Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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A cast of more than 50 mem-
bers of the Jackson County com-
murkity has ;bepn assembled to
present the Charles Dickens glas-
sic,."A Christmas Carol."
This is the debut show for The
Little Theatre at Marianna, a new
community theatre group estab.
lashed by Darryl Thompson and
friends. Thompson st ill direct the
upcoming show.
Tickets are 510 each, and will
goon sale later this month. It will
be performed only twice, on Dec.
4 and 5, at the Marianna H2,6
School auditorium.
The plas ers come from
Graceville, Grand Ridge,
Alarianna, Greenwood,
Cottondale, Basconi and Alford,
with just one actor from outside
Jackson County.
Long--time Jackson County
employee Jim Wunderly plays
Bqb Cratchit, the put-upon work-
er used and abused by Ebenezet
Scrooge. 'Tni is pooi, oppressed
bean-counter," Wimderly said of
his role.
This isn't Wunderly's first time
on the stage. In the 1980s and
1990s, he acted ill several shows
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also inake an appearance, and perhaps do bat-
tle in the woods.
And there are plenty of un-scary events for
the smallest youngsters, and fa4nt-of-heart
adults who have no intention of walking the
b.aunted trail.
Dart throw ing, ring tossing and other
favorite childhood games will be available for
the children, with lots of candy and prizes
thrown mto the trux.
The Spirit nights are from 6 to 10 p.m. on
Friday. Oct. 30, and Saturday, Oct. 31. A 55
fier vehicle donation is requested, with up to
eight occupants per vehicle getting in for the
single fiver.
The donation will coverall but the speciaL
night-time caye tours.
Those will be offered at $8 for Adults, $5
for children, and free for those three years of
age and.under.
Living history interpreters will conduct
those tours.
A Civil War encampment with soldiers and
a cannot will be set up in front of the visitor's
center near where most of the games and
events will also be located.
A tiam will run throughout the night each
evening, to take people from the parlang area
to the front door of the center.
Children, as well as adults, are welcome to
wear their costumes to the event.

Anvone who has spent any time at all in
Jackson County has probably heard some
verson of this .sr.'n's most famous gluxst
It concerns the tragic Bride of Bellan'ty
Bridge. Some people swear they've seen her
apparition-in the night, crossing the bridge
and mourning her lost bridegroom, who per-
ished ma fiery, freak accident on their wed-
ding night long before anyone now alive was
Come Halloween this year, many more
might be able to say they've seen the bride.
But she won't be in her usual haunts.
There's talk that her spirit aiay .make an
appearance at this year's Spirit of the Caverns
events on Oct. 30 and 31.
This comes from a very good source,
Caverns Park Service Specialist Kelly Banta.
She's pretty well convinced that the bride
may come to see the folks who dare to walk
the Haunted Legends Trail. The trail is a new
attraction this year for the park's annual Spirit
Ranta said the trail may also lead to sight-
ings of other visitors froni the past. The
hosts of Andrew Jackson And the Civil War
tops who crossed the Chipola River rnay

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A juvenile .was arrested
Tuesday and charged with burgla-
ry and theft after pobce were
called out to invesugate suspt-
.cious activity.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, officers .were dis-
patched to the Life Management
building at 4094 Lafayette St. at
about 2 p.m. Tuesday. The call
regarded a burglary in progress.
Upon their arrival, the officers
were met by a wimess who said
that as he sat wasung in his vehi-
i-le in the parking lot of Life
Management, he observed a
white male enter a storage behind
the Life Management building
and come our with several items.
Officers then made contact
with a wine male sitting in a
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Work proceeds on solar home
L.J. Pittman, 71, i man ahead of his time.
The Marianna resident was working in
building niaintenatice several decades-ago at
. Sunland, back when recycling was just get-
ting traction as a good idea fot the planet.
He was so excited about a new recycling
pfOgram there, that h6 asked to be transferred
from maintenance to oversee the fledglhig
"I'm just for preserving our natural
resources," Pittman explained. "Anything for
uenting our resources better, I'm all about
that. I really got into helping start the recy-
cling program."
And now,.when people many years his jun-
ior are dragging their feet about looking into
: A the benefits of solar energy, Pittman is at the
... forefront again.
Just as he made a.major career change for
:Se cause of recycling, he's made a big per-
a 4* Sonal investment and ventured. mto the
unknown to put his beliefs into action.
Pittman recently had solar panels installed
to power his home, and also replaced his old
water heater with a solar unit. He is one of the
few to go solar in this region.
The system, in total, cost about $40,000.
But federal and state tax credits, as a reward
for switching to the environmentally friendly
system, brought that price to around $8,000,
according to the man who installed the panels
and hearer.
Pat Aluth, of Muth and Sons Plumbing,
gave those figures to the Floridan this week
when the newspaper went tol follow up on
work at the Pittman place off Caverns Road.
The solar panels. that power the home are
b actually fixed to a barn that sits about 10 feet
from the house.. The panels are expected to
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Apalachicola Low 12:54 PM High 4:31 AM
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High 730
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Becoming cloudy, breezy
with scattered showers
and a few storms late.

High 710
Low 480

Mostly sunny and cooler.

The Marianna High School Homecoming -
Parade begios'at 3 p.rn. (line-up, 2 p.m. on
Daniels Street). To join the parade, e-mail 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 at7 p.m. when the MHS Bulldogs host the
Chipley Tigers. Pre-game float awards and
COrOnatiOn begin at 6 p.m.. '
The Marianna High School Class of
1969's 40th Reunion is this weekend.
Graduates will participate ,in the MHS
Homecoming parade and attend the
Homeopming football game Oct. 23; and
attend-a social.gathering at The Compass
Lake Lodge on Oct. 24. For details and reser-
vations, 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 Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
g(iests); meeting at 7 p.m., with praise and
live worship music, testimonies and fellow-
ship. Child care available. Call 209-7856 or
573-1131. -
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open .
meeting Fridays,.8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
October 24 Saturday
The Marianna Woman's Club hosts an
indoor yard sale and bake sale, 7 a.m. to
noon at' its clubhouse on the corner of
Clinton and Caledonia streets, to raise money
for club projects. Call 482-7933 or 482-7565.
A car wash benefitting the March of
Dimes starts at 8 a.m. In the Buger King park-
ing lot near interstate 10 in Marianna. Call
. The Family Support Group fundraiser
starts at 11 a.m: in front of Winn Dixie it
Marianna. Various food items for sale, to aid
community support efforts. ,
The East Jackson County Economic
Developtnent.Council will have a ribbon cut-
ting/grand opening for Barn Nanny's Feed &
Supply, 6896 Highway 90in Grand Ridge,
12-4 p.m., with door prizes and discounts on
feeds. The noon ribbon cutting will be fol-
lowed by free hot dogs and drinks. Call 592-
The Marianna Optimist Youth Program
Golf Tournament (ages 7>18 only) is at Indian
Springs Golf Colirse, 1 p.m, tee-off. Call 557-

Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the
first United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
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 Griji, with
music, activities and4peakers. Loile offer-
ings accepted; proceeds go to area charitable
projects/organizlitions. Call 579-4561.
October 25 Sunday
I Can Grow inc. presents Falf Farnt Days
through Oct. 31 Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview Road in
Cottondale. 13aily: Apple bobbing, orchard
tours (school/church groups welcome).
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 pat At in
downtown Marianna. A ineet-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.m. at the school. Call
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

October 27- Tuesday
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
Alcohilics Anonymous has anlopen
meeting Tueddays, 8 to 9 p.m., at- the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., MariannalMeet in the AA room.

October 21 Wednesday .
Alcoholics Anonymous has an. open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
meets at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room
Of the Hudnall Building. .

October 22 Thursday -
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Library Board is at 3 p.m. in the'
COUnty COmmiSSion Chambers. Agenda
Marianna High School's Bulldog Blast
community homecoming pep rally is 6 p.m.
at the MHS gymnasium, featuring show
choir, chorus, cheerleaders, MHS band,
danceline, and flag core performances.
Bulldog Football Plays of the Week will be
awarded. Admission: $3.
A public meeting to discuss the formation
Of the ACF Stakeholders organization, a
gf0Up aimed at resolving the ACF River Basin
"water wars" starts at 6 p.m. in the West
Florida Electric Cooperative in Sneads. Call
The East Jackson County Relay for Life
kickoff meeting is 6 p.m. at the West florida
Electric office.
Panhandle Seminole Club FSU football
gamewatching party, 6:30 p.m. upstairs at
the Russ House. Cost: $5 for club members
(includes food, beverage); $7 for non-mem-
bers; and free to new members joining at the
event. .
Today is the application deadline for
WIRED computer- scholarships at Chipota
Opilege for Spring semester. Scholarships
are available for computer science and infor-
mation technology. Call 718-2342 or 526-
2761, or e-mail or
Alcoholics Aridnymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First .United Mdthodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Mar ianna. Meet ili the AA
desire to stop drinking.

October 23 Friday
The Jackson County Chamber of
001Yimerce conducts a ribbon cutting cere-
. mony at 11:30 a.m. for Afforditble Alcohol. &
Drtig Testing, 29631A Miltort Ave., Marianna.
Afree cookout follows. Call 482-8060.

The Marknna Police
Department listed the fol-
loyving inci-
dents for
Oct. 19, the o .4-
latest avail-
able report:
One suspi-
cious vehicle, one burglary
of a business, one distur-
bance, one burglar alarm,
one noise complaint and
nine traffic stops.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Offiqe listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 19, the latest avail-
able report: Two aban-
doned vehicles, two
alarms, one civil dispute,
one criminal mischief
complaint, four disabled
vehicles, three clistur-
bances, two noise com-
plaints, two

obscene/harassing phone
calls, seven public service
calls, one suspicious inci-
dent, two thefts of servic-
es, two threats, 10 traffic
stops, three prisoner trans-
ports, two trespassing
complaints and:one reck-
less driver.
The following people

were booked into. the
county jail during the lat-
est'reporting periods:
Glenn Scott, 60, 5234
Johns Lane, Greenwood,
battery (domestic vio-
Polly Foxworth, 47,
1990 Jewel Road, Alford,
hold for court/hold for,
Dept. of Correctionk.
. Travis Myrick, 23,
2934 Harley Drive,
Marianna, hold for court.

Brandon Hill, 19,
1105 12th Ave.,
Graceville, driving while
license suspended or
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Publisher Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor- Michael Becker
circulation Manager Dena Oberski

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How to get your
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publisit news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, litail, or hand delivery
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engagement, anniversary and birth
announceinefits. Fortns are avail-
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Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect niistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
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Jackson County NAACP attends state conference

The Jackson County NAACP
Branch traveled to Miami for the
66th Annual State Conference
Sept. 16-21. The convention cel- ,
ebrated both the 66th Annual
State Convention and the centen-
nial celebration of NAACP's 100
Conference events consisted of o**
daily seminars with guest speak-
ers addressing the current
changes, including educational,
criminal justice, disaster pre-
paredness, Red Cross assistance
and other issues.
The conference concluded on
Saturday night with Benjamin .
Todd Jealous, National NAACP
president, delivering the keynote
The Jackson County Branch
team was afforded the opportuni-
ty to attend the convention due to
the increasing membership, sup-
port of local businesses and pri-
vate citizens and attendance and
support at the Annual Freedom
Fund Banquet held each
This year's Freedom Fund
Banquet will be at the
Agriculture Complex on
Pennsylvania Avenue in
Marianna on Dec. 11. The cost is
$30 for individuals and $300 for
a table of eight and a half-page
'p rer k ,53T2 r 5 NAACP Team conference attendees, from left, are Patricia Patterson, 2nd vice president; James Speighis, 1st vice president; Richard A.
0374 or Lea' Hamilton at 526. Patterson, Branch president; Elmore Bryant, area director; Rosie McKay, membership chair., and John Herring, membership co-chair.
2317 or 482-3766. Contributed Photo

Chorus at 9:45-10:30; Royce Reagan
from 10:45 11:45; Second Time
Around from 11:45-12:30, and Blue
Grass Group from 12:45-1:30.
Platform by the Pond: The Sunland
Swingers square dance team at 9:45-
10:30; Randell Hill at 10:45-11:30; and
Clown and Balloons from 11:45-12:30.
There are still spaces available for
food and craft vendors. Those interest-
d in a usin both for do fed
at 482-9373, or Karen' Henrickson for
parade entry at 482-9386.

The 31st Annual Sunland Fall
Festival will be held Saturday, Oct. 31 at
the SunlaEnd Environmental Park. A
parade will kick off the day at 9 a.m.
There will be three stages located
throughout the park offering a variety of
live entertainment, as follows:
Main Pavilion: The Gospel Tones at
9:45-10:30 a.m.; Crowns of Grace at
0 5 1 Opun he spenn bG
12:45 1:30 p.m.
Center Stage: The Riirerside Beaver

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First place Libby Hutto and John
Lewis, both of Marianna. .
Second place Ida Knowles of
Headland, Ala., and Veronna Gustafson
of Dothan,.Ala.
Thir4place- Sara Lewis of Dothan,

and Armin Kunkler of Bonifay.
Fourth place Douglas Parker of
Marianna, and Kurt Opferman of
Fifth place Lib McRae and Irene
Minchew, both of Marianna.

Marriages -

er Oct. 12-16
Oct. 12
Joshua Paul Manning,
Jialan YaoOct. 13

Y. H ar Harris, Regina
Oct. 16
Dennis Patrick Adams,
CaseyDMa ie Ingram Jones,
Alethea Rose Roberts
Treela Diane Day,
Shannon Vaughn Howell

Divorces -
Oc -16

Michael Larry Elhs vs.
Dana Marie Ellis
Shelia Marie Stevens vs.
Juan Alan StevenS
Robert Martis Jennison
vs. Brand Lynn Jennison
Oct. 13
Poster Amy Michelle McLeod
vs. Edward' McLeod

The Marianna Duplicate Bridge Club
plays bridge bn Monday afternoons in
the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Parish
For the week of Oct. 19, the winners
were as follows:

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O'sbonaci Godwin was the winner of the
Contest and Checker tournament at the Wes
Community Association After School Tu
Pro ram. She is the daughter of Tony Go
Stu ents ages 7 to 12 may pick up arvappli
to participate in the program at the M
Community Center Monday through Thu
3:30 to 5 p.m. Contributed photo


Representatives front
Emerald Coast Hospice
recently attended the
monthly meeting of the'
Jackson County
Commission. During the
meeting, the commission
recognized Ronni Bowen,
who shared a few brief
comments about hospice
care and its reach into the
community, the state and
the nation
The proclamation declar-
ing November as National
Hospice Month was
approved and signed by
Jeremy Branch, commis-
sion chairman.
Hospice care has expert
encedthtee t sye 2"?
1985 there were only about

150,000 hospice patients in
the United States. Today <
there are more than 1.4 mil-
lion people receiving hos-
pice care, which is a 162
percent increase over the

last 10 years. There are
now more than 4,500 free-
standing hospice programs.
For more information
about Emerald Coast
Hospice, call 526-3577.


Sunland Fall Festival

Marianna Duplicate Bridge Club results


reading kicks

Off with help

Of Chipola
The Chipola College
men's basketball team will
ele t1e7ReaE e 's
on Friday, Oct. 23, at 8:30 the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center. This purpose
of the event is to encortrage
students to do their best in
reading this school year.
"w fondithaness Ide ut ura
other drills. All students will
be treated to popcorn and a
drink, as well as a big-time
light show, smoke machine
and big screen experience
that is Chipola basketball.
The basketball team also will
emphasize the importance of
reading and staying in
'This is an excellent way
to promote reading and also .
to show holy Chipola Colle e
works with Golson as a pa -
ner," said Janie Noten,
No n at 8 9m xt. 23a
or Chipola coach Jake
Headrick at 718-2452.

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another increase is being con-
sidered and will almost cer-
tainly be approved, as usual
I have some questions:
1. How many of the com-
mission panel are former
power company ,employees?
2. Is there ever a ratb
increase you do not like?
, 3. Why not a decrease in
rates? The last huge raise was
because oil was $140 a barrel,
and now it is $70 a barrel.
4. Why are these hearitigs
in Tallahassee, when the peo- -
ple it affects most are Jackson
County residents?
I know that Gulf Power is .

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dated improvements. How
long ago were these malidat-
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monies for this over time,
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I feel this increase is not
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at Chipola College. He said he's
looking forward to getting back to
the boards.
"I wanted to support it, I think
it's a great idea, and this will be a
great first show for the group," he
Morris Pope of Graceville plays
the role of Tiny Tim, Cratchit's lit-
tle boy. Vanity Turner of Marianna
plays Mrs..Cratchits
Chipola Cqllege accountmg pro-
fessor Lee Shook takes the role of
Scrooge.. He has been in several
Chipola productions through the
years, and said he is looking for-
ward to working with community
theatre for a change of pai'e..
"Darryl Thompson has a good
deal of experience in community
theatre, and it'll be interesting to
work with him and with all the new
people who ivill be in this show "
Shook said. "There's a lot of kids

invit, and that should be fun, too."
When contacted by the Floridan
Tuesday, Shook happened to be in
the middle of watching Patrick
Stewart's take on Schooge in an
updated movie version of "A
Christmas Carol."
He has never played Scrooge,
Shook said, ;and was looking to
familiarize himself With the dia-
logue and catch some of the
nuances of the character. A
rehearsal was set for Tuesday
The cast also includes the
Musical Theatre class from
Marianna High School, under the
direction of Shae Tiner.
The other cast members are:
Christopher Holloway of
Grand Ridge as Jacob Marley.
Cailee Hienenman of Marianna
as the Spirit of Christmas Past.
Ben Saunders of Marianna as

the Spirit of Christmas Present.
Colton Day of Bascom as the
Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come.
The townsfolk of London
include Ashley Thomas, Elizabeth
Jannett, and McKinzie Gay of
Alford; Cassandra Pereda of
Bascom; Tamara Tanner, Ambria
Tanner, Elyn Sapp, Brittney
Shores, Cody Shores, Adam Sapp,
Brittney Harrell, and Miranda
Sapp of Cottondlile; Emily Pope of
Graceville; Jaden Willis, and
Mandy Dudley of Grand Ridge;
Amber McKeen, and Briana
,McKeen of Greenwood; and
Nadine Long, Faith Long, Sandra
Brien, Joshua Brien, Kendall
Brien, Christin Wiggins, Nicolas
Lawson, John Turner, Matt
Thompson, Belinda Thompson,
Kati Lane, Sarah Lowenthal,
1-lannah Collins, Trent Phillips,
Audra Phillips, Lillie Elizabeth

Givingston, Tina Jones, Aiden,
Hollis, Charlene Wiggins, Mallory
Dykes, Natalee Milton, Taylor
Christmas, Travonise Clopton,
Maddie Mathena, and Holly
Walters of Marianna. Connie Jo
Umphrey of Dothan, Ala. is the
- only rion-resident in the play.
"We were very excited with the
trirnout we had for auditions,"
Thompson said. "The entire coun-
ty showed up. It is very exciting to
work with such a wonderful cast
on the very first production of the
Little Theatre at Marianna."
Anyone who wants to learn more,
about the group has two upcoming
opportunities to do so in person,
Thompson said representatives
of the theatre group will be at the
Sunland Fall Festival on Saturday,
Oct. 31. members of the group will
also be at the Sunday Afternoon
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ning 20-minute clock for each half,
W1th each free throw counting for two
That made Chipola's 2-of-10 per-
formance from the foul kne that
much more 90stly.
. Headrick said his team performed
at a much higher level after the open-
ing loss.
Wg played good after the first
game, the coach said. They
bounced back, played hard and
defended. When we defend well, it
creates opportunities on the other end
for easy baskets.
d h e nd uprfe m detbac
S m rha edwe liaggm at n
and didn't play the final two games in
Aa rick said Short would be out
for the next two weeks, but he
believes his team will have no trouble
picking gi the slack in the mean
tuf definitely htrts our size inside,
ve vr tiTtty ndu hp y iffet t
positions," the coach said. "I feel like
anybody on this team can contribute
and do a lot of different things.
''It hurts because he's a really good
player, but we've got guys who can
See INDIAN Page 2B >

The Chipola Indians Will make
their third *venture into preseason
action Saturday, making their first
appearance at home against Faulkner
and Auburn-Montgomery.
The Tallahassee Eagles will also be
in action at the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center, taking on Faulkner at
10 a.m. and AUM at 2 p.m.
Chipola plays AUM at 12 p.m. and
Faulkner at 4 p.m.
The -Indians went 1-1 in their first
preseason series of scrimmages Oct.
9 and 10, and went 2-1 at another
scrimmage session Oct. 17 in Atlanta.
Chipola lost to East Mississippi by
a point in its first game in Atlanta.
The Indians then reboutided to take
wins of 37 and 21 points over
Alabama Southern apd Volunteer
The Indians were missmg a few
pC Ip 1sa t
team learned a valuable lesson.
It was an earl\ morning game and
our guys weren't very focused," the
coach said.."The learning experience
out of the deal was thatAvhenever we
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The Chipola Lady Indians will
be back in preseason basketball
action Saturday in the Florida
.iUCO Jambdree in Tallahassee.
All five Panhandle Conference
teams will be in action, as will
teams from the Mid-Florida
Chipola made its preseason
debut Oct. 10 in a jamboree in
Columbus, Ga. The Lady Indians
swept three games over Squth
Georgia Tech, Middle Georgia
and Albany Tech.
However, Lady Indians coach
David Lane said his team has not
carried over the momentum of its
Columbus effort into practice.
"It hasn't been great," the
coach said. "We're just real
inconsistentuas a team and, as
individuals, and that's been the
tough part of it.
"It's just a little more difficult
now to get done what we need to
get done when you never know
how kids are going to practice."
Lane said he is looking for a
different attitude from his team
on Saturday than he has, seen in
the practices leading up to the
"The biggest thing is the over-
all effort hasn't been great," he
said. "We've got to have a desire
to get better, and that's what
we're missirig right now."
Lane said he worries that his
players Chipola has no retura-
ing players-from last year'steam
- got a false impression of the
level they'll need to play at this
season after sweeping through
their first j4mboreen
"I don't know if we think
we've got it figured out or what,"
the coach said. "We've got a
group with kids who weren't here
last year that don t understand
that the teins we've played so

Lane said he still hadn't been
told who Chipola will be playing
Saturday, but no Panhandle
teams will be facing each other.
Reglirdless, the competition
shottld prove more difficult..
"It should be a step up," the
coach said. "Obviously, everyone
has had two more weeks to get
better, so it's a good test to see
how much better we've gotten.
"We just need to see how \ve
respond to it. If it's any way like
it's been the last week and a half
in practice, we won't respond
With Chipola's first regular
season game on Nov. 2, Lane
said it was paramount for his
team to start showing sigits of
"We're less than two.weeks
away from the first game, .but
we're still making silly mistakes
everyday," the coach said. "We
just have an overall lack of focus
a team on b k tball. It's gh
d fe nta ol jos
\voTr ng right now.
Lady Indians open the reg-
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hM at Is makes mark on

posts eason with clutch hit
Jeff Mathis got a chance to live out a classic
childhood dream Monday night in Anaheim,
Facing the New York Yankees in Game Three of
the American League Championship Series, the
Marianna native came to bat in the bottom of the
11th inning with a runner on first, and a chance to
be a hero.
Mathis delivered with a game-wintiing RBI -
double, to score Howie Kendrick and save the Los
Angeles Angels from facing a near-impossible 0-
3 series deficit. '
The 26-year-old catcher said the ending was
especially exhilarating after the Angels' 13-inning
loss to New York in Game Two.
"It was pretty exciting, especially after the way
they beat us last time," Mathis said. "Obviously,
(being down) 2-1 is a lot better than 3-0.
"That was an emotional rollercoaster we were
on the othei night. To go extra innings again and
pull it out this time was big for us."
Mathis said he was simply grateful to be in a
position to win the game for his tdamn
"First of all, I was just happy to hit," he said. "I
usually don't get the opportunity to be up there
during those situations.
"Howishad a good at-bat and got on base. Once
I got up there and got ahead 1-0, I was just look-
ing for pitch up in the (strike) zone.and got it. I
knew I hit it on a line. Luckily, it got into the gap
and went off the wall."
Mathis was 2-for-2 on the night, doubling in his
first at-bat in the 10th inning, before being thrown
out at the plate on a ground ball by Torii Hunter-
After a 1-for-5 start to the postseason, Mathis
now has hits in three of his last four at-bats.
"The last few at-bats, I've gained some conft-
dence," he said. "When you're called upon, you
have go to work and do your job, and that's what
I've been doing." Los Angeles Ang
By the time Mathis got his chance in the 11th, to score Howie K
his team had played 2.4 mmngs m ther last two of the American
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Series. After finally breaking through
against arch-nemesis Boston, Anaheim
still has to get past a powerful Yankees
squad that led the majors in total wms.
"Obviously, it's an awesome experi--
ence to be playing the Yankees in the
ALCS,",Mathis said. "It's pretty.excit-
ing. This is what you work for in January
and February. (Getting to the World
Series) is the goal back in February.
You've got your mind on it, but we've
got to take care of business right now
because we're not there yet. We're play-
ing a great team in the Yankees."
The Angels and Yankees were set to
play Game Four Tuesday night in
Anaheim. Mathis said he expected Mike
Napoli to get the start at catcher, with
Angels lefty Scott Kazmir on the mound.
Mathis will likely start Game Five in
New York, with John Lackey starting on
the mound for Anaheim.,

are four-year schools, so the
Indians will be taking on
older and more physically
mature players.
However, Headrick paid
he wassi't concerned about
the competition .his team
would face, but rather the
approach the Indians them-
selves take.
"We're just going to get
ourselves better this week,"
the coach said. "With these
deals, we never do any
scouting, just roll it out there
and do our deal. I think the
games will be a little bit
slower, so we'll see how we
execute more offensively
and how we run our sets. I
hope we'll slow down a little
bit and play a little smarter."

games. To come up short again would
have been devastating for the Angels.
"After playing however many innings
we played Saturday night and then going
into eittras again, it was almost like,
'Who's going to get this big hit?'"
Mathis said. We had been'going back
and forth for so many innings. We had
our chances and they had their chances.
Luckily, 1 was up there and got some-
thing to drive:"'
Mathis said he got as many as 100 text
messages from friends and- family after
the game to congratulate him for being
the hero of Game Three.
"That was greatY he said. "It's nice to
know you've got people following you,
watching you, and keeping up with
However, the Angels will still have to
ivin three more for Mitthis to get to play
under the brightest lights of the World

step up."
. Saturday's games will ye
the first of the preseason to
feature regular game rules,
with no running clock and a
30-second shot clock.
"This is the first time
played we've played in a
real game atmosphere,"
Headrick said. "I think it
will be another week to see
where these guys stand.
"It will be the first time
some of them have played a
real 40-minute game. The
kids who were in high
school last year have never
played in that kind of game.
When you play with those
20-minute running clocks,
the game goes by so fast "
Both Faulkner arid AUM

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Chipola Men's
Basketball invites boys
and girls in grades 1-8 to
join the Little Indians.
Participants will learn
fundamental skills, ball

e::dlin shootiena aost
through drills and con-
tests led by Chipola
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Tuesday. Other practice
sessions are: Oct. 31,
from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30
Little dians aird 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 Indians
game. The $50 member-
ship fee includes two
free tickets to all home
games, a Chipola basket-
ball t-shirt anti a DVD of
the halftime perform-
ance. For information,
call assistant coach Brian
Steenhoek at 850-718-
2378, or email; steen-

Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league, and
will offer 'rls the o or-
tunity to lay flagot-
ball. Registration for
ages 6-13 will run
through Oct..23 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at The
Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. In
Mariann rT e rfo all

is $30 for those 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
and $60 for those outside
the city The fee must be
paid with a check or
money order. No cash
will be accepted. .
Special registration
will be held at the MERE
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Oct. 19 and Oct. 22. All
c3 r ntif
cate. The age of all /ar-
litifidlils 011 00 9. 1 UI tilt
current year will be the
pla er's age far tha
enA e se or te rested in
coaching or officiating
youth football please
entact the Mananna
Rerreation Denartment
at 850-487-672# or come
by during registration.
Golf Tournament
-The 17th Annual
Mariatina Altrusa Club
Golf Tournament will be
held Oct. 23 at Indiall
Springs Golf Course.
Registration will be at
12 p.m. ivith lunch pro
vid dblea four pr
handicap for 18 holes.
COSt 19 $GR pm" pRTRon
Proceeds frain the tour-
nament endow Club
projects such as "Coats
For Kids," "ChristmaS
for Families," and
Chipola College nursmg
scholarships. For more
info, contact Jay James at
526-3197 or Kathy

Golf Tournament
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MOD S 7-on-T Flag
may sign up ,at The
Marianna Educational
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Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. The registra-
lion few of $350 is due
1)L{016 (116 6114t contest.

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COTTIllifY For more info.,
please contact the MERE
at 850-482-6228.

Sports Items
m or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
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190HP, garage kept, Cond. $1,800. 334- Vnae 4 ieLae.GetGs 3 ebak a a odcnto 211
*1999 17 foot Aluml unr10 L,15 $,0.OO5820 alSieHthr 805629 hv 5Svrd
craft, 50 HP Mercury. P 8r.I rs ailc'4I34 2 alyDsisn'5 sn'OEtra E-tnsdCt
trailer, trollina mo- aew talr FetodTp o-. -UtaCasc lc, 18 5.0 W pLahr

FOR RENT, 510 s ~~'07 ESCALADE RV 37 idS)1tt0 segnmtlc j2h IHre aisn'6lae. eMg
bldg Reta .$ ett ~~REB By ~Z. Sth W.ble11kmes 3 0 99Frord hm.a__ Ddg 0 20 tT

2005 Bo'Iton Whaler nv trnM r,72 mieLae.V kwgn 0Be- ,Nssn'7P hfne .Hm.lad .
130 Sportw/traller King Bed, Fireplace,Kf sn-roL thrn iau .desl42SEBnd A c.4 .150.3 9687
center console, 2 A/C, Washer/ Dry- tro.Vr la. Jga 2[e13 ie.4MG od
era4600 pa eu 9Carrde mespwn,Rar vain 3n 29 n34e3Q ,0 cCr C I 6 It g/ F~
mo o, dptr lider, Entertain- ment, Ta- Cerlt'3Cp 99W s anS. Vlsao 9De alySottr0' 57503487DE-t rnig 0
Bimini Top, $9,000. ble 4/ Chairs, 2196SotPlt rcw te70 3 Oag 100,Vne The7'LZ5Km 40609m9p

40rhopme rury,ide 334-714-2406. pwco22ho oo heteebr k $1,03346781 3478188td o
3/1 Brick home in toin mr, um'e 1995 Travel Trailer, ifrain ils ttw ie V L 0 .oksVLO'BX9s. odcn. ,0
Sneads, CH/A, all gb rd 56 TA cold AC, excellent min codbako, n r ca aeEiin i.,$,5*21MseFru

100Plesan Valy 2124ft Seat Ra $100 tin $9,000.aned 33-9. tuig obo No Motor 256- 1272 mi w4. 00 Sap 20dw OD '3Mto 52Vln he ae
L1TN II201-1657 o Cane-3 dd C oe 344535o26 th0 ltncoe. Fr~up70 o oeb1 Ns
'97 Bay liner Cabin 1 Dcagrw W el.Vco Rd 4282 ih elw o islo entpc-347550
uesr d3 ftrl nil. r n 4 estn ysm W NwwT5. 352 2 -70. es1 P6 Otpc.FR '7F0
540K wi;ll se~ll forblc thr g e$10 72 461 6ysotw el
$14,500K 850 20'1- $400 3-0-797e rga' Hna0 hdW ilso 00 il a u 00k
1696.'582 5867 araeCmo0 ed wrgie AeDlue70C, ray hlekp* 347550
Alumacraft 06' 16ftr. 3ft1. 3-slilesj. 2- A .Bs r8056- lt f csois, $00343748
Victoian ff w 50 1amalla/Gps 5.5 KGenerator 2Kmls 400 r344727
Branon Sand d., loaded, exc. cond. loadedi. no smok~e. no AD 0 X 9.9 344460 ASYFruo
3BR/BA,2614SF, $6,900 080 334-f14- Ders. E s. r end.Mitgy PwrHna0'Rfe 24moe'841P
2-argaag, are 5860 838.500. 334-714 01Hrtp ovril h 5Slvrd 5c 6 P esl rco$,0
$25,00. Cll im Bass Tracker '09 Pro Dutch '03 5th Wheel. FOD'500LE Atbti35 mieiknw. xc etcodto ketlo erxc 05768 1
(334)677-308. 16, 0h mr cury mo-e 2slides, keptunder Rd ra od 1 le sl si 2,0,346242 5 nie$000 cn.690m. PLE 9 6f
tor,4 srokeconole shelter, excellent mle,6 Dso d (S rFrm(4)9054 $95.347726 Dupraer1300 OD 8F-01tn

3/2 ric Bose,3ac Caoe an d m ade~tlt 33 261505raco n9 50.34 a ao ak xeletdivr a
CH, p. cilng cedar stripped $2000. warn 1,0.3480 9 acigtale. Mj oo coe
fan. H Y 6, Gand 334-678-1488HOD 8Ft rt D su 828Z22$100.504263 'S,0miBle
850-592-2005 ~~~~~~travel trailer. ??ft. W 30KLa sed ulijce. Tpcnii

mud room w/shower, DUTCHMAN 06. 25 Dr r'.Ce xeln odto.790 i xeln, $00OO
sK rn iec~~Se p 5. 3 87 b d32K60 3UE54Tke95 a ot 5347
let o-arnditione, low e ,~on Mecee '7Bez e cronex. n avstr'9 ge

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Mercury 4 str, fully 4510 or 797-7514 Vte9 o co rai~ode, S.3-9-8060 ul oddwt on xeln unn
aoprdetils 50-09- until 2013. $9,875lodd 02 m.ene,$2908034-5016c d$50.9954
8759 OBO. 80334-714-1543 batfu aec og 8 5 oa 8-94'6H aWd 3-7-63
3/2FSO renfild Fishmaster Bass boatn206.90- 6Er aa t NSA 0 lia Ge WG ak s~n Crse 9 oae, ~ a 1
Subdi., Mr.216 sq 17ft. 120 H/P $50008047 ca dto. 60 i 1 5.0-faerd xe. Vatsas8
ft. pus grageONLY Mercruiser Atmbls 25 30,aloe 7-42jf@ cn. Km. 18c oea/mcs. Fo te
$20k 62380303/ inboard/outhoard Frnln'05Heiaesnoftnedw rthso cm &nlsssbr, ewtesNW
850-272-1945 S/S rp Mil~ n-kotata 40' w/2 slide-outs,fe aedostitcriealnggud.ovr&rcke$75008092 4- -
12 vot troin mto awnin s, 2BR, gardenloweesshc er$62034- 82 * w
de uf ni r,2 W&D, CHA.Ltosrof 03 tin.Id ks4me nt h 11 he p" c b
Dd Htee b u wit II extas 2ZK 33- 3 9.Od nsete ~rs wsen 0 d d
Ian. Ax.65a. oen canvas cover. $5,000. Jaco '08 Eagle 203Y 25bogt F 03Exoe4 aom icrnsmsmls.$653469- anein d
15ac woded rg OBO 334-475-3806 291RLTS, 5th wheel nwi 05 a esdo 0Km.od soLk e od- 20 od 5 44474334 650
re o s. Moomba 98' Ski Boat rci $ ~re stand- OF t Nd &4 50. n o ue- nc ,iNV Ymh 913V Frd84 ondie 0 0. 3 -
hm s 7keow~ ple~ak- nug ta le /34sairs, ap d min 4d40 utnGT D r 6L0030 9 161 .347dstr 7 -6 0

an ~ ~~rO I900 -0-1- ue 6.6tL, 3sie .2 IkI 0$1,0.347195 w b T
CI ~ ~ 968 t Ko e P kHoo.RDCDMok ntan .r o ref pier 9- 9 33
850-509-8817 ~ ~ ~ Lik used 7 ie.Al t 055hWel. 4 OD'0 utag cea.Lken
eqipici.,00in slds.knga ulit.Hghad 2050 b. 3-32.ACTCCA '7 0
Watefron extas lso nc~d Pd EDUE. oD. 52.9.'-!Gee,10 '00 r 3-3-32 F, x,50bwnh
Prop rty or~ le olod 90 ng 00 L7 t ai erT 45 I5 l d 2 ,R-U -Pd 0 K ,5 O ~ s
Lake~faula RANGE '07 S188 0ft,5thhei' 81yo Wheele 3-70941Cutm oor e an a Sl L
3 BA 4BR Paorami W/17HP Yaaha Laded. full bath 200 Licl isn'8Alia rle X 75. 11 etMi S. NSA 0 U

milesesAlst '0 ood condl., ot alRnEls CsoiDmn c/ G C'1Jm x,595007414
$15,000 229 334 941 (334) 71 0028e j kan e P Y O TH 6 G an T RI.c 5 l
Consasicl.d Y cord. Cocmnodso2 9 Cb $050,6411. 23 aia oae, e ies 15lo4,346

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Wtkoins, '7 7ft 3 7309 ba oy,5sd ManCrSae L 3439819 -6958
Hoda07 Frma 8P ano, t t t FurWids'g 7,00 3463-100 119Wet ai t.95Fod 0dup 1
& wh11 ,7O j3 d k 237T8 Motor home.3f. aula./ia. Fr.9 Tuu,4 33-9-80
77-76 267o 34-3-020 Eceletcodiin, 2020 ils Blw ooal pwr,11k Potic'0 Vb 34-9-215o 44
20K ird, New 5 tire, DVD Bok n we. mls ratsae GetGsSvr38
Honda TX 300 X Willims Crat '08 lyeRef- I Frez c d, Cal3204. $203465060 NcCr$00dw
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3 MIN(.1 E la (DE $38,000 334-687-9663 701 5.d
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Anniversary Fat Bo AWD. 42,000, Loade
d' eeds sm Our item in the
mi.\ soans. Tioga Arrow 27ft BMW '98 740iL, blue / 786-223-2278. I229-524-2451 OpOper b ak 6dsp ., Power steering, CD* $2,500.334-735-5404 declassified.
al I run.1.-* at la of M mo% 1. tk t 18520KOjgd ge emia 08' Ci LX 520 I '9 G 006 k 7n2e 791 ,600, M hOe 1 F16 01no, (850) 526-3614
DELIVERY & SETW, CLASSIFIEDS inawAbr kAs Fs er- 347-2868. $14,500. 334-790-7055 wheeler 21K 714-9380 Harley Davidson '08 neaw tir1s, slinroof* 850- 594-3282 (800) 779-2557
A/Q SKIRTING runs well, low Chtysler '95 Sebrig, Honda '93 Accord, Toyota'04 Sequoha, Electra Glide classic' cle Ilk Ford '97 Ranger Ext* .sn usa
milesFair cond.Has sunroof Ithr 2DR green, 4-door, cold loaded. Great condi- 4000 miles, 1 year an, e new. Cab, runs teat.
A at a leak damage. $6000. coupe, AC al power AC, new engine, tion, $18,000 OBO. warranty left. $22,000. 334-792- Looks good. 3400 3- R '
I 850 526 2840. s great cond., 648-5817 $3800. 334-792-8018 334-796-7092 $17,000. 334-618-4430 3076. 080. 334-493-7712

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