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Jackson County Floridan

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
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.
Resource Identifier:
ACA5476 ( LTUF )
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER the corner of McKeown Mill Road called in to assist as round two of the
I dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com and Eugenia Street in Sneads in the chase ensued.
early morning hours SeveralcountydeputiesandSneads
S A Grand Ridge man was arrested of Sunday and, be- officers boxed him in at a location
on more than a half-dozen charges cause Land was driv- south of Sneads, but Land wouldn't
Ui after an incident early Sunday morn- ing a Nissan sports car get out of the car, McAlpin said. In-
ing in Sneads. that allegedly fit the stead, he kept moving forward as
According to Sneads Police Chief witness description in two SPD officers and two deputies
Burt McAlpin, a Sneads police officer the gun incident, the approached on foot. Another officer
tried to pull James Land over after a Land officer turned around arrived and was finally able to block
SUBMITTED FILE PHOTO report of a motorist who had been and pursued it. The of- Land in, McAlpin said.
Herman Laramore, second from left, will be among those seen waving a gun from inside the .ficer briefly lost sight of the car but Land was not compliant when
honored at Friday's Farm City Day breakfast. Earlier this car he was driving. continued searching for it and saw it
year, Laramore was named as the 2013 Jackson County An officer encountered Land'at again. Jackson County deputies were See CHARGED; Page 7A
Agricultural Innovator of the Year. Pictured (from left) are:
Jackson County Extension Director Doug Mayo; Laramore,
of Bar L Ranch; Rob Trawick, horticulture agent; and Josh
Thompson, agronomy agent.
Farm jIn Tribute t iAll Veterans.
Farm CityDay


to recognize


top producers

Annual event is 7 to 9 a.m.
on Friday at Ag Complex on
Penn Avenue in Marianna
From staff report annual Farm City Day
celebration in Jackson
Jackson County is one County, and for the past
of the farm capitals of the several years has been or-
region, and each year a ganized and put on by the
Sday is set aside in recog- Jackson County Chamber
nition. f the critical in- of Commerce. It is a spn-
terdependence that exists sored event and there is
between. the more urban no charge to attend. How-'
sector of community and ever, those who go are
the agriculturists who live asked to voluntarily bring
and work deep in its rural at least one jar of peanut
countryside. butter to contribute when
The annual Farm City they arrive. The peanut FLORIDANSTAFFR POTOS
Day Breakfast will be held butter will be donated to
at 7 a.m. on Friday, Nov. local food pantries. The
15. The two-hour event Peanut Butter Challenge
will be held at the Agricul- is part of a larger regional
ture Conference Center, pantry campaign associ-
located at 2741 Pennsyl- ated with Farm City Week
vania Ave. in Marianna.
It will be the 40th See EVENT, Page 7A



Prison job fair
is W ednesdayhildren, parents and grandpareits gathered on the downtown sidewalks along

sI U.S. 90/Lafayette Street in Marianna on Mondaynight to watch a parade in
GEO Group Representatives of the C tribute'to Americans who have served in the military as the nation celebrated
hosting the event business met with current one of its most patriotic holidays, Veterans' Day.
employees of the priva-
at Graceville tized prison on Monday
Civic Center and ITuesday, explaining
how to potentially tran-
sition from the jobs with
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@cjcfloridan.com the current manager into
a position with the new
In getting ready to take manager. Those sessions
over as manager of the werealso held at the civic
Graceville Correctional center.
Facility in February of The purpose of the fair
n'ext year, GEO Group will is twofold, Owens said. It
have ajob fair onWednes- is meant in part to help
day for the general public current employees under-
to explain the process of stand how the transition
applying for a position process will work, if they
there withthecompany want to work for GEO
The event will be held Group, and .to answer
from 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at any questions they may
the Graceville Civic Cen- have as to the fate of their
ter. No one needs to bring benefits and other issues
identification or other that arise in the event of
personal information to a transition such as this.
the session, according to CCA and GEO Group are
Director of Human Re- working together toward
sources Julie Owens, as ensuringasmoothswitch-
applications will not be over for employees, she
immediately taken at the said. Orienting potential
fair. The initial applica- new employees on the
tion process will take
place online, she said. See FAIR, Page 7A
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S .. .'TUESDAY, NOV. 12 ,, Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share,
Toys forTotapplications learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482-9631.
Publisher -Valeria Robeits- Children's Home, 452 Clir torSt, Maianna: p- THURSDAY, NOV.14 2d Annal Swingingfor Santa olfTo a-
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vrobertsjfloridan.com :RplicatVEions wi betaken unti nbnor Deyi'6. A. toys :-l.o for Ibts Anchorage met- 11 a.m. Registration at Indian Springs GolfStage

dberskicriday Chipola College Spring re tion a.m. plications will be takenuntil noon on Dec. 6. All toys fee $65 per person (clues lunch). Proeeds to
y Cto 3 p.m.Mfo. nes and returning. stdentstC will be distributed on e.21 starting at 10 a.m benefit the JacksonCounty Chris nd.
CONTACT US 65211 ft.... .0 ft Moonr e s 11 -6 PM 8p. Fi- ,nted NOV.
Telephone:8 ))Jackson CountyTransPortation Disadvan- esCu .i i
SStAne Thri 9 .St.Anne's ta oording Board meeting 10a.m MethodistChurch on Clinton St Maanna.
e 850-52-4 Catholic Church 395th St, Manana. Call 482- JTransOffce, 3'988 Qd Cottondae Rd, Marianna. Spo d by Ma Optimist Club for students
FAX:850-482-4478 Agendawilinldeaoptio f T annual evalua- or studeats 8- 18years of age inJackson County.
Email: editosial@jcfloridan.com pl Better Breathersl u.m 3t pm Jackson tion and r uegionalr erformapone reor A students and their parents are welcome. Players
rtWill be distributed onr Dec1p.m.-art a p.m k tk s in tion and einal erfoman e r Aeort. of all skill levels including beginners are welcome.
to3 reep Aressp Hospital, 4250 HospitalDrive, Marianna in-the main ii Jackson C onty Branch of the NAACP n C Call 693-0473.
443 Constitutin Lane lassrom nexttothecafeteria.Program by ecily monthlymeeting- 6 pm. St. James AME Church t
Marianna, FL 32448 Smith, Community Liaison with Emerald coast hos- in Marianna. Celebrate Recovery-7 pm. at Evangel Worsh
Offic Hours: pic Memory Care e ivin LWhil l n Chipola Cvig ClUb M eeting- athe aksm Center, 2645 Pebble H ill Road in Marianna. Adult,
rerementsserved Bring a friend or caregier. estaurant U 90 n aranna teen meetings toovercome hurts, habits and
Teekdaype: 8am.to50 pm ai Restau trants i 908 M annaot The Mafocrias hang-ups: Dinner:6a p.m. Child care available. Call
SFAX:850-482-4478 .4. Agena w. is the local d ommunity, n Cdmmunity, Childrenv& 209-7856,573-1131.
SEmail: edt: Y ridan.com ?' BRepublican Club oWest Florida Meeting Characr'io Call e526-3o1421 Alco is Anony s Opent reetg -
should receeyournewspaperno Noon at'suffet & r 4329 Lafayett Pbl ad p p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist
SHospital, 4250 Hospita Drive Mariania inthe main aJackson County o Wnch of the NAACP Call 693-0473.-.

You C6 p.ieeraridiRldge Town Hall, Grand Ridge. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Optimst Club of Jackson County Board Meet- Regular monthly couil meeting will follow. Public h a Coege Ba Student und-
tion betwen 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to ing Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna. invited. Call 592- 4621 Chipola College Black StudentUnion und-
raiser Dance -8 p.m. to 12 a.m. Cultural Center,
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The 3 Woman's Club presents "Fall with Flair" flower Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, Chipola College. Dance party and costume contest.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) show noon at the club house oh the corner of 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- First, second and third prizes awarded for the Best
is published Tuesday through Friday and Cliniton and Caledonia Streets inMarianna. Tickets donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance 90's costume. Tickets $7 general admission or $5
Sunday mornings Periodica postage paid $10 each or 5/$40. Call 526-3541. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; with current Chipola ID. For advance tickets call
at Marianna, FL. a Sewing Circle- 1 p:m. at Jackson County Senior papers wil notte signed. 718-2319.
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call n St. Anne Thrift Store 9a.m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 482-5028. .Catholic Cf urch,3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482- SATURDAY, NOV. 16
n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -No on 373. Toys for Tots applications-Anchorage
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 to 1p.m. in the AA roor of First United Methodist Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap-
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Church, 290 Caledonia St in Marianna. FRIDAY, NOV. 15 plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All
and $123.45 for one year.All prices include American Legion Post 100 annual Thanksgiv- Toys for Tots applications Anchorage toys will be distributed on Dec.21starting at
applicable state andrlocal taxes. Mail ing Dinner -6 p.m. at The Legion-Hall oriU. S.90 Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- 10 a.m.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail next to the Agricultural Center and National Guard plications will be takenuntil noon on Dec. 6. All toys 3 Pecan Festival Downtown Malone. 6 a.m.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: -Armory. All.veterans welcome. Meal provided by-the will be distributed on Dec. 21starting at 10 a.m. Breakfast including pancakes, sausage and coffee
$92.24 for sixmonths; and$184.47 for one Legion.Costof meal $10. Social event; no.business. Farm City Day Breakfast .-7 a.m. 9a.m. for $5 which proceeds benefit Bascom Schol
Syear. Autism Support Group Meeting 6p.m. in the Agric'ulture Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania' Renovation Committee. Parade 10 a.m. with lineup
SFirst Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, Marianna Ave., Marianna."Honoring Jackson County Agricul- at 8:30 a.m. Free to participate. Arts and crafts and
S(Clinton Street entrance). Family.members, caregiv- turefor 40 Years' Come out and celebrate Jackson food booths available for rent: $35 with electrical
ADVERTISING ersand service providers welcome. Call 526-2430. County Agriculture in honoring our Farm Families. service $30 without. Children'sactivities and pony
The advertiser agrees thatthe publisher 3 Genealogy Club Meeting 6 p.m. Jackson Jackson County Extension is collecting peanut but-. rides available. Musical entertainment. For booths
shall not be liable for damages arising County Public Library, 2929 Green Street, Marianna, ter to contribute to local food pantries and is asking call 569-2556 or 569-5701. For paradecall 557-
out of errors and advertisements beyond .Guest speaker. Interested patrons welcome. every family tat attend to donate an unopened jar 8366 or 569-2986
of peanut butter to help "Take a bite out of Hunger" A Women of the Moose Chapter 1286 Fall
the amount paid for the space actually n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 in Jackson County. Bazaar -8 a.m. to p.m. in Moose Lodge (did
occupied by thatportion of the advertise- .m. in the AA room of First United MethoditRestarant) parking lot in MariannaBring
ments in which the error occurred, whether Churc, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna Small BusinessSemnar: "Restaurant Fun- Tony's RestaUrant) parking lot in Marianna. Bring
ments in wich the error occrre, dame rtals"- 9:30o11:30 a.m., in Room M-108, your handmade goods and jojn the cause. $5 if you
such error is due to the negligence of the Chipol College Business and Technology building, bring your table. $10 if Moose furnishes table. Call
Spublisher's employees orotherwise and WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13 Mariahna. Learn to analyze food costs, develop a 526-1026 after 4 p.m.
there shall be not liability for ndohinser- Toys for Tots applications- Ahchorage menu, incorporate:cbst-saving strategies and loss a Jackson County Community Helpers Club
tion of any advertisement beyondthe Children's Home,4452 Clinton St., Marianna.Ap- prevention.'Cost: $15. Register online at www. 10 a.m. 4571 Dickson Rd, Greenwood.
ton of any advertisement beyondthe plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys northfloidabiz.c call 718-2441 or emailsever- tn M ntn
amount paidforsuch advertisementThs wi bedistributed on Dec. 21startin at 10 am. snechipola.edu. Monument ic
newspaperwill.not knowingly accept or Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Nloon Hooks and Needles -10 am. at the Jackson S.90, Sneads. A monument will bededicated to all
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- to lp.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist County Public Library Marianna Branch. New and military veterans: Public invited.
ing which expresses preference based on The submission deadline for this calendar is two days efore publication. Substmit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
legally protected personal characteristics is email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
not acceptable.

HOWTO GETYOUR PPOce Roundup
NEWS PUBLISHED .. .
The Jackson County Floridan will publish Marianna Police Department one animal complaint, 18 property checks, commission of a felony, fleeing and eluding
news of general interest free of charge. The Marianna PolicDe ent listed three assists of other agencies and one a law enforcement officer, reckless driving,
Submit your news or Community Cale. The Maranna Police Department liste threat/harassment complaint. driving under the influence, aggravated
SubmityournewsorCommuntyCalendar the following incidents for Nov. 10, the lat- assault on a law enforcement officer with
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery." est available report: One drunk pedestrian, JackSOn County a motor vehicle-four counts, possession of
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement; one hospice death, one reckless driver, two a marijuana (over 20 grams), possession of
anniversary and birth announcements. suspicious persons, two physical distur- Correctional Facility drug paraphernalia.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices. bances, five traffic stops, one criminal The following persons were booked into 3 Kyle Daniels, 24, 2505 Serena Drive, Cot-
Photographs must be of good quality and mischief, one follow-up investigation, one the county jail during the latest reporting tondale, battery (domestic violence), felony
suitable for print.The Floridan reserves the noise disturbance, one assist of a motorist periods: battery, violation of county probation.
right to edit all submissions, or pedestrian, and one 911 hang-up. a Clay Brunson, 23, 4182 1 Marty Organ Jr., 22, 200 Rogers Road,
GETTING IT RIGHT Jackson County Shriff's Offi s s Miles St., Marianna, robbery, Quincy, battery (domestic violence).'
GETTING IT RIGHT Jackson Co ty Sheriffs OfficSaggravated battery, petit a Marty Organ Sr., 47, 200 Rogers Road,
The Jackson County Floridan's policy The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and theft. Quincy, battery (domestic violence).
is to correct mistakes promptly. To county fire/rescue reported the following Tavis Suggs, 33, 2736 a Trey Ferguson, 28, 2441 Filmore Drive,
report an error, please call 526-3614 incidents for Nov. 10, the latest available Highway 71, Marianna, vio- Marianna, felony battery.
'Monday-Friday. report: One drunk pedestrian, five reports lation of county probation. 3 Kelli Dickens, 50, 5681 Dozier Road,
of an abandoned vehicle, two suspi- 3 Dewayne White, 41, 2759 Ephesus Greenwood, failure to redeliver hired or
cious incidents, one suspicious person, Church Road, Campbellton, non-child sup- leased property.
two escorts, one Burglary, three physical port-four counts. Christopher Todd, 25, 5681 Dozier Road,
disturbance, three verbal disturbances, 12 3 Phillip Ham, 63, 2618 Oid Drive, Chipley, Greenwood, failure to redeliver hired or
medical calls, one traffic crash with entrap- fugitive from justice (Geneva Co., Ala.). leased property.
ment, two brush fires, one report of shoot- 3 Bobby Young, 50, 3827 Rockwell St. (Apt. n Gregory Barnmett, 23, 4052 Old Cot-
ing in the area, 18 traffic stops, two larceny B), Marianna, driving while license sus- tondale Road, Marianna, trespass after
complaints, one civil dispute, one trespass pended or revoked, hold for Calhoun Co. warning. -
complaint, one found or abandoned a Don Wright Jr., 22, 7859 Seminole St., Jail Population: 217
property report, three follow-up investiga- Sneads, disorderly intoxication. To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
J.CFLOR.IDAN COMe tions, one assault, one noise disturbance, a James Land, 22, 1494 Sand Basin Road, local law enforcement agency.To report a wildlife violation,
Grand Ridge, possession of a firearm in call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922). -
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOUCIL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2013 3AF


SNEADS ELEMENTARY ANNOUNCES SPELLING BEE WINNER






.. ecently Sneads Elementary School held
.A "its fifth-grade Spelling Bee competi-
,.Ltion and had 31 participants. Students
showed great courage and spoitsmanship
during the annual event: From left, first-place
winner Hunter Grooms, second-place win-
ner Jance Jaryis andthird-place winner Alexis
Moneyh Grooms ill rereesent SES in
.the district spellingbee to be held at Malone
School on Dec. 4.





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VETERANS DAY PROGRAM HELD JACKSON COUNTY 4-H MEMBERS

AT RVERSIDE ELEMENTARY BROUGHT HOME THE GOLD



On Friday, Nov. 8, Riverside
Eldmentary School held
a Veterans Day Program
honoring all veterans,
seivicemen, policemen,
firefighters and emergency
management personnel.
Here are students pictured
performing for the honored
guest.









for veterans, during the
Veteran's Day Program.




Agold (and silver buckles.) At the NationalPeanut Festival steer
,- show on Nov. 2, JaDee Barber exhibited the Grand Champion
Steer and Wilton Pittman showed the Reserve Champion Steer. It
was a great day of competition. Congratulations to these young-
sters. JaDee is the daughter of Kim and Bruce Barber. Wilton is the
son of Jeff and Ginger Pittman.
SSoloistShaylie Tharpe-.
-;peforms for the honored
guest at the Veterans Day Online, all the time
Program. www.cfloridan.com


















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Peanut Festival in Dothan. After
some preplanning and premaking, the booth
was assembled on site. The theme was "Our
blue jackets and gold standards make Peanuts
Go Platinum." Malone FFApaced 5th in the
competition. Pictured (front row)ar :Emilie
Calloway, Hannah Hart JaDee Barber, Cole b ,
Jordai, Will Pittman. Back row: Jacob Hasty, .t
Dellon Barber, Krista Hasty. C MAY


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online ACT/SAT prep A dedicated professional Ball State Nortllinis. Northern Illinois Ball State Northern Illinois aill State
Sinstructor facilitates each Miami (Ohio) Kent St te Kent State Miami (hio) Kent State 'Miami (Ohio)
ChipolaCollege's'Con- course; pacing learners, Clemson Cleson Cle n Clemson :mson '
tinuing Education depart- answering questions, giv- lemshi niiA Clemson UA ClemsonA UCI:
ment has partnered with ing feedback, ard facilitat- Washington UCLA UCLA UCL UCLA
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ACT/SAT prep courses. To learn more, call Central Michigan CentrQl Michigan Central Michigan Centr higan Western Michigan C Mihiga
Part I, the first prep Alicia Hatcher, Continuing Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford ;- Stanford .
course, focuses on the Education Coordinator at Florida State Florida State Florida State Florida State., Florida State Florida State
verbal sections of the Chipola, at 718-2405 or South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina
standardized tests:. read- visit the college's ed2go Auburn Auburn Georgia Auburn Auburn A"burn
ing, English, science and site online at www.ed2go. Alabama Aliabma Alabaaa a Alama Alabama
writing. Part II, the second com/chipola.' Miami Miai a Miami Miami Miami Miami
iprep course, focuses on OOle Miss Ole Miss Ole Miss Oe i OleMiss Ole Miss
the math sections of the Retaurant Seminar Ohio' State Ohio Stat4 Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State OhioState
standardized tests and
includes lessons in arith- set at Chipola : isconsin I Wisconsin Wisconsin W isconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
metic, algebra, geometry, Chipola College will Nevada S Jse Ste San Jose State San Jose State Nevada Neva
trigonometry and basic offer a small business
statistics. The cost of each seminar "Restaurant O
six-week course is $120. Fundamentals" on Friday, '
The courses are de- Nov. 15. X ",,,.
signed to prepare partici- Participants will learn
pants for question types to how to start and grow a
oh both the ACT and SAT successful restaurant.
and will give pointers in Presenter Johnny Branch
time management, anxiety has been in restaurant
relief, scoringand general business for decades. He is
ing.Weekly assignments business consultant.
encourage participants to Topics in the seminar
work with classmates and include analyzing food
instructor to maximize costs, develop a win-
performance on all as- ning menu, incorporate
pects of the ACT and SAT. cost-saving strategies, and
These courses are part of loss prevention. These
Chipola's growing catalog are tools specific to the .
ot more than 300 instruc- food industry by are used
tor-facilitated online by most business owners .'.
couirses. Through well- daily.
crafted lessons, expert The seminar meets U4md A o fSa l4
online instruction and from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 : I
interaction with fellow a.m. in Room M-108 of
students, participants in the Chipola Business and
these courses gain valu- Technology building. S*
able knowledge attheir Cost is $15: The first six
convenience. Students Chipola students to sign
have the flexibility to up receive free admission.
study at their own pace Students should contact LIP9 *
combined with enough Elissa Severson at 718- ':
structure and support 2441 or sign p in person A T
to cmplete the course. in Building M, Office 108.
Students can access the Participants may register" "
classroom 24/7 from online at www.northflor- H M
anywhere with an internet idabiz.com. 0M
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Florida cities had revenues state property tax law. The NEW PATIENTS
well below their peaks two changerestrictedincreases & EMERGENCIES WELCOME
years after the recession in assesset values to 3 per-
ended. cent a year. Mm
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TrustsreportreleasedMon- funding of pensions for
day shows Miami, Tampa city workers, while Orlan- g
and Orlando have been do has continued to keep great food great prices. great people.
using job cuts and dip- up with its pension obliga-
ping into rbserves to make tions.
up for revenue shortfalls The report shows that
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In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Green
Beret Billy Costello emerges from the water at the conclusion
of the 24-hour Freedom Swim in Islamorada, Fla. Costello was
one of nine relay swimmers, including active duty military, re-
tired service members and a military spouse, who swam 76.8
kilometers ag part of a Vetera's Day weekend fundraiser in
the Florida Keys. The event raised money for Gold Star Teen
Adventures, an organization providing'adventure camps for
t teenage children of fallen special operationsmilitary person-
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Miami tired service members and raised.
a- y military spouse swam GSTA was formed by
Illinois. nearly 48 miles in a 24- Kent Solheim, a special
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Nevada of aVeterans Day weekend was severely. wounded
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ficials in Lake Alfred want tower. Their urine and
LOWAST PRI A to evict some 40 turkey regurgitated fluids are
vultures that have been corrosive and their sharp
nesting on the city's water., claws and beaks can dam-
tower. .age surfaces.
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commission accepted a tried almost everything
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to encourage the vultures They even installed a
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State Briefs
2 dead in fiery crash names of the victims, standing on the plane's her children, 8-year-old Key West plans The arts committee
near Jacksonville The crash is under wing. Michael Otto and 9-year- monument to has suggested launching
investigation. A Coast Guard crew air- old Thalia Otto. The volun- an international design
JACKSONVILLE- The lifted Lawrence to Miami teers included representa- swimmer Diana Nyad competition.,
Florida Highway Patrol Pilot makes in stable condition, tive of Texas EquuSearch KEYWEST- Plans for a Nyad staggered ashore at
says two people are la in Lawrence's hometown and the Latin American monument to endurance Key West's Smathers Beach
dead-following a crash in e rgency landing was not released. Motorcycle Association. swimmer Diana Nyad are after swimming for more
Jacksonville. near Everglades The family hasn't been in the works in KeyWest. than 53 hours. It was her
The FHP reports says a MIAMI- Coast Guard Texas EqnuSearch seen since Oct. 23. Suarez' City Manager Bob Vitas fifth attempt to complete
Toyota Corolla was travel- officials say.a pilot had helpslook for husband, 31-year-old Luis last week asked KeyWest's the Cuba-to-Florida swim.
ing south on Interstate to me emergency Toldeo faces a second-de- Art in Public Places com- Last month, Nyad served
295 early Monday when it anding inthe aters near missing a. woman gree murder charge after mittee to start working on as grand marshal of the
left the road and hit a light Everglades National Park. DELTONA-The heconfessed to killing plans for a monument to city's annual Fantasy Fest
pole. According to the Coast search for a missing Del- her. Her body hasn't been Nyad, who swam' more parade.
According to troopers, Guard, Daniel Lawrence tona woman and her two found. He he told deputies than 110 miles from Ha- From wire reports
the car then continued was flying his single-en- young children continues he didn't kill the children, vana to KeyWest over the
until it crashed into a gine aircraft Monday from in central Florida. The Daytona Beach Labor Day weekend.
tree and caught fire. Both Marathon to Sarasota Friends and fam-' News-Journal reports Vitas told The Key West
occupants were trapped when the plane started to ily members on Sunday Volusia County Sheriff's Citizen that Nyad's ac-
inside the burning vehicle lose power. searched several locations' officials also are continu- complishment deserves
and unable to get out. Lawrence made an around Deltona and a ing to search for the bod- "something to recognize
They were pronounced emergency landing in wooded area near Sanford ies. They were not the historical significance
dead at the scene. Offi- the vicinity of the park. for the bodies of 28-year- involved in Sunday's of that event for genera- JF AN
cials have not released the Officials say he was found old Yessenia Suarez ard search. tions to see."




































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Obituaries
es Chester Allen and Jessie Perlan and Eula Vickery.
FJneral Home Fleming McCorquodale, He is survived by his loving
Maddo apel her husband, Winston L. wife of sixty years Jean
Maddox Chapel Stuart, Sr.,. her son, Win- Holley Vickery of Marian-
4278 Lafayette Street ston L. Stuart, Jr., daughter, na, Florida; one son, Victor
Marianna, Fl32446 Beverly Stuart Vincent, two Vickery (Theresa) of Ma-
850.482.2332 brothers, Ernest and Wil- rianna, Fl, one daughter,
www.jamesandsikes lam McCorquodale, two Cassandra Holland (Tom-
funeralhomes.com sisters, Dell McClellan aid my) of Marianna, Fl; two
Margaret McCorquodale. brothers, James E. Vickery
James Herbert She is survived by 2 (Ann) of Chipley, Fl and
Lawrence granddaughters, Laurie Lonzo Vickery (Denise) of
(Allen) Ward of Marianna, Marianna, Fl; two sisters,
Florida; Elizabeth (Murray) Erma Reynolds (Jack) of
Graveside service will be West of Ashford, Alabama; Alford; FI and Edna Rister
held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, No- daughter-in-law Gina Con- (Winford) of Alford, Fl; six
Svember 12, 2013 in River- nor Stuart of Marianna, 4 grandchildren, Natasha
Xside Cemetery. great granddaughters, Nunley-Smith (Brandon),
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS Expressions of sympathy WhitneyLee (Jim) Burleson Erini Vickery-Edwards
In this 2010 photo, Leacroft Green places a package on the belt at an Amazon.comr may be made online at of Tallahassee, Florida, (Chase), Samantha Nunley,
fulfillmentcenter,inGoodyearArizAmazon isteamingupwiththeU.S. Postal Srvicetodeliver www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com Connor Jessica Ward of Kate Vickery, Holly Hol-
packages on Sundays. Marianna, Florida, Abigail land, and William Cole Col-
Postal Service wins Parker West and SydneyAl- lins (Angela), three great
S PsTtChapel len West of Ashford, Alaba- grandchildren, Lincoln Ed-
o stMari m ema. wards, Ethan Collins, and
F Lfaeal Home eFuneral services for Mrs. Dillon Collins.
Sd 3960 Lafayette Street Stuart will be held from the Funeral services for Mr.
A my ar zon Si d ay deli er es Phone, 850-526-059 graveside at Trinity Memo- Vickery will be held in the
orial Gardens in Jackson, Marianna Chapel Funeral
Alabama at 1:30 P.Mi. on Home at 2:00 p.m. on No-
TheAssociated Press bers, it's like any other send letters or birthday essieAlle Tuesday, November 12, vember32013. Interment
delivery day of the week," greetings. Adding to its 2013. In lieu of flowers, will follow at Pinecrest Me-
NEW YORK -- Ama- said Dave Clark, vice troubles is a 2006 con- McCorquodale donitions can be made to morial Gardens.
zon is rolling out Sunday president of worldwide gressional requirement t Covenant Hospice in Ma- A time of remembrance
package delivery as part operations and customer that it make advance pay- rianna, Florida or the First will be held from 5:00 P.M.
of a new deal with the U.S. service at Amazon. ments to cover expected Prestiyterian Church of to 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday,
Postal Service. Sunday delivery has health care costs for fu- Marianna, Florida. November 12, 2013 in the
Delivery started on Sun- been on Amazon's wisi ture retirees. Marianna Chapel Funer- Marianna Chapel Funeral
day to customers in the list for a long time. The The agency has been al Home is in charge of Home.
NewYork and Los Angeles company does not dis- building up a "flexible arangements. Expressions M anna Ch Fne
of sympathiy may be al Home is in charge of
metropolitan areas, but close the percentage of workforce" for the past 18 submitted online at arrangements. Expressions
Amazon and the Postal its packages that are de- months, so right now it w ww.ariannachapelfh.com of sympathy may be
Service plan to extend livered on weekends, but doesn't need to hire ad i- a Che smittd oline at
service to "a large portion Clark expects customers tional carriers to work on Mariaa Chape www.mariannachapelfh.comi
of the' U.S. population" "to be delighted that they Sunday,' said Sue Bren- 396F alHome etee
next year, .the company will get their products on nan, a spokeswoman for J essie Allen McC uo- Marianna, Florida 32446 Peav Funeral Hme
said. This includes the a weekend." the Postal Service. If and dale Sm art, ae o of Ma- Phone 850-526-5059 (850) 674-2266 '
cities of Dallas, Hous- Financial terms of the when this service expands, rialnna rt, Florida formerly of Blounts50wn FL
o rianna, Florida, formerly of
ton, New Orleans, and arrangement were not "we'll make (the) decision Pine Apple, Alabama, Lero Vicke
Phoenix. disclosed, but the dealis ifnecessary," she added in passed away Sunday, No-Wilia
Sunday delivery will be likely to give the finan- an email. veinber 10, 2013 at here
available to all Amazon cially ailing Postal Ser- Sunday delivery isn't an home. M C re Weeks
customers for no extra -vice a boost. The agency, entirely new territory for Mrs. Stuart was born
charge but Amazon -ex- which lost $16 billion the USPS. Priority Mail May 19, 1913. She was the Mr. William s McCore
pects it will be particularly last year and expects to. Express, its fastest service, oldest of 5 children born to (Coy) Weeks, age 69, of Ma-
popular with members of lose $6 billion this year, offers Sunday and holiday Chester Allen and Jessie rianna, FL passed away
JLV its Prime service, which had tried but failed to delivery for a small fee. Fleming McCorquodale of 3 Monday, November 11,
costs $79 a year and end Saturday mail de- And during the holiday tending Audsn oter e celebrtionflife serv-
comes with free two-day livery as a cost-saving shipping rush in Decem- maried Winston L Stuart ice will be held Wednesday,
shipping on many items -measure. The Postal Ser- ber it delivers packages on of Pine Apple, Alabama in November 13, 2013 at 2:00
on the site as well as ac- vice's financial quandary Sundays in major metro- 1935 and they were mar- p.m. (CST) at Midway Free
cess to Amazon's TV and stems largely from the politan areas. ried for 59 years. Mrs. Mr. Leroy Vickery, age will Baptist Church in Cy-
movie streaming service. fact that fewer people Shares of Seattle-based Stuart was a homemaker, 80, of Marianna, Florida press, FL Peavy Funeral
"For Prime members, it's send mail, instead using Amazon.com Inc. closed enjoyed needle .point, passed away Saturday, No- Home in Charge of ar-
free, for non-Prime mem- the Ifternet to pay bills, up $4.07 at $354.38. loved to shop and loved to vember 9, 2013 at his rangements.
a d 9 o p give to others. She played home.
the. piano at Friendship Mr. Vickery was born
Baptist Church in Pine Ap- June 23, 1933 in Alford, Fl.
Authorities:2 acharged aAlabama gfor 50oears. His ho bies ere wok and
-t"ie "'She moved tof Marianna, gardening. Mr. Vickery'
Florida in 1992. Shewas a loved to build specialty
ST e amember of the Daughters equipment for the sewing Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc.
of the American Revolution Industry .and even had his Your Local Florist and Gifts
Se ain Camden, Alabama and own patent. When he was 2911 efferson St. Marianna
the First- Presbyterian not working, Mr. Vickery 850-372-4456
Church in Marianna, Flori- enjoyed taking care of his Iichael'sToggery
The Associated Press ficials said more than 100 being fired upon is prob- da. dogs. Funeral AppropriateAttire
people were at the party, ably going to see a weap- Ms. Spre Mr. Vickery is preceded 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna
people wereh at the epAarms ably going to see a weap- in death by her parents in death by his parents 850-482-8647
HOUSTON -- Two sus-, which was promoted on pointed, at them ran- in death by he parents in death by his parents 50-482-8647
pects have been charged openly on several sociadl domly. ... That does not _ia __forc en _iedos
in connection with a media sites. mean they believe they
shooting at a house party According to probable were singled out and it grams of marijuana inside, forcement officer, reckless
in suburban Houston that cause affidavits for Young doesn't mean we believe al r McAlpin said, along with driving, driving under the
left two teenagers dead and Stewart, two of the the shooter singled them Fro Page A some cigarette rolling pa- influence, four counts of
and irjured 19 others, people at the party say the out," he said. pers and a scale. aggravated assault on a
authorties announced suspects' initially began YoungandStewartmight officers first tried to get McAlpin said Land ap- law enforcement officer
Monday. firing at them. face additional charges him out of the car, accord- peared intoxicated and with a motor vehicle, four
Investigators said they Dominic Adams said and additional suspects ing to McAlpin, and strug- smelled of alcohol. counts of resisting ar-
still believe the deadly that after Stewart entered might be sought, Bern- gled with the arresting Land was charged in the rest with violence, pos-
shooting started as a re- the home, Stewart "pulled stein said. officers.Afterhewasincus- case with possession of session of more than 20
sult of celebratory gunfire, out a handgun, pointed it In September, Stewart todythe.car was searched a firearm in the commis- grams of marijuana,
despite court documents at him and discharged the pleaded guilty to -making and officers found a sion of a felony, fleeing and- possession of drug
that seem to indicate the weapon." a- terroristic threat -- a handgun and morethan 20 and eluding a law en- paraphernalia.
incident started when the Adams "was struck in misdemeanof- after be-l
suspects shot at two indi- the arm. (Adams) stated ing part of a group that in
viduals before then firing that the defendant began December assaulted and Stop Chipola Workforce open saying she does not
into the crowd. randomly shooting into then threatened to kill a the Development 'Center yet know how many cur-
Willie Young, 21, and the crowd," according to student at Cypress Woods rom Page lA will be onsite Wednes- rent employees~ill apply
Randy Stewart, 18, were Stewart's probable cause High School. Stewart was day to help potential new and be retained.
arrested Monday morn- affidavit, sentenced to five days in application process, com- employees learn more She said the company
ing, according to the Har- The- affidavit related to jail. Last month, Stewart .pany missions arid other about the online applica- hopes to have most ail-
ris County Sheriff's Office. Young presented a similar was charged with check employment-related t is- tion process. able positionsffered to
Young is charged with scenario. Jamario Wilson, forgery. Young was ar-, sues is the second pur- For more information, someone before Jan. 3.
deadly conduct, while another partygoer, told rested earlier this year pose of the event. Owens individuals can also go "We hope they'll come
Stewart is charged with investigators that he saw for evading arrest but the said job descriptions and directly to the company out and meet us," Owens
aggravated assault. Bail Young in the home's living charge was later dropped. available positions will be website at www.jobs.geo- said. "Because of our hir-
for each suspect was set room when Young pulled Monday's arrests canie posted at the event, along group.com. ing schedule, we recognize
at $250,000. Court records out a handgun and began on the same day -that with benefits informa- The prison employs that people needto quickly'
did not indicate whether firing in his direction. Wil- school officials said secu- tion, such as insurance. roughly 300 people. Owens go through the process and
Young or Stewart has an son said that Young also rity will be boosted and She said representatives could not estimate how We hope this job fair will
attorney. began "randomly shoot- grief counselors provided of the Marianna One- many of those might be helpinthat."
The victim killed at the ing" into the crowd. It for students at the school
scene has been identified didn't appear that Wilson where both slain teens Event
as 17-year-old Qu'eric was injured, were enrolled. Ee t disclosed. The list is below. n 2013 Corn Farmer of the
Richardson. The 16-year- Both Adams and Wil- In' a statement, Katy Theirstories will be told at Year Craig Bishop
old girl who died at a hos- son said they knew. school district Superin- From Page 1A the event. ) 2013 Hay Fanners of the
pital was identified as Ari- the suspects "from the tendent Alton Frailey said a 2013 Outstanding Year Bar L Ranch
* elle Shepherd. neighborhood." Richardson was a junior across the state. Every Ex- Farm Family: Bill & Donna a 2013 Florida Smill
Harris County Sheriff Harris County Sheriff's and Shepherdwas a soph- tension office is a dropoff Conrad Farms Innovative Fannrmer
Adrian Garcia had pre- Office spokesman Alan omore at Morton Ranch point for contributions ) 2013 Agricultural Inno- Awanrd: Joseph Ballard &
viously said Saturday's Bernstein said inves- High School. through Friday. vator of the Year Herman Paul Speros
shooting in Cypress, an tigators do not believe -"Our sympathies go out At the local Farm City Day Laramore a 2013 Ed Jwer Farm
unincorporated area that people were hunted to 'the families of these on Friday, several awards n 2013 Cattlemen of the City Scholarship: Whitney
about 25 miles northwest down or singled out in the students whose lives were will be presented to top- Year: Jeff Pittman Thomas
of Houston, began when house. He said evidence, cut short by this tragedy," yield producers in various D 2013 Conservationists
someone fired a pistol in including bullet holes on Fraileysaid. crops, and the FFA/4-H of the Year: Joey& Josie
the air in celebration. In the ceiling, supports the -Katy school district youth groups will also be Register
the ensuing confusion, belief that everything be- spokesman Steve Stan- recognized. The Ed Jow- a 2013 Tree Fannrmer of the
someone else began firing gan with the celebratory ford said some students ers Farm City Scholarship Year. Mike Simonson
into the crowd, causing gunfire. at the school were among winner will also be recog- a 2013 Peanut Farmner of
people to flee into the nar- "Someone in a crowd of the more than 100 who at- nized. The winners of the the Year: Robert Alford
row street, Garcia said. Of- people that is randomly tended the party. producer awards and of )) 2013 Cotton Fanrmer of
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Filipino expats in US seek news after typhoon

The Associated Press California, home to the largest
community of Filipinos outside
LOSANGELES -Thelasttime the Philippines, with about 1
Armi Go called her 81-year-old million, fundraising efforts from
mother in the Philippine city of 5K walks to church rummage
Tacloban, the rain from the ap- sales attracted hundreds as word
proaching typhoon was so loud spread about missing loved ones
they could barely hear each and harrowing tales of survival.
other. Many worried that their
Go, a 59-year-old sales clerk in homeland would be perma-
Los Angeles, urged her mother to nently crippled by the typhoon,
evacuate, but the elderly woman which came just weeks after last
brushed off Go's concerns and month's 7.2-magnitude earth-
stayed. Now she's missing, along quake in Bohol that killed 198
with Go's brother and sister, and people.
thousands of others caught in "The county just suffered a
Friday's devastating typhoon. one-two punch. The United
Since then, Go has been desper- States can probably weather
ately calling any friend or rela- that kind of devastation, but not
tive she can think of for news of the Philippines. It's just a poor
her family-with no luck. country," said Bing de la Vega,
"I was up to 2 o'clock calling," who is organizing relief efforts
she said. "We don't know, we through the nonprofit Philip-
don't have any news. We are so pine Emergency Disaster Relief THEASSOCIATED PRESS
worried, we don't know if she Organization. "You can'thelp but .Former U.S. Army Sgt. Leonardo Torres stands at the door of the West Bay Pilipino Multi-Service center in San
is alive or dead. We don't even get emotional when you see the Francisco while volunteering with other veterans to accept donations for victims of Typhoon Haiyan which struck
know where she is." magnitude of the devastation." the Philippine islands last week.
Around the United States, Fili- In New Jersey, expats gathered clothes; shoes and canned food "They are now safe, they are A 5K run held Sunday in Van
pino expatriates like Go scram- at Fiesta Grill, a Filipino res- at a direct shipping business to back in our province," she said, Nuys, north of. Los Angeles,
bled to find relatives trapped taurant in Jersey City, to watch send to typhoon victims. breathing in sharply and waving raised $7,000 in four hours, and
thousands of miles away and to a Philippine news channel via Adelia Ramos, 64, said she away tears. "But, the worries that another, larger, fundraiser was
send money and supplies into satellite. spent, several days trying to they had, they couldn't get to our in the works for early December
an area where nearly all com- One woman dabbed her eyes reach family. She became emo- town, they had to walk for seven -maybe an invitation-only din-
munication and transportation as she took in the devastation. tional as she recalled getting in hours, and sometimes over dead ner at a Los Angeles restaurant,
were at a standstill. In Southern Others boxed up donations of touch with them late Sunday. bodies." de laVega said.



Rural Colorado voters


approve secession idea

The Associated Press results emphasize a grow- to secede.
ing frustration in conser- The five counties share
AKRON, Colo. -The na- vative prairie towns. with, borders, covering about
tion's newest state, if rural the more populous and 9,500 square miles and
Colorado residents had liberalurban Front Range, have a combined popula-
their way, would be about which has helped solidify tion of about 29,200. Four
the size of Vermont but the Democrats' power. of the-counties Philips,
with the population of a "We canft outvote the Yuma, Kit Carson and
small town spread across metropolitan areas any- Cheyenne border Kan-
HEASSOFICATEDPRESSFILE miles Of farmland. There more, and the rural ar- sas. They are solidly Re-
Students stand in line outside the United States Embasy in China to apply for visas. Hundreds wouldn't be civil unions eas don't have a voice publican areas that have
of thousands of Chinese students are flocking to U.S, colleges and universities, helping to drive' for gay couples, legal rec- anymore," said Perk long identified more with
the number of international students studying in America to record levels. reational marijuana, new Odell, 80, ,a lifelong resi- Kansas and Nebraska be-
renewable energy stan- dent ofAkron in Washing- cause of their agricultural
St dy: Recordber dards, or limits on ammu- ton County, which.voted background.
Sc o fnition magazines&
After alI; thtis were
some of the reasons five
counties o6n the state's
foreign students hit US oth sae
Election Day to approve
the creation of a 51st
The Associated Press sties, but the number, has Angeles, the University state in the first place.
since rebounded. of Illinois Urbana-Cham- Secession supporters
WASHINGTON Hun- About 235,000 of the in- paign in Champaign, Ill., know the votes vere sym-
dreds of thousands of Chi- ternational students were Purdue University in West bolic, designed to grab
nese students are flocking from China, a 21 percent Lafayette, Ind., New York the attention of a Demo-
to U.S. colleges and uni- increase. A burgeoning University, and Columbia cratic-controlled Legis- I
versities, helping to drive middle class combined University in NewYork. lature. They say the vote
the number of interna- with a view that America By contrast, 283,332 U.S.
tional students studying in has quality colleges and students studied abroad
America to record levels. universities were factors for academic credit a AL
Similarly, all-time high cited as driving the de- 3 percent increase from a ALEA
numbers ofAmerican stu- mand. About one-third year earlier. AL
dents are studying abroad, studied business and man- In the past 20 years, the
although there are far agementoncetheyarrived, number of U.S. students
fewer and they tend to do the report said. studying abroad has tri-
much shorter stints than "Chinese students and pled. But less than 10 per-
students coming to the their parents are looking. cent of American students
United States. for high quality education, study abroad during their
The findings are in an get the importance of in- college years. The United
analysis being released ternational education, and Kingdom, Italy, Spain,
Monday that was conduct- it's making America the France and China were the
ed by a nonprofit group No. 1 destination because top destinations.
that worked with the State we actually have the ca- Attention tied to the Bei-
Department. pacity to absorb interna-:ljing Olympics and more p P
They say international tional students, saidAllan :classes taught in English
educatioe programs do Goodman, president and are factors starting to drive
more than advance cul- CEOoftheinstitute. more American students
tural enrichment; they The number of students to China, Goodman said. A
also are an economic boon from Saudi Arabia study- State Department program
to communities that host ing in the on he United States called 100,000 Strong,1
foreign students and to jumped 30 percent, to which officially started inc
the students themselves, 45,000. These students are 2010, aims to send 100,000
who improve their job largely funded by a Saudi American students to Chi-
competitiveness. government scholarship na over a four-year period.
Foreign students con- program nearly in its 10th The report found that
tribute about $24 billion year, the report said. 14,887 Americans stud-
annually to the U.S. econ- The top destinations ied in China in 2011-2012
omy a and about two-thirds for international students -- but that doesn'tinclude
of them primarilypaytheir were the University of students going to China for
own way or their fami- Southern California in Los noncreditprograms.
lies do, according to the
Institute of International
Education and the State
Department's Bureau of
Educational and Cultural
Affairs.
All told, 819,644 students
came to the United States
tostudyabroadinthe2012-
13 school year. The highest
numbers were from China,
India, South Korea, Saudi
Arabia and Canada. That's I I I I
a record high, with a 7 per-
cent increase from a year
earlier and 40 percent from
more than a decade ago.
Despite the increases, in-
ternational students make
up less than 4 percent of all
students.
There was some slow-
down in the number of
students coming to the
United States in the years
after the Sept. 11 attacks,
Jin part because of visa is-




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Spors SHS Volleyball

H ighs iLady Pirates state-bound after beating BHS
BFriday-Cottondale at team's only block and there, but other than that I
7 p.m. Mallory Beauchamp led thought we did well. It was a fun
H ig h, So Bs Fo, n m :'-' h Sneads with 30 digs and 26 serve and exciting match. We just had
High SchlBoBasketball For the second time in three receives, and Emily Glover had a few more offensive weapons
Marst aa High School will years, the Sneads Lady Pirates 23 digs to go with three kills, than they did."
stpreseasontipand coach Sheila Roberts will Itwas the fourthwininas many With the win, the Lady Pirates
namentThursday and Friday- get a chance to play for a state tries for Sneads over Blount- will get another shot at the state
Thursdaly's gaes: Cot- championship in Kissimmee. stown, but the Lady Tigers actu- title that eluded them in 2011
tonde v. G 4 p The Lady Pirates knocked off ally led late in the first set and when they lost to Baker in five
Malone vs. Vernon, 6 p.m.; Blountstown in three sets in made the LadyPirates work hard sets in the semifinals.
Marianna vs. Maclay, 7:30 Saturday's 1A Regional Final at to take each set. Baker is back in the semifi-
p.i. Sneads High School, winning by Coach Roberts said that wasn't nals but on the opposite side
Saturday's'gaies : Malone,_ scores of 25-21, 25-20, and 25-18 the least bit surprising for her af-, of Sneads' bracket and will play
vs'. Godby, 4:30 p.m.; Cotton- to move onto the state semifinals ter experiencing the three previ- Hilliard in the first semifinal Fri-
dale vs. Maclay, 6 p.m.; Mi- against Newberry on Friday. ous matches against BHS. day before the Lady Pirates take
anna vs. Vernon30 p.Sophomores Logan McCord. "They did just what I thought on Newberry.
and Ashlyn Roberts each had big they would do. They came out The long-time Sneads coach
High School Girls Basketball nights for the Lady Pirates, with playing their best ball," she said. said she was very excited to get
Tesday- Manriadinia at Cot- McCord posting 36 assists, nine "I watched the video a couple of another shot at state and feels
tdale, 5 p.m., ad 6 p Sneads' Ashlyn Roberts hits digs, six ace serves, and five kills, times and they were doing an in- like this team may be her best
a aBac a senre during a playoff game while Roberts had a team-best 14 credible job of digging balls and shot yet at bringing home a
Thl 6 dle against Bethlehem last week at kills and addedthree ace serves, playing awesome defense. After championship.
Bethlehem, 6 p.m.; Cottondale Sneads High School. The Lady 21 digs, and 13 serve receives, the match, I kind of felt like may- "I feel like this team I have now
atoesCot :30 p.m. Pirates defeated Blountstown in Senior Logan Neel contrib- be we hadn't played our best, is a little different than the team
and 6:30p.m. three sets on Saturday to advance uted 11 kills, while Krissi Satter- but after watching the video I I had a couple of years ago. It's
Fiday- Malone at Laurel to the 1A state semifinals in Kis- field had eight kills, and De'Aryll thought we played solid. We had
Hill, 6p.m.;Marianna at Pen- simmee. Green six kills to go with the a couple of serving errors here See PIRATES, Page 8B
sacola Catholic, 6 p.n, and 7
p.m.
Saturday- Paxton at Gracev-
le, 4 p.m. GHS BASKETBAI.L

Chipola Men's Basketball NU U
The Indians Iwill return O-f
home this weekend for the
Cpla ClassTigersi tanston
Sneads State on Friday at 7:30 T 1 ^T 11 1 11V *
p.m. and Darton College on
.. . .GH. :G S ties to:build
Chipola Women's BasketballH a is tu trOle
The Lady Indiansvill go to
Jacksonille this weekend to with youth, depth
at 4:30 p.m.,and Florida State BY DUSTIN KENT
College on Saturday at p.m. dkent@jcfloridancom

Chipola SothSall 5K and The
o n The Graceville Tigers won 16 games
Fun R lastseason and earned the top seed in a
Chipola Softball will host very competitive District 3 before ulti-
itsecondannual 5KandFun mately getting knocked out in the tour-
Run onNov. 16. nament semifinalsby eventual champion
Registratiodnbegins at 7 Cottondale.
am. at the Chipola Softball Getting back in such a position to make
Complex. The 5K race starts at another run at a league title will be dif-
8 am. with the one nfle Fun ficult this season for a Tigers squad has
just two players with significant varsity
For information, contact experience and lost"the lion's share of its
Kelly Brookins, Chipola scoring from last year.
Assistant Softball Coach, at Leading scorers Marquis White and.Ra-
sheed Campbell both graduated, as did
three-point specialist Taylor Rousseau
and combo guard Devonte Merritt, while
senior Jared Padgett is not playing this
Send al sports items to season to focus on baseball.
editoril@jcfloridan.com, or That leaves senior wing player Rashard
fax the to 850-482-4478. The McKinnie and junior guard Marquavious
mailis g a dess for the paper Johnson as the lone players who have
played on varsity.
P.O. Box 520 Marianna, FL "This year is kind of a transition year
32447. .for us," Tigers coach Matt Anderson said
Monday ahead of his team's preseason
opener at Walton High School. "We're re-
ally going to have to execute offensively
Chipola Men's and share the basketball and hopefully
Baskietbhal have a hot man each night and be able
to find that man because we just don't
Indians move that one guy or two guys that we can call
a play for and have a good chance to get
a bucket.
to 3-0 with tAnd we're going to have to be better
w n defensively than we've been in the past.
W iSn WGeo a We've been pretty good and held teams to
in S T inGe r iright at 50 points per game the last two
BYDUSTIN KENT years, but we may have to hold teams
to 30 this year and I don't see that hap-
FLORIDANFILEPHO 0 pening against a lot of the people we
The No. 7 Chipola Indians todk Graceville's Rashard McKinnie (41) tries to go up for a shot while being surrounded by Marianna play."
two more wins over the weekend defenders during a game last season. McKinnie is one of just two returning Tigers players with
in Decatur, Ga., knocking off At- significant varsity experience going into this season. See TIGERS, Page 8B
lanta Metro on Friday and host
Georgia Perimeter on'Saturday
to move to 2-0 on the season.
The Indians opened with an Chipola Women's Basketball
83-57 win over Atlanta Metro,
with Torian Graham leading the
way with 24 points, followed by
Carlos Morris and Sam Cassell, a go a Classic
r. with 18 points each.
On Saturday, Chipola had a BYDUSTINKENT Rahni Bel 12, and Tiffany Lewis
much tougher battle with Geor- dkent@jcfloridan.com Rahni Bell 12, and Tiffany Lewis
gia Perimeter and had to rally 10.
from a late deficit in the second Lady Indians coach Greg
half to pull out the 88-81 win. The No. 4 Chipola Lady Indi- Franklin said he thought his
The game marked the season ans concluded a 3-0 weekend at team was a little sluggish at the
debuts for All Panhandle Con- the Girls Basketball Report Clas- start Saturday, but qtiickly put it
ference sophomores Cinmeon sic in Marianna onSaturdaywith together and finished the week
Bowers and Demetrious Floyd, a dominant 86-40 victory over out strong.
with Bowers going for 29 points, Broward. "It was the third day of a three-
15 rebounds, three assists, and Chipola opened Thursdaywith day classic and we looked a little
four steals, and Floyd 16 points, a 93-34 victory over Eastern Flor- fatigued, especially after a tough
seven assists, and three steals. ida State before facing its only game the night before," he said.
Freshman guard Jamaar McK- real challenge of the weekend "We came out a little fatigued,
ay also had a big night with 25 Friday against South Georgia but we fought through it and
points, six rebounds, and six Tech, using a 21-4 run over the fi- played really well in the second
steals. nal seven minutes to win 68-45. half.'"
"I was really happy coming There wasn't nearly as much Three games in three straight
away against two good teams resistance Saturday, with the nights is a tough way to start a
with two wins," Chipola coach Lady Indians cruising to the easy season, but the coach said his
Patrick Blake said. "Saturday was victory to improve to 3-0 to start team gained a lot from the week-
probably our toughest test play- the year. end's action.
ing Georgia Perimeter at their Evelyn Akhator continued her "I thought we found ourselves a
place. The toughest thing to do dominant play at both ends of little bit. Some players were start-
in college basketball is to win the court with 14 points, 11 re- ing to find their niche, especially
a true road game, so I was very DANIELWILLIAMS bounds, five steals, and four in the second half against South
Chipola point guard Diamonisha Sophus goes up for a layup during a blocked shots for Chipola, while
See INDIANS, Page 8B game against Broward on Saturday night in Marianna. Brianna Wright had 13 points, See CLASSIC, Page 8BIL
) .




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College Football


Muschamp: Florida needs .


to change state of mind

The Associated -Press
GAINESVILLE Florida coach
Will Muschamp labeled his team
"fragile," and not because of all
those season-ending injuries.
Muschamp said Monday that the
Gators, who have lost four con-
secutive games, have a woe-is-me
mentality that's affecting the way
they play.
If things go wrong early, prob-
lems tend to snowball. It happened
in losses against Missouri, Georgia
and Vanderbilt. The Gators trailed
13-3 at halftime against the Tigers,
were down 23-3 at the break against
the Bulldogs and fell behind 24-3
early in the third quarter against
the Commodores on Saturday.
"We need to learn to overcome, THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
our circumstances, and that's Florida quarterback Tyler Murphy. (3) looks for a receiver during the first half of
something we have a hard time do- Saturday's game against Vanderbilt in Gainesville. THEASSOCIATb D PRESS
ing as far as a slow start, a turnover Florida State running back Karlos Williams (9) runs as Wake
and overcoming those situations," four turnovers led to three touch- losing streak in Muschamp's three- Forest free safety Anthony Woodin, Jr. grabs his face mask
Muschamp said. "It's my job to get downs for Vanderbilt. "But we year tenure, raising speculation- during the second half of Saturday s'game in Winston-Salem,
it right, and that's-what we're work- don't look to. use that as an excuse. about his future in Gainesville. N.C.
ing on." ... It's unfortunate that we've had Athletic director Jeremy Foley
That's easier said than done nine so many guys go down, but it's an insists Muschamp isn't going any- Florida St takes hold
games into the season. opportunity for some of the other where even if Florida misses a
"We've got to coach better," Mus- guys and the younger guys to step bowl gam for thefirst time since f 2nd in BCS standings
champ noted. "We've got to find up and play and get their feet wet. 1990. an
ways to put our guys in better posi- "No other team is going to take it The Gators need to win two of
tion, better situations to overcome easy on just because we have a few their final three games they play The Associated Press
that the psychological battle of knocked-up guys. We've just got to No. 11 South Carolina on Saturday,
getting our guys in the right situ- be ready to go." and then face lower-division Geor- Florida State took firm hold of second place in the BCS
ations to be successful. That's our The Gators also are playing with- gia Southern and second-ranked standings behind top-ranked Alabama and grabbed the
job as coaches." out quarterback Jeff Driskel (bro- Florida State to become bowl inside track to the national championship game.
Turnovers, penalties, defensive ken leg), defensive tackle Domi- eligible for the 23rd oonsecutive The Seminoles were second last week, but, seemed
"iapses and play-calling have been nique Easley (knee), runnifg back year. Florida will be huge under- likely to get passed by Oregon if the'Ducks could have
problematic. Matt Jones (knee), kick returner dgs intwo of those. remained unbeaten. Stanford, however, handed Oregon
But injuries probably have played Andre Debose (knee) and offenrsive Being "fragile" probably won't its first loss of the season Thursday night and Florida
the most significant role in Flori- linemen Chaz Green (labrum) and help the Gators pull off any upsets. State benefited.'
da's current state of mind. Tyler Moore (dislocated elbow). Equ ally important, the Gators The Seminoles (.9619) are a solid second in the USA
The Gators (4-5, 3-4 Southeast- Offensive tackle DJ. Hurimphries have to guard against players Today coaches' poll and Harris poll, and second in the
ern Conference) have lost 10 play- also is.sidelined indefinitely after checking out down the, stretch. computer rankings that make up the final third of aBCS
ers, including six starters, to sea- spraining his right kneein practice "We have to make sure that we average.
son-ending injuries. Linebacker two weeks ago. stay on top of each other and make Ohio State (.8926) is third in the polls but fourth in
Antonio Morrison is the latest to In the wake of the mounting in- sure riobody gives up on the sea- thecomputers. The Buckeyes are closer to fourth-place
join the list. juries, the Gators have fallen to last son," Murphy said. "Things can Stanford (.8689) than Florida'State.
The team's leading tackler injured in the league in total offense. They geta lot worse if we do that stuff. Unbeaten Baylor (.8618) is fifth, not far behind the
his right knee against Vanderbilt lead the SEC intotdefense, but We have to keep things going and Cardinal (.689).
and will have surgery to repair torn have given up an average of 165 try to find a way to pull two out of But lotida State and Alabama appear headed for a
meniscus.: yards orshing over the last four .fthesenext three so we can make a CSchampionship game matchup if they can avoid be-
"It's definitely disdouraging, said games. bowl game." ingipset.
quarterback Tyler Murphy, whose Theresultisthesecondfour-game "Just win," BCS analyst Jerry Palm of CBS.comi said
d a s "e p about Florida State. "They control their own destiny
now. Jst win."
SFlorida State's' 51-14 victory against Clemson in the
,yo. 9s Nbmiddle of October sent the Seminoles surging past Ohio
State in the polls. The Buckeyes haven't had a chance
The Associated Press would likely start.against to change the momentum because they haven't played
the Rebels after missing r.anked opponents since beatingWisconsin and North-
LEXINGTON, Ky. four gameswithashoulder western. in back-to-back weeks in late September. and
Ninth-ranked Missouri injury. .He was available, early October.
would rather stay on its of- against the Wildcats in an "'Ohio State never had a game.where they could get
fensive roll than take time emergency that wasnt some juice with the voters, get the voters' attention."
off. necessary with Mauk's re- Palm said.
After all, theTigers are ea- cord-tying day, but he did Palm said that it's likely ifAlabama or FloridaState- or
ger to see what's next after get some fourth-quarter both stumble it would be Ohio State or Baylor moving
backup quarterback Maty work. into the top two spots and not one-loss Stanford.
Mauk tied a school record "The ideal thing was to "The problem is Baylor and Ohio State are ahead of
with five touchdowns do exactly what we did," Stanford in the polls and eventually the BCS standings
passing in Saturday's 48-17 Pinkel said. "We just want- will reflect that," he said.
rout of Kentucky. Four of ed to get some reps with Unbeaten Fresno State of the Mountain West moved
Mauk's touchdowns went "i ilhim.Thebiggestthingwas: up to No. 14. The Bulldogs need a top-12 finish to secure
to sophomore wide receiv- Can he take that hit? With the so-called BCS buster bid as an automatic qualifier
er Dorial Green-Beckham, these extra two weeks, he'll from a non-AQ conference. They also need to be the
who set a Missouri mark. THEASSOCIATED PRESS be ready to start for us." highest rated non-AQ champion.
Green-Beckham wantedMissouri running back Henry Josey (20) scores on a 86-yard Franklin has a tough act Undefeated Northern Illinois of the Mid-American
tokeep going, butthewalk- during the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against to follow after his bacup Conference is 15th and tryingto e a BCS Buster for the
ing boot on his sprairied Ketucin Lexington,Ky offered an encouraging second straight season
right ankle also indicated ning quarterback Johnny reaching nine wins for the peek at Missouri's future. Neither team can afford a loss, but Palm said attrition
a need to step back. Manziel the following fourth time in 13 seasons Mauk capped an im- along should get Fresno State and NIU into final top-12
Coach Gary Pinkel won't week, the Tigers (9-1, 5-1) with the Tigers. pressive 3-1 record in if they can win out. .
complain about alate-sea- need this down time to re- The bye will also help the relief of Franklin. In one
son bye. With remaining fresh as they seek the East Tigers make the transition game, the redshirt fresh-
Southeastern Conference title. from Mauk back to James man matched his season ---ED M CCOY
games at Ole Miss on Nov. "This break will allow us Franklin at quarterback. touchdown total, and he -:: :
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be without bffensive appeared in seven games No. 25 aGeorgia's game at -
GAINESVILLE, Fla. tackle D.J. Humphries in 2013 and has a 102.78 No. 7 Auburn this week.
Florida linebacker Anto- against the Gamecocks. quarterback efficiency Rome hurt his right foot
nio Morrison is out for the Humphries sprained his rating. inlast weeKl's 45-6win over
year,becoming the team's right knee-two weeks ago )ameis Winstonri and AppalachianState. Rome
10th player to sustain a and is doubtful to play Cokerwereincompetition startedbecauseseniorAr-
season-ending injury. Saturday. for the starting job during thur. Lynch was held out
Morrison, who 3leads training camp with Win- with bruised ribs.
the team with 49 tackles, No.2 Florida State ston eventually becoming Coach Mark Richt said r
tore meniscus in a knee osesbackup QB to the starter. Coker could Monday Lynch andreceiv-, si,.l
'inr Saturday's 34-17 loss to consider transferring af- er Chris Conley (sprained
Vanderbilt. knee Injury ter the season considering right ankle) have a chance ,_
Without Morrison, Mike he'll be behind Winston as to play against Auburn on
Taylor will move to middle TALLAHASSEE, Fla. a junior and won't likely Saturday.
linebacker for Saturday's Florida State backup have an opportunity to Lynch hurt his ribs in
game at South Carolina quarterback Jacob Coker start in Tallahassee until Georgia's win over Florida
and freshmanJarrad Davis will undergo surgery on his senior season. on Nov. 2. Conley missed o
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have been ravaged by in- Monday. He says the sec- Georgla's Rome loss at Vanderbilt on Oct.
juries. The list includes six end-ranked Seminoles ected to miss E
starters: Morrison, quar- won't know how long exp mss 19With Lyhch and Conley
terback Jeff Driskel, de- Coker will be out untilaf- Auburn game held out, Georgia quarter-
fensive tackle Dominique ter surgery and they learn back Aaron Murray com- M o Rony Sum En McCoy BvELY THOMAS CECIL PowELL
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College Football


No. 1 Alabama trying to avoid 'relief syndrome'

The Associated Press If the Tide can win those three
and the Southeastern Con-
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Ala- ference title game, a shot. at a
bama's Nick Saban doesn't want third consecutive national title
his players to be in a celebratory awaits.
mood this week. It's too soon for That's the kind of look-ahead
relief, too. scenario Alabama has been
The top-ranked Crimson Tide's pretty good at avoiding under
coach prefers them to fomus on Saban. Looking back isn't much
what it felt like to physically better.
dominate in the second half "We're not going to get caught
against No. 18 LSU and turn a up in this one win," quarterback
tight game into a 38-17 win. AJ McCarron said. "It happened
That is how he wants Alabama to us last year, so we'll be ready
to play. to go."
"You cannot, take things for Saban almost certainly didn't
granted," Saban said Monday. break his own 24-hour celebra-
"There can't be any kind of relief tion rule, but for a -public that
syndrome that, 'We got by that. sees him scowling more often
game.' I think the most impor- than smiling, he was downright
tant thing and I think this last giddy'in the aftermath of this
game sort of showed that the one. His joyful leap into McCar-
team we want to be is the team ron's arms has gotten thousands
we were in the second half, an THEASSOCIATED PRESS Of views on YouTube and social
aggressive team that's trying bt Alabama head coach Nick Saban runs off the field after the second half of Saturday' game against LSU in media.
control the line of scrimmage. oT oosaAla. "It was pretty funny,".Norwood
Not -a team playing with a lot gers last season, and suffered that sme of the tension is eased Saban said after the game said."I've never seen coachthat
of anxiety that's worried about their only loss. Now, the Tide now that the LSU game is out of. Alabama finished with its abest excited. It was like, 'Wow, that
making mistakes and errors. We visits Mississippi State (4-5, 1-4) the way. half of the season against LSU. man's excited.'"
made a lot of mental errors in trying to keep from being afflict- "I think everybody'sjust more, The Tide outgained LSU 219- McCarron said that was the
the first half of the gme. ed by that "relief syndrome." I guess, relaxed after that game," 67 after halftime and held the second time they'd done that.
"You've got to. be aggressive Saban reminded his players of Norwood said. "But at the same Tigers to minus-9 yards in the The first was after beating LSU
and you've got to play to win. what happened post-LSU last time, everybody knows that we fourth quarter while scoring two in the national championship
You can't play to keep from get- season in the locker room. He must continue to keep this mo- touchdowns. game in January 2012.
ting beat." reiterated his 24-hour celebra- mentum going so we can build The result was a seventh-con- "I was just hoping I'd catch
And you can't let the hangover tion rule also, which gives play- for the next game and the next secutive win by 20-plus points him," McCarron said.
from a big win help get you beat ers a day to savor'the win before game' and the next game after. ,Now, Alabama is a 25-point Linebacker Trey DePriest said
the next week. moving on. that. I don't think anybody's just favorite over the Bulldogs and he hasn't seen the embracebut
Alabama (9-0, 6-0 Southeast- Receiver Kevin Norwood said relieved. I don't think anybody's' then hosts FCS team Chatta- said Saban was focused again by
ern Conference) started horribly the Tide just wants to keep it satisfied. Everybody's still hun- nooga before traveling to No. the time he addressed the team,
against Texas A&M following a going now that one more major gry, everybody wants to go out Auburn in the biggest remaining reminding them of last year4s
last-minute victory over the Ti- hurdle is cleared. He concede and compete." regularseason challenge. Texas A&M game.


Spencer: Buckeyes would wipe field with 'Bama, FSU
The Associated Press The Buckeyes' remain-
ing schedule after Illinois
COLUMBUS, Ohio is home against Indiana
Bring on 'Bama. Florida (4-5, 2-3) and then the an-
State, too. nual late-November.feud
Ohio State wide receiver with rival Michigan (6-3,
Evan Spencer made itclear 2-3) at The Big House.
.Monday that he believes After that will, likely
the' Buckeyes are better come the Big Ten charmpi-
than No. 3. Spencer had onship game the Buck-
a chance to watch two- eyes have the inside track6
time defending national at winnimigthe Leaders Di-
champion Alabama and vision title and the same
second-ranked Florida goes for Michigan State in
State last weekend while, the Legends efore the
the Buckeyes had an open final BCS rankings come
date. out along with the bowl
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS "I guess I'sih a little bi- bids.
Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall (14) looks for a receiver ased but I think we'd wipe Meyer said ;the bar is
in thefirst quarter of Saturday's game against Tennessee in the field with -both of raised as the seasonbuilds
Knoxville,Tenn. them," said Spencer with to a crescendo.
a chuckle. The.junior, who "The message is you
Su rn is the son of former Ohio have to play great," he
Auburn State and NFL player and said. "You're held to (a
:coach Tim Spencer, add- higher standard) to be
tj ed, "That's just my bias even mentioned with
est Actually, Spencer didn't careful what you. wish for
mention Florida State. -- that means you have to
race Asked if he was referring praciceand play ata cer
to the Seminoles, he said, tain level.
"Whoever.".
The Associated Press all year." Urban Meyer took a THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SIGN UP FOR
That mindset has the very different approach to Ohio State wide receiver Philly Brown (right) celebrates a
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Tigers shocking everyone making it known that he touchdown catch with tight end Jeff Heuerman during the
Don't bother mentioning but themselves. thinks the Buckeyes de- first half of a game against Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind., on
the Iron Bowl to Auburn. "Coming off a 3-9 season serve a-chance to play for Nov. 2. TODAY.!!
The *seventh-ranked Ti- last year, coach Malzahn the national title. With EZ pay, your bill is
gers refuse to think that far said this is going to be Meyer said he voted the in the polls. your kids." automatic y paid each
ahead. the biggest turnaround in Buckeyes (9-0, 5-0 Big The Southeastern Con-' Coombs declined to say mdnthfromyourchecking
"I'm not going to talk college football," Auburn Ten) No. 2 on his USA To- ference, meanwhile; has if he felt Ohio State could account or credit card
about Alabama," Auburn quarterback NickMarshall day coaches' poll ballot won the last seven na- hold its own against the eliminating.the needfor
linebacker Cassanova said. "All of us bought into behind Alabama but tional championships, likes of the Crimson Tide paper bills, statements
McKinzysaid Saturday af- that and (are) just doing ahead of Florida State. with Alabama winning and Seminoles. and Stamps.
ter the'Tigers' 55-23 rout what the toaches tell us to "I believe we have Ala- three of the last four. The "I'm not in a place to
of Tennessee. "I'm just go- keep winning."' bama, Ohio State, Florida Crimson Tide and Florida evaluate that," he said. "I'd soI
ing to talk about Georgia. They're winning without State," Meyer said of his State, which has powered like to thinkwe could hold To sign up for
The only thing we can passing very often. Au- ballot. He couldn't re- its way back to national our own against anybody EZ Pay call i's at
'do is prepare for Georgia burn attempted just seven: member the order of the prominence this season, We'ie looking forward to 850-526-3614 or
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time." week after throwing nine Stanford and Baylor. top two teams in the Bowl erybody that shows ip." JCFloridan.com
SThat'sthesameapproach' times in a 35-17 victory Asked for his rationale Championship Series
that has helped Auburn' over Arkansas. Marshall's in voting that way, Meyer rankings will play in the
(9-1, 5-1 SEC) make the 'third and final pass coni- said, 'I hadus (No.) 2 all national .championship
biggest turnaround of any pletion came with 6:36 left year. I just think we're game at the Rose Bowl on
team in the niation. in the first quarter. playing like one of the top Jan. 6.
One year after going 3-9 Marshall rushed for 214 teams in the country right The off week enabled ,
and failing to earn a single yards andtwo touchdowns now." Ohio State's players and '
Southeastern Conference on just 14 carries against The coaches' poll is coaches towatchmost of
victory, Auburn heads into Tennessee. Tre Mason ran used in the BCS standings the other top teams in ac-
its finaltwo regular-season 20 times for 117 yards and formula. tion. On Thursday night;, .'
gamesincontrol ofits des- three scores while reach- The Buckeyes are clearly they watched then-No.
tiny in the Western Divi- ing the 1,000-yard mark a confident group, going 2 Oregon lose to No. 5
sion race. If Auburn beats for a second straight sea- into a game at Illinois on Stanford, 26-20, and un-
No. 25 Georgia next week- son. Auburn averages 320 Saturday. The Illini (3-6,0- defeated and fifth-ranked
end, it would set the stage yards rushing per game 5) have lost 19 consecutive Baylor pound No. 12 Okla-
for a Nov. 30 showdown to rank third among all Big Ten games, whileOhio homa, 4-12.
with top-ranked Alabama Football Bowl Subdivision State owns the nation's On Saturday, most of the
in the most anticipated teams, behind only Army longest winning streak at Buckeyes were watching
Iron Bowl since Cam New- and New Mexico. .21 in a row. as Alabama broke free in
ton rallied the Tigers to a The combination of Ohio State has domi- the second half to take a
28-27 victory at Tuscalo- Marshall and Mason as- nated the Big Ten over the convincing 38-17 win over
osa in their 2010 national sures that Aubumrn has a past two years, winning No. 10 LSU and Florida
championship season. quick-strike offense even close games and winning State, which is second in
Both Georgia and Ala- without passing. blow-outs alike. That has the BCS standings behind
bama have to travel to Auburn's offense had worked against the Buck- Alabama, roll over Wake
Jordan-Hare Stadium. Au- three touchdown drives eyes, since many voters Forest, 59-3.
burn alreadyhas complet- that lasted only two plays both in media and among "We're football junk-
ed its road schedule. each. In all three of those the coaches believe the ies," Ohio State assistant ''
"We'll enjoy this one," possessions, Auburn Big Ten has fallen on hard coach Kerry,. Coombs : LOCAL NEWS, YOUR WAY
Auburn coach Gus Mal- reached the end zone in times in terms of talent. said. "That was enjoyable. IWEEKNIGHS AT 5:00,:00, & :
zahn said after the Ten- less than 40 seconds. Au- For much of this season, You do watch those guys. :':: ':
nessee game. "That's the bum also had a six-play, the Buckeyes have been You want to watch good
only thing on our minds. 85-yard touchdown drive the only Big Ten team teams play and see how
That's been our mindset thatlastedjust 1:43. ranked among the top. 15 their kids stack up against
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In IndianSpngs on Gof C e 3. hs & American Eagle ........** .* Sa ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID FORTY, 189.64
In Indian Springs on Golf Course 3/35, his & 200mi4 GotaClunker .FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING
hers master bath, walk in closets, openfloor 203,40 ft Got a Clunker FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING
plan, 2300 sq. ft. back yd. fenced, 9 ft. ceilings $95,000. Well be your Junker! A/K/A 2890 GARDENVIEW ROAD,
$1300. mo. 4 avail. Jan. 1st 850-271-5545. Call for more info We buy wrecked cars COTTONDALE, FL 32431
(775)721-8359 and Farm Equip. at a
Nicely remodeled, fair and honest price! Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
2-car garage. Laminate owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must
hardwood flooring/vinyl CALL 334-714-6285 file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
tile squares. Screened back AUTlOST T ** o *FR WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court
porch. Fenced yard. Wall- Looking for VW Van on October 29, 2013.
oven, ceramic-top range. Chevrolet 2002 Trailblazer: sold in Enterprise, AL
New refrigerator. Washer & dryer and 2nd New design w/straight 4.2, in 1983. If you have Dale R. Guthrie
refrigerator in garage. Less than 5 minutes 6 cyl. eng w/DOC, 24V, seen this vehicle please Clerk of the Circuit Court
from Marianna FCI and Sunland. $775 deposit, 270HP. Good MPG, GRN, contact me @ By: /s/ Tammy Bailey
credit/income verification, and references AC, OD auto, PS, PB, nar swtcrafthot com Deputy Clerk
required. Call 850-212-4325 new tires. Runs, looks & drives good. Lots of **See Americans with Disabilities Act
l power. New headlights, battery, wiper blades. If you are a person with a disability who needs
NADA $4,500. Reduced to $3,995. 671-3059. any accommodation in order to participate in
3BR/1.5 BA, nice, clean, ceramic tile, fireplace, GOT BAD CREDIT this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
stainless steel appliances, separate party s I you, to the provision of certain assistance.
house. 1/2 acre of land with fruit and pecan n $0 Down/1st Payment, Please contact the ADA Coordinatorby mail at
trees. $55,000. 850-263-4590 or 850-209-3474 Tax, Tag & Title Pass P. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by
Repo pass bankruptcy, phone atf(850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days
Lease/Option T Buy 3/2 hardwood floors, SLOW CREDIT OK before your scheduled court appearance, or
Lease/OptiAsk About $1000. off at time of purchase. immediately upon receiving this notification if
CH&A 2940 Dogwood St. Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 the time before the scheduled appearance is
dose to Riverside school. less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing Im-
$875. mo 850-718-6541 Honda 2000 Odyssey: Runs perfect 3 year/3600 paired,please call 711.
$87.mile warranty on transmission. $6,500. OBO
Call 334-693-9360 ADA Coordinator
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT P.O. Box 1089
Hyundai 2011 Elantra touring 32,900 miles, Panama City, lorida 32402
Sbedroom mobile Homes n Cottondale. Silver incolor, great ar like new. $11,000 Phone: 850-747-5338 Fax (850) 747-5717
$500 and up. H20, garbage sewer lncluded. 850-209-8449. MUST SELL !!!! Hearing mpaired: Dia 711
8510-2 09-74 Lincoln 1991 Mercury Pracer: metallic blue, 44k Email: ADARequest@ud ico o
original miles, only driven in Dothan, mint con- LF160294
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. dition, 4 new tires, like new, 4 doors, cold AC, LF160294
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month power steering and AM/FM radio. $5,000 Call L IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Please call 850-258-1594 or 334-701-0010 LF160291 FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
850-638-8570 Leave Message Mercury 2005 Monterey Van: tan with-tan inte- JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Srior, fully loaded, 74k miles, 2 owner, excellent IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH CASE NO.11-64CA
2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes .shape, good gas mileage. Asking $8000 Call JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
in Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595 334-393-144 COUNTY, FLORIDA SUNRISE ENTERPRISES, INC. OF PALM BEACH
S 3CIVIL ACTION DIVISION: COUNTY a Florida Corporation,
Nissan 2005 Altima 132,000 miles, black in color CASE NO.: 32-2013-CA-000163 Plaintiff,
2BR/1.5BA at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. new tires, great car. $4000. 850-209-8449.
Has utility shed, screened in front porch MUST SELL SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC, vs.
850-209-3970 Plaintiff,
Toyota Sienna 2011 XLE 3.5L inside lift for Plai RAGGEDY ANN LEARNING CENTER, LLC,
N 3/2 DW in Malone, CH/A, No pets, Hoover round $6225. optional equip. + moon a Florida Limited Liability Company,
security negotable Section 8 ok. roof. 30K miles, $22,500. OBO 334-493-9930 ENOCH LAWRENCE, ROSETTA LAWRENCE,
850-594-9991 or 850-557-7719 M O__ AILRT ANRW talJENNIFER LAWRENCE, ALVIN JOHNSON, JOHN
Marianna area2/2 Mbl. Hm. in park CH&A BS 3Defendant. DOE and FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Maranna arewag N2 Ps m. nin aRkf CH&A Defendants)Defendants
water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Req. Harley Davidson 2009 Sporster XL 1200C, red,
1st & last $500. mo. 850-482-8333 excellent condition 6300 miles, $7695. NOTICE OFFORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE OF SALE
1 Mobile Homes for Rent 2BR1BA 334-671-8671 or 334-791-0984. Lots of Extras.
oted beeen Gr Rie nds, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Partial
Located beween Grand Ridge & Sneads. .OS P UILIT Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated Octo- Summary Judgment of Foreclosure as to Jack-
Includes water, garbage & pest maint 2012 Nissan Pathfinder one owner, excellent ber 16, 2013 and entered in Case No. 32-2013- son County Parcel Only dated October 302013
$360. Mo O 850-573-0308 4 condition, low mileage, super clean, $19, 950, CA-000163 of the Circuit Court of the FOUR- entered in Civil Case No. 11-64 CA of the Cir-
$360. Mo 850-573-8 condition,ow mileage, TEENTH Judicial Circuit in and for JACKSON cuit Court of the Fourteerth Judicial Circuit in
i ., P uPhone 334-796-5036 County, Florida wherein SUNTRUST MORT- and for Jackson County, Florida, wherein
S asll o ent Iclus ter, gar Chevrolet 2006 Tahoe: burgundy, one owner, GAGE, INC is the Plaintiff and ALBERT L AN- RAGGEDY ANN LEARNING CENTER, LLC, a Flori-
re et 921639 excellent.condition, 3rd row seat, custom run- DREWS; SUNTRUST BANK; are the Defendants, da Limited Liability ompany; ENOCH LAW-
ning boards, extras, very clean, 101k miles The Clerk of the Court will sell to the highest RENCE ROSTA LAWRENCE, JENNIFER LAW-
$11,900. Call 334-712-0692 or 334-618-9980 and best bidder for cash at RENCE, ALVIN JOHNSON, JOHN DOE and FLORI-
$11900. Call33471206NORTH DOOR JACKSON COUNTY COURT- DA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, are Defendants;
.I _-* *,.-i ll. HOUSE, MARIANNA, FLORIDA
at 11:00AM, on the 21st day of November I will sellto the highest and best bidder for
O* ES OR S'AlE Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI 2013, the following described property as set cash, at 11:00 am CST. on the 12th day of De-
e Brick Home3/2with 10 acres country 5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 27K forth in said Final Judgment: fcmbeas 213 to the highest bidder or biddesn
*Large Brick Home 3/2 With 10 acres, country for cash at the North Door of the Jackson Coun-
secluded area $160,0$2,000miles very clean, power ONE LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN ty Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette St, Marianna,
secluded area $160,000$25,000 down & ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. ONE LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN
$700: mo.Owner-Fin. AvaiL 850-526-4283. ig w w, bd lr, NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4, SEC- Florida, the following described property as set
Ford 2010 F150 FX4 4-door, completely loaded, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA AS SURVEYED BY
excellent condition, 158K miles, $18,900 M. JOHN STREENSLAND, JR. ELATED AUGUST JACKSON COUNTY PARCEL:
334-791-3081. 22, 1986, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE- Beginnhig at the NW Corer of C.H. Rhyne tract
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT AN EX- on South Street go West 380 feet across pro-
GMC 1997 Sierra 2500 ISTING STEEl, REBAR AT A FENCE CORNER posed road to a point of beginning; Thence
2005 Cobra Boat 16' -60 hp merc. anchor mates, 128K miles on new MARKING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE South 150 feet; thence West 70feet; thence
depth/fish finder, aerated live well, sump engine, exc. cond.black NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4, North 150 feet; thence East70 feet to the point
pump, trolling mtr, stick steering, life jackets &silver in color. NEW SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 11 of beginning; in Marlanna, Florida, and being
included. 334-794-3249 tires, cold air, long. WEST, AND THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 29 MI- located n the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4of Section
includ.__-7_________eaR49 e wheel base, runs great NUTES 51 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE NORTH 9, Townshlp 4 North, Range 10 West, In Jackson
..AMP.ER'. : I & T_, TRA IES. & very clean Reduced To $3500. OBO LINE OF SAID FORTY AND A FENCE, 308.29 FEET County, Florida.
Must Sale.334-701-2596 located in Ozark TO A SET STEEL REBAR; THENCE NORTH89 DE-
2006 Forest River Wildwood LE Model #31QBSS GREES 55 MINUTES 27 SECONDS WEST, ALONG CASE NO. 11-64 CA
31' Dry wt. 10280 Ibs., 1 slide, 4 bunk beds, SAID FENCE AND FORTY LINE, 311.24 FEET TO
Booth dinette, Center kitchen & LR, Jackknife AN EXISTING IRON PIPE ON THE EASTERLY SIDE NOTICE OF SALE DATED: this 30th day of
sofa, Front Q bed, Side aisle bath w/ shower & GMC 2008 Savannah Cargo Van. OF AN UNPAVED COUNTY ROAD (35 FEET FROM October, 2013.
roof vent, Dbl. door Frig., Gas/Elec. water heat- Mileage 109,575. Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. CENTERLINEOF ROAD); THENCE SOUTH 27 DE-
er, microwave, Gas stove top/oven & furnace, Call 334-792-7746 ask for Sylvia GREES 11 MINUTES 17 SECONDS EAST ALONG DALE RABON GUNTHRIE, Clerk of Court
Duct A/C /Heat, AM/FM Stereo, Front & rear 'SAID UNPAVED COUNTY ROAD, 145.57 FEET TO
stabilizer jacks, $9,000.00 334-790-4612 W TD A3 S AN EXISTING IRON PIPE ON THE NORTHERLY By: Tammy Bailey
______________ S *RIGHT-OF-WAY OF THE PAVED FLORIDA STATE Deputy Clerk
SE & HIGHWAY (100 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF SOUTH 83 DEGREES 25 MINUTES 12 SECONDS
2002 Winnabago 34' 2slides, 5500 ONAN Gen, YOUR TOWING NEEDS! EAST ALONG SAID PAVED HIGHWAY, 263.91
lots of upgrades, excellent condition, 29000 ". $i &' FEET TO A SET STEEL REBAR:THENCE CONTIN-
miles $32,000. Honda 2006 CRV: 44600 miles, f 4 r 9 UE SOUTH 83 DEGREES 25 MINUTES 12 SEC-
ready to tow w/blue ox tow bar AUTO BODY &RECYCLING ONDS EAST ALONG SAID PAVED HIGHWAY,
system, excellent condition $13,000. Both PAYINTOP DOLLAOR FOUNK CARS 287.63 FEET: TO AN EXISTING IRON PIPE ON
Vehicles for $43,000. Call 334-692-3337 or 334- Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 THE EAST LINE OF SAID FORTY; THENCE NORTH
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'fL Sresembling a go-to player. the team will be big on
t1.ige s l at some point during the numbers, quickness, and
year. versatility, and the coach
InhC gnito says M artin From PageB "I'mhopingbytheendof said he hopes to make use
Replacing the offense of the season he can be that, of those factors to over-
White and Campbell will but it's tough when you're come some of the lack of
sent i be especially difficult, and depending on a freshman experience.
any team having to re- to be that person," Ander- "We've got a lot of kids
place all five starters from son said. "It's tough on him who can play different
The Associated Press a season ago will be facing and tough on the team, positions and help us,"
an uphill battle to repli- but he has those kinds of he said. "We've just got
MIAMI Suspended cate that group's success. qualities. He's got a pretty to find ways to score the
Miami Dolphins guard WheretheTigershadhad big upside. I think Derek basketball. Hopefully our
Richie Incognito says nine seniors on the roaster has the capability to be an pressure will allow us to
teammate Jonathan Mar- last season, including four outstanding offensive and bother some people and
tin sent him a threatening in thevstarting lineup, they defensive player." get some easy baskets off
text message as an appar- will have just three this But White is just one of of that. think you'll see a
entjoke only a week before year in McKinnie, forward several newcomers who lot more of that than the
their relationship became Dayleon Russ, and 6-foot- will be counted on to play past two years.
the subject ofaharassment 3 guard/forward Jalen important roles this sea- "I think we'll be able to
case that has prompted an Lawson, who played for son, including poit guard playa lot ifaster'and press
NFL investigation. the Tigers' junior varsity Deangelo. Bell, 6-foot-4 'a lot more. Inthe past
In an interview with Fox two years ago but sat out center AJ Davis, andj for- 'whenie we re dependent
Sports televised Sunday, last season. wards Octavian Mount on five or sixplayers, we
Incognito paid he never Along and rangy athlete, and LaDarius Nix. really couldn't,I pilay the
took the threat seriously. Lawson flashed potential Most of the newcomers way that I want to coach.
SIncognito said he regrets during the summer sea-- comprised a junior var- Hopefullybeing able to do
the racist and profane lan- HEASS PRESS on and Anderson said he sity team that went un- that will help us turn our
guage he used with Mar- Miami's Richie Incognito watch during practice at the Dol- could prove something of defeated last season, was; defense into some offense
tin, but said it stemmed phins training facility in Davie, Fla., on May 29. an X-factor for the Tigers if coached by Anderson, because we're really going
from a culture of locker- joke. football and the locker he can expand his game. and competed against the to struggle to score."
room "brotherhood," not "JMart's text 2 Richie room got to me a little." "The'e'i with him is varsity every day. :_Despite their deficien-
bullying. Incognito. U decide....." Martin left the team two he and Marquavious play Anderson said he be- cies, Anderson said he
"A week before this went attorney David Cornwell weeks ago, and Cornwell the same position, but lieves that experience will believes that the compo-
down, Jonathan Martin tweeted. That was the only alleges the second-year we're trying 'to move him serve them well as varsity nents arethere for a team
texted me on myphone response by Cornwell or pro was harassed daily around'so6ie and get him players and that he be- that can contend for a
'I will murder your whole Martin's agent to requests by teammates, including to where he can play some lieves they are ready to district title, with those
.. family,'" Incognito said, from The, Associated Press Incognito. Martin hasn't different positions and make the jumpto the next chances being aided by
quoting Martin as using a forcommentonIncognito's spoken publicly but will once he does that hell be- level. GHS hostingthe district
profanity. "Now did I think interview, discuss the case late next come a legitimate threat 'The good thing about tournament this season.
Jonathan Martin was go- Incognito said Martin' weekwithaspecialinvesti- to start night in and night those guys on JV was they "I think it's definitely a
ing to murder my family? also sent him a friendly gator hired by the league. out," he said. "He's one got to compete with the possibility, especiallywith
Not one bit ..., Iknewitwas text four days after leaving "This isn't an issue about of our best athletes. We varsity all the time, so in us not having lost that
coming from a brother. I the team to undergo coun- bullying," Incognito told heed that especially now a way this won't be their many home games since
knew it was coming from a seling for emotional issues. Fox. "This is an issue of my that Padgett isn't playing. first varsity competi- I've been here," the coach
friend. I knew it was com- The message came on and Jon's relationship. You Now we need a long, ath- tion," he said. "Ifyou have said. "Thisis a good team,
ing from a teammate. That the heels of the Dolphins' can ask anyone in the Mi- letic person to play in that an undefeated season, it's just extremely young.
just puts in context how overtime victory against ami Dolphins'locker room spot." you're doing something Butanytimeyou'rehosting
we communicate with one Cincinnati. who had Jon Martin's back Another player for right. They were actually district you've got a pretty
another." "Wassup man? The the absolute most, and whom Graceville will a young JV team, and how good chance if you've got
Responding to the in- world's gone crazy lol. I'm they'll undoubtedly tell need a major impact this they're an even younger a decent team and we'll
terview, Martin's attorney good tho congrats on the you me. season is freshman guard varsity team. The poten- have a good team. That
tweeted the message In- win," Martin said in a text "All this stuff coming out, Derek White, cousin of tialis there. They just have may not necessarily be re-
cognito quoted. The mes- verified by Fox Sports. it speaks to the culture of Marquis, who is perhaps a lot of growing to do and flected in our record with
sage was accompanied by "Yeah I'm good man. It's our locker room, it speaks the most talented of the they've got to continue to the schedule that we play,
two photos of a laughing insane bro but just know I to culture of our closeness, Tigers' young players and work hard to get there." but that schedule will help
woman holding a dog, sug- don't blame you guys at all. it speaks to the culture of maybe the best candidate The star power of a year us towards the end of the
gesting it was intended as a It's just the culture around our brotherhood." to grow into something ago may not be there, but year."

.C tl ic down and executed well against "I was happy with that. I was Chipola has had good bal- ball in her hands to be-domi-
C SSIC a good defensive team and that pleased with the way we an- ance so far with five different tant," he said. "I've never seen
helped us grow a little bit. The swered the bell. We didn't try to players averaging eight ormore a kid go up for rebourids like
From Page lB ball movement was really good answerit individually; we came points per game, but it was, she does. She tracks the bas-
Georgia Tech," Franklin said. in that second half all the way in and played excellent basket- Akhator who had the brightest ketball so well. It doesn't have
"Evelyn showed up big and we through the Broward game." ball in the second half in terms debut on the weekend, averag- to come to her; she goes and
ran some things through her Chipola was limited to just 24 of defending and deferring," ing 16.3 points to go with 13.3 gets them and that's a great
and Brianna a little bit in that points in the first half against he said. "One thing I'm talk- rebounds, three steals, and 2.7 skill to have. She's finding her-
second half where we were South Georgia Tech and trailed ing about with our team is that blocks per game. self a little bit more on the low
throwing it in and they were by two points at the break be- there are two things that will Even though she's leading the block and learning to take her
kicking it out to shooters or fore nearly doubling that out- help us win a championship: team in scoring, Franklin said time, be patient, and keep her
they were just getting it and put in the second half with 42. defending the basket and mak- what has impressed him the balance."
scoring. Franklin said it was good to ing the extra pass. We've got so most about the 6-foot-2 fresh- Chipola will next head to
"I thought we found our- see his players get challenged many players who can score man is her ability to impact the Jacksonville on Friday and Sat-
selves offensively a little bit in that way this early in the that it makes us tough to scout game even without scoring. urday to take on Indian River
that second half. We hunkered season. when we share the basketball." "She doesn't have to have the and Florida State College.

Pi rates final practice in before I'm pretty sure anything "We're a young team. keep this team from win- than just that."
competing at noon Cen- 1A has to offer, we can at We play a lot of travel ball, ning a championship. It The championship game
tral Standard Time. least hang with them and but high school ball is dif- would have to be more will be held Saturday.
From Page lB The coach said she is still make adjustments and ferent. We have three very ..
alittle more well-rounded trying to find out more give them a run for their solid seniors and one of N
and we've got a little more about Newberry, but be- money." those seniors is on the K L N DISUNT
depth offensively and de- lieves that her team's diffi- Perhaps the greater un- court at all times and that S DRUl GS
fensively," she said. "I'm cult non-district schedule known for the Lady Pirates helps. I look for the inex-
very proud of the program this season has prepared is hory their young players perience of the younger
and it's definitely a big them for whatever they will react to the big stage girls being down there for r
deal, but I -told the girls might face Friday. three seniors are back the first time to be a fac-
and I told my husband "I look at some of the from the 2011 team that tor, but I don't think itwill
when we got home that teams we've played went to state, but six of be a big enough factor to8 Jefferson St. Marana,
I was excited but it's not through the season. Ma- the other seven Sneads
complete. clay made it all the way players on the court Sat-
"Don't get me wrong, to the regional final in urday were sophomores.
I'm not taking winning a 3A; Florida High made "I definitely do worry
regional championship it down to state and we about that. There's no re-
lightly; I'm excited about played, them one of our placement for experience
that. But I can just tell it's best matches at a quad and age," Roberts said. "In
not going to feel complete tourney; we played Chil- the match against Blount-
if we don't win two more es, who made it all the stown, there were times'
games. I'm excited that way to regional finals in when we were down, and
we're going down there; 7A," she said. "I feel like all the games were pretty ,
but I reallywant tocome by. playing these better close, but they stayed
home with a state cham- teams through the sum- pretty even, confident,
pionship. I want that so mer and in the year is and crisp, and you could
bad. I wantit for the girls kind of paying off for me tell a difference in them
and for the program." 'right now. We're not go- justbeingayearolder. But
The Lady Pirates will ing to be shell-shocked. you get down (to state)
leave out on Thursday We've played sone of the and if you're playing a
morning for Orlando be~st big schools inFlorida team full of seniors, then
where they will get one an :competed with them. that's always a concern.



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