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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Grammy winner and The Voice judge Cee Lo Green is apologizing following his online remarks about rape. This comes after he was placed on probation for giving a woman ecstasy before returning to her hotel. "People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!" he wrote. Another read: "When someone brakes on a home there is broken glass where is your plausible proof that anyone was raped." "If someone is passed out they're not even WITH you consciously! so WITH Implies consent,Ž he also wrote. He later apologized saying, "Those comments were idiotic, untrue and not what I believe." serving you since 1951. Rated A+Ž by the Better Business Bureau An Award Winning Publication Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers.thefloridastar.com Listen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 3617 The Florida Star, The Georgia Star!(904) 766-8834Still The Peoples Choice! STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! SEPTEMBER6 SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 VOL. 64 NO. 34 STILLONLY 50 CENTS Looking for customers to patronize your business or utilize your services? If you answered YES, then you need to place an ad in The Florida or Georgia Star! CALL 904/766-8834 to place your ad TODAY!! Check, Money Order, Or Credit CardsAccepted Wish to give us a News Story? Call (904) 766-8834 or Send it to: info@thefloridastar.com ad@thefloridastar.com Cant Get to the Store Have The Star Delivered Editorial...............................1 Church..........................2 Youth News...............................3 Talk of the Town...........................4 Columns..............................5 Crime and Justice........................6 Local-Florida................................7 Local-Georgia........................8 Sports........................9 Community.....................10 Classified...............11 Business........ ............................12 I N S I D E See Inside Church Talk of the Town Local Florida-Georgia Sports Community WICKEDWATERWAYS:13 DROWNINGSINAREA MISSINGCHILDREN Officials are encouraging locals to consider swimming lessons if they plan to be around water. This comes after Jacksonville has seen over ten drowning this summer alone. Since the month began, there have been three drownings a 39year-old man canoeing in Cowpen Lake in Putnam County, a 64-year-old partially clothed man found dead in the ocean off Fernandina Beach and a 9-year-old girl who was a swimming pool. In August there were more deaths. An eight month-old drowned in a swimming pool in Oceanway. On Aug. 24, an 8month-old baby drowned in an Oceanway swimming pool. A 53 year-old man involved in a boating accident drowned on Rodman Lake three days after the drowning of an autistic 9 year-old boy in a Live Oak pond. On August 5, a 20 year-old man drowned after a rip current pulled him at Micklers Landing. The following day a 19 year-old drowned swimming across Black Creek. Just one day after that incident, a one year-old boy drowned in a pool in Hastings. On July 26, a man in his early 20s drowned after driving a golf cart into a ditch with water on Fleming Island. On June 13, the day before an 18 year-old drowned in St. Johns River, a 59 year-old man died after being involved in a boating accident on Rodman Lake. Another drowning occurred when a 29 year-old man drowned on Little Talbot Island. $40,000 for Learn2Earn from AT&TLearn2Earn, which provides a week of college admissions counseling and a residential college experience for first-generation and lowincome prospective college students each summer, received a $40,000 contribution from AT&T to support its programming. Learn2Earn has proven that immersing students in activities can increase their chances for a successful futureŽ, said Heather Duncan, AT&T Florida Regional Director. I am proud that Learn2 Earn, with our support, will expand this opportunity to more students in Jacksonville.Ž Since 2012, Mayor Browns Learn2Earn program has hosted more than 300 students. The week-long residential program features seminars outlining the college application process, choosing a major, and applying for financial aid, as well as skillbuilding opportunities in public speaking, civility, and writing. The program is funded through the generous support of local community allies like AT&T and is provided at no cost to individual students. Learn2Earn is about helping to open the doors of educational opportunity for Jacksonvilles young people,Ž said Mayor Brown. We want to support and encourage our young people to pursue their dreams and achieve success in life. Jacksonville is blessed with a public-spirited business community, and were grateful to AT&T for its generous investment in support of our young people and their future.Ž The 2014 student cohort will continue their college readiness efforts throughout the year with quarterly seminars designed to keep the students engaged as they prepare for the college admissions process throughout the year. As one of Mayor Browns signature education initiatives, Learn2Earns goal is to raise the percentage of college educated adults in Jacksonville and prepare students to join the workforce ready to meet the challenges of a global economy. Though only 24.7 percent of adults in Jacksonville hold a bachelors degree or higher, 93 percent of Learn2Earn alumni who have graduated from high school have matriculated at a college or university since completing the program.Cee Lo Sorry for rape remarksIts the image that spoke a thousand words Michael Brown Sr. screaming out in pain as his sons coffin was lowered into the ground. Mike Brown, Jr., the 18 year-old unarmed teen who was shot by a white cop in Missouri was mourned by thousands. The event sparked riots and calls for peace. Browns stepmother said the teen told her that he was afraid she wouldnt make it when she was hospitalized a month ago and revealed he had been dreaming about death. Mike Mike told me, I didnt think you were going to make it,Ž she said. And I said why and he said, Because I've been dreaming of death, seeing pictures of death, seeing pictures of bloody sheets hanging on clotheslines. 'That touched me. That's what it was like when he was laying there on the street. He prophesized his own death.ŽMICHAELBROWNLAIDTOREST Wade and Union say I Do in MiamiMiami HEAT sta r Dwayne Wade and actress Gabrielle Union got married at a Miami castle over the weekend. The couples lavish nuptials is reported to have hit the $5 million mark. Women were asked to attend in white, while men were asked to wea r black. The star couples guest list included Kevin Hart, Ludacris, Terrence J, Carmelo & LaLa Anthony, Chris & Adrienne Bosh, LeBron James and more.The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is asking for the community's assistance in identifying two Robbery suspects. On August 31, 2014 at around 7:00 p.m., the Sheriff's Office responded to the area of 1100 Murray Drive in reference to an armed robbery with injuries. Investigation revealed the two suspects robbed the victim and then shot him in the back prior to fleeing on foot. The suspects, both described as black males, are believed to frequent the Murray Hill area and possibly reside in that area.Teen Shot, Robbery Suspects Sought by Jacksonville Police Cops seek murder suspectThe Jacksonville Sheriffs Office is currently searching for Ricardo Galloway. He has active warrants for Attempted Murder, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, and Attempted Armed Robbery with a $775,000 bond. He is 33 years old, stamds 61Ž and weighs 200 pounds. Anyone who has any information in regards to the location of this wanted suspect is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500 or email JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org. To remain anonymous and receive a possible reward up to $3,000 contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.

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St. Philips 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 stphlps@bellsouth.net. 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. GREATER MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH, 2335 Moncrife Road, will be sponsoring a Musical Gospel Singing Concert. Their Guest is the Gospel Shepherds,on August 31, 2014 @ 6pm. All are welcome, Rev. C.E. Banks,, Pastor 904-3564759 or 235-8779 TAMELA MANN and MARVIN WINANS, JR. LIVE IN CONCERT. Sponsored by Cherish Corture and Cherish Kids located in Regency Square Mall at Titus Harvest Dome Spectrum, located at 12335 Atlantic Blvd,. Jacksonville, FL 32225. Saturday, August 30th. Also, from Bethel Baptist, The Word and Worship Choir, Lawrence Flowers and Intercession, Demtrus, Carla Martin and Special Guest. Tickets available online at www.ez-tixx.com or call 877-993-8499. As the President of the Florida State SCLC we send our prayers and condolences to Mr. Rumlin in the lose of his father. We stand firm with the NAACP in our struggles for justice across the State of Florida, America and the world. From R.L. Gundy. JACKSONVILLE, FL ADAMS Master Dwayne, infant, died August 14, 2014. ALBANESE, Anthony Joseph, 45, died August 16, 2014. ANDERSON Ernest Andy. 79, died August 12, 2014. BAKER Stephen Morrell, died August 17, 2014. BATTISTE Tashel Traya Deon, died August 13, 2014. BOWIE Dr. Leonard C., 77, died August 13, 20 14. BRAY Kenneth Eugene, died July 28, 2014. BROOKS Bessie L., died August 12, 2014. BROWER Ray S., Jr., 92, died August 10, 20 14. BUNKLEY Julia M., 80, died August 17, 2014. BUTTS Nancy Lee, 66, died August 14, 2014. FLOWERS Eddie Lee, 85, died August 8. 2014. FOREHAND, Samuel B., 87, died August 11, 2014. FREEMAN Audrey D., died August 11, 20 14. GODBOLT Dorothy Eileen Nelson, 72, died August 13, 2014. GOODSON Andre Duprice, 44, died August 15, 2014. GREENSTREET David Wayne, 71, died August 15, 2014. HAYDEN Robert Rob Dwayne, 44, died August 13, 2014. HAYNES Jeanette, died August 16, 2014. HENDERSON Wesley, 72, died August 18, 2014. HERRING Georgia, died August 19, 2014. HERRING James F., Jr., died August 14, 2014. HILL Betty, 82, died August 17, 2014. JAMES Gloria Dean, 68, died August 13, 2014. JOHNS Ola, 71, died August 18, 2014. JOHNSON Bernard, 58, died June 2, 2014. KING Colista M. Penny, died August 17, 2014. KRUSE Lucky Vernon, 69, died August 13, 2014. LITTLE James Hoyle, 74, died August 9, 2014. MALPAS Joseph Kenyon, 74, died August 13, 2014. MARTIN Sidney Bella, 81, died August 11, 2014. McCLURE Terry Lee, 56, died August 17, 2014. MORGAN Margaret T., 88, died August 14, 2014. PELSEY Emma Jean, died August 17, 2014. SELBE Lois L., 89, died August 17, 2014. SMITH Iva Baker, died August 14, 2014. STEWART William I., died August 14, 2014. THOMAS Mart Ernestine, 85, died August 16, 2014. The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With UsŽ Faith In Our CommunitySchedule of Events and ServicesPAGE 2 THE STAR SEPTEMBER 6, 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 ƒ..............ƒƒƒƒƒƒ..9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Intercessory Prayer...............ƒ..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 CHURCHThe Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyŽBishop 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 ŽServices : Sundayƒ... 10:00am Tuesday ƒƒ. 7:00pm Prayer Ministry : 2nd Saturdayƒƒ.....10:30am Leadership Training : 3rd Tuesdayƒƒƒƒ.7:00pm For more information call: 904.778.7651 ~ ALL ARE WELCOME ~ 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. New Life Outreach Ministry Center presents, "The School of Prayer" Topic: The Danger of Prayerlessness When: Saturdays Location: 5640 Timuquana Rd. Ste. 6 Jacksonville, Florida 32210 Time: 10:30 am Cost: FREE More Info: 904-778-7651 New Life Outreach Ministry Center presents, "The School of Prayer" Topic: The Danger of Prayerlessness When: Saturdays Location: 5640 Timuquana Rd. Ste. 6 Jacksonville, Florida 32210 Time: 10:30 am Cost: FREE More Info: 904-778-7651

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SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 3 Youth & Parents Seven year old publishes book, coloring book with environmental message----------------------JACKSONVILLE, FL „ Between the hustle and bustle of back-to-school shopping, dance class, and swimming lessons, Ed and Cheryl Gaston have an added spark to their summer that most parents of seven year olds dont have. That is ordering and shipping their daughter's first book. Last year, their daughter Adara shared with her father the story of Summer and her family who are hated by a villain named Lute who wants to poison the Earth and end the seasons. Summer teams up with her friends and uses her special power of dance to try and stop Lute. You have to read my story to know what happens next,Ž Adara, 7, told her father. Fascinated by the story and his daughters vivid imagination, Ed shared the story with an editor who paired him with illustrator/artist Antoine Mitchell of Baton Rouge, La. The pair quickly set to publish Summer Saves Summer and surprised Adara, her mother, and family in Birmingham, Ala., on a beautiful Summer Solstice afternoon with preview copies of the 42-page, full color, childrens book with dramatic illustrations to match Adaras story. Today, the Gastons have shipped more than 50 books to Birmingham, Tallahassee, Baton Rouge, Jasper, TX, and Indianapolis. They have also responded to request to make the book available as an ebook for purchase and in local libraries for check out. We are extremely proud of Adara. She's so talented and when she shared the story of Summer with us and how she beats Lute, we knew her talents transcended dance. We had to do something with it and I wanted her to be surprised,Ž said Ed Gaston, who is vice president of community development at Wealth Watchers Inc. As a second surprise to Adara and his wife Cheryl, who is principal at Carter G. Woodson Academy, Gaston said, he has gotten a commitment from Mozelle Inc., to publish and release the accompanying coloring book on Sept. 15. The environmental message, the message of friendship, and the message of the power of family found in the pages of Summer Saves Summer will resonate with young readers as the imagery of an extremely talented illustrator jumps off the pages. We are proud to published Adara Gaston. She is on her way to a prolific writing career if she chooses to continue,Ž said the publisher. Summer Saves Summer, by Adara Gaston, (ISBN 9780692233788) is available at https://www.createspace.com/4838283 for $10 and on Amazon.com. The coloring book sells directly from the publisher for schools, organizations, and small groups. Contact (904) 479-6873. Mitchell's work can be enjoyed at www.poeARTry.net. Illinois Governor Pat Quinn Out Campaigning At Labor Day ParadesIllinois Governor Pat Quinn shakes Jacksonville Florida Prince Palmer Powells hand on Monday at the Chicago Labor Day Parade. Prince is twenty months old and in Chicago for two weeks. Governor Pat Quinn was among the marchers. The governor says hes trying to live for one week on minimum wage salary. He says its all in order to highlight a non-binding referendum on the November ballot calling for the states minimum wage to be increased from $8.25 an hour to $10 an hour. WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL! PARENTING „„„„„„„„ T ips to Make Playtime Educational and Fun(StatePoint) Playtime should be fun, but who says it cant also be beneficial to kids? From imaginative play that expands creativity to toys that develop crucial motor skills, kids play can be a time when learning and fun go hand in hand. Children dont need to be in a classroom for quality learning to take place,Ž says Dr. Lise Eliot, early childhood development expert and author. In fact, opportunities to promote mental and physical development can happen anywhere, anytime.Ž Here are a few ideas for maximizing playtime: € Make Music: Playing music can help kids be creative and expressive, as well as promote coordination. But some kids may be reluctant to participate if it feels like work. If theres resistance to formal music education, dont nix the idea entirely. Stock your playroom with a keyboard, tambourine and other kid-friendly instruments and let kids explore music on their own terms. € Cool Toys: Look for fun toys that encourage problem-solving, engage children in imaginative play and develop fine motor skills and spatial reasoning,Ž says Eliot. For example, VTechs Go! Go! Smart Wheels and Go! Go! Smart Animals capture the best of both worlds: traditional role-play infused with modern technology, for engaging, imaginative learning. Each playset features SmartPoint locations that can be recognized by every vehicle and animal. As a vehicle or animal is rolled over a playsets various SmartPoints, it will flash and play greetings, fun sounds, short tunes and sing-along songs for a multi-sensory learning experience that evokes kids imaginations. More information can be found at www.VTechKids.com. € Outdoor Games: For some fresh air, and at the same time to encourage hand-eye coordination and learning number fun, get outdoors to play some classic games like hopscotch, jacks or marbles. Encourage kids creative side, by having them come up with an idea for their own game, complete with rules and a scoring system. When it comes to playtime, theres no need to put learning on the back burner!

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PAGE 4 THE STAR SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 Joyce Morgan Campaign Fundraiser Breakfast August 28, 2014 Photos by Frank M. Powell III The Joyce Morgan Campaign for City Council District 1 (Arlington) held a fundraiser at the University Club. It was hosted by Teresa MartiniŽ White of SuiteLife Concierge & Events. Morgan is a former news anchor and reporter for Channel 4 and former host of JTAs Making MovesŽ television show. Morgan, a 16 year resident of Arlington is committed to her community and cares about the city of Jacksonville. Her vision for a better Arlington includes finding effective new answers to promote growth of existing businesses while bringing new resources to the District. She will work towards a more responsive City that makes mobility, transportation and public safety a high priority as well as expanding partnerships between Arlington area schools and small businesses to help equip our youth with skills and opportunities for the future. The City Elections are March 24, 2015. Morgan says "I encourage everyone to register and exercise the right to vote. Our recent election results remind us not to take for granted that your candidate will win without your vote. Every vote counts and November is just around the corner." www.vote4joyce.com Joyce Morgan Seated: Denise Bunnewith, John Caine, Karen Caine, Doug Milne Standing: Ben Titus, Brenda Titus, Wendell Morgan, Joyce Morgan, Candidate City Council District 1), Richard Danford LIVING„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„-Americans Not Getting Enough Relaxation Time(StatePoint) Nearly all Americans understand that relaxation time is essential to good health, yet most of us dont spend nearly enough time unwinding during a typical day or week. While our society acknowledges that kicking back is indispensable, we dont seem to be practicing what we preach. Indeed, 99 percent of Americans think relaxation is important, yet they actually spend less than 5 percent of their day relaxing, according a new independent research study commissioned by Princess Cruises. The goal of the research was to better understand the latest trends about how many of us actually relax and how we go about doing it. Nearly half of Americans report theyre more stressed than their significant other, with a whopping 82 percent of men indicating that their partner is the stressed out one. Music topped the list of relaxation techniques for those surveyed, with 48 percent reporting music helps them take it easy. Interestingly, only 18 percent find exercise is a good relaxation tool. The most surprising findings were that relaxation causes 62 percent of parents to feel guilty and that nearly one third of Americans surveyed reported being stressed out simply by the thought of relaxing! So try to beat the odds and make time to unwind.

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SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 5 G eorgia: Talk of The Town INVITATION FOR BIDS SEA STAR PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENT BLOUNT ISLAND MARINE TERMINAL JAXPORT PROJECT NO.: B2014-10 JAXPORT CONTRACT NO.: C-1458 Sealed bids will be received by JAXPORT until 2:00 PM (EST), THURS DAY, OCTOBER 2, 2014 at which time they shall be opened in the Public A MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE & SITE VISIT WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2014, AT 1:00 PM (EST), AT I F YOU PLAN TO ATTEND, YOU MUST CALL (904) 357-3017 TO INVITATION FOR BIDS TWIC CONTINUTATION BLOUNT ISLAND MARINE TERMINAL JAXPORT PROJECT NO.: G2014-01 JAXPORT CONTRACT NO.: C-1453 Sealed bids will be received by JAXPORT until 2:00 PM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2014 at which time they shall be opened in the Public JPA CONTRACT NO. C-1453, TWIC CONTINUATION. A MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE & SITE VISIT TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2014, AT 10:00 AM (EST), AT IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND, YOU MUST CALL (904) 357-3017 TO PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES Photos by Jamie Knowles and Pat Pello / BHS Pirates Football Brunswick High v.s. Glynn Academy, Annual City Championship Rivalry August 30th

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PAGE 6 THE STAR SEPTEMBER 06, 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: Desmond Tomlin Age: 17 Weight: 160 lbs Last seen: 7/28/14 Name: Marlene Louis Age: 17 Weight: 105 lbs Last seen: 8/27/14 Name: Omyry Hickson Age: 12 Weight: 87 lbs Last seen: 8/11/14 Name: Josh-Keisha Richard Age: 13 Weight: 100 lbs Last seen: 8/14/14MOSTWANTED Name: Mario Cash Offense: Felony Battery Name: SonnyCash Offense: Aggravated Assault with Weapon Name: Dontay Darryl Brown Offense: Domestic Battery Strangle Internet Safety forKids Best Internet practices for kids : € Keep all your personal information to yourself. € Dont give out your picture or post it online. € Use a neutral and appropriate screen name. € Dont give out your passwords. € Dont trust everyone you meet online. € If you come across anything that makes you uncomfortable, tell your parents. € Meeting someone in person that you met online can be extremely dangerous. Ask parents before meeting an online buddy in public. Best Internet practices for parents : € Create rules for Internet use in the home. € Know what your kids are doing online. € Communicate with your kids (ask what they like to do online, watch their favorite online videos). € Use the Internet with your kids. € Dont allow solitary surfing. € Desktop and laptop computers should be set up in an open area within the home so you can personally monitor your childs Internet activity. € Kids should never be allowed to go online behind a closed bedroom door. € If your kids refuse to follow your computer rules you set up, take away their computer use privilege. € If you agree to let your child meet an online buddy in person (which can potentially be dangerous), go with them. € Dont rely solely on technology as a substitute for you. € Safeguard your home computers (filtering applications, anti-virus software, and Internet monitoring software). € Dont discount the fact that your child is not being completely truthful with you about his/her online activities. (For example, it is not at all uncommon for kids to have one sanitizedŽ Facebook page for their parents to review and a completely different Facebook page for their friends). Risky online decisions include the following : € FriendingŽ unknown people € Sending or posting provocative and sexual images € Clicking on pop-ups € Talking about sex € Posting personal information € Sharing passwords with friends € Embarrassing or harassing people Engaging in the above types of behavior can ultimately lead to : € Becoming a sextingŽ and cyber bullying/harassment victim or criminal suspect.a € Attracts online predators. Safety Wanted Suspect Police are currently searching for 33-year-old Ricardo Galloway. He has active warrants for attempted murder, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and attempted armed robbery with a $775,000 bond. Police also say he is 61Ž and weights 200 pounds. 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 rewards@fccrimestoppers.com. You will remain anonymous and receive a possible reward up to $3,000. Man Stabs Roommate More Than 25 Times to HisDeath A man was arrested after he stabbed and killed his roommate. Police responding to a disturbance at an apartment where they were greeted by a man covered in blood. Through the open door, police saw a pile of bloody blankets on top of a shape that was consistent with a human body. Fire Rescue transported Samuel Dulavoix, 22, to a nearby hospital, where he was treated for superficial cuts to his hands and was then released. The Medical Examiner ruled the case a homicide at the scene and said the victim, Rahmil Alexander, 39, died of multiple stab wounds. According to homicide investigators, Dulavoix said he and Alexander, who had been living together for about a year, were arguing over money. During the confrontation, Dulavoix stabbed Alexander more than 25 times and later made efforts to clean up the scene and conceal the body. Dulavoix was arrested and is being charged with second degree murder. He is being held without bond. Alexander was said to have been a college student with plans of becoming a special education teacher. Man with Thousands of Dollars of Drugs Leads Police on Foot Chase At approximately 3:00 p.m., police were conducting narcotics enforcement patrols in a specific area. Officers noticed a suspicious white Ford Explorer in front of a residence known for past drug activity. As they approached the area, the vehicle suddenly drove off. The vehicle then ran a stop sign causing the deputies to attempt a traffic stop. The driver, later identified as 30-yearold DJuan Antonio Foster, drove into a yard of a house, jumped out of the vehicle, and fled on foot carrying 2 large bags. As officers engaged in a foot chase through yards and over fences, they observed Foster throw the bags into the brush in two different areas. The foot pursuit ended when the two officers caught up to Foster and took him into custody. When the officers recovered the bags thrown by Foster and walked the path of the pursuit, they discovered that Foster had discarded 28 small bags containing a total of 23 grams of powder cocaine, a large bag containing 326 grams of marijuana, scales used for weighing narcotics, and other paraphernalia associated with the sale and distribution of drugs. According to reports, the recovered narcotics had a street value of around five to six thousand dollars. Foster was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, maintaining a drug vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving on a revoked drivers license. Foster is being held on $40,000 bond. Police Arrest Intoxicated Man Asleep Lying on the Road A man was arrested after he was found lying and sleeping on the road At approximately 5:15 a.m., police responded to an area in reference to a report of a man lying on the road and possibly deceased. Upon arrival, they found an unresponsive man, later identified as 41-year-old Frankee Lee Bolling, lying in the roadway. Rescue units responded and attempted to check Bolling for injuries. When he was awakened it became apparent that Bolling was highly intoxicated and he became uncooperative and combative. Bolling was restrained by officers in order to be transported to the hospital for medical evaluation. At the hospital, Bolling continued to be combative attempting to fight and bite officers as they attempted to assist medical staff. After being medically cleared, Bolling was declared to be fit for incarceration and was placed under arrest and taken to jail. When Bolling was searched, he was also found to be in the possession of drug paraphernalia in the form of a pipe and other materials commonly used to smoke cocaine. Bolling was charged with disorderly intoxication, resisting a law enforcement officer with violence, assault, and possession of drug equipment. He is currently being held on a bond of $5,016.00. Samuel Dulavoix DJuan Foster FrankeeBolling On the Lookout!

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SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 7 Florida LOCAL Adecco Group North America is looking to fill the following positions at the headquarters office in Jacksonville : Accountants Accounts Payable Specialists Attorneys and Paralegals Financial Analysts Human Resources Specialists Procurement and Risk Professionals We are seeking qualified applicants with relevant education and experience Candidates can review detailed job descriptions on the corporate careers website at AdeccoC orporate C areers.com Qualified candidates should submit their resume via the AdeccoC orporate C areers.com Website or fax their resume to 904 632 56 71 Adecco Group North America is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled Accountants Accounts Payable Specialists Attorneys and Paralegals Financial Analysts Human Resources Specialists site at Adecco Group North America is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled My aunt, Blanche Arrington Cobb will cel ebrate her 114th birthday on September 9, 2014, and I am requesting a greeting from President Obama on her behalf. She had the opportunity to meet the President at a rally in Jacksonville, FL in 2011, and that is still one of the most momen tous occasions of her life. Aunt Blanche is cared for by her daughter, May Helen Shields, age 84. Aunt Blanche requires assistance getting in and out of the chair and bed. She feeds and dresses herself and enjoys all of her meals.She still likes to go to church, enjoys reading her bible, and singing hymns of the goodness of God. Her memory is still very good and she loves to talk about special times with family and friends who visit with her. She has some days when she just wants to spend a lot of time in bed. Aunt Blanche worked intermittently, and in later years, she did volunteer work, making lap pads for people in the nursing home and cooking meals in a shelter until she was 100 years old. At that time, she was recognized for her volunteer service in her home town of Jacksonville, FL. Aunt Blanche is very proud of being a regis presidential election since 1946. Her response to the question of why voting is so important to her was: Its my way of knowing what is going on. I vote to stay involved in the voting process. She prayed for President Obamas election and con tinues to pray for his success. She is so grateful for the opportunity to have met and talked with our President, Mr. Obama. celebrate her 114th birthday THIS COULD BE YOUR AD IN THE FLORIDA AND GEORGIA STAR CALL (904) 766-8834DONT FORGET, TO REG I STERED TO VOTE!

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PAGE THESTAR SEPTEMBER 6 2014 Michelle Nunn and father Sam Nunn in Kingsland, Georgia LOCALNEWSThe Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate Michelle Nunn and her father, Sam Nunn, who served in the U.S. Senate 24 years, speaks to the community, students and elected officials in Kingsland on last week Friday. Former Senator Sam Nunn commended Navy Veteran Mayor Kenneth E. Smith and the communities of Saint Mary and Kingsland for their outstanding partnership with the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. Nunn also shared reflections of the administration of the former submarine officer and former Georgia governor Jimmy Carter and Georgia Senator Herman Talmadge, whereas the U.S. Navy decided that Kings Bay, became the East Coast home of America's nuclear-submarine fleet. Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay is the stateof-the-art home to the Atlantic Fleet's Trident II Submarines and is one of only two locations that are home ports for the Trident ballistic missile submarines, which compose one third of the US nuclear deterrence "triad." Longshoremens Labor Day Event PHOTOS BY ANGELA FAVORS MORRELL Front Row Left to Right Rev. Catherine Armstrong, Naomi Speakman, Venus Holmes, Rev. Brenda Iglehart, Michelle Nunn, Mother Marie Hall; 2nd Row Left to Right Rev. George Jackson, Minister Kim Peterson, Rev. John Fields, Mayor Cornell Harvey, U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young, GA State Representative Al Williams, Superintendent G. Bobby Hall, Rev. Wayne Rogers, Rev. John Leggett, Back Row Left to Right Rev. Craig Campbell, Dr. John Perry, Dr. LeRoy Dumas, Rev. Leonard Jackson, Dr. Kendall Shaw, Dr. Nathaniel Hicks Sr., Nathaniel Jr., Rev. Zack Lyde Angela Favors-Morrell, Mayor Kenneth E. Smith and Michelle Nunn. Kingsland, Georgia Mayor Kenneth E. Smith, Sr. Welcomes Former United States Senator Sam Nunn and Michelle Nunn the Democratic nominee. Also appearing in Camden was Mayor Kenneth E. Smith, Michelle Nunn, Nick Ayres(CCHS Student, CCAT), Autumn Stevens(CCHS student, CCAT), Abby Slattery(CCHS student, CCAT), Elise Reyes(CCHS student, CCAT), Jaaliyah Brantley(CCHS student, CCAT), Sen Rohrer(CCHS student, CCAT). Back Row; CT Green(Youth Liasion), Beatrice Perry (College of Coastal Ga Student), Celenda Perry(Executive Director of Camden Community Alliance & Resources), Greg Lockhart(VetCorps Coordinator). The CCAT is Camden Community Action Team.

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PAGE 9 THE STAR SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 SPORTS The rookie defensive lineman Michael Sam, who was released by the St. Louis Rams on August 30, joined the practice squad of the Dallas openly gay player, drafted by a N.F.L. team, had failed to win a spot with the Rams despite a solid showing in the preseason in which he had 11 tackles and three sacks. He was drafted at the end of the seventh and had released him, Sam was not initially picked up by another team, and he was not signed to the Rams practice squad. We feel like he has a chance to come in at a position that weve tried to address throughout the off-season, throughout the training camp, and compete for a spot, Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett said. The way we view the practice roscilitate practice. Theres also a great opportunity for us to develop personnel and evaluate personnel, and this is no different for us.Sam joins Dallas Cowboys practice team Michael Sam The New Orleans Saints released future Hall of Fame cornerback Champ Bailey, a native of Folkston, Ga. on Aug. 30 before he ever wound up playing a snap for them. They also released veteran receiver Robert Meachem and both of the kickers they had in camp, Shayne Graham and Derek Dimke while cutting down the roster to 53 players. Baileys release marks another disappointing chapter this year in an otherwise sensational career. The 36-yearold was also released by the Denver Broncos earlier this year after spending 10 seasons in Denver. As coach Sean Payton said early in camp, With a player like Champ we dont need to see it every day, we just need to see it once in a while. And they obviously didnt get to see enough. Bailey, too, recognized that despite his stellar track record, he needed to make an impression on his new team. Said Bailey last week: Even though Ive played 15 years, it doesnt matter. Man, this is a production business. I think every guy going into training camp has to show what he can do. And, you know, I feel good. If they like what I do, then Ill play a lot on Sundays. Plain and simple. Bailey had a solid performance when he was healthy, including the last two weeks. But he is the type of player who probably needed to lock down a starting job to keep his spot on the roster since he doesnt play special teams. It appears as though the Saints prefer veteran Patrick Robinson as their No. 2 starting cornerback. And they really like safety Rafael Bush and cornerback Corey White as nickel/dime backs and special teamers. Bailey went to 12 Pro Bowls with the Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins, racking up 52 career interceptions along the way. But his 2013 season in Denver was marred by a major foot injury that season games. He then signed an incentive-laden deal with the Saints that included only $500,000 in guaranteed money in the form of a signing bonus. Bailey was due a base salary of $1 million this year, plus a $250,000 roster bonus if he was active for six games, among other incentives. healthy now, Reale told NFL. com. He had a plantar probDAYTONA BEACH, Fla. With the fall semester underway, the Lady Wildcats are gearing up for the 2014-15 season and three more ladies will be joining the squad, bringing the newcomers total to seven, with the late additions of Ashanti Hunt, Jordan Knowles and Arreont Lee. The latest additions further extend the Lady Wildcats depth in the new season, as the squad looks to build off the momentum swing that closed the 2013-14 season in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Chamjoin the team is Hunt (Washington, D.C.), a big-time scorer from Kipp College Preparatory High School. Twice named Team MVP, the 5-11 four-year team captain averaged over 20 points each year, in addition to eight game during her senior year. Each year of high school, Hunt led her team in scoring, rebounds and steals. Ashanti is an extremely versatile player, Head Coach Vanessa Blair-Lewis said. She could probably play most every position, one through four. However, the best thing about her game is her defensive presence and how hard she works on that In addition to being a strong scorer on the court, Hunt is a solid performer in the classroom, reaching the honor roll for three years, in addition to membership in the National Honor Society. Also joining the Lady Wildcats in the backcourt is Knowles, 5-3 point guard who transferred to B-CU last season from Western Michigan University. The juniorto-be played in 47 games for the Broncos and came to WMU as a four-year varsity player from Romulus High School. Ranked No. 19 overall by michladyballers.com as the No. 1-point guard in Michigan out of high school, Knowles (Romulus, Mich.) was a McDonalds All-American nominee and twice was named to the U.S. Junior National All-Star team. Recognized as always playing in attack mode, the three-year team captain was twice named conference MVP and was Michigan All-State honorable mention. Jasmines role this year will be running the team, Blair-Lewis noted. Shes an up-tempo guard who is lightning-quick and will run heads-up player, and she has great ball control. Shes a true point guard that can score. Rounding out the trio is another transfer, Lee (San Antonio, Texas), who comes to the Lady Wildcats after graduating from the University of Maine at Augusta. The 5-10 junior was a two-time team captain and was named both Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) First Team All-Conference and United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) First Team All-American. Coming in with college experience as a scorer, the best part of her game is attacking the rim, but she can still hit the outside shot and she plays tough defense, BlairLewis said. Just the fourth 1,000-point scorer for UMA, Lee was also named Female Athlete of the Year as a sophomore. During her sophomore campaign at UMA, Lee logged a double-double average of 20.9 points and 10.8 rebounds per outing, in addition averages of 6.0 assists, 3.4 steals and 1.8 blocks. Playing inside and outside, Lee tallied 15 doubledoubles and four triple-triple doubles as a sophomore and wrapped the season as the programs all-time single season scoring leader. The Lady Wildcats are currently working through preseason conditioning and individual workouts and are slated to begin formal team practices on October 6.Trio Joins Bethune-Cookman Womens Basketball for 2014-15 Ashanti Hunt Jordan Knowles Arreont Lee Saints cut Champ Bailey Georgia native EWC FOOTBALL: Bass, Smith Lead TSU Over Tigers, 58-6 Photos by Don Claussen By MIKE BONTS FLORIDA SPORTS WIRE NASHVILLE, Tenn. Junior running back Tom Smith found solid footing on a soggy opening night, leading Tennessee State past Edward Waters (1-1), 58-6, in the 16th annual John Merritt Classic on Saturday night. The bright spot on the night for the visiting Tigers came when James Reese, IV returned an interception 71 yards for a score in the second quarter. Smith had 151 yards on 12 carries and added four touchdowns en route to being named the Offensive MVP. Smiths four rushing scores were the most for a Tiger since Trabis Wards four against Southeast Missouri on Oct. 13, 2012. Anthony Bass was named the games Defensive MVP after recording four stops, two sacks, 2.5 tackles for loss and an interception. Bass anchored a defensive unit that only allowed 76 yards of total ofgive up any points. EWC running backs Cleve Williams, Ray Dukes and Daryl Campbell combined for 38 yards on 18 carries. The QBs didnt fare much better. Taron Williams and Tyler Mahla were 6 of 20 for 51 yards. Mahla threw three interceptions. Dukes caught two passes for 28 yards, and Williams had two receptions for 19. The Tennessee State offense got off to a slow start, fumbling on the committing three straight false start penalties. the 5:31 mark, as German hit fellow senior Je-Marc Sears with a short pass and then the tight end ran the rest of the way for a 24-yard touchdown. The rain soaked turf caused a bad hold on the point after, so TSU was forced to settle with a 6-0 lead. A Bernell Brooks interception latlead with only a minute to go in the Tennessee States special teams produced a big play to kick off the second period as DeAnte Saunders ran back a punt for a score, making the score 16-0 with just over 12 minutes to play before halftime. Saunders punt return for a touch8, 2011 when Weldon Garlington scampered 91 yards against Southeast Missouri. Javon Brandon and reigning OVC Defensive Player of the Year Bass terceptions in the second quarter turnovers. Smith and Stephen Hopkins combined for 127 yards on ten carry and two scores in the second quarter, and TSU led EWC 30-6 at the break. Smith scored two more touchof the second half to put TSU up by turnover to close out the third quarter. After another turnover late in the stanza, Martine Stevenson took the the contest with 92 yards on 10 carries. Running back, Greg White added a late score as part of his 98-yard day and the hosts walked away with a 52-point victory. There was a total of 11 turnovers in the contest and TSU committed 18 penalties for 102 yards.

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SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 12 TUESDAY September 9, 2014ON WCGL 1360 AM8:30 TO 9:00 P.M. LISTEN ONLINE WCGL1360.COM The station call in number is 904-766-9285THE LAST DAY stage play:Saturday, 10/4/14 6pm UNF auditorium $5 UNF students /$10 gen. public Tickets on Eventbrite.com: THE LAST DAY UNF About THE LAST DAY stage play:Family and friends of Shanda Raye, a college freshman and aspiring law student, reflect on the night her high school senior party got out of hand. Dont miss this play with memorable characters and life changing messages! Written and directed by Sherrie L. RobertsVisit our site for upcoming projects! www.slrpresents.comGive us your feedback after the show on our site or email slrpropubco@gmail.comThanks for your support! SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 12 TUESDAY September 9, 2014ON WCGL 1360 AM8:30 TO 9:00 P.M. LISTEN ONLINE WCGL1360.COM The station call in number is 904-766-9285THE LAST DAY stage play:Saturday, 10/4/14 6pm UNF auditorium $5 UNF students /$10 gen. public Tickets on Eventbrite.com: THE LAST DAY UNF About THE LAST DAY stage play:Family and friends of Shanda Raye, a college freshman and aspiring law student, reflect on the night her high school senior party got out of hand. Dont miss this play with memorable characters and life changing messages! Written and directed by Sherrie L. RobertsVisit our site for upcoming projects! www.slrpresents.comGive us your feedback after the show on our site or email slrpropubco@gmail.comThanks for your support! PAGE 12 THE STAR SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 Julia Wilson, with the Urban League, will host IMPACT RADIO