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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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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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Jacksonville have had its share of shootings and citizens are fed up. Three shootings have hit Northwest Jacksonville within a 72 hour period. One shooting left a man dead on a sidewalk. Police are still looking for suspects in all three incidents. The first shooting took place Monday in the Grand Park area of Jacksonville at the intersection of West 18th Street and Division Street, where police say two men and a boy were shot. On Tuesday a man was robbed, shot and killed while on his way to work on Moncrief Road and West 35th Street. Then, on Wednesday, shots were fired outside a local mall, making it the third gun-related incident in the area in three days. Wednesday night community leaders said they've had enough. Within the past five months the area has been the scene of five gun-related incidents. Back in June a bullet shattered a window of a local fire station. In July, 14-year-old James Thomas was shot and killed after getting out of the neighborhood swimming pool. Because of those incidents and the ones from these three days, many from the community have had enough. Some community leaders have taken stand, but they can not do it alone. The entire community needs to step up and parents need to raise their children, listen to them, talk to them, go with them to public places to teach them how to act in public, watch TV with them and listen to their music. This is a start! NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER The Florida Star P.O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 36177Cant Get to the Store? Have The Star Delivered!The Florida Star, The Georgia Star! (904) 766-8834Still The Peoples Choice! STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!MISSING CHILDREN See Inside : Church Talk of the Town Local Florida Georgia Sports Community An Award Winning Publication serving you since 1951~ ~ RatedA+Žby theBetter Business Bureau Read The Florida and Georgia Star NewspapersTheFloridaStar.com Listen toIMPACT Radio Talk Show The Peoples Choic e October 25, 2014 October 31, 2014VOL. 64 NO. 28STILL ONLY 50 CENTSTHREE SHOOTINGS ALL WITHIN A THREE DAY TIME NW Jacksonville I N S I D EEditorial . . . . . . . 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 Wish to give us a News Story? Call (904) 766-8834 or Send it to: info@thefloridastar.com 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 Cards Accepted Legendary Jim Brown Native of St. Simons, Florida Living Legend Jim Brown, famous for his career in the NFL and Movies, is a native of St. Simons Island in Florida and he still calls it home. Brown was in town after attending the Cleveland Browns game against the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday. Brown played nine seasons as a running back with the NFLs Cleveland Browns from 1957 to 1965. He had 12,312 rushing yards, averaged 5.2 yards per carry and scored 106 touchdowns along the way. Brown was inducted into the Football Hall-of-Fame in 1971. He lived here 70 years ago and was a frequent vistor in his early life, but when asked where he is from, his answer is always the same, St. Simons Island. Browns heritage traces back to the 1800s on St. Simons Isand. Brown moves with less speed these days, but his mind is as sharp as ever, still focused on advocating for the civil rights issues he took by the horns during the 1960s with other athletes like Muhammad Ali, Bill Russell and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Brown said too many of todays athletes set a poor example for young African Americans of how to use education to advance economically. He has been working with organizations set up by NBA great Bill Russell, former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis and others to address violence in black neighborhoods and educational access for black students across the country. IS THE FIRST FAMILY SAFE IN THE WHITE HOUSE? Last Wednesday, a 23-year-old man from Maryland climbed over the White House fence and was quickly apprehended by uniformed Secret Service agents and their dogs and taken into custody. This is the second time within two months that someone has crossed the White House fence. Although, this time, the man didnt get far, the first incident was far more dangerous for the president and his family and it led to Julia Piersons resignation as director of the agency after being on the job for 18 months. After Pierson resigned, an agent who once led Obama's protective detail came out of retirement to lead the Secret Service until President Obama names a new director, pending the completion of internal and independent reviews of agency practices. JACKSONVILLE, FL Police reports show five incidents involving guns between September 29 through October 3, 2014 in Duval County schools and showed 29 incidents in Duval County involving guns at schools in the last two years. In the 2012-2013 school year, there were 11 incidents and eight arrests. The next year there were 10 incidents and eight arrests. This year, there have been eight incidents and 10 arrests, and it's only a couple of months into the school year. One of the students that was arrested stated he keeps the gun on him because he has been shot at multiple times on the way home from school. Its fortunate that no one was hurt or threatened in these incidents. Most were resolved by students who knew about the weapon and alerted an administrator. Guns in school is a complicated problem and school leaders need everyones help to make a change. 29 GUN INCIDENTS IN A TWO YEAR PERIOD IN DUVAL COUNTY SCHOOLS ALONE Hon. Corrine Brown and Senator Audrey Gibson will Host Governor Charlie Crist and Martin L. King, III at the Campaign Office in the Gateway Town Center Monday, October 27, 2014 at 9am … Congresswoman Brown, Governor Crist and Martin L. King, III invites local Clergy to come out and join us for a prayer breakfast. It is our mission to remind voters what's at stake, and increase voter turnout during early voting and for the November 4th general election." Hon. Corrine Brown and Commissioner Velma Williams Host Martin L. King, III at New Life Word Center Church For Voter Turnout Movement 2014 Today, Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 4pm, New Life Word Center Church, 1311 South Oak Avenue, Sanford, FL, Pastor Merthie … Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Martin L. King III and Commissioner Velma Williams invite you to come out for a rally. I am excited that Martin L. King, III has accepted my invitation to come to Sanford, our city in Florida that had low voter turnout even after the tragedy of Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012. Join us this SaturdayŽ, said Congresswoman Brown. YOUR VOTE COUNTS Amendment 2 Struggles in Another Poll as Seniors, African-Americans Lean Against ItAnother new poll shows Amendment 2, a proposal to expand medical marijuana use in Florida, continues to come up short of the 60 percent needed to pass on the November ballot. Earlier in the week, two polls were released which showed Amendment 2 in serious jeopardy as opposition to it rises. WFLA/Survey USA released a poll on Tuesday which shows Amendment 2 is stalled, with 52 percent of those surveyed supporting it and 36 percent opposing it. The remaining 12 percent are undecided. A WFLA/Survey USA poll taken last week found 51 percent supporting it while 33 percent opposed it. In terms of political breakdown, Democrats and voters outside the major parties support the proposal. A strong majority of Democrats -63 percent -say they plan to vote for Amendment 2 while less than a quarter of them -24 percent, plan to vote against it.

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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 ACHORD, Georgia Inez, 72, died October 8, 2014. ARNOLD, Eddie, 66, died October 9, 2014. ARNOLD, Travis, infant, died October 10, 2014. BATHURST, Judith Ann, 75, died October 12, 2014. BROOME, Ellen Helms, 86, died October 13, 2014. BROWN, Reginald Karleston, Sr. 58, died October 7, 2014. CALLOWAY, Lilla Mae, 97, died October 6, 2014. CARTER, Mercedes H ., died October 8, 2014. CARTER, Sandra Hermann, 77, died October 5, 2014. CHAPMAN, Jan Janda 58, died October 5, 2014. CLARK, Charles E 67, died October 14, 2014. CLIFTON, Myrtle R ., 89, died October 7, 2014. COLLINS, Minnie Mae 84, died October 12, 2014. CONYERS, Angeline, 79, died October 2, 2014. CROOMS, Elizabeth Gwendolyn died October 3, 2014. CUYLER, Edward W ., 39, died October 7, 2014. DANIELS, Verna Savage, died October, 2014. DANIELS, WARREN R. died October 5, 2014. DAVIS, CLYDE, died October 9, 2014. DAVIS, Maxie Nell Burnsed 77, died October 7, 2014. DEESE, Robert Sydney 67, died October 9, 2014. DEVOE, Mary E. Snelling/Potter died October 7, 2014. DICKERSON, Janette, 88, died October 13, 2014. DOWNS, Annie B ., died October 12, 2014. DRULEY, Leroy Garland 71, died October 10, 2014. DUBECK, Eugene J. Gene 87, died October 10, 2014. DUKES, Brandi 36, died October 7, 2014. EVANS, David Benjamin 70, died October 13, 2014. FOURAKER, Judith Lorraine Sikes 75, died October 12, 2014. GARVIN, Pastor Neo N. died October 13, 2014. GLISSON, Elwanda R. 82, died October 12, 2014. GOOD, David John, 75, died October 11, 2014. GOOLSBY, H.W. Marty 83, died October 11, 2014. The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With UsŽ Faith In Our CommunitySchedule of Events and ServicesPAGE 2 THE STAR OCTOBER 25, 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.-----------------------------------------------------------------------"New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church Celebrate 95 Years" New Bethlehem Baptist Church will celebrate their 95th Church Anniversary beginning with their Annual Banquet on Sunday, October 26th at 4:00 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Building. Bro. Fred Johnson, Chairman of this occasion. The Anniversary celebration will continue on Friday, November 7th, with the Friday Night Worship Service at 7:00 p.m. Sis. Darlene Jones, Chairperson of this Service. Saturday, November 8th, the church will celebrate with their Praise & Worship Service in the Sanctuary and be host to many musical groups both local and out of town. The finale will be held on Sunday, November 9th, beginning with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. and Evening Worship at 400 p.m. Everyone is invited to join us in this joyous celebration & Thanksgiving for 95 years of blessings. Rev. Dr. Marion A. Wise, Senior Pastor MT. OLIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH CELEBRATES 132 YEARS OF HISTORIC SERVICE TO FAMILIES AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES 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 355-0015 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) 707-0026 or (904) 613-3949. -----------------------------------------------------------------------Northside Church of Christ 4736 Ave B Jacksonville, FL 32209 Saturday, November 1st the 15th Annual Community Day from 12 Noon … 5:00pm which features a freeŽ all you can eat fish fry, clothes giveaway, face painting mega slide, basketball, and lots of fun, food and fellowship for all ages. Email: newbethlehemmb@att.net Web: newbethlehemmb.com

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OCTOBER 25, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 3 SOCIETY Guest: Former Lt. Governor of Florida, Jennifer Carroll with Host of Impact, Clara McLaughlin Leath and co-host, Dr. Opio Sokoni on October 14, 2014Former Lt. Governor of Florida, Jennifer Carroll appeared on Florida Stars radio show, Impact with hosts & publisher, Clara McLaughlin Leath and Dr. Opio Sokoni, Jacksonvilles president of SCLC, discussing Mrs. Carrolls book, When You Get There.Ž In the easy reading book, Mrs. Carroll talked about immigrating to America from Trinidad and being raised by her adopted parents, her time and promotions in the U. S. Navy which brought her to Jacksonville, her terms as a Florida State Representative and her role as a woman and first Black Lt. Governor of Florida. Mrs. Carroll was not pleased with her experience as a Lt. Governor and the treatment she received from Governor Rick Scott and his staff. Purchase When You Get ThereŽ through Amazon or Barnes & Nobles, and follow her path to success from her childhood through her resignation as Floridas first Black and female Lt. Governor. Seasonal Temporary Jobs Help Workers Earn Cash and Find Permanent Positions(StatePoint) The holiday season helps put millions of people to work in jobs that may begin as temporary employment, but often turn into permanent employment, according to Express Employment Professionals, which having employed nearly 400,000 people in 2013, is the largest franchised staffing company and second largest privately held staffing company in the United States. Last year, online superstores hired thousands of temporary workers to meet the demand of the millions of shoppers who visited Internet storefronts for their holiday purchases. Express Employment Services expects the 2014 holiday season will be no different. Many retirees, teens, stay-athome moms and others find seasonal temporary employment ideal. Additionally, employed people often take on temporary seasonal work as a second job to earn extra holiday cash. But temporary holiday employment is only part of the story. While seasonal employment is nothing new, what is unique about recent seasonal hiring is a growing trend of temporary holiday work becoming permanent. According to a recent study on seasonal employment by Express Employment Professionals, 39 percent of survey participants foresaw their desired seasonal work as being a potential avenue for a permanent position. Major companies agree that seasonal employment is a good entry point for permanent workers. As any shopper knows, the wallet doesnt feel the holiday hangover until after the Christmas tree hits the curb. Thats when many Americans will find value in working seasonal jobs. Employers will be looking at their temporary employees this holiday season to see which ones merit a full-time, permanent position. In many ways, a seasonal job is like an extended interview. So, if you have any interest in becoming a permanent worker, take advantage of your holiday job and show how hard-working and committed you really are,Ž says Bob Funk, CEO of Express Employment Professionals and former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Funk adds that while hours may vary for those hired through a staffing company, an Express associate works an average of 37 hours a week, with 60 percent of them hired for a full-time position following the initial assignment. With over 19,000 open jobs available, the kinds of positions we find vary considerably. In addition to our current holiday openings, we consistently are hiring for industrial, retail and fulfillment, office services, engineering, manufacturing, information technology, accounting, and sales-based positions,Ž Funk said. Through the years, the term holiday temp jobsŽ has also changed. What used to mean a little extra cash at Christmas has turned into opportunities for workers to be hired in fall through New Years. For more information about seasonal work opportunities, visit ExpressPros.com. There are many great ways to earn cash this year and possibly a permanent job. I encourage job seekers to take advantage of these opportunities,Ž Funk says.

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PAGE 4 THE STAR OCTOBER 25, 2014 Leslie Scott Jean-Bart Joins Terrell Hogan Law FirmJacksonville, Florida„ Wayne Hogan, president of TerrellHogan, a personal injury and wrongful death law firm, is pleased to announce Leslie Scott Jean-Bart has joined the firm. We are excited to have Leslie on our team,Ž said Wayne Hogan. She is a dedicated advocate for her clients and she is committed to serving our community through many civic and volunteer endeavors.Ž After earning a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami and a Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law, Leslie joined Legal Services of Greater Miami, preserving affordable housing for the working poor before joining Sheppard, White & Thomas, P.A., where she handled employment discrimination, civil rights, and education cases. For more than a decade, she focused her practice on helping injured consumers obtain justice as an attorney at Farah & Farah, P.A. before opening the Jean-Bart Firm, P.L. Leslies life-long interest in community service was inspired by her late grandmother, Mary L. Singleton, the first black woman elected to Jacksonville City Council who later became a state representative. Shes chaired the annual Mayor of Jacksonville Mary L. Singleton Memorial Breakfast, a tribute to her grandmothers legacy, and served on both the Jacksonville Ethics Commission and the Florida Elections Commission. She now serves on The Florida Bars Judicial Nominating Procedures Committee. Leslie also serves on the boards of Three Rivers Legal Services, Jacksonville/First Coast League of Women Voters, Northeast Florida Community Action Agency, the Florida Justice Association and is chairperson of the Jacksonville Black Chamber of Commerce. She also volunteers as an Attorney Ad Litem for foster children. She is a member of The Florida Bar, State Bar of Georgia, American Bar Association, Jacksonville Bar Association, American Justice Association, Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association and is past president of the D.W. Perkins Bar Association. A fifth generation Jacksonville native, Leslie is married and has a daughter. Terrell Hogan is Northeast Floridas largest jury trial law firm representing only injury and accident victims. For 40 years, the firm has devoted its practice to car/truck accidents, dangerous drugs/medical devices,defective products, mesothelioma/asbestos, premises liability, medical malpractice and punitive damages. Its teams of committed, civil justice trial attorneys have extensive experience in products liability cases, including obtaining Floridas first asbestos punitive damages verdict and serving on the legal team that won Floridas historic settlement against cigarette manufacturers. ###

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PAGE 5 THE STAR OCTOBER 25, 2014 Duval County. CarePlus is an HMO plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in CarePlus depends on contract renewal. The benet information provided is a brief summary, not a complete description of benets. For more information, contact the plan. Limitations, copayments, and restrictions may apply. Benets, premium, and/or member cost-share may change on January 1 of each year. You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium. The Part B premium may be covered through your State Medicaid Program. Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-Star rating system. Star Ratings are calculated each year and may change from one year to the next. A sales person will be answering the phone and will respond to any questions. Keeping the HEALTH in health care. CarePlus Memberwww.CarePlusJacksonville.com Call today to make an appointment with a licensed sales agent. ALL OF THIS WITH 5-STAR QUALITY AND SERVICE! Look at all you get with CareOne (HMO): H1019_MKFNPR478069 AcceptedFrom 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week. From February 15th to September 30th, we are open Monday Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CPP-6115 E_PN_CareOne JAX_FloridaStar 11.625x21.indd 1 10/17/14 4:55 PM

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PAGE 6 THE STAR OCTOBER 25, 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: Alexa Bowe Age: 14 Weight: 170 lbs Last seen: 10/08/14 Name: Keshuntee Lewis Age: 15 Weight: 140 lbs Last seen: 10/07/14 Name: Tyejalese Dade Age: 14 Weight: 120 lbs Last seen: 10/15/14 Name: Calvenia Hamilton Age: 15 Weight: 126 lbs Last seen: 10/05/14MOSTWANTED Name: Keith L. Boone Offense: Traffic in Stolen Property Name: Randy Bryant Offense: Felony Battery Name: Stephon B. Bugett Offense: Fraud Rental Property Guarding Against Robbery and Assault Robbery and assault are serious crimes. While money is often the motivation, these incidents are considered crimes of violence because they involve the threat or actual use of physical violence. The basic rules of prevention are to be sensible and to be alert. The following tips will also help reduce the risk of robbery or assault. Personal Safety Tips on the Street € If possible, don't walk alone during late-night hours. Walk in groups whenever you can„there is always safety in numbers. € Walk on the sidewalk whenever possible. Walk close to the curb, avoiding doorways, bushes, and other potential hiding places. € If you have to walk in the street, walk facing traffic. A person walking with traffic can be followed, forced into a car, and abducted more easily than a person walking against traffic. € Walk confidently, directly, and at a steady pace. Don't stop to talk to strangers. € Wear clothing and shoes that give you freedom of movement. And don't burden yourself with too many packages or items. € Always be aware of your surroundings. If you are wearing headphones, don't turn up the volume so high that you cannot hear outside noises. € Never hitchhike or accept rides from strangers. € Report any suspicious activity or person immediately. If it is an emergency, dial 911. Basic Street Smarts € Wherever you are„on the street, in an office building or shopping mall, driving, waiting for a bus or subway„stay alert and tuned in to your surroundings. € Send the message that you're calm, confident, and know where you're going. € Trust your instincts. If something or someone makes you uneasy, avoid the person or leave. € Know the neighborhoods where you live and work. € Check out the locations of police and fire stations, public telephones, hospitals, and restaurants, or stores that are open late. If Someone Tries to Rob You € Don't resist. Give up your property„don't give up your life. € Report the crime to the police. Try to describe the attacker accurately. Your actions can help prevent others from becoming victims. Preventing Assaults € If you are involved in a heated argument that appears to be turning violent, walk away. If you stay and fight "to prove something," you will only demonstrate poor judgment in almost every instance. € Never carry a firearm, knife, or other illegal weapon. A weapon will definitely escalate the situation, and it could ultimately be used to harm innocent people or yourself. € Avoid excessive drinking, or if you have been drinking, recognize its impact on your judgment. Alcohol is a contributing factor in many assaults. Safety Police Looking for Suspect Police are asking for assistance in locating a convicted felon wanted for several violent crimes. According to reports, the victim reported an aggravated battery after being shot. Investigation revealed 23year-old Jamal Dominique McCullah committed the act and warrants were subsequently obtained for his arrest. McCullah is also wanted in connection with a home invasion robbery that ended in a homicide. He is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who has any information in regards to the location of the suspect is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845TIPS or email at rewards@fccrimestoppers.com. You will remain anonymous and receive a possible reward up to $3,000. Woman Plans with Boyfriend to Stage Robbery at Her Workplace Police say 39year-old Alice Sue Haggard stated that she worked with her boyfriend to stage a robbery and she was the clerk working a check cashing store at the time of the reported robbery. Haggard told detectives that in June 2014, she started taking money from her employer, the check cashing store, in order to cover her own personal checks she would cash at various Publix locations throughout the county. She cashed numerous $75 checks through the months of June, July, and August 2014. The cash she would take from her employer to cover the checks is estimated to total $6,000. Haggard feared her employer would become suspicious of the missing cash so she devised a scheme with her boyfriend, 46 year-old Joseph Washington Harris, to stage the robbery. Although Harris is reported to not have committed the robbery, Haggard told detectives that Harris chose the unknown suspect to stage the robbery instead of him. Haggard is seen on the video showing the staged robber where the cash was located. During the event, she did not appear scared and after the staged robber left, she waited for a short time before she picked up the phone to call to report the incident. The total cash from the staged robbery is estimated at $17,964. Detectives have still not been able to identify the staged robber who came into the store. When Detectives learned that Harris was the boyfriend of Haggard, a background was conducted and it was determined that Harris had battered Haggard in September 2014, which she reported, but then denied to officers when they arrived to the scene. Although a report was taken, Harris was not charged at the time. During her recent interview, Haggard told detectives she lied to officers who responded to the domestic call in September because she feared Harris would hurt her worse when he got out of jail. Detectives also found that Harris is a registered sex offender and he had not updated his current address, which is a felony. Haggard was taken into custody after the interview and was charged with grand theft, and filing a false report in commission of a crime. Haggard bonded out the next day. Police say Harris, who was released from state prison in September 2012, has a significant criminal history, which includes sexual battery, grand theft, robbery and resisting arrest with violence. He remains in jail with no bond. One of Three Kidnapping Suspects Arrested Police arrested a man in connection with an armed robbery and kidnapping that took place at a gas station last September. After exiting the gas station, the victim was approached by three males and held at gunpoint as they demanded he get into their vehicle. The suspects drove the victim a short distance away when they demanded all of the money in his possession. When the victim could only come up with $7.00 cash, the suspects drove him to a bank and demanded his PIN number. While the transaction was being made, the victim was able to flee from the vehicle and run to a local business for help. Police were able to quickly identify one of the suspects from the surveillance video obtained at the ATM. The other suspects are unknown at this time. About a month later, 41-year-old Demarcus Morris, was taken into custody on charges of armed robbery with a firearm and armed kidnapping to facilitate a felony. His arrest history includes possession and sale of cocaine, aggravated battery on an elderly victim, robbery and violation of probation. Man Charged with ChildAbuse Police arrested 27-year-old Kendall Blyden after he injured a one-year-old child and sent him to the hospital. Police responded to a scene in reference to an unresponsive oneyear-old infant. The infant could not breathe on his own at the time of transport to the hospital. Department of Children and Families also responded. The child is currently in critical condition. The investigation revealed that 27-year-old Kendall Blyden had custody of the child before he was transported to the hospital. Blyden is the boyfriend of the childs mother. He had originally told detectives that the child had fallen from his crib and became unresponsive. However, after consulting with the childs doctors, Blydens story did not match the childs injuries. When confronted with this information, he said he was rushing the child to the living room area and dropped the child and fell on top of him. The babys head then hit the metal protrusions of a lounge chair and Blydens elbow slammed into the childs head when he fell on the baby. Blyden has been charged with aggravated child abuse and violation of his probation for drug use. He is being held on no bond for violating his probation and $50,000 bond for the child abuse. AliceHaggard Joseph Harris Demarcus Morris Kendall Blyden On the Lookout!

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LOCAL OCTOBER 25, 2014 THE STAR PAGE 7 Florida Early Vote Start Photos by Frank M. Powell, III, Florida Star, photographer Congresswoman Corrine Brown, in conjunction with the Duval County Democratic Party Chairman Neil Henrichsen, along with state and local elected officials, Florida State Senator Audrey Gibson, and local ministers and community leaders, rally the community to Early Vote starting October 20 until Sunday, November 2nd and discuss the three Constitutional Amendments on the November ballot. Mr and Mrs George Gillis, Reverend Darien K Bolden Jr. First Missionary Baptist Church in Fernandina Beach, Montford Point MarineRev ET Norman, Florida State Senator Audrey Gibson, Mincy Pollock, Candidate for City Council, At-Large, Group 3, Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Ken Jefferson for Sheriff Campaign, Democratic Party Chairman Neil Henrichsen, and Travis Bridges for Duval County Soil and Water Conservation District, Group 3 James Jones, Florida State Senator Audrey Gibson, Joyce Morgan Campaign for City Council District 1 (Arlington), Katrina Brown running for City Council District 8

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Now that the Dallas Cowboys have new life and looking towards the postseason, it looks like they may be freeing up some space and money to bring in another contributor. The Cowboys have released Michael Sam, who is aiming to be the to appear in an NFL regular-season game, from their practice squad. The Cowboys signed Sam on September 3rd giving him new life after the St. Louis Rams, who drafted Sam in the Seventh round in May, cut him following a fairly productive preseason which saw Sam stat three sacks, including one on former SEC foe Johnny Manziel.PAGE 9 THE STAR OCTOBER 25, 2014 SPORTS Florida Sports Wire AUGUSTA, Ga. Like the Jacksonville Jaguars, Paine College (1-6) passed a major milestone of their football season last victory of the season and Homecoming football game since 1962 by a score of 38-14 over Edward Waters College. The schools played to a scorein the second period. when Sean Adkinson caught a short pass from QB Tyler Mahla with 13:39 left in the second. 7 for 66 yards when at QB. Devion Laws caught two passes for 32 yards. Chris Anthony had 24 yards on two receptions for the Tigers. Deschion Baskerville out of Atlantic Beach sparked the EWC running game with 121 yards on passes for 201 yards. On defense linebacker Marquis Davis recorded an interception Joshua Bess and Joey Williams had eight tackles apiece, Williams was all solo. Anari Ragin had four. Paine would get on the board with 32-seconds left in second quarter on a Isiah Jenkins run. Austin Beamus would get Paines second score of the day when he caught a 32-yard bomb from Loranzo Hammonds to tie the game. Stephen Sawyer scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Wisdom Ndizee kicked score to 24-14. The Tigers begin a three-game home stand Saturday at 3 p.m. when they host the Newport News Apprentice School for Homecoming at Raines High School. Florida Sports Wire Photos by Laurence Green Denard Robinson rushed for 127 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown as Jacksonville beat the visiting Cleveland Browns 24-6. I saw the opening and hesitated a little bit and bounced it outside. I was like, I cant get denied, Robinson told reporters touchdown, and it was amazing. Its a great feeling to experience something that youve dreamed about your whole life. As a little kid, I thought about scoring a touchdown in the NFL, and I did it. The Jaguars overcame three Blake Bortles interceptions. He a touchdown as Jacksonville (16) capitalized on Cleveland mistakes late in the game to avoid opening 0-7 for the second consecutive season. Now Oakland is the only winless team in the NFL. I cant turn the ball over, but its something thats gonna happen. Ive got to continue to grow and learn from it, Bortles said. Rookie Storm Johnson ran for a 3-yard touchdown set up by a Brian Hoyer interception. It was Johnsons second consecutive game with a TD. Bortles threw a scoring pass to Allen Robinson, Ace Sanders 19-yard punt return in the third quarter was the longest of his career. On defense Jacksonvilles J.T. Thomas matched his career-high with seven tackles. Defensive end Chris Clemons leads the Jaguars with four sacks. Clemons has a sack in three consecutive games. Linebacker Telvin Smith picked off Hoyer. This is for the team. We worked together, we came together, and we did it, Smith said. Theres always something that we can go back and want to get better at and theres things we want to lock down even more. The Jaguars stopped the Browns on three fourth down attempts. Jacksonville opponents have scored a touchdown in the third quarter only one time over the past six games and have not scored a touchdown in the third quarter in three straight games. with six points on three extra goal in the third quarter. Scobee is 10 of 12 in seven career games against Cleveland. When you get turnovers, youve got to turn them into head coach Mike Pettine said. It was a season-high 24 points vs. Cleve2013 against Buffalo. Michael Sam JAGUARS WIN FIRST GAME OF SEASON OVER HAPLESS BROWNS, 24-6Coming off win over Bears, Dolphins visit EverBank Field on SundayJaguars fans enjoying their team being in the lead. Blake Bortles being tackled after running for a gain. Jags forcing Browns quarterback to pass quickly. Jag defenders converging on Browns running back. SCORES FROM OCTOBER 18, 2014 Elizabeth City State 27, Lincoln 26 Fayetteviillle State 34, J. C. Smith 14 Livingstone 21, Shaw 20 Virginia State 24, Bowie State 14 Virginia Union 40, Chowan 29 Winston-Salem St. 36, St. Augustines 13 Bethune-Cookman 48, Savannah St. 20 Floirda A&M 31, Howard 28 Norfolk State 21, Hampton 13 N. C. A&T 33, Delaware State 20 Alcorn State 40, Texas Southern 25 Grambling State 63, Ark-Pine Bluff 39 Prairie View 52, Miss. Valley State 19 Albany State 31, Morehouse 14 Benedict 20, Clark Atlanta 10 Central State 31, Concordia 6 Fort Valley State 24, Limestone 19 Miles 19, Kentucky State 13 Paine 38, Edward Waters 14 Black College Football Scores Roar intently keeping track of the game. Former Ravens running back Ray Rice the publication of the video of him striking his now-wife, Janay, in a casino elevator, but he could be reinstated within the next four weeks, sources said. An appeal hearing date has been set, with a tious manner thereafter, and all of that could be resolved by mid-November, which would conceivably allow Rice to sign with another team this season. him too controversial to sign, but there is every expectation his playing status will be resolved before the NFLs investigation into its handling of his case, being conducted by former FBI chief Robert Mueller, is completed. Former U.S. District Court Judge Barbara S. Jones is handling the appeal as a neutral, third-party arbitrator, and all sides in the case have agreed to a date to conduct the hearing in the near future. That date could change somewhat based on what Jones rules this week on some requests the NFLPA made to have certain materials available to them in discovery, but sources said Rices legal team has made it explicitly clear it has no desire to wait until the NFL and the NFLPAs investigations are concluded to resolve the matter of this suspension appeal. Black College Football Poll10-20-14 Week 8 1. Bethune-Cookman 6-1 2. North Carolina A&T 6-2 3. Alcorn State 6-2 4. Winston-Salem State 6-1 5. Grambling State 5-3 6. Southern University 4-3 7. South Carolina State 4-3 8. Alabama State Hornets 4-3 9. Texas Southern 5-2 10. Tennessee State 4-4

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