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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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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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serving you since 1951. Rated A+Ž by the Better Business Bureau An Award Winning Publication Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers.thefloridastar.com Listen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 3617 The Florida Star, The Georgia Star!(904) 766-8834Still The Peoples Choice! STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! www.thefloridastar.com SEPTEMBER 21 SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 VOL. 63 NO. 23 STILL ONLY 50 CENTS Looking for customers to patronize your business or utilize your services? If you answered YES, then you need to place an ad in The Florida or Georgia Star! CALL 904/766-8834 to place your ad TODAY!! Check, Money Order, Or Credit CardsAccepted Wish to give us a News Story? Call (904) 766-8834 or Send it to: info@thefloridastar.com ad@thefloridastar.com Cant Get to the Store Have The Star Delivered Editorial...............................1 Church..........................2 Youth News...............................3 Talk of the Town...........................4 Columns..............................5 Crime and Justice........................6 Local-Florida................................7 Local-Georgia........................8 Sports........................9 Community.....................10 Classified...............11 Business........ ............................12 .... 12 I N S I D ESee Inside Church Talk of the Town Local Florida-Georgia Sports Community MISSINGCHILDREN SEE Crime & JusticeSEE WHATS INSIDE: See Page 9, Sports: Trayvons dad honored Jags updates Suns take home trophy Jacksonville Boxer Dead At 70 Mayor, Donor Issue Challenge to Help Teens His father Will Smith burst onto the hip-hop scene as the Fresh Prince with the hit Parents Just Dont Understand but it appears 15 yearold Jaden Smith didnt understand the consequences involved with encouraging his over 4,570,000 Twitter followers to drop out of school. The young star who teamed up with his dad on two flicks including stated If everybody in the world dropped out of school we would have a more intelligent societyŽ, Education is rebellionŽ and School is the tool to brainwash youthŽ. The Smiths alleged scientology school shut down recently. MAN ARRESTED IN FRIDAY THE 13TH MURDER Jacksonville cops continue search for Dollar General and bank robbers while six plead guilty in Brunswick By Frances Bradley, The Florida Star JACKSONVILLEThe Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH, prounounced ah-sah-lah) will hold its 98thAnnual Conference in Jacksonville, Florida at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverwalk October 2-6, 2013. Organizers expect close to 1,000 to attend in spite of the call for a boycott of Florida and repeal of the state's Stand Your Ground law following the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. For 98 years, ASALHs annual conference has drawn attendees from all over the U.S. and international destinations. The meeting features presentations of scholarly papers, panel discussions, and round tables about matters affecting African American life in the United States as defined by the annual Black History month theme. Conference plenary sessions are free and open to the public. African American heritage tours of Kingsley Plantation, American Beach, Jacksonville, and St. Augustine are also available for purchase by the public. Distinguished guest speakers include Director of the National African Art Museum and Jacksonville native Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, daughter of Medgar Evers, Ms. Reena Evers, renown poet and author Sonia Sanchez, sister of slain 16th Street bombing little girl Denise McNair, Ms. Lisa McNair, Director of the Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad and many more. After George Zimmerman was acquitted of the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, ASALH members were among the voices in support of boycotting Florida. With barely three months before the opening session, the executive council met to discuss the pros and cons of moving the meeting to another state. ASALH's national president Daryl Michael Scott had these comments after the council voted to keep the meeting in Jacksonville. "For nearly a century, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) has sought to empower people through knowledge, and recent events make it necessary for us to rededicate ourselves to our founding purpose....Ž "As for ASALH, we will go to Florida in early October precisely because our local branches and members have asked us to come and bring knowledge to bear on the problems confronting their community and the nation. This is the right thing for us." Scott has announced the creation of an empowerment project to update election laws and state histories on efforts to disfranchise Black people, which will be presented in Jacksonville. For conference registration or exhibit information, visit http://online.asalh.org. Conference of African-American Historians and Scholars Will Convene in FloridaDuring an end-of-summer celebration for JaxParks Summer Night Lights (SNL) initiative on Wednesday evening, Mayor Alvin Brown recognized attorney Wayne Hogan of the Terrell Hogan Law Firm for his substantial financial commitment to the youth anticrime, anti-violence initiative that operates in select parks each summer. Brown then joined Hogan in issuing a challenge to others. We work very hard to invest in the next generation through quality programs,Ž Mayor Brown said. We also are stronger when we work together. So it is my hope that Waynes commitment will serve as an inspiration to others in the community.Ž As an agency partner in the SNL initiative, Sheriff John Rutherford also commended Hogans efforts. As a long standing partner in public safety, I would like to thank Wayne Hogan for stepping up and personally ensuring that this important crime prevention program occurred this past summer,Ž Rutherford said. Because these SNL programs work, and because they have proven effective, I am sure more businesses and civic groups will support them, so we can help even more kids next year,Ž Hogan said. As part of a larger $200,000 commitment made during Jacksonvilles 2012 Economic Summit, Hogan donated $35,000 to SNL 2013, allowing JaxParks to offer several new teenbased programs aimed at providing career experiences, team-building activities, dance and mentoring. Programs included School Beats Academy, an eight-week program that introduces youth to careers in the music industry; Unified, an eight-week mentoring program; Mayne Event, an eight-week program that teaches step dance and rhythm; SNLs sports activities geared to develop sports skills and emphasize teamwork; and Thursday Youth Education Nights, a diverse array of education classes based on the Learn2Earn model to help prepare youth for life after high school. Approximately 500 youth attended those programs. This is the fourth year for SNL. The initiative, geared towards youth ages 13 through 21, operates at select parks for eight weeks on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 7 p.m. to midnight. All activities are free. This years SNL hosted six locations: Clanzel T. Brown, Grand Park, Robert F. Kennedy, Emmett Reed, Woodland Acres and McGirts Creek. Additional sites hosting pool-only activities included Charles Clark, Harts Road, Jefferson St. and Eugene Butler. JaxParks staff counted approximately 17,000 visits to SNL sites during the summer. School is the tool to brainwash youthŽ Jaden Smith Under Fire For Pushing School DropoutEX-FAMU PLAYER SHOT BY COP WHILE SEEKING HELP AFTER CAR CRASHThe Jacksonville born championship boxer, known for a his 12-round victory over Muhammad Ali, when he famously broke Ali's jaw, on March 31, 1973, has died. Kenneth Howard Norton, also known as the Jaw Breaker and Black Hercules passed away in Arizona on September 18 at age 70. While at Jacksonville High, he was a stellar athlete who won all eight events his track coach placed him in during a single meet. As a result, the Ken Norton Rule was passed limiting athletes to a maximum of three events. He later went to what is now Truman State University on a football scholarship. He won 42 of his 50 career fights, 33 of them being knock outs. Norton is a 1989 inductee of the World Boxing Hall of Fame, a 1992 inductee of the International Boxing Hall Of Fame, a 2004 inductee into the United States Marine Corps Sports Hall of Fame, and a 2008 inductee into the WBC Hall of Fame. He was awarded the Boxing Writers Association of America J. Niel trophy for "Fighter of the Year" in 1977. Voted Father of The Year in Los Angeles twice, Nortons son Ken Jr. was the NFL player to win a Super Bowl ring in three consecutive years. In tribute to his father's boxing career, Ken Norton Jr. would strike a boxing stance in the end zone each time he scored a defensive touchdown and throw a punching combination at the goalpost pad. Stars Say I Do In Weekend WeddingsIts official ladies John Legend and LeBron James are off the market. The superstars in music and basketball respectively walked down their aisle to their beautiful brides last weekend. Stevie Wonder was among the guests who attended Legends wedding to model Christy Teigan, who took to Instagram to share this photo. The couple have been an item since 2007. Meanwhile, James married his childhoo d sweetheart Savannah, who is mother of his children, in San Diego. While no wedding photos of Mr. and Mrs. James have surfaced, we did dig into the before they were stars vault to locate this high school photo next to this recen t pic of them at the ESP Y Awards. Katravis Forehand (pictured) has been arrested and transported to jail following his alleged involvement of the Friday September 13 shooting of Joe Nimmons. According to reports police responded to 5829 Christobel Avenue in reference to a person shot. Upon arrival the victim, Nimmons was located on the floor of the residence, unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds following an argument while gambling with Forehand. He also allegedly shot another man, Andre Bell. Forehand was identified via photospreads by multiple witnesses. He is charged with murder and attempted murder. He was surrendered to the JSO invoked his right to remain silent. On Sunday, September 15, 2013, at 9:35 p.m., the JSO began investigating an armed robbery to the Dollar General Store at 9156 103rd St. According to reports, two suspects entered the store and demanded everyone get on the floor face down. A witness stated that the suspects further demanded money from the registers from the safe and pointed a handgun in her face. Another witness told claimed both suspects were carrying firearms and when they left the store they fled westbound on 103rd St. Investigators also have information that there may be a gray van with a black female driver involved in this incident. The first suspect is described as a black male wearing a red hat, a black long sleeve shirt, blue jeans and covered his face with a black bandana. The second suspect is described as a black male wearing a black and white hat, gray t-shirt, blue jeans and also covered his face with a black bandana. In a separate incident the following day at 12:01 p.m. JSO began investigating a robbery at the Synovus Bank on 961 S. Lane Ave. The suspect demanded cash but did not display a weapon. After the robbery the he fled on foot in an unknown direction. He is described as a black male, dressed as woman with a curly wig, large sunglasses and brown clothes. Anyone who has any information about these crimes is asked to contact JSO at 904-630-0500. BRUNSWICK GUILTY PLEAS. SEE PAGE 8 27 year-old North Carolina police officer Randall Kerrick (right) was charged with voluntary manslaughter on Saturday after police say he fatally shot a man who had apparently just survived a car crash in Charlotte and was looking for help. Kerrick was released on $50,000 bond. Jonathan Ferrell, a 24-year-old former Florida A&M University football player, was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene early Saturday morning. Ferrell was unarmed. Ferrell family attorney Chris Chestnut said a video of the shooting recorded by a dash cam on one of the patrol cars shows that Kerrick fired four shots, then p aused. Moments later, the officer fired six more rounds and p aused again before firing the last two shots. "The shooting of Mr. Ferrell was excessive,Ž the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said in a statement. Our investigation has shown that Officer Kerrick did not have a lawful right to discharge his weapon during this encounter.Ž According to police, Ferrell crashed his vehicle into the woods, climbed out of his car and walked a half-mile to the nearest house. He began banging on the door viciously,Ž Charlotte-Mecklenburg Chief Rodney Monroe said. said. Alcohol was not a factor in the car crash, cops noted. Ferrells family stated he moved to Charlotte about a year ago to be with his fiancee and was working two j obs. He wanted to go back to school and eventually become an automotive engineer. He had no criminal record.


GREATER REFUGE TEMPLE Make this a September to remember. Join the Greater Refuge Temple as we celebrate our 50th Church Anniversary and Apostle Gentle Groover's 80th Birthday. On September 26 and 27, join us for Worship Services at 7:30 nightly. We will say thank you with psalmist Lisa Page-Brooks, give God our total praise with Richard Smallwood, ask The Lord to do it for us with Kervy Brown, and bless the Lord of the Harvest for showing up when we need Him with John P Kee. But thats not all! There will be a grand parade on Saturday, September 28 at 10am. The celebration will climax at the temple on Sunday, September 29th at 10am. Located at 1317 Rowe Avenue. For more information contact us at 904-768-4009 or visit us online at Refugejax.org NEW FOUNTAIN CHAPEL AME CHURCH, located at 737 Jessie St., Jacksonville, FL, with Rev. Louis Kirkland, Pastor. We the members of New Fountain Chapel cordially invite you to come and share with us as we present: Behold the bridegroom cometh,Ž Saturday, September 22, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. For more information, call 904-358-2258. THE HOLY TABERNACLE CHURCH, located at 6416 Miriam St., in Jacksonville,will celebrate its 66th Church Anniversary on September 23 September 29th. The celebration will open with Pastor Paul R. Cardona speaking on Monday, September 23, 2013; Evangelist Carolyn Clark on Tuesday, September 24, 2013; Pastor E. Smith on Wednesday, September 25, 2013; Apostle Austin Lancaster on Thursday, September 26, 2013; and Bishop James Stewart on Friday, September 27, 2013. We will have a Family Cookout on Saturday, starting at 11:00 a.m. and Services will conclude Sunday at 11:00 a.m. September 29th with our Bishop and Overseer, Bishop R. L. Jones. Our theme is,  We came this far by Faith. Ž For additional information, please call Sis. R. Renthope at 904-764-5885. LITTLE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH is having a Community wide Health Fair on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 10:00 2:00 PM. Many vendors such as Baptist Health, Wellcare, United Health and many others will be on site to provide valuable information. There will be free food and door prizes. The church is located at 1418 Van Buren Street, Jax, FL 32206, telephone 356-2525. Randy L. Sewell, Pastor. If you have any questions, I can be reached at 904-885-3018. JACKSONVILLE, FL ALEXANDER -MACK, Melanie Dannette, 49, died September 13, 2013. ANDERSON, James, died September 11, 2013. BABCOCK, Mercedes Elizabeth, 87, died September 10, 2013. BANKS, Willie James, Jr., 51, died September 4, 2013. BARDROFF, Rona Alma, 73, died September 13, 2013. BAXLEY, Ruby D., 82, died September 10, 2013. BIVINS Gladys Bielling, 90, died September 15, 2013. BROOKS Kenneth Alan, 58, died September 8, 2013. BYRD Johnnie, 66, died September 1, 2013. CALLAHAN, Lillian Mae, 50, died September 11, 2013. DAVIES, Robert Charles, Jr., 67, died September 12, 2013. DOTSON, Glenn, died September 12, 2013. DUNCAN, Annie Moore, 69, died September 6, 2013. FRAZIER Vivian, 87, died September 11, 2013. GRONDZKI, Larry Victor, 66, died September 6, 2013. GUTHRIE, Louis M., 80, died September 10, 2013. HARDEE, Rose Marie, 66, died September 10, 2013. HIGGINBOTHAM Rober Wayne, 64, died September 12, 2013. JACKSON, Francis, 44, died September 10, 2013. KOSSUTH Jacob Jim, 76, died September 8, 2013. KRABBE Richard B., 66, died September 10, 2013. LAMAR Curtis A., died September 11, 2013. LANG, Baby Girl Lauryn, died September 10, 2013. LEE, Norma Jean, 68, died September 9, 2013. MAPLES, Myrtis M., 91, died September 6, 2013. MASTALSKI Mary Theresa, 84, died September 10, 2013. McKAY, Michael Howard, 68, died September 10, 2013. MOODY, Robert Arthur, 67, died September 13, 2013. ODONNELL Kay Lynn, 55, died September 11, 2013. PARRISH Iren Vanzant, 92, died September 10, 2013. POOLE, Ruby Pauline, 85, died September 13, 2013. RAMOS Federico, died September 9, 2013. RILES, Sharon A., died September 10, 2013. SAUVE John Jack L., 81, died September 10, 2013. SCHAEFER, Margie Lovada, 87, died September 8, 2013. SHAW, Eddie, died September 8, 2013. SMALL Rev. Patricia Ann, died September 7, 2013. SMITH, Emma L., died September 12, 2013. SMITH James, III, 65, died September 12, 2013. STAIR Palma, die September 13, 2013. STELLE Pamela T., died September 7, 2013. STONE David Alan, Jr., 30, died September 8, 2013. SUMMERS, Earl, 80, died September 12, 2013. THOMAS, Norbet Joseph, died September 7, 2013. TUTTLE, Phyllis Elaine, 65, died September 11, 2013. WELCH, Joyce Marie, 79, died September 13, 2013. WRIGHT Rev. Nathaniel, died September 8, 2013.GEORGIA DEATHS ARMSTRONG, Angela, died September 14, 2013. BAKER, Eunice, died September 15, 2013. BISHOP, Arthur Lanny,Ž 40, died September 9, 2013. CASH Ruth, died September 8, 2013. COPELAND William Earl,Ž 62, died September 11, 2013. COX, Larelle, 74, died September 13, 2013. DEMPSEY, Ronald, died September 11, 2013. HANKERSON, Dwight, died September 12, 2013. LYMON, Jamie, died September 14, 2013. RICHARDSON, Bertha M., died September 10, 2013. SMITH, Paul Davis, 87, died September11, 2013. The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With UsŽ Faith In Our CommunitySchedule of Events and ServicesPAGE 2 THE STAR SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 CHURCH DEATH NOTICES DEATH NOTICES ANNOUNCEMENTS Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com Come join Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall, Sr.every Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM for Prayer Meeting and Bible Study at The Greater El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church, located at 723 W. 4th Street, Jacksonville, FL 32209. Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church 201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475 Rev. Pearce Edwing, Sr. Sunday Church School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m. Worship Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Glory HourŽ Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 a.m. Jehovah JirehŽ Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 p.m. 2nd & 4th Thursday Young at Heart Ministry . . . . . 10:00 a.m. Friday Joy Explosion Ministry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 p.m. New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208Sunday School ƒ..............ƒƒƒƒƒƒ..9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Intercessory Prayer...............ƒ..10:45 a.m. Morning Worship ......................11:00 a.m. Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 7:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Marion A. Wise, Senior Pastor Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus (904) 764-5727 Church GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCHThe Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyŽBishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586Sunday School.......................................................................................9:30 a.m. Morning Worship.................................................................................11:00 a.m. Tuesday................................................Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m. Thursday...............................................................................Joy Night,7:00 p.m.Email: Gospell75@aol.com Website: Greaterelbethel.org Tune In To WCGL AM RadioForIMPACT IMPACTTuesday and Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.AtWCGL1360.comThe Florida Star and Impact Striving To Make A Difference! Clara McLaughlin Leath Host Yvonne Brooks Co-Host Central Metropolitan C.M.E. Church4611 North Pearl St., Jacksonville, FL 32206 Ofc (904) 354-7426 Fax (904) 354-0934Rev. Marquise Hardrick, Pastor ~ Worship Service ~Sun Church School 9:30a.m. Sun Morning Worship -10:45 a.m. Tues Eve Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Wed Bible Study 12 Noon Wed Feeding Ministry 2:00 p.m. Lion of the Tribe of Judah Ministries, Inc. PASTOR Dr. Sirretta Williams (Temporary services held) 623 Beechwood St., Jacksonville, FL 32206 Sunday School.......10:00 a.m. ~ Sunday Worship .......11:00 a.m. Every 5th Sunday Friends and Family Day Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Direct Phone: 904.866.7047 Office Phone: 904.356.4226 Seeing Beyond The Lifestyle To Save A Life Website: www.lottojm.com Rev. Marquise & Mrs. Deedra Hardrick Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you; and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.Ž Mathew 28:19-20 Ask Us About OurALPHONSO WEST MORTUARY, INC.4409 Soutel Dr. Jacksonville, FL 32208 Tel: (904) 766-9671 Fax: (904) 766-2354 DIRECTORSDeborah West Alphonso West Jacqueline Y. Bartley If there had been a death in your family yesterday, what would you be doing today?FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED Since 1988Pre-Need Fore-Thought Funeral Planning ProgramIm sorry to have to tell you this...Ž


SEPTEMBER 21, 2013THESTARPAGE 3 ITS LITTLE MEECHIELil Meechie was walking along the railroad tracks across US 1 when suddenly he got his foot caught under one of the railroad ties. He tried to get it out, but it was really stuck. As he struggled to free his foot, he heard a noise and turned around. To his horror, he saw a train coming. Panicked Lil Meechie started to pray, God, please get my foot out of these tracks and Ill stop being bad!Ž Nothing happened, his foot was still stuck. He looked up to see the train getting closer! He prayed again, God, please get my foot out and Ill stop cussing AND being bad!Ž Still nothing, his foot was wedged tight. The train was just seconds away! Lil Meechie struggled frantically as the trains horn blared! He tried his plea one more time, God, please, if you get my foot out of the tracks, Ill quit being bad, Ill stop cussing, AND Ill stop trying to look up Tashas dress on Sundays,Ž ...but, just as the train was about to hit Dementrious, his foot broke free and he fell backwards, the train narrowly missing him. He got up, dusted himself off, looked toward Heaven and said, Thanks anyway God, but I got it myself!Ž Everest University in Jacksonville celebrates its Community Care DayŽ from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, on the campus at 8226 Philips Highway, Jacksonville, Fla. 32256. The event is free and open to the community and will feature activities for the entire family, including music and free food, blood drive provided by The Blood Alliance, chair massages courtesy of Message Envy, childrens activities and local vendors from around the community. For more information about the open house and the university, contact 904-7134949, or visit everest.edu/campus/jacksonville/ Y ou're invited to the How to Help Victims of Church Hurt and Religious & Spiritual Abuse Religious abuse refers to abuse administered under the guise of religion, including harassment or humiliation, possibly resulting in psychological. Religious abuse may also include misuse of religion for selfish, secular, or ideological ends such as the abuse of a clerical position. This Course will help Pastor and Future Christian biblical counselor with proven techniques to help heal victims of Spiritual Abuse. Get Certified as a "Religious and Spiritual Abuse Clinician" FRIDAY, September. 28, 2013 from 9:30am to 4pm at the St. Thomas University, 103 Century 21 Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Online or In-Class Training is Available. FSU STUDENT LEADERS, PRESIDENT TO JOIN FORCES IN SUPPORT OF IN-STATE TUITION FOR STUDENT VETERANS Florida State University Student Body President Rosie Contreras and student-veteran Andrew Sloan will issue a call to action to students across the state to support proposed legislative bills to offer in-state tuition to veterans who wish to attend one of Floridas state universities. This event is to be held Monday, September 23rd at Noon, at the Florida Capitol (in front of House Chambers), 400 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL. How to Help Victims of Church Hurt and Religious & Spiritual Abuse. Religious abuse refers to abuse administered under the guise of religion, including harassment or humiliation, possibly resulting in psychological. Religious abuse may also include misuse of religion for selfish, secular, or ideological ends such as the abuse of a clerical position This Course will help Pastor and Future Christian biblical counselor with proven techniques to help heal victims of Spiritual Abuse. Get Certified as a "Religious and Spiritual A buse Clinician,Ž Friday, September. 28, 2013, from 9:30am to 4pm. at St. Thomas University, 103 Century 21 Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Online or In Class Training is Available. ORLANDO, FL … Summer may be over, but Orlandos fall events are just starting to heat up. Autumn is a prime time to visit Orlando, not only for the world-class theme parks and attractions, but also the wide range of festivals and events for foodies, film buffs, fashionistas and more. €Fall Festivals For visitors seeking art and culture, the 40th Annual Winter Park Autumn Art Festival (Oct. 12-13) features work by outstanding Florida artists, live entertainment and food provided by local restaurants. The Orlando Film Festival (Oct. 16-20) includes events in and around the heart of Orlando, where patrons enjoy great films in exciting venues while experiencing Orlandos downtown lifestyle. Central Floridas largest Hispanic festival is Festival Calle Orange (Oct. 27), where people of many nationalities, religions and backgrounds come together to enjoy food, music and dancing in the streets of downtown. More than 200 award-winning artists display their diverse creations at the 38th Annual Festival of the Masters (Nov. 8-10) at Downtown Disney West Side. The event includes live entertainment, hands-on childrens activities and chalk art displays. Winter Park Concours dElegance (Nov. 10) is one of the most highly-regarded, judged exotic car shows in the United States, featuring more than 120 rare automobiles on display and an exotic car parade. €Halloween Events Halloween celebrations in Orlando are like nowhere else in the world. From bone-chilling haunted houses to costume parties with popular characters, the destination offers something for everyone. Little ones can enjoy tame fun at Walt Disney World Resort during Mickeys Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (Sept. 10 … Nov. 1), where guests trick-or-treat throughout the Magic Kingdom, catch the Boo-to-YouŽ Halloween parade and bewitching Happy HalloWishesŽ fireworks. SeaWorlds Halloween Spooktacular (Oct. 5-27) at SeaWorld Orlando invites youngsters to trick-or-treat among friendly sea witches, octopuses, mermaids and pumpkin fish in an underwater fantasia.Ž For the braver souls seeking a scare, Universals Halloween Horror Nights (Sept. 20 … Nov. 2) at Universal Orlando Resort allows guests to face their deepest fears in themed haunted houses, scare zonesŽ and mazes inspired by critically-acclaimed movies and televisions series. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS The Gantt ReportBy Lucius Gantt I began my major media career in 1968 as a television writer at WSB-TV in Atlanta Georgia. At that time, the riots, mayhem and civil disturbances of the late 1960s and early 1970s encouraged every big city newspaper, radio and television station that was accused of not having Black reporters covering events that took place in Black neighborhoods to go out and hire one or two African Americans. We didnt need to have media experience or communications education. The number one skill emerging Black journalists needed to have was the ability to read! Most of your heroes like the late CBS icon Ed Bradley, Washington, D.C.s Jim Vance and many others were mere school teachers when they were hired as broadcasters. Those of us that were first hired risked our careers and, perhaps in some instances, our lives, as we protested and spoke out for increased hiring of Blacks and other minorities. But oh what a difference a day and some years make! Today, many of us in Black communities dont recognize the dark skinned anchors and reporters with highly visible jobs in broadcast and print media. They dont live in our communities, they dont shop in our communities or patronize businesses in our communities and they dont embrace our communities. I didnt go to the recent National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) convention in Orlando, Florida but if it was like other NABJ conventions that I have attended before most of the attendees will tell you they got their low level or mid-level media jobs because they are great journalists and not because of their race and ethnicity. Stop laughing! Even if some writers and reporters dont really know why they were hired, The Gantt Report says one thing is crystal clear, the white people that are hiring todays ethnic journalists know exactly who they are hiring! New journalists are pre-screened and screened some more. Media employers know the backgrounds, the educations, the memberships, the affiliations, the credit records, the arrest records and family data of every worker hired. Now, that brings us to another issue of dark skinned people attacking each other. This week news is about comments made by CNN news host Don Lemon who sort of says that saggy pants, use of the N-word, lack of educations, and poor parenting has a lot to do with condition of the masses of African Americans. Lemon is not the first to suggest such explanations. His view is similar to views expressed by Bill Cosby and others. The Bible says you should love God and love your neighbors. The expressions of disdain regarding Black people does not indicate that some of these Blacks love their Black neighbors. Instead, it appears that comments that parrot Fox News host Bill OReilly and other conservatives show brain damage, not wisdom. Black people didnt create the N-word, give prisoners jail pants that sagged because they dont fit, or assign Black children to attend substandard schools. And there is no worse example in world history of poor, bad and devilish parenting than the type of parents white slave maters were that disrespected, disowned, beat, killed and sold their own offspring to other slave masters that would beat the children some more! When people like Don Lemon hate the way some Black people are it indicates to me that they hate themselves. Instead of criticizing African Americans in the manner that our exploiters want us to be criticized, Don Lemon and those that agree with him should ask themselves on question. Who taught you to hate yourself? (Buy Gantt's latest book "Beast Too: Dead Man Writing" at any major bookstore and contact Lucius at www.allworldconsultants.net)


PAGE 4THE STARSEPTEMBER 21, 2013 Talk of the Town! by Frances Bradley / Photos by Volume Burks Sandy Neal Photojournalist The Public Library in Downtown Jacksonville was the host for the documentary film On the Couch with Dr. Kaye,Ž she is the founder of Reclaim Global Inc., a non-profit organization to put an end to childhood sexual abuse. Dr. Kaye M. Smith is an advocate and God fearing woman that have worked with victims of sexual abuse for many years. She works with men, woman and children of all ages, races, social status, cultures and religions. The Red Carpet event for this powerful documentary was filled with stories of horror, pain and sadness but there was also laughter, smiles and even a rap song entitled Reclaiming the InnocentŽ written and performed by Pastor Anthony Moore aka Mo Bigga whom is also a Reclaimer, he had the entire room on their feet, pumping their fist to the powerful words and most awesome beat including Dr. Kaye Smith. Dr. Kaye has worked tirelessly to Break The Silence on this quiet epidemic that has crept into our neighborhoods, homes and into our childrens bedrooms at night disguised as fathers, grandfathers, uncles, neighbors, friends, aunts and cousins just to name a few. Dr. Kaye has counseled victims as well as perpetrators and has been instrumental in putting them in jails where they belong. She has taught the hundreds of victims that she has counseled to be ReclaimersŽ she calls them that because she has taught them they did nothing wrong, to reclaim their lives and most importantly to speak out against a most horrific crime against our young people, many whom cannot speak for themselves. Reclaim Global is a safe haven for victims of childhood sexual abuse where they can speak candidly about what happened to them and their perpetrators without judgment and fear of retaliation. When I met Dr. Kaye I was presently surprised at how small she was to have such a big voice and get so many people to rally behind her for this cause that she is so passionate about. The On the Couch with Dr. KayeŽ documentary film speaks on the stigma placed against the victims by their families and friends whom when they told that this vile and evil act was forced upon them either looked the other way, was told that they were lying or simply that they made it up. Dr. Kaye is working feverishly to change the way our country looks at childhood sexual abuse and to shed light on what is going on in our childrens bedrooms long after most of us have gone to sleep. Dr. Kaye feels the victims of these horrific acts are often ousted, talked about and condemned in our society and she is teaching one victim at a time to Stand Up and Speak Out and to keep telling someone until someone listens. Some perpetrators are getting away with the crimes because they have threatened and scared the victim into secrecy for so long that the statute of limitations has run out such as in the case of Shannon Hodges. Shannon, whom works alongside Dr. Kaye as her Executive Administrative Assistant, her perpetrator was her own father. Shannon did not find out until adulthood that her younger sister was also being molested because in almost all cases of child sexual abuse the perpetrator isolates his victims and forces them to keep his dirty secret. In the documentary his face and name is shown. Reclaim Global, Inc. is a non-profit organization that needs donations from the public to continue to fight the battle against this horrific crime. Reclaim Global along with all its supporters want to bring safety back to our neighborhoods and back into our homes that our little ones can be safe against these crimes against humanity and to give a voice to our children whom cannot speak out for themselves. On the Couch with Dr. Kaye was produced by Darnell Anderson and Anthony Moore. Music Scoring by Marco (Young Rippa) Williams. Reclaim Global accepts donations on their website at www.reclaimglobal.org or you can mail it to: Reclaim Global, Inc. P.O. Box 23605 Jacksonville, FL 32241-3605 Dr. Kaye is a wife and mother of two. Her son is Pastor Michael (Connie) Smith of the Church of Jacksonville. This Nation can no longer be quiet about sexual abuse against our children we are here to protect them and give them a safe environment. Please Stand Up for a child and Speak Out against Childhood Sexual Abuse. If you or someone you know is suffering from this horrible crime please call the National Sexual Abuse Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) and if you or someone you know is in immediate danger please call 9-1-1. For the adults who know that sexual abuse is happening and keep it quiet for whatever reason, may the blood of an innocent child be on your hands.Ž … Dr. Kaye Smith. E kaabo (eh-kah-bow). Welcome. CONFERENCE NEWS October 2-6, 2013 Hyatt Hotel Jacksonville RiverwalkThe following events are FREE and open to the public: ASALH Exhibit Area Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverwalk 3rdfloor Elevator Landing & Orlando Room Thursday, October 3, 2013, 12:00 p.m. … 6:30 p.m. Friday, October 4, 2013, 8:00 a.m. … 6:30 p.m. Saturday, October 5, 2013, 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY,October 2, 2013 Topic: Stand Your Ground: What Young People Are Doing and Can Do to Continue the Civil Rights MovementŽ Special guest Sabrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin 3:30 p.m., Milne Auditorium, Edward Waters College, 1658 Kings Road, 32209 THURSDAY, October 3, 2013 Plenary Session I Topic: African American Studies Past and Present: A Session in Appreciation of John H. Bracey 5:45 p.m. … 7:45 p.m., Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverwalk Grand Ballroom 1 & 2 Authors Book Signing 7:45 p.m. … 9:45 p.m., Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverwalk Grand Ballroom PreConvene Area FRIDAY, October 4, 2013 Plenary Session II Topic:  How Free is Free?: The March Since 1963Ž 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverwalk Grand Ballroom 1 & 2 Poetry Slam 10:00 p.m. … 12:30 a.m., Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverwalk Grand Ballroom 1 & 2 SATURDAY, October 5, 2013 Plenary Session III Topic: Making Emancipation: From a Black Reconstruction to a Black President 4:00 p.m. … 6:00 p.m., Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverwalk Grand Ballroom 1 & 2~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Join the James Weldon Johnson Branch of ASALH for an evening of Dinner, Dancing, and Fun Aboard Foxy Lady Cruises Jacksonville Lady WHEN: October 3, 2013 9:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. COST: $60.00 per person WHERE: Hyatt Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel 225 E. Coastline Dr. Jacksonville, FL 32202 (boarding dock located in front of hotel) ATTIRE: Casual Dress You dont want to miss it! Seating is limited! Reserve today! *Tickets are non-refundable For Tickets Contact: Khamil Ojoyo, Committee Chair: 904-635-3813, kujistar@yahoo.com Anita Shepherd, President: (904) 536-6906, amshepherd2003@yahoo.com Dr. Kaye Sponsors of the event Vikki Lumpkin and Eric D. Roberts Dr. Kaye and husband Stewart Smith Pastor Anthony Moore performing "Reclaim Innocence." Shannon Hodges Cast members, directors and producers


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PAGE 6 THE STAR AUGUST 31, 2013 Crime and Justice Crime and JusticeA Publication of the Florida Star and Georgia Star As an African American newspaper, we basically report on offenses committed by African Americans. Please note that in our observations, weekly reports show that African Americans DO NOT commit the largest percentage of criminal offenses in this ar ea. Citizens with tips are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS. You can remain anonymous and become eligible for a reward. MISSINGCHILDREN Name: Zaeisha Cobb Age: 15 Weight: 96 lbs Last seen: 8/21/13 Name: Miranda Dixon Age: 16 Weight: 120 lbs Last seen: 8/06/13 Name: Savari Hillmon Age: 15 Weight: 135 lbs Last seen: 8/17/13 Name: Larry Randall Age: 17 Weight: 150 lbs Last seen: 8/13/13MOSTWANTED Name: Cahari Jahquan Anderson Offense: Carrying Concealed Firearm, Armed Trespassing on Property Name: Reginald Burch Offense: Domestic Battery Strangle Name: Curtis Emery Anderson Offense: Aggravated Battery w/Deadly Weapon Safety Tips for Homes and Social Activities Here are some tips for those living in an apartment or a dorm. Also students or those that get involved into social activities, such as setting up parties, should keep some things in mind. Be Safe in your dorm or apartment : € Lock your door. € Use only initials and last name on your mailbox. € Know your neighbors and who you can call on for help. € Do not open your door without checking to see who is there and whether or not you know the person. Be wary of unexpected visitors. € Only let people you know into your room or home. € Keep your cell phone charged and near you. €Never prop open a building door or leave your room or apartment unlocked. € Keep first-story windows closed and locked. € If you feel that your safety is in jeopardy, call 911. If you plan to set up parties € Limit the number of guests (Parties that are open to everyone invite trouble.) €Talk with neighbors and ask them to contact you about any problems. € Keep noise to a reasonable level. Check outside your unit to see if noise could bother neighbors. € Be available to answer the phone and respond to neighbors concerns. €Control parking. Guests should not park in the yard or block driveways. € Make sure only those of legal age are drinking alcohol. €have alternatives to alcohol available. €Dont promote thirst serve some non-salty foods. € Dont allow excessive drinking. € Designate a responsible person as bartender. € Dont let anyone leave alone. €Stop friends from driving under the influence of alcohol. € Do not allow anyone to use the outdoors as a restroom. Be responsible or you may get into some trouble €If police respond to your party and they observe or hear a noisy party, your landlord and/or property owner may be fined. Fines will be increased for each additional party responded to.These fines are often passed down to the residents. € You and/or your guests may be cited for:underage consumption; misrepresentation of age to purchase alcohol; selling or giving alcohol to persons under 21; selling alcohol without a license. Safety Man Punches Officer During Traffic Stop During a routine traffic stop, 36-year-old Tony Lee McKenzie struck an officer in the face several times causing him to fall down and become disoriented. An intense struggle occurred when McKenzie attempted to remove the officers weapon from his holster. He continued until the officer was able to get McKenzie to away long enough to pull out his service weapon and order McKenzie to the ground. At this point, McKenzie fled into a wooded area where the officer gave chase, however, he was bleeding profusely, had blurry vision from a cut above his left eye, and lost sight of McKenzie. Officers responded to the area but were unable to locate him. the officer is expected to make a full recovery. As police were searching for McKenzie, he turned himself in the next day. He admitted to doing some stupid things because he did not want to go to jail,Ž but denied ever hitting the officer. He stated that during the struggle, he may have had accidentally hit him. McKenzie was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting an officer with violence, and depriving an officer means of protection Tony McKenzie Homicide Suspect Killed During Shootout with Police A homicide suspect was shot and killed during a shootout with police at a hotel. Law enforcement officers from three agencies were met with shotgun fire while searching for a murder suspect. The shooting occurred shortly after midnight at a hotel. The Fugitive/SWAT team, police officers, and US Marshals were trying to apprehend 27-yearold Henry Kiner III, who was wanted for a homicide. Police described the whole incident as an ambush.Ž Shortly after midnight, law enforcement approached a man inside a black pickup truck as he started to pull out of a hotel parking lot. As they approached the driver, who was later identified as 28-yearold Junior Fletcher, one of Kiners associates, they found themselves being shot at from above. Kiner came out from room #212 and was shooting at deputies and officers from the second floor of the hotel. Kiners gunfire was returned, and he died at the scene. No law enforcement officers were hit. An officer was transported to the hospital after injuring his arm. He was not shot and was treated and released. Daniel Forrest, who was staying in room #214 and was not involved in the incident, was shot by Kiner or law enforcement officers. He suffered a non life-threatening injury. No other injuries were reported. Police obtained a warrant for Kiners arrest for a homicide that occurred on August 11, 2013. Investigators said after that murder, Kiners mom stated that she remembered a conversation about two weeks ago where he told her, Im never going back to prison.Ž According to detectives, just last night, Kiner told Fletcher, This is the last time youre going to see me.Ž Kiner was released from prison August 2011 after serving a sentence for a 2006 armed robbery. Fletcher was arrested on unrelated charges for possession of narcotics. He was also released August 2011 from prison, where he had been incarcerated since the age of 16 for robbery. Homicide detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting and six officers have been placed on administrative assignment, which is a part of standard procedure for the use of excessive force. The investigation is still ongoing. Henry Kiner III Junior Fletcher iPhone Used to Track Down Suspects who Stole iPad At 11:35 a.m., police were dispatched to a home in reference to a burglary to a residence. The victim stated he returned to his home around 11:30 a.m. from being gone for about 6 hours and discovered his residence had been burglarized. He pointed out a set of tire tracks in the grass which led from his front driveway to the back yard and back. All four burners on his stove were set on "HIGH" and smoke was seen burning on several napkins. The victim believed he got home just in time or his residence would have been on fire. The napkins were located in the upper cabinet which was left open when he came in. The residence was ransacked. Every room had been entered by the unknown suspects. Computers, televisions, surround sound system, camera, clothing, towels and other items were found stolen. The victim was missing an iPad and had an application synced to his iPhone which showed the exact location of the iPad. The victim rode with officers to the exact address while tracking the iPad. Police observed suspect, 28-year-old Danyrell Floyd, sitting on the steps in front of an apartment with what appeared to be a tablet device in her lap. It was determined it was the victims iPad. 25-year-old Christopher Deering was standing in front of a nearby apartment wearing the victims monogrammed T-shirt with the victims name "Larry" embroidered on the front and also wearing his Pajama bottoms, that were stolen. The T-shirt was custom made for the victims personal use. Both suspects were arrested for arson, burglary, and dealing in stolen property and booked into jail. Floyd Deering


LOCAL SEPTEMBER 21, 2013THE STAR PAGE 7 Florida SAVING OUR YOUTHŽRepresentatives Mia Jones, Reggie Fullwood and Senator Audrey Gibson hosted a Community meeting Saving our YouthŽ Civil Citations: In and Out of School on Thursday, September 12, 2013. The event held at FSCJs Downtown Campus Auditorium was moderated by former State Representative and current CEO of Volunteers in Medicine, Mike Weinstein with panel participants; Superintendent Dr. Nikolai Vitti, State Attorney Angela Corey, David Utter-Southern Poverty Law Center, Lawrence Hills-Teen & Truancy Court Program, Rob Mason-Office of Public Defender, Chief David Coffman-Duval County Public Schools Police, Chief Michael Edwards-JSO, and Attorney Rhonda Peoples-Waters, P.A. The event was designed to call attention to the use of civil citations for first-time youthful offenders. The process, which statistics show reduces recidivism, allows youth who commit first-time, non-violent misdemeanors, to receive intervention services including family counseling, and other wrap around services. Youth who successfully complete the required sanctions leave the program without an arrest record which often impedes military, educational and employment opportunities. In the upcoming 2014 Legislative Session, both Jones and Gibson plan to file separate legislation relating to the use of civil citations. Winn Dixie Presents the Taste of Black Expo hosted by Senate Chef Daniel Thomas featuring Grammy Award Winning Singer Regina Belle.Jacksonville, FloridaThe 2013 Florida Black Expo will usher in the weekend festivities Friday October 4 at The EverBank Field Touchdown Club …East, by shining the spotlight on some of the areas best chefs, caterers and restaurants at the Taste of Black Expo hosted by Presidential/Senate Chef Daniel Thomas! Food is an integral part of all our lives and there are several minority chefs and caterers in the area that deserve more exposure said Jeannie Jackson, VP of Marketing at Thomas Media Group, which produces Black Expo and Black Pages. We responded to the overwhelming response to last years Taste, by adding more vendors, offering more entertainment and by inviting Chef Thomas.Ž Thomas is the Former U.S. Senate Head Chef and Catering Chef for the United States Capitol, where he prepared meals for the U.S. Senators and their wives. His Capitol Hill tenure included direct meal planning and preparation for President Barak Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. Currently a private chef, his clients include U.S. Senators, other highly elected officials, as well as celebrities. Title Sponsor Winn Dixie is proud to support the Chefs appearance. He is a strong advocate for healthy eating, Chef Daniel Thomas serves as Regional Executive Chef for the American Diabetes Association. The animated and entertaining Thomas will present The Best of the TasteŽ Awards. New this year, attendees will vote on the Best Desert, Best Savory and Best Display, with the winner in each category being awarded $500 for their culinary expertise. Chefs, caterers and restaurants interested in participating in the Taste should contact the Jacksonville Office of Black Expo/Black Pages at 904-727-7451. Local business leaders, Black Expo sponsors and the community at large will enjoy this festive occasion which will also feature musical performances by regional talent and Grammy award Winner Regina Belle! Since 1987, the popular singer has garnered numerous awards, recorded 2 gold and one platinum albums and enjoyed a string of hits including: Baby come to MeŽ Make It Like it WasŽ and the Grammy award winning duet with Peabo Bryson Whole New WorldŽ from Disneys Aladdin Soundtrack. Partial Proceeds from the Taste of Black Expo will benefit the Jack and Jill Shannon McCants Memorial Scholarship fund, which assists deserving local graduating seniors who are pursuing a degree in pharmacy at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University. For more information about the Taste of Black Expo, presented by Winn Dixie, log onto the company website at: BlackExpoSouth.com, or call 1-800-419-2417 or 904-727-7451 What:Winn Dixie Presents: The Taste of Black Expo Where: EverBank Field When: Friday October 4, 2013 Touch Down Club-East Time: 6:30-10:30pm One EverBank Field Drive Contact: BlackExpoSouth.com Jacksonville, FL 32202 904-727-7451 Tickets: $50-w/TMG VIP Card (by10/2) $60advance Ticket Purchase: TasteofBlackExpo.eventbrite.com $70day of Chef Daniel Thomas President Barak Obama and Chef Daniel Thomas Jacksonville Earns National City of the Year Award for Veterans Courtesy of COJ.net The City of Jacksonville has been honored by the veterans organization the Forty & Eight as its National City of the Year. City Council Member Don Redman, District 4, accepted the award on behalf of the city at the Forty & Eight convention in Phoenix, Ariz., on Friday, Sept. 13. This honor from the Forty & Eight helps greatly to build Jacksonvilles reputation as one of Americas truly great military and veterans cities,Ž said Councilman Redman. There are many thanks in order here, from the hard work of many city employees to the selfless dedication and courage of the countless men and women who serve our nation.Ž


The Community of Sinai will celebrate "The Man, Pastor and Community Leader" Dr. John Davis Perry, II On Sunday, Sept 29, @ 6pm 7280 Dover Bluff Road, Waverly, Georgia. This Appreciation Service is being slated as an opportunity to encourage one of Gods Generals while being encouragedŽ. Guest Speaker for this celebration is Elder Dwight Follins. Dr. Perry is the Senior Pastor of Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church of Waverly Ga., a community of imperfect people, who welcome imperfect people to learn and grow in the truth of Gods inspired Word. Under Dr. Perrys guidance, Mt Sinai has experienced phenomenal growth becoming one church in two locations serving both the city of Brunswick, Georgia at 3150 Johnston Circle and Waverly, Georgia at 7280 Dover Bluff Road. Dr. Perrys vision has spearheaded several outreach programs, including S2S (Service to Seniors) in 2010, Sinai Success Academy-Summer Program in 2011, both community based programs that have empowered the City of Brunswick and the Surrounding Communities. Dr. Perrys social and community activity has been noted, garnering him the 2011 Links, Inc. "Man of Distinction" Award and a 2012 appointment as President of the Brunswick, GA Chapter NAACP. He serves as Bishop for PFHC (Pentecostal Fellowship of Holiness Churches). He is an inspirational author, a personal development trainer, motivational speaker, spiritual advisor & spiritual father to many. He holds a Doctorate as a Philosopher of Christian Education and a Masters in Christian Education from Jacksonville Theological Seminary. For Additional Information please contact (912) 265-8254. PAGE8 THESTAR SEPTEMBER21, 2013 DR. JOHNPERRYIII: The Man, Pastor and Community LeaderŽ FEDERAL PROSECUTIONS FOCUSING ON GUN, DRUG AND VIOLENT CRIME IN BRUNSWICK, GA AREA NET SIX GUILTY PLEASCortez Arbery, 25, of Brunswick, pled guilty earlier this month before Chief United States District Court Judge Lisa Godbey Wood to being a felon in possession of a firearm. If Arbery is determined to be an armed career criminal,Ž he faces a minimum of 15 years in federal prison. During the guilty plea hearing, the evidence showed that Arbery possessed a stolen .38 caliber pistol after having been previously convicted of three felony drug offenses. Arberys guilty plea was the latest in a series of federal prosecutions focusing on gun, drug and violent crime in the Brunswick, Georgia area. Five others previously pled guilty in federal court for their role in weapons and drug offenses: Gromyko Green, 33, pled guilty to possessing a sawed-off shotgun and cocaine; John Wesley Boone, 27, pled guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm; Calvin Grovener, 24, pled guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm; Patrick Tenney, 23, pled guilty to receiving a firearms while under indictment; and, Reginald Beckham, 19, pled guilty to trafficking crack cocaine. The sentencings of each of the six defendants will take place after the United States Probation Office conducts pre-sentence investigations. United States Attorney Edward J. Tarver said, The number one priority of the United States Attorneys Office is the protection of the citizens of the Southern District. Those who commit violent offenses in the Brunswick area by trafficking in guns, drugs and the fear of others can expect to have their operations relocated to a federal prison cell.Ž All six cases were investigated by the Glynn/Brunswick Violent Crime Task Force, which consists of agents and officers from the ATF, the FBI, the Glynn County Police Department, the Brunswick Police Department, the Glynn County Sheriffs Office, and the Georgia State Probation Office. The Task Force was formed in December 2012 to combat growing gun violence in Glynn County. Thus far, over 53 guns have been seized. Investigations are ongoing and further federal prosecutions are expected. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Charlie Bourne and Shane Mayes prosecuted the cases on behalf of the United States. Last week, Connie Patrick, Director of FLETC, presented a $500 check to Chief Tobe Green for the Brunswick Police Department K9 program. The money was collected by FLETC staff members. The Brunswick Police Department expressed thanks to them for their contribution to help restart their K9 program. FLETCDonation To Help Reestablish BDPK9 Unit JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN BRUNSWICK MASS MURDER CASENearly four years after what is considered Georgias largest mass killing in recent memory, it appears that the death penalty murder trial is finally getting underway to determine the fate of the accused, Guy Heinze Jr. Back in 2009, police responded to a gruesome scene at Good Hope Mobile Home Park after Heinze claimed his entire family had been beaten to death. The victims were Guy Heinze Sr., 45; his close friend Russell RustyŽ D. Toler Sr., 44; Tolers children, Russell Toler Jr., 20, Chrissy Toler, 22, and Michelle Toler, 15; Rusty Tolers sister Brenda Gail Falagan, 49; and Chrissy Tolers boyfriend, Joseph L. West Jr., 30 and Chrissy Tolers 3 year-old son Byron Jimerson. Michael was still alive when police arrived but succumbed to injuries a day later making Byron the sole survivor of the massacre. Now 7, the boy recovered from a severe head injury and has since resided with his paternal grandmother. Now the quest is on to select jurors in a case which made international headlines. 450 potential jurors were summonsed on Monday with only 256 appearing. It is hoped that the number can be narrowed to 50. If they fail to qualify after individual interviews, then another group of 450 potential jurors will be summonsed. Of the 256 who responded to their summonses, there are at least 15 panels of 14 to 16 potential jurors. The panels came to court at 9am and 2pm, respectively. They were advised on the trial procedures and advised that in the event they find the suspect guilty, three possible sentences can be delivered life with the possibility of parole, life without parole and death. Heinz trial is set to begin in October.


SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 THESTAR PAGE9 Suns Win 2013 Southern League Promo Trophy JACKSONVILLE JAGUARSHIGHLIGHTS By FREDWITT&MIKE BONTS Jaguars starting QB Blaine Gabbert missed Sunday's game at Oakland due to a cut on his throwing hand sustained in the 28-2 loss to Kansas City at EverBank Field. Gabbert needed 15 stitches to close the laceration on his right hand, the result of hitting a Chiefs facemask. Backup Chad Henne will start against the Raiders. "It's got to heal, and we need to keep it clean," said Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley. "The big concern would be with the amount of stitches, that it could re-open and then the chance of infection occurring. We are going to handle that right. Hopefully we get him back next week or after the Seattle game." The Jaguars opener was the first time an NFL team has scored exactly two points in a game since Dec. 12, 1993, when the Cincinnati Bengals lost to the New England Patriots, 7-2. It was also the first regular season game under Bradley. Bradley spent four seasons as defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks before joining the Jaguars. Kansas City held a 291-178 advantage in total net yards. The Jaguars advanced past Kansas City's 36-yard line only once in four quarters. In the next game Florida State kicker Sebastian Janikowski kicked four field goals to lead the Oakland to a 19-9 home victory over the winless Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Penalties killed any chance of consistency on offense against the Raiders and kept the Jaguars defense on the field for several plays longer than necessary. Penalties were the big issue for us. I believe there were eleven total including false starts, hands to the face and special team penalties,Ž said first year head coach Gus Bradley. We had two that occurred on fourth down that extended the drives, we had a personal foul, unnecessary roughness on a down that would have been a third and twelve. Instead it gave them a first down. All in all the penalties contributed to thirteen points. We just need to clean those things up.Ž The Jaguars had 249 yards of total offense and just 34 on the ground as the Raiders won for the first time this season. Jaguars Running back Maurice Jones-Drew did not play after suffering a left ankle injury in the first half. Obviously weve got to find ways to get better. Were given the opportunity to have another week and we're going to do what we can to turn this around and have a good week this weekend,Ž said Jacksonville veteran center Brad Meester.The Jacksonville Suns are the second annual winner of the Southern League Promotional Trophy for the 2013 season, announced by the league office. With the award, the Suns will be the Southern League's nominee for the Larry MacPhail Award, which honors the team demonstrating the most outstanding promotional work in Minor League Baseball. The Larry MacPhail Award will be presented at the 2013 Baseball Winter Meetings in Orlando, Fla., from Dec. 9-12. The Suns featured one of the most unique promotional schedules in all of baseball during the 2013 season, entertaining 295,258 fans at Bragan Field during 67 home games in Jacksonville. The Suns finished third in the league in total and average attendance (4,407). The highlight of the year came on July 17, when the Suns hosted the 2013 Southern League All-Star Game presented by State Farm in front of a Southern League All-Star Game record crowd of 9,373 fans at Bragan Field. The Suns express appreciation to all sponsors, local and national, for their support of Suns baseball in 2013 making this recognition possible. Buy your tickets today! JaxEvents.comWEDNESDAY, OCT. 9 € 7 P.M.Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Tickets available at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Box Office, all outlets, online at Ticketmaster.com, or charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000. TICKETS START AT $15 PRESENTED BY PRESENTED BY TICKET 15 T A $T A AR ST TICKETS ST TA AR TA Florida A&M University 27 Mississippi Valley State 10 Left to right:Jaguars linebacker J T Thomas blocking the punt with his chest, which leads to a safety. Chiefs Junior Hemingway catching a touchdown. Despite score, Roar still keeping the spirit up. aguars Ace Sanders trying to break free from Chiefs defenders for additional yards. Team mascot Jaxon D'Ville leading the Jags to the field. PHOTOS BY LAURENCE GREENE/FLORIDA STAR The play of rookie safety Johnathan Cyprien was one of the bright spots for the Jaguars in their 19-9 loss at Oakland. Jacksonville rookie receiver Ace Sanders caught five of the seven passes intended for him, finishing with 64 yards in Sunday's loss at Oakland.Receiver Cecil Shorts led the Jaguars with 93 receiving yards on eight catches.Tight end Clay Harbor celebrates the Jaguars' first TD of the season, a 13-yard pass from QB Chad Henne.The ninth annual MEAC/SWAC Challenge presented by Disney will featured Florida A&M and Mississippi Valley State on Sunday, Sept. 1 2013 at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium in Orlando, Florida .Florida A&M University's band "The Marching 100" made its first appearance in nearly 22 months after the 2011 hazing death of drum major, Robert Champion. The band's first game appearance since a seasonlong suspension As the band marched into the Florida Citrus Bowl, fans stood and cheered, It's great to have them back "It's a new day," FAMU band announcer Joe Bullard said as the performance began. "Size does not matter. The sound is clear." The Florida A&M Rattlers have named Trayvon Martin's father an honorary captain after a moving speech he gave the team on Sunday. #7 Damien Fleming QB Jacksonville Raines High School. (Right) Jeremy Johnson #27 and Donnie Gill ESPNCamille Baker Miss FAMU Senior, Ronnie Mackey, Je., Mr FAMU Senion, Janaye Thompson Queen of Orange and Green, Junior, and Kevin Lee King of Orange and GreenLeft:Tracy Martin (father of Trayvon Martin)Carol Jackson, Tyrone Thompson, and Julianna Tia Pruill Daisy W. Lynum District 5. Commissioner City of Orlando and Lashawnda JacksonJackson Orlando. Charles Kemp III, Kia Mitchell Kemp, Charles Kemp Jr, Joce Kemp, Jessie Kemp, and Charles Kemp of Jacksonville. Roberta Manuel, Ken Manuel, and Bridgett Manuel PHOTOSBYFRANKMPOWELL III


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Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 5630 Phillips Hwy, Jacksonville, FL 32207 MICHAEL WILLIS 006 $368.60 MICHAEL WILLIS 046 $207.45 DARIN CLARE 608 $743.85 WARREN WITSELL 210 $561.35 CHARDOAYS CATERING 209 $400.90 PABLO SANCHEZ 568 $208.30 ALEXANDER BYERS 542 $114.15 MICHAEL ONYEAGORO 561 $272.45 CHARDOAYS CATERING 211 $400.90 Notice is hereby given that on October 9, 2013.Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer. Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 400 West Ashley St., Jacksonville, FL 32202.BRIAN DAVIS 7209 $224.30 IVAN TAYLOR 1123 $82.05 ERIN BATTLE 5701 $156.90 SOPHIA RICHARDSON 1309 $168.70 HAROLD AMOS 1231 $144.10 SANDRA MUNIALO 1074 $176.65 JERICO CRUZ 2115 $165.50 QUINCEY EDWARD BOWERS 1413 $94.35 SHANTORIA LEE 4405 $240.40 SHIRLEY HOLDER 7117 $212.30 JAMES STEWART JR 2024 $186.90 KOLANDRA ABRAHAM 1307 $79.10 KOLANDRA ABRAHAM 3206 $121.90 Notice is hereby given that on October 9, 2013. Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 9411 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32225. JOSEPH DELAUNE B504 $400.85 TIFFANY BRACEY B060 $291.76 HARRY JACOBS B757 $117.40 EUDEZE ULYSSE B161 $545.30 JEFFEREY DORSEY B029 $179.45 KELLISH GAYTON B172 $281.80 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013 Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 7052 103rd St., Jacksonville, FL 32210. CHERELL COLLAZO D155 $273.80 BRANDY TERLECKY C001 $241.70 NOAH JONES C012 $229.70 GEORGE JONES C005 $349.45 GEORGE SMITH D054 $422.90 DAVID HERRING D122 $273.80 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013. Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 701 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32065. JONATHAN DAVIS 1290 $243.60 MELISSA MCCOMSEY 1046 $211.50 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013. Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer. Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 8115 Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32244. OCELIA WHITEHEAD C362 $229.70 DEREK WILCOXEN C417 $153.20 LOLITA QUARLES B432 $111.45 ANTHONY GILBERT C364 $200.80 JASON LEDBETTER B453 $343.49 CHERYLANN HARRIS B520 $400.85 Notice is hereby given that on October 9, 2013 Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 3435 Phillips Hwy., Jacksonville, FL 32207.SHERYL SALAS D252 $197.60 GLORIA BRYANT D150 $294.12 GLYNDA WILLIAMS A018 $374.10 BRITTANY MARONEY C400 $261.10 JERRY ROCHESTER D130 $165.50 MARY BRYANT C341 $283.20 LATRISSIA SAWYER C490 $283.20 NICHOLE THOMAS A022 $297.10 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013. Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 6805 103rd St., Jacksonville, FL 32210. JAMI HEFFINGTON 0258 $307.80 TACOMA GRIER 0259 $421.70 TAMICKA MCKINNO 0349 $232.90 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013. Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 5481 Normandy Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32205. JOAN FORDHAM 1116-17 $240.40 NANETTE TAYLOR AA7635A $238.30 DAWN HILLARD-MARGAN 0972-73 $132.85 TETESHA BOSTIC 2089 $301.80 DANYELL SCURRY 1094 $251.05 MARCOS MORALES 1307 $320.60 KIMBERLY CLEMONS 2012 $256.40 PHYLLIS SALAAM 2096 $195.50 TRY-SHY RHETT 2020 $165.50 YVONNE JACKSON AA2987C $288.50 LESSIE TAYLOR T0123 $154.80 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013. Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer. Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 11490 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32217. ERIC BRENDA JASLOVE 1119 $229.70 SARAH ST. MARTIN 3623 $422.25 U-Haul company does reserve the right to refuse any bids. The Sale will Begin at 8:00 a.m. and continue day-by-day until all units are sold. All goods are to be sold under Florida Statute 83.806U-HAUL COMPANY OF NORTHERN FLORIDA Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013 Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 9422 103rd St., Jacksonville, FL 32210. CHRISTI GARRETT 076 $248.20 PATRICIA FREEMAN 042 $529.25 HEATHER EDENFIELD 044 $559.25 LUTHER WILKINSON 105 $208.30 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013 Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 1651 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32208. ERNEST JACKSON 1046 $497.15 ASHLEY GREEN 1254 $460.05 LISA DAISE L147 $251.10 RHONDA WASHINGTON 2001 $275.70 IRA WRIGHT L107 $265.00 LATISHA GAY 1056 $497.15 PAUL KENDRICKS 1106 $664.00 MARQUIVEOUS HARRIS 2002 $275.70 M. MAUREEN FORTUNE 1036-38 $422.30 Notice is hereby given that on October 8, 2013. Jerry Mahaffee Storage Auctioneer. Executive Administrator for U-Haul Company of Northern Florida, will be offering for sale under the judicial Lien Process; by Public Auction; the following storage units. Household goods are stored at the U-Haul center located at 6100 Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32244. PAUL BUSCEMI 194 $392.75 DONNELL ARTYBRIDGE 169 $240.40 RICKEISHA PORTIS 047 $271.00 BETTINA WOOFORD 146-47 $372.00 ROBERT PROPHET 007 $326.00


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