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THE FLORIDA STAR, NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 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 Editorial...............................1 Church..........................2 Youth News...............................3 Community.....................10 Columns.............................10 Local-Florida............................7 Sports........................8 Local-Georgia........................9 Classified...............11 Business..................................12I N S I D E Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 3617 Cant Get to the Store? Have The Star Delivered! The Florida Star, The Georgia Star! (904) 766-8834 Still The Peoples Choice! STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers. Listen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice An Award Winning Publication serving you since 1951. Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau VOLUME 67, NUMBER 38 DECEMBER 29, 2017 JANUARY 5, 2018 $1.00 President Barack Obama Final Days As U.S. President January 13, 2017 is a day the family of abducted baby Kamiyah Mobley will never forget. After years of searching, 18 years and over 2,500 tips she has been located alive and well. Craig Aiken and Shanara Mobley, were young parents on July 10, 1998, preparing for a new life with their baby. Shanara Mobley was a young 15 years old named her Kamiyah. She gave birth then at University Medical Center, today its called UF Health Jacksonville. The new parents joy would soon turn to heartbreak upon disWilliams (not pictured) from Walterboro, S.C.Jacksonville Abducted Child Located After 18 Years January 10th and 11th President Barack Obama took his last ride as President of the United States of America when he returned home to Chicago to give his farewell address at the McCormick Place Convention Center. Ribault High win the 2017 State Championship February 25, 2017, the Jean Ribault Trojans basketball team took on Lakewood High School Spartans of St. Petersburg at the Civic center in Lakeland, FL in a battle for the state championship title. The Ribault girls dominated -72, Lakewood -31. This win was the schools 12th State title. interim superintendent In 2017 the Duval County Public Schools selected a new leader after the school board voted unanimously to offer the position of superintendent temporarily to Dr. Patricia Willis. woman to run Duval County Public Schools. Adkins gets 35 years in prison for child molestation pastor Kenneth Adkins, 57, was sentenced in 2017 to 35 years in prison, plus life on probation for molesting two teenagers who attended his church in Brunswick. A jury convicted Adkins in April on eight criminal counts, including aggravated child molestation.O.J. Simpson granted parole after nearly 9 years in prisonFormer NFL star O.J. Simpson was released from the Lovelock Correctional facility in Nevada on October 1st. The now 70-yearold Simpson looked somber as his parole hearing was aired live, but smiled occasionally as the proceedings commenced. Simpson served nearly nine years for a Las Vegas hotel robbery he committed in September 2007. After being convicted on all of the 12 charges levied against him, Simpson was eventually sentenced to serve a minimum of nine years of a 33-year sentence. Donald Trump, Sexual Assault Cases Dominate 2017 HeadlinesBy Stacy M. Brown Love it or hate it, 2017 will be a year not soon forgotten. Barack Obama, a constitutional law professor, president, graciously handed the keys to the White House to a reality TV star who has been accused of sexual assault. Shortly after his inauguration, President Donald Trump began signing dozens of executive orders that threatened to rollback much of the progress that was made during the previous eight years under the Obama Administration. And, it was the Trump Administration that not only slashed funding for advertising during the open enrollment of the Affordable Care Act, but also cut the enrollment period for signing up for coverage through the federal healthcare exchange from 90 days to 45 days. Despite those challenges, the ACA, also known as Obamacare, is still the law of the land and, this year, nearly 9 million people signed up for coverage through the federal healthcare exchange. Trump, the Republicans scored a win for corporations at the expense of nearly everyone else. heavily toward tax cuts for corporations and business RZQHUV\021\003%XW\003LW\003DOVR\003H[SDQGV\003RU\003UHVWRUHV\003VRPH\003WD[\003EHQH\300\003WV\003 for individuals relative to the earlier bills passed by the House and Senate. In February, when NSA chief Mike Flynn was forced to resign after lying to Vice President Mike Pence, Trump said to then-FBI Director James Comey, I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go. As a highly-politicized investigation into whether or not Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election cut a deal to cooperate with special counsel Robert Muellers probe into Russian election meddling. Federal prosecutors charged Trumps former campaign manager various crimes, including lying to the FBI and money laundering. In June, comedian Bill Cosby went on trial for a 2004 incident involving a former Temple University employee, who claimed the star drugged and raped her. A jury failed to reach a unanimous decision and a judge, who declared a mistrial, ordered a new trial for next spring. Celebrities and media personalities including Matt Lauer, Bill OReilly, Metropolitan Opera conductor James Levine, Charlie Rose, Louis C.K. and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons were also accused of sexual harassment or assault and have either lost their jobs or stepped down from their companies. In October, celebrated movie producer Harvey Weinstein was exposed as a serial sexual harasser and abuser with more than 100 womenincluding actresses accusers. Politicians like U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore (R-Ala.), Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) and Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) also faced allegations of sexual misconduct A LOOK BACK AT SOME OF THE YEARS NEWS STORIES, IN FLORIDA, GEORGIA AND THE NATION Birthparents: Shanara Mobley, Kamiyah Mobley (aka) Alexis Manigo and Craig Aiken Kamiyah Mobley at birth Wish to give us a News Story? Call (904) 766-8834 or Send it to: FOLLOW US ON TWITTER ON FACEBOOK

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PAGE 2 THE STAR DECEMBER 30, 2017 CHURCH Faith In Our CommunityListings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com MARY H. MACKEYDecember 24, 1924 December 11, 2017Mary Hughes Mackey was born in Augusta, Georgia on December 24, 1924. She graduated from Immaculate Conception High School and attended Paine College in Augusta. Mary was the widow of George A. Mackey, a Jacksonville, FL native who passed away on November 11, 2004 during their 57th year of marriage. She retired in 1986 from the Duval County Public School System in Jacksonville after 23 years of dedicated service. She was a longtime member of St. Pius V Catholic Church. In 2015, Mary moved to Altamonte Springs, FL, where she resided until her death of natural causes on December 11, 2017. Mary is survived by her sons, Bernard A. Mackey (Orlando, FL) and David W. Mackey (Tampa, FL), her grandson, Justin P. Mackey, and her great grandson and great granddaughter, Vaughn N. and Kyra L. Mackey (Tampa, FL). Mary is also survived by a cousin, Eleanor Jones, a niece, Pearl Mackey, a grand nephew, Albert Mackey Jr., two grand nieces, Michelle Brooks and Lisa Carey, and several cousins, nieces, and nephews (Augusta, GA and Brooklyn, NY). Mary chose to donate her body to the University of Florida College of Medicine for the advancement of research and to your charity of choice or to St. Pius V Catholic Church, Jacksonville, FL. Memorial Services will be held in Jacksonville, FL at a time to be determined in early 2018. In the interim, messages of condolence may be sent to her son, David, via email at mackeydavid3406@gmail.com or via USPS at David W. Mackey, 13030 Tampa Oaks Blvd., Apt #3324, Temple Terrace, FL 33637. The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With Us GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH The Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyBishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575 Jacksonville, Florida 32206 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 Come join Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall, Sr. every Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM for Prayer Meeting and Bible StudyGreater Macedonia Baptist Church of the NorthsideSenior Pastor Dr. Landon L. Williams, Sr. Located At 1880 W. Edgewood Ave. Jacksonvile, FL 32208. Phone: (904) 764-9257 Fax: (904) 768-1736 www.gmbc.net New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church 1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208Sunday School ..............:30 a.m. SUNDAY MORNINGIntercessory Prayer .............10:45 a.m. Morning Worship ................11:00 a.m. YOUTH CHURCH 2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study .....7:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Marion A. Wise, Senior Pastor Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus (904) 764-5727 Church Email: newbethlehemmb@att.net Web: newbethlehemmb.com Staff Directory OWNER/PUBLISHER Clara McLaughlin MANAGEMENT Lonzie Leath GENERAL MANAGER Opio Sokoni SALES & MARKETING Kirkwood Hannah Follow Us!Facebook Twitter Instagram Website: GeorgiaBAILEY Norma L. B. Bailey Mar. 2, 1980 Dec. 21, 2017 BROWN Ms. Jacqueline Elaine Brown Mar. 23, 1964 Dec. 16, 2017 DAWSON Dr. Rebecca Gaston Dawson June 3, 1938 Dec. 23, 2017 ELLISON Mrs. Bettye Jean (Mincey) Ellison Nov. 2, 1936 Dec. 16, 2017 GORDON Mr. James Gordon May 24, 1934 Dec. 28, 2017 GRAY Mrs. Della Gray July 8, 1968 Dec. 23, 2017 GUY Mr. Riley Allen Guy Dec. 17, 1961 Dec. 23, 2017 PUSATERI Mr. Joseph A. Pusateri May 14, 1925 Dec. 16, 2017 WALKER Mr. Thomas Romon Walker July 11, 1961 Dec. 14, 2017 WARNER Mr. Theron A. Warner Aug. 1, 1977 Dec. 15, 2017Florida ALLEN Jacqueline Elaine Allen Apr. 05, 1959 Dec. 08, 2017 BARKLEY Margaret Lee Barkley May 17, 1943 Dec. 01, 2017 CAMILLE Norma Camille Oct. 21, 1981 Dec. 10, 2017 CARTER Deborah Ann Carter July 12, 1961 Dec. 22, 2017 CLARK Elizabeth Marie Clark Sept. 7, 1993 Dec. 7, 2017 DORN Eugene E. Dorn Nov. 30, 1956 Dec. 23, 2017 FEREBEE Rutha Lee Ferebee Jan. 21, 1959 Dec. 02, 2017 GADSDEN Fred A. Gadsden, Jr. Apr. 27, 1939 Dec. 01, 2017 GARRETT Tearra Jacara Garrett June 18, 2017 Dec. 21, 2017 HOUSE Roderick Gary House July 22, 1966 Dec. 21, 2017 JONES Cassandra G. Jones June 23, 1953 Dec. 19, 2017 KNUTSON Donna Maria Knutson Oct. 5, 1960 Dec. 16, 2017 KORSAH Mar. 7, 1943 Dec. 22, 2017 LATUNJI Joseph Latunji Feb. 4, 1955 Dec. 15, 2017 LEGGETT France B. Leggett Apr. 17, 1967 Dec. 09, 2017 MCCLOUD Jennifer R. McCloud Nov. 18, 1953 Nov. 30, 2017 MOISE Fremont Andre Moise Aug. 18, 1938 Dec. 12, 2017 MOORMAN James Aaron Moorman Oct. 13, 1974 Dec. 7, 2017 PETERSON Marenus Price Peterson Nov. 3, 1960 Dec. 15, 2017 Wanda Lanette Eady-Williams December 22, 2017 OBITUARYFlorida & GeorgiaWanda Lanette Eady-Williams, 61, transitioned from this world on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017 at the home of her sister surrounded by loved ones, after a long illness. Wanda was born in Lake City, Florida to Joyce (Eady-Brown-Terry) Sutton and the Late Frank Brown Sr. Wanda, 37 years. At an early age Wanda excelled academically winning many awards in elementary, junior and senior high, such as the Civitans, National Honor Society and Whose Who Highschool Leaders. After graduating from Jean Ribault Highschool Wanda went on to attend the Florida Community College Jacksonville and the University of Florida. Wanda had a passion for helping others to heal, build and change their lives which led to her choosing and excelling supervisory and training positions. Wanda was an avid reader of the newspaper and was always ready to give insight, information and share the next big event be it sports, investing or the next best shopping deal. She motivated and stood on the sidelines of our lives cheering us on, challenging us, being brave when we could not be, so that we could one day believe in family and her friends. Wanda leaves to mourn all whose lives she touched but most intimately her loving husband Genius Genard Williams, four (4) devoted daughters Tara Sutton, Tamara (Jeremy) OCane, Teressa (Andregus Sr.) McReynolds and Tomeka Williams, grandchildren Tyra Sutton-Cole, Tianna McReynolds, Keondra McReynolds, Isaiah OCane Andregus McReynolds Jr, Genard Williams, Jenay Williams, Gabriel Shuler and Brianna Kendrick beloved mother Joyce E. Frank Leon Brown and Daniel Brown. Two very special nephews Renaldo Alvin Evans and Daniel Hall Jr. whom she shared many a story, practical joke and laughter, Uncles Richard Eady and Ernest Powell, Grand Uncle Chester (Yvonne) Childs, Grand Aunt Louise Cobb, Brother In-Laws Preodlia (Gayle) Williams, Daniel (Connie) Hall Sr., Goddaughter Ivy Irvin, God-sisters Rosa Lang and Cheryl Williams and nieces, cousins and longtime friends and colleagues. Wanda was preceded in death by her mother-in-law Sara Hall. ANNOUNCEMENTS Schedule of Events and Services D. W. Perkins Unity Day Luncheon Thursday January 4, 2018 12PM 1:15 PM River City Brewing Company 835 Museum Cir. Jacksonville, Fl. 32207 This is the information on Martin Luther King Parade January 15, 2018 www.mlkfdnorg.com Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast Saturday January 13, 2018 8:00 AM Emmanuel Missionary Bpt. Church 2407 Rev S L Badger Jr Cir, Jacksonville, FL 32209 Martin Luther King Service Monday January 15, 2018 7:00 PM Mt Zion Bpt. Church 4835 Soutel Dr. Jacksonville, Fla. 32208

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DECEMBER 30, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 3 House Passes Wilson Language to Protect Seniors in Nursing Homes during Natural Disasters The House of Representatives passed H.R. 4667, an $81 billion disaster aid package December 21, 2017. The package includes language provided by Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson to protect seniors in nursing homes during natural disasters. Hurricanes are as much a part of Floridas ecosystem as its coral reefs, so we must be as proactive as possible in how we prepare for these inevitable storms. Such planning will help us save lives and reduce recovery costs, the congresswoman said. Congresswoman Wilsons language requires the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide training and guidance annually that will ultimately assist nursing homes and long term care facilities to better prepare for power outages during a major natural disaster or other emergency and return to functioning status following such events. The congresswomans language was in fact a direct response to the multiple-day delay in restoring power at the Rehabilitation Center in Hollywood Hills, which resulted in the deaths of 14 residents, the majority of whom were senior citizens. says: Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency shall provide guidance and training on an annual basis to State, Tribal, and local and utility companies on (1) the need to prioritize assistance to hospitals, nursing homes, and other long-term care facilities to ensure that such health care facilities remain functioning or return to functioning as soon as practicable during power outages caused by natural hazards, including severe weather events; and (2) how hospitals, nursing homes and other long-term care facilities should adequately prepare for power outages during a major disaster or emergency. Congresswoman Woman to protect seniors and others who rely on nursing homes for care. When Congress returns in mandate generators in nursing homes and prioritize nursing homes and long-term care facilities for power restoration following a disaster or emergency, and to award grants to nursing homes and longterm care facilities to help them purchase a generator or prepare for an emergency power outage. Since the tragic deaths of 14 residents of the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, the congresswoman has taken several steps to improve nursing home emergency preparedness in her state and across the nation, including a district town hall meeting at which she launched a long-term care emergency response task force at long-term care facilities and in Miami on nursing homes emergency preparedness and response to disasters. In a letter to Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) and Ranking Member Richard Neal (D-Mass.), Congresswoman Wilson, joined by Congresswoman Ileana RosLehtinen (R-Fla.), called on the committee to investigate the tragedy at Hollywood Hills so that lawmakers can understand what led to such can prevent such a tragedy in the future. Congresswoman Wilson and 36 House members also have written to the heads of the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to urge the agencies to consider additional regulations requiring some nursing homes to possess alternate energy sources that can sustain heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems and to maintain a fuel supply that will last for at least seven days. The lawmakers also are calling on the agencies to consider regulations that would encourage state and local municipalities to warehouse additional alternate energy sources they can easily access in the event that their emergency plans fail. In addition, the Florida Democrat plans to introduce legislation that will require nursing homes and other longterm care facilities that receive federal funding and resources to have a backup generator or other power source to protect residents, particularly senior citizens, from severe weather conditions. The family and friends of the 14 people who died as a result of the Hollywood Hills nursing homes negligence are to celebrate this holiday season and bring in the New Year without their loved ones. As lawmakers it is our duty to do all that we can to mitigate the possibility of such a disaster ever happening again otherwise, the negligence will be ours, she said. On December 22, 2017, Governor Rick Scott announced that the Jacksonville area added 18,400 new private-sector jobs in the last year. Jacksonvilles unemployment rate was 3.6 percent in November, down 1.1 percentage points from one year ago. Statewide, Florida businesses created 13,900 new jobs in November and the unemployment rate remained at 3.6 percent, the lowest rate in more than a decade. Since December 2010, Florida businesses have created 1,465,800 new private-sector jobs Governor Scott said, The Jacksonville areas low unemployment rate and addition of more than 18,000 new jobs is great news for First Coast families. Statewide, nearly 1.5 million jobs have been created since December 2010 and we will keep working to secure Floridas future as the best place for job creators and families to succeed. The industries with the highest growth over the year in Jacksonville were trade, transportation and utilities with 8,400 new jobs and professional and business services with 3,700 new jobs. The Jacksonville area once again rounded out demand, with 20,620 openings, and ranked fourth-highest for number of high-skill, highwage STEM occupations with 5,794 job openings. In the last year, 199,000 people entered Floridas labor force, a growth of 2.0 percent. This rate is nearly three times the national labor force growth rate of only 0.7 percent. In November, 16,990 Floridians were placed in jobs by CareerSource Northeast Florida and the states other 23 local workforce boards. To view the November 2017 employment data visit www. floridajobs.org/labor-marketinformation/labor-marketinformation-press-releases/ monthly-press-releases. Story and Photo courtesy of coj.net. Gov. Scott: Jacksonville Area Added More Than 18,000 New Jobs Over The Year More News Calls for Early Prostate Cancer Screening of Black Men May Get a Boost From HIFU Technology By Brian J. Miles, MD Urology Houston Methodist Urology Associates Professor of Urology, Institute for Academic Medicine Houston Methodist Weill Cornell Medical CollegeAfrican American men who delay testing or treatment for prostate cancer run greater risks with their health than other males because they are roughly 1.6 times more likely to develop the disease than white men, and also more than twice more likely to die from it than white men. In light of those statistics, a recent study in Cancer a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society (ACS) recommends that black men should be screened for prostate cancer more often and at a younger age. The conventional wisdom that early screening of typically slow-growing prostate cancer can lead to over-treatment. The recommendations of the ACS study may get a needed boost from a relatively new ultrasound treatment procedure known as HIFU. It can give men piece of mind when they go to the doctor because HIFU (which stands for High Intensity Focused Ultrasound) is a minimally invasive procedure for ablating (removing) prostate tissue, which minimizes the dreaded side For the vast number of men diagnosed with localized prostate cancer (that has not metastasized), HIFU ablation may be a more appealing option than the choices these patients have had in the past. For decades, two choices: radiation therapy or radical surgery to remove the entire prostate, which recently over the past decade, men with less aggressive disease have had the option to choose active surveillance, but with the risk of there being progression of the cancer. surveillance, which can be stressful, and radical whole gland ablation. HIFU bridges the gap and allows patients to maintain their quality of life. Older African-American men who are not candidates for prostate cancer surgery could African-American men who are susceptible to the disease may be willing to get tested earlier if they know they have the HIFU option, which may enable them to avoid the impotence or incontinence that can result from prostate surgery or radiotherapy. HIFU works by directing high-frequency area within the prostate. In 2015, the FDA cleared HIFU for prostate tissue ablation. In addition to the use of HIFU at the University of Chicago Medicine, urologists at Duke University, Cleveland Clinic, Houston Methodist Hospital, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, USC and Weill Cornell Medicine, (among other hospitals/medical centers) are increasingly using HIFU. According to the Urology Care Foundation, more than 90% of men who are told they have prostate cancer, have localized disease, meaning a majority of these patients procedure like HIFU. Notably this summer, the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recognized the HIFU procedure and reimbursement for Medicare patients who choose the HIFU option. In Europe and around the world, HIFU has been used to treat more than 45,000 patients with encouraging results in terms of both survival rates and quality of life. For instance, a multicenter study conducted by the French Association of Urology (AFU) showed optimal preservation of continence for 97 percent of patients and erectile function for more than 78 percent of men. As these European studies have shown so far, ablation with HIFU has achieved a good HIFU is a step in the right direction for patients. To learn more about prostate ablation and HIFU go to www.hifu-prostate.com. From January 4 through 20, Publix customers and associates can support Special Olympics by purchasing a Torch Icon at the register CLERMONT, FLA. Publix Super Markets and Procter & Gamble are helping customers save money all while supporting Special Olympics Florida. From January 4 through 20, 2018, Publix customers and associates will be able to make a donation to Special Olympics Florida at the register and in turn will receive a special Torch Icon that includes exclusive savings on Procter & Gamble brands including Tide, Gain, Bounty, Charmin, Gillette, Venus, Pampers, Luvs, Olay, Ivory, Vicks DayQuil or NyQuil. Donations can be made for as little as $1, $3, $5 or $10, and all donors will receive $14 in coupon savings. For 45 years, we have shared the vision of Special Olympics and have been proud supporters, along with our partners at Procter & Gamble, and our loyal customers, said Maria Brous Publix direc tor of media and community relations. Together, since 1993, we have raised more than $40 million for Special Olympics. We take great pride in and thank our customers and associates for making a positive impact throughout the commu nities we serve. changing opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities to achieve their fullest potential through sports training and competition. Special Olympics Florida serves more than 42,000 athletes who compete at local, state, national and worldwide levels. In addition to training and competition for these athletes, Special Olympics Florida provides $2 million in free medical exams for thousands of Floridians with intellectual disabilities through its health programs, including much needed access to free prescription glasses and hearing ther spread the message of inclusion, respect and advocacy in 167 schools and 14 universities throughout Florida. Our athletes are able to achieve greatSpecial Olympics Florida Chief Execu support from Publix, Procter & Gamble and the thousands of Florida shoppers who donate at the register, we are able to reach more adults and children in Florida with opportunities, critical services and support they need to thrive. To learn more about Special Olympics Florida and the 2018 #LightTheTorch Publix campaign, please visit https://pro motionpg.com/special-olympics. PUBLIX AND PROCTER & GAMBLE PARTNER TO #LIGHTTHETORCH FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS FLORIDA

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PAGE 4 THE STAR DECEMBER 30, 2017 Photo courtesy of Getty ImagesFAMILY FEATURES When cold winds blow, its essential to take extra steps to protect your health. ere are a number of techniques that can help keep your immunity high and your body in good condition to support wellness all season long so that you can enjoy the chillier months. eres no magic formula for feeling your best, but consulting your health care provider is always a good idea when youre contemplating new ideas to promote better health. Get up and moving Without frequent use, muscles and joints can weaken and grow sti, limiting your mobility. Exercise is also an important step in balancing your caloric intake, and physical activity gets your blood pumping, which has numerous benets for heart health. e Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a minimum of 150 minutes each week (or 30 minutes per day, at least ve days each week) of moderate activity, such as a brisk walk, yoga class or bike ride. Additionally, winter brings fewer hours of sunlight during the day, and per the National Sleep Foundation, darkness naturally causes the brain to release melatonin, a hormone that triggers sleepiness. Exercise can counteract this drowsiness, as the endorphins released through physical activity cause a natural increase in energy levels. Studies show that endorphins can also elicit positive feelings and reduce the perception of pain, which can lower stress levels to help keep you mentally and physically well. Spice up your routine with herbal supplementsWhether to supplement your diet with additional vitamins and nutrients or to give you a specic, targeted boost, herbal supplements can help support overall health. For example, the supplement turmeric, derived from root extracts of the Curcuma longa plant, is widely regarded to have numerous positive health implications. Since 2013, turmeric has dominated the market as the top-selling ingredient in herbal supplements, said Chris Oswald, licensed nutritionist at Natures Way. As research on turmeric grows, consumers continue to recognize the health benets of this amazing botanical. Turmeric can be added to several foods, but to ensure a steady, adequate dose, Oswald recommends a turmeric-based herbal supplement, like the Turmerich line from Natures Way. e line combines a blend of premium ingredients in two unique formulas, Turmerich Heart and Turmerich Joint. Both supplements feature turmeric extract along with a strong suite of herbal and specialty ingredients for comprehensive, targeted support. Each supplement uses 400 milligrams of standardized turmeric root extract per serving to boost ingredient potency, maximizing potential health benets. Get ample restAdequate sleep allows the body to rejuvenate itself naturally, promoting a better mood, improved system function and increased stamina throughout the day. e National Sleep Fast Facts on TurmericAs a root native to Southeast Asia, turmeric has played a role in Chinese and Indian medicinal traditions since ancient times. Here are some other facts you may not know about this botanical: Turmeric is a relative of the ginger root.Turmeric adds the yellow color to foods such as Indian curry and yellow mustard, and is often used as a dye for its rich pigment. When dried and ground, the underground stem of the turmeric plant can be used to make capsules, tablets, teas, oils and more. Foundation recommends older adults get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night for optimal health. Beyond a good nights sleep, be sure to take some mental downtime, too, to minimize stress and anxiety, both of which can have a negative impact on your health. Find ways to relax through meditation, reading or listening to soothing music, which can help rest your mind and body.Boost immunity Fresh fruits and vegetables oer vitamins and minerals that can play an important role in immune health. Studies have shown that vitamin C, which is found naturally in several fruits, is essential for stimulating growth and repair in the body. During the winter months, when fresh fruit can be harder to nd, supplements like Echinacea & Vitamin C from Natures Way can be another source of vitamin C. Maintain skin healthAs the bodys largest organ and the rst line of defense against physical harm, the skin is particularly susceptible to wear and tear. During the winter, frequent exposure to harsh elements, from dry air to biting sleet, can have serious impacts on skin health. You can take steps to minimize painful redness and akiness or cracking by regularly moisturizing your skin with fragrance-free lotions and herbal oils. ey can create a protective barrier between your skin tissue and potential pollutants and irritants, and should be applied generously to areas that are most likely to be exposed, like your hands and face. Also remember to bundle up to prevent the impact of stinging winds, and avoid unnecessary time outdoors when conditions are especially harsh. Find more winter wellness tools at naturesway.com or Facebook.com/NaturesWayBrands.

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DECEMBER 30, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 5 Happy Holidays 2017 Year In Review Undated photo of the late Bishop Eddie Long Bishop Eddie LongBishop Eddie Lee Long former Pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Georgia died January 15, 2017 at age 54. Long, the larger than life preacher who often showcased of gastrointestinal cancer. Although he grew 25,000, his legacy had been tainted by sexual allegations brought forth by male members of his church and being the focus of a Senate from his ministrys tax exempt status. He was the mega-pastor settled the sexual allegations suits against him out of court for undisclosed amounts. Hurricane Harvey ripped through Texas after making landfall on August 25, 2017 winds) on the Gulf of Texas just north of Corpus was felt for months after the storm, as Texans waterlogged residences. Houston Texas was one life-sustaining resources for weeks. Although rebuilding has begun, it has been reported it may take years for the areas impacted to fully Dick Gregory, a pioneering comedian, author, and civil rights activist, died August 19, 2017. Dick Gregory Comedian & Activist Dick Gregory, a pioneering comedian, author, and 84. He was admitted to Sibley Memorial Hospital in book entitled Nigger: An Autobiography. During Pastor Rodney J Washington Rodney J. Washington, founder and former Pastor of church circuit after being mentored by the late Bishop C.D. Kinsey. Sources stated he pastored frequented by celebrities. He was well known on The Word Network and Trinity Broadcasting Networks in addition to being a published author of two titles. According to his family, he was most known for the Hurricane Irma Hurricane Irma was the fourth storm and second major hurricane of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season. The storm made landfall in Cudjoe Key storm bringing winds up to and at times in excess of 130 mph. This storm system impacted nearly the Pastor Rodney J. Washington, founder and former Pastor of Titus Harvest Dome Spectrum Hurricane Irmas impact this garage of a northside home September 12, 2017 Photo credit: Debby Wong Kennedy died May 23, 2017 at the age of 48 in Orlando, reported shortly before his death that suggested he expired due to heart reported he was alone when he died. Seattle Seahawks and was inducted 2012. Serena Williams Photo credit: Debby Wong The Good & The Bad It has been a stellar year for tennis great Serena Williams. Olympia Ohanian Jr. into the world. Just two months later,

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PAGE 6 THE STAR DECEMBER 30, 2017 w w w b e a u t y i n r o y a l t y c o m H a i r p r o d u ct s L o c j e w e l r y S k i n ca r e H a n d b a g s H o m e a cc e s s o r i e s @ A f r i c a n V i l l a g e B a z a a r L a s t S u n d a y o f t h e M o n t h i n t h e R i t z Domestic Terrorism In Charlottesville, Va.On August 21, a 20-year-old man from Ohio allegedly rammed his car into a group of people gathered to protest a white nationalist rally, killing a 32-year old woman and injuring 19 others. If James Alex Fields Jr., of Maumee, Ohio, indeed intended to harm the counter-protesters, then his act deserves to be branded domestic terrorism.The attack in Charlottesville deploying a car as a weapon is a new twist for right-wing terrorists in the United States.Grandparents and Grandson Shot To Death In Their Brunswick, Georgia HomeIn June 2017, Brunswick Police discovered the bodies of couple Carson Holliman, 64 his wife Vondell Holliman, 63 and their adult grandson Christopher Holliman, 24. The police were summoned to the residence at 1:13 p.m. on Sunday to perform a welfare check. Police determined the victims of a homicide. Keisha Lance Bottoms Wins Atlanta Mayoral RaceIn a runoff election that drew into relief questions of race and political party allegiance, a black Democrat held a 759vote lead over a white independent after the initial vote count early Wednesday to be the next mayor of Atlanta. Keisha Lance Bottoms, an attorney and city councilwoman representing a predominantly black southwest district of the city, declared victory in a speech to supporters. Dreams do come true, she said. Buckhead, asked for recount, saying absentee ballots from the military had not been counted and that the number of provisional ballots was still not known. Atlanta has long promoted itself as a cradle of the civil rights movement and a mecca of black opportunity, and it has elected African American mayors since 1973. Some top trending news stories of 2017, according to Google DACA On September 5, President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, an Obama-era policy that shields from deportation nearly 800,000 young immigrants living in the country illegally after being brought to the U.S. as minors. April the GiraffeThe 40-minute video of a giraffe giving birth at Animal Adventure Park in New York went viral in April. At least 1.2 million people watched the Adventure Parks YouTube streaming of the event. The newborn was Animal Adventure Parks Solar Eclipseon August 21, a solar eclipse crossed the US from coast to coast, making for spectacular views of the celestial event of the century. Las Vegas ShootingOn October 1, a of a hotel in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and injuring more than 500 more at a countrymusic concert. It was the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. The attack renewed Americas ongoing debate over gun control, with particular interest in the use of bump stocks, which allowed Despite Roy Moore Protest Senate in decades. the protests of Republican Roy Moore, who lost to Jones by about 1.5 percentage points but claims that massive voter fraud tipped the scales. Parkinsons Diagnosis In 2017In 2017, Reverend Jesse Jacksons Parkinsons disease diagnosis caught many by surprise, but those who know threatening challenge before him. Hes in the rumble of his life, but hes rumbled some big foes before, said Vincent Hughes, a Democratic state senator from Pennsylvania who campaigned for Jackson in 1984 and again in 1988. Hughes said that Jacksons campaigns were birthed in the Black empowerment movement that followed the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Im one of those African Americans, who took ofrespects, our leader and he still is. Roy Moore and Doug Jones Keisha Lance Bottoms Rev. Jesse Jackson

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DECEMBER 30, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 7 LOCAL News You Can Use from State Senator Audrey Gibson 2017 Legislative Year In Review Opening Prayer by Bishop Leofric W. Thomas Sr., Open Arms Christian Fellowship, Chaplain of the Day My bill SB 440: Notaries Public passed and was signed by The Governor. The new law notarize documents. Space, and Domestic Security committee, I was pleased to host Military Day at The Capitol with Senate President Joe Negron and members of Montford Point Marines. Capitol Rally with colleagues to pass Equal Pay for Women Act Flight tour with TraumaOne Services at UF Health Early Learning Coalition of Duval Darnell Barnes II, 2018 Arts in the Capitol Competition winner from J.E.B. Stuart Middle School. Three Faces of Me Honored to become Senate Democratic Leader-Designate for the 20182020 legislative term. Along with Representative Davis, I presented a $3.9 million check to Edward Waters College and Criminal Justice Institute With Disaster SNAP Post Hurricane Irma Inaugural Jobs for You! Community Job Fair Prepping NAS Jax Multiple Commands for Senior visits With Command Master Chief Commands from NAS Jax NAS Jax command volunteer serving cookies and cocoa to seniors One of the real joys of the season is the opportunity to say THANK YOU & HAPPY HOLIDAYS! From Committee to Session to Irma, to events in the community, I am honored to serve you in the Florida Senate to the fullest each and every day. Thank you again! I wish you a happy and prosperous New Year!Year In Review: Enjoy your holidays and as always, it is an Honor and a Pleasure to serve you in the Florida Senate! Sincerely, Audrey Gibson State Senator District 6 Feature Story Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White Parkway Story by Marsha Dean Phelts Pictures by Michael R. PheltsOn Saturday, December 23, 2017 the Jacksonville City Council represented by Councilman Reginald Brown Council District 8 unveiled the Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White Parkway Marker. For Norma Ruth, the only child of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert (Ruth Cummings) Solomon, honors and accolades have been rightfully bestowed upon her from the cradle. Jacksonville enjoys the distinction as the birth place and home town of Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White. Normas childhood summers were spent studying piano and baritone horn at Juilliard School of Music in New York City while her mother worked on her masters degree at Columbia University. Graduating with honors from A. L. Lewis Junior High School and Stanton High School, Norma Ruth Solomon at the age of 15 entered her freshman year at Florida A & M University. She was crowned Miss Kappa Teen winning the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Scholarship. At FAMU Norma of the renowned Marching 100 Band and years later was the Marching 100 Band. While working on her masters degree at Columbia place in a conducting contest and was honored to lead a performance of the Columbia University Symphony Orchestra. In her chronicle procession, Norma continued to wear crowns and titles of success and achievement as routinely as day Ruth Solomon bore titles as for the Duval County School System and later became the Music Coordinator as well as Coordinator of the Duval County Magnet School Programs. In 1958 Norma Solomon was wed to Alvin White who at the time was Pole marc (president) of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Continuously since 1952 Norma has served the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority through the ranks. She has served as Basileus (president) graduate advisor, South Atlantic Regional Director and by the 2000 Millennium year, Norma Ruth Solomon White brought honor to the City of Jacksonville Blazing New Trails as the First Supreme Legacy 25th Supreme Basileus (International president of the sorority). In keeping with family tradition, many daughters and sons follow their parents and close family when they choose to pledge fraternal groups. But Norma Ruth Solomon White and her mother, Ruth Cummings Solomon made history in 1998 when they became the \277UVW\003VXSUHPH\003PRWKHU\020GDXJKWHU\003 legacy in the then ninety years of Alpha Kappa Alpha. Along with her son, Marcel Kevin White and her granddaughter, Danielle L. White, The Florida Star Newspaper is also supremely proud of Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White, our sweetheart, who made records while braving uncharted paths, breaking through glass ceilings and erasing barriers of gender and race. What an honor it is for us to drive along the Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White Parkway on in front of the AKA house, originally built for AME Bishop Henry Young Tookes in 1939. Congratulations Dr. White. We all salute you. Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White, 25th Supreme Basileus Norma Ruth Solomon, Miss Kappa Alpha Psi

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PAGE 8 THE STAR DECEMBER 30, 2017 SPORTS Jags Have Decisions To Make Ahead of Season Finale vs. TitansBy Adesina O. Koiki Can you tell a football team that has played with a collective chip on its shoulder since Thats the unique situation the Tennessee Titans in Nashthe AFC South division title locked in Jacksonville as the offs start no matter the result in Nashville and no matter the results elsewhere around the sure to silence any doubts about theres not a lot of talk about it tice squad to cover for the althat was returned for a touchdown in the second quarter as boiled over early as cameras Jackson and cornerback Aaron the sidelines after a 49ers scorAnother reason why Jacksonwere outclassed by the Titans made the score a little more will be the antithesis of positive PRPHQWXP\021 \264:KHQ\003ZH\003ZHQW\003RYHU\003>WKH\003 SOD\\000RII\003VLWXDWLRQ@\017\003,\003VDLG\017\003\266+H\)65(\017\003 OLVWHQ\017\003ZH\267UH\003JRLQJ\003WR\003ERXQFH\003 EDFN\017\003ZH\267UH\003JRLQJ\003WR\003ZRUN\003RXU\003 >EXWWV@\003RII\003WKLV\003ZHHN\003DQG\003ZH\267UH\003 JRLQJ\003WR\003JR\003RXW\003DQG\003ZLQ\003WKLV\003 JDPH\003DQG\003ZLQ\003WKLV\003TXDUWHU\017\267\265\003 \000DUURQH\003VDLG\017\003UHIHUULQJ\003WR\003WKH\003 -DJXDUV\003EHLQJ\003\025\020\024\003VR\003IDU\003LQ\003WKH\003 \300\003QDO\003IRXU\003JDPHV\003RI\003WKH\003VHDVRQ\021\003 That was pretty much the conwhat we wanted to do and what we wanted to accomplish this the two teams immediately will clinch a playoff spot with but a loss opens the door for the By Debby Wong here are some sports stories that The Jacksonville Jaguars sonville where he served as team to two AFC Championpresident and has made winNew Florida State Head Coach Fisher led the Seminoles to seasons in his Tallahassee as well as three ACC chamJacksonville Sharks After seven successful years Sharks announced on NovemThe Atlanta Falcons Make SuperBowl 51 The Falcons clinched the NFC South Division with an Packers to advance to Super in the third quarter when the Georgia Bulldogs Win SEC Championship tory in the Southeastern ConTwo New Stadiums in Atlanta pose retractable roof stadium years of construction on Auwhich was the Falcons home dium now holds the record of Barely 20 years after the ballpark for the Atlanta Braves By Adesina O. Koiki that another thriller awaits the coupled with a Seattle Seahawks Even with the do-or-die nalast weeks loss to the New Orcontest and made seven catches Even with Jones not operatseem too concerned about the So as far as the thumb and ers on the offensive side of the has played well in the month of for concern because they all are certain weeks sometimes were which the Panthers rushed for lanta and the New Orleans Saints ORVH\003LQ\003DPSD\003%D\)64.9(\021 :KLOH\003WKH\003GLYLVLRQ\003WLWOH\003LV\003 QR\003ORQJHU\003LQ\003SOD\)65(\017\003XLQQ\003OLNHV\003 WKH\003SRVLWLRQ\003WKH\003\DUH\003LQ\017\003 KDYLQJ\003WR\003ZLQ\003WR\003JHW\003LQWR\003WKH\003 SRVWVHDVRQ\021 \264:HOO\017\003,\267P\003YHU\\000FRQ\300\003GHQW\017\265\003 VDLG\003XLQQ\021\003\264\XV\003WR\003JR\003>WR\003WKH\003 SOD\\000RIIV@\017\003ZH\267YH\003JRW\003WR\003RZQ\003WKLV\003 ZHHN\021\003%XW\003,\003GR\003NQRZ\003IURP\003WKLV\003 JURXS\003DOO\003WKH\003WKLQJV\003WKDW\003PDNH\003XV\003 XQLTXH\017\003DQG\003SOD\\000PDNHUV\003RQ\003DOO\003 WKUHH\003SKDVHV\017\003KRZ\003WR\003IHDWXUH\003WKH\003 JX\\000V\021\003:H\267YH\003JRW\003D\003ORW\003RI\003FRQ\300\003\020 GHQFH\003DV\003D\003JURXS\003EHFDXVH\003WKH\\000YH\003 worked hard to put us in a spot where we dont have to rely on WinOr Else: Falcons Playoff Spot On The Line vs. Panthers Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan the Jacksonville Jaguars who NOTABLE SPORTS STORIES OF 2017

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Tint www.tyson.com Tyson Foods is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative Action Employer. All qualied applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.BEGINNING NOW, APPLY ONLINE FOR HOURLY PRODUCTION JOBSCONTACT: To apply for this opportunity and view all current opportunities with Tyson Foods, please visit our website www.tysonfoodscareers.com. If you dont have internet access, visit a local employment center or public library. Name Hourly Production Ad Size 2"x5 Proof Date 12/21/17 Spell Check Performed: JJ EMPLOYMENT Answers from 12-23-17

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