Aged Old Headstone found in Yard

To: The Florida Tribune

From writer: Frank Paul Gambino


Aged Old Headstone found in Yard


Rev. Frank Paul Jones and his cousin John W. Moss; while working in the yard cleaning up in preparation of the opening of the Blue Temple the headquarters of the NCNCHINC; found old headstone.  The name on the headstone is being held under wraps, while the location of the body remains are being sought after.  The headstone belonged to someone who was born in 1874 and died in 1980.


The committee over the grave yard is doing everything to in their power to remedy the situation.  However the ledger identifying the sites burial locations is owned by the Jones Family as an inheritance for the life work of Eston E. L. Roberts, who was the Worshipful Master of the Prince Hall Masons here in Avon Park, FL.  And care taker of the burial site.


The family feels the pain of the people here in Highlands County that do not know where the remains of their loved ones are.  However, the family found that $7,000.00 that was earned through the Hard Labor of Eston E. L. Roberts is missing.  This is money he promised to his nephew as startup capital, to continue his operations.


The family came to the consciences that if the money is return, the rightful owners being the Jones family and the City of Avon Park agrees to treat blacks like whites and hold their burial grounds sacred and pay the Family $1,300.00 per months as white cemeteries receive, they will continue the work of Eston E. L. Roberts and maintain the cemetery.


Rev. Jones said “fine we are in the cemetery business it is our duty to the community.”  Both of his parents and grandparents where buried at what will be named the Eston E. L. Roberts cemetery?  Justifiably named as he like Adam was told from God, without comparison he told Avon Park there is your mother and there are your father gravesites.  We have to know this information and it will be shared when the family inheritance is put back in tack.    Eston E.L. Roberts did a fine thing and should be remembered.   


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Capstone Zulu and prophetess NaQuila are on the verge of making a mark on entertainment.  The world is about to be introduced to a totally new way of entertaining.  The issues nobody dares to touch in fear of being called crazy they daringly expose.


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I call on the many celebrities and ordinary philanthropists to help make our dream come alive.  We are in the process of attempting to get an equity line of credit to renovate our Headquarters Location here in Avon Park, Florida. 


I am very busy trying to develop NCNCHINC into a class (A) non profit order.  We have big plan in assisting in the development of Highlands County, FL where Avon Park is located.


Our first fundraiser is to build the Blue Temple Studios.  It will be a state of the art DAW meaning Digital Audio Workstation.  The acoustics in the building is good and we plan to put an isolation booth within it confines.


You are probably asking, why a recording studio?  How is this going to help the community?  The bottom line is a black owned recording studio is in demand down here.  We have a lot of untapped talent on the streets and in the churches and the profits from this enterprise will go to the order of the NCNCHINC.


Also, at our headquarters will build a social club, because my uncle Worshipful Master Roberts drilled into my mind the need for one and it is my duty to carry on his torch.  Even as I am not a Freemason I was choosing to finish out his work of community work.


We plan to use the second floor of our headquarters to hold conference meetings among other things. 


As we do not have 501 c 3 statuses yet, do financial constraints and the structure of our board of directors.  We ask that you do not get carried away in you charitable gifts, but please do give.





The Rev. Frank Paul Jones