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Florida star

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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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Jacksonville, FL
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Florida Star Pub. Co., Clara McLaughlin-Leath - Owner\Publisher
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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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NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 Editorial...............................1 Church..........................2 Youth News...............................3 Community.....................10 Columns.............................10 Local-Florida............................7 Sports........................8 Local-Georgia........................9 Classified...............11 Business..................................12 Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 3617 Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers. Listen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice Corrine Browns Appeals Lawyer is a Super Lawyer VOLUME 67, NUMBER 39 JANUARY 6 JANUARY 12, 2018 $1.00 By Opio Lumumba Sokoni Former congresswoman Corrine Appealing Prison Sentence During Appeal and Juror Removal ITS BEGINNING TO SNOW OUTSIDE Keisha Lance Bottoms Sworn In As Atlanta New Mayor By Denise Williams Katrina Brown & Family Business Investigated Council Woman Katrina Brown, District 8 Doug Jones Selects a Black Chief of Staff Dana GreshamPlease see Brown, page 6 Ocala Police Gunshot Walter Bernard Pressley Snow in Savannah, Georgia on GOOD LUCK IN THE WILD CARD ROUND PLAYOFFS! #SACKSONVILLE TO THE JACKSONVILLE JAGUARSON WINNING THE AFC SOUTH DIVISION TITLE!

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PAGE 2 THE STAR JANUARY 6, 2018 CHURCH Faith In Our CommunityListings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com By Kathrina TiangcoSome churchgoers are saying that the black church isnt helping the black community much in terms of social, economic, and political advancement. A research states that as of 2013 over a total of $420 billion has already been donated to the black church which averages an estimate of $12 billion per year. The Leadership Network gives out a report on megachurches as well as other churches. Almost 100% of the churchs income comes for donations while 60% on these numbers, it is safe to say that the money the church receives including the black church is spent on compensating the people who are managing and operating the church organization. Meanwhile, people are expecting their donations to reach the poor communities. Many commentators and bloggers are suggesting that the $12 billion budget received by the black church from donations should be invested instead in various projects. The money should be allocated to black homes and help students get into college. At the same time, it should be used to feed black homeless people in the community. Money could be reinvested to help Maggie Anderson, who is also known as the Buying Black Expert to redirect the money into more productive sectors in the black community. This will also help create more black jobs. There is an argument about a policy that states churches exemptions because this would mean handing over an estimated amount of $20 billion to the government yearly. Meanwhile, other people including supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement church isnt helping out the community enough, especially when it comes to progression. Many BLM supporters feel that the black church remains passive in political and social against police brutality. They believe that the presence of the black community is not strong enough to help them between the black churchs involvement in social and political issues today is a far cry from its glory days during the civil rights movement. During the civil rights era, the black churchs voice could be heard loud and clear. They became one of the prominent forces who fought for the African-American people during the time of oppression. The arguments, suggestions, and discussions above are based on the impact of the black church in terms of economic, social, and political factors that surround the African American community in the U.S. Source: http://naturallymoi. com Read the original story via Black Enterprise. 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: Simeon Booker to Be Memorialized at Washington National Cathedral Jan 29 A memorial service for trailblazing civil rights journalist Simeon Booker will be held on Monday, January 29, 2018, his wife, Carol McCabe Booker, has announced. The service is scheduled for 10 a.m. at the Washington National Cathedral, 3101 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Booker, a journalistic icon, died Dec. 10 at the age of 99. Bookers more than half-century of civil rights reporting, most notably the brutal murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in Mississippi, helped propel the civil rights struggle onto the front pages of newspapers across the country which had long ignored the oppression of Black Americans. Previously, time black reporter at the Washington Post. donations may be made to the Simeon Booker Scholarship at Youngstown State University. All gifts designated for this minority scholarship are matched by the Youngstown State U Foundation, to which checks should be payable, at 655 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio 44502. The biography of Simeon Booker is documented as follows at TheHistoryMakers. org: Magazine and newspaper reporter Simeon Saunders Booker, Jr. was born on August 27, 1918, in Baltimore, Maryland to Roberta Waring and Simeon Saunders Booker, Sr., a YMCA director and minister. After his family moved to Youngstown, Ohio, Booker became interested in journalism through a family friend, Carl Murphy, the owner and operator of Baltimores The Afro American Newspapers. In 1942, after receiving his B.A. degree in English from Virginia Union University in Richmond, Booker took a job at the The Afro American Newspapers as a young reporter. In 1945, he moved back to Ohio to work for the Call and Post. Five years later, Booker was the recipient of the Nieman Fellowship from Harvard University to study journalism and develop his talent as a reporter. After leaving Harvard in 1951, time black reporter at The Washington Post. In 1954, Booker was hired by the Johnson Publishing Company to report on current events in its weekly digest, Jet. In 1955, Booker helped and the entire Civil Rights Movement with his famous coverage of the Emmett Till murder and trial, turning an all too familiar event in the Deep South into a national tragedy that united the black community. Booker remained on the dangerous front lines of the Civil Rights Movement, reporting on the 1957 integration of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. In 1961, Booker rode with the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE) Freedom Riders through the Deep South. When the Anniston, Alabama, Booker arranged the Freedom Riders evacuation with U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Continuing his work of in-depth reporting, Booker toured Vietnam and interviewed General Westmoreland for Jet in the mid-1960s. In 1964, Booker outlined the importance of the ongoing Civil Rights Movement in his book, Black Mans America. Booker covered every Presidential election since the Eisenhower Administration Johnson Publishing until he retired in 2007. Among his journalistic holdings, Booker has also authored four books. They include a 2013 memoir, Shocking the Conscience: A Reporters Account of the Civil Rights Movement, which was co-written with his wife, Carol McCabe Booker. In 1982, Booker received one of the most prestigious awards in journalism, the National Press Clubs Fourth Estate Award. Booker was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Newspaper Publishers Association, The Black Press of America, in 2007. The National Association of Black Journalists inducted Booker into its Hall of Fame in 2013. He also received a career George Polk Award for lifetime achievements in journalism and the top award among journalists upon the 70th Anniversary of the Capital Press Club, proclaiming him Dean of Black Journalists, Iconic Trailblazer for Justice in America. He is survived by his wife, Carol, and four children, Theodore Booker, Simeon Booker III, James Booker, and Theresa Booker. triceedneywire.com 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 The Role of the Black Church in Present Day Economic, Social, and Political Issues Florida & GeorgiaRICHARDSON Lee Richardson, Sr. Dec. 23, 1923 Dec. 20, 2017 RIVERS Michael Angelo Rivers May 23, 1960 Dec. 17, 2017 ROCHE Alma Jean Roche Aug. 25, 1939 Dec. 02, 2017 THOMAS Deacon Albert Thomas Oct. 07, 1925 Dec. 14, 2017 Alice Mae Criswell, Sunrise: June 26, 1947; Sunset: December 30, 2017. Service: St. Marys Missionary Baptist Church, Alachua, Florida at 12 noon, January 13, 2018.

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JANUARY 6, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 3 More News Move Over Safely Its the Law! By: Audrey Gibson With less driver training in our schools, and extended license renewals, its easy not to keep up with old or new rules of the road. Many dont quite know what to do even when emergency vehicles are approaching. Somehow something has been lost in transition that you must move over safely and stop until the vehicles pass. Its not optional, its the law! Likewise, the law is clear that you must slow down and move over for law enforcement, emergency, sanitation, utility service vehicles and tow trucks or wreckers, that are stopped on the roadside and displaying any visible signs, while attending to whatever situation is taking place. If you cant move over safely, slow down to a speed that is 20 mph less than the posted speed limit. Slow to 5 mph for a posted speed of 20 mph or less. Violating the Move Over law will reing record. Move Over Law Floridas Move Over law was enacted in 2002 and additional language was added as late as 2014. The changes were made to protect individuals driving service type vehicles because of deaths, injuries and crashes, even in local neighborhoods. A report issued by the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) in early 2017 found the number of total crashes involving failure to move over increased 26 percent between 2015 and 2016, and 50 percent between 2013 to 2016. In 2016, there were 19,078 Move Over citations written, with Duval County one of the violation citations written! Increased Violations Rising numbers in move-over law violations largely means that individuals are being run over or nearly so while helping others. One could also draw a parallel between the increasing number of distracted or texting while driving incidences and increased move-over violations. Distracted eyes cant see impending need for caution. Breaking two laws at one time, not moving over and texting while driving, is problematic and careless. Imagine you or your loved one in distress on the side of the road waiting for help, or standing by as a tow truck or other service vehicle is assisting while cars zoom by at say 50-70mph. Or the situation where someone you care about is injured and waiting for emergency help that is delayed by drivers blocking forward progress by not moving over. These situations happen more than you know. Ask any The consequences of injury, lost wages and even death, should compel everyone to help spread the word about moving over on the road to reduce injuries and save lives. Lets start today! https://www.flhsmv.gov/safety-center/ driving-safety/move-over/ https://www.flhsmv.gov/pdf/moveover/ move_over_evaluation_report_2017.pdf *Road Ranger is a free highway assistance program provided by the Florida Department of Transportation http://www.fdot. gov/traffic/traf_incident/rrangers/rranger. shtm Audrey Gibson is a State Senator and Paralegal with Terrell Hogan Law Firm www.waynehoganlaw.com Featuring Keynote SpeakerVernice FlyGirl ArmourAmericas First African American Female Combat Pilot, Author, Entrepreneur, and Motivational Speaker Friday, January I2, 20I8 PRIME F. OSBORN III CONVENTION CENTERDoors open 7 a.m. Program begins at 8 a.m. T ickets on sale now at J axMLKbreakfast.comTicket sales end Friday, January 5, 2018. FStar-ad-MLK18.indd 1 11/30/17 3:41 PM Options You Can Expect in 2018 Ever wondered whether your insurance policy was actually working for you? You may be in luck, as your insurance plan may start to follow the same trends being adopted in other industries: simpler, more convenient and personalized products all supported by the latest mobile technology. This year, Stephanie Shields, a product marketing and development expert from Life Assurance Company of Columbus and American Family Life Assurance Company of New York) says that policyholders can expect these value-added services to become less of a nice-to-have and more of a given: Telemedicine: Consulting with a physician and getting treatment online essential to busy people. Fraud protection: Identity theft is likely top of mind for policyholders and businesses. Expect to see better fraud protection, including ongoing internet monitoring and full identity restoration after a data breach. Bill negotiation: The ever-changing health care system is often confusing to navigate. Ongoing education, as well as help understanding medical bills, can Insurance providers will likely shift the customer experience to follow that of retailers and other industries. In 2018, more cohesive insurance policies that plan. Beyond the Basics luxuries, such as 401K matching, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and even annual bonuses, are not as successful in meeting the expectations of todays employees. As those expectations grow, successful businesses can continue to close the gap with such services as: Health advocacy: Access to round-theclock personal health advocates who can answer health care and insurance-related questions. educate consumers on the preparation of wills and other legal documents. College-advisory services: These might include resources to help lower college costs and navigate the admissions process. may be more tailored to individual needs. Bite-sized communications: Concise security and better explanations of coverage combinations that are appropriate at various life stages. information will still be delivered in the typical booklet format, more businesses may consider using online articles, digital signs, brown-bag luncheons and town halls. Frequent communications: Employers the year, or time communications to coincide with life events, such as employee anniversaries. Time Spent Smarter In 2018, employers who have not yet may do so. Advantages include year-round, convenient access to pertinent information and selections, enabling you to identify any holes you may have in coverage. Penny-Pinching accident, critical illness/cancer, hospital indemnity, life and disability insurance, are on the horizon. According to the 2017 employees see a growing need for voluntary voluntary insurance at least somewhat part Thanks to a tech-driven world and the growing demands of consumers, 2018 may even more convenience and personalization.(StatePoint) PHOTO SOURCE: (c) Africa Studio/stock.Adobe.com

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PAGE 4 THE STAR JANUARY 6, 2018 William Jackson, Social Media Team Member of TEDxFSCJ http://tedxfscj. com Rediscovering SPACE a TEDxFSCJ community event hosted at the Museum of Science and History (MOSH) in Jacksonville, Florida. William Jackson, M.Ed. and Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche, Social Media Team broadcasting on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The knowledgeable panelist speaking about the future of SPACE travel, evolving careers in STEM, manufacturing in space and traveling to distant planets and galaxies. The panelists shared their knowledge, experiences and passion for the SPACE industry and discovery. Also discussed that minority children need to be exposed to careers in STEAM to allow them growth in careers that will allow educational progression, exposure to new and developing technologies and equipping minority children to have a voice and a place in future decision making areas where technology is the key to advancement and success in life. Taylor Richardson a 7th grade student one of the awesome panelists dreams of being an astronaut and is an advocate for literacy for inner city children, STEAM education in schools and is active in her community of Jacksonville, Florida. Taylor is an honors student at The Bolles School and travels nationally speaking to youth, teens and young adults about career choices in STEAM and to motivate them to dream big and reach literally for the stars in space exploration. Other members of the panel represented private space industries, NASA scientist, engineers and astronauts that will be future. SPACE allowed the audience to learn about constellations, future missions to deep space, the importance of the International Space Station and humanities potential role in the galaxy and beyond. There is great passion for the exploration of SPACE and the experimentation of manufacturing in weightless environments to discover and create new substances. The development of new industries in science, engineering and the passion for exploration helps to fuel industry, education and coming commerce related to SPACE. The passion for SPACE was seen in the audience as a video production of the formation of the stars, the importance of comets and how deep space research The community is encouraged to take opportunities to visit the MOSH and learn more. How to apply that knowledge to future careers that broaden mans understands and take advantage of community events. The panelists consisted of: KATHLEEN OBRADY System Engineer for NASAs Commercial Crew Program CHELSEA PARTRIDGE Engineer for Lockheed Martin Space Systems at NASAs Kennedy Space Center. DR. MIKE REYNOLDS Professor of Astronomy and Physics at Florida State College at Jacksonville and the Executive Director Emeritus of the Chabot Space & Science Center in Oakland, California. TAYLOR RICHARDSON Student at The Bolles School in Jacksonville and an accomplished science advocate. She is a student space ambassador for The Mars Generation. ANDREW RUSH President and CEO of Silicon Valley-based Made manufacturing company in space. JENNIFER RULIFFSON A NASA Solar System Ambassador and has hosted several events centered on space and space exploration. Resources: TEDxFSCJ http://www.tedxfscj.com Rediscovering SPACE A TEDxFSCJ Event

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JANUARY 6, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 5 SOCIETY Appellate Court Judge Adrienne C. Nelson Judge Adrienne C. Nelson Vernice Fly Girl Armour Vernice Fly Girl Armour Black History Spotlight Thats why theres always an experienced bread baker on hand in your Publix Bakery. And an expert cake decorator, too, ready to customize beautiful cakes to your every whim, for any occasion. See how we serve you at publix.com/service.Helping you is what we love to do. By Denise Williams HEALTH4 Steps to a Healthier You this New Year Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Adrienne Nelson has been appointed to Oregons Supreme Court on Tuesday, January 2, African-American female to serve on the appellate court in the 170 years Oregon has been established a state. The governor of Oregon, Kate Brown was quoted as saying Judge African-American to serve on an appellate court in Oregon and the second woman of color to serve on the Oregon Supreme Court, Governor Brown has also appointed Asian-American Lynn Nakamoto to the states supreme court in 2015. The state of Oregon reported only two percent of the population as African American in their 2015 census. Nelson was born in Arkansas but later earned her law degree from the University of Texas. Nelson is a recipient of the Multnomah Bar Associations Award of Merit and the State Bars Diversity and Inclusion Award. She serves on a plethora of committees and is an adjunct professor at Lewis & Clark Law school. Her new appointment and in a telephone interview the newly minted appellate court judge was quoted as saying I am overjoyed and grateful the governor has chosen me. Vernice Fly Girl Armour made history when she became the female naval aviator in the United States Marine Corps and the female combat pilot in the United States Armed Forces. In addition, she American female to be hired in the Nashville Police Department motorcycle squad, Camp Pendletons 2001 Female Athlete of the year and secured a position as running back for the San professional football team. She was born in 1973 in Chicago, IL to her parents Authurine & Gaston Armour Jr. and reared in Memphis, TN. She was an honors student who was accepted as a member of the Mathematics honor society in high school. After her parents eventually divorced, she eventually followed both her father and stepfathers footsteps to pursue a military career. According to her website, in 2001 Armour earned her wings and was ranked number one in her class. attack helicopter which in Iraq in 2003. Later she served an additional two tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2007, after her tenure as a Marine ended she transitioned to become a sought-after professional speaker and in 2011 she penned her book entitled, Zero to Breakthrough: The 7 Step, BattleTested Method for Accomplishing Goals that Matter. Armour travels nationwide as a breakthrough coach who inspires the masses to pursue their goals and realize their dreams. resolutions youll keep this new year? Think simple, sustainable changes. Follow these four steps for a healthier you, inside and out. Stick to Your Workout After the holidays, the gym is to incorporate exercise routines into their lives. Come February, the life gets in the way and, according 80 percent of resolutions fail by the second week of the month. Instead of jumping from no routine to a seven-days-a-week commitment, introduce workouts to your schedule in small doses. Dread cardio or weight machines? Find something that youll look forward to, like a cycling class, yoga or outdoor pursuits. Choosing activities that you enjoy will increase your chances of sticking to your resolution. Eat Smarter According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, most Americans are falling short of their fruit and vegetable intake goals, and most eat only half the To increase your consumption of essential nutrients, create a grocery list packed with fruits, vegetables, protein and whole grains. Plan meals for the week to ensure you stick to a whole-food menu. Keep ingredients on hand for meals you can make in a pinch, so youre not tempted by fast food on a busy you can cook without thawing, or eggs, low-fat cheese and veggies for a quick-baking frittata. Freeze individual servings of chopped fruits and vegetables in resealable bags to create quick and delicious smoothies each morning in a high-powered blender, such as the Vitamix E310 Explorian Series machine. For a satisfying, energyboosting snack, use your blender to pre-make Dried Fruit Chia Bars Energy Balls. Stress Less on minds and bodies, as insomnia, weight gain, anxiety and depression it isnt always avoidable, simple changes will help you manage tension. Sometimes, stress can be solved with some me time. Treat yourself to a massage or manicure, soak in a hot bath, or unwind with a nature walk. Connecting with others can help, too. Plan a brunch with your best friend or a date night with your Feeling overwhelmed with work and family life? Build out a to-do list or calendar to feel more in control of your busy schedule, WKHQ\003FURVV\003LWHPV\003Rru\003\003WKH\003OLVW\003ZKHQ\003 completed. Practice Positivity wellbeing. Keep a gratitude journal by writing down something good that happens each day. On bad days, youll be forced to focus on the positive aspects of your life. One of the best ways to improve your happiness is by giving others a boost. Volunteer with a charitable organization or donate to a favorite cause. Practice doing something kind daily. This new year, take small steps to help you feel happier and healthier.

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PAGE 6 Kent is a Harvard College graduate who earned a law degree from the University of Florida with honors. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1978. Kents oral ar gument at the United States Supreme Court includes the Terry Lynn Stinson v. United States case which he won 9 to 0. Mr. Kent also success fully argued a habeas cor pus appeal to the Eleventh Circuit in December 2013 among many other cases. The case, Bobby Smith v. United States, was taken pro bono. Attorney Kent is also a for mer federal public defender. He was brought on after the lower court judge denied Browns request to remain out of jail during her planned appeal. The case now re volves around the dismissal of Juror 13 who said he was being instructed by the Holy Spirit. Kent wrote, Neither the government (prosecutors) nor the district court (judge) cited a single case which has found that a jurors personal prayer life before or during deliberations could be the ba to dismiss a juror. He also stated, The district court it self acknowledged that it was certainly permissible for the juror to pray to seek guidance or inspiration to try to come to a proper decision and that is exactly what this juror had done. The juror did noth ing improper and the jurors internal mental belief that the Holy Spirit had offered him guidance in understanding the evidence and truthfulness of the witnesses witness es, all of whom, by the way, had taken an oath `so help me God to tell the truth was not in any way a disqualify ing mental process much less a disqualifying external inIt may be proper to point out that the more questions on appeal the better in some cases. For instance, Browns sentencing may be a question as well as weather the prosecutor proved their case. These questions must have been raised in the lower court. The beloved Corrine Brown was convicted in May on 18 felony counts related to the One Door for Education charity set up by Carla Wiley. She was dating Corrine Browns longtime chief of staff, Ronnie Simmons. Both Simmons and Wiley testi in order to receive a lesser sentence for their crimes. Corrine has emphatically proclaimed her innocence. Brown received the longest sentence even though she did not start the organization. Simmons will be on home ports to prison as a result of a domestic violence issue in Maryland. Wiley was told to report to prison on January 29th after seeking to remain free until February 28. Former Congresswoman Corrine Browns new attorney was rated Floridas Super Lawyer for 5 years (from 2012 to 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017). MartindaleHubbell, the gold standard in attorney ratings, rates him a 5 (highest) scale is in four categories: Communication Ability, Responsiveness, Quality of Service and Value for Money. The AVVO gives him a 7.9 rating on a 0-10 scale. BrownContinued from page 1 Words for former Congresswoman Brown In a world where wealth dictates policy and politics, fair ness and unfairness please know that Faith in God is the currency of life. (Mark 11:22) We love You! Pastor David M.Thomas I studied and graduated from Morehouse College. It was there that I was taught that the prison system is designed for individuals that are dangerous to society. Congresswoman Corrine Brown should have the freedom to work with attorneys to facilitate her appeal. Dr. Marvin McQueen, Overseer We bless and praise God for work of Congresswoman Corrine Brown and pray Gods covering and care in the coming days. Tan Moss, Pastor Greater Grant Memorial AME Church Congresswoman Corrine Brown has been a bless Baptist church for many years, she will forever be in our prayers. Pastor Turpin Relentless people move mountains. Relentless people make the impossible, possible. Relentless people achieve miracles. Relentless people are ready for any challenge. Relentless people dont panic, retreat, or fold when smashed in the face. They expect it and are ready to counteract it with a remark able plan that smashes right back . except harder! Relentless people are always looking for the knock out shot that makes them the champion. Corrine, you have been relentless in your efforts of serving the city of Jacksonville and its people. I believe your life has no limits even now. I want you to feel the same way about your life, no matter what your challenges, you are Relentless! Be encouraged that Sarai made history well into her years, even after she thought her story was over she received the promise. Its NOT over until God says so. Minister Shana Williams Congresswoman Brown, The hymn that says, no body knows the trouble Ive seen, nobody knows but Jesus. God has opened your eyes to draw you closer to him. Trust now only Him, and God will see you through. Use this adversity to strengthen you, not hinder you. Your life works speaks more to God than man. Stay encouraged in the Lord, deeply encour aged in His presence in your heart, meditate on Him and not your current circumstances and situations. Hope to see you soon. Pastor R. L. Gundy The Pastor and Members of First African Baptist Church Green Cove Springs love you Sister Brown and are praying for your strength. First African Baptist Church Green Cove Springs ENCOURAGEMENT TO FORMER CONGRESSWOMAN CORRINE BROWN

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JANUARY 6, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 7 Councilman Reggie Gaffney, District 7 Democrat has filed to run for re-election Who To Watch 2018 Andrew Gillum, mayor of Tallahassee (Democrat), if elected will be the first African American governor of Florida. State Representative Kimberly Daniels property, The Davie parsonage of Spoken Word Ministries suffered a foreclosure. The mortgage holder, Freedom Mortgage Corporation has been reported to have recovered the property for $800,200.00 at auction sometime in December of 2017. LOCALFLORIDA Since 1988, the Florida Lottery has contributed over $32 billion and counting to our public education system and has sent over 775,000 students to college and beyond on Bright Futures Scholarships. Every time you play, you grant Floridas brightest the opportunity to achieve their dreams and ultimately boost the states economy, all while funding the next generation of students. Your ticket is their ticket to a brighter future. Senator Audrey Gibson Democrat. It has been reported that Jacksonville City Councilman Reggie Brown may run for her seat. Former Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown By Denise Williams

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PAGE 8 THE STAR JANUARY 6, 2018 SPORTS Jaguars to Play First Playoff Game Since 2007 vs. Bills By Adesina O. KoikiIf the saying is true that misery loves company, its only and Buffalo Bills will both end long playoff droughts on Sunday afternoon AFC South, not only will play uars will contest the game at the end of the 1999 season, a span of 6,568 days by the The 1999 season was also the last time the Bills played in any playoff game, and that particular game happened to be the contest that ended up going down in NFL history as the Music City Miracle, the nessee Titans on their way to Marrone, who used to coach the Buffalo Bills for three tion that had built up with the fan bases of both franchises, and realizes that the patience of the fans was as important in helping the teams reach the their loyalty and resiliency in the playoffs for 10 years and not having a home game since Im excited for our team and Im excited for our Many of the Bills fans may not remember Marrone too fondly, as he was Buffalos ing the Bills to brighter days 2014, but he opted out of his A number of Bills players expressed their frustrations ing the team, and the negative press generated by that helped different direction, eventually a hot coaching commodity before the nature of the Bills Knowing the focus of this game would naturally be from the city of Buffalo, pened so long ago, Marrone cant put it any simpler than away [from] my primary on a situation that occurred shouldnt be the coach of the Anytime you leave or go ger than what it is, Marrone rone has a few concerns when bly the slump of the teams ville ended the season leading the league in rushing yards rushed for over 100 yards as a team twice in the last six games, a span in which the uars receiver Allen Hurns, who returned to the lineup Tennessee after missing six Yeah, theres been some games where weve passed the ball pretty well, but our run game is who we are as the be balanced, but in order to be balanced youve got to get the Sundays game might be the perfect tonic for running teams in the NFL in rushing As porous as the teams run LeSean McCoy ran for 1,138 in the win in Miami against Sundays game between the ([FILE PHOTO]: Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone. Photo: Debby Wong/The FloridaGeorgia Star) ([FILE PHOTO]: Atlanta Falcons S Keanu Neal (22) and OLB DeVondre Campbell are part of the defensive team that will face the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Wild Card Round this weekend. Photo: Debby Wong/The Florida-Georgia Star) By Adesina O. Koiki son living on the edge, which Atlanta begins the defense of son on Saturday night, as the Falcons head to Los Angeles vision champion Rams in the Stadium to clinch a playoff spot was a rare game in which Falcons fans could breathe easy at the end of a game; No team in the league played in more games decided by eight points or fewer than Atlanta, (The Buccaneers and Titans also played 10 such games in to the other side together as off game is turnovers, and the Panthers can carry over to Saturdays game at the Los them coming on Cam Newton interceptions, ended up being the only time this season that Atlanta forced three turnovers said on Monday after the win weve been waiting on to get the game, more options for the fense has the ball as little as possible will be imperative in coming away with another les led the league in scoring at season in throwing for 3,804 yards and 28 touchdowns ceptions, former University In his third season in the the favorites to win the NFL Most Valuable Player Award from scrimmage and 19 total 16 win for the Rams against third player in NFL history to ing and 150 yards receiving in San Francisco, giving him an NFL in both rushing defense ley II starred as a freshman the rivalry game that year in dogs, led by 118 yards and a when he declared for the 2015 [in Atlanta], so I remember style we wanted to play, so I ity to put his foot in the ground After an uneven regular VHDVRQ\017\003\TXDUWHU\020 EDFN\003\000DWW\003\\000DQ\003FDQ\003VWDUW\003 anew as the postseason hits, and his performance in the one of the best postseasons his passes for 1,014 yards with QLQH\003WRXFKGRZQV\003DQG\003]HUR\003LQ\020 WHUFHSWLRQV\021\003 KH\003KHDOWK\003RI\003-XOLR\003-RQHV\003 might play the biggest factor in whether Ryan can put up similar numbers in these playoffs, as the wide receiver comes into the game catches for 1,444 yards, but his three touchdowns is his fewest haul in a year since 2013, when campaign before suffering a The game between the Falcons Begin Road Back to Super Bowl vs. Rams By Debby Wong $/$$\003\263\003R\021\003\032\003$XEXUQ\003IHOO\003WR\003R\021\003\024\025\003 &\\017\003\026\027\020\025\032\017\003LQ\003WKH\003\025\023\024\033\003&KLFN\020\300\003O\020$\003HDFK\003 %RZO\003RQ\003HZ\003
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JANUARY 6, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 9 LOCAL Brunswick Police/Community Activist Angela Smith & her Family GEORGIA Who to watch 2018 Marsha Myers-Bue & the BPD Brunswick, Georgia Community Activist, Educator and Author, The Williams: Shanika Walker, Val Williams, BettyJoe McKenzie Members of the Brunswick Chapter of the Links Inc. Brandi Lyde Whitfield & Gladys Lyde Member Licensed Insurance Agent, AKA and Community Activist Dr. Larry Rogers, CEO and Founder at No Slippin Productions/DaSpot Studio/ I AM MUSIC Angel Hines, Event Planner/ Consultant at Belleza Wedding & Event Planning GA State Patrol Rodney & LaTasha Rooks Rozier, Licensed Insurance Agent UHC at Trusted Adviser/ Insurance Broker Coastal Georgia Comets 8th Grade Runner-Up Rhonda Diggs, Program Coordinator ..Special Olympics Coastal Georgia, Glynn & McIntosh Counties Danielle Sherrie Harold, DHBeauty Dora Frances Cancer Survivor/ Inspirational Speaker/Hair & Makeup Stylist Carla E. Mathis, Juvenile Probation Laquanza Glover and the EWC Tigers Dr. George Lewis & Linda Bobbitt Lewis Graduate Josh Muchison, Pastor Jeffery (Sandra) Muchison of Calvary Christian Center & Pastor Mark (Lora) Baker of Greater Works Ministeries Brunswick Kings 8th Grade Champions Bishop Iris Wright, Ph.D. Author, Pastor Holy Band of Inspiration Church Effingham Bulls 6th Grade ChampionsBy Angela FavorsMorrell Dr. Lucy Shaw, Radio Talk Show Host, OwnerInspirational Radio Stations, Brunswick, Georgia Morgan Miller, Senior @ Glynn Academy Class of 2018 Former Chapter Presidents of Zeta Iota Omega Chapter with the Current President, Dr. Sabrina Johnson-Nixon. Pictures are Michele Jackson Seals,Sabrina Johnson-Nixon, Rose Andrews and Regina H. Johnson, Theresa Atkinson and Vivian Hope

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PAGE 10 THE STAR JANUARY 6, 2018 COMMUNITY Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com Too Much At Stake to Allow the 2016 Federal Elections to StandBy Jerroll M. SandersWe now know beyond all doubt that Russia meddled in the 2016 U.S. elections to help Donald J. Trump and certain Republican congressional candidates win. Although almost a year has passed since Trump and newlyfor a revote. Redoing 2016 federal elections is the only way to make things right for the American people. There is nothing unique about my call for a revote of the 2016 primary and general elections. It is customary for contest winners such as athletes who are victorious due to fraud or doping to relinquish their title and metals. Why If the U.S. Supreme Court were to declare the 2016 federal elected congressional leaders would be forced to vacate their during theTrump Administration. Some view the call for a revote as wishful thinking. Others Trump will be impeached and removed or will succumb to defeat in 2020-as might be suggested by recent democratic Congressional and presidential actions undertaken during the Trump administration will change this nation for in the past. But securing fair and balanced rulings in the and racial advancements and short-circuit policing and other protective reforms. a YouTube video calling for a new election and shared my Candidate Shaun Brown. Brown circulated the brief to which asserts: territory. United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a territory against invasion in 2016. Members of the former congress violated their oath of helped by Russia. I provided my legal brief to three groups of citizens who named petitioner on the Colorado case. The Massachusetts Appeals Court quickly rendered a decision that labeled the before. I then drafted an appeals brief to advance the revote case to the U.S. Supreme Court. While the Supreme Court opted to not review our citizen public will determine whether we get a revote. Make noise info; insist the AGs work to have the 2016 federal elections declared null and void. Jerroll M. Sanders is an entrepreneur and executive and originator of the Revote Project. She can be reached by email at voicesofmillions@gmail.com. For more information: www.Revote.info SALES PROFESSIONALThe Florida Star and The Georgia Star has an setting appointments and following up with potential clients. This is a commission based opportunity. If you feel The Florida Star is the oldest and most widely read covers Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. In TV-18.2 television station and sponsors a radio show 1360. If you meet the listed requirements: Submit recommendations. contacted for an interview. Requirements: Meet monthly sales goals Able to develop client relationships Maintain a professional demeanor Have consistent access to reliable transportation Submit monthly reports Ability to produce with little supervision The Florida Star Seeks Journalism InternsYou will be required to write weekly articles as assigned for a year long internship Recommendation letter will be awarded upon successful completion of the internship For Consideration: Email 2 writing samples to: Subject:Intern No phone calls please The Florida Baptist is preparing for the inauguration of Dr. Willie Junior Williams as its seventh president. The inaugural activities will be beginning at 6:00 p.m. The inaugural will include the Reverend Sr. president of the guest speaker. attendees will have an opportunity to greet/ congratulate Dr. Williams and other program participants during a lavish reception planned for the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel. force in Florida following United States Navy after graduation from High School. His academic credentials include earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in history at Southeastern University and an Honorary Doctor of Divinity at Florida Beacon College. He served as an employment interviewer for Job Services of before beginning a tenyear teaching career at Kathleen Senior High An active community Commissioner for the one year as Mayor of the community involvement include: FBI Citizens Nebraska Neighborhood United Way Advisory Group of Northwest boards and committees. 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The new rate will be $.003 per gallon of odorized propane gas sold/imported. Pursuant to Chapter 527, F.S., a referendum must win approval of two-thirds of the total gallonage of odorized propane gas voting in the retail marketer class. The results of the referendum are as follows: Total gallonage voting FOR (YES): 47,216,138 Total gallonage voting AGAINST (NO): 3,438,370 Percent of gallonage represented by FOR (YES) vote: 93 Percent of gallonage represented by AGAINST (NO) vote: 7 NOTICE

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