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Man Impregnates 10-Year-Old
He has been her mother's boyfriend since the girl was three. The Ohio State
Prosecutor Joe Deters said, "What kind of a pervert raises a child from the age of 3 until
she is 10, and then decides it is okay to rape her?"
No one knew the child was pregnant since she wore big clothes, until she went to a
hospital on November 2, 2007 complaining of a stomach ache. The next day, she gave
birth to a 4-pound girl. The delivery set off an investigation by the Job and Family
services, in an effort to find out who was the father of this newborn infant with a 10-
i In the beginning, the child and her infant were allowed to go back home with her moth-
er during the investigation. However, the mother was ordered not to have any adult men
visit her home during the investigation. One day, one of Man Impregnated- Continued
the social workers surprised the mother and went to visit. on A-7
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Listen live on the Internet
Pastor Rudolph McKissick, Jr. of
Bethel Baptist Church is hosting
TCT National Television Network
Live, "Unity in the Community,"
and is inviting pastors and church-
es, regardless of denomination, to
come and be recognized world-
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Officer Jefferson Honored
WANTED SUSPECTS CAUGHT
John Davis, 23
was not consid-
but was. caught
hiding in the truck Darryl Green, Joshua
John Davis, Omar Johnson and Daryl Erica Quentin of a car after 20 White, 26
23 Cheatham, arrested after 16 years. Thomas, 19 Joyner, 21 escaping from a
Fernandina Beach hospital. He had been
arrested on drug charges. Omar Johnson and Daryl Cheatham have finally been arrested regarding the 1991 mur-
der of a Jacksonville man, 34-year-old Allen D. Matzek. Police were able to locate the men after a tip from one
of the prisons and a 16 month investigation. Johnson is currently incarcerated in Georgia and Cheatham was
arrested in North Carolina Wednesday. Wanted-continued A-7
Money To Spend
You can, this year, get money from
the Internal Revenue Service through
your refunds and through the
Economic Stimulus program. You can
receive free help through RealSense to
also claim EarAed Income Tax Credit.
Last year in Northeast Florida, the
RealSense Campaign completed 2,198 returns with an aver-
age of $1,460 per taxpayer.
After you file your tax return, if you had any net income
tax liability for the 2007 tax year, you will get some money
back. Individuals who earned at least $3,000 and owed no
taxes, married couples, families with children, lower-
income older Americans who rely primarily on Social
Security payments and 250,000 disabled veterans, and those
who receive their survivor benefits will get a rebate.
The figures $300, $600 and $1,200 are the common fig-
ures. Individual taxpayers could receive rebate checks of at
least $300 and up to $600. Married couples will get up to
$1,200. Most individuals who have, income of $3,000 but
who do not have to file a return will get $300. Some taxpay-
ers with children will get Money Continued on A-7
May Get Stalled
If you have already received a foreclosure, you
should contact your mortgage company immediately
because a new program is underway to contact home-
owners who ae 90 or more days overdue.
These homeowners will be given the opportunity to
put the foreclosure process on hold for at least 30 days
while their lenders pursue a way to make the mortgage
more affordable. This program will be available to all
mortgage lenders from prime to subprime loans
according to the White House.
Many homeowners in Florida and Georgia are facing
financial difficulties and are not able to make their
mortgage payments. The proposed program will give
all homeowners a little more time to get "their house in
House Fire Kills
Five Year Old
Other Fires Experienced
Five-year-old Zabian Paulk was
trapped in his bedroom Thursday
night when fire started in their
home. His mother and others tried
to get to him but the fire was too
intense. She and neighbors said
they could hear him calling for her.
Some thinks he was.too afraid to
Zabian's bike with move..
training wheels. His grandmother and sister were
able to escape. Zabian was a
kindergarten student at Goodyear Elementary School.
An investigation is still underway. Fire marshall said
after this fire broke out on Albany in Brunswick, close
by on Johnston, another broke out. There were no
injuries there. Zabian was known as a "good-natured"
boy. Funeral arrangements have not been made.
Stolen by Insurance Employee
S David Jones worked at Blue Cross
Blue Shield and had access to finan-
cial information of policy holders,
specifically, their social security
number, and other pertinent infor-
mation. He was able to access need-
ed information that allowed him to
open credit card accounts through
the company's computers.
It has been discovered that Jones was able to open
several accounts to such stores as Target and purchased
items. Some of the stores captured Jones on video,
making purchases using the cards acquired through
He has been charged with six counts of fraud and is
being held on $1 million bond.
City Councilman Warren Jones, Officer Ken Jefferson,
City Councilwoman Glorious Johnson, Sheriff Rutherford.
Tuesday's City Council meeting opened by Council
persons Jones and Johnson recognizing Officer Ken
Jefferson for his tireless work in the community. Ken
is the Public Information Officer for the Sheriff's
Office and is on duty 24-7-365. He said he could not
handle such a task without the help and consideration
of his wife and son. They wake him up and get him
dressed. His family, including his father joined him.
Gas Stations Cheating May
Get Customers a Refund
With gas prices constantly
rising, many would stop at the:
Cisco Travel Plaza at Exit 1:
and Exit 6 in Georgia. In fact,
some would leave Florida to:
Cisco Station, first exist ve the money. Even though
in Georgia from Florida some stations further north
on 195 for cheaper gas. have even cheaper gas, Cisco
in Camden County was a
favorite. Now it has been learned that they were cheat-
ing the customers by not delivering the amount of gas:
the pump indicated it was delivering.
Someone advised of a possible fraudGas a7
Metal Found in Valentine Lollipops
A Lakeland, Florida elementary school found a
metal staple in a Valentine's Day lollipop the day
after a woman reported a blade-like piece of metal in
another bag of the same product in Mulberry. A
warning was issued and the bags of Pokemon
Valentine cards and pops were seized. The blade,
according to authorities was part of a razor blade.
First-Class Stamps Going Up Again
First-class stamps will increase to 41 cents starting
May 12, 2008 said the U. S. Postal Service. The
price of the Forever stamp will go up at the same
time. Stamps purchased before that time will still be
good for first class after the rate goes up.
Lose Too Many Days From School,
Lose Drivers License in Brunswick
If you are under 18 with a drivers license and miss
too many days of school in Glynn County, Georgia,
you will lose your driving privileges if the plan is
approved, which has been presented to the Glynn
County Board of Education.
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87 Years youngg
S-- Mrs. Arnetta Lunds Jackson \\as boni in
Jacksonl ille. Florida on February 199, 1921. as the daughter
of Cassie and James Lundv. The family later moved to
Brunsx ick. Ga where Arnetta attended Risley High School. She
later married and completed her high school education at Lincoln
High School in Gainesville. Afterwards, she graduated with honors
From Santa Fe Commu!nir College in Gaines\ille. Ametta ga e birth to
six children; Walter, Clara, E"elyn. Dave. Antoinette. and Torri.
and she led that center nti her retirement. after rirenArt, she worked in the
Foster Grandparents Program at Rollins Elementary and continues to serve as
a poll worker during every election.
Arnetta Jackson served as Assistant Secretary at Friendship Baptist Church
in Gainesville, but after moving on the other side of the city, joined Emmanuel
Missionary Baptist Church and continued her role as secretary for that church.
She remains at Emmanuel and still sings in the church choir, and continues to
teach the \omen's Class in Sunday School.
Mrs. Jackson has receive ed many honors and awards throughout her many
ears, but her children, grand children and great grandchildren said the best
honor for her comes from them as an "outstanding mother and leader." Her
daughter Clara said she would not have been able to write "The Black
Parents' Handbook" without the help of her mother.
Arnetta Jackson. you are a beautiful and powerful lady. We know
S.. "that when you entered the world. you looked around and saw all of
\the man, wonders but. even you, who still doesn't miss a thing,
did not expect what you have achieved. Your children, grand-
children and great-grands are successful in their endeav-
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military. business and education. We are so
proud to be here with your blood line.
Faith In Our Community
Schedule ofEvents and Services
ST. NICHOLAS BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH AND
PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY celebrating the 128th
Anniversary of the church and the 15th Anniversary of our
Pastor, Rev. Dr. Richard W. Jackson. Located at 2606 San
Diego Rd. in Jacksonville. The date and times are as follows:
Sunday, February 24th at 4p.m.; Monday, February 25th at
7p.m.; Wednesday, February 27th at 7p.m.; Friday, February
29th at 7p.m.; and Sunday, March 2nd at 4p.m. Please con-
tact Rev. Earl Wyman at (904) 521-4494 for any additional
information. We appreciate your support.
HOLY TABERNACLE CHURCH 10TH ANNUAL
WOMEN'S CONFERENCE 2008 February 16th at
10:30 a.m. The speaker will be Prophetess Carolyn Lathers,
a great women of God from Citadel of Hope Ministry. Elder
Barbara Shingles will be the MC to host this wonderful occa-
sion. Located at 6416 Miriam St., in Jacksonville. Call 904-
764-3754 or 904-768-1968.
THE WEST UNION MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH -located at 1605 West Beaver St., will celebrate
the 108th Anniversary of the Church and the 4th Anniversary
of the Pastor Leroy C. Kelly. Sunday, February 10, 17, and
24th at 4:00 p.m. The theme is "This Victory is Jesus."
Theme song "Victory in Jesus." The Church Anniversary
Banquet will be held at the Philippian Multipurpose Center,
7540 New Kings Rd., on February 23rd at 5:00 p.m. Deacon
Cornelious Williams and Sister Delaney Williams are the
BLACK HISTORY DAY CELEBRATION I would like
to take this opportunity as District Deputy Grand Master of
District # 15 to invite the Masonic family, families and
friends in support of our Black history day celebration on
February 17, 2008 at 4:00pm, Our celebration will be held at
the Greater Israel United Missionary Baptist Church, located
at 6901 North Main St., Jacksonville, FL. Rev. Eugene White
will pastor such planned event, with a dinner service follow-
ing. Please feel free to reach me with any questions at 904-
759-2838, or contact Worshipful Master Duane Richardson,
330 of St. John Lodge No. 14 at 904- 813-355,1.
GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH hosts young-adult,
small-group worship service Tuesdays at 7 p.m. The group
welcomes young adults, ages 20-30, for faith and fellowship
regardless of their church affiliation. The church, which had
a handful of young adult members last year, now has more
Ask Us About Our
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Pauline Wiggins Hells Flames "'gins
Sunday, February 17th at 6:00 p.m.
Monday, February 18th at 7:30 p.m.
S171h Consecutive Year
Do You Know Someone
That Needs Their Life Turned Around?
Thousands of Changed Lives Over 17 Years
POCKET FULL OF ROCKS in Concert
Sunday, Feb. 24th
5755 Ramona Blvd.
facksonville, Florida 32205 (904) 781-9393
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10:45 a.m. Senice Interpreted fij Deaf at Central Campus
than 40 regular attendees. The young adult group will meet
at the Northeast Florida Baptist Association building, 921 S
US Highway 17, Yulee. Contact Pastor Jerry Klemm to reg-
ister to attend at (904) 422-1523. Information is also avail-
able on the church Web site at www.gracenassau.com.
JACKSONVILLE CHILDREN'S CHORUS in Concert
with AFRICAN CHILDREN'S CHOIR, Saturday, March
8th at 8:00 p.m. Times Union Center for the Perofrming Arts-
Jacoby Symphony Hall. $25 single adult, $13 single student.
Discounts available for groups of 15 or more. To purchase
tickets, call (904) 346-1636.
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH -located at 215 Bethel
Baptist St. in Jacksonville, with Pastor Rudolph McKissick,
Jr. is inviting the community to come out and be a part of
Jacksonville's history in the making. On Wednesday,
February 20th, at 6:30p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church.
Jacksonville's own Dr. McKissick Jr. partners with TCT
Television Network to kick off the '2008 One Day of
Destiny. The day will commence with a "Unity in the
Community" Leadership Luncheon- and conclude with an
on-site television production of TCT's Celebrate Live! in
Jacksonville. Contact Tiffany Tisdale at 354-1464 or via
email at email@example.com to confirm your atten-
dance from this invitation.
Faith Leader Urges Black Churches to Support the Sister
Study -Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie, the Presiding
Prelate for the Thirteenth Episcopal District of the African
Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church is encouraging
A.M.E. churches to spread the word about the Sister Study,
a landmark breast cancer study to learn how environment
and genes affect the chances of getting breast cancer. Bishop
McKenzie also challenges other faith leaders across the
country tp help spread the word to women in their congrega-
tions and communities.
PROJECT C.R.I.M.E.(Clergy Response to the Indifference
to the Murder Epidemic) Neighborhood Partnership
Initiative is holding a community meeting, Thursday,
February 21st, 7p.m. at the Spirit of Life Worship Center,
1176 Labelle St., (off Cassat Ave & Plymouth St.). Join with
community leaders, ministers, and churches from across the
city. For more info, call (904) 693-1503.
THE NEW BETHLEHEMI MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH REVIVAL-RE1VVAL-REVIVAL February
17- 19, 2008 New Bethlehem Missionary
Baptist Church. 1824 Prospect Street,
Jacksonville. FL invites each of you to
attend "2008. A Year of Breakthrough" a
revival beginning on Sunday February 17th
at 5:00 p.m. The hour for services held on
Monday and Tuesday will begin at 7:00
p.m. Two dynamic men of God will speak
nightly. Rev Richard Curry Jacksonville,
FL will be the lecturer and Elder Chester Rev. Eric Lee
Bromn, Tallahassee, FL will be speaker. For
additional information, please call (904) 764-5727, Eric A. Lee M.
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Almighty God, Father of all mercies and giver of all
comfort: Deal graciously, we pray thee,with
those who mourn, that casting every care on thee,
they may know the consolation of thy love,
through Jesus Christ our LORD.
DEATH NOTICES I|aP
BARNEY, Saniya Najae,
died February 7, 2008.
DAUGHTRY, John L.,
82, died February 10,
DAVIS, Mabel B., died
February 10, 2008.
DAVIS, John, died
February 7, 2008.
DENT, Willie Lee, 79,
died February 11, 2008.
Alphonso West Mortuary,
EDWARD, Paris F., died
February 10, 2008.
FALANA, Jessie, died
February 6, 2008.
HARRELL, Robert, died
February 12, 2008.
HINSON, Renaldo, died
February 6, 2008.
JOHNSON, Ms. Ollie,
83, died February 8,
JONES, Mrs. Tommie
Lee, died February 6,
LENNARD, Robert, 81,
died February 6, 2008.
LOWERY, Daniel, died
February 7, 2008.
MATHIS, Patricia Ann,
51, died February 11,
died February 9, 2008.
MOORE, Robert, died
February 7, 2008.
L., died February 6, 2008.
NEWBOLD, Charles, E.,
died February 9, 2008.
POLLARD, Zellene H.,
died February 11, 2008.
R., died February 9,
SAPP, Ruby, died
February 8, 2008.
TEMPLE, Glen, died
February 7, 2008.
TILLMAN, Deborah, J.,
died February 11, 2008.
WAITE, Curtis W., 64,
died February 6, 2008.
died February 10, 2008.
GREEN, William, 83,
died February 10, 2008.
He was a resident of
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New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
Sunday School .....................................9:30 a.m .
Sunday Morning Worship .......................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays '
(Old Sanctuary)................................... 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting.............. ........ 7:30 p.m. .
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study .................. 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus .,
(904) 764-5727 Church ""-. "
Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
S201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor
Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
2036, Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
S(904) 354-7249 Church
Bible Power Enrichment Hour
Sunday School........................9:15 10:15 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Noonday Prayer 12 Noon
Inspiration Wednesday Worship Service...................6:00-8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, Youth Bible Study & Activities
GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday 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.
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH of GOD
"Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don't"
Elder Joseph Rice
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship 12:00 Noon & 7:00 p.m.
Bible Study Tuesday & Friday------ 7:00 p.m.
(912) 267-6395 (912) 996-4864 Cell
2705 MLK Blvd., Brunswick, GA 31520
Clura McLaughlin })\*onenc Brooks
Tuesday and Thursday
from 8:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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S i Dave Jackson, Jr., owner of a yard 87th Birthday Salute
service business, has two children,
Rodney, (shown at age 5yrs.) and
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Arnetta Lundy Jackson (The Salute Continues)
First child to marry Evelyn Jackson
*; y: -7. ,First child to finish college Clara McLaughlin i@t Howard
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: First great grandchild Lawrence Smith
WRodneyr First grand to finish college Cheryl Coward ( i Smith
J ckso First set of twins Mary and Ruth Presslev
iAngelina "Peaches" Jackson
. Rodney Jackson, Jr.
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. Antoinette Jenkins & Family Torri Tolie &
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Antoinette Jenkins (deceased) had t\o sons, Toer Educionl Stem
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' Derrick, Jr. and Corev Jenkins. Core\ has one.
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and found Michael Chaffer there. Chaffer slammed the door on the officer and was
arrested on a charge of obstruction of official business.
The next day he was arrested for violating his probation of an earlier drug charge
and was sent to prison for one year. The child and her infant were immediately taken
from the home. The 11-year-old is living with a relative and the infant is in foster
While in prison, Chaffer was given a DNA test and it was then discovered that he
is the father of the infant.
According to family and the information provided the social workers, the 10-year-
old, who is now eleven, had been abused for a period of time.
What the court is trying to find out is, if the mother was aware of her boyfriend's
The mother is not allowed to see the infant and can only have supervised visits with
her daughter. The sixth grader is allowed to see the infant twice a week but is not
allowed to take care of the infant because she is too young, said the courts.
Chaffer is charged with two counts of rape and one of felonious. assault. He is
accused of raping the child-many times from September 8, 2006 to November 4,
2007. The prosecutors are seeking a life sentence even though that is not the regular
penalty for such an action, they plan to argue that the pregnancy and childbirth for
such a young girls has caused her great physical harm. The girl and her mother were
living in Lockland, Ohio.- Chaffer is in a Columbus jail.
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Erica Thomas, 19, has been arrested for the shooting death of a man during a
robbery at a Westside motel. She had told friends that she was going to rob the
victim in a Lane Avenue motel room.
Quentin Joyner was arrested for the shooting death of 21-year-old Kevin Jackson
after a fight.
Darryl Green, who was AWOL from the Air Force, was wanted for kidnapping
and false imprisonment by the Glynn County Police. He was arrested Wednesday
in Dekalb County, Georgia.
Police in Dekalb also arrested Joshua White, 26, who was baby sitting his girl
friend's three-year-old and called the police after the child was wounded, using
White's gun. White was arrested for making a false statement, tampering with evi-
dence and reckless conduct.
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and reported it. Investigation showed that the station was providing the customers
about one quart less per gallon.
The stations were then closed and the inspectors say that they cannot re-open
until they are able to talk with the owners about the situation. To date, they have
not been able to determine who the real owners are.
Customers have already started to look into the matter to see how much money
they have lost as a result of the stations scam. It is felt that the station will have to
refund customers for the shortage and will also be fined and possibly jailed for the
possible fraudulent.practices. When the Department of Agriculture's Fuel and
measures Section checked the pumps, they found the seals had been broken.
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wide. There is a "Unity in the Community" Leadership Luncheon on Wednesday at'
noon, a press conference at 1:30 and the broadcast, live will begin at 6:30 p.m.)
Pastor McKissick is asking ministers to come out and bring their congregation for";
this international broadcast wish is being inaugurated here in Jacksonville. Bishop;j
Greg Davis will kick off this national city tour, which begins in Jacksonville with a
theme, "Committed to Building a Better Jacksonville." Every church and pastor
attending the event, will be recognized on national and international TV. It is imper-
ative that each pastor call and tell Tiffany Tisdale, (904) 354-1464 of their inten-
tions so that recognition can be made. This is a positive move for Jacksonville and:,
all are encouraged to participate.
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an additional $300 per child. In some cases, there is a rebate bonus for children.
But not all kids. For rebate purposes, a qualifying child is one who is younger than
17. Older college students will not get the extra money. Others left out the rebate
are nonresident aliens and trusts and estates.
Wealthier taxpayers will also have rebate limits if you are a single filer with an
adjusted gross income orAGI of more than $75,000 or more than $150,000 for
married couples filing jointly.
IRS said there is nothing you can do expedite your rebate. Just fill out your 2007
return as usual, and wait.
For most filers, this year's rebate will appear as a simple gift from the govern-
ment and will be tax-free. Therefore, you will not have to claim it on your 2008
tax return. But filers will have to reconcile any money they receive this year when
they file their 2008 returns.
"It harks back to the 2001 situation when we got the new 10 percent bracket and
got an advance check for that. Then on next return had to account for it," says
Luscombe "It's expected to be that way this time."
The 2008 tax forms should have a line for the new credit. When calculating
taxes next year, taxpayers will have to subtract what they got as a rebate check the
IRS expects the checks to
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NOTICE OF SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Florida Self-
storage Facility Act ss 83.8006
and any other applicable Florida State Statute, that
Mobile Mini. Inc. will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at 8825 MONCRIEF/DINSMORE
ROAD,. JACKSONVILLE, FL the 7th, day of
March 2008 at 9:00 am to satisfy Mobile Mini's lien,
property and goods belonging to the following peo-
ple:George's Quality Painting, EX25MZJ0066,
Generator, drill press, yard tools, swing, blower vac,
tool box and other items.John Jordon, ES20TZI6021,
Sofa, chair, bedroom set, mirrors, surf rods and other
Bethelite Inc, EX40RZS6285, Rolls of carpet and
other misc items.For more information call 800-288-
Tuesday, February 19,2008
Open House: 5-6 p.m.
Presentation: 6 p.m.
Thomas Jefferson Elementary School
Jacksonville, FL 32220
To update citizens, receive input and answer questions on the
study to widen Beaver Street to a four-lane,
divided road from Devoe Street to Edgewood Avenue
There will be an open house (from 5-6 p.m.) with
visual displays where interested citizens can
drop in and review the project information.
A brief presentation will be held at 6 p.m.
Anyone requiring special accommodations should
contact Bill Milnes at (904) 598-8731 or e-mail
email@example.com no later than Thursday, February 14.
lk JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Regional Transportation Solutions
100 North Myrtle Avenue, Jacksonville Florida 32204
Telephone: (904) 630-3181 Fax: (904) 630-3166
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Dinner at my house means having my best friend
Nando over. My mom always makes him Hoppin'
John. He says his Grandma in Panama makes it too,
but she doesn't use b'lak:-;:ed pcis in her rice. I tell
him these same exact little black and gray peas have
been used in Africa for centuries. He said they sure
taste good to be so old. I laughed so hard! We're like
brothers. It's nice to have someone who appreciates
my African American history the way I do.
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By Marsha Dean Phelts maintaining ideal citizen- lated at Tuskegee Institute
ship, character, integrity and and was awarded a bache-
Colonel Porcher L. preparing our youth for lor's degree in science. He
Taylor, Jr., a Jacksonville adulthood and responsibility, received his master's degree p '' 'M" -."
native who now resides in Taylor's roots in this city from Virginia State
Petersburg Virginia with his are steep. His grandfather, University and in 1972
wife Ann where he recently. General Dennis Taylor, a became one of the first two
celebrated his 71st anniver- master builder came to Africans to earn a Ph.D.
sary as a member of the Boy Jacksonville in 1882 for the from the University of South
Scouts of America. He purpose of helping with the Carolina.
became a Boy Scout as a construction of St. Philip's Taylor distinguished
member of Scout Troop 47 at the Episcopal Church built himself as one of the few
Historic Mt. Zion AME for Blacks. Colonel Taylor's persons to have served this
Church located then and now father, Porcher, Sr. was the country in three major
at 201 East Beaver Street in founder, editor and publisher wars-World War II, the
downtown Jacksonville, of The Florida Tattler Korean War and the Star, Meritorious Service Tuskegee Airman and one of to celebrate this year Grand
Florida and has been active Newspaper,. co-founder and Viewnam War in both the Medal and Army the original members of the Reunion for graduates of
since that time. Through the first president of the Navy and the Army. He Commendation Medal. 555th Parachute Infrantry Stanton High School. His
years he earned the rank of Jacksonville Negro Chamber served in the Navy for three After a distinguished Regiment, more widely sister, Virginia Taylor Scott
Eagle Scout and was award- of Commerce, and years and the Army for 25 military career Taylor, a high known as "Triple Nickel". and nephew, C. Ronald
ed the title of "Distinguished Superintendent. of the St. years. From the military to achiever, served as Vice The "Triple Nickle" was the Belton remain active mem-
Eagle Scout in Petersburg. Philip's Episcopal Church the community, Taylor has President of Student Affairs first African-American air- bers of St., Philip's
Colonel Taylor believes Boy Sunday School. been recognized for his at Virginia State University borne unit in the country and Episcopal Church. The
and Girl Scouts of America Upon graduation from many contributions. His mil- in Petersburg. He now serves was formed in 1944. Florida Star is honored to
to be the most outstanding Stanton High School, itary awards include the as President of the Howard Colonel Taylor and his salute Jacksonville native,
organization for building and Porcher Taylor, Jr. matricu- Legion of Merit, Bronze Baugh Chapter of the wife Ann are making plans Col. Porcher Taylor.
~ A Salute To Ike Williams ~
Isiah J. Williams was recognized by members of the
Jacksonville community as a Gentleman, Scholar,
Humanitarian, Activist and Innovator. State Senator
Anthony "Tony" Hill decided this was the time to honor
Mr. Williams and received the corporation of Carlton
Jones and Gateway Mall, the NAACP, The Florida Star,
and the Ritz Theatre and LaVilla Museum and its direc-
tor, Carol Alexander, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, and the
Perkins Bar Association.
f The event was attended by more than 200 city leaders as
they listened to the many tributes made by
Congresswoman Corrine Brown, State Senator Tony Hill,
State Representative Audrey Gibson, City Council per-
sons, Mia Jones and Johnny Gaffney as they touched on
the many memories, as well as the NAACP, Phi Beta
Ike and Mprilyn Williams Sigma Fraternity, the Perkins Bar Association,
Tallahassee Columnist Lucius Gantt and many more. The
most touching memories were provided by his aunt, Mildred Murrell, who talked
about him as an ambitious person since early childhood.
The event was culminated by his wife Marilyn Wilkerson Williams who spoke about
how she met him in New York and made the marriage proposal to him later.
Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Ike Willianis and Marilyn ,Williams
Ike Williams was in the first graduating class of Florida A & M University School
of Law, worked on many business projects in Florida and also served as a lawyer for
New York's Black Panthers. Mr. Williams also served on the staff of The Florida Star
during his early years. He is the founder of the Jacksonville Advocate weekly, now
known as the monthly magazine, The People's Advocate. We salute you Mr. Isiah
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BREATHE CYCLE OF POVERTY
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development, the nation's
largest private provider of funds for anti-poverty programs, is
accepting grant applications. To be eligible, the organization must
be non-profit, incorporated, tax-exempt and have members of
the poverty group on its board. To obtain a grant application,
call: (904) 899-5500 or (904) 282-0439.; .
April 30, 2008
Helping the poor help themselves
Gamma Kno umega chapter casueus
Bonnie Atwater poses with Ebony
Fashion Fair program chair LeVon
Burnett and co-chair Johnnetta Moore
Gamma Rho Omega BRATS pose with chapter Basileus Bonnie
Atwater, Ebony Fashion Show chair LeVon Burnett and co-
chair Johnnetta Moore. i 0
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CHILD CARE CREDENTIAL AWARD
Ms. Felmon J. Swindle of Jacksonville has been awarded a Child Development
Associate (CDA) Credential in recognition of outstanding work with young children.
The credential was awarded by the Council for Professional Recognition in Washington
D.C., which represents the early childhood education profession.
CDA is the only major national effort to improve early childhood education and care
by evaluation and recognition the skills of individuals providing care. The first
Credential was awarded over 30 years ago, and now 49 states plus the District of
Columbia include CDA in their childcare licensing regulations.
Parents who use early education and care are especially concerned today about their
children's welfare. With this in mind, as part of the CDA assessment process, every can-
lidate for the CDA Credential is observed working with young children or families by
in early childhood professional. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate the ability
to work with families to develop children's physical and intellectual capabilities in a safe
and healthy learning environment.
The CDA Credential is having a positive effect on the quality of early childhood edu-
cation and care. Its impact is evident in center-based and home visitor programs as, as
well as family childcare, the most common form of care for children under 5 years old.
Childcare staff and parents wanting information on CDA should write to the Council
for Professional Recognition at 2460 16th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009-3575, or
call the Council at (202) 265-9090 or (800) 424-4310.
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Alexander Pushkin in Paris
The Bois de
Boulogne is one of the
most famous parks in
the world. It is a impor-
tant part of the the
French capital of Paris.
Within the park and
just a short \\alk from
the home of the French
Open where Serena
Willianms won the title
in 2002 is a square of
All of the poets rep-
resented in the park on
plaques and statues
dotted around the gar-
den are white except
for one -- the great
black Russian poet
Alexander Pushkikn. He
is represented by a stat-
ue. not just a plaque like
most of the other poets.
The only statue larger
than his is that of Victor
Hugo. Pushkin \was born
in 1799 to Russian
nobility. He published
his first poem at the age
of 15. He is considered
to be the greatest
Russian poet and the
founder of modern
Russian literature. His
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Upcoming Scholarship Deadlines
for Black Students
WA Day In Black
In celebration of Black
launched the "A Day In
Scholarship contest. This
scholarship opportunity is
available to all students,
regardless of ethnicity.
To enter you must sub-
mit a 600-800 word essay
about your favorite
African American contrib-
utor to society. Be sure to
include why you feel this
person is most valuable,
and be sure to name all or
most of their accomplish-
ments and how exactly it
We will review all sub-
missions and select a win-
ner based on the quality,
uniqueness, and creativity
of the content in your
essay. Pay close attention
to the instructions, or your
entry will be disregarded.
February 29, 2008
Go On Girl Book -Club
The Go On Girl! Book
Club is a nationally recog-
organization that supports
authors of the Black
African Diaspora. They
are inviting you to write
your way to $500.
Our mission is to
encourage the literary pur-
suits of people of African
descent. In. this vain, since
1993, we have bestowed
our coveted "Author of the
Year" award and our "New
Author of the Year" award
on such talents as Octavia
Butler, Gloria Naylor,,
Valerie Wilson Wesley and
Connie Briscoe, just to
name a few.
Since 2000, we have
been fortunate and hon-
ored to also sponsor two
additional awards, both
monetary, to support up
and coming authors The
Award and The Aspiring
March 15, 2008
"Dream Deferred" Essay
Contest on Civil Rights
in the Mideast
This essay contest
takes its title from a 1951
poem by Langston
Hughes: What Happens to
a Dream Deferred? The
poem helped propel the
civil rights movement in
the United States.
Today, it will hopefully
inspire you to describe
your dream deferred for
the Middle East, which the
United Nations calls the
world's least free region.
The contest has two parts:
one for Middle Eastern
youth (25 and younger)
and one for American
youth (25 and younger).
To participate write a
brief essay (600-2,000
words) addressing one of
the following three ques-
tions: Why should
Americans like you -
help civil rights reformers
in the Middle East? How
can you as an individual
support the struggle for-
civil rights in the Middle
March 30, 2008
Up to $10,000
Education Is Freedom
Education is Freedom
(EIF) is a nonprofit organ-
ization designed to elimi-
nate the barriers to higher
education and promote
equality of opportunity in
Provides college schol-
arships to highschool sen-
iors that are U.S. resident
for one year at time of
must also be current U.S.
high school senior and
have a GPA of 3.0 to 3.5
In addition, applicants
must be enrolled in a full-
time undergraduate course
of study at an accredited 2
or 4-year college or uni-
Selection is based on
financial need, work histo-
and candidate appraisal.
Scholarship awards are
renewable up to 3 years
for completion of an
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An officer was dispatched to the 3100 block of
Division St., in reference to a disturbance incident.
Upon his arrival he met with Mr. SL. A state com-
puter check of Mr. SL revealed an outstanding
arrest warrant that occurred last week when an offi-
cer was dispatched to another residence in the *
3100 block of Division St. in response to an unver-
ified 911 call. Upon his arrival he met with Ms. LY
(victim), who stated her ex-boyfriend hit her. Ms.
LY informed the officer that Mr. SL, suspect, came
over to her house that evening and began arguing
with her. She further stated that Mr. SL spit on her and hit her while in the front yard.
She attempted to call 911 and during the struggle, Mr. SL ripped the phone from her
hand. She also stated that Mr. SL threw a beer bottle at her during the incident. Ms.
LY informed the officer that she has an injunction for protection against Mr. SL. The
injunction states that Mr. SL, suspect, shall have no contact with Mr. LY, the victim.
On this day, the suspect was not at the scene upon the officer's arrival. The area was
canvassed with negative results. Prior to completion of the initial report, the suspect
returned to the victim's residence and again continued to harass her. The officer
went back to the victims's residence and the suspect had already left. While the offi-
cer was writing the second report, a third call was made to report the suspect as the
victim's residence. The officer arrived at the victim's home and the suspect was
Gone again. The officer spoke with the victim's hus-
S band, Mr. KS and he stated-that he saw the suspect
and heard the suspect at the door. Mr. KS told the
: officer that he opened the door and the suspect took
I. I / off running. On this day, while at the disturbance
-- ". call, Mr. SL, the suspect was arrested and was trans-
ported to the PDF for booking. Mr. SL denied any
S-'. '". 7 ,./'\ ',' involvement in the incident.
ANOTHER DISTURBANCE ON DIVISION
An officer was dispatched to the 6100 of Division
St. in reference to a disturbance. Upon his arrival, he observed the defendant loiter-
ing on the property, then attempt to walk off as he pulled up to the business. The
officer detained the defendant and asked him for identification. The defendant stat-
ed he had no identification. The officer asked him for his name and date of birth,
and he identified himself as Mr. KR, born in August of 1957. The officer contacted
the store owner Mr. IS, who stated the male has trespassed before. The officer
obtained the information from the trespass database which identified the defendant
as another person with a different birthdate. The information was verified through
JPICS and D.A.V.I.D. Post Miranda, the defendant stated he gave me a false name
because he did not want to go to jail. He also stated he was only on the property
waiting for a ride. The defendant was transported to the PTDF.
PROPERTY CHECK -An officer was dispatched to the 1100 block ofW. 23rd St.,
for a property check. He was directed to assist two other officers investigating an
incident complaint which stated that
people trespass in vacant and con-
demned houses in the 1200 block of W.
26th St. The officers entered the con-
demned residence in the 1200 block of
W. 26th St. The house was condemned
in January 2008 6y the Property Safety
Division at the City of Jacksonville. The
residence had signs visibly posted
which stated that it was condemned and
unlawful to be on the premises. When
the officers searched the interior of the
residence, that found the suspect sitting
on a couch in the living room. They
took the defendant into custody and read him his Miranda rights. Afterwards, the
defendant said that he asked an unknown black female at the residence if he could
come in out of the rain, and she let him in. The defendant said that he went in the
front door, but did not see the posted signs. The defendant was placed under arrest
and transported to PDF.
DOMESTIC BATTERY -An officer was dispatched to the 1600 block ofW. State
St. in reference to a domestic battery. Upon his arrival, he met with the victim Ms.
RC. The victim and the suspect have been living together for about two years. They
do not have any children. Ms. RC stated that the suspect, Mr. TR, head butted her.
She stated they were arguing and he head butted her in front of his friends. The vic-
tim stated that the suspect hit her so hard she saw stars. The victim then walked
down the street and called the police. The officer observed a big lump on the vic-
tim's forehead. The victim did not want rescue to respond. The officer went down
to the address to make contact with the suspect and as he approached the house, the
suspect attempted to run back into the house and close the door. The officer had to
push the door open to gain entry into the house. The suspect then ran to the back of
the house and he attempted to run out the back door. The officer had to restrain the
suspect and handcuff him. As the officer was walking the suspect out of the house,
Ythe suspect broke free and ran down the street.
SThe suspect was apprehended a few yards from
Sthe house. The suspect stated prior to his
S Miranda warning, "I did that last night, not
today." The officer then read him his rights.
The suspect then stated again, "I hit her last
night, the only reason she called today is, I told
S her to get out of my house." The officer was
.;- ..unable to locate any of the suspect's friends
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took photographs of the victim's injuries. The
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