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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
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English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056

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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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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. 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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Money for holiday turkeys needed h. Co...
Chipola Family BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER Ministries Director dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
Fred Cook places
a holiday turkey The Chipola Family. Ministries in the freezer at thrift shop and office is closed to the
the Ministries public on Mondays, but there were
food pantry. He's still almost a dozen cars in the parkhoping to add a ing lot there this Monday.
few hundred more Ministries Director Fred Cook and birds between several volunteers were busy getting
now and Nov. 19, some much-needed food donations enough to feed and other contributions ready for
local families the panry and the thrift shop. Be- FLORIDAN
in need on fore the, Monday shipment, Cook From inside the lobby of the.Chipola College Center for the Thanksgiving and said, the pantry was low as it has Arts, the site of a planned storm water treatment/campus at Christmas. SeeFOOD, Page 7A beautification project is visible.
DEBORAH BOCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
Storm water project

o RE aims to add function,



Seniors help fund own Project Graduation campus features I
BYANGIE COOK looking out the tall lobby acook@jcfloridan.com windows, the red clay bed is hard to miss.
MARIANNA'- On the Unofficially known as north edge of the Chipola "Lake Joyce," a nickname College campus, near the affectionately bestowed school's new Center for by college president Dr. the Arts, there is a small, .Gene Prough, in honor of dry storm water reten- his current and longtime tion pond surrounded executive, assistant Joyce by drainage ditches, pine Traynom, the area isn't trees and a couple of cam- much to look at now, but it pus buildings. From the
arts centerjust up the hill, See GRANT, Page 7A



Sneads woman


injured in wrek
Fro staff report Toni L. Tyus, 33, was westbound on Interstate
A Sneads woman was 10 near the 132-mile serious injured when marker in Jackson County the car she was driving when the Toyota Camry rear-ended a tractor- she was driving struck the trailer rig early Sunday right rear of the tractormorning, according to a trailer rig traveling ahead !O....... ..Florid'- Highway Patrol ,
PHOTOS BY DEBORAH UCHALTER/FLORDAN report. See WRECK, Page 7A Nick Rickman, the doorkeeper at Wright's Halloween Haunt, greets his haunted house guests with an unfriendly welcome.

Wright's Halloween Haunt PRESSURE CHECK

open Oct. 29 and Oct.31

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER INSIDE dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com S
T See more photos of,
sually, it's the Wright's Halloween Haunt. 7A
Parents of high
school seniors
who bear the lion's share year long to make those of work when it's time to partieS irresistible and raise money for Project meriorable They buy Graduation. Held-on -big prizes for their seschool grad nights in niors, and they provide Afortune teller MaCKenzie May and her young assistant countless communities cold hard cash, too. ManDd re n give ghostly redinginsidethe all around the country, But at Sneads High Mandy Dudey prepared give a ghostly readinginside the it's a safe place to party School, the Class of 2014
on the last night that is stepping up in a big siblings including at in" at Rocket Lanes near senior classes will be way to help its elders least one 10-year-old anama City Beach. OEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN together as one after all help them. are helping them do Thanks to senior class ; ariana Fire Department crew those years oflearning They're puttingthe flat. They money they grandparent Debbie il members Jamie Shiver (left) and together and socializing scare in Halloween, for help raise will go toward Wiight, the seniors I I Michael Blum, opened a hydrant in the school system. instance. 'their big graduation and their helpers are Michael Blum, opened a hydrant Parents hold findraisers Seniors' parents, nightparty on May 30, on Penn Avenue Monday to conduct a and otherwise work all grandparents and when they'll be "locked See HAUNT, Page 7A pressure.check on the piece of firefighting
equipment. They and other members of the MFD will be checking the city's sup" ,-ply of approximately 475 hydrants over the course of about three weeks. The tests should conclude in mid-November. During testing, some residents may notice water discoloration, a normal occurrence during
this operation. The discoloration was visible in the first few seconds of this test, but
the water soon ran clear. If this happens at Kim Smith-and her frightening alter-ego, left, look like your home, simply let the water run until it Chucky, aka Tasherica McMillon, threatens a guest making they can handle whatever Tonya Chason is about to dish is clear again. her way through the haunted house, out as the two monsters get ready to square off. isca aga.
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F L O R ID A N TUESDAY, OCT. 29 is the local community, "Community, Children & 209-7856, 573-1131.
n Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Character:' Call 526-3142. 1 Chipola Men's Basketball Classic- 8 p.m. Publisher Valeria Roberts Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- n Fall Festival -5 p.m. to 7 p,m. Healthy Families Chipola plays.
vroberts@jcfloridan.com plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys of North Florida, 4440 Putnam St., Marianna. No i Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8 will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. charge. Asking for non-perishable items for Chipola to 9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Circulation Manager Dena Oberski n St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m, to I p.m: St. Ministries Food Bank. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
doberski@jcfloridan.com Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. n Hallow Hiin 5:30 p.m: to 8 p.m. at Marianna
Call 482-3734 First Baptist Church, 2897 green St., Marianna. SATURDAY, NOV. 2 CONACT US Pinochle Club Meeting 9:30a.m. to 11:30 Games, food, family fun. Everyone welcome. Free.
Telephone: 850-526-3614 am. Ascension Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, Sponsored by:.Deliverance Baptist, Eastside Bap- Toysfor Tots applications Anchorage
FAX:850-482-4478 3975 U.S. 90, Marianna. Everyone invited. Call 482- tist, First Baptist and Trinity Baptist. Call 526-4200. Children's Home, 4452 ClintonSt, Marianna. Ap-'
plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com 6132;. )) Sneads High School Project Graduation will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m.
Street Address: R Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior Wright's Halloween haunt "13" 6 to 10 p.m.
Citizens, a931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call 2012 Wilson Ave., Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages )) Syrup making class 6 a.m. Panhandle Pioneer 4403 Constitution Lane Os2 30 p Da5 and under free. Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement Rd,
Marianna, FL 32448ountstown. Allay lass. From cane field to the
Marianna, FAlcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon a Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30 p.m. to Bouttown. Al ay class. From cane field to the bottling of the syrup. Cost $50 requires a $25
Office Hours: to l.p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist .9:30 p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Marianna. Elizabeth deposit. Call 674-2777
Weekdays,8 a:m. to 5 p.m. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Bellamy dons her wedding dress to tell the story of d
her life. mile walk or transportation provided by n Elk's Lodge yard sale -7 a.m. Marianna Elks aY Magic Comedy Show 6 p:m. to 7 p.m. at the JTrans $2 leaving from Citizens Lodge in Marianna. Lodge #1516,4607 U. S. 90, Marianna. Arts and MISS YOUR PAPER? Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green Street, Reservations required to reserve a bus seat. Call crafts vendors welcome. Vendor space $10.,Vendor You should receive your newspaper no later Marianna. Free. Call 482-9631. Jackson County Tourist Development Council 482- responsible for chairs, tables and canopy. Open to than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- D Artnight with Anna 6p.m. to 8 p.m. in the 80616r'email info@visitjacksoncountyfla.com. public. Call 573-4351.
tion between 6a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Heritage Room of the Blountstown Public Library in n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion. 8 s Jackson County Master Gardeners Bat Blountstown. Learn the technique "scratchboard. to9 p m., First United MethOdist Church, 2901 Cale- houses, Bat Conservation, and Attracting Birds Friday, and 7 a.m to 11a.m. on Sunday. The Call.674-8773. doria St., Mariahna, in the AA room. Attendance Workshop 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Jackson County
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) n Sneads High School Project Graduation limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; Extension Service, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave, Mariis published Tuesday through Friday and Wright's Halloween haunt "13" -.6 p.m. to 9 p.m. papers will riot be signed. anna. Registration cutoff: Ot. 25. Fee $50. Register:
Sunday fnornings. Periodical postage paid 2012 Wilson Ave., Grand Ridge. $3 per person. Ages FRIDAY,OV. 1 rob.trawick@ufl.edu or call 482-9620. at Marianna, FL. 5 and Thder free. n Toys for Totsapplications Anchorage n Third Annual UF/IFAS Beekeepers Field Day & n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -8 8 Children's Home,4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- Trade Show 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Washington SUBSCRIPTION RATES to,9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist plicatioris will be take until noon on Dec.6. All toys County Extension Off ice, 1424 Jackson Ae., Chipley.
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10 a.m. Registration: $15 additional family nember$10. Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Lunch and refreshments included. Call your local forthree months; $6205orsix months; WEDNESDAY, OCT.Chipola College Spring Registration- 8 a.m. County Extension Office to register no later than for three months; $605 for six months; WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30 to 3 p.m. For current students with,45 plus hours. Oct. 25.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Call 718-2211. Toys for Tots Bike Ride 10 a.m. Beef 0 applicable state and local taxes. Mail Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St:, Marianna. Ap- )Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson 'Brady's, S.R. 71 across from Walmart plaza. Bikes subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys .County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and depart at 11:15 a.m. for escorted 80 mile run ending subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at10 a.m. experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share, at Madison Park. Food and refreshments furnished $92.24 for six noriths; and $184.47 for one n Eldercare USDA Food Distribution 8 a.m. learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. by Madison's Restaurant. Music by Cedar Mountain year. Eldercare Services,-2979 Daniels St., Marianna.All n Scholarship Boston butt Fundraiser Noon to Bank at Ip.m. Donation: $15 toy for rider and pas483-3220. 6'p.m..Madison Street Park. Families of late Teddy senger. Cash and check donations also accepted. ADVERTISING n Woodmen of the World flag presentation 9 Jeter, Bo McClamma and'Brandon Hobbs are selling )).Book signing for Loyd Gilbert 11 a.m; to 5 a.m. Confederate Park; Public invited. Boston butts to fund three scholarships to Chipola p.m. The Oaks Restaurant 4727 U. S. 90, Marianna. The advertiser agrees that the publisher Alcoholics Anonymus Open meeting No College. Butts are $20. Call718-2375 to purchase Author of:" Backfield of My Memory" and "More shall not be liable for damages arising to p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist Precious Memories." out of errors and advertisements beyond Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. n Book signing for Loyd Gilbert Gilley 1 p.m. to a North West Florida Chapter of FAMU Alumni the amount paidfor the space actually ackson Hospital Board of Trustees Finance 3 p.m. Chipola River Book and Tea, 4402 Lafayette Association sponsoring dinner for high school occupied by that portion of the advertise- Committee and Board meetings- p.m. in the St., Marianna. Author of:" Backfield of My Memory" Juniors and Seniors 3 p.m. Beef O'Bradys. Free.
mnents in which the error occurred, whether classroom at Jackson Hospital in Marianna. Call an More Precious Memories Learn about scholarship opportunities at FAMU.
S718-2629. n Bellamy Bridge Ghost Wailks 6:30 p.m. to Seating limited. Call Shirl Williams 594-3791 or Vinsuch error is due to the negligence of the 9:30 p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Marianna. Sister nie Ephriam 526-2713. publisher's employees or otherwise, and Anne Bellamy voices how twosisters married two )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30 there shall be not liability for non-inser- THURSDAY, OCT. 31 brothers and the complex family lives. '/2 mile walk to 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodtion of any advertisement beyond the n Toys for Tots applications Anchorage or transportation provided by JTrans $2 leaving ist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. amount paid for such advertisement. This Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- from Citizens Lodge in Marianna. Reservations plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys required to reservea bus seat. Call Jackson County D Bellamy Bridge Ghost Walks 6:30 p.m. to newspaper will not knowingly accept or will be distributed on Dec.21starting at 10 a.m. Tourist DevelopmentCouncil 482-8061 or email 9:30 p.m. at Bellamy Bridge in Marianna. A live publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- )) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. inf@visitjacksoncountyfla.com. paranormal investigation show. % mile walk or
t transportation provided by JTrans $2 leaving from ing which expresses preference based on Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. n Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m.at Evangel Worship Citizens Lodge in Marianna. Reservations required legally protected personal characteristics is Call 482-3734 Center, 2645-Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, to reserve a bus seat. Call Jackson County Tourist not acceptable. Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and Development Council 482-80til or email info@ Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call visitjacksoncountyfla.com. HOW TO GET YOUR The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar. Jackson County Floridan P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447.
NEWS PUBLISHED email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge. P olice RRoundup Submit your news or Community Calendar
events viae-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery. Marianna Police Deparhtment arm discharged, one fire alarm, one report license suspended/revoked, tag attached Fees may apply for wedding, engagement; of shooting inthe area, 17 traffic stops, one not assigned. anniversary and birth announcements. The Marianna Police Department listed ---- -. criminal mischief com- a Ronald Johnson, 49, 2895 Lovewood Forms are available at the Floidan offices, the following incidents for Oct. 27, the plaint, two trespass comrn- Road, Cottondale, non-child support. Photographs must be of good quality and latest available report: Two abandoned ve- plaints, three civil disputes, a Darren Mosley, 39, 700B Pointe Court, suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the hides, one reckless driver, two suspicious 4E one follow-up investiga- Tallahassee, non-child support. right to edit all submissions. vehicles, onesuspicious incident, one sus- tion, one assault, three Larry Pope, 37, 1100 Apian Way, Dopicious person, one highway obstruction, animal complaints,~seven than, Ala., fugitive from justice (Houston GETTING IT RIGHT two burglar alarms, 14 traffic stops, one lar- property checks, two assists of motorists or Co., Ala.)
The Jackson County Floridan's'policy ceny complaint, one suicide attempt, one pedestrians, two assists of other agencies, a Denise Koppel, 48, 3614 Highway 90, is to correct mistakes promptly. To noise disturbance, two property checks, and one threat/harassment complaint. Marianna, felony criminal mischief, resistSreport an error, please call 526-3614 two assists of other agencies, two public ing arrest with violence. Monday-Friday. service calls and 18 home security checks. Jackson County n Bettie Rhoden, 52, 1449 Clayton St., Correctional Facility Chipley, driving under the influence, no valid driver's license.
Jackson County Sheriff's Offices The following persons were booked into a John Doughtery, 47, 3902 Commercial the county jail during the latest reporting Boulevard, Harrisonville, MO., criminal The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and periods: mischief. county fire/rescue reported the following a Mary Holt, 32, 1440N 70 Ave., Holly- a Robbie Howard, 30, 601 2nd St., incidents for Oct. 27, the latest available wood, battery (domestic violence). Chipley, hold for Holmes Co. (non-child Report: Two accidents, four abandoned a Chad Ankenbrand, 38, 38 Miracle Strip support). vehicles, three suspicious vehicles, two sus- Parkway, Fort Walton Beach, hold for Pinel- Jail Population: 205 picious persons, one escort, one highway las Co. To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a obstruction, two physical disturbances, 11 a Edward Kaniewski, 57, 1880 Burkholder local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation, JC LFOIIC DAN..COMI medical calls, six burglar alarms, one fire- Circle, Jacksonville, habitual driving while call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).




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'SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Troop 3 scouts, (from left to right): Walker Crawford, Noah Everett Johnson (L) and Cameron Powell use poles and ropes Senior patrol leader Daniel Tillman leads the Court of Honor McArthur and Keary Nichols pick up trash along their hike to create their bridge. ceremony, as Scoutmaster Bill Kleinhans speaks to the crowd from Wynn Street Park to the Floridan Caverns. of family and friends of the Scouts.


Boy Scout Troop 3 attend campout

Special to the Floridan 3 Scouts began to work past few months. A crowd New youth leadership diligently to build a bridge of family and friends gath- for the upcoming 2013Troop 3 Boy Scouts of together. They used poles ered at d covered pavilion 14, year was introduced Marianna enjoyed a spe- they had taken with them to. enjoy grilled hamburg- as follows: Senior Patrol, cial campout and Court of and their Boy Scout rope- ers and hot dogs, along Leader, Daniel Tillman; AsHonor. ceremony held at tying skills to construct a with scout leader Es- sistant Senior Patrol Leadbeautiful Florida Caverns workable swinging bridge. telle Whiddon's banana er, Cameron Powell; Tiger State Park on the week-' This exercise was held to pudding. Patrol Leader Mathew end of Oct. 12-13. Scouts design and practice for a After the meal, special Pelham; Dragon Patrol gathered early Saturday special Scout Fest event recognition was given to Leader, Keary Nichols; morning at the Scout Hut that Troop 3 has planned Mr. Jack Hinson, a local ,and Troop Scribe, Noah Troop .committee.!pember EstelleWhiddonpresents at Wynn Street Park to be- for the first of next year. carpenter, for his :,con- McArthur. Troop 3 Eagle engravedhammers to Jack Hinson (L)-an:son, Dennis, as gin their hike to the Cav- Camping adjacent to tribution of numerous Scouts recognized were tokensoftappreciation for their dediciiiadsupport of erns. During the hike, the Troop 3 Boy Scouts' camp- hours donated to help- Chaison Johnson, Mark Troop 3 Boy Scouts. Scou ts picked up trash site was a large group of improve Troop 3's camp- Richards II, Skylar'Suggs, and litter from along the younger Cub Scouts from site at Camp Alaflo near Jacob Lafferty and Levin during the evening were: Following the ceremoroadside. The weather was Tallahassee. During the. Enterprise, Ala. Mr. Hin- Berry. Cliaisori and Mark Gavin Tharpe, Swimming ny, Troop 3 Scouts took a perfect for the 5-mile hike, weekend, Troop 3 Scouts son and his crew installed plan to continue their in- and ...First Aid;: Mathew -guided. flashlight tour of as it was cool enough to helped the younger Cub new toilets and greatly volvement:with Troop 3, Pelhi4. LifesavingL;Row: th ces which provedto enjoy the walk and scen- Scouts by showing and improved the overall bath- serving as Assistant ing, and completion of the be a popular activity with ery along the way. Scouts talking with them about room/shower facilities Scoutmasters. mile swim; DanielTillman, the Scouts. picked up' several bags of the various knots they for Scouts to enjoy ev- The family members Rifle Sho6ting, Shotgun Troop 3 is already plantrash and debris along the used and helping the ery summer. A Court of and guests were informed Shooting, Environmen- ning its next camping trip way, including cups, cans "little Scouts "walk across Honor ceremony was also of the exciting news that tal Science, Personal Fit- for November, which will and bottles, plastic wrap, the newly constructed held as a night of celebra- during the summer camp ness and completion of also include a canoe trip. and even an abandoned bridge. tion and recognition' for' at Camp AlaFlo, 2013,1 the mile swim; Noah- The Marianna Optibasketball. Saturday night was a very the well-deserving:Scouts. Troop 3 Boy Scouts were McArthur; Eiiergency mist.Club is the charterUpon arriving at the., special night of food and Many of the Scouts had awarded the following Preparedness aiid. Canoe- ing organization for Troop Caverns campsite, Scouts fellowship, along with the earned merit badges last -prestigious. honors: Best ing;. and. Keary Nichols, 3 Boy Scouts. For more began to put up their tents presentation of numerous spring and also at their campsite; Honor Troop; Swimming. and First Aid :,information- about Boy and prepare the campsite. awards and honors for the week-long camping ad- and Honor Camper award Daniel Tillman ,was also Scouts, please call ScoutAfter a lunch of various many achievements the venture last June at Camp to each of the Scouts. promoted to the' rank of master Bill Kleinhans -at kinds of sandwiches, Troop Scouts attained during the Alaflo. Merit' badges presented Life Scout. 526-2897.



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TAKES GOATS TO host book fair


C LQ UI T Special to the Floridan ... FEC membersare hosting the fair to promote
The Chipola College iu literacy. Pre-K through
ture Edqcators Club will 8th grade level books, of
host a Scholastic Book various genres and topics,
Fair, Oct. 28 through Nov. will be for sale. Chipola
1. students who work the
The fair will take place book fair will earn cred-D PHOTO in the new Teacher Edu- its to purchase books for
cation Building (0) from collections in their future Education majors Miranda Jordan of Bascom (left) and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p r classroons i.For fore Shannie Lockhart of Blountstown pose with some of the books 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 classrooms .For informa- availablefor sale. daily. tion, contactCasey Bush

Local Briefs
Boston butt Seventh annual rider or $25 per familyis From local reports SUBMITTED PHOTO Scholarship fund- Benefit Trail Ride suggested. The Covington rand Ridge FFA members had the raiser set-for Nov. 1 :is Nov.yl Corlslun team l Ph il
opportunity to take their goats to The families of the A trail ride to benefit the Directions to-the ride
Colquitt and work with Judge Robin late Teddy Jeter, Bo Mc- special needs students are: from Hwy 331 S.,
Rau of Shelby Acres Farms. Don Harper of Clammna and Brandon in Covington County turn onto Beulah Church Hobbs are selling Bos- schools will be held Mon- Rd. and follow signs or Harper Valley Goats, a Boer goat breeder, was ton butts to fund three day, Nov. 11. There will be from 331tBypass turn on also there to help students. They taught the scholarships to Chipola a morningride beginning Hathaway Rd and follow kids how to clip, groom and.show their goats. College. Butts are $20 at 9 a.m. and an after- signs. From Geneva take and will be'available for noon ridebeginning at Hwy 52-toState Rd. 54 They also had some classroom time, to learn pickup Friday, Nov. 1, at 1 p.m. Sign up will be at and follow-signs. For the parts of the goats aind about today's meat Madison Street Park the lake at 8 a.m. The first more information or help and dairy goat market. A big thanks to both from noon to 6 p.m. 20 peopleto sign up will with directions call Tricia IN STORE: Contact Lillie Hamil at receive a gift. Door prizes 334-208-2106, Donna at Ring Sizing, Watch Sof them for taking time to help chapter mem- 718-2375 to purchase a will be given away all day. 334-493-4138 or Susan at Repair, Custom Design,
bers. Pictured (from left) are Anthony May, ticket. A donation of $10 per 334-892-3815. aRestorating, Faith Hardin, Garrett McDaniel, Elizabeth ," Free Jewelry Cleaning Hailing, Ms. Robili Rau, Mr. Don Harper, Faith a ....Est.y191 Douthit, Haley Dime, Caleb Reed, Nick Hal- LOOKING FOR MORE NEW;? VISIT Est1971 ling and Myra Miles.

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First place winner is Leann Tan.

Jackson County

Quilters Guild Contest

Winners announced

Special to the Floridan tUal aspect of the area.
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Every year 'the Jackson to Oklahoma" by Linda 'County Quilters Guild has Edwards. Linda features a challenge contest where her many road trips to her members are asked to cre- home state of Oklahoma. ate a unique wall hang- She' remembers fondly ing. This year's theme was the trips her family took. 4 "My Favorite Vacation." Honorable Mention ".r a-n First Place Winner "Sedo- "RoSe Garden, by Charna, Arizona" by Leann Tan. lotte Hunter. Charlotte Leann's children sent her created roses to repre- and her husband on a trip sent her vacation spent to Sedona, Arizona. with her daughter where
Leann captured the she shared her love of unique scenery as well gardening by helping her as the Indian spiri- daughter plant
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THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
In this 2012 photo, former Florida Goy.Charlie Crist gestures to supporters before a campaign speech by President Obama in Tampa, Fla. Three years after leaving the Florida governor's mansion and losing a U.S. Senate campaign, Charlie Crist is plotting a political co~peback.


,Crist makes presence

known at Florida

Dems conference

The Associated Press that Charlie Crist has a lot
of style," Rich said. "With
so much at stake, I truly
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ference like a candidate as Crist, who called himself he builds up to finally an- "the people's governor' af. nouncing, what seemingly ter he was swornin in 2007, ... ,, everyone in Florida already will be keeping that thme Na-me ",..Phone Num.her "knows. now thathe's a Democrat.
W-L Crist said he will reveal He is also questioning 86-57 Address City Zip 'whether he will runfor whether Scott carebbut
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Rutgers but from beginning to end, Barack Obama and other Football contest rules: heworkedhallways, caucus Democratic candidates 1. Pick the winners of the games hidden in the ads shown and list them on the official meetings and events. He. last year. Then after regist~blank provided. was mobqJ by support- tering as a Democrat, he ers and posed for' cott- beganravelii the state tl",he Jackson County Floridan may enter the football' st weekly. 'less photos. The fact that and talking to Democratic ust be on the official entryform "; :.... the same activists used to groups. He said he wanted work to try o defeat Cri' to make sure the support
-rint ballot online at jcfloridan.com/s . didn't seernto matter. would be there if he ran for
3 Entries'must be in our hands by Friday at 5:00pm lowg te con "Everyboy seems to be governor.
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he cikonCounte(!.usehold duriO tt p: gi tivism in Florida-right now to that by saying he would .. .sta 5. m yn hgAf ey. walk upto hm and give million defining his opponnr m eset prper ID. and comte a W to r ve the weekly $75 prize. hi a unkind word, and nent. I think I now what n 'believe me, they would." that :means," said Crist. "I 7. Decisions of the judges are final on all contest rules. Democrats did- show- need toknowthatifljump case other statewide can- into this deep water, theres
didates, including former going to be some lifeboats.
Sen. Nan Ric, the only -So I have tried to test thbse I SHING EADQUARE credible Democrat now -waters and learn '"out LOWEST PRI $.RVICE UARAW seeking the nomination to that, and so far I feefpretty Challenge Republican Rick good about it."
Scott. Attorney general Republican Party of da-George Sheldon Florida Chairman Lenny iand chief finacial officer Curry, who amped out in candidate ii anIn the hotel where the Demoalso addressed the confer-" craft held their confer... ence on Sunday. ence, called Crist an un,.-Rich acknowledged that trustworthy opportunist, v:O 47 she won't be alone in the poi ning at his decision to HK Oi R HUTIN & Fi e race for long. leave the GOP primary for "At the moment, Iremain Senate in 2010 and run as new the only serious Demo- an independent. St /cratic candidatefor gover- "When the economy got .... ..i :nor, but I havela snireakidng tough and he was running IIn ,a suspicion that's going to for the U.S. Senatihe was larn. 3.a n, change soon,'' she said."I traveling the state -giving resns know that being a woman, the most right-wing, reda mom 'and a grandmother meat speeches that I've Is qo*@. www.kubota.com probably gives me an un- ever heard before or since.
EVERYTIING YOU VALUE OKI boTa Trator~ .201 fair advantage over Char- Then .when that didn't lie." work, suddenly he was this She also said leadership (independent) that stands isn't based on personality, for everybody,- and now a but principles. he's a Democrat," Curry "There is- no denying said.


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The Associated Press
ple of months. Pam Fuller
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Georgia governor Ride operator appears in

appoints lawyers for operator in

Florida water dispute court on NC fair mjuries

The Associated Press ter, leaving too little for
downstream communi- The Associated Press
ATLANTA Georgia ties, business and wildlife
has appointed lawyers to and killing off Florida's- RALEIGH, N.C. A carnival ride handle a legal dispute with valuable oyster fishery. operator facing assault charges over Florida over regional water Scott filed the lawsuit after injuries from a ride at the North rights that is headed to the federal officials declared Carolina State Fair made his first U.S. Supreme Court, au- a fishery disaster for oys- appearance in court Monday, with thorities said Monday. termen on the Gulf Coast. a prosecutor saying there are still Attorneys Seth Wax- Oysters need a mix of fresh unanswered questions about what man, Chris Landau and and salt water jn order to happened.
Craig Primis will lead thrive. Timothy Dwayne Tutterrow, 46, of 4 Georgia's litigation team, "Georgia has refused Quitman, Ga., faces three counts of according to a statement to'fairly share the waters assault with a deadly weapon, in- jf from Gov. Nathan Deal that flow between our two flictinlg serious injury. Each count and Attorney General states, so to stop Georgia's is punishable by up to eight years in Sam Olens. The legal team unmitigated consumption prison.
will also include Georgia of water we have brought Wake County District Court Judge attorneys Bruce Brown, the matter before the U.S. Keith O. Gregory declined a request THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Todd Silliman and John Supreme Court," Scott said during the brief hearing to lower Ride operator Timothy Tutterrow (right) leaves court after he makes his first Allen. at the time. Tutterrow's $225,000 bond. The de- appearance in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh, N.C. on Monday, Oct. 28. TutFlorida Gov. Rick Scott Water officials in metro fendant, dressed in an orange and terrow faces criminal charges related to ride malfunction that injured five people Floda Gov. Rick Scott Water officials in metro fendant, dressed in an orange and at the N.C. State Fair on Oct. 24. Tutterrow of Quitman, Ga., faces three counts of filed a lawsuit earlier this Atlanta say the region's wa- white striped jumpsuit, was taken assault with a deadly weapon, inflicting serious injury. month asking the U.S. Su- ter usage is dropping. They back to jail in handcuffs. preme Court to divvy up arguethatoverfishingcom- Wake Sheriff Donnie Harrison ingin the right way." Tutterrow's current lawyer said water rights in the Chatta- bined with natural cycles said investigators determined the Tutterow's lawyer, Roger W. Smith he knew nothing. of those prior hoochee, Flint and Apala- contributed to the oyster ride had been intentionally tam- Jr., said Sunday that his client is a charges. chicola rivers. The river die-off, not metro Atlanta's pered with to bypass critical safety loving husband and father. "WhatIcantellyouisthatTimTutsystem serves Alabama, water consumption. devices, though authorities have "It is such a tragedy what hap- terow is a good man and he would Florida and Georgia. "It is time for Florida to provided no details of the evidence pened and he's just reeling from never intentionally harm anyone," 'Environmental officials stop playing politics and against Tutterow. that," Smith said, "He's devastated Smith said.
in Florida say metro At- start negotiating in good The "Vortex" jolted into mo- and distraught. All his thoughts and Those who remain hospitalized lanta uses too much wa- faith," Deal said. tion Thursday evening as people prayers are with those that were are Anthony Gorham, 29; and Kisha were exiting, dropping riders from injured." Gorham, 39. The name and gender heights eyewitnesses estimated at Tutterrow's wife and several mem- of the 14-year-old in the hospital 'up to 30 feet. bers of his family traveled to Raleigh was not provided in court filings:
M any students lefThree people remained hospital- for the hearing. They declined to The Vortex had at least one other .ized on Monday.with serious inju- comment on the case as they left technical problem at the North Sl ries, including a 14-year-old. Two the courtroom. Carolina fair. A safety switch that school after others were treated and released. Records show Tutterrow was ar- keeps the ride from operating unWake County District Attorney rested in Georgia in 2002 on a felo- less seat restraints are engaged malColon Willoughby said in court he ny charge of possession of cocaine functioned on Monday. The ride H O P E an would personally handle Tutterow's with intent to distribute. He was was temporarily idled as workers prosecution and that more charges sentenced to four years of proba- replaced the switch, but it reopened could come as the investigation tion under a program for first-time Monday night after being tested, moves forward. offenders, according to records. state inspectors said. The Associated Press times out of about 35,000 "There are still some unanswered He was also arrested in 1997 in The ride was supplied by Family graduates, Light said. questions we are trying to get to the Kentucky on a charge of possessing Attractions Amusement Co. LLC of ATHENS, Ga. More Technical college system bottom of," Willoughby said. "These cocaine. Details of how that charge Valdosta, Ga. Smith said Tutterow than 11,000 Georgians administrators believe the are vety serious charges and we was resolved by the court were not had worked for the company for lost HOPE grants to attend change in HOPE grant eli- want to make sure we are proceed- immediately available. several years. state technical colleges ,gibility is one of the main
when the state Legislature reasons for declining van for tee imposed tougher academ- enrollment. aurch stats f d to van for tee
ic requirements in 2011, .Meanwhile, the number
and more than half have of graduates the technical The Associated Press Henderson said. "I've just not re-enrolled in school college system produced been totally overwhelmed as of this fall, according to has also dropped as enroll- OPELIKA, Ala. Sha- and totally blessed and Technical College System ment declines. ron Henderson carries I'm thankful." of Georgia statistics. The system turned out her 14-year-old son, Dal- Thbse interested in conAs a way of curbing the 28,278 graduates in the las, many places in her tributing to th.und may costs of the lottery-funded 2013 academic year, down arms. For Henderson, it is do so at any Wells Fargo HOPE program, state law- from a peak of 35,579 in a necessity. bank by donating to the makers in 2011 raised the 2011 and the lowest total Her son, who has Neu- "Dallas Project Benefit minimum GPA students since at least 2008, accord- rofibromatosis type 1 and Donation Fund." Donahad to keep in their first ing to figures compiled an unknown skeletal dys- tion can also be mailed to year from 2.0 to 3.0. by the technical college plasia, cannot walk on his the church at 2900Waverly As a result of the cost- system. own and requires a wheel- Pkwy, Opelika, AL 36801. saving measure, 11,471 During those same two chair to get around. For Updates on the fund can students in the system's 24 years, HOPE funds flowing doctor's appointments be viewed on the Facetechnical colleges lost their into the technical college out of town, Henderson book page "Dallas Project' HOPE grants. system declined from $211 has to lift her 60-pound In a Friday, Sept. 13 photo, Dallas Henderson (left) shares Benefit Donation Fund." Last year, with, lottery million in 2011 to $74.1 son out of his chair and a moment with Michael Murph, 13, as Rishi Yadav, 13, sits For more information, revenues up, Gov. Nathan million in 2013, partly as a into her Ford van, then roll between them during physical education class at Opelika contact the church at Deal and lawmakers re- result of changes in HOPE his wheelchair into the car Middle School in Opelika, Ala. 334-749-3916. versed field; restoring the eligibility, partly because with a ramp. Last week, minimum GPA to 2.0 for of declining enrollment. her church took action to pastor, Amanda, said that and go as any teenager SIGN UP FOR students this fall. And the change in the help one of their own. as a mother, she can relate could or should," HenderOfthe ll,471 peoplewho HOPE GPA requirement On Friday, Connect tothe difficultyHender- son said. "It gives him inlost their HOPE grants last wasn't the only step leg- Church of Opelika re- son. faces taking her son dependence and it takes a year,3,286havetheirgrants islators took to cut back cently started a fund, out into the world. load off my back." TODAY!!! renewed 'and are enrolled HOPE expenditures and called the "Dallas Proj- "Being 14, he's not a Brogdon said he would With EZ pay, your bill is this fall in Georgia public shift more of the cost of ect Benefit Donation baby. It's a job to do and be working with differ- automatically paid eacb technical colleges, system college to students. Fund," to raise enough as women, it can be cliffi- ent retailers, as well as month from your checking officials have announced. The Legislature has also money to purchase a cult," Ms. Brogdon said. Henderson, to deter- account or credit card About one in five, or cut the value of the grant, specialized van with a Henderson said the mine the best vehicle for eliminating the need for 2,341, who lost the grants which no longer covers wheelchair lift for Hen- main, thing Dallas needs Henderson. paper bills, statements last year stayed enrolled the cost of books or fees. derson and Dallas. Pas- is a way to get in and out "That's more important and stamps. and have graduated from Some classes of people are tor John Brogdon said a of the van, as carrying him than anything: What does' J ACKSON COUNTY their programs. no longer eligible, such as new van is not a conve- multiple times a day gets she need?," Brogdon said. FLORIDAN That leaves 5,844, or 51 those who have been laid nience for the family, but harder every day he gets Henderson said she is To sign up for percent, who did not grad- off from work but already a necessity. heavier. thankful for the support EZ Pay call us at uate and are not enrolled, have a college education. "As time goes by, we're "It wears me out and it's her church and commu- 850-526-3614 or according to the technical State appropriations all aging and the essen- frustrating," Henderson nityhave given her. visit us at college system's count. have also declined. Even tial part is for him to feel said. "It limits us, so we "It's totally awesome," JCFloridan.com At Athens Technical Col- as state lawmakers ask the like he can do things on don't go out a lot."
lege, 543studentslosttheir system to turn out more his own and he's seeing In addition, Henderson HOPE Grants because of trained workers, the Leg- he can get into the car," said it would be nice to the 3.0 reqiUirement; 156 islature and Deal have cut Brogdon said. "I think it's have a vehicle that Dallas of them are registered for funding for the system by going to help his morale could grow up with. schoolthisfall, saidAndrea $3 million, about 18 per- aswell." "It makes a difference Daniel, Athens Technical cent, since 2008. Brogdon's wife and co- for him to be able to come College's vice president for As the state pays less,
student affairs. students are paying more.
"A lot of people are in The appointed board need of this financial as- that governs the technisistance because they ei- cal college system has
ther lost their jobs or could also steadily' raised tuiition * not find better employ- costs over the past decade. ..
ment. The people com- Students now pay about
ing back (after regaining 43 percent of the cost of
HOPE eligibility) are peo- their education through . ple who basically had to tuition and fees, while the
quit college because they state contributes 48 percouldn't afford it," said cent. Federal money cov- * Mike Light, the system's ers about 9 percent of the
executive director of technical college system
communications. budget. In 2002, the state
The change to 2.0 won't paid 62 percent, students
lessen the overall quality of paid 24 percent and fedgraduates, he said. eral sources covered 14
"We always say we guar- percent.
antee our education," Locally, Athens Techni- WY Light said. cal College enrollment BEN D.M .D.LOCAL NEWS, YOUR WAY The system will retrain jumped from 6,009 in 2007 BEN SAUNDERS, D M D WEEKNIGHTS AT 5:00, 6:00, & 10:00 aworker for free if an em- to 8,322 in 2011, and tech- PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY ployer complains, and nical colleges statewide 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL last year, employers called saw similar big enrollment (Between Burger King & Big Lots) 526-SPIT in that guarantee just 33 increases. (Between Burger King & Big ots) 526-SPIT




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Obituaries Haunt

James and Sikes From Page 1A
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel manning the haunted
4278 Lafayette Street house at Wright's place
Marianna, Florida 32446 this year. Located at
850.482.2332 2012 Wilson Avenue in
Grand Ridge, the Wright's
Ouida C. Halloween Haunt began
Gates Saturday night. It continued Monday night, and
will be open Tuesday, Oct.
Ouida C. Gates, 81, o 29,from 6 to 9p.m. and
Altha, died Saturday, Octo- 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. and
ber 26, 2013, at Bay Medi- on Halloween night, Oct.
cal Center. 31, from 6 to 10p.m.
Ouida was born in For a dozen years,
Holmes County in 1932 to Wright put the haunted
the late Johnny and Bessie house together herself
Callaway. She has lived in and played the part of a
Jackson County most of her witch in her show, letting
life and has lived in Altha children from the neighfor the past 33 years. Ouida borhood and surround
was PHOTOS BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN was a of areas come through the From left: Zombies Ronnie Bowen, Alaynah Weiss, Rhyne Danford and Shelbi Byler lurch along the exit path at the Wright's 1951. house free of charge. But Halloween haunted house, reaching out togive guests one final and memorable goodbye.
Ouida is preceded in this year, to help fund
death by her husband Jes- Project Graduation for Anyone who wants to sie Lane Gates; two broth- her granddaughter Tori experience the Wright's ers, James Curtis Callaway, Johnson and fellow class Halloween Haunt better and Gladus H. Callaway.; members, Wright let her do it this year; Wright says one sister, Eula M Lewis property be transformed this is her last go-round. Steptson, for a cause..Not only is Since her granddaughter
Survivors include hus- there a haunted house and most of her friends band of 37 years Curtis this year, there's also a are graduating and movMayor Gates, of Altha; one
son, David Gates and wife, haunted graveyard on ing into adulthood, Janair; one daughter, Kathy her land where zombies, Wright said she felt it was Donofro and husband, ghosts and fiends of many about time she stopped, Paul Jr., all of Marianna; descriptions roam the and that it seemed appro'thiee brothers, John. W. grounds. Hanibal Lech- priate to end the HallowCallaway, Charles E. ter, Chucky, the Exorcist een tradition on its' Callaway both of Eagle crew, some really fright- 13th yea and in this ,' < Lake, Don Callaway of ening babies, a fortune way. Haines, City; one sister, teller and many other "It's very rewarding," Marjean Jones of Lake famed fiends are there. Wright said of knowing Christy ategrs Tyus, Chris- The graveyard keeper will that her haunted house
topher and Jessica greet you as you enter her tradition will be helping Donofro; one great grand- domain, some young people she child Hunter Tyus. Parents, students and loves.-"My granddaughter
Funeral service will be at grandparents worked on ('Tori Johnson) has lived*
1 p.m. Tuesday, October the set up for about three with me off and on all h r 29, 2013 at James and Sikes weeks. For show nights, life. It was awesometo G.iveyard keeier Lyndsey Poole stands ready t ishe viitbrs through the cemetery at Funeral Home Maddox the students borrowed have her with me, par- Wright's Hallowee Haunt. Chapel with Rev. James some costumes, made ticularly after my husClyde Gates, Rev. Sam others, and did their own band died, to help me get The students say they felt
ficiating. Interment will fol- ghoulish make-up. They through a hard time. All it was the right, and fin, low in Galilee United chose their own charac- her graduating class and thing to do. Several said Methodist Church ceme- ters and themes for the other friends were in and they felt itiwas also a way tery in Graceville with nine-room house a pole out of here all the time. to thank their parents for James and Sikes Funeral shed they enclosed with They all call me "MeMe," all the support they've Home Maddox Chapel di- garbage bags. and they've all been spe- given through the years recting. This year, the entry cial to me. This year they and a way to share a few
Family will receive fee is $3 per person, with all worked so hard, and so more special times with friends from 6 to 8 p.m., ages 5 and under get- many of their parents and their significant grownMondaly aHomes andSies ting in free. On Saturday, grandparents did, also. It ups. And there's one Chapel. when a chili supper sale means a lot to me to be more thing t hat made it
Expressions of sympathy was thrown in to the mix, 'part of it." ", :; alluring; this is one more may be made online at the haunted house:event Senior parents say memory the class of 2014 www.jamesandsikesfumeralhomes.com raised'almost $500. The they count themselves : can r~ake together. Scenes totals for ensuing nights blessed tohave raised from te haunted house This table full of "unappetizers are arrayed in a were not known at this children who matured might someday wind up stomach-turning display at Wright's Halloween Haunt. ts writing, but the organiz- into the kind of people in a slide show, perhaps a ers are hoping for similar who felt it was only right couple of decades reunion. In the mean- be slouching grotesquely Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. takes for the remaining to help their elders raise from now when they time, if you go, beware your way. And they may Your Local Florist and Gifts evenings. money for their party gather for their 20th class of those zombies. They'll be armed. 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna
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eors heavily. Cok knows givingmoney, instead, can believe inpart on what key knbWof the need. t that having a Thanksgiving help him buy more of the happened.last year ouid is great this year. There are From Page lA and Christmas table laden birds at the $15 bulk rate. this time, when sonieo'ie more people in need, and From Page 1A with food can make a big Money 'for non-per-, stole a chunk of the turkey that means we have more
of her, according to FHP. been in years. And the difference in a family's ishable canned and dry money that had been re- challenge.We'll start giving
A local EMS crew took supplies they took in that sense of well-being and in' goods or donations of cenrtly received but not yet the turkeys on Nov. 19, and Tyus to Jackson Hospital day won't be on the shelf its measure of hope for the thbse, items, he said; are debosited.in the, bank. will go through Dec. 19.We for treatment of the seri- for long. When his fiscal future. also needed.. Cook said churches of all hope to have 400 bought ous injuries she received year just winding down, He's looking for an out- In letter; he sent out denominations reached by then, and lots of the exin the 7:49 a.m.-crash. Cook estimates- that, in pouring of support from recently, Cook challenged out to replace those funds tras on the shelves to make
The driver of theFreight- the 2012-13 cycle, the or- the community as he tries every Baptist church to or to buy turkeys them- their meals complete. If liner was listed as 48-year- ganization stepped in to to make sure thattheyhave buy at least one turkey. selves. Individuals and you can have a beautiful, old Hialeah resident Ar- help families in more than turkeys and trimmings for Because .Chipola .,Fam- businesses also responded bountiful Thanksgiving.or mando Ferandez ,Pino. 20,500 instances. With those red-letter days. fly Ministries is associated in a bigway, he'Si..... Christmas table, I think it Neitherhe nor his passen- the economy still strug- He needs money for with the Chipola Baptist' Heaid- he beves that means 'a lot to people who ger, 48-year-old Hialeah gling, he said, he's seen about 400 turkeys and Associatlon, e has that piri f giving will take are struggling. It's a sense resident Maria Gonzalez, some families who used more for the pantry items mailing list. But Cook is hold this'year asWell. of hope you get, and that's was injured. to be regular donors turn needed to fill out the holi- hoping news of the turkey 'Thaniks to the generos- so important to keep your
The Tyus vehicle was 'to the Ministries for help day tables of those fami- and nonperishables drive ity of the caring people in energy up to keep going. towed to a local garage. themselves., lies in need. He said giving will reach other churches Jackon County, we pulled To find out more about The tractor-trailer fig was The new fiscal year be- $15 will outfit one family inthe community and that out of that situation. They how to help or to make ardriven to an area truck gins at a critical time of with a turkey. Although he all will step in to help. came out of the wood- rangetments for delivery of stop for tire and wheel need-two holidays are welcomes the outright do- 'He said he has faith that works to help, aid I know goods or money, call Cook repair. coming in which foodcfac- nation of turkeys, he said will happen; he bases that they will gie again once at 482-6407

( r nt ing ownership of'the rel- for the Melvin firm puts it, designed by the Florida it leaves the pools, heads plication in late November evant property that may "kind'of asmall park." Department of Transpor- back into existing drainage or early December. With From Page 1A mean an inter-local agree- Louy Harris, CapitalProj- tation when Prough Drive systems and males its way any money awarded being ment is in the future of ects and Contracts Admin- .was constructed, but water to the Chipola River. processed for use by late could become a real point the Marianna and Chipola istrator at Chipola College, still drains, untreated, into As much as,$670,000 in January. of pride on the Marianna College. City Manager Jim said those enhancements theriver. grant money is possible If the NWFWMD grant campus if a grant appli- Dean said one way to sat- could include amenities' Rick Pettis, planning di- froin theiNWFWMD, Pet- money comesthrough, not cation recently approved isfy those requirements like walking paths, foun- rector for the Melvin firm, tis said, with the city also only could the city and the by the city commission is could be for Chipola to tains, gazebo-style seating says in the surrounding in line to get a waiver for river benefit, but Chipola approved. convey ownership of the areas and more. area there are now 380 its matching money for the College may, too. David H. Melvin Inc. land to the city, while the The size of the current acres without storm water project. And "Lake Joyce" could Consulting Engineers, cdllege maintained the pond would increase, H.ar ponds that drain toward "We've got our fingers becomepart ofa view from working in concert with property, but that deci- rissaid,andthesitewould the Chipola River. Plan- crossed,' he, said. "We theartscenterthat'sathing Chipola College and the Sion is pending the award bepermittedasawetpond, ners hope as much as 50 think it's a good project." of beauty itself. Northwest Florida Water outcome. meaning it would have percent of the currently .Being able to reuse storm Management District, has The project would help water in it continuously, untreated storm water will water for campus irrigation FOllow us On development a project to solve a city storm water not dry to an unsightly pit be handled by the new purposes, while protecting Twitter improve the campus storm treatment problem, reduce when there's no rain. system. the river sounds like a good water retention pond lo- the pollutant load that gets Corrections to the drain- Treatment of the storm idea to Pettis.. cated near the Chipola into the river, and reduce age system and retention water would be achieved "A lot of people around Center for the Arts. What's demand on the aquifer by function of the current by using a combination here have strong feelings pn place now, city officials reusing water for irrigation pond are planned, since of natural systems, such abotit the Chipola'" he say, is inadequate to treat ofnearbycampusgrounds, storm water that comes as.permanent pools and said. the amount of storm water all while making enhance- from areas near Jackson vegetative shelves.. Pettis "Hopefully with projects .. . that flows through there. ments to the facility and its Hospital is pouring out said wetland plants can ex- like this, we'can keep it the The NWFWMD, the surrdunding area, so that into the middle of cam- tract a good deal of heavy wayit was." twitter.com/ awarding state agency, has the end result is, as Rick pus, bypassing the existing metals and other impuri- Pettis said he's lookingfor jcfloridannews grant stipulations regard- Pettis, planning director holding pond, which was ties from the water before an answer to the grant apPJacksonQun VaUlt &

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Troops turn to liposuction to pass fat test Asian carp reproduce in

The Associated Pres Great Lakes watershed

SAN DIEGO Soldiers The Associated Press
often call plastic surgeon
Adam Tattelbaum in a TRAVERSE CITY, Mich.
panic. They need liposuc- Scientists said Monday tion fast. 4 they have documented
Some military personnel for the first tirlle' that an
are turning to the surgical Asian carp species has THEASSOCIATED PRESS
procedure to remove ex- successfully reproduced Tommy o
cess fat from their waists within the Great Lakes G oszewski, holds a
in a desperate attempt to. wtgrass carp taken from a pond
in a desperate attempt to. watershed, an ominous at an agency lab in Columbia,
pass the Pentagon's body development in the strug- Mo., in spring 2013.
fat test, which relies on gle to slam the door on
measurements of the neck the hungry invaders that a foothold in the lakes, and waist and can deter- .could threaten native they could spread widely mine their future pros- '- r fish. and destabilize a fishpects in the military. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS An analysis of four grass ing industry valued at $7
"They come in panicked In a Thursday, Oct. 17 photo, a group of sailors and Marines who failed the so-called "tape test" carp captured last year billion.
about being kicked out or are led by an instructor on a three mile run as they work to improve their fitness and remain in in Ohio'V Sandusky River, Grass carp are less worgetting a demerit that will the military, at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. Doctors say a number of military a tributary of Lake Erie, risome because they eat hurt their chances at a personnel are turning to liposuction to remove excess fat.from around the waist so they can found they had spent larger plants instead of promotion," the Rockville, pass the Pentagon's body fat test. their entire lives there plankton and don't comMd., surgeon said. motions for years, service Pasquale said liposuction others ordered to the exer- and were not introduced pete with native species,
Service members com- members say. works for those with the cise program. "And unfor- through means such as although they could harm
plain that the Defense Failing three times can wrong genetics. tunately; I'm an. example stocking, according to valuable wetland vegDepartment's method of be grounds for getting "I've actually had com- of that." researchers with the U.S. etation where some fish
estimating body fat weeds kicked out. manders recommend it Military officials say the Geological Survey and spawn.
out not just flabby phy- The number of Army to their troops," Pasquale tape test is still the best, Bowlirng Green State But because all Asian siques but bulkier, museu- soldiers booted for being said. "They'll deny that most cost-effective tool University. carp species require lar builds. overweight has jumped if you ask them. But they available, with a mar- Grass carp are among similar conditions to reFitness experts agree and tenfold in athe past five know some people are in gin of error of less than 1 four species imported produce successfully, the
have joined.the calls for the years from 168 in 2008 to really good shape and un- percent. .: from Asia decades ago to Sandusky River discovery military'sfitness standards : 1,815. Inthe MarineCorps, forttmunately are just built Air Force Gen. Mark controlalgaeandunwant- suggests it's likely that to be revamped. They say the figure nearly doubled wrong." Walsh noted only about ed plants in controlled any of them could spawn the Pentagon's weight ta- from 102 in 2010 to 186 in Jeffrey Stout,.a sports sci- 348 of 1.3 million airmen settings such as sewage there and in many other.
bles are outdated and do 2011 but dropped to 132 ence professor-at the Uni- have failed the tape'test treatment lagoons. They Great Lakes tributaries, not reflect that Americans last year. ; versity of Central Florida, but excelled otherwise. escaped into the wild and said Duane Chapman, a are now bigger, though not i"The Air Force and the said the tape testdescribes Even? so, his branch have spread into the Mis- USGS fisheries biologist necessarily les h~thy. Navysad they do not track :the body's shape, not its heeded the .:complaints sissippi and other rivers and member of 4he reDefense officials say the discharges tied to the tape composition, such as the and modified its fitness and lakes across the na- search team.
test ensures troops are'. test. percentage of body fat or program in October. The tion's heartland. "It's bad news, Chapready for the rigors of com- Still;, service members the ratio'of fatto muscle. Air Force obtained a waiv- Of greatest concern in man said. "It would have bat. The military does not say they ae under intense "I woudn't want my ca- er from 'the Pentagon so the Great Lakes region are been a lot easier to concondone surgically alter- scrutiny as the mtay reer, decided on tht," he airmen who fail the tape bighead and silver carp, trol these fish if they'd ing one's body to pass the trims its ranks becau e of said. .test 'but, pass physical fit- prolific breeders that been limited in the numtest,.but liposuction is not budget ,ttand the wind- A more accurate 6dmethod, nesxams can be mea- gobble huge amounts of ber of places where they banned. -gd f ~tipf the Afgl ; ,Ihe said,;uldbe to use sedushi the body mass plankton' tiny plants could spawn. This makes
The Pentagon insists that stEn war. I. calipers to measure the ,index. and animals that are vital our job harder. It doesn't
only a smallfraction of ser- Dr. Michael Pasquale of thickness of skin on three Marine Staff Sgt. Jeffrey to aquatic food chains. make it impossible, but it
vice members who exceed Aloha Plastic Surgery in different parts of the body. Smith applaudedthe move. Scientists say if they gain makes it harder."
body fat. limits perform Honolulu said his military. "That way these guys are Smith said he has received
well on fitness tests. clientele has jumped by not hurt by aibad measure- five Navy achievement '"
"We want everybody to more than30percent,, ment," said Stout,'who has medals but has not been
succeed," said Bill Moore, 2011, with about a half- researched the accuracy of promoted since failing the KELSO N DISCOUNT
director of the Navy's Phys dozen service members different body composi-' tape test once in'2009. DRU GS
ical Readiness, Program. 'coQminginevery month. tion measurements. "They call you names like '"J'his isn't an organization "They .'have to worry Strength-and-power ath- 'fat bodies,"' Smith said.
that trains them and says, about their careers," the letes and those who do a "They talk a lot of trash 'Hey, get the heck out."' former soldier said. ."With lot of twisting that builds to you and put you down
The Defense -Depart- the military downsizing, up the muscle tissue over quite often."
ment's"tapetest" usesneck it's putting more pressure the hips would likely fail He launched an online
and waist measurements' .on these guys," ... the Defense Departmenf White House petition this rather thanithe body mass. Military iisufance cov- test, he added. -: summer t6 talk to leaders
index, a system based on ers liposuction only if it is Marine Staff Sgt. Leonard about the tape test.
an individual's height and deemed medically neces- Langston, 47, blames him- The 1,700 signatures fell weight that is widely used sary not if itiis considered self for weighing 4 pounds short of the 100,000 needin the civilian world. cosmetic, which would-be over his maximum weight ed to get a response, but
Those who fail are or- the nature of any proce- of 174 pounds for, his 5- Smith said the Air Force
dered to spend months dure used to pass the test. foot-7 frame. gives him hope other in a vigorous exercise and The cost ofliposuction can "I think we've got- branches might also heed
nutrition program, which exceed $6,000. ten away with keep- the complaints.
Marines have nicknamed Some service members ing ourselves account-, "There's got to be somethe "pork chop platbbon" or :go on 'trash 'diets or use able. Especially the older thing better for Marines "doughnut brigade." Even Weights" to beef up their Marines have let things who are working hard but if they later pass, failing necks so they're in propor- go," he said after-sweating justborntike atree stump,"
the test once can halt pro- tipn.with' a, larger waist. through 75 crunches with Smith said.


Immigration bill fate murky on eve of lobbying

The Associated Press' -to influence the policy. agenda issue. Which has become a pothat passed the Senate," The recent budget fight litical drag for the GOP, WASHINGTON Pros- Rubio's spokesman, Alex only inflamed conserva- -many rank-and-file House
pects for comprehend Conant, said Monday in tive GOP feelings toward Republicans' have shown sive immigration, leg- explaining Rubio's backing Obama. little inclination to deal
islation this year grew for limited measures. Most House Republicans with it. With just a few leg- I
murkierontheeveofanall- Since'88 Democrats and reject a comprehensive islative weeks left in the out push by a coalition of Republicans joined to- approach and many ques- House, it'sunclear whether business, religious and gethei to pass the Senate tion offe ihg c citizenship lawrihakeis will vote on any law. enforcement to bill in Juine, opponents to people who broke-U.S. measure before the year is
convince the House to and many conservatives immigration laws to be in out.
overhaul the decades-old have stepped up their this country. The House
system. pressure against anyimmi- Judiciary Committee has Noem berf1
Proponentsseizedontwo gration legislation, based moved forward with indi- -"" Sdeveloprients as a Senate- not only on their prin- vidual, single-issue immi- T'i passed measure remains ciple opposition bit gratin bills.
stalled in the 'House their willingness to Although House Re
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Indians, Raiders, Eagles lead PC preseason voting

BY DUSTIN.KENT No. 8. Those are large shoes to fill for dkent@jcfloridan.com Three different Panhandle DeMeo, who will also be tasked teams received a first-place vote, with replacing the National The JUCO men's basketball with the Indians garnering three, Player of the Year in point guard season will tip off this weekend the Raiders two, and the Eagles Chris Jones, who is now playing and the Panhandle Conference one. for the defending NCAA chamagain appears td be among the All five coaches gathered Mon- pion Louisville Cardinals. toughest in the country, with day for a teleconference to talk "It's a real challenge," the coach league teams taking up five of about their teams, with the new said. "They've had some terthe top eight spots in the FCSAA coach of the bunch the one rific coaches here. Hopefully we Men's Basketball Preseason Poll that is leading the defending can follow suit with what coach
released Monday., champions. Forbes did, but going to back* Chipola is the highest-ranked Steve DeMeo takes over at to-back national title games was of the teams at No. 2 and is the Northwest Florida State for Steve quite a feat. Being able to do that FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO preseason favorite to win the Forbes, who left to take an assis- when you have a big target on Arthur Edwards, left, and Lamin Fulton go for a rebound during an FCSAA Panhandle as voted on by the tant coaching position at Wichi- your back is incredible. State Tournament game last season. Edwards and Fulton are two of several coaches, followed by Northwest ta State after leading the Raiders "My thing is that it's a day-tokey players that the Northwest Florida State Raiders will have to replace Florida State and TallahAssee in to 30 wins and a second straight day deal. You work hard every this season, along with All Conference forward Elgin Cook and National a tie for third, Pensacola State trip to the national title game Player of the Year Chris Jones. at No. 7, and Gulf Coast State at last season. See VOTING, Page 2B

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Miami's Herb Waters celebrates after scoring
a touchdown during the firt half of Saturday's
game against Wake Forets in Miami Gardens.


'Canes, 'Noles

gearing up

for showdown

The Associated Press

CORAL GABLES There are definitely
X three things that Florida State and Miami
have in common right now.
Both are 7-0.
Both are among the nation's top 10
teams.
Both are not being forthcoming about
their disdain for the other side.
The! third-ranked Seminoles twill play
host to the seventh-ranked Hurricanes
in Tallahassee, Fla. on Saturday night, in
a matchup with national championship
implications and one that at least statistically-- could be considered one of the
most significant in the history of the storied rivalry. Barring season-openers, this
will be only the ninth time that Florida
State, and Miami have met with both sides
FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO unbeaten.
Chipola's Demetrious Floyd looks to make a play during a game last season. The Indians will open the regular season Friday. It's just another game, Miami receiver Stacy Coley said.
No, it's not.
Inwedianse going p iencedto prepare he same," FloriNo, they won't,
BY DUSTIN KENT guard Demetrious Floyd (11.4 points- But it's the play of the returning core The politically correct comments so dkent@jcfloridan.com per game last year), 6-foot-4 wing play- of players that will likely determine just far, anyway of the players involved not .:, er Carlos Morris (13.3 points per game), how far the Indians and Blake can go in withstanding, this is one of those games Patrick Blake's first season as head and 6-foot-7 power folwad and Flori- year two. that will be overhyped when there's no coach at Chipola College woild be da State commit Cinmeon Bowers (11 "It's going to be very important. As need for hype. They have waged some of deemed a major success at most points, 6.9 rebounds per game). far as scoring goes, (Morris, Bowers, college football's all-time classic games, schools: 26 wins, an 8-4 record in the Highly-touted 6-foot-4 guard To- and Floyd) were our three leading scor-- withupsets and blowouts andWide Rights always tough Panhandle Confereice, rian Graham also returns looking for a ers last year," Blake said. "Where they and Wide Lefts and dozens of eventual and seven Indians players landing on breakout season as a sophomore, and need to grow is how they set the tone NFL players all involved in the rivalry, one of the All Conference teams. the Indians also get a huge boost from every day. I was watching the Bulls- whichhas been somewhat one-sided in However, success is defined at Chipo- 6-foot-3 redshirt freshman guard Sam Thunder exhibition game the other recent years. la by championships, and on that front, Cassell, Jr., who sat out last season but night and Jeff Van Gundy made a great Florida state has won the last three the Indians fell short last season, steps into a prime role as the team's point about how if you don't hav6 the nieetings by a combined 101-56 score, and But they'll have the opportunity to starting pint guard this year. right best players who set the tone ev- oddsmakers Sunday set the*Seminoles as getright back into conference and state The Indians again brought in a tal- ery day, then you don'thave a chance to an early 21-point favorite a massive title contention this year thanks to one ented crop of freshmen such as 6-foot- win a championship.If our best players number against a ranked opponent, say of the most talented returning core 7 forward Dont'e Reynolds, 6-foot-4 don't set the right tone, then we don't nothing of that opponent being a seventhgroups of players in the country, guard Jamaar McKay, 6-foot-9 Senega- have a chance to go where we want to ranked rival that's still unbeaten past the Chipola will have three sophomores lese big man Alpha Ndaw, and 6-foot- be." midpoint of the season. who were first-team All Panhandle 6 former Malone Tigers standout Ty Florida State rolled past North Carolina Conference as freshman: 5-foot-li Baker. $ee READY, Page 8B State this weekend 49-17, while Miami needed two fourth-quarter touchdowns
_from Duke Johnsonto rally past Wake Forest 24-21. The Seminoles' numbers have
o 6IrTOi~Cs been staggering of late, winning their last three games by 63, 37 and 32 points, reEagles head into playoffs with perfect record spectively. Miami, meanwhile, has trailed
playoffs if t by double-digits in each of its last three ;games before rallying every time.
"Imean, it'swhyyou come to UM," agrinBY SHELIA MADER The Eagles finished their with one assist, and Jorrian It was and has been a team ef- ning Hurricanes linebacker Denzel PerryFloridan Correspondent season Thursday night with Weshley added two goals. fort, and will coltiriie to be," man'said, after being begged on Saturday a perfect 8-0 record thanks to Following the game, Eagles he said. to say something anything about the Marianna Recreation De- a comeback victory over the coach Nick Bosland said he The Eagles were not sched- Seminoles, when it was clear that many of partment soccer playoffs previously undefeated Storm. was proud of his team's offen- uled to play Monday but will his teammates weren't willing to go down were scheduled to start Mon- The Eagles fought back sive and defensive effort. take the field tonight at 5:30 that path immediately following the win day night with no team more from a deficit with Bishop "The Eagles couldn't have p.m. against the winner of the over Wake Forest. "It's a lot of fun. You're excited for their chances than Bosland picking up two goals won without staunch (de- Chaos vs. Wolves game. competing with guys you played against the Eagles from the PeeWee and adding two assists, while fense) from Big Larry (Wil- Results of that game were in high school and Pop Warner, so it's a lot league. Gabe Carver had two goals liams) and Amarion Speights. not available at press time. of fun."




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Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota (right) hands off to running back Byron Marshall during the second half of Saturday's
game against UCLA in Eugene, Ore. Mariota threw for 230 THEASSOCIATEDPRESS yards and a score while Marshall ran for 133 yards and three Alabama running back Kenyan Drake (17) stiff arms Tennessee defensive lineman Gregory Clark (93) during the first half of
touchdowns in Oregon's 42-14 victory. Saturday's game in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

reg edges past Florida Bama, LSU Wait for SEC showdown

TheAisociated Press and some stiff competition against up in 2011 was dubbed the Game of TheAssociated Press table, it'll likely play in a some really good teams coming the Century, with LSU winning in third straight BCS champi- TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Alabama up here," Saban said. "But this bye overtime and Alabama dominating Oregon passed Florida onship game, and fourth in and LSU have two weeks to get week comes at a really good time the rematch in the national chamState and moved into sec- five years. healthy before their latest SEC West for us. We've got a lot of guys nicked pionship game.
ond place behind Alabama Florida State has a chance clash. up who could use some rest. We can Tide safety Landon Collins was alin the BCS standings. to gain on Oregon this week The extra week of anticipation is also use the time to try to help some ready eager for the game after beatThe Ducks jumping the whenitplays seventh-place just a bonus. of our players improve. ing Tennessee.
Seminoles was not a sur- Miami on' Saturday. The The top-ranked Crimson Tide (8- "That's going to be our focus this Alabama lured the prized recruit prise. Florida State had Ducks are off, but Oregon's 0, 5-0 Southeastern Conference) week." -from Geismar, La., about 30 mina slim lead on the Ducks next game comes against coasted into a second open date Alabama has had an assortment utes from Baton Rouge two years
in the first standings last fifth-place Stanford on Nov. with a 45-10 win over Tennessee of injuries, particularly on defense. ago.
week. Oregon's convincing 7. Saturday that marked the team's Safety Vinnie Sunseri is out for the Now, he's become the Tide's start4g-14 victory against UCLA Florida State's schedule sixth consecutive victory by, 25 season while noseguard Brandon ing strong safety with the injury to
gave the Ducks the boost it after Miami has Wake For- points or more.. Ivory missed the Tennessee game Sunseri:
needed. est, Syracuse, IdahO and The Tigers (7-2, 3-2) have been for what Saban described only as "It's fantastic," said Collins, who
Oregon moved up to third Florida before a possible supplanted as the Tide's chief chal "medical reasons." returned an interception 89 yards
from fourth in the com- Atlantic Coast Conference lenger in the West this season by No. Running back Jalston Fowler for a touchdown against the Volunputer ratings and remained championship game. Ore- 8 Auburn after losing to Mississippi didn't play in the second half after teers. "I've been looking forward to
second in both the USA To- gon's schedule after Stan- two weeks ago; They eased. into sustaining a concussion. this day.
day coaches' poll. and the ford has Utah, Arizona and their first bye week with a 48-16 win LSU, meanwhile, has had nine "I didn't know I was going to play Harris poll to give it a .9517 Oregon State before apos- over Furman. straight weeks of football followed or what Iwhat goingto be able to do BCS average. sible Pac-12 championship Healing is the main priority for by open dates before both Alabama for the team. I just want to be able
Florida State, after rout- game. both head coaches,;not extra prepa- and Texas A&M. to dominate them like we've been
ing North Carolina State The long-term forecast ration time. "Sometirhes we wish it could have doing in the past four weeks."
49-17, has a .9211 BCS av- looks good for the Ducks, "The key piece will be getting come a little earlier," said receiver The Tide has, outscored its last erage. The Seminoles are with the Pac-12 gener- those guys who are injured some Odell Beckham Jr., who had 204 re- four SEC opponents by a combined third in each poll, though ally rated tougher than the time off their feet," LSU's Les Miles ceiving yads and-two touchdowns 170-17 with shutouts of Ole Miss they gained a little ground ACC. said. He said LSU will have some against Furman. "You get beat and Arkansas. on the Ducks, and second Ohio State is still fourth in team meetings and watch film on down in that SEC, SEC game after Tennessee's second-half field goal in the computer ratings. the standings after its 63-14 Alabama but take much of the week SEC game. It's a toll on your body, snapped a 104-0 scoring streak that Two-time defending na- victory against Penn State. off from practice. but you couldn't ask for a better was Alabama's fiftl-longest.
tional champion Alabama The Buckeyes' remaining Nick Saban has a similar plan for time for a bye week." % Tide receiver Kevin Norwood said is first across the board.. games are against Purdue, the Tide, which also had an open The Tigers have had a bye week the team is only making it look easy Alabama's remaining Illinois, Indiana and Michi- date. before facing No. 12 Texas before the last three meetings. Ala- on Saturdays.
schedule is LSU, Missis- gan, and are in great shape A&M. He said the team might have bama also had one in 2010 and 2011 "Just all the work we've put in, it's sippi State, Chattanooga for a Big Ten champion one extra day of'LSU work, while and lost both those regular season coming out," Norwood said. "Man, and Auburn before a pos- game appearance, too. Still, also giving the players tutorials on meetings. I'm telling you, we work'really hard sible Southeastern Confer- theBuckeyesprobablyneed upcoming SEC opponents Missis- But before the rise of Texas A&M for what we're doing. For these guys ence championship game. two of the. teams ahead of .sippi State and Auburn. last season and Auburn this year, to come out and play the way we do, If the Crimson Tide run the them to lose to move up. "We've got some big challenges thiswas the game. The 1 vs. 2 match- it's just amazing. "


year it's all about staying "We're trying to get ev- shared.it and that is cer- you're a sophomore.You're The Commodores will healthy and at Christmas eryone to come together tainly something that. is expected to do things at a also have some size on the From Page lB staying eligible." and get on the same page, very positive for our team higher level, but he seems interior with the presence Barnes said it has been but we've got some good and our attitude. The guys to be up to the challenge of 7-foot-1 sophomore single day and don't look tough watching his team guys and I truly enjoy this have done a great job.of so far with his work ethic Andrew Fishler, who avback. Almost everyone on miss out on the postsea- group," Pena said. "We're: trying to do everything and leadership. I expect 'eraged 3.1 points and 3.7 the roster is new, and the son two seasons in a row' growing every day. We're that we've asked; now it's just as much as he gave rebounds per game as a coach is new, so there's not after making consecutive not going to be a finished just a question of getting us last year and a little freshman. a lot of continuity there. trips to the state title game product early irn Novem- better at it." more." The numbers aren't overWe're trying to build that. I in 2010 and 2011 and fall- ber, but I like. this team. Jay Powell is going into He'll get some help in the whelming, but Powell said hope we have a lot of suc- ingjust short of a national We've got a group of fresh- his seventh season as backcourt from return- they don't indicate the full cess, but it will be a team title in 20,11. menIfeelverygoodabout. head coach at Gulf Coast ing 6-foot-4 sophomore impact that Fishler has effort. I'm looking forward "I-hate losing. If you're Going into my fourth sea- State, and the. Commo- Basil Deveaux (3.9 points, when he's on the court. to the challenge." going to be any kind of son, this is without a doubt dores will have to replace 1.6 assists per game) 'and "He's long and athletic The Tallahassee Eagles competitor, you've got to our best group. We have to a pair of big-time guards if 6-foot-4 Rutherford alum for a 7-foot-i man and were picked to finish No.'3 hate the losing part of it," grow together a little bit they're going to make any John Wade, who drew he'll probably have betin the conference despite he said. "But I like this more, but we've got some noise in the Panhandle raves from Powell on ter statistics at the next ending the 2012-13 sea- group because we're a great attitudes and I really this season. Monday. level. JUCO can be tough son at the bottom of the little bit more athletic and like this club." The departed Chad "John Wade has really on big guys like Andrew," league standings at 2-8. we're long. We're probably There are a lot of unan- Frazier and Jose Rodri- improved his body and" the coach said. "We plan But TCC will get back one of the taller teams in swered questions about guez were 2/3 of a dy- perimeter jumper since on him being able to alter some key players from the conference and we can the Pirates, but Pena said namic guard trio along high school. He's intense some shots and run the injury such as 6-foot-10. score at every position. he has been encouraged with Devon Baulkman,. and willing to defend," he floor real well for us and center Richard Peters, "What it comes down to, by what he saw in the pre- who returns after.averag- said. "John is going tobe a defend and rebound. We they return All Conference and' every coach will tell season, especially with ing 15.5 points per game really good player for us. hopehis offensive game is guard Trevor McDade you this, is getting on the his players'. team-first as a freshman and may Basil is greatly improved improved as much as we (15.1 points per game last same page because every approach. have to be an even bigger with his ball-handling think it is. He has put toseason), and get in group night it's going to be a war, "The thing that stood scorer as a sophomore to and decision-making. gether a lot of work to get of potentially high-impact even in the non-conifer- out is how well they keep the Commodores in With that and a couple of better." transfers in Eavin Mor- ence.Whenyoustep outof played together. They're contention. freshmen we've brought The Panhandle Conferris (Kent State), Cameron the league and somebody extremely unselfish, "He'll have to up his play in, they should be able to ence season opens Jan. 4 Nay!or (North Florida), knows they're playing a which is certainly a big somewhat, especially ear- step into those roles that when Tallahassee goes to and Chipley High School Panhandle team, they play positive," he said. "They ly on while the other guys Chad and Jose brought Niceville to face Northwest alum Cameron Dozier it like it's the national title shared the basketball very are figuring things out," on the perimeter, though Florida State and Chipola (Palm Beach State). game. Everyone wants to much. They shared it and Powell said of Baulkman. they were both very good goes on the road to take Long-time. TCC coach challenge the Panhandle. missed shots,'but we have It's a little different when players." on Pensacola State. Eddie Barnes said he be- For us, it's about being
lieves if his team can stay ready to play every day s healthy, it can get back and playing like you're -to the elite level that has getting ready to play for a -eluded the Eagles since national championship."
they won the conference Pensacola State comes
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but injuries really hurt us," But if the Pirates are the coachsaid."Weshould to ascend up the league .- _.*_,_ -" have a good mixture of standings, they'll have to
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Fiiday- Cottondale at The Associated Press Tannehill has thrown to Graceville, 7 p.m.; Ver- wideouts in his 23 starts. non at Sneads, 7 p.m.; DAVIE The Miami Newcomer Wallace, Marianna at Florida Dolphins had little time meanwhile, has only one High 6:30 p.m. Monday to dwell on their score 'this year,:'Acquired mdst dreadful day yet this last offseason" to stretch Chipola Men's year. defenses, he's on pace for
Basketball After blowing a two- career lows in' receiving
TheIndians willopen touchdown lead at New .yardage and touchdowns.
The Indians will open England to lose their Rookie kicker Caleb Stthe regular season ip fourth game in a row, the urgis is in a slump, too. He Friday at home against Dolphins must regroup made his first 10 field:goal East Georgia at 8 p.m. quickly to face first-place ties but is now 11 for 15, Cincinnati on Thursday. With one attempt blocked Chipola Softball 5K The quick turnaround Sunday .and another tandFun Rn might be for the best, be- bouncing offthe upright.
Chipola Softall cause the latest defeat was The defense hasn't been host its secondftb annualwill one to forget. good enough to win lately, host its second annual "Obviously we aren't either. Miami rariks in the 5Kv.16. at an all-time high right middle of the NFL pack in Nov.Regis6.now,"' quarterback Ryan HEASSOCATEDPRESS run defense, pass defense

Rat7eat at e h a Tannehill said. "But we've New England-Patriots defensive back Logan Ryan (left) strips the ball from Miami Dolphins and takeaways, and has alSoftbalomlex got to get back on track. quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) in the second half of Sunday's game in Foxbdrough, Mass. lowed 20 points or more in 5Kce st at a That's the only option we six consecutive games.
K race starts at 8 am have with a short week. Sacksandturnoverswere terbick has been espe- Tannehill lost a fumbJe But while the Dolphins' with theoneile Fun We've got to put this one again the most glaring cially erratic late in games, on a sack and threw two woes .are numerous, WalRun at 9 a nm. behind us, learn from it problems in the Dolphins' with a passer rating of 60.9 iriterceptions, all after lace said the solution is For informellatiBrons, and get ready to face a latest loss, but there's'also in the fourth quarter this halftime. He's tied for third simple.
cipoiaAssistan Ke oin good team Thursday." a new, troubling trend. season. in the NFL with 14 turn: "We go to work. That's all Chipola Assistant Regrouping won't be They had a shot at win- Poor protection remains overs five lost fumbles you can do," he said. "Sit850ftbll18-2468. easy after the collapse at ning in the fourth quarter part of the problem, de- arid nife interceptions. ting here and saying that 85078-2468 Foxborough. Miami (3-4) in each, of the past three spite the acquisition of left :'The Dolphins ran for a isn't going to get it done."
was outscored 24-0 over games but were outplayed tackle Bryant McKinnie, season-high 156 yards, The Dolphins are in danRecreation Football the final 24 minutes to each time. who started Sunday after but their run-pass balance gert f finishing below .500 Marianna Recreation lose 27-17, accelerating a "We've been. a really three days of practice with again drew second-guess- for the fifth consecutive Department will offer tailspin that began after good first-half team, but the Dolphins. The Patriots ing, Offensive coordina- season, but even by their two tackle football the Dolphins won their we're not a really good sec- blitzed relentlessly in the tor Mike Sherman is call- recent low standards, the ~eagues adn oie boys' first three games. :ond-half team right now," second half, and Tannehill ing pass plays two-thirds urret losing streak is a flagfootball league this Now they've gone more receiver Mike Wallace was sacked six times to of the 1irme this season, long, "6e. Only one other year. Registration for than five weeks without said. "We have to do a bet-' tie his season high. His 32 which is fourth-iighest in time since 2007 have they youth ages,6 to 13 will a victory, and they'll be ter job to close out games. sacks lead the NFL. the league. lost four games in a row. be held through Friday hard-pressed to end the We just have to step on At times the Dolphins Compounding Miami's "I don't feel like the seafrom 8 a.m. to4 p.m. at drought against Cincin- their throat. We can't let seemed ill-prepared to offensive problems, re- son is starting to slip away, The Marianna Educa- nati (6-2). The AFC North up, that's all -: the whole block blitzers, while re- Ceiver Brandon Gibson because we have a great tional and Recreational leaders extended their team, in all three phases." ceivers struggled to get was sidelined by a knee team," safety Jimmy WilExpo (MERE) located at winning streak to four Tannehill's play has re- open despite one-on-one injury that may be seasdn- son said. "We lost four in a 365Caverxs Road in games Sunday by drub- gressed in recent weeks, coverage. The result was a ending. He has threeifthe ow, so bw we got to win Marianna bing the Jets 49-9. and the second-year qiar- sorry flurry of turnovers. nine to ichdown catches 'for in a tow." The registration fee __for flag football is $30
-for all participants, The
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S.a copy of theirTAMPA PA Tampa' Bay's wasn't really himself. He to try to play a little more birth certificateYou struggling offense suffered couldn't do the things he balanced.". may also visit our web- another setback Monday: needs to do to be effective, ,"te,at www.leAguel-v- Receiver Mike Williams s t's timeto get surgery."
needs surgery to repair, a Before sitting out this
go to the football.,page hamstring injury and will month's game against the and download a form- miss the remainder of the Eagles, Williams had not Th:eage of all partici season. missed a game in his cap4rft Fridaywill b Williams was placed on reer. He's started 52 of 54 The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida, the layer's age for the injured reserve when the games he's appeared in entire season, Bucs returned to practice and has 215 receptions Chipola Regional Arts Asociation & Chipola Colleg Anyone that may be after having the weekend for 2,947 yards and 25 Pr)oudly Pr lrese interested in coaching off. The fourth-year pro touchdowns. a team of officiating who signed a six'year, Williams going on IR The 9TH Annual youth football please $40.25 million contract in leaves rookie quarterback contact the Marianna July, had 22 receptions for Mike Glennon with' just Recreation Department 216 yards and two touch- one established receiver, on at 482-6228 orcomeby downs insix games. Jackson, who's had 100dingr registration. "Mike-had a hamstring yard games in two of the A injury that he tried to play third-round draft picks 0 rand Ri0dge Old through, but just wasn't four starts.
effective doing it," coach Tiquan Underwood
Tiner's Game Greg Schiano said. "He'll likely will move into the
Grand Ridge School_ get surgery now, and it'll starting lineup, and Wilwill hostan Old Timer's be repaired. He'll be fine, liams' absence figures to NOVEMBER 3 1:00 to 4:00M Basketball Game for but it'll be a little bit of a create more playing time form Inds on Nov recovery." for Chris Owusu, Eric Chpola Arts Center 3056 College St Marianna,
9 at6p.m Losing Williams is yet Page and Skye Dawson, a : All ~prmer admi.stra another blow to the win- trio of young, unproven tors',layers, coaches-, less Bucs (0-7), who've receivers.
ga is $2. Cnces- guard Carl Nicks, who are "Mike's been banged Wofsey
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an. a ca~eauction. wll Williams injuredhis right year, so I don't think it's Ibe hel at halft ie. hamstringagainstArizona going to be that much of eith Martin Johns
Proceeds from the,' on Sept. 29. He was inac- a change," Schiano said.
eventwilb:eused0, to tive against Philadelphia "Relative to what cquld DleCo fundthe restoration of on Oct. 13, but played the have been, sure. Mike's a Dr Jill Wofsey Dale Cox
th class composite pic- past two weeks and had a very fine player. But that's
tures, theGrand Ridge combined seven catches part of life in the NFL The Free Admission Family Event 4Delicious Food School yearbookan for 52 yards and no TDs. next man will get the op- Music by Gary andJi, Wofsey '. Door Prizes oherstuidentvets A year ago, Williams portunity, and we'll go .! SiFormer students: :: teamed withVincent Jack- .with that." Interactive Children's Art Activities wishing t play or cheer son to give Tampa Bay one Tampa Bay is next to last + 4 Regional Art Exhibit '& Reception can cqtntactWanda '.: of the top receiving tan- in the NFL in total offense, Le i 48 -9835, ext. ( dems in the league. Jack- averaging 297.7 yards per Meet Guest Artist and Writer 22J oanda.ewis@ son is off to another strong game. The league's only Keith Martin Johns and Dale- Cox jtshrg i order to *' start with 41 receptions other winless team, Jack- .p gsternes e for 623 yards and four sonville, islast. A Special Thanks to This Year's Sponsors y~.own souvemr.., TDs. However, the sore Schiano said he does .te t-..shirt. hamstring hindered Wil- plan to tweak some JACKSON COUN The class com~.osite liams' ability to do what changes to try to help +'J' Brwe'sStdi
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Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. I Got a Clunker"
)* Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 . Clunkerl 2006 ( We'll be your Junker! : Hyundai 2006 Elantra GT, We buy wrecked cars
loaded, leather, sunroof, and Farm Equip. at a 4 cylinder, automatic, 5 fair and honest price!
door hatchback, 69,000 $250 &i t Cmplete Cars
miles, $7500. 790-7959 $2 nMCee C!8: Hyundai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles,CALL 3347146285 Silver in color, great car like new. $11,000 Looking for VW Van 850-209-8449. MUST SELL !!!!in Enterprise, AL sold in Enterprise, AL
Mercury 2001 Grand Mar- in 1983. If you have
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cold air, 89,000 miles, contact me @
like new. $5995. Call 334- swtcraft @hotmail.com 790-7959. -- ------- ---- ---Mercury 2005 Monterey Van: tan with tan inte- 6 We buy Wrecked Vehicles rior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent RUNdn 0t shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call Rni o n 334-393-1440 344791 4714
Nissan 2005 Altima 132,000 miles, black in color new tires, great car. $4000. 850-209-8449. WE WILL BUY YOUR CAR OUTRIGHT MUST SELL Regardless ofyear, make, model, we have Nissan 2012 Altima, low miles, must sell, $200 millions of dollars on hand to pay you good down, $269 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- money for your curent vehicle. 0028. We Are On The Coast But Worth The Drive, A Nissan 2012 Versa, GAS SAVER, well equipped, & reputable, we can give you a fair price still under factory warranty, $250 down, $250 appraisal ip 15 minutes. per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334791-8243. Call for appointent, dealer. 7-4977975
Toyota 2011 Camry, Great family car, great gas mileage, pwr windows, door lock, Am/FM, CD, $300 down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
Toyota 2011 Corolla, 4 door, like new, under warranty, $200 down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis.334-714-0028. .


2007 Poloris Victory Jackpot, 40K miles, 1634cc, 100 cu. in., 106 stroker kit, many extras, custom pegs, mirrors & windshield. 2 seated & 1 solo seat, lost job need to sell $8500. 334-432-3249.
Harley Davidson 2009 Sporster XL 1200C, red, excellent condition 6300 miles, $7695. 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras.


2012 Nissan Pathfinder one owner, excellent condition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, Phone 334-796-5036
Lexus 2010 RX350: Loaded car in excellent condition. White with tan leather interior.. Just completed 50,000 mile service. $29,900. Cell 334-701-2642.


Ford 2010 F150 FX4 4-door, completely loaded, excellent condition, 158K miles, $18,900 t 334-791-3081.
FORKLIFT-TOYOTA 2000 Model, 3300 Ib, lift cap., excellent condition., $4,700 205-902-4212
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Ring night arrives for Heat, with Bulls awaiting

The Associated Press They happen to be the first game," Thibodeau said. "You've
MIAMI LeBron James gets got to be ready for them regardanother ring. Derrick Rose gets less of if it's the first game or not. to play again. You've got to be ready for everyIn simplest terms, let that serve body. ... It's important to estabas the teaser for what's going to lish your habits. What goes into happen on Tuesday night when to winning is not any different no the Miami Heat raise their'sec- matter who the opponent is. The ond straight championship ban- fact that they're the defending ner and third one overall just be- champions, we know we're going fore opening the season against to have to play well to beat them. the Chicago Bulls, one of their They don't beat themselves." biggest rivals. Emotions always play a part of. The Heat will get their rings in Ring Night, and' this will be no an elaborate pregame ceremony, exception. one that everyone -well, almost Seven years ago, when Heat everyone inside the building veterans Dwyane Wade and will be watching. The Bulls plan Udonis Haslemgot their first tito stay in their locker room for te rihgs, Miami played the Bulls the festivities, and it's somewhat for the opener. Final score: Bulls logical to think they'll be spend- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 108, Heat 66. ing part of that time verbalizing Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) drives to the basket during a preseason game against the Pelicans in "We learn from our missome sort of sentiment about New Orleans last week. takes," Haslem said. "And we emerging and spoiling the party. Now the Bulls get Rose back, 18 Rose was widely criticized for said. "He had to protect himself. remember." "We don't like them and they months after he tore up his left his decision to not come back Alot of people killed him for not Last season, it was the. first don't like us," James said. "It's not knee. Over the last five seasons, last season, those cries ramping coming back. A lot of people'i* Heat game for Ray Allen, and like it's unheard of. We all know James has four MVP awards, up only after word emerged that said 'He's practicing, why can't naturally it came against his forwhat it is. They don't like us, so Rose holding the -other from he was cleared for practice. If he he play?' He basically caie out. mer club, the Boston Celtics. Alwe don't like them." that span. And with Rose back, could practice, many said, why and said he was selfish. He had len will have a showcase role in True, there's plenty of dislike. the Bulls and the East fig- couldn't he play? to do what's best for him. I kind the pregame ceremony this year; Bulls center Joakim Noah's "Hol- ure to be tougher for Miami this James, who plans to offer Rose of envy him." not only does he actually get a lywood as hell" description of season. a welcome-back sentiment out Rose will likely not have anyre- ring this time, but part of -the the Heat, uttered more than two "I'm looking forward to it, but of respect for his game on Tues-. strictions on his minutes. pregame show features his seayears ago after Miami ousted I'm going to take it as any other day, said he watched the saga And. though it is the first of 82 son-saving 3-pointer in Game Chicago in the Eastern Confer- game," Rose said of his long- that followed the Bulls around games in the regular season, 6'1f the NBA Finals against San ence finals, remains one good awaited Afficial return, after get- last season play outand felt a bit Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau Antonio. example. The physicality of last ting through the preseason exhi- envious about it all. suggested Monday that the Having this game be against year's East semifinal series be- bition slate. "It's the first game. "They're a rival, the Bulls, but opener is not exactly just a mea- the Bulls is only fitting, Heat fortween the clubs, which Rose It's the next game. And we're just the one thing I kind of envy in suring-stick game for Chicago ward Chris Bosh said. watched from the bench while trying to sharpen things up, play the whole Derrick Rose injury against the two-time defending "We have a special little. sitting out the season, remains the same way but just get our thing was when he came out and champions. thing with those guys," Bosh another. chemistry a little bit better." said he had to be selfish," James "Everybody's chasing them., said.



Pacers' Granger to miss 3 weeks with calf injury

The Associated Press a knot in my calf where I hurt it. addition would be the return of April, he finally opted for season- "They said ifI had not missed the They (the doctors) just said to sit Granger. If healthy, the 6-foot-9 ending surgery. whole year, they probably would INDIANAPOLIS Danny out until I didn't feel it." A former: All-Star adds depth and When training camp opened have sat me down a week and a Granger tried to brush aside any Granger missed all but five scoring to an already dangerously last month, Granger was cleared half." new concerns about his injured games with a tendon injury in his trong roster, to work though he was given ex- The biggest difference between left calf Monday. left knee, and therewerebig ques- But Monday's announcement, tra time to rest as he finished his the injuries, Granger noted, is Pacers fans can only hope he's tions about his health throughout which came' the day before. In- rehabilitation from surgery. that last year he was dealing with right. the Pacers' busy offseason. diana's season opener against Now, he'd dealing with a a jgint injury that severely inhibHours after -the Pacers an- Indiana signed three free Qrlando, is only creating more strained muscle in his lower left ited his play. This time, he's simnounced Granger would miss agents, hired two new assistant concerns. leg that forced him to miss the ply trying let a muscle heal, an three weeks with a muscle strain, coaches, brought Larry Bird back Those outside the team's in- final week of the preseason and injury he's played through in the he walked out of practice with a to the front office and traded for ner circle see comparisons be-: could push return back into mid past. smile and insisted this injury is Luis Scola. The Pacers are hop- teen this announcement and to late November. So why sit him now? The Pacnothing like the one that kept him ing the moves pay off after they what happened last season when Granger insists there's nothing ers say it's a "precautionary meaout of action most of last season. pushed Miami to Game 7 in the Granger was told to rest his in- to worry about. sure." He's expected to miss, at "It's not terrible," he said.."I can Eastern Conference finals. jured left 'knee. Granger didn't "'They're holding me back be- most, seven to eight games in run up and down the court but Those within the organization play until February and returned cause theywant ittoheal," Grang- a season Indiana hopes.to play when I start jumping, it feels like have always believed the biggest to bnch after only five games. In er said, referring to the doctors. close to 100.


experience fr. me and I in bunches, and Bowers' ing three of the 14 first- we're very good. We can stay focused on our goals hope it was a great learn- power and versatility on place votes. get there; we've just got to and keep improving." ing experience for *some the interior, and the hew- By Blake's own admisFrom Page 1lB of our freshmen who comers should all be able sion, the Indians haven't I can sh any ting st mine played a pivotal part of to make. significant con- quite looked like a preMorris echoed those- that team." tributions as well. season favorite in their ED M C CO Y thoughts in noting the Chipola had an uneven The X-factor for the In- exhibitions, though Casimportance of .the soph- exhibition season,, win- dians could be Cassell, sell, Jr. said that the play- 850-573-6198 cell omore class to be more ning just four out of sev- Jr., with the Connecticut ers' belief in what they emccoy02@yahoo.com than just productive play- en scrimmages. commitment and son of can accomplish has not 2t century 21 Sunny ers on the court, but also Blake didn't sugarcoat the former Florida State been affected. -- outh Properties leaders off of it. the lack of preseason suc- and NBA star of the same "Everybody expects to LE UR 4630 HWy. 90 Marlanna, FL "It's about sticking cess for his team, noting name possessing the win a championship," he www.emccoyrealty.com together and fighting that there is still much playmaking ability -and said. "We've got a lot of through adversity. We've work' to do to reach the court savvy to guide a work to do, but we're im- S been through -it, so we level necessary to com- Chipola ship full of guys 'provingdaily.Talent-wise, ...... have to keep the fresh- pete with the top teams more wired to score than men doing right," he in the Pahandle. to assist.
said. "It was difficult (last "We're 4-3. That's our "We have a lot of guys year). We had no leader- record in scrimmages and who like to have the basship. It's something that's that's who we are right ketball in their ,hands getting better, but it's still now," thecoachsaid."The and like to score, so I'm a process.'I know I have to great thing about it is that counting on him being be more vocal. Last year I doesn't count, so this Fri- that leader..and distribuwas just playing. I wasn't day night (when the team tor, but he's still talented a leader. I wasn't ready for opens the regular season scoring the ball," Blake that role, but I'm tryingto against East Georgia) I'm said. "He's got a game better myself on and off going to put on the board similar to his dad. It's an the court." '1-0,' or '0-1.' I'm hoping old man's crafty game, While the returning that will get, their motor and he, makes big shots. players had a lot to learn running. It's rare to get a kid like after their freshmen sea- "These guys have had this that's not only talentsons, their coach was also a lot of practices and not ed but brings a high basarookie lastyear and said that many games (since ketball IQ and the savvy he also went into the off- the summer), but now that he has. Hejust hasto season knowing that he with the lights coming on, get the rust out and figure had room to grow and I hope that gets our mo- out how to use that in a improvements to make in tor ticking a little bit and game setting." order to get the Indians to gets us more locked in to Chipola was picked by the next level, what we need to do." the coaches to win the "The main thing I take The Indians know what Panhandle Conference away from last year is they have'with Morris' in the preseason poll, just how much better of a perimeter scoring, Floyd's receiving four of the five coach I have to be for us dynamic ability to break first-place votes, and to be successful," Blake down the defense with is also No. 2 in the presaid. "That's been the his quickness and score season state poll, receivtough part. I focused so
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