Palatka Daily News/Friday, March 6, 2015

State’s student testing mishaps continue
County track and field championships
Duval County students reported finding blank screens when they attempted to
log onto test sites, and some the state’s biggest counties reported problems..
Crescent City girls, Palatka boys win team championships.
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See SPORTS, Page 1B
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FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2015
Weekend
Happenings
Florida Azalea
Festival
Downtown Palatka, 8 a.m.9 p.m. Saturday and 8:30
a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. Parade
on Main Street begins at 10
a.m. Saturday. Vendors, children’s activities, musical
entertainment, motorcycle drill
team shows, more.
Azalea Days
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday,
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday,
Ravine Gardens State Park,
1600 Twigg St., Palatka.
Guided tours of the ravines
by wagon, arts and crafts
sale, tours of garden clubhouse, white elephant sale.
Free with park entry.
Azalea Festival
Kayak and Bicycle
Poker Runs
Kayak, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
riverfront at clock tower,
Palatka riverfront; $10 a
hand. Bicycle, 2-4 p.m.,
clock tower, $10 a hand.
putnambluewaysandtrails.org
Nature Stroll
9-11 a.m. Saturday, Murphy
Creek Conservation Area,
Buffalo Bluff Road, Satsuma.
Details: 546-1668;
putnambluewaysandtrails.
org.
Community Yard Sale
8 a.m., Putnam Community
Medical Center front lawn,
Zeigler Drive, Palatka. To
benefit March for Babies and
Relay for Life.
Potpourri Trivia
Tournament
1 p.m. Saturday, Quality
Inn, 201 N. First St., Palatka.
To benefit Putnam 1st Cancer.
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Hospital sells to HCA
BY BRANDON D. OLIVER
Palatka Daily News
A Nashville-based medical network has
signed an agreement with Putnam
Community Medical Center to acquire the
local hospital.
The hospital and HCA’s North Florida
Division announced the signing of the agreement Thursday morning.
Once the sale is complete, HCA will own 13
hospitals in North Florida, including Lake
City Medical Center, North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville and two hospitals in Ocala.
“We are very pleased to be expanding our
HCA network into Putnam County,” North
Florida Division President Michael Joyce
said. “Over the coming months, we will
work closely with Putnam Community
Medical Center’s medical staff, employees
and community to explore ways to enhance
BY ASIA AIKINS
Palatka Daily News
Palatka city commissioners appointed former Palatka City Manager Allen
Bush to serve as the interim city manager Thursday evening.
Bush served as the Palatka city
manager until Dec. 31, 2007, when
he retired from the position. He was
a city employee for 30 years, serving
the final 26 years as city manager.
“He’ll keep us on task,” said Vice
Submitted photo
Putnam Community Medical Center at State Road 20 and Zeagler
Drive in Palatka has been sold to healthcare giant HCA, it was
announced Thursday.
See HOSPITAL, Page 3A
Palatka brings
back Bush
as interim
city manager
Tourism
marketers
looking
to 2016
CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
Members of the Palatka City Commission appointed retired
Palatka City Manager Allen Bush to a two-month term as interim
city manager on Thursday night.
Mayor Mary Lawson Brown, who
served on the commission while
Bush was city manager. “He never
lets us spend any money.”
Bush’s background in finance and
experience as the city’s manager
contributed to Mayor Terrill Hill’s
reaching out to him for the interim
position, Hill said.
Palatka Finance Director Matt
Reynolds was tasked with taking
over the city manager’s responsibilities as of Feb. 27, the day after the
commission unanimously voted to
terminate City Manager Michael
Czymbor’s contract.
“It would be beneficial to have
somebody here to help out,”
Reynolds said, adding that the
annual budget planning process
would soon begin.
Two payroll employees under
Reynolds’ direction and the city’s
only IT employee under Reynolds’
BY ASIA AIKINS
Palatka Daily News
On Dec. 1, Katherine Van
Zant, the wife of current
District 19 Rep. Charles Van
Zant, filed her intent to run.
Due to term limits, there
will be no incumbent. No
other candidates have filed
intents to run for the office.
“I just feel like it’s my
time…if I want to get into
public office at a state level,”
Payne said.
Payne, Katherine Van
After 2014’s “banner year” for
tourism in Putnam County, local
officials are working to keep
Putnam in the forefront for largescale events in 2016.
“Last March was different from
this March. We had two major
events that brought thousands of
people to the area,” said Putnam
County Chamber of Commerce
president Dana Jones. “But just
because we don’t have any of
those large-scale events scheduled, doesn’t mean we’re not
working to get them.”
The Azalea Festival at the
beginning of March is known to
kick off what officials call Putnam
County’s “busy season” for events
and tourism each year. This is
also the time of year chamber officials work hardest to attract
events to the county, Jones said.
“We have several conversations
going for 2016,” Jones said. “New,
large events are on top of our
annual schedule with events like
Blue Crab and the Wolfson’s fishing tournament.”
Last March, the Bike Florida
tour coupled with the Bassmasters
Elite series tournament had a $3
See PAYNE, Page 3A
See TOURISM, Page 3A
See PALATKA, Page 3A
Bobby Payne signs up for 2016 District 19 House race
BY BRANDON D. OLIVER
Palatka Daily News
The 2016 election is more
than a year and a half away,
but a Palatka resident has
already submitted paperwork to compete for the
District 19 state representative seat.
Having filed his paperwork
with the Supervisor of
Elections Office on Tuesday,
Bobby Payne will run as a
Republican during next
year’s election cycle.
Payne, a Palatka native
and 34-year employee of
Seminole Electric
Cooperative, said he filed
well before the June 20-24,
2016, qualification deadline
so that he could run as thorough of a campaign as possible.
“I think it’s important to go
ahead and file early…and
build momentum,” he said.
“It’s something I’ve been
looking at for 20 years. The
important thing I need to do
now is build a good campaign
fund.”
Payne said he has hired a
professional campaign manager from Tallahassee to help
with his political ambitions.
Hiring a manager and putting together a political team
so early should come in
handy, Payne said, because
he is not the first person to
show interest in being the
representative for District
19.
Crescent Citians ponder fresh ideas
STREET SCENE
BY PETE SKIBA
Palatka Daily News
CRESCENT CITY – No one wants redevelopment to be a rudderless boat.
About 20 people attended the first of many
Community Redevelopment Agency workshops
on the Miller property at 6 p.m. in City Hall.
“I don’t know how much will be decided,”
said City Manager Patrick Kennedy as he got
the discussion rolling. “We’ll talk about where
we’ve been and where we are going.
“We have a real opportunity to try and control our own destiny and what we want our
downtown to look like.”
Centering on the Miller property, a 2-acre
parcel on Summit Street at Central Avenue,
the discussion early on sparked ideas.
Joan Hagedorn, a member of the CRA
Advisory committee, had a couple suggestions,
including one that sounded like an arts and
crafts village.
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Crews demolish a former Miller Enterprises
building near Summit Street and Central Avenue
following Crescent City’s purchase of the property.
“We could have cottages with small businesses like glassblowers and painters,”
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A mannequin in a blue dress appears to eavesdrop
Thursday as visitors to the 300 block of St. Johns Avenue in
downtown Palatka enjoy the warm 80-degree temperatures.
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In Thursday’s edition of the Daily
News, it was reported that the
Azalea Days event at the Ravine
Gardens State Park began at the
park, eventually expanded to
Downtown Palatka and then came
back to the park.
Park officials said that the Azalea
Festival that is now held in downtown Palatka originally began at the
Ravines before being moved to its
current setting. Nineteen years ago,
the Garden Club of Palatka in conjunction with the Ravines started
Azalea Days, hosted by the Friends
of the Ravine Gardens, at the park.
Local
Palatka
Woman’s Club of Palatka
selling flowers, pork
The Woman’s Club of Palatka will
be selling azaleas for $3.50 each
until March 7. To preorder, contact
Betty Tyson at 329-3934 or Dee
Parker at 937-3196. Orders will be
available for pickup from the
Woman’s Club, 600 S. 13th St.,
Friday, March 20 from 3-6 p.m. and
Saturday, March 21 from 8 a.m. until
2 p.m.
The club is also selling smoked
pork butts for $20 each. The pork
butts will be available for pickup
March 21. To purchase, contact Pat
Baughman at 326-4087.
Trivia tourney to benefit
Putnam First Cancer
The First Putnam County
Potpourri Trivia Tournament, hosted by the Putnam First Cancer Fund
will be held Saturday at the Quality
Inn, 201 N. 1st St. Seating begins at
noon and food service by Beef
O’Brady’s will be served. Questions
begin at 1 p.m.
Details: 546-5768 or [email protected]
Writer to sign books
during festival
East Palatka’s John Charles Hain,
novelist, will be at Gem City Cottage
from 1-2 p.m. signing his new book,
“A Pipeline to Murder,” at 220 St.
Johns Ave., Suite 1.
Gem City Cottage will be open
during the Azalea Festival weekend.
Registration for college
summer term Monday
Registration for St. Johns River
State College’s summer sessions
begins Monday. Three sessions will
be offered with session one classes
from May 6 until June 18; session
two classes from May 6 until Aug 6;
and session three classes from June
24 until Aug. 6.
All new students are required to
attend orientation and should contact the counseling office for an
appointment. New student registration for all summer sessions for those
completing orientation begins March
12. Open registration for sessions
one and two will begin April 30 and
open registration for session three
begins on June 17.
The last day to apply for summer
sessions one and two is April 27; last
day to register is May 5. The last day
to apply for summer session three is
June 18; last day to register is June
23. Students are encouraged to apply
early.
Course schedule for all summer
sessions is available at SJRstate.
edu/courses.html
Details: Palatka campus, 3124200; Orange Park campus, (904)
276-6800; and St. Augustine campus, (904) 808-7400.
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King and queen dart
tournament at post
AMVETS Post 86 will host a King
and Queen Dart Tournament at 2
p.m. Saturday at 6685 Brooklyn Bay
Road. Space is limited to 30 teams –
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State
winter haven
Orange juice sales post
biggest decline in 3 years
If Florida citrus needs a hero, it
needs one right now.
A month after posting the best
results in seven months, U.S. orange
juice sales posted its biggest decline
in nearly three years.
The disappointing sales results
came just before the Citrus
Department announced the release
of the second issue of the adventures
of Captain Citrus, a promotional
campaign. But Captain Citrus is targeted at future OJ consumers,
fourth- and fifth-graders in schools
across the country, offering no immediate prospects for reversing the
13-year decline.
Sales of all 100 percent OJ products in U.S. supermarkets declined
10 percent in the four-week period
ending Feb. 14 on an average price
increase of 6.4 percent compared to a
similar period a year ago.
gainesville
Mother in jail after son
dies of morphine OD
Police in north Florida have
arrested a mother in connection with
the morphine overdose of her 2-yearold son.
Gainesville police say 26-year-old
Tracey Wells was arrested Tuesday
after toxicology tests confirmed the
toddler died of morphine toxicity on
July 27, 2014.
Authorities say Wells waited 9
hours before calling 911.
Investigators believe the boy, Erin
Wells, was fed morphine to calm him
down. Wells had recorded video of
Erin falling and unable to keep his
eyes open.
On his last day, Erin had been
watched by two of Wells’ friends, one
of whom had prescription morphine.
Wells returned home late in the
evening and found Erin asleep, tried
to revive him and eventually called
911.
Police still don’t know who gave
the boy the drugs.
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Twin sisters Glenda Appling and Brenda Appling, who are married to brothers, were the Melrose Bee Festival greeters
during the event in early February that included homemade baked goods, plants, jewelry and even honey for sale at
Heritage Park. The event also included a Chili Cook-Off at Chiappini’s store with proceeds benefiting the Melrose Library.
State’s student testing
mishaps continue
despite promised fix
Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s testing glitches
are continuing despite assurances from state
officials that problems have been fixed.
Education Commissioner Pam Stewart told
legislators on Thursday that on the third day of
testing students were able to log into the online
portal being used for the test. Students in middle school and high school are using the portal
to take a required standardized writing test.
Duval County was forced to suspend testing
shortly after it began on Thursday morning.
The school superintendent said students saw
blank screens when trying to log in.
Three of Florida’s largest counties were also
scheduled to resume testing on Thursday.
Officials in those counties had halted testing
earlier in the week due to problems.
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Civil Rights leader Niger Innis
to speak in Palatka Monday
Special to the Daily News
Putnam County Republican
Executive Committee Outreach
Program will host national
Civil Rights leader Niger Innis
on Monday beginning at 6:30
p.m. during a special meeting.
The event will be at the
Putnam County
Commissioners Auditorium,
2509 Crill Ave., Palatka.
Innis’ talk will be on
“Restoring the Dream.” He has
made appearances on CNN,
Fox News, CNBC’s “Equal
Time” and Bill Maher’s
“Politically Incorrect.” His
radio appearances have included “The Bob Grant Show” and
“Barry Farber Show.”
He is currently co-sponsoring a community outreach program with Dr. Alveda King,
niece of the Rev. Dr. Martin
Niger Innis
Luther King Jr.
Admission is free; but donations will be accepted and can
be made payable to Putnam
County REC. Seating is firstcome, first-serve.
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Hagedorn said. “We need a
really classy, good motel.
One with a quality name, so
that people could stay there
when they come to our functions.”
Another idea suggested
for the building occupying
part of the property, said
Hospital
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their services and expand
access to specialized healthcare throughout the area.”
HCA officials said in a
statement that HCA,
Putnam Community and Life
Point Hospitals, Putnam
Community’s parent company, are working together to
Tourism
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million economic impact in
Putnam, Jones said. And in
October, at least 300 paddlers
took to Putnam County waterways during the Florida
Paddlers Rendezvous.
Although Bike Florida’s
annual tour will not start in
Palatka this year, the group is
planning a tour on the
Bartram Trail just before
Putnam County’s first
Palatka
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direction all turned in resignations Friday. Reynolds
announced last month that he
would be resigning as finance
director to pursue another
opportunity.
“I don’t want to see the city
suffer if I leave,” he said.
“Fortunately, the other opportunity I had, they’re flexible.
It’s an ever-changing situation.”
Reynolds said he would
decide whether he would pursue an application for the city
manager’s position during the
transition period with Bush.
“For the couple of months
that I’m here, I plan to be working very closely with Matt. He
and I will probably be spending
a lot of time together,” Bush
said.
The commission voted unanimously for Bush’s appointment,
and gave the go-ahead for
Mayor Terrill Hill, City
Attorney Donald Holmes and
Bush to draft a contract for his
services.
The commission approved a
flat rate pay of $1,750 per week
for a period of eight weeks.
The commission also
approved the severance pack-
Angel Duke, community
activist, was an arts and cultural center. The center
would be of use for the
younger residents of the city
as well as the more mature
residents.
Another member of the
CRA Advisory Board, Jim
McMahon, said that any
thoughts of nonprofit use
should be tempered by the
investment already made in
the land and building and
future expenses.
“That $200,000 is five
years of total CRA income,”
McMahon added.
Kennedy noted that arts
centers might be nonprofit,
but they generate traffic and
bring people to an area who
shop and eat at restaurants.
The discussion also
brought up the idea that the
8,000-square-foot building
could be divided with one
floor an art center and offices or other businesses on the
other floor.
make sure there is a smooth
transition for hospital
employees and patients as
well as the community.
Putnam Community is the
only Life Point hospital that
is located in Florida.
The acquisition is subject
to customary regulatory
approvals, according to HCA,
and should be completed by
the end of this year’s second
quarter. The terms of the
agreement were not disclosed.
Michael Clark, the CEO of
Putnam Medical, said the
switch in parent companies
could help the hospital take
its service to the next level.
“Joining HCA North
Florida is an exciting prospect for Putnam Community
Medical Center, our patients,
medical staff and employees,” Clark said. “As part of
HCA, our hospital would be
part of a dynamic and
expanding regional healthcare system, enhancing our
Bartram Trail Conference in
October, Sam Carr said.
Carr is a member of the
Bartram Committee, a group
responsible for organizing
Bartram Trail markers for
Putnam County’s waterways
and trails.
Carr said the bi-annual conference has been taking place
since 1975 in various locations. The conference is
expected to bring at least 350
visitors to Putnam County
from all over Europe and the
United States.
The Bartram Trail
Conference will take place
Oct. 16-18, wrapping up the
events season in Putnam
County.
The 69th Azalea Festival
will kick off the events season
this Saturday and Sunday in
downtown Palatka.
Jones said the annual
Azalea Amateur Golf
Tournament, taking place
at the Palatka Golf Club
March 20-21, would probably be the biggest contributing event for March tourism, though.
“It’s a long-running tournament we have here at the
Palatka Golf Club,” she said.
age for former City Manager
Michael Czymbor covering a
lump sum payout and benefits
totaling more than $83,000.
Reynolds said the city would
use funds from the Palatka
Police Department’s savings to
fund Czymbor’s payout and
possibly Bush’s payment.
“We came up with enough
funds with the resignation of
the police chief and not filling
that position until the end of
this fiscal year,” Reynolds said.
“And some other personnel
changes they’ve had this year.
There’s enough savings there to
cover Mr. Czymbor’s severance
payout.”
Reynolds said there is a
$62,000 contingency budget
that could also be used.
Commissioners Justin
Campbell and Brown both said
they did not want to overload
Reynolds during this transitional period. Campbell recommended the interim city manager and Reynolds advertise for
the vacant positions in
Reynolds’ departments right
away.
“Being that one of (the vacancies) is our IT. That’s serious,”
Campbell said. “If something
was to crash today or tomorrow,
who would it fall on? Matt.”
Campbell and Brown also
said they were concerned with
the timing of the resignations.
Brown said she would like to
hold a meeting with all of the
city’s staff to let them know
their jobs are secure.
“I think rumor has started a
bunch of crap,” she said.
Hill said he recently spoke
with department heads and
employees who resigned.
“I wanted them to know it
wasn’t a witch hunt,” he said.
“(Czymbor’s termination) was
an isolated event.”
He agreed that the city staff
should be involved with a teambuilding exercise or visioning
session.
Hill suggested that everyone
on the commission should think
of a plan for the city’s search for
a new city manager and pres-
One driver arrested at
scene of U.S. 17 collision
The brainstorming for
redevelopment plans to continue with more workshops.
After all Kennedy said, “To
bring businesses in, a city
needs quality of life development for community redevelopment.”
By Pete Skiba
Palatka officials were
Palatka Daily News
scheduled to attend the
A rear-end collision became
workshop, but were detained
by an unscheduled meeting more serious when the atfault pickup driver battered a
in their own city.
Cadillac driver before 2:50
p.m. Thursday, according to a
[email protected]
Florida Highway Patrol trooper.
“There was a disturbance
ability to collaborate with when we arrived,” Trooper
other hospitals and advance Kelvin Vega said. “The subject
healthcare delivery in our battered the victim that he
c o m m u n i t i e s a n d a c r o s s ran into.”
North Florida.”
Troopers Vega and Zachery
HCA currently has 18,000 Stephens reported arresting
physicians and employees. the subject, 54-year-old John
It’s hospitals have designa- Phelps of Interlachen, and
tions including accredited taking him to Putnam County
chest pain centers, primary Jail. Emergency personnel
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“It will probably be one of the
bigger contributors for our
economic impact numbers
during the month of March. A
lot of people come to town for
that.”
Jones said the economic
impact study following each
event estimates that tourists
spend an average of $160 each
day they stay in Putnam
County, including the cost of a
hotel room.
“We’re hoping 2016 will be
another banner year,” she
said.
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ent their plan during next
week’s regular commission
meeting.
Bush said he would begin
working with the city today.
“Now I always ran an opendoor policy,” Bush said. “I would
expect anytime you had a question, or you want something
explained, please come into my
office.”
Payne
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winner of the contest will compete in the general election on
Nov. 8, 2016 – if there are any
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OPINIONS
PALATKA DAILY NEWS
Today is Friday, March 6, the
65th day of 2015. There are 300
days left in the year.
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W AY N E K N U C K L E S , P U B L I S H E R
AL KROMBACH, EDITOR
THIS DAY IN PUTNAM:
C O M M U N I T Y N E WS PA P E R S , I N C .
In 1914, the Camphor Farm,
located between the villages of
Satsuma and Welaka, produced
10,000 pounds of crude gum.
(Later, the gum was made into
camphor and bottled on the site.)
In 1931, Putnam County’s “No
Fence” law was declared unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme
Court. Farm animals were free to
roam until 1948 when a state
fence law was passed. Cattle often
sought the warm pavement to lie
on during cold nights, posing a
serious problem for motor vehicles.
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The real
‘state of the
state’
F
loridians saw a looser, more relaxed
Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday when he
delivered the first State of the State
speech of his second term. He even
drew laughter when he called the occasion
“a chance for me to show off my worldrenowned oratorical skills.”
Good one, governor.
Unfortunately, the welcome change in
style was not accompanied by a similar
change in substance.
The governor reiterated his goals of cutting taxes, spending more on public education and freezing graduate school tuition,
but he offered few hints about how to reach
those goals. Also absent was any mention of
some tough problems facing the Legislature.
Lawmakers would have found guidance
from the governor far more useful than
repeated praise for Florida’s “exceptionalism.”
The governor’s proposed budget contains
prime examples of the issues he failed to
address. His call for reduced taxation makes
good on a promise to voters, but lawmakers
say they still don’t have the money to pay
for all of Mr. Scott’s campaign vows, and he
offered no clue about how to select priorities.
The governor wants $700 million in tax
cuts and, commendably, record per-pupil
spending in public schools. As Rep. Mark
Pafford of West Palm Beach pointed out in
the Democratic reply, though, the education
increase is accomplished by raising schooldistrict taxes at the local level, in addition to
what the state can pitch in. That’s hard to
square with the repeated mantra of lower
taxes coming from Mr. Scott.
That surplus that his budget envisions is
no sure thing, either. To get there, it ignores
a huge hole created by the upcoming end of
a federal program for hospitals that treat
low-income patients. Without that $1.3 billion, the “surplus” turns into an illusion.
A related and glaringly obvious problem is
that Florida has one of the highest rates in
the nation for individuals without health
insurance — not the kind of “exceptionalism” to brag about.
Accepting federal funding for Medicaid
expansion would end that unhappy distinction, a move bravely supported by Senate
President Andy Gardiner. Here’s a perfect
opportunity for Mr. Scott to expend some of
the political capital that comes with a new
second term, but he was silent on Tuesday
instead of urging reluctant lawmakers to
undergo a change of heart.
Likewise, he had nothing to say about the
scandal in state prisons. Mr. Scott needs to
weigh in on a legislative proposal to wrest
control away from the executive office and
place it in the hands of an appointed commission, but on that topic, as well, Mr. Scott
had nothing to say.
Gov. Scott has shown leadership and good
judgment in some areas, such as testing public
school students. That makes it all the more
baffling that he skirted the issue altogether in
his speech, even though the epic statewide
failure of the test system one day earlier
underlined the urgent nature of the problem.
The governor wisely ordered a partial halt
to one series of tests recently, drawing
praise from parents and teachers, but he
passed up the chance to speak up about the
obsession with testing.
None of this augurs well for the upcoming
legislative session. The Republican-led
Legislature needs guidance on all of the
above issues, as well as on others that carry
equal urgency. Lawmakers may agree or disagree with the state’s chief executive — as
will we — but getting his input and ideas is
far preferable to leaving the impression that
the state is rudderless.
– The Miami Herald
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TODAY IN HISTORY
TODAY’S HIGHLIGHT IN HISTORY:
Pity the poor
weather predictors
I
f they didn’t look so prosperous in their expensive suits
and dresses, I would feel
sorry for TV weather predictors. They can’t win. When they
get the forecast right, nobody
says anything. When they get it
wrong, everybody says something.
In North Korea, getting the forecast wrong
might even get you killed. You may remember
last year when Kim Jong Un visited his meteorological centers, upset that they were sending
out “too many incorrect” weather forecasts.
Bad for the economy, the leader said. He may
have been blaming it all on outdated equipment, but North Korean meteorologists were
uncomfortable just the same.
The Washington Post reported that “the
strain on the faces of those being lectured
(was) quite evident.” And CNN described Kim
as appearing “red-faced” during his visits.
I’ve seen photos of Kim, and it’s not the
weather people he should be most angry with.
It’s his barber.
But even in this country, meteorologists
might predict a lynching when they miss a
forecast by two time zones. One problem is,
they try to outdo each other. If one TV station
offers a five-day forecast, the competitor comes
up with a seven-day outlook. Shoot, no one
knows for sure what the weather will be like
tomorrow, much less a week from now. And
those annual outlooks in the “Old Farmer’s
Almanac” are fairy tales.
The one who irritates me is the TV weatherperson who caters to people expecting a mild,
sunny day every day. We can be in a tremen-
dous drought—hasn’t rained in
six weeks—and finally there’s a
chance for rain in the forecast.
The meteorologist will rate the
rainy day a 4—which means a
bad day—and then practically
apologize that your shoes might
get wet if you venture outside.
Regular rain is a good thing. Ask a farmer.
Even snow can be a good thing. Ask a ski
resort. Freezing rain, well, I see no good purpose for water that freezes when it hits the
trees, which break and uproot and fall on
power lines, leaving people in the cold and
refrigerators in the warm and power company
crews in misery. Let’s rate that weather a 2,
maybe a 1.
We had freezing rain a couple of weeks ago.
A huge tree fell across the road that leads to
our road, knocking out power for three days
and holding scores of people hostage. The first
night without heat, my wife and I turned in at
8:30, our bed laden with quilts. The next night,
we played Scrabble by candlelight and hit the
sack at 9:30. The third night, we were able to
get our car out, and we bedded down in my
wife’s sister’s warm home.
Obviously, predicting the weather is a gamble, and these meteorologists do the best they
can. So to make up for my criticism, I plan to
write a letter of thanks to the next weather
predictor who gets his or her seven-day forecast exactly right.
But that might take a while.
PHIL
HUDGINS
Phil Hudgins is senior editor for Community
Newspapers Inc. [email protected]
Rodman never designed as a reservior
GUEST COLUMN
Rodman Pool to drain and
allowing the Ocklawaha River
Recent Palatka Daily News
and its floodplain to resume
editorials and opinion columns beneath Rodman that would
their natural place and funcby Jody Delzell have discussed otherwise be adding water to
tion will increase fish and
the future of Rodman Pool, at the Ocklawaha’s flow.
wildlife habitat. At present,
times in rather emotional
Rodman thus actually reduces Silver Springs, suffering from
terms. As a professional scien- the amount of potentially
its lack of regular visits by
tist, I encourage a rational,
migrating populations of catavailable water rather than
fact-based discussion of the
fish and mullet, has 92%
adding to it.
issue, and so I would like
The claim that Rodman acts fewer fish than it did 50 years
to contribute some corrective
ago before the Kirkpatrick
as a filter that is needed to
factual information concernDam blocked access. Even
keep excess nutrients from
ing Rodman Pool and the
reaching the St. Johns River is bass populations within Silver
Ocklawaha River.
not well supported by science. Springs are down by 60%.
I use the term “Rodman
If the Ocklawaha were
We know from recent studies
Pool” rather than “Rodman
that 75 percent of the nutrient reconnected, fish populations
Reservoir” not because I want removal is actually taking
in Silver Springs and the
to upset anyone, but because
place in the Ocklawaha River Ocklawaha would again
to call the Rodman impoundthrive. Various fish species in
upstream of Rodman, not in
ment a reservoir is simply not Rodman itself. In some years the St. Johns River would also
scientifically accurate. A resbenefit from regaining access
Rodman does almost nothing
ervoir is a designed water con- to remove nutrients. That sci- to their historic spawning
tainment area with a specific
ence is available for all to read areas, including striped bass
current and future water use
which historically used the
in recent engineering reports
plan. Rodman was never
Ocklawaha River. The
done for the Florida
designed or intended to serve
Department of Environmental result would be more fish, not
as a reservoir and could not be Regulation. If the Ocklawaha
fewer. Because allowing the
made to function efficiently as River were to regain the
Ocklawaha to resume its natone. Rodman Pool covers 9,500 length of its natural channel
ural channel and uninterruptacres at low water and 12,000 that is now underneath
ed flow would result in
acres at high water. By
enhanced recreational fishing
Rodman Pool, it would also
spreading the Ocklawaha
opportunities in both the
regain additional nutrient
River’s water out over such a
Ocklawaha and St. Johns
removal capacity.
large, unshaded area,
Rivers, the overall economThe U.S. Forest Service is
Rodman greatly increases the committed to restoring
ic impact in Putnam County
evaporative loss of water
would likewise be positive.
the river and its floodplain in
(when full, it is 25 million gal- a careful manner that ensures
lons per day). At the same
no nutrient pollution to the St. Roy R. “Robin” Lewis III is a professional wetland scientist and certitime, the additional head pres- Johns River. There is no reafied senior ecologist. He is Director
sure of Rodman’s impounded
son to think that it would be
of Science Policy for the Putnam
water suppresses outdifficult or expensive to do so.
County Environmental Council.
put from the springs
On balance, allowing
BY ROBIN LEWIS
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On March 6, 1857, the U.S.
Supreme Court ruled in Dred
Scott v. Sandford that Scott, a
slave, was not an American citizen
and could not sue for his freedom
in federal court.
ON THIS DATE:
In 1834, the city of York in
Upper Canada was incorporated
as Toronto.
In 1836, the Alamo in San
Antonio, Texas, fell to Mexican
forces after a 13-day siege.
In 1853, Verdi’s opera “La
Traviata” premiered in Venice,
Italy.
In 1933, a national bank holiday declared by President
Franklin D. Roosevelt aimed at
calming panicked depositors went
into effect. Chicago Mayor Anton
Cermak, wounded in an attempt
on Roosevelt’s life the previous
month, died at a Miami hospital
at age 59.
In 1935, retired Supreme Court
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes,
Jr., died in Washington two days
before his 94th birthday.
In 1953, Georgy Malenkov was
named premier of the Soviet
Union a day after the death of
Josef Stalin.
In 1965, actress Margaret
Dumont, perhaps best remembered for playing the foil in Marx
Brothers comedies, died in
Hollywood at age 82.
In 1967, the daughter of Josef
Stalin, Svetlana Alliluyeva,
appeared at the U.S. Embassy in
New Delhi and declared her intention to defect to the West.
In 1970, a bomb being built
inside a Greenwich Village townhouse by the radical Weathermen
accidentally went off, destroying
the house and killing three group
members.
In 1995, “The Jenny Jones
Show” taped an episode on samesex crushes during which
Jonathan Schmitz learned his
secret admirer was an acquaintance, Scott Amedure; three days
later, Schmitz fatally shot
Amedure.
TEN YEARS AGO:
Italian journalist Giuliana
Sgrena said American soldiers
gave no warning before they
opened fire on the car carrying her
to the Baghdad airport, killing the
Italian agent who’d just won her
freedom after a month in captivity.
The White House called the shooting a “horrific accident” and restated its promise to investigate fully.
FIVE YEARS AGO:
Voters in Iceland resoundingly
rejected a $5.3 billion plan to
repay Britain and the
Netherlands for debts spawned by
the collapse of an Icelandic bank.
ONE YEAR AGO:
Ukraine lurched toward breakup as lawmakers unanimously
declared they wanted to join
Russia and planned to put the
decision to voters; President
Barack Obama condemned the
move and the West imposed the
first real sanctions against Russia.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS:
Former FBI and CIA director
William Webster is 91. Former
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan
Greenspan is 89. Former Soviet
cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova
is 78. Actress-writer Joanna Miles
is 75. Opera singer Dame Kiri Te
Kanawa is 71. Singer Mary
Wilson (The Supremes) is 71.
Actor-director Rob Reiner is 68.
Singer Kiki Dee is 68. Fox News
reporter John Stossel is 68.
Composer-lyricist Stephen
Schwartz is 67. Sports correspondent Armen Keteyian is 62. Actor
Tom Arnold is 56. Actor D.L.
Hughley is 51. Former NBA player and College Basketball Hall of
Famer Shaquille O’Neal is 43. .
THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
“Le sens commun n’est pas si commun.” (Common sense is not so common.) — Voltaire, French author
and philosopher (1694-1778).
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Ulysee Lewis Sr., 64, of Spurlock, 83, of Satsuma, Orlando before moving to
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retired in 1977 after 37 years. Palatka, passed Tuesday, Feb. passed on Tuesday, March 3, Atlanta, where she continued
On Feb. 25, 2015, Presider 24, 2015 at his residence fol- 2015.
her career in nursing. Mrs.
Charles
Willie B. Lewis passed away lowing an extended illness.
Thomas was born to Easter
Joann C. Atkinson, 70, of
He was a native of Cairo, was born on
in Valdosta, Ga.
Mae Gibson and James
Clara Donaldson, 67, passed
Bunnell, passed away on
Sept. 11, 1931
He was preceded in death Ga., born to
Roberts.
away March 2, 2015 at The by both parents, and a sister t h e l a t e
in Morrisvale,
Mrs. Thomas was preceded Thursday, March 5, 2015 at
Bailey Center. Mrs. Donaldson and brother, Addie Mae Baker Moses Sr. and
W.Va., to the
in death by her son, Corey F l a g l e r H e a l t h a n d
was of the Baptist faith.
Rehabilitation Center in
late Albert W.
and James Lewis. His chil- L e n a M a e
Roberts.
M r s . D o n a l d s o n l e a v e s dren who preceded him in ( S h i v e r s )
and Rose
She leaves to cherish her Bunnell following an extended
behind four children to cher- death were Carolyn Hill, L e w i s , b u t
( P a y n e )
many memories a husband, illness.
ish her memories, Andrea Willie Dean Lewis, Glennie l i v e d i n
Arrangements will be
Spurlock. He
Robert Thomas, and children,
Donaldson, Myron Donaldson, Lewis, Deborah Campbell, P a l a t k a f o r
was a veteran
Pacquita (Pastor Ramon) a n n o u n c e d b y J o h n s o n Charlie Bailey, and Chronda Clara Smith and Christopher t h e p a s t 1 0
of the U.S.
Belton, Tanivi (Charles) Ware, Overturf Funeral Home in
Bailey, and a host of nieces, Bivins.
years, moving
Air Force.
Patrick (Kym) Tukes, Julia Palatka.
nephews, cousins and friends.
He leaves to cherish the back from St.
He retired
(Derrick) Green, Donisha
Homegoing celebration will memories, his children, Jessie Petersburg. He attended f r o m t h e
Hester, Donald Roberts,
be 11 a.m. Saturday, March 7 Lewis, Ethel Douglas, Dallas Central Academy High School N a t i o n a l
Ka’Rhonda Roberts, Keith
at Antioch Baptist Church in D o u g l a s ( P a m e l a ) , and was of the Baptist faith, a Weather Service and Central Williams, Jamel Hester, and
St. Augustine. Viewing will be Gainesville, Ellis Douglas roofer and a farm worker until Texas College. Charles loved Colby Hester.
John Henry Killebrew, 79,
Friday, March 6 at Antioch ( A l b e r t a ) , P o r t R i c h i e , his health failed.
to tell stories of his many
Homegoing services will be
Baptist Church. Burial will Benjamin Lewis (Barbara),
He is survived by his sons, adventures in life, never met a 2 p.m. Saturday, March 7 at of Orange Park, formerly of
t a k e p l a c e i n S a n e s v i l l e Rochester, N.Y., Donald Lewis Ulysee (Sheila) Lewis Jr. and stranger and served as com- Living Faith World Ministry Palatka, passed away on
Cemetery in Picolata.
(Mary), Alton Bivins (Brenda), Datwan (Keshia) Lewis, all of m a n d e r o f t h e A m e r i c a n in Daytona Beach, Dr. Tony Thursday, March 5, 2015 at
Coleman’s Mortuary of Palatka, Winston Bivins and P a l a t k a ; s t e p c h i l d r e n , L e g i o n P o s t 1 2 9 i n and Sharlene Barhoo, Pastor Haven Hospice Custead Care
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and William Hunter, Dallas; Russell, Keshia Russell, and years where he was a member 5-8 p.m. Friday, March 6 at ing an extended illness.
Arrangements will be
sisters-in-law, Vera Douglas, Ruth Russell, all of Palatka; for 49 years.
Shiloh Baptist Church of
Besides his parents, he is Daytona Beach. Burial will a n n o u n c e d b y J o h n s o n Palatka; Louise Douglas, seven grandchildren; brother,
Hastings; 34 grandchildren; Moses (Susie) Lewis Jr., St. preceded in death by two take place at Sunset Park Overturf Funeral Home in
Palatka.
55 great-grandchildren; 37 Petersburg; sister, Juanita brothers and two sisters.
Cemetery in Daytona Beach.
Survivors are his loving
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MONROVIA, Liberia —
Liberia released its last Ebola
patient, a 58-year old teacher,
from a treatment center on
Thursday, beginning its
countdown to being declared
Ebola free.
“I am one of the happiest
human beings today on earth
because it was not easy going
through this situation and
coming out alive,” Beatrice
Yardolo told The Associated
Press after her release. As she
walked out of the clinic, wearing a bright yellow shirt, hospital cap and a beaming smile,
Yardolo kept thanking God
and the health workers at the
center.
Yardolo said she had been
admitted to the Chinese-run
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the Paynesville district of
Monrovia on Feb. 18. A
mother of five, she is originally from the northeastern
county of Nimba near the
borders with Guinea and
Ivory Coast, but lives in
Monrovia where she teaches
English at a church-run
school.
The St. Paul’s Bridge community where she resides and
works had become the last
“hotspot” for Ebola cases in
Monrovia, according to Tolbert
Nyenswah, Assistant Health
Minister and head of the country’s Ebola response.
Yardolo’s release brings
Liberia hope after about a
year of battling the deadly
Ebola virus, which killed more
than 4,100 people in this West
African country.
There are no other confirmed cases of Ebola in the
country, and as such Liberia
can begin to count up to 42
days to be declared Ebola free
in keeping with World Health
Organization protocols and
standards, Nyenswah said
Wednesday. He challenged all
Liberians to commit themselves to achieving “zero
Ebola infections” by rigidly
abiding by the anti-Ebola regulations.
Liberian President Ellen
Johnson Sirleaf has said no
country can be declared Ebola
free until all the other countries have no cases.
Sierra Leone, Liberia and
Guinea have been hardest hit
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“This is an encouraging sign
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no room for complacency as
the number of new Ebola
cases in the region has risen
this week,” said Vickie
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move easily over the porous
borders that separate Guinea,
Liberia and Sierra Leone, so
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new case in any of the three
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The WHO on Wednesday
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last week, an increase from
the 99 cases reported the previous week. The agency said
the spread of Ebola remains
“widespread” in Sierra Leone
and noted that cases have
jumped both there and in
Guinea.
Nine new cases were reported in a 24-hour period, according to an update from the Sierra
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“There is always the risk of
re-infection. We’re still seeing
a lot of suspected and probable
cases in Liberia,” said
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introduced to Liberia from
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why that wouldn’t happen
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Guinea.”
Funk said that continued
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Guinea could be driving the
spread there.
According to WHO data,
both Guinea and Sierra Leone
have recorded more than a
dozen unsafe burials in the
past several weeks, while
Liberia hasn’t reported any
unsafe burials since mid-February. Unsafe burials, where
friends and family members
are in close contact with the
body of an Ebola victim, have
often sparked explosive
spread of the disease during
the outbreak.
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SIDELINES
ANDY HALL
Pitching,
hitting,
defense
T
hat’s one pretty cool balancing
act they’re pulling off at St.
Johns River State College.
The softball team has only
one player among the state’s top five
in any major statistical category –
Hunter Scharf, tied for third with 10
pitching victories – yet the Vikings
are higher and hotter than they’ve
ever been, at least in two decades as
a fastpitch program.
They’re ranked sixth in this
week’s Florida College System
Activities Association coaches’ poll,
up two spots from last week.
Thursday’s split with PascoHernando State – they lost the first
game – ended their win streak at 10.
That’s still the longest on campus
this year, two better than the pair of
eight-game streaks the nationally
ranked baseball team has put
together.
It is a tribute to balance.
“We’ve been able to put it all
together. We have good pitching,
good defense and we score some
runs. Last year, one of the pieces
always seemed to be missing,” coach
Katie Brosky said Thursday morning.
Not including the Pasco games,
SJR State is batting .323 as a team,
more than 70 points higher than
their opponents. Freshman
Savannah Montgomery leads the
way at .459 with two home runs,
seven doubles, a triple and 25 RBI.
Sophomore Tikeya Strong is at .394
with a team-high 14 stolen bases.
Sophomores Nicole Brock and
Jennifer Valle are at .320 and .318
respectively, Valle with a team-high
four home runs to go with 19 RBI.
Though not an everyday player with
a quarter the at-bats of Montgomery,
Scharf is getting it done at the plate
with a .368 batting average.
Scharf is 10-4 with a 1.96 ERA
and three shutouts. Brock (8-2) has
three shutouts, too, along with a 1.59
ERA and a team-high 50 strikeouts.
“We’ve got a great group of kids
and they’ve got an expectation to win
and they set out and do it,” Brosky
said. “They’re excited, but they’re not
satisfied. They want to keep jumping
in the pool. They have goals and
being at the top of the (Mid-Florida)
Conference is one of those goals.”
It is a goal both admirable and formidable. If the Vikings’ early success
is a novelty – they were a mere 17-31
last season – it is old hat to conference rivals Central Florida (24-2)
and Seminole State (18-2), the No. 1
and No. 3 teams in the same FCSAA
polls that has the Vikings sixth. Two
other Mid-Florida teams, FSCJacksonville and Santa Fe, are
receiving votes.
Brosky isn’t blinking in the face of
strong opposition, though, and she
wants her team to share her confidence as the conference opener
approaches Tuesday at Lake-Sumter
State.
“We feel we can hang in there
with any team,” she said. “Central
Florida scores a lot of runs, but they
also give up runs. Seminole doesn’t
give up many runs. But we can
score.
“(The poll) allows them to see
what other people think of them. It
fires us up and makes us want to be
at the top of the poll.”
n Unnoticed in the first two Prep
Zone state baseball polls this season,
7-1 Palatka High may receive – and
deserve – some attention if it wins at
No. 10 Brooksville Hernando on
Saturday.
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SPORTS
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2015
B SECTION
Rams win six classes on way to county title
Panthers edge Raiders
for second place
Palatka Daily News
Little guys gave a big lift to the
Interlachen High School weightlifting team on Thursday.
The Rams swept the four lightest
weight classes on their way to the
Putnam County championship at
Crescent City. They also won the two
heaviest classes while ringing up 42
points. Palatka edged Crescent City
for second place, 32-30.
“It’s a very big deal and it’s a step
in the right direction for our program
– not just the weightlifting program,
but the football program because
these guys play football,” said Roy
Zook, an assistant coach in both
sports at IHS. “A lot of them had personal bests. Our big thing is every
week we want them to have a new
personal best. Coach (Mike) Cullison
and I are very pleased with these
young men.
“It’s good to be a Ram.”
Interlachen’s winners began with
Tristan Waldrup, who benched 140
pounds and cleaned 120 for a 260
total in the 119-pound weight class.
The firsts kept coming with Brandon
Figueroa at 129 (175-155–330),
Jonathan Beck at 139 (170-160–330)
and DeAndre Minter at 154 (200195–395). Teammate Juan Vasquez
matched Beck’s total in the 139 class,
but Beck got the nod because he was
lighter at weigh-in.
The heaviest total of the day,
appropriately, was put up by
Interlachen heavyweight Joel
Makatura with 340-265–605. The
Putnam Track and Field
Rams’ Jermaine Evans won the 238pound class at 315-265–580.
Palatka and Crescent City each
won two classes.
The Panthers got a 255-250–505
performance from Wynton Givens in
the 169-pound class. Ja’twan Honor
claimed 219 with a 290-290–580 figure.
The Raiders’ firsts came from
Dennis Barlow at 183 pounds (230190–420) and Dadrian Ellis at 199
pounds (270-200–470).
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Busch
won’t be
charged
Former girlfriend said
race driver choked her
By Randall Chase
Associated Press
Photos by CHRIS DEVITTO / Palatka Daily News
Above, Crescent City’s Steven Simmons (left) edges Palatka’s Dontaevone Evans in the 100 meters.
Below, Palatka’s Bryan Williams was the shot put winner.
Just Before Dark
Crescent City girls, Palatka boys are team champions
By Mark Blumenthal
A
Palatka Daily News
s the only lights on an otherwise dark
Palatka High School track were beamed
from the adjacent tennis courts, birthday
girl Sanika Smith heard Crescent City’s
name as winner of the Putnam County
track and field championship meet on Thursday.
“Glad to finally win something,” said the Raider
senior as she grabbed the trophy, one that has not
been captured by the school in a long, long time.
The Raiders scored 61 points, beating Palatka
with 55. Interlachen finished with 13 points.
Palatka’s boys scored 97 points to once again win
the team competition, ahead of a short-handed
Crescent City team, which scored 55 points.
Interlachen scored four.
The Most Outstanding Performers came from the
second-place teams. Steven Simmons of Crescent
City won for the boys and Palatka’s Genisha Wilson
won for the girls.
It became hard to see as the final 4x400 relay was
run with darkness approaching. Meet director and
PHS coach Steven Gonzalez said it wasn’t worth
putting the lights on for what would have been
amounted to 15 minutes. The meet was held unusually early this year compared to previous years,
according to Gonzalez, because of spring break and
a busy schedule involving the three county schools.
And the meet suffered for it:
n Palatka’s Ka’ven Berry, a sure winner of the
400-meter run and a medal favorite at the state 2A
meet, is nursing a hamstring injury. He’s expected
back soon.
n Like Berry, Palatka’s Jaelyn Hendrieth was a
Daily News Prep Track Performer of the Year in
2014. She’s been out since spraining her ankle in a
basketball state playoff game. Gonzalez said she
was cleared on Wednesday, but he held her back
due to a lack of conditioning and practice.
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DOVER, Del. — NASCAR driver
Kurt Busch will not face criminal
charges over claims by his ex-girlfriend that he smashed her head
into a bedroom wall and choked her,
Delaware prosecutors said
Thursday.
The decision by the state attorney
general’s office ends the criminal
investigation of Busch, known in
NASCAR circles as “The Outlaw,”
over allegations by Patricia Driscoll,
whom Busch’s attorneys portrayed
as a scorned woman who tried to
destroy Busch’s career after he
ended their relationship.
State prosecutors said there was
not enough evidence to bring criminal charges.
“After a thorough consideration of
all of the available information
about the case, it is determined that
the admissible evidence and available witnesses would likely be insufficient to meet the burden of establishing beyond a reasonable doubt
that Mr. Busch committed a crime
during the September 26th incident,” the attorney general’s office
said in a prepared statement.
A spokesman for the Dover Police
Department, which investigated the
incident and gave its findings to the
attorney general’s office, said the
department respects the decision
and has no further comment.
In a prepared statement, Busch
thanked prosecutors for carefully
considering the evidence and his
supporters for standing by him
“throughout this nightmare.”
“As I have said from the beginning, I did not commit domestic
abuse,” Busch said. “I look forward
to being back in racing as soon as
possible and moving on with my
life.”
Driscoll said in a prepared statement she was disappointed that
“full justice” was not served.
Driscoll, who had made the rounds
of television shows after being
granted a no-contact order, also suggested media coverage of the case
was marked by “distortions” and
“sensationalism.” She offered no
specifics.
Mark Dycio, an attorney for
Driscoll, suggested the decision not
to bring charges may have been
based not on law, but on Delaware
prosecutors’ desire to avoid “a media
circus.”
PREP ROUNDUP
Lopsided baseball victories for Warriors, Raiders
Palatka Daily News
Vinny Dodge won for the third
time in a week as visiting Peniel
Baptist Academy overwhelmed Hope
Christian of Bradford County, 16-1.
Dodge (3-1) struck out nine,
walked one, hit a batter and allowed
one hit over four scoreless innings of
the five-inning game. Only one of his
wins in the last seven days was a seven-inning complete game; his other
win came in relief.
The Warriors (3-6) led 13-0 after
three innings.
Dodge, Kenyon Varner and Logan
Morris had two hits apiece for Peniel.
Both Varner and Austin Spedden
doubled and scored four runs. Dodge
scored three runs. Peniel’s other hits
were a double by Ariel Leto and singles by Dominic Huerta and Frankie
Comer.
n Four Crescent City batters had
two hits each in a 13-0 rout at
Hawthorne.
Chase Mascia went 2-for-3 with a
double for the Raiders (4-4). Dillon
Dunnigan, Brandon Reiter and Ryne
Beasley were all 2-4, Beasley with a
triple. Max Jackson and winning
pitcher Dakota Horvath both singled.
Horvath got his first win of the
year, striking out seven, walking five
and allowing three hits over five
scoreless innings.
The Raiders host Wildwood
tonight in a District 8-1A contest.
n Jase Foshee’s one-out double in
the fifth ended the no-hit bid of Santa
Fe’s Spencer Haire, but almost everything else went the Raiders’ way in
an 11-1 defeat of visiting Interlachen.
Foshee went on to score on Kyle
McCole’s single. The Rams fell to 2-8
overall and 3-1 in District 5-4A.
Santa Fe (8-1, 3-1) had 13 hits.
See ROUNDUP, Page 2B
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NOTE: Schedules are submitted by
schools, leagues and recreation
departments and are subject to
change without notice.
FRIDAY, March 6
HIGH SCHOOL
Wrestling
At Clay High School
Interlachen, Palatka at Region 2-1A
Tournament, noon
Softball
Wildwood at Crescent City, 6 p.m.
Baseball
Wildwood at Crescent City, 6 p.m.
Tennis
The Villages at Interlachen, 4 p.m.
Track and Field
At Jacksonville Bolles School
Crescent City at The Bulldog Classic,
12:30 p.m.
COLLEGE
Baseball
Seminole State at SJRSC, 6 p.m.
Softball
Grand Rapids (Mich.) at SJRSC (2),
2:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, March 7
HIGH SCHOOL
Softball
The Buffalo Stampede
At The Villages High School
Interlachen vs. TBD, 3 p.m.
Baseball
Palatka at Brooksville Hernando, 1
p.m.
COLLEGE
Baseball
SJRSC at Seminole, 2 p.m.
TIDES
Palatka City
High Today
3:53A,4:09P
March 7 4:27A,4:42P
March 8 5:01A,6:16P
Dock
Low
11:10A,11:23P
11:43A,11:50P
-----------,1:14P
St. Augustine Beach
High
Low
Today
8:19A,8:39P 2:15A,2:31P
March 7 8:54A,9:14P 2:52A,3:03P
March 8 10:30A,10:50P 4:28A,4:35P
LOCAL BOWLING
FUNTIME SENIORS LEAGUE
At Putnam Lanes
February 18
Standings: Old Timers, 53-19;
Gamblers, 44.5-27.5; Satsuma 4,
44-28; Pin Pals, 41.5-30.5; Bowl
Movement, 40-32; Odd Balls, 40-32;
Pin Pushers, 38.5-33.5;
Unbowlieveable, 37-35; Oldies But
Goodies, 37-35; Pin Chasers, 26.545.5; Aces, 25-47.
High scratch game, team: Odd
Balls, 726; Old Timers, 678; Bowl
Movement, 647.
High handicap game, team: Odd
Balls, 915; Bowl Movement, 845; Old
Timers, 831.
High scratch series, team: Old
Timers, 1,997; Odd Balls, 1,970; Bowl
Movement, 1,821.
High handicap series, team: Odd
Balls, 2,537; Old Timers, 2,456; Bowl
Movement, 2,415.
High scratch game, men: Jim
Britton, 225; Mike Howland, 224; Sim
Suter, 203.
High handicap game, men: Jim
Britton, 260; Mike Howland, 256; Dan
Schultz, 234.
High scratch series, men: Jim
Britton, 614; Mike Howland, 581; Sim
Suter, 573.
High handicap series, men: Jim
Britton, 719; Mike Howland, 677; Sim
Suter, 657.
High scratch game, women: Nancy
Suter, 183; Barbara Harrell, 182; Sonya
Shippee, 179.
High handicap game, women:
Nancy Suter, 238; Barbara Harrell, 235;
Shirley Warren, 235.
High scratch series, women:
Barbara Harrell, 476; Sonya Shippee,
456; Margie Meyer, 450.
High handicap series, women:
Barbara Harrell, 635; Shirley Warren,
628; Joyce Kilby, 622.
Splits converted: Tom Brown, 2-7,
6-7-10 (clean game); Don Bailey, 3-10;
Nancy Suter, 3-10; Jim Britton, 2-7 (3)
(2 clean games); Rich Brusseau, 3-10;
Sim Suter (clean game); Nick
Straniero, 3-10; Sonya Shippee, 3-10;
Chris Sheridan, 4-7-10; Joan Holley,
5-8-10, 5-7; Joyce Kilby, 3-10; Barbara
Harrell, 3-10; Ruth Vickers, 3-10; Elvin
Wilson, 2-7; Sandie Sapp, 3-10.
AUTO RACING
3 p.m.
Fox Sports 1
4:30 p.m. Fox Sports 1
6 p.m.
Fox Sports 1
7:30 p.m. Fox Sports 1
NASCAR Sprint Cup practice for Kobalt 400, at Las
Vegas
NASCAR Xfinity practice
for Boyd Gaming 300, at
Las Vegas
NASCAR Sprint Cup pole
qualifying for Kobalt 400,
at Las Vegas
BOXING
10 p.m. Fox Sports 1
11 p.m. ESPN2
Super featherweight bout
between Santiago Guevara and Carlos Morales;
lightweight bout between
Christian Gonzalez and
Julio Cesar Sarinana; featherweight bout between
Joseph Diaz Jr. and Juan
Luis Hernandez, at Los
Angeles
Junior middleweight between Antwone Smith and
Tony Harrison, at Las Vegas
GOLF
7:30 a.m. Golf Channel
1 p.m.
Golf Channel
6 p.m.
Golf Channel
4:30 a.m. Golf Channel
European PGA Africa
Open, second round, at
East London, South Africa
PGA-WGC Cadillac
Championship, second
round, at Doral
PGA Puerto Rico Open,
second round, at Rio
Grande (tape)
LPGA Women’s Champions, third round, at Singapore (tape)
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
7 p.m.
ESPN2
7:30 p.m. ESPNU
9 p.m.
ESPN2
9:30 p.m. ESPNU
7 p.m.
FS Florida
8 p.m.
ESPN
10:30 p.m. ESPN
Akron at Kent State
Ohio Valley Conference
Tournament, semifinal, Murray State vs. More-
head State, at Nashville, Tenn.
Texas Tech at Baylor
Ohio Valley Conference
Tournament, semifinal,
Eastern Kentucky vs. Belmont, at Nashville, Tenn.
NBA
Kings at Magic
Suns at Nets
Mavericks at Warriors
WOMEN’S NATIONAL SOCCER
Noon
Fox Sports 1
Algarve Cup, U.S. vs.
Switzerland, at Vila Real
de Santo Antonio, Portu-
gal
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
11 a.m. Sun Sports
1 p.m.
SEC Network
2 p.m.
Sun Sports
3:30 p.m. SEC Network
6 p.m.
Sun Sports
7 p.m.
SEC Network
8:15 p.m. Sun Sports
9:30 p.m. SEC Network
PREP BASEBALL
Peniel Baptist 16, Hope Christian 1
Peniel Baptist
5
35 30–16 10 1
0
00 01– 1 2 7
Hope Christian
Dodge, Leto (5) and Varner. Hewitt,
Howell (4) and Noble. W–Dodge,
3-1. L–Hewitt. 2B–Peniel Baptist:
Roundup
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1B
SOFTBALL
n After losing to Pierson Taylor,
11-6, Interlachen bounced back to
beat Mount Dora Bible, 18-7, in the
second game of the Buffalo Stampede
event at The Villages.
Miranda Polk went 6-for-9 with
four runs and five RBI, while Tori
Gravelle was 5-for-10 with two runs
and five RBI for the Rams (5-8) in the
two games. Amanda Quinby was
4-for-7 with three runs and four RBI,
Rachel Johnson went 3-for-4 with a
run and three RBI in the first game,
Samantha Pearson went 2-for-5 with
three runs and two RBI and Kortney
Masters finished 2-for-9 with two
runs and two RBI for Interlachen,
which also got single hits from Sara
Track
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1B
n While the county track championship was taking place, so, too, was the
county boys weightlifting championship at Crescent City. As a result,
Raiders coach Stacy Cook was missing
three of his key competitors, including
shot and discus thrower Larry Blue,
who medaled in the track meet last
year. Gonzalez was missing one of his
throwers as well, Paul Mast.
Thus it felt like an average regular
season meet. But Cook, who started
out two years ago with just seven girls
when he took over as coach, was
pleased with the end result.
“We’re now at 14 girls,” Cook said.
“We’re still a young team, but now
we’re a little more disciplined and ded-
ACC Tournament, quarterfinal, Wake Forest vs.
Duke, at Greensboro, N.C.
SEC Tournament, quarterfinal, Arkansas vs. South
Carolina, at Little Rock
ACC Tournament, quarterfinal, Miami at Notre
Dame, at Greensboro, N.C.
SEC Tournament, quarterfinal, Texas A&M at LSU,
at Little Rock
ACC Tournament, quarterfinal, Virginia Tech vs. Florida State, at Greensboro,
N.C.
SEC Tournament, quarterfinal, Georgia vs. Tennessee, at Little Rock
ACC Tournament, quarterfinal, North Carolina vs.
Louisville, at Greensboro,
N.C.
SEC Tournament, quarterfinal, Kentucky vs. Mississippi State, at Little Rock
Spedden, Varner, Leto; Hope
Christian: Daugherty.
Records: Peniel 3-6, Hope 1-1
Crescent City 13, Hawthorne 0
202 72–13 10 0
Crescent City
Hawthorne
0
00 00– 0 3 6
Horvath and Reiter. McCroan, Brown
Bell, Haylee Murphy, Hannah
Hughes and Alison Ray.
Murphy picked up her first varsity
win against Mount Dora Bible, throwing five innings of relief, allowing two
runs on two hits, walking three and
striking out two.
The Rams will play a yet-to-bedetermined opponent at 3 p.m.
Saturday.
Santa Fe 11, Interlachen 1
Interlachen
000 01– 1 2 1
Santa Fe
522 02–11 13 0
Glisson, Foshee (5) and McCole.
Haire and Brown. W–Haire, 3-1. L–
Glisson, 0-2. 2B–Interlachen:
Foshee; Alachua Santa Fe: Brown 2,
Buonsignore, Dragaset.
Records: Interlachen 2-6 (1-3),
Santa Fe 8-1 (3-1).
PREP SOFTBALL
The Buffalo Stampede
At The Villages High School
Pierson Taylor 11, Interlachen 6
Interlachen
100 302 0– 6 11 3
Pierson Taylor 063 020 x–11 10 1
Bedenbaugh, Murphy (6) and
Johnson; Chappell and Gagnon; W–
Chappell, 7-3. L–Bedenbaugh, 4-5.
2B–Interlachen: Johnson 2, Pearson;
Pierson Taylor: Neely.
Record: Pierson Taylor 7-3.
Interlachen 18, Mt. Dora Bible 7
Interlachen
205 009 2–18 15 2
Mt. Dora Bible 230 002 0– 7 5 4
Bedenbaugh, Murphy (3) and
Masters; Curley, Burford (6) and
Michael; W–Murphy, 1-0. L–Curley,
1-3. 2B–Interlachen: Gravelle 3, Polk.
Records: Interlachen 5-8, Mount
Dora Bible 3-6.
PREP TENNIS
BOYS
Palatka 4, Florida D&B 3
Singles: Frederick (P) d. Snead,
8-2; Crego-Loureire (P) d. Horvath,
8-4; Tilton (P) d. Vital, 9-8 (7-4); D.J.
D’Angelo (D&B) won by forfeit; Z.
D’Angelo (D&B) won by forfeit;
Doubles: Frederick-Crego-Loureire
(P) d. Horvath-D.J. D’Angelo, 8-4;
Vital-Z. D’Angelo (D&B) won by forfeit.
Record: Palatka 1-5.
GIRLS
Florida Deaf & Blind 6, Palatka 1
Singles: Clay (D&B) d. Hund, 8-2;
Kleckley (D&B) d. Harrell, 8-1; Lehne
(P) d. Henberry, 8-5; Lockner (D&B)
d. Adkins, 8-1; Durand (D&B) d.
Mace, 8-1; Doubles: Clay-Lockner
(D&B) d. Hund-Harrell, 8-1; KleckleyRodriguez (D&B) d. Lehne-Adkins,
8-3.
Record: Palatka 1-5.
LOCAL COLLEGE
SOFTBALL
Game One
Pasco-Hernando 6, SJR State 1
Pasco-Hernando 010 040 1–6 10 0
SJRSC
000 001 0–1 3 2
Lynch and Shoulta; Scharf and Valle;
W–Lynch. L–Scharf, 10-5. 2B–PascoHernando: Iopriesto; SJRSC: Leduc.
Game Two
SJR State 5, Pasco-Hernando 2
Pasco-Hernando 000 200 0–2 3 1
SJRSC
201 101 x–5 10 2
Lynch and Baker; Wildes and Valle;
W–Wildes, 1-0. L–Lynch. 2B–PascoHernando: Shoulta; SJRSC: Wildes
2, Valle.
Records: Pasco-Hernando 6-12,
SJR State 19-7.
NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
GP W L OTPts GFGA
Montreal
64 41 18 5 87 172142
Tampa Bay 66 40 20 6 86 217173
Detroit
62 36 15 11 83 182160
Boston
6331221072168
165
Florida
6528231470159
185
62 28 23 11 67 176167
Ottawa
Toronto
65 26 34 5 57 175199
Buffalo
64 19 40 5 43 123215
Metropolitan Division
GP W L OTPts GFGA
N.Y. Islanders 66 42 21 3 87 211185
N.Y. Rangers 63 39 17 7 85 197155
Pittsburgh
63 36 18 9 81 182158
Washington 6635211080194
164
Philadelphia 6528251268173
187
165
New Jersey 6427271064144
Columbus
63 26 33 4 56 163201
Carolina
62 24 31 7 55 144167
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
GP W L OTPts GFGA
Nashville
66 41 18 7 89 196162
Hall
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1B
St. Louis
64 40 19 5 85 198162
Chicago
64 38 21 5 81 188152
Minnesota
64 35 22 7 77 181164
Winnipeg 6532211276180
175
Dallas
6529261068203
215
Colorado
64 28 25 11 67 170183
Pacific Division
GP W L OTPts GFGA
66 42 17 7 91 196179
Anaheim
Vancouver 64 36 24 4 76 184176
Calgary
64 35 25 4 74 182165
Los Angeles 6330211272171
164
San Jose
65 32 25 8 72 185183
Arizona
65 21 37 7 49 142220
Edmonton 6418361046145
213
NOTE: Two points for a win, one
point for overtime loss.
Wednesday’s Games
Ottawa 3, Winnipeg 1
Detroit 2, N.Y. Rangers 1, OT
Colorado 3, Pittsburgh 1
Anaheim 3, Montreal 1
Thursday’s Games
Calgary 4, Boston 3, SO
Dallas 4, Florida 3, SO
Arizona 3, Vancouver 2, SO
Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 1
Minnesota 2, Washington 1
Tampa Bay 4, Toronto 2
N.Y. Islanders 4, Nashville 3
Montreal at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Friday’s Games
Columbus at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Minnesota at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Buffalo at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
Calgary at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Edmonton at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Anaheim, 10 p.m.
NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
WL PctGB
Toronto
3823 .623 —
Brooklyn
2534 .424 12
Boston
2435 .407 13
Philadelphia
1348 .213 25
New York
1248 .20025½
Southeast Division
WL PctGB
x-Atlanta
4812 .800 —
Washington
3427 .55714½
Miami
2733 .450 21
2633 .44121½
Charlotte
Orlando
1943 .306 30
Central Division
WL PctGB
Chicago
3923 .629 —
3924 .619 ½
Cleveland
Milwaukee
3229 .525 6½
Indiana
2634 .433 12
Detroit
2337 .383 15
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
WL PctGB
4317 .717 —
Memphis
4120 .672 2½
Houston
Dallas
4022 .645 4
37 23 .617
6
San Antonio
New Orleans
3328 .54110½
Northwest Division
WL PctGB
Portland
4019 .678 —
Oklahoma City 34 28 .548 7½
Utah
2436 .40016½
2239 .361 19
Denver
Minnesota
1347 .21727½
Pacific Division
WL PctGB
Golden State
47 12 .797 —
40 22 .645 8½
L.A. Clippers
3230 .51616½
Phoenix
2138 .356 26
Sacramento
1644 .26731½
L.A. Lakers
x-clinched playoff spot
Wednesday’s Games
Phoenix 105, Orlando 100
Indiana 105, New York 82
Cleveland 120, Toronto 112
Boston 85, Utah 84
Charlotte 115, Brooklyn 91
New Orleans 88, Detroit 85
Oklahoma City 123, Philadelphia 118,
OT
Memphis 102, Houston 100
Denver 100, Minnesota 85
Miami 100, L.A. Lakers 94
San Antonio 112, Sacramento 85
Golden State 102, Milwaukee 93
Portland 98, L.A. Clippers 93, OT
Thursday’s Games
Chicago 108, Oklahoma City 105
Dallas at Portland, 10:30 p.m.
Friday’s Games
Utah at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Miami at Washington, 7 p.m.
Sacramento at Orlando, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Toronto at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Cleveland at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
Boston at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Detroit at Houston, 8 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Phoenix at Brooklyn, 8 p.m.
Denver at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.
Dallas at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
weightlifting championships
held on the same day?
Was Thursday the only day
between the middle of
February and the first of April
that both events could have
been held, even accounting for
spring break? Were there not
some shot put and discus people that would have liked to
participate in both? No way
with the track meet in
Palatka and the weightlifting
competition in Crescent City.
Is this the best way to
showcase these sports, to
have them compete for attention with each other along
with baseball and softball and
tennis?
Come on, folks.
n Palatka High’s boys won their
first match of the season, 4-3, over visiting St. Augustine Florida D&B.
Nailing down wins for the Panthers
were Jordan Frederick (first singles),
Cesar Crego Loureiro, Bradley Tilton
and the first doubles team of Frederic
and Crego Loureiro.
n Palatka girls dropped a 6-1 decision at home to Florida D&B. The lone
win for the Panthers (1-5) came from
Melanie Lehne at third singles.
The Panthers are coming
off a humble 11-13 campaign
in which they were throttled
by the playoff teams from
District 4-5A, Clay and Ponte
Vedra, which goes a long way
to explain their anonymity
coming into 2015. They lost
4-3 to Hernando in the Azalea
Bowl two weeks ago and if
they can turn the tables
Saturday in Brooksville, the
state is bound to notice.
Unbeaten Fort Lauderdale
Archbishop McCarthy is
ranked first. Clay and Ponte
Vedra are unranked.
n Why, oh why, were the
Putnam County track and
icated.”
Cook said last year that one of his
goals was to have a program that has
grown the same way that Gonzalez
has grown his at Palatka. On
Thursday, the Raiders took a big step.
“The ultimate goal was to win,” he
said. “Just about everybody hit their
personal bests and some didn’t, but I
was proud of each and every one of my
girls. All of them stepped up. They
knew the challenge out there and
came out and worked hard.”
Emonai Wynn helped the Raiders’
cause by winning the triple jump (26foot-4 1/2) and 100-meter high hurdles
(22.04). Artia Williams won the high
jump with a 4-2 leap and Smith
claimed the 300-meter intermediate
hurdles. The 4x100 relay team of
Larissa Addison, Wynn, Nadia
Ghousani and Williams won at
1:03.27.
“We’ll use this meet as a building
block for the rest of the season,” Cook
said. “We still have districts and
regionals to go and I’d like to have
more than just one person to state this
year (last year, it was senior Akia
Berrien for the boys team).”
Lack of depth hurt Palatka.
Wilson had a big day, winning the
long jump with a leap of 14-9, the 100
(12.71), the 200 (27.03) and the 400
(1:06). Michele Dampier won the 1,600
(6:54) and 3,200 (16:07), Kaylie Vinson
won the 800 (3:18.22), Abrielle
Robertson took first in the shot put
(30-3) and the 4x800 (Vinson, Regan
Sheehan, Lacey Jones and Dampier in
12:48.95) and 4x400 (Wilson, Sheehan,
Vinson and Jones in 4:59.69) finished
first as well.
“We only had six girls out there and
they did well for themselves,” Gonzalez
said. “Hopefully, Jaelyn will be ready
TENNIS
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(4), Abbott (4), Cassels (5) and
Cassels, Abbott (5). W–Horvath, 1-2.
L–McCroan. 3B–Crescent City:
Beasley. 2B–Crescent City: Mascia.
Records: Crescent City 4-4,
Hawthorne 0-5
MIDDAY CASH 3 1-1-1
EVENING CASH 3 6-6-9
Andy Hall is sports editor of
the Palatka Daily News.
Pasco manages
split with Vikings
Palatka Daily News
The 10-game winning streak came to an end for
the St. Johns River State College softball team on
Thursday.
No problem, though, since the Vikings were able
to salvage a split against Pasco-Hernando to win
three of four games this season against the
Conquistas.
After Pasco-Hernando won the first game, 6-1,
the Vikings used a 3-for-4, three-run, one-RBI performance from Tikeya Strong to capture the nightcap, 5-2, and improve to 19-7, one victory away
from coach Katie Brosky’s fourth 20-win season in
her five seasons.
The Conquistas (6-12) rode Clarissa Lynch’s
arm to victory in the first game as she went the
distance on a three-hitter, walking two and striking out two. Haley Wildes and Julie Leduc each
went 1-for-3 while Francesca Gazarato delivered a
hit. Strong drove in the only run, scored by pinchrunner Erin Klein.
In the second game, the Vikings got to Lynch for
10 hits. While Strong had a big game second game,
so did Wildes, who was 3-for-3 with a run and two
RBI. Savannah Montgomery, Jen Valle, Leduc and
Ally Resendes had one hit apiece with Valley driving in two runs. Wildes (1-0), a freshman from
Jacksonville Bolles, walked seven, but gave up
three hits and struck out two to get the win.
The Vikings will be back in action this afternoon, weather permitting, against Grand Rapids
(Mich.) Community College starting at 2:30.
SPORTS BRIEFS
GOLF
Holmes fires 62 at Doral
DORAL — J.B. Holmes never liked the old Blue
Monster at Doral because he thought it was too easy
for a World Golf Championship.
He said this with a straight face Thursday after a
10-under 62 that tied the tournament record at the
Cadillac Championship, gave him a four-shot lead
and left the rest of this world-class field to wonder
just how he managed.
“I was able to hit the shots where I envisioned and
hit good shots, and today the putter was on,” Holmes
said. “Put that combination together, you do everything pretty good, you’re going to shoot a good score.”
He made it sound as easy as it looked. Except that
Trump National Doral wasn’t all that easy for everyone else.
Rory McIlroy again felt tentative with his swing
and shot 40 on his opening nine holes before finishing without a par on his last six holes — an eagle,
three birdies and two bogeys that allowed him to salvage a 73. The world’s No. 1 player has shot 73-74-73
in his three rounds in Florida this year.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
UNF makes Atlantic Sun title game
JACKSONVILLE — Dallas Moore scored a
career-high 36 points and top-seeded North
Florida advanced to the Atlantic Sun tournament
championship game with a 71-57 victory over fifthseeded Lipscomb on Thursday night.
The Ospreys (22-11) will be hosts for Sunday’s
title game against third-seeded South Carolina
Upstate, a one-point winner over No. 2 Florida
Gulf Coast.
North Florida came in ranked third in the
nation in 3-pointers made with 297, but hit just 6
of 24 against Lipscomb. Moore made four of his
five, however, from 3-point range and 12 of 17
overall to spur the Ospreys.
–Associated Press
Weight
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1B
“I was a little frustrated. I had a couple of guys
playing baseball,” said Crescent City coach Tim
Sandersfield. “But I was pretty pleased. We competed pretty well with our youth. I’m interested to see
what happens in sub-sectionals (March 16).”
“I think we did really well,” said Palatka assistant
coach Darrell Polite. “We had a bunch of young guys
in their first year. We’ll get back to our old tradition
with a couple more years under their belt.”
Interlachen’s second-place lifters were Vasquez
and Jadon Beck (119 pounds). Palatka got seconds
from Jimmy Kessler (129), Micah Harris (154), Quen
Trowel (183), Paul Mast (238) and heavyweight
Fredarien Sutton. Dantavious Kelly (169), Caleb
Williams (199) and Dean Finch (219) were all second
for Crescent City.
Sutton had the meet’s biggest bench press at 375.
to go next week for us.”
As for Berry, Gonzalez said. “He’s
frustrated. He ran in the first two
meets we had in the season and he
was probably at about 80 percent. If he
was there, I know he’d have given
(Simmons) a race in the 100 and 200.
But right now, he’s just working hard
at the gym and as I told him, the big
picture for him is down the road.”
A lot of other Panthers stepped up
on Thursday, though. Sophomore
Peyton Snyder was a double winner,
capturing the 800 (2:14.69) and 1,600
(5:13). Eron Carter won the discus
with a 138-8 toss, while Bryan
Williams was first in the shot (42-3
1/2). Sammie Wright prevailed in the
110-meter high hurdles (20.20),
Kendrick Aaron was first in the 400
(54.04), Derrick Gordon won the 300meter intermediate hurdles (47.59)
and the Panthers won two relays. The
MIDDAY PLAY 4 4-5-8-7
EVENING PLAY 4 9-5-6-5
4x800 team of Lavarus Smith, Jordan
Dixon, Snyder and Aitor ArmasGarcia won in 9:36.93 and the final
4x400 relay unit of Aaron, Lutrell
Smith, Lavarus Smith and
De’Mareyae Givens prevailed in
3:41.08.
In earning outstanding honors of
the day, Crescent City’s Simmons won
the 100 (10.91) and 200 (21.78) and
anchored the 4x100 relay team of
Dominic Owens, Camden Hensley and
A.J. Jara in 45.88. Jara won the long
jump with a 19-11 leap and Laron
Fells was a winner in the triple jump
(41-1 1/2) and high jump (5-8). David
Garcia won the 3,200 for the Raiders
in 15:12.
Interlachen’s lone win of the day on
either side came from Ariel Lucas in
the discus with a throw of 87-2.
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org.
4 Grease cutter
8T’ai—ch’uan
11 Swerve
12Lhasa—
13 Go bad
14Woody’sson
15Kindof
fracture
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19Rome’sriver
20Consumer
org.
21 Speaker
pro—
22Change
colorsagain
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roast
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Montand
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stars
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(2 wds.)
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42 Gas pump
qty.
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24Confused
state
25Icefloe
26“Anything—?”
27Repairatoe
30 Glass
container
32“The—
Squad
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36 Appear
39Volcanicrock
43Earth,in
combos
44 Pastes
47Thundered
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seaweed
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mineral
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For Friday, March 6, 2015
Rely on your intelligence and
insight. There is money to be
made if you refuse to let personal
problems that are beyond your
control stymie your professional
progress. Keeping your two lives
separate will ensure success in
both areas. Productivity should be
your focus.
PISCES
(Feb. 20-March 20)
Overly sensitive family members will be hard to deal with.
Do whatever it takes to avoid
confrontations. Concentrate on
finishing a creative project that
you have been postponing.
ARIES
(March 21-April 19)
Someone from your past will
make a surprising contribution.
This is not a good time to deal
with government agencies or
authority figures.
TAURUS
(April 20-May 20)
Negativity will be your downfall. Don’t allow self-doubt or
indecisiveness to keep you from
taking an advanced position. With
your intellect and insight, you
will succeed in any venture you
attempt.
41Crowdedinto
43Windy
44 Pesky bug
45Rinseoff
46Sudden
impulse
47 Curb
48“Run—Run”
49Mildcheese
50Lion’s
quarters
52“—-Pan”
(Clavellnovel)
HOROSCOPE
GEMINI
(May 21-June 20)
Don’t let anyone take advantage of you. If you feel you are
being pressured, stand up for your
rights. A change of scenery will
help to clear your mind and avoid
a troublesome confrontation.
War vet’s attack points to PTSD
Yesterday’s Answer
you can relate to. If you engage
in activities that attract caring
people, you will be appreciated
for your contributions.
SCORPIO
CANCER
(Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
You work hard for your money,
but reckless spending or unnecessary extravagance will wreak
havoc on your budget. Be wary
of anyone looking for a handout
or donation.
LEO
(Nov. 23-Dec. 21)
Organize a pleasure trip or outing with a close friend. Tension
with family members will leave
you feeling dissatisfied and
uptight.
(June 21-July 22)
Share your happiness with the
people you love. Plan a family
gathering or hook up with friends
for some entertainment. An intellectual or physical challenge will
stimulate your senses.
(July 23-Aug. 22)
Check out travel magazines and
websites or visit a travel agent.
The stimulation and inspiration
you are looking for can be found
in an exotic or out-of-the-way
destination.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Don’t allow your frustration
to cause an emotional outburst.
Keep your opinions to yourself
and think twice before you blurt
out something you may regret.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
Put extra effort into developing
better connections with people
Dear Harriette: My boyfriend just came back from Iraq.
Last night, we got into a heated
argument, and before I knew it,
I found myself on the ground
with a bruise on my neck and a
sprained ankle. I never thought
my boyfriend would hurt me.
Meanwhile, my roommates
freaked out, called the ambulance and after a long plea, I
persuaded them not to call the
cops.
I know domestic violence is
serious, but I never expected to
be a victim to this foolery. I love
my boyfriend. There’s a first
time for everything, and I know
our hearts are in sync. I think
his behavior has something to
do with his deployment for six
months. Where should we go
to get help? — Karen, Omaha,
Neb.
Dear Karen: You are right to
be concerned and also smart not
to automatically walk away so
fast. Many veterans experience
post-traumatic stress disorder
after being on the battlefield.
CAPRICORN
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
Emotional pressure or personal
issues will have you feeling pulled
in two different directions. Take
some time to pamper yourself. A
day spent doing enjoyable activities will lessen your stress.
fresh perspective on life. She’s
family-oriented and believes in
God, but she parties too much
for my liking. Every time I ask
her to spend time with me, she
mentions going out to a bar or
club when all I want to do is
enjoy a flick at home with just
her and me. Am I asking for
too much? Should I continue
this relationship knowing that
she’s not ready to settle down?
— Jordan, New York City
Dear Jordan: What do you
want? You say that “eventually”
you want to settle down, but
your story sounds as if you are
ready to settle now, or at least
figure out if this woman is the
one with whom you would like
to settle. That’s fine. But does
she know that? If you want to
take her off the dating market,
you have to be ready to say so
and present details on what you
have in mind. Then she will
have the proper information to
be able to make an informed
decision about her next steps.
BRIDGE
SAGITTARIUS
(Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
It’s time to put your financial, insurance and legal papers in
order. Update contracts or agreements. An older individual will
be able to provide some valuable
advice.
One of the symptoms of this
disorder is being prone to violent outbursts. The good news
is that help exists for veterans
who need to process what has
happened in their lives and learn
how to manage the variety of
physical, emotional and spiritual
challenges that they may face in
the wake of their experiences.
Talk to your boyfriend, and ask
him to get help so that he can
get better and you can save your
relationship. Urge him to get
support. To find help, visit the
VA website at ptsd.va.gov.
If you have to put your foot
down to get him to seek help,
do so.
Dear Harriette: I recently relocated to the New York
City area as a single, 32-yearold man with no kids or previous marriages. However, I
eventually want to settle down.
Lately, I’ve been entertaining
this “young thang” — 24 years
old, to be exact — and I have to
admit she has me sprung. She’s
spunky and energetic, with a
Robert Benchley, a humorist who died in 1945, said, “In
America there are two classes
of travel — first class, and with
children.”
In today’s deal there are two
first-class problems. And if your
children play bridge, show them
this column.
South is in three no-trump.
After West leads the heart queen,
how should declarer plan the play?
And what should he do differently
if the spade ace and spade two are
exchanged between the North and
South hands?
In the given auction, North’s
three-diamond rebid was gameinvitational. (If South had the
spade ace as well, he would have
rebid two spades, then the last two
bids would have been the same.)
South starts with seven top
tricks: one spade, two hearts, two
diamonds and two clubs. The
obvious line for two more tricks is
to play on diamonds, where only a
3-2 split is needed (a priori, 67.8
percent). To attack clubs requires
a 3-3 break (a priori, 35.53 percent). And if the spade ace is in
the South hand, that is the right
line. Declarer should take the first
trick and duck (lose) a diamond.
However, with the spade ace in
the dummy, South can get home if
either diamonds are 3-2 or clubs
are 3-3, which raises the a priori
odds to 79.25 percent.
Declarer, after taking trick one,
should cash dummy’s top diamonds. If the suit splits 3-2, he
plays a third round and coasts
home with an overtrick. But when
diamonds break badly, South
turns to clubs and, with this layout, makes his contract.
If your children do not play
bridge, teach them immediately!
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City of Palatka, FL
City of Palatka is seeking qualified applicants
for an Accounting Clerk
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Pay range is $21,801 $32,210. DOQ plus a
competitive benefit
package. Applications
accepted until position is
filled. A complete job description is available as
well as application forms
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Ficticious
Names
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS
NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
pursuant to The Fictitious
Name Act 865.09, Florida
Statutes, that the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business in Putnam
County, will register with
the Florida Department of
State, upon receipt of proof
of publication of this notice, the following name, to
wit:
Home Grown Organic
Under which I am (we are)
engaged in business at:
217 Pamela Street
Interlachen, FL 32148
That the names(s) of the
person(s) solely interested
in the said business is (are)
as follows:
Brenda V. Oswell
Putnam County, Florida.
3/6/15
Legal No. 00031871
Legal Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR PUTNAM
COUNTY, FLORIDA
C A S E
N O :
542013CA000571CAAXMX
BRANCH BANKING AND
TRUST COMPANY
Plaintiff,
vs.
RALPH BRENT FUTCH;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
RALPH BRENT FUTCH;
UNKNOWN TENANT I; UNKNOWN TENANT II;
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA, DEPARTMENT
OF TREASURE- INTERNAL
REVENUE SERVICE, and
any unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
and other unknown persons or unknown spouses
claiming by, through and
under any of the abovenamed Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Putnam County,
Florida, will on the 12th day
of March, 2015, at 11:00
AM, at South front door of
the Putnam County Courthouse in Palatka, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at
public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash,
the following-described
property situate in Putnam
County, Florida:
PART OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHWEST QUARTER
OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 11SOUTH, RANGE 24
EAST, PUTNAM COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED ASFOLLOWS :
COMMENCING AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SAID NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THESOUTHWEST QUARTER, RUN
THENCE NORTH ALONG
THE LINE THEREOF A DISTANCE OF 431.0 FEET
TOTHE POINT OF BEGINNING. THENCE (1) CONTINUE NORTH ALONG SAID
WEST LINE 67.0 FEET.
THENCE (2)RUN EASTERLY PERPENDICULAR
TO SAID WEST LINE TO
THE
NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST A DISTANCE OF
402.36 FEET, THENCE (3)
RUN THENCE SOUTHERLY, AT A RIGHT ANGLE,
80FEET, MORE OR LESS,
TO THE NORTH LINE OF
LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
288, PAGE 314, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
Piano/keyboard player
PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORneeded at Victory
IDA. THENCE (4) RUN
Christian Fellowship. Call WESTERLY ALONG SAID
NORTH LINE OF LAND IN
325-3699 or 937-3484
BOOK 288, PAGE 314, A
DISTANCE OF 393 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO A
POINT WHICH LIES 100
Sign Shop Employee:
FEET EAST OF THE EASTSign design & finishing, ERLY RIGH-OF-WAY LINE
HS diploma or equivalOF STATE ROAD NO. 315.
THENCE (5) RUN NORTHent. Must be computer
PERPENDICULAR
proficient. OPS position ERLY,
TO SAID NORTH LINE OF
20hrs/wk Mon-Thurs
LANDS IN OR BOOK 288,
7am-12pm. Apps availPAGE 314, A DISTANCE OF
13 FEET, THENCE (6) RUN
able at Ranger Station,
WESTERLY PARALLEL
Gold Head Branch State WITH
SAID NORTH LINE,
Park, 6239 SR 21,
109 FEET, MORE OR LESS,
Keystone Heights.
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. SUBJECT TO RIGHTOF -WAY OF STATE ROAD
NO. 315.
ALSO
PART OF THE NORTHWInterlachen
EST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHWEST QUARTER
NOW HIRING
OF SECTION 2, TOWNNOW seeking a responsible candidate who
takes
in their
work. The24
SHIP
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SOUTH,
RANGE
EAST, PUTNAM
successful candidate must have good communication
skills andCOUNTY,
the ability
FLORIDA, ANS BEING
to follow verbal and written instructions.
MORE PARTICULARLY DEMaintenance – Required
Skills / Duties:
SCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:
Maintain & Repair General Plumbing,
General
COMM
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General Knowledge of Appliances,
Painting CORNER OF
SOUTHWEST
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WEST QUARTER, RUN
On-Call and WeekendsTWhen
H E NNecessary
CE NORTHERLY
Additional Duties to be Assigned
by Supervisor
ALONG
THE WEST LINE
THEREOF 498.0 FEET;
Apply In Person At Westwood
VillageEASTERLY,
Apartments PERTHENCE
P E N D I C UFlorida
L A R T32148
O THE
156 Westwood Drive F-1, Interlachen
WEST LINE OF SAID
Office Hours – MondayFriday 9-1 QUARTER
NORTHWEST
OF THE SOUTHWEST
QUARTER A DISTANCE OF
402.36; THENCE SOUTHERLY, AT A RIGHT ANGLE,
80 FEET; THENCE EASTERLY AT A RIGHT ANGLE,
15.64 FEET, MORE OR
LESS, TO APOINT WHICH
HOUSEPARENTS Singles and Couples needed to care for behaviorally challenged boys
at St. Augustine Youth
Services. Full time, livein position, 3 1/2 days
per week. Must stay on
campus day and night
throughout entire shift.
HS diploma or GED, FL
driver's license with safe
record, background
screening and 2 years
experience working with
children required. Good
pay and benefits. Must
be available for in-person interview. Fax resume to (904) 825-0604,
email to
[email protected], or
visit www.sayskids.org
for online application.
EOE/DFWP.
Westwood Village Apartments
OF STATE ROAD NO. 315. above.
THENCE (5) RUN NORTHERLY, PERPENDICULAR Any person or entity claimTO SAID NORTH LINE OF ing an interest in the surLANDS IN OR BOOK 288, plus, if any, resulting from
PAGE 314, A DISTANCE OF the foreclosure sale, other
13 FEET, THENCE (6) RUN than the property owner as
W E S T E R L Y P A R A L L E L of the date of the Lis PenWITH SAID NORTH LINE, dens, must file a claim on
109 FEET, MORE OR LESS, same with the Clerk of
TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- Court within 60 days after
NING. SUBJECT TO RIGHT- the foreclosure sale.
OF -WAY OF STATE ROAD
WITNESS my hand and ofNO. 315.
ficial seal of said Court this
ALSO
PART OF THE NORTHW- 24th day of Feb., 2015.
EST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHWEST QUARTER AMERICANS WITH DISABOF SECTION 2, TOWN- ILITIES ACT. If you are a
GOT
SHIP 11 SOUTH,
RANGE 24 person with a disability
EAST, PUTNAM COUNTY, who needs an accommodaF L O R I D A , A N S B E I N G tion in order to access
MORE PARTICULARLY DE- court facilities or participNEED
SCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS: ate in a court proceeding,
C O M M E N C I N G A T T H E you are entitled, at no cost
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF to you, to the provision of
S A I D N O R T H W E S T certain assistance. To reThe Classifieds
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and
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EST QUARTER OF THE Clerk
SOUTHWEST QUARTER (COURT SEAL)
OF SECTION 2, THENCE (4)
FOR
RUN SOUTHERLY ALONG A T T O R N E Y
SAID EAST LINE, 198 P L A I N T I F F
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QUARTER, A DISTANCE
OF 693 FEET, MORE OR
LESS, TO THE POINT
WHICH LIES 627 FEET
EAST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
NORTHWEST QUARTER
OF THE SOUTHWEST
IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL
QUARTER;
THENCE (6) RUN NORTH- COURT OF THE SEVENTH
ERLY, PARALLEL WITH J U D I C I A L C I R C U I T O F
THE WEST LINE OF SAID FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
NORTHWEST QUARTER PUTNAM COUNTY
O F T H E S O U T H W E S T CIVIL DIVISION
QUARTER, 209.0 FEET;
THENCE (7) RUN WEST- Case No. 2013-CA-000358ERLY, PARALLEL WITH 53
THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID Division 53
NORTWEST QUARTER OF
THE
S O U T H W E S T AMERIS BANK
QUARTER, A DISTANCE Plaintiff,
OF 209.0 FEET, THENCE
(8) RUN NORTHERLY, PAR- vs.
ALLEL WITH THE WEST
LINE OF SAID NORTHW- J O H N M . M C K I N N E Y ,
EST QUARTER OF THE BRENDA G. MCKINNEY,
SOUTHWEST QUARTER, A CAPITAL CITY BANK, RONDISTANCE OF 209 FEET, ALD C. MCKINNEY, AND
MORE OR LESS, TO THE U N K N O W N
TENANTS/OWNERS,
POINT OF BEGINNING.
Defendants.
ALSO
PART OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NOTICE OF SALE
SOUTHWEST QUARTER Notice is hereby given, purOF SECTION 2, TOWN- suant to Final Judgment of
SHIP 11 SOUTH, RANGE 24 Foreclosure for Plaintiff
EAST, PUTNAM COUNTY, entered in this cause on
F L O R I D A , A N D B E I N G January 26, 2015, in the
MORE PARTICULARLY DE- Circuit Court of Putnam
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: County, Florida, I will sell
C O M M E N C I N G A T T H E the property situated in
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF Putnam County, Florida deS A I D N O R T H W E S T scribed as:
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER, RUN L O T 1 , B L O C K " B " ,
T H E N C E N O R T H E R L Y PROSPER STREET SUBDIALONG THE WEST LINE VISION, ACCORDING TO
THEREOF A DISTANCE OF PLAT THEREOF RECOR498.0 FEET TO THE POINT D E D I N M A P B O O K 5 ,
OF BEGINNING; THENCE PAGE 40 OF THE PUBLIC
(1) RUN EASTERLY, PER- RECORDS OF PUTNAM
P E N D I C U L A R T O T H E COUNTY, FLORIDA.
WEST LINE OF SAID
NORTHWEST QUARTER and commonly known as:
O F T H E S O U T H W E S T 920 CLEVELAND AVENUE,
QUARTER, A DISTANCE PALATKA, FL 32177; inOF 402.36 FEET; (2) RUN cluding the building, apSOUTHERLY AT A RIGHT purtenances, and fixtures
A N G L E , 0 0 . 0 F E E T , located therein, at public
THENCE (3) RUN EAST- sale, to the highest and
ERLY AT A RIGHT ANGLE best bidder, for cash. Sales
150.75 FEET, THENCE (4) are held on the South front
RUN NORTHERLY AT A entrance of the Putnam
RIGHT ANGLE 80.0 FEET County Courthouse, on
THENCE (5) EASTERLY AT March 26, 2015 at 11:00AM.
A RIGHT ANGLE 767.05
FEET TO THE EAST LINE Any persons claiming an
O F S A I D N O R T H W E S T interest in the surplus from
QUARTER OF THE SOUTH- the sale, if any, other than
WEST QUARTER, THENCE the property owner as of
RETURN TO THE POINT OF the date of the lis pendens
BEGINNING AND (6) RUN must file a claim within 60
NORTHERLY ALONG THE days after the sale.
WEST LINE OF SAID
NORTHWEST QUARTER Dated this 26th day of FebO F T H E S O U T H W E S T ruary 2015.
QUARTER A DISTANCE OF
330.0 FEET; THENCE (7) Clerk of the Circuit Court
R U N E A S T E R L Y A T A Tim Smith
R I G H T A N G L E 1 3 1 5 . 7 3 By: /s/ Ruth Milligan
FEET TO THE EAST LINE Deputy Clerk
OF SAID NORTHWEST
3/6/15, 3/13/15
QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHWEST QUARTER; Legal No. 00031831
THENCE (8) RUN SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST
LINE 330.0 FEET TO THE
EASTERLY END OF CALL
(5) AND TO CLODE. SUBJECT TO A 30 FT. WIDE
EASEMENT FOR ROAD
AND UTILITIES OVER THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
M O S T S O U T H E R L Y 3 0 THE 7TH JUDICIAL CIRFEET THEREOF, AND SUB- CUIT, IN AND FOR PUTJECT TO RIGHT-OF-WAY NAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
OF STATE ROAD #315
C A S E
N O .
pursuant to the Final Judg- 1 3 0 0 0 4 9 7 C A A X M X
ment entered in a case
pending in said Court, the NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE
style of which is indicated L L C D / B / A C H A M P I O N
above.
MORTGAGE COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
Any person or entity claiming an interest in the sur- vs.
plus, if any, resulting from
the foreclosure sale, other THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
than the property owner as H E I R S , D E V I S E E S ,
of the date of the Lis Pen- GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
dens, must file a claim on L I E N O R S , C R E D I T O R S ,
same with the Clerk of TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHCourt within 60 days after ER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
the foreclosure sale.
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
WITNESS my hand and of- E S T A T E O F D A L T O N
ficial seal of said Court this ZETTWOCH AKA DALTON
24th day of Feb., 2015.
LEE ZETTWOCH, DECEASED, et al.,
AMERICANS WITH DISAB- Defendants.
ILITIES ACT. If you are a
person with a disability NOTICE OF FORECLOSwho needs an accommoda- URE SALE
tion in order to access NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
court facilities or particip- pursuant to an Order of Fiate in a court proceeding, nal Judgment entered in
you are entitled, at no cost C a s e
N o .
to you, to the provision of 13000497CAAXMX of the
certain assistance. To re- Circuit Court of the 7th Juquest such an accommod- dicial Circuit in and for
ation, please contact Court PUTNAM County, Florida,
Administration in advance w h e r e i n , N A T I O N S T A R
of the date the service is MORTGAGE LLC D/B/A
needed: Court Administra- CHAMPION MORTGAGE
tion, 125 E. Orange Ave., COMPANY, Plaintiff, and
Ste. 300, Daytona Beach, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
FL 32114, (386) 257-6096. H E I R S , D E V I S E E S ,
Hearing or voice impaired, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
please call 711. If you are a L I E N O R S , C R E D I T O R S ,
person with a disability TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHwho needs an accommoda- ER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
tion in order to access INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
court facilities or particip- UNDER OR AGAINST THE
ate in a court proceeding, E S T A T E O F D A L T O N
you are entitled, at no cost ZETTWOCH AKA DALTON
to you, to the provision of L E E Z E T T W O C H , D E certain assistance. Please CEASED, et al., are Defendcontact Court Administra- ants, I will sell to the
tion , 125 E. Orange Ave., highest bidder for cash at
Ste. 300, Daytona Beach, THE SOUTH FRONT ENFL 32114; (386) 257-6096 at TRANCE OF THE PUTNAM
least 7 days before your COUNTY COURTHOUSE, at
scheduled court appear- the hour of 11:00AM on the
ance, or immediately upon 26th day of March, 2015,
receiving this notification if the following described
the time before the sched- property:
uled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are LOT 16, BLOCK 2, BAYOU
hearing impaired call 711. CLUB, UNIT 1-B, ACCORDCLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ING THE MAP BOOK 6,
COURT
PAGE 60, OF THE PUBLIC
By: /s/KellyPurcell Deputy RECORDS OF PUTNAM
Clerk
COUNTY, FLORIDA; TO(COURT SEAL)
GETHER WITH A 1988
PALM HARBOR MOBILE
ATTORNEY
FOR HOME,
SERIAL#:
PLAINTIFF
PH065510A AND A 1989
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
PALM HARBOR MOBILE
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
HOME,
SERIAL#:
Orlando, Florida 32812
PH066510B
(407) 381-5200
Any person claiming an in2/27/15, 3/6/15
terest in the surplus from
Legal No. 00031653
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
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APPLY IN PERSON
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TO
Deputy Clerk
STEPHEN
FULP
3/6/15,
3/13/15
Legal No.00031852
AT BECK CHRYSLER
3/5/15 3:26 PM
CITY OF PALATKA, ACbest bidder for cash at
CORDING TO THE PLAT
11:00am on the 19th day of
March, 2015, foreclosure
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE THEREOF, AS RECORDED
sales are held on the steps
L L C D / B / A C H A M P I O N IN MAP BOOK 1, PAGE
of the south entrance of
MORTGAGE COMPANY, 133, OF THE PUBLIC REC
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the Putnam County CourtPlaintiff,
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
house at 410 St. Johns Avenue, Palatka, FL 32177.
vs.
has been filed against you
and
you
are
required
to
Any person claiming an inTHE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
terest in the surplus from
H E I R S , D E V I S E E S , serve a copy of your written
defenses,
if
any,
to
it
the sale, if any, other than
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
the property owner as of
L I E N O R S , C R E D I T O R S , on counsel for Plaintiff,
whose
address
is
6409
the
date of the lis pendens
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN Congress Avenue, Suite IN THE CIRCUIT COURT must file a claim within 6
100,
Boca
Raton,
Florida
days
after the sale.
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
FOR PUTNAM COUNTY,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE 33487 on or before March FLORIDA
29,
2015
(30
days
from
Date
Dated
this 17th day of FebESTATE OF DALTON
PROBATE DIVISION
ruary, 2015.
ZETTWOCH AKA DALTON of First Publication of this
Notice)
and
file
the
original
LEE ZETTWOCH, DEwith the clerk of this court File No. 2014-CP-429
TIM SMITH
CEASED, et al.,
either before service on
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Defendants.
Plaintiff's attorney or im- IN RE: ESTATE OF RENNA COURT
MAE MOORE, Deceased.
mediately
thereafter,
otherAs Clerk of the Court
NOTICE OF FORECLOSwise a default will be
URE SALE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
entered
against
you
for
the
By: /s/ Ruth Milligan
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
The administration of the
pursuant to an Order of Fi- relief demanded in the e s t a t e o f R e n n a M a e
complaint
or
petition
filed
If you are a person with a
nal Judgment entered in
Moore, deceased, whose disability who needs an acC a s e
N o . herein.
date of death was October commodation in order to
13000497CAAXMX of the
28, 2013, is pending in the
Circuit Court of the 7th Ju- WITNESS my hand and the Circuit Court for Putnam access court facilities or
dicial Circuit in and for s e a l o f t h i s C o u r t a t County, Florida, Probate participate in a court proPUTNAM County, Florida, County, Florida, this 17th Division, the address of ceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the
w h e r e i n , N A T I O N S T A R day of February, 2015.
which is 410 Saint Johns provision of certain assistMORTGAGE LLC D/B/A
Avenue, Palatka, FL 32177. ance. To request such an
CLERK
OF
THE
CIRCUIT
CHAMPION MORTGAGE
The names and addresses accommodation, please
COMPANY, Plaintiff, and COURT
of the personal represent- contact Court AdministraTHE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
ative
and the personal rep- tion in advance of the date
H E I R S , D E V I S E E S , By: /s/ Ruth Milligan
resentative's attorney are t h e s e r v i c e i s n e e d e d :
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, DEPUTY CLERK
set forth below.
Court Administration, 125
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
E. Orange Ave., Ste. 300,
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTH- 2/27/15, 3/6/15
All creditors of the de- Daytona Beach, FL 32114;
ER PARTIES CLAIMING AN Legal No. 00031467
cedent and other persons (386) 257-6096. Hearing or
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
having claims or demands voice impaired, please call
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
against decedent's estate 1(800) 955-8770.
ESTATE OF DALTON
on whom a copy of this noZETTWOCH AKA DALTON
t i c e i s r e q u i r e d t o b e 2/27/15, 3/6/15
LEE ZETTWOCH, DEserved must file their
CEASED, et al., are Defend- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF claims with this court ON Legal No. 00031601
ants, I will sell to the THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL OR BEFORE THE LATER
highest bidder for cash at CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUT- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
THE SOUTH FRONT ENTIME OF THE FIRST PUBTRANCE OF THE PUTNAM NAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
LICATION OF THIS NOCOUNTY COURTHOUSE, at C A S E N O : 2 0 1 3 - C A - TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
the hour of 11:00AM on the
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
26th day of March, 2015, 0 0 0 3 3 7 - 5 3
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL
the following described U.S. BANK, NATIONAL AS- ON THEM.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUTproperty:
NAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
SOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
All other creditors of the
FOR
C-BASS
TRUST
2006LOT 16, BLOCK 2, BAYOU CB9, C-BASS MORTGAGE decedent and other per- CASE NO.: 54 2012-CACLUB, UNIT 1-B, ACCORD- L
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PAGE 60, OF THE PUBLIC 2006-CB9,
estate must file their claims GREEN PLANET SERVIRECORDS OF PUTNAM Plaintiff,
with this court WITHIN 3 CING, LLC,
COUNTY, FLORIDA; TOM O N T H S A F T E R T H E Plaintiff,
G E T H E R W I T H A 1 9 8 8 VS.
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBPALM HARBOR MOBILE
LICATION OF THIS NO- VS.
HOME,
S E R I A L # : HEATHER BELLAMY; IRA TICE.
PH065510A AND A 1989 J. ARMSTRONG; et al.,
ALFRED A. MASTROGIPALM HARBOR MOBILE Defendant(s).
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED USEPPE A/K/A ALFRED A.
HOME,
SERIAL#:
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- MASTROGUISEPPE; et al.,
PH066510B
NOTICE OF FORECLOS- ODS SET FORTH IN FLOR- Defendant(s).
SALE PURSUANT TO IDA STATUTES SECTION
Any person claiming an in- URE
733.702 WILL BE FOREVER NOTICE OF FORECLOS45
terest in the surplus from CHAPTER
URE SALE PURSUANT TO
NOTICE
HEREBY GIVEN BARRED.
the sale, if any, other than that saleIS
CHAPTER 45
will be made purthe property owner as of suant to an
NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Order
or
Final
the date of the Lis Pen- Summary Judgment. Final TIME PERIODS SET FORTH that sale will be made purdens must file a claim with- Judgment was awarded on ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED suant to an Order or Final
in 60 days after the sale.
January 26, 2015 in Civil TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE Summary Judgment. Final
No. 2013-CA-000337- AFTER THE DECEDENT'S Judgment was awarded on
DATED this 27th day of Case
53, of the Circuit Court of D A T E O F D E A T H I S August 13, 2014 in Civil
February, 2015.
Case No. 54 2012-CAthe SEVENTH Judicial Cir- B A R R E D .
000772, of the Circuit Court
cuit in and for PUTNAM
TIM SMITH
The date of first publica- of the SEVENTH Judicial
County,
Florida,
wherein
Clerk Circuit Court
Circuit
in and for Putnam
tion
of
this
notice
is
March
U.S. BANK, NATIONAL ASCounty, Florida, wherein
SOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE 6, 2015.
By: /s/ Kelly Purcell
GREEN
PLANET SERVIFOR C-BASS TRUST 2006Deputy Clerk
CB9, C-BASS MORTGAGE Attorney for Personal Rep- CING, LLC is the Plaintiff,
and
ALFRED
A. MASTROresentative:
LOAN ASSET-BACKED
3/6/15, 3/13/15
CERTIFICATES, SERIES B y : / s / K a t h e r i n e B . GIUSEPPE A/K/A ALFRED
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PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
A N D A L L U N K N O W N Jacksonville, FL 32204
THROUGH, UNDER OR
Telephone:
(904)
366-2703
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
AGAINST THE HEREIN
THROUGH, UNDER AND Fax: (904) 353-9040
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEE-Mail:
[email protected] THE HEREIN
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
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FENDANT(S) WHO ARE Secondary E-Mail: afor- NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
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UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
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POUSES, HEIRS, DEBy:
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CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
VISEES, GRANTEES, OR
1840 Cornell Road
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF S P O U S E S , H E I R S , D E - Jacksonville, Florida 32207 OTHER CLAIMANTS are
THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL VISEES, GRANTEES, OR
Defendants.
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN OTHER CLAIMANTS are 3/6/15, 3/13/15
A N D F O R P U T N A M Defendants.
The clerk of the court, Tim
Legal No. 00031851
COUNTY
Smith will sell to the
GENERAL JURISDICTION The clerk of the court, Tim
highest bidder for cash at
Smith will sell to the
DIVISION
the South front entrance of
highest bidder for cash at
the Putnam County CourtC A S E
N O . the South front entrance of
house
on March 26, 2015 at
1 4 0 0 0 4 9 6 C A A X M X the Putnam County Court11:00AM, the following dehouse on March 12, 2015 at
scribed
real property as set
JAMES B NUTTER & COM- 11:00AM, the following deforth in said Final Sumscribed real property as set
PANY,
mary
Judgment,
to wit:
forth in said Final Sum- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Plaintiff,
mary Judgment, to wit:
THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL L O T 7 , B L O C K 4 , S T .
vs.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUT- JOHNS RIVERSIDE EST H E F O L L O W I N G D E - NAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
TATES MARINA SECTION,
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, SCRIBED LOT, PIECE OR
ACCORDING TOT HE MAP
B E N E F I C I A R I E S , D E - PARCEL OF LAND, SITU- CASE NO: 53-2014-CA- THEREOF RECORDED IN
VISEES, GRANTEES, AS- ATE, LYING AND BEING IN 000182
MAP BOOK 5, PAGE 6
S I G N E E S , L I E N O R S , THE COUNTY OF PUTNAM,
THROUGH 9 OF THE PUBCREDITORS, TRUSTEES STATE OF FLORIDA, TO VENTURES TRUST 2013-I- LIC RECORDS OF PUTAND ALL OTHERS WHO WIT:
H-R BY M C M C A P I T A L NAM COUNTY, FLORIDA.
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
PARTNERS, LLC ITS
IN THE ESTATE OF IDELLA A PARCEL OF LAND SITU- T R U S T E E ,
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
L SAVAGE A/K/A IDELLA ATED IN THE SOUTHEAST Plaintiff,
AN INTEREST IN THE SURS A V A G E , D E C E A S E D ; ¼ OF THE SOUTHWEST ¼
PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
U N I T E D S T A T E S O F A N D P A R T O F T H E v.
ANY, OTHER THAN THE
AMERICA, ACTING ON BE- SOUTHWEST ¼ OF THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
HALF OF THE SECRET- SOUTHEAST ¼ OF SEC- UNKNOWN SPOUSE AND THE DATE OF THE LIS
ARY OF HOUSING AND T I O N 3 2 , T O W N S H I P 8 HEIRS AND DEVISEES OF PENDENS MUST FILE A
URBAN DEVELOPMENT; SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST, THE ESTATE OF JAMES CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
DANIEL SAVAGE A/K/A PUTNAM COUNTY, FLOR- JUSTICE, DECEASED, et AFTER THE SALE.
DANIEL G. SAVAGE, III; IDA; AS DESCRIBED IN al,
BARBARA SAVAGE A/K/A DEED BOOK 238 PAGE Defendants.
WITNESS my hand and the
BARBARA LOUISE SAV- 310, (LESS AND EXCEPT
seal of the court on FebruAGE; KORONA SAVAGE, MCC BOOK 18, PAGE 493, NOTICE OF SALE
ary
26, 2015.
O F F I C I A L R E C O R D S NOTICE is hereby given
et al.
BOOK 330 PAGE 28, OFFI- that pursuant to the Final
Defendant(s),
CLERK
OF THE COURT
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 363, Judgment of Foreclosure
Tim Smith
N O T I C E O F A C T I O N – PAGE 107, OFFICIAL RE- e n t e r e d i n t h e c a u s e By: /s/ Ruth MIlligan
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE CORDS BOOK 529, PAGE p e n d i n g i n t h e C i r c u i t Deputy Clerk
593, AND OFFICIAL RE- Court of the Seventh JudiT O : T H E U N K N O W N CORDS BOOK 836, PAGE cial Circuit, in and for Put- IMPORTANT
HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, 1186) SUBJECT TO EASE- nam County, Florida, Case If you are a person with a
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, MENT RECORDED IN OFFI- No. 53-2014-CA-000182, in disability who needs an acA S S I G N E E S , L I E N O R S, CIAL REOCRDS BOOK 708, which VENTURES TRUST commodation in order to
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES PAGE 1364, ALL REFER- 2013-I-H-R BY MCM CAPIT- access court facilities or
AND ALL OTHERS WHO ENCES ARE ACCORDING AL PARTNERS, LLC ITS participate in a court proMAY CLAIM AN INTEREST T O T H E P U B L I C R E - TRUSTEE, is Plaintiff, and ceeding, you are entitled,
IN THE ESTATE OF IDELLA C O R D S O F P U T N A M U n k n o w n S p o u s e a n d at no cost to you, to the
L SAVAGE A/K/A IDELLA C O U N T Y , F L O R I D A .
Heirs and Devisees of the provision of certain assistSAVAGE, DECEASED,
Estate of James Justice, ance. To request such an
whose residence is un- ANY PERSON CLAIMING deceased, Unknown Ten- accommodation, please
known if he/she/they be liv- AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- ant #1, Unknown Tenant #2 contact Court Administraing; and if he/she/they be PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF and Unknown Tenants in tion in advance of the date
dead, the unknown defend- ANY, OTHER THAN THE Possession of the Subject t h e s e r v i c e i s n e e d e d :
ants who may be spouses, PROPERTY OWNER AS OF Property, Defendants, the Court Administration, 125
heirs, devisees, grantees, THE DATE OF THE LIS Clerk of Court for Putnam E. Orange Ave., Ste. 300,
assignees, lienors, credit- PENDENS MUST FILE A County, Florida will sell the Daytona Beach, FL 32114,
o r s , t r u s t e e s , a n d a l l CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS following described prop- (386) 257-6096. Hearing or
parties claiming an in- AFTER THE SALE.
erty situated in Putnam voice impaired, please call
terest by, through, under or
County, Florida:
711.
against the Defendants, WITNESS my hand and the
who are not known to be seal of the court on Febru- Lot 9, Block 53, Inter- 3/6/15, 3/13/15
d e a d o r a l i v e , a n d a l l ary 17, 2015.
lachen Lakes Estates, Unit Legal No. 00031832
parties having or claiming
No. 22, according to the
to have any right, title or in- CLERK OF THE COURT
map or plat thereof, as reterest in the property de- Tim Smith
corded in Plat Book 5 ,
scribed in the mortgage bePage(s) 26, of the Public
By: /s/ Ruth Milligan
ing foreclosed herein.
Records of Putnam
Deputy Clerk
County, Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FIED that an action to fore- IMPORTANT
a/k/a Property Address: THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL
close a mortgage on the If you are a person with a 109 Boles Avenue, Inter- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUTdisability who needs an ac- lachen, FL 32148
following property:
NAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
commodation in order to
CIVIL ACTION
THE WEST 75 FEET OF access court facilities or Together with an undiTHE SOUTH 25 FEET OF participate in a court pro- vided percentage interest C A S E N O . : 2 0 1 3 - C A LOT 5 AND THE WEST 75 ceeding, you are entitled, in the common elements 0 0 0 4 3 9 - 5 3
FEET OF LOT 6, BLOCK at no cost to you, to the pertaining thereto at pub348, DICKS MAP OF THE provision of certain assist- lic sale, to the highest and JPMORGAN CHASE BANK,
CITY OF PALATKA, AC- ance. To request such an best bidder for cash at NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
CORDING TO THE PLAT accommodation, please 11:00am on the 19th day of Plaintiff,
THEREOF, AS RECORDED contact Court Administra- March, 2015, foreclosure
IN MAP BOOK 1, PAGE tion, 125 E. Orange Ave., sales are held on the steps vs.
133, OF THE PUBLIC RE- Ste. 300, Daytona Beach, of the south entrance of
C O R D S O F P U T N A M FL 32114, (386) 257-6096. the Putnam County Court- F. GLEN KERN AS COHearing or voice impaired, house at 410 St. Johns Av- T R U S T E E U N D E R T H E
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
please call 711
enue, Palatka, FL 32177.
PROVISIONS OF A TRUST
has been filed against you
AGREEMENT DATED OCand you are required to 2/27/15, 3/6/15
Any person claiming an in- TOBER 19, 2003 KNOWN
serve a copy of your writ- Legal No. 00031599
terest in the surplus from AS THE KERN/SMITH FAMten defenses, if any, to it
the sale, if any, other than ILY TRUST, et al,
on counsel for Plaintiff,
the property owner as of Defendant(s).
whose address is 6409
the date of the lis pendens
Congress Avenue, Suite
must file a claim within 6 NOTICE OF SALE PURSU100, Boca Raton, Florida
days after the sale.
ANT TO CHAPTER 45
33487 on or before March
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
29, 2015 (30 days from Date
Dated this 17th day of Feb- pursuant to a Final Judgof First Publication of this
ruary, 2015.
ment of Foreclosure dated
Notice) and file the original
February 23, 2015, and
with the clerk of this court
TIM SMITH
entered in Case No. 2013either before service on
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT CA-000439-53 of the CirPlaintiff's attorney or imCOURT
cuit Court of the Seventh
mediately thereafter, otherAs Clerk of the Court
Judicial Circuit in and for
wise a default will be
Putnam County, Florida in
entered against you for the
By: /s/ Ruth Milligan
which JPMorgan Chase
relief demanded in the
Bank, National Associcomplaint or petition filed
If you are a person with a ation, is the Plaintiff and F.
herein.
disability who needs an ac- Glen Kern as Co-Trustee
commodation in order to under the provisions of a
WITNESS my hand and the
access court facilities or trust agreement dated Ocseal of this Court at
participate in a court pro- tober 19, 2003 known as
County, Florida, this 17th
ceeding, you are entitled, The Kern/Smith Family
day of February, 2015.
at no cost to you, to the Trust, F. Glen Kern, Linda
provision of certain assist- K. Smith, Any And All UnCLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
ance. To request such an known Parties Claiming by,
COURT
accommodation, please T h r o u g h , U n d e r , A n d
contact Court Administra- Against The Herein named
By: /s/ Ruth Milligan
tion in advance of the date Individual Defendant(s)
DEPUTY CLERK
the serv i c e i s n e e d e d : Who are not Known To Be
Court Administration, 125 Dead Or Alive, Whether
2/27/15, 3/6/15
E. Orange Ave., Ste. 300, Said Unknown Parties May
Legal No. 00031467
Daytona Beach, FL 32114; C l a i m A n I n t e r e s t i n
(386) 257-6096. Hearing or Spouses, Heirs, Devisees,
voice impaired, please call G r a n t e e s , O r O t h e r
1(800) 955-8770.
Claimants are defendants,
the Putnam County Clerk
2/27/15, 3/6/15
of the Circuit Court will sell
Legal No. 00031601
to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Front
Steps of the Putnam
County Courthouse, 410 St.
Johns Avenue, Palatka, FL
32177, Putnam County,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
26th day of March, 2015,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
13000497CAAXMX
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
F. GLEN KERN AS COTRUSTEE UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF A TRUST
AGREEMENT DATED OCTOBER 19, 2003 KNOWN
AS THE KERN/SMITH FAMILY TRUST, et al,
Defendant(s).
under the provisions of a
trust agreement dated October 19, 2003 known as
The Kern/Smith Family
Trust, F. Glen Kern, Linda
K. Smith, Any And All Unknown Parties Claiming by,
Through, Under, And
Against The Herein named
Individual Defendant(s)
Who are not Known To Be
Dead Or Alive, Whether
Said Unknown Parties May
Claim An Interest in
Spouses, Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Or Other
Claimants are defendants,
the Putnam County Clerk
of the Circuit Court will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Front
Steps of the Putnam
County Courthouse, 410 St.
Johns Avenue, Palatka, FL
32177, Putnam County,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
26th day of March, 2015,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
STATE ROAD NO. 209,
RUN THENCE (1) SOUTH
10 DEGREES 52 MINUTES
45 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE EASTERLY
LINE OF GOVERNMENT
LOTS 5 AND 9, A DISTANCE OF 991.26 FEET TO
THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN
DEED BOOK 66, PAGE 4,
THENCE (2) RUN SOUTH
83 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
32 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE NORTHERLY
LINE OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK
66, PAGE 4 AND DEED
BOOK 123, PAGE 404, A
DISTANCE OF 165.75 FEET
TO THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID LANDS
DESCRIBED IN DEED
BOOK 123, PAGE 404;
THENCE (3) RUN SOUTH 1
DEGREE 56 MINUTES 46
SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE WESTERLY LINE OF
SAID LANDS IN DEED
BOOK 123, PAGE 404 A
DISTANCE OF 425 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
WATERS OF THE ST.
JOHNS RIVER; THENCE
RETURN TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING AND (4) RUN
SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF STATE
ROAD NO. 209 SAID RIGHT
OF WAY LINE BEING THE
ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE NORTHWEST AND HAVING A RADIUS OF 2904.93, A CHORD
BEARING AND DISTANCE
OF SOUTH 78 DEGREES 11
MINUTES 36 SECONDS
WEST, 160.65 FEET;
THENCE (5) RUN SOUTH 1
DEGREES 49 MINUTES 23
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1254 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
WATER OF THE ST.
JOHNS RIVER; THENCE (6)
RUN SOUTHEASTERLY,
ALONG THE WATERS OF
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER, A
D I SPaid
T A NAdvertisement
CE 202 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
SOUTHERLY END OF
CALL (3) AND TO CLOSE.
ALL REFERENCES ARE TO
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 501 WEST RIVER
RD, PALATKA, FL 321778633
5 B C L A S S I F I E D S • PA L AT K A DA I LY N E W S • F R I DAY, M A R C H 6 , 2 0 1 5
Legal Notices
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
February 23, 2015, and
entered in Case No. 2013CA-000439-53 of the Circuit Court of the Seventh
Judicial Circuit in and for
Putnam County, Florida in
which JPMorgan Chase
Bank, National Association, is the Plaintiff and F.
Glen Kern as Co-Trustee
under the provisions of a
trust agreement dated October 19, 2003 known as
The Kern/Smith Family
Trust, F. Glen Kern, Linda
K. Smith, Any And All Unknown Parties Claiming by,
Through, Under, And
Against The Herein named
Individual Defendant(s)
Who are not Known To Be
Dead Or Alive, Whether
Said Unknown Parties May
Claim An Interest in
Spouses, Heirs, Devisees,
Grantees, Or Other
Claimants are defendants,
the Putnam County Clerk
of the Circuit Court will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash in/on Front
Steps of the Putnam
County Courthouse, 410 St.
Johns Avenue, Palatka, FL
32177, Putnam County,
Florida
at 11:00
a.m.312-5200
on the
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26th day of March, 2015,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale.
WITH DISABILITIES
If you are a person with a
disability who needs an accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Court Administration, 125 E. Orange Ave., Ste. 300,
Daytona Beach, FL 32114,
386-257-6096, within 2 days
of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing impaired, cal 1-800-955-8771;
if you are voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8770.
THIS IS NOT A COURT INFORMATION LINE. To file
response please contact
Putnam County Clerk of
Court, 410 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka, FL 32177, Tel:
(386) 329-0251; Fax: (386)
329-1223.
3/6/15, 3/13/15
Legal No. 00031872
PART OF GOVERNMENT
LOTS 5 AND 9, SECTION
Dated in Putnam County,
15, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH,
Florida this 27th day of
RANGE 27 EAST, PUTNAM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
February , 2015.
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRBEING MORE PARTICUCUIT, IN AND FOR PUTClerk of the Circuit Court
LARLY DESCRIBED AS
NAM COUNTY, FLORIDA
Putnam County, Florida
FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT
THE INTERSECTION OF
CASE NO.: 13-384-CA
By: /s/ Kelly Purcell
THE EASTERLY LINE OF
DIVISION: 53
Deputy Clerk
SAID GOVERNMENT LOT 5
AND THE SOUTHERLY
A T T E N T I O N : P E R S O N S CERTIFIED REAL ESTATE
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
SERVICES, INC.,
WITH DISABILITIES
STATE ROAD NO. 209 ,
If you are a person with a Plaintiff,
RUN THENCE (1) SOUTH
disability who needs an ac10 DEGREES 52 MINUTES
commodation in order to vs.
45 SECONDS EAST,
participate in this proceedALONG THE EASTERLY
ing, you are entitled, at no DAVID W. LEE,
LINE OF GOVERNMENT
cost to you, to the provi- Defendant.
LOTS 5 AND 9, A DISsion of certain assistance.
TANCE OF 991.26 FEET TO
Please contact Court Ad- NOTICE OF SALE
THE NORTHEAST CORNER
ministration, 125 E. Or- NOTICE is hereby given
OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN
a n g e A v e . , S t e . 3 0 0 , that, under a final judgDEED BOOK 66, PAGE 4,
Daytona Beach, FL 32114, m e n t o f f o r e c l o s u r e
THENCE (2) RUN SOUTH
386-257-6096, within 2 days entered in the above-styled
83 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
of your receipt of this no- case, I will sell the prop32 SECONDS WEST,
tice. If you are hearing im- erty in Putnam County,
ALONG THE NORTHERLY
paired, cal 1-800-955-8771; Florida, described as:
LINE OF LANDS DEif you are voice impaired,
PART OF GOVERNMENT SCRIBED IN DEED BOOK
A portion of Official Recall 1-800-955-8770.
LOTS 5 AND 9, SECTION 66, PAGE 4 AND DEED
cords Book 454, page 227,
15, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, BOOK 123, PAGE 404, A
being
part of Lots 2 and 3,
THIS IS NOT A COURT INRANGE 27 EAST, PUTNAM DISTANCE OF 165.75 FEET
FORMATION LINE. To file B l o c k 3 9 , T O W N O F
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND T O T H E N O R T H W E S T
WELAKA,
as recorded in
response please contact
BEING MORE PARTICU- CORNER OF SAID LANDS
Putnam County Clerk of Original Plat Book No. 1,
LARLY DESCRIBED AS D E S C R I B E D I N D E E D
PT
No.
1,
page
52 of the
Court, 410 St. Johns Ave.,
FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT B O O K 1 2 3 , P A G E 4 0 4 ;
Palatka, FL 32177, Tel: Public Records of Putnam
THE INTERSECTION OF THENCE (3) RUN SOUTH 1
County,
Florida
particu(386) 329-0251; Fax: (386)
THE EASTERLY LINE OF DEGREE 56 MINUTES 46
larly described as follows:
SAID GOVERNMENT LOT 5 SECONDS EAST, ALONG Any person claiming an in- 329-1223.
A N D T H E S O U T H E R L Y THE WESTERLY LINE OF terest in the surplus from
COMMENCE at a concrete
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF S A I D L A N D S I N D E E D the sale, if any, other than 3/6/15, 3/13/15
monument set at the
STATE ROAD NO. 209, BOOK 123, PAGE 404 A the property owner as of Legal No. 00031872
Southeast corner of said
RUN THENCE (1) SOUTH DISTANCE OF 425 FEET, the date of the Lis PenBlock 39; thence South 88
10 DEGREES 52 MINUTES MORE OR LESS, TO THE dens must file a claim withdegrees, 56 minutes, 07
4 5 S E C O N D S E A S T , W A T E R S O F T H E S T . in 60 days after the sale.
seconds
West, along the
ALONG THE EASTERLY JOHNS RIVER; THENCE
Northerly Right-of-Way line
LINE OF GOVERNMENT RETURN TO THE POINT OF Dated in Putnam County,
of
Orange
Street, a disLOTS 5 AND 9, A DIS- BEGINNING AND (4) RUN Florida this 27th day of
tance of 309.00 feet tot he
TANCE OF 991.26 FEET TO SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG February , 2015.
POINT
OF
BEGINNING
of
THE NORTHEAST CORNER SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
this description; (1) thence
OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN W A Y L I N E O F S T A T E Clerk of the Circuit Court
continue
along
the
same
DEED BOOK 66, PAGE 4, ROAD NO. 209 SAID RIGHT Putnam County, Florida
course, South 88 degrees,
THENCE (2) RUN SOUTH OF WAY LINE BEING THE
56 minutes, 07 seconds
83 DEGREES 37 MINUTES ARC OF A CURVE CON- By: /s/ Kelly Purcell
West, a distance of 141.00
3 2 S E C O N D S W E S T , CAVE TO THE NORTHW- Deputy Clerk
feet; (2) thence North 00
ALONG THE NORTHERLY EST AND HAVING A RADIdegrees, 54 minutes 48
L I N E O F L A N D S D E - US OF 2904.93, A CHORD A T T E N T I O N : P E R S O N S
seconds West, a distance
SCRIBED IN DEED BOOK BEARING AND DISTANCE W I T H D I S A B I L I T I E S
of 300.00 feet; (3) thence
66, PAGE 4 AND DEED OF SOUTH 78 DEGREES 11 If you are a person with a
North 88 degrees, 56
BOOK 123, PAGE 404, A MINUTES 36 SECONDS disability who needs an acminutes, 07 minutes East, a
DISTANCE OF 165.75 FEET W E S T , 1 6 0 . 6 5 F E E T ; commodation in order to
distance of 141.00 feet; (4)
T O T H E N O R T H W E S T THENCE (5) RUN SOUTH 1 participate in this proceedthence South 00 degrees,
CORNER OF SAID LANDS DEGREES 49 MINUTES 23 ing, you are entitled, at no
54 minutes, 48 seconds
D E S C R I B E D I N D E E D SECONDS EAST, A DIS- cost to you, to the proviEast, a distance of 300.00
B O O K 1 2 3 , P A G E 4 0 4 ; T A N C E O F 1 2 5 4 F E E T , sion of certain assistance.
PALATKA,
FL
Beck
Chrysler,
Dodge
Jeep
and
prices.
That
meant
huge
rates
and
larger
not
feet
to theprices-POINT OF
BETHENCE (3) RUN SOUTH 1 MORE OR LESS, TO THE Please contact Court AdGINNING and to close.
DEGREE 56 MINUTES 46 W A T E R O F T H E S T . ministration, 125 E. OrRam
have
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their
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for
those
of
us
who
could
use
some
SECONDS EAST, ALONG JOHNS RIVER; THENCE (6) a n g e A v e . , S t e . 3 0 0 ,
Parcel Number: 41-12-26THE WESTERLY LINE OF RUN SOUTHEASTERLY, Daytona Beach, FL 32114,
bulk ofTHEthis
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during challenging times. Chrysler
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BOOK
123,
PAGE
404
A
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ST.
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RIVER,
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DISTANCE OF 425 FEET, D I S T A N C E 2 0 2 F E E T , tice. If you are hearing imStreet, Welaka, Florida
MORE
OR LESS,
TO who
THE have
MORE had
OR LESS,
TO THE inpaired,
cal
1-800-955-8771;
to
assist
those
challenges
life.
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Here’s
how
it
is
designed.
Subvention
(provision
W A T E R S O F T H E S T . S O U T H E R L Y E N D O F if you are voice impaired,
at public sale, to the
JOHNS
RIVER;
THENCE conditions
CALL (3) AND
TO CLOSE.
call 1-800-955-8770.
for financial support) by the manufacturer
toward
the at
a result
of market
such
as the mortgage
highest bidder
to cash,
RETURN TO THE POINT OF ALL REFERENCES ARE TO
S o u t h company
door of the
BEGINNING
AND
(4)
RUN
THE
PUBLIC
RECORDS
OF
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OF years.
IDA. It is the understanding
response
contact
offsets
risk factors. With many manufacturers
ballooned RIGHT
in recent
thatplease
atka,
Florida
at
11:00
A.M.
W A Y L I N E O F S T A T E A/K/A 501 WEST RIVER Putnam County Clerk of
24 March
2015.
ROAD
209 SAID
RIGHT to
RD,
PALATKA,
FL and
32177Court, 410 St. Johns
Ave.,
are optional
offers that allow foroneither
a rebate
or
badNO.
things
happen
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recognizing
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Palatka, FL 32177, Tel:
aon thiswithout
27th day of
subvented
APR. Historically DATED
customers
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ARC
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329-0251;aFax:
(386)
February 2015.
CAVE TO THE NORTHW- Any person claiming an in- 329-1223.
perfect credit history are not eligible for subvented
adequate
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has in
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this partnership.
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AND HAVING
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TIM SMITH
US OF 2904.93, A CHORD the sale, if any, other than 3/6/15, 3/13/15
rates. With this new program even
who have
Historically,
finance
have
Clerkthose
of the Court
BEARING
AND DISTANCE
thecompanies
property owner
as offered
of Legal rates
No. 00031872
OF SOUTH 78 DEGREES 11 the date of the Lis Penfor subvented
as high36asSECONDS
29% to dens
offset
what
theywithconsider risk had significant challenges can qualify
By: /s/ Kelly
Purcell
MINUTES
must
file a claim
W E S T , 1 6 0 . 6 5 F E E T ; in 60 days after the sale.
rates. Chrysler pays depending upon
factors.
In the
event
3/6/15,model
3/13/15 to offset
THENCE
(5) RUN
SOUTH
1 they gauged risk to be in excess
Legal No. 00031833
DEGREES
MINUTES
23 Florida
Dated inwould
Putnam
County,
What this means
of what49the
state of
allow
rates to yield risk and allow APR’s as low as 0%.
SECONDS EAST, A DIS- Florida this 27th day of
T Athey
N C E have
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4 F E E T , loan
February
, 2015. that often added
is many customers can now own more car for less
discounts
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
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money.
significant
which
in
higher
JOHNS RIVER; THENCE (6) Putnam County, Florida
RUN SOUTHEASTERLY,
Ex.: THE
Customer
new
vehicle for $25,000 with zero money down plus tax, tag, title & dealer fee.
ALONG
WATERS“A”
OF buys
By: /s/ a
Kelly
Purcell
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER, A Deputy Clerk
customer
for a 22% APR with a finance company and drives off for around $653 a month.
D I That
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ET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE A T T E N T I O N : P E R S O N S
S O U T H E R L Y E N D O F W I T H DI S A B I L I T I E S
CALL (3) AND TO CLOSE. If you are a person with a
ALL REFERENCES ARE TO disability who needs an acTHE PUBLIC RECORDS OF commodation in order to
PUTNAM COUNTY, FLOR- participate in this proceedIDA.
ing, you are entitled, at no
A/K/A 501 WEST RIVER costThe
to you,
to the
providollar
amount
The amount of
The amount you will The total cost of your
RD, PALATKA, FL 32177- sion of certain assistance.
credit
willAdcredit provided
have paid after you purchase on credit,
8633
Pleasethe
contact
Court
The cost of
cost 125
you.E. Orto you or on your
have made all pay- including your down
your credit as a ministration,
Any person claiming an in- a n g e A v e . , S t e . 3 0 0 ,
behalf.
ments as scheduled.
payment of
yearly
rate.
terest in the
surplus
from Daytona Beach, FL 32114,
the sale, if any, other than 386-257-6096, within 2 days
is
the property owner as of of your receipt of this nothe date of the Lis Pen- tice. If you are hearing imdens must file a claim with- paired, cal 1-800-955-8771;
in 60 days after the sale.
if you are voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8770.
Dated in Putnam County,
Florida this 27th day of THIS IS NOT A COURT INAmount ofLINE. To fileWhen Payments Are Due
FebruaryNumber
, 2015. of
FORMATION
response
please contact
Payments
Payments
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Putnam County Clerk of
Putnam County, Florida
Court, 410 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka, FL 32177, Tel:
By: /s/ Kelly Purcell
(386) 329-0251; Fax: (386)
Deputy Clerk
329-1223.
Lost a friend!
From: Beck Chysler Dodge Jeep RAM
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Public Service Announcement
Beck Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram have partnered with the all new Chrysler
Capital Bank to eliminate the finance companies high interest rates for
customers with ZERO MONEY DOWN, LIMITED CREDIT, NO CREDIT,
BAD CREDIT, FIRST TIME BUYERS and BANKRUPTCY
ANNUAL
PERCENTAGE
RATE
18.99%
FEDERAL TRUTH-IN-LENDING DISCLOSURES
AMOUNT
TOTAL OF
FINANCE
FINANCED
PAYMENTS
CHARGE
$19,104.48
$27,982.80
$47,087.28
Your payment Schedule Will Be:
72
TOTAL SALE
PRICE
$0.00
$47,08728
Monthly beginning
03/31/2015
$653.99
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WITH DISABILITIES
Legal No. 00031872
same
vehicle
If you
are new
a person
with aand drive away for around $411 a month. That’s $242 a month less for the same vehicle
disability who needs an acof your dreams.
commodation
in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Court Administration, 125 E. Orange Ave., Ste. 300,
The dollar amount
The amount of
The amount you will The total cost of your
Daytona Beach, FL 32114,
386-257-6096, within 2 days
the credit will
credit provided
have paid after you purchase on credit,
The cost
of your receipt
of thisofnocost you.
to you or on your
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your
asima
tice. If you
arecredit
hearing
behalf.
ments as scheduled.
payment of
paired, calyearly
1-800-955-8771;
rate.
if you are voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8770.
is
FEDERAL TRUTH-IN-LENDING DISCLOSURES
ANNUAL
AMOUNT
TOTAL OF
FINANCE
PERCENTAGE
FINANCED
PAYMENTS
CHARGE
RATE
1.90%
THIS IS NOT A COURT INFORMATION LINE. To file
response please contact
Putnam County Clerk of
Court, 410 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka, Number
FL 32177,
of Tel:
(386) 329-0251; Fax: (386)
329-1223. Payments
$1,647.36
$27,982.80
Your payment Schedule Will Be:
72
3/6/15, 3/13/15
Legal No. 00031872
Amount of
Payments
$411.53
When Payments Are Due
Monthly beginning
03/31/2015
$29,630.16
TOTAL SALE
PRICE
$0.00
$29,630.16
or as follows
n/a
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BEARING AND DISTANCE
OF SOUTH 78 DEGREES 11
MINUTES 36 SECONDS
WEST, 160.65 FEET;
THENCE (5) RUN SOUTH 1
DEGREES 49 MINUTES 23
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 1254 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
WATER OF THE ST.
JOHNS RIVER; THENCE (6)
RUN SOUTHEASTERLY,
ALONG THE WATERS OF
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER, A
DISTANCE 202 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
SOUTHERLY END OF
CALL (3) AND TO CLOSE.
ALL REFERENCES ARE TO
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
PUTNAM COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 501 WEST RIVER
RD, PALATKA, FL 321778633
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PART OF GOVERNMENT
LOTS 5 AND 9, SECTION
15, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH,
RANGE 27 EAST, PUTNAM
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT
THE INTERSECTION OF
THE EASTERLY LINE OF
SAID GOVERNMENT LOT 5
AND THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
STATE ROAD NO. 209,
RUN THENCE (1) SOUTH
10 DEGREES 52 MINUTES
45 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE EASTERLY
LINE OF GOVERNMENT
THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS
www.palatkadailynews.com
3/5/15 3:26 PM
#038 McElveen, Jacquelyn
L. - Household Goods
COMMENCE at a concrete
monument set at the
Southeast corner of said
Block 39; thence South 88
degrees, 56 minutes, 07
seconds West, along the
Northerly Right-of-Way line
of Orange Street, a distance of 309.00 feet tot he
POINT OF BEGINNING of
this description; (1) thence
continue along the same
course, South 88 degrees,
56 minutes, 07 seconds
West, a distance of 141.00
feet; (2) thence North 00
degrees, 54 minutes 48
seconds West, a distance
of 300.00 feet; (3) thence
North 88 degrees, 56
minutes, 07 minutes East, a
distance of 141.00 feet; (4)
thence South 00 degrees,
54 minutes, 48 seconds
East, a distance of 300.00
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING and to close.
Parcel Number: 41-12-269200-0390-0021
#157 Lewis, Schemuel H. Household Goods
#161 Hines, William G. Household Goods
#162 McMurray, Lena F. Tanning Beds
#164 Teaford, Steven Household Goods
#166 Stewart, James R. Household Goods
#187 Oleary, Robert W. Household Goods
#188 Oleary, Robert W. Household Goods
#235 Ellsworth, Sharon M. Household Goods
#241 Jenroe, Nicole Household Goods
#249 Carter, Michael Household Goods
#275 Howard, Rita A. Household Goods, Boxes,
Junk
#320 Carroll, Jeremy C. Household Goods
3/6/15, 3/13/15
Legal No. 00031613
MERCHANDISE
DATED aon this 27th day of
February 2015.
Frigidaire frost-free
upright freezer $100
904-651-0102
Unit#/Name/Item
Hyde's: 386-326-6272
Seasoned Firewood:
Blackjack, $70/pickup
load. Delivered locally.
Furniture &
Upholstery
Black leather couch &
matching recliner, exc.
shape $150. Antique hall
tree $75. 904-651-0102
Hutch 6'Wx7'H in good
condition, $75 OBO.
Leave message:
386-684-9092
#033 Alejandro, Felix Household Goods
#038 McElveen, Jacquelyn
L. - Household Goods
#047 Lewis, Richard C. Household Goods
Garage Sales
#050 Fulton, Bruce A. Household Goods
222 Dogwood Ln, Palatka. Sat. 8a-?. Hshld,
children, men & women
clothes, also homemade
doghouse for sale.
#052 Carter, Ashley Household Goods
CALL TODAY
386-312-5200
#157 Lewis, Schemuel H. Household Goods
Inside Sale
Fri & Sat 8am-?
Villa Farms Lot 16.
Large Yard Sale 8a-4p
Fri & Sat American
Legion, Interlachen.
Multi-Family Sale Sat.
only 7a-? Trinity Baptist
Church on Silver Lake
386-684-3116
* R&J Wood Service *
Blackjack Oak, Oak,
$75/load delivered.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned intends to
sell the personal property
described below to enforce a lien imposed on
said property under the
Florida Self Storage Facility Act Section 83.801-83809. The auction date is
Friday, March 27, 2015 at
1:30 pm or thereafter at
Discount Mini Storage St
Johns, 790 SR 207, E Palatka, FL 32131.
Huge Yard Sale Fri & Sat
8a-1p 3505 S. Palm Ave.
Palatka. Lots of new
children & adult items.
Multi-Family Sale
722 Bardin Rd. 8-? Sat.
only. Lots of bargains!
Fuel Oil &
Firewood
3/6/15, 3/13/15
Legal No. 00031833
Fri 3/6 thru Sat 3/14
9a-4p Moving/Estate
Sale Home decor, some
furn., small appliances
& kitchen items.
408 S. 13th St. Palatka.
Moving Sale - Tools, fishing equip., furn., hshld &
plants. Th/Fr/Sa 9a-5p
129 Tyler St. Satsuma.
Appliances
TIM SMITH
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Kelly Purcell
Fri/Sat 8:30-3:30 Estate
Sale 'High-End Furnishings' Rain or Shine. Collector plates, china, teacups, furn. & clothing. No
early birds. 112 Betsy
Ross Pl. Satsuma. Turn
off of Hwy 17 onto
CR309 to St. Johns Ave.
Moving Sale Th/Fr/Sa
Daylight-? 205 Kansas
St. Satsuma. Hshld,
tools, misc. Cash only.
386-649-0885/546-5938
Address: 524 Orange
Street, Welaka, Florida
at public sale, to the
highest bidder to cash, at
the South door of the
Courthouse, Putnam
County, in the City of Palatka, Florida at 11:00 A.M.
on 24 March 2015.
Fri & Sat 7am-?
122 Tyler St. Satsuma.
John Wayne collection,
& lots of misc.
#161 Hines, William G. Household Goods
#162 McMurray, Lena F. Tanning Beds
#164 Teaford, Steven Household Goods
Lawn & Garden
Weider weight bench
$25. 386-684-9092
John Deere mower,
model 2920A, commercial rated, 340 hrs, 26HP
Kawasaki engine, 54"
cut, exc. cond., $5,475.
386-328-0264/937-7022
Wool coat, woman's
lined black knee length,
reduced to $12. Like
new. 386-530-0898
Used Mowers for Sale:
* SCAG Super Z
SSZ20CV
52" Cut $750
* EX Mark LCT5219KA
52" Cut $600
*John Deere LA130
48" Cut $100
* Husqvarna RZ4219
42" Cut $750
* Husqvarna EZ4824
48" Cut $1,499
* Wright Commercial
ZTD 48" Cut, $3,999
Futch's Power Depot
625 S. Hwy 19 Palatka
386-385-5658
Miscellaneous
High-dollar wood flooring, 12 mil. 200SF or under, includes pad, 1/4
round, & t-mold, $900
installed. LLC. 916-9292
Items $25 or
Less
Hay - Fertilized, BarnStored. Large Rolls $55.
Pomona Park area
386-546-4466
Sporting Goods
EZ Go golf cart, electric,
good shape, looks &
runs good, $1,250.
386-467-2693
Antique world globe in
wood stand, $25. Leave
message: 386-328-2884
Exercise glider, like new,
$25. 386-328-2355
PCMC Community Sale
Relay for Life/March of
Dimes, 611 Zeagler Dr.
Sat. 8-3 Booth rentals
available. 386-326-7821
King size mattress & box
spring in good condition,
$25. 229-248-0195
Saturday Only! 7:30-?
105 Thicket Ln, Palatka.
Clothes, misc., baby
stuff, lots of good items!
Pet nail trimmer, "PediPaws", with replacement
heads, $25.
386-684-0372
Th/Fr/Sa 8a-? 111 Park
Cir. Palatka. Clothes,
furn., hshld items,
nicknacks, & misc.
Two 5ft tall Loquats
(Japanese Plums), just
about ready to pick, both
for $25. 386-325-7649
FSBO 3BR/1.5BA New
metal roof, cabinets etc.,
105 St. Johns Terrace
West E. Pal $83,500
386-325-0168/937-7255
FOR RENT
REAL ESTATE
Homes for sale Palatka,
E. Palatka, Owner fin.,
low dn pymt. Starting
@ $40K, 386-559-0660
GUN SHOW
St. Augustine National
Guard Armory 190 San
Marco Ave. 3/7 & 3/8 Sat
9-5, Sun 9-4. Concealed
permit classes daily.
Mobile Homes
Apartments
GunTraderGunShows.com
352-359-0134
Affordable living, quiet,
Senior park, $3,500$8,500, 386-698-3648
lakecrescentflorida.com
Barrington Apts
Offering 2BR Leasing
for April. 386-325-0512
www.barrington
apartments.org
Trailers
60lbs of steel weights,
$15. 386-684-9092
For Sale/Trade: 3/2
on 1.5 ac. New roof &
kitchen. N. Palatka.
$65K 386-916-9172
Found on Union Ave,
Crescent City: Male
puppy, white w/brown
mask face 386-530-9060
Kimball piano in good
condition, $200 OBO.
Call 229-248-0195.
Interlachen, Satsuma,
Owner fin., low down
pymt. Starting @
$25K, 386-559-0660
RECREATIONAL
MH for Sale with Extra
Large Lot: 139 Holly Hill
Ln., Hawthorne. $48K.
Owner will fin. $5K down,
$800/m. Must see to
appreciate 904-613-3208
352-226-6895 or
352-475-6215
TRANSPORTATION
Waterfront
Reduced to $179.9K
OBO! Canal-Front CB
Home, straight to the St.
Johns River. 2 or
3BR/2BA, total remodel.
New bulkhead, dock,
boathouse w/lift. Comes
w/pontoon boat. New
appliances, A/C, doors,
windows, tile & wood
floors. New electrical,
custom cabinets & more!
Call for details & pics.
Some owner fin. Brokers
welcome. 352-278-4644
Four Wheel
Drive Vehicles
2001 Chevy Silverado
ext. cab, 4x4, very clean,
excellent condition,
$5,500. 386-972-3133
Van &
Accessories
'96 GMC Safari conversion van, PW/PL, 125K
mi., seats 7, AC, AWD
$2,700 386-329-2232
For Sale or Rent
2/1 $450/m + $450 sec
or $13.9K 904-687-7212
Duplexes
PETS & SUPPLIES
50 new & used red & mix
color building bricks, $25
for all. 386-325-7649
2412 Gillis St. Palatka
2/1 single family, fenced
yd, Lease program avail.
$750 dn $540/m $65K
855-671-5657
Musical Items & Lost & Found
Animals
Services
5x10 utility trailer, new
axle, wood floor, $600.
Excellent condition.
386-328-0264/937-7022
4-Piece Stainless
Steel Multi-Cooker
$20 OBO 684-6048
Executive 5/4 home near
golf course. 5 Putter Ln.
Palatka. $1,900/m
386-328-2775 ext. 172
Livestock
800
#052 Carter, Ashley Household Goods
6 B C L A S S I F I E D S • PA L AT K A DA I LY N E W S • F R I DAY, M A R C H 6 , 2 0 1 5
Community Sale Sat 8-?
415 Washington St. 1st
Congregational Church
Spaces avail.: 916-8451
600
A portion of Official Records Book 454, page 227,
being part of Lots 2 and 3,
Block 39, TOWN OF
WELAKA, as recorded in
Original Plat Book No. 1,
PT No. 1, page 52 of the
Public Records of Putnam
County, Florida particularly described as follows:
#050 Fulton, Bruce A. Household Goods
400
Legal Notices
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that, under a final judgment of foreclosure
entered in the above-styled
case, I will sell the property in Putnam County,
Florida, described as:
900
#047 Lewis, Richard C. Household Goods
DAVID W. LEE,
Defendant.
Mobile Home
With Land
2BR/1BA CH/A, kitchen
equipped, $600/m +
$600 Security
386-325-4979
700
vs.
#033 Alejandro, Felix Household Goods
550
CERTIFIED REAL ESTATE
SERVICES, INC.,
Plaintiff,
Fruitland 4/2 w/4.75 ac.,
shed, pole barn, $36K
cash or possible owner
fin. Call or text for info:
386-559-2520
FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE
Fisherman's retreat or
weekend getaway, 2/1
w/ over 1200 SF &
detached 1/1 on canal
that leads to Georges
Lakes. New deck, gas
stove. $69,900. Call Pat
Alters w/ Keller Williams
First Coast Realty
(904) 571-9751
CALL TODAY
386-312-5200
Pets & Supplies
Full-blooded Shih-Tzu
puppies, gold/white, tricolor, $250 each.
386-350-0202
LIVESTOCK & SUPPLIES
Homes
560
CASE NO.: 13-384-CA
DIVISION: 53
2 homes for the price of
one! 3BR/1BA, LR, DR,
laundry, gallery kitchen,
patio, separate 2BR/1BA
guest house w/LR, eat-in
kitchen, & its own fenced
in area. Convenient location right off SR 20, 108
Hoover Rd., Hollister.
$129K. 813-376-0515
Give Your Old Stuff a New Life
If it’s collecting dust,
it could be collecting cash!
PALATKA DAILY NEWS
CLASSIFIEDS
1825 St. Johns Avenue,
Palatka, FL
3 family Thur-Fri-Sat
9am-4pm 115 Pecan
Grove Rd., Tools, Ladders, Lawn mower,
Books, End tables,
Hshld, Clothes, printer.
All kinds of misc.
386-312-5200
[email protected]
GARAGE
SALE AD
S
only $10
.75
4 lin
es, 1, 2
or 3 days
#166
Stewart,
Used
Cars James R. Household Goods
#187 Oleary, Robert W. Household Goods
#188 Oleary, Robert W. Household Goods
#235 Ellsworth, Sharon M. Household Goods
#241 Jenroe, Nicole Household Goods
#249 Carter, Michael Household Goods
#275 Howard, Rita A. Household Goods, Boxes,
Junk
#320 Carroll, Jeremy C. Household Goods
3/6/15, 3/13/15
Legal No. 00031613
2015 NISSAN 2015 NISSAN 2015 NISSAN 2015 NISSAN 2015 NISSAN
370Z
Altima
$
Touring Sport
$
17,991*
2014 Nissan Versa SV
11,991*
2010 Honda Accord
$
EX-L w/
Navigation
46k miles
Stk#
NN9176A
17,991*
*SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS.
$
31,991*
2014 Chevy Cruze LT
2013 Nissan Sentra
Turbo, Only
13,060
miles
Stk#
NN8906A
Auto, Only
4,400
miles!
Stk#
NN9061A
Auto,
PW, PL
Stk#
NU6956
$
Maxima
$
13,991*
2011 Cadillac SRX
$
14,991*
2013 Nissan Xterra
14k miles
Stk#
NN9129A
$
23,991*
8,000*
Stk#
NU6955
$
12,991*
2009 Ford Ranger
19,991*
$
9,991*
OFF
LE, Leather,
Sunroof,
Loaded
Stk#
NU6944A
7,995*
2009 Chevy HHR LT
Super Cab,
Auto
Stk#
NU7014
$
7,500*
2005 Nissan Pathfinder
SR
Stk#
NU7012
$
$
OFF
2012 Nissan Sentra
Sentra
0% for
Murano
2011 Nissan Titan SV
Crew Cab,
23k miles,
Loaded,
Xtra Clean,
Trade In
$
6,991*
Stk# NN9040A
21,991*
2012 Toyota Highlander
2012 Ford Focus SE
Auto,
Clean
Stk#
NU7011
$
Stk# NN9211B
$
22,991*
11,991*
2011 Nissan Maxima SV
24k miles,
Clean
Clean
Clean
Stk#
NN9172B
$
72 mos
$
Only 13k
miles,
Leather
Stk#
NN9211B
19,991*
CALL TODAY 386-328-2775
252 HWY 17N • PALATKA, FL
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