Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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County considers fed money for jobs

The Jackson County Commission is
looking for stimulus money to hire up to
30 people temporarily.
Commissioners and staff members of
various county departments said addition-
al help is needed in many areas, particular-
ly in road and bridge, the library and else-
The county decided to ask for 30 tempo-
rary workers, and indicated that, on aver-
age, they'd be paid about $9 an hour,
u. although the pay could vary depending on
the responsibilities and the difficulty in
5 Z finding someone to fill the various slots.
The jobs would last no more than six
0 -onths. Any period longer that would
ligate the county to pay benefits.
"he county is still gathering information
about the program, but had to apply imme-
diately and could decline later if the coun-
ty determines it is unwise to participate.
The commission wants to know, for
instance, if the program will also pick up

workers compensation and other employ-
ment-related costs other than wages.
Commissioners learned Tuesday that
they only have until Thursday to submit a
request for funding through the Back To
Work program. It would reimburse the
county for up to 95 percent of wages paid.
The Back to Work program is also open
to the private sector and non-profit organi-
zations, as the federal government
attempts to pump up the economy.
Meetings about the program are being
held today at the Marianna One-Stop cen-
ter at 1 p.m. and at 3 p.m.
In a press release about the program,
Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Chairman Raymond
Russell stated that "we think this program
is a great way for all types of employers to
increase their staff without having a signif-
icant increase in costs. This program will
also help put many of our local residents
back to work while putting more money in
our local economy."
See FED, Page 5A >

Workers with the Jackson County Road and Bridge Department work on building up
the surface of Tobacco Road near Cottondale Tuesday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Police seek

man who fled

Bascom resident Reginald
Bernard Goines, 44, absconded
from the Office of Probation and
Parole Tuesday after learning that
See POLICE, Page 5A >

Two suspected

escapees were

just hiding
Two juvenile inmates from the
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys
were suspected to have escaped
Monday night around 7:20 p.m.
See HIDING, Page 5A 1

County balks at repair b

The Jackson County
Commission is contesting a
repair bill of more than $14,891
for a repair job from a local trac-
tor company.
The bill included 208 man
hours of labor and a few supplies
used in fixing a farm tractor that
the county uses as a bush cutter.
That's equivalent to about five
40-hour weeks of work.
The tractor stayed at the com-
pany about six months. During
that time, the tractor was taken
apart and put back together three
times. The county wonders
whether most of that work was
actually necessary.
County Road and Bridge
Superintendent Al Green present-
ed the bill from Swearingen
Equipment Company on
Tuesday, saying the amount trou-
bled him and that he wasn't will-
ing to sign off on it without com-
mission approval.
Repairs were needed because
fuses on the bush cutter blew too
frequently, Green said.
According to him, a road and
bridge employee told the compa-
ny's mechanics when they took
the tractor that it was believed the
problem was in a shuttle switch
- a part that could be reached
without taking the tractor apart.
The outside mechanics eventual-
ly did check and repair the shuttle
switch. The tractor was deemed
repaired at that point.
But before they did that, Green
said, they took the tractor apart
and put it back together three
times, to check the transmission
and other potential trouble spots
County commissioners , say
they want staff to sit down with
Swearingen and find out why the



County Road and Bridge Superintendent Al Green presented a bill
from Swearingen Equipment Company, saying the amount trou-
bled him and that he wasn't willing to sign off on it without com-
mission approval. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

shuttle switch wasn't the first
thing checked, since staff had
reportedly advised Swearingen's
mechanics of that.
Commissioners also want
employees to find out how much
it should have cost to fix the shut-
tle switch, as the county prepares
to negotiate with Swearingen.
Green said Tuesday that it is

Cement mixer overturns

One person was injured when this cement mixer overturned while turning off of Highway 90 onto
Leland Road between Cottondale and Marianna Tuesday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Jackson makes

its pitch for

solar panel plant

A German company which
manufactures solar panels
could make Jackson County its "
base of operations in North
America, eventually bringing
about 350 jobs to the area - if
the the deal goes through.
Jackson County has made
the short list of about 15 com- .
munities still being considered
from an original field of hun- V'
dreds in seven states, accord-
ing to Jackson County
Development Council
Executive Director Bill
Stanton. Bill Stanton
Jackson County and
Pensacola were the only two
from Florida left in the running as of Tuesday.
Stanton and a handful of local officials drove to Atlanta and
made a presentation Tuesday to principals of the company,
known for now only by the code name "Project MEGAN."
JCDC typically holds the names of courted businesses in con-
fidence until a deal is sealed.
Joining Stanton were Marianna City Manager Jim Dean and
Jackson County Commission Chairman Jeremy Branch, engi-
neer David Melvin, a member of the JCDC economic develop-
ment team, as well as others.
Stanton said the only location in Jackson County being con-
sidered is the old Unimac/Alliance laundry site in the Marianna
Industrial Park.
Stanton said the 287,000 square foot building is an ideal site
for the business because, in a way, the operations are similar
manufacturing operations. The skill sets for workers will also be
similar, Stanton said, with engineers, machinists, welders and
production assemblers needed by the new company, just as they
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also possible that, in going back
into the tractor for the second or
third time, the mechanics may
have damaged some of the very
things they replaced on their first
or second time in.
Green said Tuesday afternoon
that the job should have taken
See REPAIR, Page 5A >

State decreases

Jackson County

school funding
The Jackson County School
Board is facing a loss of approxi-
mately $175,000 in state funding
this year, due to an unexpected
increase of enrolled students in
Florida public schools.
As a result, the district will
have to dip into its reserves to
cover the budget shortfall.
In an article published by the
Associated Press. Wayne
Blanton. executive director of the
Florida School Boards
Association, enrollment increas-
es. Blanton said the recession is
to blame, because there's an
almost direct correlation to
enrollment declines in the state's
private schools.
According to Superintendent
Lee Miller. Jackson County was
See FUNDING, Page 5A >

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Street Address:
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Getting It

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

January 13 - Wednesday
* Covenant Hospice Volunteer Workshop,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 4440 Lafayette St., Suite
C, Marianna. The workshop for new volun-
teers is free and open to the public. Food,
drinks provided. To register, call 482-4820.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Marianna Optimist Youth Bowling
Tournament is 4-6 p.m. at Kindel Lanes in
Marianna. Call 557-3481.

January 14 - Thursday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Graceville High
School, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Center closed: Call
* Jackson Blue Spring Basin Working
Group will meet from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in
the Continuing Education Building at Chipola
College. Call 718-2761, ext. 3248 or e-mail
* The Jackson County Library Board meets
in workshop, 3 p.m. in the Board of County
Commission chambers, to continue plans for
a February fundraiser.,
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes its regular board workshop at 4 p.m.
in the board room of the JCSB offices. Call
* Late registration for the Spring Semester
at Chipola College ends today. Call 718-
* The . Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Inc., 4636 Highway 90
West, Suite K, Marianna, will convene a
Finance/Audit Committee meeting at 5:30
p.m. and a general meeting at 6 p.m. Hearing
or speech impaired persons can contact Lisa
Wells, 718-0456, ext. 101.
* The Town of Grand Ridge convenes a
Planning and Zoning Committee meeting at
5:30 p.m. in the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The
regular council meeting for January will fol-
low at 6 p.m. Call 592-4621.
* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Thursday
of the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill. Cost is
$6. Bring a canned or dry good for Chipola
Family Ministries. Call 526-4561.
* The Cottondale City Commission's inter-
nal Police Department Committee convenes

The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Jan.
12, the latest available
report: Two traffic acci-
dents, one escaped pris-
oner, one abandoned vehi-
cle, one
reckless - --
driver, one -7--'
suspicious F L A
incident, one , .z
burglary of a
vehicle, three distur-
bances, one prowler, two
burglar alarms, two tres-
passing complaints, one

found/abandoned proper-
ty report, four public
service calls, one illegal
dumping complaint and
four traffic stops.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Jan. 12, the latest available
report One accident- with
no injuries, three aban-
doned vehicles, four suspi-
cious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, three suspi-
cious persons, one escort,

a meeting at 6 p.m. The public is invited to
comment on any issues related to the city
police department.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion - Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop

January 15 - Friday
* The Jackson County Development
Council Inc. series of technical and educa-
tional workshops starts Jan. 15 with "Steps
to Starting a Small Business," presented 1-4
p.m. in the upstairs conference room of the
Nearing Court Office Building, 2840
Jefferson St., Marianna. Cgst is $20 per per-
son, due in advance. Reservations required.
Contact Toni or Roy at 526-4005.
Registration closes at 5 p.m. two days
before class meets.
* Better Breathers meets 2-3 p.m. in the
Hudnall Building Community Room, 4230
Hospital Drive, Marianna. Jackson Hospital
Emergency Department Director Eddie Duke,
RN, presents "What to Expect in the ER." No
cost to attend. Bring a friend or caregiver.
Light refreshments served. Call 718-2849.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131. *
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
.Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 16 - Saturday
* Panhandle Pioneer Settlement hosts its
annual hog butchering, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at
Wells Cabin on the Settlement grounds,
17869 N.W. Pioneer Settlement Road,
Blountstown, in Sam Atkins Park. Admission
is free. Breakfast and lunch plates available
for donation. Call 850-674-2777; e-mail
* The Alford Community Health Clinic, 1770
Carolina St., Alford, is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The free clinic is for patients without medical
insurance and meeting federal income guide-

one highway obstruction,
one burglary of a vehicle,
three physical distur-
bances, two verbal distur-
bances, two woodland
fires, one drug offense, 22
medical calls, three traffic
crashes, one burglar alarm,
three fire alarms, 11 traf-
fic stops, one larceny com-
plaint, one civil dispute,
one follow-up investiga-
tion, one juvenile com-
plaint, one assault, one
animal complaint, two
assists of motorists/pedes-
trians, two assists of other
agencies, eight public

lines. Appointments for short-term or chronic
conditions available by calling 263-7106 or
326-5783; walk-ins welcome.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* St. Joseph Masonic Lodge No. 99 of
Marianna's Annual Masonic Banquet is at 6
p.m. in the New Mount Olive Missionary
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 2870 Barnes
St., Marianna. Guest speaker: The Rev.
Obadiah White of Chipley. A $10 donation
per person is requested. Contact any. Lodge
member for information.

January 18 - Monday
* Chipola Chapter, NSDAR will meet at
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna, Dutch
treat lunch at 11 a.m.; meeting at 11:30 a.m.
The program, "Vital Prosthetics," will be pre-
sented by Dale Peterson. Contact Regent
Ellen Wright at or
* Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486
meets at noon in the United Methodist
Church of Marianna Student Center. A state
AARP representative will present the pro-
gram. Bring a covered dish to complement
fried chicken. Meetings open to all local and
national AARP members.
* The Malone Joy Club meets for a covered
dish supper at 5 p.m. Bring items for auction.
* Relay for Life of Central Jackson hosts a
Team Captains Party, 6 p.m. in the Golson
Elementary School cafeteria.
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Eli-Criglar House, 4332 Lafayette St. in
Marianna. Light supper at 6 p.m.; meeting at
6:30 p.m. with guest speaker Judge Roy
Roulhac, Detroit. Call 482-8322.
* Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County meets 6-7 p.m. at the Ag Center,
Highway 90 West (next to National Guard
Armory), Marianna. Scheduled guest speak-
ers are candidates for the District 2 House
seat: Al Lawson (D) (unconfirmed), Paul
McKain (W) and Steve Southerland (R)..
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA rbom.

service calls, two trans-
ports, three threat/harass-
ment complaints and two
reports of illegal dumping.

The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Anton Blakely, 47,
1910 Mt. Cello Road.
Marianna, knowingly
driving while license sus-
- Justin Brown, 27,

2666B Freeman Road.
Alford, misuse of 911.
- James Mathis, 51,
25749 U.S. Highway 90.
hold for court (hold for
- Tara Carver, 24, 2529
Douglas Pond Road,
Marianna, retail theft.


To report a crime, call
CrimcStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call I -~,.-404-
FWCC (3922).

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Students sit on the steps in the old capitol while a tour guide discusses the history of the building. - Contributed photo

Students Sarah Cox, Rebekah Edwards, Mason Young,
Jacob Hayes and Tabitha Edwards participate in an exer-
cise to learn more about recycling. - Contributed photo.

Annual hog butchering

Saturday at Panhandle

Pioneer Settlement


Step back in time and
experience the pioneer
ways of meat preparation
and more on Saturday, Jan.
16, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wells
Cabin on the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement grounds
of historic Blountstown.
Admission is free.
Breakfast and lunch plates
will be available fordona-
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is'located 17869
NW Pioneer Settlement
Road, Blountstown, in Sam
Atkins Park, about one mile
west of the intersection of

U.S. Highway 71 and U.S.
Highway 20. Follow U.S.
20 west out of
Blountstown. Lopk for
signs for Sam A/tkins Park.
Turn north at the Lindy's
Fried Chicken on Silas
Green Street.
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is a non-profit
organization dedicated to
the preservation of rural life
in the Florida Panhandle.
For further information
on the Settlement, call 850-
.674-2777, or e-mail

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Jed Hamilton listens as the
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The Chipola IH ome
EIducators home school
group started the new year
with a busy first week.
On Thursday, Jan. 7, the
group held its first 4-H
Eureka Science Club
Meeting of the new year at
the Jackson County
Extension Office. President
Michael Young called the
meeting to order.
The topic of this month's
meeting was "Recycling:
Remember the Three R's -
Reduce, Reuse, and
Recycle." Discussion was
held about ways to use the
three R's with many items,
including batteries, maga-
zines, paper towels, glass
bottles, plastic silverware,
plastic film canisters and
Students learned the
length of time it takes for
many items to decompose,
and that some items, such as
Styrofoam, never decom-
pose. The next meeting will
be held on Feb. 4, with the
students doing art projects
using recycled materials.
On Friday, Jan. 8, the
Chipola Home Educators
group traveled together to
Tallahassee for a scheduled
tour of the old and new capi-
tol buildings. Students and
parents were greeted by a
tour guide, who discussed
the history of the buildings,
followed by a tour of the
rooms where the House of
Representatives and the
Senate meet, and a trip to the
22nd floor, which is a great
lookout site to see many
points of interest throughout
the city of Tallahassee.
A second tour guide met
the students and talked with

them about the historic origi-
nal capitol building. Students
learned that the historic capi-
tol represents much more
than just a building, and that
within its wall almost 150
years of political history was
staged. The "core" of the
building has been standing
on its original site since
1845, while the restoration of
the historic capitol took place
from 1978 through 1982.
To learn more about about
the 4-H Eureka Science Club
and the Chipola Home
Educators home school pro-
gram, visit
For more about the historic
capitol of Florida, visit



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Angela Jackson
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Guest Opinion



For all we know, the aborted law-
enforcement raid on an entertainment
center just south of Dothan, Ala.,
involves murky Alabama politics. But
the subject of the dispute between the
state and local authorities - video
bingo machines - clearly illustrates
the hypocrisy and absurdity of govern-
ment-regulated gambling.
Country Crossing is an $87 million
bingo and country music complex off
U.S. 231, eight miles south of Dothan,
that opened in December and employs
1,300. It's seen as a major engine of
economic development for Houston
County, Ala., and touts itself as a
regional attraction.
Undoubtedly the complex's biggest
draw, though, is its 1,700 video bingo
machines. They are vital to its sur-
vival. When the Houston County
Commission approved the construc-
tion of Country Crossing in 2008, it
created a'method for it to issue up to
$70 million in bonds for construction.
Those bonds are to be paid off with
bingo revenues. Also, the sale of
annual bingo stamps on the machines
already has generated $1.8 million for
the county, which is looking to use
that money to purchase land to expand
a public library.
So you can understand the county's
and the complex's consternation when
they found out that Gov. Bob Riley's
Task Force on Illegal Gambling
planned to raid the bingo pavilion in
the wee hours of Wednesday morning
and seize the machines because they
violated state law.
The task force concluded the
machines "do not play the game com-
monly or traditionally known as bingo
and do not fully satisfy any of the six
mandatory but nonexclusive elements
of the game commonly or traditionally
known as bingo" as specified by the
state's Supreme Court. Basically, the
state argues that the Country Crossing
bingo games are more like illegal slot
The potential effects on Houston
County, damaging as they might be,
should be secondary to whether the
law is being violated. Country
Crossing claims its machines are simi-
lar to others operating lawfully in
Alabama. The state, citing conditions
set by the Supreme Court, argues that
the video bingo is unlawful because it
has flashing lights and quick play.
See, the state isn't opposed to gam-
bling, just the way people gamble.
However, once consenting adults
understand the stakes and pony up their
money, what difference does it make if
they use paper cards and ink pens, or
push a button on a video screen?
Country Crossing deserves due
process in court. If it is violating the
law, though, then the law should be
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Florida corrections officer arrested in Houston County escape

DOTHAN, Ala. - A Florida cor-
rections officer is facing charges for
helping her boyfriend escape from a
jail work detail in Houston County,
according to authorities. "She wasn't
thinking right," Houston County
Sheriff's Office Capt. Tony Gonzalez
said. Summer Coachman, 31, of
Gordon, was arrested and charged with


were by Alliance. Stanton said he
expects about half the jobs will
require education beyond high
school, and that Chipola College
would be involved with training
workers if the company comes here.
The company, he said, was first.
organized in the 1960s and has pri-
marily manufactured products in
Germany that sold in the European
market, including Russia. Stantoh
said the company anticipates the
United States will be the next big
player in the solar power market. The
company manufactures both large
and small solar panels, which absorb
sunlight and generate electricity.
Marianna City Manager Jim Dean
said he felt positive about the trip and
was thinking of all it could mean to
Marianna and Jackson County.
"Out of 21 proposals submitted by
Florida communities, only
Marianna/Jackson County and
Pensacola got an invitation, so that
speaks well of the work was done to
get us this far," Dean said. "It's a
great opportunity for the city and the
county. I feel really good about it.
Here comes another opportunity to
keep our kids from leaving us; it rep-
resents opportunities for them in
green jobs, the latest technology, and
good-paying wages."
If Marianna makes the final cut, the
plant will take some time to get run-
"We're talking about a period of
just a few years before they'd have
350 jobs out there, and make this the
diamond of our industrial park.
We've got all those people displaced
by the Alliance Laundry closing, and
so we've got a ready workforce to
move into jobs.immediately, as well
as this being an opportunity for
young people coming up," the city
manager said.
Jackson County Commissioner

permitting or facilitating an escape.
Gonzalez said Coachman picked up
Blake Ionesco Ginn, 34, of Gordon,
from the Houston County Farm Center
on Monday. Ginn had called
Coachman to pick him up after walk-
hig away from a work detail at the farm
center. Gonzalez said Coachman and
Ginn were romantically involved.
Coachman works as a corrections offi-
cer in Florida.
� After Ginn's absence was noted,

Chairman Jeremy Branch said he was
also feeling good about the visit.
"I think the trip went really well,"
he said. "It was exciting to learn
about this company and that we have
the potential to possibly bring some.
skilled jobs here to Marianna. It's
exciting to have had the opportunity
to go there and try to help make that
happen," Branch said. "We're unique-
ly suited to bring those jobs here; we
have an available, ideal facility and
workforce here in Jackson County."
Branch said the county stands
ready to help the company apply for
grants or other assistance from state
and federal sources.
"The county is absolutely prepared
to pursue economic development
grants to entice the company to come
here," he said. "It speaks well of
JCDC, the city and the county that we
were one of only two in the state and
one of just 15 in the entire country to
get this far. I think the company saw
our level of commitment and I think
that's part of why we've made the cut
so far," Branch said.
The county commissioner also felt
good about how the county's presen-
tation was received.
"I think the interest in us was even
higher when we were done," he said.
"We explained that we have a ready
workfoce in the displaced Alliance
workers, we pointed out that we're
the crossroads of the south with 1-10,
U.S. 231, and rail access all right
here, and I feel confident of making it
to the next round."
Although Stanton made the main
presentation, David Melvin also
spoke and said he used some of those
points to -drive home the idea that
Jackson County is uniquely suited for
the company.
"It was an exciting time, and hope-.
fully we've got a good opportunity
here," Melvin said. "I talked about


he was possibly going to be found in
violation of his probation status.
According to a press release from
the Marianna Police Department,
Goines was attending his scheduled
probation visit with his probation
officer, Charles Hollister after being
dropped off at the office by another
person. Once Goines learned of his
potential violation of probation, he
fled the building, heading north on
Green Street.

Marianna police suspect Goines
got into a vehicle and fled from the
area, after leaving the probation
Goines is presently on probation
for a number of violent offenses,
including a charge of attempted first
degree murder in the commission of a
felony. He is considered to be armed
and dangerous.
Goines is 6 feet tall and weighs
approximately 200 pounds. He was


But a search revealed the two
were hiding inside the facility.
Nearly four and a half hours later,
at around 11:43 p.m., the 17-year-
old boys were found by canine
units, hiding inside a fenced mainte-
nance area on the institution's
grounds. Dozier officials said it
appears the boys had no apparent
intent to actually leave the grounds,

and that the incident was merely an
attempt to cause a ruckus.
Officers with the Marianna Police
Department, units from the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office and Florida
Highway Patrol all responded to the
call and assisted in the search and
tightening of the perimeter.
Canine tracking units also arrived
from both the Jackson County and


not one of the counties seeing an
increase in enrollment. Miller stated
in a phone interview Tuesday that the
enrollment increases were more than
likely in south Florida.
However, according to Miller,
Jackson County was affected because
of the state funding formula.
Miller explained that while the
school board's projected enrollment

numbers for Jackson County were on
target, the state's funding is. being
spread out to accommodate the hefty
increase in enrollment throughout the
rest of the state.
Meaning that counties not facing
enrollment increases are facing fund-
ing decreases.
"The loss is more than likely coin-
ing out of our reserves," Miller said.

Houston County Sheriff's Office
deputies initiated a search. Ginn was
found with Coachman in Gordon.
Ginn had been serving a 10-month
sentence for driving while license
revoked and carrying a pistol without a
permit. He now faces a felony charge
of third-degree escape.
Coachman was charged with permit-
ting or facilitating an escape and has
since bonded out of the Houston
County Jail on $300 bond.

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the old Alliance building and how
well suited it is for what they're look-
ing for, and the fact that we've still
got the perfect workforce for them,
the former Alliance people with the
same type of skills sets they need. I
think we were well-received."
Joining Stanton, Dean, Melvin and
Branch on the trip were Andrea
Moore from Enterprise Florida,
Roger Miller of Florida's Great
Northwest, and Cliff Krut of Gulf
Power, which generates power sold to
Florida Public Utilities for distribu-
tion throughout Marianna.
All 15 communities still in the mix
as of Tuesday were being interviewed
over the course of three days, with the
last batch coming to the table today.
The next step in the selection
process, Stanton said, was for the
company to cull the list down
between two and five finalists. Those
communities and their proposals will
be looked at in greater detail. Stanton
said he expects some word of Jackson
County's status in the next week or
The company plans to invest some
$32 million to equip its facility, wher-
ever it lands, he said.
He said company representatives
seemed very impressed by the fact
that Green Circle BioEnergy, another
green industry, is located here.
Stanton said he's been looking at
and talking with solar companies for
about five years and that this is the
first time Jackson County's gotten
this far. He said Tuesday's visit was
another step in the right direction.
"I think that our city and county
leaders making the trip meant a lot to
this company, and said a lot to them,
about our level of interest and com-
mitment," he said. "It can only
strengthen our position that much
more and I'm pretty optimistic about
our chances."

Continued From Page 1A

last seen wearing white tennis shoes,
blue denim pants and a black, zip-up
hooded sweatshirt.
Residents who have information as
to Reginald Goines' whereabouts are
being asked to notify the Marianna
Police Department at 850-526-3125,
or Jackson County Crimestoppers at
Any person providing information
leading to Reginald Goines' arrest
may be eligible for a cash reward.

Continued From Page 1A

Apalachee Correctional institutes to
run tracks on the suspected
Dozier officials said Tuesday that
as a disciplinary action, the two
boys have now been moved from
Dozier to the adjacent maximum
high-risk facility, the Jackson
Juvenile Offender Correctional

Continued From Page 1A

"This won't have any major shake up
for us or the students."
Miller also explained that in addi-
tional efforts to save money, if any
personnel retire or resign this school
year, their positions will more than
likely not be filled.
"Of course, it would have been nice
to have that money, but it shouldn't
hurt us," Miller said.

Fed Continued From Page 1A

According to the release, hold income of less than
pay available for the jobs $3,675 in the last 30 days,
range from $7.25 to $19.23 or a family of two with a
an hour. household income of less
In one example provided than $2,429. If one of the
in the release, an employer adults in the household has
hiring a qualified person at been unemployed for
$10 an hour could receive a longer than 30 days, they
net reimbursement of $9.50 stand a very good chance of
for each hour worked by qualifying for this program,
the individual, according to the release.
Those qualifying for The workforce board
work under the program stands ready to help poten-
must meet certain standard- tial employees find out
of-living levels and other more about the program
benchmarks. and determine if they quali-
The program requires fy. Call 718-0456 to find
that the person hired be car- out more.
ing for a minor in their Employers can also call
household, and also be liv- the number and ask for
ing at or below a certain Kenny Griffin, at exten-
low income level. sion 114, or reach e-
An example of a qualify- mail at
ing household would be a
family of four with a house- m.

Repair Continued From Page 1A

about 25 hours if the shuttle
switch had been checked
and repaired first, if that
was indeed the sole prob-
lem. In that case, he said,
he thinks a more appropri-

ate bill might be in the
neighborhood of $2,500.
Swearingen, contacted
by the Floridan Tuesday,
said he had no immediate
comment on the issue.


Funeral Home
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Louise Phillips Jones
died Jan. 6, 2010, after a
prolonged illness at St.
Dominic Hospital in Jack-
son, Miss.
She was born April 22,
1934, in Princeville, Ill. to
Edgar and Zella Hargadine.
Louise graduated from
Toulon High School and
attended Normal .Universi-
She was married on Nov.
25, 1952 to Lloyd R. Phil-
lips. Together they had two
children, Gary Phillips of
Gulf Breeze, and Gayle
Phillips Fontenot of
Hollandale, Miss. In 1966,
she and her family moved
to Mariana, where they en-
gaged in farming.
Louise was employed by
Jackson Hospital for many
years and was later ap-
pointed by then-Gov. Bob
Graham to the hospital's
board of directors, where
she served on several com-
In 1967, Louise became
active in Girl Scouts USA,
where she was later em-
ployed and acted as district
field representative for the
Apalachee Bend Council.
While employed with the
Girl Scouts, she helped es-
tablish and was the direc-
tor of "A Camp for All
She was widowed in 1975
and was later employed by
Dr. Robert Hoff. She acted
as office manager and sub-
sequently, Louise worked
many years in the medical
Louise was also very ac-
tive in local politics and the
Republican party. For
many years, she served as
the bailiff in her voting pre-
cinct. In the mid 1980s,
Louise was elected to and
served on the Marianna
City Commission.
She was married to Ri-
chard E. Jones in Decem-
ber 1985. He preceded her
in death in 1995. By 1999,
Louise retired and moved
to Hollandale, to be closer

to her daughter's family.
Throughout her life,
Louise was extremely ac-
tive in her Christian com-
munity. She was a longtime
Sunday school teacher for
the young married couples
of the First United Method-
ist Church of Marianna.
She continued to be active,
even after her move to Mis-
sissippi, and was a part of
Mississippi Delta Aglow.
Louise was preceded in
death by her husband of 28
years, Lloyd R. Phillips; her
husband of 10 years, Ri-
chard "Dick" Jones; her
brother, Bill Hargadine;
and both of her parents.
She is survived by her
son, Gary Phillips and his
daughters, Rachel and Jor-
dan Phillips. Surviving also
is her daughter, Gayle Phil-
lips Fontenot and husband
Stephen, and her children,
Sarah, Nicole and Phillips
Louise is also survived by
her two brothers, Jim
Hargadine and wife Pat,
and John Hargadine, as
well as her sister, Elizabeth
McCord, along with 33 nie-
ces and nephews.
Visitation was 10 to 11:30
a.m. Monday, Jan. 11, at
DeBolt Funeral Home,
Toulon, Ill., with services
following. Burial was at the
Toulon Cemetery.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Arms of
Mercy, Greenville, Miss.
DeBolt-Kidd Funeral
Home, Toulon, is in charge
of arrangements.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Iduma M.

Iduma M. Riciards, 86,
of Sneads died Saturday,
Jan. 9, 2010, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
The funeral service will
be at 11 a.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 13, at the Salem Wes-
leyan Church near Sneads.
Burial will follow in the
church, cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
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4 . The Marianna High School
Bulldogs basketball team
improved to 13-2 on the season
Monday night with a solid 69-43
home win. The victory comes at
the expense of county, rival
Sneads Pirates.
Marianna took an early lead in
the first quarter, putting up 17
points while holding the Pirates
to nine points. The Dogs stepped
it up a notch offensively in the
second quarter with 23 points, to
take a 40-15 lead into the locker
room at the half.
Taking the court following the
break, Sneads posted 11 points,
but the Bulldogs countered with
14 of their own to take a 54-26
lead into the final period of play.
Josh Rogers was the lone
Pirate in double digits on the
night, with 14 points.
Marianna's Kruize Pinkens had
16 points, followed by Kendall
Leeks with 13 points and Tre
Jackson with nine.
Following the game, Coach
Travis Blanton was pleased with
his team's overall effort.
"We played pretty good. I'm
extremely proud of the effort they
gave. We struggled a little bit in
the first quarter with .what we
were trying to do offensively and
Sneads did a good job of defend-
ing us," Blanton said. "Second
quarter we picked the tempo up.
We stayed consistent for four
Marianna will travel to Chipley
Thursday evening for a match up
against district rival, the Tigers.
Sneads will have a short recov-
ery period as they were scheduled
to host Bozeman Tuesday night.
Results of that game were not
available at press time.

,Sneads 69-43 in varsity action Monday. -Mark Skinner/Foridan
Sneads 69-43 in varsity action Monday. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

Bulldog JV coach hits 50 wins
Marianna High School's Rico Williams has
been head coach of the Bulldogs junior varsi-
ty basketball team for less than three years,
but he hit the 50-game win milestone last
Friday with a solid victory over the visiting
Malone Tigers.
Williams, in ,his first two years at
Marianna, mentored his team to back-to-back
20-2 seasons before going 10-4 .midway
through this year.
Williams is no stranger to Marianna bas-
ketball's winning tradition. As a 1993 gradu- '"'
ate of Marianna High, he played four years in ' '
the shooting guard position. Returning to his
alma mater to coach was an easy decision for, v /'
Williams. , '
"I'm just so proud to be a-part of this pro- '
gram and I give God the glory for without
him putting me in this situation, it wouldn't .
have been possible," he said.
Williams credited those who have played
under him for their efforts and expressed his -'
appreciation to them. ,
"(The players) did it all, and I'm so just .
lucky to have been a part of it," he said. "They
worked hard and to be in the situation to men- :-
tor the youth is just a great experience for
Williams is married to Rebekah Williams
and is the father of three: Justin, 10, Corey, 4,
and the reigning Little Miss Marianna, Amani Rico Williams, right, Marianna High school junior varsity basketball coach, gets his team
Williams. His parents are Randy and Shirl ready for the second half of their game against Sneads Monday. -Mark
Williams of Marianna. Skinner/Floridan

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21 speed Roadmaster Beanie Babies, 1st & Exide 60 premium car Metal kitchen cabi- RCA surround system
mens bike, $100 850- 2nd edition. Bears battery, like new $40 net, white 5'x24"x12 w/5 speaks, sub
408-1183 $3/ea, babies $2/ea 850-569-2194 $30 850-272-8967 woofer & cbls $60
S850-209-3491 850-663-5805
54" BIG SCREEN TV- B-l-ckaE Futon couch, new Oreck vacuum clean-
EXCELLENT CONDI- Boots, Black Law En- brown, $125 850-263- er, hypo-alergenic, Throw rugs, never
TION.STILL INUSE forcement, Womans worwn, $125 850-263- ks great, $50 850- used, med blue, 28"x
$400 (850)482-2636 size 9 $40 OBO 850- 7059 _ 526-3426 144" & 28"x48" $20
Adult bedside potty 209-1622 HP Photosmart 8200- ORNATE Mahogany for all 850-272-8967
chair, XL $15 850-526- CHARLIE BROWN Like New w/cart- ORNATE Mahogany for aMTOM 850-272-8967
3426 COLLECTIBLES $10 & ridges.Try it out $65 claw foot coffee TOMTOM GO 720
SUP(850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 table $100., 850-209- GPS, used but wks
Adult wheelchair, re- UP(850)592-2507 (850)592-2 4872 ___ __ good, $75 850-482-
clines to laying posi- Computer desk & King, firm support, 4" PFAFF SEWING 5207
tion, mint cond. $50 secretary chair thick memory foam MACHINE- INDUSTR-Treadmill, brand
850-526-3426 w/armrest $35 for mattress topper. AL1/2HP 6.2 AMPS Treadmill, brand
AM/FM receiver & both 850-526-3426 $150 850-272-4074 500 (850)592-2507 $550 wan automatic, p$350 850-
sep. cassette player Corningware, some
$35 850-569-2194 blue pattern, $2- Kirby Vacuum- Dia Playstation 2 w/4 593-5103
Aquarium, 9 gal. $10/each piece 850- mond Ed,Gereall & 2 cont- Tri shaped computer
attchmts in2I.OBO1 lers $100 850-408- desk w/file drawer
with stand & 482-4944 $350 (850)272-7110 183 desk w/file drawer
accessories. $100 OBO Dell 2200MP Projec- 1 $100 850-482-2844
850-526-3037 tor, new, used once, K sz Sealy Posture Pocket 22 short re-
Army foot locker w/3 $450 850-482-5207 Perfect dbl pillow top volver $150 850-569- Wicker cat bed, 2 lev-
Army foot locker w/3 mattress set, $100 2194 els, new cond. $25
compartment tray, Dell Optiplex 270- 8502728967 850-526-3426
excel. cond. $35 850- Tower System RCA surround sound-
526-3426 Intel Pentium 4 Lg. bag girls Clothes 5 spk.+ sub, all wires Wild Blue Modem,
Audiovox Cruise $100 (850)363-3889 sz. 10/12 $20 850- included $60 works like new, $150
Control- still in box, Executive Office 594-7802 (850)663-5805 850-272-4680
fits most cars $75 Chair, excellent cond. Metal kitchen cabi- RCA surround sound- Womens LG
850-569-2194 $65 850-482-4944 net, white, 36"x15" 5 spk.+sub. incl all Shearling Jacket -
Electric Clothes Dry- XL dog house $40 x19" $15 850-272- cbls. Works great! Sharp $25
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for Sale I for Sale J for Sale
for Sale for.Sle ) I forSale . Harley Davidson '08 lep S Cherokee, Chrysler '95 Voyager, . .. -- BIdsmsta'drs
Fisher '07 1710 60 hp Lincoln Town Car '91 Low Rider, less than , .. .. ondtion. V6, auto, seats 8, Bdss c OF
- lic-' ,cury4kstr, fully V8 motor, mint cond., 3K mi. black, warran- . ,. power, am/mcass. ur
, ,'i' Le'd - ., garage kept. burgundy, 39390 ty, perfect cond. 0',.ptT. u.ny. Me * nw tires, NOW _ '-, . an t e fee structure
19..ciew tI0$1075 OW and the fee structure
_F i..perfect e c xta .Al $135M00 uran $9 OBO 850 592-0approonate for deliv-
- - j than Shrs. Warr. New tires, nice int., many xrs. $3 ,0 eiry o al s e i
needs back shocks. 562790. . ,new tires, 2832_y all services in
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-. ? . 7_ 143 _nnn 7?34.P_7 5482. Harley Davidson '96 Yamaha '05 Vmx in. z',55K mi. Dodge '05 Caravan, , ,1 , Ford ,8 FI r Work segments, as
.i L Ford ,:,.,....,,, ,.:, Mazda'06 RXS. Fatboy, red & white, anniv. edition in $13,900. OBO 334- dual air, DVD, pwr V6 Vortex, a/t, a/c. side, REDUCED, follows:
' , L .. ,.i. ,i. r :. .:':, ., 13K miles, great flame red, excel. 673-0823 windows & locks, 160K mi., $3500. obo MUST SELL, runs
,,,, . ,i,., ,. , " ( ,r ,,i.- i16,500 shape, $8,500. cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc good ondtion. (D) 334-798-1768 great 18K mi. black, A The TDC plans to
_ i r_ . ,, *,,-, .,, 1" :_.,,__ I. 334-899-1212- & incl. sissy bar, . $5,500 334-792-5333 (N)691-2987 MSTA $5,500 obo purchase 19 weeks of
Mazda' , .: - .: .n, . ,, cover &trickle . Ford *1i i.W;,, fr .'-,,, 34 F.71 .77" advertising for a
Fo. r:.I .d.,, "- .Mar da...I, ,.-w,, ," F'o-ri ..r $6,200. 334 'Fo-" . 0' . .Dod e " .- ,,-r - "3 .. . .budget not to exceed
20i 1x Ford.::.: * ,.i ..1....j....-. , 5854 or email - . . ' FORD : 7 i" 3',, $10,000.00 (radio, tv,
leather, loaded,sun- xc.con. $,5ue 34- $16..334-,3-2142 ' V comcast.rnet . ...r, .., -I 1 print, on-line) to pro-
roof, $23,500. 334- 796-4342 Mercedes '04 Benz. ,,, ,,, rur,. . mote Washington
685-1070Ford 08Fous SE Red E320, sports pack UYy M E! Nissan '07 Pathfinder .- m o t aing
: . - i. r,.o.r a ,,,i Harley Sportster 06 - M SE, Black, Auto. 43K event promotional
-,I tF i 1 0Rn $ ,,h ae.crcoa/bac _HaySos er_0FORDeventpromotional
7 .. 4,''9, Orange 1200R, Vance YAMAHA '06 mi. leather int., 3rd ..r .r:. activities.
S& H lines Short Shots, Roadstar 1700cc, row seat, Like new , . ,. j * . Dates plannedare:
_'. .U ' Met-des *c u:L-., braided lines, 8,900 Black, Motorcycle. $17000.334-8970582 , ,,, * .... .. k ,,, Feb 1 - March 5
l;tir,.-r -H.1 rc, - mi $7,995.794-8037 5000 miles. Vance $17,000.334 897582 J4.; .44 5Weeks
. , ,:,1 ,I , *. HD 97, Fatboy, Pew- Hines Exhaust Sys- Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k Apr l9-May31
"emiles, loaded, white. F, r, ' F I,'. Nr 6 Weeks
..1A ,:,: l: .. . |c:- I_. ter& Black, lowered, tern. 4 helmets andi $17,000 334-790-6700 FORD ,:1 AC P p,.,l July12- 19
, :,. LI.: Nssan - ,,. - garage kept .12k mi, gel cushion. One :,- -,, .- ; ,, ..dI nr S . rt. 4 1 Week
S . .1 . Must see. $11k OBO owner, garage kept. ,,.. , 1 . 4 .... August 9-September
1919 West Main St., 5 seed, 32k C'dale 850 352-4342 L o ne, guo ~d. $11,u0u 5 ,,,w7', ,0gs 9_ 3.4 30
'(334) 699-5880 like new,REDUCED Like new. $8000. "--- _.I Id. $11,u1u 1_0_1____________3
FORD '08 Focus SES $11,900 850-482-2994 It- .. I 3' I " rahoe LT Top Of Line obo. 334-308-1112 Dodge '98 Ram 1500.We

BXc D A AmTr Yamh 7 OcK resM8 nah $Hi 57 ow , G, t
P-.r, L i.,. r... NISSAN '07 Altima 07 0 Leather, Sunroof, Ford '98 Windstar, Intb.r Da5l A-60
,, T 2.5S, white, 34K miles -5662 Bose Stereo $475 down, 0% Inter- to Financing. 1-800 334-677-6715 B T messages will

- Honda 03'VTX 1800 ed5K , Like new ' n Sonoma 03 GMC to measureph- the diveffec-
Like'new,,sacrifice 4 New BFG Tires, est. Daylight Auto Fi- 470-0650 9am/9pm eml,- eet thedi-
*-,El L,, ,:,du, for pay off. $13 . Cl- Brakes, Rear nancing 1- 800-470.3V6 tiv eness, of the mar-
h , n , ,03341 '7 9 4 -4 7 3 10 1 n a n c e K e p t $ 1 1 K $ 1 1, 6 0 0lEt ic k i g st r t e g y e a r

ar t a ^r \ Nasj 4 . I 334-308i1395 YAMAHA 'O V V-star i, A a- 06.5 9a,,m/ rpm ,, D G RA ''T.04, 1.0 pmurg.,-l activi-
WhiteNa Etc Extra Ford 93 T aurus, runs . p 334-797-2459 GMC 98 Savannah Hi 5.7 Hemi, silver,2wd, Call medith us on up-
Nice $13900 West od needsAC: Scooter - good cond. 76,000 miles, 4 cyl, xtras comingevents, as
1919 West Main St UNDER WARRANTY, Scoote ma oon Yamaha07 VStar op van leather, Exce running chase discounts con-

334 -�99-5880 For-d93Taru's r'ns c334r648-5817 Honda - 05 or o load 21-24ot boat trl, new h w $ 334-790-7959 sIderen thei nualproese
$10,99 WEST MAIN LIKE NEW! $200 dwn 4 oke 249cc 70 1300 Tour, fuel inject- Son p ower, Q-bed, 2 TV's1ll- 6r , x4320 condition. Restored, su s e

Buick *05 Lacrosse Ford *99 Taurus, 4 down $249 per month Hida 0.6' Rebel Solid *o !.0 m "� t .40r 13,%0 3434-f 823412 Condition! F. Using historic data,
S1 ea miles. Great shape 334.714-0028 sade bags 2600 mi. Bushhog ed cover& helmet very clean, aga FORD 02 F-250, quad cBO. the geogams raphic effec

,l6nyl, er Iot $3,200 334-685-0560 $3000. OBO 334-886- Chevy 1. TfrnT:,, .: , :3.- ^" r ' ' k\ . cab, Lariat, leather 323-892-0861 tiveness of media
SPontiac' 0-5662 ready $4,395. 334- Ford '00 Ranger, 101K 334-714-1110 49,100 mi, leather, 10500334-677-6715 used and develo p
$9300.334-699-1925 $375 down, 0% inter- new tires, ower, 347n4283 or 334-447- Diesil n ew tires C Develop processes
-est. Daylight Auto F- H '06ed, 5K., v ery nice. 18,995 2572- , 128K, $13,800 LegalAdto measure the g effec-
.'n l -0-470- on A l Red' 8 White 850-579n -4n694 CAG Trailer w 2 3r.4 300O685 Extended Cab 4.3V6 tivenessd of the mar-
Buick - L- or chrome489 Ford 0 0 Explorer cond. $12,100. obo 2008 F50 .. Engine Automatic keting strategy and
FordLimited 60K $9,995 Toyota . 04 Camry i - 2n 4WD, auto, loaded, 2 cultivator sold sep. artx ,r nd. ADVERTISMENT ,rs company the BID, asr

iWest Main Car Sales r-, 88K, 1-owner, blue 9 0cso 2400- 46 black, excellent 334-701-1836 1,17 Mi . $3-000 FOR. BIDS wel.-- as a . ist of
i" I , , * 6 n i,,l , - . -.9 , - . . .. . ' ., , , , . . - ' ".- O l d s 9 , ;. r . , ,. ...,,,r -.1. r , r c :I' L OK I e .. a s p r o o f o f a d s
LLC 1919 West Main , $7,500., 334-803-3001 condition, new tires, n fiel 2nd rowca. chairs D r WASHINGTON c ustomers/clients

S-34) o699-5880 * Toyotai 05 Matrix saddled red.Re- 4-4 500 firm ead 6,sle Good cond. $13,900 Da454 adIS ann assist
BMW CADILLAC 06 DTS GREAToeGASMILEAGEope ducedto,5700.334- $1000.334-347-4283 uo ge DEVELOPMENT ces receive
WhiteNav Etc Extra Ford '93 Taurus runs e.69-333 i.or 1 ord r .p.r or$3225. 334-790-79597 334-393-8824 Ford '01 Ranger Edge CllSme th would beatom-
Nice $13,900 West good, needs AC, : ,. ,,:. .:. ,,, 1 . , Scooter - good cond. ex $2 237 -776,000 miles, 4 cyl arrangements to
919 West Main St. r,GM 72 Chevelle d $ 50. UST SEE! Automobile Excellent $5895 chase discounts con-
334-699-5880 Ford 93 Taurus, runs 334-648-5817 Honda-0t uttyVe s2124f 334-790-7959 sidering the annual
BMW '95 5301, fully $2200. 334-475-1723 One owner Cadillac VTX1300R/Beauti-es $500. OBO Wanted: Corvair for Ford '02 F150 XLT, TDC sponsored
loaded, 96K miles 94 Deville Exc. Cond. ful Candy Black Cher- 26-3- d o parts 1965- 69will ed 4WDThe tonor
ham Fleetwood. op top Needs work. Volkswagen-06 ry, over $2000 in G ac- l off. 334-678-6990 . g material, pro- events i

cond., efulletonFy restored Great proj carg$3,200 te, auto, diesel, 42K Cro- r . .CHVRL - 08 auction of radio and Board42H of Po5
edition $ 6,000 OBO334-693- 334-774-282500. miles, 40MPG, load- cessories.8kmiles, . Super Cew Cab Toyota09 Tundra, E. Arrange for mate-
334-703-37840 Pontiac '08 G6 GT asking $5700 - - rTricks-Heavy Dutyl ood tires, tool box, $16,500, clear title, rials production as
3980, $16,000.334-897- Kawasaki TmNew l T L 36K Excellention of media necessary;
Buick '05 Lacrosse Ford '99 Taurus, 4 down $249 per month Honda 06' Rebel Solid I .I .or13344942823Condition' F.Using3historic4da9a-1212
CXL, 1 owner, clean door, all power, 118k Call Ron Ellis we winshield& " or334-494-2823ndewayne4 .Ie.n advise thetriCcat
car; 6 cyl, leather miles.03 Great shape 334-714-0028 sade bags 2600 mi.- used once, 7000 miles, 4 door FORD '0 F-250, quad cement/buy ar- waivthe geformalities in
CHEVROLET08 black, leather Pontiac'98 Grand Am 3326 334-714-1110 49,100 m, leather, $10,500 2 axes pd automanuO.334-a trans- Lats, power, 7.3 used and develpt
Corvette convertible, roof, veryest. Daylight Auto F- HONDA 06 Shadow, ver bunice.t seats18,995 2572 128K, $13,800 mze bulk ds about the geo or
Black, loaded, exc. dancingg 1-800470- andy AppleRed, 2.8 p r Whi gate, 3rd 850-569-2262 condition, black exte850ed579-4694 ower all bid s on theri wole
FORD- b1 ' 0650 9am/9pm miles, LIKE NEW, 'white_850-579-4694 CARGO Trailer 6x6 200 _I_334-899"0099a tion of advertising
cond., garage kept r Reduced: LEUS 229-334-8520, Chevy Trailblazer 08' closed-in single axle 5.3L, AT, 5th snrwhl Sara al Bs doll ars; withjust
. d;* e334-355-1202 black, LS 31K mi. A/C $1000., 334-333-1103 New 8 ply tiresL to

$55,000.334-692-5624 Honda'06 Civic,Gray good $350 34a7 mSdi$,0 raged/ Tractor: John9Deere- 4WD,$37,000 $18,500.334-791-5282 1PTDC MEDA D- cause, and to accept
4dr, a/c5sp, powe., - '92 Runs great!p & Rear air Exc. 3 Cond. FORDTW 15 Tractor Greatcond. 134k m A cRECT the y of the pr

Chevrolet'08 Malibu 69e500 mi., Good Looks good! $3,500, Mo M or.: - $15,000. 334 ..7-791-9115603 air, clean. $13500 - e judgment will be in
LT, Maroon with gray mileage & co79 28ndition. Jack 239-464-0985 red/lkflames $4400.. w/cab hp exc. 701-0320. $9900 L te st interests of
interior cylinder $11500 3342434166 VLVO 76-1434/677-5489 Ford 00 Explorer 06cond. $12,100. obo 2008 F-250 Forded, agreement muston aCounty
m 60K $9,995 Toyota '04 Cary Kawaa '08 Vulcan 4WD, auto, loaded, 2 cultivator sold sep. Lariat Exc. Cond. ADVERTISMENT company the BID, as i
West Main Car Sales 88K, -owner, blueT a50Rblack, excellent 334-701-1836 13,176 Mi. $36,000 FOR BIDS a ties
LLC 1919 West Main $7,500., 334-803-3001 900 custom, 2400 condition, new tires, L1s .9t'60 fied.T uciflyod FORSDl c o as list

St1,. 334) 9-0 o 0 4- 334699588 $39 -6 windshield, 11 ,00wt-ir CHEVY . ut Ford 06 F350,Diesel, tN Co ut
685-6233VERToyota '05 Matrix saddlebags, red NICE Re-CAReady, shelter kept. 80-569-2840 at, Loaded, 4x4, 5.4 COUNTY TOURIST who can attest to the
CADILLAC '06 DTS GREAT GAS MILEAGE, duced to $5700. 334- 618-4468 $1000. 334-347-4283 V-8, Tow Package, DEVELOPMENT effectiveness of the
Exc. cond. leather onda 07 Civic FULLY LOADED, LOW 692-333 4 Fod , .i..r w/bed cr or 334-447-2572 Chevrover, 144K ately afte r the b id ces received
seats, 4dr, beige int. PAYMENT! $500 . Jeep r ,:r Ver nice 112k m Silverado WT, ex- $22kwr , 253-722-7626 I Othatwoul abecomnu-
doot ion. Liker mNewnCONS UL TANT pa ral tothe abo
fully loaded. $12,900. GM '72 Chevelle "do $er mn SI a.- ,.icCNUT ASR L e. 2n ed: w/ sr Scope of Work.e
334-701-1836 Super sports front Call 334-791-8243 Askdo e e nwamr,,,rd, I a lo40' 7. 0 ,,. 9.J-c.5 5dcf. 00 Media services , pro-e T DC, as a subDe vor
Cadillac '94 BrouLT te clip Red, 2-dr. hard forSteve Hatcherw 0o- ,, p bmp m34.;. 52 ' duion of a e romo- n
ham Fleetwood. Toma p top Needs work. olkswagen '06 Bee- actual bed V-8 auto new trans. swb, tool b tion January 25, Administration Build-
cond., fully restored Great proj car$3,200 tie, auto, diesel, 42K gr ,,.-.r ...-.,1.$42 ".0 CHEVROLET - '08 duction oft r ias Board a of Counth
$5,200. OBO 334- 693- 334-774-2825. miles, 40MPG, load- 061) 60 i.,.",1.. 9.-I -24,J' LurrijX LTZ ____T___ofradi ductidnaofdrcioalsCnd
3980 ed.$16,000.334-897- Kawasaki s ,9' ,:i Z 4 a--klo r T oe, New N ,9 e.6l t T i, l _i, L ..3 , ,'71[ 36K goliation of m ed ia ser ves the rio ht tr o
transmission, Like Accord 347-0414 United Mo tor n Scootergy LOW MILES - 37,300 mi.used once, 7000 miles, 4 door, FORcond. tinted windows, 2010, or a subs waive ing, 286formalites in
CHNew condition, silver lna tr FiT - '08.80mpg, power1000 mi's $17,999 OBO cond $7,800 Yukon LT, 2 xe pd automanual trans- $2100 OBO 8angem50-482- quent schedule to mai any bid, to accept
Corvetexterior, chaonvertible, roof, very nice. commander hih rear bucket seats, 1935 asking $1600 mission, Like New 44, 5.4LT, Fully load- ngif necessary. Florid reject a ny or
Black, loaded, exc. $9,500. 334-726-1215 C .,r h , ei rt gate, 3rd 850-569-2262 condition, black exte- ed, leather seats, mize bulk purchasingaldsono
cond., garagekept Honda '06 Civic, Gray -- " r s, $I. . At. ,r,,ie, 12K r or, black interior sunroof, 4dr, 7p2K ower.b
$55,000.334-692-5624 Honda0Cv-4.b.l? mi. ,raged/ Tractor: John Deere- 4WD, $37,000 $18,500. 334-791-5282 Separate sealed BIDS or in part with just

33vy7-91". 2 e | o 2Se pa t sae BIDS
Chp ei:Trrer hn D - for TDC MEDIA Doa, cause, andto accept t
$55,r00 3o34-6 4od rM , 5 Sa6,9powg. 8 9perE,:t7334-692-4124 4240-110hp, cab& (334)726-1209 - RECT BUY will be re- the bid that in their
Chevrolet'08 Malibu 69,500 ml., Good Wr as Mngler Mot\ S,,--i.r or 33..; 7-7603 air, clean. ar el $13,500 ' ' edbth W
LT, Maroon with gray mileage & condition.05, t u.798-0332/677- Chevy 04' Silverado by the Wash- judgment will be in

peeSahri, new tireL. g oose nec hitcht , Bv dp es .,
interior, 4 cylinder, $11,500. 334-243-41 EA VOLVOeA 04 S40Is 1I Bss Services 8 -Hummer71'068 H3,41k 5\ wt 48 F7ngt,,r, Con Toret
XM radio, CD, onstar, Honda '07 Civic EX, $6,500 WEST MAIN Red Kawasaki 09' miles, moon roof, 87K mi. Exc. cond. ri Development Washington County

sunroof, 13,250 miles. 33,200 mi, navigation CAR SALES LLC Nina Like New 25 leather seats, satilite BOSE radio system ur at the Was- and within the budg-
$su .13,50 m 3 m 9 n a C S P EST L N n L j ket,500 i radio, blue exterior. Vans $16,500.334-618-0017 irgt.:.n County Ad- et capabilities of the

$16,500o. 334-797-0987 - sunroof, 35mpg, au- 1919 WEST MA7INST w/2acket 3,500. ml. m[nistrative Office, TDC.
tomatic,$13,900 334 334-699-5880 $3,995. 334-692-3211 495 OBO.798-9695
685-6233 VERY NICE CAR. ve M - -.2 eCHEVY '6u. N:u-tom Ford '06 F350,Diesel, ATTENTION: County

ChEATGASMpLAEN -623308a -5,$0o0` " Ec. 4WD, clean, 50k m, Manager, at 1331 d in
HoEnd '07 CivcEX '007 N0e. Bmetl ai- * m r ru [n aggeui,.ts l gt .,,:d gooseneck hitcha South Blvd., Chipley, r e EiM m
Honda'07 Civic E rXp VW Wn ai C arl0 . r -,.- , .me Hk. $25k, 850-569-2h262 FL 32428 until 3:00
CHEeYcoupe, 5sp, Go.dwin, 0u*Dri Ro, ,a u s.. .. .... 8or"07415312
39K miles, $13,200 or Iar4r, er. 50 DI ' 5--2915 C $2,50, '. '. . Ford07 F XLT p.m. (CDT), JANUARY
OBO. 334-308-1112 :i. r n. m . . Chevy I El e ,r,. percrew, 4X4 5.4L, 22, 2010. The bids will
Hondae1ll mr 4- ,7Cv799 - ' orrv J le L o i e'n ,, H r.i,,,,m poem, flex fuel, dark blue be opened immedi- LF14784
H onda '07 C civic EX i ,B_-,, : - -' \.214.11 J gl -r W. , 8 0 -w e r lately aft er the bid
silver, coupe, 5sp, . pVerynice, 112kmi. m, pwr, C,$1400 submission closing, On Wednesday, Janu-
39K miles, $13,20mbeVW /'06bac�k ae, uad-uL2.o I Gcove , 1 4EalyaferaR athe da
Sm 3 200 or ed, blue/black, GPS, Triumph (Dton- 4 L 6cy _SD Leather, tlow pckg. CHEVY '87 deu 3 -n luax 10 334-714-69bay 20, 2010, at10:00
CHEVROLET '09 sattalite radio, new Type) 955 Fi/ST Sport alloy Loaded. � ton Red w/bi Tk stri committee of the a.m. there will be a
MalibuLT, remote ' tires, like new inside Bke, carbonexh.,nw a/m/d/m3 701-0320. $k $2000.334-714-9558 Ford '90 F150 Truck, TDC, and presented Tourist Developme t l
st mi le s t. oi tiresbrakes,334 wh opar pr 5.0 motor, rebuilt, for award at the next Council meeting
start, 9,200 miles, & out. 119K, moving 693-9390 or 701-5588 grlrd.Exc. on. Chevy 03'Astro van Chevy 91' 1500 Short runs great, speed scheduled TDC meet- the Jackson Coun
4 door, automatic overseas. $12,000. 1 ownr -3 rd car. Ltpack. 61K actual bed V-8 auto new trans. swb, tool box, g on January 25, Administration Buhl
transmission, Like 334-347-0414 United Motor Scooter LOW MILES- 37,300 ml. rear air, very nice paint good coned tinted windows, 2010, or a subse- leg, 2864 Madiso
New condition, silver Honda '0q Ft ,pr '08.80mpg, 1000 mi.'s $17,999. o coned. $7,800. OBO $2,500. OBO 334-798- $2100 OBO 850-482- quent scheduled Street, Mariann,
exterior, charcoal in- loaded low miles. Classics&A 3000. mfw 445-6302 334-803-6882 347-5560 after 6pm 1768 6066/272-2499 meeting if necessary. Florida,
AM/FM, bucket seatsir 3i r ,,wil49 -i58 "69 Chevelle Malibu
CD, cruise, driver $1..0,7A1H _-4.6 .1,caI CrFRr.-rlr irmsIE6C.u -ai"t
airbag, passenger " ",. PB. Pu. R,:-d 1l18:.
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334-596-0490 parts car 1958 Mer p
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edition, adult ladc Ca I ,
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leather, new tires weel er, ds ,ofi. pk.
92K, V-6, 30 mpg JAGUAR'9-ciS t Model A 1929, 2 dr, Self Storage ldozing S ices Offered ces Offered SelfStorage eres Offered Ses fred
hwy, pristine coed. 110K $12,495 GREAT excellent driver, has
$7,650., 334-684-2006 CLASSIS. WEST MAIN matching trailer.
Chevy '03 Tahoe CAR SALES LLC $15,000. 850-482-6632 6IMarianna
3rd Seat, good cond., 334-699-5880. 850-596-8475 ViI pi
$11,000. 00 334 685 JEEP '06 Wrangler, i i7I Self Storage
3921hor334-795C84l dotop,4 i,2 Ms,et I will sit with Climate Controlled O-ed & Operated By: Grass Cutting
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GREAT GAS MILEAGE, 685-0846 new in 2005, $2000;? - - - -', Excavator 'llgmn2'nillcc Certified. Will do .Key Pad Enti), RafaonGuaanablea dHEdging
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334-774-1915 Series 103K mi. ed, great price Christmas Trees, Decks/Porches
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speed, fuel injected, w. lumbar leather Harley.Davidson.'08 - * I xMtsv Ra'a IU& 1,F C l oi&aParties. References Available
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