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3 arrested in Navy commanders killing Three people have been arrested in Clay County on second-degree murder charges in connection with the killing of U.S. Navy Commander Alphonso Doss earlier this year. Yolinda Doss, 44, Al phonso Doss wife, as well as Anthony Washington, 29, and Ronnie Wilson II, 33, were arrested. Investigators said the suspects made the killing looking like a burglary. They believe the suspects cially. An employee of the As toria Hotel at 150 Park Avenue found 44-year-old Alphonso Doss (pictured) dead in the Orange Park hotel room about 8:45 a.m. Feb. 12. Doss, who lived in Pen sacola, was on temporary duty at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Doss and his wife were separated at the time of his death, and their Southside home was placed in foreclosure last year. Friends said Doss was about to retire. Doss was buried at the Jacksonville National Cemetery with full honors in what was described as a huge memorial event.Anthony Washington Ronnie Wilson II Yolinda Doss Tallahassee, FL (August 07, 2014): Cited for her notable career of strong advocacy for civil rights and criminal justice reform, State Senator Arthenia Joyner (D, 19th) is the recipient of the Florida Public Defender Associa tion 2014 L. Clayton Nance Award. In nominating Sen. Joyner for the highest honor given by the Florida Public Defender Association (FPDA), The Honorable Nancy Daniels (PD, 2nd) said of the trailblaz ing teacher, attorney, and legislator: She has lived a life of service to the cause of justice and richly deserves this recognition. We are grateful for her strong and steady struggle for the rights of all. The award also recognizes Joyners responsiveness to legislative issues, including her support for the juvenile sentencing reform bill (HB 7035). Additionally, Joyner consistently provides critical support for public defenders during the budget process. Unable to attend the ceremony, Joyner will meet with the FPDA in Tallahassee for a formal presentation. VOL. 64 NO. 17
The Historic Mount Zion A.M.E. Church located at 201 East Beaver Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202, will celebrate its 148th Annual Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, August 10th, 2014 at 10 am. This years theme is: 148 Years Building a Solid Foundation by Trusting in the Lord . The Speaker for this occasion will be the Rev. Lorenzo Ewing of The Fellowship of Love Church located in Houston, Texas. The culmination of event activities will feature Celebration Worship Services on Sunday, August 10th at 10 am. For additional information, contact Anniversary Celebration Co-Chairs Carol S. Goodwin, Corrie Thompson, and Evelyn Whaley or Jean Pettis of the Church Public Relations Office at (904) 355-9475. St. Philips Episcopal Church will be hosting a Fundraiser in the month of September, the dates being 12th-13th and 26th27th. On both Saturdays, there will be a car wash, a DJ, raffles, wii video game competition, dominoes, and card games for adults. Lunches will be served on Fridays from 11:00am2:00pm and on Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm. The fundraiser will assist with the repair cost for our church buildings. For further information do call us at 9047.354.1053 or firstname.lastname@example.org. PRAISE CONNECTION 2014-When: Sunday September 28th, 2014 Time: 4:00 P.M. SHARP! Where: Saint Paul Lutheran Church Location: 2730 W. Edgewood Avenue Jacksonville, Florida 32209 (Rev. James Wiggins Jr.Pastor) This event serves as the OFFICIAL debut of the A'saph Worship Team. Refreshments will be served immediately after this wonderful event. For More Information, contact the founder Jasmine J. Bullock at 352-708-0277. JACKSONVILLE, FL CRAGHEAD William, Ribble, Jr., died August 2, 2014. DAVIS, Mildred Mitchell, 75, died August 2, 2014. GREEN Charles Lyman, Jr., 72, died August 5, 2014. HARRIS Jean, died August 4, 2014. HARRIS Louis, 67, died August 5, 2014. HENRY Gladwin, died July 28, 2014. JENKINS Katie, died August 4, 2014. JOHNSON, Edward, Jr., 90, died August 3, 2014. JOHNSON Helen Mae, 94, died August 1, 2014. McGHEE Odessa Brown, died August 2, 2014. MONEYHAN Lindel, 72, died August 4, 2014. NORRIS, Kevin K., 46, died August 3, 2014. ~ ~ARROUND THE AREA BLACKWELL Ruby Allean, 87, died August 5, 2014. (Gainesville) COOPER Lula Bell, 73, died July 27, 2014. (Williston) LUMPKIN Pamela Dallas, 47, died August 1, 2014. (Gainesville) MABREY, Carrie Lee, died August 2, 2014. McKNIGHT, Alfred E., 73, died August 3, 2014. (Gainesville) SCRUGGS, William M., Bill, Jr., 92, died August 1, 2014. TEAGUE James, 82, died August 4, 2014. (Key-stone Heights) WILKINS Rheta Luretha, 72, died July 31, 2014. WILLIAMS Aaron Lawrence, 59, died July 31, 2014. (Gainesville) WILLIAMS, Alene Taylor, 78, died July 28, 2014. (Gainesville) ~ ~GEORGIA DEATHS HOLMES, Yoko T., 83, died July 31, 2014. PHILSON Anthony C., died July 20, 2014. SILLS Herbert, died August 4, 2014. SINGLETARY, George, died August 5, 2014. SWEIGART, John, 58, died August 5, 2014. LITTLES James E., died August 6, 2014. The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With Us Faith In Our CommunitySchedule of Events and ServicesPAGE 2 THE STAR AUGUST 9, 2014 CHURCH DEATH NOTICES DEATH NOTICES ANNOUNCEMENTS Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com Come join Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall, Sr.every Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM for Prayer Meeting and Bible Study at The Greater El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church, located at 723 W. 4th Street, Jacksonville, FL 32209. New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208Sunday School ................9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Intercessory Prayer.................10:45 a.m. Morning Worship ......................11:00 a.m. Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 7:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Marion A. Wise, Senior Pastor Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus (904) 764-5727 Church GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCHThe Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyBishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586Sunday School.......................................................................................9:30 a.m. Morning Worship.................................................................................11:00 a.m. Tuesday................................................Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m. Thursday...............................................................................Joy Night,7:00 p.m.Email: Gospell75@aol.com Website: Greaterelbethel.org Tune In To WCGL AM RadioForIMPACT IMPACTTuesday and Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.AtWCGL1360.comThe Florida Star and Impact Striving To Make A Difference! Clara McLaughlin Leath Host Yvonne Brooks Co-Host Lion of the Tribe of Judah Ministries, Inc. PASTOR Dr. Sirretta Williams (Temporary services held) 623 Beechwood St., Jacksonville, FL 32206 Sunday School.......10:00 a.m. ~ Sunday Worship .......11:00 a.m. Every 5th Sunday Friends and Family Day Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Direct Phone: 904.866.7047 Office Phone: 904.356.4226 Seeing Beyond The Lifestyle To Save A Life Website: www.lottojm.com 281 East 44th Street, Jacksonville, FL 32208 UnityMissionaryBaptist@aol.com Funeral Services, Wakes, Repass, Weddings, and Banquets Available For more information, please contact Mrs. Homes at: (904) 402-2816 or (904) 444-9143 ONE ACCORD MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL2971 Waller Street, Jacksonville, FL(904) 389-7373Bishop, Dr. Jan D. Goodman, Sr. PastorSunday School . . . . . . . . . Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Worship Service . . . . . . . . Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. NEW LIFE OUTREACH CENTER 5640 Timaquana Rd. Ste 6 Jacksonville, FL 32244 Dr. Beatrice House Apostle/Consultant/Mentor Making A Difference, One At A Time Services : Sunday... 10:00am Tuesday . 7:00pm Prayer Ministry : 2nd Saturday.....10:30am Leadership Training : 3rd Tuesday.7:00pm For more information call: 904.778.7651 ~ ALL ARE WELCOME ~ Ask Us About OurALPHONSO WEST MORTUARY, INC.4409 Soutel Dr. Jacksonville, FL 32208 Tel: (904) 766-9671 Fax: (904) 766-2354 DIRECTORSDeborah West Alphonso West Jacqueline Y. Bartley If there had been a death in your family yesterday, what would you be doing today?FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED Since 1988Pre-Need Fore-Thought Funeral Planning ProgramIm sorry to have to tell you this... Almighty God,Father of all mercies and giver of all comfort: Deal graciously, we pray thee, with those who mourn, that casting every care on thee, they may know the consolation of thy love, through Jesus Christ our LORD.40 Days, 40 Nights, 40 Books!Author releases books in new childrens book series Developmental psychology researcher, educator, and author Dr. Veda E. Brown recently celebrated the nationwide release of her inspiring new 15-book series Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God. Each book in the series is not only a poetic rendition of Biblical scripture, but vocabulary building exercises and critical thinking activities make the series quite unique. The books paint vivid pictures of traditional Bible stories, but also let the reader do the same....because each book is also a coloring and activity book! Based on the Bible stories, p roverbs, and parables taught by the Master Teacher, Jesus Christ, each book captures childrens hearts as they read or listen closely to each word. The books in this series were designed to help parents and concerned adults plant seeds of self-worth, value and confidence in young childrens hearts and minds based on Biblical principles. As young listeners hear the inspiring words affirmations from each book, they will be encouraged to grow in Gods love and grace. Dr. Veda Brown is the only African American to earn the PhD in Development Psychology with a specialization in Cognition from the University of Florida. In addition to her academic degrees, she is a licensed Christian Missionary. In her faith-based series of books, she has combined her academic training with her faith to create books that engage, educate, and empower. She has collaborated with celebrated painter and illustrator, Bianca Neal, to bring each of the books to life. Dr. Veda Brown is passionate about the empowerment of children. In addition to having served as an elementary school teacher and a university psychology professor, Veda has conducted national training workshops to help parents, early educators, researchers, and community leaders provide the best teaching/learning strategies that facilitate diverse learning styles especially in the area of self-actualization/empowerment and early literacy development. For more information, interviews or media inquiries, p lease contact Judy Foston at 832-595-2544 or send an email to email@example.com
As Floridas next election draws closer, U.S. Attor ney General Eric Holder has a stern warning for Gov. Rick Scott: Were watching you. AUGUST 9, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 3 Voting Information PaidforandapprovedbyFriendsof CorrineBrown(D).GloriaSimmons,Treasurer C6442014 Primary Election Early Voting InformationEarly Voting Friday, August 15 through Sunday, August 24, 2014ARGYLE LIBRARY7973 Old Middleburg Rd S, Jacksonville, FL 32222BEACHES LIBRARY 600 3rd Street, Neptune Beach, FL 32266 BRADHAM-BROOKS LIBRARY1755 Edgewood Ave W, Jacksonville, FL 32208GATEWAY TOWN CENTER 910 West 44th St, Jacksonville, FL 32208 HIGHLANDS LIBRARY 1826 Dunn Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32218 LEGENDS COMMUNITY CENTER 5130 Soutel Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32208 MAIN LIBRARY (Downtown) 303 N Laura St, Jacksonville, FL 32202 MANDARIN LIBRARY 3330 Kori Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32257 MURRAY HILL LIBRARY 918 Edgewood Ave S, Jacksonville, FL 32205 OCEANWAY COMMUNITY CENTER 12215 Sago Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32218 PABLO CREEK SOUTH LIBRARY 13295 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32246 REGENCY SQUARE LIBRARY9900 Regency Square Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32225 DUVAL COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS MAIN OFFICE (904) 630-1414 ANYONE REGISTERED TO VOTE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND LIVING IN DUVAL COUNTY MAY VOTE AT ANY EARLY VOTING SITE DURING EARL Y VOTING.Voters Rights in Duval Co.). I strongly recommend that you vote early at one of the listed sites before electionday becauseifyoudont,onelectiondayyoumustvoteatyourassigned precinctinorderforyourballot tobecountedas in thepastprovisional ballots are subjective and not likely to be counted. In addition, if you vote by absentee or vote by mail, please make sure yourballot is signed and that the signature is preferably notarized, or at least verified by including a witness signature. We need to make sure EVERY VOTE COUNTS!!!Congresswoman Corrine Brown PRIMARY ELECTION TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2014 SAN MARCO LIBRARY 1513 LaSalle St, Jacksonville, FL 32207 SOUTH MANDARIN LIBRARY 12125 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32223 SOUTHEAST LIBRARY10599 Deerwood Park Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32256UNIVERSITY PARK LIBRARY 3435 University Blvd N, Jacksonville, FL 32277 WEBB-WESCONNETT LIBRARY 6887 103rd Street, Jacksonville, FL 32210 WEST REGIONAL LIBRARY 1425 Chaffee Rd S, Jacksonville, FL 32221DUVAL COUNTY EARLY VOTING SITES Florida lawmakers started a special session on Thursday, 7, 2014 to redraw the states 27 congressional districts in the wake of a state Judge Lewis declaring Floridas Supervisors of Elections have raised serious concerns over changing the elections process at this late date. Many Floridians have received their ballots, and mailed absentee ballots. Lewis has given legislators until Aug. 15 to draw up a new map. He will then consider whether to order a special election that relies on the new map. Legislative leaders, place before 2016.Florida Lawmakers begin drawing new congressional maps Primary Election Tuesday, August 26, 2014Florida Law Allows You to Take This Information Into the Voting Booth With You Instructions for Voting How you vote is a personal decision, but after researching the Candidates and Judges, I want you to knowwhereIstand. -Congresswoman Corrine BrownGOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR(Vote for One) Charlie Crist Not Yet Designated Nan H. Rich Not Yet Designated SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT FOUR(Vote for One) Anthony Paul PenosoMichael Mike Sharrit CIRCUIT JUDGE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GROUP 27(Vote for One) Please note that depending on your precinct, some offices may not appear on your ballot. ATTORNEY GENERAL(Vote for One) George SheldonPerry E. Thurston Darryl WilliePaula D. Wright LIBRARY STRAW BALLOT YesNo Ballot Summary: Should voters have a future ballot choice to provide for library stability by establishing an independent library taxing district that shall provide adequate funding to meet the needs of the community, similar to other districts in Florida and with no increase in the total millage cap? Financial Impact Estimate: This straw ballot, if implemented, will have a future direct financial impact that cannot be determined at this time. Determining the increase or decrease in costs to the City of Jacksonville is speculative. As for City revenue, the Library District will have the power to levy a property tax of up to one mill, and the Library District millage plus the Citys millage shall not exceed the lawful millage caps for the City of Jacksonville. U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder
AUGUST 9, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 4 TALK OF THE TOWN Florida Weekly ad in hand. Coupons in pocket. BOGO-vision on. Its time to save.publix.com/save Dancing The Night Away Photosy Dan Evans Jr. The Great Gatsby, was the theme of the 32nd Annual Senior Prom. It all happened at the Prime Osborn Convention Center, on August 1st. The event was presented by The City of Jacksonville and Florida Blue. Seniors from Jacksonville Senior centers gathered for fellowship, din ing, dancing and an enjoyable eve ning. City Senior Center and private Senior Community Residents met dressed in roaring twenties attire. The celebration centered on apprecia tion of civic leadership, volunteering, reminiscing with old friends and meeting new ones. You are making a difference, and it is devotion such as yours that has made Jacksonville a better place to live, work and raise a family. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CON TINUED ENGAGEMENT. Mayor Alvin Brown said, to the seniors.
Alton Packaging Anheuser Busch Atlantic Ice and Coal Bush Boake Allen Citrus Machinery City of Jacksonville Department of Electric and Water CSX Transportation Cummer Lumber Florida power General Foods Gibbs Shipyard Glidden Chemical Glidden Paint Growers Container Corp Jacksonville Shipyard Keene Corp Liquid Carbonic Merrill Stevens Shipbuilding Millennium Specialty Chemicals National Container New York Laundry Northside Generating Station Owens Corning St. Regis Paper Plant St. Johns River Shipyard Seaboard Airline Railway Southern Pine Chemical Standard Lumber Co Stone Container Trumbull Asphalt USG Union Camp Paper/Chemical US Naval Air Station Asbestos is Americas greatest industrial killer, and it can take over thirty years to develop symptoms to the devastating diseases it causes. For those who have been a ected, special Trust Funds have been set up to compensate you for your exposure. However, you have to take the rst step and claim it. Attorney Adam Jarvis at the E.J. Saad Law Firm can help you do just that. attorney directly. Call ATTORNEY ADAM JARVIS at the E.J. SAAD LAW FIRM Alton Packaging Anheuser Busch Atlantic Ice and Coal Bush Boake Allen Citrus Machinery City of Jacksonville Department of Electric and Water CSX Transportation Cummer Lumber Florida power General Foods Asbestos over thirty years to develop symptoms to the devastating diseases it causes. For those who have been a ected, special Trust Funds have been set up to compensate you for your exposure. However, you have to take the rst step and claim it. Attorney Adam Jarvis at the E.J. Saad Law Firm can help you do just that. attorney directly. Alton Packaging Anheuser Busch Atlantic Ice and Coal Bush Boake Allen Citrus Machinery City of Jacksonville Department of Electric and Water CSX Transportation Cummer Lumber Florida power General Foods attorney directly. If you or someone you know are 60 years of age or older and worked at one, or any combination, of the following jobsites for 5 years or more prior to 1982, then you may have been exposed to asbestos. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Hundreds of families were able to prepare their children with essential supplies for the new school year through the 6th Annual New Town Suc cess Zone Back to School Event held August 2nd in the Adams-Jenkins Sports and Music Complex. Every year 500 to 700 families from the New Town neighborhood attend the event. Children received free school supplies, cloth ing (unmentionables-childrens underwear), physicals, and eye exams for the upcoming school year. More than half of the people who live in New Town make less than $20,000 a year, which is below the poverty-line. Many fami lies in this area simply go without, and we try to take as much off the table to ensure kids will be ready for school. This is the commu nitys response to make certain our children will be prepared to learn from day one, said Executive Director of the New Town Success Zone, Dr. Irvin Pedro Cohen. The New Town Success Zone is a col laboration between the City of Jacksonville, that aims to support families and their chil drens intellectual, emotional and physical growth from cradle to college in a designated neighborhood of Jacksonville. It is modeled after the successful Harlems Children Zone in New York. Edward Waters College (EWC), accred ited by the Southern Association of Col leges, and Schools (SACS) and member of the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) is a private, historically black, urban college which offers a liberal arts education with a strong emphasis on the Christian principles of high moral and spiritual values. EWC was established in 1866 and is an African Meth odist Episcopal Church-related institution of learning. It is the oldest private institution of higher education in the state of Florida. AUGUST 9, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 5Youths PageCHILDREN RECEIVE SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT CAMPUS EVENT
PAGE 6 THE STAR AUGUST 09, 2014 Crime and Justice Crime and JusticeA Publication of the Florida Star and Georgia Star As an African American newspaper, we basically report on offenses committed by African Americans. Please note that in our observations, weekly reports show that African Americans DO NOT commit the largest percentage of criminal offenses in this ar ea. Citizens with tips are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS. You can remain anonymous and become eligible for a reward. MISSINGCHILDREN Name: Tierra Goodman Age: 16 Weight: 150 lbs Last seen: 7/23/14 Name: Monticco Holly Age: 18 Weight: 145 lbs Last seen: 7/20/14 Name: Alea Grant Age: 16 Weight: 120 lbs Last seen: 7/18/14 Name: Terica Kiser Age: 15 Weight: 150 lbs Last seen: 7/06/14MOSTWANTED Name: Mariah Bodiford Offense: Resisting Officer with Violence Name: Shazard Captlon Offense: Grand Theft Motor Vehicle Name: Jamal Butler Offense: Grand Theft Shoplifting! Put a stop to shoplifting! Shoplifters assume they wont get caught. Your strategy is to prove them wrong. The following tips require thought and ingenuity, but cost very little. Alert employees are your best defense. Establish procedures for them to follow if they suspect shoplifting, and make sure they are familiar with shoplifting laws. Make sure you can see everything that goes on in your store. Keep counters low, no more than waist-high. Mount mirrors in corners so there are no blind spots. Arrange counters and display tables so theres no direct route to the exit. Some stores put turnstiles at entrances so the only way out is to pass the checkout counter. Place expensive items in the center of the store away from exits. Arrange displays so that missing items are easily noticed. Place small items in neat rows or clearly defined patterns. Attach inventory alarm tags to expensive merchandise. Reverse alternate hangers of hanging garments to prevent grab and runs. Announce and observe a zero tolerance policy to prosecute shoplifters. The threat of being caught, questioned by police, put on trial and maybe even put in jail, may be enough to discourage shoplifters. What shoplifters use Shoplifters use the following to conceal items: Bulky clothing: coats, pants and maternity outfits. Packages, bags, backpacks and purses are hiding places, and sometimes they may have false bottoms. Special props include hollowed-out books, fake casts, umbrellas, secret pockets, belts or hooks under coats. Folded newspapers or magazines are used to hide small or flat items. What to look for Be aware of customers hands and their pockets, purses, handkerchiefs. Notice open packages, purses, shopping bags, backpacks. Watch for customers who are nervous, have wandering eyes, are loitering or lingering in hidden areas. Watch groups of people, especially if a person tries to distract you. Safety Wanted Suspect Police are looking for currently looking for 26-yearold Stephon Wright. He has active warrants for the following crimes. He is wanted for possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, dealing in stolen property, burglary, unlawful possession of a stolen credit card, and leaving the scene of an accident. Anyone who has any information about the location of this suspect is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will remain anonymous and receive a possible reward up to $3,000. One ofTwo Armed Burglary Suspect Arrested At approximately 3 a.m., police responded to an alarm call at a jewelry store, indicating that there was movement inside of the business. When officers arrived, they saw a man with long dreads on the roof of the business. The subject jumped from the roof and officers began pursuing the suspect. Officers chased the suspect, but eventually lost track of him. At the same time, additional officers started searching the area around the business in an attempt to locate any suspects involved in the burglary. The K-9 unit responded and developed a track from the jewelry store to another business, where they located a broken window. Blood was also found under the window. One of the officers determined that the window was too small for a person to fit and he continued to examine the property. The officer was led to a nearby pole barn and located the suspect, identified as 24-year-old Akeem Lovett, in a stack of pallets inside of the structure. Commands were given and Lovett eventually came out and was taken into custody. Lovett, who also had a fresh bleeding injury to his hand, was wearing a dark baseball-style cap, which matched one of the two suspects seen in the business surveillance video. Lovett was charged with armed burglary, burglary, grand theft (more than $20,000.00) and resisting without violence. All of the property was located inside of a bag that the suspects dropped when police arrived. At this time, the second suspect seen on the roof (with long dreads) at the burglary location has not been located. According to reports, Lovett was just released from prison in June. Two Brothers Arrested for Burglary Police arrested two brothers on multiple drug related charges thanks to proactive patrolling efforts. Just before 10:00 p.m., officers on foot patrol observed several subjects in front of the home. A marked patrol unit drove down the street and two subjects immediately fled on foot toward the rear of the building. As officers caught up with one suspect, the other continued to run as he threw a bag into the yard of a daycare center. Once the caught suspect was taken into custody, another officer located the bag and determined it contained several hydromorphone pills. Both suspects were arrested and were found with drugs and cash. The suspects, 22-year old Trae Ward and his 20year-old brother Ryan, are both charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a school and drug related loitering, a county ordinance. Ryan is also charged with obstruction and violating probation on a prior charge of possession of cocaine. Trae is also charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a school. Police say Trae Ward was also arrested the day before by an officer who tried to stop a vehicle that was speeding and driving erratically. When the vehicle finally pulled over, Trae was charged with fleeing to elude. He was released on bond four hours later. This is the ninth arrest for both Wards, who have violent criminal histories involving aggravated battery as well as multiple weapons and drug charges. Bank Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested with Help from Public A bank armed robbery suspect was finally arrested after detectives were given tips from the public. The investigation began at approximately 9:40 a.m., when police responded to a bank. Upon arrival, they spoke with an employee who indicated that an unknown male suspect entered the bank and walked up to a bank teller implying he had a handgun. He handed her a note demanding money and then fled the area in the direction of the parking lot. The week after, detectives received a tip after a viewer saw the story on a local television station. The tip led detectives to identify 41-year-old Arron Troy Carter as a suspect. A few days later, robbery detectives were able to locate Carter. He did not cooperate with the investigation, but based on the information and evidence, Carter was arrested. Akeem Lovett Arron Carter TraeWard Ryan Ward On the Lookout!
AUGUST 9, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 7 Florida LOCALA Legend Lives On Story by Dan Evans Jr. Photos by Dan Evans Jr. and Frank Powell HAMBONE JUNIOR, Authur Lee Hamilton was laid to rest by The caring professionals of The Agape Funeral Home. A part of the history of baseball in America is resting in the Evergreen Cemetery leaving a legacy that is written about in history books. The NLBM (Negro League Baseball Museum) was established in 1920 to give the Negro baseball players a voice. The NY Cubans, Detroit Stars, Memphis Red Sox, Indiana Clowns, Boston Barons, Kansas City Monarchs, Atlanta Black Crackers, Baltimore Black Sox, and Jacksonville Red Caps were teams that allowed the Negro to exhibit their talent and skill. Arthur Lee was one of the best catchers to catch a pitch. Beginning his career in 1953 with the Indiana Clowns (#44), playing with the Detroit Stars starting in 1960 with the Philadelphia Phillies. From 1953 1960, no other catcher black or white gave baseball the legacy left by Arthur Lee Hamilton. In 1998, Hamilton was recognized by the Jacksonville Masjid of Al Islam as a living legend of Jacksonville. In 1999, Hamilton was noted by The Philadelphia Baptist Church and honored as Deacon, a man Hamilton was named as the 2009 winner of the ESPN good Sports Award from Cox Communication, honored for his participation in the Negro League Baseball Project Recognition for Outstanding and invaluable service to the Jacksonville Community. Played with Hank Aaron, Frank Evans, Peanut Johnson, a dash that is a part of the Negro, Jacksonville, and American History. The Jacksonville Suns in a memorial stated ARTHUR LEE HAMILTON. One of only 36 Negro Fame. Arthur Lee Hamilton Nickname: Jr. Three Negro League Players: Clyde Golden, Rev. Harold Buster Hair, Art Hamilton, and Glorious Johnson. Rev. Harold Buster Hair, and Arthur Lee Hamilton Nickname: Jr. Frank Powell, III, Florida Star photographer, Negro League Players, Arthur Lee Hamilton, Nickname: Jr., Clara McLaughlin-Leath, Owner, the Florida and Georgia Star newspapers, and Rev. Harold Buster Hair. ARTHUR HAMILTON RememberingArthur Lee Hamilton
PAGE8 THESTAR AUGUST9. 2014Lotto Ticket Thief Strikes Camden LOCALNEWSThe Camden County Sheriff's Office is asking folks to keep an eye out for a lottery ticket thief. The pair struck on August 1, 2014 at approximately 10: 27pm at the 2052 Dover Bluff Road Friendly Express Store. It is reported that a black male walked into the store and looked around for a cashier. The witness stated that the man then walked directly to the back room and went through all of the desk drawers. It is said that he opened the wooden cabinet where the lottery tickets are stored and took two $20 books of tickets. He then left the back room and walked out of the store. The man then walked back into the store with another black male and a white female who appeared to be wearing a nursing gown. The group of individuals purchased multiple items with cash and then left the store. Anyone who can identify any of these individuals or who may have information about the robbery are urged to call (912) 7291442 or (912) 510-5176. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous, please call (912) 510-5163. Jamaica celebrated its 52nd year of Independence on July 6th. While festivities were commemorated at on the Caribbean island known for its cuisine, music, track athletes and unique English dialect, Jamaican associations in the United States also came together to honor their own. US Secretary John Kerry brought remarks on behalf of President Barack Obama saying, The United States and Jamaica share an important and thriving partnership through our mutual commitment to strong democratic governance. Our collaboration in the areas of climate change, health, security, and trade continues to benefit both our nations and the Caribbean region, he added.He noted the nations recent efforts to pass the Disabilities Act, and said that the mutual efforts through the Climate Adaptation Plan, the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative (CBSI), and the Presidents Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief have made a lasting mark on the region. As you mark this day across the island, the United States remains committed to strengthening our partnership and looks forward to an enduring friendship, he concluded.Jamaica Celebrates 52 Years as an Independent Nation New Governor-General for Bahamas The Commonwealth of The Bahamas has a new Governor-General in the person of Dame Marguerite Pindling. The Dame has already sealed her place in history as the wife of the nations first Prime Minister when the country gained its independence from England in 1973. That was the year she famously danced an upbeat Caribbean number with Prince Charles as her partner, instead of a traditional waltz during a ball. Her late husband is regarded as the Father of The Nation and the international airport in Nassau is named in his honor. The Governor-Generals post is the highest in the land and is considered as the representative of the reigning British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Mosquitos infect over 500,000 with Chikungunya Last week alone, nearly 38,000 cases of Chikungunya were reported in the Caribbean. According to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) the reports indicate that means the number has risen from 473,523 to 513,393. Only 32 deaths have been reported. However, several Caribbean countries have had patients with the Dominican Republic leading the count in the tens of thousands. Other countries to report infected are Haiti, St. Lucia, the Bahamas, St. Vincent, Dominica and Martinique. Travel advisories have been issued for tourists. Teen activist Malala welcomed in TrinidadEducation and womens rights activist, Malala Yousafzai visited T&T. Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar thanked her for her inspiring words and visiting with local youth. Businesses Go Up in SmokeInvestigations are continuing in to a fire that destroyed seven businesses in historic downtown Jesup last week. Some 200 firefighters were called in to battle the blaze on the intersection of Broad Street and Cherry Street. Several of them were taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion while one was treated for a broken foot. It took four hours to contain the blaze. According to the Jesup Fire Department, the fire is believed to have started in the Fair Haven store. Business that were destroyed included a computer shop and consignment store. A pet store was also destroyed. Several animals were saved, while others perished after the fire grew too intense for rescuers. There is still no arrest in Tuesday's hit and run on St Simons Island, which left a child hospitalized. The victim, a 10-year-old girl, was hit by a vehicle while riding her bike. The impact from the hit caused her to collide with a garbage truck. The driver of the truck was able to stop before driving her. The girl was airlifted to hospital. Anyone with information is asked to contact police. Hit and Run Leaves Local Child in Hospital
By FRED WITT Florida Sports Wire With Friday nights preseason home opener on his mind, Jaguars second-year head coach Gus Bradley was pleased with Tuesdays practice. Good day. We introduced Tampa Bay, not so much a lot of information about Tampa Bay, just more about how we would go about the week preparing, noted Bradley. And the whole idea is to prepare so that you can trust your preparation so that you play well when the game time comes, and it starts today. time since 2010 Jacksonville, and Tampa Bay have played each other in the preseason since a stretch of nine consecutive years with preseason contests. The Jaguars held an all-time lead of 6-3 in the preseason series and downed the Buccaneers in Jacksonville, 19-13 in the last preseason action between the two teams. PRACTICE NOTES The Jaguars held secondyear starting safety Johnathan Cyprien out of practice Bradley made the decision to pull him out of practice. The decision to not practice was precautionary. Well, I think you have year because it is preseason. I think weve had some signs like this with some other guys. We saw it coming, so we just wanted to error on being conservative, Bradley said. Safety Joe Young, in his fourth NFL season out of Rutgers and signed by Jackfor Cyprien. Hes done a pretty good job. Hes always showed up on special teams. Again, a guy thats trying to make a name for himself when he gets his reps, Bradley said of Young. Very physical he can go. I think hes getting a better comfort level with the defense. But hes really showed up on special teams. LOOKING FOR CONSISTENCY Head coach Gus Bradley said Tuesday hes seeking consistency from all the units as training camp entered the second week. I think the biggest thing is youre looking for spurts of consistency. Thats what were trying to train those younger guys. We say, Hey to play at this level, and to play a lot, youve got to have that consistency. And its no different with the units. Were looking for that consistency. BALL RETURNS TO PRACTICE The Jaguars activated cornerback Alan Ball from the physically unable to perform list. Ball returned to practice Monday in a limited role. He training camp with an ankle injury sustained during minicamp in June. The seventhyear pro started 15 games for Jacksonville last season, and two interceptions. With Ball back, the Jaguars have one player remaining on the PUP list. Linebacker Dekoda Watson (groin) should return in a few weeks. JAGUARS WITH TAMPA BAY CONNECTIONS Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley spent three seasons with the Buccaneers, working as Defensive Quality Control (2006) and as the linebackers linebacker Allen Bradford round pick by the Buccaneers in the 2011 NFL Draft, playing in one game during the 2011 season. While linebacker Geno Hayes entered pick by the Buccaneers in the years with Tampa Bay, Hayes played in 56 games, starting four forced fumbles, four interceptions and one fumble recovery. Hayes also played one season under Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith in Chicago.PAGE 9 THE STAR AUGUST 9, 2014 SPORTS Jaguars Preseason ScheduleAug. 8, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7:30 p.m. (Home) Aug.14, at Chicago Bears 8:00 p.m. ESPN (Away) Aug. 22, at Detroit Lions 7:30 p.m. (Away) Aug. 28, Atlanta Falcons 6:00 p.m. (Home)Jaguars begin preseason (Photo by Nancy Beecher) Marcedes Lewis is in his ninth NFL season and one of the Jaguars big offensive weapons. Photo by Nancy Beecher Rookie receiver Nathan Slaughter, No.9. out of West Texas A&M. LAS VEGAS Paul Georges long road back from a gruesome injury has Hours after suffering an his right leg in Friday nights Team USA showcase at UNLVs Thomas & Mack Center, ers small forward underwent successful surgery at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas. The procedure was performed by Dr. David Silverberg, Dr. Joseph Yu and Riley Williams, who is the Team USA physician as well as the lead physician for the Brooklyn Nets. No timetable was given for his recovery, but its clear that hes in danNBA season. It is way too early to speculate on his return, as the No. 1 priority for everyone will be his recovery, Pacers team president Larry Bird said in a statement. Our initial discussions with our doctors and the doctors in Las Vegas have us very optimistic. We are hopeful at some point Indianapolis to continue his recovery. Georges injury was felt by the entire basketball community, with his Team USA teammates clearly disturbed by what they had seen, and questions instantly arising about what this all meant for a national program that has been on such a fantastic run the past nine years.NBA Star, Paul George recovering after horrifying leg injury DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Beginning on August 5 and running through mid-Novemhosting a series of technical skills camps for horizontal jumpers on the B-CU campus. Leading the camps will be Bethune-Cookman assistant coach and horizontal jumps coach Tyree Price, entering his second season on the staff for the Wildcats. During his LaQuan Howard (triple jump), Demetrius Rooks (long jump), Nicholas Williams (long jump) and Kenneth Fisher (long jump) to NCAA Outdoor Championships appearances. In addition, Fisher made an appearance for Team USA at the IAAF World Junior Championships last month in Oregon. Prices jumpers provided key scoring for letic Conference (MEAC) Outdoor Champiconference title. Focusing on long jump and triple jump, the sessions are in a day camp format, and are open to boys and girls of all ages, ranging up to graduating high school seniors. Individualized instruction will be available for various age divisions. This camp will provide a solid base for jumpers to familiarize themselves with how we do things on the collegiate level and how to prepare themselves to be better when competing at the middle school and high school levels, Price said. Each session will aim to develop technical skills and core terminology, while teaching campers to assert themselves and learn proper positions that will help them to get better. Camp staff will teach campers to warm up properly and will provide a series of drills to teach technique and mental preparation for jumping, much like a track practice. August 5th on the campus of Bethune-Cookman University, with subsequent sessions on for individual sessions or for multiple sessions. For complete camp information and registration forms, please visit the B-CU Camp Information Page. Instagram Photo (Right), Floyd Mayweather, visits Paul George in the hospital. Jacksonville, FloridaEdward Waters Senior Defensive Tackle Nitaveous Smith NAIA Preseason All-America Football Second Team by the Collegiate Developmental Football League. Affectionately nicknamed from Montgomery, Alabamas Sidney Lanier High School had 23 total tackles & 3.0 tackles for loss, which the Tigers during the 2013 season. Smith joins Point University Running Back Rufus Mason as the only two members from The Sun Conference to be selected as NAIA Preseason All-Americans from the CDFL. The honor national collegiate award and also joins redshirt junior running back/kick returner Ray Dukes, who was named an NAIA Preseason AllAmerican by USA College Football on July 15th. Smiths selection to the CDFL NAIA Preseason AllAmerican Team places him on the watch list to compete Challenge Bowl Senior AllStar Game in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Saturday, annual contest gives seniors from NCAA Division II and NAIA levels an opportunity to perform in from of scouts from the NFL, Canadian Football, Arena Football and several other professional leagues. Previous Tigers, which competed in the AllStar Game, include WR Sam Charles & DL Rudy Wilson in 2011, QB Brandon Turman, RB Phillip Teamer, DB Tony Goodman, WR Jameil McCloud, and DB Bertram Balfour in 2012, and LB Bernard Dawson, & K Jerry Martin in 2013. Smith and his Tiger teamson on August 23rd against the University of Faith Glory S. Kitchings Stadium on the campus of William M. Raines High School. Nitaveous Smith (Photo by Nancy Beecher) Jaguars No. 7, Quarterback Chad Henne at Saturdays scrimmage played before an enthusiastic crowd at EverBank Field.
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FORD CRIME &JUSTICE KEVIN KIM GEORGIA / CARIBBEAN ARTHIA NIXON TALK OF THE TOWN FRANCES BRADLEY, VOLUME BURKS SPECIAL SECTION TIA AYELE SPORTS MIKE BONTS LAURENCE GREENE GEORGIA MARKETING and NEWS ANGELA FAVORS MORRELL EAT UP DOWNTOWN RETURNS FOR EIGHTH YEAR Menus now available online www.eatupdowntown.com Theres nothing better than sizzling summertime dining deals Downtown. Downtown Jacksonville dishes out delectable cuisine at affordable prices during Eat Up Downtown. Nineteen local restaurants will offer threecourse, prix-fixe menus at $15, $25 or $35 price points. Plus, continuing this year, Foxy Lady Cruises offers dinner and a cruise along the St. Johns River for just $45. August 11 thru 24 At participating restaurants in Downtown JacksonvilleOPINION 5 Tips for Moms Back-to-School SanityBy Jennifer Keitt Author, Shake Up Your Life: 30 Steps To Powerful Brilliant Living 1.Heal self-defeating thoughts: I stunk at math and my kids will stink too! This was my greatest self-sabotaging thought as a Mom, and I had to heal! As Moms we allow toxic negative thoughts to run through our minds every single day. Its time to stop it this school year! Moms can be defeated in their parenting before they get out o f bed in the morning. Thoughts cant be removedthey have to be replaced. So here is what every Mom needs to try: Face the fear. Just because you arent good at math, fo r example, doesnt mean thats going to be your childs truth. Its hard, but arrest those thoughts as soon as they enter into your mind (handcuff it literally). Then replace the negative Jimmy isnt going to get math thought with Jimmy is smart, resourceful and able to do it! (Plus Mom, you can hire a tutor or grab a homework coach to suppor t him). Repeat these healing thoughts and strategies every time those old self-defeating ones come up. 2.Have patience with yourself: Life takes patienceespecially life as a Mom! So the cookies burned uprun to the store and put some store bought cookies on the tray to send into school! So your child is wearing the same socks two days in a rowhe/she wont die, cut yoursel f some slack. Take a deep breath, slowly exhale and give yourself the gift of having patience with YOU every day this school year. 3.Attend to your own needs: Its hard for Moms to put their oxygen masks on first. I know. Ive raised fou r kids! The boldest thing Moms can do is dare to take care of themselves first. Get up early and go out on that Saturday morning run. Grab that cup of coffee with a friend for girl talk. Take a long bath locked behind closed doors at midnight! Attending to your own needs first is taking the time to honor you, and preparing to be the best Mom possible for your kids this school year. You cant be who you havent nurtured and you cant give what you dont have. 4.Know what makes you smile: We lose sight of how much joy our children really do bring into our lives underneath the crushing weight of the responsibility of parenting. This school year, remember over and over again wha t you love about your children. What do your kids do that only they can do to make you smile? My son is the only one on the planet that can flash those eyes and teeth and melt my heart! I know this and I look forward to it. Moms, plan for moments of laughter throughout the school year while in the car line, waiting after practices or trudging through homework. Lighten your life by knowing what makes you smile. 5.Put everything in perspective: Before you know it, the kids are gone. I know this sounds clich but, because I am acutely aware of how real this really is, I want to encourage you to stroll slowly through this school year rathe r than trying to get through it in a dash! The scariest thing you can do as a Mom is to will yourself to keep the bigge r picture in mind. Dont sacrifice the relationship with your kids while trying to preserve your reputation as Mom. It can be hard to keep the bigger picture in mind when they wont get out of bed in the morning; but trust me its worth keeping a lifetime with your child in mind every single day this school year. Jennifer Keitt empowers and educates more than one million listeners across the globe each week as the host o f Todays Black Woman Radio Show and, her new talk show, THE JENNIFER KEITT SHOW, which airs on KISS 104FM in Atlanta, GA. For more than two decades, Keitt has represented the power and perseverance of women, challenging them to invoke change and conquer the world in unique and creative ways. She has interviewed notable women on her show including Maya Angelou, Mary J Blige, Angela Bassett, Tina Turner, Halle Berry, Susan Taylor, and Mellody Hobson. She currently resides near Atlanta, GA. 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