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Thousands swarm Caleb Center seeking food

Congresswoman Wilson's town hail addressesAMER

cuts in SNAP and concerns over hunger
BV 0. Kevin McNair County, the USDA and Farm Share.
kmcneir@miamitimesonline.comn Local politicians were also on hand to
____________ -listen to the testimonies of their conLiberty City residents filled a Joseph stituencies. During the meeting, the Caleb Center meeting room totaling well conversation squarely focused on how over 1,000 men, women and children residents will survive given the pending last Saturday in order to address their cuts. Many wanted to know how they concerns about how imminent Nov. are expected to survive with less food. 1st cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition And it wasn't just Blacks who voiced Assistance Program [SNAP] will impact their concerns as a large percentage their lives. It is estimated that l-in-4 of Spanish-speaking residents also families across the U.S. currently rely expressed their fear. But most of the on on SNAP benefits formerly known comments came from senior citizens as the food stamp program. The town barely able to walk to the microphone hall meeting was convened by Con- but determined to speak their minds. gresswoman Frederica Wilson who was Wilson supplied information as to joined by representatives from Access what kinds of resources are available. A%
Florida, South Florida Work Force, She initiated a new program called *The $0h79 MJ 5 2 0 0$ 6
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Report states: Toddler found in National NAACP appoints


ditch Monday died accidentally iler interim president
Miam Ties taffreprt acebok agethatMaraA sociated Press take the lead during the
Miam lies taf reon acebok agetha Maiahsearch. President and CEO
drowned in the hole. BALTIMORE The NAACP Benjamin Jealous announced
Last Saturday, a frantic Earlier that afternoon, hsselected a former House last month that he will step
search for a missing Florida the child had been reported of Representatives clerk as an down at the end of the year.
City girl ended in tragedy when missing by the mother's interim president and CEO Miller is set to assume daythe child was found dead. boyfriend which prompted while the organization seeks a to-day responsibilities at the
Mariah Neveah Johnson, residents and Florida City nwlae.Baltimore-based group on












O PININ_2A THE MIAMI TIMES, OCTOBER 23-29, 2013 15LACKS MIJSJCONTROL THEIR OWN DESTINY

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defianceon civi rightsCREDO OF THE BLACK PRESSedth f
In August, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced H.E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Founder, 1923-198 The Black Press believes that America can best la h
that the Defense Department would begin offering full GARTH C. REEVES, JR., Editor, 1972-1 982 world from racial and national antagonism when It accords to spousal and family benefits, including health care coy- GAT .REES. ulse mrtsevery person, regardless of race, creed! or color, his or her
erage, housing allowances and survivor benefits, to the same- RACHEL J1. REEVES, Publisher and Chairman thumanland lregal srights tin nopevr person fnear o ie person sex spouses of military personnel. In doing so he swiftly that all persons are hurt as long as anyone Is held back, rig EA~
aligned the military with the Supreme Court's ruling in June -- ___ ______ 4 ,,, .. -- _- --- _____ _____striking down the Defense of Marriage Act's denial of federal
marriage benefits to lawfully married same-sex couples. E
National Guard units in four states Texas, Mississippi,
Louisiana and Oklahoma have, however, refused to process
applications by same-sex couples in a convenient and respect- GOP's tactics rendered negative results
ful manner. To register for benefits and obtain the identification 0card needed for programs and services at the Guard member's President Obamra's vic- say that Boehner had to go admiration from the most another shtd home base, spouses are being told they must travel to federal tory this week was as com- through with the shutdown conservative House Repub- soon. Unless Republicans military installations sometimes located a long distance away. plete and devastating as and go down to the wire on licans, including the tea- are willing to compromise This unfair procedural obstacle could delay important military Sherman's march through the debt ceiling to show the party caucus. But I doubt and accept Obama's "balbenefits~~~~~~~ -treehakehmuatanbe eenigo o South. But there is no hard-core tea-party mem- this enhanced authority' anced approach" of both
benfit r venmak thm natainble dpeningon owearly sign that the zealots bers of his caucus that "we goes very far or means all cuts and revenue, there will far the states take their discriminatory policy. of the anti-government far control one-half of one-third that much. Boehner's head- be no grand bargain or even
There is no valid basis for this treatment. The guard units right have learned the les- of the government," as the strong charges have shown a middle-sized one. Instead, say they are merely adhering to state constitutions that ban sons of their defeat which speaker has said that a that they will follow him we may get a series of small, same-sex marriages and do not recognize same-sex marriages means that more battles lie discrete fiscal deals that do
lawfully performed in other states. But state bans cannot pre- ahead. House Speaker John little good but no real harm.
empt a lawful Defense Department order based on a Supreme Bochner was not being hon- 'oT fogh the good fight we just didn't win.", This was That's actually progress.
Court ruling. Under the Constitution's supremacy clause, fed- est last Wednesday when he 115not a good fight Republicans, picked an objective We may also see the seneral law takes precedence. explained the GOP surren- UW thatuwas never realistic forcing Obama to'nulliffy sible, non-suicidal wing of
Further, it is hard to see how state law comes into the pic- der by saying, *Wle fought th fodbeCr chsbgetaheeet-adtcis the Republican Party take
ture. The application forms are provided by the federal govern- the good fight; we just didn't Obama up on his offer to
ment and are processed by federal employees on federal com- win." This was not a good that amounted to seff-Immolation. tackle immigration reform.
pue ytm.Adwiesaegvrosodnrl xriefight. Republicans picked an To put it mildly, the GOP
potroer ytes. Andts whe stateioenoGurs odiaily exercise objective that was never real- slender House majority has obediently as long as he needs a popularity boost.
conrolovr tei unts th NtioalGuad s ofiialy artofistic forcing Obama to nul- limited power.But come on, charts whatever nonsensi- What we won't see is the old the United States Army and Air Force. Its members are subject lify the Affordable Care Act, really? Can these people not cal and counterproductive pattern of the GOP smashto call by the president, and nearly all its funding is from the his biggest achievement count? Or do they have such course of action the radical ing the crockery and getting federal government, and tactics that amounted blind faith in their own wis- right demands. They'll fol- its way. Obaxna. has shown
For all these reasons, states *cannot choose to ignore' Mr. to self-immolation. Bochner dom that they think they are low him into a box canyon that even the most irraHagel's order, a point made in a Sept. 30 letter to the secre- knew from the start that the divinely ordained to prevail, of their choosing. But will tional of tantrums can be tary from the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Commit- GOP would be blamed for whatever the odds? That is they follow him into any sort stilled by the power of no. tee, Carl Levin of Michigan, and the ranking Democrat on the shuttering the government the mindset of crusaders, of meaningful compromise Eugene Robinson is a PuHouse Armed Services Committee, Adam Smith of Washington. and that he could never re- not legislators. with Obama, whom they so litzer Prize-winning newspaThey offered as an example the case of Judith Cedville, a vet- ally allow the Treasury to By standing with his ardently demonize? I doubt per columnist and the former eran of the Iraq war, and her wife, Alicia Butler. They were told default. So what on earth troops in a lost cause, it. I doubt the GOP will be assistant managing editor of by their local National Guard office in Austin, Tex., that they was the point? Apologists Bochner won respect and eager to threaten default or The Washington Post. needed to apply for benefits at the nearest federal base at Fort
Hood, about 90 miles away. It was a humniliatinv mesage that 71
points to a discriminatory culture.
If the defiance of the four states is allowed to stand, other 0Am
states with similar bans on same-sex marriage could follow w l
suit. Mr. Hagel should promptly reaffirm that all married cou- s e eo ihso
ples be treated eqiually -New York Times Public officials se mto bestuck onstupid A
Why do we keep electing make to govern us. As the keep coming back to them the are at the hget=i fo neede same people to the same opening quote suggests, they way an abused spouse keeps do-nothing politicians; and
Char~c.hrs ne d bu getcop oficeyear after year, putting pay no price and feel no pain returning for more abuse. We we are the ones most affected
oo many charter schools are failing and creating them in charge of our lives, from their ridiculous wran- keep electing folks who make by cuts, layoffs, pension fund
n enormous disruption in the lives of students, fami- despite having the absolute gling, debating, and decision- empty promises and lay out reductions, and all the other la ies and neighborhood schools. proof that they have not, are making. The ridiculousness nebulous solutions that, in negative aspects of political
Th trend, which is unfolding locally and statewide, points not, and will not work in our of political engagement must the end, never benefit us. We control. Don't you want local to an urgent need for more budget oversight from the state, best interests? The debt ceid- stop, especially among Black keep listening to and believ- and national politicians who well as competing local school districts. ing Kabuki Theater is yet an- are competent, solution-oniThe latest evidence arrived last week when Margate's College wethe sn eforlie of just a ~e the electorate, are just stuck on stupid. We have it" to d buck the tau qot Boud Aadmy f Ecelene sddnlyshuteed fte filig ew months ago in our so- elected what has literally become an aristocracy get things done? Ultimately,
to pay its rent. The 60-student school, which offered grades six called 'government of, by, and W t rule over us. They play games with our lives by- despite politics .as usual, our through 12, was the third Broward charter school to close in for the people"trigttrmonaohewthhirp puspecs'nd avtisla:Weut'ek
the past month, the eighth to close in the last year. We, the electorate, are just tfyon totupunrnosrwihteieoposseehlanvaeais, lar: Weimustdeek The founder of the charter school, which opened earlier this stuck on stupid. We have protestations. len told Black folks back in
year, did not notify the Broward district until after the school elected what has literally be- the 1700s. As someone said,
was closed down. And three months into the school year, five come an aristocracy to rule people. We must be informed ing political hacks that are "A government big enough to dozen families were left scrambling to find desks at other area over us. They play games with to the degree that no one can only in the game for their own give you everything you need schools. our lives by trying to trump simply hand us a flyer with a self-enrichment, as they lead is a government big enough to
The same scenario played out three weeks ago at Ivy Acad- one another with their pomp- list of candidates for whom we us to the cliff and then step take everything you have." emy in Fort Lauderdale, home to about 40 middle and high ous speeches and protesta- should blindly vote, aside to allow us to plum- Wake up! Vote intelligently.
schol tudnts Beoretheschol oar voed ept 29totions. All the while they are We suffer the most from po- met to the rocks below. The Jim Clingman, founder of shoo tudewnts.oeforein the schoo boerardete Sempt, 9tont becoming millionaires and, to litical incompetence and dis- Black electorate needs the the Greater Cincinnati African
shut~~~~~~ it dow fo-aln1ofn eraetcmusuet add insult to injury, they are regard, yet we are so loyal to most from politicians but ob- American Chamber of Corn-














BLACKS MUST CONTROL THEIR OwN DESTINY 3A THE MIAMI TIMES, OCTOBER 25-29, 2013







V" -70 0Suicide: A real problem among Black men
When I read about the re- to kill my dreams. I would up everything in order to play husband and fatheryears Amm" ""M m Ancent suicide of former San either reach my goals or die a sport, only to find that they down the road.
co" WAY"M "UN.Diego Charger Paul Oliver, trying; there was going to be are not good enough to turn When I thought about OliV*" 05 *9I was sad. The age of 29 is no in-between, it into a career. Even those ver, I also wondered if his
am*TO. .. .. always too early to die, and As I studied the life, of Oli- who actually make it to the suicide was the result of the
MW ?Ithere is so much life one can ver, I noticed that he was a NFL typically end up with numerous brain injuries sufexperience in their thirties former professional athlete very short careers and inju- fered by NFL athletes on a and forties, so it's hurtful who'd recently found himself ries that last a lifetime. By regular basis. Dave Duerto hear about someone giv- son, formerly of the Chicago
ing all that up. But life can Bears, killed himself after a
be deceptive, and one inter- remember hitting rock bottom In my late twenties. Every- long career in the NFL and eating thing about being in thing In my professional life was falling apart and I Was onl was found to have been a
your twenties is that you can athe verge of being homeless. I also never thought I'd finish victim of serious brain insometimes feel that things mydcoae eas a ohlbn nbigabowrjuries which led to depresaren't going to get any better. mydcoae eas a ohibn nbigabowr, sion and suicidal thoughts.
I remember hitting rock the woman I loved told me that she was going to leave me for I don't pretend to know why bottom in my late twenties. aohrmnadtomydpedonwhhr.Oliver chose to end his life. WTEverything in my profes- ante a n okm dpe o ihhrBut these are my honest
sional life was falling apart thoughts about the way we
and I was on the verge of be- without a team. I wondered the time they are in their 40s, might want to raise our boys. ~a ing homeless. I also never if he had identified himself too many former professional It's OK for Black boys to play
Thought I'd finish my doctor- so much as an athlete that athletes have the bodies of sports, but we must discour- a~late. Because I was so hell- losing his chance to play senior citizens, along with an age the notion of any Black
bent on being a bookworm, sports led him to believe that empty bank account and a man defining himself solely the woman I loved told me he had nothing else to offer fifth grade reading level. This as an athlete. We are meant that she was going to leave the world. Another suicidal doesn't count the fact that a to be much more than ballme for another man and took athlete, quarterback Vince lifestyle that consists of ex- carrying cattle. my adopted son with her. Young, went through a simi- cessive clubbingg* woman- Dr. Boyce Watkins is a ProCrying at my desk, I made lar situation. There are thou- hopping, smoking weed and fessor at Syracuse University the simple decision to not al- sands of young Black men financial exuberance hardly and author of the book 'Black low temporary circumstances who find themselves giving prepares you to be a good American Money






Detroit didn't have to file for bankruptcyU
{ ~ You don't have to be from es on water supplied to sub- the federal government. studying' the Detro(ni is
Detroit to be angry at what urban cities is another way No one who retired from situation. Detroit did not reis happening there. And you to raise revenue. Instead of service to the city of Detroit is quest an Emergency Managdon't have to be from Detroit moving, in this direction the eligible for Social Security, so er. The governor imposed him to lend your voice to an in- Emergency Manager seems to pensions and savings repre- on them. Detroit did not file justice that not only affects favor selling valuable assets. sent the sole source for their for bankruptcy, the emergenDetroit, but also the rest of Is this what the state had support. This isp't just hap- cy manager did. The state the nation. Michigan Gov. in mind when they voided a pening in Detroit. As many as government takeover of De Rick Snyder ha.s pulled a fastt troit is not just a Detroit isone on the citizens of Detroit. ~ t t 0 M atslWWof DOW* Is Mus a sue. If Gov. Snyder gets his
When he appointed Emer- UfEway, he will set a precedent
gency Manager Kevin Orr, Detrolt Ism1). iN GQi. Sner gets his way, he WAIl Set for any ailing city to be taken
he fast-tracked the bank- T a preedent for any ailing city to be taken over and to over and to have its voting
Sruptcy process with just 90 1 fecalg &Weft, W"fId wmjd rights, and fiscal discretion,
HKU CD5IYIdays elapsing between Orr's suspended. The people of Deappointment and the begin- troit have not been allowed to
..or ICTr~ning of bankruptcy proceed- law that required the city's 100 cities are looking to see weigh in on the future of their
PA 41(4 ings. Had Orr moved in a police and firefighters to live if Detroit's possible pension- city, and those they elected
more deliberate manner, the in Detroit? That move eroded busting is something they have been placed at the pecitizens of Detroit may have the revenue base, an4 it also can replicate in their states. riphery of negotiations. The had some input in the pro- left the city less safe because Snyder will argue that he ap- move toward bankruptcy is cess. Instead, the people of protective service workers are pointed an Emergency Man- both undemocratic and fisDetroit have had neither voice not readily available. Instead ager because the city wouldn't cally imprudent. And it is nor vote in a process that cir- of bankruptcy, an option for manage itself. He won't dis- part of a trend that may hit cumrvents democracy. Why Detroit might be federal and close that the state of Michi- your financially strapped is the Emergency Manager state assistance. Five years gan owes Detroit money, and city. rushing bankruptcy? There ago, Chrysler and General that his Emergency Manager, Julianne Malveaux is a are alternatives, including Motors said they would fail with unlimited power, has Washington, D.C.-based econrestructuring. Raising tax- if they couldn't get help from spent more than $100 million omist and writer






Are Blacks selling out their own people?L
Have Historic Black Colleges Slavery didn't suddenly was lucrative for tribal chief- legal immigrants. All of these on MSNBC or sen gF anaclost their significance? begin with Europeans cart- tians from both a financial things can lead to a disad- tion alert' email, Black leadROSHD WRE,18 ONATAN ILLAMS 25 ing Africans en masse to and political standpoint. In vantage in the workforce for ers can shape the opinions
ROSADWYR, 8 ONAHA WLLIMS ~the Americas. Slavery has modern Amnerica, it can be Black Americans and to high of their followers. To me, it's
Student, Miami Cashier, Ft. Lauderdale a lon -A evI history that+ -Arge there ar peopl wh Blc nmlyena'eln ff' of Black sup"-






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Booker wins New Jersey Senate seat,
The Senate race between Booker and Lonegan
is seen by many as a chance to make a
statement on what is happening in Washington
By Martha T. Moore The unusual date for the
special election -- a WednesCory Booker, the charismatic day less than a month before
Newark mayor who won a na- the November legislative and
tional following via Twitter and gubernatorial election -- was
his own heroics, was elected to set by Republican Gov. Chris
the U.S. Senate Wednesday. Christie, The end of nine-week
Booker, a Democrat, eas- campaign, hard fought between
ily defeated Republican Steve Booker and Lonegan, coincided
Lonegan, the former mayor of with 16-day government shutBogota, N.J., in a special elec- down.
tion to fill the seat held by Booker, who is in his second From left, House Speaker Newt Gingrich, President Clinton
Democratic Sen. Frank Lauten- term as mayor of the state's and and Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole try to negotiate
berg, who died in June. largest city, made much of his the budget In December 1995.
Booker is New Jersey's first ability to cross party lines and-Z 4
African-American senator and reach compromise, often citing
the only elected black Senator his experience working with D
in the upper house. Republican Republican Gov. Chris Christie
Sen. Tim Scott of South Caroli- on education and economic denawas appointed in January to velopment in Newark. grno,
fill the seat of Sen. Jim DeMint, As he voted Wednesday, V inton
who resigned. Booker called the election "a
'Thank you so much, New chance to make a statements shte ta he a ti
Jersey, I'm proud to be your about what is going on in Only dal t reope sltat h
senator-elect," Booker tweeted Washington." We vne t an are laTon sedo
minutes after the Associated Voters who came to cast bal- the g efult cart fo aes of arement
Press declared him the winner, lots at Firehouse #3 in Teaneck, kicking the can down the and quickly found them. A
Addressing supporters at a N.J., in the northern part of Newark Mayor Cory Booker talks to supporters during an rpad. It's more like tapping sweeping teleco!nicavictory party, Booker said he the state, had the congressio- election night victory party. the can gently to see whether tions reform bill bottled
will go to Washington 'to en- nal stalemate on their minds. it moves. up for years and pronounced
gage in the kind of hard, humble Leonard Hospidor, 42, an audio sanity to the process," he said. ity, said he supported the gov- Thedealren t"eadas lvis-byonekey service that reaches out to oth- engineer, voted with one goal: 'It's gotten out of control, the ernment shutdown, calling it goernmentustntil Jan. player suddenly became ers." He also paid an emotional "Stopping the madness." crazy thing, and it's a little bit "a good way to find out which 15 ndallwsthe Teasur w. Congrssthenpasse,
tribute to his father, Cary, who Hospidor voted for Booker. embarrassing." government services are essen- to borrow only until Feb. and Clinton signed, a hike in
died last week. 'Death can end But his vote was 'not just a Lonegan, former state direc- tial," and as a way to stop the 7, W wec for
a life, but it cannot end a love,* partisan thing as it is so much tor of a Tea Party-supporting implementation of the Afford- House-Senatebudgettalksto welfare refor asure, and Booker said. trying to restore a little bit of group, Americans for Prosper- able Care Act. ttl differences on, intac- a law allowi people to
table fiscal issues before the health-plans with them when
ne deadslines arrive is dis- they leave their jobs.
Belafonte sues heirs of Martin Luther King, Jr. =
Noneof eveal revous incine tocompromise.Ye
efforts worked, so optimum is all but the most intransigent
By Jam C. Mckinle Jr. scarce this time around. Tea Party Republicans recogBut history suggests that nize tha the doomed effort
that tends to focus the mind on i
Harry Belafonte is 86, an ag maybe, just maybe, the end to deftind Obamacire was,
pttin oen's aofoais thind or.k. of a risis like this one could in the words of Sena. John'
Andbe the beginning of better McCai, R-Ariz., a 'sai
says, he has filed a lawsuit things. A GOP with a deeply chapter* Republicansi
federal court against the three tarnished brand could decid be cautious about acting for
fedeal ourtaganst he hreehat change in needed. A .fear of attracting far-uight
surviving children of one of Demorati president seeking opponents in party primaries.
his closest friends: the Rev. Dr. acomlihmnt beyond his Even so, as the 16 -day shutMartin Luther King Jr. -is w er norc old dw uce oisetrl
At issue are three documents ,i
that used to be in Mr. Bela- redouble his efforts to find predictable conclusion, they
fonte's collection of memora- commn pound. know that the beat interests
bilia, along with other photos, Far-fetched in these hyer- of the TRepubic Party are
and letters on the walls of his partisan time? Probably. Bt in getting out of the place
apatmetchrnicin hi uteay's situation bears eerie they're occupying.
apartentihronclinghiss to eal 1996, Obaina and Senate Demolong friendship with Dr. King. when, the last govern crate, meanwhle, nee to
Mr. Belafonte says the papers m a tectonic avoid the temptation to gloat
were given to him by Dr. King shift in Washington politics, and demand further capitulahimself; by his widow, Coretta twa
Scott ing; and by Dr. ing Washington Post poll, 74% ing at three area. a *grand
close Kide S ey -esn ofAmericans dpprovedof baigwn on deficit reduction,
Dr. King's heirs Dex- Republicans' handling of the immigration refom and tax
ter, Bernice and Martin Lu- then, and 74% feel the simplification where mather King III have said the same way now. H jorities for maorlegislation
documents were taken without f 0 proved of Presidentc
permission and belong to the The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s notes for an actions then; 53% feel the Though ideological rigidity
estate. same way about President still stands the way; thee
Belafonte, who often sup- undelivered speech. Obama i a chance that progres
ported the King family finan- the wrong party, and so has Ph.D. from Boston University.) Those low approval num- couldbemade -particulary
dally during the civil rights refused to return the docu- She lost in court. bers changed attitudes. if polls show voters growing
struggle, said the dispute pains ments to Mr. Belafonte until More recently, in September Republicans realized that even more disgusted with
him. He said in his view, Dr. the dispute is settled. 2011, the estate sued to stop they couldn't go into an continued gridlock, manufacKing's children had drifted On Tuesday, Mr. Belafonte Dr. King's former secretary, election year a. the party of tured crises and self-inflicted
away from their father's values. filed papers in federal court in Maude Ballou, from selling brinksmanship and govern- economic wound.
'The papers are symbolic," he Manhattan asking a judge to about 100 documents, notes,
said. 'It's really about what declare him the rightful owner. letters and speeches in her
happened to the children,,and William B. Hill, a lawyer possession. Mrs. Ballou, who is
I feel that somewhere, in this for the King estate, did not 88, and her son, Howard Balone area, I really failed Mar- return telephone calls seek- lou, maintained that Dr. King o ndoh e ezzait ic e sh r gs
tin.' HARRY BELAFONTE ing comment. A spokeswoman had given her the items in the oher crreniarks
One of the documents is for Bernice King, Bunnie late 1950s when she worked
a three-page outline for Dr. says, for Barrios Unidos, a Jackson-Ransom, said Ms. for him. A federal judge in By Scott Geson work very, very hard.'
King's 1967 speech 'The Casu- charity that works with street King had no comment on Mr. Jackson, Miss., ruled that the --Rice believes the committee's
alties of the War in Vietnam,' gangs. Before the sale could go Belafonte's suit. Messages left King family had no evidence Con doleezza Rice dealt with diversity will be beneficial for written on a legal pad in Mr. forward, however, Dr. King's for the spokesman at the King that Mrs. Ballou had, improp-, global controversies all the time the sport with a collaborative efBelafonte's New York apart- estate challenged Mr. Bela- Center in Atlanta, where Ms. erly obtained the papers, and as a trusted adviser to former fort and the ability to provide a meat. The second is a letter of fonte's ownership of the papers King is chief executive, got no that the statute of limitations President George W. Bush, so 'human element" that was misscondolence from President Lyn- that same month, charging in a response. The King family has for reclaiming them had long she wasn't the least bit con- ing with the BCS. don B. Johnson to Mrs. King. letter to Sotheby's that they are a history of suing to protect its passed. A federal appeals court cerned about the reaction in "I understand the game from The third is an envelope Dr. 'part of a wrongfully acquired right to Dr. King's works and in New Orleans upheld the some quarters when news broke the administrative side," said King had in his pocket the day collection.' images, and they have also ag- decision in March. that she would serve on the Cal- Rice, who noted that bowl tradihe was assassinated in 1968. Since then, the documents gressively sought to recover Dr. Belafonte's lawyer, Jonathan lege Football Playoff selection tion and academic records will On it he had scribbled notes have been in limbo, sitting in King's documents. Abady, said the King estate has committee. be areas where she can assist.
for a speech he was to give in the auction house's storage In 1986, Mr. King's widow never presented evidence that "I think I've experienced plen- "I think it's very important that Memphis. vault while attempts to settle sued Boston University in an Mr. Belafonte stole the docu- ty of heat in my life,'Rice said on all of us feel comfortable asking
In December 2008, Mr. the dispute out of court have effort to regain control of about ments. What's more, the three- a teleconference Wednesday. hard questions of each other,
Belafonte tried to sell the failed. Under state law, Sothe- 83,000 documents that Dr. year time limit for filing a suit The 58-year-old served as the probing. That builds confidence documents at Sotheby's auc- by's faces liability to the actual King had given it in the mid- in New York to reclaim them United States' National Secu- in the process, dealing with diftion house to raise money, he owner if it releases property to 1960s. (Dr. King received a has passed, he argued. rity Advisor from 200 1-05 and ficult issues. ....Some of situa" Secretary of State from 2005- tions I've (experienced) will help
09. She's currently a political me to do that. We'll work very
ProsecuhP1tors allege MVadoff in 'love triangle' science professor at Stanford, well together for that reason."
where she's worked since 1981. Rice addressed her inclusion
By Kevin Mc.,oy employees and customers court ruling to ex- and replies by attor- Yet Rice's place on the com- as the only woman on the camnincluding expected witnesses, elude use of the evi- neys on both sides mittee, whose members were of- mittee.
As Manhattan federal prose- defendants, and others were denee by either side I of the case 'indicate ficially announced on Wednes- "I don't feel like I'm carrying a
cutors allege, it wasn't all just engaged in romantic or sexual in the case. But they I that communications day, stoked negative reactions banner for anyone, except those
scamming and thievery by the relationships,' Assistant U.S. left open the possibil- regarding the nature from some male members of the who love college football. That
former employees and others Attorneys Matthew Schwartz, ity that they might and evidentiary im- college football world. Of the 13 includes women," Rice said. 'For
allegedly involved in the mae- John Zach and Randall Jack- introduce at least plications of infor- committee members, Rice is one me, this is trying to get playsive Ponzi scheme master- son wrote in a court memo- some of the details, mation regarding the of only three who did not play off system right so that we can
minded by Bernard Madoff. randum filed on Aug. 8. "should the Court alleged romantic re- college football, setting off a de- have outcomes in which players,
bate over whether committee coaches and fans know that peaThere were also multiple "For example, one of the de- find evidence of past lationships are ongo- mmesms efre lyr ~ fgowl n nert r
sexual liaisons. fendants was in a love triangle romantic or sexual ing," wrote Swain. mmesms efre lyr l fgowl n nert r
"Suffice it to say that the gov- with Bernard Madoff himself," relationships admis- MADDOFF The exclusion ma- forv then eouh creibiityron gh oe mak te jdmentes ernment's investigation has the prosecutors added, leav- sible.' tion may be renewed, tI'v eent ineough phositeins he dotr a coitee memtbers
revealed that, over the course ing the identity of the former U.S. District Judge Laura "in the event the parties come toerespt eoplRie whsadif- hot di note pla coegesfotal of the mutidecade fraud l- employee up to the imagine- Taylor Swain denied the xclu- to an impasse" regarding an everyone on the committee has er Mike Tranghese and Steve leged in the indictment, a tion. sign motion as premature in a expected agreement on the is- played football. I'm a student of Wieberg, a former college footnumber of Madoff Securities The prosecutors sought a Sept. 24 ruling. Court filings sue, concluded the judge. the game and I believe that I will ball writer for USA TODAY.






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Has istrct 5 election turned into a two-man race?

Recent forum appears to have Dunn, didate because of' his previous lowed first and one needs to he 1-ardemon used that infor- he said, "I have a passion for
time in office. Readers may re- prepared to use foresight not mation to criticize Dunn say- young Black males but I refuse I-a rdenion going after each other call that it was Dunn who re- hindsight when addressing is- ing that a "commissioner has to support those who are armed
placed Spence-Jones when she sues of community safety and to be able to handle financial with weapons and committing By 0. Kevin McNair' that to win the comminissioner 's was temporarily removed from the'actions of our City reporting on a timely crime. They should be locked
A-:~wi@,iai~,,e~o~~it'.cm seat will take a nuanced politi- office pending an investiga- police officers." basis, given the large up for the safely of all citizens,"
cal platform. Blacks still repre- tion by State officials. However, Dunn responded -'amount of money for Colyer had challenges anWith the recent redistrict- sent the majority of the District's Hardemon has received the en- that it was his actions ,.which we are respon- swering questions within the
ing in the State of Florida, the registered voters at 67 dorsement of Spence- and persistence that sbe"given time frame but eventualCity of Miami's District 5 looks percent with a total Jones, who has been led to the dismissal Dunn, in comments ly made the adjustments. Still,
different than it did when out- number of voters now Jreported to even be of former Police Chief after the forum, said, she was hard pressed to bring
going Commissioner Michelle at 80,193. However, to .going door-to-door in Miguel Exposito who ~ "I stand on my record home her answers in a way
Spence-Jones was elected to secure a victory, the order to secure votes found himself in the and will not get into a that moved the audience. She
the dais. Where the District four candidates real- for her young prote- hot seat following a situation of attacking pointed to her job experience
hisoice otwnandpiert o ersadey aildivered gee. seven-month period my opponents. Char- as the director of Neighborhood
hisorc Oerownan Liery t prsudea dvese"I know what it's where Miami police HARDEMON acter assassination and Community Services as
City, today it also includes more pool of voters that Ylike to be a man with- shot and killed seven is not the way I plan proof that she could get the job
economically- advantaged areas they can speak to a out a voice those Black men, begin- to win this election." done.
like Buena Vista, Shorecrest, plethora of concerns. who live in this Dis- ning in the summer of 2011. When asked for whom she
Palm Grove, Oakland and Belle But in last week's trict deserve to be But Dunn has had his share CAN COLVER OR MALONE would vote from among the
Meade. Candidates are therefore forum, co-sponsored DUNN heard and respected of challenges, including public GRAB THE MEGAPHONE? other three candidates, she
required to address issues like by the Florida New like other communi- records that point to past prob- To their credit, both Dr. Rob- said, "I would vote for each of
crime and public services as Majority and the Mi- ties in Miami," Hardemon said. lems with church and personal ert Malone, Jr. and Jacqui them based on different aswell as those more in tune to a ami-Dade Young Democrats at In a clear dig against Dunn, finances. Last week we report- Colyer gave solid answers to the pects. If forced to go with one, developing waterfront business Hadley Park, while each candi- who some say is the current ed that Dunn had raised just questions posed by moderator I would pick Malone but I'm community whose concerns are date had their supporters urg- front runner, Hardemon said over $11,000 based on his last Aaron McKinney. Malone, still not endorsing him." quite different. ing them on in the audience, two when asked about police bru- filing with the City Board of considered a long shot, said, Malone said he would supAdd to that the change in of them, Rev. Richard Dunn 11 tality, 'I would never charge Elections. He missed the moat "I'm running to address issues port Hardemon, whom he has demographics, which includes and Keon Hardemon, appeared forward for a microphone or recent filing but said that he of humanity and I am tired of grown to "admire." a rise in Hispanic and white to have their sights set on one television coverage without first would be reporting an amount seeing the warehousing of poor Both Hardemon and Dunn non-Hispanic registered voters, another. knowing the facts. The legal "in excess of $100,000 within people in high rises." said they would support
increasing to 26.5 and 6.5 per- Dunn has positioned himself process should always be fol- the next few days.* In his comments on crime, Malone.

cent, respectively, and it's clear as the more experienced canBroward aims to narrow housing affordability gap

Conycmm sinr-dbt1owt oc out in our community." fee charged to non-residential mission to add 100 or more resi- able housing requirements inCouny c mmisionrs dbat howtofrce The gap between what the development to help pay for the dential units beyond what was dlude a menu of options, putting
private developers to under-price units typical wage-earner can af- affordable housing programs; a previously allowed on a piece of much of the authority in the ct
ford and the median home on new local doc stamp fee charged land. But the county's afford- ies' hands. BV Brittany Wellman cials said Wednesday. And the the market differs from city to on non -single-family real estate
affordability gap is expanding, city, according to an analysis transactions; and a stricter,
As home prices and rents Ralph Stone, Broward's director offered at Tuesday's workshop, more consistent enforcement of Don't flush away cash for better toilet
climb, Broward County is ago- of housing finance and commu- In Sunrise, for example, the what's on the books already. nizing over how to force pr-ivate nity development, told commis- gap is $32,000. In Weston, it's What the changes look like Broward County residents who live
developers to keep some prices sioners at a workshop Tuesday. $249,000. In Fort Lauderdale, remain to be seen; commission- -in homes with outdated, water-guzzling artificially low and "affordable." roads cret ford- S$155,000. ers asked county staff to draw toilets may be eligible for up to $100 in
Yes, the real estate bubble able housing laws aren't strong But in every city, Stone and up possible reforms and bring rebates toward the purchase of waterburst and neighborhoods are enough, county commission- other housing officials said, it's them back for public hearings -efficient commodes. still plagued by foreclosed ers said. They agreed that they growing. Rents are also sky- and votes.,~ If your home was built before 1994,
homes. But now prices have -want to act quickly before an- rocketing past what the typical But they acknowledged they .olD your toilet may be an older model ta
begun taking off, analysts say, other wave of development over- household can afford, he said. must tread carefully; the real uses more than 1.6 gallons of water per
at a time when incomes in Bro- comes the county and it's too Among the ideas that gar- estate community could op- Blush. The Broward Water Partnership,
ward County are declining, late. nered support Wednesday were pose additional regulations that a collaboration of local governments,
That lopsided combo lands 'The ship in this county is a developer incentive program could scare off developers, has provided more than $344,000 in
Broward at the top of state and righting itself as far as develop- under which a developer would Under the current system, rebates to replace about 3,700 of those
national lists for households ment goes," Mayor Kristin Ja- be allowed to build extra resi- the county's affordable housing inefficient toilets and save about 165
overspending on housing, offi- cobs said, "and there arc still dential units for every afford- requirements must be met if a million of gallons of water annually.
lots of those who are being le-ft able unit built; it new lIinkage" developer is seeking county perON )A''1 RCE NEF-CO NE25116/03










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Sean Taylor murder trial to bei 4=,s ie

By Curt Anderson term instead of life. Security guard shot, wounded at Opa-locka apartment
Associated Press Although Taylor had some A security guard watching over an Opa-locka apartment complex from an enrun-ins with the law and been closed booth was shot last Thursday when several men opened fired on three
Nearly six years ago, All-Pro Kfined several times by the NFL Nother men in a car.
safety Sean Taylor was at home for various rules violations, his h ur a i ntetihadhs"o-life-threatening injuries," said
nursing ane fi linjur isteah offtre seee d extrilem.e brigh Chief Jeffrey Key of the Opa-locka Police Department He was airlifted to the
tak sing the fild r w i nta s W s -bfotre h ee d as rkil led T ih on ho pital.an m nt e e d la h sg a dp ie
ington Redskins teammates for of Florida City Police Chief Pe- hoptl
a oa gmeatTapa. Unfor- dro Taylor and an All-American
tunately, a group of young men player at the University of Mi- Mnpnhsgadai h ed lse rnp' ie
from southwest Florida appar- ami, the Redskins drafted Tay- ERIC RIVERA JR. A man who grew angry when his grandma asked why he was going through
ently didn't know that. lor with the fifth overall pick in That's just something I do. He's her dresser drawers punched the 65-year-old woman in the head and slashed
Prosecutors say the suspects the 2004 draft and he signed one of those guys," Moss said. his grandpa's tires Wednesday, deputies say. Joseph Urbanowski, 20, started
drove across the state intend- an $18 million contract. The Redskins contributed yelling and swearing at his grandma when she asked what he was doing opening
ing to burglarize Taylor's Mi- Am Taylor quickly became a start- $500,000 to a fund for Taylor's the drawers, according to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office report.
ami-area home, confident he er and was nicknamed "Meast" young daughter after he died
wouldn't, be there. When the SEAN TAYLOR by teammates a combination and, in the first game after Police arrest man in string of bank robberies
6-foot-2, 230-pound player only 17 at the time of the crime, of man and beast because of his slaying, the team's defense Police arrested a man last Thursday that they say is responsible for three well known. as a ferocious hit- he faces life in prison instead of his hard-hitting style. He was took the field against Buffalo sprt ap akrbeisi h atsxwesTears fFeeikD ter confronted them with the death penalty if convicted, named to the Pro Bowl after the with only 10 players on thIe separate Tampa bankousafrh robbe the ati d nkh arst of rdemrikgD a machete early on Nov. 26, Jury selection is expected to 2006 season and was also very first play leaving Taylor's ofca ad Williams came juthusae he robe thler thid banke ovehrsa oedmrnng
2007, Eric Rivera Jr. allegedly take about four days. popular among Redskins play- free safety position vacant to ofcassi.Wlim,4,wle pt elradhne vrant ead
fired two shots. One missed. Four other people were also ers and fans. One of. his best honor him. Fans at that game ing money before fleeing with cash, police said. The other hit Taylor in the up- charged in the case. One of friends, wide receiver Santana got towels bearing his number, per leg, causing massive blood them, Venijah Hunte, pleaded Moss, said he still says "a little 21. Woman tried to hire undercover cops to kill two people, police say
loss that led to his death a day guilty to second-degree mur- prayer" for Taylor every time he To many fans, players and A Boynton Beach woman is accused of trying to hire an undercover officer later at age 24. der and burglary charges and takes the field, others connected with both to kill her husband and a male acquaintance. Anny BelkisTerrero was arrested
Finally, after numerous de- is expected to testify against "I have a few people that the Redskins and the "U" at last Thursday by Boynton Beach police after she handed a "hit man" a shotgun lays, jury selection is sched- Rivera. The other three are have passed away in my life as Miami, it was heartbreaking to and ammunition as down payment, according to police. The 38-year-old woman uled to begin Tuesday for Ri- scheduled to go to trial later friends that have meant some- see such a talented player's life planned to pay him $30,000 from her husband's life insurance once he was dead. vera's first-degree murder trial, on lesser charges. Hunte's plea thing to me, and I'm always and career cut short so bru-I Because Rivera, nowv 23, was deal calls for a 29-year prison constantly speaking to them. tally.




Four arrested in attempt to burglary

was Mikki McKnight, the wife of
Tried to break in the home offormer James McKnight, 41, who played
for the Dolphins from 2001 to
Dolphins player James McKnight 2003. Neither was home at the
time or the incident, said BSO.
By Moke Clary description of one that had been Deputies found a loaded 9
linked to a previous burglary in mm handgun under the driver's
An attempt to burglarize the Southwest Ranches, said BSO seat of the Charger, said BSO.
home of former Miami Dolphin spokeswoman Dani Moschella. Also found were gloves, a screwwide receiver James McKnight After the adult and juvenile driver, a small saw and a flash
was thwarted after an alert inside the car couldn't explain light in the car. Florida Departmenft of Correcions
deputy responding to an alarm why they were in the area, they Taken into custody were Mi- Joseph Jenkins, left, and Charles Walker.
stopped a car similar to one eventually admitted they were chael Campblin, 19, of Pemlinked to a previous theft, ac- acting as lookouts for two ac- broke Pines; Christopher Diaz,
cording to the Broward Sheriff's complices who were in the pro- 20. of Miramar; and two jv-M r r e t .e p c e fe
Theictwoesadultseaandgtwoo juve-e, nile, ages 1 nabbed
BSO received a call about a said Moschella. nTetw ages l6 and 7. jve escaped Flua. III ers ab e
residential alarm at 11:12 p.m. Deputies from neighboring niles were charged with armed ByJhBaofkedcmns
Friday, but deputies found noth- districts helped set up a perim- burglary and resisting arrest By JonBWo ae arcuetstilwrig. nta,
ing amiss at the home at 16705 eter and noticed that a bedroom without violence. Campblin and TWo reatrdFodrmre-Pesne said. wButino one wet,
Berkshire Court, said authori- window at the house where the Diwo weretre Foind helder Sundaysid "u n new
ties. alarm had gone off had been JAMS MCHIGH Daweebig hedSna ers who used forged paperwork know of is still out there."
without bond in Broward's Main to obtain release from prison had Plessinger said there are reLess than an hour later-, Dep- smashed. one was bitten on the arm by the Jail. Thc two juveniles were fak- aloofhp"ndmraret prstatucdcmnsae
uty Paul Sada returned to the The pair in the yard initially police dog, BSO said. tie was not en to the Juvenile Assessment aloofhp"ndmraret prstatucdcmnsae
area and spotted a red Dodge ignored deputies' orders to show seriously injured. Center and then to the Juvenile Say.pcesaeofcassi aalbefr$,0 u adi
Charger. The car matched the their hands and surrender, and Listed as the home's resident Detention Center. ThS elaeofCaredalke "wa thcuatia th s anh nt. vr

____________________________ .and Joseph Jenkins, who walked we can turn our attention to how
out of the same prison 11 days these documents were forged and
0 apart, has rocked Florida's crimi- how this all happened," she said.
Two'hos'ba ks un red t c rd s amnaljusicesysem.Jenkins and Walker, both 34,
T vo host' anks r n cred t car scam nasapeased before a were serving life sentences at
Bank puhed ecued c rdsAgency spokeswoman Steph- calls from paying consumers. judge Sunday hours after they Franklin Correctional Facility
anie Collins said the scam but no credit card. "One man were taken into custody, un- in Carrabelle -- about 100 miles
By Donna Gehrke-Whie consumers to receive a semi- masterminds haven't been said he sent $3,000," Mounts armed and without incident, at from the motel where they were
secured credit card to re-es- found. However, investigators said. ithe Coconut Grover Motor Inn nabbed Saturday. The forged paTwo phantom 'banks' operat- tablish better credit, the agency identified Bradford C. Ege 11 as Mounts began returning mail in the Panhandle tourist town of perwork indicated their sentences ing out of mailboxes from at a said. cashing checks from victims because Ege didn't pay after the Paam City Beach hadeac been shreeon-eas
Fort Lauderdale storage ware- However, the federal office responding to Freedom Iat's first month. A second unidenti- Each was booked on one count Temnhdec encn
house were fraudulently tar- said the banks are phony, with pitches. fied man believed to be linked of escape, denied bail and sched- victed of unrelated murders
uled for another court appear- Jenkins in 1998, Walker in 1999.
geting consumers seeking to scam artists renting different Ege rented a mailbox from to the second bank, AmTrade,aneFdy.JkiswsrlsdSpt27 rebuild their bad credit scores, mailboxes from the Broward the storage center this sum- paid for a mailbox, but didn't 'hyhdt aehdhl akro c.8
according to the U.S. Office of County Self-Storage facility at mer and called daily to see if get any mail, Mounts said. He, aThe a to hael, hlrad hel Wakronh ct.es 8.snofiil the Comptroller of the Curren- 601 NE I11th St. he had mail, storage manager too, didn't pay after the first Dprmn fLwEfreet cnatdtecnit'fmle
cy. Victims were requested to Josh Mounts said. He received month. Commissioner Gerald Bailey said to notify them in advance of the
Using the names Freedom send in $500 to $900 as a de- stacks of letters, Moupts said. The comptroller's office asks Sunday. releases. Jenkins uncle, Henry
1st National Bank and Am- posit. 'The check is cashed, but Ege couldn't be reached for people to email occalertre- Dprmn pksoa eropce i pa rsn
Trade International Bank, the the victim never receives the comment Monday; an acquain- sponses@occ.treas.gov if they Gretl Plessinger told USA TODAY Walker's family couldn't make it, scammers sent letters asking anticipated credit card," the tance said he had no phone. have information about the two ta fiil a' a o ue s rsnofcaspthmo
for hundreds of dollars from 0CC said. The storage center got several fake banks.thtmrcovtsaentfeon b.



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Urban youth seeing dreams of college come true
students model. About 1,100
Breakthrough Miami targets students are in this year's pro- gram. According to CEO Elissa
high-achieving minorities using Vanaver, they devote six weeks
in the summer, several Saturnnovatve a roac days a month and attend tuinno.Kviv app o he storing and workshops because
SD. Kn Mcr ing to the test because there they are determined to "breakkmcneir@miamitimesonline.com was so much emphasis placed through the social, cultural
on high-stakes testing. In high and economic barriers to high
When Ariel Edwards, 31, school, I was exposed to oppor- achievement."
was a student at Miami Cen- tunities outside of my neighbor- "No other program targets
tral, she knew that the odds hood that allowed me to study high-achieving kids like ours
were stacked against her. But abroad, get the assistance of a and we begin to recruit them
the mostly-A student says she determined mentor and realize when they are in the fourth
was determined to attend col- that I could do so much more grade," she said. "Their acalege. Today, after earning her with my life. Breakthrough Mi- demic gifts are not the quesB.A. in English Literature and ami focuses on hands-on learn- tion the reality is that most
Business from Florida State ing and brings the subject mat- of them meet several national
University and an M.S. in Edu- ter to life for its students. It motm indicators that would suggest
national Leadership from Nova reinforces the notion that therecollege will exSoutheastern University, she are other ways of learning -t tremely difficult. So, we try to has abandoned dreams of be- and illustrates how many youth [ remove the barriers."
coming an attorney in order can thrive if they are just chal- --. Most of the program's stuto return home and help other lenged a bit more and then en- dents meet at least three of the
students like her intellectu- couraged along the way.* following criteria: low-income
ally-gifted minority youth who home; under-resourced cornneed help in navigating their MORE ABOUT munity; reduced or free lunch;
way out of poverty and into the BREAKTHROUGH MIAMI single-parent home; Englishas
Academy. As a senior site direc- The eight-year, tuition-free a second language; first generator for Breakthrough Miami she academic enrichment program tion to attend college; or racial/
believes she is really making a irovides motivated middle- ethnic minority.
difference each and every day. school students from under- "Our goal is to make our stu'I was teaching at Miami Edi- served communities with the dents more competitive, expose
son Middle School before join- tools they need to achieve their them and their families to all
ing Breakthrough Miami in most ambitious goals in life. kinds of opportunities and get
2009,* she said. "But I wasn't Older students serve as teach- them into colleges many of
able to be as creative as I want- era, mentors and role models which they may know little or
ed. We were pretty much teach- utilizing a students-teaching- w Please turn to YOUTHS OA





RESIDENTS DEMAND QUALITY



GROCER FOR OVERTOWN


The Residents, Homeowners and Stakeholders in Historic Overtown WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE
overwhelmingly support the Avenue G Marketplace Project proposed by THE SIGNED SUPPORT OF:
BDB Miami, LLC on 3rd Ave and 6th Street (Block 55 next door to Poinciana
Village). Our proposal responded to the Community's need for a Major The Poinciana Home Owners Association Board of Directors
Grocer anchored Retail center with a Pharmacy and additional Retail Shops. (Representing 64 Units)

OUR PROPOSAL IS COMMITTED TO PROVIDE:
The Town Park North Home Owners Advisory Board

40% of Small Shop Retail space to Black Owned Businesses. (Representing 170 Homeowners)

163 PERMANENT jobs. Overtown Youth Center Parent Support Group (50 Parents)

Binding First Source Hiring Agreement of 40% unskilled labor for Omni/Park West Redevelopment Association & Grand Central
local residents and 20% of the subcontractors as Minority and (Local Business)
Women Owned Businesses.
Again, a Binding agreement was submitted with our Proposal, In their own words:
not vague oral promises.

If awarded the project, we will continue to engage the community to ensure "We support a.. .Major Grocer selling "Fresh" foods to our commuwe identify and secure the goods and services needed by the services. nity. This is a much needed basic service in our community, as we've become accustomed to secondary markets and corner stores for
We tankthee cmmunty rous fr alowig u to food. The retail shops are also a welcome addition to our commupresnt efoe tem ad w ar prud t hae teir nity. We need cafes and stores to generate economic activity"

signed support. We also value your input. If you support They've also said:
avenue g, we encourage you to contact the city of miami
"Avenue G and BDB Miami have been forthright and transparent
commissioners to express your desire for major grocer in their financial abilities to complete this development project, As
in the neighborhood at 305-250-5300. homeowners and voters we appreciate this attribute above all things
within their proposal. Accountability and Transparency is the univer7rl[\7 1 IJ f ~=Lo. 7r .j i sal foundation of good governance and it should be no different inveuG
\ t II4tKii 1 Overtown. We strongly support the AvneGproposed Develop~F ~ [fi -~... '-.. '......... ment project on 3rd Ave and 6th Street. We encourage our electM A R K E PA C E~ ed omonrfficials to dotthe nSameet.and support the interests of Overtown's






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Fear rises for those on food stamps as cuts go into e ffect

FOOD we're going to work together to Fgr
continued from 1A find a way to provide help," sheAlSNPHuodsWlSeAWtONvmbr01
said.
Harvest* that kicked off on Local churches and smaller NA W 6 M
Saturday that she says wil food banks are being asked to
centralize the process of gath- contact either Wilson's officelswaifHth sdKUuWS mds Keus
ering and distributing food to (305-690-5905) or Curley's -1 2 3 4 #1W0
those in Liberty City and other House (786-262-~2851) whoIbo parts of South Florida. will pick up donated food and
'We don't want anyone to take it to Curley's House in 4
suffer and we're very con- Liberty City. Farm Share will
cerned about our seniors, vet- be taking a major role in makerans and children,' she said. ing sure that more food goes to 41
'These cuts will literally take Curley's House [6025 NW 6th
food out of their mouths as Court] a non-profit feeding
well as the unemployed and center that has already expe- "
underemployed. My office has rienced significant increases in
even gotten calls from people demand.
who say they are being forced After the two-hour long meet- -Photo courtesy of Cong, Wilson's Office
to mix dog food with rice as ing, a long line of people stood
their only meal for the week. in the heat waiting for bags of Eager residents listen to Wilson's report on SNAP cuts *
We don't have time to review food. -*, LV8W
statistics we must find a LaVerne Holliday, assistant the nation. The House plans to elected officials that are acting NNO = eiiflla way now to give hope to ou director for Curley's House, cut $60B from SNAP benefits so cruelly." W.W~PC~~Dd~
people for the future.' said she was not surprised by while the Senate is saying $6B3 "A lot of people in our corn- Com ooodll o'W 04yPisto ~
the numbers. in cuts are what they're push- munity didn't even know aboutI
CHURCHES ASKED TO *People have been lining up ing. Either way we lose." the pending cuts, which also it just shows the urgency of volunteer. "Some seniors are
PARTNER WITH NEW since early this morning and Elizabeth Judd, who has long include reductions for single the issue," said State Represen- getting just a few dollars in food
FEEDING INITIATIVE some were afraid to go inside been retired said, 'It saddens mothers," said community ac- tative Cynthia Stafford. "Some stamps each month. Meanwhile
Wilson went on to say that for the meeting because they me when I see so many poor tivist Dr. Mae Christian. "This may think that losing $20 dol- taxes are steadily going up. We she did not want citizens to be didn't want to be left out,* people, so many hungry people town hall was a way to let peo- lars or so isn't a big deal but it are seeing the very essence of blindsided once the SNAP cuts Holliday said. 'Model City's and then hear how Congress ple vent, release their emotions adds up and many can't afford life being stripped away. We retake effect. poverty rate is estimated at doesn't seem to be interested in and get needed information.' it." ally need a farm bill for Florida
'We are not going to sit back 50 percent and Miami-Dade our plight," she said. *It's just *I'm not surprised by the "It's time to sound the alarm," and we need to stop denying and whine about things County is the fifth poorest in not fair and it's amazing so see number of people here today said Ken Knight, Curley's House people food."



Toddler found dead near home Program targets over-achieving youth
TODDLER manager, was in a beauty Dade Fire Rescue took Mariah --continued from 1A supply store near the scene to Homestead Hospital. She YOUTHS SEEING I8SBEUEVING *They all came because they
of the search when she heard returned to the hospital later continued from 7A Wayne Neunie, 41, has been wanted to and because we're
to police officials. screaming outside. because she couldn't stop an assistant principal and doing something that is inRobinson said that she's not Hilton said she ran out of the tinking about whether the nothing about," Vanaver added. principal, devoting the past 13 strumental in their lives. They ready to blame any one after her store to see what she could do toddler had survived or not, "Two other things distinguish years to education. He joined see the difference this program baby daughter was discovered in for the child after seein a police doubting that she did. ufrmohrpgas:w '* Breakthrough Miami last May makes. As a Black man from
a drainage ditch. officer doing chest compressions. Stunned neighbors and a students-teaching-students als the director of education. He England, I know life can be difThe hole where she reportedly Hilton told the officer that he relatives milled about, including approach that works particu- says he had heard about the ficult but I try to practice what was found was several blocks appeared to be tired and that he one relative who described larly well with such a diverse program but when he toured I preach. I tell them you have to away from their home. should let her help. Mariah as a 'joyful" child. group of kids and then we in- several of their sites [which work hard and emphasize that
Karen Hilton, a University of The mother of an I -year- Last Saturday evening, a crew tentionally follow our students include: Random Everglades, effort requires zero talent. We're Miami Medical Cene qult old, Hilton left after Miami- worked to fill in the hole. from the time they begin in the Miami County Day, Carroll- here to help them foster their fift grade until their success- ton and Palmer Trinity] he was potential but they have to put C ru w llhel D m o rat i 2 16 ful college matriculation," she 'blown away." in the hours -long hours."
C ruz w il h e p D m-oc ats in 0 16 noted. "Underlserved kids ofe "The kids; came every day for Go to www.breakthroughmiCRU ris (9%) depit th fat hattheRepblian art wil trn need an anchor and mentor- the six-week summer session, ami~org for more information or
continued from 1A& they are a minority of Republi- on itself. Fierce intraparty bat- ing at different pointinheroSaudyweadsmny al30-6720Ne uen
cans and Republican leaners tles are expected in the 2014 lives. They know they can rely as 220 students and about 100 recruiting wil begin in Noemth cnddaesitfild aaistoverall (37%),' the Pew Research GOP congressional primaries. on us." in the college program," he said. ber.
Democrats in general elections. Center reported and their outcomes will tell us .-______________________That's because Tea Party inem- The more influence the Tea more about the party's prosbers turn out in higher num Party has over the selection of pmet for regaining the White bers for primary elections than the GOP's presidential candi- House in 2016 than' the 2014 any other Republican voting date, the more likely it is that mid-tern election results. bloc, an August Pew study con- a Democrat will get the White The radical fringe that CruzI cluded. House keys from President commands may pick the GOP's
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Friends, supporters and Norland alums say they want a new Norland High.



Progress slow but steady in bond projects

ALUMS to the new Norland. the end results," she said "We The Superintendent said that
continued from 1A "We took a division tour to- just want to make sure all of other schools were overbuilt
gether and the budget has allot- the commitments are kept. it's and overpaid and he contends summer of 2013 and at this ted $35M for the replacement," only natural to have reserva- that $35M is more than enough point we are ahead of schedule," he said. "The architects and the tions based on promises that for Norland but we disagree." Carvalho said. "The first aggres- engineers have approved things have been to our community in Francis Ragoo, who chairs a sive wave is centered around the and we are moving along on the past and then broken." coalition of Norland High conurban core, particularly in Dis- schedule for Norland -just as Milton Parris, Jr., president of cerned citizens, says the price tricts 1 and 2, which are under we are for the other 68 projects. the Norland Vikings Alumni As- tag isn't enough to give deservDr. Bendross-MindingaU and Dr. People have to realize that a lot sociation, believes more money ing students what they deserve. Holloway. We have 69 projects of engineering and architectur- will be needed to adequately "Well need to keep talking that are now going on consum- al work has to be done even be- complete the project. and negotiating with the board
ing about $183M of the funding fore the shovel breaks ground." "Besides disagreeing with how and the superintendent," he Mr. and Miss Florida Memo- nal is Shanna-lee M. Fletcher,
- more than what was initially County Commissioner Barba- much it will cost, we are also said. "We need to do more than rial University were recently a senior from Hollywood maenvisioned in year one. Most of ra Jordan took the tour of Terra concerned about the kinds of just show our kids that sports honored during the University's joring in music education and the projects are under $2M and Nova along with 30 others and programs that our kids will get," is the way we have to educate coronation on Sat., Oct. 12. and minoring in business administhat's consistent with our goal to says so far she is satisfied with he said. 'Academies sound nice their minds. If the promise is are now the official spokesper- tration. Mr. Florida Memorial is provide opportunities for small how projects, including Nor- but it's magnets that get fund- going to be kept, officials have sons for South Florida's only Jerwaine St. Christopher Hall, businesses. However, the first land, are progressing. ing. We'd like to see Norland be- to be willing to pay the bill in Historically Black College and a senior from Nassau, Bahamas
project to be approved and the 'Speaking the truth is all in come a performing arts magnet. full." University. Miss Florida Memo- majoring in computer science.
most expensive one is the high ----_school replacement for Norland."

NORLAND LAST BUT NOT LEAST
Other schools in the urban corridor have already seen upgrades or replacements, including: Miami Central, Miami Carol City, North Dade and North Miami Senior High but Norland was not part of the wave of improvements that happened during the last bond issuance. This .
time they have been put first on the list.
Norland alums and supporters of the school were recently invited to take a tour of Terra Nova Senior High a new Miami-Dade County magnet school that Carvalho says will be very close in terms of design and cost



Commissioners

approve $25oM

O'town project
Miami Times staff report

Two local developers were given the go ahead by the Miami-Dade County [M-DC] Commission last Tuesday in a project estimated to cost $250M. Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson championed legislation that approved the developers, ...
All Aboard Florida-Stations and Overtown Gateway Partners, and Gatehouse Development for the Sawyer's Walk parcels, *a
pursuant to a settlement agreement with the County, the City of Miami and the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency [CRA]. The proposed develop20000square dfeetofretail, CHOOSING THE HOSPITAL WHERE YOUR BABY WILL BE BORN.

a 150-room hotel, 1000 parking spaces and 200 residential housing units, including affordable units. The terms approved At North Shore Medical Center, we offer specialized care for high risk pregnancies. Our expert
by the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners include medical staff and obstetricians have offices close to the hospital and are backed by highly skilled and
upfront payments to the City of $2.75 million and to the County specialized nurses who have years of experience. North Shore also offers the only Level Ill neonatal
of $5 million. Edmonson also required contributions from the intensive care unit in northern Miami-Dade county designed to treat critically ill newborns. Our
developers to a community benefits program, which will provide for $3M over the next 10 years perinatoiogists"' are located on-site and our neonatologists are here around-the-clock.
for the Overtown community. The CRA must now approve thefid hg -ikose rcacllrerfralt
revised variances to the settle- To fi da hih-is bsetica near youc l our frephysician reerlline a
menit agreement and negotiate development agreements with each of the developers. 1-800-984-3434
"I am proud and of what this means for the Overtown community," Edmonson said. Ask for a doctor affiliated with North Shore's high-risk maternity program.
"These developments will be the catalyst for a sustainable community where people can live, work and play. This joint effort U @0a K
between Miami-Dade County,N O TS O R
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Fayt and Faily edtrSurvivor Allen says ig the annual Race for the the tn-county area.
Faih ndFail eitr ure, stay mn the local corn- 'The awareness and prevention is a program that goes on
gtrnsley@miamitamesoline .ca "there isstrength munity to fund breast cancer4 year-round," said Patriciat R. Wright, a member of the Miami
_________________isscreening, education and treat- Gardens Commission for Women [MGCWJ. Their 2nd Annual Susan G. Komen's Annual Race for the Cure was held last infl bes ment initiatives. The remain- Breast Cancer and Heart Disease Awareness Health Fair takes
Saturday and more than 20,000 walkers and runners joined ing 25 percent is pooled with place on Saturday, Oct. 26 at the Betty T. Fei~uson Recretogether to help the cause. The race honored breast cancer Komen's national efforts to fund research programs. ational Complex [3000 NW 199th St., 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The survivors, supported those dealing with breast cancer diagno- The Komen initiative has funded $1.3 million this year purpose of the health fair is to increase awareness through sis and raised money for research to end the debilitating and through 36 diverse organizations including not-for-profit education and prevention. Free breast screenings by Coinlife-threatening disease. Since its inception in 1995, the Su- organizations, public health agencies and community groups munity Life Support and free breast exams through Sister's san G. Komen Miami/Ft. Lauderdale affiliate has raised more in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. According to a Network Miami Chapter (pre-registration is required). Followthan $13 million. In accordance with Komen's guidelines, 75 company spokesperson, these projects will have the greatest up support will be provided. In addition, free basic health percent of the net dollars raised through local events, includ- impact in serving uninsured and underinsured individuals in Please turn to BREAST CANCZR 23




Cancer 'survivors share their harrowing tales

By OWg Tinsly one comfortable and at ease with the Lord as I should be, inunity on breast health and
Faith and Familv editor when in his presence comfort- but I knew I was going to beat resources. The 2013 Race was
gt-insleyvnumitaiimesonlinercom able. Since 1999, his mother, this. I refused to go down with- her 17th. But she wasn't up to
Dionne Pollock, has been tal- out a fight," running after a recent hip reAs breast cancer awareness ing Allen to the Annual Komen Allen, who now refers to him- placement.
month comes to a close, it is Race for the Cure. In 2009, he self as a "one-nut wonder" won "Everyone should experience
important to remember that participated in the run and fin- that fight. He is a survivor our Susan G. Komen Race for
those who live with the disease ished in second place. He re- & Kim V. Heard is an 18-year the Cure," she said.
do not get a reprieve after the calls that his left testicle had breast cancer survivor. At 38, Sandra Alleyne is a native
month's end. They continue become enlarged but without e rshe found a lump during a self- of Barbados. She came to the
to battle, to take medications, significant pain. But one day exam. After a battery of exams, U.S. from Barbados in 1982
to seeks prayers and support while playing basketball, he she was diagnosed with Stage 2 to study cosmetology. Cancer
and hopefully, to live for was struck in the groin and breast cancer with lymph node runs in her family her mothmany years more. Here are cried out in pain. The next day. involvement. Because she was er died in 1983 at the age of
several survivors' stories of Jo- Allun noticed that the testicle diagnosed early she says she is 47 and an aunt died in 1981.
cal women and men who have continued to hurt and his back living proof that early detection Knowing that, she says she
faced cancer and are beating was aching, also. He says he Durrell Allen, 27, and his mother Olonne Pollock helps saves lives, has done monthly breast selfthe odds. began to chat with friends on- Heard has served on the examinations.
Durrell Allen, 27, was diag- line for more information and testicular cancer. Tests at the he said. 'But none of that board of directors for the Ko- "I thank God that I was so atnosed with cancer in 2009 then went to medical websites. University of Miami Hospital frightened me. My family could men organization for the past tentive to examine my breasts' at the age of 22. He is a funny, The answers he received from confirmed his fears. not understand why I was not three years and is also a rep- she said. "Because of that habpeople-oriented individual who Web MD said he could be suf- 'The word cancer was being upset, throwing a tantrum and resentative for the Speakers it, I was blessed to discover the has the ability to make any- fering from a testicle disease or bounced around everywhere." crying. I knew I wasn't as tight Network educating the corn- Please turn to SURVIVOR 2B




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Apostle Jean answers ,call: 'Save the Children'
hospital and unable to move, a faithful member of a loStarted Divine Hope Restoration Caleb was reminded by his cal church and when he apwife, who at the time was preg- proached them about, startMinistries from home owowa o o bo
Shonant, of what God says in his ing a new church he received By Gigi Tinuley student at Miami Northwest- word: "the steps of a righteous their support.
Faith and Family editor em Senior High School to man are ordered by the Lord "Divine Hope Restoration
gtinsley@miomitimesonline.com become a Bible Study Club .,. this is not your destiny." Ministries held its first service
sponsor. The first session held "Her words strengthened on June 3, 2007 at the El PaAfter being a faithful mem- under his leadership was in a my faith," said Jean, "con- lacio Hotel with 80 members
ber of the streets, a former drama classroom and nine sidering that the medical pro-, in attendance," Jean said, ,
wrestling coach, and a gifted students were in attendance. fessionals had said I would "We place much emphasis
athlete, R. Caleb Jean an- The next day that room was never walk again. But God on the apostolic and prophetic
swerved a divine call that had spiritually transformed into a had the last say and through areas of ministry and we conbeen placed on his heart by sanctuary that housed 30 stu- the prayers of the righteous tinue to grow and operate as,
the Lord. The call was "Save dents, and his move on my life, I a five-fold international, '
the Children. It was in 1995 "The glory of God filled walked out of the hospital istry."
that Jean decided to change the room and students were that same day. To this day the In 2009, Jean became an
his lifestyle. The followingyear, set free from a whole lot of' / Bible Study Club ,continuesat apostle and soon fter graduJean Is he transformed his stuff," Jean said. They were pot e NorthwesterR l aapon he was presented an
life completely d "answered saved from their sins and Prophetess After Jean left the school, honorary Doctorate Degree
the call from God upon my the praises went us to God, structors began to witness the married his best friend Dani- he was approached by sever- from the The Joy of the Lord

life and became an ordained the blessings began to in the students' be- eUe. But soon tragedy struck. al individuals to start a Bible Institute. Along with his wife,
minister of the gospel of Jesus down all around the campus." havior in the classrooms and Seven months later,'on Jan study class in his home. With Prophetess Danielle, Jean reChrist., The message he heard As the word spread about on both the basketball court 28th, an intruder entered the his wife in agreement, they be- sides in Miami Gardens with was Save the Children.' the Bible Club, the number of and football field. premises of the school whe gan a Wednesday night study. their 8 children.
Jean's ministry was not attendees grew to 80 or more a tussle began on the sc- In 2007, Jean accepted his The above story was reprintstarted in a regular designat- for each session. The Bible THERE IS STRENGTH ond floor and ended abruptly, "call into the ministry of the ed because of an omission in
ed church building. He was study later adopted the name IN UNITY on the first floor. The fall left gospel and became an or- the original publishing We
approached by a 17-year-old *Youth Alive." Parents and in- On June 5, 2000, Caleb Caleb paralyzed. While in the dained minister He had been apologize for the error.


Early detection ....

saves lives a Trinity C.M.E. Church on Tues. Oct. 29 at 6:30
SURVIVOR Invites you to experience p.m. Instead of their monthly

continued from IS the culmination of Fire In the meeting. The candidates will
House, Thu., Oct. 24th at discuss their vision for the
7:15 p.m.'Call 305-373-7162. future for the district. The
lump in its early stage.* APOSTOLZC Antoch M4.S. Church public is Invited'. RefreshA friendship was developed Rev. Larrie M. Lovett, II ubl s invie ereshfrom Alleyne's cancer expen- Apostle Revival Center 2799 NW 46th St. 305-634-6721 U P.B. Church pastor's aides 786-w12- 7622.
ence. h Dr. G.S. Smith .ministry Invites the public
"I now have three girlfriends 6702 NW 15th Ave. e 305-836-1224 Friendship 4.B. Church nto attend their 15th Pas I Perpetual Intemaonwho went through the same ex- Rev. Dr. Gaston Smith ral Appreciation Banquet Fri., al Fait Church, Homestead
perience and we are able to talk ASSEMBLY OF GOD 740 NW 58th St. 305-759-8875 Oct. 25. Gospel Hour at 7:30- Men's Dept. Invites the pubabout things others wouldn't 8:15 and dinner at 8:15 p.m. lic to their 4th Annual Men's
understand," she said. "We call Revival Tabernacle Assembly of God Greater St. James MB International
ourselves the chemo girls and Rev. Leonard S. Shaw Church Call 305-342-6195. Breakfast and Men o P
we wifl be friends forever." 2085 NW 97th St. 305-693-1356 4875 NW 2nd Ave. 305-759-9358 pose Conference, Sat. Oct.
Alleyne's messages to the
public: "Do the feeling tech- BAPTIST 3ordan Grove M.B. Church mission for Women, Sister
Rev. Douglas Cook, Sr. Network, Inc., and So. FL. in Fifth Church of Christ,
nique monthly; if you haveRe.DulsCoS.SinstIvethpbico Hosanna Community Baptist Church 5946 NW 12th Ave. 305-751-9323 Realist Women's Council Scientist invite the public to
large breasts ask your pm Rev.Cpresents their 2nd Annual a Spiritual Solutions for Desdoctor to prescribe a sonogram Rev. Charges Lee Dinkins
since having large breasts can 2171 NW 56th St. e 305-637-4404 Mt. Calvary M.S. Church Breast Cancer and Heart Dis- operate Situations, Sun. Nov.
sometimes cover the mass and Rev. Dr. Billy Strange, Jr. ease Awareness Health Fair, 3 at 2 p.m. Call 786-261you will be unable to feel it. I New Birth Baptist Church 1140 Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd. e 305-759-8226 Sat., Oct. 26 at the Betty T. 6961.
cancer runs in your family, get Bishop Dr.Victor T. Curry Ferguson Recreational Comextra examinations. When it's 2300 NW 135th St. 305-685-3700 St.Mark M.S. Church plex in Miami Gardens from I Lfeline Outreach Mi1470 N.W. 87th St. 305-691-8861 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free health Istries will host the Expect
caught early enough, the doc- screenings including main- the Great Explosion Summit, tors are now able to do wonders St. John Baptist Church''
with saving lives. I know this is Bishop James Dean Adams New Christ Tabernacle Church mograms will be provided. Nov. 13-15 at 7:30 nightly.
true because I am a survivor" 1328 NW 3rd Ave., 305-372-3877 Rev. Harold Marsh Call 786-202-2665.
1305 NW 54th St. 305-835-2578 il1 The African Heritage
Greater Harvest Baptist Church 1Tabernacle SPA Church Cultural Arts Coalition,
Rev. Kenneth McGee Second Canaan M.S. Church Invites you to the "Be Happy Inc.[AHCAC] and 3AC
Jakes14135 NW 7th Ave. 305-725-6321 Rev. Jeffrey Mack Tour" with coach M on Oct. [Joint Alumni Coalition,
4343 NW 17th Ave. 305-638-1789 26th at 6 p.m. Call 305-396- Inc.] cordially invite the
with audiences New Philadelphia Baptist Church 1S71 public to support The Spirt
Rev. Rickle Robinson Sr. NON-DENOMINATONAL of Excellence Gala and Dr.
JAKES 8640 NW 22nd Ave. e 305-505-0400 8 Bayshore Lutheran Carlton G. Fsher Banquet
continued from lB CFYCORPORATE. ORG Church is the site for the An- 7-10:30 p.m. on Nov. 16 at
CHURCH OF CHRIST P.O. Box 472-426, 33147-2426 30S.799-2920 nual Gospel Concert on Sat., tbe Center. Funds benefit
time showing up to show what Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. the students. Call 786-470they are against as opposed to Brownsville Church of Christ New Vision For Christ Ministries 7334.
what they are for,* Jakes said. Min. Harrell L. Henton Rev. Michael D.Screen 'S New Ufe Christian
'Our country is diverse enough 4561 N.W. 33rd Ct. o 305-634-4850 13650 NE 10th Ave. o 305-899-7224 Center is hosting a Fun In i New Day In Christ Into accommodate a wide range of the Son Community Block vites the community to a
thoughts." Uberty City Church of Christ New Life Christian Center Party, Sat., Oct. 26 from 11 free Mind, Body, and Soul
Miller, who is an accom- i Dr. Freeman T Wyche, Sr. Rev. Bruce Payne a.m. to 4 p.m. Vendors and Enhancements; self-implished journalist and screen- 1263 N.W. 67th St. 305-836-4555 7654 NW 17th Pl. 786-536-9039 volunteers call 786-536-9039 provement class and Zumba
writer herself, commends Jakes Fitness. Call 305-691-0018.
for the way he connects with his Pembroke Park Church of Christ Divine Hope Restoration MInistries 0 Tabernacle S.D.A.
audiences. 3707 SW 56th Ave. Apostle R. Caleb Jean Church invites the public to 1 A Mission With A New
"He's not talking at you, he's Hollywood, FL 33023 954-962-9327 16601 NW 8th Ave. e 786-419-0728 a Be Happy Tour, Oct. 26 at 6 Beginning Church Womconversing with you," she said. p.m. Call 305-396-1571. en's Department provides
con ersng ith you s e sid.MIS ZON RY APT ST ENT COS ALcom m unity feedings. Call
"He's done an amazing job of
merging the spiritual world with 1 Revival Tabernacle As- 786-371-3779.
the entertainment world." New Union Grove MB Church Signs and Wonders Int'l Ministries sembly of God cordially InPastor Marvin McIntyre, Sr. Apostle Prophet Dr. Marty Glenn Davis 'vites you to their forty-first 1 Bethany Seventh-Day
The issue featuring Jakes is 2905 NW 62nd St. 305-836-4839 3982 NW 167 St. 305-628-4434 41st] Thy Word Is Truth" Adventist Church hosts
on nwsstnds ow.Anniversary Celebration "bereavement sharing group
New Canaan Missionary Baptist Church New Life Family Worship Center Sunday, Oct. 27th at 3:30 meetings, every 2nd Sunday
Rev. Paul West, Sr. Pastor Barbara J. Boyce p.m. Harvest Time Assembly from 3-4 p.m. Call 305-634Fe scenn s5598 NW 7th Ave. 954-981-1832 1195 NW 119 St. 305-308-5064 of God will be in charge of the 2993.
available inl M-DC 93rd Street Community M.D. ChurchUNTDMTO STsrieCal356"16. ItetEvn lstu___ __________Rev. Carl Johnson 1 Hadley Park Horn- reach Ministries will conBREAST CANCER 2330 NW 93rd St. 305-836-0942 Ebenezer United Methodist Church eowners Association will duct free personal courses
continued from lB Rev. Dr. Joreatha McCall Capers, Sr. Pastor host the forum for the City of on evangelizing without fear.
,2001 NW 35th St. 305-635-7413 Miami District 5 candidates Call 786-508-6167.
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Barbara ancan Challenger Gray and Chst- Colo., on Sept.12. denture. The cost: more than $5,700.
mas. So far this year, the health Gannon, 78, was staggered. She said she could
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through the recession. Total private hospital iem- he, -Phto Chip Utherand
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of employment growth in the in the past 12 months, but it's ch a n e s en e a w vow
recession and its aftermath, down by 8,000 since April, and 1s78, of Dunedin, Fla.,
are starting to cut thousands more staff reductions are ex- I won't affect just fu nture generations o received a line of
of jobs amid falling insurance pected into next year. pe o peu an bars f red fr First
payments and inpatient visits. This month, Indiana Uni- peple penguins and polar bearSt re fro ir
The payroll cuts are surpris- versity Health laid off about Health Funding
ing because the Affordable 900 workers as part of a move All too often, global warming is est 30-year period of the past 1,400 i at an annual 23
Care Act (ACA), whose imple- to trim its budget by $1 bil- discussed as something that will years, the IPCC found. Atmospheric t IT St
mentation took a big step for- lion over five years. Vanderbilt affect future generations of people, concentrations of greenhouse gases :>, percent itres
ward this month, is eventually plans to eliminate 1,000 jobs penguins and polar bears. That it carbon dioxide, methane and ni- rate for dental
expected to provide health coy- by the end of the year to help will. But a mounting body of evi- trous oxide have jumped to levels work. She was later
erage to as many as 30 million shave operating costs eight dence demonstrates that climate unprecedented in at least the past offerd amdical
additional Americans. percent a year. The Cleveland change is neither distant nor theo- 800,000 years. ,' red car d.
"While the rest of the U.S. Clinic is offering buyouts to retical. It is here and now: A year-long USA 'IODAY special crdt ad
economy is stabilizing or im- 3,000 employees as it shaves The latest report from the Inter- report, 'Weathering the Change," proving, health care is entering its annual operating costs by governmental Panel on Climate documents how climate change is flee held out a solution: a special line of credit to into a recession," says John $330 million. Change, the internationally ac- already affecting Americans. Risk help cover her bill. Before she knew it, Gannon
Howser, assistant vice chan- "This is a challenging time for cepted authority on the subject, and intensity of heat waves, down- recalled, the office manager was taking down her cellor of Vanderbilt University the health care industry," says concludes that the climate system pours, drought and wildfires are in- financial details. Medical Center. Jim Terwilliger, president of has warmed dramatically since the creasing. Sea levels are rising. The But what seemed like the perfect answer
Health care providers an- two of Indiana health's hospi- 1950s, and that scientists are 95 oceans are becoming more acidic. In seemed, in fact, like just what the doctor ordered trounced more layoffs than tals. "The pace of change is far percent to 100 percent sure human Alaska, glaciers and permafrost are has turned into a quagmire. Her new loan any other industry last month greater than any time in recent influence has been the dominant melting. ensured that the deritist, Dr. Dan A. Knellinger,
8,128 largely because of history." cause. In the Northern Hemisphere, A report released in September would be paid in full upfront. But for Dannon,
reductions by hospitals, ac- Please turn to HOSPITALS 6B 1983 to 2012 was likely the warm- Please turn to CLIMATE 63 Please turn to CREDIT 63



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Non-profit hospital Dr. and First Lady Smith

CEOs earn almost- -43rd Pastoral Anniversary

Cs esWe, at the Apostolic Revival Center, would like to congratulate Pastor Gilbert S. Smith and
First Lady Geneva 0. Smith on
$600K a year their 43rd Pastoral Anniversary.
Together they have faithfully
Salaries do not correlate led us in being a victorious
congregation. We have enjoyed
to patient outcomes, study .this couple of God as being our
to p7 leaders in Christ for 43 years.
By. Undsay Tenn* for Medicare They both have faithfully served
Associated Press & Medicaid the Lord, their congregation,
Services and home and foreign missions
CHICAGO CEOs at non- others. tirelessly. They have stood
steadfastly on the Word of God
profit hospitals earned an While these steas othe Wor oGd
average of $600,000 a year hospitals get 4 o
and in some cases, more than big tax ex$3 along with others all over the DR. AND FIRST LADY
t was e for globe praise God for them both.
no correlation between high providing char- In celebration of thisS. SMITH
pay and good outcomes for ity care and other momentous occasion, we invite at the church. On Saturday,
patients, according to a new community bene- you to join us as we praise God October 26, a banquet, 6 p.m.,
study. fits, the researchers for this woman and man of at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 400
CEOs were paid more at said the top execu- God starting Tuesday, October SE 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida.
hospitals that got high pa- tives' annual pay wasn't 22 through Friday, October Reserve seat today; call
tient satisfaction scores; used tied to those measures, Most U.S. hospitals are non-profit, and those studied make up 25, at 7:30 p.m. nightly and a Ernestine Cowart, 954-558more high-tech equipment either. 98 percent of private non-profit hospitals, the study authors said. summation 11 a.m., Sunday 8444.
including advanced imaging CEO compensation varmachines; had more beds; ied widely, from less than for whether patients live or die day in JAMA Internal Mediand were located in large ur- $100,000 to more than $3 within 30 days of treatment cine, is based on an analysis Gospel M usic W workshop
ban areas. But pay wasn't re- million, but averaged almost "doesn't quite make sense," he of public records including
flected in 30-day outcomes for $600,000 in 2009, the study says. federal tax returns for 1,877 Harvest Time Gospel Music Workshop and Showcase, Saturpatients with heart attacks, found. Jha says the study results CEOs overseeing 2,681 pri- day, October 26,9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p~m showcase
heart failure or pneumonia in The results were "a little are a message for hospi- vate non-profit hospitals. at Sword of the Lord Chuch, 2130 Wiley Street, Hollywood, FL.
2008, including deaths and disappointing," says study tal boards that decide CEO Most U.S. hospitals are non- Come, perform and maybe have the opportunity to make a readmissions. author Ashish Jha, a health compensation: "'If you really profit, and those studied make CD. $20 adults, $15 teenagers, $10 ages 6-12, children five and
Those are among publicly policy professor at Harvard's care about patient outcomes, up 98 percent of private non- under free. Lunch included.
reported outcome measures School of Public Health. To here's a place to look." profit hospitals, the study au- Register by October 24, $5 discount. Call 305-525-8145.
used by the federal Centers not hold CEOs accountable The study, published Mon- thors said.


Rev. Kenneth L. Washington hopes to provide a holistic ministry

WASHINGTON he said. I ran track to stay out at South Carolina State Uni- toria, is a junior at the Univer- follow the rules, they pay the second vice-president of the
continued from 11 of trouble in elementary and versity, he knew that music sity of Florida and Shankeisha consequences." Florida State Primitive Baptist
middle schooL In high school, would be his major is a senior at BTW. Both are The membership of Greater Association.
and it's always like being home I played a little junior varsity *1 play the piano, keyboard, products of BTW. Israel is approximately 350 He has four siblings: Earl to me. I preached my first ser- football organ, trumpet and percus- Most people think that they members and Washington's Washington, a Miami-Dade
mon there on Aug. 3, 1978. I But as far back as I can re- alone,' he said. should be miserable having goal for the church "is that they aviation landside officer;, Kewas 15 years old and I've been member, music has been my For the last 10 years, Wash- me there all the time, but that will become holistic towards nyatta DeShazior, a stage the pastor there for the last 15 passion.' ington has taught at Booker isn't the case. their walk with the Lord.' producer; Marvin Karonn Deyears.' T. Washington (BTW) Senior They love having me there 'I want members' lives to be Shazior, a cook and Shelia DeHe observes that growing BELOVED PASTOR KNOWS High School, but has been an because I am not a snoop. I an example to others so that Shazior.
up in Miami and staying out HOW TO LISTEN educator for the last 29 years believe that parents should their lives will lead others to His wife, Greta, is an inof trouble isn't easy for many Because Washington love in MMi-Dade County. be parents and not friends to God,' he said. structor at Douglas Elemenyoung people. music so much; when he E1 believe in the holistic ap- their children. Washington is the modera- tary and "supports her hus'I learned early in life to be graduated from Jackson Se- proach with people,' he said. I teach them right from tor of the East Coast Primi- band in all of his efforts,' she cautious with my social life," nior High School and enrolled al have two daughters: Shan- wrong and when they don' tive Baptist Association and said.





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Report: 1 million Blacks in the U.S. identify as LGBT
Overall higher unemployment rates and lower proportions with to have health insurance, than their non-LGBT counterO h a college degree (23 percent parts. Notably, almost one in
(15 percent v. 12 percent v. 26 percent) among LGBT LGBT FAMILIES SEEK 10 Black females in same-sex
Blacks, when compared to their LEGAL PROTECTION couples report serving in the
By Miawi TMes staff report Black Same-Sex Couples," in- non-LGBT counterparts. How- "Black LOBT parents and military. While Black males in
cludes socioeconomic and de- ever, these disadvantages are their children evidence signifi- same-sex couples are less likeAn estimated 1,018,700 (3.7 mographic characteristics of not present among Blacks in cant economic disadvantage ly to serve in the military than
percent) of Black adults con- Black LGBT individuals and same-sex couples, 25 percent and many live in states without those in heterosexual couples
sider themselves lesbian, gay, Black same-sex couples in the of Blacks in same-sex couples LGBT anti-discrimination laws (13 percent versus 25 percent),
bisexual or transgender (LGBT) U.S. Currently, the estimated have completed a college de- or marriage equality. Establish- the rate of reported military serand 34 percent of Black same- 84,000 Black individuals in gree, compared to 22 percent ing these important legal pro- vice for Black males in samesex couples are raising chil- same-sex couples tend to live of Blacks in heterosexual cou- tections could really help these sex couples is still about one in
dren, according to a new report in areas where there are high- ples, In addition, 71 percent families," said study co-author seven individuals. U.S. Census
released by UCLA Williams In- er proportions of Blacks. For of Blacks in same-sex couples Angeliki Kastanis. Another sig- 2010 data are used to report
stitute Scholars Angeliki Kas- example, a quarter of Black are employed compared to 68 nificant finding in the report the number of same-sex coutnis, Public Policy Research same-sex couples live in GeGR- percent of their counterparts is that LGBT Black females ples in the U.S. All surveys inFellow, and Gary J. Gates, Dis- gia, New York, North Carolina, GARY J. GATES in different-sex couples. LGBT and Black females in same-sex elude respondents who identify
tinguished Scholar. The study, and Maryland. The report finds Distinguished Scholar Blacks are also less likely than couples are three times more as Black (non-Hispanic) when "LGBT Black Individuals and overall higher unemployment rates (15 percent v. 12 percent) their non-LGBT counterparts likely to report military service asked to describe their race.



Poll: Health exchange Minimal weight loss can cut


rollout gets poor reviews obese teens diabetes risk
By Health Day news The study included 113
teens, aged 13 to 17, whose
Only seven percent of Americans are affordable health care." Ro- Obese teens don't need to average BMI at the start of the
driguez pledged to keep trying lose large amounts of weight study was 37.1. People with
satiied with program just what President Barack to lower their risk of develop- a BMI of 35 to 40 are classiObama has been recommending ing diabetes, according to a fled as severely obese. None of
By NancV Benec and their household has tried to sign to those who've run into trouble. -new study. Researchers found the teens had type 2 diabetes
Jennifer Agiesta up for insurance through the Count Janice Brown, a semire- that obese teens who reduced at the start of the study, but
Associated Press health care exchanges, accord- tired travel agent from Prather, their body-mass index (BMI) their obesity placed them at
ing to the poll. Calif., among those who had a by 8 percent or more had im- high risk to develop the diaThe debut of the government's While that's a small percent- positive experience. After som provements in insulin sensi- ease in the future. The teens
health insurance marketplaces age, it could represent more initial trouble on the websiter tivity, a measure of how well were put on a weight-loss prodrew a huge audience and than 20 million people. Three- she got through to a help fin the body processes insulin gram that used family-based
underwhelming reviews. Just fourths of those who tried to sign and downloaded an application and an important risk factor lifestyle changes. They and
7 percent of Americans say the up reported problems, though, to buy a plan for $1,500 a mon for developing type 2 diabe- their parents were taught
rollout of the health exchanges and that's reflected in the poor for herself and her husbo i tes. BMI is a measurement of about healthy eating habits
has gone extremely well or very reviews. That's $1,000 less than her c body fat based on height and and encouraged to increase
well, according to an AP poll. rent private plan, weight- their levels of physical activity.
The reaction was somewhat OBAMACARE GLITCHES *I'm thrilled,* said B whis threshold effect that The teens and their parents atbetter among supporters of PROMPT FRUSTRATION 61. 'The coverage is better. It's occurs at 8 percent sug- tended weekly group counselthe new health care law, but George Spinner, 60, a retired fantastic." Among those who've gests that obese adolescents ing sessions and the parents
still middling: 19 percent said government worker from Ruther actually tested out the system, 1 don't need to lose enormous were encouraged to support
the rollout went extremely well Glen, Va., said he managed to only about one in 10 succeeded amounts of weight to achieve their children's lifestyle changor very well. Among the unin- create an online account and in buying health insurance, the movements," study co-au- es and to be healthy-lifestyle
sured a key audience for the password before he got stuck. poll found. A quarter of those thor Dr. Lorr4ine Levitt Katz, role models. The study, pubhealth exchanges 42 percent 'it kept telling me there was an who tried to buy coverage weren't a pediatric endocrinologist at lished online May 24 in the
said they didn't know enough error," he said. Reynol Rodriguez, sure whether they'd succeeded. the Diabetes Center for Chil- Journal of Pediatrics, rinforcto judge how well the rollout a computer technician from San Overall, 40 percent of Americans dren at the Children's Hospi- es the importance of lifestyle
had gone, suggesting an ongo- Antonio, said he was able to do said the launch of the insurance tal of Philadelphia, said in a changes in helping teens lose
ing lack of awareness about the some comparison shopping on- markets hasn't gone well, 20 hospital news release. weight, the researchers said.
program in its early days. De- line but computer glitches kept percent said it's gone somewhat "The improvements in insu- They also noted that the 8 perspite the bumpy rollout, plenty him from signing up. well and 30 percent didn't know a a r in sensitivity occurred after cent reduction in BMI needed
of Americans are giving the sys- *I was Very much looking for- what to say. Just 7 percent said (Our months of participating to improve insulin sensitivity
tem a try. 7 percent of Ameri- ward to it,* said Rodriguez, 51. the launch had gone "very well" i t in alifestyle-modification pro- is "achievable" and easy for
cans reported that somebody in 'hat's what this country needs or "somewhat well." gram," Katz said. doctors to track.












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Healthcare industry faces tryng times Initiatives to prevent injuries


HOSPITALS *The health care law has fur- *As more Baby Boomers pand Medicaid. SAFETY cedures in addition to the related
continued from 3D1 ther reduced the Medicare pay- turn 65, their services will be That decision led to about a continued from 311 state class curriculum, said Jody
ments to hospitals that provide reimbursed at Medicare rates third of the job cuts by Nash- Elrod, director of transportation
There are myriad reasons for lower-quality service or have that are lower than those of ville-based Vanderbilt, Howser Kissel said the district has cre- for Bartow County schools. the cuts, which are affecting high readmission rates, private payers, putting further says. ated a document parents have Several of the new measures
administrative, staff as well as *The National Institutes of pressure on hospital revenue. Still, J.P. Fingado, CEO of to, sign that lists approved re- address the problem of children nurses and doctors: Health reduced funding to hos- The new health care law was API Healthcare, a consulting igr d rop ted od Krbe bisng lef ndy schomunicaMedicare, Medicaid and pri- pitals by five percent as part of supposed to ease the burden firm for hospitals, says the lay- EBro ony a:Sat incodntrfrteLve
vate insurance companies are sequestration, forcing hospi- on hospitals by expanding offs are shortsighted because Un i SetembCent, GKand Star- tiolcorntar fcho itheiLve, all reducing reimbursement tals to trim research staff. Medicaid coverage to more low- the providers likely will have to ingarn steer prn ado kin- Eleetr Scoodistrictstdn to hospitals. The federal bud- h ubro nain noeAeias h fe d tf sso snx erCounty Schools began receiv- that had been left on the bus in
get cuts known as sequestra- hospital days fell four percent use hospital services in emer- to handle increased patient vol- ig" oehnso prah pi,"hssse a de
tion have cut Medicare reim- from 2007 to 2011, in part be- gencies, then don't pay their umes resulting from the health rding or sehands-o apr ach a hril Thsaysem was ddedto, bursement by two percent, the cause of the economic down- bills. But 26 states, including care law. and crossing and boarding pro- Landry said.
American Hospital Association turn, the hospital association Tennessee, rejected the ACA's "The cuts are a particularly __________ ________________says. says, offer of federal funding to ex- short-term reaction," he says.
Repot rleass sockng facts'abo utA weather change

CLINIAT-E and for all, from whether global that warming has stopped or is ',mark for power hitting.
continued-from 3B warming is real to how to re- inconsequential. Perhaps the most sobering
spond. Instead, the skeptics For one thing, much of the part of the IPCC report is its i OI i
by the Bulletin of the American have seized on one piece of the excess warmth being put into conclusion that "most aspects Meteorological Society analyzed 2,216-page IPCC report to re- the climate system by green- of climate change will per12 extreme weather events last new their contention that con- house gases is sinking into the sist for many centuries even if A r yo R EA DY
year and found compelling evi- cern is overblown. world's oceans. For another, emissions of carbon dioxide are
dence that human-caused cli- The report found that the 1998 was an extreme outlier of stopped." This doesn't mean : W .O EO YNC RSTNOV.O
mate change contributed to rate of surface warming over a warm year, thanks to El NLfto, Its pointless to put a price on half of them. For example, the the past 15 years (1998-2012) a warming of tropical Pacific carbon pollution, or to negoti -_ ____________________report concluded, about 35 was smaller than the rate water that can affect tempera- ate cuts with China and other h percent of the extreme warmth calculated since 1951. This tures and weather around the big emitters. But it shows that 1 experienced in the eastern U.S. "pause" suggests some of the world. the response will also have to I
in March-May 2012 can be at- climate models that predicted Using 1998 as a starting include adaptation, geoengi- W rhpa dPas n o ne
All this ought to be enough to natural climate variability is a bit like using Babe Ruth's 60 ments in green alternatives to Adm Taenal of Faith shift the political debate, once powerful. But it doesn't prove home runs in 1927 as a bench- fossil fuels.AMCwcoe you to worship
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the price was steep: an annual Fla. Dr. Knellinger, who works are now proliferating among forgo because they are not co- 'CAR MB EAN Day PROGRAM interest rate of about 23 per- out of Palm Harbor, Fla., did older Americans, who often face ered by insurance. Ohr2t :0s
cent, with a 33 percent penalty not respond to requests for large out-of-pocket expenses for It also ensures that providers IW~ 7h :0a
rate kicking in if she missed a comment. basic care that is not covered by are paid upfront a fact that
payment. In dentists' and doctors' offic- Medicare or private insurance. financial services companies GENERAL SESSION
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office subsequently suggested A growing number of health tal Association have no formal which offers financing plans another form of financing, a care professionals are urging policy on the cards, but some through providers' offices, asks medical credit card, to pay for patients to pay for treatment practitioners refuse to use providers on its Web site: *How more work. Now, her minimum not covered by their insurance them, saying they threaten to much money are you losing ev- m yai
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By Muegailt Fox o
Maxine Powell, the Miss
Manners of Motown, who as
the director of the label's inhouse finishing school in the
19609 was considered in no
small part responsible for its
early success, died on Monday in Southfield, Mich. She
was 98.
In a statement on Monday,
Berry Gordy Jr., the founder
of Motown Records, said that
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Among her other pupils were 'Every asset of my personal- Supremes practicing a dance the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, ity has been by her influence,* called the shake. That emMarviay a ey said Ms. Reeves, who became phatically did not sit well with
Robinson. Diana Ross, the a lifelong friend. "Even to the Mrs. Powell, as she recalled in 7a 745
Supremes' former lead singer, end, she was making sure a 1986 interview with People
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Richardson Range Mitchell Eric L. Wilson In Memoriam
MICHAEL ANTHONY LANE, LUTHER H. MOSS, 90, retired JEWEL BELL, 68, musician, DAVID CURRY, JR., aka Capt.
55, environmen- e I e c t r I c a!I died October Curry died In loving memory of,
talist, died Oct switchman for 11 at Jackson October 6 dis dances
16. Services Bellsouth, died M a m o r I a I at Jackson
were held 5 October 13 at Hospital. Wake North Hospital. p
p.m,, Tuesday home. Survived 6-9 p.m., Viewing 6-9
at Temple Mis- by wife, Adah Friday at Bright p.m., Friday at
sionary Baptist Moss; children: Morning Star Eric L Wilson
Church, Edi4ihsy reWl C Mortuary, 4631 'Preachers
Beverly Byrd, 1455 NW 53 W. Hallandale
Tatiana Ferguson, Dana Moss, Street. Viewing 8-10 a.m., Saturday Beach Blvd., ofL A .
DOROTHY REDD BROWN, 78, Denise Moss, Darlene Moss, and and service 10 a.m. at the church. Hollywood, FL 33023. Service
dietitian aide, Andrew Moss; sister, Teri Phillips. 11 a.m., Saturday at Friendship
died October 16. ~Viewing,3p.m.-5p.m., Wednesday, EARNEST E. WILLIAMS, 72, Missionary Baptist, 740 NW 58th .. John -H nW Hari
Service 11 a.m., Oct. 23rd at Range Funeral Home, retired, died Street, Miami, FL 33127.
Saturday at 5727 NW 17th Avenue, Miami, FL October 19 at Television is obsessed
N r m.m Service), M Hospital. with reality TV programMarcyHosptal.ming. Preachers of L.A. preChurch. 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 23rd Survived by Paradise rigrea of Oct reat Church of the Incarnation, 1835 wife, Sylvia d ASHELY B. CARR, 22, died Oc- spe ct. 9iita eNW 54 St., Miami, FL 33142. Home W i I I i a m s ; tober 15 at Jackson South Coin- THOMAS"NICK" MARSHALL spectacle 1.1 million viewers
Going Service, 11 a.m., Thursday, sisters, Lucille munity Hospital. Service 10 a.m., 02/12/1933. 10/25/2009 on Oxygen but may have lost
EUGENE McLEMORE, 59, Oct. 24th at Church of the (Clarence) Saturday at Convenant Missionary afewviewersafterBishopT.D.
metal sheet worker, died October Incarnation. A repast will be held Williams, Mary Baptist Church, It's been four years since
12. Remains were shipped to immediately following the home Williams, Juanita Butler; brother, God called you home.
Cleveland, Ohio for final rites and going service in the J. Kenneth Thelton (Nina) Luke of Tallahassee, ELIZABETH E. FREEMAN, 81, You are greatly missed, burial. Major Parish Hall at the Church of FL; nieces, Deidre (James) died October 18 at Grammercy From your loving wife.
the Incarnation. Burial 11:15 a.m., Coleman, April Williams and Kesha Park Nursing Center. Service 10 Friday, October 25th at National Wilson; nephew, Emanuel Battle a.m.; Saturday at Morningstar MisHadley Davis- MLK Cemetery in Lake Worth, FL and a dear friend, Juanita Mary sonary Baptist Church. Happy Birthday
Mack. Service 2:30 p.m., Saturday
HAZEL COLEY, 73, died October JOHNNIE BELLE TOMPKINS, in the chapel. Card of Thanks
15 at Aventura 93, homemaker In loving memory of,
H o s p i I a I died October VERNA ACOSTA COATS, 86,
Service 11 a.m., 16. Survivors retired, died The family of the late,
Saturday, at include her October 21 at
House of God sons, Roger home. Viewing
Miracle Temple. To m p k i n s, 4-8 p.n., Friday 3SHOP ID JAMES
Jr., (Linda), at Mitchell
Wille Gne unerl Hme.Jakes slammed the show for
Willie Gene Funeral Home. ismt~lsi otn n
Tompkins. Sr., Service 11 a.m, itS m content and
Frederick Harris Donaldson: Saturday at d it may do to the perLILLIE MAE WILSON, 73, daughters. Sarah Ann Tompkins Crooms Temple cepti ofo cloth. Thesow
died October and Frances Donaldson Johnson; C. 0. G. I. C.. follows s world renowned
16 at home, sixteen grandchildren, many great 2090 NW 151 Street. Opa-locka, mega-pastors in Southern
Service 12 grandchildren, and great-great FL 33034. Califor and offers a candid
p.m., Saturday grandchildren. Viewing 5-8 p.m., and revealing look into their
at Christian Friday at Range Grove Chapel. Hadley Davis lives away fiom the pulpit
Fellowship Service 1 p.m.. Saturday at Mt which includes sports cars,
MBC. Olive M.B. Church in South Miami. Miami Gardens meansions and provocatie
WiLLIE McCALL, JR.. 69, tuck ROCIELLB LUKE lifstyle that they live.
driver, died SWAN, IR. Bishop T.D. Jakes made it
Royal October 10 at LOUISE WHITEHED 10/22/1941 04/07/2010 a point to not only slam the
MRS. MASSEMNE MELBA Miami VA Hos- 0912&1922- 10/1412013 show but create a dstnct disGreg L. Mason PEMBERTON. pital. Service Gone, but never forgotten. tance between himself and the
CHARLES kM CHARIEr 11 a.m., Satur- gratefully acknowledges Love you always. "shake and bake' ministries
CHESTNUT, adied Octor day at Greater your kindness and expres- The Swan Family on the show. Jakes makes it a
72, died 16 at Mmorial Holy Cros Mis- sions of sympathy. Your vis- point to emphasize that sucOctober 16. P e m b r o k e sionary Baptist its, prayers, cards, telephone cess was not built by the ofS u r v i v o r s Hospice Unit. Church. calls, monetary donations Happy Birthday -ferings of the church. .
gncildren, Service 2 p.m., and covered dished were ap- "Now, I know you been
grandchildren Sunday at KIRK LEE BROOKSHIRE. preciated. In loving memory of, watching that junk on TV.
Shnae Wala Bethany SDA 54. restaurant We would also like to thank I want to tell you right now,
( T o r i n ) Church. manager, died Rev. Glenroy Deavux of not one dime of what you're
Christopher October 17 at Temple Missionary Baptist sowing right now will buy my
McGnff, Adrian Hobbs and Tangela GEORGE T. THOMPSON Jackso North Church, choir and members suit," Jakes said. "I want you
Teryf, (Adin; bE OJR E ThoO Jaon Noth for their acts of kindness to to know my car is paid for. I
Terry (Aiphonzie); brothers, Clu JR, 62 labo Hospal, Ser- ~our family. want you to know I got my
Chestnut, Walter Lee Jackso supervisor, vice 10 a.m., The Whitehead F h o n ow I o t you
Th WiehadFmiyhouse on my own. I want you (Joann) and Billy Mills (Emogine); died October at Holy Temple to know I'm not bling-blingsisters, Missey and Rasado; and 20, at Aventura Missionary Bap- ing. I am not shake and bake.
other relatives and friends. Vowing H o s p I t a I ist Church. Happ B da e
9 a.m., Saturday in the chapel with Happy Birthday I had money when I came
Viewing 5-9to Daas and plan t
service to follow at 11 a.m. p.m., Friday FRITZNEL NOEL, 28. laborer, somewhen I 1a."
at Royal. died October 10. In loving memory of, In some peowee's Ilads
Service 11 am., Service 11 a.m., the preacher is a pariah
Alien and Shaw Saturday at New Vision for Christ Sunday at Mt and parasite- in the comGREGORY ALLEN BEAL, Ministries, 13650 NE 10 Avenue. Pisgah Seven ) munity that is all about the
59, detention Day Adventist Ser xnis." These tyes of
officer, died Church. U H IHI LOUISE PHILLIPS preachers have been characOctober 10 at
Univerit Tranquility 10/23/1924 08/03/2013 tedied in sitcoms and movies
University Of alike. It is hard to justify a
Miami Hospital. JEAN ROSEMARIE, 66, We miss you. Love forever, preacher driving or purchasService 10 homemaker, died October 14 at Mildred P. Phillips and family. ing a Bentley or Ferrai while
a.m., Saturday Mt. Sinai Medical Center. Service MARIE CATOR, 72, homemaker, they.preaph of Jesus walking
at House of 11 a.m., Saturday at Notre'Dame died October 20 i sandls. Even the good the
Bethlehem, Catholic Church. at home. Ar- preachers are doing seems to
2401 NW 79 Street, Miami, FL arrangements areI hidden behind the flash
33147. BABY TAKYLAH JOHNSON, incomplete. HONOR YOUR L and bling.
3,died October 1 at Jackson j[ rT A.~What are your thoughts on
SMemorial Hospital. Service 12 p.m. OJINE WVITH AiN preachers that live .a life of
Grace in the chapel. luxury? Do you tnkT.D.
MME L CTE,9,CLIFFORD L. GREEN IN MEMORIAM Jakes is right for distancing
hmma k Ter, 93 MANUEL HERNANDEZ, 57, 10/25/1958- 09/07/1993 himself from the show and the
hoe makoer laborer, died October14 at Palmetto JOHN CROISSY, newborn, died Gone, but not forgotten. IN THE MIAMI TIMES img of the show?
dieded ou OctoberheFdi
15. Public General Hospital. Arrangements October 13 at Memorial Regional AOUrhnfamily semChain iShbroken Sen69462our Letter to= the
Visitation 4-7:30 are incomplete. Hospital. Arrangements are Incom.~ Adntigsestesm O .9.h ~ tr h im le,90N
p.m., Thursday : 54th St., Miami4 FL 33127.
aLietCiyEUTIMO RODRIGUEZ, 58, plt.But as God calls us one by I ...:
Church of laborer, died October 13 at Palm on.Tecanwllikgi.
Christ. Service Springs Hospital. Arrangements Hall Ferguson Hewitt From the Green family, with
1 p.m., Friday, are incomplete. CAROLYN FLOYD, 66, sales love.
at the church. and marketing,
Makr MABEL IRMA OLIVARES, 78, died October 17 Card of Thanks
Mankernurse, died October 15 at home. at University of
JOHNNY LEE CLEVELAND, Arrangements are incomplete. Miami Hospital. The family of the late,
69, construc- Service 11 a.m,,
tion worker, FLORENCE KOTOWSKI, 86, Saturday in the CHARLESI CLEVELAND
died Oct. 18, at banker, died October 17 at Hope chapel.AROD .
Franco) Rehab Hospice. Service Friday in PortlandAROD .
Center. Service Oregon, wse otakteRvr
12 p.m., Satur- wen Denriak RoheeFaterday at New Mis- RENE CORDOVA, 72, farmer, JWARNELL WHIGHAM, 80, MarquesnBryc andle thert
sionary Baptist died October12 at Hialeah Hospital, retired, died anesPshamly for theirt
Church. Arrangements are incomplete. October 19. thoghunes s a nd kaind rtexEVA GORGA, 86, bookmaker, Setrdce 1n ptm. pressions of sympathy durTrinity died October 19 at North Broward chapel. inKCheos Arold Sur.bloe
DARREN EMORY ROMER, Medical Center. Service 11:30 Youhayle rsnl, teepon
.32, cook, died a in., Thursday at St. Mark Catholic Yalourng craders, itsn
October 19 Church, Fort Lauderdale. cls unn adevst
at Jackson and other acts of kindness
Trauma Center, Obituaries deadline May God continue to bless
Service 11 a.m., crgtad on ach of you as you have
Saura at3 pmWrighty blesands hYoungou
Mt. Tabor M.B. ALBERT SMITH, 77, truck driver, 4:0p, usabesc ustrghyr
Church. died October 17, Service 11 am.,30"64 2kides
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Greene had been ajazzman passion for music and loved Isaiah, 9, who was also in the
f6r most of his 38 years, well to listen to her father play, school that morning but was known among serious jazz was a student at Sandy Hook unharmed. 'I still cry every
fans. He had dozens of albums Elementary School in New- day we all do. I don't know if to his name. He played with town, Conn. That was the day there's a day when we won't." such luminaries as Freddie a gunman killed Ana along It was a month or so before
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ByCorte Gaci books of all things. The Especially growing was no way in the world I was producers of comic book lore, from Grevioux's perspective,
decision has proven more up where I did, in going to be able to do science Grevioux finds himself one of depend on what fits within a
It may be hard to believe a than fruitful, the family I was fiction." the few Blacks, something he frame of reference.
career in microbiology could alt was kind of like subli-I in. My parents But indeed, that was exacty believes to be true due to a "It's like how can you think
lead to a burgeoning Hol- mation,' the writer and ac- Iare academics. what Grevioux did. pragmatism facing the dreams about traveling to another
lywood film franchise, but I, tor told theGrio from New They're both Varying shades of dreams of Black youth. solar system or alien life if you
Frankenstein screenwriter York Comic Con. "My big Harvard gradu- From DC, where he began When you're white, your have a problem getting a job
Kevin Grevioux defies career thing when I was a kid was -ates. So supplementing his income as dreams go far and a lot of or eating on Earth," he says.
protocol set by the general science fiction -- loved there a bouncer, Grevioux moved times that is because there "[Black] dreams are more
population. The writer of the science fiction to Los Angeles and found are no encumbrances," he reality-based, and that's why
forthcoming fantasy-drama but how do you work as an extra. Over time, observes. "The world is wide I think our films have to do
film began as a science stu- make a liig he broke into the comic book open to them in a way that with our daily environment
dent at Howard University, doing scece industry, writing for Marvel isn't open for us. So when more so than alien or science
who would briefly pursue a fiction and and DC Comics, and later their reality is taken care of, fiction environments."
master's degree in genetic en- horror and creating a company of his it's like, 'Okay well we can He adds, "A lot of science
gineering before dropping out stuff like own, DarkStorm Studios. dream about this. We can do fiction is based upon your
to chase his dream. While still that? You He subsequently created the the. We can do that.' For us, experience in terms of looking
in his mid-20s, Grevioux left don't, for character of the Blue Marvel it's a little different. o at the world differently. Thinkbehind his educational call- the most who will soon be seen as an Dreams embody a per- ing about it in more abstract
ing and began making comic part. w Avenger. Among the many son's hopes and goals, and Please turn to GREVIOUX 3C

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FAMILY FEATURES
This Halloween, throw a wickedly wonderful fete for family and friends. With help
from the Wilton entertaining experts, you'll have all the tricks to treat your guests to a spooky celebration that will leave them howling with delight. Hlalloween's not
just for the kids anymore, so before you put on your costume, grab your baking and
decorating supplies and get ready to let the creepy crawlers loose.
"Halloween is the one time of the year that you can take your decorating skills
to the dark side," said Nancy Siler, vice president of consumer affairs at Wilton. "From finishing pumpkin cookies with ghastly grins to creating creepy cakes decorated like graveyard skulls, it's the perfect holiday to have some fun in the kitchen."
Try these tips from the Wilton test kitchen for tasty and terrifying treats:
Creepy Cupcakes: Transform traditional cupcakes into other worldly creations by
decorating with eyeballs, spider webs or candy corn. Set up a decorating table during your
Halloween party and let kids make their own creepy creations.
Trick the Treat: Swap out the standard packaged treats for homemade sweets. Wrap
cookies, pumpkin cake pops and lollipops in decorative party bags for a fearfully fun takehome treat.
Mummy Wrap: Dress up your Halloween treats with themed baking cups. Pumpkins,
mummies and ghosts are an instant way to give your party extra personality.
a Stack the Skulls: Turn the crouqueen-bouche, a popular French dessert,
on its head by replacing cream puffs with mini-skeleton skulls. To increase the scare factor, mix in bone-shaped cookies and antique the treats with Candy Melts candy and Color Mist
food color spray.
Try these recipes for Pumpkin Cake Pops and Graveyard Crouque-en-Bouche folbr a spook-tacular Halloween party. For more unique decorating ideas and recipes visit www.wilton.com.




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k days for attendees, ~ auditorium, the boys
The Tie Tying Cer- walked in and took
heemony for the 5000 their seats. When
Role Models of Excel- ithe ritual began, they%
lence was held recent- stood and faced their
ly at Miami Carol City mentors and took the
Those vivacious se- trip on Senior High School. -.' oath and commandnior walkers at Arcola Thursday, Oct, 24, Jamarv Dunn gave ments.
Lakes Park took to the to the Holy Land in the sincere "welcome" Samuel "Chase"
road for a fun-filled Orlando. Call the to the 400 young HOLLOWAY Williams, a native of
day in Key West to ob- park and ask for T.G. men, parents, color Carver Ranches, made
serve the city and cel- Smith if you are in- guards and staff that includ- an impact at Ebenezer UMC
ebrate those born in terested in going. ed: Katrina Wilson, Melodie where he eventually joined
the month of October. Former Judge Shi- Delancey, Renee Jones, Pa- the Exodus Ministry and met
During the trip, co- rylon McWhorter, mela Jones, Pamela Davis, Reverend Joann Brookordinators Clint and MCWORTHER president, along with Mark Beckford, Robert Park- ings. Both of them taught the
Annie Harris delivered John Williams and er, Carol Neal, and James formerly-addicted men how to
a strong prayer for safety, un- Wayne Davis are planning Brown. Role Model Edward remain drug free. His last will
planned accidents and the ex- Homecoming Alumni and Re- Harris, M.C., opened the pro- and testimony included posiistence of 'love" among Presi- union events the weekend of gram by bringing greetings. tive remarks from Pastor nam e street him
dent Gladys Bracy-Smith, Saturday, October 25. The pa- Wilbert "Tee" Holloway, Joreatha Capers, Richard B. By Kyle Hay The Notorious B.I.G.'s
Gloria Orr, Virginia Wright, rade will start at 9 a.m., tail- school board member, Chief Strachan, C Bradley, E. Rob- B criminal past well is known
Rodine Strother, Treneice gate party at noon to four and Robert Parker, Paul V. Wil- inson, Jean Perry, William According to DNAInfo, some within hip-hop and music Henderson, Marva and Bar- the classes of '69, '79 and '83 son, Judge Orlando Prescott, Francis and S.Wilson. Brooklyn community board circles and was the inspiratow Duhart, Robert Willis, will be at homecoming head- Director J. D. Patterson and He's now resting and no members think the late rapper tion to a good portion of his
Jolene, Brenda Hadley and quarter hotels. The Speedway 100 mentors assisted with the more pain shall enter his Biggie Smalls was nothing but music. An abbreviated version Sally Green. The trip's orga- in Daytona Beach will have ritual of tying ties. body. A special prayer goes out a criminal, a misogynist, and of his life was addressed in the
nizers are planning a similar activities going on for three As the theme song filled the to his family, apparently was too overweight 2009 biopic Notorious. Felto receive a street named in low board member Ken Lowy
Elry Sands-Taylor, Mary Bernadette Ingraham, Ve- his honor. Lucy Koteen, a echoed Koteen's statements
People I McCray, Martha C. Day and ronica O'Berry, Muriel C. CB2 board member, did some and argued Biggie's music
Judy Nelson. The next meet- Parker, Mildred Johnson- independent research on the was too disrespectful towards
ing will be held in Boston, Obue, Leanors Bryant, Ella rap legend and claims the man women. The proposed placeMass. McKinney, Pauline McKin- born Christopher Wallace isn't ment of "Christopher Wallace
Congratulations to our ness major and a Kendra Clark now lives in nay, Frances Brown, Louise worthy of having any associa- Way" would be at the corner of
new first family at Bethune- member of Delta Maryland due to her new job Cleare, Earl Carroll, Wil- tion with his native New York Fulton Street and St. James
Cookman University [B- Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. location. Good luck on your helmina S. Welch, Thomas borough. Place in Brooklyn, and LeRoy
CU], Dr. Edison Jackson Dr. Jackson will officially be- new job location and new en- Nottage, Freddie "Jabbo" at 12, he was a school drop- Biggie petition, expressed his and his wife, Mrs. Florence come B-CU's sixth president vironment. Johnson, Evangeline Gib- out at 17, he was arrested for dissatisfaction after the meetJackson, who celebrated 50 at 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 16 in B- Don't forget to early vote. son, Delone Mathis, Herbert drugs and weapons charge, he ing, believing the Notorious years of marriage on Oct. CU's Gertrude Heyn Chapel. The Lamplighters Aglow, Rhodes, Winston Scavella, was arrested for parole viola- B.I.G., having been murdered
19th. They are the parents of For a complete list of inaugu- Inc. North Dade Chapter cor- Marcus Terrell, Earl Mar- tions, he was arrested in North in a drive-by shooting in 1997, two children. The Jacksons ration activities visit: www. dially invites you to its annual shall, Hughue Nairn, Sr., Carolina for crack-cocaine, in was unable to properly defend are originally from Heaths- cookman.edu. "prayer brunch," Sat., Oct. 26 Theodore Moss, Barbara 1996 he was again arrested for himself.
ville, Virginia. They were in Francina Lewis-Robinson at 10 a.m. at Florida Memori- Kee, Iradel Bodi., Donyale assault, he had a violent death "There are many artists that the first grade together and is in Washington, D.C. along al University's Albert and Sa- Outler, Frankie S. Raise, and physically the man is not share stories in a vernacular Florence's mother was their with other family members to die Smith Banquet Hall. The Rev. Samuel Browne, Annie exactly a role model for youth," that their audiences underteacher. They would eventu- attend Lola Lewis' funeral. speaker will be the Reverend North, MarJorie W. Sharpe, Koteen said in board meeting stand," said McCarthy. "Biggie ally become childhood sweet- Lola was the wife of the late Denrick R. Rolled of St. Agnes Gladys Moss and Carrie this past Tuesday. "I don't see used the language from the hearts attending the same Floyd Lewis. Sympathy to Episcopal Church. See you Meek. how this guy was a role model streets he grew up in to convey
church and playing in the their family. there. Donations will benefit Join the gang as they travel and frankly it offends me." what he wanted to say.'
high school band. While they The American Associa- their scholarship fund. on the Bimini cruise ship on
went to different colleges, they tion of Retired People spent Get well wishes for the fol- Friday, Nov. 1 from 10 a.m. to ended up getting married two four days in Atlanta, Ga. last lowing sick and shut-ins: Lei- 4 p.m. Contact Robin Monyears before they graduated. week. Among those in atten- la O'Berry, Rev. Ohedrick cur, Davyre Smith or Anna
Mrs. Jackson was a busi- dance were Nancy Dawkins, Gilbert, Barbara Patterson, Pratt.


Beyonce plays peeka-boo with Blue Ivy

I;~~ ~~ The Bedroo film: shre aihto eslpeaig


By Ann Oldenburg Mrs. Carter Show world tour. The Bedroom film: Coming
The Daily Mail reports that
Beyonce has put some new the singer performed two soon to a computer near you
photos on the My Life part of jumps from the 1,076-foother website and one of them is tall tower, citing New Zealand ., By Miami Times staff report
this sweet shot of herself with publication Herald On Sun- f.
daughter Blue Ivy, 1. day. Black Director/Writer So- .-.
The superstar also posted a According to sources, it was nya Dunn will distribute her
shot of herself about to take a *difficult to see' the star when film, The Bedroom, online to
dive off the edge of Auckland's she took the plunge because tit.,, the public on Oct. 30 at 12:01
Sky Tower in New Zealand, she had so many bodyguards -Pto: ,am bayonce cor a.m. The film will be available
where she is wrapping up her with her. Beyonce and daughter Blue Ivy in a hammock. to online viewers on YouTube,
Facebook, and Vimeo. The film
will have subtitles in Chinese,
Grevioux hopes to inspire Black writers French, Indonesian, Spanish
and Turkish. The Bedroom is
GREVIOUX humanity. In his screenplays world in more allegorical fash- "When you've been collect- a short avant-garde film about
continued from IC for the Underworld series, he ions. I took interracial dating ing comic books as a kid, a love story from the male peraddressed conflict and fears and the problems with the you've been investing time and spective. The film explores the ways, a lot of times that takes surrounding interracial dat- races, and transferred them to money into these characters, male psyche of William Hughes SONYA DUNN education." ing, and the consequences of vampires and werewolves. Ba- and so you care about them after the loss of his relationdwelling on physical differ- sically, having this Romeo and because the characters speak ship with his wife, Zorah. Their Black Director/Writer INTERRACIAL DATING ence. Juliet relationship amongst a to you in a certain way," says shared dreams of life together 59 percent vs. Female 41 perAND GOD WITHIN "It's the whole lie associated centuries old race war." Grevioux. "You almost take it forever and the bittersweet cent. Currently, the fan page
FANTASTICAL TALES with the races, that we're dif- Grevioux describes his personally. I understand the realities of marriage intersect is averaging 1,000 of Likes per
Through his vivid imagina- ferent only in terms of our pe- thoughts behind I, Franken- fervor and the passion that the in The Bedroom. This beautiful week. Also, a novella based on tion, Grevioux conceives of ripheral morphology, our skin stein as "biblical," examining fans have. They know more love story stars Altorro Prince the film will be available for stories to not only amuse and colors," he comments. "Using the role of God, as well as the about the minutiae of these Black and Nyesha Whitten purchase on Amazon and other fascinate, but also make a science fiction usually is a way source and embodiment of characters than the people Wilson in the lead roles. The online bookstores. statement on the conscious of to convey aspects of the real evil, who actually write them." film screened at the 2013 "The film examines the
Cannes Film Festival and has struggles one goes through
Muiinfinds solace sounds of his savohon 11,000 fan on acebook to remainointimate adconwaiting for the release of this nected within a relationship.
sortfilm. Over 80 percent of A profound universal message
GREENE inspired by and, dedicated to McLean and Horace Silver, as The recording also includes their fan base is international all can relate to about loving
continued from iC Ana's life, well as Hubbard. a duet by Greene and the gui- (Overall demographics: Male another person," Dunn said.
"I want it to give a sense of Greene's playing on the re- tarist Pat Metheny of the hymn did. And it is his music that how she lived," said Greene, cord has taken a more soulful "Come Thou Almighty King," SNC lak Black females1-has pushed him back onto the who recently performed some and spiritual turn, he said, to which Ana liked to sing while ,1t4. JJdJ .It 1d t~
stage, back inside a recording of the music from the album at make music that is "reflective her olderbrother accompanied studio and back into the spot- a jazz club on the Upper West of her nature," with songs that her on the piano. KERRY Black and half Jewish, previlight as a top-tier jazzman. Side of Manhattan. are ruminative and reflective. "When she turned 7, she was continued from iC ously portrayed a wide variety
"Music has been a wonderful The nearly completed album, Although, he added with a going to start, too," taking pia- of characters, including Whitoutlet for me, emotionally and whose proceeds will go part- chuckle, "If she heard it, she'd no lessons, Greene said. leaving a noticeable void where ney Houston, Justin Guamispiritually," Greene said. ly toward charities set up in probably say, 'I want some- "The goal is the reflection sketches, about pop culture ni, and Beyonce. She left the Weeks after the massacre, he Ana's name, exemplifies a de- thing fast I can dance to.' and celebration of Ana's beau- icons like the First Lady, Be- show in 2007. slowly began accepting invita- cision by the family not to let Ana loved to dance joyfully tiful life, and how all lives are yonce, Oprah, or even Scan- Pharaoh, who joined the cast tions to play publicly, as long the pain of Ana's death keep around the house and she precious and beautiful," said dal itself could take place. in 2010, also recently opened as the performances were close them from discussing her life, loved Disney movies, including Greene, who moved with his Thompson, 35, previously up about the show's lack of a to his Connecticut home. He he said. "The Princess and the Frog," family to Winnipeg, Manito- tackled Black female roles Black female cast.member.
returned to Western Connecti- "It's a way for us to keep Ana whose dark-skinned Princess ba, in 2009 to take a teach- like Maya Angelou and Jen- "They need to pay attencut State University, where he alive, and keep her on the tip of Tiana appealed to her. ing position at the University nifer Hudson, but has since tion," he said of the show's teaches jazz. our tongues," he said. "I don't Greene asked the singer of Manitoba before settling in stopped playing those charac- lack of diversity, suggesting
Slowly, Greene said, the want to avoid talking about it Anika Noni Rose, a childhood Newtown in the summer of ters. Love Thy Neighbor actress
spirit of Ana's "beautiful life" because one problem we hax~e friend who was the voice of the 2012. (Nelba Miirquez-Greene "I don't know. We just haven't Darmirra Brunson as a possibegan comforting and inspir- in our culture is that if some- princess in the film, to recite is a family and marriage thera- done them," he told TV Guide ble candidate. "Why do I think ing him to begin writing mu- thing is difficult, we don't talk spoken word on his song "Lit- pist.) of how the show hasn't made she should be on the show?
sic again. Then there were the about it." tle Voices" on the new album, In Winnipeg, Ana sang in her up for this lack of representa- Because she's Black first of
many musician friends, like To appreciate Greene's sheer which also features Kurt El- school choir, and when Greene tion. "That's what I'm saying, all, and she's really talented. Harry Connick Jr., who helped technical virtuosity, one can ling, a Grammy Award winner, wrote choral parts for several Maybe [Jay Pharaohl will do She's amazing . And I beconsole him. One result is a turn to the 70 recordings he performing on "Ana's Way," songs on the new album, he it or something, but even he lieve they need to follow up new album called, appropri- has made during a career and Javier Colon on "When I chose the same children's choir doesn't really want to do it." with it like they said they were ately, "Beautiful Life," a work playing with the likes of Jackie Come Home." thcre to sing in Ana's memory. Maya Rudolph, who is half going to do last year."






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Plan Forward






Educational effort to teach students

about urban agriculture

By Ashley Monsgonuy intern under the Education Effect with MNSH."
amontgomery@miamtmesonline.com program. Special guests attending the tour
Ths event is very important included: State Senator Dwight
A unique university-community to me; I was in the program that Bu ;ard, M-DCP School Board
school partnership has recent- started all of this,* she said. "I Member Dr. Dorothy Bendrossly invaded the campus of Miami 'received a $26,000 scholarship Mindingall; M-DCPS SuperintenNorthwestern Senior High School to attend FIU in 2012 through dent Alberto Carvalho; and FIU [MNSH]. The Plant It Forward food the Education Effect partnership Please turn to LAB SC
production educational program,
powered by One America and led j
by Points of Light, was a fun-filled event while discussing some of the
more pressing community issues.
The event kicked off with 'students leading tours of the 1,600 gallon aquaponics tanks located in the rear of the school. The two tanks contained over 50 tilapia fish each with pepper plants being filtered above. Angie 'Fleurissaint, now a Florida International University [FIUg sophomore majo in in agroecology and a Northwestern alum, was elated to see how far the program has come. FleUrissaint joined the program as an



Board of education extends


school grading safetyt net?'colcoe

By The News Service of Florida accountability system made the rule changes *too cute by after failing
it hard to tell what was caus- half.* She also pointed out that
The State Board of Educa- ing unusual drops in school by the time the plan expired, tion voted Tuesday to extend a grades. a proposal that was originally
policy preventing schools from Board members approved intended to be temporary will _By Karen Y
dropping by more than a letter the change as an amendment have lasted for four years. grade on their state-issued to a package of rule revisions "A four-year safety net be- Another charter school in
report cards through the that state Department of Edu- comes a bureaucracy, in my Broward has closed, this time
2014-15 school year, despite cation officials described as opinion," Shanahan said. for failing to pay its rent.
the complaints of some board technical. But the move drew By extending the policy until The charter school closed its
members. concern even from some of the the grades issued after the doors to 60 students early last
The board voted 4-2 to members who ended up voting 2014-15 school year, the policy week but failed to notify discontinue the policy, which was for the plan, and particularly would buffer schools through strict officials beforehand.
first used in the report cards from those who opposed it. the transition to a new testing Jody Perry, director of
issued following the 2011-12 Kathleen Shanahan, who regime under the "Common charter schools management
school year and continued this is set to leave the board at Core State Standards." The Coquina Elementary School teachers' coach Jennifer in Broward, said the school's
year as superintendents said the end of the year, called the new tests are expected to kick Clarke works with student Cierra Jett on her science fair landlord called the district last a slew of changes to Florida's move to amend the plan onto in during the 2014-15 year. question. week and told them the charter company had turned in its
-----keys.
It wasn't until Thursday that
'I the school's founder, Winston
Study: Program in D.C. removed bad teachers Thompson, sent a letter to
the district saying the school
System tied to improved skills of Impact had an impact within Those include not just stu- direct terminations of more closed "so that the best options
two years: teachers with one dent test scores, but obser- than 500 teachers since 2010. may be made available to the those who stayed "minimally effective" rating vations of their teaching, he At the time of the 2010 students."
were much more likely than said. dismissals, Rhee said in a Thompson did not respond
A controversial teacher- researchers at Stanford Uni- others to quit, but those who Specifically, he said, many statement that every child in to an email or messages left on evaluation system put in place versity and the University of were rated "highly effective" teachers just under the "ef- D.C. "has a right to a highly his cellphone Tuesday. by former District of Columbia Virginia, are unlikely to quell stuck around and earned fective" threshold improved effective teacher in every District officials said some Schools Chancellor Michelle criticism of the 80-called higher scores. more than those just over it, classroom, of every school, of of the school's teachers were
Rhee has done what it was Impact system, which allows "Essentially what we found suggesting that the threat of every neighborhood, of every not getting paid but did not supposed to do, according to D.C. to fire teachers rated "in- was they either left or got bet- being fired had the intended ward, in this City." have information on how much new findings: It makes low- effective" after just two years. ter," said Stanford's Thomas effect. Higher up the ladder, George Parker, then presi- money may be owed. performing teachers leave the High performers, meanwhile, Dee, one of the researchers. "highly effective" teachers dent of the Washington To date, the school district
school system and improves qualify for an annual bonus "Those who remained per- who saw a bonus looming Teachers' Union, told The has paid College Bound Acadthe skills of those who stick of up to $25,000 or more for formed substantially better, also improved substantially. Washington Post that Impact emy $109,000. Charters are around, their entire careers. and did so over the multiple Introduced in 2009, Impact was "punishment-heavy and privately managed but publicly
The findings, out today from The researchers found that measures within Impact." has been responsible for the support-light" for teachers. funded per student enrollment.


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Acdm ekun ad ae said Kimberly Kyle-Jones, a facilities lacked Internet ac- debt stays with the charter Reilly. "Every day they had
ByI 'se Y hurt, we're disappointed, we former teacher and middle cess, required to administer school," said Pat Reilly, chief less and less kids."
don't know where to turn and school dean at Ivy Academy. the tests. And teachers said auditor for Broward schools. Since last year Broward has Almost a dozen employees we don't know what to do," Her suit claims she's owed students were forced on field He Said school officials are struggled with a high number
of a o-sutered charter' said fome school secretary $4,000. trips for lack of space and also investigating the charter of charter school closings,
scoo in ort Ldedle are Sharon Cooper, wh0 sas she The Broward School Board often inappropriately bused. school for money it owes the including another associated
sigteschool's fone for is owed a whole month of pay, closed Ivy Academy earlier Many of the school's ema- district with Mitchell.
uai :wages. or $2,.100. "I'm trying desper- this month for bouncing its ployees quit days before the Charter schools receive Mitchell managed Next
... e sepaate lawsuits, filed ately to find asjob." students between several school was forced to close, money for every student en- Generation charter school in roadCounty Court Others allege they weren't sites, including the Signs- "Their accountability is just rolled. But while Ivy Academy in Lauderdale Lakes that
thi m ionth, allege Trayvon -given any supplies or reim- ture Grand in Davie and two not the same," said Kyle- projected 400 students for abruptly shut its doors to 160
Mcel foude of Ivy Acad- bursed for purchasing class- churches in Port Lauderdale, Jones. "They don't follow the its first day, a 14-day enroll- students in April."
enymideand high school, 'room materials. ,Ivy Academy, touted as same rules as public schools ment count showed only 40 "It's sad they can open
owes som of his fome em-. The 11 civil suits, filed by a technology and science- and they don't have the same students were attending the another one and do the same
ployes more than $40,000 former school deans, teach- themned school, was originally requirements" school. thing to other people," said
total.' era and other administrators, slated to open In Lauderdale Though charters are public' Broward has paid Ivy Acad- Venorrice Wells, a former
Mitchell di not respond claim weeks of unpaid salea- Lakes but didn't meet the schools and funded by tax- emy almost $500,000 since teacher who claims he's owed
to a mesag left on his cell new and individual compen- city's zoning requirements. It payer money, they're privately July, but Reilly said those $5,000. "It's not only unfair
phone on Mony action that range from $1,000 relocated to the reception hall managed. That means there's parents were based on iii- to the teachers, it was unfair
"We're aggravated, we're to more than $8,000. in Davie but never managed nothing school districts can correct enrollment numbers. to the students as well."





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Rihanna kicked out of Abu Dhabi Mosque
the floor a little. She completed the violators are directed in be pretty disastrous.
Pop singer doesn't her look with a giant gold neck- a polite manner that reflects The city's biggest newspaper,
lace and bright red lips that the civilizational and tolerant The Star, ran an article on its
seem care were positioned in a bedroom attributes of Islam." front page called Ri-Ri RipBy Elizabeth Durand Btr& pout. According to the authorities, Off slamming the singer for
Staff reportedly spotted her Rihanna showed up "for a pri- her "obvious" lip-synching and
woinand requested that she leave vate visit to the mosque, at a calling the show "below par."
Rihanna who isn't known the compound because her ac- gate that is not reserved for One fan explained, "I think
ltions were considered to not be A visitors, without prior coordi- she was actually lip-synching
of others (including her own in line with the "sanctity' of the A A. nation with the Centre's man- because, at some points, the
fans) pushed the boundaries site. And while RiRi wasted no Rianaagement and without identify- words of the song were hapagain. This time, however, au- time tossing up the pics on In- Rihanna poses In a ing herself." It does concede, pening but she wasn't singing
thorities pushed back. stagram, the mosque publicly black Jumpsuit with a however, that the 25-year-old along. I don't know if she was
The pop princess was asked addressed the situation as well, star did leave "without entering doing it for the whole show" Acto leave Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Za- releasing a statement to ex- the mosque, after being asked cording to another, she wasn't,
yed Grand Mosque complex on plain its position not that it head at the Abu Dhabi' to do so." So ... that's good at "You knew she was singing
Friday when she attempted to needed much explanation. least. because she wasn't always on
pose for an unauthorized photo "In the event of behavior that Sheikh Zayed Grand Still, the tide may be turn- key," Nicole Contini quipped.
shoot at the place of worship.n
otviolates the moral codes of ac- Mosqu ing against the self-described And this is hardly the first
Pigcess to the mosque, or other bad girl, as even fans seem to time the singer has taken heat
a tl cv d h visit regulations such as be getting fed up with her diva for a lackluster show. For the
head, the star sya manage t taking inappropriate pictures, behavior. Just two days after last year, she has been nearinto the camera, caressed her posing in ways that are im- the mosque incident, Rihan- ly chronically late to her own
in d ve omed aroud on proper in the context of sacred na's performance in Johannes- concerts and has yet to apolohips, and even rolled around on place, talking loudly, or eating burg, South Africa, proved to gize once.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West engagred

By B11111reanne L. Heldman Kris Jenner told El News. I
am so happy for both of MYFO ERDtPINRVG YAOTR
Kanye West honored Kim kids, Kim and Kanye." FORMER D N hie Ft MOTHER
Kardashian's 33rd birthda r Khlot Kardlashian shared INDICTED IN MORTGAGE SCAM
Monday with a big sparkler her enthusiasm with a pair of Former NFL player Irving Fryar and his mother were indicted by a New Jersey
and an even bigger question short exclamation pointfilled grand jury last Wednesday on charges they conspired to steal more than $690,000
and shen bsaid yest n tweetSlmWowlli poAmifdlled through a mortgage scam. In announcing the indictment, prosecutors said Fryar and

Yep, North West's parents ting??!?!" she wrote, followed his mother, Allene McGhee, engaged in a "sophisticated mortgage fraud scam" by
are engaged, El News con- three minutes later by, "Tears allegedly having McGhee submit false information to obtain five loans on her home
firms. of JOYIIIIII Wowlllll" within a six-day period.
The rapper, 36, rented out Kim's hairstylist Clyde
AT&T Park baseball stadium Haygood was on the scene as DVI CHARGE GAINST ALoNzo MOURNING'S WIFE DROPPED
in San Francisco (home of the well, posting the photo above ii-Dade prosecutors recently dropped drunken-driving chargeagainstTracy
Giants), where he asked his of her with the ring on Insta- Witson-Mourning, the wife of former Miami Heat star Alonzo Mourning. Police arbaby mama to marry him as gram alongside the caption, wsted Wilson-Mourning on a DUI charge in February after shevas pulled over for
their close friends and fain- "Guess what just happenedllil speeding near Old Cutler Road. Wilson-Mourning refused to take a breath test but
ily stood by to witness the A t #kimye." failed a roadside sobriety WA according to police.
momentous occasion. He Pal Jonathan Cheban was
reportedly asked his future also in attendance, posting MM CUBAN FOUND NOT GUILTY OF INSIDER TRADING
otelaa pic of himself at third base MarkCu was found not guilty of indertrading last Wednsday in U.S. district
mother-in-law for Kints hand a / Pic of an hwiimsel athrd las ye, .
before presenting his love with and writing, "Grand Slam ty court in Dablas in his case brought forward by the Securities and Exchange Commis
a 15-carat Lorraine Schwartz of nightly Wow.. I'm speech- siowhich sued Cuban in2008. The SEC said Cuban avoided $750,000 in losses by
ring- lessll" sling his stock in a search engine company called Marna.com based on confidenUnforgettable moments A This will be the third mar- ti information about a stock deal that had not been publicly announced.
massive venues seem to be a Kim Kardashlan shows off her engagement ring! riage for Kardashian, who fathing for Kanye he famously always should have been," Kanye told Jenner on her mously tied the knot with bas- Adrian Peterson allegedly has
announced that he and Kim Kim said in the February talk show, "Kris," that his feel- ketball player Kris Humphries
were expecting a child togeth- 2013 issue of Cosmopolitan. ings for Kim were "definitely" in 2011, only to call it quits another child out of wedlock
er in front of a giant crowd in *[Marriagel is something I love at first sight when they 72 days later. She was marAtlantic City last December. know that we both want in met many years before getting ried to music producer Damon By Miami limes staff report But it doesn't stop there. After our future, but I don't have together. "I was in love with Thomas from 2000-2004. months of rumors of a hook- this sense of urgency about her before I even got to talk to The wedding will be a first Adrian Peterson's life has just gotten more and up, Kimye waited until the it. I have this best friend who he he said. for West, who was engaged to more complicated since the death of his 2-year-old
Cannes Film Festival in May understands me and helps me Neless to say, the rest of longtime girlfriend Alexis Phi- son.According to TMZ, Peterson is the father of a 2012 to confirm their relation- through all my tough experi- the 'Keeping Up With Kar- fer for 18 months before they 3-month-old girl born to a woman who works as a ship with a major PDA sesh ences, and vice versa, you dashlans" gang is ecstatic called things off in 2008. waitress in Indianapolis. This is yet another child, while surrounded by cameras. know? It just fees like this is about the latest development. The pair welcomed baby in addition to the one who recently died. Tyrese Rob'This is where I probably it for me." "A match made in heaven" North on June 15, 2013. ert Ruffin, Peterson's other child, died at the hands
..of his mother's boyfriend, Joseph Robert Patterson.
Peterson didn't know that the child was his until PEMRSON
Sherman Ubrary. Contact sfda@ Class of 1967 meets every this year, and hadn't visited the boy until the day nova.edu. third Sat., 7 p.m., at the Afticn before he died. "There are also reports of an exotic dancer who has
Heritage Cultural Ar gone aiming that she also had a child with Peterson.
n Alabama State Unhereft 6161 NW 22nd Ave. Call 305- gone to Twitter" NewiYoai es, Peterson.
Miami Alumni Chapter will 333-7128. According to the New York Daily News, Peterson has four known
sponsor a bus trIp to the children, two daughters and two sons. The girls are 6 years old
Thanksgiving Day dasslc In n Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, and 3 months old, and the boys are both two years of age, includ1 Right Away Car Care and Arcola Lakes Ubrary, 8240 NW Montgomery, Alabama on Nov. Inc. would love to have your 6 ing the child who was just killed. Mobile will be giving FREE car 7th Ave. Call 786-399-4726. 26-29. Call 305 439-4319. grade boy or girl to be a part washes with your donation of of their annual Gems & Gents hMiiil-li CHAiEI IF COMEACE i
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Dec. 7 at 2601 NW 95 Street. Eta Phi Sot. Sorority Inc. will hosting a trip for fantasy test In call 305-303-9425. TIE T1M II II If Mill
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can be dropped off at any time Call 305 653-5326. I Omega PsI Phi Fraternity Soiree, Sunday, October 27,
leading up to the Toy Pick-Up. members from Miami-Dade 5-9 p.m. at Angela Meadows
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cafeteria of BTW at 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Betty T. Ferguson a Range Park Is offering free Recreational Complex, 3000 NW self defense karate classes, 1 Helping Every Uving a MIami Edison Class 199th Street from 9:00 a.m. to Mon. and Wed., at 6 p.m., Person Inc., H.E.L.P is In need (INTRO TO (CODINS) "ORKSHOPU)
of 1974 will have a reunion 2:00 pm. Call Pat Wright 786- at 525 NW 62nd St. Contact of volunteers to work at the
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Cal S. Mobley, Jr., Invites at G~ive, 337 NW 170 Street. Overtown every first Saturday, or college) that Is at least 16 USPORTHISMUSTA'TENO FRCOWO
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"Black Blazer Book Release" com 305-326-3907. BUITORNGYOUR LA tOORTHIS
located in Miramar. The event is U The Miami AlumniWOIN.
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p.m. to 8.30 p.m and admissIon Diversity AlIlance presents the University meets every Miami Alumni Chapter meets
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Food ...... ..prep and entrepreneurship apart of program oWED/OCT.3


LAB tent to be part of a panel dis- jugular vein in 2012 and how "Hopefully, people see thatFRENTYW SV
continued from 4C cussion focusing on how to find thankful he is for the aquapon- this is beneficial for the whole FE NR IRV
sustainable solutions to end ics program. entire world," he added.,IWwP/OlJlr Ol
President Mel Martinez. hunger. MNSH Principal Wal- "I didn't know what I was go- The Education Effect has 1P:KI7!4t
"Once the trees and plants lace Anistide was the master of ing to do with the rest of my life helped MNSH go from a D to a B begin to bear fruit, we plan to ceremonies of the program. because I saw it flash before school, according to the Florida donate them to the community, The star-studded panel con- me," Allen said. Department of Education, and MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE NORTH CAMPUS
neighboring schools and hope- suited of: Jose Andrea, celebrity "FlU came to me and told me increase its graduation rate by 113*0 NW 27TH AVE. MIAMI, 331t67 fully be able to sustain our chef and philanthropist; Ingrid about this program and it real- 10 percent. SUIL.OINO 3, CONFERENCE CENTER ROOM 3DMi
own," said Evens Milcette, a se- Hoffman, chef and host; Adri- ly peaked my interest. Now it's At the event's conclusion, nior at MNSH. anne Calvo, restauranteur; and something I can do for the rest volunteers from Hands On MiSECOND CHANCES GRANT- don Allen. Allen spoke of the hands-on Chase packaged and distribut-Te
ED THROUGH PROGRAM Allen, a senior at MNSH, experience that he has gained ed 1,000 mobile garden bags to YPN~.
As the tour came to an end, shared his poignant story of from the largest aquaponics students and residents of Libguests settled under a spacious how he was shot in his right program in M-DC. erty City.






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Business

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uniquely raises funds

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BgBhrs Bi stre-PhOo Richard Perry
BgBrothers Big Sisters Workers in a garment shop in Haiti. Production quotas and overtime figure in a report that says
such employees are underpaid.
Specialty license plates era must be purchased on or before June
1, 2015 in order for production of plates
sold to fund mentoring tobegin. requiemen -tor*e-slw oritia
'It's a state requirement it* pre-sell
programs vouchers) in order to show them that
there is an interest," said Genna LunThe Miami limes staff report Sford, BBBSAF marketing and commuLast Friday, Big Brothers Big Sisters Vouchers of the new plates are availAssociation of Florida [BBBSAF an- able for purchase at local County tax nounced that Florida has approved a collectors' offices. Lunsford says that the : y Randal C. Archibald report to be issued Wednesday by The group said that the facspeciality BBBSAF license plate for sale. organization is working closely with tax and Sten Greenhouse a labor rights group. tories deprive workers of higher
Having the plates go on sale is their fun collectors' offices, specifically in Martin The report, prepared by the wages they are entitled to under
and unique way of not only raising funds County to make this process easier. MEXICO CITY Garment Worker Rights Consortium, fo- law by setting difficult-to-meet
but creating state-wide awareness. Or- "We understand that a lot of the public factories in Haiti, the backbone cused on 5 of Haiti's 24 garment production quotas and neglecting ganized in 1995, BBBSAF is a non-profit finds it complicated to go into the office of an effort to revive the country's factories and found that "the ma- to pay overtime. statewide capacity-building that provides and get a voucher so we want to stress earthquake-shattered economy, jority of Haitian garment workers It said that offenders included initiatives to sustain and advance the 13 that you can order it on the phone or have seriously shortchanged are being denied nearly a third of the Caracol Industrial Park in
Big Brothers Big Sisters member agen- online," Lunsford said. workers of their wages to keep the wages they are legally due as northern Haiti, which the United
cies. Jody Clifford, CEO of BBBSAF said costs of their T-shirts and other a result of the factories' theft of States helped build and has cited
However, there is a catch: 1,000 vouch- Please turn to 33W SD export goods low, according to a their income." Please turn to PAY 9D


JONES FACED WITH GM executive aims to

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amontgomery@miamidmsonline.com Try to figure out what a probe into stickyy power vinstiflipig ofthe heet brokc, ettuy the part and every dowe.
upmove on the assembly line, then Today, however, lf is frmore
ordowing chprmostrchildren wouldsettleetlt byrexei ii change the part or the waypeo- complicated fbr executives such
for do chres aroundte House % pie or machines work to fix it as Alicia Boler-Davis, who VMS
order to earn an allowance. However,a dmh
by the time he
was eight, Keith
"Amahi7 Jones
ha foun mo Cities borrow to strengthen pension funds
put dollars in
hs piggy ban. Move is not without significant risk
The young entrepreneur had By Duane W. Gang agreed to issue $10 million in bonds to
written and had invest in the city's pension fund.
full creative con- Despite what finance experts say is a Elsewhere:
thel Advetrsbo, significant risk, cities across the nation The Connecticut towns of Hamden
Th Avetuescontinue to borrow money to bolster and Stratford agreed this year to borrow
of Cowboy Lucky: The Masked Stranger. their employee retirement accounts, up to $125 million and $220 million,
And to expand his brand, Jones recently Nashville was the latest to consider respectively, to shore up pension plans.
headlined his first storytelling event, such a move, but Mayor Karl Dean's ad- Portsmouth, Va., this year borrowed
Please turn to JONES 7Dv/ ministration withdrew the proposal last nearly $170 million to help fund pension week after intense criticism.
The city had considered borrowing plans.
H IALEAH RAKES IN $200 million to help reduce nearly $400 Fort Lauderdale issued $337 million
million of unfunded liability in its pen- in bonds last year to cover $400 million T EP K R C ISsion plan. of unfunded liability in two separated
Earlier this year, Franklin, Tenn., Please turn to FUNDS SD .s
New card room has huge
opening month 4J
By Nick Sortal
The Hialeah Park poker room was Blacks can't succeed without our own business
flush with customers in its first full
month, with pretty much a full house. By William Reed in an effort to achieve With this move, the ers to invest in minority banks."
Th e oe omotandNNPA Columnist geographic balance in an CBCF shows itself The CBCF action illustrates a
the nes o ker B ro om aned iD ambitious initiative that ,: as a stakeholder in way Blacks can increase their
competitors, with $692,417 in Sep- The greatest challenge facing could prove crucial in lift- i i[America's Black banks. collective wealth: "buy and bank
tebrrvne htswl ha fBlack leaders is increasing our ing the economic fortunes "Minority banks play an Black." National Bankers Assotembrevenu.cTat's weChadin of(4107 collective wealth. Toward this end, of Black communities. In iimportant role toward ciation FPresident Michael Grant
nay M ai ityai ($91,97) the Congressional Black Caucus all, five banks will receive the economic empow- says that: "It is time for us to start
and Cwas Miamiy Jaldeasin5,93 Foundation, Inc. [CBCF] has made $1 million each: the Indus- erment of minority investing in ourselves." Since the
and Race Course in Miami Gardens a model $5 million investment in trial Bank in Washington, communities," said A. establishment of the first bank
($221,375) and Gulftream Park Rac- Black-owned banking institutions. D.C.;, Liberty Bank & Trust Shuanise Washington, organized and operated by Blacks
ing and Casino ($392,346) and Mardi The move is part of a broader effort Company in New Orleans, CBCF president and in 1888 these have always been
Gras Casino ($364,082) in Halandale that will increase the availability La.; Mechanics & Farmers REDchief executive officer, sources of financing for entrepreBeach, of loans for businesses and indi- Bank in Durham, N.C.', Seaway "We hope this investment will spur neurs and home buyers. To this
"Weretrin t povie oo srvceviduals in Black communities. The Bank & Trust Company in Chi- much-needed economic develop- day, Black banks represent Black
"W ear e tyn trvd ood sevie CBCF selected banks in the North, cago, Ill.; and, City National Bank ment, provide critical support to community financial mainstays.
Pestunt OESDSouth, East and Midwest regions of New Jersey in Newark, N.J. small businesses and inaspire oth- Please turn to BANKS 9D







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It Takes a Village.~MAIPSPR

AGENCY GETS
10-YEAR-OLD ASIA NEWSON EN~TREPREN EU R


IS SETTING THlE WORLD ON FIREFIS BLC

By Dr. Tyre Seldan company and I'm the boss Asia's parents are proud of ASSISTANT DIR.
of the company so you her accomplishments and
Detroit has received so have to listen to me, and if drive. "She inspires me. Promotion ga tdto
much negative e news lately you don't then I don't know She's kind, she's outspo-de rvn ga td
that it is heartwarming what to tell you," she said ken and she's intelligent," dsrigwoman
to learn about a kid from emphatically. her mother said.
Detroit who is doing some- At one point, News- A local Detroit com- The Miami Times staff report
thing extraordinary. Asia
Newsn, a th ageof 0, i 4flmwa~aI irlHistor-y is being made yet again in the city leaving her imprint on the M ciaAsaof Miami, Donna Ward, an iconic commuhearts and minds of in- Newson makes name for herself as nity leader has been promoted as the newest
dutylaesin the Mo- Assistant Director of the U.S. Department of
tor ity Deroits y ung st e tre ren ur.State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Miami's "I want to let everyone .Passport Agency.
know that I am Detroit's on met Dan Gilbert, the pany, Bamboo Detroit, "This new and senior role only underscores
youngest entrepreneur, multi-billionaire who whose theme is: "Work for her commitment to the citizens of our comand I like to do what I like founded Quicken Loans yourself. Not by yourself," munity," said Ryan Dooley, director of the
to do," Asia recently told and now owns prime real started assisting Asia and U.S. Department of State's Miami Passport
a Detroit news station. estate throughout Detroit. 'the Newson family threeAgny Newson is a young busi- Recognizing him from his months ago. Both of the "Ward was duly earned by Donna as she
nesswoman who is deter- commercials, she was not co-founders of Bamboo is the epitome of an accomplished leader,
mined to live life on her awe-struck; instead, she Detroit see great things in manager, public serown terms. She sells can- was compelled to learn her future. "I think that vant and fellow active
dles with her father and more about running a suc- she will become one of the resident in our comwants other young people cessful business. She even most successful young munity," Dooley said.
to understand the value of asked if they could have a persons that the U.S. has ~, Going into her new
hard work. 'I teach young follow-up meeting. in all honesty,* said Brian position, she will
people, like myself, how to At the tender age of 10, Davis one of the co-found- manage the daily
make their own money,* she is already forecasting era. U.S. passports to
Newson said about her her plans for the future, "She already has it right. U.S. citizens living in
business, Super-Business *1 would like to have a She already knows about Florida, Puerto Rico DONNA WARD
Girl. The no-nonsense store front in his [Gilbert's] customers, she knows how and the U.S. Virgin Islands. With more than
entrepreneur is serious building and the Compu- to structure a business. 25 years of Department of State experience
about her craft. 'Some of ware Building. That's my It's incredible," said the under her belt, Ward oversees several difmy trainees are older than main goal." other co-founder Mike Fer- ferent programs with the Miami Passport
me, but I'm 10, this is my Understandably, both of lito. Agency including the adjudication, customer
___________________service/public relations and fraud prevention
Programs.
YTC1 War is the recipient of numerous awards
Political gridlock has cost U.S. billionsfrmteUSDpamntoSaepromance awards highlighting her dedication to
By Annie Lowrey, States government and to the country's debt. ing just 1.4 percent,* Congress resolved the backlogged orders. public service and leadership skills. In 2010,
Nathaniel Poppe and the threat of a default But economists said said Beth Ann Bovino, impasse late Wednes- Still, many business- Ward traveled to Port-au-Prince to help with Nelson D. Schwartz coming to an end, the that the intransigence chief United States day. In the weeks af- es might not recover all more than 17,000 U.S. citizens. She received
________-cost of Congress's grid- of House Republicans economist at Standard ter the government the money they would awards for her service in Haiti.
WASHINGTON lock has already run would take a bite out of & Poor's, referring to reopens, there should have made had the Ward graduated from Florida International
Containers of goods well into the billions, fourth-quarter growth, earlier brinkmanship be a modest rebound government operated University with a Bachelor's in Public Adidling at ports. Re- economists estimate. which will affect em- over the debt ceiling, as employees spend normally, said Shai ministration. duced sales at sand- And the total will con- ployment, business "Given that this round their paychecks for the Akabas of the Biparti- She is a member of the South Florida Fedwich shops in down- tinue to grow even af- earnings and borrow- of debt ceiling negotia- days they were on fur- san Policy Center, a re- eral Executive Board, Urban League of Protown Washington. ter the shutdown ends, ing costs. The ripple tions* took place dur- lough and the govern- search group based in fessional Women and listed in "Who's Who
Canceled vacations to partly because of un- from Washington will ing a shutdown, she ment rushes to process Washington. among professional Black women.
national parks and to certainty about wheth- be felt around the said, *the impact on destinations abroad. er lawmakers might globe, the economy could be
Reduced corporate reach another dead. 'We saw huge ef- even more severe.*
earnings forecasts, lock early next year. fects during the sum- Economists say the Higher interest pay- A complete account- mer of 2011, with shutdown and near ments on short-term ing will take months consumer confidence breach of the debt debt. once the government hitting a 31-year low ceiling would be un- A MN RE
Even with the shut- reopens and the Trea- in August and third- likely to derail the
down of the United sury resumes adding quarter G.D.P. grow- recovery, now that


Ten-year-old starts own business

JONES decision: either keep him or let account. As a fifth grade stucontinued from 6D them take him away. I always dent at Charles D. Wyche, Jr.
wanted a dog so I kept him.' Elementary, his principal (Dr.
Reading Under the Stars/Pa- With that decision weighing Barbara Johnson) has given jama Night," at Liberty City El- on his conscience, Jones gives her full support to his endeavementary School. a portion of the proceeds from ors.
'I was a little ner-ous about his book to local animal rescue *We think it is an outstand-im th vn eauei a programs. ing thing that he has done andto aid
first time.....m a bit shy," His mother, Renea 'Rai Re- the abilities he exhibits despite Jones said. nea* Moss says she'proud of his youth," Johnson said, *We
Lucky, a German Shepherd her son. have shared his achievementsCL1plyFoia
mix who is the inspiration be- "He has always saved his among our faculty and staff. hind the book, found Jones money and understood the val- But now I want him to become not the other way around as ue of a dollar," she said. "When more vocal and share what he's one might imagine, he was just fie, he lost his Nmn- doing with his peers.
"One day, my dog Lucky tendo 3D and I told him had Jones is slated to release a
showed up at our porch and to find a way to pay for half of new book in the series, TheLA he- wouldn't leave from uinder the replacement cost. His solu- Night Before Dogmas, during






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GM quality chief seeks better owner experience

GM them what feels best, "We're taking the sub- voice or touch-screen, hopes to handle such facturing engineer for
continued from 6D she says. "Custom- jectiveness out of ride Boler-Davis says try- issues: GM has created midsize cars.
ers don't always know quality," Boler-Davis ing to deal with them a pool of 50 "in-vehicle Though she held a
named three months what they want." says. is her "biggest chal- technology experts" variety of positions
ago to the post of se- New technology In-car connectiv- lenge." who can troubleshoot over the years, she
nior vice president, is helping set those ity. Across the auto But GM placed near customer problems in caught the attention
global quality and benchmarks. For ex- industry, customers this top this year of 85 percent of the U.S. of CEO Dan Akerson
customer experience ample, evaluating ride have complained loud- J.D. Power and Asso- Boler-Davis is an when she took on the
for General Motors. quality traditionally ly and downgraded ciates' Initial Quality engineer a chemical jobs of not only as
That's because cus- was pretty much up makers in quality sur- Study, while rival Ford engineering graduate manager of the Orion
tomers' definitions of to the judgment of a veys over the lack of Motor, which touts its from Northwestern Assembly and Pontiac
what constitutes qual- & chief vehicle engineer ease and intuitiveness MyFord Touch con- University who went Stamping plants in
ity have expanded. Now, there is sophis- in the operation of the nectivity system, took on to a master's in en- Michigan, but as exec"People don't de- ticated testing equip- sophisticated naviga- it on the chin for com- gineering from Rens- utive in charge of the
fine quality as things ment that can deci- tion and entertain- plaints about the info- selaer Polytechnic In- new Chevrolet Sonic
breaking anymore, pher the stiffness or ment apps going into tainment system. stitute. She joined GM subcompact, which is
she explains over squishiness of a ride. cars, controlled by One way that she in 1994 as a manu- made at Orion.
breakfast at a hotel
here. Photo credit: Joe Wilssens
That more nuanced Alicia Boler-Davis take a public role in her
definition of quality job as senior vice president, Global Quality MIAM
mightpanelude knobs uthat and Global Customer Experience.
work just fine, but years ago. they are in Detroit.
people don't like the Her duties now run To make the task LEGAL NOTICE
way they feel in their from the stamping of somewhat manage- Pursuant to F.S. 98.075(7), notice Is hereby given to the voters listed below. Please be advised that your eligibility to vote is In question based on Information provided
fingers. the sheet metal to cus- able, she has set two by the State of Florida. You are required to contact the Supervisor of Elections In Miami-Dade County, Florida, no later than thirty days after the date of this Notice in
These issues now tomer experiences at overriding priorities: order to receive information regarding the basis for the potential Ineligibility and the procedure to resolve the matter. Failure to respond will result in a determination
land on the lap of Bo- their local GM dealer. Drive quality. She of Ineligibility by the Supervisor of Elections and your name will be removed from the statewide voter registration system. If you have any questions pertaining to this
ler-Davis, 44, a veter- She has worldwide au- wants customers to matter, please contact the Supervisor of Elections at 2700 NW 87th Avenue, Miami, Florida or call 305 499-8363.
an GM executive who thority, making sure feel better about how. AVISO LEGAL
rose to the job from the same quality pro- well a vehicle rides, Conforme a F.S. 98.075(7), por el presente se notifica a los electDres enumerados a continuaci6n que segJn Informacl6n provista por el Estado de Ia Florida, se cuestiona
running an assembly cedures are being car- sounds and handles. su elegibllidad pars votar. Usted debe comunicarse con el Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Miami-Dade, Florida, dentro de los treinta dias, a mis tardar, desde
plant less than two ried out in China as You can't just ask la fecha de este Aviso, con el fin de que se le Informs sobre a1fundamento de Ia posible falta de idoneidad y sobre el procedimiento pamra resolver el asunto. SI usted no
cumple con so obligacid6n de responder, se emitird una dedclaracl6n de felta de Idoneidad, per parts del Supervisor de Elecciones, y su nombre se eliminari del sistema N on-profde lnscrpcl6n de electores de todo el estado. SI tiene alguna duda acerca de este tema, per favor, comuniquese con el Supervisor de Elecciones, en 2700 NW 87th N on roft to sel va ity pla e sAvenue, MaiamI Florida, o por teldfono, at 305-499-8363.
AVI LEGAL
BBBS road and buy a plate ters prides themselves. Dapre Lwa Florid F.S.98.075(7), yap avize vot6 yo I] sou liS pl be sla-a. Nap avize w ke baze sou enfbmasyon nou resevwa nan men Eta Florid, nou doute s w elijib pou
continued from 6D to help generate much Since their founding, vote. Yap mande nou kontakte Sipbvizb Eleksyon Konte Miaml-Dade, Florid, pa pita ke trant jou apre resepsyon Avi sa-a pou nou kapab resevwa enf6masyon sou kisa
needed revenue to ex- more than 15,647 chil- yo baze kestyon ke w pa ellJlb la epl pou nou wb kouman pou nou razoud pwobim a. SI w pa reyajl epl w pa reponn a lt sa-a, sa gen dwa mennen SpMzb Elksyon
he and his colleagues pand mentoring oppor- dren have been served an deside Ike w pa ellilb epi yo va retire non w nan slstbm ensipsyon voth Eta-a. Si w genyen ankenn kestyon sou koze sa-a, tanpri kontake Sipviz Eleksyon yo nan
are excited to launch tunities for children in according to their web- 2700 NW 87th Avenue, Miami, Flord oswa rele 305-499-8363.
their specialty license Elorida. site. 'I(
plate program. He in- Making a differ- The cost of the
vites members of the ence in a child's life is voucher is $25 plus
community to take something on which county registration
their support on the Big Brothers Big Sis- service fees. Andino, JuiloA 6485 SW 120ThAve Greenidge, Shawn S 10530 SW 160Th ST
Aranda, Andres 14909 SW 80Th St #101 Greggs, TerranceT 1695 NW 116Th ST
Experts: Move not without risk Arauz am 5651 SW 13Guadha, Caiton L 5861 SW 63Rd Ct
Arhtubel, Kevin 802 SW 9Th ST Haloran, Betty L 9931 SW 162Nd St
FUNDS and point to cities market during the Baker, Jerry 10821 W Old Cutler Rd Henderson SR, Charles 10415 NW 35Th Ct
continued from 6D where the deals have Great Recession, and Baldwin.Earl G 1787 NW 59Th ST Hemrnandez Leon, Leonella 800 NW 13Th AVE APT 204
gone bad and helped combined with inretirement funds. contribute to major fi- creasing numbers of Bastarrechea. Elinor 0 2807NW 11Th St Hester, JacquavasT 1852 NW49Th St
Oakland, the city nancial difficulties retirees and in some Bayleres. CwmenG 11800 Ouall Roost Dr #249 Hil, TaneaL 170 NW42NdAVE1
believed to have issued including municipal cases, extra benefits Bentey, Javod A 2940 NW 98Th St Hman, AwtaviusT 250 SW 14Th Ave APT 65
the first pension obli- bankruptcy given during boom Beter, Byron 6750 NW 186Th St APT 507 Holiday, Jenay 6809 NW 5Th Ave
gation bond in 1985, Stockton, Calif., is years have seen
again used them last among the most high- their unfunded liabili- Blanco, Sergio G 1380 NW 24Th Ave APT 103 Holmarn, LeslieA 726 NE 1StAve
year to pump more profile examples. The ties grow. Bohnstedt. ChristtnaL 1455 N Treasure Dr APT 5B Huertas, Daniel 0 10511 SW108ThAVE#F-282
than $200 million into city borrowed money That's the difference Bowen SR. Dax L 20101 NW 62NdCt Iglesias, GerardoA 10015 NW 46Th St APT 205
the city's retirement to shore up its retire- between how much
account for police and ment account, only to money a pension fund Bowman. Brandr M 9500 SW 77Th St iglesias Mata B 307 NW 72Nd Ave APT 420
firefighters. see significant invest- has compared with its Brenes, Carmen 2764 NW 4th TER Irvng JR, Gerald F 11375 NW 10Th Ave
Critics say borrow- ment losses, ability to meet current Brazinsky, Norman 20441 NE 30ThAve #412 Ieagholian,LauraT 8567 SW 24Th St APT 335
ing money to invest in Pension funds took obligations and future B JR Dwaye C 7305 NW 17Th C Jackn, Desmod M 7540 SW 107Th AVE #5306
pension funds is risky a beating in the stock promises to employees. BrownJR, DwayneC 7305NW17ThCt JacWkDesmondM 7540 SW 107Th AVE #5306
Brown, Marcios D 3119 NE 4Th St Jacobs, Paul R 18145 SW 145Th Ave
aisach L 432 N 13Th St Jessee, Nicholas G 14875 SW 212Th St
Bus ess boom g at poker room Cain, Tayqu ll D 11011 NE 9th Ct Jones, Slaphanie M 1900 Sans Soucl Blvd APT# 108
s n. bers. Mairgaret L 2901 S Bayshore Dr APT 170 Joseph, Dieucardo 1045 NW 105Th St
POKER ida Legislature ap- were more in line with i 53W4h"Dmd 5410 NW 13Th Ave
continued from 6D proved them in 2010 projections, with the Crespo.saura 5635W 14ThAve Kato, DesmondM 5410NW13ThAve
and Hialeah survived casino pulling about Cuevas, Osvaldo 501 NW 42Nd Ave APT 214 Lanci, David M 2020 NW 1St Ave
and a good experience Florida Supreme Court $1 million each from De Leon, Ouirobert D 8290 Lake Dr APT 435 Leon, Lubins 1220 NW 32Nd St
for the customers," challenges by rivals, its two nearest com- De Leon, Robert 272 Fernwood RD Lewis, TraceyV 6091 NW 15ThAve2
said Hialeah General With less competi- petitors. Magic City
Manager Steve Cal- tion in north Broward, collected $5.8 million Del Moral, Svia H 1790 SW 23Rd Ter Little, Roshlta L 3541 NW 210Th TER
abro, who hired the the poker room at Isle via slots, Hialeah $4.7 Denson JR, Denzel 850 NW 4th Ave 35 Lanes, Carlos G 404 East Ridge Village Dr
former Miami Jai-Alai Casino and Racing million and Casino Mi- Diaz JR, Beatrz 1554 SW 114Th St Mac, George M 1601 NW 50Th ST
poker director, Nel- in Pompano Beach ami Jai-Alai $4.3 mil- DiazAn 14240 S Th Ter MartnTffney C 551 N 42Nd Ave 305
son Costa, to run the earned $868,565 in lion.Diaz, Ana 14240W9ThTer Martn, TffneyC 551 NW42NdAve305
room. September and the Calabro also had Diaz, Michael 8215 SW 152Nd Ave APT G418 McCray, Kerry M 10920 NW 14Th Ave APT B-23
Hialeah Park, which Palm Beach Kennel pledged that Hialeah Dlaz-Owen, lines 154 SW 17Th Ave APT 407 Meade, Tammy L 501 NW 73Rd St
opened, Aug. 14, is Club earned $854,155. would have the best
Dice, Termalne Y 340 NE 18Th Ave APT 208 Mendoza, Juan C 602 NW 11Th St
getting a late start be- The Seminole Tribe payback percentage of
cause it was not among of Florida isn't re- any casino. It tied with Eaton, Errol G 18721 NW 24Th Ave Menendez, Nicole 2600 SE 12Th PL #205
the three Miami-Dade quired to release rev- Magic City, with both Edwards, Corey L 966 Barrtz DR APT 2 Meneses, Bryan 4596 SW 139Th Ct APT B
pari-mutuels that vot- enue figures. returning 93.75 per- Etienne, Alex J 1867 NW 68Th TER Merino, Karna U 12200 SW 187Th Ter
ers approved in 2008 Hialeah's first full cent of each slot dollar
for slots. But the Flor- month of slot revenues played. Ferrera, Elvls G 4632 NW 15Th Ave Millan, Vlctor A 2440 SW 4Th St
Fields, Yamell S 437 NE 29Th St APT 205 Mitchell, Anthony J 2735 NW 168Th Ter
CITY OF MIAMI Flsh, Matthew 2767 SW 34Th Ave Monteagudo, Carlos V 4580 E 1St Ave
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Fisteac, Guerda 400 NW 144Th St Moore, Keith S 6541 SW 58Th Ave
Fleurestil, Fairrel 12025 NW 10Th Ave Moss, Gall 3466 NW 180Th St
Sealed bids will be received by the City of Miami City Clerk at her office located Florat, Beatrz 20441 SW 92Nd P Nelson, Lee D 760 NW 202Nd St
at City Hall, 3500 Pan American Drive, Miami, FL 33133 for the following:
Florence, Arthur J 2454 NW 86Th St Pagan, Nicholas 1229 W 78Th St
IFB NO. 372325 INDOOR FIREARMS RANGE DECONTAMINA- Flowers-Anderson, Lavise 500 NE 21St Ter Pardo, Isls 9221 Nautilus Dr
TION AND MAINTENANCE Formosa, Brittany A 8710 SW 191St St Pelaez, Maria C 300 NW 42Nd Ave #105

CLOSING DATE/TIME: 2:00 PM, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013 Franjul, Carlos A 447 SW 3rd Ave Pens, Hanoy 4870 NW 4Th Ter
Frlerson, Sthenus W 13850 NW 41St St Pender, Andrew 1603 NW 7Th Ave
(Deadline to Reauest additional informationclarification: 10129113 at Gaiter SR, Derek S 26901 SW 119Th Ct Perez, Mercedes A 1040W 36Th PI
10:OO .AM1 GarcIa, Christine M 3100 Collins Ave APT 1103 Petersen JR, Clayton W 9301 SW 178Th St

A M4NDATORY pre-proposal conference will be held at FrdaL tober Garcla-Martin, Olga 1629 NW 14Th ST #508 Phillips, Antonlo S 2431 SW 14Th St
25. 2013 at 10:00 AM: Miami Polce Colleae Indoor Firearms Ranae. 400 Gibbs, Patricia A 4815 NW 17Th Ave Pierre, Muller 20685 NE 10Th Path
NW2ndAvenue. Mlami. FL.. 33128. The purpose of this conference Is to Gissendanner, Gabriel R 19001 NW 23Rd Ct PlacIde, Dimltr T 8465 SW 156Th PLAPT 501
allow potential proposers an opportunity to present questions to staff
and obtain clarification of the requirements of the IFB documents. It Is Gilckman, Betty 3300 NE 192Nd St #1704 Portillo, Jullo C 929 NW 29Th AVE
mandatory that a representative (s) of the proposer attend in order to Gonzalez, Elio 1940 NW 16Th Ter F-106 Presk, Martha B 8825 N Bayshore Dr
qualify to propose. Gordon, Greey 4421 NW 168Th Ter Redondo JR, Rafael E 6901 NW 179Th St APT 102

Detailed specifications for this bid are available at the City of Miami, Procure- Green, Kelly 5216 NW 2Nd Ave Rhea, Erlk G 373NE 25Th PI
ment Department, website www.miamigov.com/procurement Telephone No.
305-416-1906. Penelope Townsley
Supervisor of Elections, Miami-Dads County
THIS BID SOLICITATION IS SUBJECT TO THE "CONE OF SILENCE" IN Supervisors do Elecclona, Condado do Mlami-Dade
ACCORDANCE WITH CITY OF MIAMI CODE SECTION 18-74 ORDINANCE Slpbviz6 Elkyn, Konte MIamI-Dade
NO.12271.

AD NO. 16449 Johnny MartInez 0Continued on next page / Continta en la prdxma paiglna / Kontinye nan 16t paJ Ia
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Kelley partners with Beacon Council "Open for Business"
OPA-LOCKA Vice Mayor information, on-screen visu- and expertise on the benefits and assistance of the Beacon
Joseph L. Kelley and the City als, handouts, a "question and of owning a business in an En- Council, in attendance were
of Opa-locka Mayor and Corn- answer" period, in addition terprise or Foreign Trade Zone, new and well-established
mission in partnership with to one-on-one networking, to describing incentives based on members of the Opa-locka
The Beacon Council hosted assist business owners with materials, equipment, employ- business community with varan "Open For Business" FREE material on -Business Set-up, ee count, and up to $50,000 ied interest in areas such as
Small Business Workshop. Funding Resources, Business in State tax credits. With the Spice Manufacturing, Health
As Miami-Dade County's Planning, Incentives, Govern- expansion of the Panama Ca- & Wellness, Environmental
official economic develop- ment Contracts, Rewards and nal, Gonzalez affirmed that as Services, Human Resource
ment partnership, The Beacon other available services, the Gateway to the Americas, Consulting and more. Also
Council is charged with bring- Cornell Crews, Partners the advantage from the Foreign present at the workshop were
ing new and job-generating for Self Employment Inc., Trade Zone will result in "Job Opa-locka Mayor Myra L.
investments to the community, and Omar Medina of Cinium -Photot courtesy/David Norris creation and benefits to under- Taylor, Commissioner Luis B.
while assisting existing busi- Financial Services Corpora- Shari Colas-Gervais, Beacon Council Vice President of utilized properties." Santiago, City Manager Kelvin
nesses and corporations in tion, discussed getting started, Economic Development and Urban Initiatives with Howard Finally, John Hall, Miami Baker, Sr., Assistant Manager their efforts to expand and technical assistance, coaching, Brown, Community Development, Assistant Manager David Dade College Executive Direc- David Chiverton and Howard relocate to Miami-Dade County loans, contractors' working Chiverton and Stephen Beatus at the "Open for Business" tor, representing Goldman Brown, Community Developby simplifying and expediting capital, bonding and the need Small Business Workshop in the City of Opa-locka. Sachs 10,000 Small Business- ment and Planning Director.
the process. to continuously learn and grow es program, focused on busi- Vice Mayor Kelley commented,
Through a selective team after obtaining a business, and financing. These FREE "We won't do the work, but nesses with "potential to reach "This successful workshop has
of experienced guest present- Account /Attorney Senen development and support we will be there every step of their potential" and the impor- inspired my persistence to conera, during the workshop Garcia, SCORE, a government programs provide volunteer the way to guide you" tance of growing a business by tinue bringing agencies and
Shari Colas-Gervais, Beacon funded organization, unveil no counselors to help participants Lori Weldon, Regulatory & "increasing the revenue, more resources such as the Beacon Council Vice President of Eco- cost "simple step programs" on understand through policies Economic Resources and Di- than the labor cost." Council to assist businesses nomic Development and Urban internet marketing, manage- and accomplish their visions, ana Gonzalez, Port Miami FTZ Expressing a desire to con- as well as the growth of "The Initiatives, provided valuable ment, operations, accounting Garcia stated. Coordinator, shared knowledge tinue exploring the service Great" City of Opa-locka.

Bugt iaitaxpayers $365M a year ,

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B. Doyle Mitchell, create jobs. It assists they do with all Amer- to America's urban o am m e s mAe sa em
Jr., president and CEO religious and com- ica's Black banks. areas. Wagme e .Al m e me
of Washington's In- munity organizations It's time Black The CBCF has made do h -I wi
dustrial Bank, points in their pursuits. It Americans realized "a clarion call* that 6e90 amo ye e em m w meau
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PAY Consortium said that contend provide des- Haitian gourdes for o F e .owa Ty7
continued from 6D in all five factories it perately needed steady the day, though he did o i Si S n W AR t t
investigated, workers jobs in a country with not say how many met Igga 01IA
as a centerpiece of re- needed more than the few of them and will, the higher rate. O(INW P C aa
construction efforts, normal 48-hour week they say, eventually
and factories that to produce enough to lift the economy.
make products for be paid that much, Henri-Claude Milprominent retailers and they were also ler-Poitevien, the Haiti page InU e pg antor as alpse an
like Gap, Target and not adequately com- prime minister's adWalmart. pensated for the extra viser on investment,
time they worked to said Haiti was working
GAP, TARGET, meet the quotas. Many on training workers to Rvro#m, Feando 750 NW 145Th Ter Susanm, Blannela 5480 W 24ThAve APT 215
WALMART workers were paid improve their producScott Nova, the con- 200 gourdes, or about tivity. The industry is Rivero, Juan P 35250 SW 177Th Ct LOT 70 Symonette, Ryan K 1300 NW 96Th St
sortium's executive $4.60, the minimum still trying to rebound Robert, AncelA 12956 SW214ThTer Thompkins, TracyD 0 17501 NW 54ThAve
director, said in an wage for nonpiece after embargoes in its Rod I, Joshua 1191 W 66Th St Thompson, John B 2230 NW 1 St St #C
interview: "What goes work. The time-and-a- politically unstable 1350 Kasim St
on here is not some half premium for over- years of the 1980s and RodrFguez, avler 4753 NW 1St St ilveVernon D350_Ka __m__t
occasional violations time, if paid at all, was '90s, and the Janu- Roddguet, Maia E 9940 SW 48Th St Tores, Marange Mary 1820 W 53Rd St #315
where most compa- often based on 200 ary 2010 quake, took RodrIguez, MiguelA 9940 SW48Th St Troutman, EddleC 2135 NW 53Rd StAPTB
nies are in compliance gourdes rather than a toll. Rosedo Alejandro 2840 NW 10Th Ave Varro, Susan L 8860 SW 160Th St
and a few are not. You 300. oonoN0_,,____86W_have across-the-board FINDING A Ross BettyJ 2140 NW 93Rd Ter Veber, Dusty L 25500 SW 194Th Ave
systematic, willful $4.60 MINIMUM SOLUTION Rozler, William D 1186 NW 61St St Virgin, KashleetD 10461 SW 141st DR
noncompliance with WAGE He disagreed that Ruby, Jonathan A 11813 SW 107Th Ter Walkes, Richard[ 18500 NE 1St Ct
straightforward labor Better Work is also factories should adjust 12451 SW 26Th St Weber, Eileen B 9374 SW 212Th Ter
law by a large margin expected to release their quotas, because, Rulz, Nancy M
in a way that's very de- its latest report on he said, that might Russell, Antjuan LM 1790 NW 90Th St Wells, Jabarl X 2990 NW 51st Ter
structive to workers." Wednesday. Richard send business to Cam- Sanchez, Regina 10000 NW 80Th CT APT 2131 West, Monte J 10634 SW 169Th Ter
The group's report fol- Lavallee, the group's bodia and other low- Sanchez, Yenky 9917 W Okeechobee Rd #4204 Whisby, Deandrea N 1319 NW 62Nd Ln
lows one in April by program manager, said wage countries Haiti
Better Work, an inde- Tuesday that there has competes with. "We Sanders, ErrIck L 19311 NW 39Th Ct White, Edward D 26212 SW 141St Pl
pendent labor compli- been an increase in do care to get workers Sanz, Ellzabeth A 12710 SW 27Th Ter Whitehead, Marilyn D 3552 NW 194Th Ter
ance group backed by workers earning 300 enough training and Scott, Carl L 16211 SW lO4thAve WIllIams JR, WilieJ 18421 NW24ThAve
the International La- Haitian gourdes, but skills to perform," he S
bu Ogaiztin ndh dclne t rlesesid "hi i astp Share, Allen 8949 NE 4th Avenue RD Williams SR, Reginald E 350 NW 4Th St APT 400
bor Organization and he declined to release said. "This is a step- ________________________35NW4hSAP40 an arm of the World details or to comment by-step process. We Smathers, Ed 4220 NW 169thTER Wlliams, JazzA 2184 NE 167Th St
Bank, that found wide- on the findings of the know where we are Snell, Gerrel N 1161 NW 7Th Ct WIlliams, Jerron 183 NE 68Th StApt 1
spread wage violations Worker Rights Consor- lacking and we are ad- Snow, Keenan M 1530 Flamlngo CT Wright, Marcus A 2015 NW 4Th CT
in all 24 factories, tium. dressing it and finding SMnhC
The Better Work re- He said Better Work a solution." Soils Trejoe, Catalina 2244 Glen Royal Pkwy Yacinthe, Roseline 142 NE 122Nd St
port said just 16 per- and a Haitian govern- Lon Garwood, a Steward, Marckell A 1231 NW 175th Ter Yarbough, Teshon R 6108 NW 23Rd CT
cent of apparel work- ment panel had be- spokesman for Sae- Stinfile, JeanW 1035NW105ThSt Zlmmerman, RonaldJ 6217SW78ThSt
ers who are paid by gun work to clarify the A, a South Korean the number of pieces wage law and its obli- manufacturer often Suarez, Luls A 900 NE 195Th St #508 Zirillo, Marie R 6447 SW 32Nd St
they produce earned gations. criticized for its labor
300 Haitian gourdes The consortium's re- practices in developfor an eight-hour day, port is bound to add to ing countries and the Penelope Townsley
or about $6.90, a min- the debate in Haiti and main factory tenant at Supervisor of Elections, MiamI-Dade County
imum benchmark the abroad over the gar- the Caracol park, dis- Supervisora de Becciones, Condado de Miami-Dade
factories must offer meant factories, which puted the group's find- Sip~viz6 Eleksyon, Konte Miami-Dade
such workers, the government and ings, saying all workThe Worker Rights industry supporters ers earned at least 200





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305-642-700 GRAND OPENING kitchen cabinets, flood lights, Four bdrm, on bath, granite counters, new paint,
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135s lSs.t 3 8o18 $1100. 305-332-072 o at. 50 On Any Home/Any Area 12X6
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a: OPA-LOCKA AREA Three bedrooms. one batho
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Three bedrooms, two baths. NE 84 Street Four bedrooms, two Bachelor's Degree START $180 AND UP
$60 monNy. Free 19 Inch EJPortalaronabdrm On baths. $1400 monthly. AN Kindergarten through six d A
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786-355-7578 305-525-1286 1736 NW 93 Terrace air. Free 19 Inch LCD TV. Elementary N All interested
156 NE 82 Street OVERTOWN AREA One large furnished Cal Joel call 30-986-95.
Two bedrooms, one bath. One and two bedrooms.
T bmronth. No d s Please cal 305-303-861 Joe FRONT O IM E NOTICE OF INVITATION TO BID OR REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
$84mot1yN1dpsiW Pesecll35-0-81 o 7 88-35-32 COORDINATOR
qualified Newly renovated. SANFORD APTS 411 NW37 Stree 2232 NW The Miami Times is a niche THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
785-325-7383 1907 NW 2 Cowtl Two Three bdrn, ee both. newspaper now over 90
167 NE 59 St-Unt #2 Nice one bdrm. air, window bedroomsone bth $975.. Appln ,c years of service build on a 1450 N.E. 2ND AVENUE, ROOM 351
N" montly Free wa er. Ao air. 30642-706 foundation of Believability.
Two bedrooms, one bath, shades, appliances, fraaree C 0n MIAMIREFLORIDA33132
$950. Section 8 Welcome. HOT water. $410 monthly, J 76-35-75 REQUIREMENTS
954-914-9166 plus $200 deposit Call 2435 NW Street Excellent communicauon Solicitations are subject to Schoo Board Policy 6325, Cone of Silence.
1718 NW 2 Co 30 -4938. 305-498-8811 Two bdrms. $825 mtty. Call skis mandatory For more details please visit: htt:/rocurementdadeschools
1718 W 2 Cot 305-665-4938. 30549-8811 MIRAMAR AREA after 6 p.m, 786-283-8220 Extensive cold calling v
One bdrm one bal $425 $600 Oplus deposit to move in. W lb Must be a high achiever
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MIAMI GARDENS AREA NEAR BARRY UNIV. bodis, $750 mtly. a positive winning attitude.
101 NW let Coult 600square foo space Furnished studio. $1300 to appil e included and Must have a minimum of
FR MONTH available for church service move in: 305-606-4773 free 19 nh LCD TV. an AA or AS degree
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th ee.$10 ermnt. Sml Generate and close new 15213 Legal Translation and Interpretation Services
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Tw bfn n bath. t5 Small private room wit ar business
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Two bedrooms, one bath. 305-758-3617
$550 monthly. Free 19 inch The Miami Times
LCD TV. Call: Joel 786-355- 1861 NW42 Street
7578 One bedroom, one bath.
central air, water included.
186 NW 13 treat Call
te, eatr 0.84 NtiCO of Public Hearing Date on the SOUTHEAST OVERTOWNIPARK WEST
305-842-7080 Two bdrms, one bath, new $3 COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
appliances, bars, fenced Recapture and Reallocation of ,000.00
MVE i= SP A, tnl .5m in. Miken 30522- of FY201 3 Community Development PLEASE ALL TAKE NOTICE that a Board of Commissioners Meeting of the
One b om, one bath. 3700 Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (SEOPW
$45030.5442-700 21301 NW 37 Avenue Block Grant (CDBG) Funds for Proposed CRA) is scheduled to take place on Monday, October 28, 2013 @ 5:00 PM, at
Two bedrooms, remodeled, Camillus House, 1603 NW 7th Avenue, Building B, Miami, FL 33136.
22~ NW17 See $795. $150 movein. Demolition of Realty
MOVE IN SPECIAL 788-308-4839 All interested persons are invited to attend. For more information please contact
One bedroom, one bath 2150 NW 104 Street A public hearing is scheduled for the Health and Social Services Committee Meeting on the SEOPW CRA office at (305) 679-6800.
$395. 305-642-7080 Huge three bedrooms, two November 13, 2013 at 12:00 p.m., in the Board of County Commissioners Chambers located
baths, extra closet space, on the second level of the Stephen P. Clark Center, 111 NW 1st Street, Miami, Florida 33128. The #19385 Clarence E. Woods Ill, Executive Director
28104 NW 1 Avenue laundry room, central air. #98 lrneE od IEeuieDrco
$1300 monthly. purpose of the hearing Is to give the public an opportunity to comment on the proposed demolition Southeast Overtown/Park West
MOVE IN SPECIAL 786-299-4093 of four (4) designated parcels of property located in Commission District 3, which were formerly
Firt month moves you CmuiyRdvlpetAec
in. One bedroom, one 2211 NW 58 Street utilized as the Liberty City Health Center, and the use of FY 2013 Community Development Block
bath, $800 monthly. Two Two bdrms, one bath, first Grant (CDBG) funds for that purpose. As such, the FY 2013 Action Plan will be amended to recapture bedrooms, one bath $ and security. $900 monthly. $30,000.00 funds from PHCD housing rehabilitation and reallocate to PHCD for demolition. This
mthly. Free 19 Inch LCD TV. Call 305-761-6558 Item will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners for approval on December 3, 2013.
Call Joe786-355-7578 2641 York Sttet
Two bdrms, one bath, $895. The public Ia Invited to attend and comment. Comments may 'also be submitted in wrIting 2804 NW 1 Avenue Appliances, free water. October 24th, 2013 through November 23rd, 2013 to the attention of Selena Williams, Director,
Studio, $395 monthly. All 305-842-7080 Resident Services, Division, Miami-Dade County Department of Public Housing and Community
appliances Included. Free Development (PHCD) via e-mail phcdresldentservlces@mlamidade.gov or at 701 NW 1st
19 Ih LCD TV. Call Joel 2832 NE 212 Terrace Court, 16th Floor, Miami, FlorIda 33136. A complete copy of the agenda Item is available at the
5 Two bdrms., one bath $925. administrative office of Public Housing and Community Development. SOUTHEAST OVERTOWNIPARK WEST
Appliancs, central air.
3040 NW 135 Street 305-642-7080 COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
OPA-LOCKA AREA
One bedroom, one bath, 38658 Grand Avenue PLEASE ALL TAKE NOTICE that a Special Board of Commissioners Meet$700 mthly. 78-325-8000 Coconut Grove 1312 NW 82nd Street, Miami, Florda 33147 01-3114-043-0111 3 ing of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency
801NW 18 Avenu One bedroom, one bath
Two r, one bath $50 duplex apartment, central air, 1320 NW 62nd Street, Miami, Floda 33147 01-3114-3-0110 3 (SEOPW CRA) is scheduled to take place on Thursday, October 24, 2013 @
306-642-7080 ceiling fans, security windows 01-3114-043-0100 3 12:00 pm or thereafter, at Miami City Hall, 3500 Pan American Drive Miami, FL
and doors, private entrance I 33133.
621 NW 64 Street and parking, private front 1342 NW 62nd Street, Miami, Florda 33147 01-3114-043-0090 3
One bedroom, one bath, porch and yard, nice kitchen. M/am/-Dadeo County provide equal access aed equal opportunity in employment and services and does not All interested persons are invited to attend. For more information please contact $600 with water included, Section 8 Welcome,
786-444-6002 Call 305-696-2825 discrknateagailtpersonswithdlablile/sAperson who didestonppenlanydocsionmadabyaybolr#dge ry the SEOPW CRA office at (305) 679-6800.
or commilIon with respect to any matter considered at its meeting or hearing will need a record of the proceedings, 621 NW 64 Street 412 NW 59 Street Such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding i made, Including the testimony
Three bedrooms, one bath, Three bedrooms, central air. and evidence upon whkch tie appeal l based Sign language Interpreters are available upon request Please call #19386 Clarence E. Woods III, Executive Director $1000 with water included, SectIon 8 OKI 786-269-5643 (780) 469.2100ationt four (4) days in advance, Southeast Overtown/Park West
Section 8 welcome. Community Redevelopment Agency
78-444-6002






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Carol City defeats


Homstead 23-2

Miami Carol City Chiefs win in

second half battle
By Akilah Laoter
akllahlaster@gmnail.com
The Homestead Broncos received every sign that their dis- : trict game against Carol City would end auspiciously. They : were coming off of a dominating road win against Palmetto,
and their star receiver Ermon Lane was ruled eligible after
facing a possible suspension. For a moment, it seemed as if
all the stars had aligned and the football gods were smiling 4
down on the Broncos. And what a brief moment it was. Unable to capitalize on their advantages, including having more
depth than the Chiefs, the Broncos (4-3, 0-3) succumbed to
'rookie mistakes* and allowed Carol City (5-2, 2-0) to skate -Poocourtesy Miami Dolphins
by with a 23-20 win, eliminating any postseason hopes. Miami Dolphins with students from Santa Clara Elementary at Party City in Davie, FL.

Miami Dolphins help kids prepare for Halloween

Miami Dolphins players, cheerleaders, phins Foundation and Party City. The 20 students were chosen due to good
T.D. and members of the Miami Dolphins "It's awesome to be able to come here academic standing, improved grades and
Women's Organization helped Miami-Dade and pick out costumes for kids who might exemplary attendance. Many of these stu* County school children shop for Halloween not have the opportunity to do so otherwise," dents are economically disadvantaged and costumes at Party City In Davie. Twenty said Jared Odrick. "It's been a great op- will be shopping for Halloween costumes for students from Santa Clara Elementary in portunity (for us) and something that we've the first time. Miami-Dade were treated to a Halloween done over the past couple of years and I Students received food courtesy of Papa costume of their choice by the Miami Dol- take part In it every year." John's Pizza.



Florida State No.2- but for now

Orgo lkeypionship Series title game, the man polls, will get a strength- standings has gone on to play
Seminoles are fighting abat- of-schedule infusion over the for the title. to rise in BCS~ tle, not just against their rep- next three weeks. 'I[think we have a heck of
~('dAAa5$* ~utation as underachievers the If the Ducks can beat UCLA a team, weve got a lot of ball
Sports Homestead (blue) defense gets ready for standings lalit few years but against the and Stanford, 12th and sixth to play and if we keep talCarol City offense (white). two programs who started the in the BCS standings, respec- ing care of our business, the
BW Dan Wouge. year ranked ahead of them int tively, Florida State could very country will see and we'll
'[We knew] there were no more tomorrows, today (was) the the human polls and still sit well be back to third, place, get to where weve got to 'go,"
day,* said Homestead coach Larry Coffey. If the names were stripped there, refusing to budge from hoping to somehow convince Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher
The score ping-ponged throughout the first half, but Home- off the uniforms and all biases the top two spots. voters to move them in front said following a dominant 51stead pulled ahead by a point at halftime after an impressive of history and preseason pre- Florida State came in at No. of Oregon. 14 victory at Clemson, which
extra-point block and subsequent score on a 10-yard pass dictions removed, no team in 2 on Sunday in the initial BCS The Seminoles do have a bit came into the game fourth in
and catch from Maurice Alexander to Lane. Alexander fin- the country has looked more standings, behind only Ala- of history on their side. In all the USA TODAY Sports Coachished with 323 passing yards and three touchdown passes, complete this season than bama. But that spot could be but two of the previous 15 sea- es Poll. "rt not scared to
two to Lane. Despite Homestead jumping out to a 20-13 lead Florida State. short-lived as Oregon, which sons of the BCS, one of the top play anyone. We've got a good
shortly after halftime, Carol City trudged back with a 14- But to get to the Bowl Chaint- is ranked second in the hu- two teams in the first set of team."
yard run by quarterback Trayon Gray to tic the game at 20.
Gray previously scored on a 63-yard run, the longest of the
night. Gray, who only threw for 58 yards, destroyed the Bron- PAaigsa dreomuauun~ ~ teuur
nies. Carol City capitalized on an undisciplined Homestead,By .Rhdi
drawing them offsides more than seven times. But it was the : y.W111lr-. Aboden 1bobbled passes by Lane that caromed into the hands of Carol isecltdbyn akls
'The second half was a fight,' Carol City coach, Aubrey Hill ment in intercollegiate athletsaid. 'We kept saying 'just one more play." ic wekalwhe fo ol l k st
The Chiefs will need that momentum to face Central on werabhin oottedl pateo
Friday, but have likely already solidified a place in the play- Gabigbyotdpatc offs. Both theRockets and the Chiefs are undefeated in dis- and forced the forfeit of a road trict and are battling for first place; a win for Carol City will game against Jackson State. put them in first, but a win for Central will solidify another overe heyas bout hatimihtl district sweep. ov thae layers inou way sportJ
"We really talk about our goals," Hill said. "Our direction is atapn laerse toan sorup [now] a little bit clearer.'ataylvreudtoswup
Now we know. No homecoming-caesmthAoctdPes
-Care gamehatsJacksondState.
gam af cl a thlte. eiet i A sparse crowd at a Jackson State scrimmage after Grambling forfeited their matchup. ,.N BA peers expect out the Bowl Championship Se- and other gear during games as Will high-profile scholarship verage and pressure.'
U ~ "~" o sayries final or the basketball Final a show of solidarity that orga- players at big-budget programs
L.eLJI JamIes o ta Four, guess what? No show. nizers hope will lead to changes in the Southeastern Conference, REFORM AT N.C. AT NCAA
And the survey says. ... ? LeBron James, left, "No one has to wonder any- in the N.C.A.A. the Big Ten and the Pacific-12, LEVELS
isn't going anywhere. more," said Ramogi Huma, the or anywhere else, risk their The demands of Huma's group
That at least Is what ESPN came away president of the National Col- WORDS INTO ACTION scholarships, and sacrifice tele- and the players' complaints