Citation
The Madison enterprise-recorder

Material Information

Title:
The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title:
Enterprise-recorder
Creator:
Madison enterprise-recorder
Place of Publication:
Madison, Fla.
Madison, Fla
Publisher:
T.C. Merchant
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note:
Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Greene Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
33284795 ( OCLC )
sn 95047180 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Enterprise-recorder

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:


Full Text



www.greenepublishing.com
1 www.grienepublishiig.com
z e Imabison o e lf


nterptise ecotCer


Our 146th Year, Number 4


Friday, September 24, 2010


Madison, Florida


46V -1-440 Tax=5O40

GREENE(,. ,





www greenepublishing.com


Scott

Thomas

Memorial

Ride Set

For Oct. 9
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Fourth Annual Scott Thomas
Memorial Ride, sponsored by the Lee
Community Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment, will be held on Saturday Oct. 9.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. at
the fire station, located at 326 North
Hwy 255 in Lee.
The first bike will leave out at 9
a.m. from the fire department.
The second point will be in
Greenville. The third point will be in
Monticello. The fourth point will be in
Wacissia.
The ending point will be at St.
Marks.
Fees include $20 per bike, one
hand; $10 fee per rider; and $5 for each
additional hand.
There will also be a 50/50 drawing.
For more information, contact
Jim von Roden at Von's Automotive at
(850) 973-6450.


Lee Fire

Department

Holding

Auction And

Peanut Boil

For Gilbert

Children
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Lee Community
Volunteer Fire Department
is looking for kind hearts to
donate items to be auc-
tioned off at the depart-
ment's peanut boil, cake
auction and auction slated
for Saturday, Sept. 25.
The event is being
held to raise money for
the children of Chief
Petty Officer David
Gilbert, who was shot in a
home invasion back in
April at his home in Jack-
sonville.
Items that are donated
for auction are being ac-
cepted at the Lee Fire De-
partment and Lee City Hall,
located on County Road 255
Please see Gilbert, Page 3


man


Tased

Threatens Police At Jail
A Madison law officer was reportedly threatened
and had to deploy his taser against a subject on Tuesday
evening.
According to a Madison Police Department report,
on Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 6:44 p.m., Ptl. Anthony Land con-
ducted a traffic stop on a white four-door Mercury for a
traffic violation at the intersection of Jordan and Mose-
ley Streets.
When the vehicles came to a rest, the driver (Mac B.
James) exited the vehicle and began hollering and
screaming at the officer. Ptl. Land advised James to get
back in his vehicle.
At this time, James walked towards Ptl. Land,
screaming and cursing at the officer, balling his fist up
in a threatening manner. Ptl. Land advised James to
place his hands on the hood of the car. James refused to
comply and continued hollering and screaming at the
officer.
Ptl. Land withdrew his X26 taser and advised James
three more times to comply with his orders. At this
time, James tensed up and clinched his fist and stated
"tase me, tase me."
Ptl. Land deployed his taser, striking James in the
chest area.
James was then placed under arrest and transport-
ed to the county jail. While at the jail, James made a
statement to officers that when he gets out of jail, he will
buy a gun for the next time he is stopped by the police.
James was charged with disorderly conduct, resist-
ing arrest without violence and corruption by threat
against a public official.


Has


Arrived!


Jacob Bembry

Announces

Candidacy For

Mayor Of Lee


My name is Jacob Bembry
and I am a candidate for mayor
of Lee.
I spent my early childhood
years in Lee before moving to
Monticello. In 1987, I moved
back to Lee and I have been a
resident for the past 23 years.
One of the greatest honors of
my life came in 2006 when I was
chosen Lee's Citizen of the Year.
A graduate of Jefferson
County High School, North
Florida Junior College and
Florida State University, I have
worked for Greene Publishing,
Inc. since 1993, with a two-year
hiatus from the job where I was
a freelance writer and worked
as a news director and salesman
for WMAF Radio. In 2007, I
achieved one of the highest
honors bestowed by the Florida
Press Association when I was
chosen that year's Shining Star.
I am born again, thanks to
the blood of my Lord and Sav-
ior, Jesus Christ.
As mayor, I will listen to the
people, I will be honest and I
will do what is right for the
community. I believe that hon-
esty and a listening ear are the
keys to doing what is right. I
want to see people in Lee pros-
per. I believe that there is room
for growth in our town, but the


Jacob Bembry
growth has to be handled in a
way that will help the town's
residents and not hurt them.
If I make a mistake as may-
or, I will admit my mistake and
work to rectify the situation. I
know that I will serve the resi-
dents of the Town of Lee. Each
voice is important. Each voice
will be heard.
I encourage everyone, who
is registered, to vote in the gen-
eral election. If you are a resi-
dent of the Town of Lee, I
would appreciate your vote on
Nov. 2.
Paid political advertise-
ment, paid for and sponsored by
Greene Publishing, Inc., ap-
proved by Jacob Bembry, non-
partisan, for mayor of Lee.


With Trespassing,

Drug Possession
A man was arrested on trespass and drug charges on
Monday night.
According to a Madison Police Department report, on
Monday, Sept. 20, at 10:50 p.m., Sgt. Chris Cooks and Ptl. Eric
Gilbert were conducting a foot patrol of Madison Heights
when both officers observed Rashard James on the proper-
ty
Both officers had prior knowledge of Rashard James
having a trespass warning for Madison Heights.
At this time, officers made contact with James and
placed him under arrest for trespassing after warning.
While patting James down for weapons before hand-
cuffing, Ptl. Gilbert discovered a small bag of marijuana in
his pocket.
Rashard James was charged with trespass after warn-
ing and possession of marijuana less than 20 grams.


7Inde Lca Wethr'


1 Section, 20 Pages
Around Madison 4-11 National Hunting Day 16
Legals 19 School 14
Classifieds 18 A Day In Madison 10-11
Viewpoints & Opinions 2-3 Turn Back Time 13


Fri 93/71 Sat Sun Mon 8
/8 93/71 9 8%71 - 88/70- 9 89/70
9/24 9/25 W. 9/26 -- 9/27
A mix of clouds and sun with the Scattered thunderstorms. Highs in Scattered thunderstorms possible. A few thunderstorms possible.
chance of an isolated thunder- the upper 80s and lows in the low
storm in the. 70s.


SMan Charged












2 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


www.greenepublishing.com



Uicwpoints & Opinions


Friday, September 24, 2010


When It Comes to Fruits and Veggies -

SLadder More Is Best


Summer,

Sandspurs

And Stinging

Nettles
As a child, summer in Monticello meant a few
things, including nights spent with the doors and
windows open. We didn't have to worry about in-
truders. We felt safe and protected amongst our
friends and neighbors.
Summer also meant sweltering heat in the
daytime and an occasional cool breeze floating in
the window at night. Outside, crickets and whip-
poorwills played symphonies to sleep by.
On some evenings, during the summers, I re-
member having boiled peanuts and cold iced tea. I
remember once when the Gospel Lite Singers
(Dale Thigpen, Tommy Thigpen, Brenda Mc-
Cormick and Brenda Williams) came to our house
to perform a gospel concert. It was held in the
huge living room that was in the first house we
lived in at Bassett's Dairy We had a fish fry that
night.
Summers also meant a time when I would get
a haircut. It was always a flat top until I asked my
parents if I could get a regular haircut. I got the
nerve to ask my parents when I walked around
the corner of my house one day and scared There-
sa and Bobbie Brewton, who were playing. They
screamed. The two girls thought I was another
boy with a flat top who had been aggravating
them. I had just gotten my hair cut. How I hated
being bald. (Now, I hate it that my hair is thin-
ning.)
Memories of summer elicit being able to stay
up late and sleep in the next day because there
was no school. Many times, my sister, Abbie Gail,
had me stay up late and watch Dean Martin and
Jerry Lewis movies with her on the late show. Of
course, she would also do that during school.
Summer brought its joys, such as Cokes and
ice cream on a hot afternoon, and it brought its
pain, but back then the only pain was sandspurs
and stinging nettles.
I thank God for all the memories of childhood
summers, even the sandspurs and stinging net-
tles. Now, as summer rushes into autumn, the
memories of fall enter but that's for another col-
umn, another time.
I hope that God has given my readers pleasant
memories of summer also and that we all create
pleasant memories of fall this year.

,orid Press Associo

2008

Award Winning Newspaper

bhe fflabison
Enterprise-RCcoreCr ' j
P.O. Box 772 * Madison, FL 32341
1695 South SR 53 � Madison, FL 32340
(850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121
greenepub@greenepublishing.com
www.greenepublishing.com

Publisher Classified and
Emerald Greene Legal Ads
Laura Little
Editor Deadline for classified
Jacob Bembry is Monday at 3 p.m.
Production Manager Deadline for
Heather Bowen legal advertisements is
Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Staff Writers There will be a $3 charge
Kristin Finney and for affidavits.
Marianne Graves
Circulation
Graphic Designers Department
Stephen Bochnia Sheree Miller
and Dee Hall
Subscription Rates:
Advertising Sales In-County $35
Representatives Out-of-County $45
Mary Ellen Greene, (State & local
Dorothy McKinney taxes included)
Jeanette Dunn and
Kimberly McLeod

-Since 1865-
"Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity."
the Ilabison Enterprise-Recotrder
Madison Recorder established 1865
New Enterprise established 1901
Consolidated June 25, 1908
Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc., 1695 S SR 53,
Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at Madison Post Office
32340. Publication No. 177.400.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder, 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 respon-
sible for photos beyond said deadline.


It used to be Fruit and
Vegetable Month, then was -
changed to 5-A-Day, and is Madison CounI
now "Fruits and Veggies,
More Matters!" all in a ef- Extension Servi
fort to entice people to eat
more of these foods. From Diann Douglaw
a nutritional standpoint, Guest Columnist
both food groups are
packed with nutrients;
providing a wide range of vitamin, minerals, fiber
and antioxidants with few calories. These food
groups also add so much color and texture to our
meals; your plate would look so dull without them.
The Center for Disease Control credits fruits and
vegetables for providing important nutrients for op-
timal child growth, weight management and chron-
ic disease.
Ten years ago, an optimistic Healthy People
2010 set a 10 year goal of getting Americans to
increase their daily consumption of fruits and
vegetables as part of an effort to increase the
population's overall health. The goal was
to get 75% of Americans to eat more than
two fruit servings each day and 50% to
eat three or more servings of vegeta-
bles. Here we are, 10 years later, and
guess what? No state is close to , s
reaching the goals.
In their first survey of
states conducted in 2009, the
CDC released a report on /
fruit and vegetables con-
sumption that gives a
poor showing. In Flori- ii
da, among adults sur-
veyed, 36.1% report
eating at least two
fruits each day i
and 29.3%. Only
15.6% reported eating both numbers on a daily ba-
sis. When adolescents were surveyed, the numbers
were even lower.
For personal health and well-being, work on in-
creasing your consumption of fruits and vegetables
each day. Start by planning weekly meals and
snacks before you grocery shop. Aim to have a least
one fruit or vegetable at each meal and snack. Try
adding fruit to your cereal and a glass of orange
juice for breakfast. Grab a piece of fruit for a morn-
ing snack. For lunch include a salad or add sliced
vegetables to your sandwich. When it's time for an
afternoon snack, have raw vegetables and dip.
Buy fresh fruits and vegetables in season and
on sale. Check sale ads before grocery shopping,


SPo not argue
with an idiot. He
will drag you
down to his level
and beat you
with experience.

Ooing to
church doesn't
make you a
Christian any
more than stand-
ing in a garage
makes you a car
* a a
Light travels
faster than
sound. This is
why some people
appear bright un-
til you hear them
speak.
* a a
ow is ist one
careless match
can start a for-
est fire, but it
takes a whole
box to start a
campfire?
a a a
Why does
someone believe
you when you say
there are four
billion stars but
check when you
say the paint is
wet?
* * *
A clear con-
science is usually
the sign of a bad
memory.

When tempt-
ed to fight fire
with fire, re-
member that the
Fire Pepartment
usually uses wa-
ter

You're never
too old to learn
something stupid.


and buy only what you
can eat within a week. To
ty help extend your food dol-
lar, include frozen and
ce canned foods in generic or
store brands instead of
S name brands.
If you are on the go
all the time, take food
along. Nature's original
fast food, pack fruit to go -- pack a banana, apple or
any fresh fruit when leaving the house. Mix a fruit
smoothie for breakfast and take it in the car. Roll
up a tortilla that is filled with vegetables or peanut
butter and sliced fruit.
When eating at a restaurant, order veggie wrap,
stir fry or vegetable sides as substitutes for fries.
Most restaurants are very accommodating to let you
substitute a side vegetable for French fries. Visit
the salad bar and add soup for a balanced meal
packed with a variety of fruits and veggies.
At the dinner hour, try to serve two veg-
etables. Frozen or canned versions are
quick to fix and provide nutrients your
body needs. A potato is ready to eat af-
ter a 5 minute spin in the microwave,
add a fresh salad along with a por-
tion of meat, chicken or fish and
your meal is complete.
To get kids on board with
eating more fruits and vegeta-
bles, let them select their
own fruit when shopping
for weekly groceries.




Right now, ap-
ples and pears are in season with a variety of colors
to choose from. When kids are exposed to a variety
of food and are involved in the purchasing and
preparation, they often will be more willing to try
new foods.
Aim to increase your intake of fruits and veg-
etables for optimum health benefits. To get food sav-
ing tips or more ideas to get a variety of color onto
your plate, contact the Madison County Extension
Service.
The University of Florida Extension/IFAS -
Madison County is an Equal Employment Opportuni-
ty Affirmative Action Employer authorized to provide
research, educational information and other services
only to individuals and institutions that function


PUBLIC NOTICE

MADISON COUNTY
ROAD DEPARTMENT


On ortlbout October 4, 2010 and continuing to November 1, 2010, NW
Flowers Road will be closed to thru traffic beginning at CR 150 (NW Lovett
RD) heading east to the intersection of NW Hamburg Road for a distance of
approximately .6 mile. Cross drains are scheduled for replacement at the
Little Aucilla River location during which time the road will be completely
blocked off and closed at that point. Please see map insert for alternate routes
during this construction and road closure.

For further information, contact the Madison County Road Department office
at 850-973-2156 from 6:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday thru Thursday.



NW FLOWERS ROAD

(CR 150 to NW Hamburg Rd.)


a H --y _.- -
Bailey Grade Rd. 20 21
--,
/2
~ united Eenez --

?- 2_5 _72: ."29'r, , ,



, -m
- -7
= 1---


In ~ ~ u --- H Ims


150 -1
4 fLI 3.


:r 9-n


=,k3 -4


Greater
New 23
z ton
Ch.
146
.16-


35
I)Ils
I�ard-
2


-l C~wh Ell


25


Hopel I
Ch

o P.



.~ lant
P,
7Long:i
u (Dan
10


/PROJECT SITE


-I











Friday, September 24, 2010


www. greenepublishing.corn




From pace One


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3


Conadrvative

S-Jrner

By Claudt 'aAnderson



Liberty Or Death!
On September 14, Ms. Rebecca O'Dell
Townsend was the speaker for the Republi-
can Club. America's Liberty Belle, as she is
sometimes called, stresses how "Today, we
are in grave danger of losing all of our lib-
erties" because we have not passed from
generation to generation the basic princi-
ples of freedom which must include public
virtue and general knowledge.
On Public Virtue, she shares the follow-
ing quotations:
"Only a virtuous people are capable of
freedom. As nations become more corrupt
and vicious, they have more need of mas-
ters." Benjamin Franklin. (Hmmm...Is this
becoming true of our nation? -- Corrupt and
vicious and now with declared MASTERS!)
"It is when a people forget God that
tyrants forge their chains." Patrick Henry.
(Do you hear those clinks of chain links? I
fear that I do!)
"Religion and good morals are the only
solid foundation of public liberty and hap-
piness." "Men will be free no longer than
while they remain virtuous" Samuel
Adams. (Do you not shudder at the lack of
virtue in our school system? Many of our
children no longer distinguish the differ-
ence between right and wrong.)
"Of all the dispositions and habits
which lead to political prosperity, religion
and morality are indispensable supports.In
vain would that man claim the tribute of
patriotism who should labor to subvert
these great pillars of human happi-
ness...And let us with caution indulge the
supposition that morality can be main-
tained without religion...reason and experi-
ence both forbid us to expect that national
morality can prevail in exclusion of reli-
gious principle." George Washington,
Farewell Address. (Oh yes! We see and
hear those who "...subvert these great pil-
lars of human happiness..." ranting and
raving daily about Grass-root PATRIOTS.)
On General Knowledge, she uses these
quotations:
"Liberty cannot be preserved without a
general knowledge among the people."
John Adams. (So, what knowledge of the
history of our nation is being taught in the
public schools?)
"Knowledge will forever govern igno-
rance and a people who mean to be their
own Governors, must arm themselves with
the power knowledge gives." James Madi-
son. (Our government was established in
order to secure our God-given inalienable
rights, not to control our lives.)
"If a nation expects to be ignorant and
free...it expects what never was and never
will be." Thomas Jefferson. (If knowledge
comes from news media and politicians,
most of it is keeping us ignorant. Some-
times it is suggested that we are just going
through another government cycle. Oh no!
Fashion in clothing may go through cycles,
but freedom does not! We must become a
nation of "grass-root patriots" in opposi-
tion to those who would "subvert these
great pillars of human happiness" - Public
Virtue and General Knowledge.)

Where are Grass-root Patriots? Oh -
those are the people praying for our coun-
try, singing God Bless America or saying
"How can I help my neighbor" and "GIVE
ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH." Just
put your "ear to the ground" somewhere
around The Conservative Corner to locate
one.

Do you have an extra $608?
Like it or not, Your Debt Grows.
US National Debt: $13,484,000,000,000 (that's
13.5 trillion)
Your share (each taxpayer):$121,311.
Your share has increased $608 so far this
month ($30/day).

Source: www.usdebtclock.org 9/20/10


Republicans interested in helping
to elect our candidates are invited to
join us for the meeting of the Madi-
son County Republican Executive
Committee on Tuesday 9/28/10 at
7pm at the Madison County Public
Library meeting room.


Coming Soon - Madison County
Republican Victory Office!

Paid for and approved by the
Madison County Republican Execu-
tive Committee

MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com


Scam Alert

cont from Page 1
her cell phone and called the police.
The customer said that she checked out the com-
pany the man said he was working for and they have
already been run out of other towns.
Be wary of anyone offering to do free wind-
shield repair. If one has front windshield damage,
they can call a reputable glass company and have
the glass replaced for free.
If one is approached by anyone offering free
windshield repair, call the Sheriff's Office at (850)
973-4001 or the Madison Police Department at (850)
973-5077.


Gilbert

cont from Page 1
North. Pickup for larger items is also available.
For more information, or to schedule a pickup
or drop-off, please call Jim von Roden at (850) 973-
6450 or (850) 971-4178.

FLORIDA COOKING'

W� ad1


* Recipes
*Cleaning,
Preparing &
Storing Wild Game
SCuring & Smoking
*Making Sausage
& Bologna
* Microwave
Cooking
*Glossary
* Equivalents
*Substitutions
*Weights & Measures
* Can Sizes
*Herbs & Spices
*Helpful Cooking
Hints
*Helpful
Household Hints
*Detailed Drawing
On How To Build
& Use Your Own
Water Oven/
Smoker
Historical Recipes
and
Little Known Facts
About Florida's
Wildlife


Get your copy at
Madison Sporting
Goods
in Madison, FLorida
Jackson's Drug Store
in Greenville, FLorida
Studstill Lumber
in Madison, FLorida
Farmers Supply
in downtown Madison and
Greene
Publishing. INC.
located at
1695 South SR 53
in Madison, FL.


I Madison County... __


9/15
Exzandra Jean
Bruton - Out of
county warrant
Quinton Jamar
Thompkins - Ag-
gravated assault
with a firearm
Arnie V. Trevi-
no - DUI
Maurice
Darelle Vought -
VOP, writ of bodily
attachment
9/16
Darryl Phillip
Allen - Out of
county warrant,
public intoxica-
tion, obstruction of
justice
Fatrell Vobens
Gamble - Aggra-
vated battery with
a deadly weapon
9/17
Jeffrey Theo
Webb - Criminal
registration
Antonio Rashad
Davis - VOP (cir-
cuit)
Deanna Lee
Williams - Aggra-
vated battery
Joshua Aaron
Webb - Disorderly
intoxication
Johnny Lee Gal-
lon - Battery
Jovan Thomp-
son - Possession of
drugs with intent
to sell, possession
of drugs, posses-
sion of drug para-
ph e r n a 1 ia ,
resisting arrest
without violence
Antwoine
Buzart Davis - VOP
9/18
Herbert Jerome
Miller - Assault on
a law enforcement,
resisting arrest
without violence
Joseph Louis
Williams - Battery
on a law enforce-
ment officer, resist-


ing arrest with vio-
lence, battery (do-
mestic violence),
possession of a
firearm by a felon,
possession of co-
caine, possession
of a prescription
drug with intent to
sell, possession of
marijuana more
than 20 grams, pos-
session of drug
equipment, abuse
Christopher
Wayne Halterman
- Abuse (child en-
dangerment)
9/19
Ronald Eugene
Webb, Jr. - Writ of
bodily attachment
Jerrod Terill
Robinson - Disor-
derly conduct, re-
sisting arrest
without violence
Johnny Clifford
Woods - Disorderly
intoxication
Gerardo Nar-
ciso Domingo-
Sanchez - No valid
drivers license
9/20
Calvin Craw-
ford, Jr. - Writ of
bodily attachment
Samuel Allen
Morgan - Aggra-
vated assault with
a deadly weapon
Rashad Antonio
James - Possession
of marijuana less
than 20 grams,
trespass after
warning
9/21
Randy Raffell
Jones - VOP
Chadwick
Vaughn Ward - Ag-
gravated assault
Mac Benjamin
James - Disorderly
conduct, resisting
arrest without vio-
lence, threat
against a public
servant


--------------------------------1
MONDAY '7"4d" 7 SATURDAY & SUNDAY
S t 74e Wee Re e WEDNESDAY Weeed De
2pc. Dark 2pc. Meal (Mixed) 9pc. (Mixed) Chicken Only $1199
1 - Side Dish 2- Side Dish, I
S. Di ., 9pc. (Mixed) Meal
1 - Biscuit 1 - Biscuit 9pc. (Mixed) Meal
21g - Potatoes -n- Gravy
$31Q iLYe 1lig - Cole Slaw or 1 g Green Beans
SOLY 6All White Meat 4- Biscuits $1j�99
Extra Charge -iU
L - - --- ---- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Fill out the form below and send it in to:

Greene Publishing, Inc.
P.O. Drawer 772
t Madison, FL 32341

\With money order or check payment
made o t to Greene Publishing, Inc. in the
.miio0uir for the In or Out-of-County rate

$35 In County I
$45 Out-of-County I

N Name:

-------------------------------I


I y:--I
State: Zip:
GREENE Phone:-
Publishing, Inc.
I1











4 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


www.greenepublishing.com



Atouno faoison Countp


Friday, September 24, 2010


LONNVN I 1


MA~0AI


September 25
Yard sale fundraiser, 8 a.m.-3
p.m., Lee Worship Center, Magnolia
Drive in Lee.
September 25
Lee Community Volunteer Fire
Department Auction, Cake Auction
and Peanut Boil, 6 p.m. Proceeds will
benefit the surviving children of
Chief Petty Officer David Gilbert.
Donated items for the auction will be
accepted at the Lee Fire Department
and Lee City Hall. Pickup for large
items is available. For more infor-
mation, please contact Jim Von Ro-
den at (850) 973-6450 or (850) 971-4178.
September 28
Relay for Life Survivors Ice
Cream Social, 6 p.m., Madison Se-
nior Citizens Center.
October 1
Lee Worship Center will host a
chili cook-off and open microphone
gospel sing, beginning at 7 p.m.
Everyone is welcome. Admission is
free. A love offering will be received
to benefit the church.
October 3
The Joseph Washington Thomas
Family Reunion will be held on Sun-
day, October 3, from 9:30 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. at the Lee City Hall. Family
members are asked to bring a cov-
ered dish lunch and items for the
auction.
October 9
Fourth annual Scott Thomas
Memorial Ride, sponsored by the
Lee Community Volunteer Fire De-
partment. Registration begins at 7:30
a.m. at 326 North Hwy 255 in Lee.
First bike out at 9 a.m. Starting point
Lee Community Volunteer Fire De-
partment. Second point, Greenville.
Third point, Monticello. Fourth
point, Wessia. Ending point: St.
Marks. $20 per bike, one hand. $10
fee per rider. $5 for each additional
hand. 50/50 drawing. For more infor-
mation, contact Jim at Von's Auto-
motive at (850) 973-6450.
October 12
Big Bend Hospice Grief Support
Group, 6-7:30 p.m.


October 12
United Way of the Big Bend
Celebrity Waiter Night, 5-9 p.m. at
Ken's Bar-B-Q. Fun, great food and
remarkable service. It's all for a good
cause.
October 16
Skeet shoot, sponsored by the
Lee Community Volunteer Fire De-
partment. High noon. Ben Blair
Park Soccer Field. 12 skeet, anyway,
$20. 12 skeet, your way, $25.
Kids/youth, 14 and under, $1 birds.
Kids must have an adult present to
shoot. 50/50 drawing. $10 raffle for
870 pump shotgun. Drinks and hot
dogs at park.
October 14-17
Fallfest Carnival and Midway.
Hosted by the Greater Madison
County Chamber of Commerce.
Over 40 Midway rides and games
and exhibits galore. More info, call
(850) 973-2788.
October 30
Fifth Saturday Farmers and
Friends Day, downtown Madison.
Begins 8 a.m.
November 20
Skeet shoot, sponsored by the
Lee Community Volunteer Fire De-
partment. High noon. Ben Blair
Park Soccer Field. 12 skeet, anyway,
$20. 12 skeet, your way, $25.
Kids/youth, 14 and under, $1 birds.
Kids must have an adult present to
shoot. 50/50 drawing. $10 raffle for
870 pump shotgun. Drinks and hot
dogs at park.
December 11
Skeet shoot, sponsored by the Lee
Community Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment. High noon. Ben Blair Park Soc-
cer Field. 12 skeet, anyway, $20. 12
skeet, your way, $25. Kids/youth, 14
and under, $1 birds. Kids must have an
adult present to shoot. 50/50 drawing.
$10 raffle for 870 pump shotgun.
Drinks and hot dogs at park.
First and Third Saturdays
of the Month
Girl Scout Troop 150 meets at
Greenville United Methodist Church
every first and Third Saturday of
the month from 10 a.m. until noon.


Please call Janice or Sean Carson at
850/948-6901 or the Girl Scout Coun-
cil Office at 850/386-2131 for more in-
formation.
First Friday of Each Month
Everyone is invited to gospel
(open mic) sings at Lee Worship Cen-
ter the first Friday night of each
month, beginning at 7 p.m. The
church is located at 397 Magnolia Dr.
in Lee. Everyone is asked to bring a
dish for the potluck supper. There
will be great musicians, so those
who can play an instrument are wel-
come to come and join in. Bring a
friend with you. For more informa-
tion, call Allen McCormick at (850)
673-9481
Every First And Third Monday
Consolidated Christian Min-
istries, located at 799-C SW Pinckney
Street in Madison has changed their
food distribution give-out days. Food
will now be given out on the first and
third Mondays of each month from
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. to those who have
signed up and qualified in accor-
dance with USDA guidelines. Any-
one can come in and see if they
qualify and sign up on the following
days: Tuesday, Wednesday or Thurs-
day from 9 a.m.-11:45 a.m.
Each Weekday Except Tuesday
The Senior Citizens Center of-
fers computer classes to seniors 60
and older each weekday except Tues-
day. For more information or to sign
up, please call (850) 973-4241.
Every Tuesday-Saturday
The Diamonds in the Ruff Adop-
tion Program at the Suwannee Val-
ley Humane Society is open every
Tuesday through Saturday from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. It is located on 1156 SE
Bisbee Loop, Madison, FL 32340. For
more information, or directions, call
(866) 236-7812 or (850) 971-9904.
Second and Fourth Saturday
of Each Month
The Madison Church of God
hosts a free soup kitchen the second
and fourth Saturday of each month
at the Greenville Senior Citizens
Center. Lunch is served from noon to
1 p.m.


George W. Miller
George W Miller, born February 18,
1935, passed away September 20, 2010, in
Thomasville, Ga.
Funeral services will be held on Satur-
day, September 25, 2010, at 10 a.m. at Eliza-
beth Baptist Church, 4124 Bassett Dairy
Road, Monticello, Florida. In lieu of flow-
ers, contributions may be made to Eliza-
beth Baptist Church or the Gideons
International, P. 0. Box 511, Lee, Florida
32059.
Mr. Miller was born in San Pedro, Cal-
ifornia but lived in Jefferson County since
his youth. He obtained degrees in Market-
ing and Accounting from Florida State Uni-
versity
He was a well-known accountant who
was very active in and supportive of his
community. He was a member of the Capi-
tal City Enrolled Agents and the National
Association of Tax Preparers, Monticello
Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce
and Kiwanis Club. He was a founding
member and board member of the Jeffer-
son Country Club and board member of
Healthyways. He had served as a board
member at Capital City Bank for over 30
years. He had previously been a board
member of the Monticello Opera House.
He served as the accountant for Aucil-
la Christian Academy since its inception
and as a founding board member. He
served as the accountant for Norias, Lynd-
hurst and Pinckney Hill Plantations for
many years.
He enjoyed bird hunting, playing ten-
nis and working on his farm.
Mr. Miller is survived by his wife of 30
years, Judy Fountain Miller; two daugh-
ters, Sandra (Rocky) Gavins and Brenda
(George) Georgiadis; one grandson Ben
Gavins; two granddaughters, Sofia and Zoe
Georgiadis; two step-daughters, Julie Long
and Sherrie McClure; three step-grandsons
Brandon Long, Garrett Long and Christian
McClure; two step-granddaughters, Alana
Long and Ivy Long and two step-great
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his father,
Jack B. Miller and his mother, Barbara
"Blan" Ward Miller.


NOTICE FROM THE

ELECTIONS OFFICE

Jada Woods Williams,

Supervisor of Elections




October 4, 2010,
the registration books close
for the 2010 General Election.


The Election will be held on
November 2, 2010.




All voters are reminded to provide
photo ID such as Florida Driver's
License, Florida Identification Card,
school or work badge, otherwise, you
must vote a provisional ballot.




For further information, please contact the
Elections Office at:
229 SW Pinckney St., Room 113
Madison, Florida 32340
(850) 973-6507
elections@votemadison.com


NOTICE FROM THE


ELECTIONS OFFICE

Jada Woods Williams,

Supervisor of Elections


TOWN OF LEE ELECTION
November 2, 2010


POLLS OPEN from 7am-7pm
Voters in the CITY of LEE ONLY


All voters are reminded to provide photo
ID such as Valid Florida Driver's
License, Florida ID Card, Debit/Credit
Card, U.S. Passport, Military ID,
Student ID, Retirement Center ID,
Neighborhood Association ID and
Public Assistance ID, otherwise, you
must vote a provisional ballot.


The Town of Lee Election will be held at:

Lee City Hall

286 NE CR 255

Lee, FL 32059


For further information,
please contact Lee City Hall at:
(850) 971-5867


I


I











Friday, September 24, 2010


www.greenepublishing.corn



Around Maio Countp


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5


United Way Campaign Picks UP


Momentum With Celebrity Waiters


U

I~.41
'tz,.m


**


K/


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne Graves, Sept. 7, 2010
Some of those attending the September 7 United Way Madison meeting are front row, left to right, Mary Carol Kaney, Kim Halfhill, Sam McGhee and Ginger
Jarvis. Standing in the back row, left to right, are Vicki Howerton, Megan Earnhardt, Deanna Samaha, Ethyl Barefoot, Janet Maier, Willy Gamalero, Jackie Johnson,
Ed Meggs and Howard Phillips.


By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
One night out of the
year turns into hilarious
pandemonium as celebri-
ty waiters raise money
for United Way of the Big
Bend. This Madison tra-
dition is called the Ken's
Celebrity Waiter event on
Tuesday Oct. 12, from 5-9
p.m. at Ken's Bar B-Q on
West Base Street.
Vicki Howerton
chairs the Ken's Celebrity
Waiter event this year,
which is open to the pub-
lic. "I will be in charge of
laughing, helping, and
more laughing as re-
quired," said Howerton.
Some of the waiters
serving meals and hoping
for big United Way tips
are David Abercrombie,
John Grosskopf, Howard
Phillips, Jim Catron, De-


lores Jones, Ethyl Bare-
foot, Jackie Johnson,
Allen Cherry Ed Meggs,
Janet Maier, Tim
Sanders, Ted Ensminger,
Michelle Brantley, Alfred
Martin, Mike Morgan,
Keith Ruff, Willy
Gamalero, Doug Brown
and Mary Carol Kaney.
Howerton said a
great number of cooks
are bringing cakes,
brownies, pies, and cook-
ies for the fundraiser.
"It's a fun event,"
said Gamalero, chair for
Madison County's Cam-
paign Team. He said last
year $1,031 was raised for
United Way locally.
"Let's break through
that record this year. I
know we can do it," said
Gamalero.
Phone calls are being
made daily to individuals


and businesses now. The
2010 United Way of the
Big Bend campaign
monies will fund services
in Madison County agen-
cies, which assist people
of all ages, from young-
sters to senior citizens.
The goal is $115,000.
The Sept. 7 meeting
of United Way got under-
way at Madison County
Community Bank with
guest speaker Megan
Earnhardt, a recent Flori-
da State University mar-
keting graduate and new
UWBB employee, who
gave an overview of Unit-
ed Way's agency called
VITA, which stands for
volunteer income tax as-
sistance. This free service
should be fully in place
for income tax season
this year in Madison
County


Although the Senior
Citizen's Council of
Madison County will pro-
vide the host site for
VITA at their new
multipurpose building,
Earnhardt said one thing
is missing. "We can bring
it, but we need people to
run it," she said. 'Anyone
who has a willing spirit,
anyone interested in vol-
unteering, we'll train
them."
Earnhardt said that
VITA needs accountants,
bank and credit union
employees, financial
planners and others with
financial backgrounds to
volunteer their time as
certified IRS tax prepar-
ers. First, volunteers
have several options in
taking the 15-hour free
training, followed by par-
ticipating as tax prepar-


ers at the Madison Senior
Center starting Jan. 22
through April 15.
The goal is to get
enough volunteers to
staff the Senior Center,
and also set up VITA mo-
bile sites at various busi-
nesses to give their
employees access to the
free tax service.
"Students make up a
large part of our volun-
teer base in Tallahassee,"
said Earnhardt. "It's
great for students to get
that experience."
Appreciation
Celebration
The United Way Ap-
preciation Celebration
will be held Saturday,
Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. at the
home of Gary and
Jeanne Webb. Contribu-
tors and volunteers will
be thanked for their dedi-


cated efforts. That day
was chosen because there
are no FSU or UF home
games scheduled on that
day. Special guests are
State of Florida Agricul-
ture Commissioner
Charles Bronson and his
wife, Regina.
The Madison cam-
paign timeline is to finish
the campaign on October
31. "What that means is
that we have a ton of
work to do, but we can do
something about it," said
Gamalero.
M.K. Graves can be
reached at Marianne@gr-
eenepublishing. corn


91.7 F
www^wapb^ne


2010 FORD a| 201C
F-150 F
CREWCAB CRE
4X4, XLT 4X
Loaded, All The Lc
Bells & Whistles, MSRPcou...$40175 Stk
Stk# T1104 Discount.... $3713
Stk# T1104 Ford Rebates.....$4500
*Ford Credit Bonus Cash.....$1000
**Ford Trade Assistance Cash.....$1000

PRICE *29,962
TOTAL SAVINGS

$10,213

2010 FORD
F-150
SUPERCAB

XLT MSRP.....$30,320
Stk# T1247 Discount.... $1828
Ford Rebates.... $4500
*Ford Credit Bonus Cash.... $1000
**Ford Trade Assistance Cash ....$1000

PRICE $21,992
TOTAL SAVINGS

$8,328


)FORD i 2010 FORD
-150 RANGER
W CAB REGULAR
2, XLT CAB, XLT
loaded, MSRP.....$33,310 4 Cyl,
# T1278 Discount.....2814 Auto, All Power
Ford Rebates.....$4500 Equipment
*Ford Credit Bonus Cash..... $1000 Stk# T1033
**Ford Trade Assistance Cash..... $1000 **Ford Tr

PRICE *23,996 PRICE


TOTAL SAVINGS

$9,314


--p


MSRP.....$21,105
Discount.....$1608
Ford Rebates..... $3500
rade Assistance Cash..... $1000

S$14,997


TOTAL SAVINGS

*6,108


2010 FORD
F-150
REGULAR
CAB
4X2


S


tk# T1041 MSRP.....$22,805
Discount..... $386
Ford Rebates..... $2500
*Ford Credit Bonus Cash.....$1000
**Ford Trade Assistance Cash..... $1000

PRICE *17,969
TOTAL SAVINGS

4, 836


* Ford Credit Bonus Cash Must Finance Thru Ford Motor Credit
** Must Trade a 1995 or Newer Vehicle For Trade Assistance Cash


215 W. Magnolia St. * Valdosta * 229-333-2300 * www.langdaleford.com













6 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Submitted by Justina
A. Cone
(A former Pritchett
student)
The children of
Elesta M. Pritchett
hosted a celebratory oc-
casion Saturday, August
28, in recognition of
her 80th birthday. A
multitude of family and
friends gathered at Di-
vine Events in Madison
,to enjoy a delicious
presentation of salad,
hors d'ourves, and a
meal consisting of fried
chicken, roast beef,
creamed corn, steamed
broccoli, rolls and
peach cobbler with iced
tea and punch. Later,
guests would munch on
Hershey candy bars,
presented in a coordi-
nating wrapper, while
enjoying entertain-
ment. Each of the din-
ing tables had been
tablescaped to match
the color theme of or-
ange coral; complete
with a white linen
tablecloth, a square
glass container of fresh
flowers held in place by
dark smooth river
rocks and a sprinkling
of glass pebbles at each
place setting of china.
Throughout the
evening guests were en-
tertained and enlight-
ened by family and
close friends of Pritch-
ett. The evening's Mas-
ter of Ceremony was
Rev. Oliver Bradley who


presented a moving dia-
logue of the honoree's
struggle as a mother of
small children to attain
education so that she
could fulfill her dream
of becoming a teacher.
Retired educator and


friend, Lorata Pritchett, had the room
Franklin, sang a lovely rolling in laughter as
opening song followed she told of childhood
by the invocation deliv- antics and early family
ered by Rev. Jimmy responsibilities taken
Brookins. on by her sister. Elesta
Yvonne Clayton, Pritchett's leadership
younger sister of Elesta style was not wasted on


Friday, September 24, 2010


Clayton who to this day
has not forgotten the
"tough love" of her el-
der sister.
Alma Wynn, former
classmate and long-
time friend, rounded
the picture of a dedicat-
ed person with her sto-
ries and was followed
by Lou Miller, Superin-
tendant of Schools.
Miller, having known
Pritchett for many
decades, spoke of the
positive and great im-
pact that Pritchett had
on the Miller children
in grade school.
Rev. Melvin Craw-
ford led all in prayer


www.greenepublishing.com




r ouo Abison County



Ma yor Of Qrevywialel

Ceteobrates 80thv

13 rth4tay In/ StyLe/


Gainesville Gets Creative During


The 29th Annual Downtown


Festival & Art Show


Gainesville will transform into a masterful
blend of art, music and entertainment during the
29th Annual Downtown Festival & Art Show, one of
the nation's premier outdoor fine arts festivals. Pre-
sented by the City of Gainesville Department of
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, the festival
draws a crowd of more than 100,000 each year. On
Saturday, Nov. 6, and Sunday, Nov. 7, from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m., visitors can meet the exhibiting artists, enjoy
live music and dancing and sample international
cuisine.
The Downtown Festival & Art Show, a national-
ly recognized event, helps Gainesville get in touch
with its creative side. Since 1996, it has ranked
among the top festivals in the nation. Sunshine
Artist magazine ranked the Downtown Festival &
Art Show no. 30 among the best 200 fine art shows in
2010, and Greg Lawler's Art Fair SourceBook in-
cluded the show in its list of the nation's top 100 fine
art festivals.
Art experts are not the only ones who appreci-
ate the festival. Visitors can marvel at artistic dis-
plays from more than 250 of the nation's most
talented artists, who showcase their original oils
and acrylics, vibrant watercolors, unique sculp-
tures, dazzling jewelry, decorative ceramics and
vivid photography. Artisans compete for more than
$18,000 in cash prizes and purchase awards.
"We pride ourselves on our rich collection of art
and the experience we provide to the community,"
said Festival Coordinator Linda Piper. "It is always
so much fun to walk around the festival and see
everyone enjoying the atmosphere."
Children also have the chance to enjoy the festi-
val and get creative at the Imagination Station, a
free hands-on art activity area. They can draw with


chalk, paint pictures, design masks, sculpt clay and
create puppets and buttons. The Imagination Sta-
tion even features a performance area with puppet
shows, magic acts and music so children can rock to
their own beat. Art Education students from the
University of Florida work throughout the fall se-
mester to produce this hub of family-friendly fun.
Down the road from the Imagination Station
and near the steps of the Hippodrome State Theatre,
more than 50 non-profit organizations educate the
crowd about the services they provide to the com-
munity Food booths line the streets and give visi-
tors the chance to indulge in bloomin' onions, sweet
barbecue ribs, hearty Mediterranean pitas, Cajun
jambalaya and authentic Thai cuisine. The festival
features international dishes from more than 20
food vendors, so no guest leaves hungry
Visitors craving constant entertainment can
check out live performances on three stages by local
bands, solo musicians and dance companies. The
festival weekend kicks off Friday at 7 p.m. at the Bo
Diddley Community Plaza with a Downtown Blues


I-
Concert presented by the North Central Florida
Blues Society The award-winning Tommy Castro
Band will headline the show with songs that blend
the smooth sound of blues with the rhythms of rock
and R&B. The group took home four titles at the 2010
Blues Music Awards, including 'Band of the Year,'
and Castro was named the B.B. King Entertainer of
the Year.
The City of Gainesville looks forward to cele-
brating another successful show and welcomes the
community to join in this special event.
Gainesville's premier fall festival is a celebration of
art and culture that you won't want to miss. Find
unique holiday gifts for family and friends or pur-
chase artwork for your own collection. Festivities
are free and open to the public all weekend. For
more information, visit www.gvlculturalaffairs.org
or call 352-334-ARTS.


Eie4ta M. P-rttchett


and what followed was
a song selection by
Katina Erewa and her
two lovely daughters.
The song produced ap-
parent joy; based on
Elesta Pritchett's smil-
ing face. Erewa is
Pritchett's grand-
daughter and the two
younger singers are
her great grand-daugh-
ters.
The evening was
rounded out with tales
and laughs by Tim
Sanders, long-time mu-
nicipal friend and
Clerk of the Court, and
George Pridgeon of
Greenville, Principal at
Greenville Primary
School and with whom
Pritchett worked close-
ly with for many years.
Examples of a god-
ly and dedicated life
were given by George
Clayton, Rev,. Charlie
Barfield and Rev. J. B.
Duval. The Pritchett
children thanked all for
attending the birthday
celebration. One by
one Johnny Lee Brown,
Dorothy Jean Pritchett,
Juanita Pritchett Coar
and Johnny Beryl
Pritchett, Jr. gave testi-
mony of a caring and
loving mother. The
evening was capped
with a song selection
by Rev. Kevin Johnson
and closing prayer of
thanks for Elesta
Pritchett's life well
lived given by Rev. Oliv-
er Bradley.
The entire room
filled with well wishes
as all joined in on "hap-
py birthday" and a
prettily decorated cake
by Alma Twiggs was
presented to the guest
of honor. Elesta M.
Pritchett officially
turned 80 years of age
on her birth date, Au-
gust 31st.













Friday, September 24, 2010


www. greenepublishing.com




Spotli ht On Ualoosta


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 7


(229) 775-3200



Highway 133 (12 miles West of Valdosta Mall) Morven, GA
(Next to Dollar General & Lawson Peaches)





LOSE WEIGHT.

NEVER FIND IT AGAIN. E

229.242.9785

'g the center for medical weight loss
207 Northside Drive, Valdosta, GA 31602







PORTABLE WAREHOUSES
* Lifetime Warranty * No Credit Check
* Rent To Own *
Tommy Sheppard
229-241-0050


by Am


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
If you are looking for top quality sausage look
no further that Sunset Farms Foods.
Their website explains, "Sausage lovers, you
have come to the right place for full flavored south-
ern style smoked and fresh sausage! What would
you like to try? With mild, hot, cracked pepper,
jalapefio, and beef to choose from you can't go
wrong no matter what you choose!"
They offer a wide variety of different sausages
including:
Smoked Sausage,
"Our original and always the favorite."
Cracked Pepper Smoked Sausage,
"Not too hot, this flavor is exceptional!"
Jalapefio Smoked Sausage,
"All the flavor without all of the heat."
Beef Smoked Sausage,
"When you want an all beef smoked
sausage."
Whole Hog Fresh Sausage,
"We still make it like it should be made."
"The website also shares a company history.
"Back in 1918, Walter W Carroll started selling two


sides of beef a week to Flashers Meat Market on
Ashley St. in Valdosta, Ga. In 1932, his son, James
D. Carroll, joined him in the business. That same
year they purchased the land where the company
sits today. In 1935 construction of a facility was
started on the site. In 1937 the company was given
the name W.W. Carroll & Son. In 1938 the name was
changed again, this time to Carroll Stockyards, a
name appropriate given the company's involvement
in cattle ranching. In 1948 the name was changed
again to Carroll Packing Company to emphasize the
growing focus on retail and wholesale meats. In
1965, James D. Carroll, Jr. came aboard. His broth-
er, Walter W Carroll II joined in 1971. In 1969, a
sausage recipe was created by Jack Knight, that
would become the pride of Sunset Farm Foods - the
same recipe that is used today. The company went
under Federal inspection in 1975 enabling it to cross
state lines with its products. This event dramati-
cally increased the growth rate of the company, as
the state of Florida was eager for the fresh products
of the company In 1980 the name was changed
again to Sunset Farm Foods. In 1997 Walter W. Car-
roll II left the company as James D. Carroll, Jr's
son, Thomas G. Carroll came aboard."


THE HONEYBAKED HAM co.
. CAFE
Any Sandwich,
SChips and Drink I
$5.99
must present coupon at time of purchase to
recieve offer. Good at the Valdosta, GA location
only. Limit one per customer, per visit


229-244-6833
1601 Baytree Rd (behind Sears)
Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm


611877ag,


MEN * WOMEN * CHILDREN
1737 Gornto Rd. Valdosta, GA -4
229-242-1430


Now offering
Trophies, Plaqu


Z '& Awards!


,i ^ Screenprinti
2003 W. Gordon St.
Valdosta, GA
Phone:(229) 247-0111
Fax:(229) 247-9661
arrowart@earthlink.net
www.arrowscreenprinting.cor


Tee Shirts
Polos
HHats
a
roipSBagsa]
Koozies
oozi gs

81 M 1 Mor ry
T JC
mbroidery
.r
w 4 AVE
Much More!0ttssss
C- HAVE
IC- INEr


Bishop Clean Care
S3115 N. Oak Street Ext. * Valdosta, GA 31602
(229) 244-2470 * (800) 426-6324
At Bishop, quality has always
been a family tradition.
* Carpet * Upholstery
* Area Rugs * Hard Floors
* Fire & Water Damage Restoration
24/7 Fire & Water Damage Service =


Mike Cunningham Matt 5:16




/ A ~(229) 571-9255 .^

8 Queen Setsat Mon.,Tues., Thur., Fri. Mattresses Starting At
10am-7pm
08. of less!. rT ^J131a1m 111.............pm^


-40


m- %












8 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


www.greenepublishing.com


CbUtC)


Friday, September 24, 2010


What a gift! God's gift
God changes people for the p
doing good works, but not on
of their good works. The
"Nothing good have I done t
even one." Songs are such
tant part of worship, and in
lives. "He Touched Me" and
that fills my soul! Amen.
David Fries sang "Isaia
blessed us as always.
We sang "Because H
Verse 3 says:
"How sweet to hold a
baby,
And feel the pride and jo3
But greater still the ca
ance
This child can face uncei
because He lives."
There is great joy as Ju
Paulk was born Sept. 14 and
home with his parents, Elias
ley His proud grandparent
and Jackie Holder and Davi(
oline Paulk.
Our Nita and her friend
went Saturday to visit Joshe
French in Milledgeville, Ga.,
so happy to the see the joy, p
baby Carson Olivia, born J
bringing them!
There is sadness, too, as
Ferres Joshua, lost their l
month-old Peyton last Frida'
hassee Memorial. May God
them and all their family. Fer
es at Lee and she was blessed
friends Susan and Henry
there with her, especially s
was in Washington, D.C. on 1
Roger McCollum prayed
tory prayer and I was so move(
I asked him to let me share w:
Oh Lord, our Heavenly F
have reminded us lately th.
flesh is weak. You have also
us that the human spirit is f
can be easily shaken and ca
begin to falter.
We lay tormented in our
cannot find rest. We lay tori
our souls and cannot find pe
We long for Thee! We ne(
again of Thy loving kindness
to again place our trust in Tt
us the way in which we shou
You are our God! Let y
lead us out of the bog and sE
firmly on higher ground. Let


Jappeniup


At

Madison

First Baptist

Church

By Nell Dobbs
of Jesus! eousness bring our souls out of trou-
urpose of ble.
ithe basis You are kind in all of your deeds.
song says You are near for all who call upon your
to deserve name. You are known to all those that
an impor- earnestly seek your truth. Show us
a our own your tender mercy and your plan for
oh the joy our salvation!
Bless the steady believers and the
h 53" and cheerful givers amongst us. Bless the
warmness of their hearts and the sin-
e Lives." cerity of their gifts. To the end that,
your will be done on Earth as it is in
newborn Heaven.
Amen.
y he gives; Footnote: Inspiration for this
lm assur- prayer was found in Psalms 141-145.)
Genesis 8:22: A new season is here
rtain days as God promised... "While the earth re-
maineth, seedtime and harvest, and
.dah Elias cold and heat, and summer and winter,
now is at and day and night shall not cease."
s and Ans- Worship Choir sang, "God of This
s are Joe City" and it was special for Cindy
d1 and Car- Brown to sing the solo part. I've
missed her. Jim is inviting more to
1, Melissa, join choir. He spoke about suffering
and Diane and death of believers in India.
and were Preacher Tom Ray Kelley ("Coun-
recious lil try Preacher," he says) gave us a se-
uly 14, is vere message from II Chronicles 7:14
about God healing our church when
s Will and we humble ourselves and pray and
little five- seek His face and turn from our
y in Talla- wicked ways. Amen! It was good to
d comfort have him preach and for his family to
rres teach- be there!
ed to have An apology to Caleb Ginn, who
Phillips was eight Sept. 15, not nine.
since Will The work between the church and
business. the Fellowship Hall is looking good!
this offer- Three Bridges will be in concert
d by it that on Oct. 3 in the morning services.
ith all: Pray for Mrs. Bottomley who is in
'ather, you TMH but is now home; for Mr. Carl
at human Sims, in TMH; four Mrs. Karla Rooks;
reminded for our nephew, Ron Denman with can-
frail. Both cer of mouth and throat (in Arizona -
.n quickly retired Army fellow); Jimmy and
Princess Roebuck; Mary Clay (Debbie
r beds and Bass' mother); Justin Davis' mother,
rented in Cathi McClamma, and his dad, Jay
ace. Davis; Joe Akerman; Preacher Morris
ed to hear and family; and for all the many, many
s. We need other ill ones.


iee! Teach
Ild walk.
our spirit
et our feet
thy right-


Three Bridges


*W4 Vai


Mald"qon qitd RG 4a


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Sunday, Oct. 3, Three Bridges
will grace Madison First Baptist with
their talents for the second-time. The
concert will be free, though a love of-
fering will be taken, and they will be-
gin at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary at
Madison First Baptist Church. Follow-
ing the concert, there will be a meal in
the fellowship hall. Three Bridges will
perform a few more songs following
the meal.
All are invited to attend and join
Madison First Baptist in this time of
fellowship and praising God.
On Three Bridges' website, there
is an "About" the band section. This
page reads, "Three Bridges' music is
rooted in traditional "southern
gospel" and "black gospel" music.


This blended style has made Three
Bridges one of the prominent inter-
nationally-acclaimed Gospel groups
in Christian music today - a group
known for tight harmony, a unique
vocal style, an exciting energy packed
stage presentation, and, most impor-
tantly, for spreading the joy of being a
Christian. Following the release of
the critically acclaimed 2002 album,
titled "Soldiers", Three Bridges has
wowed packed out venues across the
world, everywhere from gospel
singinggs" business conventions,
churches, political meetings, TV
shows, charitable relief events, and
all the way to Air Force One. They
have appeared on several Bill Gaither
Homecoming videos and were special
guests on a video for the United Na-
tions."


God anchored us securely for eter-
nal life where we will be with Him for-
ever Our prayer is we reach out to all so
that it cannot be said, "No one cared for
our souls." Psalm 142:4












Friday, September 24, 2010


oo Oak Quail




1664 BCT Gin Road * Quitman, Georgia 31643
Bobwhite Quail:
Eggs * Chicks * Early Release


www.greenepublishing.com




mionigt Sun Fcstioal


Best Wishes On The
Midnight Sun Charity
Horse Show & Festival


NORTH AMERICA


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9


SBUProud To
S g er Be Part of The
ore Greenville
DeliCommunity!!!





Deli * Lottery * Gas * Soft Drinks
13848 Hwy. 90 West * Greenville, Florida
850-948-4466 Managers: Mike & Alex


Seventh Annual Midnight Sun Festival

Set For Sept. 29-Oct. 3


The Seventh Annual Midnight Sun Festival is set for
Wednesday, Sept. 29 through Sunday, Oct. 3, at the historic
Dixie Plantation in northeastern Jefferson County
Tours, a country store and vendors will be open daily
from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
On Wednesday, Sept. 29, a luncheon, style show and
mansion tour will be held beginning at noon. The cost is $25,
including the luncheon and style show. The tour is only $10.
On Thursday evening, there will be entertainment and
a cash bar at 6 p.m. A plantation supper, dancing and music
by the Encore Band will follow at 7 p.m. Dance attire is re-
quested. Please, no jeans or shorts.
There will be barbecue and bluegrass from 3-5 p.m. on
Friday, Oct. 1. The $10 cost will include horse show admis-
sion or simply pay $5 admission to the horse show which
will begin at 5 p.m. Box seats for the show are available at a
cost of six for $100. This will include the cost for both Friday
and Saturday evening.
On Saturday, Oct. 2, a versatility horse show will begin
at 9 a.m. A dog show will be held free, beginning at 3 p.m. Ad-
mission for the horse show (excluding box seats) will be $5.
The horse show will begin at 5 p.m.
A mansion tour will be the highlight of the day, begin-
ning at noon and lasting until 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 3. A
country store will also be open from noon until 5 p.m. that
day
For ticket information and directions, please call (229)
263-6000 or email midnightsunshorseshow@wind
stream.net.
Luncheon and plantation supper tickets must be pur-
chased in advance. Donations are tax deductible. Credit
cards and checks accepted.
All events will be held at Dixie Plantation, 1583 Liv-
ingston Road, Greenville, FL 32331.


MIDNIGHT SUN - THE AMBASSADOR - August, 1965
Photo courtesy Bonnie Smith (handler) of BJS
Stables and Susan Bowman-Geidel (up).
Midnight Sun holds the distinction as the first stallion
to win the World Grand Championship title in Shelbyville,
Tennessee during the Celebration in 1945 and again in 1946.
Continuing the bloodline of his sire, Wilson's Allen and
dam, Ramsey's Rena, Midnight Sun's offspring and suc-
ceeding generations continue to dominate the walking
horse industry
The colt that foaled June 8, 1940 gave little indication
that this "ugly duckling" would become a great champi-
on. John A. Hendrixson purchased the black colt and
named him Joe Lewis Wilson. Charles Brantley bought
half interest in the black stallion during a visit to the
Hendrixson Farm. Winston Wiser's first assessment was
that Joe Lewis was too big, awkward and too black. How-
ever, Wiser took the colt and developed him from the ugly
duckling to the beautiful black swan that attracted the at-
tention of Henry Davis.
Henry Davis's assessment of Midnight Sun resulted in
Wirt and Alex Harlin purchasing the black stallion in 1944
and giving him a new name, Midnight Sun.
History records the electricity that filled the air during
the 1945-46 Celebrations with Fred Walker as Midnight
Sun's trainer and rider. The standard for the Celebration
Championship was now in place.
The Harlinsdale Farm sold Midnight Sun to Mrs.
Eleanor Livingston and her daughter Geraldine in 1957. The
Livingstons stipulated that Midnight Sun remain at Har-
linsdale Farm until his death. The stallion was buried at
Harlinsdale when he died in 1965.
Geraldine Livingston commissioned a life size statue of
Midnight Sun and presented it to her mother on her birth-
day in 1972. Midnight Sun stood at Dixie Plantation as a
magnificent work of art to perpetuate his place in Ten-
nessee Walking Horse history as the greatest sire until July,
2003. He is now on loan to the Tennessee Walking Horse
Breeders and Exhibitors Association and stands in their
Memorial Garden.
The second floor of the Dixie Manor lodged the Liv-
ingston family as well as any guests staying with them. The
two eldest daughters in the Livingston household had
rooms at the end of the hall as opposed to the youngest,

Quality Cleaners
"Your Customn Dry Cleaners"
We Specialize in
the Cleanming & ,
Heirloomiing
of Bridal Growns i

2S qIzQ i x-o f iwa&iZce
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Saturday 7.30 Noon
229-263-4149
101 Webster St. - Quitman, GA


Geraldine.
Her apartments are of a particular interest. Her bed-
room is small and comfortable, but has its disadvantages.
The room happens to be located in a section of the house
where her parents slept. There are only two ways out of
Geraldine's room: through her parents apartments, or
through the walk-through closet into the governess's bed-
room.
In 1937, the Continental Field Trial was moved to the
Dixie Plantation, where it is still held to this day. It is con-
sidered to be the outstanding wild quail field trial in the
world. The event is held the third Monday in January each
year, for about 10 days.
It is obvious that Livingston enjoyed hunting. Portraits
of his dogs, either painted on tiles in the study or carved out
of the walls in the gun room, are seen throughout the house.
An article from Time entitled "Top of the Field," dated
Monday, March 13, 1950 describes when Gerald Livingston
traveled to the National Field Trial Championship, World
Series of US bird-dog competition.
"For US hunting dogs and the weather-beaten owners
and trainers, the center of the universe is the sleepy village
of Grand Junction (pop. 750), Tenn. The National Field Tri-
al Championship, World Series of US bird-dog competition,
has been held there for 52 years at Ames Plantation-a
27,000 acres expanse of quail-rustled sedge and woodland
with a great ante-bellum mansion, rows of hospital-clean
kennels and stables floored in handmade bricks.
"Grand Junction, as a result, has developed the same
hard-eyed passion for champion bird dogs which The Bronx
reserves for baseball players. Last week, with the town
jammed to the last spare room by the annual pilgrimage of
top US dog men, Grand Junction's waitresses, its house-
wives, its postmaster, and the room clerk at its lone hotel had
a new canine hero-a small (46 lbs) but dashing pointer-
named Shore's Brownie Doone.
"Prairie Chickens, Yes. Brownie, owned by Montana
Mining Magnate, Gerald Livingston, who keeps a string of
75 fine dogs at a 40,000 acre plantation at Quitman, Ga., was
no newcomer to the Tennessee quail country Though none
but dogs with victories in other top trials may run at Ames
Plantation, Brownie had managed the feat of qualifying for
the National Championship as a derby (i.e. when he was less
than two years old) in 1947. He had qualified annually since.
But though he did well elsewhere-he won the National
Pheasant Championship, the Continental Championship,
was runner-up at hunting prairie chickens in Manitoba's
Border International-he never quite managed a victory in
the big trial at Grand Junction.
"This year as he waited his turn in the ten-day meet,
there seemed a good chance that Brownie might fail again.
In the three-hour field trials, dogs are judged not only for the
number of birds or coveys they find but on their speed,
range and obedience, their thoroughness in hunting, their
style and manners in pointing, and their steadiness under
gunfire. Last year's national champion, a pointer bitch
named Sierra Joan, performed beautifully; so did a Win-
ston-Salem, NC dog named Fast Delivery
"On the morning he was to run, Brownie quivered
with excitement and the early chill while trainers, judges
and a booted-and-muffled crowd of 200 spectators mount-
ed horses to follow the show. Brownie was released with
another pointer named Spunky Pete, and the two raced
madly out across the fields with the big cavalcade clump-
ing cautiously along behind them.
"Dead Quail, No. Within five minutes Brownie froze in
a perfect point. He stood unflinchingly as his professional
trainer, a quiet, rawboned outdoorsman named George
Evans, dismounted and fired a shot gun in the sir. Quail
drummed up out of the grass (birds are not killed at out-of-
season trials), and Brownie raced away again. After that he
performed with brilliance, steadiness and wisdom. Spunky
Pete disgraced himself by racing clear out of view and stay-


P2067Vf~tll FoIfev,6ldo/oV &

74't5 .t72f$vWiuf 42M,


Proud to serve you with
the BEST meat in town!

Greenville Citizens
Are Welcome At
Mr. B's Market


ing lost for 32 minutes, but Brownie went on hunting
faultlessly and tirelessly hour after hour. When he was fi-
nally called in, tongue lolling, chest heaving, at the end of
his trial, Judge Nash Buckingham of Memphis said: 'I
haven't seen but one or two better heats than that in 17
years.'
Five days later, Brownie was put down (i.e. released to
run) again to demonstrate his ability to freeze into courte-
ous immobility when the dog ahead made a point. The offi-
cial consensus 'Beautiful.' Five-year-old Brownie was
crowned the top US bird dog for 1950; Trainer Evans got
$1,500 prize money; Owner Livingston received suitably in-
scribed gold trophy-and Grand Junction went back to be-
ing a whistle stop for another twelve months."
Upon the death of Gerald Livingston, Mrs. Eleanor Liv-
ingston took control of the land. Under the Livingston's,
Dixie Plantation was managed to enhance wild quail hunt-
ing by the family as well as their guests.
When Mrs. Livingston died in 1978, ownership of the
estate passed to her three daughters. The two eldest received
the land on the Georgia side and Geraldine received the
Florida side. Geraldine continued to live here until the day
she died in 1994.
With Geraldine's generosity and forethought, she
created the Geraldine C. M. Foundation. The ownership
of Dixie Plantation was left to the Foundation who now
operates it. Since acquiring the plantation, the Founda-
tion has placed over 9000 acres under conservation ease-
ment which insures it will never be developed or sold.
The Foundation also holds events in order to raise
money that will help in the restoration of the house as
well as the upkeep of the plantation itself. Such func-
tions as these were held earlier this week. Wednesday
was the Luncheon and fashion show, and Thursday was
the Gala Dinner and Dance Under the Stars.



Jackson's

Drug Store
Full Prescription Service - Danny Jackson, R. Ph.
1308 SW. Grand St. * Greenville, FL
850-948-3011
Emergency 850-997-3977

Proud To Serve
The Greenville _"Wher
SCommunity Sa
C~Is Family"


) Greenville Fertilizer & Chemical Co., nc
13293 W. Hwy 90 * Greenville, FL 32331
850-948-2968
Charles Roland - Owner * Earlene C. Roland - Manager


%Irv 3,12 104
mw�


qq


I


I









10 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


www.greenepublishing!.com


Friday, September 24, 2010


Just Another Da






yatwrfr














Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney, September 17, 2010.
Madison Sporting Goods is the place to be on Friday morning. In front, left to right, are
Kirk Cruce, Joanne VinStetina, Alan Sowell and Mike VinStetina. In the back are Richie Sow-
ell and Marc McCrary.
II










Greene Publishing. Inc Phi
The ladies of the Busy Bee
people. Pictured left to right are E
and Cindy Graham.
i-
























Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney. September 17. 2010.
, .7























Diane Webb gets a pedicure at Stacy and Co. from Renee Groover.
TGreene Publishing. Inc Phi














Willie Brown relaxes outside
Thea cup of coffee.


Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Kiistin Finney. September 17. 2010.
Lindsey Pinkard, Madison County High School dual enrollment student, studies for class during a break
from school.







www.greenepublishing.com


In


Madison...


Greene Publishing. Inc. Pholo by Kristin Finney. September 17. 2010.
Laurel Kuhfeldt (left) and Melynda Kuhfeldt-Darby (right) enjoy lunch at O'Neals.


ig. Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney. September 17. 2010.


Some of the members of the Data Processing, Data Entry and Imaging departments at Corperate Graph-
ics pause from their work to take a quick photo. Back row, left to right, Sherry Finney, Laverne Martin, Edna
McCormick and Pat Bass. Front Row, left to right, are Edith Nelson and Yevonne Howard.


Friday, September 24, 20 10


Madison Enterprise-Recorder I I









12 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


www.greenepublishing.com


Friday, September 24, 2010


S



I


umW


&


N -~


Li


Making This Right

Beaches
Claims

Cleanup

Economic Investment

Environmental
Restoration

Health and Safety

Wildlife


/ was born in New Orleans. My family still lives here. We have
to restore the Gulf communities for the shrimpers, fishermen,
hotel and restaurant owners who live and work here.
- Iris Cross, BP Community Outreach


No oil has flowed into the Gulf for weeks. But we know this is just the
beginning of our work. BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup
in the Gulf and that includes keeping you informed.

Restoring Gulf Communities
We can't undo this tragedy. But we can help people get back on their feet.
We have been working with impacted communities since day one.

Partnering with local governments and community organizations, my job is
to listen to people's needs and frustrations and find ways to help. We have
19 community centers and teams in four states, listening and helping.

Restoring The Economy
BP is here in Gulf communities with shrimpers, fishermen, hotel and
restaurant owners, helping to make them whole.

More than 120,000 claim payments totaling over $375 million have
already gone to people affected by the spill. We have committed a
$20 billion independent fund to pay all legitimate claims, including lost
incomes until people impacted can go back to work. And none of this
will be paid by taxpayers.

BP has also given grants of $87 million to the states to help tourism
recover and bring people back to the Gulf beaches.

Restoring The Environment
We're going to keep looking for oil and cleaning it up if we find it. Teams
will remain in place for as long as it takes to restore the Gulf Coast.

And we've dedicated $500 million to work with local and national scientific
experts on the impact of the spill and to restore environmental damage.

Thousands of BP employees have their roots in the Gulf. We support
over 10,000 jobs in the region and people here are our neighbors. We
know we haven't always been perfect, but we ,ill be here until the oil
is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal. We will do
everything we can to make this right.


For general information visit: bp.com
For help or information: (866) 448-5816

restorethegulf.gov
Facebook: BP America
Twitter: @B PAmerica
YouTube: BP

For claims information visit: bp.com/claims
floridagulfresponse.com


@2010 BP, E&P


bp


. ........... o-












Friday, September 24, 2010


www.greenepublishing.com



Zurto Back imC


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13


From the March 12, 1976 Madison Enterprise-Recorder

Bill Grant, right, congratulates Mitchie Putnal, left, on showing the grand
champion at the Livestock Show.


From the April 23, 1976 Madison Enterprise-Recorder

Frank Mercer graduated from Florida State University, Winter Quarter 1976,
receiving a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Accounting.


From the April
23. 1976 Madison
Enterprise-
Recorder

Madison City Manag-
er Tom Moffses is shown,
discussing the city's pro-
posed industrial park
and request for the coun-
ty's endorsement. After
considerable discussion
Wednesday, the county
commission put their
blessing on the deal with
Commissioner Lee Bish-
op voting NO.
I


YOU HAVE IT.













Somebody Else Wants It!
Got something you no longer use or need?
Sell it in the classified.

850-973-4141


September 27, 1940
There were 1147
bales of cotton of the
1940 crop ginned in
Madison County, prior to
Sept. 16, as compared
with 938 bales of the 1939
crop ginned prior to
Sept. 16, last year.
Miss Myrtle Lee of
Tallahassee visited her
mother, Mrs. A.L. Leslie,
a few days last week.
Beatrice Bellamy,
living on the Barber
Farm, was cut on the
arm on North Horry
Street early last Satur-
day night.
Wallace Barber was
slightly injured Satur-
day night when the mo-
torcycle he was riding
collided with an automo-
bile driven by Cal Agner.
The wreck happened in
front of Frank's Cafe.

September 22, 1950
Mr. and Mrs. G.E.
Christmas announce the
birth of a daughter, Sept.
15, at Madison Memorial
Hospital. The little girl
was named Mary
Frances.
Dr. J. Brookner, who
recently opened an office
in the new Priest build-
ing in this city, has dis-
continued his
Jacksonville office and
moved here permanent-


R.O. Lane, well-
known Jeep and Ford
tractor salesman, has re-
signed his position with
Sale Motor and Equip-
ment Co., and has en-
rolled in Mercer
University Law School
in Macon, Ga.
Linburn Cunard is
now employed by Madi-
son Tractor Company

September 23, 1960
Carlton Burnette is
receiving congratula-
tions from his many
friends upon his promo-
tion to manager of the
Madison Coca-Cola Bot-
tling Company after 13
years as salesman.
Miss Joy Gossman
entered Southern Col-
lege last week. Mrs. N.W
Gossman accompanied
her daughter to Lake-
land.
Madison County
Training School won
over the Baby Rattlers in
their first game. Coach
Marshall had high
praise for Frank Waters,
Eddie Gallon, Eugene
Moore and Sumpter
James.
Mrs. Kirby Reich-
mann, Mrs. Louise
Bland, Miss Ray Norfleet
and Miss Jean Wilder of
the Smith Drug Store
spent Tuesday in Jack-
sonville the Dorothy


Gray cosmetics school.

September 30, 1970
Scotty Wimberly is
to enter West Florida
University on Monday.
Bill Mathews with
the Seabees in Lkina has
returned home.
Gussie Register is a
patient in the Quitman
hospital.
The Cherry Lake
Civic Club met Monday
night, Sept. 21, for its
regular monthly meet-
ing.


GRAND OPENING


Saturday, September 25th
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ribbon Cutting & Cake Celebration 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
6375 South State Road 53 * Madison, FL 32340


I Way Back When I











14 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


www.greenepublishing.com



School00


Friday, September 24, 2010


The School Bell

By Kara Washington


Learning is in full
swing at Pinetta Elemen-
tary School. The first
few weeks are spent get-
ting to know students,
forming routines, and
completing beginning-
of-the-year assessments.
Now that all that's
out of the way, we are
hard at work! To get stu-
dents excited, the third,
fourth, and fifth grade
teachers started the year
off with a sports theme.
Our classroom decor
represents different
sports such as basket-
ball, baseball and foot-
ball. We are earning
Accelerated Reader
points and "moving
down the field" or "hit-
ting homeruns" as our
points increase.
All students have a
goal of 50 AR points for
the year, and some are
well on their way to
reaching it! We plan on
having family nights
during the year to cele-
brate our successes.
Teachers are excited to
share what their
"MVP's" are working on
and show some student


T"rakelw ~to. Rn *ru

IIRE3REII. Iusearomirv

%erdsPesw 6%hedruuls


Copyrighted Material
Syndicated Content
Available from Commercial News Providers


Kara Washington


- you are our biggest
and most important
fans!!! All of us at
Pinetta Elementary
wish you a great school
year!

Famous
Quotes

Americans are
rising to the tasks
of history, and they
expect the same
of us.
George W. Bush


"highlight films."
Parents, we want to
thank you for all of
your support in assist-
ing with homework and
rooting your student on


SALT DELIVERY!s
WATER SYSTEM
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE'!


Call
Holy Moses Hater Treatment
229-559-8272 & 386-755-3358
")bu 're not really clean unless you
are Holy, Moses Clean!"


~L'~-%~


BUSINESS CARD

W----,- ----


* Metal * Shingles .
* Flat * Repairs -

ROOFING( ,.C,^
ilDennis Brown '
Contfoctor








* Plumbing Repairs -
SSewer & Water Lines *
Well, Tank, & Pump Repairs *
* Septic Tank & Drain Fields *
- a *Installation & Repair
. Backhoe Service









U, Ewing Construction
& Roofing
Commercial / Residential

QUALITY GUARANTEED
Ben Ewing 850-971-5043 "
n, h.,. .


UN I ~II


Directory I


;c .ingSprnlr yt m


Design
Sod or Seed
Cold Hardy Palms
Light Debris Clean-Up
Tree Spade Transplanting
Over 35 Acres In Production
30 Years Serving This Area
Peacock's Landscaping
ensed & Insured (850) 973-2848
Toll Free 1-800-9PEACOCK


V Serving Madison, Jefferson,
Taylor & Lafayette Counties
Auto. Life. Health. Home
Freddy Pitts. Agency Manager
Jimmy King. -.:.-,.i & Glen King. - ,-
' 7 C lairr, Service V - ' .r .: .* *i - ,:i
1-866-275-7322 Freddy Pitis Glen King.
SFreddy Pitts * Ryan Perry. - -r,
"Help L lY )Ou IS . , .: an., .: , � e . , * .".". -'l
[\'l , " ,.' vV I ', Set/ Lance Braswell. -. .r,
Li.lai, l i:t .,i-,hr, - M 1 ,0 FL 6'., ( 94


Tire & Mu..ffle...
Center L""
1064- E. LIS 90 -* Iadison, FL
eint-.ii.- Chl6 er Furni
85O-A97-3Bn9R


73� 'IV--


I


k,


_I









www. preene-ublishinp. corn


Friday, September 24, 2010


Sports


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 15


MCHS Varsity Cheerleaders Shine At Camp

By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Spirit sticks, UCA, basket tosses, tumbling,
all of these terms may sound like something off
of a Bring It On movie. To the Madison County
High School varsity cheerleaders, these terms be-
came a way of life from June 28-30.
The MCHS varsity cheerleaders attended the
*Universal Cheerleading Association Summer
* Camp at Jacksonville University this summer. At
this camp, the girls were faced with rigorous chal-
lenges and competed against hundreds of other
girls.
Practices began early each morning and
lasted through most of the night. They were
taught cheers, chants and dances. The UCA in-
structors also introduced advanced new stunts
to the girls.
A The varsity cheerleaders returned to Madison
' with several awards. At the camp, there was a
-I- spirit stick that could be given to squads each day.
All three days, MCHS's girls won the coveted Spir-
it Stick. They also received Superior and Out-
X . standing ribbons on their performances and
dedication.
The captain and co-captain from MCHS also
competed for the title of UCA All Americans. Ash-
, . -lyn Welch, captain, and Calaysia Jones, co-cap-
PhotoSubmitte tain, had to perform a dance routine, a cheer and
Photo Submitted a jump. The girls both won and now have the op-
Above the Varsity cheerleaders show off their trophies: Front row, left to right, Megan Thigpen, Calaysia portunity to perform in the London Parade on
Jones, Ashlyn Welch and Kendal Wilson. Middle row, left to right, Chelsea Hanners, Makoya Scott andTyra New Year's Day.
Lovelace. Back row, left to right, Sponsor, Ruth Ann Latner, Jalisa Davis, Moneesha Florence, Victory Evans, Congratulations, girls! Thanks for proudly
Candi Howard, Reiva Copeland and Michaela McQuay. Not pictured is Cammie Frakes. representing MCHS through your talents.


JV Warriors Down Brookwood


By Fran Hunt
Special to Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Aucilla Christian Academy junior varsity
Warriors football team downed Brookwood Thurs-
day night, 32-16. They now stand at 2-1 on the sea-
son.On the offensive side of the field, quarterback
Timmy Burrus had seven yards rushing and had 15
passes for a positive gain of 46 yards.
Nick Roberts rushed for 100 yards and had 31
yards receiving.
Austin Bishop had three yards receiving.
Austin Bentley was on fire, collecting 172 yards
rushing and chalking up 4 touchdowns.
Doug Gulledge had an eight-yard pass reception
for a touchdown.
Zack Lunn had 15 yards receiving and a 27-yard
kick-off return.
Cole Schwab had a 15-yard kick-off return.
On the defensive side of the field, Burrus had
four tackles and two assists.
Taylor Mills had three tackles, seven assists and
one fumble recovery
Bishop had one tackle and two assists.
Schwab had four tackles and two assists.
Cole Barclay had three tackles, two assists and
one fumble recovery
Lunn had six tackles and four assists.
Roberts had one tackle and one assist.
Gulledge had two assists.
Justin Welch had one tackle.
TJ Swords had one tackle and one assist.
Bentley had four tackles, four assists and one
fumble recovery
Joe Hannon had one assist.
The young Warriors traveled to Tallahassee to
face off against North Florida Christian Middle,
Tuesday, September 21. Statistics were not available
at press time. Gridiron action continues for the JV
when they travel to Tallahassee to face off against
Florida High Middle, Thursday, September 30 at 6
p.m.


Warriors Clipped


By Hawthorne


By Fran Hunt
Special to Greene
Publishing, Inc.
The Aucilla Christ-
ian Academy varsity
Warriors football team
was clipped by the unde-
feated Hawthorne Hor-
nets last week by a score
of 48-0. They now stand
1-2 on the season.
"We were out-
matched in size and
speed, but fought hard to
the very end," said Coach
Scott Scharinger. "I was
proud of the way that
our boys played. It takes a
lot of character to face a
team like we were playing
and continue to play hard
the entire game.
"Hawthorne com-
pletely shut our offense
down, but I was most im-
pressed with how our de-
fense played. Although
we gave up 48 points,
they played hard and
they played together.
And that's all I can ask
for," he added.
On the offensive side
of the ball, quarterback
Hans Sorensen complet-
ed eight passes out of 17


attempts for 38 yards
and three interceptions.
Clark Christy had
two pass receptions for 21
yards.
Brad Holm had six
receptions for 17 yards.
He also had six carries
for 23 yards on the
ground. Holm was
named the offensive
player of the week.
On the defensive
side of the ball, Jared
Jackson was named the
defensive player of the
week with 12 tackles and
a fumble recovery
Brandon Darnell
had nine tackles and a
caused fumble.
Trent Roberts had
seven tackles and two
forced fumbles.
Matt Tuten and
Philip Watts each had
seven tackles.
Jake Armstrong had
six tackles.
Nathan Williams
had four tackles.
The Warriors will
play host to Mayo
Lafayette this Friday
night at 7 p.m. at War-
rior Stadium.


Monticello News Photo by Cheltsie
Kinsley, September 16, 2010
JV Warrior
Austin Bently, #20, car-
ries the ball down the
field during football ac-
tion last Thursday
evening. See Bently's
touchdown run at
www.greenepublishing.com


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

The Town of Lee has tentatively adopted a BUDGET FOR 2010/2011.

A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on:

Date: 'Sept&nber 27, 2010
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: Lee City Hall
286 NE County Road 255
Lee, Florida
Town: Town of Lee

A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the budget will be made at this hearing.


BUDGET SUMMARY
Town of Lee - Fiscal Year 2010/2011
*THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF LEE ARE .8% MORE THAN LAST
YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


Millage Per $1,000
General Fund 6.38


GENERAL SPECIAL
FUND REVENUE
FUND


CASH BROUGHT FORWARD
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
AD VALOREM TAXES:
EST/REV/CHARGE FOR
SERVICES
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
FUND
OTHER TAXES
LICENSES PERMITS
FRANCHISE FEES
INTEREST EARNED
OTHER REVENUE
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES
RESERVES
TOTAL ESTIMATED
REV/BALANCES

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
STREET DEPT.
F&A
HUMAN SERVICES
DEBT SERVICES
PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENT
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
RESERVES

TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENbITURES
AND RESERVES


$ 0.


DEBT
SERVICE
FUND

$ 0.


ENTERPRISE TOTAL
FUND BUDGET


$ 0.


$43,603. MILLAGE PER $1000.
(6.38)


$ 0.

$73,082.
$ 3,297.
$18,132.
$ 500.
$ 32.383.


$29,646.


$ 96,416.

$4,200,000.


$ 0.
$ 43,603.

S 126,062.
$4,200,000.
$ 73,082.
$ 3,297.
$ 18,132.
$ 500.
$ 3283


$170,997. $29,646. $ 0. $4,296,416. $4,497,059.
$78,481. $12,253. $ 256,643. $ 347,377.

$249,478. $41,899. $ 0. $4,553,059. $4,844,436

$ 56,985. S 56,985.
$110,633. $ 96,416. $ 207,049
$ 2,500. $ 2,500.
$ 0. $ 0.
$ 879. $29,646. $ 4,200,000 $ 4,230,525.
$170,997. $29,646. $ 0. $4,296,416 $4,497,059
$ 78,481. $12.253. $ 0. $ 256.643. $ 347,377.
$249,478 $41,899. $ 0. $ 353,059. $4,844,436.


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND / OR FINAL, BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED
TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD








www. preene-ublishinp. corn


16 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Friday, September 24, 2010


Ill


'd


,7-


LTIONAL


[G AND F

WAYy


How A GOOD IDEA BECAME
A GREAT TRADITION
Over 100 years ago, hunters and anglers were the
earliest and most vocal supporters of conservation
and scientific wildlife management. They were the
first to recognize that rapid development and
unregulated uses of wildlife were threatening the
future of many species.
Led by fellow sportsman President Theodore
Roosevelt, these early conservationists called for the
first laws restricting the commercial slaughter of
wildlife. They urged sustainable use of fish and
game, created hunting and fishing licenses, and
lobbied for taxes on sporting equipment to provide
funds for state conservation agencies. These actions
were the foundation of the North American wildlife
conservation model, a science-based, user-pay
system that would foster the most dramatic
conservation successes of all time.
Populations of white-tailed deer, elk, antelope,
wild turkey, wood ducks and many other species
began to recover from decades of unregulated
exploitation.
During the next half-century, in addition to the
funds they contributed for conservation and their
diligent watch over the returning health of
America's outdoors, sportsmen worked countless


hours to protect and improve millions of acres of
vital habitat-lands and waters for the use and
enjoyment of everyone.
In the 1960s, hunters and anglers embraced the
era's heightened environmental awareness but were
discouraged that many people didn't understand the
crucial role that sportsmen had played-and continue
to play-in the conservation movement.
The first to suggest an official day of thanks to
sportsmen was Ira Joffe, owner of Joffe's Gun Shop
in Upper Darby, Pa. In 1970, Pennsylvania Gov.
Raymond Shafer adopted Joffe's idea and created
"Outdoor Sportsman's Day" in the state.
With determined prompting from the National
Shooting Sports Foundation, the concept soon
emerged on the floor of the U.S. Senate. In June 1971,
Sen. Thomas McIntyre, N.H., introduced Joint
Resolution 117 authorizing National Hunting and
Fishing Day on the fourth Saturday of every
September. Rep. Bob Sikes, Fla., introduced an
identical measure in the House. In early 1972,
Congress unanimously passed both bills.
On May 2, 1972, President Nixon signed the first
proclamation of National Hunting and Fishing Day,
writing, "I urge all citizens to join with outdoor
sportsmen in the wise use of our natural resources


< .Danny Ryals
2 .TAXIDERiMYY
7285 County Road 795
Live Oak, FL
386.362.1620


�rting

S
r I a s
and Pawn

Stop By And See Us For ALL
Your Hunting & Fishing Needs
Owner: Allen Sowell
169 S.W. Range Ave.
850-973-2701
^^3.2701^^^


Old Pavilion R.V. Park
A Campground


HOOK-UPS: Water * Sewer
Cable T.V. * Wireless Internet
Boathouse * Boat Ramp and Dodl


On The Gulf Of Mexico
850-578-2484 * Fax: 850-578-2934
Lynn Aibeieris * Owner * laibeierisi@atcom.net


NORTH AMERICA
MADISON BOTTLING PLANT

Best Wishes OD i
Fishing & Hunti r ,
Week! I


and in insuring their proper management for the
benefit of future generations."
By late summer, all 50 governors and over 600
mayors had joined in by proclaiming state and local
versions of National Hunting and Fishing Day. The
response was dramatic.
National, regional, state and local
organizations staged some 3,000 "open house"
hunting- and fishing-related events everywhere from
shooting ranges to suburban frog ponds, providing
an estimated four million Americans with a chance
to experience, understand and appreciate traditional
outdoor sports.
Over the years, National Hunting and Fishing
Day boasted many more public relations successes,
assisted by celebrities who volunteered to help
spotlight the conservation accomplishments of
sportsmen and women. Honorary chairs have
included George Bush, Tom Seaver, Hank Williams
Jr., Arnold Palmer, Terry Bradshaw, George Brett,
Robert Urich, Ward Burton, Louise Mandrell, Travis
Tritt, Tracy Byrd, Jeff Foxworthy and many other
sports and entertainment figures.
National Hunting and Fishing Day, celebrated
the fourth Saturday of every September, remains the
most effective grassroots efforts ever undertaken to
promote the outdoor sports and conservation.


Sout
HUNTII


Bay
CLUB


3087 N. County Rd. 53 * Mayo, FL 32066
Phone: (386) 294-1211 * Fax: (386) 294-3416
Email: cflat@windstream.net


WAUKEE NAH
, Fertilizer &Far
-r SUPPLY INC. 4
Fertilizer: Custom Blending Chemicals
Bag & Liquid Nitrogen Fencing Materials
Bulk Feed * Seed Veterinary Supplies
850-997-4460 * 850-997-4480
WA i A l,,l, ,/^V. k/\/;nl lW * Etf lo R ' 19 AA


IR & S Sports, Inc.
"Your Sports Headquarters"
VISIT OUR NEW LOCATION
3122 N Oak St Ext. Valdosta, GA
229-253-9533
(In Between Boothill & Jungle Gyms)


SEWIiton .IAT .I

e Specialize in Team Equipment & Uniform
Other location in Albany, GA



BASS TAXIDERMY
* Reasonable Prices *
* Quality Work *
In Business For Over 20 Years!
Owned & Operated by - Vivian Bass
850-973-4664
Madison, FL


4
I


mmml�


SHING


q***-*�qqqM


\sk /











Friday, September 24, 2010


www.greenepublishing.com



Farm & Outooors


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 17


Ammodump
International, LLC


formerly B& GP Enterprises


Hodgdon, IMR, Alliant Powder, In Stock

(850) 973-8880
ammodump@embarqmail.com
10 am to 4 pm Tues, Wed, Thur.
Call for weekend Gun Shows


Books Teach Students Environmental Lessons


was very impressed with
them." She gave out seed
packages as prizes for
correct answers to her
questions.
This school year,
Gardeners of Madison
County is one of the
clubs at Pinetta Elemen-
tary. "We'll do some-
thing for these kids each
month about the envi-
ronment, gardening and
teaching them how to do
flower arrangements,"


said Ballard.
As the holiday sea-
son approaches, third-
and fourth-graders at
Pinetta Elementary will
be making garland deco-
rated with fruits for the
Four Freedoms Festival
and Parade in downtown
Madison.
"Everybody's gar-
land will be tied togeth-
er," said Ballard. The
results should be spec-
tacular.


Exploring the environment at Pinetta Elementary, left to right, are the Garden Club's
teacher Peggy Ross, Marianne Green, teacher Kara Washington and Laura Coleman.
Students at Pinetta books to the students: tal message. The Lorax er over tra
Elementary received a The Lorax by Dr. Seuss defends trees in an in- "The s
visit recently from Madi- and The Wartville Wiz- dustrial land and The exceptional
son Garden Club mem- ard by Don Madden. Wartville Wizard deals haved," sa
bers. They read and Each book gives an with the problem of lit- lard, pres
donated two delightful important environmen- ter and how to have pow- Madison G


Submitted photo
Dolly Ballard,

sh.
students were
ally well-be-
aid Dolly Bal-
ident of the
arden Club. "I


Fish Day
Now Is The Time For Stocking
* 4-6" Channel Catfish $33 per 100
* 6-8" Channel Catfish $53 per 100
* Bluegill iCoppeinose & H,,'biid'
* Largemouth Bass * Blac k Crappie (If Avail.)
* Koi *8-11" Grass Carp * Fathead Ivlinnovs * Redear
We will sen;ice ou at
Farmers Supply in Valdosta, GA
Wed. Sept. 29 From: 8-9 AM
To Pre-order, Call:
Arkansas Pondstockers 1-800-843-4748
Walk Ups Welcome











18 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


www.greenepublishing.com


Friday, September 24, 2010


Licensed Junk Dealer
I Buy Junk vehicles and
heavy metal, free removal.

Other Services Available
Mowing, bush hogging,
clean up, etc
Call Kevin @
850-210-3137
6/23, rmtn, n/c


I CAN DO
Artificial Insemination and
Embryo Transfer. Certified in
AI through ABS and ET
through Texas A&M
850-661-6868

6/23, rt, n/c

I build Sheds, Decks &
Well Houses & I sell Steel
Buildings. Call Bob
850-242-9342
6/30, rtn, c

DUNN'S
Lawn Mower Repair
WELDING
New & Used Parts
Senior Citizen Discounts
Other Services Available
Mowing, Pressure Cleaning
& Clean-up

850-973-4723
2089 NE State Road 6
Madison, FL 32340
ANYTHING LEFT OVER 7 DAYS
WILL BE SOLD
rtn, n/c


Wanted: Chickens, turkeys,
guineas and peafowl.
850-661-6868
rtn, n/c

Wanted: BAND SAWMILL
CALL 850-973-4004. IF NO
ANSWER, PLEASE LEAVE
NAME, TELEPHONE NUMBER
AND INFO ABOUT THE MILL


Wanted: 4-wheel drive trac-
tor with front end loader &
backhoe Call Tommy
Greene 8 - 5 Monday - Fri-
day @ 973-4141

rtn, n/c


Australian Western Saddle
brand new with tags on it:
comes with blanket, two bri-
dles, two breastplates (one
custom made), and saddle
stand. Call 850-545-5764

10/21, ri, n/c

Children's Dresses...

Size 3 - white long dress,
worn as flower girl dress, se-
quin/beadwork all on bodice,
sequin/beadwork/appliques
on bottom, built in crinoline.
-$50

Size 4 - off white dress,
worn as flower girl dress,
lace work around
bodice, pretty lace work at
bottom, cap sleeves - $25

Size 7-8 - off white dress,
worn as a flower girl dress,
overlay of lace
over entire dress, probably
knee to calf length - $25

Size 8 - white, long dress,
lace around neck with deco-
rative bodice - $25

Size 16 - white long pageant
gown, cap sleeves, white se-
quin work across entire
bodice and sleeves, buttons
around neck with circular
cut-out on back, beautiful
gown - $100

Teen dresses..

Size 7-8 - Kelli green gown,
lace overlay - $40

Size 8 - red gown, se-
quin/bead work around
bodice - $50

Size 14 (child's size 14 but
dress is for a teen division
approximately 13-15) -
GORGEOUS lime green
dress, strapless but with
spaghetti straps that cress
cross across the back, se-
quins spotted across the en-
tire gown, built in crinoline -
absolutely gorgeous. - $300
(paid over $500 for it)

Call 850-973-3497
and leave message.
3/3, ritn n/c


Diamond Plate Alum. Pick-
up truck tool boxes.
Various sizes. $50 each. Call
973-4172 - 8am-5pm M-F
5/6-rtn,n/c

BUSINESS CLOSING
SALE: phones $20, ship-
ping scale $30, embroidery
software $50, standing
clothing rack $20, wireless
router $35, if interested call
850-673-1589 - Doug or
850-673-1776 - Sherry

9/3, rtn, ni



Classif ieds

$12 (for 20 words or less)
Wednesday and Friday.
Your ad will also
be on our website
FREE of charge
www.greenepublishing.com





1 bedroom, 1 bath house,
large living room/dining
room, screened porch, stor-
age shed, double carport,
private, no pets, near Blue
Springs off Hwy 6. 1 year
lease with references.
$550 per month, $550 se-
curity deposit, 423-845-
0590


I 9/22, rtn, c

WORRY FREE LIVING
2 bedroom 2 bath on fishing
Lake, no repair bills, no tax-
es, no insurance, no lawn
maintenance, no garbage fee,
no water bill, appliances in-
cluded, 1 year lease, taking
applications, unfurnished
$800/month, $800 security
deposit, furnished
$1200/month, $1200 security
deposit and includes utilities,
850-973-3025
9/15, 9/22, pd

For Rent: 2 bedroom mobile
home, remodeled
Call 869-0916


9/10, rtn, c


Madison Heights
Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed
for low income families
150 SW Burngardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 711
Equal Housing
Opportunity
8/11, rti ll ,


&outhem llasof

C0adison apartments


Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582,
TDD/TTY 711. 315 SW
Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing
Opportunity



Greenville JPointe

^Apartments

$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
Opportunity
rtn


Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for
Senior's and Disabled.
1 & 2BR
HUD vouchers accept-
ed Call 850-973-3786 -
TTY Acs 711.
404 SW Sumatra Rd,
Madison
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity
Provider and Employer



EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
rtn,cc


Trade In
28'x44' 3/2 doublewide
with metal roof for only
$7,000.00 OBO. Call Eric @
386-752-1452
jetdec @windstream.net
8/25 - 9/22, c

No Money Down
That's right nothing down if
you own your land! Interest
rates as low as 5%. Call Eric
@ 386-752-1452
jetdec @windstream.net
8/25 - 9/22, c

Brand New 2011
4/2 doublewide, setup & del
for only $39,995.00 or pay-
mens of $265.00 a month!
Call Eric @
386-752-1452 or
jetdec @windstream.net
8/25 - 9/22, c

Doublewide for sale
cheap, call quick for best
selection. Singles too
386-752-5355


County Camp Road
acres, city water, cle
Owner Financing
$2,500 down, $229/ n
Call Chip Begg
850-973-4116.
8


1/2 acre buildable rur
for sale. Well, Pole, ca
road frontage, 535 SW
Earnhardt Rd., Madiso
$13,000. 850-584-6880
9/8,


Shift MGRS-Fast Food. Full time
positions available at Monticello location.
Arby's experienced preferred. Must be
customer oriented, have good
understanding of food costs, personnel
management, and team building, Email
resume to
kbenson @fasttrackstores.com
Or fax to 352-333-1161
or call Ken at 352-250-8854


Temporary Position

Someone that can speak, spell & type the King's language
correctly, no exceptions. Research & typesetting of books to
be published. Job could last approximately 60-90 days or
more. Call Tommy Greene @ 973-4141 Monday - Friday,
8 am - 5 pm
9/24, rm, n/c


Clinical Director-Mental
9/8, rtn, c Health Services for a 30 bed
female Juvenile Justice pro-
gram in Greenville, FL. A
Master's degree and licen-
sure in a mental health relat-
ed field, as well as two years
experience in direct mental
1, 1.8 health service delivery re-
ared. quired. Also applicant must
with have supervisory skills.
nonth. Candidates must pass a DJJ
s background screen, drug
screening and physical in or-
/18, rtn, c der to be considered.

Contact Mrs. Brown @
ral lot 850-948-4220 or Fax re-
nopy sumes to 850-948-4227.
Bryan Email:
n annie.brown
@youthservices.com
9/22, 9/29, c


- 9/29, pd


For Sale:
House & Lot
In the Town of Suwannee
was $135,000, Now $99,000.
2 BR/1 BA. Fully Furnished,
New Metal Roof, and New
Paint. Utility Building with
Washer and Dryer. Nice Fruit
Trees. 386-719-0421
rtin, n/c






Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage.
Corner lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Dr.
& Highway 53 South.
Enterprise Zone
Natural gas line, 8 inch wa-
ter main, access to city utili-
ties, fire hydrant, and service
from two power companies.
Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14.
Will build to suit tenant or
short or long term lease.
Call Tommy Greene 850-
973-4141
rtn, n/c





Estate Property For Sale

Like new 2005 2 bedroom,
2 bath mobile home partial-
ly furnished and fenced
with 2 buildings and carport
with 3 lots on corner of
Blue Springs Church Rd
next to Blue Springs State
Park near Nestle Waters.
receipts total $93,000, make
offer, 704-929-9325, serious
inquiries only
8/25 - 9/15, pe
















Piano lessons are now being
offered for individuals who
are beginners or veteran
players who wish to build or
polish their skills. Lessons
are one-on-one and reason-
ably priced! For more infor-
mation, please call (850)
464-0114 or (850) 973-4622.


6/18, rtn, n/c


Experienced Mechanic
Needed for general farm
equipment. Ideal applicant is
dependable and trustworthy.
Welding and mechanical ex-
perience needed. Compensa-
tion equivalent to experience.
Excellent opportunity with a
drug-free workplace. Please
fax resume to 850-971-0006

7/21, rtn, n/c


Mystery Shoppers
earn up to $150 per day un-
der cover shoppers needed to
judge retail and dining estab-
lishments. No experience
required. Call
888-731-1180
9/1-9/29, pd


CALL EMERALD TO LIST YOUR CLASSIFIED STATE-
WIDE AT 850-973-4141


Announcements

NOTICE: Calling this
number will subject you
to HUGE savings on
statewide advertising in
over 100 newspapers. Ad-
vertising Networks of
Florida, Put us to work
for You! (866)742-1373
www.florida-classi-
fieds.com.

Equipment For Sale

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

Financial

IT'S YOUR MONEY!
Lump sums paid for
structured settlement or
fixed annuity payments.
Rapid, high payouts. Call
J.G. Wentworth. (866)294-
8772. A+ Better Business
Bureau rating.

$Lawsuit Cash$ Ad-
vances. Waiting for a le-
gal settlement? Get Cash
NOW! Lowest Fees! Fast
Approval! (888)495-8931

Buried in Debt? Want to
Save Thousands & Elimi-
nate Your Debt up to
60%? We Can HELP! Call
NOW for a FREE Consul-
tation! (888)496-3167 Rated
"A" with the BBB!


Help Wanted
DRIVERS--ASAP! New
Pay Increase! 37-43 cpm
Fuel Bonus -up to 4cpm!
Need CDL-A & 3 mos re-
cent OTR (877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com

Drivers - FOOD TANKER
DRIVERS NEEDED OTR
positions available NOW!
CDL-A w/ Tanker REQ'D.
Outstanding pay & Bene-
fits! Call a recruiter TO-
DAY! (877)484-3042
www.oakleytransport.co
m

Drivers-CDL-A drivers.
No experience, no prob-
lem! Need more training?
We can help. Must be 23.
(888)632-5230.
www.JoinWiltrans.com

Colonial Life seeks entre-
preneurial professional
with sales experience to
become a District Manag-
er. Life/Health license is
required. Substantial
earnings potential.
Please contact mered-
ith.brewer@coloniallife.c
om or call (904)424-5697

Drivers-CDL/A $2,000
SIGN-ON BONUS! Start
up to .42 CPM. Good
Home Time and Benefits.
OTR Experience Re-
quired. No Felonies.
Lease Purchase Avail-
able. (800)441-4271 x FL-
100

Miscellaneous

AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for high paying
Aviation Maintenance


Career. FAA approved
program. Financial aid if
qualified - Housing avail-
able. CALL Aviation In-
stitute of Maintenance
(866)314-3769.

Government Sponsored
Program Subject pay-
ment Of Your Electric
Bill Must Be A Home
Owner, (No Renters) Up
to a 1,000.00 Utility Credit
Get a 3,000.00 tax credit
for 2011 Call to see if you
Qualify (877)791-6142

Out of Area Real Estate

BUY N.C. MOUNTAIN
LAND NOW! Lowest
prices ever! Bryson City
2.5acres, spectacular
views, paved road. High
altitude. Easily accessi-
ble, secluded. $45,000.
Owner financing:
(800)810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com

Schools & Education

Heat & Air JOBS - Ready
to work? 3 week acceler-
ated program. Hands on
environment. Nationwide
certifications and Local
Job Placement Assis-
tance! (877)994-9904

Sporting Goods

NATIONAL ARMS
SHOW GUN SHOW SEPT.
25-26 SAT. 9-5 & SUN. 10-5
ATLANTA EXPO CEN-
TER (3650 JONESBORO
RD SE) EXIT #55 OFF I-
285 BUY-SELL-TRADE
INFO: (563)927-8176


HAPPY BIRTHDAY ADS

-n Now Just

P$25!




Wish someone a Happy Birthday in

The Madison Carrier or

The Enterprise-Recorder.
Call Mary Ellen, Jeanette or Dorothy

973-4141


Deadline For Classifieds

(850) 973-4141
CLASSIFI DS 3:00 p.m. Every Monday


I


c












Friday, September 24, 2010


www.greenepublishing.com


Madison Enterprise-Recorder * 19


I LEGAL


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DAVID M PAULK II, the holder of the
following certificate has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the
property, and name in which it is assessed is as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO.: 08-598-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2008
NAME INWHICH ASSESSED:
PERPETUAL ENERGY CORPORATION OF FLORIDA
PARCEL ID: 28-1N-09-3943-002-000

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The 20 acre tract that is East of the West 20 acre
tract of the North 40 acres of the Southwest Quarter of Section 11, Township
1 North, Range 9 East, that is West of the West right-of-way line of State
Road C-591, the Old Rocky Ford Road, Madison County, Florida

All of said property being in the County of Madison, State of Florida. Un-
less such certificate shall be redeemed according to the law, the property de-
scribed in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the west front
door at the Madison County Courthouse on the 19th day of October 2010 at
11:00 a.m.
Dated this 10th day of September 2010.

TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON COUNTY
MADISON, FLORIDA
BY: Karen Holman
DEPUTY CLERK

9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8


BID NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison
County, Florida will be accepting bids for the following:
Furnishing all needed materials, equipment, labor and supervision, including
Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) to: fine grade and compact limerock installed
by Madison County and pave NW Flowers Road from CR 150 to NW Ham-
burg Road, including the intersection of NW Flowers Road at NW Hamburg
Road, for a distance of approximately 0.63 miles (3,405 LF). This Project is
known as NW Flowers Road Paving Project Number 2010 - 04.
Bids may be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners by depositing
same at the Board office located in the Madison County Courthouse Annex,
Room 219, 112 East Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida 32340, or Post Office
Box 539, Madison, Florida 32341 anytime prior to 5:00 PM on Friday, Octo-
ber 1, 2010. ANY BIDS RECEIVED AFTER SUCH DATE AND TIME
WILL NOT BE OPENED AND/OR CONSIDERED. Bid must be clearly
marked with the project number printed on the outside of the front of the
bid envelope as follows: NW Flowers Road Paving Project 2010 - 04.
All Contractors bidding this project must be pre-qualified with the Florida
Department of Transportation to be considered.
Bid Specifications, as well as other pertinent documents, may be obtained
from the Madison County Road Department office located at 2060 NE Rocky
Ford Road (C-591), 2 miles north of Madison, telephone # 850-973-2156, be-
ginning Monday, September 20, 2010. Each contractor interested in bidding
these projects is strongly urged to obtain copies of the bid package immedi-
ately in order to have time to review it and visit the project location.
Madison County reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any
or all bids.
Bids will be opened on Monday, October 4, 2010 at 9:00 AM in the Madison
County Board of County Commissioners meeting room, after which all bids
will be available for public inspection. Award by the Board of County Com-
missioners is scheduled for Wednesday, October 6, 2010 during the regularly
scheduled meeting. All contractors will be notified in writing of the success-
ful bidder.

9/17, 9/22, 9/24


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Pursuant to a WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued in the County Court of Lee County, Florida, on the 14th day of June,
2007 in the cause wherein MIDLAND FUNDING LLC, AS SUCCESSOR IN
INTEREST TO FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. OSCAR
ALVIN HENDERSON, Defendant, being Case No. 07-CC-001212 in said
Court.
I, Benjamin J. Stewart, as Sheriff of Madison County, Florida, have levied
upon all the right, title and interest of the Defendant, OSCAR ALVIN HEN-
DERSON, in and to the following described property lying and situated in
Madison County, Florida, to wit:
2006 Chevrolet Silverado, VIN # 1GCHK23D86F185525
and on the 5th day of October, 2010 at Ben's Towing wrecker yard, 439 NE
Daylily Ave., Madison, Florida at the hour of 11:00 A.M., or as soon there-
after as possible, I will offer for sale all of the said defendant's, OSCAR
ALVIN HENDERSON, right, title, and interest in aforesaid property at pub-
lic outcry and will sell the same, subject to all taxes, prior liens, encum-
brances and judgments, if any, to the highest and best bidder or bidders for
CASH IN HAND. The proceeds to be applied as far as may be to the pay-
ment of costs and the satisfaction of the above described execution. The
property will be available for inspection at Ben's Towing wrecker yard be-
tween the hours of 10:00 AM through 11:00 AM the morning of the sale.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding
should contact the Clerk of Court, telephone (850) 973-1500, no later than
seven (7) days prior to the proceeding.
Benjamin J. Stewart, as Sheriff
Of Madison County, Florida
By: Bill Hart
Deputy Sheriff
9/3, 9/10, 9/17, 9/24


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING OF THE
NORTH FLORIDA BROADBAND AUTHORITY
OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
The North Florida Broadband Authority ("NFBA") announces a meeting of
the NFBA Operations Committee that all interested persons are invited to
attend. The NFBA is a legal entity and public body created pursuant to the
provisions of Section 163.01, Florida Statutes, and an Interlocal Agreement
among Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Jefferson,
Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, Union and Wakulla
Counties and municipalities of Cedar Key, Cross City, Lake City, Live Oak,
Monticello, Perry, White Springs and Worthington Springs, Florida. The
NFBA's Operations Committee meeting will be held at 11:00 a.m. on
Wednesday, October 6, 2010; at Courtyard by Marriott, 3700 SW 42nd
Street, Gainesville, Florida 32608. The NFBA's Operational Committee
meeting will be to conduct general business of the committee. If a person de-
cides to appeal any decision made by the NFBA with respect to any matter
considered at the meeting, such person will need a record of the proceedings
and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, including the testi-
mony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be made. In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodation
or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding or have any questions
please contact Faith Doyle, Clerk to the NFBA Board at (877) 552-3482 or
(407) 629-6900 at least one (1) business day prior to the date of the meeting.

9/24



Exercise

Your Brain.
lead The \T sla /

Studies show that read- -
ing keeps the mind
sharp. Give your brain a
boost. Subscribe to the
newspaper and open
your eyes and your
mind to a world of
information.

GREENEfi -" z
Publishing, Inc.
P.O. Drawer 772 * Madison, FL
850-973-4141



HAPPY BIRTHDAY ADS

HNow Just

$25!




Wish someone a Happy Birthday in

The Madison Carrier or

The Enterprise-Recorder.
Call Mary Ellen, Jeanette or Dorothy

973-4141








BURIED IN CREDIT

CARD DEBT?
We Can Saie Olt FrOuSAfjOS *1 Do.,ar & hel ' 0u EiJJinr.t OL' __ __
RATED'A' WITH THE BBB' Le,. ).:u poa- r.' S,1 Ha 3.
Call NOW for your FREE Consultation
hI,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2010-61-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARGARET BOSWELL PAGE, Deceased


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MARGARET BOSWELL PAGE, de-
ceased, whose date of death was July 25, 2010; is pending in the Circuit
Court for Madison County, Florida, Probate Division; File Number 2010-61
-CP; the address of which is Madison County Courthouse, Madison,
Florida. The name and address of the Personal Representative and the Per-
sonal Representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, and who have been served a copy of this notice, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
TY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or de-
mands against the decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS SEP-
TEMBER 24, 2010.


Attorney for Personal Representative:
ERNEST M. PAGE, III.
Florida Bar No. 308536
Post Office Box 578
Madison, Florida 32341


Personal Representative:
Ernest M. Page, III
Post Office Box 578
Madison, Florida 32341


9/24, 10/1


GRE EN E
Publishing, Inc.



Fill out the form below and send it in to:

_Greene Publishing, Inc.
P.O. Drawer 772 * Madison, FL 32341
W-- With money order or check payment
made out to Greene Publishing, Inc. in the
amount for the In or Out-of-County rate

1 $35 In County $45 Out-of-County

| Name:
M Addess --------- -----------I
SAddress:

C ity:-- - -

State: Zip:
Phone:

L -------------------J


Calling this number

will subject you to


HUGE savings

on statewide

advertising


1-866-742-1373




ADVERTISING NETWORK OF FLORIDA

Classified I Display | Metro Dadly


Florida Home Auctions Sep 21 - Oct 8
Nominal Opening Bids
from $1,000
For details, see
williamsauction.com

Many Available _ _
for Online wiIAMs a&wiIAMs
S :.' ' ' . i ' : . . Bidding world dereal estate.a. on
..U... . 800.801.8003


D P0RE'w
ADOPTION +
rnIl _, lf , n,, I " ', f


rg
1-800-96,adopt adoptflorida.o E l








www.greenepublishing.com


20 Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Friday, Sseptember 24, 2010




Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ETPXG60OC_7FPN8B INGEST_TIME 2011-05-31T21:29:05Z PACKAGE UF00028405_00450
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES



PAGE 1

F n / , 8F f f f b n t & /, ,B( ?F /+ B ? 8 (8 1 8?, -? ( 9 + / / *( -% ! / 8 *( & 8?9 ?/ /? ( ? ,9 ? / B ' ?(/ /!! ? ?& 1 8? ' , ? 7 9 1 B? /( + * B ?(/ B ?(/ 9+ ? ! / 8 ?B 8 F 1 ? 4 A#4 & C ? ( 9 ( % & + ?/ 8 (9 , / -F ! / 8 ?& & ( +8/ ! &( ! ?? F ! " 8 C( (+ 8? D&/ D 9 9 &/? (& /, (C9( / * ( 1 8 ( + ? &(9 &/ , (n * ' 9 / C ( ++ 4 t ? , 9 ?&? 8 / -? ! /8 B? (/8 (-% ' 1 ? ? ?& ( 8 ' 1 8?, -? (? F b + + + / ? / / B -? F / A## nn nn n t n % %% ! $ " bn( b( &t ( $ ! bn# ! $ ! b f! ' # ! b r" f! %%% ! $" f f r r t t t t f f n n b b f '%*$ (%$ b "( " (( ( n + & % $) (& $ %$( ) % $ " *$ ) $ , t % %" b f , $ (%$ * '$ r ! # r t nt # " fb t LocalWeatherFri9/24 93/71 Amixofcloudsandsunwiththe chanceofanisolatedthunderstorminthe.Sat9/25 89/71 Scatteredthunderstorms.Highsin theupper80sandlowsinthelow70s.Sun9/26 88/70 Scatteredthunderstormspossible.Mon9/27 89/70 Afewthunderstormspossible.Tue9/28 89/71 Scatteredthunderstormspossible.AmericanProfileHometownContent Service LocalWeatherFri9/24 93/71 Amixofcloudsandsunwiththe chanceofanisolatedthunderstorminthe.Sat9/25 89/71 Scatteredthunderstorms.Highsin theupper80sandlowsinthelow 70s.Sun9/26 88/70 Scatteredthunderstormspossible.Mon9/27 89/70 Afewthunderstormspossible.Tue9/28 89/71 Scatteredthunderstormspossible.AmericanProfileHometownContent Service LocalWeatherFri9/24 93/71 Amixofcloudsandsunwiththe chanceofanisolatedthunderstorminthe.Sat9/25 89/71 Scatteredthunderstorms.Highsin theupper80sandlowsinthelow 70s.Sun9/26 88/70 Scatteredthunderstormspossible. Mon9/27 89/70 Afewthunderstormspossible.Tue9/28 89/71 Scatteredthunderstormspossible.AmericanProfileHometownContent Service LocalWeatherFri9/24 93/71 Amixofcloudsandsunwiththe chanceofanisolatedthunderstorminthe.Sat9/25 89/71 Scatteredthunderstorms.Highsin theupper80sandlowsinthelow 70s.Sun9/26 88/70 Scatteredthunderstormspossible.Mon9/27 89/70 Afewthunderstormspossible. Tue9/28 89/71 Scatteredthunderstormspossible.AmericanProfileHometownContent Service btrf t t n n t t b b n n f f r r b b b tr f tb t f bff btrf nrb F> n / > , 8F ff f b n t >9 ,, 8 > +(, ( % >?/>( ' 9 ?+ +>D( 9 & ( + 9 >!/8 >!8 >& 9 > 9 1/ ?? > (> f ( 9 /4 -? +F >& >D 9 > ? > >+/+ 9 ?/8 > -> 9 * >1 /1+ >? />+ ? & (, >& * >?& (8> D(9 & ( + 9 ! /8> &( , 4> b >9 ( > ?& ?> & > D/B + " E> ?& >D(9 & ( + 9 > !/8 >! 8 4 >b ( >/? >, ?( /> ?& ? > ( 9 B 8 / , 1( 9 >D /B + > 8 1 + > D (' 9 &( +9> D (? & >/> B ?( + > ?/ ? & > 87 9 > / D84 >b > D 9 >/?> ' ? B ++F > / (% >! 8 > D/8*: >? & >/ , ' 1 F > & > D 9 > D/8*(% > ! / 8 > D/B + 1 F > ! /8 > ?& > 8 1 + , ? > D ( ' 9 & ( + 4 > C8 + >1 / 1+ > D&/ > *D ? & ?> ? & ( 8 >D ( 9& ( + 9 > D 8 / * F > D ? > /B ? > > 9 D > 8 *9 ( > ?& (8 > D ( 9 & ( + 9 4 >t? >(9 > ' +( C > ?& ? > ?& > , > & (, 9 + ! > 1 B ? ? & > 8 *9 > ?& 8 4 > & > , >D & /> D 9 > 8( C ( % >A H 0 H> / % > & 8 % 8 >D 9 > ' C (9 > F > , 1 +/F 9 > /!> ? & > 9 ?/ 8 ? / >+ C 4> & > , > D/ B+ > /? + C > B ? ( +> /> B 9 ? /, 8>% /?>/> n n n n b n t n n t f b f F > -, > ( 9 > n / > ,8 F >t > , > > ( ? > !/ 8 > , F/8 / ! > 4 t > 91 -?> ,F > 8+F> &( +&/ / F 89 >(> > !/8 >,/ C(-% > ?/ f / -? ( + +/4 > t ->0 . ; >t >, /C * >?/ > > -> t> &C > -> 8 9 ( -?> !/ 8 > ? &>1 9 ? > A @> F 89 4 >/! >?& >% 8 ? 9 ? >&//8 9 > /! , F >+ (! > , > ( -> A H H < > D & -> t > D 9 &/ 9 -> 79 > ( ?( G -> / ! > ?& > 84 > >%8 B ? > /! > n ! !8 9/ / B -? F >b(% &> &/ / + > r/ 8? & + /8 ( >n B (/ 8 > / + + % > + / 8 ( >?? > -( C 8 9 ( ? F> t> &C D / 8 * > !/ 8> f f fb n t 9( > 0.. @ > D ( ? &> >? D/ 'F 8 & ( ?B9> !8 / , > ?& > ) /> D&8 > t > D 9 >!8 + > D 8 (? 8 > ->D /8 * 9> > D 9> (8 ? / 8 > -> 9 +9 , ! / 8 > f > (/4 >t > A H H ; >t &(C > /> / ! >? & > &(% &9? & / -/ 89 > 9 ?/D > F> ? & >+/ 8( 8 99 > 9 9/ ( ? ( / ->D& ->t> D 9 &/ 9 -> ?&? > F 8 7 9 > &( -( -%> ? 84 t > , > / 8-> %( ->? &-*9 > ?/ ? & >+ // >/ !> ,F>/ 8 >-> C ' ( / 8 > n 9 B9> & 8 (9 ? 4> 9 >, F/ 8 > t> D ( + + > +( 9 ? -> ?/ > ?& 1 / 1 + > t > D ( + +> > &/-9 ? >-> t D ( + + >/>D & ?> (9 >8 (% &? >! / 8 > ? & / , ,B -(?F 4>t> +( C >?& ? >&/ ' 9 ?F > > > +( 9 ? -( -% > 8 > 8 > ?& * F 9> ?/ > / (%>D& ? >( 9 >8 ( % &? 4> t D -?> ?/> 9 > 1 /1+ > ( -> >18 / 9 ' 1 8 4>t > + ( C >? & ? >? &8 >(9>8/ / , ! / 8 >% 8 /D ? & >(-> /B 8 > ? / D> B? > ? & %8 / D ? & >& 9>? / > > &+ >(-> D F > ?& ? > D(+ + >& + 1>? & >? / D7 9 8 9 ( ? 9> >/ ? > &B8 ? > ? & ,4 > t !> t> , *> > ,(9? * > 9>, F ' / 8 > t >D (++ > ,( ? > , F> , (9? * > D/ 8* > ? / > 8 ? (! F> ? & > 9(? B ? (/ 4> t */ D >? & ? >t >D(+ + > 9 8 C >? & >89( ' ? 9 >/ !> ? & > / D-> /!> 4 > & C / ( >(9 > (,1/ 8? ? 4 > &>C /( D (+ + > > & 8 4 > t > -/ B8 % > C 8F / >D &/ (9 > 8 % (9 ? 8 > ? / >C /? > ( -> ? & > % ' 8 + > + ? (/ 4 >t !>F /B > 8 > >89( ' ? > / !> ? & >/ D ->/ !> >t D/ B+ > 118 ( ? > F/ B8 > C / ? >/ r / C4 > A 4 t f f f n r f b f f f b n t n f b t b f b n n r r ff n f f nr rn f b n t t n f n > f (9 /->+ D> /! " 8 > D9> 8 1/8 ? +F >?&8 ?>&>? /> 1+/F>&(9>? 98 >% (-9? >>9B) ?>/->B 9F C (-%4 > /8 (%> ? /> >f(9/>/+( > 18 ?, -?>8 1/8? /> B 9 F > 1?4 > A0 > ? ><$ $>1 4, 4> ? +4> -?&/F> -> /' B? > > ? 8! " >9 ? /1> /> >D &(? > !/B8'//8 >f 8B8 F> !/8 > ? 8! " >C(/+ ? (/-> ? >? & > (-? 8 9 ? (/> /!>n/8->->f/9 ' +F> ? 8 ? 94 > & > ? & >C &( +9> , >? /> > 8 9? > ?& >8 (C8 >2f>4 n ,9 3 > E( ? > ?& > C &( + >> %>&/++ 8 (-%> 9 8 ,(-% > ? >? & > /!" 8 4> ? +4> -> C(9 >n, 9>?/> % ? * >(->& (9 > C&( + 4> ? > ?& (9> ? (, > n,9>D+* >?/ D89> ?+4> 9 8 ,(-% > -> B8 9(-%> ? >? & >/! "8 >++(%>& (9> "9?> B 1 (> > ?& 8 ? -(-%>,-8 4>? +4>> C(9>n, 9 >? / 1 +> &( 9> &9 > />?& >&//>/! >? & >8 4>n, 9>8 ! B9> ? / / ,1+F> -> /-? (B> &/++ 8 (-%> ->98, (-% >?> ? & /!" 8 4 > ? +4 > -> D(? &8 D>&( 9> A<> ?9 8> ->C(9 >n,9 ? & 8 > ,/8 > ? (, 9> ? /> /,1+F> D(? &>&(9>/8 89 4>?>?&(9 ? (, >n, 9 >? 9 > B 1>-> +(-& >&(9>"9?>-> 9? ? 5 ?9 > , >? 9 >, 46 ? +4 > -> 1+/ F >&(9> ?9 8> 9?8 (* (-% > n, 9> (->? & & 9 ?> 8 4 n, 9 > D9 >? & -> 1+ > B8> 88 9? >->?8 -91/8? ' > ? />? & > /B?F> )(+4> &(+> ? >? & > ) (+>n, 9> , > 9 ? ? , -? >?/>/! " 89>? &? >D& ->& >% ?9>/B?>/!>)(+>& >D(++ BF>> %B->!/8 >? & >E? >? (, >& >(9>9? /1 1> F>?&> 1/+(4 n, 9 >D9 > &8 % > D (?&> (9/8 8+F >/-B?> 8 9(9? ' (% > 88 9? > D(? &/B? >C(/+ > ->/8 8B 1? ( /->F> ?&8 ? % (-9 ?> >1B+(> /!"(+4 b b f n n bn F> n/> ,8F ff f b nt & > /B8 ?&> --B +>/??>& /,9 f , /8( +> ( >91/-9/8 > F>?& > /,,B -(?F > /+B? 8 >( 8>1 8? ' , ?> D(++>>& +>/-> ?B8 F>?4>. 4> %( 9?8?(/-> %(-9>?>;@H>4 ,4 > ? ? &> "8 >9? ?(/ >+/ ?> ?>@A<> r/8?& b D F>A##>(-> 4 > & > "89?> (*> D(++> + C> /B?> ?> . 4, 4 >! 8/,>?& >"8> 18?, -?4> & > 9 / >1 / (? > D( ++ > >(8C( ++4 > &>?&(8>1/(-?> D(++>>(f / -?( ++/4 > &> !/B8 ?& >1/(-?>D (++> >(( 99 ( 4> & >-(-%>1/(-?>D(++>> ?>?4 f 8*94> 9 >(+ B > A H>1 8 > (* >/ & -: > 0H>! >18>8(8:> ->>#>!/ 8> & (?( /-+> &-4 > & 8> D(++>+9/> > >#H=#H> 8D (-% 4> /8 >, /8 >(!/ 8,? (/ > /? ? n (, >C/ -> / -> ?>/79 >B?/, /?(C >? 2 #H3>.; @' <$#H4 >, ->D 9 > 88 9 ? > / ->? 8 9 19 9 > -> 8B% > & 8 %9 >/ f / F > -(% &? 4> /8 ( -% >? /> > f ( 9/ ->/+ ( > 1 8? ,-? >8 1/ 8? >/ f / F > 1 ? 4 >A H > ?> 0H # H >1 4,4 > % ?4> &8 ( 9> / /* 9 > -> ? + 4> 8 ( ( + 8 ?> D8 > / -B ?( -% > > !// ?> 1? 8 / + >/ !> f ( 9/ -> b( % &? 9 D &-> / ?&>/ !" 8 9 >/ 9 8C > 9 &8 > n ,9 >/->? &>18 / 18 ' ? F4> /? &> / !" 8 9 > &>18 ( /8 > * -/D + %> / ! > 9 & 8 > n, 9 & C ( -% > > ? 8 9 1 9 9 >D 8-( -% > !/ 8> f (9 / -> b ( % &?94> ?> ? &( 9 >? (, >/ !" 8 9 >, > /-? ? > D( ? &> n , 9 > 1 + >& (, > B8 > 88 9 ? > ! / 8 >? 8 9 19 9 (-% > !? 8 >D8 -( -% 4> &( +> 1 ? ?( -% >n ,9 >/ D ->! / 8> D 1/ -9 >! /8 > &' B! " -%> ? +4> ( + 8? > ( 9 / C8 > >9 , + +>% >/ !> ,8 () B >( & (9> 1 / * ?4> 9 & 8 > n , 9 > D 9 > & 8 %> D ( ? &> ?8 9 19 9 > !? 8 >D 8 ' ( -%> > 1 / 9 9 9 9 ( /-> /! >,8 ( )B > +9 9 >? & -> AH >%8 ,94 r f b t n r n fr b r r tn f b

PAGE 2

t ; > 6 ;) 5>" ; ' ; % f ) '; ; ' @ 6 ' ;) ! ! B ' "6 ' )@ 2 5 >"; 6 ' " 6 f ) 5 f ; ;5 6 3 % % " ' ! ) 5; ;) ';" + ) +% ;) ; & ) 5 ) ; 6 )) 6/ 5 ) & ' >; 5" ;" )' % 6; ' + )" '; ); )) 5) >+6 5 + $ @ " ; ' > ; 5" '; 67 + 5 )? " "' @ " 5 ' ) ?" ;&" ' &" ' 5 %6 5 ' '; ")A "'; 6 @"; @ %) 5" 6/ 6 ) ) 5) > + 6 % 6 ) 6 ) &> )% ) 5 ' ; A;>5 ; ) ) >5 & % 6 7 B ) >5 + % ; @ ) >% % )) $ 6) >% % @ " ; )>; ; &/ ';5 ) 5 " 6 6 ) ';5 )% 5 " ;6 5>" ;6 ' ? ;% 6 ) 5 + 5 )?"" ' " &+)5; '; ' > ;5" ';6 )5 )+ ! ;" & % "% 5 )@ ; @ " ; & ' & '; ' 5 )' ! " "6 6 / ' B 5 6 ) ' ) +;"& "6 ;" b % ; B )+% =D*D 6 ; *D B 5 ) % ) ;;" ' & 5" '6 ;) " ' 5 6 ; "5 "%B )'6 >&+;") ' ) 5 >";6 ' ? ;% 6 6 + 5; ) ' ) 5 ; ;) " '5 6 ; + ) + >% ;" ) '46 )? 5 % % % ; / ) % @6 ;) ; 8. ) &5 " '6 ;) ; &)5 ; ' ;@ ) 5 > "; 6 5? "'6 B ' D. ;) ; ; 5 ) 5 & ) 5 6 5 ?"'6 ) ? ; ! % 6 / b 5 @ 5 *D B 5 6 % ; 5 ' > 66 @ ;1 r) 6 ;; "6 % )6 ;) 5 "' ; ) % 6/ t ' ; " 5 5 6; 6>5 ? B ) 6 ;;6 )' > ; " ' =D D( ; 5 % 6 5 +)5 ; )' 5 > "; ' ? ;% 6 ) ' ! 6> &+ ; " ) ' ; ; " ? 6 + ) ) 5 6 )@ "'/ t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t B) > 5 ) ' ; ) % % ; ; "& ; $ ) ) %) ' / r ; >5 4 6 )5 " " ' % 6 ; )) + $ 5>" ; ; ) ) !! + $ ' ' ++% ) 5 ' B 5 6 5>" ; @ ' % ?" ' ; ) >6 / f" A 5 >"; 6 & ) ) ; " ) 5 5 $ 6 ; ' ; $ " ; "' ; 5/ ) % % >+ ; )5; " % % ; ; " 6 %% @ " ; ? ; %6 ) 5 +' >; >; ; 5 ' 6% " 5>" ;/ ' ; " ' ; 5 6; > 5 ' ; )5 5 ? " @ 5 + 6 ;" 5 5B )5 ? ; % 6 " 6 6 6 > 6 ; " ; > ; 6 )5 5 " 6/ f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f " 6 ) ' ) > ' ; B A; ' 6 ") ' 5 ?" / b t !# r n " n r # n n # # n ! # n $ r ! r n f r n n n n r ! # r ! r n nr n t r n r b t r f br nf r rr fr $ " !59 )4 , 96# !) +7 * 5*9 @ !$ # !) ;09 7>6 # ! # !"9 1:;1 6 1 6 6@ ) 6, ! ) 9 1) 669 ) =:f ! n " !"& ;806 7 + 061 ) ) 6, ) 44b % !# " " ! " # # %"! ) 9@ 446 9679 7;0@ ! + 1 66@ ) 6 ;;< 66 ) 6, 1 5*9 4@ !+ 7,t "" r b " ) <9 ) 1;; 4-),416.79 +4) : : 1C-,: 1: !76,) @ ) ; r 8b5b ),4 16 .79 4 /)4 ) ,=9; 1 :56; : 1 : ( ,6-: ,)@ ) ; 8b 5b ' 0 -9 > 14 4 *) r +0 ) 9 /. 79 ). .1 ,) =1; :bt !$ # n !# #&09! 1449 $ "! # # " 67<6; @ r # <; 7. 7<6;@ & ; ) ;47+ ) 4 ;) ?: 16+ 4<,, A '-44 16/ 1 ; 41 31 ; 1 : >1 ;0 076-:; @ )6, 16; -/91; @b B b r nf b r nf r r r f r r r r frt f r nbtn -:;)* 41 :0-, n r nfn -:;)* 41:0 -, n 76: 7 41 ,); -, < 6f n $ <*4 1 : 0-, > --34@ *@ 9 --6 $ <* 41 :0 16 / 6 +b & & % r !),1 : 76 rfr nb $-91 7,1 +)4 : 87 :; )/$ ); !), 1:7 6 $ 7:; #.C +rfrnb $ <* 41 +); 176 "7b bnn b $ #& ' !&'% &-6, ),,9 -:: +0 )6/ -: ; 7 n t f r r n f n nb tn $ b#b 9 )>-9 f !), 1:7 6 r f r n f b ' 01 : 6->:8)8-9 9 -:-9=-: ; 091 /0 ; ; 7 9 -2-+; )6 @ ), =-9 ;1 :-5-6 ; 6->: 5 ); ; -9 7 9 :< *:+91 8; 1 76: ; 0); 16 ;0 78 16 17 6 7 . ; 05)6 )/-5-6 ; >1 44 67; *. 79 ;0 *-:; 1 6; -9 -:; 7. ; 0+7 < 6 ;@ )6 , t7 9 ;0 7>6 -9: 7 . ; 01: 6->: 8)8-9 )6, ; 7 1 6=-:; 1/ );)6@ ), =-9 ;1:-5-6 ; :< *51 ;;-, b44 807;7: /1=-6 ;7 9--6$<*41:016/ 6+b .79 8<*41+);176 16 ;01: 6->:8)8-9 5<:; *81+3-, <8 67 4);-9 ;0)6 576;0: .975 ;0,);;0-@ )9,9788-, 7..b 9--6$<*41:016/ 6+b >144 67; *9-:876 :1*4.79 807;7: *-@76, :)1, ,-),416-b &t . ")&% ntnb brf &+*! fn . ")&% ntn f nbb . f nbtb (%'+ (%'+#")!"% &$ ,,, (%'+#")!"% &$ nr f bbtb t r f " t$ # ' &# " !% f n r t r f 6 "% 6 > & & 5 "' f) ';" % % ) & '; @ ; "' 6 "'% > "' '" ;6 6+ '; @"; ; ) )5 6 ' @ " ' ) @6 ) + '/ " '4; ? ; ) @ ) 55B ) >; "' ! ;5 > 5 6/ % ; 6 ' + 5); ; &) '6 ; ) >5 5 " ' 6 ' ' " )5 6/ > & & 5 %6) & '; 6@ % ;5 "' ; "' ; B;" & ' ' ) 6 ") ' % ) )% 5 C % ) ;"' " ' ; @ " ' )@ ; '" ;/ >;6" 5"$;6 ' @ "+ ! + ) )5 @" %%6 + %B 6B &+ )' " 6 ;) 6 % + B / ' 6) & ? '" '6 >5 " ' ; 6>&&56 t 5 ! & & 5 ? " ' )" % + '> ;6 ' ) % " ; / t 5 & & 5 )' @ ' ; )6+ % " ; "'56 , % " + ' )& &B " + ' 5 ' f ! )5 &" $ ' 5' "% % " &6 & ;) ) >5 ) >6 ;) + 5) 5& ) 6+ % )' 5 ;/ t; @ 6 % "' ; > %" ? "' 5)) & ; ; @ 6 "' ; "56 ; )>6 @ %"? "' ; 66;;4 6 " 5B/ " 6 5B ; ; ' " ;/ > & & 5 6 %6 ) & '; ;"& @ ' t @) >% ; " 5>;/ t; @ 6 %@ B 6 %; ;)+ >';" % t 6 $ &B + 5 ';6 " t ) >% ; 5> % 5 " 5 >;/ t ) ; ; ' 5 ? ;) 6$ &B + 5';6 @ ' t @ % $ 5 )>' ; ) 5 '5 ) & B )>6 ) ' B ' 6 5 5 ! 6 ' ) " 5@;) ' @ ) @ 5 +% B" '/ B 6 5 & / ;@) "5 %6 ; )> ; t @ 6 '); 5 )B @" ; % ; ; )+ @ ) ' 5?;"' ; & / t #>6; );;' &B " 5 >;/ b )@ t ; " ' % / ,r) @ t ; " ; ; ; &B " 5 "6 ; " ' ! ' "' /f &) 5" 6 ) 6>&& 5 % " " ; "' % ;) 6; B > + %; ' 6% + " ' ; ' A; B >6 ; 5 @ 6 ' ) 6 ) )%/ f' B ;"& 6 &B 6" 6 ;5 " " % & 6; B >+ % ; ' @; ' f 5;"' ' n 5 5 B @" 6 & )? "6 @" ; 5 ) ' ; % ; 6 )@/ )>5 6 6 @ ) >% %6) ) ; ; >5"' 6 )) % / > & & 5 5)> ; ";6 #)B 6 6 > 6 )$ 6 ' " 5 & ) ' ) ; ;5 ') )' ' " ; 5 )> ; ";6 + "' >; $ ; ' ; ) '%B + " ' @ 6 6 '6 +>56 ' 6 ;" '"' ' ;;%6/ t ; ' $ ) )5 %% ; & &) 5" 6 ) " % )) 6> && 5 6 ? ' ; 6 '6+ > 56 ' 6 ;"'"' '; ! ;% 6/ r)@ 6 6>&& 5 5>6 6 " ' ;) >;>& ' ; & & ) 5" 6 ) %% ';5 >; ; ;4 6 ) 5 '); 5 ) % ! > &' '); 5 ;" & / t ) + ; ; ) 6 " ? ' &B 5 56 +% 6 '; & & ) 5" 6 ) 6>&& 5 %6) ' ; ; @ % % 5 ; +% 6' ; & & )5 "6 ) %% ; " 6 B5 / f f r r f f t t f f t t f f n n br tnff b ! " $! ! $ & " $ ! # ! & " $! % ' ' ' n ! " ! & " ! & ! ! &" ' ' ' f ! !# ! ! " r $ & ! " ! &" ! ' ' ' $ ! ! ! ! ! " ! ! ! $ % ! ! ! ' ' ' & # & " $ & " & ! " ! "! $ & " & ! ! $! ' ' ' " " & ! & ' ' ' ! ! ! ! $ ! ! ! ! t b ! ! " " & " $ ! ' ' ' " # ! ! ! ! "

PAGE 3

nb t t f n r b "0 $ HJ 0 = n 0 =E B2 0 " E B 2 $ 2 E0BI G = = 0B E + 0 B20 n / = ) 2 / 4 +0 > " ( * (= F B > > E. B G +B) $+= = / = 0+ 7 = F+ * 0 2 " t r E= + = .. 2 E ( )B " G = +B 2$ 2 + .I BB)/ 0 B "0 $/ = =I . ) + . . +4 . .0 " E B 2$ 2 E0 B I G == 0B 4 E .+ + 0 B2 H + * B +2 0 2 > B= E B+ 20 2$ , E> B+ B = .. 2 0 > / . " (( = * F B B B=I G+ B) .I G 420 " 0 $. n $ $= I ) 2 " = +/+ 0. = (+> B= B+ 20 0 B20+ 2 > ) F + > " 5+ = * E+B 6 0 0 f + . .+ /> " ( ( = * F B B B=I n2 > ) E =2 0 " + >2= = .I +0B2 H+ B+ 20 n 2 )00 I f . * .2 0 " BB = I n 2 F 0 ) 2/ 4 * > 2 0 " 2>> >> + 20 2$ = E(> G + B ) + 0B 0B B2 >.. 42 > > > >+2 0 2 $ =E (> 4 2>> > * > +2 0 2$ = E ( 4= * 4 ) = 0 .+ = > +>B +0 ( = = > B G +B)2EB F + 2. 0 0 B G2+ 0 EJ= B F + > " "0 $ b = =B n = 2/ r+ .. = " >>E . B 20 .G 0$ 2= / 0B = > +>B +0 ( = = > B G +B)2EB F + 2. 0 n2 > 4) f2E + > +.. +/> " BB=I 2 0 . G 0$ 2 = * / 0B 2$$+ = = >+ >B * + 0( = = > B G + B) F +2 * . 0 B B =I 52 * / > B + F + 2 . 0 6 4 2> > >> +2 0 2 $ $ += = / I $ . 20 4 2> > >> +2 0 2$ 2 * + 0 4 2 >> >> + 2 0 2$ 4 = > = + 4 B +2 0 = E ( G +B) + 0 B 0 B B2 > .. 4 2 >> >>+ 2 0 2$ / =+ , E 0 / 2 = B) 0 D K (=/> 4 2> * > >> + 2 0 2 $ =E( 8 E + 4 / 0 B E > )= +>B 24 ) = I 0 b . B = / 0 " E > 5 )+ . 0 * 0 ( = / 0 B6 " 0$" 2 0 . E ( 0 n =7 " =+ B 2$ 2 +.I BB ) / 0 B n ==2 = + . . 2 + 0> 20 " + > 2= * = . I 2 0 E B = * > + >B + 0 ( == >B G + B )2E B F+ 2. 0 n 2 ) 0 0I . + $$2= 2 2 > " + > 2= = .I + 0B2H + B+ 20 = = 2 = * +> 2 2 /+ 0(2* 0 ) J " 2 F. + = +F = > . + 0 > " 04: . F + 0 = G * $2 = n =7 " =+B 2$ 2 +.I BB ) / 0 B / E . . . 0 r 2= (0 " ( ( = * F B >> E . B G+ B) .I G 4 20 > ) 0 B20+ 2 n / > " 2>> >> +20 2 $ / = + ,E 0 . > > B) 0 DK (= / > B= >4 > > $B = G =0 + 0( "04$ 0 I $ $. . n 2 0 > " ) G+ E () 0 = " ( * (= F B > > E . B r 0 , /+ 0 n / > " + > 2= = .I 2 0 E B = > + >B+ 0( = = >B G + B )2E B F +2 * . 0 B ) = B (+ 0 >B 4 E . + > = F0 B n r n rf r f b n b n f br t n f br 2 =B) 7 +E4 $ 2 = . =( = + B /> + > . >2 F+. . 7 2 = / 2= +0$ 2 = /B+ 2 0 2 = B2 > ) E. 4+E4 2 = = 2 4 *2 $ $ 4 . > . . n +/ F2 0 2 0 B 5 &K6 1?C* @ '&K 2 = 5 &K6 1?3*'3? 7 ) = .. 4)2 0 0 .. B ) 42 .+7 ) E >B2 / = >+ B ) B >) ) 2 E B B) 2 / * 4 0 I B) / 0 >+ ) G> G2=-+0 ( $2 = 0 B ) I ) F .= I 0 = E0 2E B 2$ 2B ) = B 2G0 >7 G =I 2$ 0I2 0 2 $$ =+ 0( B2 2 $= G+ 0 * > ) + . = 4 + =7 t $ 20 ) > $= 20B G + 0>)+ . /( B) I 0 . . = 4EB . (. > > 2/40I 0 )F B) (. > > = 4. $ 2 = $= 7 t $ 2 0 + > 4 4 = 2 ) I 0 I2 0 2$$ =+ 0 ( $= G +0 > ) + . = 4 += .. B) ) =+ $$<> $ % B 5 &K 6 1?C* 'KK3 2 = B) r + > 2 0 2 . + 4=B/ 0B B 5 &K 6 1?C* &K??7 # # ! ! , , 6 6 r r 2 2 6 6 # # ! ! , , 6 6 r r 2 2 6 6 # # , , ! ! , , # # , , ! ! , , 91 r5 r1 ! ,-#! 0 A 4 B/ = A3' A r>7A A <.. 2G 0> 0 AG > AB) A>4 =A$2= AB) A4 E . + * 0 A . E 7A A/= + <>Af + =BI A. .A> A> )A+ > > 2/B + /> A . . A>B=>>>A )2GA:2 I AG = A +0 A(= F A 0 (=A 2$ A.2 >+ 0( A..A 2$A 2E=A.+ * =B +> ;A E> AGA ) FA 02BA4 >> A$= 2/ ( 0 = B+ 20 AB2A(0 = B+ 2 0 AB) A>+A 4=+ 0+ * 4. > A2$ A$= 2 / AG) + ) A /E >BA+ 0 .E A4E.+ F+= B EA 0 A(0 = . A0 2G.(7 0 AE .+ A +=BE A> )A >) = >A B) A$2..2 G * +0( A8 E2 BB+ 20 > : 0 .I A A F +=BE 2E >A 42 4. A=A 4 .A2$ $ = 2/ 7AA> A0 B+2 0 >A 2/A /2=A 2= =E4B 0 AF++ 2 E> AB) IA ) F A/ 2 =A 0A2 $A/> * B = >7;AA 0, /+ 0 A= 0 -.+ 07AA5 b///! t> AB )+> 2/ +0 ( AB= E A2 $ A2 E =A0 B+2 0 9A **A2== E4B A 0 F++2E >A 0 A0 2GAG+B) A . = Ar #6 : t BA + >A G) 0A A4 2 4.A$2=(BA2AB ) B B I = 0B >A $ 2=( AB) +=A ) + 0>7;A A B=+-Ab 0=I7 5 2AI 2 E A ) =A B)2 >A . +0 ->A2$A )+0A. + 0-> 9 AA t $ =A B )BAt A 2#6 : .+( + 20 A 0 A(2 2 A /2=.> A=AB)A20.I > 2.+A$ 2 E0 B+2 0 A2$ A4E .+ A.+ =BIA0A ) 4 * 4 +0> >7;A:r 0 AG+ ..A A $=A0 2A.20(= AB)0 G ) +. A B) IA= / + 0AF +=B E2E>;A / E. /> 7AA 5 2A I2 E A0 2BA> )E =A BAB) A. A2 $ F += B EA +0 A 2E =A > )2 2 .A>I >B/ 9AAr0 I A2$A 2 E= ) +.=0 A02 A.2 0 (=A+ >B+0 ( E+ >)AB) A+ $$= * 0A BG 0 A =+() BA 0 AG=20(76 : $ A ..AB ) A +>42 >+B +20 >A 0 A)+ B> G )+) A. AB2 A 42 .+B+ . A4 =2> 4=+BIA= .+(+ 2 0 0 A/ 2 = .+ BIA = A+ 0 +> 4 0 > .A>E442 =B >7t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t 76 0 A 0= .A 0 2G. (A> )A E> > A B)> 8E2 B B + 20 > : f + =B I A 00 2 BA A4=> =F AG+B)2EB A ( 0 = .A -0 2G . (A / 2 0( AB) A42 4.7; n 2) 0A />7 A5 2 AG) BA -0 2G. (A2$ AB ) ) +> B 2=I A2 $ A 2 E =A 0 B+2 0 A+ >A+ 0 (ABE()B A+ 0AB ) 4E .+A> ) 22 .>9 6A : 0 2G. (AG +.. A $2 =F =A( 2F=0 A+ (02 * = 0A 0 A A 42 4.A G) 2A / 0A B2A AB)+= 2G 0A 2F =0 2 =>A / E>BA = / AB) />. F> AG +B) B ) A42G =A-0 2G.(A(+ F>7;A An/ >Ar + * > 207 AA5 E= A( 2 F=0 / 0BAG> A>B.+> )A+0 2 = =A B 2A >E = A2 E =A 2 * (+F 0A+0.+ 0 . = +()B > A0 2BAB2 A2 0 B=2 .A2 E =A.+F >76 : t $A A0 B+2 0AH 4B>AB2A A+ ( 0 2= 0BA 0 $= !+ B AH 4B>AG) BA0 F=A G>A0A0 F= G +..A 7;AA )2 / >A n$$ = >207A A5t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b2G A 0At A). 4A/I A0 +() 2=;A0 A:t r A f t A A t ArA b7;A An E> B 4EB AI 2E =A: =A B2A B)A (=2E 0 ;A >2/G)= = 2E 0 A) A2 0> =FB+ FA 2=0=AB2A .2 B 20 7# 19 #5 1r6 1 r!1 82, r1/:* 12 1# ,1 !#2 1 f# 5,121 ,# 7-( n1br2 # !r 12 1$3:::::::::1 &2r 2+ $ 3 ( 1 2, #! ' f #5 ,1 -r , 1& r 12r 8%r9 ,' $4$ 3$$( f # 5 , 1r , 1r 1 ! , r1/:1 -#1 r , 12 #! 21& 3:0r 9 '( n #5, 17 77 (5-2 # (#,1"0 4:0 $: ' fr ! $ % !%$ $ % $ r %$' $r % !$ $ ( % $% $ ' !$ $ % $ %$ $%$ ! $ ' %*$ 'f r$) r '%( %% $ $t ' !* $#& # +$ % " $%$% $ ! $'%* $'fr f *$ % $ $b $ $ ! $ '%* ' fr $ nr % * $r $ $ $ ($ f*$% ! $ ' %* $ 'fr $) r' % ( $ %% r r # # ! ! t t % % 5 5 r r ! ! r r , , ) ) r r ( ( # # nbfrbft n b f b t n b f b t rt t r b fr f f n! rt n f t r $ f n ! r t nb r t rb n t t t $ %t $ r "% # r n b n! f f r n t bff rrfbntb rrfttb bbnt ! #" ! " ! !r %!f ! !"! !"b!nfb t" tr f n" ! &! ! ! ! f& " f ! #" !" ! !b#r ! ! !" f # " ! ! " ! !! #" # "&!f" !#" &!! !! #" # " & f $$ $$$$ $ $$$$ $$ $$ $$$$ $ $$$$ $$ $$$ $$$ $ $$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ $$ $$ $$$$$ $$$$$$$$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ " & $$ $ $$$ $$$ $ $$ $$$ $$ $ $$$ $$ $ $ $$ $$$ $$ $ $$ t " f " $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ !! $$ $$$$$$$$ $$$$$ b $$ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$ 1 !'* 1 n #% !% )')! % +&)!%!#r$1n ,)!%$&"!%1 "!% , * t&#&% 1 !) &. n &&"!% 1 r #&* * )/ 1 f (, !-#% +* 1 , * +!+, +!&% * 1 ! + * *, )*1 n % !0* 1 ) * ' !* 1 #' , # n &&" !% !% +* 1 #' , # &, * &# ! % +* 1 +!# ) .! % % &. & t, !# * &, ) .% +) -% $ &") t r r t f r t n ft bf r b n n n t f b t 2 % b !% 3 n % &. &% # / r # # f t " r ! f n f ! " " r bf tb b f

PAGE 4

n trb tb trb fn r b t r f bt r tr r tb ft b " " ' ' +#& , ' " & " * " ! ' rt b t r t b b ( ! ' '* * nt f t nb ! " " " *& ' ! * r t b , "* & ' & & ! * " # &" , #" * " ' + ' "& & , & % ' t !' " & & * ( & * & $ $ f' ' #" &* n * & . * + !* r * & ! * ! * & "& "" ' ' " * " ! ! f + ' ' ' * ! " * & ' . " + +' * ," * #& " , ' " ! " * $ "-! " t *" ! * %) ' # b ' &'* "& +& * & ! " & * " ! # ' " !* * t * . * * " #" $ $ ' !! "')%&* '$& $ r !( $# ' "-*!$ + tb ( & '(&($ # $$ ' !$' $ & ( b #& ! r !($# r!($# +!! ! $# * .$( !$+ t t b n! ! *$(&' & &"# ($ %& $* % $ ($ f ') ' !$& f &*& ' #' !$& #(($# & ' $ $! $& +$& $(& +' ,$) ")'( *$( %&$*'$# ! !! $( $& )&(& #$&"($# %!' $#(( ( r! ( $#' (tt t %) "& )$/ **( bbn # % ,*) '*+%# ntn f nrf $' $" -% *), .*$( #% ,*) "*( ! 2< (! 7 r+ .. ! < 2 < 0 ! CH 2 F( ) * C ! < = 0 < 5 2 J6 G+0= 0 < !0 5 ! 2<( ! 6 ! 2 <(+ + = > 2 0! ( <0 =20 !0 G + 0=> CH 2 ( < 0 F()C !< = 2 $ 0 2 ! ! 2 < ( + + = > C H2 = C! 4*F( )C !< = n F. + ! f 20( 0 )!< <+ ! r .F< ! > C)< ! ! = C ! 4*(< 0= 20= < 0 20 f 20 ( < < ! C C f 20( 0 )<+ = C+ 0 r . F< !> C H 2 = C !4*( < 0 F( )C !< = . 0 f 20( 0 t G J f 20( 0 C H2 = C! 4*(
PAGE 5

> r2; 3 ff f br n t ( ( $!"7 *:7 * 7" > 2 7: 2( 3 $(7* "$&2$* :3 , ( '*($: ' 3 &2$ # 7 > <$72 3 2$3 ' *(> *2 ( $7 > * 7" $! ( " $3 r$3 *( 72 # $7$*( $3 && 7 " (13 & 2$7> $72 ; (7 *( : 3 > 7+9 2*' #) , -'7 (13 2 # *( 3 7 3 72 7$ % $ b*< 27*( " $2 3 7" (13 & 2$7> $7 2 ; (7 7 "$3 >2 < " $" $3 * ,( 7* 7 " ,: # & $/t < $&& $( " 2! * & : ! " $( ! " & ,$ (! ( ' *2 & :!"$ (! 3 2 # . :$2 0 3 $ b *<2 7*( *' * 7" < $723 3 2; $(! ' &3 ( " *,$( ! *2 $! ( $7 > 7$,3 2 ;$ 22* ' $ n * " ( 2* 33%* , b* <2 " $&&$,3 n $' 72 *( # & *2 3 n *( 3 7" >& 2 # * * 7 n %$ n *"(3*( && ( "2 2> r ! !3 n ( 7 r$ 2 $' (2 3 ( 3'$( ! 2 r $ " && 2 (7&> &2 r 2 7$ ( r$ % r* 2!( $7 " : $& &> ' & 2 * *:! 2* <( ( r2> 2 * & ( >b *< 2 7 *( 3$ ! 2 7 ( :'2 * ** %3 2 2 $ (!$ (! %3 2 * <($ 3 ,$ 3 ( * * % # $ 3 *2 7" :(2 $3 2/ t 71 3 :( ; (7 0 3 $ '& 2 * " $2 *2 r $ 3 * ( * :(7 >13 ' # , $!( ' b 3 $ &3 7 > 2 + @8+ < 3 2 $3 * 2 ($7 > &* && > / f71 3 2 % 7"2 * :!" 7 " 7 2 *2 7 "$ 3 > 2t % (* < < ( * $7 0 3 $ ' &2 *"*( &&3 2 $(! ' $& > 7* $($ ;$:& 3 ( :3$( 3 3 3 ( * <" 9 @+ @ ($7 > * 7" $ ! ( ', $ ! ( ' * ($ 3 <$&& :( 3 2 ;$3 $ ( r $3* ( * :(7> ! ( # $ 3 < "$" 3 3 $3 7 , * ,& * && ! 3 2 *' >* :(! # 37 2 3 7 * 3 ($* 2 $7 $ ? ( 3 " !* & $3 ++ @ @ @" ,74 ' 7$(! * ($7 > !*7 :( 2 # < > 7 r $3 * ( *: ( 7> *'': ($ 7 > (% <$ 7" !: 37 3 , % 2 r ! ( 2 (" 2 7 2 ( 7 &* 2 $ # 7 7 ($; 2 3 $7> ' 2 # % 7$( ! !2 : 7 ( ( < ',& * > <"* ! ; ( *; 2 ;$ < * ( $7 # >13 ! ( > & & t < "$ " 3 7 (3 * 2 ;* &:(7 2 $(* ' 7 = 3 # 3 $37 ( "$3 2 3 2 ;$ 3 "*:& :&&> $( ,& * 2 $( *' 7 = 3 3* ( 7 " $ 3 > 2 $ ( r $ 3* ( *:( 7>&7"* :!" 7" ( $ *2 $ 7$ ? ( 13 * : ( $ & * r $3 *( * :(7> <$&& , 2 * # ; $ 7 " " *3 7 3 $7 *2 t 7 7 " $ 2 ( < ': &7 $ , :2 ,*3 : $&$( ! 2( " 2 7 3$ *( 7"$ ( ! $3 ' $ 33$ (!/ ( 2 $( ! $7 : 7 < ( , *,& 7* 2: ( $ 7 0 3" 3$ / (> * ( < "* " 3 < $& & $( ! 3 ,$ 2$ 7 ( >*( $(7 2 3 7 $( ; *& # : ( 7 2$( ! <1 && 72 $( 7" ' -0 2( " 2 7 3$ 7 " 7 t ( 3 *:( 7 ( 73 (% ( 2 $7 :( $* ( ',& * > 3 ( ($ & ,& ( ( 2 3 ( *7 " 2 3 <$ 7" ( ( $ & % !2*: ( 3 7* ;*& :( 7 2 7 "$ 2 7$ ' 3 27 $ t 7 = , 2, 2 # 2 3 $2 37 ;*& : (7 23 " ; 3 ; 2 & * ,7$* (3 $( 7 % $ (! 7" + # "*:2 2 72 $( $( ! *& & *< > , 2 # 7$ $, 7 $( ! 3 7= ,2, 2 # 2 3 7 7 " r $ 3 *( ($ * 2 ( 7 2 3 7 27$( ! n ( 99 7 " 2 * :! " , 2$ & + " ! * & $ 3 7* ! 7 (* :! " ; *& :(7 23 7* 37 7" ($ *2 (7 2 ( &3 * 3 7 :, t ' * # $ & 3 $7 3 7 ; 2 $ *: 3 :3 $ # (3 3 3 7* ! $ ; 7 " $ 2 ' , & *> 3 3 3 7 * 7 " 2 7= 3 2 ;$ / 7: ( 73 ' % :, & 2 ! , 2 7 * * :2 ; *& :( # 7 2 3 $ ( && " 33 0 3 $ 2(" 2 7/ t 71 3 !2 7 * 2 3 7: (73 7 * ! 7 7" 7 = , 2$ ( 0 f fr b b n t r b n " ($ 7 > , # ,2 $ 7$* ( & 2 7$ * ( <$&& " & 7:2 > 79 7 5 , -' 7 7 " "* ' * 2> ( n ( ( * ( 72$ : # 7* 23 ( ; *&: (7 2 3 < $ & & 7" ( % *2 7" $ 2 $ # 7 * 273 "7 > < 3 " *3 ( :3 7" 2 2 ( * * 2 " * ' ! ' 3 3 " : & * ( 7 " 7 > , $ & !: 3 7 3 2 7 7 * &* 2 $ !2$ : & # 7:2 * ' '$ 33 $ * ( 2 " 2 & 3 2 *( 3* ( ( " $ 3 <$ ! $ ( " r $ 3 * ( ' # , $ ! ( 7$ ' & $ ( $ 3 7* ( $ 3 " 7 " ' , $ ! ( * ( 7* 2 8+/ "7 7 "7 ' ( 3 $ 3 7" 7 < "; 7 *( * < * 2 % 7 * * : 7 < ( * 3 * ' 7"$ (! *: 7 $ 7 0 3 $ ' & 2 * f t bf f t f f r ff f b rt n trb tb trb f t f b n r r r t t b b r r n n r r t t r r t t t t r r r r t t nnn f t b f n n t n t $ #$ $ $ ! $ " $'r # $ "" $" & $ $ " $ r "' " f 'f n r t t " " %# $ $ " & $ $ "$" n &" $ rb""$ b$ ' " $ $r " ' t " # b r # n &" !#

PAGE 6

A, (>> E nA9 >( 2 / r t & &( + 8/ ! +9> r 2 8(> &>> & /9 > + 8 >/ 8 E / ' 9( / >A8 E A% A9 > @ ( 8 / % -(>(/ /! & 8 G >& ( 8 >&E 2 , A+> (>A /! ! ,( +E ! 8( -9 %> &8 > ( ' B (B->9 ( r (9 />/ -) /E + ((/ A9 1 8 9->> (/ / ! 9+ & / 89 7 / A8 B 9 , + / -9 (9 >( -% / ! !8( & ( * 8/ 9> ! 8 , /89 > , 8 / / + ( 8/ ++ 9 1 & / + 8 C (> & ( > 1A-&2 f >8 % A 9> 9 C/ A+ , A-& / b 89& E -E 89 1 8 9 > ( // 8( ' > (% C81 18 C&(+ -) /E( -% ->8 > (' , -> 2 & /! > & ( ' ( % > + 9 & > +9 1 >/ , > & > & /+ /8 >&, / ! / 8 ' % / 8 + : /, 1+ > C ( >& C &( > +(-> + +/ >& 9 3A 8 % + 99 / -> ( -8 /! !89 & ! +/C 89 &+ ( 1+ E 8 * 9 ,/ / >& 8( B8 8 / *9 918 (-* +( -% / ! % +99 1 + 9 > & 1 + 9 >>( -% / ! &( 2 &8 / A %&/ A> >& B-(-% % A 9> 9 C 8 ' > 8 >( -+( %&> ' E ! ,(+E +/9 !8 ( -9 /! 8 ( >& ' >> 2 & B-( -%79 r 9 ' > 8 /! 8, / -E C 9 B2 +( B8 8 +E C &/ 1 89-> , / B( % ( ' + / %A / ! >& & //8 79 9 >8 A% %+ 9 , /> & 8 /! 9 , ++ &( +8 > / >> ( A >( /9/ > & > 9& / A+ !A+!( ++ & 8 8 , / ! /, ( -% > & 82 >( 8 A>/ 8 ! 8 (f / 8> 8 -* +( 9% +/B + E / 1-( -% 9/ -% !/++ /C E > & ( -B/ > ( / +(B ' 8 E B 2 n(,, E 8/ /*( 9 2 B/ + E >/ E /A -% 8 9( 9 > 8 /! +9> 8 ( > & > > & > & 8// , 8 / + +( % (+ A % & > 8 9 9& > /+ /! &(+ &// >( 9 8+ E !, (+E 8 91/ 9( (+ ( >(9 > * /E & 8 9 (9> 82 + 9> 8 (> & > >79 + 8 9&( 1 9> E + C 9 -/ > C 9> / + E > /C& / > / > & (9 E & 9 /> !/ 8 %/ >>>& 4> / A% & + / B5 / ! & 8 + ' 8 9(9> 8 2 + , E-!/ 8 ,8 + 99 ,> + / -%' > (, ! 8 ( 8/ A> & 1 ( > A8 / ! ( > ' 1 8 9/ C (> & &8 9> / ' 8( 9 C 9 ! /+ + /C E f / A r(+ + 8 A1 8 ( ' > -> / ! & // + 9 2 r (+ + 8 & B (% * / C8 (> & >> ! / 8 ,E 9 9 1 / * / ! > & 1 / 9 (> ( B % 8 > (, ' 1 > > &> 8(> & >> & / > & r (+ + 8 & ( + 8 (% 8 9 &/ / + 2 B 2 r + B ( 8 C ' ! / 8 + + + (18 E 8 C& > ! / + + /C C 9 9/% 9 + > (/E > (8 C & 8 > C / +/B +E A % & > 8 92 & 9/ -% 1 8/ A 1 ' 1 8 > )/E : 9 /+ 9 > 8 (> & > >7 9 9, ( + ' ( % ! 2 8 C (9 8 ( >& > >79 % 8' A % & > 8 > & > C/ E /A% 8 9 ( % 8 9 8 & 8 %8 > %8 ' A %& ' > 89 2 & B (% C9 8 / A/ A > C (>& > + 9 + A %& 9 E ( , 89 + / -%' > (, ,A ' ( (1 + !8 ( + 8 * / ! > & / A8 > /8% 8( % // ! 8 B(+ + 8((1 + > 8 B ( ++ 8( ,8 E &/ / + C(> & C & / , 8(> & > > C / 8* + / 9 ' + E C(> & ! / 8 , E E 89 2 D , 1+ 9 / ! %/ ' + E ( > +(! C 8 %( B E / 8% + E > /B 2 & 8 +( 8! ( + B 2 n2 2 A B +2 & 8( > & > > & (+ 8> & * + + ! / 8 > > (% > & ( 8 >& E + 8 > (/2 E / n/ & E f 8/C / 8/ > &E n 8(>& >> n A (> 8 (> & >> / 8 n/& E 8 E + 8(> & > > n 8 2 % B >9>( ' , / E / ! 8 (-% + /B (% , />& 82 & B (% C9 1 1 C ( > & 9 /% 9 + >( /E B 2 B (n/ & -9 / +/9 ( -% 18 E 8 / ! > & *9 ! /8 + 9> 8 ( >& > >79 +( ! C + + + ( B %( B E B2 + (B ' 8 8 + E 2 & > (8 8 / /, ! ( + + C( >& C + + C(9& 9 9 + + ) / ( (/ 4 & 1 ' 1 E (8 >& E5 1 8 > > (+ E / 8> * E +, C(% %9 C9 1 8 9 > > / > & %A 9> / ! & / /8 2 + 9 > r2 8 ( >& > > /! ! ( ( ++ E > A8 G E 8 9 / ! % / &8 (8 > & > A ' % A9> ? 0 9> 2 n trb tb trb fb t f n r n f n n b b t t r r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f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f (= (1 82=4t>=(9 =+CE9 9 /= ,A&= !A=>/ =C +* = 8/A-= >& =! 9 >( B+=-=9 B 8 E/= -)/E(-% =>&=>, / 91&8 25 &( + 8 -= + 9/ =& B =>&=& =>/=-)/E= >& =! 9 >( ' B + ==% >= 8 >( B=>= >&=t, %(->( /-= >>(/-= ! 8 = &9'/ -= 8>= >( B( >E= 8 2= & E=-=8 C=C(>& & + * = 1 ( -> =1 ( >A8 9 = 9( %-=, 9 * 9 =9 A+1>= + E= 8 >= 1 A1 1 >9 = -=A>>/ -92=& =t,%( ->(/-=> ' > (/ = B -=! >A8 9 ==1 8! /8, =8 =C(>&=1A11 > 9 & / C 9 =, %( = >9= -=,A9 ( =9 / =&( + 8 -=-=8 / *=> / > & ( 8=/ C -= >2= 8 >=A >( /-= 9 >A ->9 =! 8 /,=>& (B 8 9( >E = / != +/ 8 ( =C / 8* =>&8/ A%&/A>=>& =! + +=9 ' , 9 >8= > /= 1 8 / A =>&( 9=&A=/ ! =! ,(+E'! 8( -+E=!A-2 /C = >& = 8 / = !8 / ,=>& =t , % (->( /-= >>( /= 8= >&= 9 > 19= / !=>& =b ( 11/8 /, = >>= & >8 , / 8 = >& -=#G= -/ -'18/ " >= /8 %-( F >(/-9= A> =>& 8 /C = / A>= >&= 9 8B( 9= >& E= 18 /B( =>/= >& =/, ' , A( >E 2= / / = / / >&9 = + (-= >& =9 >8 >9=-=%(B =B(9 ( ' > / 89 => & = & = >/ = (-A+ %= (-= +/ /,(7= /-( /-9=9 C > 8 A =8 ( 9=& 8 >E=r (> 88 --=1( >9=)A) , + E = = A>& ->( = & ( = A(9 (2=&=! 9> (B+ ! >A 8 9= (-> 8 >(/ + = ( 9 &9 =! 8 /,=,/8 = >&-=@ G ! / / = B / 8 9= 9 /=-/ =%A9 >=+ B 9 =&A-%8 E 2== ( 9( > / 89 = 8 B ( -% =/ -9 > -> => 8> (-, -> = & * =/ A>=+ (B =1 8 ! / 8, 9 =/ -=>&8 = 9>% 9= E= +/+ 9= 9 / +/ = , A9( ( -9= -= -=/,1-( 9 2=& ! 9>( B+ = C * -= * ( * 9= / !!= 8( E= >= ;=1 2,2= >= >&= / ( + E = /, , A-(> E = + F =C (>&==/ C-> / C-=+A 9 /8> =1 8 9 -> = E=> &= / 8> &= ->8 += +/ 8 ( +A9 = / ( > E 2= &= C 8 'C ( --( % = / ,,E= 9 > 8 / =C ( ++ =& + ( -=> &=9 &/ C =C ( >&=9 / -%9 => & > =+ > &=9 , // >&= 9/ A-=/ ! = +A9 =C ( >&= > & =8 &E> &,9 = / ! =8 / * = 2= & = % 8 / A1= >/ /*= &/, = !/ A8 = >( > + 9 = > = >& =@ G 0G +A9 = r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b ff f b / 8 = + += ?# @'? ? $ ' 2=tf r rtr r f r r f b r f n

PAGE 7

rf n t b nf t f b n r r r f t f b n f n b t t r n f n n n n t t t t b b b b f f f f t n t t t r bbb ! t t t r f fb b tr n r r tr tr f r f f bt t f fn f nt tr b f r b t r t nr nf " nf nnb ! b n b b r b" n nt b b n t n ff tf r r r r r b t n f r f b f nt tf n r nr br r n f r r n t r r f t t bt n nb t n r n bt n b t f tr f f b t t f t n n f f f f f > 6 n2" 37 " '6 " ' ' > r f t rb r b 6 >) : 62 6%) )$" ' 6 )2 6 7) +6 -:% "7>63 :3 6 %))$ ' ) 6 :2 7 26 7 7 6 r: ' 376 2 &36 ))3 ,6 6 "26 < 3 "7 6 = +% "'36 /r :36 %);23 6>): ;6 )& 67 ) 67 6 2 " 7 6 + % 6 ) 26 : %%6 ;)263) :7 ! 2 '6 37 >% 6 3& )$ 6 ' 6 23 63 :3 66 76<) : % > ) : 6%" $ 67 ) 67 2> . 66" 7 6& "% 6 ) 762 $ 6+ + +2 # % +A) 6' 6 67)6 )) 36 2)& 6>):6 ' 1 76 ) < 2) '6' ) 6 &7 7 26 < 76> ): 6 ) )3 0 >6 ) 26 6 <" 6; 2" 7> 6 )6 " 2'76 3 :3 3 " ' % :" ' n $nf &#f $ b&" $ " f $f$f (f* # $% $f '" % !$ " f $t "$n $ nf &# f$ %$ % $ % $% #$ f' "$ #$ ) %f!$ f f + $n $nf &#f $ $% $f ' " $( % &%$f $ $ %$ f %!$ $n $nf&# f $* &$(f %$f$f $r $ # # f&# f !$ $ $" #$ nf &# f $ $#% $f $ %$ $ %$# & $ r$ f!$ / 6 < 3 "7 6 % 3)63 23 66 ) &+' >6 "37) 2>, / $6 "' 6* (*6 %72 6 , 6 22) %%63 7 27 63%%"' 67<) 3 " 36 )6 66 < $6 7) 6 %3 236 76 2$76 )' 3 % > 6r7,6 "'6 % )376 ,66b '6* (89 6 "363)' 6t& 3 ,6 22) %%6# )"' 6 " & 6 "'6 7 6 :3" ' 33 ,6 6 763& > 2 67 > 6+ :2 3 6 7 6 %' 6 < 2 6 7 6) &+ '> 3 "7 367) >,66b' 6* ( 8 6)' 372 : 7")' 6)66 "%"7>6< 3 3 7 2 7 6 )'6 7 6 3" 7 ,6 6 b' 6 *( 84 67 6 )&+ '>6< 3 6 "; ' 7 6' & 6 ,,6 22)%% 66 r )' ,66 6 b ' 6* (8 67 6 '& 6 < 3 ' 6 "' 67 "36 7" & 6 7)6 22)%%6 r7) $>2 36 ' & 6 ++2)+ 2 " 7 6 "; '67 6 )& +'>136"' ;)%; & ' 7 " '6 77% 6 2 ' " ' ,6 6 b' 6 *( 6 7 6 ' & 6< 36 ' "' 67)6 22)%% 6f $"' 6 )& + ' >67)6 & + 3"? 67 2) <" ' 6) : 36 )' 62 7"%6 '6< ) %3 %6 & 73 ,66b ' * ( 5 6t & 36 ,6 2 2)%%6 t2,6 & 6 ) 2 ,66 "36 2)7 ! 26 %7 2 6 ,6 2 2)%%6 bb6 # )"' 6" '6 *(4 *,6 6b ' 6 *( 5 (6 3 :3 6 2 "+ 6 <36 2 7 6 >6t $6n' " 767 7 < ):% 6 ) & 6 7 6+ 2" 6) 6r :'3 76 2& 6)) 36!6 7 3 & 6 2 "+ 6 7 76" 36 : 3 6 7) >,6 6)& + '> 6< '7 : ' 26 2 %6 "' 3+ 7")' 6"' 6 *( 4 6' %"' 6 "767)6 2)33 3 7 7 6 %"' 36 <"7 6" 73 6+2) : 73,6 6 "36 ; ' 76 2 & 7" ! %% > 6 "' 2 3 6 7 6 2) <7 62 7 6)67 6)& + '> 63 7 63 77 6 ) 6 %) 2" 6 <36 2 6 )2 6 7 6 2 3 6 +2) : 73 ) 6 7 6) &+ '>,6 6b' 6* ( @6 7 6' & 6< 36 ' "' 67) 6r :' 3 762 & 6 )) 3 ,66 b ' 6 * (( 46 %7 2 6 ,62 ! 2 )%%6 bb6 % 767 6) & + ' >6 36 t& 36 ,6 2 2)%%6 t2 13 3 ) '6 )& 3 6 ,6 22) %%6 & 6 ) 2,0 6 tn b t

PAGE 8

b t f n r b b f f t t f f t t t t b b t t r r + + !' ) +% & b $.+ $ )" $! 2 +! (! 8 =7< @$ . r A +.3 ; 87 A frn t $ / > $8 ,/: < 1 7/ : # + ; <8: % =7.+ @ %-28 85 ntt t+ 6 8 :73 71 ) 8 : ; 23 9 n n t t +6 > / 73 71 ) 8: ; 23 9 f t96 3 ,5/ % <= .@ ) / .7/ ; .+@ t t96 n n b n %+ , (%! !-$) %,b$.+$ t f $/ > $8 ,/: < + 3 .5 +? : 3 + 7%+ 7./ :; 87 *8=<2 # + ; <8 : % / : >3 /80 ) 8: . &+ ,5 / f t+ 6 %=7.+ @ %-28 85 r + 6 ) 8: ; 23 9 %/: > 3 / n n t t +6 ) /. : 3 12 *8 =<2 1:+ . / ; tt96 ) /. %: 3 12 *8 =<2 1: +. / ; n f t9 6 % 0 1b $.+$) " f) r % 3. ? +@ 2 = :2 $. / / t n t t A #+ ;<8 : $/ <3; 58 ?/ : ; % =7.+@ %2 8 8 5 n t t t + 6 23 5 .:/ 7 B;2 = :2 8: 7 3 7 1 )8 : ;239 n n t t + 6 >/73 71 )8 : ;2 3 9 t t 9 6 ) / .7/; . + @ + 6 35@ & : + 3 73 7 1 8 = : 9 6 (% 1 * % ,b$. + $ n n ! 85 3 7 / 55 @ ? @A +. 3;87 5 8: 3. + 3 12? +@ n r ! 8: < 2 37 +7 ;87 : = : :/ 5 5 / 7 7/ < < #+;< 8: r n t rn % = 7 . + @ %28 85 n t t t+6 8: 7 3 7 1)8: ;2 39 % /:>3-/ n n t t+6 >/ 7 3 7 1 ) 8: ;23 9 % /:>3 -/ t t96 * 8=<2 #: + <3 / %=7.+@ > / 73 71 t t 9 6 283 : # :+ -<3 -/ %=7.+ @ >/ 73 71 tt96 ) /.7 / ;.+@ > /73 71 ) 8 :; 23 9 tt96 n n b n n n b n %) ( n b $.+ $ 4 + %!( &1 b$ .+$5 2/ : :@ + 4/ A t r f $ / > /00 / : ;8 7 %=7.+ @%28 85 r + 6 # +;< 8: +5%=7. +@ n; < f: . %= 7.+@ n n t t+ 6 * 8=< 2 2=:2 7 . % =7 . + @ n n tt + 6 # + ;< 8: +5 %=7.+@ r<2 % =7 .+ @ nn tt + 6 r ) *! 0! && * % ,b$. + $ 3 12? +@ ft A +. 3;87 5 8: 3. + t f t A #+;< 8: #: /;< 87 +3 7/@ % = 7 . + @ % 288 5 n t tt+6 8: 7 3 7 1 )8: ;23 9 % /:>3-/ nn t t + 6 3 ;39 5 / ;23 9& : + 373 71 f t96 >/ 7 3 7 1 ) 8 : ;23 9 % /:>3 -/ f t96 ) /. 7 / ;. +@ )8: ;2 39 t t96 ! ! % +,*%,b $ .+ $ // 5 8: 3 .+ 8: 7/: 80 $ ) t#+ ;< 8: % +6 6 @ 3/ :;.( 1 ! + / % ! , 8: 7371 )8 :;23 9 nn tt + 6 %=7.+@ 3,5 / %< =.@ r + 6 3;39 5/; 239 & :+ 37371 tt 9 6 %=7.+@ > /73 71 )8 :;239 tt 9 6 .=5 < 283 : tt 9 6 n r f ntnb #: +@ / : / /< 3 71 tt 9 6 235 .:/ 7b* 8=< 2 -<3>3 < 3/ ; tt 9 6 %,) (b $.+ $)" f) n ! 8537 / 55@ ?@ A + .3;87 n n $ /> 8@5/ 5+;; # +;<8: %=7.+ @%28 85 nt tt + 6 8: 737 1) 8: ;23 9 n n tt + 6 > /73 71 )8: ;239 tt 9 6 )/ .7/ ;.+@ ! 312< %/: >3-/ tt 9 6 % $ *% ,b$ . + $ n nf ' % t +; < A +. 3 ;87 5 A t f / 5,/ : < $/..3 < < # +;<8: % =7.+@ %-28 85 r + 6 8:7371 ) 8 :;23 9 nn tt + 6 3;395/;2 39 tt 9 6 >/ 7371 ) 8 : ;239 tt 9 6 # : +@/ : / / <3 71 ) / .7/;.+ @ r 9 6 $ ") (3; 3<+<38 7 ft 9 6 *-% ,!( * % , ) ' ! ( . , % ). $ b $ % & + !( ( . ( " -! + % " -1 % /! +)# + ' , / % & & ! 4 r n n n r 5f + ! +!, 1-! +% ( b $. + $ !/ ) $( r ) * 0) ) 3 t f ! 8 :< 2 ) + ;2 3 7 1 < 8 7 > / A + . 3 ;8 7 b )(# + !# % ) ( )"$! + !, 1 ! + % ( b $ .+ $ % ( ' !+ % % =7.+@ %-288 5 8 : 5 5 1/ ; r + 6 % =7.+@ 8 : 7371 ) 8:;239 nn tt + 6 )/ .7/;.+ @ / 558? ;239 % =99/ : b3,5/ %< =.@ tt 9 6 * 8= < 2 :8 = 9 ; n; < n< 2 :+./; f t 9 6 283: #:+ -<3/ ft 9 6 : 3. + @ / 7 B ; #:+ @ /: :/+4 0 +; < t t + 6 b n r t n n r %)( n b $. + $ % ,)( n ) / ; < +./ %<: // 2+:5 / ; ) >+7; # + ; <8: 3 7 +6/ ; $ +@ ;; 8 -3 + +7; ;; 8 -3 +3 -/ n ntt + 6 & 2 =: ; .+ @ 3, 5 / %<=.@ ft 96 : 3 .+@ 283 : $ / 2/: ; +5 tt 96 8 =:<2%=7.+ @ :/ +40+; < ft 96 4 b nrn r n t f t f t 6 n n 5% 0 1 *%,b $.+ $ ff % 3.?+@ +9< 3;< 2=: -2 $. A // t n ft #+;<8: /0 0 + 35/@ %=7.+ @ %2885 nt t t + 6 8:7371 ) 8 : ;239 nn tt + 6 3;-395/ ;239 &: +373 71 tt 9 6 %=7.+ @ > /7371 %/: >3-/ tt 9 6 ) /.7/ ;.+@ %/: > 3-/ tt 9 6 -' b $+ % ,-% (b !(!+ rn %) + 9< + 37 : 8?7 $. A +.3;87 t f f 35/ +.<2/ ?+@ 28<6 +35 -86 %=7.+ @ f tt 9 6 &2=: ;.+@ tt 9 6 t tbbn bnf r f bf t nt t b *A@ @) ,$ A# @ 2 ;= @ ),$A@ 2 $@ n=D=# 2 @ *1 ) =@4 24/ @$2 <@A*@4D<42=@2$ 2 , 1)@ )22@F2 < .=@ DA@1 2A@2 1@A*@ =,= 2 $ @ A*, <@) 22 @F2 <. =7@*@= 21)@= H= 9 2A*, 1)@) 22 @*E@ t@2 1@A2 @ = DA@) < A <@ =A, //@ A*@ /0 @ == D< + 1 *,= @ *, / @ 1@ $ @ D1< A, 1@ H = D = @ b @ / , E =7 : *< @, =@ ) < A @-2H@ =@ nD *@/ , = D/. @F= @2<1@ 4A7@ 3(@ 1@12 F@,=@A * 20@ F,A* @*, =@ 4< 1A =@ /, =@ 1@1= + / H7 @b,= @ 4<2 D@) < 14<1A= @ <@n2 1 @n. , @b2 /< @1@E, @1@< + 2 / ,1 @ D /.7 @ D<@ ,A @ 1@ * < @ $<, 1@ r/ ,= = F 1A@ AD< H@ A2 @E, =, A@n2 = *@ 1@,1 < 1*@, 1@r , // ) E, // @ 7@ 1 @F< = 2 @*4 4H@A2 @A* @=@A * @ -2H @4< ,2D=@/,/ H @ < =2 1@ /, E, @2 <1@nD/H@3 (@,= < ,1) ,1) @ A*0 # *< @, =@= 1 == @A2 2 @ =@, // @ 1 << =@n2= * D@ / 2 =A@ A*,< @ / , AA/ @% E+ 0 21A *+2 /@ HA2 1@/ =A@<, H @, 1@// + * = = @r 0 2< , / 7 @r H@2 @ 20$2@ $2 <@ r <7@ < / ,0 =@ ,1 @ r b>@ $ 2 D < @r < =7@ < / @ 22.= > $ 2< @2 D <@14 * F @2 1@ 10 1@F ,A*@1 + <@ 2 $@ 0 2DA*@ 1@A*< 2 A@ 5 , 1@ < ,I 21@ " < A , < @ <0 H@$ //2F6> @n, 00 H@1 < ,1 = =@ 2 D. >@r < H @ / H@5 , = = ;@ 0 2 A*<6 >@ n D=A, 1@ E, = ; @02A*< A *, @r / 0 0 @ 1@*, = @ @n H E , =>@ n2 @ .< 0 1>@ < *<@ r 2<<,= 1 @ $ 0 ,/H >@ 1@ $ 2< @ / / @ A*@ 01H @01H 2 A * < @ , / /@ 2 1= 7@ f b n rf r n r ! r r b r r r r t r r r b! r r r bn b b nb t r b f rn b r f :@ = / 0@3(C( H @ <,= A,1 @ ,11 H rr r t n 1 @ D1 H@ A7@B @*< @ < ,) = F , / /@ ) < @r , = 21@ , <= A@ 4A, = A@F, A * A * , <@A / 1A= @$ 2< @A* @= 2 1+A , 0 7@ * 2 1 < A@F ,/ /@ @$ < @A *2D )*@ @ /2 E @2 $ + $ <,1 )@ F ,/ /@ @A . 1@ 1 @ A* H@ F ,/ /@ + ) ,1 @ A@33 @7 07 @,1 @A * @= 1 AD
PAGE 9

n fnb t f r n t f b n r ( F /B( // Ef* /*' (B E/ =B *F*= =B "1< / = I 3 B6 D0 B(< 1E' ( E/ I B 6 C B B( ( *= B1<* * H* /BB *1/ * / /1 = 1 * */ ) = B 1/ ) . r 1' / . = B -* F < */ < F / = ' 1B 2 $K K 3 <*J .1/ I> G / < * F */ ' =B 1/ < * F = E *B I */ ) = <* '1 B<1 3 ( I ! / < / nE / B*1 / G /B , B1 ) * / ' G ( *= B= B 1 3 "1< / 1B ( < B G F .1 /B (= 69 3 1 / B( B ( 1" < *F */ ' =B1 / f <= 6 / 1< * F ) */ ' = B 1/ B 11, 1/ B <1 1 " B ( / 6 / < B( * F */ ' = B 1 / ; = *H * / B B*1 / G = . / ' B1 / ( / G*7 E *( E / B ) */ ' I B ( " .*-I = G -= B( * < ' E = B= 6 ( / f <= 6 * F */ ' = B 1/ * */ 20 ? 1G / <= ( *3 1 " B( =B B 3 = = B 1 ( < B( < E ' (B <= 6 ( BG 1 =B < * F B( / 1/ B ( 1 <' * = * / < */ < * F B( -1 <* = * 6 < */ 1 / B */E B 1 * F ( < E / B *B ( I = ( * */ 2 0 0 & 6 * B ( < * / ;= '/< 1 =* BI / "1 < B (1 E'(B =( < B B ( < * / 6 f6 1 E/ B * 1 /6 ( 1 G /<=(* 3 1 " *H * /B B * 1 / G = " B B 1 B ( 1 E/ B *1 / G (1 /1 G 1 3 < B = *B 6 */ 7E * < */' B ( 3/ B B *1 / B ( 1 E/ ) B *1 / ( = 31 F < 0KKK < = E/< 1 /=< F B *1 / = ) . /B G (*( * /=E < = * B G* / F < F 13 1 < =16 ( 1 E/ B * 1 / =1 (1 = F/B = */ 1 < < B 1 < * = . 1/ I B ( B G *(3 */ B( < =B 1 < B *1 / 1 " B ( (1 E= = G = B( E3,3 1 " B( 3/B B * 1 / *B =" 6 E( " E/ ) B *1 /= = B ( = G< (< * < B (* = G,6 /= I G = B ( E/( 1 / / " =( *1 / =( 1G / (E< = I G = B ( * // < / / /< B ( B < =6 r r r f r nt b n bt b f t n r bbb t r b t r r t b t n t b tn ttf f n n n n b r t f b n r t f t f f t b f b nr r f r ,!,*+ ntb "' +' ' , )+*. f'&&# %# +" " & $ ) ' f + $ * & , * & f '-%& #$ ,( r r tr fb f tn n t t n b n fr b r t b n r b b f f n tr n r f b f f n t b b nn t r n f f n b t t f r r t b b fft r n b b b t t nt tt f f t r r

PAGE 10

r n f bnt rnfbnt t f n tf n b f r b f r r r n n b b r r b b t t f f r r nn n ft b f nt n n n t $) . 4 $) &$.* ) b * 0 )/ 4 r$ "# #** ' 0 ' ) -* ''( )/ ./0 ) / ./0 $ . !* ' . . 0$)" & ! -* ( .# * * ' nn n f t b f n t n n n t * ( * ! /# ( ( . *! /# t / * . . $) " t / n )/4 ) ( " $ )" + /( )/. / b * + / f + # $ . + 0 . !* ( /# $ 2 *& /* / & ,0$ & +#*/* & * 2 ' !/ /* $"#/ # 4 $ )) 4 1 ) /$ ) n ) b * ( $ & ) / . . * ) / *2 ' !/ /* $ "#/ n $ /# ' . * ) ) 1 *) ) r * 2 nn n f t b f n t n n n t / 4 ' *4 * ! / 4 ) b * # /. 2$ /# ' **& . 2# $ ' "$ 1 $ )" # ( ) $ 0n nn f t b f n t n n n t t $) " /.+ $ 0/ / 4)b * !-* ( ) f**1 n nn f t b f n t n n n t $ ''$ -* 2) '3 .* 0/. $ *!/# " . . / /$* ) ) ) %* 4. 0+ * ! *!! nn n f t b f n t n n n t 0 ' 0 #! '/ ' !/ ) ' 4 ) 0 #! ' / t 4 $ " # / ) % *4 ' 0 ) # / 6 ' . nn n f t b f nt n n n t $.* ) + * /$) " f * * . $. /# +' /* *) -$ 4 (* ) $) " ) !-* )/ ' !/ /* -$" #/ $&b-0 * ) ) $ ) / /$ ) ')*2 '') $& $) / /$) )/# & $ # $ * 2 ' ') -b -4 n nn f t b f n t n n n t # ' $ . * ! /# 0 . 4 $) $. *) '* 1 2 * -& $) " 2 $/# + *+' $ /0 ' !/ / * $" #/ t $ 0/ ) $ # '' ) 5 $ ) b $) 4 f# ( n n f f n n r r n n t t n n n n t t n n f f r r t t b b n n n n t t

PAGE 11

nr b t r f fb

PAGE 12

f n b t t f n r b f f bf n ! #2 < 2 -!4 ( 3 , ,77 ,* , 7# +! > 2,. "% ** %* f % 3,* , :*7= .2 % ,2 7, .7/ -5 3 , ) .2 < %7 # +8 ( 3 , 7# -+ 8+ 2 ,. "% ** .2% , 2 7, .7 / -5 (3 7 = 2/ f %3 3 f =27( , (( # 3 3 ; % 3 %7 # 2 ) ,7 #2 f2 3/ / / 3(% < =3 ( 37 < '/ 7 2% (( ) = ( %;% *" ,* 7# 22 2 ) < 3 : 7 ,* 7# 2 ) ,* r,2 7# b ,2 2 = 7 2 7 2 (= ( 37 7 :2 $ = *%"# 7/ ( ( 2 2 < 3 3 (% "#7 (= %*&:2 7:2 $ = *%"#7 < # * 7# ), $ 7 , 2 = ( # < 3 2% % *" ,((% <% 7# * :7, ), $ % ( 2 % ; * = ( " *2/ # <2 ' #.. * %* 2 ,*7 , 2 *'1 3 ?/ f f bf n r! f2/ * f2 3/ // #2%3 7) 3 ** ,:* 7# % 27# , :"#72 .7/ 7 f % 3, * f),2 % ( b ,3 . %7(/ # ( %77( "% 2( < 3 * ) f 2= 2* 3 / 2/ t / 2, ,'* 2 <#, 2 *7(= ,. * * , % * 7# *< 2 % 37 :% ( $ % *" %* 7# %3 %7= # 3 %3 $ ,* 7%*: #%3 t ' 3,* ; %( ( , * ) ,; #2 . 2)**7 $ ( =/ / / * < (($ ' *,< * t . * , 2 7 2 7, 2 3 ( 3) * # 3 2 $ 3 %" * #% 3 . ,3% 7 %, * < %7# ( f ,7 ,2 * 0: %. $ ) *7 , / * # 3 * $ 2 ,( ( %* f2 2 *% ; 23 %7= < #,,( % * f , * / %* :2 * : * 2 %3 *, < ) . (,= = f % $ 3 ,* 2 7 ,2 , ). *= / f f bf n ! 2 ( 7 ,* :2 * 7 7 % 3 2 % ; % *" , *"2 7 :( $ 7 %, *3 2 ,) #% 3 ) * = 2 % * 3 :. , * #% 3 .2 , ), $ 7 %, * 7, ) *" 2 , 7# f % 3, * , $ , ( , 7 $ 7 (% *" , ) . *= 7 2 -8 = 2 3 3 3 ( 3) */ f % 33 t,= ,33 ) * *7 2 , :7#2 * ,( $ ( " ( 3 7 < ' / f2 3/ r/ / , 33 ) * , ). *% # 2 :" #7 2 7, ' $ ( * / f % 3, * , :* 7 = 2 % *% *" # ,,( <,* , ; 2 7# = 77( 2 3 % * 7 #% 2 2 37 " ) / , # f 23 #( ( # # %" # . 2 % 3 ,2 2 *' 7 23 % (( ,* :" * f , ,2 * : ).7 2 t ) 3/ f 23 / n %2 = % # $ ) ** f2 3/ ,: %3 ( * f % 33 = r ,2 7 * f% 3 3 t * %( 2 , 7 # ) %7# 2 :" 7, 2 3 . * 7 : 3 = %* t ' $ 3 ,* ;% (( 7# ,2 ,7# = 2 = , 3) 7% 3 3 #, , (/ f f bf ! n ! ,77 = %) 2 (= % 3 7 , * 7 2 37 (,2 % * %; 23 %7= , * f ,* = / % ( ( f 7# < 3 < % 7 # 7# 3 % * ' %* # 3 2 7: 2 * #, ) / : 33 % " %3 72 %3 . 7 % * 7 %* 7# :%7) * # , 3 .% 7 (/ # # 22 = ' %; % ( : ) 7 f , * = * % "# 7 . 7/ 9 ,2 % 73 2 ": ( 2 ) ,* 7 # ( = )7 $ % * "/ n b f t n f f ft fn ## r)% + ) + &%)+,#+* + ,+%# #+ &% *&. % + )% $' &% + + -*+&" &. f n f f f tf * & % +/ % ) & $ & * * * * &. % *, ** % + +/ 0 * ' )& ' &* % ,* +) # ') " % )( , * + & ) + & , % + / 0* % & )* $ %+ t + ) &% * ) # * , * * & % % * / + &,% + / &$$ ** & % ' ,+ + ) #** % & % + # . + & $$ ** & % ) n * & ' -& + % f n f f f t ff ) % " ) ) ) , + ) & $ f #&) + + % )* +/ % +) , ) +) b ) % n # & ) & % ) . + $ !&) % t & , % + % b t nb b f nf bf r tf f t tr t r bn nn t t b t n b r t n f b r r b t f r f r n rf r f bf f r nb ft b b

PAGE 13

t 2'# ' # 3 # ' 6% % 3 8# ' 5 r #' 55 % &' " 5 2: !) )%. ! 235 8 8 $ 3 2 3 +'5 5 " 5 # ' 5) $' )8 3 56 ' 53 )2 &# ' 2) 65# '3 ' )& +%5# ' #''# ' " ) "5 !" : 2 3 3 33 &'53 . ) 8 5! 5 % % 5! 5 13 ) 65 ) 5! 8 : 8 2 ! 2 5 8 )2 $ ) 5 356 " '5 3 9# 5 5! 5!#2 ) 625 ! ' 5 ! 2 5 ! 23 3 5 25 5! : 2 ) 8#5! 3 +)2 53 5!& . f 62 %3 32 ) ) & <) 2 2 +23 '53 #2 '5 3 + ) 253 36 ! 3 3 $5 " %% 3 % % ' ))5 " %%. 2 2'#' % 2 5 2 + )#'5 3 ' /& )7#' ) 8' 5! %0 )2 /!# 5 " 5 # ' !)& 2 6'3 0 3 )62 + ) # '53 # '2 3. % % 356 '53 ! 7 ) % ) ; +) #'53 ) 2 5 ! : 2 ' 3 )& 2 8 %% )' 5!# 2 8 : 5) 2 ! #' #5 +% ' ) ' ! 7# ' &# %: '# !53 62 #' 5! : 2 5) % " 2 5 )62 36 3 33 . ! 23 2 9 #5 5) 3 ! 2 8 !5 5!# 2 / n r 13 0 2 8) 2$ #' )' ' 3 !)8 3) & 3 56' 5 / !# !% # !5 %& 3.0 r 2 '5 3 8 8 ' 5 5) 5 ! ' $ : ) 6 ) 2 % % ) : ) 62 3 6+ +) 25 #' 3 3#3 5 " # ' 8# 5! !) &8) 2$ ' 2) )5# ' : )6 2 35 6 '5 ) ' : )6 2 ) 6 2 # 3 5 ' &) 35 # &+) 25 '5 ' 3 %% ) 6 3 5 r # ' 5 5 % & '5 2 : 8 #3 ! : ) 6 25 3! ) ) % : 2 n r b t r f " t n " " ! r b "" r f t n "" f " " n " " " rf fnb t f bn b t r f n b nn t tt b b b fbt rnt n b f t b , r-) 2#' 5 ) 5 ! . . ' 3 6 3 62 6 '2 ) %% &'5 #' 5 ! ' " 5 #) '1 3 ) %% 3 ' 6 ' #7 23 #5#3 ! 3 2 )8 ' 5) *( & # % % #) ' 3 56 '53 . n ': 2 3 36& #' / 6% 50 2 3 +) '3 ## %# 5# 3 3 6 ! 3 % # 7 # ' 8 : 2 ) & !)& & ' " #' + 2 3) ' % 9+ '3 3 ' 3# '# ' 2 ' 5 % ) 2 + 62 ! 3 ) '52 53. ) # 5 1 3 # & + ) 25 '5 ) 2 + 2 '53 ' 5 ! #2 )% " % " !# % 2 ' 5) 2 7# 8 '' # % # '3 6 2 ' ' % %" 2 %5 &5 5 23 5 ! 5 5 5 ! &. % ) % % 2 ) % % #'3 62 ' ) 2 3 5 !3 3 6 3 5#) '3 . f 5 1 3 )) # ) 2 3 56 '53 5 ) 52 $ 5!# 2 3 + ' " # ' + : 3 ! 8 ! '7 2 +) 3 3 #% ' % # & #5 5! 63 ) 2 #5 2 3. !' 3 5 " 5 #' 6 + 356 '5 ) 6'5 2 3 2 ! 7 # % % 3 2 7# 3 ' 3 3 : 3 5 ! & 2# ' '$ 23 3 3 ) # 5 #) '. '$3 ) 2 ' ' #% ' 5 3 % #$ ! $ 3! #' #5 2 3 ) '% #' ' $ #' % ' % 25 3 ' ' '# % 6 5#) '. b f n r ) +2) 5 5 + 23 ) ' % 3 62#5 : 5! 2 % 2 )&  3#)' 3 :3 #51 3 #& + )25' 5 5) & # ' 5 #' 2 8 % % 22 # 23 ) ' ) &+65 " 23 2 6 % 2% : 6 + 5 ' 5 #"3 + :8 2 ' 5# "+ ! #3 !# ' ' '5# "7# 2 6 3 3 ) 5 8 2 3 62 & ) #% 7# 3 8 #5 ! +3 38 ) 2 3 ' ' 2 :+5 #) ' 7)# 6 5) & 5 # ) 8 ' % ) 3 ) 2 + +% #5# ) '3 ' " 8 2 ) 5! !# ' ' 2 3 ) 3) # % ' 58 )2 $# ' 3# 5 3 . f fr ! 5 # ) ' % 3 3) # 5#) ' ) '36 2 ' ) &  " 3 # )' 23 , ') 5 3 5!5 8!# % ! %5 ! # ' 3 6 2 ' +) % # # 3 5 8) 2$ ' 2 %% : ) 7 2 + ' '53 8!) 2 6%% " 5 #& 3 56 ' 53 + 2 '5 3 3 !) 6% ! $ 8# 5 ! 5 ! # 2 ! %5! #'3 62 2 ) 2 ' 5 3 &# ' " # 3 525) 2 5 ) ) ' 2& )7 2 ' '5 " 8 ) 2$ 3 2 7 # 2 . ') 5!2 ) +5 #) ' # 3 3 56 ' 5 ! % 5! # '36 2 ' +%' 8!# ! & : 7 # % % 5!2 ) 6 ! 5 ! ) % % . 5 6 ' 53 3 !) 6% % 8 :3 22 : ! %5 ! # ' 3 6 2 ' 2 ) 2 7 2 # 5# )' ) ) 7 " 2 ' # '5 # 5#) '. t fr . ! 3 6 3 53 5!5 + 2 '53 27# 8 5 ! &# " % : 1 3 ! ) & )8' 213 +) % #: ) 2 ) ' 5 5 5 !# 2 ' 5 5 ) )' 2 & + 23 ) ' % +2 ) + " 2 5 : ) 7 2 ) 2 ) '" &+63 !) 63 # ' ) 2 ) " & + 63 2 '5 % +2) +25 :. 2 '5 % + 2) + 25 : #3'1 5 )7 2 ) '3# 2 2 '5 2 1 3 # '3 62 ' 5 ) +2 )5 5 5! 3 5 6 " '5 1 3 + 2 ) + 25 : 2 )& & ) 2 5 ! 5. 51 3 # & + )25 '5 5) $ + % #3 5 ) +2 )+2 " 5 : # ' % 6# ' + 62 ! 3 +2 # 3 &)% ' 6& 23 ' 3 2 # % '6&2 3. f r 5! 3 5 6'5 ! 3 7 !# % )2 3 !)) % ! $ 5 ! & " # %: 1 3 65 ) # '3 62 ' +) %# : )2 ) '5 5 5 ! # '3 62 ' '5 5 ) # 8!5 !2 5 ) $ + )7 2 ) ' 5 ! &# % :1 3 +) %# : ) 2 38 # 5 ! 5 ) 3 +2 5 3 5 6'5 ) 7 2 " . 3 $ 8!5 !2 5 ! 22 # 2 ) 23 + 2 & # 6& # 3 ) 6'5 ) 2 3 5 6 '53 8!) & #'5 # ' )) 2 3. ! 3 5 &) 7 & : 5 ) % 7 5 ! 2 5 !)& 3 7# ' & )' : )' 9 + ' 3 3 %# $ # '3 6 2 ' & #'5 ' ' 3 ' + 2$# ' . f f r 7 ' )6 5 ) *; &2 # '3 9+ 2 # ' % %" 2 % 5 ' ! : 2 )2 #' 5) 2 " 3 2 ! , /t % 3 ) ) :13 n 6 %5# " ' 2 5#)'% )2 $ )2 0 . )2 2 )6 ! %: 5! )3 5 ) 2) 3 # 33# 35' + 2) " 2& )2 )' : 2 % % #' 36 2' + 2 ) " 5 5 #)' #3 7 #% % #' 35 8# 2 ' ) ' ' # % ' % %" 2 % 5 ' 3 3 6! 3 # ' 5# 5: 5! 5 +2 7 ' 5#)' ' 2 3 ) %65 # ) ' 5 2 7 # ) % 5 # ) '3 ' ) ' " 52 5 2 7 # 8 3 )2 #3+ 6 5 3 . b6 3 5 3 ! %5! # ' 3 6 2 ' )7 23 & # % 3 )2 ! % 5! #3 36 % % + % '3 ' ) 7 2 55)2 " ' : 3 )2 % % #3 36 3 . ) % 2 ' & )2 )65 % % +% '3 ' !) 8 + 2 '5 3 ' 5 ! # 2 !# %2 ' ' ' 5 2 )& !7# ' )7 2 7# 3 " # 5 n . r r r br t b n n n b rb b f t b t f f b b bt f t b f t f r f n t f f r r bn r r b n b b r b r r n b t r b b b b b t

PAGE 14

A 5, =,: t br fn t % =' ** %5' 6:' , +A (=,'5 >5 6' :A 55'-5 6 :* * :+ ?, 5--)?-%=56 & A ,'$ %: ;<&. 80 %A ,? 6: , : <&. -, : % 6 & 6 ,0 , :% ,6' > 6 ' :% !* 1=5: 5) '+ +A =55 =6 % 6 > , A56 5=6 %',$ , % ." / 66 6 -5 /6' :'> $ ' , # 8 A560 r') 5 :6 5 =6% -5 .CC A 56 , % ;. A 5 6 5 '>' ,$0 =6 :', ' 6 %/ % :%5 A 56 5 ' >' ,$0 =6 :', ,:* A ? 6 -, !5 -* *:' ,$ .7< A5 6 5 =6%' ,$ , %* )',$ =/ # :=%-?,60 -=$ =** $ % , ' $%:& A5 /66 5 /:' , 5 : -=%-? ,0 ) =,, % ." A56 5 '> ',$ , <7& A5 ) ' )& 5 :=5,0 -* %? % ."&A 5 )')&5 :=5,0 , : % , 6' > 6 ' :% !* =55=6 % =5 : )* 6 , :?6 6'6 :60 A * -5 f '* *6 % :%5 : )*6 6>, 6 6' 6:6 , , =+ * 5 >5 A0 '6 %-/ % , :)* , :?66 '6 :60 %? % =5 : )* 6 , :?66 '6 :60 -* 5* A % :%5 : )* 6 :? 6 6 '6 :6 , , =+ * 5 >5 A0 = ,, % 6 ' @ : )*6 , =5 66' 6: 60 5 :6 % , : )* , -, 6 6' 6:0 =** $ % :?6 6' 6:6 0 t=6 :', * % % -, : )*0 t ?56 % , : )* , -, 6 6 '6: 0 ,: * A % =5 : )*6 -=5 6 6 '6 :6 , -, = + * 5 > 5A 0 t,,, % -, 6 6' 6:0 % A=,$ 55' 56 :5 >* :**%6 6 :$ ' ,6: r5:% * -5 ' %5'6:', f '* = 6 A /: +5 <.0 ::' 6 :' 6 ?5 ,-: >'** : / 5 6 6 :' + 0 5' ' 5-, :' , -,: ' , =6 -5 :% t ? %, :% A :5 > * :** % 66 :$ ' ,6 : *-5 ' '$ % f' * %=56 A /:+5 ;C : 8 / 0 +0 t f b n r A n5 ' 6 :' , ' ,,A b r fn t /'5 ': 6: ' ) 6 6) : :6 6 6 :=+ * ',$ * * : % 6 : 5 + 6 +A 6 =, * ') 6 -+ :% ', $ f + >' 0 :% f'6 -, -= ,:A ' $% % * > 56 ':A % 5 * 5 6 :% 6 : 5+6 & + ? A * ' 5+ t= , <& ;C0 % f > 56':A % 5 * 56 :: , :% , ' > 5 6* % 5 * ' , $ 66 ' : '-, = + + 5 +/ : t ) 6,> '* * , ' > 5 6':A : % '6 6= ++ 5 0 : : %'6 +/ : % $' 5 * 6 ? 5 ? ':% 5'$-5 -=6 %* & * , $ 6 , +/ : $ ', 6 : % =, 5 6 -:% 5 $ '5 * 6 0 5 : ' 6 $ , 5 *A % + -5 , ', $ , * 6: :% 5-= $ % +6: :% ,'$%:0 % A ? 5 : = $ %: % 5 6 % ,:6 , , 60 % ' , & 6 :5 = :5 6 *6', :5= > , , ? 6:=,:6 : :% $ '5* 60 % > 56 ': A % 5* 56 5 :=5 , :f '6-, ? ': % 6 > 5 * ? 5 6 0 : :% + / :% 5 ?6 6 / '5': 6: ') : %: =* $ ' > , :61 = 6 % A 0 ** : % 5 A6 f 46 $'5 * 6 ? , :% -> : / '5 & ' : : ') 0 % A * 65 ' > =/ 5'-5 , = : & 6: , ', $ 5 ' -, 6 -, :% '5 / 5 -5 + , 6 , ' : ', 0 % / : ', , & / : ' , 5 + f * 6 + / : 5 : % :' : * * * + 5' , 6 0 6 % & * A, * % / : ', , * A 6 ' t, 6 & / & : ', % : / 5 5 + , 5= :', % 5 , ( = +/0 % $ '5 * 6 :% ? , , , -? % > :% -/ & / 5 : =, ': A : / 5 5 + ', :% -, -, 5 -, r ? 54 6 A 0 ,$ 5: =* : ',6 $'5 * 6 % ,) 6 -5 /5-= *A 5 / 5 6 ,: ',$ f :% 5=$% A = 5 : * ,:6 0 f ntt rt b t nft f n $* ( &' ( , & ! &' ' $ + $ ( & (&$% ' n&$#( &$+ !( ($ & ( # %# ! ,' f $# ' ' !,# ! # r#! ! '$# ! &$ + !( ( $ & ( !' ##&' $, $(( #,& $ * ! & $+ ! ( ($ &( %$#'$& ) ( ## (#& f!' b *' $#' n!$&# ( $ &, t*#' # $+ & * $%!# # ! ) , $( %()& ' "" n & ' bnr rf rr rrt b f f t t t f r b r r r r r n r r b r r r n bnrf A 5, =,: t b r f n t % = ' ** %5'6: & ' , + A > 56 ' :A 55 '-56 -: ** :+ ? 6 * '/ / A :% = , & : ? :% -5, 5 & , :6 * 6 : ? ) A 6 5 # &C 0 % A ,? 6 :, . & < -, :% 6 6,0 2 ? 5 -=: & + : % ', 6'B , 6 / =: =$ %: % 5 :: % >5 A ,3 6 ' % -: : % 5' ,$ 50 2b ? 6 / 5 -= : % ? A :% : = 5 A6 / * A0 b : : )6 * -: % 5 :5 : : + *') ? ? 5 /* A',$ , -, :' ,= :/* A %5 : % ,:' 5 $ + 0 2 ?:%5, + & / * : *A 6%=: -=5 ,6 ?, =: b ? 6 +6: ' + & / 5 66 ? ':% %-? =5 & ,6 /* A 0 *:%-= $% ? $ > =/ # /' ,:6 : %A /* A % 5 , : %A /*A :$ :%50 , :% :4 6 ** b , 6 ) 5 3 % 0 , :% ,6' > 6 ' :% ** 1=5 :5 ) ,6 -5 ,6 , -+/*: & '$ %: / 66 6 =: .7 ::+ / :6 -5 ; A 5 6 , :%5 ' ,: 5 /: ',6 0 * 5 ) %5'6: A % : ?/6 6 5 /:' -,6 5 <. A 56 0 5 *+ % 6 '@ 5 / :' -,6 5 .7 A 560 *6% 6'@ 55' 6 5 <; A 56 -, :% $ 5-=, 0 *+ ?6 , + :% ,6 '> / * A 5 :% ? ) 0 , : % ,6 ' > 6 ' : % ** t5 t )6 , ? 6 , + :% ,6 ' > / * A 5 :% ? ) ? ' :% .< :) * 6 , =+ * 5 > 5 A0 5 , -, 5 , ** % , ', :) * 6 , =6 =+ *0 5 ,: 5 : 6 % 6 > , : )* 6 , : ?5 =+ * 60 f :: = : , , %' * '/ ::6 % % 6 > , : )* 60 t ) 5 + 6:5 ,$ % 6 ' @ : )* 6 0 r : %, ' **' + 6 % = 5 : )* 60 % 55 ' -5 6 ?' ** / * A %6: : f AA :: :%' 6 5 ' A , ' $%: : 7 /0+0 : 5 & 5 ' 5 : ' =+ 0 n r n brf

PAGE 15

b t f n r f tfr bn !r t n ft f t t b t b b t b b t t n b f t rt b t r f b r f t f n f fb t n r t bb t b ntb n t rf n b r fr r tn n f t bb t n f bb t n brf f b b n b f t r f n t t bb t n t r b f n b tr t r ft rnt bt t tbb t n t r b f n b tr t r ftr ntb t b t f rrfb rb nr 8/ (= = ; /0 ' 7% 4/ 0 % % # /0 9 / 4 /# 04 % $ '04 8' # 07 )) ' /4 /0 ' ' %0/84 '% % 0 % 4 9 ## $% $ %4* ; 9/ 4 /0 4 4 ' /' % < 4 4 / ) 8 # ')$ %4 % 7%/ 7 #4 7 00 ' 9 ## 9 / 4 / 4 % % 4 7 47/ ' $% ; 0) 0* n ; ##'9 0 )'/4 0$ % / 0 % 4 ''/ '' 0 8 #4 4 0 / #; ' %0 /84 ' % 0 40 ## ' / 4 /0 4 #9 0 / 04 / 4 % 4 '$ $ / # 0# 7 4 / ' 9 # # * ; 7/ 07 04 % # 70 ' 0 % $ / 4 7 %4 % % 0 % # % 00 % #' '/ 4 : 0 ' % 0 )' /4 % +7 )$ %4 4' )/'8 7 % 0 '/ 0 44 '% 0/ 8 4 '% % 0 * 0 4 ' %0 9 / 4 '7% 4 '% ' 4 f'/4 $/ % 9 # # '%0 / 8 4 ' % $ '# 0 % 0 7 0 /); 0; 0 4 $ 4 4 9 ' 7# ' 04 / 4 $'04 /$ 4 ' %0 / 8 4 '% 07 00 0 ' ## 4 $* ' )7 # 4 '%0 ' 9 4 4 # / # " %4 #' ) 9 # 4 7/ " ; 9' ' 7 "0 % $ %; '4 / 0) 0 % 4' / '8 / /' $ 0 ' 7 % /7 # 4 : ) # ' 44 ' %* 7/ % 4 % :4 # %47 /; % 4 ' % 4 ' 4 7% 0 4; '% 4/ 74 ' / '% 0 /8 4 '% % 4 / # % 4 9 4 '8 / 4 /4 7 / % % #4 ' $/ -0 '7 4 '' /0 0)' /40 $ % 9'/ " '7 %4# 00 '7 / 0 4 ' ) /'4 4 % $ )/' 8 $ ## ' %0 ' /0 ' 8 4# 44 # % 0 % 9 4 /0 '/ 4 7 0 % %!';$ %4 ' 8 /;' %* b% 4 ( & 2= 0 7%4 / 0 % %#/ 0 $ / 4 / .0 4 % % 8 /'% $% 4 # 9/% 0 0 7 4 9 / 0 '7 / 4 4 $ % ; ) ' ) # %.4 7 % /0 4 % 4 / 7 # / ' # 4 4 0) '/4 0 $ % )# ; % '% 4 % 7 4' ) # ; % 4 '%0/ 84 ' % $'8 $%4 * /0 4 4 ' 07 0 4 % ' # ; ' 4 % "0 4 ' 0)' / 40$ % 9 0 b / t' '9 %/ ' t' . 0 7 % ' ) % ) ) / / ; * b% ( &1= % % 0 ;# 8 % ' 8* ; $ '% / ')4 t ' . 0 % / 4 ,r 74 '' / )' /4 0 $ %.0 ; , % 4 0 44 * 4 4/ $ % )/ '$ )4 % / '$ 4 f 4 ' % # '' 4 % ) '/ 40 '7 % 4 '% 4 '% )4 0''% $ / ' % 4 #' ' / ' 4 * * % 4* b% t 7 % (& 1( % * '$ 0 b% 4;/ f ** % 4/'7 t ' %4 0 '# 74 '% (( 1 7 4 '/ < % f 4 '% # 7 %4 % % 0 % ; '% 4 '7/ 4 4 7/ ; ' 8 / ; ) 4 $ / * ) * ' " 0 # * % 4/'7 % %4 # $ 0 7/ % 4 '7 0 * b% / #; ( & 16 ' % / 00 7% % $' 70#; ) 00 ' 4 ##0* r% ; 6 (& 16 / 0 % 4 f :'% 0 % 4 /0 4 ) / ' # $4 ' % ' f4 '% # 7%4 % % 0 % ; 9 / 4 % , b 7 / ## 4 < % 0 4' !' % 9 4 '7 4''/ 0)' / 40$ % % 4 9 0 70 ' ' 7/ %4 7 / # / 0 ' 7/ 0 % % % 0 7 / % 4 / ) / ') / $ % $ % 4 '/ 4 % 4 ' 7 4 7/ % / 4 ' %0* , ; # 4 0 7 $ $/ ## = ' 8/ % ' /0 % ' 8 / 2= = $ ;' /0 ! ' % % ; )/ ' # $ % 04 4 % #' # 8 /0 ' %0 ' f 4 ' % # 7 %4 % % 0 % ;* / 0 ) ' % 0 9 0 / $ 4 * f 4 '% # / '% # 0 4 4 % #' # ' / % < 4 '% 0 04 0 '$ 5 = = = ,')% '7 0, 7 % 4 % % 0 % / # 4 8 % 40 8 / ;9 / / '$ 0 '' 4 % / % 0 4' 0 7 7 / % /' )'%0 )/' 8 % % 04 $ 4 ' 7/ $ ## ' % $ / % 0 9 4 % 4 ' : ) / % 7 % / 04 % % ) ) / 4 4 / 4 ' % # '7 4 ' ' / 0 )' /4 0* r8 / 4 ; /0 f4 ' % # 7% 4 % % 0 % ; ' 0 4 $ %; $' / ) 7 # / #4 ' % 0 0 7 00 0 00 0 4 ; # / 4 0 9 ' 8'# 7 % 4 / 4' #) 0) '4# 4 4 '% 0 /8 4 '% '$)# 0$ % 40 ' 0) '/ 40 $ % % 9 '$ % * '% '/ / ; /0 8 % # 7 ' / 7 0 '$ 8 / % " ## $ 0 t / * / % ' # # $ / //; / 0 9 '/ / 4 4 ' / 4 / / 7 / 4 '% n ' 7 0 % / # # /8 0 / 4 4 / ; ; / t ' : 9 ' /4 ; % $ % ; ' 4 / 0 ) ' / 4 0 % % 4 /4 % $ % 4 7 / 0* f4 ' % # 7 % 4 % % 0 % ; # / 4 4 '7 / 4 4 7 / ; ' 8 /; ) 4 $ / / $ %0 4 $ ' 0 4 4 8 / 0 0 / '' 4 0 ' /4 0 8/ 7 % /4 " % 4 ' ) / ' $ ' 4 4 ' 7 4 ' ' / 0 ) ' /4 0 % ' % 0 /8 4 ' %*

PAGE 16

)* )' ) n )) ) &. & + + ' ) & ). & t ' & * &' ! f . & ) ), ) * ' ) ) ' )* ) ' n . & ! *'' rb tt b . t ! + ' & )) + & ) ' ' ! n ' ) & ' *' )& r b t t b ' , ) ) & ) ) & , ) + , & + & ) & '! # f ')* )' , & ) . , + $ ' . & & ' ) ) t ' & * ! # b , ' + & . & ' ' , ) ) !$ + *) ' ' ' &/ ' & && ) ' , & ' ) & " *' ) ' ! f ' ' . & & & ' t ' * ) . ' ) * ' ) n ) ) ) & . ! # r% ' ) & ) ' ' ) * ) ) + & ) & ) ) , ) , & && ) ' $ ' & ! ' ) . ' ' & ' ) & *&) & & ' ) n ) ) ) & . , & & ) , ) &* )' & ) *& & ' ' ) + n & , ) , t ' ! #+ & . .%' & , ) ) ) & $ ' &! f & ' * ) ' ' * ' ) * & ! t f bbt n t f b n r n ttb ft! f "$& # "#$& # ("' $& , & !'( !$+ "$& # ("' & ( '( $& ( '%$&('"# # !'( $)( b $)&' ( "#$& # ("' # !'$ * $$ ')'' )( !'( $#!, $)( $)& $$ !) # &)! $)( (& f nttb t t rtb tr r r " r b t rn " b b b t " b b t t " t t n n b " n n t b " t n f " b b f t b n r .,( & .#%n2 , / #1(. + 01 /(%/+, #,-(%, %01, #' ( $ ( #' ! (& ) (' ' -, ' ( $ #'" ,-+ +#& +, ' ( $ ( ! ( ' %%#' ( 0+ ' ( $fn rbfff & & (.& )& +*&#%(& & -( t )& ., ".+ %% (+ 0$' .' "(0, t r f t b n t n f t t bb tt r nt tff bn t tt rf b t nt b b t nf ffrf t f f nf f # f# " ! t n b t t n b t & t nb b b r!& n b t r $ % $ ! rfntnfb bfn b b t t n t r + *' + f + f , ) + # ( +" 2 2 + *' + f + f , ) + +# ( +" 2 2 + . +$ !##( !) +r+ 1( % + + tf( !.,+ f) ) + f + (f## +$ + / f &% + b! + " " '+ ( f) )+ f( # + f , f + n !0 ) + f(b f r f r n f t t tn b b f b t n f rf n r b t f f t b f bt bf n f r n b tn f n n r nb tn f n n rb ff n tftb # " r b $ t !% $ r $f t n !

PAGE 17

*5 +: 20. *6 7 : @1B D= 5>D C 45C 97>5 4 6?B *5>9 ?B C 1 >4 9 C12< 5 4 ) , F ?E385 BC 1 335@D n 5 4 *4 4 t ff % %) , ; nn r * . * E= 1D B1 )4t %149 C?> % 12; 2 6 ;<2 < =< 2 76 2 ; *6 9= *4 !8 8 7:< = 62
2 .: *6 5 8 47A. : r f f f r f f f ! ! L# ! ! L # f tt #!1 .3# 6B 1CC.'#!C 9 $(P: 4DI-*7*7 IPP 8 <2< L#BO r63!O ( *6< .$( t f rttr ! &' &*.)t ($ * $ & % t + $ ( ' & &, % ) & ! & ' ', + + %!$ $B D>t > f3 #. 6<* 4 *;; 2; <*6 ,. 5 * A + . *> *2 4* + 4. & > 7=, 1 .:; *,, .8< .n f # 676 *, ,. ; ; 2 + 4 . *8<; *4 4 t f % b %% ) nn fn $( *?; 76 2 :, 4. *-2 ;76 ffrt 9=*4 7= ;2 60 !8 87: <= 6 2 < ABD> t 3 75 5 . : ,2 *4 b 6-= ;< :2 *4 ": 78.:< AG 9D8 C D1D5 8978G 1 I 6B?>D175 ?B>5 B DC 2?D8 1 B F5I B5 5>5 B 978G 1I *?ED8 >D5 B@B9C 5 0?>5 &1 DEB1 < 71 C <9>5 t 9>38 G 1 n D5 B =19>t 1 33 5 C C D? 39DI ED9<9 n D95 C t LB5 8I4B1 >Dt 1 >4 C5BF935 6B ?= DG ? @?G5 B 3 ?=@1>95C (B?@5 BDI 81 C 5 1 C I 1 335C C D? !n rt F91 *) *) .9<< 2 E9<4 D? C E9D D5 >1>D ?B C 8?BD ?B 7 D5 B= <51C5 1 << + ?==I B5 5 >5 rn nBD> t > f3 n 7 >. 6 $8 ., 2*4 n f # 676 *,, .; ;2 +4 . *8< ; #. 6<* 4 *;; 2; <*6 ,. 5 * A + . *> *2 4* + 4. & > 7=, 1 .:; *,, .8 <. *4 4 t r ft % b% %) nn n ( :.. 6>2 4 4. "72 6<. % :*2 4 :.. 6> 24 4 . fffn 9=*4 7= ;2 60 !8 87: <= 6 2 < ABD> t 3. 1> D5 4 893 ;5 >Ct DEB;5IC t 7 E9>51 C 1 >4 @5 1 6 ?G< rn nBD>t > f3 7: $ *4. 7=; . 7< 6 < 1. %7?6 7/ $=?*66.. G 1 C trrrt &?G trrr ) f E<9C854t &5G % 5 D1 < ) ??6t 1>4 &5G ( 1 9>D ,D9<9DI E9<49>7 G9D8 .1 C 85 B 1 >4 B I5B &935 BE9D + B5 5 C nnrBD> t > f3 b r b r fn t f b b b t r n r r b r 2* 5 7 6" 4 * <. 4=5 "2 ,3 = 8 < := ,3 <7 7 4 +7 @ .; 1 B 9 ?E C C9 J5C r 5138 1<< n n 1=n @= %n f nBD> t > f3 br fr r n % b f r r t t f t t r 4 F JP FJP 7P b b 4 FJ EF JP 7P b t f n r tff f nb 6?B r G?B 4C ?B <5 C C b . 54>5C4 1I 1>4 B941 I / ?EB 14 G 9< < 1 ?EB G 52C 9D5 ?6 381B 75GG G 7B 55> 5@ E 2 <9 C8 9>7 3? = BD> t 3 3 n n f , +$ %+ ' & "' r f $ ! "! "% f!#"!)! ' ' *" ( n*"# # $ !!# # b t tn r "" b ! n r r f n r fBD>t > f3 f f n b r =; <: *42 *6 (.;< .:6 $*--4 . 2B 1>4 >5G G9 D8 D 17C ? > 9 D 3 ?= 5C G9 D 8 2<1>;5D t D G? 2B9 n 4 <5 Ct DG? 2B51CD @<1D5 C ?>5 3 EC D?= =145b t 1>4 C144< 5 C D 1>4 1<< r nn r f t BD> t > f3 # f ' ' #! * * b ,& " ( + $$ 7 7 6. A 7 ? 6 + 81 DC B978D >?D 89>7 4? G> 96 I?E ? G> I? EB <1 >4 !> D5 B5 C D B 1D 5 C 1C 4 CDB5 1= >5 D f n f t 3% : *-. 6 H f 4?E 2<5 G 945 G9 D8 =5 D1 < B ??6 6?B ?>4 CDB5 1= >5 D f n f t 3 : *6. ? tnn f 4?E2<5 G 945t C 5 DE@ 45 < 6 ?B ?> C ?6 rr 1 = ?>D8 1 << B9 3 nn ?B : 5 D 453 G9>4 CDB5 1= >5 D f n f t 3( * 6< .n G855 < 4B9F5 DB1 3 n D ? B G9 D8 6 B?>D 5> 4 < ?145B 2 13 ;8?5 1<< + ?== I B55> 5 n %?>41I n B 9 n 4 1I nBD>t > f3 A ; <.: A $17 88 .: ; 5 1B> E @ D? r @ 5 B 4 1 I E > n 4 5 B 3? F 5B C8 ? @ @5 BC >55 4 5 4 D? :E 47 5 B5D1 9< 1 >4 4 9>9 >7 5 CD12 n < 9C8 =5 >DC & ? 5 H @ 5 B95 >35 B5A E 9B54 1< < n n r f n f t @ 4 1 2 4:. 6B; : .;; .; * 9J 5 n G8 9D5 7 4 B5CCt G ?B> 1C M? G5 B 79B< 4 B5CCt C 5 n A E9 >f 25 14 G?B ; 1<< ?> 2?49 35t C 5 AE9 >f 2514G ?B;f1@ @<9AE5 C ? > 2?D D? =t 2 E9< D 9> 3B 9>?<9 >5 n r * 9J 5 n ?66 G89 D5 4B5C Ct G ?B> 1C M? G5 B 79B< 4 B5CCt < 135 G ?B; 1 B?E>4 2 ?49 35t @ B 5 DDI <13 5 G?B; 1D 2 ?D D ?= t 3 1 @ C<55 F5C n * 9J 5 n n ?6 6 G 89D5 4B 5CCt G ?B> 1C 1 M? G5 B 79 B< 4 B5CCt ? F5B <1 I ? 6 < 135 ? F5B 5> D9 B5 4B5CC t @B?212< I ; >55 D ? 31< 6 <5>7D8 n * 9J 5 n G8 9D5t 7 4 B5CC t < 135 1B ?E>4 >53; G9 D8 453? n B 1 D9 F5 2?49 3 5 n * 9J 5 n G 89D5 7 @1751>D 7 ?G >t 3 1@ C< 55 F5C t G89 D5 C5 n A E9 > G ?B; 1 3B?CC 5>D9B 5 2 ?49 35 1> 4 C< 55 F 5Ct 2ED D?>C 1 B ?E>4 >53; G 9D8 3 9B3E< 1B 3 ED n? ED ?> 2 13;t 251ED 96E< 7 ?G > n rr + 55> 4B5 CC 5C * 9J 5 n n #5< <9 7B 55> 7?G >t < 135 ?F5 B< 1I n r * 9J 5 n B54 7? G> t C 5 n A E9 >f 2514 G?B; 1 B?E>4 2 ?49 35 n r * 9J 5 389 <4KC C9J 5 2ED 4 B5 CC 9 C 6 ?B 1 D55> 4 9F9 C9?> 1 @@B ?H9 =1D5< I nb n ') ',* <9 =5 7B5 5> 4 B5 CC t C DB 1@<5 CC 2ED G9 D8 C @ 1785D D9 CDB 1@C D81D 3B5CC 3 B ?CC 13 B?C C D85 2 13;t C5 n A E9 >C C @?D D54 13B ?CC D85 5 > n D 9B 5 7?G> t 2E9< D 9> 3B 9>?<9 >5 n 1 2C ?< ED 54 < 51F5 =5CC 175 f t BD> t > f3 bb t r b b r b "( + $ $ +=2 4$1.-; .,3; ( . 44 7=; .; ;. 44 $< ..4 =2 4-2 60; *4 4 7+ t r fr f r t BD> t 3 3 36 K3# 2 # 3HC t 1 1. 3 + H,. C 3K2 # B M.11 CK /# H O6 K H6 b CL .3 + C 6 3 C H H # M .! # !L # BH. C.3+ .3 6L# B 7P P 3# MC8 8 # B C< ! L# BH .C . 3 + # H M 6 B0C 6& 16 B. ! KH KC H 6 M6 B0 &6 B 6K % 9$EE :D*J-7ID I M M M< )6 B. ! -1 CC. '#! C< 6 2 < > K. 82# 3 H 6 B 1# 6 BM 6 6 ! r tff -fK2 #B r H #B 6 , 3! 1# C 16 +C I *@ !. 2# H #B 2 .11 C 6 B !C J $@ M .! #< K H 6 2 H# ! > K . 0O 1# C M .3 + .3B # C# C # & '. #3 O K8 H 6 *P;% M M M< 6 B M6 6 ! M2.1 1 C < 6 2 FIPP 9$PP :EE7-DD*E N H IP P . 3 3 . 1 t A r % fK 28 C K2 C 8 . ! & 6 B C HB KH KB# ! C# H H 1 #2#3H 6 B 'N #! 33K. HO 8 O 2 # 3 H C< 8 . ! ,. +, 8 O 6 KHC < 1 1 n< < # 3HM 6 BH,< 9$EE:J4*$DD J < = # HH #B KC. 3 # CC KB # K B H . 3+< "f M C K.H C," ! L 3#C < .H .3+ & 6B 1 # + 1 C #H H1 #2 #3H ? #H C, % f6 M# CH ## C% CH 8 8 B 6L1 % 9$$ $:*4(-$4 I7 KB. #! . 3 # H ? 3H H 6 L # ,6 KC 3! C 1 .2 . 3 H# 6 KB # H K8 H6 EP; ? # 3 b f% 1 1 & 6 B 6 3CK1 H H. 6 3% 9 $$$:*4E-I 7ED H #! @@ M .H , H ,# % b# 1 8 3H #! t -% # M O t3 B # C#% ID-*I 8 2 K #1 63K C -K8 H6 *8 2 % # #! fI 26 C B# # 3H 9 $DD: J($-$D$J M M M<2 #1 H 63 HB K 0< 6 2 B . L # B C t 8 6 C . H .6 3C L . 1 1 # % fMF 3 0#B A < KH C H 3 ! .3 + 8 O #3# 'H C % 1 1 B# B K.H #B % 9 $DD: *$* -IP*J M M M<6 01 #O HB 3 C8 6 BH < 6 2 B . L # B Cf! B . L # B C < 6 #N 8 # B. #3 # 3 6 8 B6 1# 2% ## ! 26 B # H B .3. 3 + ? # 3 , # 1 8 < r K CH # JI< 9 $ $$ :EIJ-(J IP< M M M K .B#! < K CH 3 H . 1 # B 3 .3 + C 86 H #3H . 1< 1 # C # 63 H H 2 #B#! .H , < B# M# B 61 6 3. 11 . & # < 62 6B 1 1 9 4P*: *J*-(E4D B . L # B CfF "J PPP t % H BH K8 H 6 <*J r < 66 ! b6 2 # . 2# 3! # 3 #'H C< N 8 # B .#3 # # > K.B #! < 6 #1 63 .#C< f# C # KB, C# L . 1 1 # < 9 $P P: **7-*J D7 N f7PP r.C #1 1 3 #6K C t ft bt t B .3 & 6 B , . + , 8 O .3 + L . H . 63 r .3H #3 3 # B ## B < 8 8 B 6 L # ! 8 B 6 + B 2 < .3 3 . 1 .! .& > K 1 .'#! b6 K C. 3+ L . 1 1# < ff L . H .6 3 t 3 C H .H K H # 6 & r .3 H #3 3 # 9 $EE : I 7*-IDE4< 6 L# B 3 2 # 3H 8 63 C6B #! B6 + B 2 K /# H 8 O 2 #3H & 6 KB 1 # H B. .1 1 r KCH # b6 2# M 3 #B 9 6 # 3H #B C: 8 H 6 7 PPP? G 25 9>7 ?6 6 5 B5 4 6?B 9 >49F9 4E1>5 BC ?B F 5 D5B 1> @<1 I5BC G8? G 9C8 D ? 2 E9<4 ?B @?<9C 8 D85 9B C ;9<C 1B 5 ?>5 n?>n?>5 1 >4 B5 1C ?> n 12 6?B n =1 D9?>t @<5 1C 5 3 1 << rb nr ?B rb n f t BD> t > f3 ! BD 9L3 91< ! >C5=9 >1D9? > 1 >4 = 2B I? + B 1>C65 B 5BD9 L5 4 9> ! D8 B?E 78 * 1>4 + D 8B? E78 + 5H1C % r nn f t BD >t >f 3 2 ,.6; .=63 .*4.: =A = 63 F58 93 < 5C 1 >4 8 51 FI = 5D1< t 6B5 5 B5 =?F 1< ! < 1.: $.:>2 ,.; >* 24*+4. % ? G9 >7t 2EC 8 8?779>7t 3< 51> E@t 5D 3 1 << #5 F9> r nrn f t BD> t > f3 @ 8. :2.6 , ..,1 * 6 2, . .-.6? B 75 > 5 B1< 61B= 5A E 9@ = 5> D !4 51< 1@ @ < 9 31> D 9C 4 5@ 5 >4 12 <5 1> 4 DBEC DG? B D8I . 5 <4 9> 7 1> 4 = 5 38 1> 931< 5 H n @ 5B 9 5> 35 > 5 5 45 4 ? =@ 5> C1 n D9? > 5A E 9 F 1 < 5> D D? 5 H @ 5B95 > 3 5 H3 5<<5> D ? @ @ ? BDE >9D I G 9D 8 1 4 BE 7n 6B5 5 G ? B; @ < 135 ( <5 1 C5 6 1 H B5CE = 5 D? rn nr r r f t BD> t > f3 7 =6< A *58 #7*n *, :. ; , 2 t 3 *-2 ;76 . 201<; 8*:<5 .6<; t t 254B? ?= 1 @D C * 53D9 ?> ?EC9 >7 45 C97>5 4 6? B 3?=5 61 =9< 9 5C r *. EB>7 1B4>5 B B % 149 C?>t $ " 1 76. t frt % nn AE1< ?EC 9 >7 ' @@?BD E>9 DI f t BD> t 3 7=+4. ? 2-. /7: ; *4. 3 85 1 @t 31 << AE9 3; 6?B 25 CD C 5 <5 3 D9?> *9>7<5 C D ?? nn f t BD> t 3 7: #.6< 254B ??= =?29 < 5 8 ?=5t B5 =?45 < 54 1< < n r f r t BD> t 3 ; <*<. " : 78.: 5 G rr 25 4B??=t 21 D8 =?2 9<5 8? =5 @1 BD91 < n < I 6EB>9 C 85 4 1 >4 65 >35 4 G 9D8 2E9 <49>7C 1 >4 3 1B@? BD G9 D8 3?B>5 B ?6 7C 8EB3 8 )4 > 5HD D? < E5 *@B9>7C *D1 D 5 ( 1 B; >5 1B & 5 C D<5 . 1 D5 BC B5 35 9@DC D?D1 < t rrrt = 1;5 ? 665 Bt rnn t C 5B9? EC 9>AE9 B95 C ?>5C rt C89 @ n @ 9>7 C3 1<5 rt 5=2 B?9 45B I C ?6DG 1B5 rt CD1 >49 >7 3 7 B1 3; rt G 9B5 <5 CC B?ED 5B t 9 6 9 >D5B5 CD 54 3 1 < < rnn n ?E7 ?B r nn n *85BBIf t B D>t > f3nb *, :. +=24-*+4 . : =:*4 4 7< / 7: ;*4 . . 5 <?@I B?1 4 6B?>D1 75t *. BI1> 1B>81 B4D ) 4 t %1 49C ?> t rrr rn n r f t n f t @ 4( !# #) # ' 254B??= 21D8 ?> LC89> 7 $ 1; 5t >? B5@19 B 29 < ? D1 H n 5Ct >? 9 >CEB1>3 5t >? <1G> = 19>D 5>1>35t > ? 7 1 B2175 655 t >? G 1D5B 29 << t 1@@< 93 1>3 5C 9> n 3 7 1 @@<93 1D9 ?>Ct E>6 EB >9C 854 rrf =?>D 8t r r C5 3EB9 DI 45@ ?C9D t 6EB>9C 854 rrf= ?>D8 t rr C 5 3EB9D I 45@? C9D 1 >4 9>3< E45C ED9< 9D95 Ct rnn r f t f t @ 4 n +.-:7 75 n +*<1 17=;. t <1 B 75 <9 F9 >7 B??= f49>9>7 B? ?=t C3B55>5 4 @ ?B38 t C D?B n 175 C 854t 4?E2< 5 3 1 B@?BDt @B 9F 1D5 t > ? @ 5DCt >5 1 B 7C ?6 6 G I I5 1 B <5 1C5 G 9D8 B5 65B5>3 5C r @5 B =?>D 8t r C 5 n 3EB 9DI 45 @?C9 Dt n n rr f t BD> t 3 4262, *4 2 : . ,< 7: . 6 <*4 . *4 <1 $.: > 2, .; 6?B 1 r 25 4 6 5 =1< 5 " EF5 >9< 5 " ECD 935 @B? n 7 B1= 9 > B5 5 > F 9<< 5 t $ % 1C D5 BC 4 57B5 5 1 >4 < 93 5 > n C EB5 9 > 1 =5 >D1 < 85 135 9> 4 9B 53 D =5 >D1 < 85 1< D8 C5 BF9 35 45< 9F 5 BI B 5 n A E9B5 4 D =ECD 81 F5 C E@5B F9C ?BI C ;9<< C 1 >4941 D5 C =E CD @1 C C 1 " " 21 3;7B? E >4 C 3B5 5 >t 4B E7 C 3 B55 >9>7 1 >4 @ 8I C 93 1 < 9> ?B n 45 B D? 25 3?> C9 4 5B5 4 ?>D 13 D % B C B? G> rnn r ?B 1H B 5 n C E=5 C D? rn n =1 9< 1 > > 952 B ?G> I ?E D 8 C5BF 9 3 5C3? = f t f t 3 f n b rr t ' & #" %& " !% ( & "! & " " & " ! $* % ) # $ ! #$ $ '%& ' %& " $ " $ !& ( "" '! $ % & ! ! " "" "%&% #$% "!! ! ! & ! & ' ! $ %' &" ! %" ! % & &$ % &" $ % " $ ) &" t b t tt f "$ ! & t b b rr n % . 58 7:*: A " 7 ;2<27 6 * ?=5?> 5 D8 1 D 3 1> C @51 ;t C@5 << DI @5 D8 5 #9> 7 C < 1 >7 E 175 3 ?BB5 3 D< It > ? 5H3 5@D 9?>C ) 5C 51 B38 D I@ 5C 5 DD9>7 ? 6 2? ?; C D? 25 @E2<9C 85 4 " ?2 3 ?E< 4 < 1C D 1@@ B ? H9= 1 D5 < I r n r 4 1 I C ?B = ?B5 1 << +?= =I B5 5 >5 n %? > 4 1 I n B9 4 1I t 1= n @ = f t BD> t > f3 t b t bt r f n " n ! " r ! " r !! f ! "tb

PAGE 18

r t b t r n f r t b t r n f n n G G Gt7B55> 5@ E 2<9 C89>7t3?= t r f nr b b r t n n f " ! f t ! # $$ ! ' ' t )# * %(" " $ % * % &&" *% $ % ( * . $ % * ) (/ ,$ D 81D , # & +"! D 85 8? <45B ?6 D 85 6 ? < 7 3 5B D9 K 3 1 D5 81C K<5 4 C1 94 3 5 B D9K31D5 6 ?B 1 * 1H 554 D? 25 9 CC E 54 D 8 5B 5 ?>t *85 3 5 BD 9 K31 D 5 >E=25B 1>4 I51 B ?6 9 CCE1>35 D 8 5 45C3B9@D 9 ?> ?6 D 85 @ B ?@5B DI 1 > 4 > 1=5 9> G8938 9D 9C 1C C5CC54 9C 1C 6? << ?GC ( * * $ %t b b * / ( % )) + $ r $ # $ )))) & (& *+" $ ( / % (&% ( * % $ % "%( & ( " r b f $b b b r b " " ) ( &*% $ *85 r 1 3B5 D B1 3D D81D 9 C 1CD ? 6 D 85 -5CD r 1 3B5 D B 13 D ? 6 D8 5 $? B D8 1 3B 5C ? 6 D85 )?ED8G 5CD 'E1BD 5B ?6 )53D9 ?> ff *?G>C89 @ f $ ?BD 8 ( 1 > 7 5 1C D D81 D 9C -5 CD ? 6 D 85 5C D B97 8 D b ?6 b G1I < 9 >5 ? 6 )D 1D 5 ( ?14 b f D8 5 % <4 (? 3;I ?B 4 (? 14 #1 49C ?> ?E>DI 7 9> D 85 ? E> DI ? 6 #149C ?> )D1 D5 ? 6 < ?B9 41 t + > b < 5 C C CE 3 8 3 5B D9 K3 1 D5 C81 << 25 B 5 4 5 5 =54 133?B49>7 D? D 85 < 1 G D 85 @B?@5BD I 4 5 b C 3 B 92 54 9 > CE 3 8 3 5B D9 K3 1 D5 G9 << 25 C ?<4 D? D85 89785CD 29445B 1D D 85 G5CD 6B?>D 4 ??B 1D D 8 5 #1 49 C? > ? E>D I ? EB D8?EC 5 ?> D 85 f D8 41 I ?6 %3D? 25B r f 1 D f f 1 t =t 1D5 4 D 89 C f D 8 4 1I ? 6 )5@D 5=25 B r f t * # ) $ () " ( ! % * (+ * % +( * # ) % $ % +$ */ # ) % $ " %( / ! 1B5 > ? < =1> &+* / " ( ! nf nr f nf f n $ %* $ ?D93 5 9C 8 5 B 5 2I 7 9F5 > D81 D D 85 ? 1B 4 ?6 ? E>D I ?==9 C C9? > 5BC ? 6 #149C ?> ?E>D I 7 294C 6?B D 85 6?<< ?G9 >7 EB >9C 8 9> 7 1< < > 5 545 4 =1D 5 B91 D <12?B 1>4 C E@5B F9 C9? > 9>3 7 # 19>D5 >1 > 35 ? 6 *B 16 K3 #%* D ? K>5 7B1 45 1>4 3?=@1 3D < 9=5B?3; 9>CD 1 < < 5 4 2I # 14 9C ?> ? E> D I 1>4 @1 F5 $ 37 D85 9 >D 5B C5 3 D9? > ?6 $3 5 ? 6 1@@B? H9 =1D 5 ?G > 1 C $7 & B?:53D $E=25B rf b t 94 C = 1 I 2 5 C E 2=9D D 54 D ? D85 ? 1B 4 ?6 ?E>DI ? ==9CC9 ?>5BC 2I 45@? C 9D 9> 7 C 1 =5 1 D D 8 5 ?1 B 4 ?6 K3 5 < ?3 1D 54 9> D 85 #1 49C ?> ? E>D I ?EBD8? EC5 >>5H ( ??= rf f f r 1 CD &9 >3 ;>5I )D B5 5D #1 49C? > ID 9 =5 @B9? B D? &# ?> B941 I %3D? b 25 B f r f t $ / ) ( , * ( )+ * $ * # "" $ %* % &$ $ n% ( %$) ( t 9 4 =ECD 25 3<51B< I =1B ;54 G 9D8 D8 5 @ B? :5 3 D > E=25B @B 9>D54 ?> D 85 ?ED C9 45 ? 6 D85 6 B? >D ?6 D 85 29 4 5> F5 7 &B?: 5 3D r f L t << ?> DB 13 D ?B C 29 4 49>7 D 89 C @B ?: 53 D = EC D 25 @B5bA E1<9 K54 G9 D 8 D 85 D ? 6 *B 1 >C@? BD 1D 9? > D? 25 3?>C945B54t 94 )@5 3 9 K 31 D9? > C 1C G5 << 1C ? D85 B @5 B D 9>5>D 4?3E=5>D C =1 I 25 ?2D 19 >54 6B ?= D8 5 #1 49 C? > ? E>D I (? 14 5@1BD= 5>D ?6K35 ? BD 8 ?6 #1 49 C? > D5<5@8?>5 b b r f 25 b 7 9>> 9>7 #? > 4 1I )5@D 5=25 B r r f t 138 3?>D B1 3D?B 9 >D 5B5CD 54 9 > 29 449 > 7 D8 5C 5 @B ?: 5 3D C 9C CDB ? >7 3? @ 9 5C ?6 D 85 29 4 @13;1 7 5 9 ==549 b 1 D5 ? B4 5 B D? 8 1 F5 D9 =5 D ? B 5F 95 G 9D 1>4 F9C 9D D85 @B? : 53D < ? 31 D9 ?>t # 149C ? > ? E> D I B5 C5 BF5 C D85 B 978D D ? G 1 9F5 1 > I 9> 6 ? B=1 <9 D I ?B D ? B5: 53D 1 >I ? B 1<< 2 94 Ct 94 C G 9< < 2 5 ? @5 > 54 ?> #? >41I %3 D ?2 5B r f 1 D # 9 > D 85 #149 C?> ?E>D I ? 1B 4 ? 6 ?E>D I ?==9C C9? >5BC =55D 9>7 B?? = 16 D 5B G 8938 1< < 29 4C G 9<< 2 5 1 F19 <12 <5 6 ? B @E2<9 3 9>C @53 D 9?>t G1 B4 2I D 85 ?1 B4 ?6 ?E>D I ? = b =9 C C9 ?>5 B C 9C C3 85 4E < 54 6? B -54>5C 41I %3D? 25B r f 4 E B 9> 7 D 85 B 5 7E < 1B 7 t << 3 ?>DB 1 3D ?B C G9<< 25 >? D 9K54 9 > GB9 D 9 >7 ?6 D 85 CE335 CC b 6E < 29 44 5 B t nf nr r nr $ % * % ) ( ) ) " $ % * ) (/ ,$ *81D &EBCE1>D D? 1 (* % . +* %$ 9 C C E 5 4 9> D 85 ? E > DI ? EBD ? 6 "5 5 ?E>D I D 85 f D8 41 I ?6 E>5 r 9> D8 5 3 1E C5 G 85B 59 > # " $ +$ $ " " ) )+ ))%( $ $ *() * *% % ( #%*% ( ( * %#&$/ &< 19 >D9 6 6 FCt %)( ", $ $ ()% $ 5 65 >41 >D 259>7 1 C5 $? t b b fr fr 9 > C19 4 ?EB Dt 5 > :1 =9> t ) D5 G1 B D 1C )85B 96 6 ?6 #149C ?> ? E>D I 1<< D8 5 B 97 8D D9D <5 1 >4 9>D5 B5 CD ?6 D85 565>41 >D %)( " ,$ $ b ( )% $ 9> 1 > 4 D? D 85 6? <7 45C 3B9 2 54 @B ?@5B D I 7 1>4 C 9D E1D 54 9 > # 149C ? > ? E> D I < ?B 941 D ? G9D r 85 F B? < 5 D ) 9 4 ?> D 8 5 D 8 4 1I ? 6 %3 D ?25 B r f 1D 5> C *?G 9>7 GB53;5B I 1 B4 $ 1I<9< I F5 t #14 9C ?> D 85B5 b 1 6D 5 B 1 C @? CC9 2< 5 G9<< ? 66 5B 6? B C1 <5 1<< ?6 D85 C 1 94 4565>41 >D C %)( ", $ $ ()% $ B9 78D D 9D< 5 1>4 9>D5B 5 C D 9> 16?B5C19 4 @B?@5BD I 1 D @E2 b <93 ?ED3 B I 1 > 4 G 9< < C 5< < D 85 C1 =5 CE2:53D D? 1<< D1H5C @B 9 ? B < 9 5>C 5 >3E= b 2B 1>35 C 1> 4 : E 47 =5 >D C 96 1 >I D ? D 85 89785CD 1 >4 25CD 29 445B ? B 29 445B C 6?B ) $ $t *85 @B? 3 55 4C D? 25 1 @@<954 1C 6 1 B 1C =1 I 25 D ? D 85 @1I b =5 >D ?6 3 ? C D C 1 >4 D85 C1 D9 C 61 3 D9? > ? 6 D 85 12?F5 45C 3B 9 254 5 H 53ED 9? >t *85 @B ?@5B DI G 9<< 2 5 1F1 9<1 2<5 6?B 9>C @5 3 D9 ?> 1 D 5> C *?G9 >7 GB53;5 B I 1B4 25 b DG 5 5 > D 8 5 8 ? E BC ? 6 f # D8B? E78 ff # D 85 =?B>9 >7 ?6 D 85 C1< 5t > 13 3? B 41 > 35 G 9D8 D85 =5B 93 1>C -9D 8 9C 129<9D 95C 3D @5BC?>C G 9 D 8 49C b 1 29< 9D9 5C > 5 54 9> 7 1 C@5 39 1< 1 3 3 ?==? 41D9? > D? @1 BD 9 39 @1 D 5 9 > D 89C @B? 35549>7 C 8?E <4 3 ? > D 1 3 D D8 5 <5 B ; ?6 ?EB D D5 < 5@8?>5 b f >? < 1 D5B D 81> C 5 F5 > 4 1 IC @ B9? B D ? D85 @B? 35 5 49>7t 5 >: 1= 9> t ) D5 G1 BD 1C )85 B 96 6 %6 #14 9C ?> ?E > DI 4 ED 8 ?B9D I $ 1 >>?E>35C 1 =55 D 9 >7 ?6 D 85 $ % @ 5 B 1D9 ?>C ?==9 D D 5 5 D 8 1D 1 < < 9 > D 5B5CD 54 @5B C ?>C 1 B5 9 >F9 D 54 D ? 1 D D 5 > 4 t * 8 5 $ 9 C 1 <5 71< 5> D 9D I 1> 4 @ E 2 <93 2 ?4I 3B51D 54 @EBCE1>D D? D 85 @ B ?F9C 9 ? > C ? 6 ) 5 3 D 9 ?> f tf < ?B 941 )D 1D ED 5C 1 > 4 1> >D 5BD 1 = ?> 7 1 ; 5 B B 146 ?B 4 ?< E=2 9 1 9H9 5 9 < 38 B9 CD 1=9 < D ? > 56 6 5 BC? > " 1 61 I5D D 5 " 5 FI #149C ?> &E D > 1= ) EG1> > 55 * 1I9 ?> 1>4 -1;E< < 1 ?E > D 95 C 1 > 4 =E >9 3 9@1< 9 D9 5 C ? 6 5 41B !5I B?CC 9 D I "1;5 9 D I "9F 5 %1 ; # ?> D 93 5 << ? &5 B B I -89 D5 )@B 9> 7C 1> 4 ?BD 89> 7D ?> ) @ B9 >7C < ? B9 41t * 85 $ C % @ 5 B 1D 9?> C ?==9 D D 5 5 =5 5 D 9> 7 G 9 << 2 5 85< 4 1D ff 1t =t ?> 5 4 > 5 C4 1 I % 3 D ?2 5 B r f 1D ? EBD I1B4 2 I #1BB9? D D )r>4 ) DB 5 5 D 19 >5 CF 9< <5 < ?B 9 4 1 r t *8 5 $ C %@ 5B1 D 9 ? >1 < ?==9D D 55 = 5 5 D 9 > 7 G9 << 2 5 D ? 3 ?>4E3 D 75 >5 B 1< 2E C 9> 5CC ? 6 D 8 5 3? ==9 D D 55t 6 1 @5BC?> 45 b 3 94 5 C D ? 1 @ @ 5 1 < 1 >I 45 39 C9 ?> =14 5 2 I D 8 5 $ G9D 8 B5C@53 D D ? 1 >I =1 D D 5B 3 ?> C94 5 B 5 4 1D D 8 5 =5 5D 9 >7 CE 38 @5 B C?> G9 < < >554 1 B53?B4 ? 6 D 85 @B?35549 >7 C 1 > 4 =1I > 5 54 D ? 5>CEB 5 D 81D 1 F5 B 2 1D 9= B53?B4 9C =145 9 >37 D 85 D 5C D 9 b = ?> I 1 > 4 5F9 4 5 >3 5 E@?> G 89 3 8 D 85 1@ @51< 9C D ? 2 5 =145t > 133?B41 >35 G9 D8 D 85 =5 B 9 31 > C G 9 D8 9C1 29 <9 D 9 5C 3 D @ 5 BC? >C > 55 4 9> 7 C @5 39 1< 133?==? 41 D 9 ?> ? B 1> 9> D 5 B @ B 5 D 5 B D ? @1B D 93 9 @1D 5 9> D 8 9C @ B? 3554 9> 7 ?B 81F 5 1 >I A E5 C D9 ? >C @ < 5 1C5 3? > D13 D 1 9D 8 ?I <5 <5 B ; D ? D 8 5 $ ? 1B4 1 D rb r ?B rb 1D < 5 1C D ?>5 f 2 EC9 >5 CC 4 1I @ B9?B D ? D 85 41 D 5 ?6 D 85 =55D 9 >7 t n r $ * (+* %+( * % * *( +" ( + * $ $ %( # )%$ %+$*/ " %(t &(% * ,)%$ " $%t r fb fb & $ ( )* * % #( (* %)-"" & 5 3 51 C54 000000 0000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000000 0000000 00000n $%* * % ( *%() *8 5 14=9 >9 CD B 1D 9 ?> ?6 D 85 5 CD 1 D 5 ?6 #( ( * %)" " & 45 b 3 5 1 C5 4 G8?C5 41D 5 ? 6 45 1D 8 G1C E< I r r f 9 C @5>49 >7 9> D 85 9 B 3E9 D ?EB D 6 ? B #149 C?> ?E>D I < ?B 9 41 &B?21D 5 9 F9C 9 ? > 9 < 5 $E =25 B rf b f b & D 85 144B 5 CC ? 6 G89 3 8 9 C # 149 C?> ?E>D I ? EBD 8? EC5 #1 49 C?> < ?B 9 41t *85 >1=5 1>4 144B 5 CC ? 6 D 85 &5BC?>1 < (5@B5 C 5 >D 1D 9F 5 1>4 D85 &5B b C?>1< (5 @B 5 C5 >D 1 D9 F5 J C 1D D ? B>5 I 1 B 5 C5D 6? BD 8 25< ? Gt < < 3 B 5 49 D ?B C ?6 D 85 45 3 5 45 >D 1>4 ?D 85B @5BC?>C G8? 81F5 3< 19 =C ? B 45=1>4C 1719 > CD 45 3 545 >D J C 5 CD 1D 5 9 >3< E49 >7 E>=1 D EB54 3?>D 9 >75>D ?B E>< 9 AE9 41D 54 3 < 19=C 1>4 G8? 81F 5 25 5 > C 5B F5 4 1 3 ?@I ?6 D 89 C >?D 9 35 =ECD K< 5 D 859B 3< 19 =C G9 D 8 D 89 C 3 ?EB D *$ * " * ( % * ( #%$*) *( * * % * ( )* &+" * %$ % * ) $% * %( *( b */ /) * ( * * % ) (, % %&/ % *) $%* %$ * #t < < ?D 85 B 3 B 5 4 9 D ?B C ?6 D 85 45 3 5 45 >D 1 >4 ?D 85B @5BC?>C G8? 81F 5 3< 19 =C ? B 45 b = 1>4C 1719 >CD D 85 45 3 5 45 >D J C 5 CD 1D 5 9 >3< E49 >7 E >=1D E B 54 3? >D 9 >7 5>D ?B E>< 9 AE941 D 5 4 3 < 19 =C =ECD K<5 D 85 9 B 3 < 19 =C G9 D 8 D 89 C 3?EBD *$ * ( #%$* ) * ( * * % * ()* &+"* %$ % * ) $%* t "" " #) $% * )% " -"" %(,( (( t $%* *)*$$ * * # &( %) ) * %(* %, $/ "# " *-% r / () %( #%( * ( * $* J ) * % * ) (( t * * % * ( )* &+" * %$ % * ) $% * ) )& b *# ( r rf t D D ? B>5 I 6?B & 5 B C? >1< (5 @B 5 C5 >D 1D 9F 5 & 5B C ? >1< (5@B5C5>D 1D 9 F 5 ($) * # t & t B>5CD # t & 1 7 5 < ?B 9 41 1B $? t & ? CD %6 K35 ?H &?CD %6 K3 5 ? H #149 C? > < ? B9 41 rf #149 C?> < ?B 9 41 rf n r fn f # " " r % f " " b"n r fb t# ! t r ! n " & f & " f #" " b #r " f # " " #" # " & f " # " & # " # " & f $$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $$ $$ $ $$ $$ $$ $$ $$ $ $$ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$$ $$$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $$$ $$ $$$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $$$ $$ "& $ $ $$ $$ $ $ $$ $ $$ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $$ $$ $ $$ $ $ t" f" $ $$ $$$ $$$$ $$$$ $ $ $$$$ $ $$$ $ $$$$ $ b $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ t b t b tr fn " n ! " r ! " r !! f ! "t b

PAGE 19

n r b t r f n n f t tb nn