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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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serving you since 1951. Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau An Award Winning Publication Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers.thefloridastar.comListen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 NORTHEAST FLORIDAS 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 Peoples Choice! STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! OCTOBER 18 OCTOBER 24, 2014 VOL. 64 NO. 27 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 Cant 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 ESee Inside Church Talk of the Town Local Florida-Georgia Sports Community CITY PAYS RESPECTS TO FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS MISSINGCHILDREN The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department marched the streets of Downtown J acksonville to Fire Station 1, in honor of the city's fallen firefighters. The event is known as the "Sea of Blue" Fallen Firefighter Memorial March. M ayor Alvin Brown (left) continues to support the march. CMSAwards Florida Medicare Program 5 StarsCarePlus Health Plans, Inc.s Medicare Advantage plans in Florida achieved five stars the highest possible rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This makes the CarePlus Medicare Advantage HMO, of fered in 19 counties throughout Florida, the only five star-rated statewide plan in the state. We are extremely honored to receive this recognition from CMS, and especially thankful to the more than 95,000 Medicare members in Florida who have placed their trust in us, said CarePlus Regional President David Jarboe. Were also grateful to the p hysicians who partner with us and our 700 employees who work tirelessly so that we can help our members achieve their best possible health and quality of life. Using a Medicare Stars Quality Rating system, CMS evaluates Medicare plans annually, with one star indicating poor performance and five stars representing excellence. Ratings are posted at www.medicare.gov just prior to the Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP), which begins on Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7, and will take effect on Jan. 1, 2015. Medicare beneficiaries have an independent source to compare quality and performance of the various plans offered. Receiving the five-star rating also means that Medicare beneficiaries have the flexibility to switch to a CarePlus five star-rated Medicare Advantage plan at any time of the year using certain guidelines, rather than being limited to the AEP. CMS uses information from member-satisfaction surveys, health plans, and health care providers to give overall star ratings to plans. The rating system uses more than 40 different quality measures in five categories, including: Staying healthy via preventive services Managing chronic conditions, such as diabetes and high blood pressure Evaluations of a plans responsiveness and service news r e l e a s e Complaints, appeals and voluntary disenrollments Assessments of the quality of customer serviceA year after having a baby with music legend Stevie Wonder, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy is expecting again. The 64 year-old chart topper and his bride to be are said to be having triplets. He already has eight other children.EBOLA: NURSE BEING TREATED IN ATLANTA ASNATIONGETSFEARFUL Stevie Wonder and Fiancee ExpectingTriplets Ebola fears are spreading throughout the United States now that two nurses are confirmed to be infected with the disease after treating the black male patient who died in Texas recently. Adding fuel to the fears is that a 29 year-old nurse who is now being treated at Emory hospital in Atlanta, received the okay from the Center for Disease Control to travel after she reported her symptoms. The nurse, Amber Vinson had left Dallas to travel to Ohio to plan her wedding with family. She then flew back to Dallas. Her plane took passengers to Fort Lauderdale and Atlanta before finally being detained for inspection. Other developments with the disease making news this week include: -The dog belonging to the nurse being treating in Dallas is now in quarantine. Dallas hospital apologizes for the way the treatment of the Ebola patient who died was handled. Nurse who worked at Dallas hospital goes on Today Show to blow the whistle on the staff not being trained to adequately handle an Ebola patient. -Fears that Ebola can go airborne is being addressed. -The Federal Government is being sued by a man claiming the Ebola virus is secretly a biological weapon allowed into the country by the Obama administration to further terrorist interests against Americans of the "Caucasian race and Jewish-Christian religion" according to a new lawsuit filed Tuesday against several members of the administration.Scholastic Olympian dead at 29 Man Gets Fired, Later Buys Building Raymond Hill, the founder and owner of Sequin City in New Jersey is back in the same office where he was fired 10 years ago from his job. Now, hes sitting behind the same desk, this time as the owner of his company. He is the only sequin manufacturer in the country, and is a true American success story. Kamara Jones, the Jamaican-born fencer who represented the USAin the 2004 Olympics is dead. At 10, she left the Caribbean island and moved to New York where she received a full scholarship to Princeton. She was known for going to great lengths to raise funds for her spot on the team. Said USA Fencing President Don Anthony issued this statement on James: Kamara James was one of the brightest, precocious, self-assured young people I ever met. From her time as a very young fencer at the Peter Westbrook Foundation to her years at Princeton as an accomplished Olympian she remained warm, caring and confident. Kamaras untimely passing leaves our fencing community very saddened and her spirit, charm and wit will be dearly missed. James first Olympics was the 2004 Athens Games when she w as 19. She won bronze at the Junior World Championships in 2003 and was a member of the Senior National Team since 16. According to a post by Eric Rosenberg on Fencing.net, James experienced some mental health challenges: Unfortunately, mental illness proved Kamaras most unrelenting adversary. Still, just prior to her death, she had resumed a stable drug regimen was living comfortably and had begun thinking about the future. On Tuesday, October 14th, 2014,at ap proximately 10:42pm Brunswick Police Of ficers responded to a shots fired call in the 2400 block of Albany Street. Upon arrival officers located a Volvo station wagon that had crashed through the outer wall of a duplex apartment. The driver of the Volvo, Nicholas James King was found unresponsive and suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. King, a 22 year old black male from Glynn County, was pronounced dead at the scene. Brunswick Police Detectives along with members of the Violent Crimes Task Force arrived and processed the scene and canvased the neighborhood for possible witnesses. At this time no motive, or suspects have been developed. 9mm shell casings were recovered at the scene. The vehicle was impounded for further processing and evidence collection. No one was inside of the duplex apartment at the time the Volvo crashed through the residence wall. A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspect involved in this Homicide. Anyone with information is asked to contact Brunswick Police Detective Roy Blackstock at 912279-2624, the Silent Witness Hotline at 912-267-5516, or bpdtips@brunswickpolice.org.Man who drove car into home after being shot succumbs on scene Annie and Sandy read to kids to promote film Qu venzhan Wallis the youngest person to be nominated for Best Actress at the Academy Awards took time out to read at the Children's Museum of Manhattan. She was joined by h er canine costar as they promote her new film, a remake of the Annie.

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Northside Church of Christ 37th Anniversary & 60th Church Anniversary The excitement is building as we prepare for our 37th Annual Homecoming and 60th Church Anniversary. November 1-9, 2014 Sixty years is a wonderful milestone to reach and we plan to celebrate in style! Our theme for the occasion is: "Our Diamond Jubilee," scripture reference is taken from Leviticus 27:21-24 37th Annual Homecoming & 60th Annual Church Anniversary November 1-9, 2014 "Our Diamond Jubilee" A Return to Glory!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------FLORIDA ALEXANDER, Earnestine, died on October 5, 2014. BENTLY, Horace, 77, died on October 6, 2014. Brown Sr., Reginald Karleston died on October 7, 2014. CARTER, Mercedes H. died on October 8, 2014. CARTER, Albert Jr. Buck 52, died on October 3, 2014. CONYERS, Angeline, 79, died on Oct. 2, 2014. CROOMS, Elizabeth Gwendolyn, died on October 3, 2014, CUYLER, Edward W., died on October 7, 2014 DANIELS, Verna Savage, died on October 2, 2014 DANIELS, Warren R. died on October 5, 2014. DEVOE, Mary E. died on October 7, 2014. FORT, Regina Denise died on September 20, 2014. JACKSON Robert Lee 67, died on October 6, 2014. PAULIN, Anita Frances 95, died on September 19, 2014. POTEE, James, died on September 25, 2014. SMITHSON, Karen, diedon September 16, 2014. GEORGIA CARTER, Ozzie died October 6, 2014 COLEMAN, Hattie died October 8, 2014 COLLINS, Mae, died October 5, 2014. NIXON, Nathaniel died October 2, 2014 OWENS, Carrie died October 7, 2014 PINKNEY, Rose died September 30, 2014. WILLIAMS, Anna died October 3, 2014 The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With UsŽ Faith In Our CommunitySchedule of Events and ServicesPAGE 2 THE STAR OCTOBER 18, 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. 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. MT. OLIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH CELEBRATES 132 YEARS OF HISTORIC SERVICE TO FAMILIES AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 4:00 P.M. The Women Fellowship Ministry, Pastor Mark Griffin, Wayman Chapel, Jacksonville, Florida. Saturday, October 25th at 10:00 A.M. begins the grand conclusion of the great celebration. At this time the Annual Breast Cancer Brunch, honoring survivors from around the city will kick-off. The women will be blessed with a special guest speaker. All breast cancer survivors are ask to call 3550015 and give your name. Everyone is invited. Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 4:00 P.M., a Special Guest Pastor and church will bless us as we culminate this 132nd Church Anniversary. Theme: Mt. Olive Meeting The Needs Of The People Where They Are In LifeŽ, Scripture: Galatians 6:10. Come one, come all and help us celebrate this blessed historic occasion, whereby each Sunday will be filled with dynamic pastors, speakers and churches rendering service. For further information, please contact the church at (904) 7070026 or (904) 613-3949.

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OCTOBER 18, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 3 Youth & Medicine National Arts & Humanities Month(StatePoint) October, which is National Arts & Humanities Month, serves as an excellent reminder of the benefits the arts can bring to communities and individuals. Here are a few ways you can celebrate: € Attend a concert: Whether its a jazzy night club, a local rock concert or a symphony orchestra, theres no substitute for live music. € Visit a gallery: Check out what is current at your local galleries. Many host special talks and tours to help viewers get a deeper appreciation for the arts. € Put on a play: Family dramaŽ isnt usually a pleasing word combination. But during National Arts & Humanities Month, it can take on a whole new meaning. Let children write and direct their own play. Set up a small theaterŽ in your living room and invite a few friends over to watch. To learn more or find events near you, visit www.americansforthearts.org. In our busy lives, arts appreciation sometimes gets the short shrift. This October, make yourself better acquainted with happenings in your community. FACT SHEET: The White House Launches the My Brothers Keeper Community ChallengeŽIn February, President Obama launched the My Brothers Keeper (MBK) initiative to ensure that all youth, including boys and young men of color, have opportunities to improve their life outcomes and overcome barriers to success. As part of that launch, the President also established the My Brothers Keeper Task Force (Task Force) to review public and private sector programs, policies, and strategies, and determine ways the Federal Government can better support these efforts. The Task Force was also charged with determining how to better involve State and local officials, the private sector, and the philanthropic community. In late May, the Task Force released its 90-day interim progress report, which identified a set of recommendations and a blueprint for action for government, business, non-profit, philanthropic, faith, and community partners. Since the launch of MBK, the Task Force has met with and heard from thousands of Americans, through online and inperson listening sessions, who are already taking action. In June, responding to their commitment announced at the MBK launch, eleven of the nation's leading philanthropies announced $194 million in independent incremental investments in organizations and initiatives, including programs to enhance school learning environments and reduce young peoples interaction with the justice system. In July, President Obama announced new independent commitments by businesses and nonprofits representing more than $100 million dollars and pledges of support from educators, business leaders, athletes, and mayors aimed at addressing some of the reports recommendations. Also in July, the National Convening Council (NCC) was launched as an independent private sector initiative bringing together leaders from business, philanthropy and the faith, youth, Tribal, local, and nonprofit communities. On September 27th, the President announced that more than 100 mayors, county officials and tribal nations (full list below) have already accepted the My Brothers Keeper Community ChallengeŽ (MBK Community ChallengeŽ or ChallengeŽ), the next step in organizing and building upon the work of community leaders to improve outcomes for youth in America. MBK Community Challenge Today, the White House announced the MBK Community Challenge, an effort to encourage communities (cities, counties, suburbs, rural municipalities, and tribal nations) to implement a coherent cradle-to-college and career strategy aimed at improving life outcomes for all young people, consistent with the goals and recommendations of the Task Forces May report, to ensure that all youth can achieve their full potential, regardless of who they are, where they come from, or the circumstances in which they are born. The Challenge is not a new federal program, but rather a call to action for leaders of communities across the Nation to build and execute comprehensive strategies that ensure: All children enter school cognitively, physically, socially, and emotionally prepared; All children read at grade level by third grade; All young people graduate from high school; All young people complete post-secondary education or training; All youth out of school are employed; and All young people are safe from violent crime. The Task Force also identified a set of cross cuttingŽ areas, among them the importance of caring adults being present and active in the lives of children, hence the emphasis placed on mentoring. The Challenge calls upon mayors, Tribal leaders, town and county executives, encouraging them to take the following steps: within 45 days of accepting the Challenge, local communities convene a Local Action Summit with key public and private sector stakeholders to assess needs, determine priorities, and decide what combination of the above objectives they will tackle; within six months of accepting the Challenge, communities publicly launch a plan of action for accomplishing their goals, which will include a protocol for tracking data, benchmarks for tracking progress, and a blueprint for how the community will resource its efforts. The White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and the NCC are launching the Challenge. The NCC will provide communities with resources to support their local planning process, assisting them in developing successful strategies for action and tracking their progress. More information, including how local executives can sign up for the Challenge, is available at www.MBKChallenge.org. Additionally, the Federal government has recently announced a number of programs that address recommendations in the My Brothers Keeper Task Force progress report. For example, the Department of Justice announced a $4.75 million initiative to invest in training, evidence-based strategies, policy development and research to build trust and strengthen the relationship between law enforcement, and the communities they serve, and through the Smart on Juvenile Justice initiative, awarded $2 million in three grants which provide training, technical assistance and education to improve the quality of services, end racial and ethnic disparities, and encourage reforms in juvenile justice systems. The Department of Education awarded more than $57 million in grants focused on improving school climates and keeping students safe. And in September, the Departments of Justice and Housing and Urban Development announced a collaboration between HUD-funded organizations, and civil legal aid programs and public defender offices, to focus on expunging and sealing juvenile records … improving the chances that reentering youth will be able to obtain degrees, find work, and secure housing. Information on previous independent private sector commitments can be found at http://www.whitehouse.gov//thepress-office/2014/07/21/fact-sheet-president-obama-applaud s-new-commitments-support-my-brother-s. The Board of Providence School is pleased to announce the addition of Ken Jefferson to our Board. Ken is a native of Jacksonville and graduated from Ribault High School in 1975. Ken attended St. Thomas Christian University, where he earned a Master's degree in Theology. As a 24-year veteran of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, Ken has served his community in many areas as an officer in leadership roles from 1986 to 2010, including detective work and recruiting and training police officers. Ken was also JSO's Public Information Officer for five years, serving as the face and voice of the Sheriff's Department. Ken has received many awards and accolades throughout the years. Among these are the FBI Director's Community Leadership Award for his outstanding contribution to our nation's communities through unselfish dedication and leadership. He also received the Public Information Officer of the Year in 20062007 and in 2007-2008, the only person to receive this award consecutively. As CEO and founder of the Jefferson Consulting Group, Ken has traveled extensively conducting workshops and seminars. He recently served as an Expert Crime Analyst for WJXT TV 4 and appeared daily to offer expert advice and tips on crime prevention. In addition, Ken has also been a contributing author to the Florida Star newspaper. Ken has been married to his lovely wife Rhonda for 20 years, she currently serves as the President of our Parent Teacher Partnership (PTP). They have four adult children, as well as Jonathan, a Junior at Providence. The Jeffersons are faithful members of Impact Church, and Ken is currently running for Sheriff of Jacksonville. Please join us in welcoming Ken Jefferson to The Board of Directors of Providence School. MONEY „„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„Tips for Saving for Retirement in Your 20s(StatePoint) In your 20s, you may think you have all the time in the world to save for retirement. It can be tempting to spend your entire paycheck, particularly if youre entering the workforce and have debt or other spending priorities. This is the time to create the savings behaviors that could boost your retirement readiness in the future. Your age is your biggest advantage in your 20s. Saving early gives you the opportunity to make your money work for you with compounding interest. Many young people need education and one-onone support to help them get on track and stay on track with retirement savings goals,Ž says Chuck Cornelio, president of Retirement Plan Services for Lincoln Financial Group. Cornelio offers tips to help young people take action and save for retirement: € Start Now. One of the easiest ways to save for retirement is through an employer-sponsored retirement plan, like a 401(k) or 403(b) plan. Whether youre starting a new job or interviewing for one, check out the retirement plan benefits offered by your employer. And as soon as its available to you, enroll. If your company doesnt offer an employer-sponsored retirement plan, consider saving in an individual retirement account (IRA). Most local banks have an IRA solution that could work for you. € Save at Least to the Match. Many employers will match your contributions up to a certain percentage. Save at least up to that match amount. When you dont take full advantage of a company match, youre leaving money on the table. € Create a Budget. For many, entering adulthood means managing ones own finances for the first time. Along with saving for an emergency fund, create a monthly budget that allows you to save a small percentage towards your retirement savings plan. A few dollars from every paycheck can make a big difference down the road. € Resist Taking Money From Yourself. Life happens and you may need cash to pay for unexpected expenses. During these times, you may be tempted to borrow against your retirement savings or take out the money altogether. By doing so, you may miss out on potential market gains. You could also incur taxes and penalties for money withdrawn or for not paying back a loan. € Make More, Save More. The more you earn, the more you should save. When you receive an extra bump in cash from a bonus, pay raise or another pleasant surprise, consider putting that money towards your retirement savings. € Seek Help. You may need help with identifying the investment options and savings goals that are right for you. Schedule an initial meeting with a financial professional and then commit to annual check-ups to talk about your savings progress. A Lincoln Financial Group participant satisfaction survey found that retirement confidence increases with access to guidance from a financial professional, such as a retirement consultant. For more savings tips, visit www.LincolnFinancial.com. Once you start saving, youll feel good about the progress youre making towards boosting your retirement readiness. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month(SPM Wire) With breast cancer currently the second most common cancer in women, according to government health statistics, awareness and early detection are crucial for treatment outcomes. With this in mind, every October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month „ a time to raise awareness of the disease and funds for research and treatment. While most women are aware of the disease, many fail to take steps to detect breast cancer in its early stages, say the experts at the National Breast Cancer Foundation. As such, each year in October, women are encouraged to create an Early Detection Plan.Ž The benefits are proven; when breast cancer is detected early in what is known as a localized stage,Ž the five year survival rate is 98 percent, according to the National Cancer Institute. Having a plan is all about creating reminders to conduct breast self-exams, and to schedule clinical breast exams and mammograms based on your age and health history. More free information about creating an Early Detection Plan is available at www.earlydetectionplan.org and by consulting your personal health care provider. This October, make sure the women in your family are active in helping to safeguard their own health and that of their loved ones.

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PAGE 6 THE STAR OCTOBER 18, 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: Willnesha Forman Age: 16 Weight: 145 lbs Last seen: 10/07/14 Name: Destiny Bischoping Age: 16 Weight: 150 lbs Last seen: 9/17/14 Name: Shirley Augustine Age: 16 Weight: 160 lbs Last seen: 10/04/14 Name: Natalee Fowler Age: 13 Weight: 147 lbs Last seen: 10/05/14MOSTWANTED Name: David Bess Offense: Fraud Use ofPersonal ID, Resisting Officer with Violence Name: Alfred Lloyd Bell Jr. Offense: Credit CardFraud, Fraudulent Use of Personal ID Name: Andrew William Bell Offense: Armed Robbery Stop the Violence! We dont have control over how people act, but there are things we can still do to help minimize the danger or outcome of something that may be harmful. We must not only take our own actions in consideration, but also those of our children or loved ones. Here are some useful tips: Start from the source € Show children how to settle arguments or solve problems without using words or actions that hurt others. Set the example by the way you handle everyday conflicts in the family, at work, and in the neighborhood. Don't forget that common courtesies like "please," "thank you," and "excuse me" help ease tensions that can lead to violence. € Discourage name-calling and teasing. These can easily get out of hand, moving all too quickly from "just words" to fists, knives, and even firearms. Teach children that bullying is wrong and take their fears about bullies seriously. € Take a hard look at what you, your family, and your friends watch and listen to for entertainment from action movies and cop shows to video games and music lyrics. How do the characters solve problems? Do they make firearms and other violence appear exciting, funny, or glamorous? Are the real-life consequences of violence for victims and families clear? Talk about what each of you liked and didn't like. € Stick with friends and family who steer clear of violence and drugs. And encourage your children to do the same. Research shows use of alcohol and other drugs is closely linked with violence, including the use of guns and other weapons. Reduce the risk € Think long and hard about having weapons, especially firearms, in your home. Studies show that a firearm in the home is more than forty times as likely to hurt or kill a family member as to stop a crime. € Look at other ways to protect yourself and your home. Invest in top-grade locks, jamming devices for doors and windows, a dog, or an alarm system. Start or join a Neighborhood Watch. Check with the police, the YMCA/YWCA, or the recreation department about a self-defense class. € If you do choose to own firearms handguns, rifles, or shotguns make sure they are safely stored. That means unloaded, trigger-locked, and in a locked gun case or pistol box, with ammunition separately locked. Store keys out of reach of children, away from weapons and ammunition. Check frequently to make sure this storage remains secure. € Obtain training from a certified instructor in firearms safety for everyone in the home. Make sure it's kept current. € Teach your children what to do if they find a firearm or something that might be a weapon Stop, Don't Touch, Get Away, and Tell a Trusted Adult. Safety Police Looking for Burglary Suspect Thepolice are asking for the community's assistance in identifying a burglary suspect. At around 3:20 a.m. the suspect is seen on video suspiciously lurking around the fitness center. At around 4:03 a.m. the suspect returns in a different outfit and is seen entering the fitness center. He is seen a few minutes later leaving the area carrying a flat screen television. Anyone who has any information in regards to the identity or the location of the 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. Homeless Man Arrested for Sudden Snatching At approximately 1:40 p.m., a victim told officers she was first contacted by 53year-old Victor McDaniel when she was walking towards to Bank of America. The victim told McDaniel she couldnt talk and continued to walk away. When the victim was walking back, McDaniel came up behind her and said he needed a couple of dollars. The victim told McDaniel she didnt have any money and McDaniel continued to talk to the victim until she advised she may have a couple of dollars. The victim offered $2 and McDaniel told the victim to give him $20. He then reached into the victims wallet and grabbed $5. The victim told officers she was so upset and yelled at him and McDaniel fled. Officers was able to quickly locate McDaniel and arrested him. McDaniel was arrested and charged with felony robbery by sudden snatching. The police department reminds residents and visitors its safer to give donations to local social services and not to an individual. Police say Unearned cash is very enabling and does not engage homeless individuals in job and skills training which is needed to end homelessness. Additionally, more often than not, cash is not used for food and housing but is instead used to buy drugs and alcohol which further perpetuates the homeless cycle.Ž Man Who Fled Fatal Accident Finally Arrested Months Later Police say 22year-old Keith Hamm has been on the run since June 4th, 2014 when he fled the scene of a fatality accident. On June 4th, 2014 at about 9:11 p.m., 61-year-old Anna Melendez was driving a 1997 white Toyota Camry. Anna Melendez's husband, 80year-old Tomas Melendez, was riding in the front passenger seat of the car along with their son, 24-year-old Daniel Melendez in the backseat. At that time Hamm was driving a 2014 silver Nissan Altima. The Altima was an Avis rental vehicle. The Altima ran a stop sign and struck the right side of the Toyota Camry. The Toyota Camry flipped onto the driver side crashing into a chain link fence on the corner of a intersection. After the collision, Hamm fled the area on foot and was not located by responding officers. Tomas Melendez was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Anna and Daniel Melendez were also transported to the hospital for treatment and was later released. A tip was recently received that Hamm was at an apartment complex. Undercover units checked the area and Hamm was located sitting inside of a blue Honda Accord and was taken into custody without incident. When Keith Hamm was located, he was taken into custody on charges of vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a crash with death. According to reports, Hamm has prior arrests for drug possession, battery, auto theft, and was just released from prison before the fatality accident after serving a 3 year and 7 month prison term for attempted armed robbery, aggravated battery with deadly weapon, felon in possession of a firearm, and carrying concealed firearm. Two Arrested for Credit Card Fraud Police arrested two men who used cloned credit cards. The manager of a supermarket reported that a man tried to buy four gift cards but had to go through multiple credit cards before he found an active one. The last four digits on the card did not match the last four on the receipt. She provided a description of the suspect and a partial tag number for the van he got into, and made a call. Police responded and found the suspect and the driver in the parking lot. After identifying the suspect as 41year-old Jerome Stubbs, police learned he had a warrant and determined that the 14 credit cards in his possession were counterfeit. The driver, 30-year-old Kelson Clemont, gave officers permission to search his van and they found a handheld skimming device, an American Express card with Master Card track data on the magnetic strip, and a firearm concealed between the driver's seat and center console. Both were arrested. Stubbs was charged with trafficking in counterfeit credit cards and Clemont is charged with possession of a cloned credit card, possession of a credit card skimming device, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Victor McDaniel Keith Hamm Jerome Stubbs Kelson Clemont On the Lookout!

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LOCAL OCTOBER 18, 2014THE STAR PAGE 7 Florida A CHAT WITH PRIEST Playwright Priest Tyaire brought his latest hit to Jacksonville, the stage play Mrs. IndependentŽ on Friday and Saturday, October 10th and 11th. The show features celebrity cast members Robin Givens of Boomerang,Ž Dottie Peoples known for the hit song On Time God,Ž and Christopher Williams known for the hit song Dont Wake Me Im Dreamin.Ž We had a chance to chat with Priest a couple of weeks ago as he prepared for his journey to Jacksonville. FS: So, Id like to know, when did you decide to become a playwright?Ž PT: I really had no desire to become a playwright. I actually went to school to become an electrician and open up a detail shop about 15 years ago. To me, my path was set, you couldnt have told me then that I wouldnt have a chain of detail shops or an electrical business!Ž In 2006, his mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. Knowing she wouldnt have much time left, something drove him to write a story about her life and her accomplishments. By 15, his mother had given birth to 2 children, yet she went on to raise her kids, continue her education, and get her degree at 52 years of age. Tears of a Teenage MotherŽ was written in her honor. The play debuted to two sold out audiences. Unfortunately, his mother succumbed to cancer two weeks before opening night. The power the play yielded caught the attention of an organization in New Jersey, who reached out to him to perform the show for their youth group. Needless to say, His TRUE path was born. FS: Talk to the readers about some of the struggles you encounteredŽ. PT: Losing everything. I walked away from a lucrative business to explore something in which I had no idea how to run. At the time, I had been in business with my detail shop 10 years and it was going very well.Ž But I NEVER gave up. Once I realized that I could take a 0.25 ink pen and a $5.00 pad and people would come and see it. When I wrapped my mind around that concept, I knew I had something.Ž Priest continued to write, finding inspiration in everything around him. In 2014, his big break came when a national promoter picked up the plays. FS: Ahhh, Ok! So from your struggles, (he mentioned loss of a relationship) is that what prompted this play?Ž PT: Well, this story is definitely derived from a true story.Ž He does draw from a past relationship on a similar basis, not on the same field financially, but more so being unequally yoked in life. The relationship ended, but yielded a beautiful son. A question was asked by his assistant Kimberley Brown, This is another prevailing question that has been coming up in some interviews, what you think men should do to maintain the leading role in the home? Are there certain dynamics the man should walk in to ensure a level of security for the wife regardless if she makes more money or not? PT: Todays woman still have a certain expectation for the man to provide. Men will need to step their game up or meet in the middle somehowŽ. (Schooling, more household responsibilities, etc. to balance the scale.) A mans biggest cheerleader starts at home. Tearing a man down because he doesnt make the money you are doesnt work.Ž FS: Which leads me to my next question, what lesson should women, who are in the position of being the bread winner, take away from this show to remember to keep balance in a relationship? PT: Allow your man to still be a man.Ž He may not be the provider in a situation, but he ALWAYS has to be the PROTECTOR.Ž He has to be the king, the head.Ž FS: I am excited to see the dynamics play out in this show! This is the first of your shows that I get the opportunity to see, but Im sure it will not be the last!Ž So what final words would you like to leave with your readers? Other than to come see the play!Ž PT: I would love for people to look at this guy, who they dont know, who did this because he studied his craft. I bought the plays, watched the commentaries and back stage interviews, listened to how many songs should be in the play, how long a song should be, and when it should be inserted, etc. I just did my homeworkŽ So if I can do it, they can do it as well.Ž The play, Mrs. IndependentŽ is an entertaining life learning experience, which gets rave reviews nationally and locally for shining light on a topic that is happening in our lives more often today. The play makes you laugh, cry, smile, and ultimately makes you think about the roles we play as men, women, fathers, mothers, spouses, and as a people. His desire to teach and mold our youth is evident in the local theater students that work the stage from Edward Waters College he has incorporated into the play. Priest Tyaire is definitely a name you will be hearing more of in the theatrical circuit! For more information on Tyaire or Mrs. IndependentŽ visit: http://www.mrsindependenttheplay.com/ SPOTLIGHT

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PAGE8 THESTAR OCTOBER 18. 2014 LOCALNEWSArthia Nixon Florida/Georgia Star In about a decade, the Harrington School on St Simons Island will be celebrating 100 years since the day it opened its doors for colored childrenŽ to receive an education. It was an era when slaveryŽ was not a word in history books, but when these young students were likely to have parents and grandparents who were actually born slaves. Today, the school no longer has students but with people like Amy Roberts, it certainly continues educating. Each weekend in October, which is also recognized as Gullah Geechee Month, the Harrington Schools doors will be open to welcome in history enthusiasts to a part of the past which is sparsely documented. We plan to have folks come in from 11am to 3pm Saturdays in October,Ž said Roberts who serves as the executive director for the St Simons African American Heritage Coalition. Inside the school is cleaned out,Ž she explained. In fact, some time ago it was used for a daycare center and two bathrooms along with a refreshment area were erected but weve since moved them out in order to restore the building to its natural state.Ž In fact, she says the school which was built in the 1920s needs to be recognized by the state. We are working to have this school considered an official historical landmark,Ž she said. We are talking with the National Trust and other entities to officially secure that because this is a major part of who we are and it needs to be highlighted. As long as I am around, I am going to ensure that we do our best to show that we were a part of the history and legacy of this island.Ž LEFT:The Harrington School while still in its restoration process. RIGHT: A proposed sketch of what the completed building wi ll look like. St Simons Harrington School opened for Gullah Geechee month Former Ware County HS Star Athlete Files $12.5M Lawsuit Against Waycross Police Officer Corey Gay Media arrive to hear the official press statement.

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PAGE 9 THE STAR OCTOBER 18, 2014 SPORTS Webber keeps EWC out of end zone in second half for winBy MIKE BONTS Florida Sports Wire JACKSONVILLE, FlaWebber entered the game knowing that it was a must win. It was the start of a four game Sun Conference set for the Warriors. Conference game to the Warner Royals in week two, Webber knew that they had to leave Jacksonville with a win. The Warriors bested Edward Waters 70-14 spoiling Tigers chance to knock off a conference opponent. The visitors led 39-14 at the half. The Tigers were intercepted six times and lost a fumble. Webber started off quickly with an opening drive touchdown on an 11-yard pass from the QB Billy Pavlock to wide receiver Joseph Davis. The touchdown was the start of an offensive/defensivescoring spree that featured a total of 10 touchdowns for the game. EWC quarterback Tyler Mahla was 9 of 14 for 154 yards and a touchdown pass to Suwayne Hylton. Hylton caught six passes for 90 yards. The Tigers other score came on a run by Cleve Williams. Michael Love led carries for 65 yards. Backup QB Taron Williams was 6 of 14 for 56 yards. He also ran for 54 yards on 11 carries. Darius Page, Pavlock, Jaden Adams, Joseph Davis, and Keith Hopkins scored offensive touchdowns for Webber. Prince Holloway, Daniel Booth, and Tyler Clark all scored touchdowns on two interceptions and a punt return. Warriors kicker Daniel with a perfect 10-10 in extra points made. Webber was penalized 11 times for 88 yards while the for 147 yards. Nearing the end of the game Pavlock, would give way at QB to Baylin Trujillo as the Warriors would continue to run out the clock and secure a Warriors win 70-14 The Warriors improved to 3-3 overall and 1-1 in Sun Conference play. According to the NAIA EWC Ranks No 2 in Division I in pass defense per game (114.500) and No. 4 in penalty yards per Game (106.300). By MIKE BONTS Florida Sports Wire NASHVILLE, Tenn. The Jaguars have had some fanone of them. onds was blocked at the line of scrimmage giving AFC South rival Tennessee a 1614 win over Jacksonville. You earn success in this league, its not given, Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley said. Well use this and I think well grow from this. The Jaguars (0-6) return home Sunday to face the Cleveland Browns at EverBank Field with a 1 p.m. kickoff. Rookie QB Blake Bortles was 32 of 46 and threw for 336 yards and a late TD to tight end Clay Harbor. Jacksonvilles Cecil Shorts led all receivers with 10 catches for 103 yards. Rookie running back Storm Johnson out of UCF scored another TD on the ground. Harbors catch came with 37 seconds left in the game. The onside kick was bobbled by the Titans and eventually wound up in the hands of a Jaguars player at his own 42yard line. Three plays later Scobees kick was blocked at the line of scrimmage. Harbor, who missed the injury, has 14 catches for 183 yards in the last three games. The Titans (2-4) got three cop and a Jackie Battle score on a run. I had a sense of foreboding. Im just glad we made a play at the end to win the game, admitted Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Im glad to get the win today. Its what we needed. LOOKING BACK Titans kicker Ryan Succop goals in one game for the 18th time in his career ... Blake Bortles surpassed the time in his short career ... Jacksonville picked up 27 on third downs, while holdon third-down plays ... The Jags lost despite a 379-290 edge in total offense... Jacksix games of a season for a second consecutive year LOOKING AHEAD The Jaguars lead the overall series with the Browns, 105, and the teams are meeting for the sixth time in the last seven seasons. In the last meeting, the Jaguars fought back for a 32-28 victory last season. Ben Tate rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Cleveland past the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-10, on Sunday. Two-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack will undergo surgery on his broken SOMETHING SPECIAL The Jaguars rank ninth in the NFL in average starting position after kickoff (21.6 avg.), seventh in touchback percentage (73.7 pct.) and 12th in average opponent kickoff (20.4).Jaguars outgain but not outscore Titans in road loss Tight end Clay Harbor caught a 20-yard TD reception with 37 seconds left in the Tennessee game. (Photo Jacksonville Jaguars/Rick Wilson)Cleveland will looking to avenge last season loss Sunday at EverBank Field Anthony Jordan, number1 score a touchdown. Daytona, Fla., Mayor Derrick and Stephanie Henry (Photos by Frank Powell, III, The Florida Star, photographer DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Bethune-Cookman took down Howard, 49-12 in front of 10,247 fans at Municipal Stadium on Homecoming Saturday, October 11, 2014. Bethune-Cookman took down Howard, 49-12 in Homecoming

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OCTOBER 18, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 12 TUESDAY October 21, 2014ON WCGL 1360 AM8:30 TO 9:00 P.M. LISTEN ONLINE WCGL1360.COM The station call in number is 904-766-9285Dr. Richard Danford, Jacksonvilles president of Urban League, the guest for Impact. he Jacksonville Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold its 49th Annual Freedom Fund Dinner on ursday, October 23, 2014, 7:00 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel, 224 E. Coastline Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32202. e keynote speaker will be Ms. Donna Brazile, a veteran Democratic political strategist, an adjunctprofessor, author, syndicated columnist, television political commentator, Vice Chair of Voter Registration and Participation at the Democratic National Committee, and former interim National Chair of the Democratic National Committee as well as the former chair of the DNCs Voting Rights Institute. e Freedom Fund Awards Dinner is a special event held each year to give the Association an opportunity to salute those citizens who have served Jacksonville in the area of Civil Rights. It is also an opportunity to recognize those students who have been identi ed as Semi-Finalists in the National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students. SYNDICATED COLUMNIST AND TV POLITICAL COMMENTATOR Speaker, Donna Brazile Thursday, October 23, 2014Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront 225 East Coastline Drive Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Be Ready...Contact Us Today!