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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00143
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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By DEBORAH Bl)CKHALTER
FLOODA\ Swine WRn ER
Circuit Judge Bill Wright is
scheduled on Friday morning to
hear shs. :n..ti..o for retrial filed
by Wesley Jonathan Williams'
defense attorney, Walter Smith.
Earlier this inanth, Williams
was convicted on four counts of
first degree murder, and, three
counts of aggravated child abuse.
The charges stem from the deaths
of his ex-girlfrichd Danielle
Baker and her three young sons.
Baker was shot to death and the
boys were suffocated by the duct
tape used to bind them.
Smith asked for a retrial a little
less than two weeks after the Oct.
2 convictions.
He said at the time he would be
focusing on what he felt was the
overall weakness of the state's
case when he presents his argu-
ment to Wright.
The state has filed a point-by-
point response to the motion for
new trial.
It appeared at one point that
- Williams" current girlfriend,
Bridgette Kelly, might have pro-
vided some additional fuel for the
re-trial argument. But Smith said
See RETRIAL, Page 5A >


This may be one of the last
weekend opportunities local resi-
dents will have to dump their
junk for free. The county has
tried, in recent years, to open the
center on Saturdays twice a year.
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Income is taken into .account when
determining the monthly premium, but
Davis said for the "vast majority, the pre-
mium is either going to be on the low end,
if there's a charge at all."
Davis said applying for the insurance is
simple, and does not obligate the applicant
to take it if approved for coverage.
"It's a really, really simple form to fill
out, and if you go through the process, get
approved and then decide you can't afford
it, you can always turn it down," she
advised. "We really think there are a lot
more kids out there who are falling
through the cracks because their parents
ai-e giving up before they start. We want to
help."
Healthy Start is using the Halloween
holiday to launch a second round of out-
reach to the community in this effort.
"We're going to try to go to a lot of the
events being held for children on and
around Oct. 31," Davis said. "We'll have
staff at as many of the events as we can get
,to. We're giving out Florida KidCare
toothbrushes to help out in the aftermath
of all that candy, and we'll have some
other goodies there, too."
She said the main goal is to encourage
parents to at least try to get qualified for
the Florida KidCare program. The theme
for this Halloween campaign will be
something along the lines of, "It's scary to
be. without insurance coverage for your
child."
Davis said children enrolled in the pro-
gram can choose from a list of doctors
wh6 participate, and most of the physi-
cians in this area have signed ob.


By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Floumis STAFF WRETER
Chipola Healthy Start is trying to get
more parents involved in-Florida KidCare,
a low-cost insurance for children 19 years
of age and younger,
Despite a big sign-up day just before the
start of the school year, Healthy Start
providers believe there are many who did-
nt take advantage of it. At that event, only
58 people completed applications and fol-
lowed through to obtain coverage,
although almost 300 picked up applica-
nons.
The organization estimates 5,466 chil-
dren in Jackson, Holmes, Liberty. Calhoun
and Washington counties could qualify,-
with the largest concentration in Jackson
County.
Katrice Davis, a community outreach
representative of the organization, thinks.
she may know why the sign-up was so
sparse.
"I think a lot of people are out there who
need it, but don't think they can qualify
and just don't appli." Davis said. "We
don't want theni to be scared away think-
ing that. Most people whose children do
not receive Medicaid and who can't afford
private insurance xor the program offered
by their employers can qualify."
According to Davis, the majority of the
people enrolled in the program pay noth-
mg.
The premiums start from $15, up to
$159 a month, "which is'still pretty good
for dental. vision, and regular doctor vis-
its, and when emergencies arise," she said.


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Jackson County accepts
. urtwanted appliances and some-
. what hazardous materials year-
rolind during the week, and free
of charge. But the county's recy-
cling center will remain open this
Saturday morning to give regi-
dents a chance to get rid of these
items on theaveekend.
The materials will be accepted
from 8 a.m. tintil.noon Saturday,
Oct. 24 at the recycling center in
the Marianna Industrial Park.
Old computers, pesticides, bat-
teries, stale gasoline, anti-freeze,
pool chemicals, j>aint, thinners,
used oil and solvents are, some
examples of the materials that
will be accepted.
About the only exception is
tires, Jacksori County Parks and
. Recreation Director Chuck
Hatcher said. Those are rarely
accepted throtigh the county, he
said, and will not be taken
Saturday. .
In addition to hazardous waste,
old refrigerators, stoves and other
appliances will also be taken.


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Murder and
robbery suspect
Toriano Grant
was returned to
Jackson County
Tuesday evening
to face charges. Toriano.
Grant, 24, was Grant
captured last
Friday by authorities in
Enterprise, Ala., who- reported
he was found hiding in an attic
of an unoccupied dwelling .
there. He was apprehended
with his girlfriend, Trina
Bellamy, 21, who was also
returned to Marianna to face an
affraycharge.
He arrived at the Jackson
County jail just before 8 p.m.
See FUGITIVE, Page SA)


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"It's basically a one-stop center
on Saturday," Hatcher silid.
Hazardous materials tied applic
ance.are normally accpeted by
the county Monday through
Thursday from 9 a.m. until 2
p.m.,.and on Fridays from 9 a.m.
until itoon.


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A 29-year-old
Grand Ridge man
is missing and may
be it danger
because of his
health.
He suffers from
seizures and Kenneth
swelling of the Haley
brain if he does not
take his medication daily.
Kenneth Lavearn Haley III was
last seen by his mother at around
10 p.m. Tuesday after they
returned home from watching a
play at a church in Marianna.
Haley has brown hair and blue
eyes, and has a long surgical sc"
See MISSING, Page 5A >


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Panama City Low 11.34 AM High 12:00 AM
Apalachicola Low 1:39 PM High 5:07 AM
Port St. Joe Low 11:00 AM High 12:00 AM
Destiny Low 12:11 PM High -.12:18 AM
Pensacola Low 12:45 PM High 12:51 AM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 50.07 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 12.87 ft. 15.0 ft.
Mariatina 6.90 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 6.50 ft. 12.0 ft.


POLICE ROUNDUP


Community Calendar


'2A Thursday, October 22, 2009 Jackson County Floridan


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MEDIA
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LISTEN FOR HOURLY


The East Jackson County Economic
Development Council will have a ribbon
cutting/grand opening for Barn Nanny's
Feed & Supply, 6896 Highway 90 in Grand
Ridge, 12-4 p.m., with door prizes and dis-
counts on feeds. The noon ribbon cutting
will be followed by free hot dogs and
drinks. Call 592-2276.
*TheMarianna0ptimistYouthProgram
Golf Tournament (ages 7-18 only) is at
-Indian Spridgs Golf Course, 1 p.m. tee-off.
Call 557-3481.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open .
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., IVIarianna: Meet in the AA
room.
Florida Caverns State Park, friends of
the Park and the Tallahassee Astronomical
Society present Astronomy Night at the
Park. Learn more about stars, planets and
other heavenly bodies at 6 p.m. Telescopes
will be set up. Call 526-2484.
.* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts The Gathering Place for Single Adults
(50 and up), 6 p.m. every fourth Saturday
of the month at Jim's Buffet and:Grill, with
music, activities and speakers. Love offer-
ings accepted;'proceeds go to area charita-
ble projects/organizations. Call 526-4561.
October25-qunday
-*1 Can Grow Ms. presents Fall Farm Days
through Oct. 31 Monday-Satprday, 9
a.m: to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk
- at Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview
Road in Cotton dale. Daily: Apple bobbing,
orchard tours (school/thurch. groups wel-
come). Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing,
cider making demos, barbeque and other
vendors, horse drawn wagon rides ($10;
children under 2 .free) and tractor pulled
hay rides ($7; children under 2 free). Call
352-4879.
The St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fine
Arts Series presents classical pianist
James Matthews in concert, 4 p.m. at the
church in downtown Marianna. A meet-
the-artist reception follows. Donations
accepted for the fine arts series.
October/26 Monday
F.M. Golson- Elementary School
Advisory Council meeting,.5:30 p:ms at the
school. Call 482-9607.
The Project.Graduation meeting in the
Marianna Hfgh School Media Centerstarts
at5:30 p.m. Call 573-2049.
Alcoholics Anonymous has.an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
toom,


Homecoming parade and attend the
Homecoming football game Oct. 23; and
attend a social gathering at The Compass
Lake. Lodge on Oct. 24. For details and
reservations, call 850-814-1771.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and-hang-ups in a safe environment" every
Friday at.Evantjel Worship Center, 2645.
. Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for
first-time guests); meeting at 7 p.m., with
praise and live worship music, testimonies
and fellowship. Child care available. Call
209-7856 of 573-1131.. .
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays,.8 to 9 p.m., United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marialina. Meet in the AA room.
October 24 Saturday .
The Marianna Woman's Club hosts an
indoor yard sale and bake sale, 7 a.m. tq
noon at its clubhouse on the corner of
Clinton and Caledonia streets, to raise
money for club projects. Call 482-7933 or
482-7565.
Household Hazardous Waste Day is 8
a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Recycling Center in
Marianna Industrial Park. -Homeowners,
county school board, local governments,
small farm operations, and some commer-
ciallindustrial businesses can get rid of
hazardous materials such as pesticides,
batteries, stale gasoline, anti-freeze, pool
chemicals, paidt, thinners, used oil, sol-
vents and electronics. Call 718-0437. .
A car wash benefitting the' March of
Dimes starts at 8 a.m. in the Buger King
parking lot near Iriterstate 10 in Marianna.
Call 526-5128.-
The Fire and Iron Station 202 Benefit
Poker Run for Thia Perez kicks off at Ruby
Tuesday's near Interstate-10 in Marianna.
Registration at 8 a.m., stands up at 9 a.m.;
last bike out at 10 a.m. Meal served at
Cypress Cove in Chattahoochee. Prizes for
best hand, worst 11and, joker p(ize draw
and 50/50 split. Fee: $20 per rider, $10 per
passenger. Proceeds help with medical
expenses incurred after five-year-old Thia
was injured by a horse. Gall 209-7827 or e-
mail station202forum@yahoo.com.
The Family Support Group fundraiser
starts at 11.a.m. in front ofWinn Dixie in
Marianna. Various food items for sale, to
aid community support efforts.
The annual Apalachee Correctional
Institution Employee Reunion, for employ-
eesandwidowsofAClemployees(1.951-
1968), starts at 10:30 a.m. at the home of
Earl and Claudia Pettis, 2083 Wolfe Ave.,
Sneads. Lunch will be served. Call 593-
6105,


October 22 Thursday
The regular meeting of the Jackson
COUllty Library Board is at 3 p:m. in the
COUnty COmmiSSIOn Chambers. Agenda
includes memorial funds, volunteer pro-
gram, book weeding project.
Marianna f-ligh School's Buildog QIast
community homecoming pep rally is 6
p.m. at the MHS gymnasium, featuring
show choir, chorus, cheerleaders, MHS
band, danceline, and flag core performanc-
es. Bulldog Fototball Plays of the Week will
be awarded. Admission. $3.
A public meeting to discuss the forma-
tionof theACFStakeholdersorganization,
8 gf0up aimed at resolving the ACF River
Basin "water wars" starts at 6 p.m. in the
West Florida Electric Codperative in
Sneads. Call 653-8936.
The East JacksonCounty Relay for Life
kickoff meeting is 6 p.m. at the West
Florida Electric office.
Panhandle Seminole Club FSU football
game watching party, 6:30 p.m. Upstairs at
the Russ House. Cost: $5 for club mem-
bers (includes food, beverage); $7 for non-
members; and free to new members join-:
ing at the event. -
Today is the application deadline for
WIRED computer scholarships at thipola
CO 1996 fOr Spring semester. Scholarships
are available for computer sciendsand
infOrmation technology. Call 718-2342 or
526-2761, or e-mail hartzogg@chipola.edu
Or burnsn@chipola.edu.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursdays-for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the
AA Foom. Attendance is limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking. -
October 23 Friday
The Jackson Cou-nty Chamber of
Commerce conducts a ribbon cutting cere-
010ny at 11:30 a.m. for Affordable Alcohol
& Drug Testing, 2963-A Milton Ave.,
Marianna. A free cookout follows. Call
482-8060. .
-The Marianna High School
Homecoming Parade begins at 3 p.m
(line-Up, 2 p.m. on Daniels Street). To join
the .. . parade, e-mail
debbie.dryden@jcsb.org or call 482-9605,
ext. 252 by Thursday; Oct. 22. Viewers
may line U.S. Highway 90 from Daniels to
Madison Street. Homecoming football
kicks off at 7 p.m when the MHS Bulldegs
host the Chipley Tigers. Pre-game float
awards and coronation begin at 6 p.m.
The IVIarianna High School Class; pf
1969's 40th Reunion is this weekend.
Graduates will participate in the MHS


MARIANNA POLICE
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Trina Bellamy, 21,
4112 Cedar St., Marianna,
affray.
Louis Turner, 20,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Apt. A3, Mitrianna, fail-
ure to appear (battery
domestic violence).
JAIL POPULATION:
243
To report- a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
- To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


JACKSON COUNTY
. SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The. Jackson. County
Sheriff"s Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 20, the latest available
report: Four .alarms, one
animal complaint, one
criminal mischief com-
plairit, four domestic vio-
lence complaints, two
escorts, four public service
calls, five suspicious inci-
dents,. two threats, three
traffic accidents, four traf-
fic stops, one transport,
twotrespassingcomplaints
and seven warrant arrests.
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.JACKSON.COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL.
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting.periods:
Marvin Howerlin, 39,
4960 Trialor Park Drive,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or
revoked (habitual offend-
er).
Robert K6stovic, 28,
6329 Blue Arrow Drive,
Marianna, violation of
probation.(driving while
license suspended/


revoked), failure to
appear (no valid driver's
license).
Harry Parker, 33,
2404 Jefferson Road,
Tallahassee, burglary of a
structure, grand theft.
James Corbitt, 46,
3870 Highway 2,
Graceville, order to show
cause-violation of condi-
tional release.
-- Tina Knight, 27, 2933
Tracy Road, Marianna,
worthless check.
. Toriano Grant; 24,
4101 Clay St., Marianna,
niurder, robbery.


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STATE HOUSING INITIATIVE -
PROGRAM (S.H.I.P) OPPORTUNITIES
ADMINISTEREDBYJACKSONCOUNTY.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HOUSING DEPARTMENT

HOUSING REHABILITATION/REPAIRS
Jackson County Housii1g Department is a recipient of SHIP Rehabilita-
tion Moiley and has funding available in the amount of $ 57,830.29 for
Fiscal Year 08-09. The Housing Department will take applications for the
SHIP Rehabilitation/Repair progranton ti first come and first serve basis
on November 5, 2009, 8:30 AM, at the County Admii1istration Building
located at 2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL. Thereafter, applications are
to be made.at the Housing Department located at 4487 Lafayette Street,
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Marianna, FL 32446. Questions regarding the program should be di-
rected to the Housing Department at 850-482-9083.
All applicants should provide, at time of application, identification and
proof of income, including any Assistance and/or child support.
Applications will continue to be-taken for a period of 30 days or until all
funds are encumbered, whichever colimes first.

DOWNPAYMEN'I' ASSISTANCE
Jackson County Housing Department is a recipient of the Florida Home-
buyer Opportunity Program and has funding available in the amount of
$192,873.18 for Fiscal Year 09-10. The Housing Department will be
take applications for the Florida Homebtlyer Opportunity Program on a
first come and first serve basis on November 5, 2009, 8:30 AM, at the
County Administration Building located at 2864 Madison St., Marianna,
FL. Thereafter, applications are to be made at the Housing Department
located at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32446. Questions re-
garding the prograin should be directed to the Housing Department at
850-482-9083
All applicants should provide, at tiltle of application, identification and
proof Of income, including any assistance and/or child support.
Applications will continue to be taken for a period of 30 days at until all
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Law enforcement and correctional officers from as far away as New York and New Mexico recently completed
Chipola College's Equivalency of Training course. The Chipola Criminal Justice Training Center offers EOT for for-
merly certified Florida law enforcement or correctional officers,.or for those certified in other dates. Pictured from
left, front row, are corrections students Helen Brettelle of New Mexico, Rashel Coatney of Sunny Hills, Clarence
Franklin Ill of Birmingham, Brenda Gilbert of Milton, Willie Holmes Jr. of Louisville, Ala.; second row, law enforce-
ment students William Ball of New York, Kenneth Blackmar Ill of Okaloosa County, Anthony Bosworth of
Massachusetts, Travis Clemons of Orlando, lan Conway of New Mexico, Caleb Davidson of Florala, Ala.; third
row, Brandon Geisler of South Carolina, Joshua Germann of Valdosta, G.a., Stanley Griggs of Ft. Walton Beach,
Joshua Hanzlik of Hinesville, Ga., Timothy Hatter of Tennessee, Anthony James of Midway; back row, Jerry
Justice of Ohio, Charles McFall of Ft. Walton, Allen Markley of Glenn St. Mary, Jodie Maxim of Ohio, Mark
Savage of Panama City, Michell Schinbeler of Niceville, Roxanne Sparacello. of Panama City Beach, Richard
Strong of Hurlburt Field, and Robert Rizzotto of New York. Febr information, contact Steve Anderson, 718-2479,
e-mail andersons@chipola.edu, or fax requests to 718-2497. Contributed Photo


David Cumbie, ri ht, r resenting Marianna
Toyota as Partners or Exce nee in Education for
Diversified Career Technology (DCT), is shown re.
sending Sarah Mathis, left, a check for DCT Student
of the Month at Marianna High School. Sarah is
employed as a bab sitter for Anna Brunner. She is
a senior and is the daughter of Ronald and
Deborah Mathis. Contributed photo


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Cub Scouts in Pack 170 continued to
work on their building projects on Oct. 16,
during their weekly meeting at the First
Presbyterian Church.
Skilled carpenters Billy Nix and Steven
Weeks once again donated their time and
talents to help the Scouts learn how to


Safely and properly use power tools,
including an electric jig saw and a nail
gun. The. finished products large tool-
boxes are special items that the Scouts
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8nd ur Nov9 2al atll60
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us, said Joan Stadskley,
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Performing Arts.
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other information will be
available beginning Oct. 12
for pick-up in the Music
Office in the Fine Arts
Building.
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ori the right side of his neck. He is She said she doesn't believe he left "Just call. We're not upset, we're
roughly 6 feet tall. He weighs about upset, although he was going through not mad. You can come home, we're
210 pounds. He may be wearing a a divorce. She said that, when she waiting on you," she said. "If you
light blue denim jacket and blue or talked to him Tuesday, he seemed don't want to come home, pst call
black jeans. He may be traveling with calm about that although he was qui- and let us know you're OK."
a black and white Boston Terrier eter than usual; Yoemans said she would also
named Mo Mo. 'He didn't take his ATM card, but appreciate the public's help. Yoemans
Anyone who may have seen Haley his. keys were missing. She said it asked that her cell phone number be
is asked to call the Jackson County doesn't make sense for him to have published in case her son needs the'
Sheriff's Office at 482-9648. .left on foot when he had the ATV. He reminder. It is 573-7684.
Local investigators spend the better doesn't drive an on-road vehicle Yoemans is the pastor of Marianna
part of the day looking for Haley because of his seizures, she said. Community Church on south Milton
Tuesday, but to. no avail. On His medical condition is her chief Avenue m Marianna.
Wednesday, the sheriffs office issued concern. Without his medicine, he She said she, her son and some
a news release, asking for the public's could die, she said. members of the church went to see
help in finding him. Haley is not in Yoemans said she allministers "Heavens Gate, Hell's Flames, a
any trouble with the law and is free to Haley's medicine herself and knows drama at Eastside Baptist Church, on
conie and go as he pleases, but his for certain he had none on him. Tuesday night. Haley is the youth
family is concerned. Once the indication is out of his pastor at her church, and that mght,
His mother, Carmen Yoemans, said system for 48 hours, seizures and he rode the church bus with the driv-
he goes by Kenneth or Bubba, and brain swelling become highly likely, er to take home all the children who
that he is not one to simply wander she said. had come with their group to the play.
away. She fears he has come to harm. Also, she. said, without his medi- He finished the route and got (n the
"He's never wandered off, that's cine his merital faculties could suffer. truck with his mother at Eastside.
what I'm trying to tell everybody," He could become disoriented, con- They stopped by Wendy"s for ham-
Yoemans said Wednesday. fused and night not be able to func- burgers, she said, then came home to
"Something has happened.to my son, tion as well as he does withwhen he's Grand Ridge around 10 p.m.
It's like he vanished iIito thin air." taking his medicine regularly. "He got out of the truck and went
She cited one unusual circum- For instance, he might not be able to his trader right beside my hoine.
stance at his home. to read and navigate his surroundings He said, 'Goodmght mama,' told me
He lives next door to.her and has a as well as he normally can and might he loved me and would see me m the
Gator ATV. When she went to his not be able to find his way home ifhe mornitig," Yoemans recalled.
home Wednesday morning, she found gets out of the immediate area. Yoemans said her son is a very
that the seat of the ATV had beeti torn Yoemans issued a plea she hopes friendly-person who "doesn't meet a
away. her son will receive. . stranger"


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75, was beaten outside his
home Sept. 15.
Delk died Sept. 24, sev-
eral days after the fxrst three
were arrested. Their
charges may be upgraded,
according to Cottondald
Police Chief William
Watford, who said the state
attorney's office has control
of the charging decision.


Tuesday night, and is being
held there without bond.
Grant is one of four men
accused in a beating that
led to the death of an elder-
ly Cottondale man last
month.
The other suspects were
arrested on charges of rob-
bery and attempted murder
two days after Albert Delk,


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Daniel Alvill
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' ,Mr..Daniel Alvin.Allen
Sr., 82, born iix Tackson
County, and residing in
Chattahoochee since 1947,
passed away Oct. 20, 2009,
in Tallahassee, after a
lengthyillness.
He had retired as a niral
carrier with the U.S. Postal
Service ir\ Chattahoochee
after 40 years. He was a
member of the First Baptist
Church in Chattahbothee
and \ an Army veteran of
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Robert Johns will officiate.
Family will lovingly ac-
cept flowers, or those wish-
ing niay.make donations to
Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Center Blvd., Talla-
hassee, FL 32308.
Ladier-Andler Funeral
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Sgt. Frank Wesley Travis,
6 oflTallOahassee, 2di it
Gaine le.will be 1 p.m.
CDT Saturday, Oct. 24, at

aepti C trecrh e
with military honors burial
at St. Peter Cemetery
(Travis family plot) in
S d
n es.family will receive
friends 1 to 4 p.m. CDT Fri-
day, Oct. 23, at Bradwell
Mortuaryin Quincy.
He is suririved -by his
mother Shirley Jean Travis-
Pollock of Sneads; sisters
Meridith Lillian Washing-
ton (Avery) of Chicago,
Mattie Ruth Brown
(Charles) of Greensboro,
and Penny Devorah Mur-
ray of Jacksonville, broth-
ers the Rev. Dr. Harris R.
Travis (Georgia) of Mariet-
tray f H ah
Wis., and Hilliard Earnest
1(Vendell aChiua(ao'
(Martin) of Tallahassee;
and a host of nieces, neph-
ews, cousins and friends,
including a special doctor,
Dr. Mary Watson of Gain-
esville.


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ic ree lin mandate Wendw tb Au Allen is survived by
service." his wifeHof 61 yeps, Virgin
The county service has an award- hattahoochee o sono
n track eco 6 as2 sta dD niel IAllen Jr.dan o
Most Improved in 2009. Ti Ti Allb)1 of
With the state fundmg still uncer- Stmothystinem s ster, Alice
tain, Hatcher has made some mirior 1. Po 11 of Grand Rid e; a
adjustments. 8
For instance, the buyback program brother, afayette Allen
for paper and plastics has now ended attal oc ee a s r-in-
because the market for those items 1 Hel All f G d
cropped, Hatcher said. a lej r dohil enn;
The county still buys aluminum six ge eat randchildren-
cans, but at a lowei- price than initial- and n er s nieces and
ly. The chailge reflects a drop in mar h
ket prices, Hatcher said. The county neHeewwas' receded in
used to pay 50 cents a pound for these death by his parents, Tho-
items, but dropped it to 25 cents for if A dL M. Alle
time. It's back up to 30 cents now. mTro en, R fdse A. Alle
and a grandson, Jeremy Al-


ed taff to bank most of those barn-
As a result, the program has stashed
about $438,000 that it can use in this
lean year and the one that may be
Hatcher is cautiously optimistic that
the recycling btidget will' be shored
back up as the economy comes out of
recession. He wouldix't speculate at
length about what would happen if the
grant doesn't increase by fiscal year
2011-2012, but did say the county has
committed to place sany displaced
employees in other positions, ifsthe
program were to shrnik significant@.
"I can't see recycling gomg away,
Hatcher said. "The need for recycling
has not diminished, the staff is busy
all the time, and Governor (Charlie)
Crist has put in statute a pretty signif-


ch riouls1 thbudget restraints may
Ha her said another Buch day will
likely be held next April, but the pro-
gram wtill hhkely be confined to week-
He attributed that possible cutback
and others underway or on the hori-
zon to a severe cut in state recycling
funding .
The grant which fluids most of the
recycling program was cut from
$277,000 to $78,865 for the 2009-
2010 birdget year.
Because of the county's foresight,
however, the program has been able to
operate at nearly the same level as
before. As the program* collected
money, it made money on selling alu-
minum and other recyclables in better
years, the county commission direct-


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MMS coach

Bullpups' first two possessions.
A Jonathan Sikes pass to Derrick
Knpwles and a McAroy run provid-
ed the two-point conversions for a
16-0 lead' '
Jock Wooden scored frorn 14
yards out early in the second quar-
ter for a 22-0 edge. He then scored
again from 26 yards out later m the
period..
Knowles converted the two for a
30-0 lead, then Wooden scored his
third touchdown from 19 yards out.
Sikes found Kyle Tanner for the
conversion and a 38-0 advantage.
MMS led 38-6 at halftime and
got TD runs .of 38 and 55 yards
from Knowles m the second half to
round out the scoring.


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BYDUSTINKENT
FLORIDAN SPorrs EDITOR
Former Marianna Bulldogs
coach Rob Armstrong will make
his return to Bulldog Stadium
Friday night tp face his old team.
Armstrong's Chipley Tigers (2-
4, 0-1 in district play) will- try to
pull the upset in a game with
major ppstseason implications.
The Tigers need to win to keep
their postseason hopes alive.
Marianna (4-3, 1-1 in district)
can clinch a playoff spot with a
win, and a Walton loss Friday
bright to Pensacola Catholic.
In two seasons from 2007-(18,
Armstrong coached the Bulldogs
to 15 wins and a pair of playoff
appearances, before taking the
Chipley job early this summer.
The Tigers'.coach said he was
looking forward to facing his old

ms. excited c utab
W s ay. s' e w d
days of practice (Monday and
Tuesday), and we feel good about
hdow'rfa lina eafethr ph\vbat
of the game.


"The other side of that is they
should be familiar with what
we're doing, as well."
First-year Bulldogs coach
Steve DeWitt was Armstiong's
offensive 'coordinator before tak-
in the head job after
Armstrong's departure.
The Bulldogs still employ the
wing-T that Armstrong brought
to Marianna two seasons .ago.
The former Marianna coach said
he has been impressed with how
the current coach has continued
to make it an effective attack.
"Obviously, coach DeWitt did
a great job for us the last two
years and has done a great job
this year," Armstrong said.
"Against Pensacola Catholic, the
plan .they had' on offense was
Very good, and we couldn't move
it an inch on them last year.
"They've done a good job

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Bulldogs rebounded last week
with an impressive 42-24 tri-
umph over the previously unde-
See RETURN, Page 2B >


Chipley's Colby Hartzog looks to make a* play during a game
against the Cottondale Hornets in Cottondale earlier this -season.
TEe .Tigers take on the Marianna Bulldogs Friday night in
Marianna. FIondan File Photo


BY DUSTIN KENT
FooRIDAN SPORTs EDITOR -
The Marianna Middle School
Bullpups completes) their third
undefeated reguhir season in four
years Tuesday night with a 50-6
win over Florida High in
Tallahassee.
The Bullpups dominated in their
typical fashion, piling up 295 rush-
ing yards and smothering its oppo-
nent's offense, limitmg Florida
High to just 34 total yards.
MMS can fimsh off the undefeat-
ed season with a win.over Jefferson
County iix the bowl game Sept. 29
in Monticello.
Bullpups coach Hunter Nolen
said he was very happy with how
his team played after an uneven
performance in its 28-8 victory,
over Wakolla Oct. 15.
"We bounced back from that
debacle last week," the coach said.
"On our first three possessions
(Tuesday night), we drove it right
down the field and scored. I think
that set the tone for the game."
Shaundre McAroy scored from
10 and 72 yards out on the


It was a fitting end to a regular
season, which saw the Bullpups
consistently dominate their oppo-
nents en route to a perfect record.
"That's something we wanted to
.do this season, to go undefeated
and then play for the championship
in the bowl game," Nolen said.
"We just can't let up. We have a
Homecoming parade on Friday, but
next week we have to get back at it
and try to go 8-0 this year."
The Bullpups got 131 rushing
yards and two TDs from Knowles
Tuesday niaht. McAroy added 89
yards and two scores, and Wooden
contributed 74 yards and three
TDs.
The trio of McAroy, Wooden and
Knowles have combined for 2,336
mashing yards and 35 TDs for the
season.
No one has come closer than 16
points to the Bullpups this season,
with Jefferson County falling 28-
12 in the. season-opener, and
Roulhac falling 32-16 in the sec-
ond game- .
Since then, the Bullpups have
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road trip, but we're excit-
ed to get back out and
play under the lights
again."
The loss to Jefferson
County put Gottondale.at
0-2 in district, so if the
Hornets have any hopes
of getting back into the
district race, they'll need
to win Friday night and
win again against arch-
rival Graceville Nov. 6.
The time may never be
better for the Hornets
against a Rocky Bayou
team that.has lost its last
four games by an average
of 52 points.
"This is a good chance
to get a wip," Melvin
said. "It's a district game,
so we want to go over
there and play hard, cut
down on silly mistakes
and try to get the job
done." -
Melvin said his team
has handled the losing
admirably this season,
maintaining a positive
attitude and a strong
work ethic.
"It has really not been
hard (to keep the team
focused)," the coach said.
"The guys have had great
Attitudes. We really
haveil't had to fight that
at all.
"They've been there
and going hard at prac-
tice. That hasn't been an
uphill battle at all. The
guys have really worked
hard all year."


The Hornets opened
the season with a good
showing in a road loss to
Marianna.
However, the team was
hit by a flu bug, which it
battled for several weeks,
losing to Franklin
County, Maclay and
FAlVIU before finally get-
ting healthy again,
Melvin said that was
difficult for his team to
overcome.
"That really puts us
three weeks behind," the
coach said. That was a
tough, difficult time for
us. We worked to try to
get better each week, but
not having the same kids
out there every day made
it hard to get better. It put
lis way behind.
"It's been a chal}eng-
ing season..If you Idok at
the games, that really has
no reflection on -what the
team was going through
Monday through
Thursday.
"The kids did their best
to fight through it, but it
was definitely a chal-
lenge for them."
Although it has been a
trying year, Melvin said
there's still time to sal-
vage the season.
"Now is the chance to
get better," the coach
said. "We want the sen-
iors to go out winning.
We just have to work
hard, keep our heads up
and stay positive."


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
The Cottondale
Hornets will take another
shot at picking up 'their
first win Friday night in
Niceville against winless
Rocky Bayou.
The Hornets (0-6) are
coming off of a bye
week, following a 53-14
Homecoming loss to
Jefferson County-


Cottondale coach Mike
MelV1H Said the time off
has been good for his
team. .
"The open week came
at a great time for us," the
coach said. "We got
, everyone healed up and
well. We had a good open
week. Even being out of
school the first of this
week, we had tivo good
practices.
"It's going to be a long


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MARIANNA-The Chipola
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Johnson Health Center.
This purpose of the event is
to encourage students to do
their best in reading this school
year.
The Indians will put on a
show for the students, per-
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drills.
All students will be treated
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CHIPOLA LITTLE
INDIANS
Chipola Men's

Eng.0
Participants will learn'
fundamental skills, ball

$.du s ng as
tests led by Chipola
coaches and players.
The first session was
on
from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30
a.in., and Nov. 10, from 7
p.m. to 8 p.m.
Little Indians and all
children are invited to a
free. Haunted Hoops
event at 4 p.m. on Oct.
31. Little Indians will
perform during halftime
of a Chipola Indiaris
game. The $50 member-
ship fee includes two
free tickets to all horse
games, a Chipola basket-
ball t-shirt and a DVD of
the halftime perform-
ance. For information,
call assistant coach Brian
Steenhoek at 850-718-
2378, or email: steen-
hoekb@chipola.edu
Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
I g sotb lone boafsd
wil offer girls thC or-
tunity to play flag ot.
ball. Registration for
ages 6-13 will run
through Friday from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at The
Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Mariann The reogd al

Tb0 for Aos who live
inside the city limits of
Marianna, and $45 for
those who don't. The fee
is $45 for tackle leagues
for Marianna residents
arid $60 for those outside
the city. The fee must be
paid with a check or
money order. No cash
will be accepted:
Speelal registration
will be held at the MERE
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
today. All participants
uisit ng az f atof
The age of all partici-
pants on Nov. 1 of the
current year will be the
phiver's age for the
entire season.
CO r tinn
youth football pleas
0 011(S ot file $4 8 fl afin 8
R#CTPation 9618700011(
at.850-482-6228 or cbme
by during registration.
Golf Tournament
The 17th Aimual
Marianna Altrusa Club
Golf Tournament will be
held Friday at Indian
Springs Golf Course.
Registration will be at
dp wi c r
scranible modified
handic for 18 holeS
Costa $65 per person.
Proceeds from the tour-
nament endow Club
projects such as "Coats
I'or Kids," "ChristniaS
for Families," and
Chipola College nursing
scholarships. For more
info, contact Jay James at
526-3197 or Kathy
Milton at 482-7788.
Golf Tournament
Marianna Optimist
Youth Program will be
hostinSg a golf tourna-
me aCoaurindian
Tee time is 1 p.m. The
tourney is for ages 7-18

Tuta at 850-557-3481
Men's Flag Football'
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Mell's 7-on-7 Flag
Football League. Teams
may sign up at The
Marianna .Educational
and Recreational ExpO
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. The* registra-
tion fee of $350 is due
before the first contest.


The league will play a
10-game schedule with
pNINembe t leTwill
a managers/organization-
al meeting on Oct. 29 at
.6 p.m. at the MERE
COmplex. For more info,
pleasecontacttheMERE
at 850-482-6228.

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well as I do. But it's going to-be fun. I'm
looking'forward to it."
Armstrong said he has seen a noticeable
improvement from the Bulldogs since
early in the season, but the same could be
said for Chipley.
The Tigers started the season 0-3 before
shutting out Cottondale 20-0, dropping a ,
tough district game to Walton 24-14, then
rebounding with a 14-13 win over Maclay.
Chipley was winless in 2008 and had
lost 16 straight overall before the win over
Cottondale.
However, Armstrong said he believes
the team is headed in the right.direction.
"We've gotten better every week, which
is what we're trying to do," the coach said.
"The defense has kept us in every game
this year, we've just had a hard time put-
ting points on the board. If the 20-yard line
was the goal line, we'd have lots of points,
but that hasn't been the case.
If the Tigers have any notion of an upset
Friday night, they'll need to find some
offense in a hurry.
"We have to finish drives because we
know (the Bulldogs) will get theirs.
"We've got another big challenge this
week, but. I'm pleased with the way we
continue to get better and play hard. I hope
we'll get the same thing Friday night."


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registered wins by mar-
gms of 50, 52, 36, 20 and
44 points. MMS has
outscored its opponents
this year 284-50,
"All year long we've
continually gotten better
each week," Nolen said of
his team. "That's some-
thing I'm proud of as a


coach and a coaching
staff.
"From the first to the
last game, we've gotten
better at every single posi-
tion and that's great.
We're coming together as
a team and you can tell.
We've had a really good
year.


fated Blountstown Tigers.
Watching the Blountstown tape,
Armstrong said he saw a Bulldogs offense
that would be very difficult for his team to
defend
"They've got so many weapons," the
coach said. "The first thing you've got to
do is woiry abolit the quarterback. Fidel
(Montgomery) went right up and down the
field against Blountstown. He's a hard run-
ner, he'll break< tackles, and he's fast
enough that you can't catch him.
"The wingbacks with Tre Long, Tre
Jackson and RJ Bowers, you've got three
weapons right there. The last couple of
games they started using Chris Bowers at
fullback, who is a really good player.
We're going to have to guess with them,
try to get there before they get going. If
you get there after the snap, it's too late."
Armstrong said he has enjoyed watching
film on Marianna to see some of the young
players he coached performing well.
"Seeing some of those guys and how
they play is a good thing," the coach said.
"I'm real proud of the year that a lot of
those guys are having, especially having
. been with a bunch of them when they were
freshmen apd sophomores,
"That's a' little bit scary as well, when
you know them and how good they are as


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