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Madison County carrier
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Began Aug. 5, 1964.
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Wed. May 28, 2014VOL. 50 NO. 41 www.greenepublishing.com 50 cents Index3 Sections, 44 Pages Local WeatherViewpoints 2A Around Madison 3-7A Beckys Recital 8-9A School 10-11A Classieds/Legals 12A Health 13A Path of Faith Section B 2013 Delinquent Taxes Section C 2013 Delinquent Tax Notices Inside Todays Edition! FDLE Re-Arrests Geoff Hill For Second Sexual Battery ChargeSubmitted by FDLE Ofce of Public InformationThe Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tallahassee Regional Operations Center on May 22, arrested Geoffrey Walter Hill, 42, on one count of sexual battery by person in custodial authority. Following Hills May 14 arrest, another victim contacted FDLE agents with allegations of sexual abuse, which resulted in the May 22 arrest. Hill remains suspended from his position as band director at Madison County High School. Hill was booked into the Madison County Jail on $500,000 bond. This case will be prosecuted by the Ofce of the State Attorney, Third Judicial Circuit. Agents believe there may be additional unidentied victims. Anyone with information about this case or Geoffrey Walter Hill is urged to contact the FDLE Live Oak Field Ofce at (386) 330-2840. Hill bonded out of the Madison County Jail on May 23. Geoff Hill DEPUTY VEHICLE HIT BY FLEEING VEHICLESubmitted by the Madison County Sheriffs OfceMadison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Friday morning, May 23, at 12:13 a.m., a deputy with the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce was traveling East on Base Street (US 90) when he observed a 1996 Nissan Maxima traveling West on Base Street at a high rate of speed passing Halls Tire and Mufer. The deputys radar showed the Nissan was traveling at 73 miles per hour in a posted 40 miles per hour zone. The deputy turned around on the Nissan to conduct a trafc stop. The driver of the Nissan, later identied as Timothy McCray of Madison attempted to turn south onto SE Twin Oak Terrace but due to his high rate of speed was unable to negotiate the turn and crashed into the building located at the intersection of East Base Street (US 90) and SE Twin Oak Terrace. There was no damage caused to the building and McCray continued to drive down the sidewalk, turned south behind the building andSee Vehicle Hit On Page 3A Photo Submitted By Pat Lightcap Photo Submitted By Pat Lightcap Photo Submitted Photo Submitted By Pat LightcapMadison Man Charged With D.U.I., Resulting In DeathSubmitted by the Madison County Sheriffs OfceMadison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Wednesday, May 21, deputies of the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce assisted the Florida Highway Patrol with a trafc crash involving a vehicle vs. pedestrian on State Road 53 North near Duval Pond, resulting in a fatality. The pedestrian, 38year-old Gloria Jean Christian of Madison was reported to be at roadside when a truck driven by 54-year-old Eric Hammond Jr., struck Christian and she was pronounced deceased at the scene. Due to the charges placed by the Florida Highway Patrol, it is indicated that alcohol may be a contributing factor. Eric Hammond Jr., was arrested and booked Drivers License Office May Come To MadisonBy Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc.Tax collector Lisa Tuten addressed the Madison County Commission at their May 14 meeting about the possibility of bringing a drivers license service to Madison. I've been talking about getting a drivers license ofce here for a long time, she said. It's been a need here for a long time. Currently, Madison Click It Or Ticket Campaign In Full SwingBy Amber HoustonGreene Publishing, Inc.Once a year, Florida law enforcement ofcers crack down on seatbelt violations. This years Click It or Ticket campaign is no different. The campaign runs from May 19 to June 1. It represents a time where law enforcement ofcers will be looking hard for these violations in an effort to make the public more aware of personal and public safety. Semi Collides With VehicleBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.APeterbilt Semi collided with a 1999 Oldsmobile Brevada on Friday, May 23 at 12:10 p.m., on Hwy. 90 East and Macedonia Church Road. According to the Florida Highway Patrol report, Jennifer D. Johnson, 24, a Lee resident, was stopped in the eastbound lane on Hwy. 90 waiting for trafc to clear to make a left turn on Macedonia Church Road. She had six-year-old Casper White as a passenger. Gary Lloyd Howell,See Collision On Page 3A See Click It Or Ticket On Page 3A See License On Page 3ATruck Flips/ Rolls OverBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.AMadison County resident was traveling north on US 221, in Greenville, on Saturday, May 24 at 5:50 a.m., when he failed to negotiate a curve. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, John L. McDonald, 55, entered the east shoulder and continued traveling northeast on the shoulder. The right side of the 1997 Ford Ranger struck a tree. The vehicle continued and struck a second tree with the right side of the vehicle. The vehicle began rotating clockwise and simultaneously rolled over. The vehicle came to a nal rest on its roof. There were no injuries reported. The Florida Highway Patrol charged McDonald with careless driving and not wearing a seatbelt. Timothy McCray Beckys Dance Steps Recital Inside!See Page 8-9A Eric Hammond See DUI On Page 3A

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National Security Agroup of modern day explorers believe they have found the wreckage of the Planter buried in sand off the South Carolina coast. The Planter was a historic Civil War-era gunboat steamer that was lost in a storm in 1876. The thing that makes the discovery of the wreck so interesting is the events surrounding the vessel during that destructive war a decade previously. In May of 1862, the CSS Planter was anchored in Charleston. A 23-year-old slave named Robert Smalls was the pilot for the ship. Three Confederate Naval ofcers and seven other slaves made up the crew. The white men decided they would go ashore for a night of revelry. That left Smalls in charge. The Black sailors had devised a plan to sail their ship to a dock, pick up their families and others who decided to escape, and slip past ve Confederate forts toward the Union blockade and freedom. Robert Smalls was their leader. With luck and brilliant seamanship, everyone made it to safety. Smalls was a remarkable young man. Born a slave in Beaufort, South Carolina, he loved the waterfront and learned the craft of navigating the waterways of the Low Country. To be given the job of piloting a ship at so young an age is testimony to his skill, knowledge and natural leadership. Apparently, he hated his life as a slave so much that he was able to hatch a plan to escape bondage at considerable risk. He accomplished this feat on the night of May 13, 1862, leading his young family and others to freedom. His feat was touted by the Union and he was given additional responsibility as the war progressed. His knowledge as boat captain and Confederate naval codes placed him in a unique position to aid the cause he believed in. When the war ended in 1865, Robert Smalls accomplishments were just beginning. In a long and productive career that didnt end until his death in 1915, he served as a legislator, congressman, and customs inspector. Interestingly, he was a dedicated Republican, crediting the party for their unwavering support for the cause of universal freedom. He was also magnanimous to a fault he purchased the home he had grown up in and then offered a room to the widow of his former owner. What was it that drove Smalls and others at great peril to escape bondage and seek freedom? In the years leading up to the American Civil War, so many African-American slaves escaped their shackles and sought freedom. A spiritual from that era says that the Jordan River is chilly and wide. Having renewed my baptismal vows in that river two years ago, I will attest that it is neither chilly nor wide, but I bet the Ohio River seemed that way to so many enslaved people a century and a half ago. Did the hazardous crossing of rivers like the Ohio represent rebirth like baptism to former slaves? Chattel slavery was a horrible institution. It was not only morally bankrupt, but economically as well. The Jim Crow laws which followed it werent much better. But those institutions are behind us now, thankfully. We dishonor the memory of so many sacrices of old when politicians conjure up modern day racism for their own gain and purpose. The abolition of slavery was a mission deeply rooted in Christian belief and service. As the renowned Olaudoa Equiano, a key gure in Englands abolition of the slave trade, so eloquently put it, How can I be a child of God when I belong to another man? How indeed? Last Tuesday, I was honored to attend a ceremony at Madisons monument for the African-Americans whose labor built our community. Former Chamber of Commerce director Howell Waring led the drive to build this important monument in 1996. Im told that no other such monument exists in our nation. May 20this an important day, recognizing when in 1865, General Edward McCook took command in the Florida capital and read the Emancipation Proclamation, legally freeing our states remaining Black slaves. In our ceremony, the late Wilma Dickey was honored for her nursing service to every Madison resident for decades, regardless of their race. Having been a prisoner of the Japanese in the Philippines for three years, she perhaps understood the importance of freedom and human dignity more than any of us.Memorial Day came and went this past Monday. With it came many family gatherings, cook-outs, beach trips, a day outside, or just another day at work (depending on what your job is). But I do wonder how many people keep in the back of their mind WHY we have a national holiday, such as Memorial Day. Memorial Day often just means a holiday to many people; a day to get off work, play and have fun. So many people forget the holiday is in honor of our U.S. soldiers who have died while in the military service. America: The Land Of The Free Freedom doesnt come free; our soldiers paid/are paying that price for us. Memorial Day is a special day, set aside, for all of us to honor all our fallen heroes, in all branches of our U.S. military. I heard one person say that it is important to celebrate Memorial Day, year after year, because it is important to remember; to never forget. So, I end this column with a big Thank You to all of our veterans, and to the men and women who are currently serving in our military. If it were not for the wars of yesteryear and the soldiers who fought in them, we would not have the freedoms we take for granted today. Furthermore, if it were not for our current military men and women, we would not be able to continue to enjoy these same freedoms. Life is short be respectful to one another, and teach your children to be respectful also. God, Country, Family: Our Three Great Loyalties. Until then...Ill see you around the town.When thinking of trends, we normally think of fashion and design, but trends in food have become very popular in todays culture. There are food channels on TV, food celebrities and food magazines. We can search the Internet to learn about food or nd recipes, not only in our own country, but from other countries as well. Restaurants are known to create and follow food trends in order to please their customers expanding palettes, including fast food; as can be noted by the increase of healthy and gourmet additions at popular drive-thru establishments found on every corner in town. Grocery stores are denitely up-to-date on food products for their shoppers, and strive to stay on top of food trends. One of the latest trends I have seen in stores is the rise of cheese, made with the addition of yogurt. It came on the heels of Greek yogurt, that increased yogurt sales and directly lead to the new trend. Health conscious shoppers embraced Greek yogurt, as it has more protein, fewer carbs, and is creamier and richer than the traditional American yogurt. With this popularity, manufacturers went one step further giving us cream cheese infused with yogurt, creating a versatile cheese product that has the avorful tang of yogurt, along with its healthier benets. I thought of all this when shopping in my small town grocery store and was unable to nd the fresh goat cheese I was craving. My solution was going to the yogurt section of the store, where I could select an organic yogurt to take home and make my own tangy, fresh cheese. Yogurt cheese, also sometimes referred to as labneh, is very simple to make, and the result is delicious. Labneh is the middle-eastern name for yogurt cheese and has been part of Mediterranean cooking and eating since ancient times. All you need to make this ancient cheese is the yogurt of your choice and some cheesecloth to strain it through, and time. When the cheese is ready, you have a base product that you can make savory or sweet, depending upon what you need. It makes great dips and spreads, can be used as a topping in place of sour cream or crme fraiche, and even makes a wonderful cheesecake. In fact, you can use it as a substitute in any recipe that calls for cream cheese, ricotta or mascarpone with great results. To avor the cheese, addins could be honey, jam, onion, garlic, dill, cilantro, nuts, etc. Unless Im baking or cooking, my personal favorite however is plain, spread on fresh crusty bread, and depending on the mood; salt and olive oil or honey. When I make yogurt cheese, I use about 24 ounces of plain yogurt and place it in my strainer that has been lined with several layers of cheesecloth. My strainer has arms which allows me to sit it over a large bowl to drain. I allow this to sit overnight in the refrigerator and in the morning, with about 1 cups of whey drained from the yogurt, I have about eight ounces of cheese, the perfect amount for recipes. What to do with the liquid whey? Although I have never been able to drink it as is, the whey is purported to have health benets. I cant endorse it, but a quick search found posts saying they have used it in bread baking and cooking with good results. A lot of people will put it in their pets food. I have tried this in the past, but unfortunately my dogs didnt like the taste of straight whey any better than I did. Two ancient Italian proverbs from Florence could make me reconsider though as they say, If you want to live a healthy and active life, drink whey and If everyone was raised on whey, doctors would be bankrupt. What ever you decide to do with the liquid you drain from the yogurt, please do try making this cheese yourself. Its easy, versatile and healthy, takes little preparation and allows you to have fresh cheese at a low cost; whats not to love?www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 2A Madison County CarrierVIEWPOINTS& OPINIONS Emerald Greene Publisher Joe Boyles Guest ColumnistSearching For Ambrosia Emerald's Gem Box Rose KleinColumnistTrendy Yogurt Cheese Has Ancient OriginsThe PlanterRespect For God, Country And Man

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World NewsBy Rose Kleinwww.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28 2014 Madison County Carrier 3A FROMPAGEONE 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 Kinsley Classified 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) Woman Forces Three-Year-Old To Eat PoopIn Tempe, Ariz., a 27-year-old woman was arrested on child abuse charges after she allegedly forced her boyfriends threeyear-old daughter to eat her own feces as punishment for defecating in the bathtub. Nicole Candelaria was booked into Tempe City Jail after allegedly holding down the young girl and forcing her to eat her own poop and then put soap in her mouth. Candelaria, who was also in charge of the girls siblings, has denied the charges, but the three-yearold and ve-year-old siblings have corroborated with their sisters stories. During an examination, bruising was observed on the girls chest, back, sides and legs.Man Forces Five-Year-Old To Smoke MarijuanaIn Fairview, Ore., a 26-year-old man is facing assault and criminal mistreatment charges after allegedly beating his girlfriends veyear-old daughter and forcing her to smoke marijuana. Marquise HarrisHill was arrested and booked into Multnomah County Jail after police responded to the girlfriends apartment and found the veyear-old wearing only underwear and standing in the corner. The young girls head was shaved and she had bruises and welts covering her body. HarrisHill admitted he whipped the child at the direction of the mother with a heavy belt with metal protrusions. The girls mother has not been charged and the girl was placed in foster care.Moms Drunken Party Almost Keeps Son From SchoolIn Martin County, Fla., 32-year-old Shandra Mickel was arrested on a domestic battery charge after allegedly keeping her 15-year-old son awake all night with a drunken party and then becoming physically abusive with him. According to the 15-yearold, his mom and stepfather kept him awake all night with loud music and after he got in the shower, the two adults began banging on the door and yelling, Get the [expletive] out of the shower. After the argument became physical, a neighbor conrmed to police the son was not the aggressor. While ofcers interviewed Mickel, she appeared to be under the inuence of an unknown substance and kept nodding off. She was booked while deputies took her son to school. County residents who need to apply for a drivers license, renew a license, or make an address or name change, have to travel to DMV ofces in surrounding counties. Or wait for the Florida Licensing On Wheels (F.L.O.W.) Mobile to make periodic stops here in Madison, where it usually spends a few hours in the Winn Dixie parking lot, providing all the same services a brick-andmortar ofce would. Tuten told the County Commissioners that she has been talking to the DMV for quite some time about the possibility of opening up a drivers license service area within the tax collectors ofce in the Courthouse Annex, and charging a small fee. DMV representatives visited the tax collector's ofce to look everything over, and said that the space would need to be renovated to provide extra security. The new service would be issuing regular drivers licenses only; it would not handle driving tests, CDLs (commercial drivers licenses) or medical drivers licenses, but it would be a service that the residents of Madison currently do not have. The state would cover the cost of the new equipment needed, but the county would have to pay for the renovations. Will Rutherford had looked at the site and given Tuten an estimate of $50,000 to $60,000 for the kind of renovations DMV requires. County Coordinator Allen Cherry said that the county would have to bid out the project. Tuten said she could get some bids by June 1, and if the county approved and the work went smoothly, the new service could be up and running by Oct. 1. License Cont. From Page 1A Click It Or Ticket Cont. From Page 1A Over the last five years, the annual campaign has resulted in over three million seatbelt citations. Get in the habit of wearing a seatbelt avoiding a citation saves time and money and could save your life. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which backs the campaign each year reports: if all passenger vehicle occupants age five and older had worn seatbelts, an additional 3,031 lives would have been saved in 2012. It goes on to give the shocking comparison that this number represents almost twice the number of lives lost when the Titanic sunk. So until June 1 and beyond, be safeClick It or Ticket. Collision Cont. From Page 1A26, of Lake Park, Ga. was driving a semi eastbound on Hwy. 90, when he did not see Johnson in time to stop. He locked the brakes up and skidded for 320 feet on the pavement portion of Hwy. 90. During the skid, Howell attempted to avoid Johnson by traveling in the westbound lane. Johnson had already started to turn left onto Macedonia Church Road. Howells left front collided with Johnsons drivers side. Howell began to push Johnson sideways traveling off the pavement and into the north ditch of Hwy. 90. While traveling through the ditch, the vehicles separated. The semi traveled northeasterly colliding with a culvert and reective post and then collided with a second culvert and crossed a driveway. Howell came to a rest in the front lawn of property at the corner of Hwy. 90 and Macedonia Church Road. Johnson made a controlled stop in the same front lawn as Howell. Johnson was the only one to report injuries and she sustained minor injuries. Vehicle Hit Cont. From Page 1Athen south onto SE Twin Oak Terrace while maintaining a high rate of speed. The deputy activated his blue lights and emergency siren and began pursuit. McCray turned west onto SE Byrd Avenue and continued to flee south. McCray ran through the stop sign at the intersection of SE Bunker Street and SE Byrd Avenue continuing to flee south. A second MCSO deputy joined the pursuit on SE Byrd Avenue. Once McCray reached the intersection of SE Byrd Avenue and SE Old County Camp Road he attempted to turn East but was traveling too fast causing him to slide through the intersection and crash into a chain link fence. McCray backed off of the fence and attempted to travel back north on SE Byrd Avenue however both deputies had reached the intersection and were stopped. McCray attempted to drive around the lead deputy in the ditch and then intentionally rammed the second deputys patrol vehicle head on. The Nissan was disabled and deputies took McCray into custody. Neither the deputy nor McCray were injured. The Nissan was considered to be totaled while the patrol vehicle only received minor damage. The grill guard on the patrol vehicle absorbed most of the impact. The Florida Highway Patrol was notified and worked the traffic crashes involving the building, fence and patrol vehicle. McCray was charged with aggravated flee or attempting to elude a police officer, aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon, driving while drivers license suspended, criminal mischief, attached tag not assigned, altered tag decal, no vehicle registration and unlawful speed. DUI Cont. From Page 1Ainto the Madison County Jail. Hammond was charged with D.U.I. resulting in Death. The investigation continues by the Florida Highway Patrol. Hammonds bail was set at $100,000 and he bonded out of the Madison County Jail on May 22.

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.At the May town council meeting, Greenville Mayor Kovacherich Arnold proposed that the council assist the local Boys & Girls Club with travel expenses to Madison, Ga. Now that (a Boys & Girls Club) has nally come here, it has been benecial to the youth and the community, he said. Among other things, the organization has implemented a drumline band and a basketball program for the kids. The basketball team that came together has done well, winning games against local school teams, and the drumline band has done well also, giving several performances around the area. As a result, the Greenville Boys & Girls Club had been invited to travel to Madison, Ga. (east of Atlanta and north of Macon), for a basketball game and a performance of their drumline band. The trip is a one-day event, Saturday, June 7, leaving early in the morning and returning that evening. The club members have been working hard to raise funds for the trip, giving performances in Perry and elsewhere, but have fallen short of the amount they need to pay the charter bus expense. Another council member asked about the possibility of getting a school bus instead, but learned that the cost of getting a bus outside of school hours, paying for the driver and paying for the fuel would be even more expensive. The company providing the charter bus had cut their price signicantly to help the club out. The council voted to contribute $200 toward the trips expenses. Other individuals or organizations who would like to contribute should contact Talinda Mitchell, (850) 295-4075. Mitchell is the area director for the four Boys & Girls Clubs in Madison County: the ones at Greenville, Lee and Pinetta Elementary School, and the one at Madison Central School. Let her know whether you want to donate to the Boys & Girls Club organization as a whole, to a particular club at a particular school, to a specic program like the art program or the education program, or to a specic project like the Greenville Boys and Girls Club trip to Madison, Ga. She will give you all the information you need to earmark your donation and make sure it goes where you want it to go. Greenville Recreation Department director J.A. Lane, who also spoke at the Greenville Town Council meeting, said he hopes that in the near future he can partner with the Greenville Boys & Girls Club to get a baseball and football league going for the kids. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 4A Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Community CalendarMay 31 The Madison County High School Boys Basketball team will be hosting a carwash on Saturday, May 31 at the Madison County Community Bank from 8 a.m. until noon. The money raised will be used for camp the players will attend this summer. Fees associated with the camp include camp cost, travel, lodging and food. This is the rst of a variety of fundraisers the team will host this summer. May 31 Pinetta Elementary School will be holding a talent show and silent auction in their gym, Saturday, May 31 at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1 p.m. to browse auction items that will include class art projects, themed baskets (spa, beach, sports, etc.) and more. Concessions of sodas, cotton candy, popcorn and pickles will be for sale. Everyone is invited to attend. July 26 The MCHS Cowboys Football Golf Shootout will be held Saturday, July 26, at Madison Golf and Country Club, starting at 8 a.m. Entry fees are $200 per group or $50 per player and includes green and cart fees and lunch; fees are due by July 23. For more information or questions, contact Coach Ben White at (904) 290-0413, (850) 9735779 or ben.white@madisonmail.us. 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. David Quincy ThomasDavid Quincy Thomas, 94, died Wednesday, May 21, at Madison County Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 24, at 11 a.m. at Beggs Funeral Home with burial at Midway Baptist Church Cemetery. Visitation was Friday, May 23 from 5 7 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home Madison Chapel. He was born in Madison County, where he lived all his life to the parents of Henry Jefferson and Genie Malone Thomas. He worked as a Shade Tobacco grower, at the Madison County Road Dept., and at Madison Machine Shop. He loved gardening and was a member of Midway Church of God. He is survived by one son: Roy Wade Thomas (Cheryell) of Madison; one daughter: Vonnie Lee Davis (Wally) of Madison; ve grandchildren: Gina Davis, Dina Davis of Tallahassee, Debra Kay Thomas of Tampa, Wade Thomas and Missy Bowen; two great grandchildren: Patrick and Alexis Bowen. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website at www.beggsfuneral.com.Estelle Colvin BassEstelle Colvin Bass, 87, passed away on Friday, May 23, in Tallahassee. Funeral Services will be Wednesday, May 28 at 11 a.m. at the Madison Church of God. Burial will follow at San Pedro Cemetery in Madison County. The family received friends on Tuesday, May 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home in Madison. She was born on November 28, 1926, in Lee, the daughter of the late Thomas Colvin and Rachel Lemons Colvin. She lived all her life in Madison County. She was a homemaker and the wife of a farmer, who was no stranger to hard work. She was a devout Christian and a member of the Madison Church of God. Her Christian influence was felt by all who knew and loved her. She is survived by her husband of 70 years, Marvin Eskil Bass of Madison; five sons: Prentiss Bass, Buster Bass and wife Debbie, Billy Joe Bass and wife Linda, Daniel Bass and wife Debra and Dean Bass, all of Madison; and one daughter, Kay McCarley and husband Benton of Madison. She has 15 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. She is also survived by many other relatives and a host of friends. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website www.beggsfuneral.com. CALL ME TODAY.Invest in your dreams. 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Webb of Madison; nine grandchildren and ve great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his rst wife: Loyett Harrison Odom and his second wife, Beverly Smith Odom; one son: Jimmy Dale Odom; four brothers: Walt, James, Leonard and Hollis; and two sisters: Agnes and Mary Jane, and his parents Randle and Mary Ellen Odom Beggs Funeral Homes is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website at www.beggsfuneral.com. Greenville To Help Its Boys & Girls Club With Travel Expenses of the PicturesPast State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, http://oridamemory.com/items/show/132679Florida Manufacturing Company machinery Madison, Florida MCHS Boys Basketball Team To Host Carwash By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Madison County High School Boys Basketball team will be hosting a carwash on Saturday, May 31st at the Madison County Community Bank from 8 a.m. until noon. The money raised will be used for the camp the players will attend this summer. Fees associated with the camp include camp cost, travel, lodging and food. This is the rst of a variety of fundraisers the team will host this summer. It Pays To AdvertiseAnd theres no better place than the newspaper. Call one of our representatives today. Sam Smith or Sherry Swift can help you on the way to a great advertising plan. 555-12341400 N. Main St. And theres no better place than the newspaper. Call one of our representatives today. They can help you on the way to a great advertising plan. 973-4141(Fax) 973-4121P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL

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By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Erica Carmichael started at the Madison County Post Office on March 8 of this year. She also serves as the administrator of the Pinetta Post Office. She was born in Camilla, Ga. and now lives in Valdosta, Ga. where she is planning to remain for the time being because her daughter is still in high school. Carmichael says that despite having to get up early, she enjoys the beautiful drive to work. As the new postmaster, Carmichael has one main goal. I really want to get out into the community and let the businesses and the community know what the postal service has available to them, said Carmichael. Among the available postal services, she wants the community to know about Priority Mail shipping and the Every Door Direct Mail, where businesses can have carriers put advertisements in every mailbox. Carmichael became involved with the postal service in 1990 when she was attending Valdosta State College. The post office had a summer program, where they hired college students in a noncareer position in order to help them with their tuition. In 2001, she had the opportunity to take the postal exam and was able to come on as a career employee. She was a supervisor in Valdosta and then became a postmaster. She loves Madison and the community that has been so welcoming to her. Everyone that I have met has been so nice and friendly and welcoming and I really appreciate that. Charmichael is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the members of the local chapter met with her to welcome her to Madison. The members of the Treasures of Madison County have also welcomed her. Her favorite book is the Bible which she spends a lot of time reading. Her favorite song is This Is My Season, by William Murphy. Her favorite quote is, All are within my power but I will not put myself under the power of anyone of all things, by Lightfoot. Her daughter plays basketball, so they enjoy time together by watching basketball games. Carmichael does not have a favorite team; she roots for whichever team her daughter is rooting for. Carmichaels hero is her mother. Shes been very instrumental in my life, said Carmichael. I really look up to her. Shes helped me out so much. Whenever I need someone to talk to she always gives positive advice. Carmichael describes herself as a positive, fair and outgoing person. Next time you are in the Madison County Post Office, say hello to the new postmaster, Erica Carmichael.We regret that we inadvertently left off several names of local Madison County Sheriff Deputies, last week in our National Police Week spotlight. Here is the list in its entirety: MCSO Deputy Sheriffs Sheriff Ben Stewart Chief Deputy Epp, Richardson Captain David Harper Law Enforcement Bureau Captain Walter R. Smith Chief Jail Administrator Captain Mark Joost Evidence-Training Lieutenant William Sircy Investigations Lieutenant Randy Jansch Patrol Lieutenant Latricia Davis Corrections/Classications Lieutenant Kathrine West Corrections/Security Sergeant Maurice Alexander SRO Corporal Kevin Anderson Patrol/Canine Sergeant Christopher Andrews Investigations Sergeant Bobby Boatwright Investigations/Canine Shelia Combs Victim Advocate Nancy H Curl Administrative Assistant/Finance-HR Deputy John Deming Civil/Court Services Sergeant Esther DeMotsis Investigations Sergeant Arthur Deno Patrol Deputy Tracy Dowdy Patrol Deputy David Eastabrooks Patrol Corporal Josh Harris SRO Sergeant Bill Hart Civil/Court Services Sergeant Doug Haskell Investigations Deputy David Jarvis Part-time Deputy /Court Services Sergeant Brad Johnson Patrol Deputy Michael Keith Kirkland Patrol Sergeant Richard Klein Investigations Deputy Joseph Knight Patrol Corporal Jarrod Lauth Patrol/Canine Deputy Odell Livingston Patrol Sergeant Maurice, Michael Patrol Deputy Edwin McMullen Patrol Corporal David Myers Patrol Deputy Chris OBrian Patrol/Canine Corporal Kevin Odom Patrol Sergeant Dennis Pitts Patrol Deputy Eugene Pride Part-time Deputy/Court Services Sgt. Sharon Shadrick Investigations Corporal Kevin Stout Patrol Sue Tuten Administrative Assistant/Civil Tammy Webb Administrative Assistant/Warrant/Records Corporal Alan Whigham Civil/Court Services Deputy Jason Whiteld Trafc MCSO Correctional Division Corporal Nichola Alexander Corrections Bridget Brown Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Robert Buchanan Jr. Maintenance-Purchasing Corporal Jenine Clay Corrections Jeremy Deming Correctional Ofcer Alisa Fitzgerald Correctional Ofcer Andrew Shane Gilbert LPN/Corrections/Medical Corporal Jessie Goss Corrections Sergeant Debbie Graham Corrections Annette Johnson Correctional Ofcer Justin Kinsey Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Pamela Knight Corrections/Administration Corporal Frederick J. Korey Corrections Lilly L Korey Inmate Food Transport Beatrice Livingston Correctional Ofcer Brian McIntosh Correctional Ofcer Roy Miller Correctional Ofcer Lillie Mobley Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Bradley Pickels Corrections Sonny Pridgeon Correctional Ofcer Krystal Robinson Correctional Ofcer Matthew Settles Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Jimmy Smith Corrections Sergeant Kay Stephenson Corrections Corporal Morris Washington Corrections/Inmate Transportation MCSO Communications Center Terry L. Lenz Chief Communications Ofcer Brian Bish Communications Ofcer Wade Deyerle Communications Ofcer Sarah Leigh McGraw Communications Ofcer Jessie Prince Communications Ofcer Magan McCarthy Communications Ofcer Allen Shadrick Communications Ofcer Carol Taylor Communications Ofcer Barbara Thrift Communications Ofcer Michelle Pulliam Communications Ofcer Kimberly H. Washington Communications Ofcer www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Madison County Carrier 5AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY btnfntr btnfr tbtnbfrbtnbfnrbrnfnt No Photocopies Accepted Tickets are good for Saturday, June 7thonly Deadline To Enter June 3, 2014Name____________________________ ___________________________ Address__________________________ __________________________ Phone Number____________________ Fill out and return to Greene Publishing at P.O. Drawer 772 or 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32341 2014 Madison County Sheriffs Office Personnel Meet The New Madison County PostmasterErica Carmichael Spotlight On...

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Submitted by Russell WilliamsMadison County Emergency Management held their 2ndPreparedness Expo on Tuesday, May 20 at the Van H. Priest Auditorium. Citizens were treated to ve experts in their elds. First to take the stage was Madison County Emergency Management Director Tom Cisco, to welcome all the attendees and thank everybody for taking this step to emergency preparedness. The rst speaker was Bryan Koon, Director of Florida Division of Emergency Management. Koon stated that the state is prepared to help in the event of an emergency but it is the responsibility of the citizens of the state to help prepare themselves and for the most part the citizens are doing their part. The second speaker to take the stage was Jeff Brewer, Tri-County Electric Engineering Director. He informed the guests about power restoration, generator safety and down power lines. The third speaker was Jeff Evans, from Tallahassees National Weather Service. Evans discussed the weather predications for this years hurricane season starting on June 1. We are not out of the woods but being between two coasts, Gulf of Mexico 18 miles to the county line and the Atlantic Ocean being 120 miles, we could be in the middle of a strong storm someday, said Evans. The fourth speaker was Salvation Army Sgt. George Blevins. Sgt. Blevins showed a video of the 9-11 disaster and what the role of the Salvation Army was and is today. His message was about volunteerism and asked the citizens for their help to sign up to volunteer. The last speaker was Butch Galbraith, from the Florida Forestry Service. He spoke of the importance of keeping debris away from your home and prevention of forest res. The attendees also enjoyed exhibits from Tri-County Electric, Florida Baptist Convention Disaster Relief, Duke Energy, National Weather Service, Florida Forestry Service, Ham Radio Operators, Madison Emergency Services, Madison County Sheriff Department, Madison County Emergency Management, National Flood Insurance and Florida Department and Salvation Army. By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.The Boyz to Kings organization, started by Merv Mattair, is a mentor program for young men that provide positive role models, teaching boys leadership skills and helping them to build solid relationships with their families. These young men are guided by the organizations 12 principles, established to teach accountability and respect, to themselves as well as others. Ability 1stis an organization that helps individuals with physical disabilities get the resources they need in order to live independently. The organization is versatile in their assistance, offering support groups, education, medical supplies and medical equipment loans and constructs ramps for those in wheelchairs. The two organizations partnered together last month to build Madison resident Sandra McClellan a muchneeded ramp. McClellan has been mostly home bound after she was badly burned from a re in her home last year. The 47-year-old said she fell asleep smoking and woke up with ames on her body. Her husband Robert was home, but outside at the time the re started. By the time he reached McClellan, she was already badly burned. The burns kept her in the hospital last year for six months and caused her to need nine surgeries. After leaving the hospital, she went to a rehabilitation center for four months before being able to go back to her home. When asked about last years experience she said, As long as Im living, Im not worried. The ramp for the McClellans is the fourth ramp the two organizations have partnered together on. Both organization leaders, Merv Mattair with Boyz to Kings and Kevin Ogden with Ability 1stmet at a Shared Services meeting, where groups meet to discuss the betterment of Madison County, and four ramps later, the two groups plan on building more ramps together in the future. For more information on Boyz to Kings, visit www.kingsqueens.org. For more information on Ability 1st and their services, visit www.ability1st.info or call (850) 575-9621 or (850) 576-5245 (TDD/TTY). www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 6A Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Boyz To Kings And Ability 1st Help Build A Community Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 27, 2014Sandra McClellan and her husband Robert received a much needed ramp from the partnership of Boyz to Kings and Ability 1st.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 27, 2014The Boyz to Kings group works with a representative of Ability 1stto provide a ramp for the McClellans. Madison Holds 2nd Preparedness ExpoPhoto SubmittedFlorida State Emergency Management Director Bryan Koon speaks at the second annual preparedness expo Tuesday Night at the Van H. Priest auditorium.Photo SubmittedPat Lightcap and other ham radio operators talk to attendees about the importance of ham radio operators at the expo.Photo SubmittedAttendees were given a chance to talk to and see rst hand some of the exhibitors at the expo.Photo SubmittedSgt. George Blevins of the Salvation Army spoke to the citizens who attended the second Emergency Preparedness expo on Tuesday night.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Madison County Carrier 7A We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. The citys water is secured from three wells located around the City. Your water is drawn from the prestigious Floridan Aquifer and is chlorinated for disinfection purposes then fluoridated for dental health purposes; a sequestering agent is also added for the purpose of corrosion control. If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Mr. Johnny Webb, Water Superintendent for the City of Madison at (850) 9735081. If you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, 321 SW. Rutledge St., Madison, FL. The City of Madison routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2013. Data obtained before January 1, 2013, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations. The Department of Environmental Protection has performed a Source Water Assessment on our system in 2013. These assessments were conducted to provide information about any potential sources of contamination in the vicinity of our wells. One (1) potential source of contamination was identified with low susceptibility to city wells. The assessment results are available on the FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website athttp://www.dep.state.fl.us /swapp Thank you for allowing us to continue providing your family with clean, quality water this year. In order to maintain a safe and dependable water supply we sometimes need to make improvements that will benefit all of our customers. These improvements are sometimes reflected as rate structure adjustments. Thank you for understanding. The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity. Contaminants that may be present in source water include: (A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife. (B)Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming. (C)Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses. (D)Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are byproducts of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems. (E)Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the USEPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health. If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from components associated with service lines and home plumbing. Madison Water Department is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking and cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline 0r at http:// www.epa.gov/safewater/l ead.All drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agencys Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-4264791. Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791). In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided the following definitions: Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology. Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety. Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants. Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs to not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants. Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant that, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow. Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/l) one part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water sample. Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (g/l) one part by weight of analyte to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample. Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) measure of the radioactivity in water. The state allows us to monitor for some contaminants less than once per year because the concentration of these contaminants does not change frequently. Some of our data, though representative, are more than one year old. City of Madison, Florida 2013 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 8A Madison County Carrier BECKYSDANCESTEPSRECITAL Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The kick line in the tap dance "I'm Gonna' Wash That Man Right Outta' My Hair, performed by the senior girls, was an audience pleaser. Shown left to right are: Pazlei Jenkins, Erin Jarvis, Sara Ashley, Erin Barrs, Amelia Blanton, Stephanie English, Tessa Andrews, Danielle Leslein, Summer Langell, Celina Quintana, Brittany Edwards and April Bishop. Not seen: Elainie Jarvis and Magan Jennings. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014A tap dance performed by the junior students called, Sea Cruise is shown in a group formation. Front row, left to right are: Riley Smith, Mishel Cruz, Hannah Kervin, Shaniyah Livingston and Sarah Mabardy. Shown in the back row, left to right are: Abbie Reeves, Tamiyah Gallon, Angelina Quintana, Kersten Malone, Caitlyn Akins, Kyla Webb, Kennedy Cobb, Katerria Johnson, Madison Spicer and Shelby Shipley. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014Sara Ashley and Pazlei Jenkins performed a Pointe dance to a medley from "The Phantom of the Opera." Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The adorable three year olds in "Body Rock" during the 1 p.m., performance are shown front row, left to right: Libbie Akers, Lynzee Douglas and Summer McLeod. Pictured in the back row, left to right are: Ava Baker, Ashlynne Hendrix and Emmy McCarley. Not seen: Larrie Cherry, Magan Bass, Ryleigh Bass and Gracelyn Phillips. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014"Playing the piano" in "Sea Cruise" are left to right: Riley Smith and Tamiyah Gallon. Photo SubmittedThe nal pose of "Hope, a beautiful lyrical dance choreographed for the dancers by Scott Benson, an instructor/choreographer at Becky's Dance Steps Studio, shows the dancers from left to right: Brittany Edwards, Sara Ashley, Summer Langell, Erin Barrs, Amelia Blanton and Tessa Andrews. Standing on top is Pazlei Jenkins. This dance was also a competition dance for the 2013 2014 season. Photo SubmittedThe dancers did a wonderful job on their lyrical dance to A Thousand Years.Beckys Dance Steps Studio in Madison held their 38thAnnual Recital, Just Dance, Saturday, May 17 at the Van H. Priest Auditorium. The two shows, one at 1 p.m., and the other at 7 p.m., were variety shows that featured ballet, tap, jazz, pointe and hip hop with performers ranging in age from three to 25 years.Becky's Dance Steps Studio Presents 38th Annual Recital "Just Dance" Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014This group of girls were all smiles during the dance recital that was held on Saturday, May 17.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Madison County Carrier 9A BECKYSDANCESTEPSRECITAL Photo SubmittedThe nal pose of the opening number "Kiss You" featured front row, left to right: Sara Ashley, Elainie Jarvis, April Bishop, Ma gan Jennings, Pazlei Jenkins, Stephanie English and Summer Langell. Shown in the middle row, left to right are: Erin Jarvis, Erin Barrs and Celina Quintana. Posing in the back row, left to right are: Tessa Andrews, Amelia Blanton, Danielle Leslein and Brittany Edwards. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The opening number choreographed by Scott Benson, Kiss Me, featured 58 dancers. The youngest group featured in the dance at the opening of the curtain were Caroline Wynn, Sydney Braswell, Allie Wilkerson, Calli Knight, Shaniyah Livingston, Emma Grace Newman, Madison Christ and Kaitlyn Hutchinson. Not seen in the back row: Regan Crosby and Riley Niquette. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The nal pose of "A You're Adorable" shows the dancers from left to right: Sarah Beth Rutherford, Jadyn Russell, Olivia Tharpe, Emma Rogers, Megan Smith and Camryn Bass. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The nal pose of a medley from "Phantom of the Opera" pictured front row, left to right: Pazlei Jenkins, Sara Ashley and Erin Jarvis. Shown in the back row, left to right are: Brittany Edwards, Summer Langell and Elainie Jarvis. Pictured in the back, middle is Amelia Blanton. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014"Scott's Kru, choreographed by Scott Benson, was a mix of different songs. Shown here in the foreground are: Sarah Mabardy, Tamiyah Gallon, Riley Smith and Kyla Webb. Standing are: Reese Rutherford, Zabdiel Reyes and Aubrey Day. Standing on top is Celina Quintana. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014Zabdiel Reyes lifts Riley Smith during the opening number. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014"I'm a Star" was a dance performed by the four year olds on Saturday, May 17. Shown above are Ryder Adkinson and Emma Noe. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014Shown in the nal pose of "The Body Rock" are Ava Baker and Ashlynne Hendrix.

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Story Submitted By Kelly UpholdThe Madison County Central School has two teachers who should be recognized as going above and beyond. Pre-K teachers, Mrs. LaWanda Jennings and Mrs. Amy Webb are two of the best teachers I have ever met and I would nominate them both for Teacher of the Year. April was National Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder that appears in the first three years of life and affects the brains development of social and communication skills. Currently, one in 68 children will be diagnosed. Awareness and acceptance was the goal of the Light It Up Blue campaign last month during Autism Awareness. Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Webb came together to show their support for children and families affected by autism. I would like to take this opportunity to thank both of these wonderful teachers and all of those in Madison County who have shown support. It means the world to those whose lives are touched by this disorder. Thank you so much! www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 10A Madison County Carrier SCHOOL Teachers Who Go Above And BeyondPhoto Submitted By Kelly UpholdMCCS Pre-K teachers and students show off their artwork for National Autism month. In the back row, standing left to right, are: Ms. Timesha Glee (paraprofessional), Mrs. LaWanda Jennings, Brianna Quintana, Kennedy Rogers, Myron Mobley, TaZoria McGee, KeDarrion James, Christopher Livingston, Mark Uphold, Kaylen Rogers, Mrs. Amy Webb and Mrs. Yvonne Milton (para-professional). In the middle row, kneeling left to right, are: Isaiah Young, Michael Clark, Gary Hills, Shytrinnity Jones, Jonah Adams, Dylan Cox, Abigail Hutcherson and Crickett Lee. In the front row, seated left to right, are: Dylan Shirley, Jermaine Monlyn, Rayshard Simmons, Daniel Haynes, Malakai Dietz, Mary Uphold and Armani Turner.Photo Submitted By Kelly UpholdMary Uphold, in her buttery costume, is content to stay grounded as long as her teacher, LaWanda Jennings, can hold her.Photo Submitted By Kelly UpholdMark Uphold performed bee-utifully in his costume during the Wild About Learning Jitterbug Dance, and slows down long enough to take a picture with his teacher, Amy Webb. Title : Madison Fire Rescue Firefighter Hometown: Madison, Fl. Why He Chose Firefighting: You get to help people and have fun. Favorite Quote: Duty is doing it, pride is wearing it and tradition is living it. Favorite Music: Country music. Favorite Movies: O Brother Where Art Thou? and Sling Blade. Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead. Hero: My parents. Hobbies: Hunting and fishing. Family: Engaged to be married next May. Sum Yourself Up: Easy to get along with.

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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 RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTEDwww.greenepublishing.com Classifieds . . . . . LEGALS -12A Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com 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, pdCDL 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 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, cAutomation and Production Technology (APT) Instructor wanted at North Florida Community College, Madison FL. See www.nfcc.edu for details.5/21, 5/28, cDrivers, CDL-A: Home EVERY Weekend! ALL Loaded/Empty Miles Paid! Dedicated Southeast! Or Lease: No Money Down, No Credit Check. 1-888-880-5916.5/28, pdLP Driver Requirements: CDL License with Tanker and Hazmat Endorsement. Experience is a plus. Apply in person with resume at 208 West Screven St. Quitman, Ga. 31643.5/28, c May 285/28, 6/4 5/28, 6/4, 6/11, 6/18 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to SS 336.09 and 336.10, Florida Statutes, the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida hereby gives notice that at 9:00 a.m. during its regular meeting held June 11, 2014 at the Board of County Commissioners Room, Room No. 107, Madison County Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, the Board will hold a public hearing to consider vacating, abandoning, discontinuing and closing certain roads located in Northeast Madison County, Florida, more specically described as follows: UNOPENED ALLEY: The entire 30 unopened alley that runs east and west from Yellow Pine Avenue to Jack Street between part of original Lot 31 and Lots 115116, as shown on the Yellow Pine Heights Subdivision Re-plat dated 1962, Public Records of Madison County, Florida. JACK STREET: The entire portion of Jack Street that runs northand south, from the unopened alley detailed above, to the south property line of origin al Lot 30, also known as, Parcel ID 4780-000000, and which lies between the original Lots 30 and 31 to the west and Parcel ID 4744-000-000 to the east, as shown on the Yellow Pine Heights Subdivision Re-plat dated 1962, Public Records of Madison County, Florida. YOU WILL PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such meeting he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Dated this 28th day of May, 2014. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: Allen Cherry, County Coordinator. All interested parties may appear at this hearing and be heard regarding this matter.5/28

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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 RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTEDwww.greenepublishing.com Classifieds . . . . . LEGALS -12A Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com 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, pdCDL 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 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, cAutomation and Production Technology (APT) Instructor wanted at North Florida Community College, Madison FL. See www.nfcc.edu for details.5/21, 5/28, cDrivers, CDL-A: Home EVERY Weekend! ALL Loaded/Empty Miles Paid! Dedicated Southeast! Or Lease: No Money Down, No Credit Check. 1-888-880-5916.5/28, pdLP Driver Requirements: CDL License with Tanker and Hazmat Endorsement. Experience is a plus. Apply in person with resume at 208 West Screven St. Quitman, Ga. 31643.5/28, c 5/28, 6/4, 6/11, 6/18 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to SS 336.09 and 336.10, Florida Statutes, the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida hereby gives notice that at 9:00 a.m. during its regular meeting held June 11, 2014 at the Board of County Commissioners Room, Room No. 107, Madison County Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, the Board will hold a public hearing to consider vacating, abandoning, discontinuing and closing certain roads located in Northeast Madison County, Florida, more specically described as follows: UNOPENED ALLEY: The entire 30 unopened alley that runs east and west from Yellow Pine Avenue to Jack Street between part of original Lot 31 and Lots 115116, as shown on the Yellow Pine Heights Subdivision Re-plat dated 1962, Public Records of Madison County, Florida. JACK STREET: The entire portion of Jack Street that runs northand south, from the unopened alley detailed above, to the south property line of origin al Lot 30, also known as, Parcel ID 4780-000000, and which lies between the original Lots 30 and 31 to the west and Parcel ID 4744-000-000 to the east, as shown on the Yellow Pine Heights Subdivision Re-plat dated 1962, Public Records of Madison County, Florida. YOU WILL PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such meeting he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Dated this 28th day of May, 2014. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: Allen Cherry, County Coordinator. All interested parties may appear at this hearing and be heard regarding this matter.5/28 5/28, 6/4May 28

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Madison County Carrier 13A HEALTHCould Polio Make A Comeback?By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc.In 1985, when the Rotary International launched its PolioPlus Project, the crippling, sometimes fatal disease was still rampant in 125 countries around the world. It had been eradicated in the United States for two or three decades by then, due to the breakthrough of Dr. Jonas Salk's vaccine and the campaign of childhood vaccinations that followed, and the mission of the PolioPlus Project was to take the vaccination program worldwide and eradicate the virus from the face of the earth (20 years later, April 12, 2005, marked the 50th anniversary of the Salk vaccine). A few years after the project was launched, Rotary International partnered with UNICEF and began working with other international agencies as well, including the World Health Organization. Stateside, the CDC has provided assistance, as has the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, pledging hundreds of millions in matching funds to purchase vaccines for children in countries where polio still threatened. Locally, the Rotary Club of Madison has been very active in fundraising with its Purple Pinkie Projects in local schools. School children who donate one dollar to the program have their pinkies dyed purple to mark their contribution to helping another child in another country live a life free of the fear of polio, just as in those countries where vaccination programs are ongoing, children have their pinkies dyed purple to show they have been vaccinated. After the project was launched in 1985, the number of polioendemic countries slowly decreased; one by one, in the countries where vaccine programs had been successful, health ofcials monitored lab results and eld reports for polio cases and outbreaks, and eventually certied a country polio-free. In 2014, cases of polio had decreased 99 percent from 1985 levels, and polio remained endemic, a common disease with recurring epidemics, in only three countries: Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan. The prospect of being so close to total eradication has been an inspiration and encouragement to health ofcials, volunteers and fundraisers, but there was always a grain of caution in the knowledge that, as long as wild polio virus remained loose anywhere in the world, another outbreak, even a worldwide pandemic was a real possibility. It has been over half a century since the repeated polio epidemics in the rst half of the 1900s left children and sometimes adults in wheelchairs, braces, iron lungs, on crutches or even dead. It is something no one would like to see repeated anywhere. On May 5, 2014 the World Health Organization released an alarm on the spread of the polio virus. The disease had spread into three countries so far, and this occurred during what is typically the low season of transmission rates. At the very end of 2013, there were 417 cases of polio, or reports of the polio virus found in the environment in 10 countries worldwide, and 60 percent of those were linked to the international travel of adult carriers. Pakistan, Syria and Cameroon have been urged to put preventative measures in place, such as requiring proof of vaccination from all international travelers entering or leaving their borders, because of the ten countries with active cases polio, the evidence shows that these three have allowed the disease to cross their borders and cause new outbreaks in neighboring countries: from Pakistan to Afghanistan, from Syria to Iraq and from Cameroon to Equatorial Guinea. Syria, in particular, had not seen an active case of polio in 15 years. The 10 affected countries include: Afghanistan, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Iraq, Israel, Somalia and Nigeria, which have not allowed the virus to pass beyond their borders, along with Pakistan, Syria and Cameroon. In Israel, health ofcials have found no active cases of polio, but have discovered the polio virus in the stools of vaccinated children and in sewage samples. One main concern of the WHO is that further spread of the virus would endanger countries that are currently polio free, but coping with conict, wars, and other disruptions to their infrastructure and public health care delivery systems. The current situation with polio spreading during a low-transmission period are in stark contrast to a period from January 2012 through April 2013, when spread of the virus had all but stopped. Why hasn't polio gone away yet? The polio virus is part of the Picornaviridae family which also includes the rhinoviruses that cause the common cold and the enteroviruses, a group of RNA that are responsible for diseases and infections of the gastrointestinal tract and can spread to the central nervous system and other ares of the body. The enteroviruses include hepatitis C and polio. There are over 100 types of enteroviruses that can cause 10 to 15 millions different infections. Dr. Steven Oberste, chief of the Polio and Picornavirus Laboratory Branch of the CDC, notes that most people who become infected with an enterovirus do not get sick or have only mild symptoms including fever, runny nose, cough, skin rash and body aches. This is often the culprit for the summer cold in children and teens who have not yet developed immunities to these viruses. Cases typically peak in July, August and September. Other types of the enterovirus are more serious, resulting in hand, foot and mouth disease, viral meningitis, encephalitis, heart infections and even paralysis in some patients. The polio virus is in this more serious category. The wild poliovirus is highly infectious, but only one in 200 cases will result in paralysis, and of those, about ve to ten percent will result in death when breathing muscles become paralyzed. The virus lives in the intestinal tract and in the feces that pass out of the body. It travels through the fecal-oral route and can be spread through contact contaminated soil and water, or even contaminated food there's some evidence that ies can spread the infection from contamination in the environment to food, especially in regions with poor sanitation and hygiene. However, since most people who harbor the virus never get sick or have any symptoms, they may never be aware that they're infected. While the infection runs its course, even though they have no signs or symptoms of illness, they can still shed the virus in their stool for several weeks, or even several months. In area with poor sanitation, a single person can potentially infect hundreds of people unawares, before the rst case of serious polio appears in that area. Even immune children and adults who aren't infected can still be carriers, infecting other and contaminating sewage systems. People are most contagious from seven to ten days before they become ill and seven to ten day after, although they can continue to shed the virus for weeks or months through the stool. Of those infected, a small number of people will develop nonparalytic polio, or abortive poliomyelitus. They will have mild, u-like symptoms similar to many types of viruses, including a sore throat fever, vomiting and diarrhea. Most will recover in less than a week, and unless they receive a diagnosis from a health care provider, most will prob ably assume they had the u. Another ve to ten percent of infected people will develop non-paralytic aseptic meningitis, an infection of the outer covering of the brain. The illness will last from two to ten days and include: fever, headache vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, back pain or stiffness, neck pain or stiffness, pain or stiffness in the limbs and muscle spasms/tenderness. One percent of those infected will develop paralytic polio, the most serious type of polio. The virus attacks motor neurons that transmit signals from the brain to muscle, disrupting the signal path and resulting in paralysis. Depending on which neurons are attacked, the paralyzing effects can be worse on one side of the body that the other, conned to the lower extremities, or affect the breathing muscles. Most of the paralysis cannot be reversed, although some damaged neurons, depending on ow severely they are affects, can regenerate enough new branches know as axions to allow some mitigation of the paralysis and allow the patient to regain partial use. There is no cure for polio, only prevention through vaccines given in multiple doses that grant lifelong immunity. In the United States, who is at risk? Those who haven't been immunized against the disease Those traveling or who have traveled to an area where polio is endemic, or that has experienced a recent outbreak Living with or caring for someone who may be shedding wild poliovirus Trauma to the mouth nose or throat such as dental surgery or tonsillectomy Extreme stress or physical activity after being exposed to the virus Call your doctor if: Your child hasn't complete a series of polio vaccinations Your child experiences an allergic reaction after receiving a polio vaccination You had polio years ago and are now experiencing unexplained weakness and fatigue You're planning to travel to parts of the world where polio still occurs Polio had been beaten back and is now conned to a small handful of countries. Fortunately, here in the U.S. and many other countries, polio and its devastating effects are only a fading memory. But until the entire world is polio free, and the wild poliovirus is eradicated from the face of the planet, it is a safety that cannot be taken for granted. Polio is one of the most serious vaccine-preventable illnesses still occurring today, and as recent events have show, constant vigilance, hard work on the part of thousands and thousands of health care professionals, and funding for a continued program of worldwide vaccinations are a must in keeping the virus from spreading, and eventually, someday, eradicating it altogether so that no one else, especially no more children have to suffer its lifelong effects.

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The system of merit represents the great religions of the world. It represents much of Christianity. Many Churches in Christendom believe that we are saved by works, that a man foils his way into the Kingdom of Heaven, that he deserves Heaven as a reward after he has done certain things that he thinks are acceptable unto God. Certainly the great religions, like the Hindu, the Confucian, the Buddhist, are religions of works. A Hindu will keep his hand raised up toward Heaven until it becomes stiff, or he will lie on a bed of hot coals or spikes, or he will crawl on his knees from one city to a shrine miles away, seeking to deserve the pardon of God. This same kind of merit system is seen in the Christian faith as well. So much of Christianity is built around the doctrine of trying to deserve the favor of Heaven. A man is saved, says one preacher, by trusting in Jesus and by being baptized. Another preacher says a man is saved by trusting Jesus and doing all kinds of good works. Another says a man is saved by believing in Jesus and taking the Lord's Supper. Another says a man is saved by trusting in the Lord Jesus and becoming a member of the Church and by being obedient to all of the Commandments of the Church. The doctrine of merit is a reflection of human pride. The falsely proud, conceited man says: I can do this assignment myself. I can merit Heaven myself. I can work out this problem of sin by myself, and when I am saved, it is because I have done it. Look at me. Here I am, walking golden streets, going through gates of pearl, mingling with the Saints Of God because I did good, I obeyed Commandments, I kept laws, and I did great things. Therefore, I am here in the Presence of God. That is the religion of the flesh; that is the religion of human pride; and that was the religion of the scribe who, when he found this Passage in Revelation 22:14, changed the text from one of washing robes in the Blood of the Lamb, to one of doing Commandments. SIN Keeping Commandments, or at least us thinking that we keep them, can never cleanse one single sin. In fact, all the good things we might do, as helpful as they might be, as commendable as they might be, can never cleanse from sin. If one thinks about it just a moment, it becomes crystal clear that works cannot cleanse from sin. The idea behind a "works religion," is that we owe a debt, and the works that we perform pay that debt. Unfortunately, our thinking is way off. It's like trying to pay a one billion dollar debt with a few pennies. It simply cannot be done. Sin cannot be cleansed in that manner, and cannot be cleansed at all. While sin is definitely a debt, it is far more than a debt. It is a bondage, an enslavement, and it carries with it a power that must be addressed, which cannot be done merely by payment. For instance, all the money in the world cannot cure cancer or AIDS. You could stack one hundred dollar bills all over a person afflicted with these diseases, and it would do no good. You could, in fact, pay any amount of money, and the payment of such would have no effect on these diseases. For these diseases to be affected in a positive way, which means to be cured, there has to be a medicine which is stronger than the disease, which kills the germs which are causing the affliction. Money cannot do that, or any type of works for that matter. It is the same with sin! While it is definitely true that Jesus paid the price, the price that He paid made it possible 2B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Path of Faith Cal U Toda! Call us today to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and nd out how a Premium Metal Roof will not only add incredible curb appeal to your project, but will also help you save BIG on your next energy bill! 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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 3B Path of Faith not only for God to wipe the slate clean, in other words to erase the debt, but it also made it possible for the Holy Spirit to attack the very source of sin. That's why Paul said: "But if the Spirit of Him Who raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, He Who raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by His Spirit that dwelleth in you." (Rom.8:11). Sin is a spiritual problem, and has to be addressed by spiritual means, which is the Cross of Christ and the Holy Spirit. The cause of sin is a diseased, polluted, unregenerate, blasphemous, wicked, ungodly heart. I realize that most people do not like to think of themselves in that vein, but what I've said is correct. That can only be changed by Regeneration. And Regeneration can only be brought about by what Jesus did at the Cross, and our Faith in that Finished Work. The forgiveness and cleansing of sin lies strictly in the Mercy, goodness, love, compassion and forbearance of God. All the Burnt Offerings in the world and all the Commandments that a man could keep could never suffice to blot out the stain of sin in his soul. MARTIN LUTHER The great Protestant Reformation came about over this very thing, this doctrinal difference. There was a monk by the name of Martin Luther, who in Rome attended the services of St. John Lateran's Church. In front of the Church of St. John Lateran is a building, housing what is called "Scala Santa," the Holy Stairs. It is supposed to be the same set of stairs which the Lord Jesus walked up into the judgment hall of Pontius Pilate. On the stairway are supposed to be the blood drops of the Lord Jesus. In order to preserve the stairs and the blood drops, the stairs are covered with wood with little glass holes to exhibit the blood drops. As people climb the stairway on their knees, they kiss those little glass holes where the blood drops of Jesus are supposed to be. This is supposed to merit them something as it regards Salvation, etc. So the people, in order to achieve Salvation, or whatever it is they desire, climb up those steps, hour after hour, trying to work their way into the Kingdom of God by penance. Martin Luther was doing that. He was climbing those same stairs, kissing all those spots, when about halfway up, something happened in his heart. He recalled the great text of Habakkuk 2:4: "The Just shall live by his faith." It is said that Martin Luther stood up, turned around, and walked down the steps. He went to Wittenburg, Germany, and there on the door of the Church, he nailed his 95 theses, and that was the beginning of the Reformation. No, the words that John wrote are: Blessed are they who have washed their robes in the Blood of the Lamb, that they may have right to the Tree of Life, and may enter in through the gates into the City." (Rev. 22:14). "For by Grace are you saved through faith: and that not of yourselves: it is the Gift of God: not of works, lest any man should boast." (Eph. 2:8-9). Pulpit Continued From Page 2B Beulah Baptist Hosting Kids For Christ Meetings In June By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Attention children, five years and older: Beulah Baptist Church is celebrating June with a Wednesday Kids for Christ meeting. There will be a meeting each Wednesday at 5 p.m., during the month, where everyone will eat, enjoy Bible study and crafts and recreation. You are invited to join them for this great time. If anyone needs a ride, they may call (850) 971-5211 or (386) 294-1721. They will pick you up and take you home. The meeting will be conducted on the guidelines of Vacation Bible School. A great time is in store and, as a treat, the church will have the sno-cone buggy there. Beulah Baptist Church is located at 1258 NE Beulah Church Road, east of Lee, off US Highway 90. Rev. T.J. Santerfeit is the pastor.

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 5B Path of Faith Saddle Up And Ride Across Cross Canyon Trail At Landmark VBS By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Saddle up and ride strong with Jesus Yeehaw! on Cross Canyon Trail during the Vacation Bible School at Landmark Baptist Church. Set for June 9-13, the Bible school begins at 6 p.m. each evening with grub being served from the chuck wagon in the church's fellowship hall. Then, it will be time to mosey into the church for the trip across Cross Canyon Trail. The theme of the VBS is Cross Canyon Trail and the motto is Saddle up and ride with Jesus Yeehaw! Monday's phase of the journey will involve Ridin' Ready as the cowboys and cowgirls will learn the importance of always being ready to serve the Lord. Tuesday's journey will teach the cowpokes to ride obedient as students will learn to follow Christ who lives in them. Wednesday's leg of the journey will be riding faithful, as students will learn to live faithfully for Christ despite difficulties. The fourth part of the journey on Thursday will be riding bold as students will learn the importance of sharing Christ with their unsaved family and friends. As the journey through Cross Canyon comes to an end on Friday, cowboys and cowgirls will learn to ride courageously. They will learn the importance of standing with Christ against evil and danger, not only in Cross Canyon, but on their lifelong journey with Jesus. Landmark Baptist Church welcomes all who want to attend the VBS. The church is located at 3399 West US 90, west of Madison. Rev. Robert Ledford is the pastor.

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Path of Faith 6B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Church Calendar June 4, 11, 18, 25 Beulah Baptist Church will host a weekly Kid's Meeting, for five years and older, each Wednesday throughout June, beginning at 5 p.m. There will be food, Bible study, crafts and recreation. If your child needs a ride, please call (850) 9715211 or (386) 294-1721. They will be picked up and carried home. The meetings follow the guidelines of Vacation Bible Schools. June 7 Everyone is invited to particpate in the prayer walk beginning at 9 a.m. at the Four Freedoms Park in Madison. June 9-13 Landmark Baptist Church will host its Vacation Bible School Monday, June 9, through Friday, June 13. The VBS will begin at 6 p.m. each evening with food being served and then the classes and fun will begin immediately afterwards. The theme is Cross Canyon Trail: Riding Strong for Jesus. Landmark Baptist is located at 3399 West US Highway 90, west of Madison. Rev. Robert Ledford is the pastor. June 14 Chapel Road will perform a benefit concert for Denise Ellison, who needs help with paying for cancer treatments. The concert is tentatively set for 7 p.m. at Midway Baptist Church, 338 SE Midway Church Road, south of Lee, off Highway 255, south of Interstate 10, 262 exit, or south of Madison, off County Road 53, south of Interstate 10, 258 exit. June 19 The New Home monthly men's and ladies' evangelism rally will be held at 6:30 p.m. The men's meeting will be held at the New Home Volunteer Fire Department and the ladies' meeting will be held at the church fellowship hall. There will be a steak dinner served. A $10 donation is suggested to help defray the cost of the meal. June 22-27 Lee First Baptist Church will host its Vacation Bible School on June 22-27, from 68:30 p.m. for ages threeadult. The theme for the VBS is Agency D3. Dinner will be served nightly. Call Channah Galbraith at (850) 973-0759 for further information about registering. June 24 The Pinetta area food ministry/mission will be distributing food beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pinetta food pantry. July 5 Everyone is invited to particpate in the prayer walk beginning at 9 a.m. at the Four Freedoms Park in Madison.July 7-11 First United Methodist Church will be having their Vacation Bible School Monday Friday, July 7 11, from 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. It is called "Workshop of Wonders: Imagine & Build With God." Ages three 5thgrade are welcome. For more information contact, the church office at (850) 973-6295 or Ruth Ann Latner at (850) 464-0236 or ruthannlatner@yahoo.com.July 7-11 North Florida Teen Youth Camp, a four-day, three-night event is set for July 7-11, with guest speaker Phil Stacey for each evening's service. Registration fee is $90 per person, with a $25 deposit. A t-shirt is guaranteed if the camper pre-registers by June 20. Located at Live Oak Church of God's 34-acre campus on US 129 South in Live Oak. Registration forms may be picked up at Madison Church of God or Midway Church of God. July 8 The Pinetta area food ministry/mission will be distributing food beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pinetta food pantry.July 14-18 North Florida Teen Youth Camp, a four-day, three-night event is set for July 14-18, with guest speaker Phil Stacey for each evening's service. Registration fee is $90 per person, with a $25 deposit. A t-shirt is guaranteed if the camper pre-registers by June 20. Located at Live Oak Church of God's 34-acre campus on US 129 South in Live Oak. Registration forms may be picked up at Madison Church of God or Midway Church of God.July 22 The Pinetta area food ministry/mission will be distributing food beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pinetta food pantry.August 9 The 11th Hour Gospel Group will be in concert at Sirmans Baptist Church on Saturday, Aug. 9, at 7 p.m. Sirmans Baptist Church is located at 168 SW Sirmans Church Way, off US 221, south of Greenville, south of Interstate 10, exit 241. Everyone is welcome to attend. Jimmy Fletcher is the church's pastor. Call (850) 9484948 for more information.

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 7B Path of Faith Pictures From The Past: Concord Congregation Gathers For Photo Photo Courtesy of the Florida State ArchivesThis photo was taken around 1949. It is of the congregation at Concord Missionary Baptist Church, located on Concord Church Road, off Highway 150 North. Front row (L-R): Carlton Hudson, Cullen Howard, Harold McHargue, and the rest of the row is unidentified. Middle row (LR): Jaunita Jarvis, Emmett Browning, Cary McHargue, and the rest of the row is unidentified. Back row: At the left is George W. Cason. The two men at the far right with hats are V.E. McHargue and pastor Bro Chisholm. The boy partially visible at the far right is Wayne Hudson.

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Concord Baptist Church To Hold Fishing Contest This Weekend Path of Faith 8B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Concord Baptist Church will host its annual fishing contest this Saturday, May 31, in honor of Mrs. Bessie Burkett. The start time is 6 a.m. Contestants can choose where they wish to fish. Weigh-in will be at 5 p.m. The registration fee for adults is $20. If they are pre-registered, they can save an additional $5. Ages 12-15 can register for $10 to compete. There will be a $5 registration fee for ages 5 and up. There will be a $10 entry fee to enter the big fish contest. The prize for biggest bass is already at $500 and could go up. The prizes for biggest bream and biggest catfish will be $50 each. Only legal limits apply, but once again, contestants can choose where they wish to fish. At 6 p.m., the fish fry will begin. Concord Baptist Church is located at 829 NW Concord Road, east of Greenville. Rev. Jamie Ford is the pastor. Fellowship Church Welcomes Nelms As Special Speaker Story Submitted Pastor David Nelms will be the guest speaker for the Sunday, June 8, morning services at Fellowship Baptist Church. Nelms is the founder of the Timothy Initiative, which helps plant churches and helps train church planters. According to the Timothy Initiative website ( www.ttionline.org): We specifically target church planters lacking the means and/or availability to receive a balanced Biblical and theological training throughout Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Each church planter trained is expected to plant at least one multiplying and reproducing church in their region. Everyone is welcome to attend either service. There is no admission charge. Photo SubmittedPastor and Mrs. David Nelms from the Timothy Initiative

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 9B Path of Faith Agency D3 Students Will Train To Discover, Decide, And Defend At Lee First Baptist VBS By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Students will train to become Agency D3 special agents during Vacation Bible School at Lee First Baptist Church from Sunday, June 22, through Thursday, June 27. The theme for the VBS is Agency D3: Discover. Decide. Defend. Students, ages 3 to adult, will collect and log evidence about Jesus. Using their best high-tech operative skills, they will examine eyewitness reports, physical proof and Biblical accounts to uncover and defend the truth about who Jesus really is. During the VBS, they will Discover the truth of the gospel; Decide to believe it; and Defend the decision. The students will be members of D3, which is an investigative agency organized to discover if Jesus is really who He claims to be and to examine if the Bible is true. This VBS is unusual because it has an apologetics theme, because people not only need to know the Bible is true and that Jesus is God's one and only Son, but they need to know how to defend what they believe when someone asks them why they believe it. The fun will begin at 6 p.m. with dinner served each evening and last until 8:30 p.m. Call Channah Galbraith at (850) 973-0759 for further information about registering.

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When primitive Christianity first began to take root, it wasnt known as Christianity. That was more or less a term coined by onlookers. The first Christians referred to their movement as The Way. The earliest disciples saw themselves, not as part of new religion, but as travelers on and in the Way of Jesus. This Way, consequently, was something active and dynamic, bound to the living Christ. It was not some dead religion seized with rigor mortis. The passing of the centuries, however, has seriously muted this fact. The years have suppressed the wild and dangerous roots of the Christian faith, and in some cases, have beaten the living daylights out of it. This has not been lost on a large and growing number of believers. According to researcher William Hendricks, over a million Christian adults leave the church each and every year. Many do so not because the church is too spiritual, he says, but because the church is not spiritual enough. Large swathes of official Christianity have traded the untamed vitality of its Founder for something far more domesticated. Somewhere deep within us, we know this is a tragedy. We dont need researchers or statistics to confirm the obvious: Our spiritual instincts tell us that there is something more, something deeper, more radical and more alive than the safe, sterile, status quo of the religious institution. We know (with apologies to Steppenwolf) we were born to be wild. An example: Last autumn I was fortunate enough to visit Jackson, Wyo., the Grand Tetons, and the Yellowstone area. No pictures can do the region justice. It is landscape that must be seen and savored firsthand. Yet, the highlight of my trip was not the dramatic scenery. It was what happened on a cold, snowy day in the National Elk Refuge. The National Elk Refuge is a 25,000 acre plot of land that in the fall and winter becomes home to thousands of migrating elk. The elk come down out of the mountains to harbor there, but it is not a completely safe harbor. The administrators of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service have a policy that allows hunting on the Refuge, a policy not without controversy. I saw a bit of this hunting up close and personal. While on a wildlife expedition I observed a party of hunters stalking several hundred elk. These animals circled and panicked like proverbial fish in a barrel as the hunters closed in on them. It didnt seem very gaming to me, and I braced myself for the slaughter. It was then that one of the big bulls in the herd decided that he had had enough. So, nearly a ton of wild, thundering animals-on-hooves stampeded toward the hunters. At the last minute, the bull shot between two of the would-be-trophy-takers, the space no wider than a sidewalk. And when he did, the entire herd followed. Hundreds and hundreds of animals ran for daylight, and in a matter of minutes, the herd had not only escaped their predators who looked at one another with a mixture of awe and shame they had completely disappeared into the Wyoming woods. Not a single animal could be seen. These beautiful animals have lost a good deal of their habitat, but they have not lost their instincts. They still heed the wild and wonderful call of the wilderness, forsaking the false safety of the refuge for life with fewer fences. Granted, life in the wild is full of predatory dangers as well; but at least it is life outside of a manmade cage. Jesus, it appears to me, wants us to have this kind of freedom, for he did not come to start a religion. He came to start a spiritual revolution. Jesus did not come to show us how to build cathedrals or ecclesiastical refuges. He came to show us how to live. Jesus did not come to fence us in, but to set us wildly and wonderfully free. We were never born for captivity. We were born to be wild. Path of Faith 10B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Born to be Wild Let Us Share Your Upcoming VBS Events 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. Also, once your church is having VBS, if you will, snap a few photos and send them to Jacob, along with some information on the VBS, he will be glad to share them in The Path of Faith. F R E E D O M AITH

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 11B Path of Faith From The Funny Side: Letters For The Pastor We are told in the Bible that Laughter doeth good like a medicine (Proverbs 17:22) but too often Christians are stygmatized by people who think they are solemn and never have any fun. Sometimes, we can find joy in the smallest of things or in the most embarrassing. If you have any funny stories or jokes you think the readers of The Path of Faith would enjoy, please send them to Jacob Bembry at jacob@jacobbembry.com. This week, we look at letters that children sent their pastors: Dear Pastor, I know God loves everybody but He never met my sister. Yours sincerely, Arnold. Age 8, Nashville. Dear Pastor, Please say in your sermon that Peter Peterson has been a good boy all week. I am Peter Peterson. Sincerely, Pete. Age 9, Phoenix Dear Pastor, My father should be a minister. Every day he gives us a sermon about something. Robert Anderson, age 11 Dear Pastor, I'm sorry I can't leave more money in the plate, but my father didn't give me a raise in my allowance. Could you have a sermon about a raise in my allowance? Love, Patty. Age 10, New Haven Dear Pastor, My mother is very religious. She goes to play bingo at church every week even if she has a cold. Yours truly, Annette. Age 9, Albany Dear Pastor, I would like to go to heaven someday because I know my brother won't be there. Stephen. Age 8, Chicago Dear Pastor, I think a lot more people would come to your church if you moved it to Disneyland. Loreen. Age 9. Tacoma Dear Pastor, I liked your sermon where you said that good health is more important than money, but I still want a raise in my allowance. Sincerely, Eleanor. Age 12, Sarasota Dear Pastor, Please pray for all the airline pilots. I am flying to California tomorrow. Laurie. Age 10, New York City Dear Pastor, I hope to go to heaven some day, but later than sooner. Love, Ellen, age 9. Athens Dear Pastor, Please say a prayer for our Little League team. We need God's help or a new pitcher. Thank you. Alexander. Age 10, Raleigh Dear Pastor, My father says I should learn the Ten Commandments. But I don't think I want to because we have enough rules already in my house. Joshua. Age 10, South Pasadena Dear Pastor, Who does God pray to? Is there a God for God? Sincerely, Christopher. Age 9, Titusville Dear Pastor, Are there any devils on earth? I think there may be one in my class. Carla. Age 10, Salina Dear Pastor, I liked your sermon on Sunday. Especially when it was finished. Ralph, Age 11, Akron Dear Pastor, How does God know the good people from the bad people? Do you tell Him or does He read about it in the newspapers? Sincerely, Marie. Age 9, Lewiston

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#%)-25(#*)-25()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (frf nrtb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.275 -1 Td (!bnf b#bbrbb) nb trt$tbtnrfbbbbb #%% )-25(!&)-25()-25(% rb)-25($)-25($)-25( $ )-25()-25()-25(nfb tbnb)30( #)-25(bnrn)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bt b#bbbb) b trt$tbtnrfbbbbbb #*)-25(! bf)-25($)-25($)-25( $ )-25()-25()-25(nfb nrb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bb b#bbbbtftff trt$tbtnrfbbnbbb )-25(# #%)-25(#)-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [(#)-25( rfb)-25( ))-25(#&)-25(' %)-25( )-25()-25(brbf tbbbb)30( #)-25(bt)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bt b#bbfnbbfn trt$tbtnrfbbrbbb ()30(% tt)-25($# )-25(# $%)30(&&$%)-25()-25()-25(nb tbbb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!btnr tb#bbfbbt trt$tbtnrrbbtbbt *)-25( tbn)-25($)-25($)-25( )-25()-25()-25(nbr tbbb)30( #)-25(tb)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!btn tt#bbrbbbntfn trt$tbtnrrbbfbbb )-25(# #%)-25( fff)-25($)-25($)-25( )-25()-25()-25(nbr rtrb)30( #)-25(bnbn)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bf tf#btbbtnr tt$tbtnbbbnbbb +)-25($%')-25( )-25()-25( )-25(*)-25((* $ )-25()-25()-25(nfb tbtb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!btn tr#btbbb) rt nnt$tbtnbbtbbb # ()-25(#)-25()-25()-25(%%)-25( !)-25( )-25( ))-25(t )-25()-25()-25(nbr tbtb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bn t#btbbtbntb nt$tbtbnbbtbbb )-25(# #%)-25()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td [($# )30( fff)-25($)-25($)-25( )-25()-25()-25(nbr rb)30( #)-25(bbbt)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bbbt t#bnbrbb nt nt$tbtbbbfbbt ($)-25(#)-25()-25()]TJ -0.257 -1 Td [(+%)30( t)-25($)-25(#)-25(nrr )-25()-25()-25(nbr tfb)30( #)-25(brf)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnt t#bnbbb) rnnf nt$tbtbbbrbbb $(%)30(# )-25(* nbtn)-25($)-25( #%)-25(&# # )-25()-25()-25(nbr fnb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ 0 -1 TD (!bnt t#bnnbbnnb nt$tbttbbbbbb "&)-25()-25(%)30( fbr)-25($%&%)-25(#' %$$)-25()-25()-25(nbt bbb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnb nb#bnbbb nt$tbttbbtbbb ($%)-25( %)-25( )-25( ))-25(fbfr #% )-25()-25()-25(ff tnnb)30( #)-25(bb)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bbbt nt#bnftbb) tb nt$tbttbbtbbb '$ )-7(()-25()]TJ -0.275 -1 Td ( & b)-25($)-25(#)-25(nrr )-25()-25()-25(nbr tbbbb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bnb nn#bnrbbtnrnt nt$tbtnbbbb !#+)-25(&)-25(!)-25()-25(%%*)-25(# )-25( ))-25(nttt %$$)-25()-25()-25(nt nbb)30( #)-25(bt)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bn n#bntbbtf nt$tbtnbbbbt % )-25()-25(#)-25()]TJ -0.22 -1 Td (* tf)-25(#%)-25(# ##$)-25()-25()-25(ft nrfb)30( #)-25(b)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!bb nf#bnrbb) rrn nt$tbtbbbtbbb ($)-25( )-25()-25( # nt)-25($)-25(#%)-7(%# $ )-25()-25()-25(nfb tbrb)30( #)-25(br)]TJ -0.55 -1 Td (!btn nr#bnrbbtnnt nt$tbttbbbbb ))-7(()-7(()-25()-25(#% !)-25( )-25( ))-25( )-25()-25()-25(fnf bb)30( #)-25(bf)]TJ -0.825 -1 Td (!bnbf n#brfbb) ntft nt$tbtrbbbbbb # #$)-25()-7(()-25(#)-25()30($ t)-25($)-25(&! 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( tt)-25($()-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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Wed. May 28, 2014VOL. 50 NO. 41 www.greenepublishing.com 50 cents Index 3 Sections, 44 Pages Local Weather Viewpoints 2A Around Madison 3-7A Becky’s Recital 8-9A School 10-11A Classieds/Legals 12A Health 13A Path of Faith Section B 2013 Delinquent Taxes Section C 2013 Delinquent Tax Notices Inside Todays Edition! FDLE Re-Arrests Geoff Hill For Second Sexual Battery ChargeSubmitted by FDLE Ofce of Public InformationThe Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tallahassee Regional Operations Center on May 22, arrested Geoffrey Walter Hill, 42, on one count of sexual battery by person in custodial authority. Following Hill’s May 14 arrest, another victim contacted FDLE agents with allegations of sexual abuse, which resulted in the May 22 arrest. Hill remains suspended from his position as band director at Madison County High School. Hill was booked into the Madison County Jail on $500,000 bond. This case will be prosecuted by the Ofce of the State Attorney, Third Judicial Circuit. Agents believe there may be additional unidentied victims. Anyone with information about this case or Geoffrey Walter Hill is urged to contact the FDLE Live Oak Field Ofce at (386) 330-2840. Hill bonded out of the Madison County Jail on May 23. Geoff Hill DEPUTY VEHICLE HIT BY FLEEING VEHICLESubmitted by the Madison County Sheriff's OfceMadison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Friday morning, May 23, at 12:13 a.m., a deputy with the Madison County Sheriff’s Ofce was traveling East on Base Street (US 90) when he observed a 1996 Nissan Maxima traveling West on Base Street at a high rate of speed passing Halls Tire and Mufer. The deputy’s radar showed the Nissan was traveling at 73 miles per hour in a posted 40 miles per hour zone. The deputy turned around on the Nissan to conduct a trafc stop. The driver of the Nissan, later identied as Timothy McCray of Madison attempted to turn south onto SE Twin Oak Terrace but due to his high rate of speed was unable to negotiate the turn and crashed into the building located at the intersection of East Base Street (US 90) and SE Twin Oak Terrace. There was no damage caused to the building and McCray continued to drive down the sidewalk, turned south behind the building andSee Vehicle Hit On Page 3A Photo Submitted By Pat Lightcap Photo Submitted By Pat Lightcap Photo Submitted Photo Submitted By Pat LightcapMadison Man Charged With D.U.I., Resulting In DeathSubmitted by the Madison County Sheriff's OfceMadison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Wednesday, May 21, deputies of the Madison County Sheriff’s Ofce assisted the Florida Highway Patrol with a trafc crash involving a vehicle vs. pedestrian on State Road 53 North near Duval Pond, resulting in a fatality. The pedestrian, 38year-old Gloria Jean Christian of Madison was reported to be at roadside when a truck driven by 54-year-old Eric Hammond Jr., struck Christian and she was pronounced deceased at the scene. Due to the charges placed by the Florida Highway Patrol, it is indicated that alcohol may be a contributing factor. Eric Hammond Jr., was arrested and booked Drivers License Office May Come To MadisonBy Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc.Tax collector Lisa Tuten addressed the Madison County Commission at their May 14 meeting about the possibility of bringing a drivers license service to Madison. “I've been talking about getting a drivers license ofce here for a long time,” she said. “It's been a need here for a long time.” Currently, Madison Click It Or Ticket Campaign In Full SwingBy Amber HoustonGreene Publishing, Inc.Once a year, Florida law enforcement ofcers crack down on seatbelt violations. This year’s Click It or Ticket campaign is no different. The campaign runs from May 19 to June 1. It represents a time where law enforcement ofcers will be looking hard for these violations in an effort to make the public more aware of personal and public safety. Semi Collides With VehicleBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.APeterbilt Semi collided with a 1999 Oldsmobile Brevada on Friday, May 23 at 12:10 p.m., on Hwy. 90 East and Macedonia Church Road. According to the Florida Highway Patrol report, Jennifer D. Johnson, 24, a Lee resident, was stopped in the eastbound lane on Hwy. 90 waiting for trafc to clear to make a left turn on Macedonia Church Road. She had six-year-old Casper White as a passenger. Gary Lloyd Howell,See Collision On Page 3A See Click It Or Ticket On Page 3A See License On Page 3ATruck Flips/ Rolls OverBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.AMadison County resident was traveling north on US 221, in Greenville, on Saturday, May 24 at 5:50 a.m., when he failed to negotiate a curve. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, John L. McDonald, 55, entered the east shoulder and continued traveling northeast on the shoulder. The right side of the 1997 Ford Ranger struck a tree. The vehicle continued and struck a second tree with the right side of the vehicle. The vehicle began rotating clockwise and simultaneously rolled over. The vehicle came to a nal rest on its roof. There were no injuries reported. The Florida Highway Patrol charged McDonald with careless driving and not wearing a seatbelt. Timothy McCray Becky’s Dance Steps Recital Inside!See Page 8-9A Eric Hammond See DUI On Page 3A

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National Security Agroup of modern day explorers believe they have found the wreckage of the Planter buried in sand off the South Carolina coast. The Planter was a historic Civil War-era gunboat steamer that was lost in a storm in 1876. The thing that makes the discovery of the wreck so interesting is the events surrounding the vessel during that destructive war a decade previously. In May of 1862, the CSS Planter was anchored in Charleston. A 23-year-old slave named Robert Smalls was the pilot for the ship. Three Confederate Naval ofcers and seven other slaves made up the crew. The white men decided they would go ashore for a night of revelry. That left Smalls in charge. The Black sailors had devised a plan to sail their ship to a dock, pick up their families and others who decided to escape, and slip past ve Confederate forts toward the Union blockade and freedom. Robert Smalls was their leader. With luck and brilliant seamanship, everyone made it to safety. Smalls was a remarkable young man. Born a slave in Beaufort, South Carolina, he loved the waterfront and learned the craft of navigating the waterways of the Low Country. To be given the job of piloting a ship at so young an age is testimony to his skill, knowledge and natural leadership. Apparently, he hated his life as a slave so much that he was able to hatch a plan to escape bondage at considerable risk. He accomplished this feat on the night of May 13, 1862, leading his young family and others to freedom. His feat was touted by the Union and he was given additional responsibility as the war progressed. His knowledge as boat captain and Confederate naval codes placed him in a unique position to aid the cause he believed in. When the war ended in 1865, Robert Smalls accomplishments were just beginning. In a long and productive career that didn't end until his death in 1915, he served as a legislator, congressman, and customs inspector. Interestingly, he was a dedicated Republican, crediting the party for their unwavering support for the cause of universal freedom. He was also magnanimous to a fault he purchased the home he had grown up in and then offered a room to the widow of his former owner. What was it that drove Smalls and others at great peril to escape bondage and seek freedom? In the years leading up to the American Civil War, so many African-American slaves escaped their shackles and sought freedom. A spiritual from that era says that the "Jordan River is chilly and wide." Having renewed my baptismal vows in that river two years ago, I will attest that it is neither chilly nor wide, but I bet the Ohio River seemed that way to so many enslaved people a century and a half ago. Did the hazardous crossing of rivers like the Ohio represent rebirth like baptism to former slaves? Chattel slavery was a horrible institution. It was not only morally bankrupt, but economically as well. The Jim Crow' laws which followed it weren't much better. But those institutions are behind us now, thankfully. We dishonor the memory of so many sacrices of old when politicians conjure up modern day racism for their own gain and purpose. The abolition of slavery was a mission deeply rooted in Christian belief and service. As the renowned Olaudoa Equiano, a key gure in England's abolition of the slave trade, so eloquently put it, "How can I be a child of God when I belong to another man?" How indeed? Last Tuesday, I was honored to attend a ceremony at Madison's monument for the African-Americans whose labor built our community. Former Chamber of Commerce director Howell Waring led the drive to build this important monument in 1996. I'm told that no other such monument exists in our nation. May 20this an important day, recognizing when in 1865, General Edward McCook took command in the Florida capital and read the Emancipation Proclamation, legally freeing our state's remaining Black slaves. In our ceremony, the late Wilma Dickey was honored for her nursing service to every Madison resident for decades, regardless of their race. Having been a prisoner of the Japanese in the Philippines for three years, she perhaps understood the importance of freedom and human dignity more than any of us.Memorial Day came and went this past Monday. With it came many family gatherings, cook-outs, beach trips, a day outside, or just another day at work (depending on what your job is). But I do wonder how many people keep in the back of their mind WHY we have a national holiday, such as Memorial Day. Memorial Day often just means a holiday to many people; a day to get off work, play and have fun. So many people forget the holiday is in honor of our U.S. soldiers who have died while in the military service. "America: The Land Of The Free" Freedom doesn't come free; our soldiers paid/are paying that price for us. Memorial Day is a special day, set aside, for all of us to honor all our fallen heroes, in all branches of our U.S. military. I heard one person say that it is important to celebrate Memorial Day, year after year, because it is important to remember; to never forget.' So, I end this column with a big "Thank You" to all of our veterans, and to the men and women who are currently serving in our military. If it were not for the wars of "yesteryear" and the soldiers who fought in them, we would not have the freedoms we take for granted today. Furthermore, if it were not for our current military men and women, we would not be able to continue to enjoy these same freedoms. Life is short be respectful to one another, and teach your children to be respectful also. God, Country, Family: Our Three Great Loyalties. Until then...I'll see you around the town.When thinking of trends, we normally think of fashion and design, but trends in food have become very popular in today's culture. There are food channels on TV, food celebrities and food magazines. We can search the Internet to learn about food or nd recipes, not only in our own country, but from other countries as well. Restaurants are known to create and follow food trends in order to please their customers expanding palettes, including fast food; as can be noted by the increase of healthy and "gourmet" additions at popular drive-thru establishments found on every corner in town. Grocery stores are denitely up-to-date on food products for their shoppers, and strive to stay on top of food trends. One of the latest trends I have seen in stores is the rise of cheese, made with the addition of yogurt. It came on the heels of Greek yogurt, that increased yogurt sales and directly lead to the new trend. Health conscious shoppers embraced Greek yogurt, as it has more protein, fewer carbs, and is creamier and richer than the traditional American yogurt. With this popularity, manufacturers went one step further giving us cream cheese infused with yogurt, creating a versatile cheese product that has the avorful tang of yogurt, along with its healthier benets. I thought of all this when shopping in my small town grocery store and was unable to nd the fresh goat cheese I was craving. My solution was going to the yogurt section of the store, where I could select an organic yogurt to take home and make my own tangy, fresh cheese. Yogurt cheese, also sometimes referred to as labneh, is very simple to make, and the result is delicious. Labneh is the middle-eastern name for yogurt cheese and has been part of Mediterranean cooking and eating since ancient times. All you need to make this ancient cheese is the yogurt of your choice and some cheesecloth to strain it through, and time. When the cheese is ready, you have a base product that you can make savory or sweet, depending upon what you need. It makes great dips and spreads, can be used as a topping in place of sour cream or crme fraiche, and even makes a wonderful cheesecake. In fact, you can use it as a substitute in any recipe that calls for cream cheese, ricotta or mascarpone with great results. To avor the cheese, addins could be honey, jam, onion, garlic, dill, cilantro, nuts, etc. Unless I'm baking or cooking, my personal favorite however is plain, spread on fresh crusty bread, and depending on the mood; salt and olive oil or honey. When I make yogurt cheese, I use about 24 ounces of plain yogurt and place it in my strainer that has been lined with several layers of cheesecloth. My strainer has "arms" which allows me to sit it over a large bowl to drain. I allow this to sit overnight in the refrigerator and in the morning, with about 1 cups of whey drained from the yogurt, I have about eight ounces of cheese, the perfect amount for recipes. What to do with the liquid whey? Although I have never been able to drink it "as is", the whey is purported to have health benets. I can't endorse it, but a quick search found posts saying they have used it in bread baking and cooking with good results. A lot of people will put it in their pet's food. I have tried this in the past, but unfortunately my dogs didn't like the taste of straight whey any better than I did. Two ancient Italian proverbs from Florence could make me reconsider though as they say, "If you want to live a healthy and active life, drink whey" and "If everyone was raised on whey, doctors would be bankrupt." What ever you decide to do with the liquid you drain from the yogurt, please do try making this cheese yourself. It's easy, versatile and healthy, takes little preparation and allows you to have fresh cheese at a low cost; what's not to love?www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 2A € Madison County CarrierVIEWPOINTS& OPINIONS Emerald Greene Publisher Joe Boyles Guest ColumnistSearching For Ambrosia Emerald's Gem Box Rose KleinColumnistTrendy Yogurt Cheese Has Ancient OriginsThe PlanterRespect For God, Country And Man

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World NewsBy Rose Kleinwww.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28 2014Madison County Carrier € 3A FROMPAGEONE 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 Kinsley Classified 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) Woman Forces Three-Year-Old To Eat PoopIn Tempe, Ariz., a 27-year-old woman was arrested on child abuse charges after she allegedly forced her boyfriend’s threeyear-old daughter to eat her own feces as punishment for defecating in the bathtub. Nicole Candelaria was booked into Tempe City Jail after allegedly holding down the young girl and forcing her to eat her own poop and then put soap in her mouth. Candelaria, who was also in charge of the girl’s siblings, has denied the charges, but the three-yearold and ve-year-old siblings have corroborated with their sister’s stories. During an examination, “bruising was observed on the girl’s chest, back, sides and legs.”Man Forces Five-Year-Old To Smoke MarijuanaIn Fairview, Ore., a 26-year-old man is facing assault and criminal mistreatment charges after allegedly beating his girlfriend’s veyear-old daughter and forcing her to smoke marijuana. Marquise HarrisHill was arrested and booked into Multnomah County Jail after police responded to the girlfriend’s apartment and found the veyear-old wearing only underwear and standing in the corner. The young girl’s head was shaved and she had bruises and welts covering her body. HarrisHill admitted he “whipped the child at the direction of the mother” with a heavy belt “with metal protrusions.” The girl’s mother has not been charged and the girl was placed in foster care.Mom’s Drunken Party Almost Keeps Son From SchoolIn Martin County, Fla., 32-year-old Shandra Mickel was arrested on a domestic battery charge after allegedly keeping her 15-year-old son awake all night with a drunken party and then becoming physically abusive with him. According to the 15-yearold, his mom and stepfather kept him awake all night with loud music and after he got in the shower, the two adults began banging on the door and yelling, “Get the [expletive] out of the shower.” After the argument became physical, a neighbor conrmed to police the “son was not the aggressor.” While ofcers interviewed Mickel, she appeared to be under the inuence of an unknown substance and kept nodding off. She was booked while deputies took her son to school. County residents who need to apply for a drivers license, renew a license, or make an address or name change, have to travel to DMV ofces in surrounding counties. Or wait for the Florida Licensing On Wheels (F.L.O.W.) Mobile to make periodic stops here in Madison, where it usually spends a few hours in the Winn Dixie parking lot, providing all the same services a brick-andmortar ofce would. Tuten told the County Commissioners that she has been talking to the DMV for quite some time about the possibility of opening up a drivers license service area within the tax collectors ofce in the Courthouse Annex, and charging a small fee. DMV representatives visited the tax collector's ofce to look everything over, and said that the space would need to be renovated to provide extra security. The new service would be issuing regular drivers licenses only; it would not handle driving tests, CDLs (commercial drivers licenses) or medical drivers licenses, but it would be a service that the residents of Madison currently do not have. The state would cover the cost of the new equipment needed, but the county would have to pay for the renovations. Will Rutherford had looked at the site and given Tuten an estimate of $50,000 to $60,000 for the kind of renovations DMV requires. County Coordinator Allen Cherry said that the county would have to bid out the project. Tuten said she could get some bids by June 1, and if the county approved and the work went smoothly, the new service could be up and running by Oct. 1. License Cont. From Page 1A Click It Or Ticket Cont. From Page 1A Over the last five years, the annual campaign has resulted in over three million seatbelt citations. Get in the habit of wearing a seatbelt— avoiding a citation saves time and money and could save your life. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which backs the campaign each year reports: if all passenger vehicle occupants age five and older had worn seatbelts, an additional 3,031 lives would have been saved in 2012. It goes on to give the shocking comparison that this number represents almost twice the number of lives lost when the Titanic sunk. So until June 1 and beyond, be safe—Click It or Ticket. Collision Cont. From Page 1A26, of Lake Park, Ga. was driving a semi eastbound on Hwy. 90, when he did not see Johnson in time to stop. He locked the brakes up and skidded for 320 feet on the pavement portion of Hwy. 90. During the skid, Howell attempted to avoid Johnson by traveling in the westbound lane. Johnson had already started to turn left onto Macedonia Church Road. Howell’s left front collided with Johnson’s driver’s side. Howell began to push Johnson sideways traveling off the pavement and into the north ditch of Hwy. 90. While traveling through the ditch, the vehicles separated. The semi traveled northeasterly colliding with a culvert and reective post and then collided with a second culvert and crossed a driveway. Howell came to a rest in the front lawn of property at the corner of Hwy. 90 and Macedonia Church Road. Johnson made a controlled stop in the same front lawn as Howell. Johnson was the only one to report injuries and she sustained minor injuries. Vehicle Hit Cont. From Page 1Athen south onto SE Twin Oak Terrace while maintaining a high rate of speed. The deputy activated his blue lights and emergency siren and began pursuit. McCray turned west onto SE Byrd Avenue and continued to flee south. McCray ran through the stop sign at the intersection of SE Bunker Street and SE Byrd Avenue continuing to flee south. A second MCSO deputy joined the pursuit on SE Byrd Avenue. Once McCray reached the intersection of SE Byrd Avenue and SE Old County Camp Road he attempted to turn East but was traveling too fast causing him to slide through the intersection and crash into a chain link fence. McCray backed off of the fence and attempted to travel back north on SE Byrd Avenue however both deputies had reached the intersection and were stopped. McCray attempted to drive around the lead deputy in the ditch and then intentionally rammed the second deputy’s patrol vehicle head on. The Nissan was disabled and deputies took McCray into custody. Neither the deputy nor McCray were injured. The Nissan was considered to be totaled while the patrol vehicle only received minor damage. The grill guard on the patrol vehicle absorbed most of the impact. The Florida Highway Patrol was notified and worked the traffic crashes involving the building, fence and patrol vehicle. McCray was charged with aggravated flee or attempting to elude a police officer, aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon, driving while drivers license suspended, criminal mischief, attached tag not assigned, altered tag decal, no vehicle registration and unlawful speed. DUI Cont. From Page 1Ainto the Madison County Jail. Hammond was charged with D.U.I. resulting in Death. The investigation continues by the Florida Highway Patrol. Hammond’s bail was set at $100,000 and he bonded out of the Madison County Jail on May 22.

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.At the May town council meeting, Greenville Mayor Kovacherich Arnold proposed that the council assist the local Boys & Girls Club with travel expenses to Madison, Ga. “Now that (a Boys & Girls Club) has nally come here, it has been benecial to the youth and the community,” he said. Among other things, the organization has implemented a drumline band and a basketball program for the kids. The basketball team that came together has done well, winning games against local school teams, and the drumline band has done well also, giving several performances around the area. As a result, the Greenville Boys & Girls Club had been invited to travel to Madison, Ga. (east of Atlanta and north of Macon), for a basketball game and a performance of their drumline band. The trip is a one-day event, Saturday, June 7, leaving early in the morning and returning that evening. The club members have been working hard to raise funds for the trip, giving performances in Perry and elsewhere, but have fallen short of the amount they need to pay the charter bus expense. Another council member asked about the possibility of getting a school bus instead, but learned that the cost of getting a bus outside of school hours, paying for the driver and paying for the fuel would be even more expensive. The company providing the charter bus had cut their price signicantly to help the club out. The council voted to contribute $200 toward the trip’s expenses. Other individuals or organizations who would like to contribute should contact Talinda Mitchell, (850) 295-4075. Mitchell is the area director for the four Boys & Girls Clubs in Madison County: the ones at Greenville, Lee and Pinetta Elementary School, and the one at Madison Central School. Let her know whether you want to donate to the Boys & Girls Club organization as a whole, to a particular club at a particular school, to a specic program like the art program or the education program, or to a specic project like the Greenville Boys and Girls Club trip to Madison, Ga. She will give you all the information you need to earmark your donation and make sure it goes where you want it to go. Greenville Recreation Department director J.A. Lane, who also spoke at the Greenville Town Council meeting, said he hopes that in the near future he can partner with the Greenville Boys & Girls Club to get a baseball and football league going for the kids. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 4A € Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Community CalendarMay 31 The Madison County High School Boys’ Basketball team will be hosting a carwash on Saturday, May 31 at the Madison County Community Bank from 8 a.m. until noon. The money raised will be used for camp the players will attend this summer. Fees associated with the camp include camp cost, travel, lodging and food. This is the rst of a variety of fundraisers the team will host this summer. May 31 Pinetta Elementary School will be holding a talent show and silent auction in their gym, Saturday, May 31 at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1 p.m. to browse auction items that will include class art projects, themed baskets (spa, beach, sports, etc.) and more. Concessions of sodas, cotton candy, popcorn and pickles will be for sale. Everyone is invited to attend. July 26 The MCHS Cowboy’s Football Golf Shootout will be held Saturday, July 26, at Madison Golf and Country Club, starting at 8 a.m. Entry fees are $200 per group or $50 per player and includes green and cart fees and lunch; fees are due by July 23. For more information or questions, contact Coach Ben White at (904) 290-0413, (850) 9735779 or ben.white@madisonmail.us 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. David Quincy ThomasDavid Quincy Thomas, 94, died Wednesday, May 21, at Madison County Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 24, at 11 a.m. at Beggs Funeral Home with burial at Midway Baptist Church Cemetery. Visitation was Friday, May 23 from 5 – 7 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home Madison Chapel. He was born in Madison County, where he lived all his life to the parents of Henry Jefferson and Genie Malone Thomas. He worked as a Shade Tobacco grower, at the Madison County Road Dept., and at Madison Machine Shop. He loved gardening and was a member of Midway Church of God. He is survived by one son: Roy Wade Thomas (Cheryell) of Madison; one daughter: Vonnie Lee Davis (Wally) of Madison; ve grandchildren: Gina Davis, Dina Davis of Tallahassee, Debra Kay Thomas of Tampa, Wade Thomas and Missy Bowen; two great grandchildren: Patrick and Alexis Bowen. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website at www.beggsfuneral.com.Estelle Colvin BassEstelle Colvin Bass, 87, passed away on Friday, May 23, in Tallahassee. Funeral Services will be Wednesday, May 28 at 11 a.m. at the Madison Church of God. Burial will follow at San Pedro Cemetery in Madison County. The family received friends on Tuesday, May 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home in Madison. She was born on November 28, 1926, in Lee, the daughter of the late Thomas Colvin and Rachel Lemons Colvin. She lived all her life in Madison County. She was a homemaker and the wife of a farmer, who was no stranger to hard work. She was a devout Christian and a member of the Madison Church of God. Her Christian influence was felt by all who knew and loved her. She is survived by her husband of 70 years, Marvin Eskil Bass of Madison; five sons: Prentiss Bass, Buster Bass and wife Debbie, Billy Joe Bass and wife Linda, Daniel Bass and wife Debra and Dean Bass, all of Madison; and one daughter, Kay McCarley and husband Benton of Madison. She has 15 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. She is also survived by many other relatives and a host of friends. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website www.beggsfuneral.com. CALL ME TODAY.Invest in your dreams. 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He is survived by two sons: Charles Allen Odom of Crawfordville and Ricky Donald Odom of Lee; two brothers: Sammy Odom of Adel, Ga., and Willie Odom of Madison; one sister: Lila L. Webb of Madison; nine grandchildren and ve great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his rst wife: Loyett Harrison Odom and his second wife, Beverly Smith Odom; one son: Jimmy Dale Odom; four brothers: Walt, James, Leonard and Hollis; and two sisters: Agnes and Mary Jane, and his parents Randle and Mary Ellen Odom Beggs Funeral Homes is in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting our website at www.beggsfuneral.com Greenville To Help Its Boys & Girls Club With Travel Expenses of the PicturesPast State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, http://oridamemory.com/items/show/132679Florida Manufacturing Company machinery Madison, Florida MCHS Boys’ Basketball Team To Host Carwash By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Madison County High School Boys’ Basketball team will be hosting a carwash on Saturday, May 31st at the Madison County Community Bank from 8 a.m. until noon. The money raised will be used for the camp the players will attend this summer. Fees associated with the camp include camp cost, travel, lodging and food. This is the rst of a variety of fundraisers the team will host this summer. It Pays To AdvertiseAnd there's no better place than the newspaper. Call one of our representatives today. Sam Smith or Sherry Swift can help you on the way to a great advertising plan. 555-12341400 N. Main St. And there’s no better place than the newspaper. Call one of our representatives today. They can help you on the way to a great advertising plan. 973-4141(Fax) 973-4121P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL

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By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Erica Carmichael started at the Madison County Post Office on March 8 of this year. She also serves as the administrator of the Pinetta Post Office. She was born in Camilla, Ga. and now lives in Valdosta, Ga. where she is planning to remain for the time being because her daughter is still in high school. Carmichael says that despite having to get up early, she enjoys the beautiful drive to work. As the new postmaster, Carmichael has one main goal. “I really want to get out into the community and let the businesses and the community know what the postal service has available to them,” said Carmichael. Among the available postal services, she wants the community to know about Priority Mail shipping and the Every Door Direct Mail, where businesses can have carriers put advertisements in every mailbox. Carmichael became involved with the postal service in 1990 when she was attending Valdosta State College. The post office had a summer program, where they hired college students in a noncareer position in order to help them with their tuition. In 2001, she had the opportunity to take the postal exam and was able to come on as a career employee. She was a supervisor in Valdosta and then became a postmaster. She loves Madison and the community that has been so welcoming to her. “Everyone that I have met has been so nice and friendly and welcoming and I really appreciate that.” Charmichael is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the members of the local chapter met with her to welcome her to Madison. The members of the Treasures of Madison County have also welcomed her. Her favorite book is the Bible which she spends a lot of time reading. Her favorite song is “This Is My Season,” by William Murphy. Her favorite quote is, “All are within my power but I will not put myself under the power of anyone of all things,” by Lightfoot. Her daughter plays basketball, so they enjoy time together by watching basketball games. Carmichael does not have a favorite team; she roots for whichever team her daughter is rooting for. Carmichael’s hero is her mother. “She’s been very instrumental in my life,” said Carmichael. “I really look up to her. She’s helped me out so much. Whenever I need someone to talk to she always gives positive advice.” Carmichael describes herself as a positive, fair and outgoing person. Next time you are in the Madison County Post Office, say hello to the new postmaster, Erica Carmichael.We regret that we inadvertently left off several names of local Madison County Sheriff Deputies, last week in our National Police Week spotlight. Here is the list in its entirety: MCSO Deputy Sheriffs Sheriff Ben Stewart Chief Deputy Epp, Richardson Captain David Harper Law Enforcement Bureau Captain Walter R. Smith Chief Jail Administrator Captain Mark Joost Evidence-Training Lieutenant William Sircy Investigations Lieutenant Randy Jansch Patrol Lieutenant Latricia Davis Corrections/Classications Lieutenant Kathrine West Corrections/Security Sergeant Maurice Alexander SRO Corporal Kevin Anderson Patrol/Canine Sergeant Christopher Andrews Investigations Sergeant Bobby Boatwright Investigations/Canine Shelia Combs Victim Advocate Nancy H Curl Administrative Assistant/Finance-HR Deputy John Deming Civil/Court Services Sergeant Esther DeMotsis Investigations Sergeant Arthur Deno Patrol Deputy Tracy Dowdy Patrol Deputy David Eastabrooks Patrol Corporal Josh Harris SRO Sergeant Bill Hart Civil/Court Services Sergeant Doug Haskell Investigations Deputy David Jarvis Part-time Deputy /Court Services Sergeant Brad Johnson Patrol Deputy Michael Keith Kirkland Patrol Sergeant Richard Klein Investigations Deputy Joseph Knight Patrol Corporal Jarrod Lauth Patrol/Canine Deputy Odell Livingston Patrol Sergeant Maurice, Michael Patrol Deputy Edwin McMullen Patrol Corporal David Myers Patrol Deputy Chris O’Brian Patrol/Canine Corporal Kevin Odom Patrol Sergeant Dennis Pitts Patrol Deputy Eugene Pride Part-time Deputy/Court Services Sgt. Sharon Shadrick Investigations Corporal Kevin Stout Patrol Sue Tuten Administrative Assistant/Civil Tammy Webb Administrative Assistant/Warrant/Records Corporal Alan Whigham Civil/Court Services Deputy Jason Whiteld – Trafc MCSO Correctional Division Corporal Nichola Alexander Corrections Bridget Brown Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Robert Buchanan Jr. Maintenance-Purchasing Corporal Jenine Clay Corrections Jeremy Deming Correctional Ofcer Alisa Fitzgerald Correctional Ofcer Andrew Shane Gilbert LPN/Corrections/Medical Corporal Jessie Goss Corrections Sergeant Debbie Graham Corrections Annette Johnson Correctional Ofcer Justin Kinsey Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Pamela Knight Corrections/Administration Corporal Frederick J. Korey Corrections Lilly L Korey Inmate Food Transport Beatrice Livingston Correctional Ofcer Brian McIntosh Correctional Ofcer Roy Miller Correctional Ofcer Lillie Mobley Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Bradley Pickels Corrections Sonny Pridgeon Correctional Ofcer Krystal Robinson Correctional Ofcer Matthew Settles Correctional Ofcer Sergeant Jimmy Smith Corrections Sergeant Kay Stephenson Corrections Corporal Morris Washington Corrections/Inmate Transportation MCSO Communications Center Terry L. Lenz Chief Communications Ofcer Brian Bish Communications Ofcer Wade Deyerle Communications Ofcer Sarah Leigh McGraw Communications Ofcer Jessie Prince Communications Ofcer Magan McCarthy Communications Ofcer Allen Shadrick Communications Ofcer Carol Taylor Communications Ofcer Barbara Thrift Communications Ofcer Michelle Pulliam Communications Ofcer Kimberly H. 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Submitted by Russell WilliamsMadison County Emergency Management held their 2ndPreparedness Expo on Tuesday, May 20 at the Van H. Priest Auditorium. Citizens were treated to ve experts in their elds. First to take the stage was Madison County Emergency Management Director Tom Cisco, to welcome all the attendees and thank everybody for taking this step to emergency preparedness. The rst speaker was Bryan Koon, Director of Florida Division of Emergency Management. Koon stated that the state is prepared to help in the event of an emergency but it is the responsibility of the citizens of the state to help prepare themselves and for the most part the citizens are doing their part. The second speaker to take the stage was Jeff Brewer, Tri-County Electric Engineering Director. He informed the guests about power restoration, generator safety and down power lines. The third speaker was Jeff Evans, from Tallahassee’s National Weather Service. Evan’s discussed the weather predications for this year’s hurricane season starting on June 1. “We are not out of the woods but being between two coasts, Gulf of Mexico 18 miles to the county line and the Atlantic Ocean being 120 miles, we could be in the middle of a strong storm someday,” said Evans. The fourth speaker was Salvation Army Sgt. George Blevins. Sgt. Blevins showed a video of the 9-11 disaster and what the role of the Salvation Army was and is today. His message was about volunteerism and asked the citizens for their help to sign up to volunteer. The last speaker was Butch Galbraith, from the Florida Forestry Service. He spoke of the importance of keeping debris away from your home and prevention of forest res. The attendees also enjoyed exhibits from Tri-County Electric, Florida Baptist Convention Disaster Relief, Duke Energy, National Weather Service, Florida Forestry Service, Ham Radio Operators, Madison Emergency Services, Madison County Sheriff Department, Madison County Emergency Management, National Flood Insurance and Florida Department and Salvation Army. By Rose KleinGreene Publishing, Inc.The Boyz to Kings organization, started by Merv Mattair, is a mentor program for young men that provide positive role models, teaching boys leadership skills and helping them to build solid relationships with their families. These young men are guided by the organization’s 12 principles, established to teach accountability and respect, to themselves as well as others. Ability 1stis an organization that helps individuals with physical disabilities get the resources they need in order to live independently. The organization is versatile in their assistance, offering support groups, education, medical supplies and medical equipment loans and constructs ramps for those in wheelchairs. The two organizations partnered together last month to build Madison resident Sandra McClellan a muchneeded ramp. McClellan has been mostly home bound after she was badly burned from a re in her home last year. The 47-year-old said she fell asleep smoking and woke up with ames on her body. Her husband Robert was home, but outside at the time the re started. By the time he reached McClellan, she was already badly burned. The burns kept her in the hospital last year for six months and caused her to need nine surgeries. After leaving the hospital, she went to a rehabilitation center for four months before being able to go back to her home. When asked about last year’s experience she said, “As long as I’m living, I’m not worried.” The ramp for the McClellan’s is the fourth ramp the two organizations have partnered together on. Both organization leaders, Merv Mattair with Boyz to Kings and Kevin Ogden with Ability 1stmet at a Shared Services meeting, where groups meet to discuss the betterment of Madison County, and four ramps later, the two groups plan on building more ramps together in the future. For more information on Boyz to Kings, visit www.kingsqueens.org For more information on Ability 1st and their services, visit www.ability1st.info or call (850) 575-9621 or (850) 576-5245 (TDD/TTY). www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 6A € Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Boyz To Kings And Ability 1st Help Build A Community Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 27, 2014Sandra McClellan and her husband Robert received a much needed ramp from the partnership of Boyz to Kings and Ability 1st.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Rose Klein, April 27, 2014The Boyz to Kings group works with a representative of Ability 1stto provide a ramp for the McClellans. Madison Holds 2nd Preparedness ExpoPhoto SubmittedFlorida State Emergency Management Director Bryan Koon speaks at the second annual preparedness expo Tuesday Night at the Van H. Priest auditorium.Photo SubmittedPat Lightcap and other ham radio operators talk to attendees about the importance of ham radio operators at the expo.Photo SubmittedAttendees were given a chance to talk to and see “rst hand some of the exhibitors at the expo.Photo SubmittedSgt. George Blevins of the Salvation Army spoke to the citizens who attended the second Emergency Preparedness expo on Tuesday night.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014Madison County Carrier € 7A We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. The citys water is secured from three wells located around the City. Your water is drawn from the prestigious Floridan Aquifer and is chlorinated for disinfection purposes then fluoridated for dental health purposes; a sequestering agent is also added for the purpose of corrosion control. If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Mr. Johnny Webb, Water Superintendent for the City of Madison at (850) 9735081. If you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, 321 SW. Rutledge St., Madison, FL. The City of Madison routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2013. Data obtained before January 1, 2013, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations. The Department of Environmental Protection has performed a Source Water Assessment on our system in 2013. These assessments were conducted to provide information about any potential sources of contamination in the vicinity of our wells. One (1) potential source of contamination was identified with low susceptibility to city wells. The assessment results are available on the FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website athttp://www.dep.state.fl.us /swapp Thank you for allowing us to continue providing your family with clean, quality water this year. In order to maintain a safe and dependable water supply we sometimes need to make improvements that will benefit all of our customers. These improvements are sometimes reflected as rate structure adjustments. Thank you for understanding. The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity. Contaminants that may be present in source water include: (A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife. (B)Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming. (C)Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses. (D)Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are byproducts of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems. (E)Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the USEPA prescribes regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health. If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from components associated with service lines and home plumbing. Madison Water Department is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking and cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline 0r at http:// www.epa.gov/safewater/l ead.All drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agencys Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-4264791. Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791). In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided the following definitions: Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology. Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety. Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants. Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs to not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants. Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant that, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow. Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/l) … one part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water sample. Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (g/l) … one part by weight of analyte to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample. Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) measure of the radioactivity in water. The state allows us to monitor for some contaminants less than once per year because the concentration of these contaminants does not change frequently. Some of our data, though representative, are more than one year old. City of Madison, Florida 2013 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 8A € Madison County Carrier BECKYSDANCESTEPSRECITAL Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The kick line in the tap dance "I'm Gonna' Wash That Man Right Outta' My Hair,Ž performed by the senior girls, was an audience pleaser. Shown left to right are: Pazlei Jenkins, Erin Jarvis, Sara Ashley, Erin Barrs, Amelia Blanton, Stephanie English, Tessa Andrews, Danielle Leslein, Summe r Langell, Celina Quintana, Brittany Edwards and April Bishop. Not seen: Elainie Jarvis and Magan Jennings. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014A tap dance performed by the junior students called, Sea CruiseŽ is shown in a group formation. Front row, left to right are: Riley Smith, Mishel Cruz, Hannah Kervin, Shaniyah Livingston and Sarah Mabardy. Shown in the back row, left to right are: Abbie Reeves, Tamiyah Gallon, Angelina Quintana, Kersten Malone, Caitlyn Akins, Kyla Webb, Kennedy Cobb, Katerria Johnson, Madison Spicer and Shelby Shipley. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014Sara Ashley and Pazlei Jenkins performed a Pointe dance to a medley from "The Phantom of the Opera." Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The adorable three year olds in "Body Rock" during the 1 p.m., performance are shown front row, left to right: Libbie Akers, Lynzee Douglas and Summer McLeod. Pictured in the back row, left to right are: Ava Baker, Ashlynne Hendrix and Emmy McCarley. Not seen: Larrie Cherry, Magan Bass, Ryleigh Bass and Gracelyn Phillips. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014"Playing the piano" in "Sea Cruise" are left to right: Riley Smith and Tamiyah Gallon. Photo SubmittedThe “nal pose of "Hope,Ž a beautiful lyrical dance choreographed for the dancers by Scott Benson, an instructor/choreographer at Becky's Dance Steps Studio, shows the dancers from left to right: Brittany Edwards, Sara Ashley, Summer Langell, Erin Barrs, Amelia Blanton and Tessa Andrews. Standing on top is Pazlei Jenkins. This dance was also a competition dance for the 2013 2014 season. Photo SubmittedThe dancers did a wonderful job on their lyrical dance to A Thousand Years.ŽBecky’s Dance Steps Studio in Madison held their 38thAnnual Recital, “Just Dance,” Saturday, May 17 at the Van H. Priest Auditorium. The two shows, one at 1 p.m., and the other at 7 p.m., were variety shows that featured ballet, tap, jazz, pointe and hip hop with performers ranging in age from three to 25 years.Becky's Dance Steps Studio Presents 38th Annual Recital "Just Dance" Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014This group of girls were all smiles during the dance recital that was held on Saturday, May 17.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014Madison County Carrier € 9A BECKYSDANCESTEPSRECITAL Photo SubmittedThe “nal pose of the opening number "Kiss You" featured front row, left to right: Sara Ashley, Elainie Jarvis, April Bishop, Ma gan Jennings, Pazlei Jenkins, Stephanie English and Summer Langell. Shown in the middle row, left to right are: Erin Jarvis, Erin Barrs and Celina Quintana. Posing in the back row, left to right are: Tessa Andrews, Amelia Blanton, Danielle Leslein and Brittany Edwards. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The opening number choreographed by Scott Benson, Kiss Me,Ž featured 58 dancers. The youngest group featured in the dance at the opening of the curtain were Caroline Wynn, Sydney Braswell, Allie Wilkerson, Calli Knight, Shaniyah Livingston, Emma Grace Newman, Madison Christ and Kaitlyn Hutchinson. Not seen in the back row: Regan Crosby and Riley Niquette. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The “nal pose of "A You're Adorable" shows the dancers from left to right: Sarah Beth Rutherford, Jadyn Russell, Olivia Tharp e, Emma Rogers, Megan Smith and Camryn Bass. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014The “nal pose of a medley from "Phantom of the Opera" pictured front row, left to right: Pazlei Jenkins, Sara Ashley and Erin Jarvis. Shown in the back row, left to right are: Brittany Edwards, Summer Langell and Elainie Jarvis. Pictured in the back, middle is Amelia Blanton. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014"Scott's Kru,Ž choreographed by Scott Benson, was a mix of different songs. Shown here in the foreground are: Sarah Mabardy, Tamiyah Gallon, Riley Smith and Kyla Webb. Standing are: Reese Rutherford, Zabdiel Reyes and Aubrey Day. Standing on top is Celina Quintana. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014Zabdiel Reyes lifts Riley Smith during the opening number. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014"I'm a Star" was a dance performed by the four year olds on Saturday, May 17. Shown above are Ryder Adkinson and Emma Noe. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Cheltsie Kinsley, May 17, 2014Shown in the “nal pose of "The Body Rock" are Ava Baker and Ashlynne Hendrix.

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Story Submitted By Kelly UpholdThe Madison County Central School has two teachers who should be recognized as going above and beyond. Pre-K teachers, Mrs. LaWanda Jennings and Mrs. Amy Webb are two of the best teachers I have ever met and I would nominate them both for Teacher of the Year. April was National Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder that appears in the first three years of life and affects the brain’s development of social and communication skills. Currently, one in 68 children will be diagnosed. Awareness and acceptance was the goal of the “Light It Up Blue” campaign last month during Autism Awareness. Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Webb came together to show their support for children and families affected by autism. I would like to take this opportunity to thank both of these wonderful teachers and all of those in Madison County who have shown support. It means the world to those whose lives are touched by this disorder. Thank you so much! www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014 10A € Madison County Carrier SCHOOL Teachers Who Go Above And BeyondPhoto Submitted By Kelly UpholdMCCS Pre-K teachers and students show off their artwork for National Autism month. In the back row, standing left to right, are: Ms. Timesha Glee (paraprofessional), Mrs. LaWanda Jennings, Brianna Quintana, Kennedy Rogers, Myron Mobley, TaZoria McGee, KeDarrion James, Christopher Livingston, Mark Uphold, Kaylen Rogers, Mrs. Amy Webb and Mrs. Yvonne Milton (para-professional). In the middle row, kneeling left to right, are: Isaiah Young, Michael Clark, Gary Hills, Shytrinnity Jones, Jonah Adams, Dylan Cox, Abigail Hutcherson and Crickett Lee. In the front row, seated left to right, are: Dylan Shirley, Jermaine Monlyn, Rayshard Simmons, Daniel Haynes, Malakai Dietz, Mary Uphold and Armani Turner.Photo Submitted By Kelly UpholdMary Uphold, in her butter”y costume, is content to stay grounded as long as her teacher, LaWanda Jennings, can hold her.Photo Submitted By Kelly UpholdMark Uphold performed bee-utifully in his costume during the Wild About Learning Jitterbug Dance,Ž and slows down long enough to take a picture with his teacher, Amy Webb. Title : Madison Fire Rescue Firefighter Hometown: Madison, Fl. Why He Chose Firefighting: You get to help people and have fun.Ž Favorite Quote: Duty is doing it, pride is wearing it and tradition is living it.Ž Favorite Music: Country music. Favorite Movies: O Brother Where Art Thou?Ž and Sling Blade.Ž Favorite TV Show: The Walking Dead.Ž Hero: My parents.Ž Hobbies: Hunting and fishing. Family: Engaged to be married next May. Sum Yourself Up: Easy to get along with.Ž

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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 RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTED www.greenepublishing.com Classifieds . . . . . LEGALS 12A € Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 28, 2014 All Legals are posted on line at www.greenepublishing.com 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, pdCDL 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 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, cAutomation and Production Technology (APT) Instructor wanted at North Florida Community College, Madison FL. See www.nfcc.edu for details.5/21, 5/28, cDrivers, CDL-A: Home EVERY Weekend! ALL Loaded/Empty Miles Paid! Dedicated Southeast! Or Lease: No Money Down, No Credit Check. 1-888-880-5916.5/28, pdLP Driver Requirements: CDL License with Tanker and Hazmat Endorsement. Experience is a plus. Apply in person with resume at 208 West Screven St. Quitman, Ga. 31643.5/28, c May 285/28, 6/4 5/28, 6/4, 6/11, 6/18 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to SS 336.09 and 336.10, Florida Statutes, the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida hereby gives notice that at 9:00 a.m. during its regular meeting held June 11, 2014 at the Board of County Commissioners Room, Room No. 107, Madison County Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, the Board will hold a public hearing to consider vacating, abandoning, discontinuing and closing certain roads located in Northeast Madison County, Florida, more speci“cally described as follows: UNOPENED ALLEY: The entire 30 unopened alley that runs east and west from Yellow Pine Avenue to Jack Street between part of original Lot 31 and Lots 115116, as shown on the Yellow Pine Heights Subdivision Re-plat dated 1962, Public Records of Madison County, Florida. JACK STREET: The entire portion of Jack Street that runs northand south, from the unopened alley detailed above, to the south property line of origin al Lot 30, also known as, Parcel ID 4780-000000, and which lies between the original Lots 30 and 31 to the west and Parcel ID 4744-000-000 to the east, as shown on the Yellow Pine Heights Subdivision Re-plat dated 1962, Public Records of Madison County, Florida. YOU WILL PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such meeting he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Dated this 28th day of May, 2014. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA BY: Allen Cherry, County Coordinator. All interested parties may appear at this hearing and be heard regarding this matter.5/28

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 28, 2014Madison County Carrier € 13A HEALTHCould Polio Make A Comeback?By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc.In 1985, when the Rotary International launched its PolioPlus Project, the crippling, sometimes fatal disease was still rampant in 125 countries around the world. It had been eradicated in the United States for two or three decades by then, due to the breakthrough of Dr. Jonas Salk's vaccine and the campaign of childhood vaccinations that followed, and the mission of the PolioPlus Project was to take the vaccination program worldwide and eradicate the virus from the face of the earth (20 years later, April 12, 2005, marked the 50th anniversary of the Salk vaccine). A few years after the project was launched, Rotary International partnered with UNICEF and began working with other international agencies as well, including the World Health Organization. Stateside, the CDC has provided assistance, as has the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, pledging hundreds of millions in matching funds to purchase vaccines for children in countries where polio still threatened. Locally, the Rotary Club of Madison has been very active in fundraising with its Purple Pinkie Projects in local schools. School children who donate one dollar to the program have their pinkies dyed purple to mark their contribution to helping another child in another country live a life free of the fear of polio, just as in those countries where vaccination programs are ongoing, children have their pinkies dyed purple to show they have been vaccinated. After the project was launched in 1985, the number of polioendemic countries slowly decreased; one by one, in the countries where vaccine programs had been successful, health ofcials monitored lab results and eld reports for polio cases and outbreaks, and eventually certied a country "polio-free." In 2014, cases of polio had decreased 99 percent from 1985 levels, and polio remained endemic, a common disease with recurring epidemics, in only three countries: Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan. The prospect of being so close to total eradication has been an inspiration and encouragement to health ofcials, volunteers and fundraisers, but there was always a grain of caution in the knowledge that, as long as wild polio virus remained loose anywhere in the world, another outbreak, even a worldwide pandemic was a real possibility. It has been over half a century since the repeated polio epidemics in the rst half of the 1900s left children and sometimes adults in wheelchairs, braces, iron lungs, on crutches or even dead. It is something no one would like to see repeated anywhere. On May 5, 2014 the World Health Organization released an alarm on the spread of the polio virus. The disease had spread into three countries so far, and this occurred during what is typically the "low season" of transmission rates. At the very end of 2013, there were 417 cases of polio, or reports of the polio virus found in the environment in 10 countries worldwide, and 60 percent of those were linked to the international travel of adult carriers. Pakistan, Syria and Cameroon have been urged to put preventative measures in place, such as requiring proof of vaccination from all international travelers entering or leaving their borders, because of the ten countries with active cases polio, the evidence shows that these three have allowed the disease to cross their borders and cause new outbreaks in neighboring countries: from Pakistan to Afghanistan, from Syria to Iraq and from Cameroon to Equatorial Guinea. Syria, in particular, had not seen an active case of polio in 15 years. The 10 affected countries include: Afghanistan, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Iraq, Israel, Somalia and Nigeria, which have not allowed the virus to pass beyond their borders, along with Pakistan, Syria and Cameroon. In Israel, health ofcials have found no active cases of polio, but have discovered the polio virus in the stools of vaccinated children and in sewage samples. One main concern of the WHO is that further spread of the virus would endanger countries that are currently polio free, but coping with conict, wars, and other disruptions to their infrastructure and public health care delivery systems. The current situation with polio spreading during a low-transmission period are in "stark contrast" to a period from January 2012 through April 2013, when spread of the virus had all but stopped. Why hasn't polio gone away yet? The polio virus is part of the Picornaviridae family which also includes the rhinoviruses that cause the common cold and the enteroviruses, a group of RNA that are responsible for diseases and infections of the gastrointestinal tract and can spread to the central nervous system and other ares of the body. The enteroviruses include hepatitis C and polio. There are over 100 types of enteroviruses that can cause 10 to 15 millions different infections. Dr. Steven Oberste, chief of the Polio and Picornavirus Laboratory Branch of the CDC, notes that most people who become infected with an enterovirus do not get sick or have only mild symptoms including fever, runny nose, cough, skin rash and body aches. This is often the culprit for the "summer cold" in children and teens who have not yet developed immunities to these viruses. Cases typically peak in July, August and September. Other types of the enterovirus are more serious, resulting in hand, foot and mouth disease, viral meningitis, encephalitis, heart infections and even paralysis in some patients. The polio virus is in this more serious category. The wild poliovirus is highly infectious, but only one in 200 cases will result in paralysis, and of those, about ve to ten percent will result in death when breathing muscles become paralyzed. The virus lives in the intestinal tract and in the feces that pass out of the body. It travels through the fecal-oral route and can be spread through contact contaminated soil and water, or even contaminated food there's some evidence that ies can spread the infection from contamination in the environment to food, especially in regions with poor sanitation and hygiene. However, since most people who harbor the virus never get sick or have any symptoms, they may never be aware that they're infected. While the infection runs its course, even though they have no signs or symptoms of illness, they can still shed the virus in their stool for several weeks, or even several months. In area with poor sanitation, a single person can potentially infect hundreds of people unawares, before the rst case of serious polio appears in that area. Even immune children and adults who aren't infected can still be carriers, infecting other and contaminating sewage systems. People are most contagious from seven to ten days before they become ill and seven to ten day after, although they can continue to shed the virus for weeks or months through the stool. Of those infected, a small number of people will develop nonparalytic polio, or abortive poliomyelitus. They will have mild, u-like symptoms similar to many types of viruses, including a sore throat fever, vomiting and diarrhea. Most will recover in less than a week, and unless they receive a diagnosis from a health care provider, most will prob ably assume they had the u. Another ve to ten percent of infected people will develop non-paralytic aseptic meningitis, an infection of the outer covering of the brain. The illness will last from two to ten days and include: fever, headache vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, back pain or stiffness, neck pain or stiffness, pain or stiffness in the limbs and muscle spasms/tenderness. One percent of those infected will develop paralytic polio, the most serious type of polio. The virus attacks motor neurons that transmit signals from the brain to muscle, disrupting the signal path and resulting in paralysis. Depending on which neurons are attacked, the paralyzing effects can be worse on one side of the body that the other, conned to the lower extremities, or affect the breathing muscles. Most of the paralysis cannot be reversed, although some damaged neurons, depending on ow severely they are affects, can regenerate enough new branches know as axions to allow some mitigation of the paralysis and allow the patient to regain partial use. There is no cure for polio, only prevention through vaccines given in multiple doses that grant lifelong immunity. In the United States, who is at risk? Those who haven't been immunized against the disease Those traveling or who have traveled to an area where polio is endemic, or that has experienced a recent outbreak Living with or car ing for someone who may be shedding wild poliovirus Trauma to the mouth nose or throat such as dental surgery or tonsillectomy Extreme stress or physical activity after being exposed to the virus Call your doctor if: Your child hasn't complete a series of polio vaccinations Your child experi ences an allergic reaction after receiving a polio vaccination You had polio years ago and are now experiencing unexplained weakness and fatigue You're planning to travel to parts of the world where polio still occurs Polio had been beaten back and is now conned to a small handful of countries. Fortunately, here in the U.S. and many other countries, polio and its devastating effects are only a fading memory. But until the entire world is polio free, and the wild poliovirus is eradicated from the face of the planet, it is a safety that cannot be taken for granted. Polio is one of the most serious vaccine-preventable illnesses still occurring today, and as recent events have show, constant vigilance, hard work on the part of thousands and thousands of health care professionals, and funding for a continued program of worldwide vaccinations are a must in keeping the virus from spreading, and eventually, someday, eradicating it altogether so that no one else, especially no more children have to suffer its lifelong effects.

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The system of merit represents the great religions of the world. It represents much of Christianity. Many Churches in Christendom believe that we are saved by works, that a man foils his way into the Kingdom of Heaven, that he deserves Heaven as a reward after he has done certain things that he thinks are acceptable unto God. Certainly the great religions, like the Hindu, the Confucian, the Buddhist, are religions of works. A Hindu will keep his hand raised up toward Heaven until it becomes stiff, or he will lie on a bed of hot coals or spikes, or he will crawl on his knees from one city to a shrine miles away, seeking to deserve the pardon of God. This same kind of merit system is seen in the Christian faith as well. So much of Christianity is built around the doctrine of trying to deserve the favor of Heaven. A man is saved, says one preacher, by trusting in Jesus and by being baptized. Another preacher says a man is saved by trusting Jesus and doing all kinds of good works. Another says a man is saved by believing in Jesus and taking the Lord's Supper. Another says a man is saved by trusting in the Lord Jesus and becoming a member of the Church and by being obedient to all of the Commandments of the Church. The doctrine of merit is a reflection of human pride. The falsely proud, conceited man says: “I can do this assignment myself. I can merit Heaven myself. I can work out this problem of sin by myself, and when I am saved, it is because I have done it. Look at me. Here I am, walking golden streets, going through gates of pearl, mingling with the Saints Of God because I did good, I obeyed Commandments, I kept laws, and I did great things. Therefore, I am here in the Presence of God.” That is the religion of the flesh; that is the religion of human pride; and that was the religion of the scribe who, when he found this Passage in Revelation 22:14, changed the text from one of washing robes in the Blood of the Lamb, to one of doing Commandments. SIN Keeping Commandments, or at least us thinking that we keep them, can never cleanse one single sin. In fact, all the good things we might do, as helpful as they might be, as commendable as they might be, can never cleanse from sin. If one thinks about it just a moment, it becomes crystal clear that works cannot cleanse from sin. The idea behind a "works religion," is that we owe a debt, and the works that we perform pay that debt. Unfortunately, our thinking is way off. It's like trying to pay a one billion dollar debt with a few pennies. It simply cannot be done. Sin cannot be cleansed in that manner, and cannot be cleansed at all. While sin is definitely a debt, it is far more than a debt. It is a bondage, an enslavement, and it carries with it a power that must be addressed, which cannot be done merely by payment. For instance, all the money in the world cannot cure cancer or AIDS. You could stack one hundred dollar bills all over a person afflicted with these diseases, and it would do no good. You could, in fact, pay any amount of money, and the payment of such would have no effect on these diseases. For these diseases to be affected in a positive way, which means to be cured, there has to be a medicine which is stronger than the disease, which kills the germs which are causing the affliction. Money cannot do that, or any type of works for that matter. It is the same with sin! While it is definitely true that Jesus paid the price, the price that He paid made it possible 2B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Path of Faith Cal U Toda! Call us today to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and “nd out how a Premium Metal Roof will not only add incredible curb appeal to your project, but will also help you save BIG on your next energy bill! 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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014 € 3B Path of Faith not only for God to wipe the slate clean, in other words to erase the debt, but it also made it possible for the Holy Spirit to attack the very source of sin. That's why Paul said: "But if the Spirit of Him Who raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, He Who raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by His Spirit that dwelleth in you." (Rom.8:11) Sin is a spiritual problem, and has to be addressed by spiritual means, which is the Cross of Christ and the Holy Spirit. The cause of sin is a diseased, polluted, unregenerate, blasphemous, wicked, ungodly heart. I realize that most people do not like to think of themselves in that vein, but what I've said is correct. That can only be changed by Regeneration. And Regeneration can only be brought about by what Jesus did at the Cross, and our Faith in that Finished Work. The forgiveness and cleansing of sin lies strictly in the Mercy, goodness, love, compassion and forbearance of God. All the Burnt Offerings in the world and all the Commandments that a man could keep could never suffice to blot out the stain of sin in his soul. MARTIN LUTHER The great Protestant Reformation came about over this very thing, this doctrinal difference. There was a monk by the name of Martin Luther, who in Rome attended the services of St. John Lateran's Church. In front of the Church of St. John Lateran is a building, housing what is called "Scala Santa," the Holy Stairs. It is supposed to be the same set of stairs which the Lord Jesus walked up into the judgment hall of Pontius Pilate. On the stairway are supposed to be the blood drops of the Lord Jesus. In order to preserve the stairs and the blood drops, the stairs are covered with wood with little glass holes to exhibit the blood drops. As people climb the stairway on their knees, they kiss those little glass holes where the blood drops of Jesus are supposed to be. This is supposed to merit them something as it regards Salvation, etc. So the people, in order to achieve Salvation, or whatever it is they desire, climb up those steps, hour after hour, trying to work their way into the Kingdom of God by penance. Martin Luther was doing that. He was climbing those same stairs, kissing all those spots, when about halfway up, something happened in his heart. He recalled the great text of Habakkuk 2:4: "The Just shall live by his faith." It is said that Martin Luther stood up, turned around, and walked down the steps. He went to Wittenburg, Germany, and there on the door of the Church, he nailed his 95 theses, and that was the beginning of the Reformation. No, the words that John wrote are: “Blessed are they who have washed their robes in the Blood of the Lamb, that they may have right to the Tree of Life, and may enter in through the gates into the City." (Rev. 22:14) "For by Grace are you saved through faith: and that not of yourselves: it is the Gift of God: not of works, lest any man should boast." (Eph. 2:8-9) Pulpit Continued From Page 2B Beulah Baptist Hosting Kids For ChristŽ Meetings In June By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Attention children, five years and older: Beulah Baptist Church is celebrating June with a Wednesday “Kids for Christ” meeting. There will be a meeting each Wednesday at 5 p.m., during the month, where everyone will eat, enjoy Bible study and crafts and recreation. You are invited to join them for this great time. If anyone needs a ride, they may call (850) 971-5211 or (386) 294-1721. They will pick you up and take you home. The meeting will be conducted on the guidelines of Vacation Bible School. A great time is in store and, as a treat, the church will have the sno-cone buggy there. Beulah Baptist Church is located at 1258 NE Beulah Church Road, east of Lee, off US Highway 90. Rev. T.J. Santerfeit is the pastor.

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014 € 5B Path of Faith Saddle Up And Ride Across Cross Canyon Trail At Landmark VBS By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Saddle up and ride strong with Jesus – Yeehaw! – on Cross Canyon Trail during the Vacation Bible School at Landmark Baptist Church. Set for June 9-13, the Bible school begins at 6 p.m. each evening with grub being served from the chuck wagon in the church's fellowship hall. Then, it will be time to mosey into the church for the trip across Cross Canyon Trail. The theme of the VBS is “Cross Canyon Trail” and the motto is “Saddle up and ride with Jesus – Yeehaw!” Monday's phase of the journey will involve “Ridin' Ready” as the cowboys and cowgirls will learn the importance of always being ready to serve the Lord. Tuesday's journey will teach the cowpokes to ride obedient as students will learn to follow Christ who lives in them. Wednesday's leg of the journey will be riding faithful, as students will learn to live faithfully for Christ despite difficulties. The fourth part of the journey on Thursday will be riding bold as students will learn the importance of sharing Christ with their unsaved family and friends. As the journey through Cross Canyon comes to an end on Friday, cowboys and cowgirls will learn to ride courageously. They will learn the importance of standing with Christ against evil and danger, not only in Cross Canyon, but on their lifelong journey with Jesus. Landmark Baptist Church welcomes all who want to attend the VBS. The church is located at 3399 West US 90, west of Madison. Rev. Robert Ledford is the pastor.

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Path of Faith 6B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Church Calendar June 4, 11, 18, 25 Beulah Baptist Church will host a weekly Kid's Meeting, for five years and older, each Wednesday throughout June, beginning at 5 p.m. There will be food, Bible study, crafts and recreation. If your child needs a ride, please call (850) 9715211 or (386) 294-1721. They will be picked up and carried home. The meetings follow the guidelines of Vacation Bible Schools. June 7 Everyone is invited to particpate in the prayer walk beginning at 9 a.m. at the Four Freedoms Park in Madison. June 9-13 Landmark Baptist Church will host its Vacation Bible School Monday, June 9, through Friday, June 13. The VBS will begin at 6 p.m. each evening with food being served and then the classes and fun will begin immediately afterwards. The theme is “Cross Canyon Trail: Riding Strong for Jesus.” Landmark Baptist is located at 3399 West US Highway 90, west of Madison. Rev. Robert Ledford is the pastor. June 14 Chapel Road will perform a benefit concert for Denise Ellison, who needs help with paying for cancer treatments. The concert is tentatively set for 7 p.m. at Midway Baptist Church, 338 SE Midway Church Road, south of Lee, off Highway 255, south of Interstate 10, 262 exit, or south of Madison, off County Road 53, south of Interstate 10, 258 exit. June 19 The New Home monthly men's and ladies' evangelism rally will be held at 6:30 p.m. The men's meeting will be held at the New Home Volunteer Fire Department and the ladies' meeting will be held at the church fellowship hall. There will be a steak dinner served. A $10 donation is suggested to help defray the cost of the meal. June 22-27 Lee First Baptist Church will host its Vacation Bible School on June 22-27, from 68:30 p.m. for ages threeadult. The theme for the VBS is “Agency D3.” Dinner will be served nightly. Call Channah Galbraith at (850) 973-0759 for further information about registering. June 24 The Pinetta area food ministry/mission will be distributing food beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pinetta food pantry. July 5 Everyone is invited to particpate in the prayer walk beginning at 9 a.m. at the Four Freedoms Park in Madison.July 7-11 First United Methodist Church will be having their Vacation Bible School Monday Friday, July 7 11, from 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. It is called "Workshop of Wonders: Imagine & Build With God." Ages three 5thgrade are welcome. For more information contact, the church office at (850) 973-6295 or Ruth Ann Latner at (850) 464-0236 or ruthannlatner@yahoo.com .July 7-11 North Florida Teen Youth Camp, a four-day, three-night event is set for July 7-11, with guest speaker Phil Stacey for each evening's service. Registration fee is $90 per person, with a $25 deposit. A t-shirt is guaranteed if the camper pre-registers by June 20. Located at Live Oak Church of God's 34-acre campus on US 129 South in Live Oak. Registration forms may be picked up at Madison Church of God or Midway Church of God. July 8 The Pinetta area food ministry/mission will be distributing food beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pinetta food pantry.July 14-18 North Florida Teen Youth Camp, a four-day, three-night event is set for July 14-18, with guest speaker Phil Stacey for each evening's service. Registration fee is $90 per person, with a $25 deposit. A t-shirt is guaranteed if the camper pre-registers by June 20. Located at Live Oak Church of God's 34-acre campus on US 129 South in Live Oak. Registration forms may be picked up at Madison Church of God or Midway Church of God.July 22 The Pinetta area food ministry/mission will be distributing food beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pinetta food pantry.August 9 The 11th Hour Gospel Group will be in concert at Sirmans Baptist Church on Saturday, Aug. 9, at 7 p.m. Sirmans Baptist Church is located at 168 SW Sirmans Church Way, off US 221, south of Greenville, south of Interstate 10, exit 241. Everyone is welcome to attend. Jimmy Fletcher is the church's pastor. Call (850) 9484948 for more information.

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014€ 7B Path of Faith Pictures From The Past: Concord Congregation Gathers For Photo Photo Courtesy of the Florida State ArchivesThis photo was taken around 1949. It is of the congregation at Concord Missionary Baptist Church, located on Concord Church Roa d, off Highway 150 North. Front row (L-R): Carlton Hudson, Cullen Howard, Harold McHargue, and the rest of the row is unidentified. Middle row (LR): Jaunita Jarvis, Emmett Browning, Cary McHargue, and the rest of the row is unidentified. Back row: At the left is George W. Cason. The two men at the far right with hats are V.E. McHargue and pastor Bro Chisholm. The boy partially visible at the far right is Wayne Hudson.

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Concord Baptist Church To Hold Fishing Contest This Weekend Path of Faith 8B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014 By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Concord Baptist Church will host its annual fishing contest this Saturday, May 31, in honor of Mrs. Bessie Burkett. The start time is 6 a.m. Contestants can choose where they wish to fish. Weigh-in will be at 5 p.m. The registration fee for adults is $20. If they are pre-registered, they can save an additional $5. Ages 12-15 can register for $10 to compete. There will be a $5 registration fee for ages 5 and up. There will be a $10 entry fee to enter the big fish contest. The prize for biggest bass is already at $500 and could go up. The prizes for biggest bream and biggest catfish will be $50 each. Only legal limits apply, but once again, contestants can choose where they wish to fish. At 6 p.m., the fish fry will begin. Concord Baptist Church is located at 829 NW Concord Road, east of Greenville. Rev. Jamie Ford is the pastor. Fellowship Church Welcomes Nelms As Special Speaker Story Submitted Pastor David Nelms will be the guest speaker for the Sunday, June 8, morning services at Fellowship Baptist Church. Nelms is the founder of the Timothy Initiative, which helps plant churches and helps train church planters. According to the Timothy Initiative website ( www.ttionline.org ): “We specifically target church planters lacking the means and/or availability to receive a balanced Biblical and theological training throughout Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Each church planter trained is expected to plant at least one multiplying and reproducing church in their region.” Everyone is welcome to attend either service. There is no admission charge. Photo SubmittedPastor and Mrs. David Nelms from the Timothy Initiative

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014€ 9B Path of Faith Agency D3 Students Will Train To Discover, Decide, And Defend At Lee First Baptist VBS By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Students will train to become Agency D3 special agents during Vacation Bible School at Lee First Baptist Church from Sunday, June 22, through Thursday, June 27. The theme for the VBS is “Agency D3: Discover. Decide. Defend.” Students, ages 3 to adult, will collect and log evidence about Jesus. Using their best high-tech operative skills, they will examine eyewitness reports, physical proof and Biblical accounts to uncover and defend the truth about who Jesus really is. During the VBS, they will “Discover the truth of the gospel; Decide to believe it; and Defend the decision.” The students will be members of D3, which is an investigative agency organized to discover if Jesus is really who He claims to be and to examine if the Bible is true. This VBS is unusual because it has an apologetics theme, because people not only need to know the Bible is true and that Jesus is God's one and only Son, but they need to know how to defend what they believe when someone asks them why they believe it. The fun will begin at 6 p.m. with dinner served each evening and last until 8:30 p.m. Call Channah Galbraith at (850) 973-0759 for further information about registering.

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When primitive Christianity first began to take root, it wasn’t known as “Christianity.” That was more or less a term coined by onlookers. The first Christians referred to their movement as “The Way.” The earliest disciples saw themselves, not as part of new religion, but as travelers on and in the Way of Jesus. This “Way,” consequently, was something active and dynamic, bound to the living Christ. It was not some dead religion seized with rigor mortis. The passing of the centuries, however, has seriously muted this fact. The years have suppressed the wild and dangerous roots of the Christian faith, and in some cases, have beaten the living daylights out of it. This has not been lost on a large and growing number of believers. According to researcher William Hendricks, over a million Christian adults leave the church each and every year. Many do so “not because the church is too spiritual,” he says, “but because the church is not spiritual enough.” Large swathes of official Christianity have traded the untamed vitality of its Founder for something far more domesticated. Somewhere deep within us, we know this is a tragedy. We don’t need researchers or statistics to confirm the obvious: Our spiritual instincts tell us that there is something more, something deeper, more radical and more alive than the safe, sterile, status quo of the religious institution. We know (with apologies to Steppenwolf) we were born to be wild. An example: Last autumn I was fortunate enough to visit Jackson, Wyo., the Grand Tetons, and the Yellowstone area. No pictures can do the region justice. It is landscape that must be seen and savored firsthand. Yet, the highlight of my trip was not the dramatic scenery. It was what happened on a cold, snowy day in the National Elk Refuge. The National Elk Refuge is a 25,000 acre plot of land that in the fall and winter becomes home to thousands of migrating elk. The elk come down out of the mountains to harbor there, but it is not a completely safe harbor. The administrators of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service have a policy that allows hunting on the Refuge, a policy not without controversy. I saw a bit of this hunting up close and personal. While on a wildlife expedition I observed a party of hunters stalking several hundred elk. These animals circled and panicked like proverbial fish in a barrel as the hunters closed in on them. It didn’t seem very gaming to me, and I braced myself for the slaughter. It was then that one of the big bulls in the herd decided that he had had enough. So, nearly a ton of wild, thundering animals-on-hooves stampeded toward the hunters. At the last minute, the bull shot between two of the would-be-trophy-takers, the space no wider than a sidewalk. And when he did, the entire herd followed. Hundreds and hundreds of animals ran for daylight, and in a matter of minutes, the herd had not only escaped their predators – who looked at one another with a mixture of awe and shame – they had completely disappeared into the Wyoming woods. Not a single animal could be seen. These beautiful animals have lost a good deal of their habitat, but they have not lost their instincts. They still heed the wild and wonderful call of the wilderness, forsaking the false safety of the “refuge” for life with fewer fences. Granted, life in the wild is full of predatory dangers as well; but at least it is life outside of a manmade cage. Jesus, it appears to me, wants us to have this kind of freedom, for he did not come to start a religion. He came to start a spiritual revolution. Jesus did not come to show us how to build cathedrals or ecclesiastical refuges. He came to show us how to live. Jesus did not come to fence us in, but to set us wildly and wonderfully free. We were never born for captivity. We were born to be wild. Path of Faith 10B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Born to be Wild Let Us Share Your Upcoming VBS Events 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. Also, once your church is having VBS, if you will, snap a few photos and send them to Jacob, along with some information on the VBS, he will be glad to share them in The Path of Faith. F R E E D O M AITH

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 28, 2014€ 11B Path of Faith From The Funny Side: Letters For The Pastor We are told in the Bible that “Laughter doeth good like a medicine” (Proverbs 17:22) but too often Christians are stygmatized by people who think they are solemn and never have any fun. Sometimes, we can find joy in the smallest of things or in the most embarrassing. If you have any funny stories or jokes you think the readers of The Path of Faith would enjoy, please send them to Jacob Bembry at jacob@jacobbembry.com This week, we look at letters that children sent their pastors: Dear Pastor, I know God loves everybody but He never met my sister. Yours sincerely, Arnold. Age 8, Nashville. Dear Pastor, Please say in your sermon that Peter Peterson has been a good boy all week. I am Peter Peterson. Sincerely, Pete. Age 9, Phoenix Dear Pastor, My father should be a minister. Every day he gives us a sermon about something. Robert Anderson, age 11 Dear Pastor, I'm sorry I can't leave more money in the plate, but my father didn't give me a raise in my allowance. Could you have a sermon about a raise in my allowance? Love, Patty. Age 10, New Haven Dear Pastor, My mother is very religious. She goes to play bingo at church every week even if she has a cold. Yours truly, Annette. Age 9, Albany Dear Pastor, I would like to go to heaven someday because I know my brother won't be there. Stephen. Age 8, Chicago Dear Pastor, I think a lot more people would come to your church if you moved it to Disneyland. Loreen. Age 9. Tacoma Dear Pastor, I liked your sermon where you said that good health is more important than money, but I still want a raise in my allowance. Sincerely, Eleanor. Age 12, Sarasota Dear Pastor, Please pray for all the airline pilots. I am flying to California tomorrow. Laurie. Age 10, New York City Dear Pastor, I hope to go to heaven some day, but later than sooner. Love, Ellen, age 9. Athens Dear Pastor, Please say a prayer for our Little League team. We need God's help or a new pitcher. Thank you. Alexander. Age 10, Raleigh Dear Pastor, My father says I should learn the Ten Commandments. But I don't think I want to because we have enough rules already in my house. Joshua. Age 10, South Pasadena Dear Pastor, Who does God pray to? Is there a God for God? Sincerely, Christopher. Age 9, Titusville Dear Pastor, Are there any devils on earth? I think there may be one in my class. Carla. Age 10, Salina Dear Pastor, I liked your sermon on Sunday. Especially when it was finished. Ralph, Age 11, Akron Dear Pastor, How does God know the good people from the bad people? Do you tell Him or does He read about it in the newspapers? Sincerely, Marie. Age 9, Lewiston

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

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