is the power of God." 1 Cor. 1:23: For we preach Christ crucified." 1 Cor. 2:2: For I determined not to know anything among you save Jesus Christ, and him crucified." Gal. 2:20: I am crucified with Christ nevertheless I live; yet not I but Christ lives in me and the life, which I now live in the flesh I live by faith of the son of God who loved me, and gave himself for me." Sauls is the Senior Pastor of Lee Worship Center at 471 SE Magnolia Drive in Lee. Pastor Sauls invites anyone who would like a church that preaches the Cross to check out Lee Worship Center. His cell phone number is (919) 745-0225. His assistants are Rev. Charles Lasseter and Brother John Langell, all preaching and teaching the message of the Cross. Photo submittedRichard Sauls, pastor of Lee Worship Center, was recently ordained through World Evangelism Fellowship and Jimmy Swaggart Ministries. Calling All Churches:Send VBS Information By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Summer is almost here as children's eyes turn away from the clock in the classroom to the calendar. They anticipate the final bell to ring for the school year, signaling the beginning of summer and their vacation. One of the joys that children often experience during the summer is school itself only this is VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL. If your church is one of those churches who help put smiles on children by offering VBS, please email the information to jacob@jacobbembry.com or call him at (850) 673-8269 (if no answer, please leave a message) and he will be glad to put the information in The Path of Faith for you.

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Angela Cucinella To Go On Missions Trip With Drama Team By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Angela Cucinella feels a special calling in her life and she left on Tuesday, May 13, to pursue the calling. Angela's first stop will be in Phoenix, Ariz. for a month of discipleship training. A month later, she will hit the road with the New Life Drama team and they will make appearances at churches, prisons, nursing homes, schools and on the streets, up and down the West Coast of the United States. The New Life Drama Company's ministry is three-fold: evangelizing the world through drama, encouraging the church and equiping young people for ministry. New Life Drama is a full-time traveling evangelism team, which usually has five to seven members from the ages of 18-25, using the art form of sketch drama to get across the gospel message. New Life Drama Company's unique style requires no use of lighting, sets or special effects. They may need microphones and a sound system for larger venues. In the past year, New Life Drama has led more than 2,500 people to Christ, ministered in more than 600 churches, birthed dozens of new drama teams and distributed over 250,000 gospel tracts. Angela attends church at the Renewed Life Outreach Center in Greenville. A graduate of home school, she took courses at North Florida Community College before making the decision to go on this extended missions trip. Angela said that she would be returning to Madison at Christmas and then she would see if God was still calling her to minister through drama, or see what else He has in store for her. If you would like to support Angela's trip financially, you can send money for the trip to her father, Paul Cucinella, at 231 SW Rutledge Street, Madison, F. 32340. Path of Faith 8B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 St. Vincent's Takes Part In Bible Reading Marathon By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church enjoyed participating in the Bible Reading Marathon this year for the first time. The church had 17 people show up to take part in and support the activity on Monday, April 28, from noon until 4 p.m. Two were youth and there were 13 adults that read, including the pastor, Father Viet. There were also two people that came to listen to the Word being read. The church was so proud of everyone who made the commitment to support the event. Photo SubmittedSam Nash was one of the youngsters who read the Bible during the marathon. Angela Cucinella Photo submittedMerridy Archambault reads the Bible, accompanied by her mother, Misti Archambault. Photos cont. on page 9B

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 9B Path of Faith Bible Reading Cont. From Page 8B Photo submittedElmire Cantey reads the Bible, as Frank Rubino awaits his turn. Photo submittedFather Viet, pastor of St. Vincent's, reads the Bible during the Bible reading marathon. Photo submittedFrank Rubino reads the Bible during the event. Photo submittedHelen Webb is shown during her time, reading the Bible. Photo submittedJean Fiori reads the Bible during the marathon. Photo submittedKim Washington reads the Bible. Photos cont. on page 10B

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Path of Faith 10B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 Bible Reading Photos Cont. From Page 9B Photo submittedMariam Stephens reads the Bible during the marathon. Photo submittedRita Brown reads the Bible during the marathon reading session. Photo submittedRuth Dominicis reads the Bible during the round-the-clock Bible reading marathon held April 27-May 1.

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 14, 2014 11B Path of Faith Ken Autry is the former pastor at First United Methodist Church on the lake yard in DeFuniak Springs, Fl. I say, former pastor only because he has now moved on to another appointment. Those Methodists wont let their preachers sit still for long. He once shared a letter with his congregation that I have yet to get out of my mind. The letter, while not written to Rev. Autry, had been written by a parishioner who had become quite disgruntled with her pastor. This is not uncommon. Sometimes there is the perception that those of the cloth should be absolutely faultless. When failures occur, and they certainly will, the fallout can be crushing. This is too bad. Sure, there are some bad apples in the barrel, but most pastors, priests, and rabbis are doing the best they can to honor their calling and to help others. They make mistakes, but dont we all. This particular church member gave no quarter for such ministerial blunders. With teeth on edge she poured out a venomous letter to her pastor. She recounted his failures. She demeaned his family. She compared him to other great pastors that had gone before him (always good for your self-esteem), and pretty much read him the riot act. It was the conclusion of the letter that rings in my ears. She wrote, I pray that you will come to know Jesus as I do, rather than just knowing Jesus like you do. When we need ammunition against our enemies, any bullet will do. Even Jesus. Since his incarnation, Christ has taken on the form we require of him. The zealots of his time wanted him to be a revolutionary with sword in hand. The legalists tried so very hard to make him a traditionalist. The anxious masses, and those closest to him, attempted to make him their king. In fact, Jesus eventual crucifixion was due largely to the fact that he would not play by the rules. He would not be the kind of Messiah people thought he should be. He would not conform. We continue the tradition. If needed, we will wrap Christ in the red, white and blue and send him out before our armies waving the flag. We will use his words to strengthen capitalism (or some other ism) and justify our greed. We will explain away his hardest sayings in order to get cozy with him or we will drop his name in the right circles if it will garner a few more votes in November. Yes, it seems weve got Jesus right where we want him: Shrink wrapped, canned, freeze dried. In an emergency just add water. The Jesus who walked the Palestinian hills of the first century was a far cry from these things. Certainly he would have shocked us. The calloused hands of a carpenter; the olive skin of the Middle East; the dirty feet, shaggy hair, and tattered clothes of an impoverished wanderer: He is nothing like the white, middle-class, blue-eyed Jesus that appeared on my Sunday school flannel graph board. I admit I dont always recognize Jesus. Just when I think I have him figured out, he does something crazy: Like command me to love my enemies; or tell me to do good to those who dont deserve it; or challenge me to give away my possessions; or instruct me to turn the other cheek; or allow himself to be crucified. In his unconventional, eccentric manner he runs roughshod over my preconceptions. He overturns the established order of my life. He surprises me with his fierce grace. He calls me to himself demanding my soul, my life, my all. Jesus asked his disciples on his last night on earth, Do you not yet know who I am, even after all the time I have been with you? I am afraid the answer is still an embarrassing, no. But thankfully, well have all of eternity to get to know this wild-eyed Jewish rabbi a little better. Maybe, just maybe, that will be time enough. Your Own Personal Jesus

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( tt)-25($()-25( $ )-7(%# #')-25()-25()-25(nt rbb)30( r#btrbbnnn ntbnrrnbbnbbb $#)-7(% *)-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (%#$ nrt)-25($()-25( $ )-7(%# #')-25()-25()-25(nt tbbb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnf #btfbbt bbbbbbnrbbbbbb ##$)-25( )-7(% )-25( ))-25(rfn #')-25()-25()-25(nt #btrbbb) nb bbbbbbnrrbbbbbb % !$ )-7(% )-25($% )-25( )-25(##$ )-25( ))-25(rfn #')-25()-25()-25(nt bb)30( #btrtbb) nrn bbbbbbnrbbbbbb $ )-25( # %* !)-25( )-25( ))-25(nt #')-25()-25()-25(nt #btrnbbt bbbbbbnrbbbbbb $)-25($##*)-25()30( #)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (# !)-25( )-25( ))-25(t # )-25()-25()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (ntr fb#btrrbb t bbbbbbnrbbbbbbb #$)-25()-25( #! nbbb)-25(#%)-25($%#% !!)-25(!)-25()-25(ttb ft#bttbbnnf bbbbbbnrbbtbbb )-25(# $)-25()-25($% !)-25( )-25( ))-25(fn #')-25()-25()-25(nt fn#btfbb) nrn bbbbbbnrbbtbbb %)-7(% $)-25( !)-25( )-25( ))-25(t #')-25()-25()-25(nt ttb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ T* (!btf f#btrbbtnr ntbnrbbbbbb &%*)-25(!#*#)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [()-25()-25( $$)-25()-25( )-25( #)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (# ( !)-25()-25( )-25( ))-25(tr #')-25()-25()-25(nt bbb)30( #)-25(btnr)]TJ T* (!bnb ff#btbbbnff ttbnrtbbbbbb )-25($# tr)-25(()-25($#)-25( #')-25()-25()-25(nt nb)30( #)-25(bbb)]TJ T* (!bnf fr#bttbb) ttr ttbnrtbbtbbb )-25()-25( bff)-25($()-25( '#$%#%)30(' #')-25()-25()-25(nt tbtb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ T* (!btr f#btbbttfn tbnbnbbtbbn #$)30(#%)-25()-25( !)-25( )-25( ))-25(nt #')-25()-25()-25(nt nb)30( #)-25(tbrr)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!btb f#bnbnbbtr tbnbfbbtbbb # $*)-7(% $)-25( tr)-25(f%)30(' '# )-25()-25()-25()-25(n nbbbb)30( #)-25(btbr)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bt rb#bntbbrb btnbntbbbbbb )-7((*)-25( rf)-25(# '#')-25(# "&%)-25()-25()-25(tf frb)30( #)-25(ttbf)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bn rt#bntbbbtbb bnnbntbbbbbb )-7((* rf)-25(# '#')-25(# "&%)-25()-25()-25(tf trbb)30( #)-25(ttbf)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!bn rf#bntbbtft tnnbnnbbbbbb $)-25(##*)-7(%)-25( $ )-25(*)-25( rf)-25($)-25(t$%)30(' # $$)-25(%*)-25()-25()-25(nnrr ttbb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!btbb rr#bnfbbtnn tnbnnbbbbbb $)-25(##*)-25()-25( $ )]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (* rf)-25($)-25(t$%)30(' # $$)-25(%*)-25()-25()-25(nnrr tffrb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!btbb #bnbbb) nb ntnbnffbbbbbb $)30(#%)-25()-25(* )-25( ))-25(nn #')-25()-25()-25(nt fbb)30( #)-25(btr)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bb f#bntbbnbf ntnbnffbbnbb #%)-25(&%#)-25()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [(#*)-25( )-25(# *)-7(( tn)-25()-25( )-25($% #)-25()-25()-25(t ftf nnb)30( #)-25(btbf)]TJ T* (!b r#bnbbt ntnbnfbbtbbb '$)-25( $%)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [(#%# )-25(# )30(' #%)-25(* )-25($)-25(*)-25()-25(ttbf tbbb)30( #bnbbfnft ntnbnfbbbbb #%)-25("& )-25( ))-25(tfn % $')-25()-25()-25(t tfn tnrb)30( #)-25(btt)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!brf #bnbbnt ntnbnfbtnbbb ($)-25(## )-25($ ffr)-25($%)-25((#)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [(' # ))-25(*)-25()-25(tbfbr nb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bbt #bnbbfrt ntnbnfbbnbbb #)-25($)-25(%)30( nbr)-25($#% )-25(' %)-25(!#)-25()-25()-25(ff bbb)30( #)-25(ttb)]TJ T* (!bb #bnfbbrft ntnbnfbbbbb !# % #)-25( # %*)-25($ trbb)-25(()-25(%)-25(% !)-25( )-25()-25()-25(brf bbb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!btr n#bbbbb) ttnt nfnbnrbbtbbb !%%)-25(%*)-25( fnt)-25(*)-25(#)-25(# #')-25()-25()-25(nt fbbb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bbf #bbbb) nff nfnbnbbbfbbb & #)-25(+%)-25( f)-25(()-25(*)-25(#)-25(# #')-25()-25()-25(nt frb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bbnb f#bntbb) bb nrnbnbbtbbb #$ )-25("&%% )-25( ))-25(rbf #')-25()-25()-25(nt nbbb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bbff r#bbb) rbt nnbnfbbtbbb % )-25(')-25()12(*' rt)-25(()-25(&$)-25(nnt #')-25()-25()-25(nt nrb)30( #)-25(bbt)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bf #bfbbbtfb nbnnrbbtbbb &%)-25()-25()-25()-25( # tn)-25()-25(n)-7((* #')-25()-25()-25(nt ttbb)30( #)-25(bbt)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bb #bfbfbbrf nbnnrbbnbbb #$()-7(()-25($ )-25( ))-25(tt #')-25()-25()-25(nt ntb)30( #)-25(bbbt)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bbbt #bfbrbbtnb nbnnrbbnbbn #$()-25(%)-25()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [(()-25($ )-25( ))-25(rf #')-25()-25()-25(nt fb)30( #)-25(bbbt)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bbbt #bftnbbt nbnbbbbbbb $)-25()-25(%)30()-25()-25( *)-25( nb)30(')-25( #%)-25(!#)-25()-25()-25(ff nbbb)30( #)-25(tb)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bbr b#bffnbb) ffr nbnrbbbbbb $*)-25()-25()-25( frt)-25()-25( '%%)-25(# #')-25()-25()-25(nt bbb)30( #)-25(bfr)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bt t#bffbb) nrn nbnrbbbfbbb $*)-25( fbr)-25(()-25( '%%)-25(# #')-25()-25()-25(nt tt tbbb)30( #)-25(tbt)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bn n#bffbbttbnrf nbnrbbbbbb )-25(#$)-25( nbn)-7(()-25()-25($%#% !##*)-25()-25()-25(nf bbb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnff r#bfrbbnrtf bbbnrrbbfbbb )-25(#$)-25( !)-25( )-25( ))-25(nt "&%)-25()-25()-25(tf tbbbbb)30( #)-25(bbt)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!bnb #bfbbnbf nrbnbbbbbb $ )-7(%##)-25( ftb)-25(#%)-25(!#)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [(' %$$)-25()-25()-25(ntt tbbb)30( #)-25(bfr)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnfr #bfbbt nbnbbbbbb #*)-25(#)30()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [()-25(!* fnr)-25( )-25(#%)-25(# %$$)-25()-25()-25(ntt bbbb)30( #)-25(tbt)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bt #bfnbbnnrt rbnbbtbbb #*)-25(#)30()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [()-25(!* fnr)-25( )-25(#%)-25(# %$$)-25()-25()-25(ntt tnbbbb)30( #)-25(tbt)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!bt #brftbbtbft tftbnnbbtbbb %)-25($%!)-25( nfb)-25(&)-25(# '$%')30()-25()-25(rnt bbb)30( #)-25(bn)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!btb b#brnbb) rn ttbnfbbtbn (#)-25( #)-25( !)-25( )-25( ))-25(t #')-25()-25()-25(nt tbbb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnr t#brbbbtn nttbnrbbbbbb )-25( )-25(# fb)-25($()30()-7(%# #')-25()-25()-25(nt tbbb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnrt n#brbbbf nttbnrnbbtbbb !!$)-25(#&$$)-25()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [(()-25( rt)-25($()-25( #)-25(# #')-25()-25()-25(nt nrbb)30( #)-25(brnf)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bnt #brbb nbbn nttbnrfbbfbbb )-25(#*)-25()-25($#)-25(%)30( fb)-25($()30()-7(%# #')-25()-25()-25(nt fb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bt f#bbtbbtbf nttbnrfbbbbb )-25(#*)-25()-25($#)-25()-25(' #)-25( r)-25($()30()-7(%# #')-25()-25()-25(nt trnb)30( #)-25(brn)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bf r#bbnbbt nttbnrfbbbbt )-25(#*)-25()-25($#)-25()-25(' #)-25( r)-25($()30()-7(%# #')-25()-25()-25(nt tbbbb)30( #)-25(bt)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!bb #bbfbb) ft nttbnrfbbbbt #)30(#%)-25()-25(* t)-25($()-25(#)30(' $ )-25()-25()-25(nfb rbbb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!bbf #bfbbttf ntbnrbbtbb )-25(#*)-25()-25($#)-25(%)30( r)-25($)-7(()30()-7(%# #')-25()-25()-25(nt fbbbb)30( #)-25(brrb)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bt #brbbn ntbnbbbbb !$ )-25( )-25( $()30($)-7((* #')-25()-25()-25(nt bbb)30( bb#bbb) nb btnbnbbbnbbb #)-25( *)-25(#)-25()-25(& )-25( bb)-25(()-25(#)30(' #')-25()-25()-25(nt tbbbb)30( #)-25(bn)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bbb bt#bbtbb) tff bnbnnnbbtbbb $#*)-25("&)-25(! rfr)-25(()-25(#)-25(trb #')-25()-25()-25(nt nrbbb)30( #)-25(bnf)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bbr bn#bbbbtfrb bnbnnnbbfbbb $)-25($)-25()-25($* rtt)-25(()-25(#)-25(trb #')-25()-25()-25(nt ntfb)30( #)-25(bf)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bnb b#btbb) nnn bfnbnnbbtbbb #)-25()-25(#)-25()-25(#* )-25( rb)-25(()-25(#)-25(trb #')-25()-25()-25(nt tfbbb)30( #)-25(bffn)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bn bf#bfbb brnbnbbtbbb #'$)-25( #$)-25(#)-25(# ttn)-25(()-25(%%)-25(%)-25(# #')-25()-25()-25(nt nb)30( #)-25(bff)]TJ -0 -1 Td (!btb br#bfbb) ff brnbnbbbbb #'$)-7(% $)-25()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (#$% tt)-25()-25(%%)-25(%)-25(# #')-25()-25()-25(nt tbbb)30( #)-25(bf)]TJ 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