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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2015
A PATRIOTIC SEND-OFF FOR NATIONAL GUARD
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Czymbor
termination
to cost city
$81,000
BY ASIA AIKINS
Palatka Daily News
Photos by CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
Putnam County Fire Chief Mike Patterson salutes members of Palatka’s A Battery 1-265 National Guard unit as they head to a
deployment ceremony Friday at Palatka’s Riverfront Park. More photos, Page 10A.
Speakers praise troops’
bravery and dedication
BY ASIA AIKINS
Palatka Daily News
A patriotic crowd of hundreds of people gathered
Friday at Palatka’s riverfront amphitheater to send off
a Florida National Guard unit as they prepare to serve
in Afghanistan.
More than 37 soldiers were escorted by law enforcement agencies as they crossed Memorial Bridge, fire
trucks signaling the joyous arrival with flashing lights.
The crowd cheered for A Battery 1-265.
“It’s refreshing to see how Putnam County has come Palatka Police Officer Mylinh Reeves hugs her son, Kevin Guilbault,
a member of Palatka’s A Battery 1-265 National Guard Unit, during
See SEND-OFF, Page 5A
a deployment ceremony at Palatka’s Riverfront Park on Friday.
Former Palatka City Manager Michael Czymbor
issued a statement Friday regarding his termination
during Thursday’s Palatka City Commission meeting.
“The staff, present and previous elected officials have
much to be proud about and the accomplishments to
improve the quality of life in the community over the past two-and-a-half
years,” he said. “I will truly miss the
dedicated city staff as they work tirelessly to provide quality public services on a daily basis. I hope and believe
that I am leaving the city in a better
place then what I found it.”
Czymbor called the commission’s
decision surprising and unexpected,
as Mayor Terrill Hill passed the gavel Czymbor
and moved to terminate Czymbor’s
contract as an emergency item at the
end of the meeting. The commission voted unanimously
to do so, as Czymbor was an at-will employee.
“I think we need to go in a different direction,” Hill said.
“I’m not trying to say that you’ve done anything wrong.
But it’s time to change … my motion is to change our leadership and the direction in which the city is going.”
According to Palatka Finance Director Matt
Reynolds, Czymbor’s termination will cost the city
more than $81,000.
More than $61,000 of that cost would be in direct
payout, while more than $20,000 would be paid in indirect costs like insurance, retirement, Medicare and
Social Security.
See CZYMBOR, Page 5A
Palatka public works, sanitation
employees treated to luncheon
BY PETE SKIBA
Palatka Daily News
Workers at thankless, necessary and valuable jobs
received an appreciation luncheon Friday.
Billed as the first of yearly
luncheons to be held for sanitation, street and public works
employees, Grace and Truth
Deliverance Ministries presented a buffet of baked beans,
barbecued chicken, salad and
vanilla cake for work crews.
Minister Reno Fells said
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Sudoku ........................... 3B
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introductory comments by the
mayor would last only a few
minutes, as he knew “a lot of
the guys have to work today.
So they have to eat and go.
That’s what they do – work.”
After a prayer, Fells introduced Palatka Mayor Terrill
L. Hill to the crowd.
“The jobs that you do have
very few times where people
say ‘thank you,’” Hill said.
“You pay your dues and people
CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
say little to you or your guys. I Palatka sanitation employee Daniel Gibbs prepares a plate during a lunch
in honor of the city’s public works workers at the Price-Martin Community
Center on Friday.
See PALATKA, Page 5A
Scholarship helps boost woman toward her RN
BY BRANDON D. OLIVER
Palatka Daily News
The local hospital lightened
the load for one of its workers
when it awarded her with a
scholarship to assist with her
schooling.
On Friday, Crystal Clayberger,
a licensed practical nurse at
Putnam Community Medical
Center, was awarded the first of
three $1,000 Volunteer Service
Scholarships that will be distributed this year.
Clayberger is going to school to
become a registered nurse, and
she said the money came just in
time as she will be paying for
classes today.
“For most of the schooling, I
was able to do grants,” she said
online, and it’s all out-of-pocket.”
Clayberger said as expensive
as school can be, the scholarship
money was a blessing.
Because of the scholarship,
Clayberger said, she doesn’t have
to worry about having to pay for
her upcoming courses.
“I was pretty excited,” she
said. “Just that one check pays
for two classes. And I have eight
more to go after that.”
Clayberger is the first person
this year to receive one of the
service scholarships, and there
CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
will be at least two more recipients later in the year, said Sylvia
Crystal Clayberger
Hutcherson, the chairwoman of
the scholarship committee.
after receiving her prize on
In previous years, the hospital
Friday. “This semester, I’m doing
See RN, Page 5A
an LPN-RN bridge (program)
Harvey to give up
post at helm of Save
Rodman Reservoir
BY BRANDON D. OLIVER
Palatka Daily News
Amid the potential of an ethics complaint, County
Commissioner Larry Harvey will be resigning as president of Save Rodman Reservoir Inc.
When the group met Thursday, Harvey, who will
keep his position on the Board of County
Commissioners, announced his resignation.
“We had an organizational meeting last night, and
we had about 60 people (in attendance),” Harvey said
on Friday. “The board is actively looking for a president.”
Harvey’s last day as president will be March 31, so
the Save Rodman board has a month to fill Harvey’s
position.
The outgoing president said he is stepping down
because he was fairly certain that someone would file
an ethics complaint against him because he is a member of Save Rodman, its board and the county commission.
“We had gotten wind that somebody would file one
against us,” he said.
Rodman Reservoir has recently come under the spotlight because of a memo of understanding signed by
officials from the city of Jacksonville, JAX Chamber,
JaxPort and the St. Johns Riverkeeper.
The Riverkeeper agreed not to sue to block the other
groups from dredging the St. Johns River in Duval if
the Jacksonville groups could secure funding and legislation to breach the Rodman dam.
Harvey said he thought that since the group’s two previous presidents, Chip Laibl and the late Ed Taylor, were
county commissioners, the state Commission on Ethics
would not find a problem with him being president.
But that was not the case.
See HARVEY, Page 5A
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Forestry Department Donates to School Board
resisting officer; criminal mischief
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PALATKA
Donations needed for
burned-out family
State
Submitted photo
Rick Dolan, State Forestry Department manager, hands over a check for $20,582 to School Board Chairwoman Kathy
Jorgensen at recent board meeting. Set by the legislature a percentage of the money taken in by the Forestry
Department is earmarked for school districts.
Fisherman’s court win spurs call for legal reform
By Sam Hananel
Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Supreme
Court case of a fisherman hooked by a
law meant to preserve documents, not
fish, is renewing calls to curb the reach
of criminal laws that critics say are too
vague.
Groups across the political spectrum — from the liberal American
Civil Liberties Union to the conservative Heritage Foundation — have long
complained about the growing number
of vaguely drawn statutes they say
give too much leeway to zealous prosecutors.
The issue got a boost Wednesday,
when the court handed a victory to a
Florida fisherman, Captain John
Yates, finding that he’d been wrongly
prosecuted for destroying evidence
after he dumped some undersized
grouper off his boat.
The five justices who ruled in Yates’
favor said the law under which he was
convicted, a post-Enron statute banning destruction of “any record, document or tangible object” to obstruct a
federal investigation, was meant to
preserve financial records, not fish.
Even in a sharply written dissent,
Justice Elena Kagan complained
about “overcriminalization and exces-
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David Alexander Alcibar, 18,
Crescent City: two counts failure to
appear.
Columbus Cornelius Beckton, 49,
East Palatka: two counts selling
cocaine.
Leon Bentley, 54, Crescent City:
moving traffic violation.
Madu Jabulani Chinelo, 64,
Daytona Beach: trafficking cocaine.
Jessica Marie Sweat, 34, Palatka:
burglary; two counts larceny.
Feb. 26
James Wayne Carroll, 21, Ft.
McCoy: destroying evidence.
John Wyatt Hutchinson Goodwin,
20, Hawthorne: two counts failure to
appear.
Richard Alexander Hardy, 32,
Crescent City: possession of a weapon by a convicted Florida felon; possession of marijuana.
Jorge Luis Ibarra-Jimenez, 32,
Crescent City: aggravated battery.
Felton Thomas Kemp, 26, Palatka:
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Liberal groups like the ACLU have
complained for years about laws that
impose draconian prison sentences for
seemingly low-level crimes, leading to
the incarceration of millions for nonviolent offenses. The critique from
business and conservative groups has
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prison for accidentally driving his
snowmobile into a national forest during a blizzard. Unser later testified
before a congressional committee as
an advocate of overcriminalization
reform.
More recently, federal agents raided
the offices of Gibson Guitar Corp. in
2011 after seizing what they deemed
illegal ebony shipped to the guitar
maker from India. Nashville-based
Gibson agreed to pay a $300,000
penalty, but not before the company
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7-Day Local Forecast
Saturday
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Sunday
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Monday
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Precip Chance: 20%
Tuesday
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Precip Chance: 10%
Wednesday
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today is 90º set in 1962. Expect cloudy skies tonight with a 60% chance of showers,
overnight low of 58º. Northeast wind 9 to 14 mph. The record low for tonight is
28º set in 2002. Sunday, skies will be cloudy with a 30% chance of showers, high
temperature of 71º, humidity of 83%. East wind 10 to 14 mph.
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sive punishment” in the legal system.
The lower courts’ hands were tied in
the case, she said, because Congress
had passed “a bad law,” poorly drafted
and “with too-high maximum penalties, which give prosecutors too much
leverage and sentencers too much discretion.”
“I think it is a great victory for the
people who are concerned about overcriminalization,” said Paul Larkin, a
senior research fellow at the Heritage
Foundation. “You essentially had all
nine justices explicitly or implicitly say
this was a big problem.”
Larkin pointed out similarities
between the Yates case and a decision
last year in which the Supreme Court
ruled unanimously that the government could not convict a Pennsylvania
woman under an anti-terrorism law
for spreading potentially deadly chemicals on the car and mailbox of her
husband’s mistress.
There are more than 3,000 federal
criminal laws on the books, and the
National Association of Criminal
Defense Attorneys estimates there are
more than 300,000 federal regulations
that can trigger criminal sanctions.
Many of these regulatory crimes, critics say, are so-called strict liability
offenses that require no proof that a
person intended to commit a crime.
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Answer: The hole was first discovered by
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Family and friends have started a miami
benefit fund for Joey and Christine
Heath of Bardin, who recently lost Man charged in revenge
all their belongings and home in a porn case involving minor
fire. Donations can made at the
A Miami Beach man has been
First Coast Community Credit
Union at 306 S. Palm Ave. in Palatka charged in a revenge porn case that
authorities say may not have been
under the family’s name.
possible if the victim had not been
underage when many images were
Open house, running
taken.
of trains on Sunday
Miami-Dade State Attorney
Katherine Fernandez Rundle said
The Palatka Railroad Preservation Thursday that 38-year-old Antonio
Society will have an open house and Giansante is facing six charges,
a running of the Palatka and Rail including child pornography and
Rodeo model train layouts from 1-4 cyber stalking. Giansante was jailed
p.m. Sunday at the Union Depot without bail and court records did
Station, 222 N. 11th St.
not show he had a lawyer to speak on
Details: Marvis Champion at 328- his behalf.
0305.
Investigators say after his relationship with the victim ended,
Giansante allegedly tried to post
Moose to present
explicit images of her on her work
blankets to cancer center website and other sites on the
Internet.
The Palatka Moose Lodge motorRundle says such cases are difficycle club, Moose On Bikes will pres- cult because Florida does not have a
ent lap blankets on Wednesday to law against revenge porn. Giansante
The Cancer Center of Putnam. The was charged because in many imagclub has been collecting lap blankets es the victim was under 18.
since the beginning of January to
help chemo patients through their sebring
treatments at the center. “We hope it
Men get life for beating
will give them a bit of comfort and
warmth while they are taking another man, burning body
chemo” member Delores Grubb said.
Two central Florida men convicted
“We try to help in our community as
often as we can. We want to promote of beating another man unconscious
goodwill on behalf of our lodge and and then burning his body have been
our club.” Dr. J. Wynn Sullivan will sentenced to life in prison.
A Highlands County judge senbe on hand to accept the blankets.
This is one of several on-going t e n c e d 2 4 - y e a r - o l d J o n a t h a n
projects for the month of March for R o d r i g u e z a n d 2 1 - y e a r - o l d
Kenneth Felipe Jr. on Thursday.
the motorcycle club.
The Moose On Bikes club meets They were convicted earlier this
the first Monday of every month at 7 month of first-degree murder, kidp.m. at the lodge at 3875 Reid St. napping and tampering with eviYou do not have to have a motorcycle dence.
Authorities say Rodriguez and
to participate, just a desire to meet
new people, acquire new friends, and Felipe were at a party in June 2012
when Felipe punched Aaron Doty,
have fun.
knocking him unconscious.
Rodriguez the jumped on Doty and
Fish fry for March
continued to beat him.
of Dimes on Friday
Rodriguez and Felipe burned
Doty’s body hours later while he was
A March of Dimes Fish Fry will be still alive, but unconscious.
held 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, March
6 at the Putnam County Government
Complex, 2509 Crill Ave. Cost is $8
per dinner and includes fried fish,
baked beans, coleslaw, and hushpupDow Jones
pies. Details and tickets: Tabitha
Industrials
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fort lauderdale
Man fatally shot during home-showing
Police say a gunman fatally shot a man who was looking at a
house near Fort Lauderdale with his wife and real estate agent.
The shooting happened Thursday, just two days after the
newly renovated home had been put on the market.
Broward Sheriff’s officials say they believe robbery was the
motive. They’re still searching for the gunman.
Real estate agent Thomas Dwyer said the man “just came
into the house and started firing.”
Neighbors tried to help the injured man and a deputy who
was patrolling in the neighborhood was flagged down. Rescue
crews took the man to a hospital where he was pronounced
dead.
Deputies haven’t released the victim’s name.
Security footage from nearby homes show a man running
from the scene. An investigation continues.
lakeland
Police fatally shoot rape suspect
Police officers in central Florida fatally shot a Pennsylvania
man wanted on sexual battery and kidnapping charges.
The shooting happened Thursday outside a Lakeland restaurant.
Police say two detectives were chasing 42-year-old David
Cuevas when he reached into his waistband, turned toward
them and pulled a pistol.
Cuevas was wanted on an arrest warrant issued in January
for armed sexual battery and kidnapping involving a Lakeland
woman he was involved with.
Cuevas fled to Pennsylvania, where he was arrested on the
Lakeland warrant last month. He bonded out of jail and started
texting the woman again. She called police, who helped her
arrange a meeting for Thursday. When Cuevas saw the officers,
he started running.
An investigation continues.
palm coast
Quidditch Tourney comes to Palm Coast
Look out for the broomsticks in Palm Coast.
Hundreds of players are set to take the field at Palm Coast’s
Indian Trails Complex this weekend as the US Quidditch
Tournament holds its South Regionals this weekend.
Quidditch is a sport that comes from the pages of the Harry
Potter books. Players, inspired by a game played by the characters in the J.K Rowling series, must have a broomstick under
their legs at all times.
Teams from the University of Florida, University of South
Carolina and Florida State University are among those competing.
The Palm Coast event is one of seven regional contests hosted around the country.
sarasota
Worker dies in construction accident at mall
A construction worker is dead following an accident at the
Westfield Sarasota Square mall.
Sarasota County Sheriff’s officials say 25-year-old Jonathan
Dennis of Sanford died Thursday while working inside an old
movie theater at the mall.
Dennis was employed by Creative Environmental Services of
Orlando, which is a subcontractor of Gerardi Construction, Inc.
The sheriff’s office is investigating along with the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
No further details were immediately available.
north lauderdale
Homeowner fatally shoots intruder
A homeowner fatally shot a man who was trying to break
into his home near Fort Lauderdale.
Broward Sheriff’s deputies were called to the home after the
shooting early Friday morning in North Lauderdale.
The homeowner heard a noise in his backyard around 3 a.m.
He armed himself and went to investigate.
The homeowner told authorities he saw a man trying to
break into his shed and then the house. He then fired multiple
shots, killing the man.
gainesville
Consumer confidence rises for 7th month
Florida’s consumers continue to have confidence in the state’s
economy.
The monthly University of Florida consumer sentiment survey released Friday rose more than a point from last month. It’s
the seventh straight month the index has increased.
The new survey shows that consumer sentiment was 94.7 in
month of December. That’s on a scale of 2 to 150.
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Palatka PD drops out of recertification process
By Pete Skiba
Palatka Daily News
Facing a recommendation against
recertification, Palatka Police
Department officials withdrew the organization’s application from the process
Wednesday.
The report from the Commission for
Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation
listed five criteria out of 126 that did not
comply with standards.
“It is important that I note the findings
had nothing to do with the abilities,
behaviors or performance of the current
officers or civilian members of the
Palatka Police Department,” said interim
Chief James Griffith. “The report also
noted that it was ‘evident that each member is driven to provide, excellent professional, friendly service to the community.’”
Lori Mizell, the commission’s executive
director, could not return calls until
Friday to give information on the issue.
The police can reapply at another time
to follow the process and be certified,
Mizell said. She also emailed a copy of
the assessment report.
According to the report, police officers
self-reported all five criteria for accreditation judged unacceptable.
The way the process works, forms must
be filled out for compliance detailing
training and other features during the
years in a compliance cycle before an onsite inspection.
The actions required from the start of
the cycle must be carried out for the
entire compliance cycle.
The assessment cited
incorrect paperwork
language on forms, not a
lack of actual training in
most cases.
“It was a matter of
documentation. It was
either signed or dated in
an untimely manner,”
Griffith said. “It wasn’t Griffith
a matter of not having it
done.”
Only one case faulted a lack of training, when it was specifically called for by
the police department’s policies.
A policy on use of firearms provides for
“Inspection and approval of agency
approved firearms by a qualified firearms
instructor or armorer prior to carry.”
The paperwork from 2013 that caused
non-compliance had no mention of
inspection. In 2014 it “had similar language to the 2013 proof.”
The department on Dec. 8, 2014 published a “Firearms Qualification Record
form to include language that will meet
East Palatka drug suspect
arrested on two warrants
cocaine sales within 1,000 feet
of a church in the area of
Cross Road and Fourth Street
E A S T P A L A T K A – A in East Palatka.
monthlong investigation put
“Arresting deputies also
49-year-old Cornelius found additional crack
Columbus
cocaine in Beckton’s pocket
Beckton in
during the arrest,” said Sgt.
P u t n a m
Hancel Woods. “Beaton has
County Jail
an extensive history of drug
Wednesday,
dealing dating back to the
according to
mid-1980s.”
a Putnam
Deputies reported taking
C o u n t y
Beckton to Putnam County
Sheriff’s
Jail, where they booked him
Office report.
in on two counts for the sale
The report Beckton
of cocaine. He is currently
added that
being held on a bond of
the Street
$150,000 reports added.
Crimes Unit arrested Beckton
[email protected]
on two active warrants for
By Pete Skiba
Palatka Daily News
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blast had actually blown
the house’s garage door
across the street into a
neighbor’s yard.
When officials began
searching Friday, they were
able to confirm one fatality.
Authorities weren’t immediately identifying the victim.
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Griffith said the wrong language on
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It was not done until 2014 because
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Griffith said he was extremely disappointed by the lack of reaccreditation. He
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“We weren’t out of compliance as far as
state law or Criminal Justice Standards
and Training Commission rules,” Griffith
said. “We are still committed to the
accreditation process. I believe it makes
us a more professional agency. It makes
us more accountable. I anticipate that
we’ll be accredited within two years.”
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Today is Saturday, Feb. 28, the
59th day of 2015. There are 306
days left in the year.
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Roses
and
thorns
OSE: The Crescent City JuniorSenior High School boys basketball
team made it all the way to the
state Final Four in Lakeland before
ending their season in a semifinal game
with Hawthorne. They acquitted themselves
well, however, and finished what by all
counts was a successful season with 22 wins
and six losses. CCJSHS has often had outstanding athletic teams and individuals, and
we expect the trend to continue when the
school loses its seventh and eighth grades
next year and becomes “just” Crescent City
High School once more.
ROSE: The community turned out in
droves on Friday to give 40 members of the
local Florida Army National Guard unit a
rousing send-off. We recognize and thank all
the sponsors who helped put the event
together on short notice. Later in March, the
unit will debark for a couple months’ training in the U.S. before eventually shipping out
to Afghanistan, where they’ll take over a
defensive mission from active-duty Army
troops. We wish them a safe deployment
and a speedy return to family, loved ones
and friends.
THORN: What do every university president in Florida, every campus police department, student and faculty organizations and
the Florida League of Women Voters have in
common?
All are opposed to a move now afoot in
the Florida Legislature to repeal a law that
disallows carrying concealed firearms on
campuses.
But companion bills in the House and
Senate that would do exactly that have
passed both the House and Senate Criminal
Justice Committees and are now awaiting
hearings in the Higher Education
Committees. It’s worth noting that state
Rep. Travis Hutson, who’s also a candidate
for our state Senate District 6, supports the
bill.
Critics says that given today’s crowded
campuses and the relative immaturity of
students – teens and young adults who are
not trained gunfighters – the presence of
firearms not only would not promote safety,
but would add immeasurably to the danger.
Suppose campus police were called to the
scene of a possible shooting: The officers
arrive to find a student brandishing a gun.
The officers, weapons drawn, have milliseconds to decide whether the armed student
is a perpetrator threatening their lives and
those of others, or a harmless student
“defender.” Campus police don’t want to
have to make that choice, and we can’t
blame them.
THORN: A woman with a public relations
firm could barely contain her enthusiasm in
a recent call to this newspaper. She couldn’t
wait to tell us about a CNG – compressed
natural gas – public access filling station
holding a grand opening celebration somewhere in Jacksonville.
“The first one in Northeast Florida!” she
gushed.
When informed that we’ve had a similar
facility here in Palatka for almost two years,
she was undeterred. “But this is the first
one!” she insisted – as if anyone in these
parts needed a reminder of the ego, arrogance and presumption, if you will, emanating from Jacksonville authorities, whether
over a filling station or the fate of a reservior far from their shores.
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Today in History
Statements in some letters,
on air don’t jibe with facts
I
’ve had a couple of people ask
me why I am so critical of
television. Perhaps it is
because I’m always looking
beyond what most people see on
the screen. Television is first
and foremost a business, not a
public service institution. If what they show on
the screen entertains, fine, but the purpose of
the networks as well as local stations is to
make money.
Before I am asked, yes, the same goes for
newspapers. If a newspaper, or a radio station,
or a television station doesn’t turn a profit, it
can’t do any of the other things people expect
them to do.
Television is strong because it appeals to
several senses. It offers color, action and voice.
If it could, it might offer smell. However, lately
some of it is smelling pretty strong by not
being straight with their viewers.
Television news kept itself pretty clean up
through the tenure of Walter Cronkite. Let’s
throw Chet Huntley and David Brinkley in
there, too. Nowadays the bias drips like a leaky
faucet. Uncle Walt presented a benign persona.
Unlike most of todays’ on-air news hosts, you
could not tell which political party Cronkite
might favor. He was to television what Edward
R. Morrow was to early radio. Most of America
got its news about the German Luftwaffe
bombing the bejesus out of London from his
broadcast. Through the static, listeners anxiously listened for his opening words, “This is
London!”
On a number of occasions he broadcast from
rooftops so he could better see and report what
was going on, and for better shortwave transmission. The static was bad, but you could
actually hear the bombs going off.
Brian Williams, the suspended host of
NBC-TV Nightly News, seemed like a nice
enough guy, but it isn’t likely he will ever
regain his former status even if he is returned
to that job. However, I can understand why he
embellished the story about flying in a military copter in Afghanistan that was hit by
enemy fire. He was merely upgrading his
bona fides as a war correspondent. The copter
he was in could have been shot at--who
knows?
But that is no worse than people who use the
media in other ways. The dialog from “experts”
over the Rodman Dam controversy is getting a
bit silly. The armchair environmentalists are
crawling out of the woodwork. A letter printed
in the Times Union said—“We believe that
expert economic and scientific analyses prove
the natural river would bring greater long-run
economic benefits to the county
from eco-tourism--etc.” The “we”
in this case is the Defenders of
the Environment. He added,
“Although Putnam County’s
whole economy would gain more
than enough from spending on
dam removal to compensate for fishing losses.”
That’s ridiculous. The writer can’t produce a
shred of proof of such a statement. He seems to
visualize local people tramping out to the dam
with picks and shovels to whack away at the
dam as if it were a Depression era WPA project, and go home with a few dollars in pay? No!
If the dam is ever breached it will be done by a
few carefully placed sticks of dynamite.
The “we” the letter-writer speaks of is an
organization called The Defenders of the
Environment which, much like the
Riverkeeper and dozens of other environmental organizations, has no official status, just a
lot of names on a list which they use to beat
politicians over the head. Its title could just as
appropriately be called, Dam Busters United.
The sort of misinformation they spread is just
as bad, or worse, than Brian Williams embellishing his story.
It’s no skin off my nose if the dam is
breached, but I would hate to see it come
down on unsupported statements such as
those. But what’s new? Those are the kind
of statements armchair environmentalists
like to throw around whether there is a
scintilla of truth in them or not. Some of us
haven’t forgotten all the false statements
about dams killing off the last of snail darters and the robust red horse suckers, etc.
And then there was the report of seeing an
ivory-billed woodpecker in a woods which
just happened to be near where an airport
was planned.
Here’s what would actually happen if the
Rodman Dam is removed. There will be a 9,000
acre mud flat which will grow nothing but
weeds and bushes for a quarter century and
not one extra drop of water will go to the St.
Johns River. Those covered springs that mysteriously stopped flowing are an example of
conjecture that, once said, is constantly repeated as fact.
Most likely, without the dam, the
Ocklawaha would become a power-boat raceway. No small boat or canoe would be safe on
it. However, when that sort of unanticipated
situation occurs organizations such as the D of
E merely say, “oops” and elect new officers.
Jody
Delzell
Jody Delzell is a former publisher of the Daily News.
[email protected]
Office memo re: Girl Scout cookies
Representatives of my daughter Heather-Ashleigh will be in
the office today selling Girl
Scout cookies. Of course, no one
should feel any pressure to buy
from her just because she’s the
boss’s daughter. I know there’s a
rumor going around that
Roberts was fired last year for
not placing an order, but that’s
not true. He was fired for wearing a suit on casual Friday.
When one of HeatherAshleigh’s designated vice presidents knocks on your cubicle,
just pretend it’s one of the kids
in your neighborhood. After you
fill out the order forms, Jeanine
from my office will collect them,
because Heather-Ashleigh has
ADD and we don’t want a repeat
of last year’s problems.
Trust me, no one’s keeping
track of how many boxes you
buy. I didn’t find out until
months later that none of you
had recieved your cookies last
year. Someone should have told
me. It wasn’t until Roberts mentioned it that I became aware,
and by then, it was too late to do
anything about it. I asked
Heather-Ashleigh what happened and she said, “Whatever.
It’s just some cookies, what’s the
big deal?” And then she stomped
out of the room.
pled, but the good news is that I
sent him some work to do from
his hospital bed – just to keep
his mind off his problems.
For the sake of convenience,
Heather-Ashleigh is not taking
any orders of less than six boxes
apiece this year. So let’s keep it
And that’s why selling Girl
simple, people. Some of you
Scout cookies is such a wonderful thing. It’s teaching young
should just order six boxes of
women like Heather-Ashleigh
Thin Mints, others order six
important life lessons: How to
boxes of Samoas, and others get
present yourself, how to commu- six boxes of Do-Si-Dos. Then you
nicate, how to get along in the
can trade amongst yourselves
real world, the value of hard
when they arrive. Of course, you
work and how to be an entrepre- can order more than six boxes,
neur. All things Heatherbut who’s counting?
Ashleigh knows nothing about
I won’t waste your time sending Heather-Ashleigh around to
and really needs to learn.
say “thank you,” because after
And I’m sure she will learn
them when she comes back from all, time is money and I’m not
Paris, where she’s getting a sec- sure we should be wasting time
ond fitting of her Girl Scout uni- on personal stuff like that. So I’ll
form and doing a little shopping say “thank you” for her. But you
for Spring Break in Gstaad. So it should thank yourselves, too.
won’t be possible for her to actu- Someday, when Heatherally see any of you in person, but Ashleigh is running this compashe’ll know how much you care
ny, you can all look at one
by how many boxes of cookies
another and know that you
helped teach her all the imporyou buy – not that anyone’s
tant lessons she needed to get
counting. I was going to make
ahead in business. You will have
Johnson a vice president even
helped make her the person she
before I found out he ordered
will become.
500 boxes. That was just icing
on the cookie. As most of you
Contact Jim Mullen at
know, he’s out of the office this
JimMullenBooks.com.
week getting his stomach sta-
jim
mullen
In 1913, notice of a bill published to create Santa Fe County
out of portions of Putnam,
Alachua, Bradford and Clay counties, with its temporary seat being
Melrose. W.A. Russell telegraphed
the Daily News from Tallahassee
to say a House Committee was
unanimously against the bill.
In 1921, the Rev. Billy Sunday,
famous evangelist, was the guest
of J.R. Mellon in Palatka.
In 1956, the County
Commission authorized building a
combination canning kitchen and
restaurant, an exhibit hall and
livestock building at the East
Palatka Fairgrounds.
In 1958, “St. Johns River” was
selected as the name for the new
Tri-County Junior College in
Palatka.
Today’s Highlight in History:
On Feb. 28, 1940, the first televised college basketball games
were broadcast by New York City
station W2XBS as Pittsburgh
defeated Fordham, 57-37, and
New York University beat
Georgetown, 50-27, at Madison
Square Garden.
On this date:
In 1844, a 12-inch gun aboard
the USS Princeton exploded as the
ship was sailing on the Potomac
River, killing Secretary of State
Abel P. Upshur, Navy Secretary
Thomas W. Gilmer and several
others.
In 1861, the Territory of
Colorado was organized.
In 1915, actor-comedian Zero
Mostel was born in Brooklyn, New
York.
In 1942, the heavy cruiser USS
Houston and the Australian light
cruiser HMAS Perth were
attacked by Japanese forces during the World War II Battle of
Sunda Strait; both were sunk
shortly after midnight.
In 1953, scientists James D.
Watson and Francis H.C. Crick
announced they had discovered
the double-helix structure of DNA.
In 1960, a day after defeating
the Soviets at the Winter Games
in Squaw Valley, California, the
United States won its first
Olympic hockey gold medal by
defeating Czechoslovakia, 9-4.
In 1986, Swedish Prime
Minister Olof Palme was shot to
death in central Stockholm. (The
killing remains unsolved.)
In 1993, a gun battle erupted at
a religious compound near Waco,
Texas, when Bureau of Alcohol,
Tobacco and Firearms agents
tried to arrest Branch Davidian
leader David Koresh on weapons
charges; four agents and six
Davidians were killed as a 51-day
standoff began.
In 2013, Benedict XVI became
the first pope in 600 years to
resign, ending an eight-year pontificate.
Ten years ago:
In Santa Maria, California, the
prosecution and defense gave
opening statements in the sexual
molestation trial of Michael
Jackson, who was later acquitted.
Five years ago:
Sidney Crosby scored the winning goal in overtime to give
Canada a 3-2 victory over the
United States in the final event of
the Vancouver Olympics.
One year ago:
Delivering a blunt warning to
Moscow, President Barack Obama
expressed deep concern over
reported military activity inside
Ukraine by Russia and warned
“there will be costs” for any intervention.
Today’s Birthdays:
Architect Frank Gehry is 86.
Actor Gavin MacLeod is 84. Actor
Don Francks is 83. Singer Sam
the Sham is 78. Actor-directordancer Tommy Tune is 76. Hall of
Fame auto racer Mario Andretti is
75. Actress Mercedes Ruehl is 67.
Actress Bernadette Peters is 67.
Former Energy Secretary Steven
Chu is 67. Nobel Prize-winning
economist Paul Krugman is 62.
Comedian Gilbert Gottfried is 60.
Basketball Hall-of-Famer Adrian
Dantley is 60. Actor John Turturro
is 58. Actress Rae Dawn Chong is
54. Author Daniel Handler (AKA
“Lemony Snicket”) is 45. Actress
Quinn Shephard is 20. Actor
Bobb’e J. Thompson is 19.
Thought for Today:
“Who will give me back those
days when life had wings and flew
just like a skylark in the sky.” —
Marceline Desbordes-Valmore,
French actress and poet (17861859).
2/27/15 2:58 PM
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Judge says taxpayers should pay legal bills for disgraced former House speaker
By William March
Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE —
Taxpayers should foot the
legal bills a disgraced former
state House speaker paid to
defend himself against corrup-
tion charges that were later
dropped, a Florida judge said
Friday.
Leon County Circuit Judge
Angela Dempsey didn’t say how
much she would award former
Speaker Ray Sansom, who
sued the state to recover fees
from his defense in 2011.
But Dempsey said she
expected to approve most of the
fees and costs Sansom and his
former criminal defense attorney, Stephen Dobson, were
seeking, and that she considered the evidence they present-
ed to back up the total amount
credible.
They sought $817,518 plus
interest, $970,187 in all, for
2,700 hours of legal work and
costs, much of it at Dobson’s
rate of $400 per hour.
Sansom was accused of
Putnam County School District
students sing during a National
Guard deployment ceremony
at Palatka’s Riverfront Park
Friday.
scheming with a wealthy political supporter, Ray Odom, and
former Northwest Florida State
College President Bob Richburg
to add $6 million to the 2007
state budget for an airplane
hangar at the Destin airport to
benefit Odom, who operated a
private jet service.
The defendants maintained
the building was actually an
emergency operations facility
and training center for the
school.
In a dramatic moment,
Sansom took the stand in a trial
over the fees Friday, his first
public testimony on the matter
since his 2009 indictment.
He said the airport project
“was going to be used for a pub-
lic purpose, 100 percent.” He
said it grew out of a need to
shelter emergency vehicles on
the island during hurricanes
rather than moving them to the
mainland, hampering responses.
In comments to reporters
after the trial, Sansom said the
judge’s decision “completely
solidifies the fact that I was
completely acquitted.”
He blasted Leon County
State Attorney Willie Meggs for
pursuing the prosecution.
“Mr. Meggs completely overstepped his bounds,” Sansom
said, and “has cost the taxpayers thousands of dollars” for the
fees and costs of the prosecution.
Harvey
commissioner.
“It didn’t come as a surprise
that someone would question
my ethics,” Harvey said, referring to him being on the two
boards. “What came as a surprise was the ruling.”
Harvey said he will still be a
member of Save Rodman and
that the ethics committee has
no problem with that, as long
as it’s not on the organization’s executive board.
He said he loves Rodman
Reservoir more than he loves
being president, so resigning
was the best move to make, in
light of the circumstances.
“This way, no attention will
be drawn to me, and all attention can be focused on preserving Lake Ocklawaha –
Rodman Reservoir,” Harvey
said in a letter to members of
Save Rodman.
continued from PAge 1A
“Basically, their ruling was,
3-1, that I couldn’t be a commissioner and the president of
Save Rodman Reservoir,” he
said.
Harvey and County
Attorney Russ Castleberry
approached the ethics committee, but they were told that
due to a judge’s recent ruling,
it would be improper for
Harvey to serve on the boards
for both Save Rodman and the
county commission, Harvey
said.
“I guess the ruling before
(the most recent ruling) didn’t
involve all three aspects,” he
said, referring to him being a
member of the group, being on
the group’s board and being a
CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
continued from PAge 1A
out to honor these individuals
and their sacrifices,” said
Palatka Mayor Terrill Hill,
presenting a proclamation to
the unit. “These individuals
knowingly volunteer, knowing
one day they will have to put
their lives on the line for the
people of Putnam County.”
Putnam County commissioners also presented a proclamation to the unit, as
Chairman Karl Flagg
expressed confidence in the
soldiers and their ability to
protect the country.
“We know, without a shade
of doubt, that you stand
Czymbor
continued from PAge 1A
Czymbor’s contract states
that the city must pay him five
months worth of his salary in a
lump sum within 10 days of his
termination. That amount is
more than $48,400. The city
will also have to pay Czymbor’s
available and accrued vacation
time and 25 percent of unused
sick time.
Palatka
continued from PAge 1A
would like to thank each and
every one of you from the bottom of my heart.”
The idea for the appreciation
came from thoughts about
Black History Month and
Martin Luther King’s last crusade, Fells said. Before a
Memphis assassin’s bullet
struck King down in April 1968,
he rallied workers to strike for
decent pay, better safety standards and union recognition.
against missiles, among other
tasks.
While some of the members
of the unit have been deployed
to Washington D.C. to help
protect airspace around the
nation’s capital, this will be
the first time a National
Guard unit has ever taken
over that particular mission in
Afghanistan.
“We wanted to show them
our appreciation,” Browning
said.
Retired Maj. Gen. Douglas
Burnett was one of several
retired and current National
Guard personnel who spoke
Friday. He recalled an experience that was similar to the
Putnam County sendoff.
“You could see the pride in
the young soldiers,” he said.
“The prowess and might of
His benefits will also be
paid for the next six months,
including more than $10,000
in health insurance, $842 for
dental insurance and almost
$7,000 to contribute to his
retirement plan.
Czymbor, a Michigan
native, began working as
Palatka’s City Manager on
July 23, 2012.
His previous employer, the
Fernandina Beach City
Commission, terminated
Czymbor’s contract as city
manager in January 2012. He
served in Fernandina Beach
from 2006 and maintained a
house there while working in
Palatka.
According to reports from
the Fernandina Beach News
Leader, Czymbor received
more than $112,000 in severance pay, accrued vacation,
sick leave and personal leave
and for dental, health, life
insurance and other benefits
when the commission unanimously voted to approve a settlement agreement ending his
employment.
The city eventually recognized the union, gave raises to
the workers and improved
conditions.
Generally people really
don’t realize how much work
done by sanitation, road and
public works crews affects
their lives, Fells said. He
wanted to show appreciation
and remember King’s last
effort at improving life for
workers.
Michael Shazel, a public
works employee for longer
than 13 years, approved of the
luncheon.
“This is real nice. We don’t
hardly ever get people saying
thank you,” Shazel said. “It
was nice of them to act on our
behalf to give us the opportunity for lunch and show appreciation.”
Enjoying the chicken cooked
by grill aster and Putnam
County Commissioner Walton
Pellicer, sanitation worker
Robert Smith said he planned
on serving people until he can
retire in about 20 years.
”I think it is really important that this lunch came from
the people of the community,”
Smith said. “Palatka is a nice
place to live.”
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9 a.m. to 12 Noon for the purpose of
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March 1, 2015 is the legal deadline
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meeot unrew
this great nation is in its people.”
Palatka native Sgt. Jerry
Crews thanked the community for its support. He said the
unit has spent months training and meeting certifications
to prepare for the upcoming
mission.
“We have a long road ahead
of us,” he said. “We ask for
your prayers and support.
But (the unit) can shoot, move
and communicate, so I’m glad
to have them with us over
there.”
The unit is expected to leave
for training during the week of
March 16, but should arrive in
Afghanistan in June. The continued from PAge 1A
deployment is expected to last
no more than 400 days.
has given out a varying [email protected]
ber of scholarships per year,
she said, but the number of
scholarships depends on how
the money is budgets.
The reports stated that two
“Our money from our scholof the commissioners met indi- arship come from the gift
vidually with Czymbor before s h o p , ” H u t c h e r s o n s a i d .
the vote, and both said “the “When the budget is made, we
city needed to go in a different get money from that. The last
direction.”
two years, we only had three
Reynolds said Czymbor (scholarships). Before that, we
turned in his city-owned 2015 had four.”
Dodge Charger and cell phone
When reviewing scholarFriday morning.
ship applications, the commitIn his statement issued tee looks at numerous areas of
Friday, Czymbor said he qualification, Hutcherson
would be searching for his said.
Applicants must already be
next “adventure/opportunity”
and directed city business to enrolled in a health care proReynolds, who Hill said would gram, and if he or she works
be in charge in the city man- for the hospital, the person
ager’s absence.
must have at least 1,000 performance hours.
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If t h e a p p l i c a n t m e e t s
RN
Trina Wilkinson
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those and the other qualifications listed in the selection
packet, he or she is eligible to
receive the prize, Hutcherson
said.
“Their books and everything
is quite expensive, so that
(scholarship) helps with a lot,”
she said.
Hutcherson said Putnam
Community has offered the
scholarship for more than 10
years; it’s probably closer to
20 years, she said.
For the facility to assist its
employees this way is quite
commendable, Clayberger
said.
In all of the places
Clayberger has worked, she
said, Putnam Community is
the only place that has offered
anything like this scholarship.
“I’ve been in health care
since I was 18,” she said. “I
worked in other facilities.
They really, really encourage
people to better their education.”
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State Rep. Charles Van
Zant, R-Keystone Heights,
joined local officials and residents in the appreciation ceremony, which also featured
songs and speeches from
Putnam County students and
recognition of all veterans,
many of whom were in the
audience.
“This is something the older
vets have been wanting to do
for a long time,” said retired
Capt. John Browning.
Browning organized the
event with a group of retired
National Guardsmen when
they learned about Palatka’s
A Battery 1-265’s mobilization. The unit was ordered to
take over an existing mission
in Afghanistan. The mission
will include defending bases
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studio
4 Derisive snort
7 Nudge
forward
11 — — step
further
12Dracula’s
attire
13 Tear apart
14 More irritable
16 Lie adjacent
17 Relax in the
pool
18 Prejudice
19Caesar’s
1002
20 Stray dog
21 Round
numbers?
24 Common
antiseptic
27 Chopper
28Dublin’sland
30 Fictional
governess
32 Green
veggies
34 Tops
36 Freud topic
37 Unisex wear
39 Low voices
41 ER personnel
42 Stretchy
bandage
43 High-fiber
food
45 Literary
twist
48 Ring the bell
49 Late morning
52 A — for news
53 Thunderstruck
54 Arid
55 Bird abode
56 Big tees
57 Jiffy
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26
29
31
33
35
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DOWN
1 Co. honchos
2 Blow it
3 Claw badly
4 Caribbean
nation
5 Gorilla or
chimp
6 That girl
7 Flat land
8 McEntire of
music
9 Disagreeable
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For Saturday, February 28, 2015
Your intuitive insight will lead
to a remarkable adventure this
year. You will win others over
with your commitment and passion, and your personal relationships will become stronger and
more satisfying. A special connection will reveal secret information that will enable you to put
doubt or uncertainty behind you.
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GEMINI
(May 21-June 20)
Review your qualifications and
consider a change in vocation. If
you are unsatisfied with your current position, take the steps necessary to move on to something
more stimulating.
LEO
VIRGO
(Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Your emotions will be close to
the surface. Don’t place unrealistic demands on anyone, and think
twice before you say something
that’s hurtful. Trying to make
amends will be difficult.
ARIES
TAURUS
(Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Attend events that appeal to
you. Your generous nature will
be a definite asset to a group that
helps a cause you believe in. You
can make a difference.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
Someone is holding back
important information. Don’t rely
Dear Harriette: I sometimes
feel like life is passing me by.
I am in my mid-50s, and I’m
single. I’ve been working the
same job for a long time, which
is fine, but it’s boring. I can
retire soon because I’m lucky to
have good benefits.
But what would I do? I don’t
have many friends. I get along
with people, but I don’t hang out
with anybody. I talk to a couple
of friends from my hometown
on the phone.
But I have become somewhat
of a recluse. I feel like I have
forgotten what fun looks like or
something.
Sometimes I wonder if I didn’t
show up to work or church or
wherever, would anyone even
notice? I know that sounds
pathetic.
I need to do something to
shake myself out of this feeling.
What can I do? — Miserable,
Dallas
Dear Miserable: It is time
for you to shake up your life
and try something new. Do you
SCORPIO
(Nov. 23-Dec. 21)
Resist the impulse to go over
budget on an unnecessary luxury
item. Difficulty in your financial
situation will occur if you make
a hasty monetary decision. Step
back.
(July 23-Aug. 22)
Don’t fall for high-pressure
sales talks. Acting in haste will
be your downfall. Investigate the
details of any commitment or contract thoroughly before you make
a move.
(April 20-May 20)
Spend time away from home.
Travel to an unexplored area of
your community, take a pleasure
trip or go to your local library to
read up on exotic or intriguing
destinations.
on others’ opinions. You should
do some research to determine
what will be the best course of
action.
CANCER
PISCES
(March 21-April 19)
Now is not the best time to use
persuasive tactics to get your way.
Keep your comments to yourself, avoid confrontations and let
everyone do his or her own thing.
Yesterday’s Answer
(Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
Be diligent in your work habits.
Professional gatherings or business meetings will figure heavily in your advancement. Your
commitment and drive will be
observed and rewarded.
(June 21-July 22)
Spruce up your living space.
Invest in items that will add to
your comfort and create a welcome refuge from your hectic
lifestyle. Enlist friends to help
you out.
(Feb. 20-March 20)
Take the initiative and become
involved in an unusual creative
project. A community event or
gathering will benefit from your
contributions as well as provide
you a welcome outlet.
Reader should shake up life
CAPRICORN
AQUARIUS
got to drinking, and they rang
up a huge tab that the cardholder
had to pay.
I don’t want to do that, but I
do want to be generous.
Can I pay for one round and
close out my tab without seeming cheap? — One Round,
Baltimore
Dear One Round: Going out
in groups is fraught with challenge, especially around who
pays for what.
Invariably, somebody pays
less than everybody else, and
others feel they are always carrying the weight.
As it relates to buying drinks
for people, you have a great
idea. You absolutely can buy one
round of drinks. To do so, tell
the bartender specifically which
people’s drinks you are paying
for, have the people place their
order and then pay.
Ask the bartender to close
your tab, which requires returning your credit card and you
signing the bill.
BRIDGE
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(Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
If you are feeling overwhelmed,
stop and give yourself time to
regroup. Personal or professional
stress will limit your ability to see
the situation clearly.
have any childhood hobbies that
you might want to pursue again?
Consider joining a book club, an
athletic facility that offers group
classes, or an art class.
The idea is to put yourself
in the company of other people
doing something that interests
you.
You may also want to participate in the Life Reimagined program that AARP created, lifereimagined.aarp.org. It is a wonderful free program designed to
help people look at their lives
differently and plot their course
for the future.
Dear Harriette: I’m new to
this whole idea of going out after
work for drinks with groups of
people. It’s fun, but I don’t know
the rules.
What is the etiquette when
you are at a bar and you want to
be nice and buy several people a
round of drinks?
When the bartender asks for
your card, do you have to leave
the tab open? I’ve seen that
backfire on people when folks
April Bloomfield, an English
chef best known for holding a
Michelin star at two New York
City restaurants, The Spotted Pig
and The Breslin, said, “Food’s
delicate. You have to handle it
with finesse. You can’t just be a
big ogre.”
Many bridge contracts require
handling with finesse. This can
involve taking a finesse or two.
Alternatively, declarer might
have to get the timing just right
— which is also arguably the
number-one factor in cooking.
This week, we have been looking at deals in which a tempting finesse is not the right play.
Here is a last example that is
slightly different because there is
no finesse available. South is in
three no-trump, and West leads
the spade queen. What should
declarer do?
This auction is surely the most
common in the game.
Declarer starts with six top
tricks: two spades, three hearts
and one club. He does not have
time to establish dummy’s club
suit because he will lose three
spades, one diamond and two
clubs.
Instead, South must collect
three diamond tricks; regular
readers will have no trouble finding the right line. Declarer should
lead twice toward the hand with
the two honors. So, after winning the first trick with dummy’s
spade king, South should play a
low diamond to his king. When
he wins the trick, he crosses
to the dummy with a heart and
leads another diamond toward
his hand. Here, East’s ace pops
up and declarer has his nine winners.
If, though, West takes the
trick with his ace or South wins
the second diamond trick in his
hand, he would have to hope that
the diamonds are splitting 3-3.
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Death notices are brief
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no charge.
Geneva E. Black
Geneva Evelyn Black, 92, of
Mayo, passed away Feb. 26,
2015 at her home following an
extended illness.
Geneva was born Dec. 13,
1922 in Mayo to Lawrence
Council Folsom and the former Mary
C l i f f o r d
Hatcher. She
was of the
Baptist Faith
and a member of Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church. She
was also a graduate of
Lafayette County High
School. Geneva was a registered nurse, having received
cadet training at the Gordon
Keller School of Nursing during World War II. She and
her husband, Carlton, were
the founders, owners and
operators of Carlton’s
Jewelers and Ben Franklin
Variety Store in Palatka from
1970 to 1985. She was a member of the Palatka Pilot Club
and the American Legion
Auxiliary of Mayo Post 105.
In her spare time she enjoyed
playing golf, bowling, reading, working crossword puzzles and spending time with
her family.
She was preceded in death
by her parents L.C. and Mary
Clifford Folsom.
She is survived by her husband of 68 years, Carlton L.
Black; three daughters,
Wanda (Clare) Hakeman of
Tempe, Ariz., Pamela (Dr.
Steve) Bishop of Scottsdale,
Ariz., and Carla (Dwight)
Kummer of Orlando; one sister, Wynell Wisehart, of Mayo;
six grandchildren, Matthew
and Adam Hakeman, Allison
Stewart, Amy Cole, and Blake
and Brandon Kummer; four
great-grandchildren; and
numerous nieces, nephews,
other relatives and friends.
Funeral services will be
held at Pleasant Grove
Baptist Church of Mayo on
Monday, March 2 at 11 a.m.
with Brother Todd Babione
officiating. Interment will follow in Pleasant Grove
Cemetery. The family will
receive friends from 5-7 p.m.
on Sunday, March 1 also at
Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church.
Memorial contributions can
be made to Haven Hospice of
Lake City. Condolences may
be sent to the family at www.
joepburnsfuneralhomes.com.
All arrangements are under
the care of Joe P. Burns FL 32148 or a favorite charity.
Funeral Home of Mayo.
Messages of sympathy may be
expressed on his online guestbook at www.themastersfuneralhomes.com.
Masters Funeral Home of
Interlachen is in charge of
Lt. Paul Winston Carter, arrangements.
Florida Highway Patrol (Ret.),
82, of Interlachen, passed
away Wednesday Feb. 25,
2015 at Select Specialty
Hospital in Gainesville followJeanne M. Ortiz, 85, of
ing a brief illness.
He was born in Greensboro Crescent City and formerly of
and had been a resident of Interlachen, passed away
Interlachen
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 at
for 16 years,
the Applehouse II following an
coming from
extended illness.
Masaryktown.
A native of New York, she
He was a 1951
resided in Putnam County
graduate of the Havana High since 1989, coming from Hobe
School in Havana. He served Sound. Jeanne was a homein the U.S. Army during the maker and was of the Catholic
Korean War. He graduated faith.
with the 15th Basic Recruit
She was preceded in death
C l a s s w i t h t h e F l o r i d a by her husband, Henry Ortiz,
Highway Patrol in 1956 and her parents, Henry Smith and
r e t i r e d f r o m t h e F l o r i d a Alice Quinn Smith, and a
Highway Patrol as a brother-in-law, Henry
Lieutenant on April 30, 1984 Monsen.
She is survived by a son
after 28 years of dedicated service. He was an elder at the Robert (Patricia) Henry of
Church of Jesus Christ of Jupiter, a grandson, Parker
L a t t e r D a y S a i n t s i n (Alycia) Henry of Port St.
Interlachen. He was a benevo- Lucie, great-grandson, Ryan
lent man who served his Henry, a sister, Alice Monsen
church, country and state, and of Gorham, Maine, a sister-inwas an inspiration to all. He law, Elsie Shropshire of Ocean
never met a stranger and was View, N.J., nieces, Kristin
a true friend, who loved to Coolbroth of Gorham, and
visit others. He had a kind Bernadette Young, nephews,
and gentle heart and a good Erik Monsen of Gorham,
sense of humor. He enjoyed Chuck Manich and Keith
feeding his fish with biscuits Manich and several cousins
he made for them and enjoyed and great nieces and nephews.
feeding the squirrels, humNo services are planned at
ming birds and other critters. this time. Burial will be at a
He was preceded in death later date in the Florida
by his wife, Myrtice Carter; a N a t i o n a l C e m e t e r y i n
daughter, Deborah Carter; a Bushnell.
son, Paul Carter Jr.; and parIn lieu of flowers, memorial
ents, Lonnie and Janie Mae donations may be sent to
Whigham Carter.
Hospice of Citrus and the
Surviving are a daughter, Nature Coast, 927 S. State
Renee Montanaro; a brother, Road 19, Palatka, FL 32177.
Clifford Carter; a sister, Memories and condolences
Yvonne Benton; five grand- may be expressed to the family
children, George Parrish at Jeanne’s Book of Memories
( S a r a h ) , W a y d e P a r r i s h page at www.JohnsonOverturf
(Tonya), Galvin Parrish, funerals.com.
Winston Parrish, former
Cremation arrangements
granddaughter-in-law, Cindy are under the direction of
Sykes and their children, Johnson-Overturf Funeral
Brooke and Madeline, Cody Home in Palatka.
Carter (Katie); 16 greatgrandchildren; nine nieces
and nephews; and many lifelong friends.
Funeral services will be 2
Dorothy Woodworth, 86, of
p.m. Monday, March 2 at the
Church of Jesus Christ of P a l a t k a p a s s e d a w a y
L a t t e r D a y S a i n t s i n Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015 at the
Interlachen with Brother Putnam Community Medical
Chris Travis officiating. The Center in Palatka following
family will receive friends one an extended illness.
She was born in Conneaut,
hour prior to the service.
Graveside services will be 11 Ohio, and had been a resident
a.m. Tuesday, March 3 at the of Palatka for the past 18
Crosby Lake Cemetery in years, coming from Mars, Pa.
Starke with honors bestowed She was a graduate of the
b y t h e F l o r i d a H i g h w a y Conneaut High School in
Conneaut, Ohio. During her
Patrol.
Memorial gifts may be sent working years she worked
to the Church of Jesus Christ with the elderly as a nurse’s
of Latter Day Saints, 152 N. aide. While living in Mars,
County Road 315, Interlachen, Pa., she volunteered her time
Paul W. Carter
Jeanne M. Ortiz
Dorothy Woodworth
with the Middlesex, Pa.
Volunteer Fire Department.
She had been active in the
Pennsylvania Democrat Club
in Middlesex. She enjoyed gardening and
spending
time with her
husband and
family, and
especially
with her
grandchildren. She
loved to read
and passed
that love of reading to her
grandchildren.
Preceding her in death were
her parents, Thomas and Inez
Perkio; a brother, Richard
Perkio; and a great-granddaughter, Vylah Matheny.
Surviving are her husband
of 64 years, George Woodworth
of Palatka; a son, Jeffrey
Woodworth of Bostwick; a
daughter and son-in-law, Jill
and Dr. Jack Matheny of
Palatka; a sister, Donna
DeMarco of Conneaut, Ohio;
four grandchildren and spouses, Sean and Melissa
Matheny, Adam Matheny,
Brent Matheny, and Zach and
Valeria Woodworth; two
great-grandchildren, Paisley
Jean Woodworth and Ember
Rene’ Matheny; and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be 11
a.m. Sunday, March 1 at the
Masters Funeral Home in
Palatka with Pastor Bill
German officiating. The family will begin receiving friends
at 10 a.m. Sunday at the
funeral home. In honor and
celebration of Mrs.
Woodworth’s life, a video tribute will be shown. Burial will
follow in Palatka Memorial
Gardens.
Friends may sign the online
guest book at www.themastersfuneralhomes.com.
Masters Funeral Home of
Palatka is in charge of
arrangements.
Opposition leader
shot dead in Russia
By Laura Mills and
Vladimir Isachenkov
Associated Press
MOSCOW — Boris
Nemtsov, a charismatic former deputy prime minister
turned Russian opposition
leader, was shot and killed in
Moscow Saturday, officials
said.
Nemtsov’s death comes just
a day before a planned protest
against President Vladimir
Putin’s rule. The Kremlin said
that Putin will personally
oversee the investigation.
Nemtsov, who was 55, was a
sharp critic of Putin, assailing
the government’s inefficiency,
rampant corruption and the
Kremlin’s policy on Ukraine,
which has strained RussiaWest ties to a degree unseen
since Cold War times.
The Russian Interior
Ministry, which oversees
Russia’s police force, said that
Nemtsov was shot four times
from a passing car as he was
walking a bridge just outside
the Kremlin shortly after midnight.
Interior Ministry spokeswoman Yelena Alexeyeva told
reporters on the scene that
Nemtsov was walking with a
female acquaintance, a
Ukrainian citizen, when a
vehicle drove up and unidentified assailants shot him dead.
The woman wasn’t hurt.
Opposition activist Ilya
Yashin said on Ekho Moskvy
radio that he last spoke with
Nemtsov two days before the
killing. Nemtsov was working
on a report presenting evidence that he believed proved
Russia’s direct involvement in
the separatist rebellion that
erupted in eastern Ukraine
last year.
Ukraine and the West have
A memorial service for accused Russia of backing the
Darlene G. Daniels, 72, of
Interlachen, who passed away
Nov. 10, 2014, will begin at 6:30
p.m. Friday, March 6 at Living Abe Alexander
Hope Family Center, 1109 Safe Touch Consultant
State Road 100, Florahome.
Friends and family are
invited to the service.
Darlene G. Daniels
Vivian A. Reed
Vivian Ann Reed, 68, of
Palm Coast, entered the sunset of life on Thursday, Feb.
26, 2015 at Haven Hospice
Roberts Care Center.
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rebels there with troops and
weapons. Moscow has denied
the accusations, but large
numbers of sophisticated
heavy weapons in the rebels’
possession has strained the
credibility of its denials.
Yashin said he had no doubt
that Nemtsov’s murder was
politically motivated.
“Boris Nemtsov was a stark
opposition leader who criticized the most important state
officials in our country, including President Vladimir Putin.
As we have seen, such criticism in Russia is dangerous
for one’s life,” he said.
Political analyst Stanislav
Belkovsky told Ekho Mosvky
radio station that he did not
believe that Nemtsov’s death
would in any way serve
Putin’s interests.
“But the atmosphere of
hatred toward alternative
thinkers that has formed over
the past year, since the annexation of Crimea, may have
played its role,” Belkovsky
said, referring to the surge of
intense and officially endorsed
nationalist discourse increasingly prevalent in Russia
since it annexed Ukraine’s
Crimean Peninsula.
Nemtsov served a deputy
prime minister in the 1990s
and once was seen as a possible successor to Boris Yeltsin,
Russia’s first elected president. After Putin was first
elected in 2000, Nemtsov
became one of the most vocal
critics of his rule. He helped
organize street protests and
has relentlessly exposed official corruption.
He was one of the organizers of the Spring March opposition protest set for Sunday,
which comes amid a severe
economic downturn in Russia
caused by low oil prices and
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‘Jihadi John’ profile no surprise to experts
By Elaine Ganley
Associated Press
PARIS — The profile of
“Jihadi John,” the universityeducated Londoner whose
masked face is emblematic of
the grisly executions by the
Islamic State group, is vastly
different from that of the marginalized men who carried out
terror attacks in France and
Denmark. That comes as no
surprise to those who work
with tracking such threats, who
say there is no typical terrorist.
Investigators’ jobs have
become tougher than ever
because of the range of terrorist profiles, and the growing
number of potential suspects.
Experts cite three to four
types of profiles, with some variations. But they agree that the
profile of Mohammed Emwazi, a
Kuwait-born man in his mid20s, raised and educated in
Britain, is nothing new. Highprofile predecessors include the
terrorists from Saudi Arabia
who carried out the Sept. 11,
2001, terror attacks in New
York and blended easily into the
American scene, neither poor
nor uneducated.
Emwazi, a computer science
graduate with a distinct
British accent, has been identified as the man seen in IS
videos, knife in hand with a
kneeling hostage at his side
about to be beheaded.
In contrast, Cherif and Said
Kouachi, who massacred cartoonists and others in January
in the newsroom of the satirical French weekly Charlie
Hebdo, were born in France to
Algerian parents and grew up
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in a working class Paris neighborhood. Amedy Coulibaly,
who killed four hostages in a
Kosher grocery store, also had
working class immigrant
roots. The three men befriended each other via prison before
the two attacks that left 20
dead, themselves included.
“It is not new, but today it is
more obvious than before that
we are confronted with a multiplicity of profiles,” said former anti-terrorism judge
Jean-Louis Bruguiere who
once tracked hundreds of terrorists and their sometimes
global networks. “We always
have a tendency to seek a single profile that does not exist.”
With multiple profiles and
often “weak signals” that must
be detected in advance, not
everyone ends up on, or stays
on, the radar.
“It is evident that it is very
complicated for intelligence services,” he said. “Afterward, we
say, ‘Why didn’t we see him?’”
Emwazi had been known to
the British intelligence services since at least 2009, initially
in connection with investigations into terrorism in Somalia.
Bruguiere, who retired in
2007, said he arrested hundreds
of people during his years investigating terrorists, many who
hopped about the globe, and
interrogated about 400 of them.
He said perhaps 50 of them — at
large today — are “more dangerous than the Kouachis.”
“They are on the radar, but
you can’t follow them all over
the planet,” he said.
Alain Bauer, a leading criminologist who has advised
French presidents, says the
problem is not about gathering information but about
analyzing it.
The day after a terrorist
attack, investigators are often
looking through “20 pounds of
files” that they had before and
that shows that in “99 percent
of cases,” they might have
been able to prevent the
attacks if they had only understood the data they had access
to, he contended.
For Bauer and others,
Emwazi’s profile is practically
standard fare: a terrorist who
is “educated, middle class, in
the middle of two cultures.”
Bauer says two other profiles are also common. One
includes working-class roots
and a background as a smalltime criminal, a definition
that describes the Kouachi
brothers and Coulibaly, as
well as Mohamed Merah who
killed three soldiers, a rabbi
and three Jewish school children in Toulouse in 2012.
Another type, that he calls
“ground zero,” is someone who
suddenly appears out of
nowhere to commit a compulsive act, like the killing of a
police officer, and that by definition can neither be detected
in advance nor prevented.
Alain Rodier, a one-time
intelligence officer now working with the French Center for
Intelligence Research, says a
terrorist profile is only one
minor element used to ferret
out suspects and put them on
the radar of security services.
He contends its only real
interest is at a trial.
“The profile is absolutely
not the determining element”
in tracking suspected terrorists, he said. On the ground
tracking, information sharing
and other methods are more
valuable, he said.
The Internet has added a
new layer of complexity with
fast-track radicalization that
even escapes the notice of families. The process is yet to be
fully understood but it is having
a major impact on intelligence
gathering as nations strive to
keep up. France, for example,
which has moved into emergency mode since the attacks, is
seeking cooperation with giants
like Google, Facebook and others to eliminate terrorist propaganda from the Internet.
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SIDELINES
MARK BLUMENTHAL
Feeling
at home
at state
T
he trip to Lakeland on
Tuesday was 17 years in the
making for Al Carter.
And though it ended quickly
when his Crescent City Junior-Senior
High School boys basketball team
dropped a 57-40 FHSAA 1A state
semifinal at the Lakeland Center to
eventual runnerup Hawthorne,
Carter felt like he finally belonged.
“It felt a lot like I was in Crescent
City for a game,” said Carter of the
atmosphere for Tuesday’s setback. “I
wasn’t nervous going in. I was actually more nervous for our game against
Williston than I was here.”
Williston’s Red Devils were who the
Raiders slayed at home to make it to
the Final Four for the first time in
program history eight days ago. The
gym that night was packed to the gills
as fans from not only Crescent City,
but throughout the county made
turned out to watch the Raiders jump
out to a big lead, avoid big problems
in the final minutes and win 67-53.
But Carter heard the yelling and
cheers from the Raider faithful on
Tuesday afternoon as his Raiders
faced the Hornets in the cavernous
Lakeland Center. They stayed optimistic and enthused all through the
afternoon, even as Hawthorne began
to pull away late.
Carter is appreciative of the quality
of ball player he’s gotten the last two
years. Between the 2011-12 and 201213 seasons, the Raiders won only five
games. With Kenton Bibbs coming
over from Palatka High last year as a
junior and playing well enough to be
named the Daily News Player of the
Year, the Raiders reversed their fortunes by going 17-8. Their 22-6 season meant that they went 39-14 in
the last two seasons.
“I thank God for changing things
around the last couple of years,” said
Carter, who goes into next season
needing 17 wins for his next milestone of 250. “I realized that there
really is a god to get us here after 17
years. I hope I’m lucky enough to get
back here next year or again sometime.”
n One of Hawthorne’s key players
in the win against Crescent City was
guard-forward Stafonny Douglas, who
had six points and eight rebounds.
Douglas also caused havoc in a pair of
wins over neighbor Interlachen this
season, scoring seven points in a rout
of the Rams on Dec. 13 at home. But
in the rematch on Jan. 16 at
Interlachen, Douglas went for 18
points and nailed four 3-point field
goals in an 83-49 win over the Rams.
Rams coach C.S. Belton’s mind
drifted back to when Douglas’ father,
Donnell, was one of his first players
with the Rams in the 1989-90 season,
playing the same swing guard-forward spot his son is now.
“I think (Stafonny) handles the ball
a lot more than Donnell did,” Belton
said. “I saw Donnell both times in the
games we had. When they came in
the second time, I did get a chance to
speak (to his father) and I told him,
‘You’ve got a good one there.’”
n Tallahassee Rickards, which beat
Baker County for the Region 1-5A
championship last week just days
after Baker County had eliminated
Palatka in the regional semifinal,
advanced to the state 5A final after
taking out Tarpon Springs, 65-59, on
Friday at the Lakeland Center.
Rickards will have its hands full in
the final – one-loss Cardinal Gibbons
of Fort Lauderdale pounded St.
Petersburg Gibbs, 73-38, in the other
semifinal. Today’s championship will
take place at 10 a.m.
It will be Cardinal Gibbons’ first
trip to a state championship since losing to Leesburg, 66-58, in the state 4A
championship in 2011. Coached by
Marty Seidlin, Gibbons got to the
state 2011 state 4A championship
after surviving a 55-53 semifinal with
Palatka.
Mark Blumenthal is a writer for the Daily
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2015
PAGE 8A
PREP ROUNDUP
Peniel, Interlachen snap losing streaks
Warriors’ Dodge throws
one-hitter, fanning 11
Palatka Daily News
Vinny Dodge erased 11
Meadowbrook batters Friday and
helped the Peniel Baptist Academy
baseball team erase the zero from its
win column.
Dodge threw a one-hitter with 11
strikeouts and scored the go-ahead
run in the bottom of the sixth as the
Warriors edged the Mustangs 4-3 at
the Francis Youth Complex and
improved to 1-5.
Dodge (1-1) gave up his only hit in
the second inning. He walked two
batters and hit three. The two who
walked both scored, as did one of the
hit batsmen.
“He’s had three pretty good outings after getting hit hard by Ocala
Christian (Feb. 13),” said Peniel
coach Terry Goodwin.
It was 3-3 in the bottom of the
sixth when Dodge drew a one-out
walk. He stole second and scored
when Logan Morris blooped a single
down the line in right.
The Warriors’ other runs came in
the fourth inning. The big hit was
Franklyn Batchelor’s two-out RBI
single. Ariel Leto also singled in the
fourth.
n Interlachen scored in every
inning but the third and sophomore
Kyle McCole turned in a complete
game as Interlachen won 9-4 at
Gainesville P.K. Yonge.
Having struggled at the plate during a four-game losing streak, the
Rams (2-4, 1-2 District 5-4A) collected 11 hits against the Blue Wave
(2-3, 1-3).
Aaron Mitchell was 3-for-4, scored
twice and had an RBI for
Interlachen. Brett Sellers was 2-5
with a double and two RBI, Jase
Foshee 2-3 with three runs and one
RBI. McCole, Kele Blankenship,
Darius Oliver and Matthew Hewitt
all singled.
McCole (1-1) struck out five,
walked five, hit two batters and
allowed four hits, all singles. He
opened with four scoreless innings.
See ROUNDUP, Page 9A
Panthers
plod past
Ridgeview
St. Johns Sweep
Overcome four errors,
hang on for 9-7 victory
By Andy Hall
Palatka Daily News
The Vikings’ Nicole Brock delivers to Broward in Friday’s second game.
CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
Streak Hits 10
Vikings down St. Pete, Broward; baseball team wins
A
Palatka Daily News
nother day, another doubleheader sweep
for the St. Johns River State College
softball team.
And suddenly, the Vikings, ranked in
the state poll eighth, find themselves
with their longest winning streak in years.
The Vikings beat St. Petersburg in the first
game of the SJRSC Round Robin Invitational on
Friday, 2-1, then after St. Petersburg beat
Broward, 5-2, in the second game, the Vikings
finished the day by winning by the same 5-2 score
over Broward by scoring two runs in the bottom
of the fifth and three more in the sixth.
The Vikings improved to 18-6 for the year and
have won 10 in a row. Four of the wins in the
10-game win streak have come against Broward
(4-14). The 18 victories eclipsed the 17 SJRSC
won in an injury-plagued 2014 season.
In the opener against St. Petersburg, the
Vikings trailed 1-0 going to the fifth. But in the
bottom of the fifth, Savannah Montgomery singled and moved to second on a passed ball. A
Nicole Brock sacrifice bunt got her to third and
Haley Wildes singled her home to tie it. In the
sixth, Stacey Wilson singled and Erin Klein came
into pinch-run. Klein stole second and got to third
on a sacrifice bunt by Julie Leduc. An error off a
Tikeya Strong grounder got Klein home with the
go-ahead run.
See SJRSC, Page 9A
Winning ugly counts, especially over
district opponents.
Far be it from first-year Palatka
coach Alan Rick, then, to complain on a
night the Panthers more errors than
they had in their first five games – and
still won.
They survived four errors and five
unearned runs to outlast Orange Park
Ridgeview 9-7 on a cold Friday night at
the Azalea Bowl.
Justin Crouse went 3-for-3 and
Clayton Faircloth had four RBI as
Palatka improved to 5-1 overall and 2-0
in District 4-5A. Faircloth also got his
first save, inheriting a 9-6 lead with no
outs and the bases loaded in the seventh, escaping with two strikeouts and
a sacrifice fly.
Fly balls proved an adventure for
both teams in an intermittent breeze,
but Ridgeview outfielders paid a higher
price, getting turned around on a couple of early hits that went for extra
bases.
It was hardly a pretty game, but Rick
liked the bottom line.
“We got the job done. A win is a win,
especially in district over a scrappy
team,” he said. “We preach defense,
defense, defense. We made more errors
tonight than we did in the previous five
games.”
Even so, Palatka came back after
trailing 4-3 and 5-4 and backed its
pitchers with a 10-hit offense despite
the uneven defense.
Sophomore Cody Mills (2-0) pitched
the first five innings, striking out five,
walking one and allowing five hits. He
was charged with five runs, but only
one was earned.
“He did a good job. None of the (four)
second-inning runs were his fault. He
should have been out of the inning with
no runs,” Rick said. “He gave us five
good innings. If our (starting) pitchers
can give us five, with our bullpen, I’ll
take that.”
The game began like a rerun of a
10-0 rout at Ridgeview Thursday afternoon. Brent Summers and Crouse drew
one-out walks, then Clellan Barnes
doubled over an onrushing right fielder,
scoring Summers. Faircloth sent a tworun single up the middle. He was
thrown out trying for second, though,
and nothing came of Teyler Tipton’s
triple to right.
Back came Ridgeview (2-5, 0-4) with
four runs in the second, all with two out
and keyed by two errors, along with a
two-run triple by No. 8 batter Christian
Draper and an RBI double by No. 9 batter Hunter Morris. It was 4-4 after
Crouse delivered a two-out, RBI single
See PANTHERS, Page 9A
Gators resume pursuit of Donovan’s 500th win
By Mark Long
Associated Press
GAINESVILLE — Florida coach Billy
Donovan will have his best player on the
floor for his third attempt at win No. 500.
Donovan, however, could be without
leading scorer Michael Frazier II and fel-
low guard Eli Carter against Tennessee
tonight.
Donovan reinstated Dorian FinneySmith on Friday after the junior forward
missed three games for an unspecified violation of team rules.
“He served his penalty,” Donovan said.
“He did all the things we asked him to do
and expected him to do.”
Finney-Smith missed nearly a week of
practice following his suspension, but
Donovan said it’s “over and done with.”
Donovan added that Finney-Smith has a
chance to return to the starting lineup.
TONIGHT
Tennessee
at Florida
ESPN2,
6 p.m.
See GATORS, Page 9A
2/28/15 12:40 AM
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SCOREBOARD
CALENDAR
NOTE: Schedules are submitted by
schools, leagues and recreation
departments and are subject to
change without notice.
SATURDAY, February 28
HIGH SCHOOL
Wrestling
At The Villages Charter School
Palatka, Interlachen at District 5-1A
Tournament, 10 a.m.
COLLEGE
Baseball
Florence Darlington Tech (S.C.) at
SJRSC, 11 a.m.
SUNDAY, March 1
COLLEGE
Baseball
Jackson (Mich.) at SJRSC, 2 p.m.
MONDAY, March 2
HIGH SCHOOL
Softball
Gainesville Countryside Christian vs.
Peniel Baptist at Rotary Park, 6 p.m.
Baseball
Gainesville Countryside Christian vs.
Peniel Baptist at Francis Youth
Complex, 6 p.m.
Jacksonville Episcopal at Palatka, 7
p.m.
Girls Tennis
Ocala St. John Lutheran at Crescent
City, 2:45 p.m.
TIDES
Palatka City Dock
High Low
Today ---------.12:02P 6:38A,7:22P
March 1 12:23A,12:54P 7:33A,8:14P
March 2 1:13A,1:40P 8:25A,9:01P
March 3 1:58A,2:22P 9:12A,9:43P
St. Augustine Beach
High
Low
Today
3:56A,4:18P 10:19A,10:30P
March 1 4:51A,5:12P 11:11A,11:23P
March 2 5:40A,5:59P 11:59A,--------March 3 6:23A,6:43P 12:12A,12:42P
LOCAL BOWLING
FUNTIME SENIORS LEAGUE
At Putnam Lanes
February 11
Standings: Old Timers, 49-19;
Satsuma 4, 44-24; Gamblers, 43.524.5; Pin Pals, 40.5-27.5; Pin Pushers,
37.5-30.5; Bowl Movement, 37-31; Odd
Balls, 37-31; Oldies But Goodies,
34-34; Unbowlievable, 33-35; Pin
Chasers, 26.5-41.5; Aces, 21-47.
High scratch game, team: Old
Timers, 686; Odd Balls, 666;
Unbowlievable, 655.
High handicap game, team:
Unbowlievable, 887; Odd Balls, 862;
Old Timers, 842.
High scratch series, team: Old
Timers, 2,003; Odd Balls, 1,930;
Satsuma 4, 1,861.
High handicap series, team: Odd
Balls, 2,518; Unbowlievable, 2,479; Old
Timers, 2,471.
High scratch game, men: Jay
Crowe, 193; Nick Straniero, 189;
Leonard Strong, 186; Mike Howland,
186.
High handicap game, men: Leonard
Strong, 237; Wayne Sapp, 231; Paul
Henkemeyer, 229.
High scratch series, men: Jay
Crowe, 555; Mike Howland, 543; Sim
Suter, 538.
High handicap series, men:
Leonard Strong, 667; Wayne Sapp,
667; Jay Crowe, 645.
High scratch game, women: Sonya
Shippee, 191; Joyce Cowan, 173;
Nancy Suter, 171.
High handicap game, women:
Joyce Cowan, 241; Joan Holley, 239;
Sonya Shippee, 237.
High scratch series, women: Sonya
Shippee, 549; Martina Stinson, 461;
Nancy Suter, 461.
High handicap series, women:
Sonya Shippee, 687; Martina Stinson,
638; Nancy Suter, 629.
Splits converted: Leonard Strong,
3-10; Mike Bair, 5-10; Ralph Lambert,
3-9-10; Bill Canterbury, 3-10; Nick
Straniero, 4-9; Sim Suter, 5-7; Jay
Crowe, 5-7.
PREP BASEBALL
Palatka 9, Ridgeview 7
Ridgeview040 011 1–7 8 1
Palatka310 041 x–9 10 4
Harris, Robison (5) and Oliveira.
Mills, Tilton (6), Faircloth (7) and
Barnes. W–Mills, 2-0. L–Harris. S–
Faircloth, 1. 3B–Orange Park
Ridgeview: Draper; Palatka: Faircloth,
Tipton. 2B–Orange Park Ridgeview:
Harris; Palatka: Barnes.
Records: Palatka 5-1 (2-0), Orange
Park Ridgeview 2-5 (0-4)
Pierson Taylor 10, Crescent City 0
Crescent City 000 00– 0 0 6
Pierson Taylor
1
33 3x–10 5 0
Horvath and Reiter. Campbell and
Cade. W–Campbell. L–Horvath, 0-1.
2B–Pierson Taylor: Cade, Campbell.
Records: Crescent City 3-4 (0-1),
SATURDAY
COLLEGE BASEBALL
SEC Network
California at Arkansas
SEC Network
Arizona at Mississippi State
1 p.m.
Golf Channel
3 p.m.
NBC
1 a.m.
Golf Channel
5 a.m.
Golf Channel
GOLF
PGA Honda Classic, third round, at
Palm Beach Gardens
Honda LPGA Thailand, final round,
at Chonburi
European PGA Joburg Open, final
round, at Johannesburg
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Noon
CBS
Georgetown at St. John’s
Noon
ESPN
Michigan at Maryland
Noon
ESPN2
Louisville at Florida State
Noon
ESPNews
East Carolina at UCF
Noon
ESPNU
Missouri at Georgia
Noon
Sun Sports
North Carolina State at Boston Col lege
Noon
WJXT-Channel 4
Georgia Tech at Clemson
12:30p.m.
NBC Sports
Rhode Island at La Salle
2 p.m.
CBS
North Carolina at Miami
2 p.m.
ESPN
Northern Iowa at Wichita State
2 p.m.
ESPN2
Dayton at VCU
2 p.m.
ESPNews
Cincinnati at Tulane
2 p.m.
ESPNU
TCU at Oklahoma
2 p.m.
FOX
Villanova at Xavier
2 p.m.
Sun Sports
Mississippi at LSU
4 p.m.
CBS
Arkansas at Kentucky
4 p.m.
ESPN2
Iowa State at Kansas State
4 p.m.
ESPNews
Oklahoma State at Texas Tech
4 p.m.
ESPNU
West Virginia at Baylor
4 p.m.
Sun Sports
Alabama at Vanderbilt
4 p.m.
WJXT-Channel 4
Virginia Tech at Virginia
5 p.m.
ESPN
Texas at Kansas
6 p.m.
ESPN2
Tennessee at Florida
6 p.m.
ESPNU
Iowa at Penn State
6 p.m.
SEC Network
Mississippi at South Carolina
7 p.m.
ESPN
Syracuse at Duke
8 p.m.
ESPN2
Boise State at San Diego State
8 p.m.
ESPNU
Tulsa at Memphis
8:30 p.m.
SEC Network
Auburn at Texas A&M
9 p.m.
ESPN
Arizona at Utah
10 p.m.
ESPN2
BYU at Gonzaga
10 p.m.
ESPNU
New Mexico at Fresno State
Midnight
ESPN2
UC Irvine at UC Santa Barbara
Midnight
ESPNU
CIAA championship, teams TBD,
at Charlotte, N.C.
6 p.m.
8 p.m.
NHL
Rangers at Flyers
SKIING
NBC Sports
USSA Grand Prix, at Park City,
2:30 p.m.
Utah
7 p.m.
7:40 a.m.
9:55 a.m.
NASL SOCCER
WCWJ-Channel 11 Jacksonville at Fort Lauderdale
Pierson Taylor 6-1 (1-0)
Peniel 4, Ocala Meadowbrook 3
Meadowbrook 011 001 0–3 1 2
Peniel
000 301 x–4 3 1
Noah Staub and Nicolas Staub.
Dodge and Varner. W–Dodge, 1-1.
L–Noah Staub, 0-1.
Records: Peniel Baptist 1-5, Ocala
Meadowbrook 0-3
Interlachen 9, P.K. Yonge 4
Interlachen220 211 1–9 11 1
P.K. Yonge000 011 2–4 4 2
McCole and Allen. Carlton Litzkow,
Lee (4) and Clayton Litzkow. W–
McCole, 1-1. L–Carlton Litzkow. 2B–
Interlachen: Sellers.
Records: Interlachen 2-4 (1-2), P.K.
Yonge 2-5 (1-3).
PREP SOFTBALL
Pierson Taylor 16, Crescent City 0
Pierson Taylor
029 05–16 21 0
Crescent City
000 00– 0
1 5
Cowart and Gagnon, Adams (5); Liles
and Lepanto; W–Cowart, 6-3. L–
Liles, 2-5. 2B–Pierson Taylor: Cowart,
Neely 3; Crescent City: Molter.
Records: Pierson Taylor 6-4 (1-0),
Crescent City 2-5 (0-1).
LOCAL COLLEGE
SOFTBALL
SJR State Round Robin Invitational
SJR State 2, St. Petersburg 1
St. Petersburg 100 000 0–1 7 3
SJRSC
000 011 x–2 5 1
Kovalsky, Williams (4) and Skipper;
Scharf and Valle; W–Scharf, 10-4. L–
Williams. 2B–St. Petersburg:
Bazylak; SJRSC: Brock.
SJR State 5, St. Petersburg 2
Broward
101 000 0–2 5 2
SJRSC
000 023 x–5 9 1
Loudermilk and Bugter; Brock and
Valle; W–Brock, 8-2. L–Loudermilk;
2B–Broward: Brewer, Loudermilk;
SJRSC: Montgomery.
Records: SJR State 18-6, Broward
4-14, St. Petersburg 14-8.
BASEBALL
SJR State 5, Glen Oaks (Mich.) 1
Glen Oaks010 000 0–1 4 1
SJR State122 000 x–5 7 0
Bryan, Reincke (6) and Lansky.
Toelken and Harris. W–Toelken, 3-1.
Reed leads, McIlroy misses cut
L–Bryan (0-1). 3B–SJRSC: Rhodes.
2B–SJRSC: Agosto, Avery.
Records: SJR State 20-4, Glen Oaks
1-4.
NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LPctGB
37 21.638 —
Toronto
Boston
2333.411 13
Brooklyn
2333.411 13
13 45.224 24
Philadelphia
New York
11 46.19325½
Southeast Division
W LPctGB
Atlanta
46 12.793 —
33 26.55913½
Washington
25 32.43920½
Miami
2333.411 22
Charlotte
19 41.317 28
Orlando
Central Division
W LPctGB
Chicago
37 22.627 —
37 23.617 ½
Cleveland
Milwaukee
32 25.561 4
24 34.41412½
Indiana
Detroit
23 35.39713½
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W LPctGB
Memphis
41 16.719 —
40 18.690 1½
Houston
Dallas
39 21.650 3½
34 23 .596
7
San Antonio
New Orleans
31 27.53410½
Northwest Division
W LPctGB
37 19.661 —
Portland
Oklahoma City 32 26 .552
6
22 35.38615½
Utah
Denver
20 38.345 18
13 44.22824½
Minnesota
Pacific Division
W LPctGB
Golden State
45 11 .804 —
L.A. Clippers
38 21 .644 8½
31 28.52515½
Phoenix
20 35.36424½
Sacramento
15 41 .268 30
L.A. Lakers
Thursday’s Games
Cleveland 110, Golden State 99
Phoenix 117, Oklahoma City 113, OT
Friday’s Games
Philadelphia 89, Washington 81
Indiana 93, Cleveland 86
Atlanta 95, Orlando 88
Golden State 113, Toronto 89
New York 121, Detroit 115,2OT
Boston 106, Charlotte 98
PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER
NBC Sports
Crystal Palace at West Ham
NBC Sports
Sunderland at Manchester United
TRACK AND FIELD
4 p.m.
NBC Sports
USA Indoor Championships, at
Boston
4 p.m.
8 p.m.
8 p.m.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
FS Florida
Baylor at Iowa State
FS Florida
Kansas at Oklahoma
Sun Sports
Oklahoma State at Texas Tech
1 p.m.
FOX
SUNDAY
AUTO RACING
NASCAR Sprint Cup QuikTrip 500,
at Hampton, Ga.
Noon
COLLEGE BASEBALL
SEC Network
Clemson at South Carolina
1 p.m.
3 p.m.
Golf Channel
NBC
2 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
4 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
CBS
SMU at Connecticut
Fox Sports 1
Marquette at Providence
CBS
Michigan State at Wisconsin
ESPNU
Pittsburgh at Wake Forest
Fox Sports 1
Oregon at Stanford
ESPNU
Arizona State at Colorado
Fox Sports 1
Washington State at UCLA
1 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
6 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
ABC
ABC
FS Florida
ESPN
NBA
Clippers at Bulls
Cavaliers at Rockets
Hornets at Magic
Thunder at Lakers
5 p.m.
8 p.m.
Sun Sports
NBC Sports
NHL
Lightning at Panthers Ducks at Stars
7 a.m.
9 a.m.
PREMIER LEAGUE SOCCER
NBC Sports
Manchester City at Liverpool
NBC Sports
Everton at Arsenal
GOLF
PGA Honda Classic, final round, at
Palm Beach Gardens
SKIING
2:30 p.m.
NBC Sports
USSA Grand Prix, at Park City, Utah
TRACK AND FIELD
4 p.m.
NBC Sports
USA Indoor Championships, at
Boston
1
1
3
3
3
5
5
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
ESPN2
Texas at West Virginia
Sun Sports
Louisville at Virginia
ESPN2
North Carolina at Duke
FS Florida
Florida State at Miami
SEC Network
Georgia at Florida
ESPN2
South Carolina at Kentucky
SEC Network
Vanderbilt at Tennessee
7
7
9
9
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
ESPN
Virginia at Syracuse
ESPNU
Baylor at Texas
ESPN
Oklahoma at Iowa State
ESPNU
Boston College at Virginia Tech
MEN’S COLLEGE HOCKEY
NBC Sports
Boston College at Notre Dame
NBC
GOLF
WEEKEND TELEVISION
AUTO RACING
9 a.m.
Fox Sports 1
NASCAR Xfinity pole qualifying for
Hisense 250, at Hampton, Ga.
10:30 a.m. Fox Sports 1
NASCAR Truck pole qualifying for
Hyundai Construction Equipment
200, at Hampton, Ga.
Noon
Fox Sports 1
NASCAR Sprint Cup “Happy Hour
Series” final practice for QuikTrip
500, at Hampton, Ga.
2 p.m.
Fox Sports 1
NASCAR Xfinity Hisense 250, at
Hampton, Ga.
5:30 p.m.
Fox Sports 1
NASCAR Truck Hyundai Construc
tion Equipment 200, at Hampton, Ga.
Noon
3 p.m.
SPORTS BRIEFS
7 p.m.
8 p.m.
MONDAY
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
ESPN2
Connecticut at South Florida
FS Florida
Texas Tech at Baylor
New Orleans 104, Miami 102
Chicago 96, Minnesota 89
Houston 102, Brooklyn 98
L.A. Clippers 97, Memphis 79
Utah 104, Denver 82
San Antonio at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Milwaukee at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Portland, 10:30 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Detroit at Washington, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Toronto at New York, 7:30 p.m.
Memphis at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Brooklyn at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
San Antonio at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Milwaukee at Utah, 9 p.m.
Hawks 95, Magic 88
ORLANDO
Harris 5-9 3-4 15, Frye 3-10 1-1 10,
Vucevic 10-16 1-2 21, Payton 2-8
0-0 4, Oladipo 8-18 1-2 19, Dedmon
2-2 0-2 4, Green 3-6 1-2 9,
Nicholson 1-3 0-0 2, O’Quinn 0-0 0-0
0, Ridnour 1-3 0-0 2, Harkless 1-5
0-0 2. Totals 36-80 7-13 88.
ATLANTA
Carroll 6-12 0-0 15, Millsap 8-17 0-2
20, Horford 7-9 3-4 17, Teague 6-15
4-4 17, Korver 2-5 2-2 8, Antic 1-3
0-0 3, Bazemore 3-5 0-0 7, Schroder
1-8 0-0 3, Mack 1-2 0-0 3, Scott 1-5
0-0 2. Totals 36-81 9-12 95.
Orlando
16292221—88
28143419—95
Atlanta
3-Point Goals—Orlando 9-26 (Frye
3-8, Green 2-3, Harris 2-4, Oladipo
2-5, Harkless 0-2, Ridnour 0-2,
Nicholson 0-2), Atlanta 14-31 (Millsap
4-7, Carroll 3-6, Korver 2-5, Antic 1-1,
Schroder 1-2, Bazemore 1-2, Mack
1-2, Teague 1-4, Scott 0-2). Fouled
Out—Frye. Rebounds—Orlando 50
(Vucevic 15), Atlanta 48 (Horford 13).
Assists—Orlando 22 (Oladipo 6),
Atlanta 27 (Teague 7). Total Fouls—
Orlando 17, Atlanta 12. Technicals—
Millsap. A—18,968 (18,729).
NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
GP W LOTPts GF GA
Montreal
614016 5 85167135
Tampa Bay 633819 6 82207167
Detroit
603415 11 79176156
Boston
613022 9 69161160
Florida
612622 13 65145172
592623 10 62167161
Ottawa
Toronto
612531 5 55170185
621938 5 43120207
Buffalo
Metropolitan Division
GP W LOTPts GF GA
N.Y. Islanders634120 2 84202174
N.Y. Rangers 603816 6 82190148
Pittsburgh
613517 9 79176152
Washington 633320 10 76184159
Philadelphia 622625 11 63164181
New Jersey 622527 10 60139164
Columbus
602630 4 56157189
602330 7 53137159
Carolina
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
GP W LOTPts GF GA
Nashville
624114 7 89188147
St. Louis
613918 4 82190152
633721 5 79183150
Chicago
Winnipeg
633120 12 74174170
Minnesota 613222 7 71173160
Colorado
622724 11 65166179
Dallas
622725 10 64195207
Pacific Division
GP W LOTPts GF GA
623817 7 83182174
Anaheim
Vancouver 613523 3 73174162
Los Angeles 602919 12 70162153
623325 4 70175160
Calgary
San Jose
623024 8 68173177
622035 7 47137210
Arizona
Edmonton 621834 10 46142206
NOTE: Two points for a win, one
point for overtime loss.
Thursday’s Games
St. Louis 2, Winnipeg 1, SO
Buffalo 6, Vancouver 3
N.Y. Rangers 4, Arizona 3
Montreal 5, Columbus 2
Toronto 3, Philadelphia 2
Chicago 3, Florida 0
Minnesota 4, Nashville 2
Ottawa 1, Los Angeles 0
Detroit 3, San Jose 2
Friday’s Games
Colorado 5, Dallas 4, SO
Boston 3, New Jersey 2, OT
N.Y. Islanders 2, Calgary 1
Carolina 3, Washington 0
Tampa Bay 4, Chicago 0
Los Angeles at Anaheim, 10 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Buffalo at Florida, 3 p.m.
Detroit at Nashville, 3 p.m.
Carolina at N.Y. Islanders, 5 p.m.
New Jersey at Columbus, 5 p.m.
Arizona at Boston, 5:30 p.m.
Toronto at Montreal, 7 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 8 p.m.
Minnesota at Colorado, 10 p.m.
St. Louis at Edmonton, 10 p.m.
Ottawa at San Jose, 10 p.m.
PALM BEACH GARDENS — Rory McIlroy’s
first PGA Tour event in five months lasted only
two days.
His road to the Masters hit a speed bump Friday
in the Honda Classic when the world’s No. 1 player
managed only one birdie in the rain, stumbled
badly down the stretch and headed home for the
weekend after a 4-over 74, the first time in nearly
a year he had consecutive rounds over par.
The cut officially will not be made until Saturday
because of a rain delay of nearly four hours, though
he knew the score. And he wasn’t happy about it.
“I don’t like missing cuts,” McIlroy said. “You
want to be playing on the weekend, and I’m not
there. I’m not going to be playing this weekend,
which is not nice.”
It was pleasant enough for Patrick Reed, who
recovered from a double bogey early in his round
by playing bogey-free the rest of the way for another 67. He was the clubhouse leader at 6-under 134.
None of the late starters had enough light to play
more than 12 holes before the second round was
suspended by darkness.
NBA
Rose expected to return
CHICAGO — The Chicago Bulls can breathe a
little easier. They expect Derrick Rose to return
this season from his latest knee surgery.
General manager Gar Forman said the star
point guard will miss 4-6 weeks after the operation
Friday to fix a medial meniscus tear in his right
knee. Forman described it as a quick outpatient
procedure and said Rose was able to walk out of
the hospital.
Rose played in only 10 games last season before
having surgery for a similar injury in November
2013, cutting short his long-awaited comeback
from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left
knee.
BASEBALL
Spring over for Braves’ Upton
KISSIMMEE — Atlanta Braves outfielder
Melvin Upton is expected to miss the rest of spring
training because of inflammation in his left foot.
The team announced Upton’s condition Friday
after he underwent an X-ray and MRI exam.
Upton’s foot will be placed in a short leg cast for
two weeks, then in a walking boot from four to six
weeks. The team said he will likely be able to
resume baseball activities in early April, about the
time the Braves are opening the regular season.
Upton was diagnosed with sesamoiditis, which
is inflammation in the bone behind the ball of the
foot.
–Associated Press
Panthers
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in the home half.
Ridgeview regained the lead with a run in the top of
the fifth, but Palatka answered with four. Crouse hit
his second RBI single of the night and after Barnes
was hit by a pitch, Faircloth hit a two-run triple to
dead center for a 7-5 lead. Jacob Tincher’s pinch-hit
single made it 8-5.
Crouse got his third hit in the bottom of the sixth,
raced to third on a throwing error and scored on
Barnes’ single to right.
“He’s knocking the cover off it,” said Rick of Crouse.
“We did some tweaking with (Faircloth’s) swing
Wednesday. He didn’t feel right (Thursday), but he
stuck with it and had two big at-bats tonight.”
Crouse was 3-3, Faircloth 2-4 and Barnes 2-3. The
other Palatka hits were Tipton’s triple and singles by
Tincher and Summers.
SJRSC
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Roundup
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8A
“For his first district start with
the varsity, he did well,” said IHS
coach Jeff Finch. “When he did
walk one, he’d serve up a ground
ball. He also picked a couple of
guys off.”
n Pierson Taylor’s Tanner
Campbell pitched a five-inning
no-hitter as the Wildcats downed
visiting Crescent City, 10-0, in a
District 8-1A contest.
A fourth-inning walk to
Brandon Reiter was all that kept
Gators
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“The fair thing to do is to move
forward and give him an opportunity to play and help us as much
as he can,” Donovan said.
Finney-Smith is the team’s
second-leading scorer (12.9) and
leading rebounding (5.8). He also
ranks second on the team with 37
3-pointers.
The Gators (13-15, 6-9
Southeastern Conference) went
1-2 without Finney-Smith, who
was voted the league’s sixth man
of the year last season.
The 4x800 Panther relay team
Campbell from a perfect game.
Dakota Horvath struck out of Lavarus Smith, Jordan Dixon,
seven, but the Raiders (3-4, 0-1) Peyton Snyder and Hayden
Herrington was sixth in 9:16. The
made six errors behind him.
Panthers finished 14th out of 17
TRACK AND FIELD
teams with 22 points. Host FPC
n Palatka’s Eron Carter placed won with 116 points.
second out of 55 competitors in
SOFTBALL
the discus at the East Coast
n District 8-1A rival Pierson
Classic at Flagler Palm Coast.
Carter was second with a Taylor reminded Crescent City
throw of 154-foot-2, while in the why the Wildcats are the top
shot put, Carter was fourth with team.
Cameron Neely went 4-for-4
a throw of 44-5. Senior teammate
Bryan Williams had a big day, with three runs and two RBI,
too, finishing third in the shot Kathryn Hearn was 3-for-4 with
put ahead of Carter with a throw two runs scored and an RBI and
Rachael Robinson was 3-for-4
of 45-7.
His return should give
Donovan a better chance at
reaching the career milestone,
which he failed to do at LSU and
Missouri the last two games.
Donovan is trying to become the
second coach in Division I history
to get 500 wins before his 50th
birthday. Hall of Famer Bob
Knight is only other to accomplish the feat.
But it’s no slam dunk to happen this season. The Gators have
lost six of seven, a stretch that
left them needing to win the SEC
tournament to make to the NCAA
field. They close out the regular
season against the Volunteers
(14-13, 6-9), at home against
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Frazier’s absence has been a
significant setback.
The junior guard and team’s
leading scorer has missed the
last five games with a high-ankle
sprain and wasn’t expected to do
much in practice Friday.
“He’s actually shooting the ball
and he’s running OK, but the bigger issue is him stopping and
starting,” Donovan said. “He still
has some significant pain. I don’t
feel great that that’s going to go
away between now and Saturday.
I think for him, he wants to try it
just to see where he’s at.”
Carter is the latest addition to
with three runs scored and
Kaylee Cowart went all five
innings, throwing one-hit ball, as
the Wildcats throttled the
Raiders, 16-0, at Crescent City.
Allie Carroll was 2-for-4 with
two runs and two RBI, Taylor
Teftt was 2-for-3 with three RBI,
Lex Peterson was 2-for-4 with a
run and an RBI, Aleah Sanchez
was 2-for-2 with a run and an
RBI and Cowart went 2-for-3
with two runs to pace a 21-hit
attack.
Cowart walked none, struck
out four and allowed just one hit,
a third-inning double by Loris
Molter.
Florida’s injury list.
He missed practice Thursday
with strep throat, the second
time he’s dealt with the viral
infection this season. Carter
missed nearly 10 days and
dropped 13 pounds the last time
he had strep throat.
“They’ve got him on medication
right now,” Donovan said. “We’ll
see how he’s feeling and what we
can get out of him, if anything.”
Finney-Smith, meanwhile, has
been Florida’s most consistent
player. He’s scored double figures
in 16 of his last 18 games, and
was coming off his first doubledouble of the season before the
suspension.
Hunter Scharf (10-4) protected it from there. The
lefthander scattered seven hits, walked none and
struck out two in going the distance.
Brock, who has a perfect game against Broward,
allowed two runs on five hits, walking one batter,
hitting another and striking out six. Brock is 8-2
with three of those wins against Broward. She also
has a save against Broward.
Wildes and Valle each had three hits in the doubleheader, while Montgomery and Francesca
Gazarato added two hits. Strong, Leduc, Wilson and
Brock added one hit apiece in the doubleheader.
The Vikings will host Pasco-Hernando (2-10), who
they swept on Thursday, on Thursday and Grand
Rapids (Mich.) on Friday in twinbills before the MidFlorida Conference schedule kicks in on March 10
when the Vikings go to Lake-Sumter.
BASEBALL
n Andy Toelken turned in a seven-inning complete game, striking out nine as SJR State reached
the 20-win plateau with a 5-1 victory over
Michigan’s Glen Oaks Community College at
Tindall Field.
Toelken (3-1) walked just one and allowed four
hits, all singles. The Vikings (20-4) scored all their
runs in the first three innings.
“(Toelken) was pretty much in control the whole
night,” said St. Johns coach Ross Jones. “We only
had seven hits, but there were another five balls
that were really hard hit. The Glen Oaks kid did a
really good job on us after the second inning.”
Wes Weeks was 2-for-3. Matthew Rhodes tripled
and Nick Agosto and Cletis Avery both doubled.
Kyle Hann and Harlan Harris were both 1-2,
Hann with two RBI and three stolen bases.
The Vikings host South Carolina’s Florence
Darlington Tech today at 11 a.m., then face another Michigan team, Jackson College on Sunday.
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Community turns out to bid troops farewell
Above, an officer with Palatka’s A Battery 1-265 National Guard Unit speaks during a
deployment ceremony at Palatka’s Riverfront Friday. Top right, members of Palatka’s A Battery
1-265 National Guard Unit are seated during a deployment ceremony to honor them before they
are deployed to Afghanistan. Right center, four planes perform a fly-over Friday during the
National Guard deployment ceremony. More than 37 members of the National Guard Unit,
including soldiers from Putnam County, will ship out to Oklahoma in March for training. After the
training, they will head over to Afghanistan in June. The deployment should last no longer than
400 days.
Left, members of the National
Guard line up during a
deployment ceremony attended
by a crowd of hundreds of local
residents as well as county,
Palatka and school officials.
Right, A student with in the
Putnam County School District
recites an essay during the
ceremony. Students from
schools throughout the county
showed up to the ceremony to
read essays about freedom,
sing patriotic songs and perform
other musical numbers.
Photos by
CHRIS DEVITTO /
Palatka Daily News
German Parliament approves
Greece’s bailout extension
By Geir Moulson
Associated Press
BERLIN — Germany’s
Parliament overwhelmingly
approved the four-month
extension of Greece’s financial
bailout on Friday, despite
unease over the new government in Athens.
Lawmakers voted 542-32 to
back the bailout extension.
There were 13 abstentions.
Greece was granted the
extension by its European creditors, ensuring it remains solvent and does not run the risk
of falling out of the euro, but
only in exchange for a commitment to budget reforms.
Germany is among the countries that needed to approve the
deal in its national parliament.
“This is not about new billions for Greece, not about
changing this program,”
Finance Minister Wolfgang
Schaeuble assured Parliament
ahead of the vote. “It’s about
providing additional time to
complete this program successfully.”
Comments by Greek officials casting doubt on privatization deals and raising the
possibility of further debt
relief had irked some in
Germany in the run-up to the
vote.
Schaeuble said that “we
Germans should do everything to keep Europe together
and bring it together, as far as
we can.”
Germany, a key creditor
nation, has been among the
strongest advocates of unpopular spending cuts and insists
aid must come with strings
attached.
Schaeuble told lawmakers
that the eurozone is on the
right track. “We must stick to
this course and we must say to
our colleagues in Greece that,
with all respect for voters’
decision in Greece, Greece
alone cannot decide in Europe
what the right path is.”
Left-wing Prime Minister
Alexis Tsipras, who led the
winning party in Jan. 25 elections, promised to scrap bailout agreements and supervision, and demand a massive
write-down of Greece’s 240
billion-euro ($272 billion) bailout debt.
However, his government
has backed off key demands
and secured a bailout extension by pledging a series of
policy measures including
adherence to certain reforms.
A minority of lawmakers in
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s
conservative bloc has consistently refused to support bailouts for European strugglers.
On Friday 29 of the 311 conservative lawmakers voted
against, a few more than
expected, three abstained and
another 17 didn’t vote.
Still, Merkel’s current coalition with the center-left Social
Democrats holds four-fifths of
the parliamentary seats and,
with opposition support as well,
approval for the bailout extension always looked assured.
“If you’re not traveling in
the right direction, there’s no
point in always speeding up —
you just get further from your
destination,” said Klaus-Peter
Willsch, a lawmaker from
Merkel’s Christian Democrats
and a serial rebel in bailout
votes.
He pointed to the possibility
of a further bailout package
for Greece this summer, which
Schaeuble didn’t mention, and
said that “it will never end.”
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tion of this notice is Febru2 B C L A S S I F I E D S • PA L AT K A DA I LY N E W S • S AT U R DAY, F E B R UA
RY
28, 2015
ary 28,
2015.
LEGALS
Legal Notices
FLORIDA Statute 717 property held by courts and
public agencies. All intangible property held for the
owner by any court, government or governmental
subdivision or agency,
public corporation, or public authority that has not
been claimed by the owner
for the 1 year after it became payable or distributable is presumed unclaimed. You must file with
the Clerk of Courts, proof
of ownership of unclaimed
funds on or before April 1,
2015. Proof of ownership
must consist of positive
identification, in addition to
receipts or other documentation, which will support your claim.
The following is a list of
unclaimed monies, deposited with or collected by
the Clerk of Courts, prior to
January 2014.
Tim Smith
Clerk of Circuit Court
(SEAL)
2013 CONSOLIDATED UNCLAIMED MONIES LIST
BOARD PAYROLL / 2012
Krystin Nicole Walker
722424 $377.40
Richard L. Hall 724309
$60.38
Branden James Jarvis
724328 $64.15
Jeffery L. Jernigan 724329
$60.38
Roger A. Loadholtz 724339
$90.58
Tracy Ann P latt 724361
$52.84
Charles L. Sparks 724390
$71.71
Joshua B. Strother 724393
$188.70
BOARD PAYROLL / 2013
Anthony W. Gedris 726364
$100.49
Ruth A. Bahr 727806
$180.66
BOARD ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
Watts, Kathryn 749406
$72.81
Bryant, Mamie & Renee
Taylor 749519 $63.00
Antonio Guilbeault 751405
$50.00
CLERK ACCOUNTS PAYABLE / 104
Cathy Renee Johnson
717500 $103.00
Old Town Title 718266
$59.50
TAX COLLECTOR
McCans Inc 117978 $53.28
Mozharul Hoque 117312
$56.64
Jonathan Odies 323316
$60.00
Woodrow Owens 323476
$60.00
Law Offices of Marshall
Watson 323502 $60.00
Law Offices of Marshall C.
Watson 117649 $60.95
Watson & Osborne Title
Services 117311 $62.43
Paula Feil 118109 $64.31
Arvind or Sonia Sinha
117496 $70.61
Joseph W Whittaker
323627 $72.31
Life Estate Irene Hazen
Perrin 118040 $84.71
John Billon 323834 $90.67
Edward Luke Miller 117684
$97.64
Karl Young 323701 $105.00
Gustavo Rodriquez 323603
$120.77
Jose A Cristina Beruiristain 117656 $123.81
Howard Zalkin 117628
$147.22
Kevin May 117466 $165.45
Hector Robinson 117533
$238.09
Valerie Hayne 117365
$318.98
David Mbiba or Letty
Varaidzo 117730 $367.40
Micheal or Amanda Stinchcomb 600784 $142.51
Jameshia Cewanta Jones
600817 $86.27
Tallahassee Title Group
LLC 600834 $131.38
Franklin Wade Pruitt
600814 $192.72
2/28/15
Legal No. 00031717
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR PUTNAM COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2014-364-CP
Division: 53
IN RE: ESTATE OF LOIS M.
HORTON, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Lois M. Horton,
deceased, whose date of
death was September 10,
2013, and the last four digits of whose social security number are 2348, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Putnam County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 410
St. Johns Avenue, Palatka,
FL 32177. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice is February 28, 2015.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ John Key
John Key, Esq.
Florida Bar Number:
136425
417 St. Johns Avenue,
Suite 8
Palatka, FL 32177
Telephone: (386) 385-3646
Fax: (386) 385-3644
E-Mail: [email protected]
CALL TODAY
386-312-5200
Personal Representative:
/s/ Cleaveland F. Horton
Cleaveland F. Horton
148 Old Concord turnpike
Barrington NH 03825
2/28/15, 3/7/15
Legal No.00031721
The following is a list of
unclaimed monies, deposEXPERIENCED
ited with or collected by
the Clerk of Courts, prior to
January 2014. NEEDED
DRIVERS
Immediately!
Tim Smith
Clerk of Circuit Court
(SEAL)
LOCAL
2013 CONSOLIDATED UNCLAIMED MONIES LIST
&BOARDRPAYROLL
E G I O/ 2012
NAL
Krystin Nicole Walker
WORK
72
2 4 2 4 $ 3 7 7 . 4 0age 23, good MVR
Class A CDL,Richard
Minimum
L. Hall 724309
$60.38
and Bjob
r a n dhistory
e n J a m e s required.
Jarvis
724328 $64.15
Jeffery L. Jernigan 724329
$60.38
A P PRoger
LY OA.NLoadholtz
L I N E A724339
T
$90.58
Tracy Ann Platt 724361
PritchettTrucking.com
$52.84
Charles L. Sparks 724390
$71.71
Joshua B. Strother 724393
$188.70
(800) 486-7504
BOARD PAYROLL / 2013
Anthony W. Gedris 726364
$100.49
Ruth A. Bahr 727806
$180.66
BOARD ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ John Key
John Key, Esq.
Florida Bar Number:
136425
417 St. Johns Avenue,
Suite 8
Palatka, FL 32177
Telephone: (386) 385-3646
Fax: (386) 385-3644
E-Mail: [email protected]
Personal Representative:
/s/ Cleaveland F. Horton
Cleaveland F. Horton
148 Old Concord turnpike
Barrington NH 03825
2/28/15, 3/7/15
Legal No.00031721
Demolition and removal of
two residential structures
located at 110 and 112 Cedar Street, Crescent City,
Florida 32112.
All Bids shall be submitted
in duplicate. Bids shall become the property of the
City of Crescent City and
will not be returned. Bids
will be tabulated and evaluated by the City Manager.
Bids must be good for a
period of 60 days after the
date set for the bid opening.
Structures to be demolished have been tested for
and have been determined
to have varying amounts of
Asbestos and Lead Based
Paint. Hazardous Materials
Survey Results are available from City Hall.
IN THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT
COURT FOR PUTNAM
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL
DIVISION
C A S E
N O .
14000278CAAXMX
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION ("FANNIE MAE"), A
CORPORATION ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA,
Plaintiff,
All work shall be done in
accord with specifications
and contract documents
relative thereto available at
City Hall in the office of the
City Manager or by downloading from the City’s
website at www.crescentcity-fl.com
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
that on February 5, 2015, a
petition commencing an
assignment for the benefit
of creditors pursuant to
chapter 727.111, Florida
Statutes, made by Neighborhood Bank Corporation,
assignor, with principal
place of business at 320
Round Lake Road, Palatka,
Florida 32177, to Robert
Altman, assignee, whose
address is 5256 Silver Lake
Drive, Palatka, Florida
32177, was filed on February 5, 2015.
YOU ARE HEREBY further
notified that in order to receive any divided in this
proceeding you must file a
proof of claim with the assignee or assignee's attorney, on or before June 5,
2015.
Assignee's Attorney
Allan E. Wulbern, Esquire
225 Water St., Suite 1800
Jacksonville, FL 32202
ROBERT ALTMAN, P.A.
/s/ Robert Altman
ASSIGNEE
Florida Bar No. 346861
5256 Silver Lake Dr.
Palatka, Florida 32177
(386) 325-4691
2/14/15, 2/21/15, 2/28/15,
3/7/15
Legal No. 00031354
MERCHANDISE
400
for the 1 year after it became payable or distributable is presumed unclaimed. You must file with
the Clerk of Courts, proof
of ownership of unclaimed
funds on or before April 1,
2015. Proof of ownership
must consist of positive
identification, in addition to
receipts or other documentation, which will support your claim.
All work shall be done in
accord with Florida Building Code, and any applicable local, state or federal
regulation. Liability and
worker’s compensation insurance is required.
vs.
MUI P. PHAM; et al,
Defendants.
Questions concerning this
project are to be directed
to the Office of the City
Manager (386) 698-2525.
Questions concerning the
permitting requirements
should be directed to the
City’s Building Inspection
Offices at (800) 422-9680.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MUI P. PHAM
Last Known Address
1408 SCENIC OAKS DR
ORANGE PARK, FL 32177
Current Residence is Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property in Putnam County, Florida:
PART OF FRACTIONAL
SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 8
SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST,
AND MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
FROM THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 35 RUN SOUTH
ALONG LINE DIVIDING
SECTIONS 35 AND 36 A
DISTANCE OF 1730.5
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 42
DEGREES 30 MINUTES
WEST A DISTANCE OF 66
FEET TO PRM; THENCE
SOUTH 55 DEGREES
WEST ALONG ST. JOHNS
AVENUE A DISTANCE OF
400 FEET TO POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THIS DESCRIPTION; THENCE
SOUTH 35 DEGREES EAST
A DISTANCE OF 369 FEET
TO THE WEST BANK OF
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER;
THENCE SOUTH 50 DEGREES 15 MINUTES WEST
ALONG SAID ST. JOHNS
RIVER A DISTANCE OF
101.3 FEET TO A 66 FOOT
STREET; THENCE NORTH
35 DEGREES WEST
ALONG SAID 66 FOOT
STREET A DISTANCE OF
367 FEET TO PRM;
THENCE NORTH 55 DEGREES EAST ALONG ST.
JOHNS AVENUE AND TO
CLOSE.
ALL ACCORDING TO THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it
on SHD Legal Group, P.A.,
Plaintiff's attorneys, whose
address is PO BOX 11438
Fort Lauderdale, FL 333391438, (954) 564-0071, [email protected]
, within 30 days from first
date of publication, and file
the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorneys or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
DATED on January 9, 2015
TIM SMITH
As Clerk of the Court
Bidder’s qualifications
must be satisfactory to the
Owner. The City reserves
the right to waive informalities in any bid, to accept
any bid they consider to be
from the lowest responsible bidder and to reject
any and all bids. The City
of Crescent City is an
Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work
Place.
2/28/15
Legal No. 00031659
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 15-000057-CA
IN RE: NEIGHBORHOOD
BANK CORPORATION, Assignor,
TO: CREDITORS AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
that on February 5, 2015, a
petition commencing an
assignment for the benefit
of creditors pursuant to
chapter 727.111, Florida
Statutes, made by Neighborhood Bank Corporation,
assignor, with principal
place of business at 320
Round Lake Road, Palatka,
Florida 32177, to Robert
Altman, assignee, whose
address is 5256 Silver Lake
Drive, Palatka, Florida
32177, was filed on February 5, 2015.
Appliances
Side-by-side fridge
35"W, in good shape.
Must see to appreciate!
$175 OBO 386-325-3779
Building
Materials
Approximately 6,0007,000 red deco building
bricks, take all for $0.29
each. 386-325-7649
Fuel Oil &
Firewood
386-684-3116
* R&J Wood Service *
Blackjack Oak, Oak,
$75/load delivered.
Hyde's: 386-326-6272
Seasoned Firewood:
Blackjack, $70/pickup
load. Delivered locally.
Furniture &
Upholstery
Antique buffet $150; grey
executive desk chair $35.
Can email pics. Please lv
msg: 706-969-4878
Antique secretary $75.
Jenny Lind twin frame
$125. Fern stand $25.
Rocker $20. 684-2704
Programming Controls
Technician
YOU ARE HEREBY further
notified that in order to receive
any divided
in this
TAMKO®
Building
Products, Inc. is
proceeding you must file a
oneofofclaim
the with
nation’s
largest independent
proof
the assignee
or assignee'sof
attormanufacturers
residential and
ney, on or before June 5,
2015.
commercial roofing products (including
MetalWorks®
Assignee's
Attorney Steel Shingles), decking
Allan
Wulbern,
Esquire
andE.railing
products,
waterproofing,
225 Water St., Suite 1800
cements FL
and
coatings. With nearly 70
Jacksonville,
32202
years in the industry, TAMKO’s success
ROBERT ALTMAN, P.A.
/s/isRobert
Altman result of teamwork and
the direct
ASSIGNEE
enduring
relationships
with customers,
Florida
Bar No.
346861
5256
Silver Lake
Dr. employees. Privately
suppliers
and
Palatka, Florida 32177
owned,
TAMKO is committed to
(386)
325-4691
producing quality products with superior
more information,
visit our website at www.tamko.com.
2/14/15, 2/21/15, 2/28/15,
3/7/15
product support. For
Legal No. 00031354
By: /s/ Ruth Milligan
As Deputy Clerk
ATTENTION: Persons With
Disabilities, if you are a
person with a disability
who needs accommodations in order to participate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provisions of
certain assistance. Please
contact Court Administration, 125 East Orange Avenue, Suite 300, Daytona
Beach, Florida 32114; Telephone No: (386) 257-6096,
within (2) days of your receipt of this notice. If you
are hearing impaired, call
1-800-955-8771; if you are
voice impaired, call 1-800955-8770. THIS IS NOT A
COURT INFORMATION
LINE.
2/28/15, 3/7/15
Legal No.00031714
INVITATION TO BID
DEMOLITION and
REMOVAL
DESIGNATED CRESCENT
CITY PROPERTIES
CRESCENT CITY,
FLORIDA 32112
Sealed Bids will be received by Patrick Kennedy,
City Manager, until 10:00
a.m. on Thursday March
19, 2015, at 3 N. Summit
Street, Crescent City, Florida, 32112, at which time
and place all bids received
will be publicly opened and
read aloud for furnishing
all materials, labor, equipment and technical expertise for:
TAMKO is seeking a Programming
Controls Technician at our manufacturing
facility in Green Cove Springs, Florida.
The Programming Controls Technician
will provide support by optimizing
the efficiency and reliability of new
and existing technical processes and
simple installations. In addition, the
Programming Controls Technician will be
responsible for basic troubleshooting,
must be able to work a flexible work
schedule, and provide technical support
for the above identified platforms. An
associate’s degree in PLC Programing/
Electrical Technician is required.
In addition to an attractive wage, this
position offers a competitive benefits
package including Group Health and Life
Insurance, Vision and Dental Insurance,
a Flexible Benefits Plan, a 401 (k)
Retirement Plan with a company match, a
Profit Sharing Retirement Plan, and other
benefits.
Interested candidates should submit a
resume and apply online at TAMKO’s
Career Website located at
www.tamko.com/careers.
TAMKO is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Demolition and removal of
two residential structures
located at 110 and 112 Cedar Street, Crescent City,
Florida 32112.
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Used Mowers for Sale:
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Futch's Power Depot
625 S. Hwy 19 Palatka
386-385-5658
Miscellaneous
Items left over from
downsizing: china
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$100; countertop
Kenmore micro. $50; roll
top computer desk $100;
sec'y desk $50; cabinet
Singer sewing machine
model 518 special
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Cadence treadmill G5.9
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tank $75 8a-8p 328-9718
Trailers
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386-325-3779
PETS & SUPPLIES
Found in E. Palatka,
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Mobile Homes
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$600/m + $600 dep.
352-589-4520/406-6323
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Palatka Oaks Apts
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1BR apts. Move in by
2/20/15 & receive $200
off your 1st months rent.
Call 386-328-6483 for
more info or stop by
200 College Rd.
FOR SALE
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Small Commercial lot
Zoned lite industrial,
$7900 owner Fin. Corner
Bill Ding & Pine St.
386-325-7649
Homes
2412 Gillis St. Palatka
2/1 single family, fenced
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$750 dn $540/m $65K
855-671-5657
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metal roof, cabinets etc.,
105 St. Johns Terrace
West E. Pal $83,500
386-325-0168/937-7255
Homes for sale Palatka,
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low dn pymt. Starting
@ $40K, 386-559-0660
Mobile Homes
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Large Lot: 139 Holly Hill
Ln., Hawthorne. $48K.
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352-226-6895 or
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Open Houses
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windows, tile & wood
floors. New electrical,
custom cabinets & more!
Call for details & pics.
Some owner fin. Brokers
welcome. 352-278-4644
RECREATIONAL
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Motorcycles /
ATV /
Accessories
'05 Honda 400CC 4wheeler, runs but needs
work, $1K. 3-wheeler,
$250. 352-281-3940
Trucks &
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01 Mitsubishi Spyder
Convertible Green w/ tan
top 141k miles
Asking price $3500
386-328-2892/972-5263
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mi., seats 7, AC, AWD
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386-649-0885/546-0689
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shed, pole barn, $36K
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386-559-2520
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motor $350 OBO.
386-649-9840
900
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800
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117 Bounty Ln.
Pomona Park.
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Hay - Fertilized, BarnStored. Large Rolls $55.
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386-546-4466
Barrington Apts
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386-325-0512
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700
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386-684-6048
Livestock
600
Mattresses: Thick plush
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550
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386-328-3015
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386-467-3033.
560
Furniture &
Upholstery
Canon Mini Desktop
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2001 Chevy Silverado
ext. cab, 4x4, very clean,
excellent condition,
$5,500. 386-972-3133
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 11am-2pm
119 West Camelot
Palatka
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call Brenda Bond
386-326-3507
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trailer $750. Also, many
motors for sale. Service
available. 386-336-1544
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box stores, $2.50.
386-325-7649
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386-328-3108
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386-530-0898
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Pair of P175/80r13 M&S
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2/27/15 9:22 AM
He’s coming back – Jeff McCool and Moccasin Creek
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e’s coming home.
Fans of Jeff McCool, a native
of Palatka, and his band, Moccasin
Creek, will be happy to know he’s
got an upcoming concert and video shoot
planned locally
The date is Saturday, March 14, and
the place is the Putnam County Shrine
Club in East Palatka. McCool’s concert,
“A Night at Home” will also include the
local band 309C performing. Doors open
at 7 p.m.
Moccasin Creek plays a mix of old
school Southern rock with country and
hip hop to form a style like no one has
ever heard, according to its website www.
moccasincreekmusic.com.
Tickets are $10 a person or $5 for children ages 10 and under. The
concert is appropriate for the whole family. The Shrine Club is at
116 Yelvington Road in East Palatka.
I’m sure Jeff is looking forward to
reconnecting with old friends and even
family so be sure and take the time
to come out to the concert, be part of the
vidoe and say hello and show your support for one of Palatka’s own.
SPRING IS IN THE AIR
It’s beginning to look a lot like spring.
Well, at least if the members of the
GFWC Woman’s Club of Palatka, has
anything to do with it.
Club members are now taking orders
for four varieties of azaleas as part of its
Community Sale on Saturday, March 21,
at the clubhouse at 600 S. 13th St.,
Palatka. Plant pickup will be Friday,
March 20, from 3-6 p.m. and from 8 a.m.
until 2 p.m. on the day of the sale.
Each plant is $3.50 and will be presold
until March 7. To preorder azaleas, call
CURRENTS
Dee Parker at 937-3196 or Betty
Tyson at 329-3934 or (904) 236-3429.
Vendor spaces are $20 for inside the clubhouse and $15 for a space on the club
lawn. The club’s pork butt sale will also
make a comeback this year and will be
available for pickup at the Woman’s Club
from noon until 5 p.m. on the day of the
Community Sale.
Pork butts will be presold for $20 each
until March 14. Vendors spaces are available for crafters or for yard sale items.
To participate, contact Kay Register
at 328-8522 or email [email protected]
TRISHA MURPHY
LIFE
Styles
VOLUNTEER SALUTE
• COMMUNITY CALENDAR
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2015
PAGE 1B
PAG
CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
Dr. Anand Kuruvilla, left, of the Cancer Center of Putnam and a group of local residents came together because they were dissatisfied that money raised locally for cancer patients was
not always directly benefitting area cancer patients. The group recently started Putnam First Cancer Fund to benefit local cancer patients who need financial assistance for basic living.
Pictured with Kuruvilla in front are supporters Marsha Douglas, left, Helen Curtis, Mary Garcia, Linda Girardin, Caroline Tingle, Sheila McCoy and Ken Mahaffey. In back are Dr. David
Risch, left, Taylor Douglas, Charlie Douglas, Mary Makie Connor Saucier and Weezie Smith.
‘Plan B’
Putnam First
Cancer Fund
started to help fill
a huge void in
cancer patients’
needs in the
county by
providing financial
assistance for
basic living
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roof over their heads or having the funds to
get to and from treatment. The fund will
utnam County is known by many as a
also help those in need of diagnostic testing
giving community when it comes to
to confirm an official diagnosis of cancer.”
Donations can be made to the Putnam
raising money for good causes.
Girardin, who is a cancer survivor, said
First Cancer Fund and mailed to 600
So with that in mind, a watchdog
she was one of the fortunate ones in having
Zeagler Drive, Palatka, FL 32177.
group of concerned citizens decided to blow
a good paying job with good medical benefits
Donations can also be made in honor
the whistle and inform locals: “Houston, we
when she was diagnosed with cancer.
or memory of an individual and should
have a problem,” a line from the 1995
“It changes your life and all those routine
include the family’s name, address or
“Apollo 13” movie.
activities you take for granted,” she said.
phone number so they can be notified.
Dr. Anand Kuruvilla of the Cancer Center
“As a patient, you enter the cancer arena
Donations are tax deductible. For
of Putnam said a group of local residents
where you meet all kinds of people, some
details, visit www.putnamfirstcf.org.
came together because they were dissatisless fortunate than you. Over the years, sevArea residents are also invited to join
fied that money raised locally for cancer
eral of us have noticed that services for local
The Friends of Putnam First Cancer
patients was not always directly benefitting
cancer patients have declined.”
Fund by volunteering, organizing a
area cancer patients.
Girardin said she and others on the board
fundraiser, donating money or services.
“After working on these problems for the
and
committee hope through the generosity
For details, contact Charity Hawkins at
past 25 years a group of concerned citizens
of
those
who give to the cancer fund to be
[email protected]
and I decided we needed a Plan B,” he said.
able to help those less fortunate by giving
“We needed to find a workable solution.”
them a glimmer of hope and peace of mind.
That’s when the Putnam First Cancer
“It can only aid in the healing process of
Fund was started with a goal to help fill a
used for cancer treatments for locals.
the cancer patient during treatment,” she
huge void in cancer patients’ needs in the
“It would otherwise disappear quickly,”
said. “The best thing about our new group is
county by providing financial assistance for he said. “Rather the money will be used for
the donations made stay right here to help
basic living.
plenty of other needs that some our resiour family neighbors and friends.”
“This beautiful community sadly has the
dents sorely need help with.”
The cancer fund is available to all
dubious distinction of being the poorest of
Linda Girardin, vice president of the exec- Putnam County residents regardless of
our 67 counties in Florida, but we also have utive board for the group, said the idea of
race, creed or color. Those applying for
a lot of wonderful giving folk,” said
the cancer fund is something that has been
assistance will be screened by staff at the
Kuruvilla, who serves as president of the
discussed for years.
Palatka Christian Service Center (Heart of
executive board for the cancer fund. “The
“Dr. K and I have been talking for years
Putnam) at 820 Reid St., Palatka, to make
goal of this organization is to assure our giv- about the need for a local charity to assist
sure they meet the criteria for help and then
ing public that if they choose to donate
with the needs of cancer patients,” she said. funds will be allocated to qualified recipifunds for cancer care, we will assure them
“When he managed to get the concept a
ents. All money raised for the fund goes
that their money would be spent wisely for
reality, he contacted me to assist him.
directly to benefit local cancer patients,
our own residents.”
Hopefully, we will be able to provide some
minus minimal costs associated with
Kuruvilla said money raised through the
financial assistance to help cancer patients
Please see CANCER, Page 6C
newly formed fund would not be able to be
meet basic living expenses, like keeping the
P
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2 C PA L AT K A DA I LY N E W S • S AT U R DAY, F E B R UA RY 2 8 , 2 0 1 5
AT THE LIBRARY
Black History Trivia Contest deadline is today
R
emember today is the last day
to deliver to your favorite
library your 28 correct
answers to the Black History
Trivia Contest.
After your answers are checked to
make sure that all are correct, they
will be sent to the Headquarters
Library for the drawing to pick the
winners of the $25 cash prizes. The
winners will be called right after the
drawings are completed. Please
make sure that your name, age and
telephone number are on your
answer sheet.
HUGE USED BOOK SALE
Another huge book sale, one to
rival the 2014 Used Book Sale, will
open at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 14.
The sale will continue until
Saturday, March 28, during regular
library hours at the Headquarters
Library at 601 College Road in
Palatka.
We will have large quantity of
children’s books, both fiction and
The deadline for the community
calendar is noon Tuesday.
The following is a partial listing of
area events:
SATURDAY
BREAKFAST, 8-11, Saturdays, AMVETS
Post 86, 6585 Brooklyn Bay Road,
Keystone Heights. (352) 473-7951.
non-fiction that have been removed
to allow room for new books to be
shelved. There will also be a variety
of young adult and adult fiction and
non-fiction for the older kids to
choose from.
Prices, as always, will be low; and
there will be two $1 a bag sales on
Saturday, March 21, and Saturday,
March 28 (the last day of the sale).
For information about the sale,
hours of a particular day’s schedule
or other programs held at the
Headquarters Library, please call
329-0126.
A LAND REMEMBERED
Saturday, March 7, at 2 p.m., the
Melrose Library Association and the
Ann Payne Trust will present
Patrick Smith’s “Florida is A Land
Remembered.” A venue change
moves the program to the Trinity
Episcopal Church Parish Hall on
State Road 26, next to the fire station. This program is in part of the
2015 Al Burt Literary Festival.
Patrick
Smith’s son,
Rick, will
take to the
stage to
delight the
audience
with a stunning multimedia show
about his
father and
the extraordinary experiences that
enabled him
to write with such authority about
early Florida.
Thanks to the Payne family
through the Ann Payne Trust there
is no charge for this program.
Personally, I have seen portions of
this program and feel sure that
everyone attending will be
enthralled. Make sure you arrive
early to ensure finding a good seat.
For more information, please con-
DARLENE
WALKER
C O M M U N I T Y
CALENDAR
YARNING ON SATURDAYS, 10:30 a.m.,
Bostwick Library, 125 Tillman St. All are
welcome, from beginners to the
experienced. Bring crochet or knitting
projects or come for ideas. 326-2750.
tact the Melrose Branch Library at
(352) 475-1237.
CLYDE THE WONDER DOG
Friday, March 7, at 4 p.m., Clyde
the Wonder Dog will visit the
Melrose Branch Library, 312
Wynnwood Ave., where he enjoys
children of all ages reading and
spending time with him.
For more information about
Clyde’s visit, call the Melrose
Branch Library at (352) 475-1237.
PAWS TO READ
Tuesday afternoons, Gabe, also a
very special dog, visits the Bostwick
Branch Library to participate in
Paws to Read. Betsy Reiney,
Gabe’s parent, brings him to the
library since he is too young to get
his driver’s license where he likes to
sit and read with others.
For information about Paws to
Read and Gabe’s visits, please contact the Bostwick Branch Library at
326-2750.
TUESDAY
NEW BEGINNINGS is a support group
for caregivers who’ve lost spouses, loved
ones or friends. The Palatka group meets
at 5 p.m., first Tuesdays, Musselwhite’s,
125 N Hwy 17, East Palatka. Haven
Hospice does not cover the cost of
dinner. The group is offered as a service
so there is no cost to attend. Details:
Haven Hospice at 328-7100.
CREATIVE STORY HOUR, 10-11 a.m.,
Saturdays, Crescent City Library, 610 N.
Summit St., Crescent City. Stories, songs,
poems, games, and crafts for children
6-12 years old. Details: 698-2600.
ORANGE SPRINGS CIVIC CLUB
MEETING, 6:30 p.m. first Tuesdays, Club
House in Orange Springs. They meet
every month except June, July, and
August. There will be a covered dish
supper, business meeting with a guest
speaker. Dues are $15 per person, per
year. Details: Joe at (352) 546-3403 or
Elsie at (352) 546-3674.
FUN FILMS, 11 a.m., Saturdays,
Crescent City Library, 610 N. Summit St.,
Crescent City. Family friendly movies to
be shown. Details: 698-2600.
PROGRESSIVE WOMEN’S
LUNCHEON, noon, first Tuesdays, Beef
O’Brady’s, 201 N. 1st St., Palatka.
Details: 467-3003.
KARAOKE, FRATERNAL ORDER OF
EAGLES 4355, 8 p.m. to midnight,
Saturdays, 110 Shrine Club Road, Lake
Como.
A LADIES AROUND THE LAKE
meeting, 10 a.m. first and third Tuesdays,
George’s Lake Community Association,
114 Sarasota St., Florahome. Crafts and
a covered dish lunch.
U.S. VETERANS POST 104, State Road
19, Palatka, will have karaoke, 8 p.m.,
Saturdays.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 45, Palatka,
all you can eat breakfast, Saturday, 8-11
a.m. Cost is $6.
SUNDAY
WOMEN OF THE MOOSE
BREAKFAST, 8-11 a.m., first Sundays,
Crescent City Family Moose Center.
ABATE OF FLORIDA, PUTNAM
CHAPTER meetings, first Sundays,
Cheyenne Saloon, 337 U.S. 17 South,
East Palatka. Board meets at 10 a.m.,
followed by chapter meeting at noon.
THE PUTNAM CITIZENS ALLIANCE, 2
p.m. first Sundays every three months,
Palatka Public Library, Palatka. Open to
public. Details: 585-8438 or visit the Web
site www.putnamcitizensalliance.org.
AUXILIARY BREAKFAST, Fraternal
Order of Eagles 3822, 8:30-11 a.m. first
Sundays and third Sundays, 823 State
Road 20, Interlachen. Choice of
pancakes or French Toast. 684-3252.
BINGO, 1-4 p.m., first and third Sunday,
Interlachen Fraternal Order of Eagles,
823 State Road 20, next to Queen’s,
Interlachen.
HAPPY HOUR, 2 p.m. to midnight,
Sundays, AMVETS Post 86, 6585
Brooklyn Bay Road, Keystone
Heights. (352) 473-7951.
BAR GAMES, 5:30 p.m., Sundays,
Palatka Moose Lodge 184, 3875 Reid St.
For members and guests.
JAM SESSION, 7-10 p.m., Sundays,
Crescent City Moose Family Center.
Shuffleboard, 3 p.m. Members and
guests.
COMMUNITY BINGO, 1 p.m., Sundays,
Hermits Cove Community Club, Hermits
Cove, Satsuma. Food and drinks
available for purchase. Bring family and
friends.
SHIP, CAPTAIN, CREW DICE GAME,
Fraternal Order of Eagles 4355, 2-4 p.m.
and Trivia, 5 p.m., Sundays, 110 Shrine
Club Road, Lake Como. 649-5033.
MONDAY
PUTNAM BLUEWAYS & TRAILS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEET, 6-8
p.m., Monday, March 2, Edgar
Johnson Senior Center, 1215
Westover Dr., Palatka. Pizza at 6 for
$1.50 a slice. Bring own drink. Details,
546-1668; putnambluewaysandtrails.
org
COMMUNITY MEETING, 7 p.m.,
Monday Interlachen Volunteer Fire
Department, 202 Commonwealth Ave.
Guest speaker will be Sheriff Jeff
Hardy. The public is welcome;
refreshments served.
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Debbie Gross of Palatka spotted this brown water snake sunning in a
warmer place – her backyard near her pond.
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READERS: SUBMIT PHOTOS for the Community Calendar
page to [email protected] or drop them by the Daily
News, 1825 St. Johns Ave., Palatka, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Be sure to include a contact name and
phone number.
PALATKA LION’S CLUB business and
social meet, 6 p.m., first Mondays, 318
Osceola St., Palatka. Dinner provided for
$10. The public is invited. Details: 3251674 or 325-0218.
PUTNAM COUNTY FAITH-BASED HIV/
AIDS COALITION INC. is a non-for-profit
organization within the community that
offers free classes for adults and youth
pertaining to HIV Education and
Prevention and Healthy Relationships.
The organization 7 p.m., first Monday,
James A. Long Center. In addition to the
classes, free confidential HIV testing is
offered. Details: 916-0809.
PUTNAM COUNTY PARKS AND
RECREATION Advisory Board Meeting,
first Monday, 4 p.m., 120 Carter Rd.,
Palatka. Details: 329-1268.
EAST PALATKA AWARENESS
meeting, 5:45 p.m., first Mondays,
Morning Star Baptist Church Annex, the
corner of 100 Fifth Street and Louis
Broer. Geneva Anderson at 328-7310.
“FROM ONE MOTHER TO ANOTHER”
WOMEN’S SUPPORT GROUP, first
Mondays, 6:30 p.m., Putnam County
Library, 601 College Road, Palatka.
Renewal for the spirit, mind, and body.
Details: Donna Taylor at 937-1995 or
Theresa Odom at 972-0207.
INTERLACHEN SENIORS, 11:30 a.m.,
first and third Mondays, United Methodist
Church Hall, 200 E. Boyleston St.,
Interlachen. Bring place-setting and dish
to share and learn what’s going on in the
community.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 293
MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS, 6:30 p.m.
first Mondays; dinner meetings, 6:30 p.m.
third Mondays, post in Interlachen. Bring
side dish or $2. No smoking.
CHICKEN DINNER, 4:30-6 p.m., first and
third Mondays, Crescent City Family
Moose Center. Fifth Mondays are cook’s
choice.
p.m., Mondays, Butler Building, 611
Zeagler Dr., Palatka. One-year
membership: $15. Details: 328-3986.
FREE POOL, Mondays, Palatka Moose
Lodge 184, 38575 Reid St., Palatka. For
members and guests.
POMONA PARK SENIOR PROGRAM
INC. QUILTING GROUP, noon to 3 p.m.,
Mondays, Pomona Park Community
Center, 200 E. Main St. No charge; no
instructor; help each other. Details: Joyce
at 649-9293.
POMONA PARK SENIOR ACRYLIC
PAINTING CLASS with Bob Grothaus, 9
a.m. to noon, Mondays, Community
Center, 200 E. Main St. Class is $3 per
person. Details: 325-0634.
TAI CHI, 9:30-10:30 a.m., Bingo, 1-3
p.m., and open activities, 3-4:30 p.m.,
Mondays, Edgar Johnson Senior Center,
1215 Westover Dr., Palatka. Details: 3290469.
TOPS WEIGHT LOSS CLASS
(SUPPORT GROUP) meet, 6 p.m.,
Mondays, St. Andrew’s Episcopal
Church, 111 Francis St., Interlachen.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
3822 OF INTERLACHEN, bowling
league, 7 p.m., every Monday. Details:
684-3252.
10 TOUCHSTONES FOR GRIEF, 4-5:30
p.m. Mondays, Hospice of the Nature
coast Wings Education Center, 6721 Crill
Ave., Palatka. Facilitated by Grief
Services Manager, Mary Rockefeller,
LMHC. Based on the book
“Understanding Your Grief,” by Alan D.
Wolfelt, PhD. Program is free and open
to the public. Registration required.
Details: 530-4600.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 45
LUNCHES, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays
and Wednesdays, 316 Osceola St.,
Palatka. Subs, sandwiches, salads and
milkshakes available. Prices range from
$1-7. Free Delivery. Details: 328-6976.
HAPPY HOUR, 4-7 p.m., Mondays,
AMVETS Post 86, 6585 Brooklyn Bay
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Road, Keystone Heights. (352) 473-7951. 4355, Darts, 7 p.m., Mondays, 110 Shrine
Club Road, Lake Como. 649-5033.
PUTNAM COMMUNITY BAND meet,
7-8:30 p.m., Mondays, Palatka High
MATINEE BINGO, U.S VETERANS
School Band room, 302 Mellon Road.
POST 104, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Mondays,
Musicians of all ages and abilities invited. 1050 State Road 19, Palatka.
Details: 328-3923; putnamband.blogspot.
com.
PALATKA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB
meeting, 10 a.m., Mondays, 521 S. 13th
SENIOR FRIENDS AT PUTNAM
St., Palatka. Open stratified games.
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER,
Participants should bring a lunch. Details:
yoga, 11 a.m. to noon and Bridge, 1-4
328-0263.
INTERLACHEN LIONS CLUB meets
7-8:30 p.m. every first, third and fifth
Tuesdays, 200 Prospect St. The first
Tuesday is a business meeting; snacks.
Open to public. Third and fifth Tuesday
meetings include buffet dinner and
speaker. Details: Lion Maria at 684-3673
or leave a message at 684-2188.
COOK’S CHOICE DINNER, 4:30-6 p.m.,
first, third, and fifth Tuesdays, Crescent
City Moose Family Center. Karaoke, 6-10
p.m.
ANCIENT CITY CAMERA CLUB will
meet at 7 p.m., first and fourth Tuesdays,
Pineland Lodge, 190 E. Peniel Road,
Palatka. Details: (904) 797-2141.
BINGO, 2-5 p.m., Tuesdays, AMVETS
Post 86, 6585 Brooklyn Bay Road,
Keystone Heights. (352) 473-7951.
SENIOR FRIENDS AT PUTNAM
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER
Bingo, 2-4 p.m., Tuesdays, Butler
Building, 611 Zeagler Dr., Palatka. Oneyear membership: $15. 328-3986.
FREE COMMUNITY YOGA CLASS,
9:40-10:40 a.m., Tuesdays, Interlachen
Library, 133N. County Road 315. Bring a
mat or blanket and water. 546-6554
LINE DANCING, 9:30-10:45 a.m.; low
impact aerobics with Terri for $3 per
person, 11 a.m.; scrapbooking, 11 a.m.;
can class, 1 p.m.; and photography club,
2-3 p.m., Tuesdays, Edgar Johnson
Senior Center, 1215 Westover Dr.,
Palatka. Details: 329-0469.
12-STEP CHRISTIAN RECOVERY
GROUP MEET, 11:30 a.m., every
Tuesday, 419 St. Johns Ave., Palatka.
Details: 546-1943.
PAWS TO READ, 3:30-5:30 p.m.,
Tuesdays, Bostwick Library, 125 Tillman
St. No program on Nov. 11. Children can
read to “Miss” Betsy and her golden
retriever, Gabe, who loves to hear stories.
Open to all ages. Details: 326-2750.
SENIORS VS CRIME, walk-in
assistance, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday,
Sheriff’s complex, 130 Orie Griffin Blvd.,
Palatka. Assists seniors who have been
victims of con artists, scams, fraud, or
deceptive business practices. Volunteers
needed. Details: 326-2839 or e-mail
[email protected] or Barry
Schnoor, project manager, barry.
[email protected]
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
4355, Pinochle, 1 p.m.; Ship, Captain,
Crew dice game, 6:30-8:30 p.m.; Surprise
Bingo, 5:30-8:30 p.m.; regular bingo, 6:30
p.m., Tuesdays, 110 Shrine Club Road,
Lake Como. Details: 649-5033.
AZALEA CITY KIWANIS CLUB, noon,
Tuesdays, Florida National Guard
Armory, 1301 Moseley Ave., Palatka.
TOPS FL 93, PALATKA, Tuesdays,
6-7:30 p.m., College Park Baptist Church,
3435 Crill Ave., Palatka, down from
GENEALOGY CONFERENCE
Sharon Varnes, secretary of the
Putnam County Genealogical
Society, sent me an email about the
North Florida Genealogy
Conference. It will be held Saturday,
March 21, from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints in Orange Park. The
church is at 461 Blanding Blvd. A
$25 registration fee, before March 1,
includes lunch. After March 1, the
fee will be $30. Register at: http://
nfgenealogyconference.eventbrite.
com.
A reminder: The Putnam County
Genealogy Society meets the first
Thursday of the month at the
Putnam County Headquarters
Library at 7 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
For details, contact Sharon at 5300209.
Darlene Walker is the Putnam County
archivist for the Putnam County
Library System.
Burger King on left. Details: 530-0114.
ASSISTANCE FOR FLORIDA
SERVICES provided 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesdays, Trinity Episcopal Church, 204
State Road 26, Melrose. Help with
applying for food stamps, Medicaid and
more. Details: (352) 475-2177.
VFW POST 3349 BINGO, 6-9:30 p.m.,
every Tuesday, 3201 Reid St., Palatka.
Details: 328-2863.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
INTERLACHEN, bingo 7 p.m. Tuesdays,
823 State Road 20. Hamburgers sold,
5-6:30 p.m. Details: 684-3252.
WEDNESDAY
PRESCHOOL STORY TIME, for children
3-5 years old and their caretaker, 10 a.m.,
first and third Wednesday, Melrose Public
Library, 312 Wynnwood Ave. Details:
(352) 47-1237 or visit funinputnam.com.
DINNER, 6:30 p.m. and Darts, 7 p.m.,
Wednesdays, AMVETS Post 86, 6585
Brooklyn Bay Road, Keystone Heights.
(352) 473-7951.
POMONA PARK SENIOR PROGRAM
INC. HANDMADE CARD MAKING
CLASS, noon to 3 p.m., Wednesdays,
Pomona Park Community Center, 200 E.
Main St. Cost is $5; supplies included.
Instructor, Judith Horton. Details: Judy at
983-0370.
SENIOR FRIENDS AT PUTNAM
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER, Card
Games, 1-4 p.m., Wednesdays, Butler
Building, 611 Zeagler Dr., Palatka. Oneyear membership: $15. 328-3986.
HANDMADE CARD MAKING with
Judith Horton, noon to 3 p.m.,
Wednesdays, 200 E. Main St., Pomona
Park. Cost is $5 per class and all supplies
are included. Details: 983-0370.
WINGS, 6-8 p.m., Wednesdays,
Crescent City Moose Family Center.
Different flavors to choose from.
ACRYLIC PAINTING, 8-11 a.m.; crochet
class, 11 a.m.; bingo, 1-3 p.m.; and
ceramics, 3-4:30 p.m., Wednesdays,
Edgar Johnson Senior Center, 1215
Westover Dr., Palatka. Details: 329-0469.
ADULT AND CHILDREN’S TAEKWONDO, 6:15-7 p.m., Wednesdays, Putnam
Family Fitness Center, 213 Perry St.,
Pomona Park. Instructed by Master Jim
Weller, Taekwon-Do is a Korean martial
art that combines combat and selfdefense techniques with sport and
exercise. Details: 649-8784.
LINE DANCING, 6-7:30 p.m.,
Wednesdays, Community Center in
Pomona Park, 1775 U.S. 17. Offered by
Putnam Family Fitness Center. Details:
649-8784.
12-STEP CHRISTIAN RECOVERY
GROUP MEET, 6 p.m., every
Wednesday, 419 St. Johns Ave., Palatka.
Details: 546-1943.
DARTS, FOOD, DRINKS, AND MUSIC,
6 p.m., Wednesdays, Putnam County
Shrine Club, Yelvington Road, East
Palatka.
BINGO, VFW POST 10164
INTERLACHEN, State Road 20,
beginning at 6 p.m., Wednesdays. Cost is
$1 per game with big money and door
prizes. Refreshments available for
purchase. Full-course dinner for $5.
Public welcome. Details: 684-0839.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
4355, Pinochle 1 p.m.; tacos 5-7 p.m.,
Wednesdays, 110 Shrine Club Road,
Lake Como. Details: 649-5033.
PALATKA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB
meeting, 10 a.m., Wednesdays, 521 S.
13th St., Palatka. Open stratified games.
Participants should bring a lunch. Details:
328-0263.
VFW POST 3349 VETERAN’S ROUND
TABLE, 1-3 p.m., Wednesdays, 3201
Reid St., Palatka. The public is invited.
Details: 328-2863.
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The following is a partial list of area
nonprofit organizations:
711. AT&T Language Line. A shelter
dedicated to the fight against family
violence in Putnam County. Call us. We
can help.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
328-6224
600 Zeagler Drive, Palatka.
Committed to fighting cancer through
balanced programs of research,
education, patient service, advocacy
and cancer information.
AMERICAN RED
CROSS, NORTHEAST FLORIDA
CHAPTER PALATKA BRANCH
326-4603 / (888) 733-2771
523 South 13th St. Community
education in disaster preparedness
and training in first aid, CPR, aquatics,
babysitting and more. This branch
also provides disaster response and
financial assistance to families
affected by disasters such as fires,
flood, hurricanes or tornadoes.
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION
(904) 353-5770, (800) 578-7183
Northeast Region, 314 Palmetto St.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202 [email protected]
arthritis.org, www.arthritis.org.
Volunteer opportunities available, from
office help to special events. Contact
Erin Pauls.
A WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER
328-9394
A pregnancy resource center assisting
men and women with unplanned
pregnancies. All services are free and
confidential. Offers free pregnancy
tests.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
(904) 388-0591
The nation’s foremost youth program
of character development and valuesbased leadership training for boys
ages 6-21. Boy Scouts offers quality
programs with fun and adventure.
Instills values, citizenship, service and
leadership. Local information can be
found on the district website at www.
nfcscouting.org.
THE CARING CENTER
328-1088 or 325-3417
Provides temporary emergency
shelter, clothes and food.
CENTER FOR THE
VISUALLY IMPAIRED INC.
(386) 253-8879
To promote independence by
providing the legally blind, elderly
residents of Flagler, Putnam, Brevard
and Volusia counties with necessary
skills.
THE CIVIL AIR PATROL CADET
PROGRAM (352) 475-3319
A civilian auxiliary with the U.S. Air
Force for ages 12-18. There is also a
program for ages 18-plus.
CONSUMER CREDIT COUNSELING
SERVICE OF MID-FLORIDA
INC. 312-0805, 1-800-245-1865
Budget and credit counseling, a debt
repayment plan to creditors and
education regarding responsible credit
use and capable money management.
LIFESOUTH COMMUNITY BLOOD
CENTERS 328-7299
Nonprofit, volunteer blood center that
provides blood components and services
to more than 110 medical facilities in
Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
REAL NEEDS FOR REAL PEOPLE
Volunteers play a big part in organizing and planning events in the
Putnam County area as well as in assisting nonprofit groups in their
weekly activities in serving the community. Here is a volunteer
opportunity locally.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Nonprofit, Roberts Care Center. Greeters, office help and patient
volunteers needed now. Becky Slobodian 328-7100 or visit www.
havenhospice.org/volunteer
EARLY LEARNING COALITION OF
NORTH FLORIDA (904) 342-2267
Recruiting volunteer reading pals to
read to children once a week in local
pre-school centers. For details, call or
e-mail [email protected]
ELDER OPTIONS/MID FLORIDA
AREA AGENCY ON AGING
(352) 692-5219 or (800) 963-5337
or (352) 378-6649
Volunteers needed for Living Healthy
Leaders who will facilitate workshops
for older adults with diabetes, arthritis,
high blood pressure, heart disease,
anxiety or any other ongoing health
condition. Volunteers needed for “A
Matter of Balance” Coaches. This
award-winning program is designed to
benefit community-dwelling older
adults who are concerned about falls;
have sustained a fall in the past;
restrict activities because of concerns
about falling; are interested in
improving flexibility, balance and
strength. Call Betty Flagg at (352)
692-5219 or e-mail [email protected]
agingresources.org.
EXPERIENCE WORKS 329-3724
ext. 2818 Promotes the employment
and training of persons 55 and older.
FLORIDA’S LONG-TERM CARE
OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM
(888) 831-0404 or (352) 955-5015
Volunteers needed to join its corps of
advocates who protect the rights of
elders residing in nursing homes,
assisted living facilities and adult
family care homes. The program is
comprised of 17 local councils
throughout the state. Visit www.
ombudsman.myflorida.com.
GIRL SCOUTS OF GATEWAY
COUNCIL (800) 347-2688
PALATKA PULP AND PAPER OPERATIONS
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Tim Campbell
or (904) 388-4653
Gainesville offices - (352) 376-3004
or (866) 868-6307.
An informal education program for
girls ages 5-17. Provides opportunities
to explore their potential, develop
values, make friends and to become
happy, resourceful citizens. Volunteers
needed Nonprofit, Roberts Care
Center. Greeters, office help and
patient volunteers needed now. Call
Becky Slobodian at 328-7100 or visit
www.havenhospice.org/volunteer
GUARDIAN AD LITEM PROGRAM
329-0884 or (800) 826-1437
or (386) 239-7803
The Seventh Judicial Circuit program
is in need of volunteers to speak for
the best interests of abused and
neglected children.
HUMANE SOCIETY OF NORTHEAST
FLORIDA 325-1587
Volunteers with office and/or animal
skills are needed.
INTERLACHEN LIONS CLUB
684-2188
Prospect and Boyleston streets. The
group meets at 7 p.m. on the first and
third Tuesday of the month.
KEEP PUTNAM BEAUTIFUL
325-9598
www.keepputnambeautiful.org A
nonprofit education organization
designed to address the needs for
grass roots solutions to critical and
costly solid waste and littering issues.
LEE CONLEE HOUSE DOMESTIC/
SEXUAL VIOLENCE SHELTER
SUPPORT GROUP SERVICES DV/
SA HELPLINE 325-3141 or
(800) 500-1119
TDD users may call through Florida
Relay Service at (800) 955-8771 or
MT. CARMEL COMMUNITY
RESOURCE CENTER INC.
937-2447 or 916-9556
Provides temporary food weekly and
occasionally gives out clothing and
learning books. (Houses the ACCESS FL
Program) (apply for food stamps, cash
assistance or medicaid). Hours:
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, begins
at 10 a.m. Volunteers are welcome.
Donations of nonperishable food and
money are accepted. U.S.D.A. assisted
program. U.S.D.A. is an equal
opportunity provider and employer.
MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION
(888) 874-9474
Grants the wishes of children with lifethreatening illnesses. Volunteers are
needed for Northeast Florida.
MARCH OF DIMES 326-7267
/ (352) 359-1880 marchofdimes.com
Volunteer opportunities include March for
Babies. Call also to learn about having a
healthy pregnancy and preventing
premature birth.
PALATKA CHRISTIAN SERVICE
CENTER 328-0984
820 Reid St. Applications accepted from
9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Fax:
328-0984.
Serving Putnam County through meeting
emergency needs such as prescriptions,
utilities, rent, clothes and food.
PALATKA HOUSING AUTHORITY
YOUTH PROGRAMS
Adult volunteers are needed. Call
329-0177 or 937-7361.
PALATKA LIONS CLUB 325-1674
Answers the needs that challenge the
communities of the world. Tackles tough
problems like blindness, drug abuse
prevention and diabetes awareness.
PEOPLE ADJUSTING TO LIMITED
SIGHT 684-6825
Helps people who are blind or visually
impaired achieve independence and selfsufficiency, and to lead lives of dignity
through vocational rehabilitation, medical
and social services and talking book
library.
PUTNAM COMMUNITY MEDICAL
CENTER VOLUNTEER
Provides service and support to patients
and their families, hospital staff, guests
and medical staff and the community.
PUTNAM COUNTY COMMUNITIES IN
SCHOOLS 328-8875
Program helps reconnect youths to their
schools and community.
PUTNAM COUNTY
ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL INC. (855)
268-8084
Environmental activists dedica1ted to
protecting and preserving Putnam County’s
natural resources and heritage. PCEC
works with other groups and agencies to
conserve important wildlife corridors,
encourage nature-based tourism, and to
create environmental education centers.
For details, visit the Web site www.
pcecweb.org.
PUTNAM HABITAT FOR
HUMANITY 325-5862
A nonprofit, ecumenical Christian
organization building decent, affordable
houses for low-income families. All levels of
construction experience is acceptable.
Volunteers are needed at the construction
site every Thursday and Saturday. Youth
groups are always welcome. Call the office
to sign up or visit www.putnamhabitat.org.
PUTNAM COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE
COUNCIL 329-1231
Meets at 3 p.m. the second Tuesday of
each month at the Juvenile Crime
Prevention Office, 142 Ferry Road, East
Palatka.
PUTNAM COUNTY LIBRARY
329-0126 - (800) 826-1437
Serves the citizens of Putnam County
through five facilities. The system is
automated, providing Internet access to the
Web and a variety of online databases.
Programs for all ages are offered.
PUTNAM LITERACY SERVICES
329-0126
Offers one-on-one tutoring, small group
instructions, uses volunteer tutors to
promote literacy to anyone age 16 or older
not attending school. Putnam County
Medical Reserve Corp Florida Department
of Health in Putnam County 3263279 Volunteers needed to serve Putnam
County by enhancing public health
emergency response and increasing
community awareness of public health
issues. Volunteers assist Florida
Department of Health staff in times of a
declared disaster or large scale public
health emergencies, promote public health
initiatives and educate community
members on the importance of
preparedness. We accept medical and
non-medical volunteers and training is
provided. Potential MRC volunteers can go
to www.servfl.com to register for their local
MRC unit.
PUTNAM COUNTY MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP
649-0169
Meets at 5 p.m. the first Thursday of each
month at Putnam Community Medical
Center in Palatka.
PUTNAM COUNTY CHAPTER 1190,
NAARFE 649-9681 or 684-4173
National Association of Active and Retired
Federal Employees meets at the Putnam
County Library. All retired federal
employees are invited.
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AMERICAN LEGION POST 293,
INTERLACHEN BINGO, noon,
Wednesdays, County Road 315. Lunch
available 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bingo at
12:30 p.m.
REUNIONS
PALATKA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF 1965, 50th reunion,
Saturday, March 21. Class members are
sought. If you are a classmate and have
not received your invitation, call Donna
Rogero at 325-5230. Deadline for caterer
is March 1.
THURSDAY
PALATKA LIONS CLUB, inducting 10
new members, 6 p.m., Thursday, March
5 at 318 Osceola St., Palatka. Lion
District Govenor Bob Melnick will induct
the members. A dinner will be served
after ceremony. Cost is $10 at the door.
Details: Darlene Laibl-Crowe at 3250218.
PALATKA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF
1996, 20 year high school reunion
committee is looking for all Class of 1996
graduates to attend the 20 year high
school reunion in 2016. Details: Ebony
King at 538-0989 or Carrisa (Dewdney)
Baptiste at (770) 656-3312. Visit Palatka
High School Class of 96 on Facebook.
THE PUTNAM COUNTY
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEETING,
7 p.m. first Thursdays, Palatka Public
Library. The public is invited.
COMING EVENTS
HASTINGS DEMOCRATIC CLUB
meets the first Thursdays, Gethsemane
Missionary Baptist Church, 317 Daniels
St., Hastings. Social/fellowship begins at
6:30 p.m.; business meeting begins at 7
p.m. Details: Carol D. Holtz at 546-1997
or (904) 692-1668.
WILLIAM BARTRAM CHAPTER OF
THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN
REVOLUTION meet, 11 a.m., first
Thursdays, October through May at Beef
O’Brady’s, 201 N. 1st St., Palatka.
Meeting in January will be on the second
Thursday. Donna Rogero, 325-5230.
ANCIENT CITY CAMERA CLUB
SHOW, meets the first and second
Thursdays, 7 p.m. at St. Augustine
Record Building, corners of State Road
207 and County Road 312, St. Augustine.
Group is open to beginners to
professional photographers. Details:
(904) 797-2141.
CHILDBIRTH AND BREASTFEEDING
EDUCATION, 5:30 p.m., first and third
Thursdays, AB Conference Room,
Putnam Community Medical Center, 611
Zeagler Dr., Palatka. Free and open to
the public. Details: Rhonda at 326-7820
or e-mail [email protected]
HAPPY HOUR, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Thursdays, AMVETS Post 86, 6585
Brooklyn Bay Road, Keystone Heights.
(352) 473-7951.
BINGO, 7-10 p.m., Thursdays, AMVETS
Post 86, 6585 Brooklyn Bay Road,
Keystone Heights. (352) 473-7951.
TODDLER STORY TIME for children 0-2
years old and their caretaker, 10 a.m.,
Thursdays, Melrose Public Library, 312
Wynnwood Ave. Details: (352) 475-1237
or visit funinputnam.com.
SENIOR FRIENDS, Your Own Activity
Day, 1-4 p.m., Thursdays, Butler Building,
611 Zeagler Dr., Palatka. Third
Thursdays, Senior Friends covered dish
luncheon, 11:30 a.m. One-year
membership: $15. Details: 328-3986.
DART LEAGUE, 7 p.m., Thursdays,
Palatka Moose Lodge 184, 3875 Reid St.
For members and guests.
EVERY CHILD TO READ, 0-2 years old,
10-10:30 a.m. and 3-5 years old, 10:3011:15 a.m., Thursdays, Interlachen
Library, 133 N. County Road 315. There
will be songs, stories, playtime, and more.
EVERY CHILD READY TO READ
(ECRR), 10 a.m., Thursdays, Crescent
City Library, 610 N. Summit St. For ages
0-2 years and their caregiver. Ages 3-5
and their caregiver begins at 11 a.m.
There will be stories, songs, finger plays,
rhymes and other early literacy activities.
Details: 698-2600.
10 TOUCHSTONES FOR GRIEF, 10:30
a.m., Thursday, Hospice of the Nature
coast Wings Education Center, 6721 Crill
Ave., Palatka. Facilitated by Grief
PETE SKIBA / Palatka Daily News
A Marine Vietnam war veteran Bear Acres volunteers with his dog T at
Haven Hospice. Sitting in Acres lap, the dog T only had eyes for Palatka
High School Hospice volunteer Ambur Lane at the recent Rotary Club
of Palatka Blood Screening and Health Fair.
Services Manager, Mary Rockefeller,
LMHC. Based on the book
“Understanding Your Grief,” by Alan D.
Wolfelt, PhD. Program is free and open
to the public. Registration required.
Details: 530-4600.
SMOKE FREE BINGO, 10:30 a.m.,
Thursdays, Crescent City Moose Family
Center. Open to the public.
DINNER, 6:30 p.m. Fridays,
AMVETS Post 86, 6585 Brooklyn
Bay Road, Keystone Heights. (352)
473-7951.
POMONA PARK SENIOR PROGRAM
INC. FRIDAY FUN DAY, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Fridays, Pomona Park Community
Center, 200 E. Main St. Play cards,
dominos, chess, checkers, bingo, or
enjoy coffee with others. Covered dish for
lunch; live entertainment until 2 p.m.
Details: Joyce at 649-9293.
CHAIR AEROBICS WITH LORI for $3
per person, 9:30 a.m.; quilting class with
Janelle, 10 a.m.; ping pong and games, 1
p.m., Thursdays, Edgar Johnson Senior
SENIOR FRIENDS AT PUTNAM
Center, 1215 Westover Dr., Palatka.
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER,
Details: 329-0469.
Bingo 2-4 p.m., Fridays, Butler Building,
611 Zeagler Dr., Palatka. First Fridays,
ZUMBA, led by Carlynn Roberts, 3:15Fun Fridays, 11:30 a.m. One-year
4:15 p.m., Thursdays, Putnam Family
membership: $15. Details: 328-3986.
Fitness Center, 213 Perry St., Pomona
Park. Cost is $5 for nonmembers and $3 DART TOURNAMENT, 8 p.m., Fridays,
for members who do not have a “plus
Palatka Moose Lodge 184, 3875 Reid St.
membership.” Details: 649-8784.
For members and guests.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
DARTS, 7 p.m., Thursdays, 823
State Road 20, Interlachen. Details:
684-3252.
SENIORS VS CRIME, walk-in
assistance, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Thursdays, Sheriff’s complex, 130
Orie Griffin Blvd., Palatka. Assists
seniors who have been victims of
con artists, scams, fraud, or
deceptive business practices.
Volunteers are needed. Details:
326-2839 or e-mail [email protected]
svcproject.org; or Barry Schnoor,
project manager, [email protected]
svcproject.org.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
4355, Surprise Bingo, 5:30-8:30
p.m.; regular bingo, 6:30 p.m.,
Thursdays, 110 Shrine Club Road,
Lake Como. Details: 649-5033.
PALATKA KIWANIS CLUB, every
Thursday, noon to 1 p.m., Sleep Inn
& Suites meeting room, State Road
100. Visitors/potential members
welcome for lunch. Open to public.
www.palatkakiwanis.org.
U.S. VETERANS POST 104 bingo,
6-9 p.m. Thursdays; State Road 19,
Palatka.
FRIDAY
FISH FRY, 5-7 p.m. first Fridays,
Fraternal Order of Eagles, 823
State Road 20, Interlachen. 6843252.
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maintaining the organization.
A referral from a healthcare provider
in the form of a prescription, note, phone
call or email will help expedite determining if someone qualifies for assistance.
Staff will accept calls from those in the
medical field, as well as a pastor or
priest, caseworkers, a member of a service organization or charitable group.
For details, call 328-0984 or visit www.
heartofputnam.com.
The Putnam First Cancer Fund’s
board of trustees is made up of individuals from across Putnam County whose
sole job is to monitor the executive board
and its accounting of funds received and
dispersed. The trustees appointed the
executive officers that meet monthly to
verify what they call the “Memorandum
of Understanding” between the Palatka
Christian Service Center and the
Putnam First Cancer Fund. The executive board also reviews medical requests
for consideration.
Members of the board of trustees
include Gary Getchell, chairman; Ben
Bates, Karl Flagg, John Gaines MD, Ed
Hedstrom, Henry Hirschman, Danny
Hemphill, JR Newbold, Joe Pickens and
Shann Purinton.
Members of the executive board
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INTERLACHEN LAKES ESTATES
STATION 17 VFD BINGO, Fridays, 217
Kennedy Ave. Early birds, 6:30 p.m.;
regular games, 7 p.m. Refreshments at
5:30 p.m.
FRIDAY DINNERS, 5-7 p.m., Crescent
City Moose Family Center. First Friday is
prime rib; second, third, and fourth
Fridays are cook’s choice. Music or
karaoke, 7 p.m. Members and guests.
POWER YOGA, 8:30 a.m.; paint Fridays,
9 a.m.; low impact aerobics with Terri for
$3 per person, 9:45 a.m.; Zumba Gold,
11 a.m.; Pickin and Grinnin, 1 p.m.; and
happy hour, 2 p.m., Fridays, Edgar
Johnson Senior Center, 1215 Westover
Dr., Palatka. Details: 329-0469.
ZUMBA, led by Carlynn Roberts, 6-7
p.m., Fridays, Putnam Family Fitness
Center, 213 Perry St., Pomona Park.
Cost is $5 for nonmembers and $3 for
members who do not have a “plus
membership.” Details: 649-8784.
MORNING AEROBICS, 8:45-9:45 a.m.,
Fridays, Putnam Family Fitness Center,
213 Perry St., Pomona Park. Details:
649-8784.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
MEMBER MEET, 6 p.m. Tuesday, March
10, Woodmen Lodge, 2700 Lundy Road,
Palatka. Bring covered dish and bring
canned goods. Cake raffle with donations
will go to Relay for Life.
LUNCH WITH THE GREATS, noon,
Wednesday, March 11, Crescent City
Library Culver Room, 610 N. Summit St.,
Palatka. Hosted by the Crescent City
Library Board Friends. Guest speaker will
be Al Krombach, editor of the Palatka
Daily News. Bring a lunch; drinks
provided. Details: 698-2600.
ST. JOHNS RIVER STATE
FOUNDATION offers numerous
scholarships, funded by the contributions
of businesses, non-profit entities, and
individuals, to students who meet the
criteria established by the scholarship
donors. Guidelines: applicants may be a
new or returning SJR State students;
applicants may reside in or out of district;
awarded students will be sent an
acceptance letter with required
documentation to be completed. The
student must return all documentation to
the Foundation before the scholarship
award can be applied to his or her
account; recipients must maintain good
academic standing. Deadline to apply is
April 1. Selection criteria and
requirements vary according to the
individual award or scholarship. Details:
312-4100. To apply, visit SJRstate.edu/
scholarships.html.
PRE-KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM
registration – March 2 until May 1.
Bring child’s birth certificate and proof
of residency (current utility bill or
Florida Driver’s License or ID). Child
must be 4 years old on or before Sept.
1, 2015.
Call your child’s program site:
Browning-Pearce Elementary, 3290557; Interlachen Elementary, 6842130; James A. Long Elementary, 3290575; Kelley Smith Elementary, 3290568; Mellon Elementary, 329-0593;
Melrose Elementary, (352) 475-2060;
Moseley Elementary, 329-0562; or
Ochwilla Elementary, (352) 481-0204.
Details: 312-4906.
AARP FOUNDATION TAX-AIDE will
offer free tax help to low and moderate
St. Johns River State College,
income taxpayers, especially those 60
St. Augustine campus, 2990 College
and older. Help will be offered 9 a.m.
Drive, will offer two non-credit art classes to 2 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, now
taught by Florida School of the Arts
until April 9 in the Parish Hall of St.
instructor David Ouellette.
Marks Episcopal Church, 310 N. 2nd
Courses will be:
St. Bring: copy of last year’s income
Drawing I – 3-5:30 p.m., Tuesdays,
tax return(s); W-2 forms from each
March 24 until April 28, room S132. Class employer; unemployment
is limited to 12 students. Develop basic
compensation statements; SSA-1099
drawing techniques by concentrating on
form if you were paid Social Security
the elements of descriptive drawing
benefits; all 1099 forms showing
through observation.
interest and/or dividends and
Fundamentals of Art (Watercolor) –
documentation showing original
3-5:30 p.m., Thursdays, March 26 until
purchase of sold assets; 1099-MISC
April 30, room S132. Class is limited to
showing any miscellaneous income;
12 students. Focus on techniques of
1099-R form if you received a pension
transparent watercolor using both the
of annuity; all forms indicating federal
“wet” and “dry” methods.
income tax paid; dependent care
Registration fees are$62.50 for each six- provider information (name, employer
week course. No requirements or
ID, Social Security number); all
prerequisites. Download a registration
receipts or canceled checks if
form: www.SJRstate.edu/continuinged2.
itemizing deductions; Social Security
html. Details: (904) 808-7400, ext 5.
cards or other official documentation
for yourself and all dependents.Walkins on space availability only. By
NOTABLES
appointment: Paul Farris at 325-7586.
HABITAT HOME APPLICATIONS being
accepted for homes until March 15, 2015
from Putnam Habitat for Humanity. Home
ownership guidelines include a minimum
income of $1,200 per month, acceptable
credit history, the willingness for each
adult in the home to work 200 sweat
equity hours, and must live in Putnam
County at least a year. Qualified
homeowners are given a 25-year, zeropercent mortgage by Putnam Habitat for
Humanity; monthly payments are about
$400 a month and include taxes,
insurance and annual termite inspection.
To request an applications and to begin
the pre-qualifying process, call 325-5862.
PUTNAM HABITAT’S first build under
the New Homeowners New Homes
program is underway and volunteers are
BINGO, VFW POST 10164
needed for Saturday’s March 14 through
INTERLACHEN, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
May 30. There are many areas of needs
Fridays on State Road 20. Light lunch
in addition to construction labor such as
available for small charge. 684-0839.
administrative support, volunteer
coordinators, donations of food for
KARAOKE U.S. VETERANS POST
104, 1050 State Road 19, Palatka, 8 p.m. lunches, food prep and serving, funding,
building supplies and materials.
Fridays.
Donations and labor are especially
needed on this project to offset the cost
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
of the build. Putnam Habitat needs the
4355, Steak and Seafood, 5-7 p.m.,
support of the community – churches,
Fridays, 110 Shrine Club Road, Lake
groups, organizations, individuals, and
Como. Details: 649-5033.
business are encouraged to help. If you
can assist, call 325-5862 or e-mail
VFW POST 3349 DINNER, 6-8 p.m.,
[email protected] for tentative
Fridays. Details: 328-2863.
include Anand Kuruvilla MD, president;
Linda Girardin, vice president; Ken
Mahaffey, treasurer; Caroline Tingle,
secretary; Helen Curtis, Mary Makie
Connor Saucier, Charlie Douglas, Taylor
Douglas, Linda Faw, Mary Garcia, Linda
Myers, David Risch MD and Weezie
Smith.
Kuruvilla said although he’s been disappointed in cancer services available for
the community, things are looking up for
locals with the Putnam First Cancer
Fund.
“The bottom line was while groups are
quick to raise over a million dollars from
this community over the past 15 years,
realistically, not one cent was accessible
for local needy residents to use,” he said.
“For the most part, the money raised was
used for cancer research. Also there is no
state funded cancer hospital or programs
available in rural Putnam.”
Kuruvilla said he is excited about the
new cancer fund and what it can mean to
patients who need testing to establish a
diagnosis.
“It can help those who have a high
probability of a cancer diagnosis, but
because of their situation and circumstances do not have the ability to pay for
the necessary testing to establish a diagnosis,” he said. “This delay can lead to
loss of chance of cure and will result in
needless suffering.”
Tingle said she has been excited about
the new cancer fund from the start.
work schedule and more.
“I knew immediately that I wanted to
be a part of this special initiative,” she
said. “I live and work in Putnam County;
it is my home. I strongly support any
endeavor, which directly benefits the residents of Putnam County first, and especially one that creates a source of financial assistance for those individuals
impacted by cancer. The funds raised
will help with those things not covered
by insurance, but make all the difference
in the patient’s lives.”
Tingle said Putnam County is very
blessed to have so many local residents
and businesses that have a caring heart.
“The reality is that a large percentage
of our population is underemployed,
underinsured and undereducated, resulting in a real need to help our neighbors,”
she said. “Our mission is to invest in the
well-being of our community. I urge all
who are interested in helping their
neighbors to become involved.”
Girardin agrees.
“Knowing that our county has a big
heart when it comes to helping all its
charities raise money to help people, we
knew there was a need for a place to
donate funds to be kept local for cancer
patients,” she said. “We aid to give the
less fortunate a glimmer of hope in
attaining a peace of mind in knowing
that they can make financial ends meet
without harming their family can only
aid in the healing process of the cancer
patient during treatment.”
PUTNAM COUNTY FFA will sell
discount cards for discounted services
from area businesses for $5. The card
is valid through Jan. 15, 2016. All
proceeds benefit the local FFA
organizations. Details and to purchase
a card, call 530-0099.
CHILD CARE COURSES, St. Johns
River State College, Palatka campus,
5001 St. Johns Ave. Program meets or
exceeds the minimum introductory
requirements mandated by the
Department of Children and Families.
Courses offered:
Child Growth and Development, 5:308:30 p.m., March 10 and March 12
Behavioral Observance and
Screening, 5:30-8:30 p.m., March 24
and March 26
Registration fees for childcare classes
include books. Details: 312-4211 or
visit SJRstate.edu/continuinged2.thml
for registration form.
INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR
BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN
NURSING, St. Johns River State
College:
St. Augustine campus, room H0123,
2990 College Drive: 5 p.m. Thursday,
March 5. Information sessions are
about an hour and open to the public.
Details: 312-4176 or visit SJRstate.
edu/bachelors.html.
MARCH 7
Trivia Tournament fundraiser to
benefit the Putnam First Cancer Fund
is planned for Saturday, March 7, at
noon at the Quality Inn in Palatka.
Teams of up to five people will pay a
$100 entry fee to compete to win cash
prizes. Top prize is $400. Various
other cash and restaurant prizes will
be awarded along with
trophies for the top teams. For details
on the tournament, call 546-5768 or
email [email protected]
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