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Suwannee Democrat

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Title:
Suwannee Democrat
Creator:
Suwannee Democrat
Place of Publication:
Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak, Fla
Publisher:
J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1897-1928>]
semiweekly
regular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak

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Abstract:
The Live Oak Suwannee Democrat is one of the oldest continuously published weeklies in the State of Florida. It began in 1884 in Live Oak, which at the turn of the century was the fifth largest city in Florida, preceded only by Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, and Key West. The Suwannee Democrat enjoyed a corresponding reputation as a journalistic leader in the state. As its name suggests, the newspaper in its early days was affiliated with the Democratic Party. Its first editor hid under an assumed name when he was suspected of murder. A deathbed confession by the actual perpetrator allowed him to resume his true identity: F.R. McCormack, about whom, however, little else is known. From 1906 through 1907, the Suwannee Democrat was supplemented by the Live Oak Daily Democrat, edited by Charles W. Irwin. The rural character of early 20th-century Suwannee County, well known for its grist and lumber mills and poultry farms, is visible in the pages of the Suwannee Democrat. Indeed, over the years the newspaper has won numerous awards from the Florida Press Association for the quality of its agricultural reporting. Fires have taken their toll on the Suwannee Democrat. In 1906, a disgruntled printer left Live Oak by railroad on the night that the newspaper’s offices were burned to the ground. In October 1995, a fire destroyed a historic block of Live Oak’s downtown, and the newspaper’s office was one of the casualties. Lost in the fire were the last known issues of the Suwannee Democrat dating from 1897 through 1900.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form:
Electronic reproduction of copy from George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida also available.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note:
Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Suwannee Democrat, J.E. Pound 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.
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Live Oak daily Democrat
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MEET YOUR

TEACHER, 5&74

Wednesday Edition -August 18, 2010
125th YEAR, NO. 88 i 3 SECTIONS, 34 PAGES


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DOWNTOWN RENOVATION COULD BEGIN i
IMMEDIATELY, SAYS CONSULTANT
SEE STORY BELOW Kl


Serving Suwannee County since 1884, including Live Oak, Wellborn, Dowling Park, Branford, McAlpin and O'Brien ' 50 CENTS



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and in football gear. - Courtesy photos


CASEY BREWER WINS
PRESTIGIOUS APPOINTMENT
TO WEST POINT--
AND A SPOT ON THE
FOOTBALL TEAM TO BOOT.
SEE STORY, PAGE 14A.


Natural

causes are

suspected

in traffic

death
Staff
Natural causes may be to
blame for the death of an
87-year-old Live Oak man
in a Saturday morning traf-
fic accident, according to
police.
Junior Theodore Under-
wood was pronounced dead
at the scene of the 6th Street
crash in Live Oak.
According to LOPD Det.
Sgt. Ron Shaw, Under-
wood's 1996 Chevrolet
SEE NATURAL, PAGE 14A

POLICE
Wellborn
man faces
molestation
charges
A Well-
born man
was booked "
into the
Suwannee -t '
County Jail
Thursday on James
charges of Hutchinson
lewd and las-
civious molestation, sher-
iff's reports show.
According to a report by
Sheriff's Lt. Wayne Mus-
grove, 53-year-old James
Andrew Hutchinson, of
SEE WELLBORN, PAGE 14A

Alleged
thief adds
insult to
injury
A McAlpin --.
man who al-
legedly hired ,'
someone to
do his dirty
work was ar-
rested on Barney
grandtheftIII Hingson
charges, the
Suwannee County Sheriff's
Office reported.
Barney Duane Hingson,
64, of 17795 CR 252 al-

SEE ALLEGED, PAGE 14A




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Bash a big hit


- Photos: Carnell Hawthorne Jr.
An early morning rain didn't keep students and parents away from the Back to School
Bash Saturday at the Suwannee County Coliseum. Participants and Suwannee Coali-
tion workers showed up in droves to ensure that when kids in Suwannee County re-
turn to school, they have the basic necessities, such as backpacks, pads and pencils,
to start the year off right. See more photos, Pages 12-13A.


Live Oak looks ahead


Downtown renovation could
By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
A consultant for the Live Oak Part-
nership said the city has enough funds
in the Community Redevelopment
Agency's (CRA) budget to dramatical-
ly alter Live Oak's appearance over the
next 10 years.
Jim Beeler, a PhD candidate in urban
and regional planning at the University
of Florida, concluded a nine-month
study in July.
He recently made a presentation at
City Hall highlighting several areas in
the city he said could be improved or
changed to make downtown more at-
tractive to businesses and residents.
"We have to come up with a way to
make it better," said Beeler. "If in-
vestors don't feel they're putting their
money in a place that's moving for-
ward, they won't."
Beeler said the way to make Live
Oak more attractive is to work in


SUWANNEE
COUNTY

BACK TO

SCHOOL
INFORMATION
PAGE 15A


begin now, says consultant
Proposed City r
Hall clock tower
- Illustration r
courtesy Live Oak
Revitalization . .
Vision Plan




stages. He said planting numerous
trees, such as the Eastern Redbud and
the Crape Myrtle, would begin to
change the feel of downtown. Next,
Millennium Park should be outfitted
with a public restroom fashioned to re-
semble the historic passenger rail sta-
tion near Suwannee Museum. Water
fountains and seating would be includ-
ed as well.
Across the street at Veterans Park,
Beeler suggests restoring the Wrigley's


SEE LIVE OAK, PAGE 14A


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Live Oak

1 City looks to raise utility
rates, cut charitable giving
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Live Oak City Hall. - File photo
By Jeff Waters
jeff.waters@gaflnews.com
See related story below.
Open up your wallets and checkbooks, city resi-
dents. The Live Oak City Council is proposing a 3
percent hike in residential utility rates, to make up for
a lack of funds being received from Suwannee Cor-
rectional Institution.
The council is considering a 4-year rate plan that
will raise residential rates gradually, beginning with a
minimum of $1.66 per month, if approved, beginning
in 2011. A minimum residential utility bill would in-
crease from $53.81 to $55.47.
SEE BELT, PAGE 14A


PRINS: PAY HIKE
'INCONCEIVABLE'
* By Jeff Waters
Live Oak City Councilman
Adam Prins called a 3 per-
cent pay hike for city work-
ers "inconceivable" in light
, ' of a proposed utility rate in-
crease in the same amount.
--' "I don't know how you
Adam Prins can justify to people raising
their rates, when you're rais-
ing salaries or whatever at the same time,"
Prins said during a budget workshop Thursday
night.
Councilman Ed Rewis said he held the same
view.


SEE PRINS, PAGE 14A


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Serving Suwannee County Since 1884

The Suwannee Democrat, published
Wednesday and Friday.
Periodicals postage paid at
Live Oak, FL 32064. Business located
at 211 Howard Street East, Live Oak,
FL. Publication number 530180.

"POSTMASTER:
Send address changes to Suwannee
Democrat, PO Box 370, Live Oak, FL
32064." Annual subscription rate is
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$48 out of state. Subscribe online at
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OFFICE HOURS
Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Letters, comments and opinions on
the Viewpoint & Opinions page are
not necessarily those of the
management/ownership of the
Suwannee Democrat.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Letters may be mailed, faxed or
e-mailed to our office. All letters are
read. Not all letters are published.
Letters may be edited to fit available
space. The editor should not alter the
writer's point of view. Well written
letters require less editing. Keep it to
the point, an ideal range is 150 to
200 words. Please include your
name, address and day and evening
phone numbers for verification.
Letters MUST be signed. Letters to
the editor can be limited to one
letter per quarter per individual.


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think! Callers may dial 208-8314 and leave a
message to express their thoughts, good or
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Editor's note: The
Suwannee Democrat
prints the entire arrest
record each week. If your
name appears here and
you are later found not
.'iili\ or the ,(ili,..., . are
dropped, we will be hap-
py to make note of this in
the newspaper when ju-
dicial proof is presented
to us by you or the au-
thorities.
The following abbre-
viations are used below:
SCSO-Suwannee
County Sheriff's Office
LOPD-Live Oak Po-
lice Department
FDLE-Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforce-
ment
FHP-Florida Highway
Patrol
FWC-Florida Wildlife
Commission


DOT-Department of
Transportation
OALE-Office of Agri-
cultural Law Enforce-
ment
P & P-Probation and
Parole
USMS-US Marshals
Service
ATF-Department of
Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms
DOC-Department of
Corrections

August 12, Kenneth
Jerome Cooks, 41, 539
Anna Ave Live Oak, Fl,
ftc o/c worthless check
SCSO K. Osborn
August 12, Ray Anthony
Duncan, 50, 317 Andra
Davis Street Live Oak, Fl,
ftc o/c battery dom viol
SCSO-K. Osborn
August 12, James An-


drew Hutchinson, 53, 408
17th Ave Wellborn, Fl,
lewd/lasc molest-10 count
SCSO Wayne Musgrove
August 12, Barney Du-
ane Hingson, 64, 17795
CR 252 McAlpin, Fl,
grand theft iii SCSO K.
Osborn
August 12, Ernest
Robinson, 51, 815 Wood-
lawn Drive Valdosta,
Ga,failure to return rental
property SCSO-S. Law
August 12, Travis Tyler
Spivey, 22, 15160 CR 132
Live Oak, Fl, vop poss -
20 grms cannabis and dui
SCSO-S. Law
August 12, Ismael Se-


gura-Maquedia, 37, 13206
SR 51 Live Oak, Fl, no
valid dl SCSO-W. Kelly
August 13, Calvin James
Souter, 35, 670 NE Gibbs
Terr. Lake City, Fl, Sent 10
days cj wkends SCSO-
H.Tucker
August 13, Eric Lan-
caster Payne, 54, NFRC
Lake Butler, Fl, return for
court SCSO-S. Law
August 13, Jonathan
Denton Smith, 37, N FL
Reception Center Ci Lake
Butler, Fl, return for court
SCSO-S. Law
August 13, Corey James
Butts, 20, 15408 85th
Road Live Oak, Fl, ftc


Suwannee County

Fire/Rescue calls
for service for Aug. 8 - 14, 2010

Total calls for service: 78


Medical Calls: 70
Cardiac: 9
Trauma: 8
Motor vehicle
crash: 4
Miscellaneous
medical call: 15
Altered mental status: 2
Respiratory: 11
OD: 1
Diabetic: 2
Abdominal pain: 8
Weakness: 5


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Seizure: 2
Death: 1

Fire Calls: 8
Motor vehicle crash: 5
Brushfire: 1
Down power line: 2

Volunteer Fire
Responses: 15
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(Reckeless driving) **cash
only** SCSO - M. Lee
August 13, Eric Arnold
Nelson, 42, 214 Seminole
St. Live Oak, Fl, ftc poss
alc on managed 1 SCSO -
K. Osborn
August 14, Mark Kevin
Gooden II, 23, 1600
Helveston Apt D-3 Live
Oak, Fl, ftc o/c poss alco-
hol bev on managed land
SCSO-K. Osborn
August 14, Carl Patrick
Simmons, 21, 1313 7th
Street Live Oak, Fl, deal-
ing in stolen prop SCSO -
SGT. D. Watson
August 14, Cyle
Jonathan Pittman, 60, P.O.
Box 292 Live Oak, Fl, dui
OALE - J. Smith
August 15, Michael
Allen Northrup, 28, 152
N.W.Garner Glen Lake
City, Fl, vop (poss-20
cann/dui) SCSO - T. Lee
August 15, Ronald Lee
Johnson, 50, 16887 65th
Rd Wellborn, Fl, d.u.i.
SCSO - SGT. J Zimmer-
mann
August 16, Anthony Bat-
tista, 20, 18635 229Dr
Live Oak, Fl, suw cnty
wrnt vop, o/c
extortion/threats, acc.
a/fact grand theft motor
vehicle cash bond, suw
cnty wrnt vop, o/c burglary
structure, grand theft iii,
cash bond SCSO-C.
Rhoads
August 16, Joseph
Thomas Henderson, 24,
2260 Iron Stone Dr. Jack-
sonville, Fl, retail theft
SCSOT. E. Roberts
August 16, Joshua Ken-
neth Leonard, 32, 11101
Normandy Place #2 Tam-
pa, Fl, writ of bodily at-
tachment, cash only
SCOS-M. Jelks
August 16, Sean Patrick
Martin, 28, 3984 274th
Street Branford, Fl, suw
cnty wrnt o/c manufacture
cntrl sub. cannabis SCSO-
T. Mullins
August 16, Shannon
Minton, 31, 1443 Ron
Road Jacksonville, Fl, re-
tail theft, disorderly con-
duct SCSO T. Roberts
August 16, Mike Obryn
Vasey, 38, 3883 SW
Ichetucknee Ave Lake
City, Fl, failure to comply
w/sex offender registrati-
ion 2 cnts SCSO-M.
Maxwell



Quilting

Guild

will meet

Aug. 25

The Lady of the Lake
Quilting Guild will hold its
monthly meeting on
Wednesday, August 25 at
9:30 a.m. at the Teen Town
533 NW Desoto St, Lake
City, Florida (2 blocks
north of Duval (US 90) on
Lake Jeffery Road).
The Guild will feature
our own Lorraine Miller,
who speak to the group
about the upcoming 22nd
Annual Quilt Show and
Sale, October 15-17.
The Guild is an organi-
zation for anyone interest-
ed in quilts and the art of
quilting. The Guild makes
and distributes over 200
quilts a year to various
charities and non-profit or-
ganizations in the Suwan-
nee Valley Region.
The 22nd Suwannee Riv-
er Quilt Show and Sales at
Stephen Foster Folk Cul-
ture Center State Park in


White Springs on October
15-17, is a judged quilt
show with vendors, bou-
tiques and much more.
For more details, contact
President Ramona Dewees,
386-496-3876.


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PAGE 3A


Writing his own ticket


SHS grad Forrest
Bass honored
at the Library of
Congress for article
in law journal

Submitted
Suwannee High and Stet-
son University College of
Law graduate Forrest Bass
recently received a Burton
Award for student legal
writing. This national
award, presented on June 14
at the Library of Congress
in Washington, D.C., was
given to only 15 recent law
graduates nationwide.
Bass was honored for his
article "Calming the Storm:
Public Access to Florida's
Beaches in the Wake of
Hurricane-Related Sand
Loss," which was published
in the Stetson Law Re-
view's spring 2009 issue.
Bass also received the St.
Petersburg Times Award for
his writing on the Stetson
Law Review.
On June 17, the U.S.
Supreme Court issued its
opinion in the case Mr. Bass


- -,


analyzed. Bass now prac-
tices estate planning and tax
law with the Punta Gorda
law firm of Farr, Farr,
Emerich, Hackett & Carr
PA.
The Burton awards,
which were created by at-
torney and author William
C. Burton of New York
City, recognize achieve-
ments in legal writing, legal
practice, and public service.
Others honored at the 2010
ceremony included U.S.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth
Bader Ginsburg, CNN se-
nior legal correspondent
Jeffrey Toobin, and Bryan
Garner, editor in chief of
Black's Law Dictionary and
the May 2010 commence-
ment speaker at Stetson
University College of Law.
Forrest is the son of
Carter and Vickie Bass of
Live Oak. A 2003 honor
graduate of Suwannee High
School, Forrest received his
Juris Doctor degree from
Stetson University College
of Law in 2009 and his
Bachelor of Arts, cum
laude, in Business Adminis-
tration from Flagler Col-


lege.
While in law school, For-
rest served as the Recent
Developments Editor for
the Stetson Law Review
where he earned the Out-
standing Worker Award and
has had his work published.
He also received the
Suzanne Armstrong Award
for Excellence in Legal
Writing and Professional
Conduct and the St. Peters-
burg Times Award for Best
Write-On Competition Pa-
per with the Stetson Law
Review.
Forrest worked as a fed-
eral judicial intern with the
Honorable Mark A. Pizzo
with the United States Dis-
trict Court for the Middle
District of Florida as well as
a research assistant to Dean
Theresa J. Pulley Radwan
and a teaching fellow with
the Stetson Research &
Writing Department. He
also was inducted into the
Phi Delta Phi International
Honors Legal Fraternity.
Forrest and his wife,
Amy, an elementary school
teacher, make their home in
Port Charlotte.


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N. m
Suwannee GOP chair Carl Meese, left, with a McCollum supporter at the grand opening of
local Republican headquarters. - Courtesy photo



Suwannee GOP



celebrates new HQ


Suwannee High alumnus Forrest Bass, a 2009 graduate of Stetson University College of
Law, was recently recognized for scholarly legal writing. - Courtesy photo




Free mini-concert at


Tangles this weekend


Tangles, a Community
Outreach for Women, will
host a free mini-concert
this Friday at 6:00 p.m.
Kayla Thomas, of
Nashville, Tennessee, will
minister through song and
testimony. Kayla will be
accompanied by Rachel
Butler on guitar for what
promises to be a memo-
rable evening.
Kayla graduated from
Lighthouse Christian
School in Nashville in


Kayla I omas


2009. She has been
singing for many years
and currently serves on the praise team
at Lighthouse Christian Fellowship in
Nashville and is also the Worship Leader
for Youth there. Kayla hopes to pursue a
career in music and is also interested in
the medical field. She says she is "wait-
ing patiently to see what God has
planned for me and have never been so
excited to find out!"
Ministry co-leaders Angie Lott and
Vickie Bass announced that this is the
first of a series of new events that will
be launched for this fall and through the
end of the year. Look for upcoming
news about events including an evening
of focus on women's health, participa-
tion in Operation Christmas Child, a
look at God's Wonderful World, Tangles'


Fall Bazaar, a Christmas event,
and more to be announced.
The mini-concert is free and
open to women of all denomi-
nations, races, ages, nationali-
ties and backgrounds. Compli-
* mentary coffee and refresh-
ments will be served.
.*. Tangles is located at 12986
US 90 West, a quarter-mile past
Wayne Frier Mobile Homes on
the left. For additional informa-
E tion call 386-590-1543 or e-
mail lottfam4@windstream.net
or vlb55@msn.com.


Open house for

Live Oak Partnership
The Live Oak Partnership would like
to invite you attend an open house event
on Thursday, August 19 at 6 p.m. This
open house will take place at the Live
Oak City Hall Annex (the old Daniels
Funeral Home) for the introduction of
newly elected board members and a for-
mal presentation of the Downtown Revi-
talization Vision Plan. This presentation
will be made by consultant Jim Beeler,
and will feature PowerPoint slides, pho-
to boards, and printed information as
well as a time for questions and discus-
sion.Light refreshments will be served.


Submitted
The Suwannee Republi-
can Executive Committee
would like to extend our
thanks to the people of
Suwannee county who
came out to support
the grand opening of our
new headquarters, the Re-
publican party and its con-
servative values.
A special thank you to
State Senator Charlie
Dean, County Commis-
sioner Wesley Wainwright


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A: Baby teeth perform a variety of
functions. They help a child eat, of
course, and help in early speech. But
their main role is holding space in the
jaws for the emergence of permanent
teeth, which start coming in around age
five. But sometimes a child will lose a
baby tooth prematurely due to decay or
an accident. If left unaddressed, that void
may cause other baby teeth to shift to fill
the empty space. Then, when the
permanent tooth wants to emerge into its
proper place, it may be cramped. One
result could be that the permanent tooth
squeezes its way in crooked. That's not
the way you want a child to start out.
To address the problem of a premature
baby-tooth loss, your dentist can install a
space maintainer. It could be a band or a
temporary crown attached to one side of
the space supporting a wire loop or bar
that holds the neighboring teeth apart
until the permanent tooth begins to erupt.
When the permanent tooth begins to
come in, the dentist removes the place
holder and the tooth should come in
naturally. Talk with your dentist about
ways to get your kids off to a good start.
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ILive Oak, FL
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(800) 829-6506


and City Councilman
Adam Prins for taking the
time to support our grand
opening and meeting with
their constituents.
We also want to thank
all the candidates who
were able to attend: Flori-
da House District 11, Terry
Rauch and Paul Watson;
Congressional District 2,
David Scholl; school board


candidates Ed DaSilva,
District 4, and Paul Haas,
District 5; and county
judge candidates Lin
Williams, Todd Kennon,
Alex Prins and Gary
Brown. Also we want to
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Weddings/Anniversaries


Adams &


Cardona


Wedding


Taylor & Grand


to be wed


Robert & Evelyn


Sheppard


to celebrate 50th wedding
anniversary


Robert and Evelyn Sheppard


Anthony and Jenny Adams of Mayo Florida are proud
to announce the engagement of their daughter Kristin
Nichole Adams to Daniel Andres Cardona of Coral
Springs, Florida. Daniel is the son of Gadiel and Marta
Cardona.
The future bride is the granddaughter of Ralph and
Inez Adams of Mayo, the late Catherine Smith of Bran-
ford, and the late Dr. Russell Blanton formally of Mayo.
She is a 2002 graduate of Lafayette High School, a 2006
graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor of
Science degree in Psychology, and a 2008 graduate of the
University of Central Florida with a Masters degree in
Health Administration. She is currently the Assistant Ex-
ecutive Director at Life Care Center of Sarasota, a rehab
facility in Sarasota Florida.
The future groom is a 2002 graduate of Marjorie
Stoneman Douglass High School in Parkland, FL. He is a
2007 Graduate of Embry Riddle with a bachelor's degree
in Aeronautical Science. He is currently a flight instruc-
tor at Cirrus Aviation, and a First Officer at Dynamic
Aviation.
The wedding will take place November 6, 2010 in
Sarasota Florida.




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Jiffy 311 - Hwy 90 west
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Stop and Shop --Ohio Ave. east
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Walker St
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Publix
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Suwannee Hospital-- 11th Street
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Amanda Taylor


Tammy Taylor of Live Oak would like to announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter,
Amanda Taylor, to Michael Grand.
Amanda is a graduate of Suwannee High School and is
currently attending college to be a lawyer. Her maternal
grandparents are Sandra and Paul Home of Live Oak.
Michael is a graduate of Suwannee High School and is
currently attending college for a business degree. His ma-
ternal grandparents are Dayton and Doris Parsons of Live
Oak.
The ceremony will take place August 28, 2010. Invita-
tions were mailed.



Wedding reminder


Stowers & Bowen

Mr. and Mrs. William Gray Stowers of Conyers remind
you of the engagement of their daughter Shannon Wells
Stowers, to Opie Dean Bowen of Lake Park, Georgia,
son of Elmer D. and Fay Lee Bowen, also of Lake Park,
Georgia.
The wedding will take place August 21, 2010 at the
Beachview Club on Jekyll Island.


Marriage licenses issued

The following marriage licenses issued in Suwannee
County the week of August 9 - 13:

* Phillip David McAlpin to Megan Elizabeth Baan

* Michael Rufus Washington to Amy Michelle O'Briant

* Steven Scott Treadway to Belinda Carol Heard


All friends and family are cordially invited to attend a
reception in honor of Robert and Evelyn Sheppard on the
occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary.
The event will be held Aug. 28, 2010 from 2:30 - 4:30
p.m. at Orange Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in Live
Oak, Fla.
The church is located at 18962 96th Street, off New-
bern Road (CR 136 west).
Your presence will be the only gift needed to make this
a very special event.



Love INC helping those

who need it most
In the month of July 2010, Love INC had 198 requests
for services. Love INC was able to meet 131 of those
needs which included food, c-'h iliii. utilities, medical,
transportation and miscellaneous other needs. We contin-
ue to see many who are unemployed or underemployed
in these difficult times. The Lord continues to bless
Love INC with food and we are also blessed with bread
which is donated by Publix and Pepperidge Farms. The
total of the bread ministry in July was $5,800. The An-
gel Food ministry is continuing to provide food at afford-
able prices for those who want to make the most of their
food dollars. We praise God for the Body of Christ in
Suwannee County.


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Hypercalcemia is a condition of an above normal calcium level in the
blood. Calcium facilitates the formation of our bones, and is also
involved in muscle contractions, the release of hormones, and the
maintenance of functions of nerves and the brain. Certain medical
conditions may lead to hypercalcemia, including certain types of
cancer. Hypercalcemia may also be caused by certain medications,
such as lithium and thiazide diuretics. Symptoms of hypercalcemia
may include constipation, fatigue, and depression, although persons
with the condition may not experience any symptoms. Muscle
weakness, dehydration, ad nausea are other possible symptoms.
Calcitonin (Miacalcin) is a medication available with a prescription
that works to decrease the calcium concentration in the blood by
increasing the amount of calcium that is excreted by the body, and
also decreasing bone reabsorption. Bisphosphonates also may be
prescribed for persons with hypercalcemia. These medications work
by disrupting bone resorption and therefore inhibiting calcium
release. Pamidronate (Aredia), etidronate (Didronel), and ibandronate
(Boniva) are examples of bisphosphonates. Zoledronic acid (Reclast,
Zometa) is also a bisphosphonate that may be prescribed for persons
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Applications to enter Art
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following locations: Live
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Mary Ellen
Chamberlain Ward
October 26, 1926 -
August 12, 2010

M rs. Mary Ellen
Chamberlain
Ward, 83, of
Live Oak,
Florida passed away Thurs-
day evening August 12,
2010. Mrs. Ward was born
on October 26, 1926 in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
to the late Mr. Merritt
Winslow and Mabel Hardy
Chamberlain. Mrs. Ward
moved to Live Oak in 1982
having lived in Massachu-
setts, Maine, Costa Rica
and California prior to re-
locating. Mrs. Ward was an
L.P.N. and had worked as
such in Maine, California
and Florida.
Mrs. Ward is survived by
two sons, Paul Ward and
Bart Ward, both of whom
reside in Florida; two
daughters, Carol Petty of
Arkansas and Anita Smith
of Maine; and a brother,
Frederick Chamberlain of
Florida. Seven grandchil-
dren and nine great grand-
children also survive. Mrs.


Ward was preceded in
death by her sisters Helen
Carvalho and Marguerite
Mallery.
Cremation arrangements
are under the direction of
the Dees-Parrish Family
Funeral Home, 458 S.
Marion Ave., Lake City,
Fla. 32025. 386-752-1234.
Please sign the on-line
family guestbook at par-
rishfamilyfuneralhome.co
m.






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J.T. 'Junior'
Underwood Jr.
February 4, 1923 -
August 14, 2010


S .T. 'Junior' Under-
wood Jr., 87, of
Live Oak, Fla.
passed away sud-
denly on Saturday, August
14, 2010.
Junior lived all of his


life here in Suwannee
County. He served in the
Army Air Force during
World War II. Mr. Under-
wood farmed for several
years but was best known
as a carpenter. He was a
member of Mt. Zion Chris-
tian Church.
He is preceded in death
by his son, Russell Under-
wood.
Mr. Underwood is sur-
vived by his wife, Eunice
Underwood, Live Oak,
Fla.; one daughter, Barbara
Ann Williams, Live Oak,
F;a.; three sons, Donald
and Elaine Underwood,
Old Town, Fla.; Charles
and Barbara Underwood,
Gainesville, Fla.; and Ron-
nie and Gayle Underwood,
Live Oak, Fla.; daughter in
law Verlin Underwood
Blackman; nine grandchil-
dren; and twenty-four
great-grandchildren.
Services were at 11 a.m.,
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
at Daniels Memorial
Chapel with Rev. Robert
Bass officiating. Interment
followed in Macedonia
Cemetery. A visitation was
held from 10-11 a.m. be-


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fore the service.
In lieu of flowers the
family asks that donations
be made to the Macedonia
Cemetery Fund.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., Live
Oak and Branford, Fla. in
charge of all arrangements.


Pearl Henry
Cannon Watson
June 12, 1927 -
August 14, 2010

earl Henry Can-
non Watson, 83,
of Live Oak, Fla.
passed away on Saturday,
August 14, 2010 of a re-
cent illness. Mrs. Watson
lived all of her life in
Suwannee County. She
worked as a clerk for sev-
eral years but was known
and greatly appreciated for
taking care of her family
for most of her life. Mrs.
Watson was a member of
Westwood Baptist Church.
She is preceded in death
by her husband, Ira Wat-
son, and her son, Bill Can-
non.
She is survived by her
daughter, Janet and Jim
Temple, Keystone Heights,
Fla.; two brothers, Howard
Henry, Dade City, Fla. and
Joel Henry, Bradenton,
Fla.; three grandchildren
and seven great-grandchil-
dren.
Services for Mrs. Watson
were at 11 a.m., Tuesday,
August 17, 2010 at Beulah
Baptist Church with Dr.
Jimmy Deas officiating.
Interment followed in the
church cemetery. There
was a visitation from 10-11
a.m. before the service at
the church.
In lieu of flowers the
family asks that donations
be made to Suwannee Val-
ley Care Center, Haven
Hospice, 6037 W US 90,
Lake City, Fla. 32055.
Daniels Funeral Homes
& Crematory, Inc., Live
Oak and Branford, Fla. in
charge of all arrangements.

Barbara Mae Raines
September 4, 1937 -
August 8, 2010

f arbara Mae
Raines, age 79, of
Live Oak, Florida
passed away Friday, Au-
gust 13, 2010 at Shands at
U.F. in Gainesville, Fla.
following complications
from a stroke. The Chica-
go, Ill. native moved to


Live Oak, Fla. in 1990
from Seminole, Fla. She
worked for 11 years with
General Electric. Barbara
loved to sew and was an
amazing seamstress. She
enjoyed oil painting and
arts and crafts. Her most
enjoyable moments were
the time she spent travel-
ing in her RV with her hus-
band.
She is survived by her
husband, Fred D. Raines of
Live Oak, Fla.; one son,
Michael David Rainse,
Live Oak, Fla.; one daugh-
ter, Vicki Marks, Seminole,
Fla.; six grandchildren and
eight great grandchildren.
A private family memor-
ial service was held.
Please sign the guest-
book at www.harrisfuneral-
homeinc.net.
Harris Funeral Home &


Cremations, Inc., 932 N.
Ohio Ave., Live Oak, 386-
364-5115, is in charge of
all arrangements.




Rosevelt Fimore
May 12, 1930 -
August 12, 2010

Sr. Rosevelt Fi-
more, age 80,
passed away on
Thursday, Au-
gust 12, 2010. D.M. Udell
& Sons Funeral Home,
Live Oak, Fla.


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WHAT: Suwannee County Fire/Rescue will fill
their boots with donations from passing consumers
to assist in the mission of the Muscular Dystrophy
Association to eradicate neuromuscular diseases.
The monetary goal for their "Fill the Boot" cam-
paign is set at $3,000.

WHEN: August 20-22, 27-29

WHERE: Wal-Mart Storefront
6868 US 129, Live Oak

WHO: Suwannee County Fire/Rescue
professionals

WHY: Funds raised by Suwannee County
Fire/Rescue gives MDA the means to continue
providing direct services to North Florida children
and adults with one of the 43 neuromuscular dis-
eases covered by MDA.


Suwannee County Fire/Rescue to


"Fill The Boot"

for MDA
Members of Suwannee County Fire/Rescue team will
be collecting donations to fill their fire boots to benefit
the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Fire fighters will
collect donations at the Wal-Mart store front in Live Oak
located at 6868 US Highway 129. The Firefighters will
be participating in the Fill the Boot Campaign on August
13-15, 20-22 and 27-29.
Suwannee County Fire/Rescue raised over $2,500 for
MDA last year. This year's goal is $3,000.
Funds raised by the fire fighters give MDA, a volun-
tary health agency, the means to continue providing di-
rect services, research and professional and public health
education to children and adults with neuromuscular dis-
eases in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.
MDA medical services are available in Jacksonville at
Nemours Children's Clinic and Mayo Clinic for those
who are diagnosed with any of the 43 neuromuscular dis-
eases covered by MDA. The annual MDA summer camp
is also funded by the fire fighters' donations.


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MYRA C. REGAN ROBERT BRIDGES
Publisher Editor
Members of the Suwannee Democrat
editorial board are Myra C. Regan, publisher,
and Robert Bridges, editor. Our View, which
appears in Friday editions of the
Democrat, is formed by that board.


THE SUWANNEE SCRIBBLER



Thanks,



Mr. Chick
By Jim Holmes
I had some wonderful teachers in school. Mrs.
Crites visited my home weekly with 4th grade as-
signments while I was bedridden with rheumatic
fever. Miss. Rankin -- despite the personality of a
drill sergeant -- gave me a joy for fine literature
I've never lost. And my wrestling coach, Mr. Mc-
Clain, taught me I could push my body further than
I ever thought possible. Good teachers, all.
Yet with the passage of time -- decades in my
case -- no instructor stands out in my memory more
than Chick Baily, who may not even have had a
high school diploma. You see, "Mr. Chick," as we
called him, was my school bus driver. But in many
ways, he was---what would be called today -- a
Life Coach.
Like most of the school bus drivers in my home-
town, Mr. Chick was a full-time farmer. Driving
our school bus, Number 23, was his secondary pro-
fession. But since he was in agriculture, it was his
only guaranteed income. I think the job was very
important to him, as seldom was he absent.
Mr. Chick, in many ways, was like a second dad
to me. In fact, because my father's job involved a
lot of travel, there were many weeks when I saw
less of him than Mr. Chick. When I was little, I'd
always try to sit in the seat directly behind him,
where he'd tell me about plowing, harvesting, trac-
tors and taking cows to market. I found the con-
versations mesmerizing.
By high school, of course, those daily talks had
stopped. The older a kid became, the farther back
in the bus he sat, with the rear rows reserved for
high school royalty: seniors. Still, even then, Mr.
Chick would get a big smile and a hardy hello from
me every morning. And when getting off the bus at
night, I'd always bid him a good night with the
nonsensical farewell, "Don't let the cows bite."
I can still see him. Mr. Chick stood maybe 5'5"
and was nearly that around. A balding man, he
wore big black rimmed eyeglasses, which were
propped-up on a pockmarked nose seemingly as
wide as a Buick. Seldom would you see Mr. Chick
without a chaw of tobacco stuck firmly against his
left cheek. And with some regularity, he'd spit into
a Number 10 tin can on the floor next to the gear
shift. The heavier the traffic, the less likely he was
to hit his target ... which would cause us kids to
guffaw.
Mr. Chick was very easy going. While some bus
drivers demanded near silence, he didn't seem to
mind our chatter, as long as the roar was not over-
whelming. When things became too loud, he'd
simply pull off the road and stop. We soon figured
out that meant we'd gotten too boisterous.
But if you wanted to get on Mr. Chick's bad side,
just bully a smaller kid. Perhaps because of his own
diminutive size, that was the one thing he wouldn't
tolerate. A bully would get one warning, voiced
emphatically. Mr. Chick would say that should a
second incident occur, the errant child would find
himself in bus exile for the balance of the year. Be-
cause he was normally so good natured, I think we
knew Mr. Chick wasn't making an idle threat, but a
pledge! I don't remember any repeat offenders.
I regret I never took the opportunity to thank Mr.
Chick, not only for being my friend and guardian,
but for driving me safely all those miles. I won't
make the same mistake today. So to all of you dri-
ving Suwannee County school buses this year, I
thank you in advance for all that you do for our
children and our grandchildren. May God watch
over you and the precious cargo you carry every
day.
Jim Holmes lives in Live Oak.


BIBLE VERSE
But, "Let him who boasts boast in the
Lord." For it is not the one who commends
himself who is approved, but the one
whom the Lord commends.
- 2 Corinthians 10:17-18


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OPINION


Will Republicans save us?


Democrat control of the White
House, House of Representatives
and the Senate has produced an ] .
unprecedented level of political
brazenness and contempt for the
limitations placed on the federal
government by the U.S. Consti-
tution. As such, it has raised a
level of constitutional interest
�2
and anger against Washington's
interference in our lives that has BY WALTI
been dormant for far too long.
Part of this heightened interest and anger is seen in the
strength of the tea party movement around the nation. An-
other is the angry reception that many congressmen re-
ceive when they return to their districts and at town hall
meetings. According to the most recent Gallup poll, only
20 percent of Americans approve of the job Congress is
doing, but that's up from a March 2010 low of 16 percent.
The smart money suggests that there will be a Republi-
can takeover of the House of Representatives and possi-
bly the Senate. The question is what can liberty-minded
Americans expect from a Republican majority? Maybe a
good starting point for an answer might be to examine
how Republicans have handled their majority in the past.
Democrat President Lyndon Johnson's term of office
saw massive increases in federal spending. When Johnson
was elected into office in 1964, federal spending was
$118 billion. When he left office in 1968, federal spend-
ing was $178 billion, a 66 percent increase. Worse than
the massive increase in federal spending, his administra-
tion and Democratically controlled Congress saddled us
with two programs that have helped fuel today's fiscal dis-
aster -- Medicare and Medicaid.


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ER WILLIAMS


The 1994 elections gave Re-
publican control of both the
House and Senate. They held a
majority for a decade. The 2000
election of George W. Bush as
president gave Republicans what
the Democrats have now, total
control of the legislative and ex-
ecutive branches of government.
When Bush came to office, feder-
al spending was $1.788 trillion.


When he left office, federal
spending was $2.982 trillion. That's a 60 percent increase
in federal spending, closely matching the profligacy of
Lyndon Johnson's presidency.
During the Republican control, the nation was saddled
with massive federal interference in education through No
Child Left Behind. Prescription drug handouts became a
part of the Republican-controlled Congress' legacy. And it
was during this interval that Congress accelerated its in-
terference, assisted by the Federal Reserve Bank, in the
housing market in the name of homeownership that pro-
duced much of the financial meltdown that the nation suf-
fered in 2008.
During the last two years, Democrats have amassed un-
precedented growth of federal government power in the
forms of bailouts, corporate takeovers, favors to their po-
litical allies and nationalization of our health care system.
My question is how likely is it for Republicans to behave
differently if they gain control? Their past behavior does-
n't make one confident that they will behave much differ-
ently, but I could be wrong.


SEE WILL, PAGE 14A


FROM OUR READERS


To the Editor:

After your publication of my response to the
Amendment 4 question, I received a number of
phone calls wanting me to explain my position on
why I answered the way I did. Let me clarify my
answer and my position on this Amendment. First,
I do not support and would never vote for Amend-
ment 4. It would cost jobs and cause higher taxes do
to the cost to enact it. Further more it has been tried
in a local version by the people of St. Pete Beach,
since adopting their version of this Amendment it
has cost the taxpayers there over half-a-million dol-
lars in legal fees from nearly a dozen law suits, this
would be something Suwannee County could not
afford. My original answer was meant to address
the peoples right to be heard, our Republic is based
on electing representatives to do the will of the peo-
ple, those elected representatives must be chosen by
the people to reflect their values and wishes. The
people can speak at the ballot box on the large con-
troversial issues, but on routine items they must
elect representatives who they can trust to use their
judgment to do the peoples will. If they are out of
step then they should be voted out of office. My ba-
sic platform is to reform tax's, reduce government,
and listen to the peoples concerns and act accord-
ingly by representing them to the best of my abili-
ty. For Suwannee County this would mean review-
ing and controlling the spending practices all the
while encouraging growth and development in such
a way as to provide employment and a broader tax
base. I do apologize for any misunderstanding
about my position in regards to the survey. Thanks
to all who gave me feedback, I look forward to hav-
ing many more discussion I would appreciate your
vote on November 2nd.

Phil Oxendine
Candidate,
District 4,
Suwannee County Commission


To the Editor:

We Republicans in Congressional District 2 have the good
fortune of having five good candidates vying for Rep. Allen
Boyd's current seat. The chances of the Republican primary
winner gaining that seat have never been better. However, we
must choose our candidate wisely.
Newspaper articles and editorials have stated several times
that there is very little difference in the five Republicans. But
there are big differences that are evident when you listen to
their words.
Some don't understand that they are running for Congress
and not for president. They make statements such as, "When I
get to Washington I'll secure our borders, I'll get spending un-
der control, I'll pass a balanced budget amendment, I'll make
our nation secure again." One candidate said that when he got
to Washington he'd pass the Fair Tax bill immediately.
Those statements draw applause and cheers but are totally
unrealistic. They forget that our representative is only one vote
of 535. Do they understand how to make and repeal laws? Do
they understand how long it takes to amend our Constitution?
One candidate does. That candidate is Eddie Hendry. He
knows the issues and understands what it means to be in Con-
gress. He doesn't speak in platitudes and slogans. He doesn't
make unrealistic claims. He sticks to the most important prob-
lems facing our country - the economy and national defense.
And he is not a Johnny Come Lately to the Fair Tax. He knows
that the Fair Tax has a five-year phase-in period. He knows that
if passed immediately we will still have to control spending and
taxes until the Fair Tax is fully implemented.
As much as we would all love to repeal Obama care, Eddie
also understands that it simply cannot be repealed right away.
His plan is to caucus with current congressmen such as Eric
Cantor and Michele Bachmann to defund the law and work to
replace it with the kind of law we need for the nation's health
care.
I support Eddie Hendry because he is the best of the five. Fo-
cus on his words. Visit his website. You too will be convinced
that he should be our pick to beat the Democrats in November.

Blake Riels
Live Oak


GUEST COMMENTARY



Make a difference: Vote


' By Glenda Williams
Suwannee County
Supervisor of Elections

I believe 2010 will be a historic
year for Elections not only in Florida
but throughout the United States. So,
be a part of making history by exer-
cising your right to vote.
We've seen in Florida and in


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Suwannee County how close elections can be! Every vote
DOES make a difference and we the voters by taking the
time to cast that one vote determines who will win elec-
tions. Elections aren't decided by polls or campaign ads, it
ultimately comes down to the voters who take the time to
vote for the candidates they feel will lead us most effec-
tively in the years to come.
Voting has never been more convenient with Early Vot-
ing going on at our office and at the Branford Library or
Voting by Mail and having your ballot mailed to your home
or you can still choose to vote at your precinct on election
day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Voting is the foundation of our democracy. We must
never forget how precious that right is.
It is hard for some to realize that the freedoms we enjoy


today are not really free. There is a price to pay for that
freedom. Many have paid the ultimate price with their
lives. So I implore you to "Make A Difference With Your
Vote" on August 24, 2010.

Remember to bring acceptable photo and signature iden-
tification when you vote.
The following photo ids will be accepted:
Florida driver's license
Florida identification card issued by the Dept. of HSMV
United States passport
Debit or credit card
Military identification
Student identification
Retirement center identification
Neighborhood association identification
Public assistance identification

If your photo identification does not contain your signa-
ture, you will be asked to provide an additional identifica-
tion that includes a signature. If you do not have the prop-
er identification, you will be provided with a provisional
ballot. Your provisional ballot will count if the signature
on the provisional ballot envelope matches the signature on
your voter registration application.


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O'BRIEN AND OUR NEIGHBORS





'Bits & Pieces' from south Suwannee County


By Ana Smith
Despite all the tkchii h .1. we rely on
these days, last week was one of those
times when no matter what we tried, we
could not get my column to go from my
computer to the newspaper office. As a
result, there was no article last week.
But I've learned over the years that
things like this happen over which we
have no control.
Last week I had a very nice "phone
visit" with Alma and Kenneth
Daughtry. I haven't heard from them in
a while, and it was so nice to spend a
little time catching up on what's been
happening with them. They recently
celebrated their 60th wedding anniver-
sary, so I want to once again congratu-
late them on this special event and wish
them more years together.
Our kids will be heading back to
school next week, so if you are driving
out early in the morning please be on
the lookout as they stand by the road-
side waiting for their bus. It's up to us
to be aware of these areas and to slow
down when we see the warning signs.
And if you have children in our
school system, take time to attend
"Meet your Teacher" dates as published


in this paper (Pages 5 and 7A). Meet
your child's teacher, find out what is ex-
pected from you, the parent, throughout
the year, what is expected of your child,
as well as what supplies your child/chil-
dren will need, especially at the begin-
ning of school. This is so important to
start your child's school year off on the
right foot.
Congratulations to the Suwannee
County Animal Shelter on the large
grant they recently received to help low
income families get their pets spayed or
neutered. You can pick up an applica-
tion to have your pet spayed/neutered at
participating local animal clinics or at
the shelter, located at 11150 144th St in
McAlpin, on the same road as the large
county landfill. There is a co-pay that
will be determined according to your in-
come. Please take this opportunity to
take care of your pet. There is still a
high number of litters of kittens and
puppies in our county that suffer tragic
endings because they are unwanted.
That could be easily prevented by tak-
ing advantage of programs like this
one. So please, have you pet spayed or
neutered. You will be saving a lot
of animal lives.


Primary elections will be held August
24th. PLEASE make it a priority to
take part; go to the polls and vote!
There's a lot of hype going on about
various candidates, but you need to get
all the facts on each one and really
know who you are voting for. The best
person for the job is always the one
with the most experience, the best
record of fighting for what is needed ac-
cording to the requirements of the job
and the people represented, and the per-
son's commitment and dedication as
proven by past accomplishments. Re-
member the last local election in Live
Oak and how disappointing the actual
voting numbers were? Don't let that
happen next week! Get to the polls,
vote your honest opinion! And if you
don't take the time to vote, then don't
complain when issues come up that you
don't like! And please don't let some of
the comments about voting out all in-
cumbents be your guide ... we still have
many people campaigning to keep their
present position who have done a fine
job of doing what we, their "bosses,"
have asked them to do. Vote out the
ones who don't listen, who work for
their own gains and not ours, but don't


forget those who have worked very hard
for the good of us, their constituents.
From Readers Digest "Quotable
Quotes":
"A bird doesn't sing because it has an
answer; it sings because it has a
song." -- Maya Angelou
"Be happy in your body ... it's the
only one you've got, so you might as
well like it." -- Keira Knightley
"Think of life as a terminal illness,
because if you do, you will live it with
joy and passion, as it ought to be
lived." -- Anna Quindlen
"Never be ashamed to admit you were
wrong. You're only saying that you're
wiser today than you were yesterday." -
- Dave Gilpin.
"Anyone who believes the competi-
tive spirit in America is dead has never
been in a supermarket when the cashier
opens another checkout line." -- Ann
Landers
"We pick politicians by how they look
on TV and Miss America on where she
stands on the issues. Isn't that a little
backwards?" -- Jay Leno
Don't forget to vote next week! It's
one of the most important freedoms we
enjoy in this country. GOD BLESS!!!


Back to school



in Branford

MEET YOUR TEACHER DATES
(See Page 5A for Live Oak Meet Your Teacher dates)

Branford Elementary School
August 20, 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (K-2nd grades)
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. (3rd - 5th grades)


Branford High School
August 19, 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.


For the past few years, we have
encouraged parents not to purchase
school
supplies until they receive the teacher's
list of supplies. This decision was made
in an effort to keep parents from


overspending. If parents have a generic
list from their child's school, please
keep in mind that some teachers may
want specific items that are not on the
generic
list. It is important for parents to


Branford High School. - Photos: Staff


Branford Elementary School.





understand that their child is not
required to have everything on the
teacher's supply list until the second
week of school. The basics will be fine
until then.
-- Lisa Garrison, Parent Liaison


INDEX


Arrests ............ 2A
Legal Notices ........ .2B
Obituaries ............ 5A


Sports .........
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Viewpoint ..... .


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For more information call
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Club officers, from left: Mark Stewart, Secretary; Jack Lewellyn, Lion Tamer; Mike Jonnson, Director 1 Year; Jerry Allen,
Treasurer; David Mullis, President; David Jordan, 2nd Vice President; Wyman Clark, 3rd Vice President; Wyatt O'Neal, Im-
mediate Past President. Not pictured: kevin Greene, 1st Vice President, and Homer Scroggin, Director 1 Year.
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New Lions Club officers ,

The Live Oak Lions Club recently installed its 2010-11 officers. '/;rr
President David Mullis.


Time to clean out your bookcases!


Time to clean out your
bookcases and bring those
gently used books, DVDs
and CDs to the Live Oak
or Branford Library for the
October Great Book Sale.
If you have only a box or
two of items, we are
pleased to announce that
this year you may drop
them off at the following
Solid Waste Collection
Sites, where Book Sale
drop boxes have been pro-
vided. If, however, you


have several boxes we ask
you not to drop them at the
collection sites, as they
only have the ability to
take a few boxes at a time.
Please take them to the li-
braries listed below.
The Friends of the Li-
brary thank the Public
Works Department of
Suwannee County for par-
ticipating in the
collection. We hope this
process will help make it
more convenient for peo-


ple to donate to this wor-
thy cause.
Collection sites:
For large donations, two
boxes or more:
Live Oak Library or Bran-
ford Library
For smaller donations:
1) Dowling Park, 23163
County Rd 250


Register Now!
Automotive
Tech or Auto
Body Repair
Earn your ASE today!
Classes start August 23rd
Call (386) 647-4200
to schedule TABE test

SUWANNEE-
HAMILTON
TECHNICAL CENTER
415 S.W. Pinewood Dr.,
Live Oak, FL 32064
FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE AND ACCEPTED. APPROVED
FOR VA TRAINING BENEFITS.ACCREDITED BY THE
COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, INC.


2) Humphries, 9186 216th
St. (O'Brien)
3) Opportunity Store, 9202
101st Rd.
4) Pepper, 9681 State Rd.
51
5) Wellborn, 11673 County
Rd. 137
6) Brown Wood, 12706
90th Terrace (Goldkist)


The Friends of the Li-
brary is hosting its annual
book sale on October 7-9,
then the following week of
October 14-16 at the
Suwannee Regional Li-
brary, 1848 Ohio/ML King,
Jr., Avenue, US 129,south
of Live Oak.
The Suwannee County
Friends of the Library is a
volunteer booster
organization for Suwan-
nee River Regional Li-
brary. Through member-
ship and fundraisers, such
as The Great Book Sale,


thousands of dollars have
been donated to enhance
and provide for library ser-
vices. Furniture, staff train-
ing, books, videos, DVDs
special children's programs
and even major contribu-
tions to the construction of
the Live Oak and Branford
libraries have been sup-
ported by the Suwannee
County Friends of the Li-
brary.
Please donate your gen-
tly used materials to help
make the Great Book Sale
a success!
For more info: Betsy
Bergman, President of the
Suwannee County Friends
of the Library, 386-842-
2953; Branford Library,
386-935-1556.


LOAG book
sale continues
The Live Oak Artists'
Guild book sale will run
through out the month of
August on Wednesdays and
Thursday and Fridays
from 11 to 3. Come and
see all the bargain books
for sale and have some re-
freshments with us. Loca-
tion: 213 2nd St. NW, 386-
364-5099. All monies
made go to keep our Art
Guild going.
Thank you,
Barbara Law, Director


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Byrd's Power Equipment
ISales & Service
All Makes & Models
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11860 E. U.S. 27, Branford, FL 32008
Hours: Mon.-Fri. oI A
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To advertise
your business
here, call
Rhonda at
386-362-1734
for more
information


GILCHRIST
BUILDING SUPPLY INC.

? Serving the community
since 1979
Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.;
Sat. 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Good Fast Service From Our Deli
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the past the levels were read as gauge height not mean sea level.
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AUTOMOTIVE ADVISOR


D-5


Lake City Dealer Refuses to


Suspend Upcoming Event

Hugely Successful $29 Down And $79 Per Payment* Pricing Event Will Go On As Scheduled This
Wednesday - Saturday And We Will Also Be Offering Up To $4,000 Off Select New Vehicles


that easy. Mr. Johnson cites another example,
a 2007 Dodge Caliber R/T with automatic
transmission, power windows and locks, tilt
and cruise for only $29 down and $79 per
payment*. He adds, "We'll even pay off your
trade regardless of any balance due once we


Sunbelt Honda, located at 2018 Southwest Main Blvd, is proud to serve
Lake City and surrounding communities.


Lake City, FL - Mr. Jay Johnson of Sunbelt
Honda, announced today that they are plan-
ning a hugely successful "Insider" pricing
event this Wednesday through Saturday, de-
spite what anybody says. The program, also
known as the "National Automotive 'Insider'
Sales Event," has been conducted at dealer-
ships throughout the United States. The cus-
tomers who have participated in this unique
sales event have been raving about the tre-
mendous deals they have received and can't
get over the fact that they have been able to
buy preowned vehicles for only $29 down and
$79 per payment*. The next event scheduled
at Sunbelt Honda will be held this Wednesday
through Saturday. Mr. Johnson offers a simple
explanation as to why these innovative events
will continue, "Dealers today are facing stiff
competition, and as one of the leading inno-
vative dealers in the area, we're committed
to turning over our inventory of new and pre-
owned vehicles every month, just as quickly as
possible. Every day we receive pristine lease
turn-ins, factory program cars, recent trade-
ins, rental vehicles and bank repossession
vehicles. By aggressively discounting these
vehicles, we believe we can beat the competi-
tion on a regular basis." He adds, "Rather than
have them sit on our lot unsold and then being
forced to sell them to wholesalers or strang-
ers at auctions, we've begun taking a new ap-
proach. We're offering them at drastically dis-
counted prices direct to the general public."
During Sunbelt Honda upcoming sales event,
vehicles will be clearly marked and sold for
$29 down and $79 per payment*. Every ef-
fort will be made to secure credit approval
for those who may have had credit problems


in the past. The selection of vehicles we now
have to choose from is the best it's been in
recent weeks. Many are late model vehicles

"Customers can purchase a
near new vehicle for just $29 down
and $79 per payment* during the
"National Automotive' Insider' Sales
Event" we are conducting at
Sunbelt Honda this
weekend."
- Jay Johnson

with low mileage and the balance of their fac-
tory warranty remaining. There will be many
makes and models to choose from including
Honda, Chevrolet, Ford, Chrysler, Dodge,
Nissan, Toyota and more. An abundance of
SUVs will also be featured, including CR-V,
Explorer, Trailblazer, Suburban, Jeep Lib-
erty and more. For auto shoppers looking for


2004 ChevyAveo PW/PLAT/AC.
66,770 miles for only $6995.00 or $89.00 payment.


a very low monthly payment, there will be
many choices, including a 2004 Chevy Aveo
for a total purchase price of $6995.00. Sample
payments will be clearly marked on vehicles.
Simply pick a vehicle and a payment. It's


2007 Dodge Caliber R/T 67,321 miles, leather, AC, AT
PW, PL, Loaded car for only $9995.00 or $159 Payment.

make a deal and you take delivery1. This is an
unbelievable opportunity to buy a car, truck,
minivan or sport utility vehicle for just twen-
ty-nine dollars down*!" Loan processing and
finance representatives will be on-site during
this event to ensure prompt credit approval
and same day delivery of all sold vehicles.
Mr. Johnson would like to remind customers
that the event is first-come, first-served, so it's
critical to come early to have the best chance
of getting the vehicle you really want. The ex-
clusive site for this event is Sunbelt Honda,
located at 2018 Southwest Main Blvd in
Lake City for 4 days only:


Wednesday 8:30am - 8pm

Thursday 8:30am - 8pm

Friday 8:30am - 8pm

Saturday 8:30am - 8pm

For further information please call:

386.755.6500


*$29 denotes down payment, subject to lender approval, and
creditworthiness. Exact rate and term vary by vehicle. All taxes,
title, license and fees are extra. Examples: 1) 2004 Chevy Aveo
PW/PLAT/AC. 66,770 miles for only $6995.00 or $89.00.
2) 2007 Dodge Caliber R/T 67,321 miles leather,AC,AT,PW,PL,
loaded car for only $9995.00 or $159.00 payment.
'Any negative equity will be added to new car loan.
Vehicles subject to prior sale.
We reserve the right to correct any typographical errors.
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ADVENT CHRIST IANVLLAGE
AT DOWLING PARK










We have the perfect place for your next event; corporate, church or
educational retreat and family reunions. Rock on the porch while watching
the Suwannee River flow by or meet in our beautiful Conference Room.
Need meals to go along with your event? We have a dining/catering
department that will work with you to plan the perfect menus.


County Road 136, 16 miles west of Live Oak, FL.
386-658-5200, 800-371-8381 or TDD 800-955-8771
Email: registration acvillage.net
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ACV Loves Lucy


ACV's Director of Din-
ing Services Cliff Burr did
it again. He made an
evening dinner event into
something that the entire
community talks about for
days afterward. Although
the event was held in
Rumph Dining Room, the
stage was set as a 1950s
living room, the food was
served as a traditional TV
dinner, (complete with foil
tray) along with a few oth-
er goodies. Cliff took the
crowd back to the 50s,
looking at how television
changed our lives and a bit
of TV dinner history. The
night, however, belonged
to the stars of the evening,
Ricky and Lucy Ricardo.
(Played by ACV's Dick
and Angie Grillo) Ricky
sang "I love Lucy and She
Loves Me" and the crowd
joined in. Lucy and Ricky
entertained with a brief di-
alogue in typical "I Love
Lucy" style. Lucy strolled
through the room giving


ACV's Dick and Angie Grillo in their portrayal of Ricky and Lucy Ricardo.


autographed photos of
herself and stealing the
spotlight. Those who
know Angie well were
amazed that so quiet a
lady was able to throw
herself so completely into
the part of the vivacious


redhead.
These evening dinners
are very popular with
ACV members. Many
make it a point to attend
each one, because you
never know what you are
going to miss. The menu


is always tasty, but the ac-
tion that relates to the
theme is usually what is
remembered months later.
It is another element that
brings the community to-
gether for fun and fellow-
ship.


When is it Appropriate to Make

Decisions for Elderly Parents?


By Rob Crankshaw, PhD.
Each of us wants to be
free to make the decisions
we want, even if they might
sometimes seem self-en-
dangering. Take for exam-
ple the debates in the US
over helmet laws for mo-
torcyclists. Yet every day,
millions of families ago-


nize over when is the ap-
propriate time to begin
stepping in and making de-
cisions on behalf of their
older loved ones. Relation-
ships can be strained and
even broken as the elderly
and their adult children ne-
gotiate this inevitable re-
versal of roles and as very


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challenge for residents of Advent Christian
Village and the surrounding area to quick-
ly find a gift for a family member or to
pick up a dozen eggs, particularly for those
who no longer drive. That is not the case
however, thanks to the shops at the Village
Square. The square boasts two gift shops,
a resale shop, a grocery store, and more.
The Rustic Shop, which offers quality
handcrafted items made by residents of
ACV, as well as fine china, greeting cards,
home accents and so much more. The re-
cently enlarged Riverside Gifts offers up-
scale gifts from around the world at an af-
fordable price. There's something for
every member of the family. If you need to
mail a gift, Riverside Gifts provides that
service too. For those who prefer to mail it
themselves, The Dowling Park branch of
the US Post Office is also located in the
Village Square.
A third shop located at the square is the
Twice Nice Shop. Twice Nice is a unique
resale shop, with a little bit of everything,
from shoes, hats, and house wares to men's
and women's wear. Recently remodeled,
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phere, making the shopping experience
even more enjoyable. An added benefit of
these three volunteer-operated shops is
that the proceeds go toward the ministries
of Advent Christian Village.
The Village Grocer is a small-town gro-
cery store that meets nearly every basic
food-related need. The full service meat
department cuts meat to order, offers
cooked-to-order rotisserie chicken and
boneless pork roasts. Made fresh daily sub
sandwiches are a lunchtime favorite, and
fresh fruit baskets are a popular holiday
gift. On top of all that, the Grocer delivers
to residents of ACV every afternoon.
If all that shopping makes you hungry,
stop by The Village Cafe for a meal or a
special treat. If you run low on cash, there
is a branch of First Federal Bank of Flori-
da just across the parking lot-ATM in-
cluded.
For those occasions when something
more is needed, ACV offers its members
weekly bus trips to big box stores and
large grocery chains in Live Oak. And
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difficult decisions are
made.
For most families, transi-
tioning from the "parent-
child" relationship to an
"adult-adult" relationship
takes place naturally, and
once the grown child is
married and has children of
their own, there is usually
an unspoken acknowledge-
ment of the "adulthood" of
the grown child. In some
families, of course, there
can still be unhealthy signs
of immature emotional de-
pendence on parents (and
an unwillingness to speak
the truth), or a hurtful need
for the elderly parents to
dominate, criticize, or even
punish their adult children.
Even given the most har-
monious relationship be-
tween senior adult parents
and their grown children,
the transition in roles as the
parents become increasing-
ly frail is fraught with pit-
falls.
The process often begins
with observations: Mom is
forgetting to take her med-
ication,
Dad is less aware of his
surroundings while dri-
ving; Mother is not bathing
as regularly as she always
has; Dad has unusual phys-
ical symptoms and refuses
to see a doctor.
For the adult children, it
now becomes obvious that
their parents are slipping in
some potentially dangerous
areas and some interven-
tions are necessary. Here
are suggestions of possible
steps, beginning with the
least intrusive, in an effort
to maintain a good relation-
ship.
Start with verbalizing
your observations to see
how the elderly respond to
them. Making observa-
tions may lessen the resis-
tance you encounter more
than suggestions or direc-
tives.
Next, involve the parent
in problem solving: "Dad,
what do you think would
help you to see signs on the
highway?"

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Marge Derbonne, China Painter


By Darleen Hinrichs
Marge Derbonne is famous around the Advent Christian
Village community for her china painting. She paints ele-
gant designs, mainly flowers, on porcelain. Her home dis-
plays many of her porcelain masterpieces, everything
from tea cups to large vases to flat panels in picture
frames. Her china pieces are best-sellers at the Rustic
Shop at the Village Square. She donates each item and the
proceeds benefit the ministries of ACV. She also volun-
teers her time at the shop. She considers it her contribution
to the Village that she has called home for the last 12
years.
Marge first learned the ancient art when a class was of-


fered at her local ceramic shop in 1960. She
struggled at first, feeling like she would nev-
er master it. After two years, the teacher
moved away and Marge sadly gave up the
hobby. Fortunately, that was not the end. In
I= the early 1980s, Marge found another class,
.. and though the methods had changed in the
twenty years since she had last dabbled in it,
. she eagerly took on the challenge. Her first
* teacher taught her to trace the designs onto
the porcelain, but the new teacher would not
allow it and urged her to try it freehand. Af-
ter two or three attempts, Marge says she
wanted to give up, but is thankful that her
teacher wouldn't let her. Eventually, she
learned how to paint the dainty blossoms
without the aid of a traced design. Now, thir-
ty years later, and at the age of 88, she con-
tinues to excel at the art. She has painted
nearly 1,000 porcelain pieces in those 30
years, among them 3 complete 48-piece sets
of china.
Marge orders the white glazed porcelain
from a catalog. She mixes the powdered
paint, which comes in small glass vials, with
oil. A small dab of each color will last in a
covered paint box for weeks, provided the
consistency is right. She paints with special
sable brushes, deciding as she goes what the
design will be. She must be careful not to use
too much paint or it will flake when fired.
When she is satisfied with the results, she
puts the piece in her kiln for firing, which
bakes the paint onto the porcelain. It takes 3
hours to fire and 6-7 hours to cool, before it
is safe to open the kiln, which reaches 1500-
1600 degrees Fahrenheit. If the kiln is opened
before it has cooled, the porcelain will break. With firing,
the color fades, making it necessary to repeat the paint-
ing/firing process several times, each time adding depth
and contrast. For darker hues, like red or black, it may take
as many as 5-7 times to get the desired saturation of color.
Before the final firing, she dips a fountain pen in paint and
adds a tiny signature. After the final firing, the piece is
ready for use.
The elegant art requires patience, but the artist is re-
warded with a lovely delicate masterpiece in the end. In
Marge Derbonne's case, because she enjoys sharing her
work, the entire community is rewarded.


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When is it Appropriate to Make

Decisions for Elderly Parents?


Continued From Page 10A

Make specific recom-
mendations in the least au-
thoritative way possible.
"Mom, do you think it
would help you to have a
timer medication dis-
penser?"
If making gentle specific
recommendations does not
have the desired effect, it
will likely be necessary to
become more direct in try-
ing to ensure a safe envi-
ronment for your parentss,
perhaps eventually enlist-
ing the help of a doctor.
The pitfalls for care-
givers are many. These are
situations ripe for misun-
derstandings, misinterpret-
ed intentions, sibling dis-
agreements, hurt feelings,
feelings of powerlessness
and constant worry, and the
inner conflict of wanting to
love and honor our parents
while sometimes having to
act against their wishes.
I suggest several princi-
ples for families facing
these caregiving decisions.
Give elderly parents
every opportunity to con-
tinue to make their own de-
cisions. It may take a cri-
sis, but at some point it will
become clear to all in-
volved that a change in lev-
el of care is necessary.
Hopefully the crisis will
not result in permanent
physical damage.
Recognize that sweeping
changes may not be neces-
sary. Sometimes smaller
modifications like Occupa-
tional Therapy or a change


in medication may be all
that is needed.
If someone believes a
change in level of care is
necessary, call a family
meeting that includes the
parentss. Do not try to
control the discussion, but
see that all medical reports
and personal opinions are
heard. Ask how each can
help in their own way.
Certain family dynamics
will almost certainly play
out: the daughter living
closest will take most re-
sponsibility; a son living
away will tend to minimize
the crisis; the daughter liv-
ing farthest away will
question most intensely the
judgment and decisions of
the closest caregiver. If you
are the closest caregiver, it
is important that you not
take criticism personally,
but stay focused on the
facts and the needs of the
parentss.
Get as many medical/so-
cial work/home health care
opinions as you can for the
family meeting. Work to-
wards a decision by con-
sensus. Again, do not try to
control or push for a certain
outcome, but make sure all
facts and opinions are pre-
sented and fully discussed.
Be aware of your par-
ent's possible feelings of
embarrassment, shame and
impotence as more deci-
sions are made for them.
Use humor, self-depreca-
tion, and a positive outlook
to help the elderly from fo-
cusing on their loss of inde-
pendence. Find a positive


side of any negative occur-
rence without belittling
what elders are going
through.
Reminiscing helps the
elderly focus on past
events and eases the pain
from current difficulties.
Find happier times to talk
about occasionally to ease
the tension.
Caring for our aging par-
ents and negotiating that
inevitable reversal of roles
requires planning, under-
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Shintina Watts, 8, visited the face-painting table at Saturday's Bash.


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Kayla Woods, 3, beat the heat by reaching
Live Oak Christian Church Saturday.


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Workers handed out information to parents related to Sylvan Tutoring Center opportunities
provided through the school system.


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SArmy all the way


Casey Brewer wins prestigious appointment to West Point


By Carnell
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carnell.hawthorne@
gaflnews.com

One for-
mer Suwan-
nee Bulldog
has stepped
up his game
in a big way
thanks to an
appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West
Point.
Casey Brewer, 20, of Live Oak, set his sights high
when he signed up to play for the U.S. Army football
team over a year ago. Today, that move is paying off. In
addition to playing for the Division I squad, he'll get a
superb education and the chance to serve his country as
well.
One of the nation's best schools -- ranked #16 by U.S.
News and World Report among National Liberal Arts
Colleges for 2011 -- West Point, in New York, provides
cadets with basic skills in discipline, pride, cohesion and
duty, with summer training in first aid, mountaineering,
hand grenades, rifle marksmanship, and nuclear, biolog-
ical and chemical training.
"Here as a cadet, we go by the Army system. It's some-
thing really to be proud of because you know the people
around you are held to a higher standard and they're go-
ing to hold you to that standard," said Brewer.
On June 28, he successfully completed seven weeks of
cadet basic training, also referred to as "Beast Barracks,"
one of the military's most challenging experiences, ac-
cording to a West Point news release.
Brewer began core classes Aug. 16, working toward a
major in an area related to physical sciences, engineer-
ing, humanities and social sciences that will ultimately
lead to a bachelor of science degree.
Though he won't have to chose an official major until
his junior year, Brewer is considering a focus in arma-


ments, hoping to one day work in a special forces or air-
borne unit.
Outside the classroom, Brewer falls to attention at the
line of scrimmage alongside fellow freshman, sopho-
more, junior and senior players on the academy's football
team.
Nearly three years ago, while playing football at
Lafayette High School -- he transferred from Suwannee
after his sophomore year -- Brewer's desire to play for
the Black Knights was sparked.
"A recruiter visited the school and told me all about
Army football during my junior year," Brewer said. "I
told him I was interested."
After transferring back and completing his senior year
at Suwannee in 2009, Brewer enrolled at the U.S. Mili-
tary Academy Prep School in Ft. Monmouth, N.J., where
he played as a defensive lineman.
Last year, after a 10-game season at the prep school, he
was named the team's defensive captain. Currently, he's
a freshmen "whip" on the West Point team, a linebacker
position that places him "closer to the line," he said.
"The school is very challenging, much more challeng-
ing than the prep school because I'm playing varsity
alongside many juniors and seniors who have already
spent a couple years in the weight room and on the field,"
Brewer said. "There's about 64 of us freshmen. We make
up nearly 40 percent of the team."
This season, the Army Black Knights will go head-to-
head against teams like the Air Force Falcons in Col-
orado, North Texas at Texas, and compete on neutral
ground against the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame and the
Navy Midshipmen at Philadelphia.
For Brewer's parents, both of who played college
sports, the feat that their son has achieved has brought
them great pride.
"It's all bic.iiliiki-i.." said Bill Brewer, Casey's father.
"For a little boy that played football at Suwannee and
Mayo to now have made it to the big leagues, it some-
thing we're definitely proud of."
Casey's mother, Cassie Brewer, said she knows "It's a
dream come true" for her son.


-- and a spot on the football team to boot
The Brewers live in Live Oak. Their elder son, Shaun,
is also in the Army and currently serving in Iraq.
It's Casey's plan to continuing making his parents
proud.
"I'm really excited to be here not just because I came
from a small town, but because this is a great school and
an amazing opportunity," he said.
West Point requires a five-year commitment to the
Army after graduation, but Brewer plans to make it a ca-
reer.
With three weeks before his first game, though, he's
focused on making this a winning season.
"It's looking to be a really good one," he said. "Last
year was the team's first year under new coach Rich
Ellerson. Now that the everyone's bonded, and with our
great leadership, we're ready to show them what it's all
about."



Alleged thief adds

insult to injury
Continued From Page 1A

legedly hired someone in July to take tobacco racks from
a farm at 179th Road and 160th Street, without the knowl-
edge of the farm owner. The alleged accomplice was told
to sell them and split the money with Hingson, reports
show.
SCSO Deputy Chuck Tompkins wrote in a report that
Hingson "told this person (that he hired) that (the tobacco
racks) belonged to him, and that said person he hired could
take the tobacco racks from the tobacco barns."
Tompkins said that Hingson went on the farm and
showed the person he hired where the tobacco barns were.
Hingson also allegedly "called the property owner later
that night and told her to kiss his a**," the report states.
The tobacco racks were valued at $398.10.
Hingson was arrested Thursday and booked into the
Suwannee County Jail.


Live Oak looks ahead


Continued From Page 1A

Gum mural, moving the gaze-
bo and adding attractive light-
ing.
Beeler advises using the
open space where Fleet's De-
partment Store once stood
(where Kiwanis Club Christ-
mas tree sales are conducted)
should be acquired by the CRA
and construct a "rounded out-
door food service pavilion with
extended awnings that would
cover about half the parcel."
The remainder of the space
could consist of shade trees and
pavers/planters. The eastern
wall could be used for a mural.
The remainder of the pro-
jects that could be completed in
the first 10 years is hi.iiidinii":
getting the name of Live Oak
on billboards on the interstate


and the use of downtown ban-
ners to advertise activities in
the city. Beeler said adding a
clock tower at City Hall and
improving the parking would
be inviting and would be seen
as a ;.icv .1, to the city."
Beeler said the city needs to
add attractive signs welcoming
folks to the city. "Gateway sig-
nage welcomes and informs
visitors, and provides a sense
of arrival into the downtown
core," said Beeler.
Probably the largest project
that could be completed within
10 years is improving Warren
Street, a two-block area that
runs from US 129 to Suwannee
Avenue on the north side of the
courthouse, parallel to US 90.
Beeler suggests making the
street more pedestrian friendly.
"Wider sidewalks create a


second storefront for business-
es," he said.
Beeler's plans calls for War-
ren Street to be one-way, with
vehicle traffic heading west,
and for additional parking on
both sides of the street. Re-
moving unsightly electrical
lines and burying them under-
ground and giving the back of
the buildings a facelift will
greatly improve that area and
make it easier to shop in local
businesses, Beeler said.
Beeler said the city should
have no problem funding the
projects since the CRA trust
fund takes in about $250,000 a
year.
Beeler said the city's next
step is to hire a full-time CRA
director and allow the CRA to
be fully staffed.
"If the CRA spends 25 per-


cent (the high end of the range)
on staff overhead per year that
would give them about $1.9
million to spend over the next
10 years, which makes most of
what is in the first 10 years of
the vision plan doable, if the
budget is written to pursue the
plan," said Beeler.
Mayor Sonny Nobles said
the city didn't fund a CRA di-
rector in the upcoming 2010-
11 budget year, but plans on
doing so in the following year.
However, he said the city is
adamant about moving for-
ward with some of those pro-
jects, and projects of the city's
own design, and has already
made plans to begin shortly.
Beeler said there's "no silver
bullet to recreate the bustle of
years past. The decline was in-
cremental, and so the recovery


shall follow the same track."
The city approved the 2010-
11 CRA budget of $577,861.
The funds are generated by
local ad valorem taxes.
Beeler will make a more in-
depth presentation at the City
Hall Annex tomorrow at 6 p.m.
for anyone wishing to attend.
LO Partnership
becomes official
The Live Oak Partnership is
now Live Oak Partnership,
Inc. after the agency recently
moved to separate itself from
other groups in the city and
county.
The partnership holds
monthly meetings on the
fourth Tuesday of each month
at 5:30 p.m. at Magnetic Mar-
keting, 124 East Howard
Street. The public is invited to
attend.


Natural causes
Continued From Page 1A

pickup, eastbound on 6th
Street at 6:53 a.m., drift-
ed over the centerline and
entered the yard of a pri-
vate residence. The pick-
up struck the mailbox
and continued east until it
came to rest against trees
in the front yard.
Neither speed nor alco-
hol nor appear to be a
factor in the crash, said
Shaw. A pedestrian said
he had to take evasive ac-
tion to keep from being
struck by the vehicle.
Shaw said that Under-


are suspected
wood may have died
while driving, causing
the crash.
Underwood was found
still sitting in the vehicle.
Paramedics with Suwan-
nee County Fire/Rescue
attempted to provide aid.
The driver was pro-
nounced dead at the
scene.
Underwood's body
was sent to the Medical
Examiner's Office in
Jacksonville to determine
the cause of death.
The investigation into
the cause of the crash is
ongoing, said Shaw.


Wellborn man faces

molestation charges
Continued From Page 1A

408 17th Avenue, allegedly
touched a female victim inap-
propriately.
The victim, now 14, told
authorities that Hutchinson
touched her in a lewd and las-
civious manner from the time
she was 11 or 12 until January
2010. The victim told author-
ities that he would touch her
when she asked for money.
Hutchinson confessed to
some of the allegations, ac-
cording to the report.
- Jeff Waters


Will Republicans save us?


Continued From Page 6A

If Republicans win the House of Repre-
sentatives, there are measures they should
take in their first month of office, and that
is to undo most of what the Democratical-
ly controlled Congress has done. If they
don't win a veto-proof Senate, they can't
undo Obamacare but the House alone can
refuse to fund any part of it. There are nu-
merous blocking tactics that a Republi-
can-controlled House can take against
those hell-bent on trampling on our Con-
stitution. The question is whether they
will have guts and principle to do it. After
all, many Americans, including those who
are Republicans, have a stake in big gov-
ernment control, special privileges and
handouts.


Ultimately, we Americans must act to
ensure that our liberty does not depend on
personalities in Washington. Our
founders tried to do that with our Consti-
tution. Thomas Jefferson offered us a so-
lution when he said, "The spirit of resis-
tance to government is so valuable on cer-
tain occasions, that I wish it to be always
kept alive. It will often be exercised when
wrong, but better so than not to be exer-
cised at all. I like a little rebellion now
and then."
Walter E. Williams is a professor of
economics at G..- '-. Mason University.
To find out more about Walter E. Williams
and read features by other Creators Syn-
dicate writers and cartoonists, visit the
Creators Syndicate Web page at www.cre-
ators.com.


Belt-tightening time in Live Oak


Continued From Page 1A

Commercial rates will rise as well.
Depending on usage, the minimum
commercial bill will rise either $8.90 or
$13.57.
City Administrator Bob Farley said
the rate increase is something that must
be done, per state guidelines, to "cover
debt service on the wastewater treat-
ment plant, phase II." Or, in other
words, the city needs the money to cov-
er a loan that was taken out to upgrade
the second phase of the wastewater
treatment plant to accommodate the
new prison.
The city was supposed to receive the
funds needed to cover the debt, some
$448,000, from the prison's water and
sewer fees, roughly $734,000. However,
only about $324,000 has been received
from the prison to date.
The problem is that the prison is still
under construction and does not have
the inmates it was anticipated to have by
now. The fewer the inmates, the less
money coming from the use of water
and sewer.
The other factor that requires a rate
increase is the depreciation of the water
and wastewater system at the prison.


The prison constructed the water works
on-site and handed over ownership to
the city. Now the city has to account for
more than a half-million dollars in de-
preciation expenses.

Charitable giving may be cut
Charitable contributions by the city
also came under scrutiny Thursday.
The city gives almost $44,000 to local
charities under the current budget. The
city budgeted more than $196,000 to
help fund Suwannee Parks & Recre-
ation.
The council discussed how much to
cut from each.
Mayor Sonny Nobles cautioned
against cutting some contributions, es-
pecially to Comprehensive Community
Services, an area agency that assists in-
dividuals with developmental disabili-
ties.
"They'll come fill this room up with
beautiful, retarded-looking kids," No-
bles said at the meeting.
The council proposed cutting all con-
tributions, and its contribution to parks
& recreation, by 10 percent.
The 2009-10 budget is set at
$18,873,850. The proposed 2010-11
budget is $16,069,094.


PRINS: PAY HIKE 'INCONCEIVABLE'


Continued From Page 1A

Councilman Bennie Thomas saw
things differently, however.
"I'm for giving the working man out
there a raise," he said. "I know how it


is. I'd rather take a pay cut myself."
Prins agreed that pay cuts for the
council should be considered as well.
The city finance department has pro-
posed to budget a 3 percent raise for all
hourly city employees.


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SUWANNEE COUNTY


2010-2011


TO


FREE BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
The 21st Century Community Learning Center is a before & after school program that
provides students with opportunities to learn academic skills in many unique ways:
Sewing, Music, Cooking, Carpentry, Digital Photography, Dance

21st Century also provides the following:
ACT/SAT prep classes, Teach skills to improve FCAT scores, Credit retrieval,
Provide homework assistance, Recreation, Field trips, and more.


21st Century is located in three schools this year:


Branford High
Monday - Friday from 7-8 a.m.
Monday - Thursday from 3:15-6:15 p.m.

Suwannee High
Monday - Friday from 7-8 a.m.
Monday - Thursday from 3:15-6:15 p.m.


Suwannee Middle
Monday - Friday fr
Monday - Thursda
REGISTER at BHS

For more inform
647-4046


2009-2010 Suwannee District Schools SPAR
A REPORT TO PARENTS
SPAR
School Board Policy 491 establishes the Student Progression Plan for Suwannee District Schoos. The plan is comprehensive and in part relates to student

Level 2 or above Students may be exempt from Grade 3 retention with specified "Good Cause" reasons

9-12 placement is based on regular promotions occurring at the end of the school year and dependent on credits eamed See the table below
rade 9 Promoted from grade eight
Grade 10 Student must have earned five (5) credits.
Grade 11 Student must have earned eleven (11) credits
Grade 12 Student must have earned seventeen (17) credits.
Students Scoring at Level 1 and Level 2 on the Reading Portion of the
Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT)
The following table shows FCAT Reading results for all students (all curriculum groups) tested during the 2010 administration of the FCAT in the
district
Number
Number Scoring at Percent Scoring
TotalNumber Number Scoring PercentScoScongSconng atLevel Percent Sconng Levels 1 at Levels 1 and
Grade Level Tested at Level 1 at Level 1 2 at Level 2 and 2 2
3 483 72 15 72 15 144 30
4 465 98 21 84 18 182 39
5 452 99 22 63 14 162 36
6 466 93 20 98 21 191 41
7 445 80 18 89 20 169 38
g 426 85 20 149 35 234 55
9 422 84 20 148 35 232 55
10 387 144 37 144 37 288 74
Students Retained (not Promoted) in Grades 3 through 10. The following table shows the number and percentage of students retained by
grade for all students in grades 3 through 10 within the district.
Grade 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Number
Retained 46 1 2 30 35 24 41 56
End-of-Year
Membership* 483 465 452 466 445 426 422 387
P 'eent
Retained 95 2 4 64 79 56 97 145
* Endof-year membership is the count of all students who are enrolled at the end of the year and for whom a decision on promotion status :s required and
reported
Number of Students Promoted for Good Cause, by Category of Exemption
This table shows the number of third-grade students who were exempted from the FCAT reading requirement and promoted for good cause at the
end of the 2009-2010 school year

To review the district's NCLB SPAR, please contact Lila G. Udell at (386)647-4638

To review the district's NCLB SPAR, please contact Lila G. Udell at (386)647-4638


*om 7-8 a.m.
ay from 2:45-5:45 p.m.
S, SMS or SHS!

nation call


MEET YOUR
TEACHER DATES:
Suwannee Elementary
August 19, 5:30 p.m. -7 p.m.
Suwannee High School
August 19-20 All Day-
Distribute Student Schedules
September 7, 7 p.m. - Open
House/Meet Your Teacher
Suwannee Intermediate
August 20, 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Suwannee Middle School
August 18, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Suwannee Primary
August 19, 4:30 p.m. -6 p.m.

Meal prices have
NOT changed for
the 2010-11 year.

Breakfast
Student:
PK-12 - Full Pay $1.50
Reduced Price .300
Adult: $1.75
Lunch
Student:
PK-5 Full Pay $2.10
6-12 Full Pay $2.60
Reduced Price .400
Adult: $3.25
Milk .650 half pint


SCHOOL


INFORMATION

Suwannee County Schools Transportation
Tips for School Bus Riders:
School officials, bus operators, parents, and students are all responsible for
ensuring that school bus riders follow these safety rules. 4Please take a few
moments to review and discuss the following safety tips with your children.
43y understanding and following these rules, your children will have a safer
and more enjoyable school bus experience. 4
4
At the bus stop:
* Students and parents are responsible for safety and proper student
behavior going to and from the stop and while waiting for the bus.
* Students must stand 10 feet off the roadway while waiting.
* Students must respect other people's property.
* Students must not push, shove, or engage in horseplay.
* Parents should supervise children at the stop if possible.
* Students must arrive at the bus stop at least five minutes prior to the
scheduled pickup time.
* Students must wait for and get off the bus only at approved stop locations.
During loading and unloading:
* Always stay away from the 12 foot "danger zone" around the bus, except
when you are directed by the driver to get on or off the bus.
* NEVER pick up an object that you drop under or near the bus. Ask the
driver for help.
* Always be sure the driver can see you.
* Make sure clothing and backpacks have no loose draw strings or long
straps that could catch in the handrail or bus door. 4
* When you see the bus coming, stand at the stop and wait for the bus to
come to a complete stop.
* Always wait for the driver to signal that it is safe to cross the road and/or
load into the bus.
* When crossing a traffic lane, always look left, right, then left again; cross
only if approaching traffic has stopped.
* Never walk behind the bus.
* Only board your assigned bus, unless other arrangements are approved
by your school.
During the bus ride:
* Always follow the driver's directions.
* Never distract the driver from driving unless there is immediate danger to
you or others.
* Remain seated and keep the aisles clear.
* Eating, drinking, and chewing gum are prohibited.
* Never bring unsafe or unauthorized items into the bus.
* Always wear your seat belt when one is available.
* Always keep your arms, legs, and head inside the bus.
* Always show respect for your fellow students.
* Keep conversation at a reasonable level and remain quiet at railroad
crossings. The Student Code of Conduct applies in the bus as well as in the
classroom.
Communication:
We encourage students and parents to communicate with their bus driver
and expect the bus drivers to communicate with parents and students as
well. 43ecause the drivers have their backs to the students and are focusing
on the road they don't always see or hear what is happening behind them.
4Ne want our students to feel safe and secure while on the bus but we
cannot correct a problem if we are not aware of it. Should you have any
transportation questions please call our office at 647-4125 or 647-4127. 4
Thank you for your support and have a wonderful school year!
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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 Pa2' |3


Babe Ruth


By Corey Davis
corey.davis @ gaflnews.com

LIVE OAK- We watched
them compete for district and
state titles for weeks at the
First Federal Sportsplex, but
what happened when they left
town?
In the span of a month,
about 60 Babe Ruth baseball
teams competed in the District
6 (June 10-13) and North
Florida State tournaments
(July 15-17), but after winning
or losing in the tournaments
they all went their separate
ways. So what happened to the
winners from each of those
tournaments?

9-years olds
Wakulla coasted to the Dis-
trict 6 title sweeping host
Suwannee 14-12 and 11-8 in a
best of three series June 10-13


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Football, cheerleading, volleyball, swimming and golf all kicked off August 9 with their
first practice, while cross-country and bowling kicked off this week. See more photos,
Page 3B. - Photo: Paul Buchanan - SuwanneeSports.com


Let's get it started


By Corey Davis

After months of intense summer
workouts, athletes from across the state
are lacing up their shoes and finally be-
ginning practice.
Whether it's golf, football, swim-
ming, or volleyball, coaches and play-
ers began their quest August 9 to win a
state title, while bowling and cross-
country kicked off practice this week
with the same goals.
Volleyball will officially kick it off



Bowler of the Week
Page 2B


Church league coming to a close |


with a pre-season Spike Classic August
26-28 at various venues.
Football has their annual pre-season
Kickoff Classic August 26-27, as Bran-
ford travels to Dixie County, Lafayette
to Taylor County while Bradford comes
to Hamilton and Chiefland comes to
Suwannee.
Golf begins its first match August 30
as does swimming. Cross-Country and
bowling began practicing this week
with their first matches August 30 and
Sept 13 respectively.


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By Corey Davis
corey.davis@ gaflnews.com

LIVE OAK-Suwannee River Community
Church held off Tabernale Baptist by one
game to win the 2010 Suwannee Parks and


Recreation Church League.
SRCC (16-2) took the top seed into the
end of season tournament this past week-
end at First Federal Sportsplex, followed
by Tabernacle (15-3) the second seed and
First Baptist (14-4) the third seed.


Weather postponed most of 1
the games during the weekend 1
and forced officials to move sev-
eral of the games to Monday, with


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SPORTS


Bowler of the Week


Submitted
In the 9 Pin No Tap league
Shawn Blonder led the league with
a 717 series. He bowled 201 pins
over his average making him Thun-
der Alley Bowler of the week.
Mike Friedman bowled a 651 se-
ries and George Williams bowled a
647. We have to mention Earl
Suber also, he bowled 184 pins
over his average. Way to go


Bowlers.
Thure Olson led the Monday
Morning Blues with a 554 series
followed by Larry Robinson with a
547 and Debbie Rice with a 524.
Sean Pruitt led the Men's league
with a 617 series followed by Don
Music with a 582 and Thure Olson
with a 528.
Saturday's Scotch Doubles
tournament was a lot of fun. Larry


Robinson and Kim Carter took first
place. Dave Ward and Lorrie
Geiger took second place and John
& Debbie Rice took third.
On October 16 there will be a no
Handicap Snakebite Tournament at
2 p.m., and on November 13 we
will hold a Mystery Scotch Doubles
tournament. That should be a lot of
fun. don't forget the benefit tourna-
ment in September 18 at 2 p.m.


Sports Briefs


core' , 1 i, . , *..', ,. ii . .. . ,

Season tickets for sale
Suwannee High football
season tickets are now on
sale at $40 per seat in the
Main Office 8 a.m. till 3
p.m. daily. Each season
ticket purchased enters you
into a drawing to win a
John Deere Gator valued at
$6,000. Other giveaways to
be drawn at games
throughout the season.

Upward Bound signups
Upward Bound Flag
Football and Cheerleading
signups are being held at
the Friendship Baptist
Church on 140 Street.
Registration is being held
at the same time
evaluations are being held
August 5 from 6-8 p.m.,
August 12 from 6-8 p.m.
and Aug 14 from 10-12
noon. Registration cost $55
per child for flag football
and cheerleading. Flag
football shorts are optional
for $12, while cheerleading
mock turtlenecks are
optional for $12. Players in
Pre-K through sixth grade
are invited to sign up.
Practices begin August 30,


games begin September 18
with an awards ceremony
being held November 8.
For more information
contact Kevin Fletcher a
776-1418 or 249-9742.

Rec football signups
Suwannee Parks and
Recreation will be
accepting registration for
Youth Flag Football,
Tackle Football and
Cheerleading till Aug 13.
Players can register online
at
www.suwanneeparksandre
creation.org or in person at
the First Federal
Sportsplex. Kids ages 6-8
can play flag football, 7-8
new tackle football
program, 9-10 tackle
football and 11-12 tackle
football (13 if under 125
lbs). Cheerleading for ages
5-13 can also sign up
through the web site or in
person. Fees are $75 till
Aug 6 and $85 after
August 6. For more
information call the
Suwannee Parks and
Recreation at 362-3004.
Kids from Lafayette
County are invited to sign
up and play as well.


Daytona 500 tickets
available
Tickets for the 53rd Annual
Daytona 500 went on sale
June 18 to the public.
Tickets will cost $55 for
the 500 and $40 for the
upcoming Coca Cola 400
July 3. To purchase tickets,
call 1-800-PITSHOP or log
onto
www.daytonainternationals
peedway.com.

Dove club permits on sale
Six special-opportunity
dove fields will be open to
the public this season
through the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission's special-
opportunity Dove club.
Beginning 10 a.m. July 1,
sportsmen can apply for
Dove Club permits online
at
www.fl.wildlifelicense.co
m or by submitting a
completed Special-
Opportunity Dove Club
Permit Worksheet to any
tax collector's office or
authorized license agent.
There is no cost to apply.
Dove Club permits will be
issued by random drawing


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from applications
submitted by midnight July
19. The permit allows one
adult and one youth (under
age 16) to participate in all
scheduled hunts (up to
eight days) for a designated
dove field. These Saturday
half-day hunts cost $150
and enable both the permit
holder and youth to each
take a daily bag of limits of
birds. Successful
applicants must purchase
their permits by Aug. 9.
Any permits left unsold
after the deadline will be
available for purchase on a
first-come, first-served
basis beginning at 10 a.m.
Aug. 12. The deadline to
purchase leftover Dove
Club permits is Aug. 23.

Sports briefs wanted
Are you hosting any kind


of sports tournament,
having rec league signups,
having a car wash event for
a sporting team or looking
for baseball and softball
players to fill out your
travel teams. Get your
information out to
everyone free each week in
the Sports Briefs. Send me
your information, the time,
the place, when, how much
it cost, etc.. Send me our
information at
corey.davis @gaflnews.com
or call me at 362-1734, ext.
132.

Sports news wanted
Attention area coaches,
want your athletic team to
get more coverage send me
your results each week or
after each game. Covering
Suwanee, Branford,
Lafayette and Hamilton


Sports Calendar

Aug. 27
Football
Branford at Dixie County, 7:30
Lafayette at Taylor County, 7:30
Bradford at Hamilton County, 7:30
Chiefland at Suwannee, 7:30

Aug. 30
Volleyball
Fort White at Branford, 6:30

Aug. 31
Volleyball
Newberry at Hamilton County, 6:30
Madison County at Lafayette, 6
Branford at Suwannee, 6:30

Sept. 1
Volleyball
St. Francis at Branford, 6

Sept. 2
Volleyball
Hamilton County at Brooks County, Ga., 6 p.m.
Lafayette at Tallahassee Maclay, 6
Suwannee at Fort White, 6:30
Chiefland at Branford, 7




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County High sports
programs, we can't be
everywhere and need your
help with coverage. Send
us a few short paragraphs,
stats and pictures on last
nights game to
corey.davis @ gaflnews.com
or call your results in to
362-1734, ext. 132.

Freelancers wanted
Have an urge to get out and
cover a game in your own
community. We need
volunteers to help cover
and photograph sports in
Branford, Jasper and Mayo.
If interested, send me an
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A&A MINI STORAGE
313 NE RIVER RD
MAYO, FL. 32066
386-208-1062 OFF
NOTICE OF SALE
A & A MINI STORAGE LOCATED AT
10158 90th TRAIL IN LIVE OAK, FL.
WILL ACCEPT BIDS ON THE
CONTENTS OF THE FOLLOWING
UNITS:
(1).DAWN ATCHLEY UNIT# B-40
CONTENTS: MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL ITEMS
(2). AMANDA JO GABEY - UNIT# D-6
CONTENTS: MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL ITEMS
(3). CHARLES MARQUISS - UNITS # B-
48 & A-11
CONTENTS: MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL ITEMS
(4). SHERYL OLSEN - UNIT# C-2
CONTENTS: MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL ITEMS
(5). ROBERT HERBERT - UNIT# B-47
CONTENTS: MISCELLANEOUS
PERSONAL ITEMS
CONTENTS MAY BE PURCHASED IN
PART OR WHOLE. PAYMENT MUST BE
IN CASH. SALE DATE IS TUESDAY THE
2nd OF SEPTEMBER, 2010 AT 10:00
AM AT A & A MINI STORAGE. A & A
MINI STORAGE RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO BID.
8/18,25
Suwannee County School Board
Bid #10-213 - Modular Home
Sealed bids will be received in the office
of the Chief Financial Officer, Suwannee
County School Board, 702 2nd Street
NW, Live Oak, Florida 32064, until 4:00
p.m., October 1, 2010 for a modular
home. The house is a 1600 sq. ft. -
3BR/2BA home - sold as is - that must
be moved by the purchaser. The house
may be inspected at the Suwannee
Hamilton Technical Center located at 415
Pinewood Drive, Live Oak, FL 32064.
Building specifications are available at
the following web address:
http://teacherweb.com/FL/SuwanneeCou
ntyDistrict/SchoolHomePage/ap35.aspx
Minimum qualifying bid is $80,000. Bid
must be accompanied by a pre-qualifying
letter from a financial institution.
Arrangements must be made by the
successful bidder to move the house
from school property no later than 45
days after closing.
Bids must be submitted in a sealed
envelope plainly marked:
SCSB Bid #10-213 - Modular Home
Attn: Chief Financial Officer
Due Date: October 1,2010
The Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
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SPORTS


Football

history

still needed
By Corey Davis

Since this ran in my column and in
the paper recently, I have received sev-
eral emails and phone calls from people
sending me copies of yearbook pages or
information from previous seasons.
This is what I mean by community
support, someone took the initiative to
send me information.
While doing some research for the
upcoming football preview (which
comes out first week in September), I
found out that Branford, Suwannee,
Hamilton and Lafayette High Schools
have all played for state titles in foot-
ball.
However you wouldn't know that,
looking around each of the four stadi-
ums. That's why I intend to research
every season for all four schools and
track their football history.
I need your help though, a horrific
fire in October of 1995 destroyed years
of old volumes of newspaper books.
If you or know someone who
has/have old yearbooks or newspaper
clippings, please feel free to call me,
email me or stop by and show me old
schedules and results.
The idea is by next football season,
to have every single schedule and re-
sults from every season from all four
schools.
If you have been to the Suwannee at
Columbia football game, chances are
you have picked up a program some-
time. In the back of the program, Co-
lumbia lists every single schedule and
game results from every year as well as
the coaches records.
I would like to do this for all four
schools, but I need the communities of
Live Oak, O'Brien, McAlpin, Houston,
Wellborn, Mayo, Branford, Jasper, Jen-
nings and Luraville's help.
Through my research, I have discov-
ered that Suwannee's first graduating
class was in 1916, while Branford and
Hamilton opened sometime in the
1920's. I'm not sure when Lafayette
High opened.
Thanks to the internet, I have been
able to track down scores for Suwannee
from 1995-2009, although I'm still
missing scores from 1987-1994 as well
as anything prior to 1987.
I have only been researching for two
days now and I have found scores for
Branford, Hamilton and Lafayette from
2002-2009. Soon I will be checking
scores from previous newspapers but
again anything before 1995 I don't
have.
All the information I gather will be
available in each schools football pro-
grams from now on, providing they
don't object to it.
With 80 years of football history,
Suwannee, Branford, Hamilton or
Lafayette could well be on their way to
say their 500 or 600 all-time victory but
we will never know unless I get help.
Wouldn't you want to know how
Suwannee has done all-time against
Madison County or Columbia, or how
Branford has done against long time ri-
vals Bell, Bronson and Lafayette or
how Hamilton has done against Suwan-
nee or even perhaps against Branford
and Lafayette.


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Continued From Page 1B

in Live Oak.
After winning the district, Wakulla advanced to the
six-team double elimination North Florida State tourna-
ment held July 8-11 in Jacksonville Beach. Wakulla
joined Ponte Vedra, North Central Florida, Julington
Creek, Orange Park and host Jacksonville Beach in the
tourney.
Unfortunately, Wakulla's run was short lived as they
were the second team eliminated after dropping its first
two games 3-2 to North Central Florida and 17-0 to Or-
ange Park.
Ponte Vedra defeated Julington Creek 9-6 to win the
state title and advance to the Southeast Regional July 22
in Varina, Virginia. Ponte Vedra went 4-0 in the Ameri-
can South Division, while Julington Creek went 3-1 in
the National West Division as both advanced to the sin-
gle elimination bracket and lost in the semi-finals.

10-years old
In the 10-year-olds bracket June 10-13, Lake City,
Branford, Fort White, Lafayette, Madison, Hamilton,
Wakulla, Union and host Suwannee all competed. Bran-
ford did the best finishing 2-2 losing to the eventual run-
ner-up team Madison County, while Suwannee,
Lafayette and Hamilton all went 1-2.

Lake City cruised through the 10-year old district title
sweeping its way through the bracket including an 10-0
win over Madison County in the final. Both teams ad-
vanced to the 10-team double elimination North Florida
State tournament held July 15-19 in Jacksonville.
Joining them were Mandarin, Santa Fe, Argyle, Or-
ange Park, North Central Florida, Jacksonville Beach,
Cedar Hills and host San Jose.
Madison County went 1-2 in the tournament beating
Santa Fe 18-4 before falling to San Jose 9-7 in the open-
er and Orange Park 4-3 in its third and final game.
Lake City won its first three games in wins over Man-
darin 9-5, Orange Park 12-2 and Argyle 11-6 to advance
to the winner's bracket final, before dropping a 14-1 loss
to Jacksonville Beach. A day later, Jacksonville Beach
won the title with an 18-2 win over Orange Park to ad-
vance to the 12-team double elimination Southeast Re-
gional July 29-Aug. 3 in North Augusta, South Carolina.
In Augusta, Jacksonville Beach had a bye in the open-
er and cruised to the winners bracket final with wins
over Arlington, Virginia 18-5 and Winterville, North
Carolina 14-3, before running into a tough Tillman's
Comer, Alabama team which pounded them 16-5 to ad-
vance to the championship round.
The loss sent Jacksonville Beach to the loser's brack-
et, where they knocked off West Ashley, North Carolina
17-2 to get a rematch with Tillman. Jacksonville Beach
had to knock off Tillman twice to earn the title and sur-
prisingly did with ease with a pair of 6-1, 12-0 wins.
Jacksonville Beach advanced to the Cal Ripken World
Series August 13-20 in Ocala and is competing against
Newton (Conn), Middleton (NJ), Scott County (Kty),
Sikeston (Missouri), Weimar (Tx), Willamette Valley


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(Oregon), Bakersfield (Cal), Jupiter and host Ocala.

12-year olds (60-foot)
Winthrop Park, out of Tallahassee, claimed the 60-foot
North Florida 12-under Cal Ripken State title July 15-17
in Live Oak with wins over Madison County 4-3, Argyle
18-5 and Madison 11-6 in the title game.

Host Suwannee went 0-2 in the tournament with losses
to Argyle 11-4 and Madison 16-5 to be the first team
out.

Winthrop Park competed July 29-Aug 4 in the South-
east Regional in Lakeland and competed against South
Augusta (Virginia), Gaffney (SC), Hominy Valley (NC),
Donelson (Tenn), Linden (Ala), Nassau (Bahamas),
Giles County (Tenn.), Hamilton (BM), Warwick Moose
(VA) and host Lakeland.
Unfortunately, Winthrop Park's stay wasn't that long
going 1-2 in the tourney, as Nassau, Bahamas walked
away with the title and a trip to the Babe Ruth World Se-
ries August 12-19 in Wilson County, North Carolina.

12-year olds (70-foot)
Julington Creek, outside Jacksonville area, went a per-
fect 4-0 in the tournament with wins over Melrose 9-7,
Orange Park 9-6 and Argyle 6-3, 8-4 to claim the state
70-foot title July 15-19 in Live Oak.

"The key for us winning this is the closeness of the
kids," Julington Creek head coach Al Arena. "These kids
hang out, they have sleepovers and play Modem Warfare
II (video game). Of course it also helps to pitch well,
play good defense and have timely hitting."

Melrose, Orange Park, Santa Fe, Lafayette, Ponte Ve-
dra, Hamilton County and host Suwannee also competed
in the 12-under 70-foot base tournament.

Hamilton and Suwannee both finished 0-2 in the tour-
nament while Lafayette went 1-2 with a win over Hamil-
ton in an elimination game.

Julington Creek and Argyle both competed in the Babe
Ruth Southeast Regional July 29-Aug 4 in Ocala against


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the winners from the South Florida, Alabama, Georgia,
Western North Carolina, Eastern North Carolina, Eastern
Tennessee, Western Tennessee, Virginia and host
Ocala.

Argyle and Julington Creek both got put into the los-
er's bracket quickly and met in an elimination game with
Julington Creek winning 12-3, however Julington Creek
was sent home one game later in a 18-17 loss to
Matthews, NC.
Ocala stunned the competition going 5-0 to win the ti-
tle and move on to the Cal Ripken World Series August
14-21 in Aberdeen, Maryland to compete against Nor-
walk (Conn), Bear (Del), Lexington (Kty), Mineral Area
(Missouri), Mountain Home (Ark), Willamette Valley
(Oregon), Bakersfield (Cal), Charles County (MD) and
host Emmorton (MD).

13-years olds
In the 13-year old class, Fort White, Lafayette and
Hamilton competed for the District 6 title in Live Oak
and Fort White brought home the title with a 8-2 win
over Lafayette. Lafayette finished 1-2 to finish second,
while Hamilton went 0-2 to finish third.
Fort White went 0-2 at state in Tallahassee to end its
season, including a tourney opening loss to Tallahassee,
the eventual state winner.
Tallahassee went 4-0 to win the Southeast Regional
August 5-10 in Havelook, NC to advance to the World
Series August 19-26 in Levelland, Texas.

15-year olds
In the 15-year-olds bracket, Fort White, Suwannee,
Hamilton, Jefferson and Perry competed for the District
6 title in June in Live Oak. Fort White, which knocked
off Suwannee 9-1 in the opening game, went on to win
the title over Jefferson 9-5 and will advance to state,
Suwannee finished 1-2 while Hamilton was 0-2.
Fort White advanced to the state tournament July 22-
25 in Fernandina Beach and went 0-2 losing to host Fer-
nandina Beach 6-4 and Julington Creek 4-2 to end its
season.
Fernandina Beach won the title going undefeated at 4-
0 to advance to the Southeast Regional August 5-11 in
Matthews, NC.; however its trip was short though as
they went 0-2 in the tourney.



church league


ming to a close


Continued From Page 1B

the championship game be-
ing played Thursday.
The tournament got back
underway Monday with
Shady Grove taking on
Mount Olive, SRCC vs.
African Baptist, First Baptist
vs. Tabernacle, Westwood


vs. Village and St. Francis
taking on the winner of
Game 12. The semi-finals
were played Tuesday, results
were not available as of
press time.
The championship game
will take place Thursday at 7
p.m. followed by an 8:15
game, if necessary.


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2010 Church League
Softball Standings
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Tourn. Seed Church W LT
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3 First Baptist 14 4 0
4 African Baptist 12 6 0
5 The Village 11 7 0
6 St. Francis Catholic 10 8 0
7 Mt. Olive Baptist 9 9 0
8 Westwood Baptist 8 10 0
Not PI, , i .* Live Oak C.O.G.7 110
9 Antioch Baptist* 4 14 0
10 Friendship Baptist** 4 14 0
11 Suwannee Station 4 14 0
12 Shady Grove Baptist 3 15 0

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Loren Propper Band,



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Suwannee Music Park will
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this weekend with the
Loren Propper Band,
FMZA/IMZA Miniature
Zebu Extravaganza and
Extreme Pro Wrestling.
Weekend entertainment


will be the Loren Propper
Band Friday and Saturday
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where you may enjoy din-
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lots of other music to
make you want to get out
on that dance floor and
swing your sweetie. This
group has been a favorite
over the years at the
SOSMP.
Saturday and Sunday,
you may attend the
FMZA/IMZA Miniature


Zebu Extravaganza.
Miniature zebu are a rare
breed of tiny cattle. You
do not want to miss this
event as the cattle are ex-
hibited and compete in
youth and open shows for
cash prizes, ribbons and
trophies. There will also
be cattle for sale. Admis-


sion is regular park admis-
sion at $2 per head or $5
per carload, whichever is
cheaper. Shows at 9 a.m.
and 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
Sunday at 9 a.m. will be a
meet and greet informa-
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sale.
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midgets, strap match,
clowns, "Chester" the
Wrestling Chicken, title
match and more. It's an
event you will not soon
forget.
As always, the SOS
Cafe6 and Restaurant will
be open to delight your
culinary senses with deli-
cious specials, regular
menu items and a variety
of beverages at regular
prices.
Admission to the Music
Hall Friday night, Aug. 20,
is $5 with the $5 applied
to your food and beverage
bill. Saturday night, Aug.
21, admission is $10 per
person. The Music Hall
opens at 6 p.m. Friday and
Saturday night with music
beginning at 8 p.m.; open
until 1 a.m., serving din-
ner until 10 p.m. Sunday
night admission is $10 for
adults, children under 5
free. Doors open at 6 p.m.,
wrestling begins at 7 p.m.
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Florida's old-time banjo champ



Chuck Levy


to play at 'Free Fridays'


- Courtesy photo




Our 'greatest' generation?


Expanding waistlines mean kids today may

have lower life expectancy than their parents.

But UF experts are trying to change that.


Chuck Levy


GAINESVILLE - Chuck Levy and
friends will take the stage at the Bo Did-
dley Community Plaza on Friday from 8
to 10 p.m. to give Gainesville some old-
time and new-time Americana music.
Chuck Levy has earned the title of
Florida's Old-Time Banjo Champion, as
well as being a prize-winning Florida fid-
dler. He is equally at home on five- and
six-string banjos, whether fretted or fret-
less, playing clawhammer and minstrel
styles. Levy is a respected banjo scholar
who has visited Senegal and Gambia to
investigate the African roots of the banjo.
While there, he learned to play the
akonting, an ancestor to the three-string
banjo.
Levy is a past president of both the
Florida Banjo Society and the Florida
State Fiddlers Association, and co-directs
the Suwannee Banjo Camp and the
Suwannee Old-Time weekend. He is ac-


tive in the Center for Arts in Healthcare,
Research and Education at the University
of Florida as Chair of the Board of Direc-
tors. In 2009, Levy received the Thelma
Boltin Award at the Florida Old-Time
Music Championship. This annual award
is given to an individual who has made
outstanding contributions to traditional
music in Florida. He also teaches fiddle
and banjo. Levy's second CD, "Banjour-
neys," was named one of the best record-
ings of 2009 in Banjo NewsLetter.
The Let's Go Downtown "Free Fri-
days" Concert Series runs from 8 to 10
p.m. on Friday nights from Friday, May 7
through Friday, October 15. The Bo Did-
dley Community Plaza is located on the
corner of Southeast First Street and East
University Avenue. A complete listing of
the "Free Fridays" entertainment schedule
can be found at http://www.gvlculturalaf-
fairs.org.


University of Florida Performing Arts

Calendar of Events
September - October 2010


All events are in the Phillips
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(1) Horse Farm: 55 acres with a 5
bedroom, 3 bath CH&AC home
with fireplace cont. approx. 5000
sq. feet under roof with an 18
stall horse barn with office and
bath cont. approx. 5000 sq. ft.
under roof. The property has 4
fenced paddocks with room for
expansion. Approx. 3 miles from
1-75. Call for more information.
Just listed $599,999.
(2) Off CR 49 5 acres in grass
with scattered trees, fenced on 3
sides with survey. Only $4,900 per
acre.
(3) Off US 129 North: 5 acre
wooded on 89th Rd. Will work
for land home package. $37,000.
(4) CR 51 & Pinewood St.: 2.29
Acres, city water and sewer,
zoned office. Good location
REDUCED TO $159,900.
(5) Off CR 349: 10 acre wooded
tract with a two bedroom CH/AC
log home in excellent condition
cont. approx. 1200 sq. ft. under
roof, 30'x40' pole barn.
REDUCED TO $145,900.
(6) Industrial Park: 1.13 acre
corner tract good exposure.
Reduced to $34,500.
(7) 40 acres with 835 ft. on paved
road in 13 year old planted pines.
Priced to sell at REDUCED TO
$149,900.
(8) CR 143: 9 acres on paved road
with a 3/2 CH/AC home const. in
2002 with a 2 car garage, 30'x50'
bar, 8x8 storage, nice fish pond.
Good buy @ $175,000.
(9) Hamilton Co.: 10 acres on
CR751 and the river approx.
1300 ft. on the water and approx.
1300 ft. on paved road. Priced to
sell at REDUCED TO
$64,000.
(10) Dowling Park area: Horse
farm, 30+ ac. with a 3/2 CH/AC
DWMH 58x72 +/-, 8 stall horse
ba r, with tack room, feed room
etc. 30x40 +/- storage building, all
in grass fence and cross fenced,
water to all pastures. Priced to
sell @ $229,000.
(11) Farms of 10 Mill Hollow: 4
acres in grass/cropland with
scattered trees. $32,500.
(12) Near City: Off US 90 East 5
acres wooded near golf course.


Good buy @ $44,900.
(13) 190th St.: 10 acres in planted
pines approx. 15 years old, with a
3/1 CHIAC SWMH, 2 car
carport/shop. Priced to sell @
$49,000.
(14) 169th Rd.: 5 ac. in grass with
a 3/2 CH/AC DWMH cont.
approx. 1,850 sq. ft. under roof in
excellent cond. 2 car detached
garage. Good area. REDUCED
TO $99,000.
(15) 193rd Rd.: 6.59 acres wooded
on paved road. Good area. Good
buy @ $37,500.
(16) Hamilton County: 40 acre
wooded on county road. Good
hunting area that adjoins
SRWMD. REDUCED TO
$129,500.
(17) New 3 bedroom, 2 bath CH/
AC home. City sewer & water,
privacy fence. Good Buy @
$95,000.
(18) Off CR 249: 3 wooded lots,
will work for mobile homes, on
county road. Good buy @ $12,600
for all three.
(19) Near City on paved road: 6
acres in grass with scattered trees,
36'x36' horse barn with tack/feed
room & loft (2009), 2" well,
fenced & divided into paddocks
with horse type fence. Priced to
sell @ $99,900 Terms.
(20) Off CR 250: 1.45 acres with a
3/2 CHIAC brick home with
fireplace, kitchen furnished, cont.
2700+ sq. ft. of living area, 2 car
detached garage, 12'x16' metal
storage building. Priced to sell @
$139,500.
(21) Suwannee River Charles
Springs area: 1.88 ac. wooded
with 137 ft. on the water elevation
survey. Will support regular
inground septic tank. Good buy
@ $39,900.
(22) 104th St.: 7 3/4 acres with a
3/2 CH/AC 2006 Fleetwood
DWMH, kitchen furnished,
fireplace 4" well, 2 septic. Priced
to sell @ $99,900.
(23) CR 136 West: 5 acres in grass
with a 3/2 CH/AC DWMH in
excellent condition cont. approx.
2,100 sq. ft. of living area, kitchen
furnished, 30'x42' carport and
storage. Priced to sell @ $93,000.
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Reserved Seating: $30-40

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Sunday, October 3, 2 p.m.
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By April Frawley Birdwell
Susie Miller can't pinpoint exactly how
it happened, but looking at her daughter
Kimberly's clothes, she knew something
didn't fit.
"Everything she put on was really
tight," Susie remembered. "She says,
'Mom, I need a bigger size.'"
At the doctor's office during Kimberly's
annual physical last December, pediatri-
cian Carolyn Carter confirmed what the
Millers already suspected: Kimberly was
gaining weight. Too much weight. Her
body mass index, the calculation doctors
use to gauge whether a person is over-
weight, had swelled to 27.5, high for an
11-year-old, Carter says.
Miller knew there was really only one
thing to do. Her family had to change.
That meant trading sugary sodas and
sports drinks for bottled water, packing
grapes in her daughters' lunches instead of
oatmeal cream pies and getting out of the
house in the afternoons instead of sitting
on the couch.
It paid off. In March, when Kimberly
checked back in with Carter, her BMI had
dropped nearly a point.
"That's a big drop on the chart," says
Carter, a UF professor of pediatrics. "She's
doing great, and they're still working on
it."
In some ways, Kimberly's progress isn't
all that surprising. If weight loss were an
equation to solve, adding apples, water and
daily bikes rides and subtracting oatmeal
cream pies and soda would equal weight
loss. It sounds simple. But like any equa-
tion, often it isn't. There are variables in-
volved in equations and weight loss, and
sometimes it isn't so easy to solve for X
- or XXL.
More than a third of U.S. children and
teens are overweight or obese - about 25
million - a statistic that has swelled dur-
ing the past two decades, according to the
Centers for Disease Control and Preven-
tion. Considering that 70 percent of over-
weight teens stay overweight as adults,
stopping the problem in childhood is key
to keeping kids healthy, say UF experts
who work with obese children. But getting
to the root of the problem takes time,
something that's in short supply in clinics.
Some children wait months for an open
appointment in a UF pediatric endocrine
clinic held weekly for children who are
overweight and at risk for complications
such as type 2 diabetes, and often doctors
have time to see only the most severe cas-
es, says Dr. Janet Silverstein, a UF profes-
sor of pediatric endocrinology who has
been working to combat childhood obesity
for years.
That's one of the reasons UF researchers
hope to establish a multidisciplinary obesi-
ty center that would offer services to chil-
dren both at UF and in rural areas, where
kids are apt to be heavier, and train stu-
dents to work in the field, says David Jan-
icke, an associate professor of clinical
health and health psychology in the Col-
lege of Public Health and Health Profes-
sions.
"What we're trying to do is bring ex-
perts together," says Janicke, who studies
childhood obesity in rural populations.
But helping
"If you can't live at home, patients in the
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is so good to the residents." what needs to
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UF researchers are also trying to find the
best treatments for kids and ways to stop
childhood obesity before it becomes a
problem, even in children who are geneti-
cally predisposed to becoming overweight.
Finding these treatments and helping fami-
lies make changes is only one part of the
solution, though, Janicke says.
"There needs to be change on so many
levels," he says. "What's marketed to kids,
what types of foods are available in
schools, the walkability of neighborhoods,
how much exercise kids are getting. There
are so many different levels that we need
to intervene at that it's going to take a
while."
Kimberly isn't the only one in her fami-
ly who's benefited from the changes she
and her mother decided to make after her
doctor's appointment in December. It's ac-
tually helped the whole family, says
Miller, a nurse at Shands at UF.
"It's the exercise," Miller says. "You
feel so much better after you exercise."

The Problem
In 1971, only 7 percent of adolescents
and 4 percent of children between the ages
of 6 and 11 were overweight. By the early
1990s, those numbers had passed the dou-
ble-digit mark. By 2004, those percentages
had reached nearly 20 percent, according
to the National Health and Nutrition Ex-
amination Survey results from those years.
The rising rates of obesity led re-
searchers to a startling conclusion in 2005.
Today's children would probably be the
first generation whose life expectancies
would not eclipse their parents because of
obesity, scientists reported in The New
England Journal of Medicine.
Everyone has an opinion on why kids
are getting fatter even as doctors shed
more light on the health problems obesity
can cause: too many snacks, processed
food, fast food, boot-shaped chicken
nuggets, video games, less safe neighbor-
hoods keeping kids inside, fattening school
lunches, more parents who are overweight,
high-fructose corn syrup, marketing junk
food to kids, 700 cable channels and an
endless list of other problems. But the
truth is, it's not one thing, Janicke says. It's
everything.
"It's a very complex problem and a vi-
cious circle," says Dr. Milagros Huerta, a
UF assistant professor of pediatric en-
docrinology who studies obesity's effects
on endocrine disorders such as diabetes.
And although overweight children are
primarily concerned with looking normal
and fitting in, the problem is really the ef-
fects obesity has on the body. Type 2 dia-
betes used to be considered an adults-only
disease, but today more children have it
than ever, says Silverstein, the chief of the
College of Medicine's pediatric en-
docrinology division. Heart disease, high
cholesterol, sleep apnea and psychological
problems affect more obese children, too,
Huerta says.
Huerta decided to start her own study
examining this problem when she was
working as a pediatrician at a clinic in
Brownsville, Texas. She noticed that many
of the obese children she saw already had
type 2 diabetes.
"As a fellow, most of what I had seen
before 1997 was type 1 diabetes," Huerta
says. "It's always heartbreaking to tell
someone their child has diabetes. And as
much as researchers have tried, we can't
prevent it. But type 2 diabetes is pre-
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Competitive gamers lined up to check in at Big Bang 2010 for the start of tournament action in
Ottumwa, Iowa. Many brought their own gear, which had to be checked in for security reasons.
- Photo: Matt Milner/The Ottumwa (Iowa) Courier


Big Bang brings the


Big Gamers to Iowa


By Matt Milner
CNHI News Service
OTTUMWA, Iowa - Sam Gulbran-
son plays a lot more Xbox than Pac-
Man. That's not a surprise. Sam's 13.
But, man, he's slick when he steps
up for his chance to play. He slipped
Pac-Man through holes so small you
would have sworn it was a ghost in-
stead of being chased by them.
Sam just shrugged after finally be-
ing caught for the last time. The level
with invisible walls got him.
There are newer games at Big Bang
2010, the computer game extravaganza
that is bringing people here from
across the country. There are PlaySta-
tion 3 consoles and both versions of
Sam's Xbox system. So why is he
playing a game that was popular when
Kool and the Gang was singing "Cele-
bration," on a jukebox?
"I don't know," he said. "It's fun."
That, organizers hope, is the key to
making Big Bang an annual landmark
on the competitive gaming circuit.
Bring in people who are there for the
history, the fun side, and make them
aware of the competitive side of the
industry.
Good tournaments draw people from
across the country, even from over-
seas. The big ones can draw thou-
sands, and Ottumwa has a shot at
breaking into that league.
The tournament reaches it peak this
weekend. That is when organizers say
the event will really start to heat up.


While people wandered the entry ar-
eas and checked out some of the older
games, the exhibition hall transformed
into a center for both tournaments and
world record attempts.
Stephen "Stevo" Cano was giving
Fifa World Cup South Africa a try.
World records vary, explained Scott
Patterson, a division manager for Twin
Galaxies. S
The kicker was that there wasn't yet
a record for the PlayStation 3 version
of Fifa's latest game. A Cano win on
the hardest setting would give him the
first record.
Cano's Real Madrid team scored as
he inched closer to a world record. But
the computer wasn't done. It scored
once more in the closing minutes to
take a 2-1 win. All Cano, an avid soc-
cer fan, could do was shake his head.
"Fifa's my game," he said.
The challenge of being first to do
something drew Cano.
"Any time I have the opportunity to
leave a lasting mark on something, I'm
going to be there," Cano said.
Patterson is hoping to see a couple
records set this weekend. Even better
to him is the possibility that someone
sets a record only to see another player
break it. That's how rivalries start, and
they can be very good for the industry.
But he would love top see it happen
here, at the Video Game Capital of the
World.
Matt Milner writes for the Ottumwa
(Iowa) Courier


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Jill Cataldo saves hundreds on groceries by making the most

of the common coupon. You can, too. Here's how.


Can stores invent coupon rules?


By
Jill Cataldo


Q: "Our grocery store will not double coupons
until a shopper has purchased items totaling $25.
They will only double six coupons. Is the store
allowed to set its own rules?"
A: We've visited the topic of stores' coupon
policies many times in this column, and it may
surprise you that the answer to your question is Yes.
A store can absolutely choose to require a certain
amount of spending before it doubles coupons, or
limit the number of coupons it will double or choose
not to double coupons at all. A store can choose to
accept competitors' coupons or turn them down. It
can even choose not to accept any manufacturer
coupons at all.
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enticing customers to shop there versus a competitor.
So why might a store implement a policy like this?
Remember, when a store doubles coupons, it also
"eats" the cost of doubling. If a store doubles a 50-
cent coupon to $1, they're willingly giving up 50
cents of profit as an incentive to get you to shop in
their store. In limiting the number of coupons
doubled per transaction, the store is also reducing the
loss it will take on the coupons it accepts.
No major supermarket in my area doubles
coupons. The closest grocery stores that offer double
coupons are more than 40 minutes' drive from my
house. With three major supermarkets just five
minutes away from my door, it's not terribly
practical to drive further to enjoy some coupon
doubling. But occasionally if I'm in the area, I
absolutely stop and shop. These not-so-near-me
supermarkets will only double two like coupons per
transaction. But, if I plan to use two coupons for
detergent, two for salad dressing, two for shredded
cheese, and so on, I can still put a nice trip together
and maximize my doubling, even with the
restrictions.
As for your store's $25 minimum purchase, again,
the store is ensuring that customers won't come in
and just "skim" the best sales at the store. As an
extreme example, a shopper could buy 100 items
priced at $1 each, use 100 50-cent coupons - which,
doubled, make those items free - and walk out of the
store paying only tax.
While this sounds like fun for shoppers, it's not as
much fun for the store if they take a financial loss on
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those items. In requiring a $25 minimum purchase,
the store ensures that it will get at least that amount
spent in the store, pre-coupon.
This isn't an uncommon practice, by the way. One
supermarket in my area offers great store coupons in
its flyer each week. Because they're store coupons, I
can stack manufacturer coupons with them and really
bring down the prices of the featured items. For
example, a recent flyer offered a store coupon
reducing the price of a bottle of laundry detergent to
$2.99. I also had a $3 manufacturer coupon for the
detergent; stacked with the $2.99 store coupon, my
detergent was free! But in order to use that great
coupon, or any of the store coupons in the weekly ad,
I also need to spend a minimum of $10 in the store.
Again, while this may seem slightly frustrating, if
enough of those store coupons bring prices down into
the great-deal range, the $10 minimum doesn't seem
too bad to me. If I buy milk, produce and a few other
items, I'm usually over the $10 mark and can enjoy
getting the coupon items at bargain prices.
As always, check with your store to learn exactly
what their coupon policy states regarding the terms
of coupon use at that chain or location.

(c) CTW Features
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"Miles of Styles" Hair
and Fashion Show
Many barbers and hair stylists from the
local and surrounding areas will be
showcasing the hottest hair trends and the
latest fashions for all ages.
The event was scheduled for Saturday,
August 7, 2010 at 7 p.m. at the Historic
Douglas Center gym. THE EVENT HAS
BEEN POSTPONED.
For more information contact: Calvin
Sneed at 386-590-6881.

Hatch Bend Baptist
Church Homecoming
Hatch Bend Baptist Church will host their
annual Homecoming services on Sunday,
Sept. 12, 2010. Sunday School 9:45-
10:30, worship to begin at 10:45 with
singing. Guest singer with be Gail Moore
and speaker will be Rev. Bruce Sullivan.
There will also be singing from several
church members. Lunch will follow in the
fellowship hall. Bring a covered dish and
join us in worship, food and fellowship.
No evening service. For more information
call Bro. Paul Coleman at the church, 935-
0943.

First Baptist Church
of Live Oak to hold
weekly grief recovery
support group
First Baptist Church of Live Oak, FL will
begin holding a weekly grief recovery
support group. GriefShare is a non-
denominational Biblically based 13 week
program for people who are struggling
with losing a loved one in death. People
can enter at any point in the 13 weeks. It
will be held at 6 pm on Wednesdays. First
Baptist Church is located at 401 W.
Howard in Live Oak. For more
information, people may call 386-362-
1583 or find us on the web at
www.fbcliveoak.org.

Vivid Visions
Yard Sale
The Vivid Visions yard sale will be held
Saturday, August 21, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at our
administration office located at 1227
Houston Ave. N. Live Oak, Fla. For more


information call 386-364-5957.

NAACP Election
Presentation
The Live Oak Branch #5137, of the
National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP) will have its
regular monthly meeting on August 19,
2010 at 7 p.m. at New Greater Bethel
AME Church. A PowerPoint presentation
will be presented on the election process
for the "2010 Bi Annual Election" that
will take place on Nov. 18, 2010. All
members are urged to attend.

Revelation Message
Bible College
Jacksonville Theological Seminary -
Equipping the people of God for ministry.
Fully accredited with degrees from AA to
Doctorate. Located on the corner of
Walker Avenue and Duval Street, Live
Oak, Fl Every third Saturday at 5:30 p.m.
Orientation August 21, at 5:30 p.m.

Ranchettes Vol.
Fire Department
pancake fundraiser
O'Brien Station
When: Saturday, August 14, from 7 a.m. -
10 a.m.
Where: O'Brien Station 42 at 10121 N.
CR 349, O'Brien, Fla.
2 pancakes, 2 sausage, orange juice or tea
or hot cocoa, $3 per plate.
Funds will be used to purchase equipment
and maintenance.

Happy Days
are here again
The Suwannee County Animal Control
Shelter has received a $20,000 grant from
Florida Animal Friend to help spay or
neuter the pets of low income families in
Suwannee County. This grant is funded
through sales of the official Florida
Animal Friend Spay and Neuter License
Plate.
Applications can be picked up at
participating local veterinarian offices and
at the shelter, 11150 144th Street,
McAlpin, Fl. There is a co-pay and that
will be determined according to your
income. For further information please


call the shelter at 386-208-0072.

SHS Class of 1970 -
40 year reunion planned
The SHS Class of 1970 is planning their
40 year reunion on Oct 23, 2010. If you
were a member ,had a child, sibling or
relative in this graduating class, please
email your name (maiden & married),
address, phone number & email address to
suwanneehigh1970@gmail.com .Please
join our Facebook page, Suwannee High
Class of 1970 40 Year Class Reunion to
see information and updates.

Suwannee High Class
of 1990
The Suwannee High Class of 1990 20th
reunion will be held on October 22, 2010
and Oct. 23, 2010. The cost will be
$35/graduate and $10/spouse or additional
guests. If you were a member of the
graduating class and are planning to attend
or would like more information, please
email your name, address, phone number
to Melissa (Kennedy) McKire at
mckire4@windstream.net or Amy Tucker
Bauldree at(352)231-2683/(386)776-1904.
You can also visit our class website at
shs 1990.webs.com.
We will be having a class meeting on
Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at
Florida Wholesale Homes on 90. We look
forward to seeing you there or
hearing from you.

Ebenezer celebrates
Family and Friends
Day
Ebenezer AME church will be celebrating
its "Annual Family & Friends Day" on
August 22, 2010 at 4 p.m. Bishop Ronald
B. Lumpkin, pastor of Love Ministry is
the speaker. Bishop Lumpkin is an
extremely informative Christian teacher
and preacher; so we invite the public to
come and hear him expound upon the
Word of God.
Rev. Charles Graham, pastor

Looking for
classmates of
Class of 1959
Would like to contact any classmates
from the Class of 1959 (in the event of
upcoming reunions, etc.) Contact Joyce
Parker at 407-886-0601 or write to:
Joyce Parker, 4039 Visa Lane, Apopka,
Fl 32703.


Haven Hospice hosts
Helping Hands
Volunteer Orientation
When: Every Tuesday morning at 10
a.m.
Where: Haven Hospice Suwannee
Valley Care Center, 6037 W. U.S. Hwy
90, Lake City, Fl,
Carolyn Long at 386-752-9191 for more
information.

New Volunteer
Orientation


Florida Guardian
Ad Litem Program
How is your voice? Learn how to be the
voice for a child who has been
abandoned, neglected or abused. No
previous experience required. You can
make an enormous difference in the life
of a child. Training i FREE!
Join our team of dedicated volunteers
today. Call (386) 364-7720, ext. 103 for
more information.
Suwannee County, Hamilton County,
Lafayette County, Taylor County -
Monday, August 16, 2010 10 a.m. - 12
p.m. or 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Live Oak
Guardian ad Litem office.
Columbia County - Wednesday, August
18, 2010, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. or 6 p.m. - 8
p.m. Lake City Guardian ad Litem
Office.
Madison County - Friday, August 20,
2010, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Madison County
Public Library

New Commander
Post #107
New Commander Post #107 American
Legion is Richard (Dick) Lees Sr. Home
phone: 386-364-8331 Post 386-362-
5987.

TOPS weigh-loss
support available
locally
(It's now your time)
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is an
effective weight-loss solution that yields
real results. With the average waistline
of North Americans growing at the same
time prices continue to rise, people are
looking for cost effect weight-loss
support that works. That annual TOPS
membership fee is only $26 making
TOPS one of the most affordable
options available. Monthly dues are $5.
Visitors are welcome to attend their first
TOPS meeting free of charge. TOPS FL
798 meets at Live Oak Community
Church of God 10639 US 129 South
every Wednesday morning with weigh in
beginning at 7:45 a.m., meeting begins
at 9 a.m. through 10 a.m. For more
information call Barbara at (386) 362-
5933. It's never too late to start losing
those unwanted pounds.

Anna Miller Circle
Seventh Annual
Fishing Tournament
The Anna Miller Circle of Live Oak
Elks Lodge 1165 will sponsor its
Seventh Annual Fishing Tournament in
Steinhatchee, Saturday, September 18, at
River Haven Marina. Entry Fee is $30
per person. Weigh-in from 1-4 p.m.
Prizes total $1,500, plus free drawings
and give-a-ways. New children's
category added: $10 entry fee (10 &
under) with a special prize. Boat rental
and lodging available at local marinas.
Info/entry forms: Terri Johnson 386-
776-2508, or River Haven Marina &
Motel, 352-498-0709.
Thank you for your assistance in


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Men and Women of God
You are Invited to Join Us
FREE CONFERENCE: LUNCH PROVIDED


Theme: ACCEPTING GOD'S LOVE
Have you been feeling alone and rejected?
Are things going on in your life that seem Difficult?
There is hope.
Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.
Location: Suwannee Golf and Country Club,
7932 US 90, Live Oak, FL 32064


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Special Speaker:
Pastor Charm Greene
Pastor Charm prophetically teaches
God's word. She operates in the gifts of
healing with His Virtue flowing through
her and many have been healed By God.
She is the founder of New Beginnings of
Life Church in Lake City, FL


Conference Host: Linda Walker
Women of God Ministries in Christ, Inc.
Mail to: 184 SW Windswept Glen, Lake City, FL 32024
For more information:
386-755-3678; 386-418-8881
wogmicliberty@windstream.net;
wogmic@comcast.net
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ELDER: Will cook, clean, etc.
Experience and Good
References.
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Help Wanted
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ARMED COURIER
PART-TIME
First Federal Bank of Florida has
a position open for a part-time
Armed Courier. Hours will be 15-
20 weekly. Responsibilities
include transporting deliveries
and providing armed security.
Preferred applicants will have D
and G security licenses issued
by the State of Florida. You may
pick up an application at any
First Federal Branch and mail to
PO. Box 2029, Lake City, FL
32056 or e-mail resume to
Turbeville.J@ffsb.com. Equal
Employment Opportunity
Employer.
CDL DRIVERS NEEDED for
over the road flatbed positions.
Minimum of 2 years experience,
clean CDL, flatbed experience
preferred. Driver's home every
weekend during seasonal freight,
every 10-15 days during off
season. Late model Preterbilts
and Freightliners. Average
salary $50K to $60K. Call 386-
590-1980 or 386-776-1857.
The Third Judicial Circuit
currently has the following
positions available:
-COURT PROGRAM
SPECIALIST II, Lake City
(Family Court Case
Manager)
-USER SUPPORT ANALYST,
Lake City
-OPS COURT PROGRAM
SPECIALIST I, Live Oak
(Foreclosure Case Manager)
*OPS SECRETARY, Live Oak
Positions serve Columbia,
Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette,
Madison, Suwannee, and
Taylor Counties. For more
information go to:
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LIBRARY AIDE II
LIVE OAK LIBRARY
LIVE OAK, FL
SUWANNEE COUNTY is
seeking applicants for the
position of Library Aide II at
the Live Oak Library, Live Oak,
FL. This regular full-time
position in a regional library
system requires strong
interpersonal, organizational,
and communicative skills.
Proven experience with
computer software and
knowledge of the Internet is
required. Duties include
circulation clerical functions, a
variety of technical library
assignments, and service to
the public. Position requires
graduation from a standard
high school supplemented by
some training beyond high
school in library science or
related fields, or any
equivalent combination of
training and experience.
Salary range is $7.25 to
$13.67 per hour based on
qualifications and experience.
Retirement, insurance, paid
holidays, annual and sick
leave benefits are included.
Applicants are encouraged to
submit resumes, letters of
reference, or other
biographical information with
their applications.
Applications are available at
the Suwannee County
Administrative Services
Department, 224 Pine Ave.,
Live Oak, FL 32064 386/362-
6869. This position is open
until filled.
The Suwannee County Board
of County Commissioners is
an equal employment
opportunity employer that
does not discriminate against
any qualified employee or
applicant because of race,
color, national origin, sex,
including pregnancy, age,
disability, or marital status.
Spanish speaking individuals
are encouraged to apply.
"Successful completion of a
drug test is a condition of
employment." EEO/AA/V/D.




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ENGINEER
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engineering through service in
the National Guard. A part
time career with full time
rewards.
Call today for details.
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housekeeping, references
required. Room, board, small
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CUSTOMER SERVICE REP.
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CSR position open. Motivated
and reliable. Communication
skills and computer knowledge
necessary. Must have 4-40
license or be willing to obtain.
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promoting this tournament so the Anna Miller Circle can
continue to supports the special need children and the
elderly in our local nursing homes.

Donate your old cars
Now that spring has arrived, people may be thinking of
donating their old cars as part of a clean up. The Boys
and Girls Clubs would be happy to take their old cars.
People donating to the Clubs will not only get rid of the
unwanted car but will be contributing to the clubs. Boys
and Girls Clubs really work with kids in most
communities and offer a safe place for them. If you wish
to donate a car, call 800-246-0493. Not only will donators
be helping the kids, the will be able to take sale price as a
contribution for income tax purposes.

Talent Search
Do you sing or play and instrument? Do you act or
dance? Do you like to read or spend time with a friend in
wonderful conversation? WE WANT YOU! Suwannee
Health Care & Rehab Center is looking for your talent for
our residents. Dinner for two - $45; One night at the
Beach - $125; One hour volunteering to make memories
that last forever - PRICELESS! Call: Lynn Brannon,
Activities Director 386-362-7860 or 386-590-2961.


Head Start/Early Head Start

early enrollment
Suwannee Valley 4Cs Head Start/Early Head Start is
accepting applications for children from birth to age 5.
Head Start/Early Head Start is a FREE comprehensive
early childhood education program that includes health,
dental, nutrition and VPK services to eligible
children/families. Centers are located in Suwannee,
Hamilton, Lafayette and Columbia counties. Parents
bring proof of income and childis age to register.
For more information call 386-754-2222.

Customers needed!
Dairy Queen of Live Oak will host Dairy Queen Benefit
Night the second Tuesday of every month from 6-8 p.m.
to help buy books for Suwannee Middle School.

Donations needed!
Suwannee County Environmental Watchdogs, a non-
profit organization, seeks donations for yard sale
merchandise. Info: Sandy, 386-364-8020.

CJBAT tests
Monday - Thursday

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MANAGER
The Valdosta Daily Times
Valdosta, GA
The Valdosta Daily Times, a
seven-day per week ABC
audited newspaper with a
Sunday peak distribution of
19,000 that services a seven-
county area in Southern
Georgia, is seeking an
innovative, experienced,
circulation professional who
can lead the circulation team.
Candidates must possess
strong, organizational and
communication skills along
with the leadership needed to
guide, train and motivate staff
to achieve a standard better
than best. The Circulation
Sales Manager will lead a staff
of ten employees split
between the circulation
service and sales department
and the distribution operation.
The Circulation Sales
Manager is responsible for the
preparation and
implementation of sales and
distribution strategies to
achieve circulation growth at
The Valdosta Daily Times. This
candidate will direct the
preparation and execution of
circulation marketing plans,
promotional plans and
operating patterns and
budgets. They will establish
and implement policies,
programs and procedures
resulting in improved
productivity, cost-effective
departmental operations, and
maintenance of marketing
data base (Newzware). They
will be responsible of
developing and coordinating
new sales programs to
increase and retain home
delivery circulation, single
copy sales and NIE programs.
The Valdosta Daily Times is
the hub of the South Georgia
Media Group and circulation
provides administrative back
up and logistical support to six
other newspaper operations.
Circulation and distribution
support the South Georgia
Printing Press Facility
(commercial and in house)
and extensive knowledge of
Post office commercial
mailing, bulk, saturation and
per piece regulations is
required.
The Circulation Sales
Manager is an essential
member of the senior
management team including a
productive culture based on
teamwork between all
departments. This person will
need to be a proven leader
with exceptional leadership,
organizational and
management skills.
Qualified candidates will have
management experience in
circulation, organizational and
interpersonal skills with an
emphasis on customer service
and an ability to manage
multiple ongoing projects.
Interested individuals should
send a resume and salary
requirements to:
Regional Director of
Circulation
Mid South Division
c/o The Valdosta Daily Times
PO Box 968
Valdosta, GA 31603
or e-mail to:
circ.application @gaflnews.co
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Lost & Found
FOUND BASSET/BLACK LAB
PUPPIES: 5-6 mo old 2Females.
Found near 349 & 252. Please
call 386-776-1986
FOUND TERRIER MIX: White
w/Brown Ears, Brown Spot on
back & side. Very Friendly, Older
Male. Found off Market Rd/216th
St near CR 137. 386-330-6705.
LOST LONG HAIR
DACHSHUND: Lost at Little
River 8/3. Male, Brownish White,
tail is broken. 386-344-9993

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Child Care
NOW OPEN KID KONNECT
DAYCARE CENTER: Dowling
Park Church of God, CR 250
386-658-3151 or 386-249-1499
Education

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Don't want to wait?
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offering our quality Exam Prep
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SALE: Ready 8/23 $500.
WWKC Registered. Call
Grooming By Sabrina 386-590-
6999
Educational
AIRLINE MECHANIC - Train for
high paying Aviation Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified - Job
placement assistance. Call
Aviation Institute of Maintenance
866-314-6283
AVIATION MAINTENANCE /
AVIONICSGraduate in 14
Months. FAA Approved;
financial aid if qualified. Job
placement assistance. Call
National Aviation Academy
Today! 1-800-659-2080 or
NAA.edu
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Fast Affordable & Accredited
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800-470-4723
HEAT & AIR JOBS - Stimulus
program puts HVAC jobs in high
demand! Get trained and
certified. 3 week accelerated
program. Local Job Placement
Assistance! 1-877-994-9904

Furniture
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Furniture up to 70% Off. 10,000
Credit Line, No Credit Check.
Instant Approval Delivery
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www.greatestfurniture.com
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Misc. Merchandise
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W/PADDING. Like New, enough
for 21 foot X 21 foot room. $350
Call 386-658-2551
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTERS,
NEW KITCHEN & BATH
CABINETS, BOOKCASES,
HOPE CHEST, CUSTOM
CLOSET UNITS, & MORE!!
I can build it the way you want!
V & K Cabinets 229-242-
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If no answer please Iv. msg.
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direct from manufacturer. 20
colors in stock with trim & access.
4 profiles in 26 ga. panels.
Carports, horse barns, shop
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Dear Classified Guys:
My wife and I are having our old
drafty windows replaced. The con-
tactor told us about a coating that
can be applied to the outside of the
windows to make them self-cleaning.
My wife thought it was a great idea
since she cleans them once a month.
I suggested it would be cheaper to
get a new bottle of Windex�. That
comment landed me in the /,
doghouse. Do you guys __
know anything about this ,
coating? And any ideas how
to get out of the doghouse?

Cash: I'm not sure there's any advice
that will get you out of trouble, but you
may ask the contractor to spruce up
your doghouse for the future. It sounds
like it could be your second home.
Carry: As a fellow "married guy", I
have to agree. After a comment like
that, you're lucky she didn't actually
throw you out the window!
Cash: Choosing your new windows
can be a difficult task. There are a lot
of options. Between wood, aluminum,
vinyl, fiberglass, Argon or Krypton
filled, low-E and so on, it's enough to
make you scrap the project and just put
on a sweater.
Carry: I replaced the windows in my


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home and they came with a great
option. They tilt inward for easy clean-
ing. However, the only time I use the
tilt is to show visitors the cool feature.
As for cleaning, I just hope for a good
rainstorm.
Cash: Ironically that's part of the
principle behind the self-cleaning win-
dows. A company called I ..
developed a coating called Activr that
can be applied to the exterior of a win-
dow. The glass is coated with titanium
dioxide which, when exposed to the
sun, breaks down dirt into carbon diox-
ide and water vapor. Then when it
rains, water runs down the window in a


continuous sheet instead of as water
droplets, washing away dirt particles.
The glass should dry very quickly to
keep "drying spots" from forming.
Carry: One cosmetic difference is
that at certain angles the window can
have a slight mirror effect and a faint
blue tint. Hold on to your Windex�
though. The coating does come at a
price. It could add about 20% more to
the cost of your windows.
Cash: If you don't want to spend the
money, you may want to get out the
garden hose. Just be sure to avoid mak-
ing a common mistake and close the
windows first!


Energy Loss
Every year, up to 15% of your ener-
gy bill could be going out your old
windows, doors or skylights accord-
ing to ENERGY STAR. They claim
the U.S. could save $134 billion over
the next 15 years if all residential
windows were replaced with models
qualifying for the ENERGY STAR
label. On average, windows manu-
factured today are twice as efficient as
windows made 10-15 years ago.
Window of Opportunity
Shopping for new windows? Look
for a label from the NFRC (National
Fenestration Rating Council). This
information lists the independent
energy performance ratings: U-fac-
tor and SHGC (Solar Heat Gain
Coefficient). The U-factor is the heat
transfer through the window. A
lower U-factor means less heat loss.
SHGC defines how much heat your
house gains from the sun.
Northerners require a higher SHGC
to absorb more solar heat. The hot
sunny South, on the other hand, may
want a lower SHGC.

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Extended Coverage
I have been selling replacement
windows for years. Occasionally I
meet someone who really tests my
salesmanship.
An older woman called and want-
ed to discuss window options for her
home. She told me that at 90 years
old she could not take the draft of her
old windows any longer.
I spent an hour answering her
questions on everything from price to
installation, but she wasn't ready to
buy. As a last resort, I tried explain-
ing the windows warranty. "The
manufacturer guarantees these win-
dows for life," I explained.
My efforts fell short. "I'm 90 years
old," she laughed. "That's not much
of a guarantee."
(Thanks to Benny K.)



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Garage/Yard Sales

FALL
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YARD SALE
Saturday, Oct. 2nd
7 am - 12 pm

Lowndes Co.
Civic Center
(Fairgrounds, Hwy. 84 E.)
Earn some holiday cash!
Clean out your closets!
Empty your cabinets!
Reclaim your garage!
Join us for a great day
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BOOTH SPACES
AVAILABLE!
Inside spaces - $35 ea.
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Spaces are limited,
so act quickly!
Call the
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229-244-1880
229-244-3400
1-800-600-4838
or come by
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DAILY
TIMES
201 N. Troup St.
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and more.




MERCURISER ENGINE
& DRIVE PACKAGE 2008
4.3L, 190hp w/ 1.62 to 1 Alpha
Outdrive. Includes Transom
Assy plus Trim Pump. Low hrs.
Looks Like New.
Package Costs $8000 New.
Asking $3,800 ned.
Motor is Located in Lowndes
Co. Call 1-904-838-7676


Campers/RV/Sales
COACHMAN 2006 MIRADA 33
FT. 2 Slides, 8,000 miles
$65,000 Sleeps 6, Full Kitchen,
Bath w/Shower. 386-362-3703
Sporting Goods
FirstDay
PRO-SUN TANNING BED
$1200, NORDIC TRAK
TREADMILL Model 2150 $800,,
Elipitical Exercise Machine $200.
386-688-0779

Apartments for Rent




PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
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newspaper is subject to the Fai
Housing Act which makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limi
station or discrimination based or
race, color, religion, sex, disabili
ty, familial status or national ori
gin, or an intention, to make anm
such preference, limitation anm
discrimination." Familial status in
cludes children under the age o
18 living with parents or legal cus
todians, pregnant women an'
people securing custody of chil
dren under 18.
This newspaper will not know
ingly accept any advertising fo
real estate which is in violation o
the law. Our readers are hereb'
informed that all dwellings adver
tised in this newspaper are availa
ble on an equal opportunity basis
To complain of discrimination cal
HUD toll-free 1-800-669-9777
The toll-free number for the hear
ing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

Houses for Rent
BRICK HOME/ 4 ACRES/
CLOSE TO TOWN. Long term
Renter Wanted, NO Pets, Lawn
Care Included. "F/US" 386-590-
3075 or 386-362-3673
HOUSE 2Bd/1.5 Ba 1500 sq ft.
1 Bedroom is Loft. Dock avail, on
Suwannee River 10 Acres.
Lease, $1500 mo, 1st & Last.
Avail 8/15. 803-206-7735
FirstDay
HOUSE 2Bd/1Ba 1 mile from
Live Oak Very Clean, W/D,
Garage, $650 mo 1st last $300
Dep. NO PETS. 386-362-3002
318-840-4802

Houses for Rent
FirstDay
HOUSE IN JASPER 2Bd/ 1Ba.
Newly renovated, 5 miles from
city limits. No Pets. $350 Deposit
& $500mo. 386-792-3214

Mobile Homes for Rent
DWMH 4Bd/2Ba $650 mo, 1st
last, $400 Sec. US 90 W of Live
Oak. Ask for LaVon 386-688-
0779
Homes for Sale
FirstDay
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ft on 1 fenced acre . 2-Out
Buildings, Front & Back Porch.
Asking $149,900, 129th Rd, Live
Oak. ForSalebyOwner.com 386-
330-0199
FirstDay
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Nominal Opening
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Live Oak, FL
1398 White Ave SE,
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Both Sell: 8:15PM Wed., Aug.
25 at 1593 NW Nash Rd, Lake
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Mobile Homes for Sale
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CHEAP Call Steve 386-365-
8549


Mobile Homes for Sale
FirstDay
HANDYMAN SPECIAL 5
ACRES 24X56 DWMH,
gorgeous oak shaded home
sight. Just off CR 49, needs
interior remodel. Owner
Financing NO DOWN PAYMENT.
$69,900 $719/mo 352-215-
1018
I HAVE A BEAUTIFUL 32X80
2001 HOME ON 1 ACRE: Fully
fenced nice neighborhood, close
to town & school. Would love to
show it to you! 386-365-4774
LAND HOME PACKAGES:
Columbia & Suwannee County.
possible owner Finance. Some
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Loans.
386-344-5024 or
lugermom@yahoo.com
NEW HOME 32X36 CASH
PRICE $29,900. Called Little
Giant, a must see at this price
call Mike at 386-623-4218
OWN YOUR LAND? Use it as
down payment on a new home.
Call Nathan Welsh 386-623-
7495 or email me t
nathan.a.welsh@gmail.com

FirstDay
SWMH 1993 14X46 2Bd/1Ba in
Hunting Camp between Mayo &
Steinhatchee, off SR 51. CHA,
Porches, Well Water on 3/4 Acre.
$19,000 OBO 352-424-0185


Acreage/Land/Lots for
Sale
FirstDay
11 ACRES NO INTEREST :
Cleared Land on SR 51, 8 mi to
Live Oak, 45 minutes to the Gulf.
$45k Down, $600 mo for 5 years,
$8k per Acre. 386-776-1668
FirstDay
FIVE ACRES DOWLING PARK,
Well, Septic, Power, Paved Rd
frontage. Owner Financing, NO
DOWN $64,900 $570/mo 352-
215-1018
FirstDay
FOUR ACRES
O'BRIEN/MCALPIN AREA
Beautiful Secluded Country
Setting. High & Dry. Owner
Financing NO DOWN $34,900
$359/mo 352-215-1018

Autos for Sale
LINCOLN 1995 MARK VIII.
Looks nice runs excellent. It will
need some transmission work.
$1200 Book value $2500 &
Up.IceColdA/C 386-776-1474

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LEATHER LIVING ROOM SET.In
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CHERRY BEDROOM SET.Solid Wood,
never used, brand new in factory boxes.
English Dovetail. Original cost $4500.
Sell for $895. Can deliver. Call Tom
(954)302-2423

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

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

TABE tests
Monday - Thursday
Monday - Thursday at 5 p.m. (by appointment): TABE
(Test of Adult Basic Education) at NFCC Testing Center
(Bldg. #16), Madison. TABE is required for acceptance
into vocational/technical programs. Photo ID required.
Pre-registration & scheduling time & date are required.
To register please call 850-973-9451.

Greater Visions Support Group
Addiction Support Group: Greater Visions faith-based
addictions support group meets at the Grace Manor
Restaurant. Meetings are held on Thursday mornings at
9:30 a.m. This group provides spiritual and emotional
support in a non-judgmental setting. Come experience the
freedom from addictions that is found in Christ. Greater
Visions is an outreach of Christ Central-Live Oak. For
more information contact 208-1345.


Outgrow Your
Wheels?


Suwannee County Republican
Executive Committee to meet
The Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee
meets in the council chambers of Live Oak City Hall at 7
p.m. on the first Thursday of the month. If the first
Thursday is the first day of the month, the meeting will
be held on the following Thursday. Each meeting has a
guest speaker or current issues will be discussed. All are
welcome to attend. For more information call Chairman
Carl Meece at 386-776-1444.
Legislative candidate to speak
at Republican meeting
The Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee
meets at Live Oak City Hall, in the Council Chambers, at
7 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month. If the first
Thursday is the first day of the month, then the meeting
will be on the following Thursday. Each meeting has a
guest speaker or there will be current issues brought up
for discussion. All are welcome to attend.
For more information, call Chairman Carl Meece, 386-
776-1444.
Branford TOPS meeting
changes locations
We now meet every Tuesday at L & M Scrapbooking
located at 105 SW Suwannee Ave. in Branford. Weigh-in
begins at 4:30 p.m. Meeting starts at 5. For more
information please contact Donna Hardin at 386-590-
2333. "Take Off Pounds Sensibly."
SREC seeking location
in Branford
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., a non-profit


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organization is seeking a location in the Branford area
that could be used to serve meals to persons 60 years of
age or older.
Any business, organization or church that has space
available and would be interested in assisting in this much
needed service to the elderly population of Branford,
should contact Bruce Evans, Senior Center Director, at
362-1164 or Janis Owen, Director of Client Services, at
362-4115, ext. 240.
Love a mystery?
Try locating your ancestors by working on your family
tree. The Suwannee Valley GCciic.il-, Society invites
you to join and learn how to find your ancestors.
Membership is $30 for a single member or $35 for a
family. Corporate membership is also available for
donations of $100 or more (tax deductible). Meetings are
held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at
the Gc,ci.ii ,.-, Center at 215 Wilbur Street SW in Live
Oak. The library is open on Tuesday and Thursday from
9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and the talented folks there will be
glad to help. For more information call Jinnie or Alice at
386-330-0110.
Rocky Sink Baptist
Rocky Sink Baptist would like to invite all to come meet
their pastor Robert Carter.
8422 169th RD. Live Oak, FL.
Live Oak Partnership meeting
schedule changes
The Live Oak Partnership Revitalization Board will meet
on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 3:30 p.m.
The meetings will be held at the Live Oak City Hall
complex. Unless otherwise noted, these meetings will be
held in the City Hall Annex building, east of the main
City Hall office.
MOAA meets fourth Thursdays
MOAA (Military Officers Association of America,
Suwannee River Valley Chapter) meets fourth Thursday,
6:30 p.m., Elks Club, Lake City for dinner and program.
Info: Steve Casto 386-497-2986.
Free English-speaking
and literacy classes
Provided by Columbia County School Districtis Career
and Adult Education Program
Where: Wellborn, Florida, Unity of God Ministries, Inc.,
12270 County Road 137
When: Every Thursday, 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.
Activities for children will be provided.
Please contact 386-755-8190 for additional information.
Suwannee High Class of 1980
The Suwannee High Class of 1980 is planning their 30
year class reunion. If you were a member, had a child,


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sibling or relative as part of the graduating class, please
email your name (maiden and married), address, phone
number and email address to shsclassl980@yahoo.com.
Or call 386-362-6309 to leave a message. We look
forward to hearing from you and seeing you at the
reunion.

Class of 1971 reunion planned
The class of 1971 is preparing for our 40th class reunion.
We are searching for addresses and emails of all
classmates. If you are a parent, grandparent, or sibling of
a former classmate and can help us with this task you are
asked to please contact suwanneeclassreunion @
ymail.com or call 386-362-3895 and leave a message.
Anyone who would like to help on the planning
committee is more than welcome. We look forward to


hearing from all our classmates.

Senior Citizen Club
Madison Travel & Tours
Oct. 14-26
Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon - 13 days, 12 nights
Oct. 14-26, 2010. Total Cost $1220. Final payment due
by 8/8/2010. For more information contact Charlene and
Walter Howell (386) 842-2241.

Senior Citizen Club
Madison Travel & Tours
Dec. 6-10
Smoky Mountains "Show Trip" 5 days, 4 nights Dec. 6-
10, 2010. Total Cost $490. Final payment due by 9/30/10.
For more information contact Charlene and Walter
Howell (386) 842-2241.


Gospel Sing at River Run
Campground
There will be a Gospel sing at River Run Campground,
located between Branford and Ft. White, the last Friday
of each month, starting at 6 p.m. April through October.
It will be held in an open air pavilion. We ask that you
bring your own lawn chair. There is a concession stand
that will be selling food.
If you play or sing, you are welcome to join in.
For more information call 386-935-6553.

Senior Citizens Meeting
There will be a Senior Citizens meeting on the first
Monday of the month. The September meeting will be
held on Sept. 13, at 10:30 (due to Labor Day holiday) at
the Coliseum. Call 362-1187 for information.


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* Over 275 Pre-Priced Labels
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like we were not doing something to help
them prevent it."
And more so than any other health issue,
obesity is a family issue, not a child-only
problem, Silverstein says.
"If you just target the children you can
make an impact, much as the tobacco initia-
tive made an impact," Silverstein says. "But
the parents are still the ones who cook,
they're still the ones who go shopping.
"They say food is addicting. Most addic-
tions you get rid of by not using them, like
cigarettes or recreational drugs. With food,
you can't stop eating."

The Solution?
When Carter noticed Kimberly was gain-
ing weight, she advised Susie Miller on
some simple ways her family could help the
girl lose weight, namely cutting back on the
sodas and taking family walks or jumping
rope.
As simple as it sounds, this advice is ac-
tually the first line of defense for preventing
obesity and complications like type 2 dia-
betes before they occur, Silverstein says.
Unfortunately, that advice isn't always
given or taken, she says. One of Huerta's


studies is actually trying to find the best
way to help kids lose weight and prevent
type 2 diabetes and heart disease. She is
comparing three groups of kids between 10
and 17: children who receive advice about
diet and exercise, children who receive the
drug metformin and children who take part
in group treatment with their parents. The
group teaches families a healthy lifestyle
program, a modified version of the program
Janicke uses in his own study, that covers
everything from healthy cooking to helping
parents motivate and support their children.
"It's really nice to see the families start
helping each other," Huerta says. "We have
some families where the parents are making
more progress than the kids, but it helps.
Even if the child is not engaged, if the par-
ent is changing the environment, making it
healthier, it's making it easier for the child."
The program is easy for families to learn
because it uses the sii ,plhil" method for
selecting food. Foods are divided into cate-
gories based on fat content. For example,
green for broccoli or apples, yellow for lean
meats and red for more fattening foods such
as pizza or a hamburger. During the pro-
gram, counselors work with children and
families on individual goals and encourage
them to cut back on the number of red


foods they eat.
"The last thing you want to do is badger
kids into making changes," says Janicke,
whose study with families in rural areas ex-
amines whether including both the parent
and child in group treatment leads to more
changes in the child's diet and exercise
habits compared to working only with par-
ents. "This is something that's going to take
a long time. We don't want to push dramat-
ic, large-scale changes all at once because
those things don't last and kids resist. We
want parents to really be positive and work
with kids and meet them where they are."
Silverstein has other goals she's been
thinking about for a while too. She'd like to
start retreats similar to the ones held for
children with type 1 diabetes to help fami-
lies battle obesity. As part of a group that
recently helped improve nutritional stan-
dards in local schools, Silverstein is in-
volved in a new group that wants to contin-
ue to help school wellness committees with
programs aimed at keeping kids healthy.
The group also wants to work with other lo-
cal agencies to establish afterschool pro-
grams that get kids off the couch.
"Inactivity is a huge piece of the puzzle,"
Silverstein says. "You can't do it with food
alone."


But UF researchers aren't solely focused
on helping children. Other UF researchers
are trying to find ways to prevent obesity
and battle it in people who are genetically
predisposed to it, like those who have Prad-
er-Willi syndrome or early-onset morbid
obesity.
Carrie Haskell-Luevano, Ph.D., an asso-
ciate professor of medicinal chemistry in
the College of Pharmacy, is working on dis-
covering what causes a gene to go awry in
about 6 percent of morbidly obese adults
and children that prevents them from ever
feeling full. A study she and others in her
lab completed last year shows that muta-
tions of the melanocortin-4 receptor, a gene
in brain cells that plays a role in regulating
hunger, cause it to miss signals that tell the
body to stop eating. This discovery placed
scientists a step closer to finding a treatment
for this defect.
"If I can help improve the quality of life
for people, especially for kids, then it's real-
ly exciting," Haskell-Luevano says. "That's
what we're trying to work on."
Kimberly's main motivation to stick with
the changes has actually been her clothes,
her mother added. As her waistline shrinks,
her wardrobe expands; she can now fit into
a lot of her old clothes.


Don't Let Disabilities Get in the Way of Getting the Job


By Valerie Lipow, Monster C. -mi, i-nir. Writer

If you have a disability, you know it will more than
likely affect a potential employer's attitude toward you.
Even if your condition has no bearing on your ability to
do the job, most employers will have some concerns. It's
up to you to show employers that, despite your disability,
you're the best person for the position. Here are 10 tips
to keep in mind when searching for work:

1. Use a Variety of Job-Seeking Techniques

These include personal contacts, classified ads, cam-
pus job-placement services, job-placement assistance
through disability advocacy or support groups, vocation-
al rehabilitation agencies, etc. Take advantage of the In-
ternet. When you apply for a position, stress your qualifi-
cations.

2. Do Your Homework

Research any company you're applying to. Check with
disability advocacy groups to see if the company has a
good reputation for hiring, training and promoting work-
ers with disabilities. Find out its business strengths and
weaknesses. Many corporations' Web sites provide lots


of information, including annual reports. Know how your
background and experience fit with the company's goals,
and be prepared to discuss why your strengths make you
a good candidate. More than just flattering an interview-
er, being familiar with the company shows you're moti-
vated to work there.

3. Know What Technologies Can Help You Work
Effectively

Regardless of your disabling condition, your talents
and skills may be maximized and enhanced through tech-
nology. For example, many people who use computers
do not realize there are many accommodations available
to them. Speech recognition software -- StickyKeys and
Autocorrect, for instance -- can make using a computer
easier for someone with dexterity problems. Adjusting a
monitor's resolution can make reading small print easier
for people with limited vision.

4. Decide When to Disclose Your Disability

Even though federal law states you aren't required to
reveal your disability to prospective employers unless it
relates to completing essential job functions, consider be-
ing open on this subject. If you volunteer this informa-


tion, the employer may see you as a strong and confident
person. Depending on the circumstances, you could de-
scribe your limitations in a resume, cover letter, job ap-
plication, during the interview, after you've been offered
the job or after beginning the job.

5. Make the Interview Easy for the Employer

If you are bringing an interpreter, wheelchair, guide
dog, etc., notify your interviewers so they can prepare in
advance. As needed, inquire about accessible entrances
to the building and the best route once inside to get to
your interview.

6. Role-Play

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ly, are you comfortable explaining how you will perform
the job? Try role-playing the situation with a trusted
friend or family member. Practice explaining how you
will perform your job and what accommodations, if any,
you need. Then describe how the company would benefit
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Mussels from Brussels: .




Simple, easy treat


By Scott Hutcheson
CNHI News Service
If you are a fan of action-star Jean-Claude Van Damme
the headline on this column probably caught your atten-
tion but you may have questioned my spelling abilities.
Sorry to disappoint you but I'm not writing about the
"Muscles" from Brussels but rather the delicious little
shell fish that is a culinary mainstay in Belgium as well
as the Netherlands, and France.
In these countries you most often find them served
with French fries and they can be found in all sorts of
restaurant settings from very casual to elegant.
Here in the U.S. mussels seem to be found most often
on the menus of higher-end restaurants. That, however,
wasn't always the case. During World War II they were
common diner grub because red meat was being ra-
tioned. You can now find mussels on the menus of most
seafood restaurants but they've not yet become a regular
part of most home cooks' dinner rotation.
One reason is that they are not exactly a ubiquitous
item at many grocers' fish counters. If you are in or near
a larger city, however, you can often find them at larger
supermarkets or at a fish shop. Even if your regular gro-
cery store doesn't carry them you can also make a spe-
cial request and they may be able to get some for you.
One of the reasons I like mussels is that they are so
easy to prepare. Like most quality seafood, less is more


when it comes to preparation. The classic way to make
mussels is simply to steam them for just a few minutes.
In Belgium and France the steaming liquid is usually
white wine. After steaming, some butter and herbs are
mixed into the remaining wine creating a delicious sauce
that can be poured over the mussels.
One of my favorite ways to make mussels is inspired
by another Belgium favorite - beer. Although there are
many styles of Belgian beer I like to use a wheat beer
with mussels. If an import isn't available the domestic
Blue Moon works well in this recipe. The addition of a
little freshly-squeezed orange juice and some chopped
parsley and you are good to go.
If you are new to mussels a few tips might make your
experience go more smoothly. First, remember that mus-
sels are alive and need to breath. After you purchase
them they can be stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
They should not be kept in an airtight container but
rather in a bowl covered loosely with a wet cloth.
When you are ready to prepare the mussels place them
in a colander and rinse with cold water. You may want to
scrub them a bit with a brush to remove any sand or grit.
You may also see a "beard" hanging off, which can be
cut off with scissors.
Most of the mussels should be tightly closed. If any
are open, give each one a tap on the shell. If they close,
they are fine. If they remain open they should be discard-


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ed. Follow these simple tips and you"ll soon by showing
everyone your mussels.
Belgium Mussels
48 mussels
1 cup beer
1 orange, halved
1/4 cup chopped parsley
Kosher salt and fresh-cracked pepper
In a sauce pan with a steamer inset, pour the beer into
the sauce pan and squeeze in the juice from the orange
along with the spent halves. Turn heat to high and bring
to a boil. Place the mussels in the steamer and the steam-
er in the pan. Cover and let steam for 2-3 minutes or until
the mussels have opened. Discard any that do not open.
Place the mussels into a serving bowl. Remove the or-
ange halves from the remaining cooking liquid, stir in the
parsley, salt and pepper to taste then pour over the mus-
sels. Serve with good quality bread to soak up the sauce.
Serves four.
Scott Hutcheson writes for CNHI News Service, which
.t.-i di-.,,. . his column. He can be reached at www.scot-
thutcheson.com.


10 Interviewing Rules


By Carole Martin, Monster
C. 'nti- iiir'. Writer

In the current job mar-
ket, you'd better have your
act together, or you won't
stand a chance against the
competition. Check your-
self on these 10 basic
points before you go on
that all-important inter-
view.

Look Sharp

Before the interview, se-
lect your outfit. Depending
on the industry and posi-
tion, get out your best duds
and check them over for
spots and wrinkles. Even if
the company has a casual
environment, you don't
want to look like you slept
in your clothes. Above all,


dress for confidence. If you
feel good, others will re-
spond to you accordingly.

Be on Time

Never arrive late to an
interview. Allow extra time
to arrive early in the vicini-
ty, allowing for factors like
getting lost. Enter the
building 10 to 15 minutes
before the interview.

Do Your Research

Researching the compa-
ny before the interview and
learning as much as possi-
ble about its services, prod-
ucts, customers and com-
petition will give you an
edge in understanding and
addressing the company's
needs. The more you know


about the company and
what it stands for, the bet-
ter chance you have of sell-
ing yourself. You also
should find out about the
company's culture to gain
insight into your potential
happiness on the job.

Be Prepared

Bring along a folder con-
taining extra copies of your
resume, a copy of your ref-
erences and paper to take
notes. You should also
have questions prepared to
ask at the end of the inter-
view. For extra assurance,
print a copy of Monster's
handy interview take-along
checklist.

Show Enthusiasm


A firm handshake and
plenty of eye contact
demonstrate confidence.
Speak distinctly in a confi-
dent voice, even though
you may feel shaky.

Listen

One of the most neglect-
ed interviewing skills is lis-
tening. Make sure you are
not only listening, but also
reading between the lines.
Sometimes what is not said
is just as important as what
is said.

Answer the
Question Asked

Candidates often don't
think about whether they
are actually answering the
questions asked by their in-


terviewers. Make sure you
understand what is being
asked, and get further clari-
fication if you are unsure.

Give Specific Examples

One specific example of
your background is worth
50 vague stories. Prepare
your stories before the in-
terview. Give examples
that highlight your success-
es and uniqueness. Your
past behavior can indicate
your future performance.

Ask Questions

Many interviewees don't
ask questions and miss the
opportunity to find out
valuable information. Your
questions indicate your in-
terest in the company or


job.

Follow Up

Whether it's through
email or regular mail, the
follow-up is one more
chance to remind the inter-
viewer of all the valuable
traits you bring to the job
and company. You don't
want to miss this last
chance to market yourself.

It is important to appear
confident and cool for the
interview. One way to do
that is to be prepared to the
best of your ability. There
is no way to predict what
an interview holds, but by
following these important
rules you will feel less anx-
ious and will be ready to
positively present yourself.


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Continued From Page 10


7. Dress Appropriately

Unless specifically encouraged to dress
casually, follow the universal interview
dress code: A dark blue or black suit and
dress shoes. For people with limited mo-
bility, the process of dressing for a job in-
terview can be quite a challenge, but it's
worth it.


8. Bring Samples of Your Work
and Extra Resumes

A clean, printed resume leaves a better
lasting impression than the faxed or
emailed resume your interviewer proba-
bly already has in hand. Samples allow
you to illustrate your skills with specific
examples.

9. Anticipate and Address
Potential Concerns Directly


You know some people have fears and
prejudices about workers with disabilities,
even when they don't express these atti-
tudes directly. If you want the job, you
must allay these concerns. Using exam-
ples from your own life or prior work ex-
perience, discuss how you accomplish ac-
tivities that challenge you, like getting
around the workplace, communicating
with others, using equipment and so forth.

10. Handle Illegal Interview Questions


with Grace

The Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990 made it illegal for employers to ask
about medical history during an inter-
view. If you are asked such an inappropri-
ate question, respond diplomatically. Try:
"Nothing in my personal life will keep
me from doing an outstanding job in this
position." This answer should satisfy a
prospective employer's concerns about
your ability to get the job done.


Geologists discover riches in the midst of war


By Dr E. Kirsten Peters
CNHI News Service
Some geologists are heroes.
That was the thought that
came to my mind when I read of
what Afghan geologists had
done during the long and diffi-
cult time the Taliban had run
their country.
Even without real hope they
might ever do geology again,
but with fears about what might
happen at any time to the re-
ports of previous geological
mapping work, the Afghan geol-
ogists took the records home to
preserve them. When the dust of
the American invasion had set-
tled and the Afghan government
had been restored, the local ge-
ologists brought back the re-
ports.
The records were the starting
point for the effort in recent
years to explore Afghanistan for
mineral resources using fully
modem methods. The results
have astonished geologists be-
cause the riches of the war-torn
country are so great.
As the New York Times re-


ported this summer, many geol-
ogists now working in
Afghanistan feel they are "in the
midst of one of the great discov-
eries of their careers."
From estimates of what's un-
der the ground, both at depth
and near the surface,
Afghanistan may contain nearly
$1 trillion worth of minerals.
Along the Pashtun area in the
south there is gold; in western
Afghanistan there is apparently
abundant lithium; and elsewhere
there are major deposits of cop-
per, iron, cobalt and rare metals
like niobium.
As a student, I studied miner-
al resources intensively. The
richest of those here in the U.S.
were mined out in the 1800s and
early 1900s. There is a cycle in
such matters, and the richest de-
posits are - at least generally -
the first discovered and mined.
But Afghanistan stands today
where the U.S. did long ago, so
it's no surprise that Afghan min-
eral wealth is likely quite high.
But a $1 trillion bonanza is
greater than this geologist would


have guessed.
In short, it looks like there is
enough mineral wealth in
Afghanistan it could alter both
the war and the way of life in
the impoverished nation where
the gross domestic product is
only about $12 billion. If invest-
ment materializes to exploit the
mineral wealth, jobs in mining
could employ many men cur-
rently involved in the war, U.S.
officials speculate.
"There is stunning potential
here," Gen. David H. Petraeus
said to the New York Times.
"There are a lot of ifs, of course,
but I think the potential is huge-
ly significant."
The ore was discovered be-
cause the U.S. Geological Sur-
vey and some others went to
work in 2006 using modern
methods of exploration through-
out the country. In the old days,
geologists used to travel by Jeep
(or even on foot and horseback)
to outcrops. The accepted tech-
nique was to knock off pieces of
rock with a hammer and inspect
what you had in your hand. The


approach still works, but it's ob-
viously labor intensive and
slow.
If you want to rapidly explore
a whole country these days, the
way to do it is by air. So the
Americans flew over
Afghanistan with sophisticated
gravity measurement devices.
The results were highly encour-
aging. In 2007, the geologists
again flew over the country, this
time with devices that offer
three-dimensional information
about mineral concentrations.
The results were "astonish-
ing" to the geologists who saw
the data. The story even recently
merited a piece in the presti-
gious journal Science, so im-
pressive is the tale of mineral
exploration and discovery.
There seems little doubt that
Afghanistan is sitting on wealth
that could dwarf the opium trade
and what money reaches the war
torn country from outside aid.
But it remains to be seen how
the wealth from the Earth is ex-
ploited and used.
Afghanistan is not a devel-


oped country with infrastructure
or environmental controls. Min-
ing can ruin countryside and de-
stroy water resources if it's un-
regulated. And, to complicate
matters, the government in the
country has had trouble with
corruption. Indeed, last year the
minister of mines stood accused
of accepting a $30 million bribe
in connection with giving rights
to China to develop a copper
mine. (The good news is that the
official is no longer in office.)
But still, the challenges of
wealth rather than chronic
poverty could be a fine change
of pace of a nation in need of
some good news.
Dr E. Kirsten Peters, a native
of the rural Northwest, was
trained as a ... ..1.....it at Prince-
ton and Harvard. Follow her on
the web at rockdoc.wsu.edu and
on Twitter @RockDocWSU. This
column is a service of the Col-
lege of Agricultural, Human,
and Natural Resource Sciences
at -W..li,..i.,n State University.
CNHI News Service distributes
her column.






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Wednesday Edition Ñ August 18, 201050 CENTSSuwannee Democrat www.suwanneedemocrat.com SEEBELT, PAGE14A125th YEAR, NO. 88 3 SECTIONS, 34 PAGES Visit us on the web at www.weshaneychevrolet.com WES HANEY Just East Of Downtown Live Oak, FL 362-2976 Family Owned & Operated Since 1967 611803-F Only Auto, PW, PDL, Cruise, CD, Onstar $ 15,375 $ 15,375 Brand New 2010 Cobalt LT Sedan By Jeff Watersjeff.waters@gaflnews.comAconsultant for the Live Oak Partnership said the city has enough funds in the Community Redevelopment Agency's (CRA) budget to dramatically alter Live Oak's appearance over the next 10 years. Jim Beeler, a PhD candidate in urban and regional planning at the University of Florida, concluded a nine-month study in July. He recently made a presentation at City Hall highlighting several areas in the city he said could be improved or changed to make downtown more attractive to businesses and residents. "We have to come up with a way to make it better," said Beeler. "If investors don't feel they're putting their money in a place that's moving forward, they won't." Beeler said the way to make Live Oak more attractive is to work inLive Oak looks ahead stages. He said planting numerous trees, such as the Eastern Redbud and the Crape Myrtle, would begin to change the feel of downtown. Next, Millennium Park should be outfitted with a public restroom fashioned to resemble the historic passenger rail station near Suwannee Museum. Water fountains and seating would be included as well. Across the street at Veterans Park, Beeler suggests restoring the Wrigley'sDowntown renovation could begin now, says consultant LIVE OAK LOOKS AHEADDOWNTOWN RENOVATION COULD BEGIN IMMEDIATELY, SAYS CONSULTANT SEE STORY BELOW ARMY ALL THE WAY Serving Suwannee County since 1884, including Live Oak, Wellborn, Dowling Park, Branford, McAlpin and O'Brien CASEY BREWER WINS PRESTIGIOUS APPOINTMENT TO WEST POINT -AND A SPOT ON THE FOOTBALL TEAM TO BOOT. SEE STORY, PAGE 14A. LIVE OAK LOOKS AHEAD By Jeff Watersjeff.waters@gaflnews.comSee related story below. Open up your wallets and checkbooks, city residents. The Live Oak City Council is proposing a 3 percent hike in residential utility rates, to make up for a lack of funds being received from Suwannee Correctional Institution. The council is considering a 4-year rate plan that will raise residential rates gradually, beginning with a minimum of $1.66 per month, if approved, beginning in 2011. Aminimum residential utility bill would increase from $53.81 to $55.47.It's belttightening time in Live OakCity looks to raise utility rates, cut charitable giving By Jeff Waters Live Oak City Councilman Adam Prins called a 3 percent pay hike for city workers "inconceivable" in light of a proposed utility rate increase in the same amount. "I don't know how you can justify to people raising their rates, when you're raising salaries or whatever at the same time," Prins said during a budget workshop Thursday night. Councilman Ed Rewis said he held the same view. PRINS: PAY HIKE ÔINCONCEIVABLE'Adam Prins SEEPRINS, PAGE14AStaff Natural causes may be to blame for the death of an 87-year-old Live Oak man in a Saturday morning traffic accident, according to police. Junior Theodore Underwood was pronounced dead at the scene of the 6th Street crash in Live Oak. According to LOPD Det. Sgt. Ron Shaw, Underwood's 1996 ChevroletNatural causes are suspected in traffic deathAWellborn man was booked into the Suwannee County Jail Thursday on charges of lewd and lascivious molestation, sheriff's reports show. According to a report by Sheriff's Lt. Wayne Musgrove, 53-year-old James Andrew Hutchinson, of AMcAlpin man who allegedly hired someone to do his dirty work was arrested on grand theft III charges, the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office reported. Barney Duane Hingson, 64, of 17795 CR 252 alAlleged thief adds insult to injuryBarney Hingson James HutchinsonWellborn man faces molestation chargesPOLICE SEEALLEGED, PAGE14A SEEWELLBORN, PAGE14A SEENATURAL, PAGE14A SEELIVE OAK, PAGE14APhotos: Carnell Hawthorne Jr.An early morning rain didn't keep students and parents away from the Back to School Bash Saturday at the Suwannee County Coliseum. Participants and Suwannee Coalition workers showed up in droves to ensure that when kids in Suwannee County return to school, they have the basic necessities, such as backpacks, pads and pencils, to start the year off right. See more photos, Pages 12-13A.Bash a big hit Proposed City Hall clock towerIllustration courtesy Live Oak Revitalization Vision Plan MEET YOUR TEACHER, 5&7AMEET YOUR TEACHER, 5&7A SUWANNEE COUNTY BACK TO SCHOOL PAGE 15AINFORMATIONTODAY'S WEATHER, 2B 9376HIGH LOWFor more weather, visit our Web site at www.suwanneedemocrat.comCasey Brewer in parade dress (above) and in football gear. Courtesy photosLive Oak City Hall. File photo

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST18, 2010 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 6A By Jim Holmes I had some wonderful teachers in school. Mrs. Crites visited my home weekly with 4th grade assignments while I was bedridden with rheumatic fever. Miss. Rankin -despite the personality of a drill sergeant -gave me a joy for fine literature I've never lost. And my wrestling coach, Mr. McClain, taught me I could push my body further than I ever thought possible. Good teachers, all. Yet with the passage of time -decades in my case -no instructor stands out in my memory more than Chick Baily, who may not even have had a high school diploma. You see, "Mr. Chick," as we called him, was my school bus driver. But in many ways, he was---what would be called today -a Life Coach. Like most of the school bus drivers in my hometown, Mr. Chick was a full-time farmer. Driving our school bus, Number 23, was his secondary profession. But since he was in agriculture, it was his only guaranteed income. I think the job was very important to him, as seldom was he absent. Mr. Chick, in many ways, was like a second dad to me. In fact, because my father's job involved a lot of travel, there were many weeks when I saw less of him than Mr. Chick. When I was little, I'd always try to sit in the seat directly behind him, where he'd tell me about plowing, harvesting, tractors and taking cows to market. I found the conversations mesmerizing. By high school, of course, those daily talks had stopped. The older a kid became, the farther back in the bus he sat, with the rear rows reserved for high school royalty: seniors. Still, even then, Mr. Chick would get a big smile and a hardy hello from me every morning. And when getting off the bus at night, I'd always bid him a good night with the nonsensical farewell, "Don't let the cows bite." I can still see him. Mr. Chick stood maybe 5'5" and was nearly that around. Abalding man, he wore big black rimmed eyeglasses, which were propped-up on a pockmarked nose seemingly as wide as a Buick. Seldom would you see Mr. Chick without a chaw of tobacco stuck firmly against his left cheek. And with some regularity, he'd spit into a Number 10 tin can on the floor next to the gear shift. The heavier the traffic, the less likely he was to hit his target É which would cause us kids to guffaw. Mr. Chick was very easy going. While some bus drivers demanded near silence, he didn't seem to mind our chatter, as long as the roar was not overwhelming. When things became too loud, he'd simply pull off the road and stop. We soon figured out that meant we'd gotten too boisterous. But if you wanted to get on Mr. Chick's bad side, just bully a smaller kid. Perhaps because of his own diminutive size, that was the one thing he wouldn't tolerate. Abully would get one warning, voiced emphatically. Mr. Chick would say that should a second incident occur, the errant child would find himself in bus exile for the balance of the year. Because he was normally so good natured, I think we knew Mr. Chick wasn't making an idle threat, but a pledge! I don't remember any repeat offenders. I regret I never took the opportunity to thank Mr. Chick, not only for being my friend and guardian, but for driving me safely all those miles. I won't make the same mistake today. So to all of you driving Suwannee County school buses this year, I thank you in advance for all that you do for our children and our grandchildren. May God watch over you and the precious cargo you carry every day. Jim Holmes lives in Live Oak.Please address letters to: Letters To The Editor, Suwannee Democrat, PO Box 370, Live Oak, FL32064.Please include your full name, address and daytime phone number. We ask this so we can verify your letter and discuss any questions about it with you. Members of the Suwannee Democrat editorial board are Myra C.Regan, publisher, and Robert Bridges, editor.Our View, which appears in Friday editions of the Democrat, is formed by that board.Suwannee DemocratMYRA C.REGAN Publisher ROBERT BRIDGES Editor THE SUWANNEE SCRIBBLERViewpoints/Opinions Thanks, Mr. ChickBIBLE VERSEBut, "Let him who boasts boast in the Lord." For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but the one whom the Lord commends. 2 Corinthians 10:17-18 Democrat control of the White House, House of Representatives and the Senate has produced an unprecedented level of political brazenness and contempt for the limitations placed on the federal government by the U.S. Constitution. As such, it has raised a level of constitutional interest and anger against Washington's interference in our lives that has been dormant for far too long. Part of this heightened interest and anger is seen in the strength of the tea party movement around the nation. Another is the angry reception that many congressmen receive when they return to their districts and at town hall meetings. According to the most recent Gallup poll, only 20 percent of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing, but that's up from a March 2010 low of 16 percent. The smart money suggests that there will be a Republican takeover of the House of Representatives and possibly the Senate. The question is what can liberty-minded Americans expect from a Republican majority? Maybe a good starting point for an answer might be to examine how Republicans have handled their majority in the past. Democrat President Lyndon Johnson's term of office saw massive increases in federal spending. When Johnson was elected into office in 1964, federal spending was $118 billion. When he left office in 1968, federal spending was $178 billion, a 66 percent increase. Worse than the massive increase in federal spending, his administration and Democratically controlled Congress saddled us with two programs that have helped fuel today's fiscal disaster -Medicare and Medicaid. The 1994 elections gave Republican control of both the House and Senate. They held a majority for a decade. The 2000 election of George W. Bush as president gave Republicans what the Democrats have now, total control of the legislative and executive branches of government. When Bush came to office, federal spending was $1.788 trillion. When he left office, federal spending was $2.982 trillion. That's a 60 percent increase in federal spending, closely matching the profligacy of Lyndon Johnson's presidency. During the Republican control, the nation was saddled with massive federal interference in education through No Child Left Behind. Prescription drug handouts became a part of the Republican-controlled Congress' legacy. And it was during this interval that Congress accelerated its interference, assisted by the Federal Reserve Bank, in the housing market in the name of homeownership that produced much of the financial meltdown that the nation suffered in 2008. During the last two years, Democrats have amassed unprecedented growth of federal government power in the forms of bailouts, corporate takeovers, favors to their political allies and nationalization of our health care system. My question is how likely is it for Republicans to behave differently if they gain control? Their past behavior doesn't make one confident that they will behave much differently, but I could be wrong.OPINION A MINORITY VIEWBY WALTER WILLIAMS© 2010 Creators Syndicate~~ Will Republicans save us? FROM OUR READERSTo the Editor: We Republicans in Congressional District 2 have the good fortune of having five good candidates vying for Rep. Allen Boyd's current seat. The chances of the Republican primary winner gaining that seat have never been better. However, we must choose our candidate wisely. Newspaper articles and editorials have stated several times that there is very little difference in the five Republicans. But there are big differences that are evident when you listen to their words. Some don't understand that they are running for Congress and not for president. They make statements such as, "When I get to Washington I'll secure our borders, I'll get spending under control, I'll pass a balanced budget amendment, I'll make our nation secure again." One candidate said that when he got to Washington he'd pass the Fair Tax bill immediately. Those statements draw applause and cheers but are totally unrealistic. They forget that our representative is only one vote of 535. Do they understand how to make and repeal laws? Do they understand how long it takes to amend our Constitution? One candidate does. That candidate is Eddie Hendry. He knows the issues and understands what it means to be in Congress. He doesn't speak in platitudes and slogans. He doesn't make unrealistic claims. He sticks to the most important problems facing our country Ñ the economy and national defense. And he is not a Johnny Come Lately to the Fair Tax. He knows that the Fair Tax has a five-year phase-in period. He knows that if passed immediately we will still have to control spending and taxes until the Fair Tax is fully implemented. As much as we would all love to repeal Obama care, Eddie also understands that it simply cannot be repealed right away. His plan is to caucus with current congressmen such as Eric Cantor and Michele Bachmann to defund the law and work to replace it with the kind of law we need for the nation's health care. I support Eddie Hendry because he is the best of the five. Focus on his words. Visit his website. You too will be convinced that he should be our pick to beat the Democrats in November. Blake Riels Live Oak To the Editor: After your publication of my response to the Amendment 4 question, I received a number of phone calls wanting me to explain my position on why I answered the way I did. Let me clarify my answer and my position on this Amendment. First, I do not support and would never vote for Amendment 4. It would cost jobs and cause higher taxes do to the cost to enact it. Further more it has been tried in a local version by the people of St. Pete Beach, since adopting their version of this Amendment it has cost the taxpayers there over half-a-million dollars in legal fees from nearly a dozen law suits, this would be something Suwannee County could not afford. My original answer was meant to address the peoples right to be heard, our Republic is based on electing representatives to do the will of the people, those elected representatives must be chosen by the people to reflect their values and wishes. The people can speak at the ballot box on the large controversial issues, but on routine items they must elect representatives who they can trust to use their judgment to do the peoples will. If they are out of step then they should be voted out of office. My basic platform is to reform tax's, reduce government, and listen to the peoples concerns and act accordingly by representing them to the best of my ability. For Suwannee County this would mean reviewing and controlling the spending practices all the while encouraging growth and development in such a way as to provide employment and a broader tax base. I do apologize for any misunderstanding about my position in regards to the survey. Thanks to all who gave me feedback, I look forward to having many more discussion I would appreciate your vote on November 2nd. Phil Oxendine Candidate, District 4, Suwannee County Commission By Glenda Williams Suwannee County Supervisor of Elections I believe 2010 will be a historic year for Elections not only in Florida but throughout the United States. So, be a part of making history by exercising your right to vote. We've seen in Florida and in Suwannee County how close elections can be! Every vote DOES make a difference and we the voters by taking the time to cast that one vote determines who will win elections. Elections aren't decided by polls or campaign ads, it ultimately comes down to the voters who take the time to vote for the candidates they feel will lead us most effectively in the years to come. Voting has never been more convenient with Early Voting going on at our office and at the Branford Library or Voting by Mail and having your ballot mailed to your home or you can still choose to vote at your precinct on election day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Voting is the foundation of our democracy. We must never forget how precious that right is. It is hard for some to realize that the freedoms we enjoy today are not really free. There is a price to pay for that freedom. Many have paid the ultimate price with their lives. So I implore you to "Make ADifference With Your Vote" on August 24, 2010. Remember to bring acceptable photo and signature identification when you vote. The following photo ids will be accepted: Florida driver's license Florida identification card issued by the Dept. of HSMV United States passport Debit or credit card Military identification Student identification Retirement center identification Neighborhood association identification Public assistance identification If your photo identification does not contain your signature, you will be asked to provide an additional identification that includes a signature. If you do not have the proper identification, you will be provided with a provisional ballot. Your provisional ballot will count if the signature on the provisional ballot envelope matches the signature on your voter registration application. GUEST COMMENTARYMake a difference: Vote SEEWILL, PAGE14A

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST18, 2010 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 12A 570128-F Now Available at Suwannee Health & FitnessContact Lynn Brannon 386-362-467612 Week Program can deliver 25 pounds of weight loss 415 S.W. Pinewood Dr., Live Oak, FL 32064 FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE AND ACCEPTED. APPROVED FOR VA TRAINING BENEFITS. ACCREDITED BY THE COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, INC. Register Now! Early Childhood Education Program Call (386) 647-4200 to schedule TABE test Classes start August 23rd 610055-F 611813-F Offer expires 8/31/10 Celebrate holiday office parties, family Christmas celebrations at the place that caters to them all. Its not too early to reserve your date for the upcoming Holiday season. Call today. 386-364-5250 email: frontdesk@campweed.org CAMP WEED CERVENY CONFERENCE CENTER 613810-F BASH A BIG HITThe Back to School Bash Saturday at the Suwannee County Coliseum was a big hit with the crowd. Participants and Suwannee Coalition workers showed up in droves to ensure that when kids in Suwannee County return to school Monday, they have the basic necessities, such as backpacks, pads and pencils, to start the year off right. Photos: Carnell Hawthorne Jr. An early morning crowd viewed a video provided by the Suwannee Coalition prior to proceeding to the school supplies area. The Saturday Back to School Bash was a major hit for students and parents eagerly preparing for the start of the school year. Suwannee Bulldog football players volunteered by handing out school supplies at the Back to School Bash. Bulldog team members and volunteers posed for a picture at the Saturday Bash. Jesse Salyers, 7, a Branford Elementary student, made friends with the Bulldog mascot.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST18, 2010 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 13A Shintina Watts, 8, visited the face-painting table at Saturday's Bash. School Board Chair Jerry Taylor (right) and Superintendent Jerry Scarborough greeted students and families and handed out supplies and information packets on the Coliseum grounds. The air was filled with enthusiasm at the Saturday event. Kayla Woods, 3, beat the heat by reaching for a snowcone provided by volunteers from Live Oak Christian Church Saturday. Music entertainment at the Back to School Bash was provided by musicians from Live Oak Church of God and First Baptist Church. Workers handed out information to parents related to Sylvan Tutoring Center opportunities provided through the school system. There was a continuous line at the backpack and notebook table during the Saturday event. Erica McClendon, 5, posed with her new backpack alongside Joshua Koon, 9, and Whitney Koon, 11, at the Saturday bash.BASH A BIG HITIt was a friendly meeting between the Bulldog mascot and McGruff the Crime Dog at Saturday's Bash. The pair greeted families who arrived at the event. Kailah Henderson, 7, visited the Sheriff's Office finger-printing table to get a safety ID from Deputy Kim Lane at Saturday's Bash.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST18, 2010 SUWANNEE DEMOCRAT /LIVE OAK PAGE 14A If Republicans win the House of Representatives, there are measures they should take in their first month of office, and that is to undo most of what the Democratically controlled Congress has done. If they don't win a veto-proof Senate, they can't undo Obamacare but the House alone can refuse to fund any part of it. There are numerous blocking tactics that a Republican-controlled House can take against those hell-bent on trampling on our Constitution. The question is whether they will have guts and principle to do it. After all, many Americans, including those who are Republicans, have a stake in big government control, special privileges and handouts. Ultimately, we Americans must act to ensure that our liberty does not depend on personalities in Washington. Our founders tried to do that with our Constitution. Thomas Jefferson offered us a solution when he said, "The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions, that I wish it to be always kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all. I like a little rebellion now and then." Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University. To find out more about Walter E. Williams and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists,visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.Will Republicans save us?Continued From Page 6A By Carnell Hawthorne Jr.carnell.hawthorne@ gaflnews.comOne former Suwannee Bulldog has stepped up his game in a big way thanks to an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Casey Brewer, 20, of Live Oak, set his sights high when he signed up to play for the U.S. Army football team over a year ago. Today, that move is paying off. In addition to playing for the Division I squad, he'll get a superb education and the chance to serve his country as well. One of the nation's best schools -ranked #16 by U.S. News and World Report among National Liberal Arts Colleges for 2011 -West Point, in New York, provides cadets with basic skills in discipline, pride, cohesion and duty, with summer training in first aid, mountaineering, hand grenades, rifle marksmanship, and nuclear, biological and chemical training. "Here as a cadet, we go by the Army system. It's something really to be proud of because you know the people around you are held to a higher standard and they're going to hold you to that standard," said Brewer. On June 28, he successfully completed seven weeks of cadet basic training, also referred to as "Beast Barracks," one of the military's most challenging experiences, according to a West Point news release. Brewer began core classes Aug. 16, working toward a major in an area related to physical sciences, engineering, humanities and social sciences that will ultimately lead to a bachelor of science degree. Though he won't have to chose an official major until his junior year, Brewer is considering a focus in armaments, hoping to one day work in a special forces or airborne unit. Outside the classroom, Brewer falls to attention at the line of scrimmage alongside fellow freshman, sophomore, junior and senior players on the academy's football team. Nearly three years ago, while playing football at Lafayette High School -he transferred from Suwannee after his sophomore year -Brewer's desire to play for the Black Knights was sparked. "Arecruiter visited the school and told me all about Army football during my junior year," Brewer said. "I told him I was interested." After transferring back and completing his senior year at Suwannee in 2009, Brewer enrolled at the U.S. Military Academy Prep School in Ft. Monmouth, N.J., where he played as a defensive lineman. Last year, after a 10-game season at the prep school, he was named the team's defensive captain. Currently, he's a freshmen "whip" on the West Point team, a linebacker position that places him "closer to the line," he said. "The school is very challenging, much more challenging than the prep school because I'm playing varsity alongside many juniors and seniors who have already spent a couple years in the weight room and on the field," Brewer said. "There's about 64 of us freshmen. We make up nearly 40 percent of the team." This season, the Army Black Knights will go head-tohead against teams like the Air Force Falcons in Colorado, North Texas at Texas, and compete on neutral ground against the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame and the Navy Midshipmen at Philadelphia. For Brewer's parents, both of who played college sports, the feat that their son has achieved has brought them great pride. "It's all breathtaking," said Bill Brewer, Casey's father. "For a little boy that played football at Suwannee and Mayo to now have made it to the big leagues, it something we're definitely proud of." Casey's mother, Cassie Brewer, said she knows "It's a dream come true" for her son. The Brewers live in Live Oak. Their elder son, Shaun, is also in the Army and currently serving in Iraq. It's Casey's plan to continuing making his parents proud. "I'm really excited to be here not just because I came from a small town, but because this is a great school and an amazing opportunity," he said. West Point requires a five-year commitment to the Army after graduation, but Brewer plans to make it a career. With three weeks before his first game, though, he's focused on making this a winning season. "It's looking to be a really good one," he said. "Last year was the team's first year under new coach Rich Ellerson. Now that the everyone's bonded, and with our great leadership, we're ready to show them what it's all about."Army all the wayCasey Brewer wins prestigious appointment to West Point -and a spot on the football team to bootPRINS: PAY HIKE ÔINCONCEIVABLE'Councilman Bennie Thomas saw things differently, however. "I'm for giving the working man out there a raise," he said. "I know how it is. I'd rather take a pay cut myself." Prins agreed that pay cuts for the council should be considered as well. The city finance department has proposed to budget a 3 percent raise for all hourly city employees. Continued From Page 1A Commercial rates will rise as well. Depending on usage, the minimum commercial bill will rise either $8.90 or $13.57. City Administrator Bob Farley said the rate increase is something that must be done, per state guidelines, to "cover debt service on the wastewater treatment plant, phase II." Or, in other words, the city needs the money to cover a loan that was taken out to upgrade the second phase of the wastewater treatment plant to accommodate the new prison. The city was supposed to receive the funds needed to cover the debt, some $448,000, from the prison's water and sewer fees, roughly $734,000. However, only about $324,000 has been received from the prison to date. The problem is that the prison is still under construction and does not have the inmates it was anticipated to have by now. The fewer the inmates, the less money coming from the use of water and sewer. The other factor that requires a rate increase is the depreciation of the water and wastewater system at the prison. The prison constructed the water works on-site and handed over ownership to the city. Now the city has to account for more than a half-million dollars in depreciation expenses. Charitable giving may be cut Charitable contributions by the city also came under scrutiny Thursday. The city gives almost $44,000 to local charities under the current budget. The city budgeted more than $196,000 to help fund Suwannee Parks & Recreation. The council discussed how much to cut from each. Mayor Sonny Nobles cautioned against cutting some contributions, especially to Comprehensive Community Services, an area agency that assists individuals with developmental disabilities. "They'll come fill this room up with beautiful, retarded-looking kids," Nobles said at the meeting. The council proposed cutting all contributions, and its contribution to parks & recreation, by 10 percent. The 2009-10 budget is set at $18,873,850. The proposed 2010-11 budget is $16,069,094.Belt-tightening time in Live OakContinued From Page 1A pickup, eastbound on 6th Street at 6:53 a.m., drifted over the centerline and entered the yard of a private residence. The pickup struck the mailbox and continued east until it came to rest against trees in the front yard. Neither speed nor alcohol nor appear to be a factor in the crash, said Shaw. Apedestrian said he had to take evasive action to keep from being struck by the vehicle. Shaw said that Underwood may have died while driving, causing the crash. Underwood was found still sitting in the vehicle. Paramedics with Suwannee County Fire/Rescue attempted to provide aid. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene. Underwood's body was sent to the Medical Examiner's Office in Jacksonville to determine the cause of death. The investigation into the cause of the crash is ongoing, said Shaw.Continued From Page 1A408 17th Avenue, allegedly touched a female victim inappropriately. The victim, now 14, told authorities that Hutchinson touched her in a lewd and lascivious manner from the time she was 11 or 12 until January 2010. The victim told authorities that he would touch her when she asked for money. Hutchinson confessed to some of the allegations, according to the report. Jeff Waters Continued From Page 1A legedly hired someone in July to take tobacco racks from a farm at 179th Road and 160th Street, without the knowledge of the farm owner. The alleged accomplice was told to sell them and split the money with Hingson, reports show. SCSO Deputy Chuck Tompkins wrote in a report that Hingson "told this person (that he hired) that (the tobacco racks) belonged to him, and that said person he hired could take the tobacco racks from the tobacco barns." Tompkins said that Hingson went on the farm and showed the person he hired where the tobacco barns were. Hingson also allegedly "called the property owner later that night and told her to kiss his a**," the report states. The tobacco racks were valued at $398.10. Hingson was arrested Thursday and booked into the Suwannee County Jail. Continued From Page 1ANatural causes are suspectedWellborn man faces molestation charges Gum mural, moving the gazebo and adding attractive lighting. Beeler advises using the open space where Fleet's Department Store once stood (where Kiwanis Club Christmas tree sales are conducted) should be acquired by the CRA and construct a "rounded outdoor food service pavilion with extended awnings that would cover about half the parcel." The remainder of the space could consist of shade trees and pavers/planters. The eastern wall could be used for a mural. The remainder of the projects that could be completed in the first 10 years is "branding": getting the name of Live Oak on billboards on the interstate and the use of downtown banners to advertise activities in the city. Beeler said adding a clock tower at City Hall and improving the parking would be inviting and would be seen as a "gateway to the city." Beeler said the city needs to add attractive signs welcoming folks to the city. "Gateway signage welcomes and informs visitors, and provides a sense of arrival into the downtown core," said Beeler. Probably the largest project that could be completed within 10 years is improving Warren Street, a two-block area that runs from US 129 to Suwannee Avenue on the north side of the courthouse, parallel to US 90. Beeler suggests making the street more pedestrian friendly. "Wider sidewalks create a second storefront for businesses," he said. Beeler's plans calls for Warren Street to be one-way, with vehicle traffic heading west, and for additional parking on both sides of the street. Removing unsightly electrical lines and burying them underground and giving the back of the buildings a facelift will greatly improve that area and make it easier to shop in local businesses, Beeler said. Beeler said the city should have no problem funding the projects since the CRAtrust fund takes in about $250,000 a year. Beeler said the city's next step is to hire a full-time CRA director and allow the CRAto be fully staffed. "If the CRAspends 25 percent (the high end of the range) on staff overhead per year that would give them about $1.9 million to spend over the next 10 years, which makes most of what is in the first 10 years of the vision plan doable, if the budget is written to pursue the plan," said Beeler. Mayor Sonny Nobles said the city didn't fund a CRAdirector in the upcoming 201011 budget year, but plans on doing so in the following year. However, he said the city is adamant about moving forward with some of those projects, and projects of the city's own design, and has already made plans to begin shortly. Beeler said there's "no silver bullet to recreate the bustle of years past. The decline was incremental, and so the recovery shall follow the same track." The city approved the 201011 CRAbudget of $577,861. The funds are generated by local ad valorem taxes. Beeler will make a more indepth presentation at the City Hall Annex tomorrow at 6 p.m. for anyone wishing to attend. LO Partnership becomes official The Live Oak Partnership is now Live Oak Partnership, Inc. after the agency recently moved to separate itself from other groups in the city and county. The partnership holds monthly meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at Magnetic Marketing, 124 East Howard Street. The public is invited to attend. Continued From Page 1ALive Oak looks aheadAlleged thief adds insult to injury

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Section BWednesday, August 18, 2010Suwannee Democrat SPORTS SPORTS Political advertisement paid for and approved by Gary Brown, Candidate, for Suwannee County Judge 603802-F BROWN Gary Elect FOR COUNTY JUDGE www.garybrownforjudge.com Follow us on Facebook By Corey Daviscorey.davis@gaflnews.comLIVE OAKWe watched them compete for district and state titles for weeks at the First Federal Sportsplex, but what happened when they left town? In the span of a month, about 60 Babe Ruth baseball teams competed in the District 6 (June 10-13) and North Florida State tournaments (July 15-17), but after winning or losing in the tournaments they all went their separate ways. So what happened to the winners from each of those tournaments? 9-years olds Wakulla coasted to the District 6 title sweeping host Suwannee 14-12 and 11-8 in a best of three series June 10-13 By Corey Davis After two weeks of intense practices, Suwannee High will have its annual Green and White football scrimmage game Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Paul Langford Stadium. A week later Aug. 27, the Bulldogs kick off their season with a kickoff classic game against visiting Chiefland, followed by the official season opener Sept. 3 against visiting rival Hamilton County. By Corey Davis After months of intense summer workouts, athletes from across the state are lacing up their shoes and finally beginning practice. Whether itÂ’s golf, football, swimming, or volleyball, coaches and players began their quest August 9 to win a state title, while bowling and crosscountry kicked off practice this week with the same goals. Volleyball will officially kick it off with a pre-season Spike Classic August 26-28 at various venues. Football has their annual pre-season Kickoff Classic August 26-27, as Branford travels to Dixie County, Lafayette to Taylor County while Bradford comes to Hamilton and Chiefland comes to Suwannee. Golf begins its first match August 30 as does swimming. Cross-Country and bowling began practicing this week with their first matches August 30 and Sept 13 respectively. LetÂ’s get it started Green, White game this weekendSuwannee High is having its annual Green and White game this Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at the stadium. Photo: Paul Buchanan SuwanneeSports.com Julington Creek captured the North Florida 12-under 70-foot state title recently in Live Oak to advance to the Southeast Region al in Ocala. Photo: Corey Davis Babe Ruth wrapup By Corey Daviscorey.davis@gaflnews.comLIVE OAK-Suwannee River Community Church held off Tabernale Baptist by one game to win the 2010 Suwannee Parks and Recreation Church League. SRCC (16-2) took the top seed into the end of season tournament this past weekend at First Federal Sportsplex, followed by Tabernacle (15-3) the second seed and First Baptist (14-4) the third seed. Weather postponed most of the games during the weekend and forced officials to move several of the games to Monday, withChurch league coming to a close Football, cheerleading, volleyball, swimming and golf all kicked off August 9 with their first practice, while cross-country and bowling kicked off this week. See more photos, Page 3B. Photo: Paul Buchanan SuwanneeSports.com Photo: Metro SEE CHURCH, PAGE 4B SEE BABE, PAGE 4BBowler of the WeekFootball history still neededPage 3B Page 2B

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( 7 ) 4 0 a c r e s w i t h 8 3 5 f t . o n p a v e d r o a d i n 1 3 y e a r o l d p l a n t e d p i n e s . P r i c e d t o s e l l a t R E D U C E D T O $ 1 4 9 , 9 0 0 . ( 8 ) C R 1 4 3 : 9 a c r e s o n p a v e d r o a d w i t h a 3 / 2 C H / A C h o m e c o n s t . i n 2 0 0 2 w i t h a 2 c a r g a r a g e , 3 0 x 5 0 b a r , 8 x 8 s t o r a g e , n i c e f i s h p o n d . G o o d b u y @ $ 1 7 5 , 0 0 0 . ( 9 ) H a m i l t o n C o . : 1 0 a c r e s o n C R 7 5 1 a n d t h e r i v e r a p p r o x . 1 3 0 0 f t . o n t h e w a t e r a n d a p p r o x . 1 3 0 0 f t . o n p a v e d r o a d . P r i c e d t o s e l l a t R E D U C E D T O $ 6 4 , 0 0 0 . ( 1 0 ) D o w l i n g P a r k a r e a : H o r s e f a r m , 3 0 + a c . w i t h a 3 / 2 C H / A C D W M H 5 8 x 7 2 + / , 8 s t a l l h o r s e b a r , w i t h t a c k r o o m , f e e d r o o m e t c . 3 0 x 4 0 + / s t o r a g e b u i l d i n g , a l l i n g r a s s f e n c e a n d c r o s s f e n c e d , w a t e r t o a l l p a s t u r e s . P r i c e d t o s e l l @ $ 2 2 9 , 0 0 0 . ( 1 1 ) F a r m s o f 1 0 M i l l H o l l o w : 4 a c r e s i n g r a s s / c r o p l a n d w i t h s c a t t e r e d t r e e s . $ 3 2 , 5 0 0 . ( 1 2 ) N e a r C i t y : O f f U S 9 0 E a s t 5 a c r e s w o o d e d n e a r g o l f c o u r s e . G o o d b u y @ $ 4 4 , 9 0 0 . ( 1 3 ) 1 9 0 t h S t . : 1 0 a c r e s i n p l a n t e d p i n e s a p p r o x . 1 5 y e a r s o l d , w i t h a 3 / 1 C H / A C S W M H , 2 c a r c a r p o r t / s h o p . P r i c e d t o s e l l @ $ 4 9 , 0 0 0 . ( 1 4 ) 1 6 9 t h R d . : 5 a c . i n g r a s s w i t h a 3 / 2 C H / A C D W M H c o n t . a p p r o x . 1 , 8 5 0 s q . f t . u n d e r r o o f i n e x c e l l e n t c o n d . 2 c a r d e t a c h e d g a r a g e . G o o d a r e a . R E D U C E D T O $ 9 9 , 0 0 0 . ( 1 5 ) 1 9 3 r d R d . : 6 . 5 9 a c r e s w o o d e d o n p a v e d r o a d . G o o d a r e a . G o o d b u y @ $ 3 7 , 5 0 0 . ( 1 6 ) H a m i l t o n C o u n t y : 4 0 a c r e w o o d e d o n c o u n t y r o a d . G o o d h u n t i n g a r e a t h a t a d j o i n s S R W M D . R E D U C E D T O $ 1 2 9 , 5 0 0 . ( 1 7 ) N e w 3 b e d r o o m , 2 b a t h C H / A C h o m e . C i t y s e w e r & w a t e r , p r i v a c y f e n c e . G o o d B u y @ $ 9 5 , 0 0 0 . ( 1 8 ) O f f C R 2 4 9 : 3 w o o d e d l o t s , w i l l w o r k f o r m o b i l e h o m e s , o n c o u n t y r o a d . G o o d b u y @ $ 1 2 , 6 0 0 f o r a l l t h r e e . ( 1 9 ) N e a r C i t y o n p a v e d r o a d : 6 a c r e s i n g r a s s w i t h s c a t t e r e d t r e e s , 3 6 x 3 6 h o r s e b a r n w i t h t a c k / f e e d r o o m & l o f t ( 2 0 0 9 ) , 2 w e l l , f e n c e d & d i v i d e d i n t o p a d d o c k s w i t h h o r s e t y p e f e n c e . P r i c e d t o s e l l @ $ 9 9 , 9 0 0 T e r m s . ( 2 0 ) O f f C R 2 5 0 : 1 . 4 5 a c r e s w i t h a 3 / 2 C H / A C b r i c k h o m e w i t h f i r e p l a c e , k i t c h e n f u r n i s h e d , c o n t . 2 7 0 0 + s q . f t . o f l i v i n g a r e a , 2 c a r d e t a c h e d g a r a g e , 1 2 x 1 6 m e t a l s t o r a g e b u i l d i n g . P r i c e d t o s e l l @ $ 1 3 9 , 5 0 0 . ( 2 1 ) S u w a n n e e R i v e r C h a r l e s S p r i n g s a r e a : 1 . 8 8 a c . w o o d e d w i t h 1 3 7 f t . o n t h e w a t e r e l e v a t i o n s u r v e y . W i l l s u p p o r t r e g u l a r i n g r o u n d s e p t i c t a n k . G o o d b u y @ $ 3 9 , 9 0 0 . 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Call (888)862-3572 or www.towerhomes.com._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _NC Mountains 2 acres with great view, very private, big trees, waterfalls & large public lake nearby, $69,500. Call now (866)789-8535._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _3-35 Acre Tracts near Moultrie, GA. Wooded acreage with lots of paved road frontage. $8,000 per acre. Call Norris Bishop Realty @ (229)890-1186._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _5000sqft custom built home on 10 acres. Includes stocked pond, dock, pond house, located 10 minutes south of Tifton, GA. Great location! Call Norris Bishop Realty @ (229)890-1186._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Beautiful NC Mountains Boone, Blowing Rock, Banner Elk. Let the local experts at MAP Realty find that perfect property for you. (828)262-5655 or www.maprealtyboone.com. Week of December 10, 2007 r 5 @ A E t ) C 6 8 ? 2 ? E L @ ? D : 5 6 C : ? 8 2 5 @ A E : @ ? 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E 6 5 A : ? 6 b A 2 G 6 5 C @ 2 5 b A @ H 6 C n ( E 9 6 C E C 2 4 E D 2 G 2 : = 2 3 = 6 n D E C 6 8 : D A 2 A 6 C n 4 @ > t f f + E n * 6 8 : D ) 2 A 6 C @ n W e e k o f A u g u s t 1 6 , 2 0 1 0 Extended CoverageI have been selling replacement windows for years. Occasionally I meet someone who really tests my salesmanship. An older woman called and wanted to discuss window options for her home. She told me that at 90 yearso ld she could not take the draft of her old windows any longer. I spent an hour answering her q uestions on everything from price to installation, but she wasn't ready to buy. As a last resort, I tried explaining the windows warranty. "The manufacturer guarantees these windows for life," I explained. My efforts fell short. "I'm 90 years o ld," she laughed. "That's not much of a guarantee." (Thanks to Benny K.) Reader Humor L aughs For Sale DuaneCash Holze & ToddCarry Holze www.ClassifiedGuys.com Energy LossEvery year, up to 15% of your energy bill could be going out your old windows, doors or skylights according to ENERGYSTAR. They claim the U.S. could save $134 billion over the next 15 years if all residential windows were replaced with modelsq ualifying for the ENERGYSTAR label. On average, windows manufactured today are twice as efficient asw indows made 10-15 years ago. Window of OpportunityShopping for new windows? Look f or a label from the NFRC (National Fenestration Rating Council). This information lists the independent e nergy performance ratings: U-factor and SHGC (Solar Heat Gain Coefficient). The U-factor is the heat transfer through the window. A lower U-factor means less heat loss. SHGC defines how much heat your house gains from the sun. Northerners require a higher SHGC to absorb more solar heat. The hot sunny South, on the other hand, may w ant a lower SHGC. Fast FactsDear Classified Guys: My wife and I are having our old drafty windows replaced.The contactor told us about a coating that can be applied to the outside of the windows to make them self-cleaning. My wife thought it was a great idea since she cleans them once a month. I suggested it would be cheaper to get a new bottle of Windex .That comment landed me in the doghouse.Do you guys know anything about this coating? And any ideas how to get out of the doghouse? Cash: I'm not sure there's any advice that will get you out of trouble, but you may ask the contractor to spruce up your doghouse for the future. It sounds like it could be your second home.Carry: As a fellow "married guy", I have to agree. After a comment likethat, you're lucky she didn't actually throw you out the window!Cash: Choosing your new windows c an be a difficult task. There are a lot of options. Between wood, aluminum, vinyl, fiberglass, Argon or Krypton filled, low-E and so on, it's enough tomake you scrap the project and just put on a sweater. Carry: I replaced the windows in my home and they came with a great o ption. They tilt inward for easy cleaning. However, the only time I use the tilt is to show visitors the cool feature. As for cleaning, I just hope for a good rainstorm.Cash: Ironically that's part of the principle behind the self-cleaning wind ows. Acompany called Pilkington developed a coating called ActivTMthat can be applied to the exterior of a win-d ow. The glass is coated with titanium dioxide which, when exposed to the sun, breaks down dirt into carbon diox-i de and water vapor. Then when it rains, water runs down the window in a continuous sheet instead of as water droplets, washing away dirt particles. The glass should dry very quickly to keep "drying spots" from forming.Carry: One cosmetic difference is that at certain angles the window canh ave a slight mirror effect and a faint blue tint. Hold on to your Windex though. The coating does come at ap rice. It could add about 20% more to the cost of your windows.Cash: If you don't want to spend the m oney, you may want to get out the garden hose. Just be sure to avoid mak-ing a common mistake and close the windows first! Ask the Guys This bay window is coming out of the closet.2010 The Classified Guys0 8/15/10Do you have a question or funny story about t he classifieds? Want to just give us your opinion? We want to hear all about it! Email us at:comments@classifiedguys.com.F O R S A L E : G a y W i n d o w , 3 p a n e , 4 f t x 7 f t , i n c l u d e s h a r d w a r e . B e s t o f f e r . C a l l t t ( " / 7 8 A ; H 2 7 I ; G " D J C I 7 ? C H ( ? D C . I 7 I J ; H ? G : > D J H ; H 2 D B ; C H & ; L ; A G N L 7 A A : ; 9 D G 7 I ? 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K ; r % C 9 A J : ; H / G 7 C H D B H H N E A J H / G ? B , J B E r ( D L > G H r ( D D @ H ( ? @ ; * ; L r , 7 9 @ 7 = ; D H I H * ; L r H @ ? C = C ; = r ) D I D G ? H ( D 9 7 I ; : ? C ( D L C : ; H D r 7 A A f f f *RZ@. 6 n r % # $ r # ' ) t . A ? : ; H B ? A ; H . A ; ; E H " J A A ' ? I 9 > ; C 7 I > L . > D L ; G r f f 7 ? @ A / E & ' % b ( * $ ) $ $ $ f r $ % ' ) ' ! ) ' # " " ) D : ; A ! A ? E ? I ? 9 7 A ! M ; G 9 ? H ; ) 7 9 > ? C ; r f f n PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertiseany preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation and discrimination. Familial status inc ludes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal cust odians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. 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AUGUST 18 & 19, 2010, PAGE 9CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE WWW.NFLAONLINE.COM SERVING NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA To place an ad on this page, please call Nancy at 386-362-1734 Ext. 103 Each year, millions of new cases of cancer are diagnosed across the globe. Although there is no definitive cause for many of the cancers out there, certain lifestyle choices put a person at a greater risk for cancer. By making a few simple changes, that risk can be reduced. 1. Eat steamed broccoli. Broccoli is one of the superfoods purported to help reduce cancer risk. However, microwaving or overcooking broccoli can destroy up to 97 percent of broccolis cancer-preventing flavanoids. Therefore, eat broccoli raw or lightly steam it to retain the most nutrients. 2. Load up on garlic. Garlic might contribute to bad breath, but the side effect may be worth it. Garlic contains sulfur that can help fend off cancer by stimulating the bodys natural immune system. 3. Enjoy orange foods. Sweet potatoes, carrots and cantaloupe contain carotinoids, which can reduce risk of cancer. 4. Eat some blueberries. Blueberries top the list for antioxidants. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals, which can contribute to cancer. 5. Drink plenty of water. The body needs water to stay healthy and flush out contaminants. Therefore, enjoy eight glasses per day. 6. Get a little sunlight. Not only does sunlight boost mood, which can reduce stress and keep the body in top form, the body receives most of its vitamin D from the sun. Minimal sun exposure will increase vitamin D in the body. Too little vitamin D can actually contribute to some cancers. 7. Reduce animal fat intake. Cut down on the amount of high-fat dairy and meat products consumed. 8. Walk 30 minutes a day. Even moderate exercise can reduce cancer risk. 9. Reduce exposure to chemicals. Let those dandelions sprout in the lawn, skip dry cleaning clothes and use natural items around the house for cleaning. This reduces a persons exposure to potentially toxic chemicals that may contribute to cancer. 10. Enjoy grapes. Grapes contain the cancer-fighting compound resveratrol, which is found in wine. However, grapes do not offer the potentially negative consequences of alcohol consumption. 11. Choose organic whenever possible. Organic foods are grown without chemical pesticides and fertilizers, making them better for the body. Understanding Chemotherapy When diagnosed with cancer, patients often begin working with their doctors immediately to develop a course of action with respect to treatment. For many cancer patients, that course of action includes chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is a treatment that uses certain medications to target rapidly dividing cancer cells and scale them back. It can also involve medication to reduce tumor size or to alleviate pain. An oncologist, or doctor who specializes in cancer treatment, will develop a chemotherapy regimen that fits with the type of cancer, its stage and the severity of symptoms. There is no one magic medicine that is used. Oftentimes, the treating oncologist will customize a cocktail of medications to treat the cancer. Chemotherapy may be administered by oral medications or through an intravenous drip. The frequency of the medication dosages are determined by the doctor. As with any medication , chemotherapy may result in certain side effects. The severity of side effects can differ depending on how aggressive the chemotherapy treatment is and the types of medications being used. Generally, these are the side effects one can expect. * nausea * fatigue * hair loss * dry skin * sexual changes * constipation or diarrhea * taste changes * low platelet counts Over time, treatment can grow cumbersome. 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F reeRun your Yard Sale in the Wednesday North Florida Focus & Friday Suwannee Democrat Classifieds and get the Yard Sale Kit for FREE.Deadline for placing your yard sale is Friday at 11:00 a.m.569561-F Each Kit Includes: € 2 All-Weather Fluorescent For SaleŽ Signs € Successful Tips Get Top Dollar for Your Used CarŽ € Pre-Sale Checklist € Vehicle Options Window Display € E-Z Closing Forms including Deposit Form & Bill of SaleSell Your Car for Top DollarŽ F reeRun your Car For Sale classified in the Wednesday North Florida Focus & Friday Suwannee Democrat Classifieds and get the Car Kit for FREE.Deadline for placing your ad is Friday at 11:00 a.m.*Not valid with the $18.95 specialGet your Car For Sale Kit*569562-F C C a a l l e e n n d d a a r r o o f f E E v v e e n n t t s s sibling or relative as part of the graduating class, please email your name (maiden and married), address, phone number and email address to shsclass1980@yahoo.com. Or call 386-362-6309 to leave a message. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at the reunion.Class of 1971 reunion plannedThe class of 1971 is preparing for our 40th class reunion. We are searching for addresses and emails of all classmates. If you are a parent, grandparent, or sibling of a former classmate and can help us with this task you are asked to please contact suwanneeclassreunion@ ymail.com or call 386-362-3895 and leave a message. Anyone who would like to help on the planning committee is more than welcome. We look forward to hearing from all our classmates.Senior Citizen ClubMadison Travel & Tours Oct. 14-26 Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon 13 days, 12 nights Oct. 14-26, 2010. Total Cost $1220. Final payment due by 8/8/2010. For more information contact Charlene and Walter Howell (386) 842-2241.Senior Citizen ClubMadison Travel & Tours Dec. 6-10 Smoky Mountains "Show Trip" 5 days, 4 nights Dec. 610, 2010. Total Cost $490. Final payment due by 9/30/10. For more information contact Charlene and Walter Howell (386) 842-2241.Gospel Sing at River Run CampgroundThere will be a Gospel sing at River Run Campground, located between Branford and Ft. White, the last Friday of each month, starting at 6 p.m. April through October. It will be held in an open air pavilion. We ask that you bring your own lawn chair. There is a concession stand that will be selling food. If you play or sing, you are welcome to join in. For more information call 386-935-6553.Senior Citizens MeetingThere will be a Senior Citizens meeting on the first Monday of the month. The September meeting will be held on Sept. 13, at 10:30 (due to Labor Day holiday) at the Coliseum. Call 362-1187 for information. Continued From Page 8

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( * . 8 3 9 & 1 < & > 8 , . ; * 3 4 7 9 & 0 * 3 8 * 8 & > 8 3 * 4 + : * 7 9 & 8 8 9 : ) . * 8 . 8 & ( 9 : & 1 1 > 9 7 > . 3 , 9 4 + . 3 ) 9 * ' * 8 9 < & > 9 4 * 1 5 0 . ) 8 1 4 8 * < * . , 9 & 3 ) 5 7 * ; * 3 9 9 > 5 * b ) . & ' * 9 * 8 & 3 ) * & 7 9 ) . 8 * & 8 * * . 8 ( 4 2 5 & 7 . 3 , 9 7 * * , 7 4 : 5 8 4 + 0 . ) 8 ' * 9 < * * 3 & 3 ) r ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 < 4 7 * ( * . ; * & ) ; . ( * & ' 4 : 9 ) . * 9 & 3 ) * = * 7 ( . 8 * ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 < 4 7 * ( * . ; * 9 * ) 7 : , 2 * 9 + 4 7 2 . 3 & 3 ) ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 < 4 9 & 0 * 5 & 7 9 . 3 , 7 4 : 5 9 7 * & 9 2 * 3 9 < . 9 9 * . 7 5 & 7 * 3 9 8 ! * , 7 4 : 5 9 * & ( * 8 + & 2 . 1 . * 8 & * & 1 9 > 1 . + * 8 9 > 1 * 5 7 4 , 7 & 2 & 2 4 ) . + . * ) ; * 7 8 . 4 3 4 + 9 * 5 7 4 , 7 & 2 & 3 . ( 0 * : 8 * 8 . 3 . 8 4 < 3 8 9 : ) > 9 & 9 ( 4 ; * 7 8 * ; * 7 > 9 . 3 , + 7 4 2 * & 1 9 > ( 4 4 0 . 3 , 9 4 * 1 5 . 3 , 5 & 7 * 3 9 8 2 4 9 . ; & 9 * & 3 ) 8 : 5 5 4 7 9 9 * . 7 ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 A 9 8 7 * & 1 1 > 3 . ( * 9 4 8 * * 9 * + & 2 . 1 . * 8 8 9 & 7 9 * 1 5 . 3 , * & ( 4 9 * 7 B : * 7 9 & 8 & > 8 A $ * & ; * 8 4 2 * + & 2 . 1 . * 8 < * 7 * 9 * 5 & 7 * 3 9 8 & 7 * 2 & 0 . 3 , 2 4 7 * 5 7 4 , 7 * 8 8 9 & 3 9 * 0 . ) 8 ' : 9 . 9 * 1 5 8 ; * 3 . + 9 * ( . 1 ) . 8 3 4 9 * 3 , & , * ) . + 9 * 5 & 7 * 3 9 . 8 ( & 3 , . 3 , 9 * * 3 ; . 7 4 3 2 * 3 9 2 & 0 . 3 , . 9 * & 1 9 . * 7 . 9 8 2 & 0 . 3 , . 9 * & 8 . * 7 + 4 7 9 * ( . 1 ) B ! * 5 7 4 , 7 & 2 . 8 * & 8 > + 4 7 + & 2 . 1 . * 8 9 4 1 * & 7 3 ' * ( & : 8 * . 9 : 8 * 8 9 * A 8 9 4 5 1 . , 9 B 2 * 9 4 ) + 4 7 8 * 1 * ( 9 . 3 , + 4 4 ) 4 4 ) 8 & 7 * ) . ; . ) * ) . 3 9 4 ( & 9 * , 4 7 . * 8 ' & 8 * ) 4 3 + & 9 ( 4 3 9 * 3 9 4 7 * = & 2 5 1 * , 7 * * 3 + 4 7 ' 7 4 ( ( 4 1 . 4 7 & 5 5 1 * 8 > * 1 1 4 < + 4 7 1 * & 3 2 * & 9 8 & 3 ) 7 * ) + 4 7 2 4 7 * + & 9 9 * 3 . 3 , + 4 4 ) 8 8 : ( & 8 5 . ? ? & 4 7 & & 2 ' : 7 , * 7 : 7 . 3 , 9 * 5 7 4 , 7 & 2 ( 4 : 3 8 * 1 4 7 8 < 4 7 0 < . 9 ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 & 3 ) + & 2 . 1 . * 8 4 3 . 3 ) . ; . ) : & 1 , 4 & 1 8 & 3 ) * 3 ( 4 : 7 & , * 9 * 2 9 4 ( : 9 ' & ( 0 4 3 9 * 3 : 2 ' * 7 4 + 7 * ) + 4 4 ) 8 9 * > * & 9 A ! * 1 & 8 9 9 . 3 , > 4 : < & 3 9 9 4 ) 4 . 8 ' & ) , * 7 0 . ) 8 . 3 9 4 2 & 0 . 3 , ( & 3 , * 8 B 8 & > 8 & 3 . ( 0 * < 4 8 * 8 9 : ) > < . 9 + & 2 . 1 . * 8 . 3 7 : 7 & 1 & 7 * & 8 * = & 2 . 3 * 8 < * 9 * 7 . 3 ( 1 : ) . 3 , ' 4 9 9 * 5 & 7 * 3 9 & 3 ) ( . 1 ) . 3 , 7 4 : 5 9 7 * & 9 2 * 3 9 1 * & ) 8 9 4 2 4 7 * ( & 3 , * 8 . 3 9 * ( . 1 ) 8 ) . * 9 & 3 ) * = * 7 ( . 8 * & ' . 9 8 ( 4 2 5 & 7 * ) 9 4 < 4 7 0 . 3 , 4 3 1 > < . 9 5 & 7 * 3 9 8 A ! . 8 . 8 8 4 2 * 9 . 3 , 9 & 9 8 , 4 . 3 , 9 4 9 & 0 * & 1 4 3 , 9 . 2 * $ * ) 4 3 9 < & 3 9 9 4 5 : 8 ) 7 & 2 & 9 . ( 1 & 7 , * 8 ( & 1 * ( & 3 , * 8 & 1 1 & 9 4 3 ( * ' * ( & : 8 * 9 4 8 * 9 . 3 , 8 ) 4 3 9 1 & 8 9 & 3 ) 0 . ) 8 7 * 8 . 8 9 $ * < & 3 9 5 & 7 * 3 9 8 9 4 7 * & 1 1 > ' * 5 4 8 . 9 . ; * & 3 ) < 4 7 0 < . 9 0 . ) 8 & 3 ) 2 * * 9 9 * 2 < * 7 * 9 * > & 7 * B . 1 ; * 7 8 9 * . 3 & 8 4 9 * 7 , 4 & 1 8 8 * 8 ' * * 3 9 . 3 0 . 3 , & ' 4 : 9 + 4 7 & < . 1 * 9 4 4 * ) 1 . 0 * 9 4 8 9 & 7 9 7 * 9 7 * & 9 8 8 . 2 . 1 & 7 9 4 9 * 4 3 * 8 * 1 ) + 4 7 ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 < . 9 9 > 5 * ) . & ' * 9 * 8 9 4 * 1 5 + & 2 . 1 . * 8 ' & 9 9 1 * 4 ' * 8 . 9 > 8 5 & 7 9 4 + & , 7 4 : 5 9 & 9 7 * ( * 3 9 1 > * 1 5 * ) . 2 5 7 4 ; * 3 : 9 7 . 9 . 4 3 & 1 8 9 & 3 ) & 7 ) 8 . 3 1 4 ( & 1 8 ( 4 4 1 8 . 1 ; * 7 8 9 * . 3 . 8 . 3 ; 4 1 ; * ) . 3 & 3 * < , 7 4 : 5 9 & 9 < & 3 9 8 9 4 ( 4 3 9 . 3 : * 9 4 * 1 5 8 ( 4 4 1 < * 1 1 3 * 8 8 ( 4 2 2 . 9 9 * * 8 < . 9 5 7 4 , 7 & 2 8 & . 2 * ) & 9 0 * * 5 . 3 , 0 . ) 8 * & 1 9 > ! * , 7 4 : 5 & 1 8 4 < & 3 9 8 9 4 < 4 7 0 < . 9 4 9 * 7 1 4 ( & 1 & , * 3 ( . * 8 9 4 * 8 9 & ' 1 . 8 & + 9 * 7 8 ( 4 4 1 5 7 4 , 7 & 2 8 9 & 9 , * 9 0 . ) 8 4 + + 9 * ( 4 : ( A 3 & ( 9 . ; . 9 > . 8 & : , * 5 . * ( * 4 + 9 * 5 : ? ? 1 * B . 1 ; * 7 8 9 * . 3 8 & > 8 A % 4 : ( & 3 9 ) 4 . 9 < . 9 + 4 4 ) & 1 4 3 * B : 9 " 7 * 8 * & 7 ( * 7 8 & 7 * 3 9 8 4 1 * 1 > + 4 ( : 8 * ) 4 3 * 1 5 . 3 , ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 9 * 7 " 7 * 8 * & 7 ( * 7 8 & 7 * 9 7 > . 3 , 9 4 + . 3 ) < & > 8 9 4 5 7 * ; * 3 9 4 ' * 8 . 9 > & 3 ) ' & 9 9 1 * . 9 . 3 5 * 4 5 1 * < 4 & 7 * , * 3 * 9 . ( & 1 1 > 5 7 * ) . 8 5 4 8 * ) 9 4 . 9 1 . 0 * 9 4 8 * < 4 & ; * 7 & ) * 7 $ . 1 1 . 8 > 3 ) 7 4 2 * 4 7 * & 7 1 > 4 3 8 * 9 2 4 7 ' . ) 4 ' * 8 . 9 > & 7 7 . * & 8 0 * 1 1 : * ; & 3 4 & 3 & 8 8 4 ( . & 9 * 5 7 4 + * 8 8 4 7 4 + 2 * ) . ( . 3 & 1 ( * 2 . 8 9 7 > . 3 9 * 4 1 1 * , * 4 + & 7 2 & ( > . 8 < 4 7 0 . 3 , 4 3 ) . 8 ( 4 ; * 7 . 3 , < & 9 ( & : 8 * 8 & , * 3 * 9 4 , 4 & < 7 > . 3 & ' 4 : 9 f 5 * 7 ( * 3 9 4 + 2 4 7 ' . ) 1 > 4 ' * 8 * & ) : 1 9 8 & 3 ) ( . 1 ) 7 * 3 9 & 9 5 7 * ; * 3 9 8 9 * 2 + 7 4 2 * ; * 7 + * * 1 . 3 , + : 1 1 8 9 : ) > 8 * & 3 ) 4 9 * 7 8 . 3 * 7 1 & ' ( 4 2 5 1 * 9 * ) 1 & 8 9 > * & 7 8 4 < 8 9 & 9 2 : 9 & 9 . 4 3 8 4 + 9 * 2 * 1 & 3 4 ( 4 7 9 . 3 n 7 * ( * 5 9 4 7 & , * 3 * . 3 ' 7 & . 3 ( * 1 1 8 9 & 9 5 1 & > 8 & 7 4 1 * . 3 7 * , : 1 & 9 . 3 , : 3 , * 7 ( & : 8 * . 9 9 4 2 . 8 8 8 . , 3 & 1 8 9 & 9 9 * 1 1 9 * ' 4 ) > 9 4 8 9 4 5 * & 9 . 3 , ! . 8 ) . 8 ( 4 ; * 7 > 5 1 & ( * ) 8 ( . * 3 9 . 8 9 8 & 8 9 * 5 ( 1 4 8 * 7 9 4 + . 3 ) . 3 , & 9 7 * & 9 2 * 3 9 + 4 7 9 . 8 ) * + * ( 9 A + ( & 3 * 1 5 . 2 5 7 4 ; * 9 * 6 : & 1 . 9 > 4 + 1 . + * + 4 7 5 * 4 5 1 * * 8 5 * ( . & 1 1 > + 4 7 0 . ) 8 9 * 3 . 9 8 7 * & 1 1 > * = ( . 9 . 3 , B & 8 0 * 1 1 : * ; & 3 4 8 & > 8 A ! & 9 8 < & 9 < * 7 * 9 7 > . 3 , 9 4 < 4 7 0 4 3 B . 2 ' * 7 1 > 8 2 & . 3 2 4 9 . ; & 9 . 4 3 9 4 8 9 . ( 0 < . 9 9 * ( & 3 , * 8 & 8 & ( 9 : & 1 1 > ' * * 3 * 7 ( 1 4 9 * 8 * 7 2 4 9 * 7 & ) ) * ) 8 * 7 < & . 8 9 1 . 3 * 8 7 . 3 0 8 * 7 < & 7 ) 7 4 ' * * = 5 & 3 ) 8 8 * ( & 3 3 4 < + . 9 . 3 9 4 & 1 4 9 4 + * 7 4 1 ) ( 1 4 9 * 8 4 3 9 . 3 : * ) 7 4 2 & , * b f t r t n t b

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