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Material Information

Title:
Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville, Fla.
Publication Date:

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Drug Operation Foxx

Den Was A Mistake
The Florida Star Staff

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
Mack Bronner was iden-
tified last week as a partic-
ipant in a large drug ring
that mainly operated
S between Atlanta and
Jacksonville. Mr. Bonner,
who has served as a deacon
at Zion Hope Missionary
Baptist Church for about
ten years, was astonished
when his picture was
Da Mk BrOner shown with about 18
other men, as part of a big drug ring, named
Operation Foxx Den.
Upon learning that a warrant had been issued for
his arrest, he contacted the Jacksonville Sheriffs
Office and an attorney to get help in clearing the
matter. His friends also contacted The Florida Star
advising that they would vouch for Mr. Bronner's
innocence. Consequently, a meeting was set up
with the Sheriffs Office wherein two detectives
attended.

Mistake continued on A-7


Four Arrested, One Sought



In Death Of 11-Year-Old


Frank "Tanker" Carn
Arrested


Damian Hughes
Victims


Dale Jones
Arrested
JACKSONVILLE,
Fla. -- Many Jacksonville
residents did not feel the
joy of Christmas because
of the December 19
unnecessary murder of
the 11-year-old honor stu-'
dent, Damian Hughes
during an attempted car-
jacking.
A citizen's cry echoed
the area with the desire to
find these vicious killers


Kesario Johnson
Arrested
who had shot Damian's
16-year-old sister also,
while trying to take the
car she was driving.
During the shooting, the
sister lost control of the
vehicle, Damian was
ejected from the vehicle
but his death was a direct
result of bullet wounds.
The carjackers sped away
once the vehicle was
damaged.


Keith Johnson
Sought
Now with the. help of
the community and its
leaders,four suspects in
the case have been arrest-
ed, even though they each
wore a mask during the
incident. Arrested first,
Frank "Tanker" Cam, 21.
When Carn was arrested
on grand theft charges, he
confessed to the carjack-
ing and murder of
Arrest continued on A-7


Jacksonville Named Top Up Don King Sues Disney For $2.5 Billion

And Coming Area For 2006 1 .i Le gend ary boxin pro-


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville has been
selected as the Top Up & Coming Area for 2006, by
New York real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran.
Corcoran's picks will air during a special segment on
ABC's "Good Morning America" on Wednesday,
January 11.
"From the beach to the river, from golf to football
and from libraries and museums to theaters and con-
cert halls, Jacksonville has something to offer every-
one," said Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton. "We are
thrilled with this recognition and delighted that others
are noticing what a treasure we have here in Northeast
Florida: Jacksonville is one of the most livable and
beautiful cities in the world."
The top areas were chosen based on nine months of
intensive research, said Corcoran. Locations were
researched and compared based on desirability, new
developments, average home prices and percentage of
increase over the past 2 years. Corcoran then looked
at what made these areas so special, focusing on their
potential for growth and overall popularity. *
"We're thrilled to be recognized nationally as a
region on the rise with an unparalleled quality of life
and ongoing success in business development," said
Jerry Mallot, executive director, Cornerstone Regional
Area continued on A-7


NEWS IN BRIEF

Sanaa Lathan Said
There Is Nothing
Between She
And Denzel

NE WYORK--
Actress Sanaa Lathan
said there is nothing
true in the rumors that
she and Denzel


Washington had an affair.
Denzel and Sanaa starred
together
in the
mo vie
"Out of
Time" and
4 a attended
the pre-
Sanaa Lathan mier of
the film at the Toronto
International Film


(Front row) lead Trial Council Willie E. Gary, and his partner, Tricia (CK) Hoffler with
client, boxing promoter Don King. (Back row) General Council for Don King and Don
King Productions, Charles Lomax and Assistant General Council John Wirt.


suit against corporate
giants Disney, ESPN,
ABC Cable Networks and
A d v o c a t e
Communications, Inc.
last January for airing a
highly defamatory and
reckless broadcast against
him on Sports Century
that also portrays King in
a false light.
The $2.5 billion suit
had been removed frort
state court and an attempt
was made to have it dis-
missed in federal court.
Earlier this week, Judge
Sues continued on A-7


Florida Based Publix Moves Up List Of Best Companies To Work For


Public
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FORTUNE released the
names of the "100 Best


Festival in Canada but
they were there as actor
and actress. The actress
said the rumors even got
to her mother, who
received telephone calls
that she was pregnant
with Denzel's baby.
Lathan is 34 and
Denzel is 51. He and his
wife Pauletta have been
married for 22 years. The


Companies To Work For"
and again, Publix Super
Markets made the list,
moving from #94 in 2005
to #56 in 2006. The


actress believes the
rumors started because of
the role she and Denzel
played that included a
love scene. Like most,
she is proud of Denzel
and his marriage.

Angela Bofill
Suffered A Stroke

Angela Bofill, an R&I3


Southeastern supermarket
chain is 100% employee-
owned.
To celebrate the com-
pany's 75th birthday in


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jaz z
singer,
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feared a
recent
stroke.
It is
Angela Bofill report-
ed that she is paralyzed
on her left side. The'51-
Briefs continued on A-7


2005, 850 stores hosted
parties with balloons,
banners, costumes, and
musical performances.
The company has
129,412 U. S. employees
of which 38% are minori-
ties and 49% are women.
They have a 12% volun-
tary turnover and last
year, had 1,987 new jobs.
FORTUNE magazines
picks the top 100 compa-
nies based on an evalua-
tion of their policies and
the opinions of the
on grtulatos Pubylixs
Congratulations Publix!


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Marc H. Morial, President and Chief Executive
National Urban League


RON WILLIAMS, SR.
NEWS EDITOR
CHERYL COWARD
DESIGN EDITOR
BETTY ASQUE DAVIS
COLUMNIST


Should a judge with a
long, clear and consistent
record of ruling against dis-
crimination victims be given
an opportunity.to have the
last word on civil rights laws
that impact the entire nation?
Should a judge who objects
to the cases establishing the
well-settled principle of one-
person, one-vote be placed in
a position to affect the voting
rights of millions of African
Americans throughout the
country? Should a judge who
boasted of membership in an
anti-affirmative action group
and compares affirmative
action to slavery be given the
deciding vote that determines
whether affirmative action
stays goes?
These are some of the
many questions raised by the
National Urban League's
careful and thorough analysis
of the record of Judge
Samuel Alito, President
Bush's nominee to replace
Sandra Day O'Connor on the
U.S. Supreme Court. The
answers led the National
Urban League last week to
unequivocally oppose the
nomination.
The National Urban
League arrived at this deci-
sion after a careful and
exhaustive review of Judge
Alito's record, judicial phi-
losophy, and professional
qualifications. Our examina-


CLARA NMcLAt!GIHLIN CRISWELI.L.
PUBLISHER
EDITOR-IN-CIIIEF


tion reveals that, throughout
his career, Judge Alito has
demonstrated an insensitivity
to the fundamental principles
of civil rights and consistent-
ly interpreted the
Constitution and laws in a
manner that undermines
equality opportunity and
social justice. If elevated to
the Supreme Court, he is
likely to shift the Court even
further away from its role as
the final protector of the
rights of all of America's
people.
Our study found that
Judge Alito, throughout his
career, has vigorously
opposed affirmative action,
one-person-one-vote, and
other civil .rights remedies
that protect millions of
Americans from discrimina-
tion to such a degree that it
seems to thwart his ability to
fairly apply our civil rights
laws. In case after case,
Judge Alito has ruled against
discrimination victims, crim-
inal defendants, and others
who turned to his court for
redress of wrongs. In fact,
not once, in 15 years, has
Judge Alito written a majori-
ty opinion in favor of an
African American alleging
discrimination. He has
demonstrated an unwavering
adherence to a rigid ideology
but seems to lack any under-
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tion impacts real people and
why civil rights remedies
have been and remain neces-
sary.
Our report also reveals
that Judge Alito's opposition
to these fundamental princi-
ples is deeprooted and long-
standing. For example, Judge
Alito has expressed great
pride about his days as a ful-
Ion player in the Reagan
Administration's relentless
attack on affirmative action,
boasting in a 1985 job appli-
cation of his involvement in
cases in which the
Administration argued "that
racial and ethnic quotas
should not be allowed."
However, during his tenure,
Alito did not fight against
illegal quotas. Instead, he
actively worked to dismantle
legal affirmative action and
curtail the ability of the
courts to remedy discrimina-
tion against African
Americans, women and oth-
ers.
Among other things,
Alito helped write a Supreme
Court brief that included
some of the more bizarre and
misguided arguments we've
seen against affirmative
action. For example, in urg-
ing the Court to invalidate a
Michigan school policy that
allowed white teachers to be
laid off first in order to pro-
tect the jobs of black teach-
ers, he argued that affirma-
tive action was tantamount to
slavery because, he wrote, "it
may still advance some and
suppress others not as indi-
viduals but because of the


color of their skin." He also
surmised, "Henry Aaron
would not be regarded as the
all-time home run king, and
he would not have been a
model for youth, if the fences
had been moved in whenever
he came to the plate."
Judge Alito has been
nominated to succeed Justice
Sandra Day O'Connor, who
often was the all-important
"swing" vote on the Court in
civil rights cases. Although
clearly a conservative with
whom we often disagreed,
Justice O'Connor was a fair
and open-minded judge who
decided cases without a
unshakeable political ideolo-
gy. She was frequently the
deciding vote in decisions
affecting civil rights and in
many cases made the differ-
ence between maintaining
important civil rights protec-
tions and losing them alto-
gether. Justice O'Connor's
successor will have the
power to drastically tip the
balance of the Court from
conservative-leaning body to
a far right institution that
would tear down long-stand-
ing and fundamental civil
rights protections. Judge
Alito's stated opposition to
reasonable and established
civil rights remedies and vot-
ing rights protections, and
his consistent record of rul-
ing against victims of dis-
crimination make it likely
that he would do just that.
His record makes him
unsuitable for the U.S.
Supreme Court.


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Faith In Our Community Miniters Launch Efforts
-Schedule of Events and Services-


SSERIOUS PRAISE-Sword and Shield Kingdom Outreach
-Ministry invites the public to attend service on January 22,
*at 3:45 p.m. at Father's Houise Conference Center, 1820
Monument Rd., Building 1. The Word and Praise Team,
under the direction of Ms. Kenshela Williams will be fea-
-tured along with Minister William Jennings and others.
Rev. Mattie W. Freeman, Founder/Pastor.
CHURCH AND PASTOR ANNIVERSARY-Faith
SDeliverance Tabernacle Ministries will continue celebrating
-the 5th Church and Pastor Anniversary on January 22.
Bishop Kenneth H. Moales, Sr. of Prayer Tabernacle Church
of Love in Bridgeport, CT is the guest speaker for the serv-
ice at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 22. The church is locat-
Sed at 220 Mill Creek Rd.
CHOIR ANNIVERSARY-The choir of St. Andrew A.M.E.
Church will celebrate it's Choir Anniversary on Sunday,
January 22. The church is located at 125 9th St. South in
Jacksonville Beach, Fla. For more information call (904)
249-7624.
THEATRICAL PRODUCTION-The Hope Chapel
Thespians will present a musical theatrical production enti-
tled "Gee Whiz-It's The Gospel!" on January 28, 6:30 p.m.
at the Ritz and LaVilla Museum. The theatrical play is writ-
ten, produced and directed by Allison Holmes Bartley. It is
being hailed as one of the newest, creative, captivating and
effective ways of portraying the gospel. For more informa-
tion contact Hope Chapel Ministries at (904) 924-2000.
PROJECT CHASE LOOKING FOR STUDENTS-
Project CHASE (Connecting Home and School
Environments) at New Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1231 Tyler
St., is" looking for students. Are you interested in improving
your educational opportunities (earn a GED), your employa-
bility skills, and your parenting skills to help your child to be
successful in school? If so, you should enroll in Project
CHASE-20 slots are available. Free childcare is provided.
SProject CHASE meets Monday through Thursday (5:30
p.m.-8:30 p.m.). For more information, contact the Church
Office at 353-1822 or Wilma Austin' at 630-7255.
" EWC DAY-Edward Waters College
Day will be observed on Sunday,
February 5, at New Bethel A.M.E.
Church located at 1231 T \ler St. Dr. '
Oswald P. Bronson, President of. J
EWC is the speaker for the morning
worship service beginning at 10:15
a.m. The public is in\ ited to attend.
S Rev. William H. Lamar, IV, Pastor.
S.. Dr. Oswald P.
SListings are due the Tuesday before Bronson
Sthe next issue. Email submissions pre-
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Children are simply smaller'
versions of adults. They know
stuff. They understand their
world and thbe think their own
thoughts. They have linle hearts
that get broken. Be kind to them
and speak to them respectfully
on all topics, especially death. If
you do they will feel comfort-
able coming to you in times of
trouble. If you don't, they'll be
forced to o elsewhere.
I Like you, children will
remember their first death, be it
a pet or a family member. They,
like you, will remember the
darndest details, really surpris-
ing things. So while chaos
s%'iills in \our family, lei them


Dealing \\ith Death
know\ it's okay to feel sad, con-
fused, and maybe a little help-'
less. Adults know loved ones
live in our hearts forever, but
that's something that must be
explained to a child. Nicely.
Death is part of life. It's
natural and has great order.
Treat it as such and children
will understand. Empower
them with language and allow
them their own thoughts. Make
them safe in their feelings and
they will love you for it.

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Tel: 768-0507
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To Stand Against Violence


Seeking to end the apa-
thy that abounds in the
Jacksonville community as
it relates to crime and crimi-
nal activity, a group of local
ministers are joining forces
to mobilize citizens for
change.
On Wednesday, January


19, local ministers from
African Methodist
Episcopal Churches gath-
ered at the scene of a recent
homicide to launch "Project
Crime".
The pastors announced
the joint venture to help
reduce the mounting number


of senseless homicides
throughout Jacksonville
Although the initial
thrust is coming from AME
Churches, the ministers are
encouraging .support from
across denominational lines
to help in these efforts.
The ministers are to


encouraging residents in the
community to be open
about violent crimes they
may have witnessed or have
information about.
The pastors want people
to not be frightened into not-
taking the initiative in help-
ing to solve crimes.


National Baptist Convention, USA


Continuing Hurricane Relief Efforts


Dr. William J. Shaw


Members of the National
Baptist Convention, USA


Inc., in Nashville for their
annual midwinter board
meeting, on January 18
spoke about efforts still
needed to assist residents
along the hurricane-ravaged
Gulf Coast.
While conducting the
convention's business, the
meeting's chief focus was on
the church's strategy to
develop a disaster relief plan
and its role in the Inter-faith
Fund Ministers Committee,
established by former
Presidents Bush and
Clinton.


Authorities Believe Hate Groups

Vandalized Maryland Churches

ROCKVILLE, Md. -- Montgomery County websitee -
news) police believe a white separatist group was behind
racist graffiti spray-painted on five schools and churches this
week.
Police Chief Tom Manger says the graffiti .discovered
Tuesday at Ridgeview Middle School and Quince Orchard
High School in Gaithersburg included the initials "W-A-R."
Police believe that stands for White Aryan Resistance, a
California-based group .
Saint Mark's United Methodist Church in Boyds and the
Seneca Community Church in Germantown, both with pre-
dominantly black congregations, and the historic Boyds
Negro School \vere also \andalized. The graffiti also includ-
ed swastikas and racial slurs.


"This Katrina journey
will continue to be a long-
range journey," said the Rev.
William Shaw, national
president of the 7.5-million-
member denomination.
"There ffmain serious prob-
lems that we are committed
to helping remedy."
Inter-faith Fund
Ministers Committee, which
includes Shaw, will oversee
distribution of hurricane
relief funds.
Out of, $90 million col-
lected by Bush and Clinton,
$20 million is earmarked for
rebuilding churches and
helping parishioners.
Between late August and
Dec. 15, National Baptist
church members donated
more than $1 million in
relief funds;
Sha\. pastor of
Philadelphia's white e Rock
Baptist Church, noted that
member churches and indi-


viduals have been proactive
ih their direct response to
individual needs in the
coastal area, as well as
working through. Baptist
associations.
Ministers from the states
heavily damaged by
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
voiced concern that people
displaced by the storms are
being further displaced at
this stage of cleanup and
redevelopment.
During the midwinter
board meeting, individuals
and congregations pledged
to send thousands of dollars
more to the denomination or
Baptist associations in
Alabama, Louisiana and
Mississippi.
About 3.000 pastors and
other individual members of
affiliated churches are
attending the board meeting
at the group's world head-
quarters.


The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, fL 32208

Sunday School 9:30 a.m. j ; |
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Afternoon Bible Study
(Except First Sunday) 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor: Re%. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-572' Church
(904) 768-0272 Home

NIT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone- (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
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Sulzbacher Outreach Service .. ....... 8 30 a.m.
Sunday School................. .. ....... ..... ........ ....10.00 a.m.
S morning Worship ... ...... ... .. .... ... .... .. ....... .. 1:00a.m .
E erring Worship........ .......... ... ..... .. ............. ........ ... .6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Fridas Night Service'. .. .............. ............ 7.30 p.m.
Saturday, Prison OOutrta h ........... ...... .... .... ...... ......... .. 1:00 p.m .
Sarurda. Nun;ing Home Ouinech.......... ..... ...... 3rd and 4th Sarurdas'
irernarinal Sunrda School 9 ',i ain. and'. 111. pm Sajrrdaj, o n \YiTMtI AM 1530)
A Bible Preaching, Bible Belier mg and Bible Practicing Church
"\ithoul the shedding of Blood, Ihere is no remission of sin" iHebres 9:22)


Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Sunday
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Wednesday
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Friday
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor


Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
2036 Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
(904) 354-7249 Church
Bible Power Enrichment Hour
Sunday School 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

Mid-Week:
Wednesday, Noonday Prayer 12 Noon
Inspiration Wednesday Worship Service....................6:00-8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, Youth Bible Study & Activities


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"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"


Matthew W. Gilbert's 8th Grand Reunion
The Matthew W. Gilbert planners knew that they had
outgrown the previous Grand Reunion sites. Little did they
know that moving to the Hyatt Regency Hotel would also
be filled to capacity as in previous years. "We may have to
move this annual event to the Veteran's Memorial Coliseum
next year", stated Grand Reunion chair James Daniels.
The Matthew W. Gilbert Grand Reunion each year
brings together its principals, teachers, staff, and students
who were there from 1952-1970. It is each year an extraor-
dinary event bringing alumni together fiom far and near
dressed in or adorned with the school colors of orange and
green..
The members of the class of 1956 celebrating the 50th
Anniversary of their high school graduation awaited with
gargantuan gusto for the arrival of their former teachers.
This weekend, as has been the custom on the first weekend
of the New Year, was the Matthew W. Gilbert Panther's
Grand Class Reunion.
The elegantly clad former teachers that included: Mrs.
Thelma Geiger, Dr. William Scott, Mrs. Earlene Walden,
Mrs. Mary Crumley, Mrs. Grace West, Mrs. Louvenia
Newman, Mrs. Ernestine Poole, Mrs. Grace Brown,
Mrs. Lauretta Jenkins Timmons, Dr. Nathaniel Davis,
Dr. Ezekial Bryant, Mr. Nelson Grant, Mrs. Olivia Gay-
Davis, and Dr. Roy Mitchell (to name a few of those pres-
ent)followed by the Class of 1956 along with their guests
entered the SRO ballrooms of the Regency Hyatt to "Pomp
and Circumstance." This is always such touching scene.
This year's MC was Larry Seabrooks '69 who present-
ed the guest soloist Ms. Sherry Samuels. Ms. Samuels
'wowed' the audience as she sang Wind Beneath My Wings.
Other program participants were: Kenneth Manuel, Ms.
Earline Floyd, James Daniels, Johnny McCray, Ms.
SGloria Simmons, Pastor James Jennings, The Attitude
Performing Arts Dance Group, directed by Mrs.
Rodeshia Butler, Homer St. Clair, Pastor Kelly Brown,
Jr., Trumpeter Lawrence Fisher, Empress Vermettya
Royster Stevenson, Mrs. Eddie L. Pough, Mrs. Valiria
Shuford, and Coach Nathaniel Washington who calls the
roll of classes each year.
The 2006 Legend Honorees were: Mrs. Grace Payne
west, Mr. Charles F. Waldon, Mrs. Ernestine Frazier
Poole, Mrs. Cora F. Ross, Mrs. Lauretta Jenkins
Timmons, and Mrs. Juanita Jackson Randolph. Dr.
Elizabeth Green Means, '53 was the 2006 Humanitarian
Honoree.
Each year I think that the Matthew W. Gilbert Grand
Reunion just cannot be better the next year. Believe me this
group planners are always able to take the event to a higher
level. We await the 9th Grand Reunion that begins on
Friday. Will they begin earlier in the week next year? Just
a thought!

New Stanton's Class of 1958's Holiday Cruising
Mrs. Barbara Dailey Davis wrote recently, "The class
of 1958 chose to cruise together for their Christmas 2005
get -together. The class planner's were: Mesdames
Rometa Graham Porter, Geraldine White Martin, Mary
Hilliard Roper, Jeanette Diggs Bridges, Barbara Dailey
Davis and George Barnes. The class members along with
family, friends and guests set sail on December 17, 2005.
The group arrived early and excited to dine, party, shop,
tour and relax as they boarded Carnival Cruise Lines 'Fun
Ship" Celebration. The five- day cruise to the Eastern
Caribbean included ports in Key West and Nassau with
embarkation from Jacksonville's Dames Point. The shore
excursions were equally enjoyable as the activities on
board; many enjoyed key lime pie and conch salad while
exploring the streets and restaurants in Key West. In
Nassau, many ventured over to Paradise Island while others
toured and shopped at the straw market.
Former Stantonians that traveled to Jacksonville to
cruise with the class of 1958 were: Malachi Jones, Ft.
Washington Md.; Ms. Gracie Andrews, Detroit, Mich.;
Mrs. Delores Rogers Cam, Oxnard, Calif.; Robert
Warren, Washington DC; James Lunsford, Raleigh, NC;
Mrs. Barbara Hilliard Feagan, Newark, NJ; and Richard
Frazier, Palm Coast, Fla.
Local Stantonians on joining the planners on board
were: Richard Eady, Ms. Patricia Small, Mesdames
Eileen Terry Scott, Shirley Jones Porter, Francina
Carter King, Willie c. Collins Morton, Virginia Andrews
Johnson, Rudine Dailey Evans, Gloria Watts Mendez,
Betty Lunsford Brown, Gloria Way Scruggs, and
Leonella Black Williams, Torrence Davis, Perry Bridges,
and Jerome Richardson.
The class is already discussing plans for next year's
activity. Here's a clue: Think BROADWAY!

Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming events.
Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me direct-
ly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777 or fax
(904) 285-7008.
( See you in the paper!


Former Matthew W. Gilbert Faculty members Dr. William Scott, Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis joined Dr. and Mrs. Ezekial Bryant
Thelma Geiger and Mrs. Earlene Walden await the procession to begin, shared some fellowship time at the Matthew W. Gilbert Grand
(Photo: J. Carl Davis, Sr:) Reunion. (Photo: J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Sharing cherished memories were Coach Nathaniel Washington, Mrs.
Olivia Gay-Davis, Mrs. Juanita Wright Davis, Nelson Grant and The
Harley Browns. (Photo: J. Carl Davis, S:)


These 'Bethelites' had to pulled away from friends and classmates for
this photo. (Photo: Mark Singleton)


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The 'Syl' Farrells rushed in from Tampa for the Grand Reunion.
(Photo: J. Carl Davis, Sr)


The Claud Hunters joined the Williams sisters Mesdames Edna
Williams Lang and Essie Williams Holsey in leading the Class of
1956's honored processional line. (Photo: Mark Singleton)


Class of 1956ers Mesdames Sylvia Barnett Burden and Cordelia It was so wonderful to see former Matthew W. Gilbert faculty mem-
Mack Hill. (Photo: J. Carl Davis, Sr) ber Mrs. Cora Ross as gracious as ever with her daughter Mrs. Annett
Ross Walker. (Photo: J. Carl Davis, Sr)


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Class of 1956ers Mrs. Mildred Coats Outlaw and Lorenzo Wilbert.
(Photo: J Carl Davis, Sr)


Retired educator Mrs. Barbara Robinson with MWG Alum Bobbie
Christopher: (Photot: J. Carl Davis, Sr.)



"We have a powerful potential in out youth, and we must
have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we
may direct their power toward good ends. "
Mary McLeod Bethune, 1875-1955


The Gary Christophers. (Photo.: J Carl Davis, Sr)


Sharing a moment during the Class of 1958's Holiday Cruise were
classmates Robert 'Bobo' Warren, Mrs. Rometa Graham Porter and
Malachi Jones. (Photo.: .Mrs. Roimeta Grahaiim Porter)





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'Hotel Rwanda' Hero Beating


To Speak At University


Caught On Tape


Paul Rusesabanga
Paul Rusesabagina, the
hero of Rwandan genocide
portrayed in Hotel Rwanda,
will speak at 7:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, March 28 at


Jacksonville University's
Swisher Gymnasium in
Jacksonville, Fla.
Rusesabagina's speech,
"Hotel Rwanda: A Lesson
Yet To be learned," focuses
on the events of the 1994
genocide, the current politi-
cal climate in Africa, and the
international response to the
current crisis in Darfur,
Sudan.
The 2004 Academy-
Award nominated film Hotel
Rwanda told the story of
Rusesabaginas work to save
the lives of more than 1,200
people during the 1994
genocide that killed 800,000
in 100 days.
As manager of the luxury
Hotel Milles Collines in
Kigali, Rusesabagina
offered refuge to more than


a thousand Hutu and Tutsi
who were in danger.
Rusesabagina's courage
has been honored with the
U.S. Presidential Medal of
Freedom, the Immortal
Chaplains Prize for
Humanity and the national
Civil Rights Museum
Freedom Award.
Rusesabagina was born
in Rwanda as the son of
rural farmers. He was edu-
cated in hotel management
in Africa and Europe, and
became the first Rwandan
manager of the luxury Hotel
Milles Collines.
He was working at
another property, the
Diplomate Hotel, when the
genocide began. He
returned to the Hotel Milles
Collines, where he sheltered


his own family, plus 1,200
more, and held off attackers
throughout the period of
unrest.
He moved to belgium as
a refugee in 1996. recently,
he founded The Hotel
Rwanda Rusesabagina
Foundation, which provides
support, care, nd assistance
to children abandoned by,
and women abused during,
the genocide in Rwanda.
He speaks frequently on
the need for change in rwan-
da and throughout Africa.
His autobiography, An
Ordinary Man, will be
released in April. Tickets
are available at Jacksonville
University. For more infor-
mation, call the JU Campus
Activities Office at (904)
256-7520.


In this handout image from a Florida Atlantic University
surveillance video, two attackers are seen chasing and
beating a homeless man who had been sleeping on a
bench, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2005, near the Broward Center
for Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Police say
they will seek murder charges against the attackers who
beat a homeless man to death and are suspected in two
similar attacks a few hours later. (AP Photo/ Fort Lauderdale Police
Dept. via WSVN TV)


Growth Hormone, Obesity Can Trigger Sleep Apnea In Some Kids


GAINESVILLE, Fla. --
SGrowth hormone helps hun-
Sdreds of children with a rare
-disorder that causes them to
gorge on food, but for some,
starting treatment can wors-
en a dangerous nighttime
breathing problem,
University of Florida
researchers have found.
Sleep apnea disrupts
breathing during sleep and is
common among morbidly
obese children, including
those with Prader-Willi syn-
drome, a disease that com-
;-pels them to eat nonstop.
Researchers say that uncov-
ering how to treat obesity
and related problems in chil-
dren genetically wired to be
overweight could help them
better battle childhood obe-
sity in general.
Growth hormone has
shown to be one of the most
effective ways to treat chil-
dren and adults with Prader-
Willi. But UF researchers
found that starting treat-
Sments can worsen or trigger
sleep apnea in obese chil-


dren exposed to colds,
potentially leading to death,
according to findings pub-
lished online recently in The
Journal of Clinical
Endocrinology and
Metabolism.
"Every kid we studied
had abnormal sleep at the
beginning, before growth
hormone," said Dr. Jennifer
Miller, a UF assistant pro-
fessor of pediatrics and the
study's lead author. "On
growth hormone, most of
them got better but not all of
them. The ones that got
worse tended to be school
age. Some of them were just
entering school and then
they were coming home
with upper-respiratory
infections.
The researchers urge
doctors to monitor patients'
sleep before and during
treatment for signs of
obstructive sleep apnea,
such as loud snoring or
abnormal daytime sleepi-
ness. Sleep studies are rec-
ommended for all obese


children, not just those with
Prader-Willi, Miller added.
Prader-Willi syndrome is
caused by a rare chromoso-
mal defect and occurs in
only one of every 12,000 to
15,000 people, according to
the Prader-Willi Syndrome
Association. Children and
adults with the disease have
mental impairment, poor
muscle tone and appetites so
insatiable their parents often
have to lock up food. Many
patients become morbidly
obese.
Overall, about 9 million
children in the United States
are overweight or obese.
That's about three times as
many as in 1980, and the
causes vary, according to the
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention.
"Prader-Willi syndrome
highlights the major prob-
lem of obesity -- it's more
than just overeating," said
Dr. Bryan E. Hainline, an
Indiana University associate
professor of pediatrics who
specializes in pediatric
metabolism and genetics.
"There are genes that con-
trol it and other physiologi-
cal factors that impair
health."
Obesity also can lead to
severe respiratory problems
as fat accumulates in the
upper body and throat, and
these effects cause the most
problems for obese patients,
including those with Prader-
Willi, Hainline said. The UF
study highlights this, he


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Growth hormone was
approved in the United
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in 2000, but several children
with the disease died after
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All died in their sleep and
had been battling infections.
To understand the problem,
UF researchers decided to
study how growth hormone
affected sleep, monitoring


patients on the therapy
closely and performing
sleep studies before and dur-
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The researchers studied
25 children and adults with
Prader-Willi syndrome, a
large sample for such a rare
disorder.
Four school-age children
had increased difficulty
breathing at night shortly
after the treatment began.


All began having problems
after they were exposed to
upper respiratory infections
in school, the findings show.
The children's muscles
were so weak at the begin-
ning of the treatment they
couldn't breathe with a
stuffed-up nose, Miller said.
Growth hormone worsened
the problem, causing the
tonsils to swell and exacer-
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Arrest continued from A-I
Damian. Even though Carn confessed to the murder and
carjacking, at his hearing Wednesday, his mother said he
had done no wrong, but was only the driver of the car.
Carn was released about a year ago after serving four
years for car theft.
The other suspects who have been arrested are Dale
Leonard Jones, 24, Kesario "Rio" Johnson, 20, and
Raymond R. Lakes. Keith "KiKi" Johnson, 25, is still at
large. All of men arrested, including Keith Johnson have
criminal records. Lakes was already in jail for another
criminal act.
It has been rumored that the suspect has left the city,
headed for Georgia. Jacksonville Sheriffs Department Raymond R. Lakes
h;as, in fact, notified Georgia State law enforcement agen-
cies of this rumor. JSO are still asking for citizens of Jacksonville to continue their
support in solving this tragedy by calling (904) 630-2172 with any information.
Rewards are still available, including the $1,000 from MAD DADS.
Area continued from A-]
Development
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underscores the
15 .1 ,:o i., success of the col-
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ani0 u The top up and
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2006 range from a
Small seaport town
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antique hub in New York City. These top five areas are: (5) Sitka, Alaska (4) Enid,
Oklahoma (3) Oxford, Mississippi (2) South Bronx, New York and (1) Jacksonville,
Florida.
"It is so exciting to receive this honor, as we continue to work toward the greater
awareness and visibility of Jacksonville within the national community," said John
Reyes, President & CEO of the Jacksonville & the Beaches Convention and Visitors
Bureau. "Recognition on this .level definitely has the potential to positively influ-
ence the business and leisure travel market, while opening new eyes to the infinite
possibilities of the city.'"


Sues continued from A-1
Jose E. Martinez ruled in favor of the "Giant Killer" Willie Gary and his team, to
bring the case back to state court.
The lawsuit contends that Disney, ESPN, and other defendants made statements
that intentionally and recklessly portray Don King in a false light and create an infer-
ence and innuendo that King was dishonest and engaged in illegal activities includ-
ing physically endangering others in order to succeed in his profession.

Mistake continued from A-]
Mr. Bronner recognized that the mistake was made because he had made contact
with an in-law, who allegedly, is part of the organization being investigated. The
detective had observed him talking with his in-law on three occasions.
However, upon completion of the interview, and further investigation, it was
determined that Mr. Bronner had no involvement and the warrant was withdrawn.
Mr. Bronner will not be implicated in any manner to illegal criminal activities and
said he is glad that he is a God serving deacon with Jesus always on his side.
However, Mr. Bronner. said he would like to get the city to reimburse him for the
legal fees paid and for his lost wages.
Briefs continued from A-]

year-old singer was released from the hospital's intensive care Tuesday. It is report-
ed that she did not have health insurance. She will require speech and physical ther-
apy so arrangements are being made for a benefit concert on her behalf.

Fraternal Order Of Police Installed Officers, Honored
Two City Councilwomenr

The Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Police installed its elected officers for 2006-
2007 Friday, followed by a reception and dinner. Nelson Cuba was re-elected pres-
ident. Other officers include Robbie Freitas, Lonnie Miller, Jr., Steven Amos, David
Harvey, David Kilcrease,. C._ E. Jarrell, David Meacham Mike McCall.
Councilwomen Glorious Johnson and Pat Lockett-Felder received the "President's
Award" for outstanding service to the members of the lodge.

Aretha Franklin And Aaron Neville To Perform At Super Bowl

Aretha Franklin of Detroit, will join Aaron Neville of New
Orleans in performing the national anthem at the Superbowl,
which will be held in Detroit on.February 5th.

A Dallas Doctor Develops Slimjection
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Aretha Franklin nate fat deposits without surgery. Presently, the surgical pro-
cedure used for the same effect is Liposuction.
Dr. Raul P. Rodriguez is a Dallas cosmetic surgeon \\ho specializes in minimally
invasive procedures. His patented product, Slimjection. involves injecting small
amounts of specific medications and fat burning hormones directly into fat pockets
to melt the fat away without surgery.
He said the "payoff is a more desirable body contour with no downtime or recov-
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Youth Throughout The World Are Choosing

A Life Of Sexual Purity; This Valentine Day

Is The Third Annual Day Of Purity


ORLANDO, FL On February 14. southh around the
world \\ill celebrate the third annual Da\ of Purit\ The
DaN of Punrt\, a project of Liber13 Counsel. is designed
oir ', south of all ages \ 1ho commit to remain sexually pure
until marriage.
The Day of Puillt is designed to encourage southh to
remain sexually, pure and counter the popular message
that they should ha\ e sex earl\. often, and \ith many.
One ninth grade health textbook tells students that "test-
ing )our ability to function sexual\ and give pleasure to
another person may be less threatening in our early
teens with people of your o\\ n sex. ..You may come to
the conclusion that ro\\ ing up means rejecting the \al-
ues of your parents.
During the first two \ears of the Day of Purity. southh
from thousands of schools joined with hundreds of
organizations across America in celebrating sexual puri-
ty. The Da\ of Purity quickly spread to several foreign
countries. A list of some of the supporting organizations
is posted at Da1 OfPurirt.org.
More than 3 million American teenagers are infected
each year \ ith sexual\ transmitted diseases. Nearly\ one
million teenagers become pregnant each year.
Twenty percent of the 1.3 million abortions per-
formed each s ear in America are performed on teenagers.
Thi Day of Purir presents an opportunity for millions of
vouth to stand up for self-respect and purity.
The Da\ of Purit offers youth the opportunity to
counter that imessa.e.
The Day of Purit \w eb site. DayOfPurity.org. allo\ s
anyone to download a planning manual along with
informative flyers on a \ ariety of topics, order a Da\ of
Purity T-shirt, re\ie\ startling statistics concerning the
effect of earl\ sexual acti\ ity, and link to other \ valuable
resources.
On the Day of Purity. youth are encouraged to wear a
Day of Purity T-Shirt or \\hire clothing to symbolize sex-
ual purity. Call 1-800-671-1776 for more information.
Mathew\ Sta\er, President and General Counsel of
Liberty Counsel, said: "Thle majority of America's southh
want to be respected for \\ho the\ are instead of being
\iex\ed as sexual objects to be used or discarded at will.
Millions of young people yearn for a culture that encour-
ages sexual purity\ and self-respect. America may be
moral\ challenged, but the level of depra\ ity as por-
trayed in the media and dictated b\ judges \\ho have
turned from the moral traditions of our country is not an
accurate reflection of the state of our country. The Da\ of
Puin t is an opportunmit for young people to stand togeth-
er in respect for the human dignity\ and north h of each


indi\ idu l "


Better Chance Scholar Gets
Role In'The Lion King'


Justin Martin


NEW YORK Justin Mlartin. an A Better Chance
Scholar from Ac\\orth. Georgia, got the role of Young
Simba in Disney's landmark Broad\ ax musical "The
Lion King."
Justin. \\ho is 11 years old. applied to A Better
Chance. the national resource for identify, inn. recruit-
ing and de eloping leaders among academically gift-
ed students of color in 2004. "We kne\\ he \\as a
shining star both academically and artistically." said
Sandra Timmons. president, A Better Chance. "He
\\as accepted into our College Preparatory Schools
program follow ing a nine-month application
process."
Justin's mother. Trina Martin. said A Better
Chance helped steer Justin to the Lovett School. a
pri ate da\ school in Atlanta. "Justin's acting career
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BIa- COLLEGE

&

CAREER

CORNER
,By Rbse Rennekamp


Thinking Ahead
In The New year

Let's face it, our lives
didn't really change much
with the New Year.
In reality, there's not
much difference between
December 31st and
January 1st. But psycho-
logically, a new year is an
important time to reflect
on the past and make plans
for the future.
For most high school'
students, it's a time to
begin choosing courses for
the next school year.
For seniors, it's time
for the race to the finish
line thai they'll cross in a
fe\ months when they
receive their diplomas. '
There are specific
Things that students can
do now to make life easi-
Ser .during the coming
year. And parents can help
Them stay on course for
success.
Seniors ? Now that the
end. of high school is in
sight. it isn't the time to
Seas up on difficult course-
w ork. Students should take
challenging courses
through the spring to pre-
pare for the next step, even
if they've already been
S accepted by a college.
S Colleges notice if stu-
dents slack off during their
senior year and can even
withdraw admissions and.
scholarship offers. -
A high school diploma
doesn't necessarily mean
students are ready for col-
lege courses or job train-
ing. Both are more, diffi-
cult than many students
realize.
Help your student ana-
l ze grades and test scores.


Talk with teachers, and
find out how he can still
shore up academic weak-
nesses, particularly in the
areas that are important to
career interests.
Keep track of impor-
tant dates and deadlines.
If you haven't already
done so, complete the Free
Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA).
Pick up a copy at the
guidance office or online
at www.fafsa.ed.gov. And
remember that your stu-
dent needs to formally
accept' any offers of
acceptance and financial
aid.
Plus, there are usually
deposits that need to be
paid for tuition, housing,
etc :
Juniors need to-begin
scheduling -visits to col-
leges and should plan to
take the ACT in April or
June. They should, take
practice tests and use the
results to improve specific
skills.
Taking a college
entrance exam in the
spring gives students plen-
ty of time to take it again:
during their senior year
and work on academic
weaknesses through sum-
mer.
Your son or daughter
may have brought home a
list of courses available for
the fall.- -
Help guide them to
take challenging courses
that will help. them .later
with their college major or,
career plans.
If they're ready,. stu-
dents should take higher-
level math and science
courses such as Algebra II.
trigonometry, chemistry,


and physics. Students who
take the easy route through
high school end up paying
for it later.
Sophomores and
Freshmen ? High school
students should plan to
complete high-level cours-
es before graduation in
order to be ready for the
next step. Parents can help
by guiding students
toward these goals:
Four years of English
(grammar, composition,
literature)
*Three years of math
(Algebra 1 and higher)
Three years of social
sciences (history, govern-
ment, economics)
*Three years of science
(with lab experience)
*It almost always helps
for students to take other
courses as well, such as
two or more years of a for-
eign language, and classes
such as speech, art, music,
and computer courses.
Most of us have made
New Year's resolutions in
the past because we've
made a wrong decision
somewhere along the
line?we've stopped exer-
cising or haven't spent our
money wisely.
Now is the time of
year to help students make
good decisions so that next
New Year's Eve, they can
look back and see that it
was a year well-spent.






Rose Rennekamp is
the vice president of com-
municationsfor-ACT Sie
is a mom and has a mas-
ter's of education in guid-
ance and counseling. For
more college and career-
planning information,
visit ivwin.act.org. Have a
.question you want
answered in a future col-
umn? Send a letter to this
newspaper or e-mail Rose
atAskRose@act.org.


COLOR THIS


FOR


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Cut out and color these fun Valentine's Day
pictures.


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Unique Opportunity Available For Students With Disabilities


The Able Trust is
accepting applications
from High School juniors
and seniors with disabili-
ties for the annual Florida
Youth Leadership Forum,
which will be held from
July 20-23.
Applications are avail-
able online at www.flori-
daylf.org and the deadline
to submit the form is
Friday, february 3, 2006.
Fifty students with
wide-ranging disabilities
will be chosen as delegates
to attend the annual event
to learn how to take charge
of their future.
"This is a unique
S opportunity : for high
School juniors and seniors
with disabilities to get a
taste of independence and
learn the skills they need
to achieve their goals after
graduation," .said Kristen
.:Knapp. \ice president of
Public relations for The
Able Trust.
Students with disabili-
ties who attend YLF expe-
rience an. environment
where their disability is
not a stigma.
Through leadership
building workshops and
hands-on activities with
other young people with
disabilities. YLF partici-
pants learn about self-
advocacy. academic
resources, career options
S and how to identify the
community supports avail-
able to assist them in
reaching their goals.
Nearly every person
involved in YLF, from the
counselors to the adult
mentors, has a disability.
The event is designed
to help delegates.learn
ho\\ to break down barri-
ers to achieve their person-
al and professional goals.
In addition to the work-
shops; activities at YLF
include meetings with
S business professionals and
S elected professionals, a


tour of the State Capitol
and social events like a tal-
ent show and dance.
The students also get to


experience college campus
life while staying at a pri-
vate dormitory at Florida
State University.


FAFSA 101: What Students Need To Know
(NAPSI)-How can you find out if you're eligible for
financial aid? In a word: FAFSA.



7 JCollge

Financing
ASK THE EXPERT




The first step to financing a college education begins
with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or
FAFSA. Students must complete the FAFSA, which is
available through high school guidance offices, local
libraries or online at www.fafsa.ed.gov, and submit it
anytime after January 1 for the year in which a student is
applying for aid.
"Paying for college may not be as hard as families ini-
tially think," says Niartha Holler, spokesperson for Sallie
Mae, a leading "paying-for-college" company. "Planning
and meeting deadlines are key to the process, so college-.
bound students should complete their FAFSA before due
dates to increase their chances of getting free money to
pay for college."
Every high school graduate \ith a Social Security-
Number is entitled to free or inexpensive money, includ-
ing scholarships, grants and low-interest student loans, to
fund a college education. "Financial aid can be need-
based or merit-based," notes Holler. Even if families
think they do not qualify for financial aid, they should
still apply. she says. '
For information on the FAFSA, as well as on other
college-related resources, students and parents can visit
w-\\.CollegeAns\\er.com. The site offers a checklist to
help families gather documents needed to complete the
FAFSA, including information on income, investments
and taxes. It also provides access to a database contain-
ing more than 2.4 million scholarships worth over $15
billion in funds. In addition, users can find interacti\ve
calculators to estimate what a family may be expected to
contribute toward the cost of college.
Another resource for college-bound students and
families is Sallie Mae's "How to Pay for College- A.
Practical Guide for Families." De\eloped \ ith input and
insight from numerous financial aid administrators, the
book devotes an entire chapter to avoiding common mis-
takes when completing the FAFSA. The guide can be a
one-stop source for parents, students and guidance pro-
fessionals, offering an "insider's guide": to the entire
financial aid process. This article is one of a series of
articles on college preparation and financing from Sallie
Mae, the nation's No. I paying-for-college company.


This will be the sev-
enth year of The ABle
Trust's YLF, which is co-


sponsored by the Florida
D e v e 1 o p m e n.t a
Disabilities Council.


Scholar

(Continued From B-I)
had taken off a few years before and the Lovett School
recognized that Justin would need some flexibility to
accommodate his very busy schedule."
The acting bug bit-Justin when he was seven. His
parents enrolled him into a drama group sponsored by
their church. The acting coach immediately spotted
Justin's potential. "He urged us to get an agent." said
hrs. Martin.
That advice led the Martins to Joy Pur is. a children's
agent who had discovered Dakota Fanning and Kyle
Massey among other.famed child actors.
Purvis signed up Justin and proceeded to book him
for regional commercials and theater. But Purnis felt
Justin was destined for Hollv~\ood.
"This was a big step. and my husband and I prayed
for guidance." said Mrs. Martin. Ultimately. they took
Justin to Los Angeles in 2004 for pilot season, a five
month-period (January to May) when television produc-
ers look for fresh faces for the ne\\ TV season.
The competition is fierce as hundreds of thousands
of talented children and adults gather in LA to \ie for
parts.
Justin, who had an astonishing high call-back rate;
earned a part in one episode each in "The Bernie Mac
Show" and-"Malcolm in the Middle."
He also played Boris Kodjoe's son in the movie
"Doing Hard Time" and was featured in a national com-
mercial for Mercedes Benz.
In 2005. Justin and his mother returned to LA for
pilot season. In addition to getting a part in TV shows
"Judging Amy" and Nickelodeon's "Drake & Josh." and
a Bounty Paper Towel commercial, he caught the eye of
Disney talent scouts who invited Justin to audition for
the role of Young Simba.
Justin had seen the show in LA and several months
before his audition, his mother had taken him backstage
at the New Amsterdam
Theatre \\here "The Lion King" is currently playing
in New\ York City. "Justin stood on the stage and
announced to the empty theater. 'I'm going to be
Simba."" Mrs. Martin recalled.
In the end. Justin's confidence and talent convinced
casting agents for "The Lion King" to offer Justin the
coveted Broad\\ay role.
He is scheduled to begin performances in late
January.
Justin plans to go to college, so keeping up his grades
is very important. When he's not on stage he will be busy
doing his lessons and homework which will be supplied
by the Lovett School.
"Dreams do come true." said Justin. "I feel really
blessed."


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2006 Martin Luther King Day Parade

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The Jacksonville community gathered to celebrate the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the observance of the national hol-
iday in his honor on Monday, January 16. Civic groups, high school bands, politicians, children joined the festivities during the annu-
al MLK Parade held in downtown Jacksonville. Following the parade, citizens gathered for a picnic at Metropolitan Park and Kids
Kampus. (PHOTOS BY ANGELA LEE)


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Celebrities Take Part In First Battle


Of The Stars Youth Football Classic


By: Brandon Jacobs

Shot Out aka "Mr. Jacksonville", Gernado
Abrams of Bungi Entertainment Inc., and
Derrty Entertainment's Nelly at the 1st
Annual Battle of the Stars: Youth Football
Classic
On Saturday, January 14, celebrities like
Snoop Dogg, Nelly, Diddy, "Uncle" Luke
dCampbell and many others settled in at
Dolphins Stadium in Miami, Fla. to take part
in the inaugural Battle of the Stars Youth
Football Classic.
Upon the kickoff of the first game, the
event began to grow in size and many
celebrities appeared, such as Dee Money,
known most recently for signing the sensa-
tional Atlanta based group D4L.
Other artists included Ja Rule, Fat Joe and
Mary J. Blige, along with Bungi
Entertainment's premier artist, Shot Out, who
recently climbed the Billboard charts with his
single "Beep, Beep, Beep."
With children passing out Shot Out flyers
Throughout the event, the celebrities took the
time to take a glance at the Bungi
Entertainment van, which dedicates one side
to their non-profit organization and the other


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Shot Out aka "Mr. Jacksonville", Gernado Abrams of Bungi Entertainment Inc., and Derrty
Entertainment's Nelly at the first Battle of the Stars: Youth Football Classic.


S< to their movement, "Stop the Violence, Use your
Talents."
Surprising to many who may have attended
the event, the celebrities who attended did not
make attempts to promote themselves, but rather
they took the time out of their very busy sched-
ules to support the.children and make sure it was
about them.
Adam "Pac-man" Jones' Titans defeated the
S--Hurricanes coached by Tone of the production
team Trackmasters. Nelly's Rams were defeated
by Miami's own Trick Daddy and his Rattlers.
After a fashionable arrival, Diddy's Bad Boy
All Stars took on the legendary Snoop Dogg All
OW -l im Stars. After a back-and- forth first half, the Bad
.. Boy All Stars came out victorious. As the sun
..q .".. faded away to give way to the moon and Miami's
city lights, the Snoop Dogg All Stars compet-
ed again against Luke's Liberty City Warriors.
Snoop Dogg spends quality time with all the
children outside the locker room area, letting
N.. vat. them know he's proud of their efforts.
The event was a complete success, due large-
S, ly in part to the efforts of Mr. Micheal Huyghue,
Snoop Dogg spends quality time with all the children outside the locker room area, let- CEO of Axcess Sports & Entertainment and
ting them know he's proud of their efforts. Brodie, V.P. of Marketing.
"Mike is an exceptional man and manager to me. I thank him for his support in our 'Stop the Violence, Use you Talents' campaign; and when
he called me and told me I needed to come down, I knew this was something I had to come be a part of," said Shot Out of Bungi Entertainment.
Indeed, this event was captivating and is something that this writer is looking forward to writing about again in the future.


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Clean Kids Jokes


Silly! Silly!


Q. Why do sharks only swim in salt water?
A. Because pepper \water makes them sneeze.

Q. Why do chickens lay eggs?
A. If they drop them they break.

Q.When can you put pickles in a door?
A. when it's aiar.

Q. What do you call your father-in-law's
only child's mother-in-law?
A. Mom.

Q. Why do lions eat raw meat?
A. Because they never learned to cook.

Q. Why don't African animals play games?
A. There are too many cheetahs (cheaters).

Q. What do you call a song about a car?
A. A car tune (cartoon.

-Q. :Why "did the cookie go to the doctor?
SA-. Because he was feeling crummy!

Q, How many animals did Moses take on'the Ark?
A. None, it was Noah.-

Q. Why did the chicken cross the playground?
A. To get to the other slide

Q. Why did the fox cross the road?
A. To get the chicken.

Q. Why did the gum cross the road?
A. It was on the chicken's foot! -

Q. Why did the starfish cross the road? --
A. To get to the other tide.

-Q. Why did the turkey cross the road twice?.,.
A. To prove it was not a chicken.

Q. Why did the weasel cross the road twice? -
A. He's double crosser!-

Q. .'Why did the turtle cross the road?
SA. To get to the shell station.

Q. Why did the cow cross the road?
A.- To go to the moooovie.

Q. Why didn't the skeleton cross the road?
SA. It didn't have the guts.



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Tongue

Twister

Suddenly swersing, seven
small swans
Swam silently southward.
Seeing six swift sailboats
Sailing sedately seaward.

Thank the other three
brothers of their father's
mother's brother's side.


They both, though, have
thirty-three thick
thimbles to thaw.

Fred fed Ted bread, and Ted
fed Fred bread..

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which grows in grooves in
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KNOCK! KNOCK!


Knock Knock...
Who's There?
Aardvark
Aard% ark Who?
Aardvark a hundred miles for one of your smiles!

Knock Knock...
Who's There?
Ach
Ach Who?
Gesundtheit!

Knock Knock...
VWho's There?
Aisle
Aisle Who?
Aisle be seeing you.


Knock Knock...
Who's There?
Albee
Albee-Who? .
Albee a monkey's uncle! : '

.Knock Knock...
Who's-There? .
;Andy Green .
'Andy Green Who?
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King Award Recipient Helped


To Keep Dr. King's Dream Alive


The Honorable Joseph W. Hatchett
2006 Martin Luther King. Jr.
Humanitarian Award Honoree


A diverse audience of Jacksonville residents attended the
Martin Luther King, Jr., Humanitarian Award and Concert
on Saturday, january 14 at the Times Union Center for the
Performing Arts.
The celebration, featuring the renown Ritz Chamber


Players, was held in remembrance of the late Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr.
The Honorable Joseph W. Hatchett, a National Bar
Association Hall of Fame inductee, received the Martin
Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian award.
Hatchett, Florida's 65th Justice, was born in Clearwater,
Florida in 1932. Though Justice Hatchett's family was poor -
- his mother a maid, and his father a fruit picker-- he still
leaped the hurdles raised by racial segregation and fulfilled
his dream of becoming a lawyer.
This was no small task. The year was 1956 and Florida
still lived under the rule of Jim Crow.
As a black man, Hatchett was not eligible to enter
Florida's white law schools, so he instead won admission to
prestigious Howard University law school in Washington
D.C..
When Hatchett graduated from Howard in 1959, he still
faced one final challenge-- the Florida Bar Exam..That year
the two-and-a-half-day exam was to be given at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel in Miami, which refused accommodations for
African-Americans.
Hatchett had to stay in a black hotel quite some distance
away. Despite these hurdles, he was appointed an Assistant
United States Attorney in Jacksonville.
From 1971 until 1975, he served as a U.S. Magistrate for
the Middle District of Florida. In 1975. he was appointed by
Governor Reubin Askew to fill a vacancy on the Florida
Supreme Court-- the first black ever to serve there.
In 1976, .Hatchett achieved yet another first: Despite
racially-charged opposition, he became the first African-
American elected to statewide office in Florida and the
South %\hen voters returned him to the Court. Then in 1979,
Hatchett became the first black man appointed to the federal
appeals court for the Deep South.


Nursing Student From Jacksonville Receives

Wal-Mart Striving For Excellence Scholarship


Kristen Jones of
Jacksonville, Fla. is one of
the first recipient ofthe Wal-
Mart/UNCF Striving for
Excellence Scholarship.
Jones is a sophomore
Nursing major at Bethune-
Cookman College in
Daytona Beach, Fla.
The Wal-NMart.United
Negro College Fund
Striving for Excellence
Scholarship program targets
students \ ith unmet finan-
cial need \\ho attend one of
UNCF's 39 member histori-
cally black colleges and uni-
versities. \\ith special
emphasis given to those
UNCF schools with single-
parent programs.
The program .will pro-
vide a total of $1 million in
scholarship grants o\er the
next two years.
The \al-lart. UNCF
Striving for Excellence
Scholarship Program \%as
established 'to: address.
UNCF's goal of increasing
minority) degree attairunent.
Recent data suggests that
only 40 percent of african-
American students who
enroll in college are able to
continue through gradua-
tion, compared to 60 percent
of white students; and that
the primary cause for this


attrition is the lack of finan- direct costs of going to col-
cial aid needed for tuition lege; .
and fees, books and other It is anticipated that the


program \\ill help approxi-
mately 150 minority stu-
dents per semester.


Parents of fourth- and
fifth-grade students attend-
ing Du\al County public
elementary schools in
Region III are invited to par-
ticipate in a special program
designed to introduce them
to the middle school their
child is slated to attend.
"M ov\ing on up to
Middle School" \\ill be held
from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at three
Region III middle schools
.and will provide parents
with school information.
classroom visits and a brief
school tour. .
"We kno,\ that the tran-
sition from elementary
school to middle school is a
challenging time for parents
as well as students," said
Mar. Brown, Region III
Superintendent. "We want to
make parents feel the) are
welcome in our middle
schools and that their chil-'
dren will be in an environ-
ment that is safe and con-
duci\ e to learning."


HAPPY 51ST WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY

Bishop Arthur & Claretha Buckner
We Love You...We Appreciate You...
SWe Celebrate Your Lovel

Thank You,
From Your Children: Lavern, Vernon,
Keith, Penny and The Grandkids
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The program schedule is:
Jefferson Davis Middle
7"050 Nlelhin Road
Monday, January 30
from 6:30 7:30 p.m.
Jefferson Da\is Mliddle
feeder elementarN schools
are:
Cedar Hills. ChimneyN
Lakes, Enterprise, Gregory
Drive. Hyde Grove,
Jacksonville Heights,
Normandy Village. Sadie
Tillis. Oak Hill and
: Wesconnett .elementary
schools.
Lake Shore Middle
2519 BayN iex\ Avenue
Tuesday. January 31
from 6:30 7:30 p.m. :
Lake Shore Middle
feeder elementary schools
are:
Ba-\ iew. Fishweir. Hyde
Gro e, Hyde Park, Ortega,
Pinedale, Stock-ton Ramona
Boulevard, TTpson. Venetian
and West Ri erside elemen-
tary schools.


JEB Stuart Middle
41815 Wesconnett
Boulevard
Thursday. February 2
from 6:30 7:30 p.m.
JEB Stuart Middle feeder
elementary schools are:
Cedar Hills. Hyde
Grove, Oak Hill. Ortega.
Sadie Tillis. Stockton.
Jackson. Timucuan. Venetia
and Wesconnett elementary
schools.
Because some elemen-:
tarn schools "feed" into
more than one middle
school, parents \\ho need
infonnation on which: mid-:
die school their child is slat-
ed to attend may call the
Pupil Assignment Office at
(904) 390-2144.
Information on the
"Nlo\ing on up to Middle
School" program is avail-
able by calling the Region
III Office at (904) 858-6260.


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Ask Deanna! is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based sub-
jects!

Dear Deanna!
The holidays are over and I no longer have a need for my
boyfriend. We dated during the summer but as the New Year
rolled in I realized I don't want to be with him. The problem
is the fact he gave me some expensive gifts that I don't feel I
should return. He's selfish and I know he'll want the gifts
back if I dump him. How can I end this relationship but keep
the gifts?
Tee (Oklahoma City, OK)

Dear Tee:
You're very rude and don't have the right to discard this man like a dust cloth. You
were with this man long enough to build respect even if the relationship needs to end. You
need to close the relationship with decency and give him the courtesy of knowing why. If
he wants the gifts back, you should return them to avoid conflict. Besides, there's nothing
too expensive that you can't work hard and buy for yourself.

Dear Deanna!
I'm in a serious relationship with a prisoner. I visit him weekly and now he wants to
get married. I love him and want to be with him but I'm scared. I've never been married
and would prefer to wait for him when he gets out in 7 years. He thinks we should marry
now for benefits and income tax purposes but I don't see it that way. I don't want to lose
him but I don't want to marry him now just to keep him. What do I do?
Anonymous (Riverside, CA)

Dear Anonymous:
You need your head examined if you don't get it. He placed his desires for financial
gain on the table in plain view. It would be more acceptable if he professed faith, love and
devotion but he didn't. You need to wake up and see how crazy it is to worry about losing
someone who can't do anything for you but talk and write letters. If the love is so strong,
he'll wait for 7 years because he's not going anywhere no time soon.

Dear Deanna!
I love going to church but I'm losing my faith. Everything in my life is going wrong at
the same time. I lost my job, my girlfriend and my desire to enjoy life. I was drinking
heavy for a while and my friends left me. Now that I'm down on my luck everyone has
disappeared. How do I get myself together during a time like this because I'm really com-
ing apart. Where.do I start?
Neal (Memphis, TN)

Dear Nea:
When the enemy attacks he seeks to kill and destroy. During periods of distress, lack
of hope and the good times, you need to pray and lean on your faith like there's no tomor-
row. This is a time of life revelation and cleansing so you can trust in God as He prepares
you for a new season of blessings. At least you know who your friends are so that when
you're back on your feet you can leave them in the cold.

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Celebrating Dr. King Through Serving


"If you want to be important-wonderful. If you want
to be recognized-wonderful: If you want to be great-
wonderful. But recognize that he who is greatest among
you shall be your servant. That's a new definition of
greatness. And this morning, the thing that I like about it:
by giving that definition of greatness, it means that
everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.
You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You
don't have to make your subject and your verb agree to
serve. You don't have to know about Plato and Aristotle to serve. You don't have to
know Einstein's theory of relativity to serve. You don't have to know the second the-
ory of thermodynamics in physics to serve. You only need a heart full of grace, a
soul generated by love."
These well-known words are from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s sermon "The
Drum Major Instinct," delivered at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968.
In his sermon, Dr. King was explaining that we all start out with the ingrained
instinct to be "drum majors:" everyone wants to be important, to be first, to lead the

parade. Watch a group of children try to form a line, and right away you'll see this
instinct in action. But too many people never outgrow this instinct, Dr. King said,
and by constantly struggling to be the best and most important or wealthiest or best-
educated we forget one of the Gospels' and life's largest truths: the real path to great-
ness is through service.
It's a key lesson to remember, and it's also a key piece of what we should be
teaching our children about Dr. King. Many of them have just studied Dr. King's life
in school in the days leading up to Dr. King's birthday, and many young people have
learned to see Dr. King as a history book hero-a larger-than-life, mythical figure.
But it's crucial for them to understand Dr. King wasn't a superhuman with magical
powers. They need to be reminded he was a real person, just like all of the other min-
isters, parents, and neighbors in the community, and like the all of the familiar adults
in their lives today.
I first heard Dr. King speak in person at a Spelman College chapel service dur-
ing my senior year in college. Dr. King was just 31 but he had already gained a
national reputation during the successful Montgomery Bus Boycott five years earli-
er. He became a mentor and friend. Although I do remember him as.a great leader
and a hero, I also remember him as someone able to admit how often he was afraid
and unsure about his next step. But faith prevailed over fear, uncertainty, fatigue,
and sometimes depression. It was his human vulnerability and ability to rise above
it that I most remember. He was an ordinary man who made history because he was
willing to stand up and serve and make a difference in extraordinary ways as did the
legion of other civil rights s/heroes in the 1950s and 1960s. We need to teach our
children every day that they can and must make a difference, too. "Everybody can
be great, because everybody can serve."
Towards the end of his sermon on "The Drum Major Instinct," Dr. King told the
congregation that like many people, he sometimes thought about his own death and
funeral. He said when the day came; he didn't want people to talk about his Nobel
Prize or his degrees or hundreds of awards.-The first thing he:\\ anted someone to
say about him was "that Martin Luther King, Jr., tried to give his life serving oth-
ers." Dr. King didn't know just how soon that day would come. He was assassinat-
ed two months to the day after giving that sermon. But a recording of "The Drum
Major Instinct" was played at his funeral, and many people think of the moving
words in Dr. King's voice as his own eulogy. He knew how he \%%anted to be remem-
bered. "If I Can Help Somebody Along the Way" was his favorite song.
That is why Americans are now urged to celebrate the holiday honoring Dr. King
as "a day on, not a day off," and to use his birthday to come together for conmmuni-
ty service and action. But we shouldn't wait for the holiday to come back around to
remember and honor him this way. We can honor Dr. King's legacy best bjr serving
every day and standing together to build a movement to realize Dr. King's dream -
America's dream." : :, :
Marian Wright Edelman is President and Founder of the Children's Defense Fund
and its Action Council whose mission is to Leave No Child Behind and to ensure'
every child a Healthy Start, a Head Start, a Fair.Start, a Safe Start, and a Moral
*Start in life and successful passage to adulthood with the help: of caring families and
communities. ,


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Crist Cautions Floridians Against Flood-Damaged Vehicles


TALLAHASSEE
Attorney General Charlie
Crist today issued a con-
sumer alert cautioning
Floridians against buying
used vehicles that may have
been flood-damaged by
Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and
Wilma. As many as 600,000
vehicles throughout
Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama and Florida may
have been affected by the
storms and are now being
shipped to other states by
auto wholesalers.
A flooded car is the per-
sonal property of the owner
and it is not illegal to sell it,
but both the buyer and the


seller should be aware that
the car has been flooded.
Some sellers may try to
scam the buyer by conceal-
ing the car's water damage,
and the buyer would end up
with a car that has serious
problems caused by the
flood water.
"Citizens should be extra
careful when buying an
automobile, especially a
used car," said Crist. "By
concealing the damage,
unethical individuals can
pass a car off as a good bar-
gain, when in fact it is noth-
ing more than a water-
soaked lemon. If a deal
seems too good to be true, it


probably is."
Safety is one of the pri-
mary concerns when buying
a flood-damaged car. An
unsuspecting buyer could be
stuck with a car that does not
function properly and could
place them and their loved
ones in serious danger.
Common problems with
flood cars include engines,
anti-lock brake systems and
airbag systems that may
malfunction, ruined electri-
cal components and mold
and mildew throughout the
air conditioner and heating
systems.
Several services are
available for consumers and


auto dealers to check
Vehicle Identification
Numbers (VINs) to help
determine if a particular
vehicle has a flood-damage
record.
The National Insurance
Crime Bureau has compiled
a database of vehicles affect-
ed by the hurricanes, which
can be searched by the pub-
lic free of charge.
The database is available
at www.nicb.org. Carfax is
also helping protect unsus-
pecting buyers by making
all of its flood information
available to consumers and
dealers free of charge at
-www.carfax.com/flood.


Florida Community College North Campus Art Gallery

Exhibiting Jacksonville Consortium Of African-American Artists


An exhibit featuring the
unique work of members of
the Jacksonville Consortium
of African-American artists
will continue through
February 21 at the Florida
Community College North


Campus Art Gallery located
at 4501 Capper rd.
SThe exhibit, free to the
public, open Monday-Friday
beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Closing times are at 10:00
p.m. on Mondays and


Wednesday, 9:00 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursdays, and
Friday at 5:00 p.m. The
exhibit is closed on the
weekend. The exhibit fea-
tures the work of Solomon
Dixon, Overstreet Ducasse,


Annelies M. Dygraaf,
Marsha Hatcher, Gil
Mayers, Suzanne Shine
Pickett, Princess Simpson
Rashid, Suzzette Solano,
Roosevelt Wilson .III, and
John wise.


Region VI Parents Invited To School Meeting; Goal

Is To Empower Parents ans Strengthen School Ties


Region IV school admin-
strators are hoping that at
least 600 parents will come
out on Thursday, February 9,
for a parents' community
meeting for the region's
schools.
Parents of students at
Ribault and Raines high
schools and Butler, Paxon,
Gilbert and Ribault middle
schools are invited to come
.and be encouraged,


informed, empowered and
involved in helping the
schools continue to improve
academic achievement for
every student every day.
The meeting will be held
at Butler Middle School,
900 Acorn St., from 6-7:30
p.m. Transportation is avail-
able.
The program will begin
in the auditorium. Breakout
sessions wil be held in sev-


eral classrooms. The evening
will end with dinner in the
cafeteria.
In addition to receiving,
practical and important
information on helping their
children and the region VI
schools to excel, parents will
be eligible for door prizes.
The school with the
largest number of parents
attending also will win a tro-
phy.


Entertainment will be
provided by bands, dance
groups and choruses from
the region VI schools.
Speakers will. include
Superintendent Joseph
Wise, region VI
Superintendent, Steve Hite,
Region VI Director Lloyd
MNartin and Butler Middle
School Principal
Nongongoma Majova-
Seane.


Effort Launched To Outlaw Misuse


Of Consumers' Cell Phone Records


A bipartisan group Qof
U.S. Senators led by
Florida's Bill Nelson have
moved to outlaw the sale of
telephone records w without
consumer's knowledge,a
practice that worries privacy
experts and law enforcement
agencies.
New legislation, intro-
duced by Nelson and five


other senators, wold make it
a crime to steal and sell
records for cell:phones, tra-
ditional landlines and
Internet-based telephones.
The bill would criminal-
ize the act of making false
statements to obtain a cus-
tomer's phone record or
accessing records ointhe
Internet wiithoth permission.


It also would become a
crime for a phone company
employee to sell customer
data without permission.
Among those sponsoring
the bill with Nelson are sen-
ate Judiciary Chairman
Arlen Specter. A
Pennsylvania Republican.
and Charles Schumer of ne%\
York ,


Bronson Announces Arrest In


SCommercial Dumping Case


Florida Agriculture and
: Consumer Services
Commissioners Charles H.
SBronson announced the
arrest of two North Florida
men in a commercial dump-
ing case.
Concerned citizens
Observed a dump bed truck
belongingg to Budget Tree
Surgeons back into the edge
of the woods on jennings
SState Forest in Clay County
last august and dump what
was later determined to be,
more than 6,000 pounds of
debris.:
Subsequent investigation
by Bronson's Law
Enforcement Office identi-
Sfled Maurice Mullis, Jr. and
Alan Green as the driver and
occupant of the truck.
Mullis, 41, and Alan
Green, 25, both of
NMiddeburg. were charged.
With "commercial dumping
in excess of 500 pounds"--
athird-degree felony.
The. :! department's"
Division of Forestry man-
ages about 1 million acres of
forest property within the
S state, which is open to pub-
lic use. for a variety of recre-
ational opportunities.
S The department's


The department's Office
of Agricultural LAw
enforcement works w ith the
Division of Forestry and
other agencies to protect
these natural resources from'
abuse and misuse.
Bronson encourages any


citizen who witnesses
dumping in or destruction of
any state forest' property to
report it at once to his
department's toll-free hot-
line at 1-800-HELP-FLA (1-
800-435-7352).


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The bill would have to
go through Specter's com-
mittee as well as the com-
merce panel on -which
Nelson serves.
Nelson, an outspoken
pritacN advocate who is
leading the charge in the
Senate to regulate informa-
tion brokers after huge secu-
rity breaches last year, said:
"this is a simple matter of
consumer privacy. I feel
strongly that sensitive per--
sonal information, including
our cell phone records.
should be protected from the
eyes of strangers."
Reps. Marsha Blackburn,
a Tennessee Republican, and
Jay Inslee, a washington
Democrat, plan to offer sim-
ilar legislation in the U.S..
House of Representatives
when it' returns later this
month.
There are more than 200
million cell phone sub-
scribers who Could be poten-
tial victims, according to a'
wireless industry organiza-
tion.


Crist said consumers and
dealers should be wary of
someone trying to sell a car
for well below the retail
value. One obvious sign is a
moldy smell from the seats
and carpeting, although.
determined ripoff artists can
conceal this through new
carpeting and interior com-
ponents.

Wilson Pickett

Dies Of Heart

Attack At 64
NEW YORK Wilson
Pickett, the soul pioneer best
known for the fiery hits
"Mustang Sally" and "In The
Midnight Hour," died of a
heart attack Thursday in a
Reston, Va., hospital,
according to his manage-
ment company. He was 64.
Chris Tuthill of the man-
agement, company Talent
Source said Pickett had been
suffering
S from
health
problems
for the

y e a r
Wilson Pickett Pickett
lived in Ashburn, Va.
"He did his part. It was a
great ride, a great trip, I
loved him and I'm sure he
\\as well-loved, and I just
hope that he's given his
props." Michael Wilson
Pickett, the singer's son, told
WRC-TV in Washington
after his death.
Pickett -- known as the
"Wicked Pickett"-- became
a star with his soulful hits in
the 1960s. "In the Midnight
Hour" made the top 25 on
the Billboard pop charts in
1965 and "Mustang Sally"
did the same the following
year.
"A fello\ Detroiter,
Wilson Pickett was one of
the greatest soul singers of
all time," Aretha Franklin
said in a statement. "He \\ill
absolutely be missed. I am
thankful that I got the
chance to speak to him not
too long ago."
Pickett was defined by
his raspy voice and passion-
ate delivery. But the
Alabama-born Pickett got
his start singing gospel
music in church. After mo\-
ing to Detroit as a teen, he
joined the group the
Falcons, which scored the
hit "I Found a Love" with
Pickett on lead %ocals in
1962.
He went solo a year later.
and would soon find his
greatest success. In 1965. he
linked with legendary soul
producer Jerry Wexler at the
equally legendary soul label
Stax Records in Memphis.
and recorded one of his
greatest hits, "In the
Midnight Hour," for Atlantic
Records. A string of hits fol-
lowed, including "634-
5789,'! "Funky Broadway"
and "Mustang Sally." His
sensuous soul was in sharp
contrast to the genteel soul
songs of his Detroit counter-.
parts at Motown Records.
Roger Friedman, a jour-
nalist and friend who fea-
tured Pickett in his 2002
documentary on soul greats,
"Only the Strong Survive,"
said Pickett was "really


Atlantic's answer to James
Brown." "He wrote his own
songs ... he was very, very
musical adept, and look at
his contribution-- look how
many songs of his songs
have been covered?"
Friedman told The
Associated Press.
.


Sand, silt and salt under
the carpeting is another indi-
cation that the car may be a
flood car.
Buyers should also check
the engine compartment,
trunk, and inner doors for
silt and be aware of any
electrical problems that
recur or change on a daily
basis.


DEATH

NOTICES
ALLEN-Travnois
Marquais, 21, died January
12, 2006.
BAKER-Woodrow P., 90,
died January 14, 2006.
BALDWIN-Juanita, died
January 11, 2006.
BRANDON-Jeffrey J.,
died December 1, 2005.
A.B. Coleman Mortuary,
Inc.
BRIDGES-Moses J., died
January 9, 2006.
CANADY-Willie Mae,
died January 11, 2006.
CARN-Ronald Wesley
Cam, died Jauary 13, 2006.
CHAMBERS-Joseph, died
January 9, 2006.
CHERRY-Bobbie, died
January 15, 2006.
COLPATRESIA-Sarah,
48, died January 12, 2006.
COTTON-Catherine, died
January 10, 2006.
GRANT-Derold, died
January 1, 2006.
GREEN-Lottie Mae, died
January 13, 2006.
HALL-Marcus Dewayne,
died January 13, 2006.
HOLLAND-Joseph. died
January 11, 2006. 'A.B.
Coleman Mortuary. Inc.
JONES-Linda Bryant. died
.ianuar. 10. 2006.
JONES-Frank Daniel,: Jr.,
53, died January 16, 2006.
KILPATRICK-Sarah, .48,
died January 12. 2006.
LAWRENCE-Corine D.
Seay. died Januar'y 13,
2006.
LEWIS-David. jr., died
January 16, 2006.
LITTLE-Willie Eugene.
died January 10, 2006.
LOGAN-Catherine. died
January 11 2006.
LONG-Annie, died January
14. 2006.
MlAHONE-Michael, 32,
died december 30, 2005.
Alphonso West Mortuary,
Inc.
MARSHALL-Lillie, died
January 10. 2006.
M ITCHELL-Stevon, died
January 12, 2006.
NIOBLEY-Essie, died
January 15, 2005. A.B.
Coleman Mortuary, Inc.'
PORTER-Johnnie Mae,
66, died January 9, 2006.
RANSOM-Johatha'n
Taylor, infant, died January
8, 2006.
It4TCLI FF-Vickie, died
January 16, 2006. a.B.
Coleman Mortuary, Inc.
RICKS-Ralph Tyrone, 52,
died January 6, 2006.
RILEY-Gwendolyn D.,
January 13, 2006.
ROBERTS-Mary Green,
died January 17, 2006.
ROBINSON-Noah, died
January 2006.
SAMUELS-Bernard, died
January 15, 2006. A.B.
Coleman Mortuary, Inc..
SULLIVAN-Chris, died
January 16, 2006.
WALKER-Louse S., died


January 9, 2006.
WHITTY-Edna, died
January 11, 2006. A.B.
Coleman Mortuary, Inc.
WILLIAMS-Rafhael, died
January 10, 2006.
YOUNG-Willie Frank,
died January 13, 2006.


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JANUARY21, 2006


Lou Rawls, The UNCF Icon With


The Smooth Voice, Dead at 72


Lou Rawls


Lou Rawls, the man
from the Southside of
Chicago, died last Friday.


He was 72.
Rawls was a true com-
munity activist and
apparently believed that
education is the key since
he put so much of his
energy in the United
Negro College Fund, the
organization created to
help students at histori-
cally black colleges and
universities. He had been
admitted to the hospital
for lung and brain cancer.
We knew him for his


smooth voice rather
singing or talking. And
even if you are not a beer
lover, you knew it had
something going for it
when you would hear
Rawls say, "When you've
said Budweiser, you've
said it all,"
His voice, his sounds
were unmistakable and
you could not help but
give him total respect as
you watched him perform
and host the United Negro


National Conference Calls On Federal, State,
And Local Officials To Halt 'Lynching For Land'

The 1st National Conference on African American Farmers and Our Land Legacy" will
be held on January 26-29, 2006 at the Holiday Inn Select-Memphis Airport.
Dr. Clenora Hudson-Weems, CEO and National Conference Chair, definitive Till author-
ity and author of Emmett Till: The Sacrificial Lamb of the Civil Rights Movement (1994),
has issued an urgent call to stop the on-going theft of Black owned land and lynching of
Black farmers.
She said, "This escalating struggle evokes the legacy of Till, the 14-year-old lynching
victim. Yesterday it was Till, today it is Black farmers and victims of the Katrina Disaster,
evidencing the on-going oppression of Black people a Till Continuum.
She said there has been documented 107 land takings in 13 Southern and Border States
and a significant number are under current litigation. Today, African Americans own approx-
imately 1.1 million farmland acres whereas, according to the 1910 U. S. Agriculture Census,
African Americans owned more than 15 million farmland acres; representing the loss of
3,000 acres of Black owned farm land per week.
Daughters of Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali will be there to make an announcement
regarding their fight. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney of Georgia and Congressman
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Approval For NFL Draft


Reggie Bush


Savannah State's Darwayne Smith tries to get a hand on
the ball as Florida's Walter Hodge (15) gets in first dur-
ing basketball play during the first half Wednesday,
January 18, in Gainesville, Fla. Florida 113-56. (AP
Photo/Phil Sandlin)


LenDale White


Vince Young Darnell Bing


Michael Williams II Named MEAC


NEW YORK Reggie
Bush and Vince Young were
among 48 underclassmen
approved Thursday by the
NFL to enter the draft.
Southern California's
Bush,
the AP
Player
-t 8 of the
Year and
Heisman
Trophy
winner,
*44. a' a n d
Winston Justice Young,
who led Texas to the nation-
al championship, are expect-
ed to go early in the first
round on April 29.
Four
o f
BUsh's
team-
mates--
running j
bac k


White, defensive back
Darnell Bing, tackle
Winston Justice and guard
Fred Matua -- also left
school early for the NFL.
Other notables who
declared for the draft were
North Carolina State DE
Mario Williams; running
backs Maurice Drew of
UCLA, Brian Calhoun of
Wisconsin and Laurence
Maroney of Minnesota;
wide receivers Santonio
Holmes
of Ohio
State
a n d
Devin
Hester

Miami;
a n d
Devin Hester defen-
sive backs Ashton Youboty
of Ohio State: and Ko
Simpson of South Carolina.


Men's Basketball Player Of The Week LenDale xtortionist y2
Sheffield Extortionist Gets 27 Months


Michael Williams, II


VIRGINIA BEACH, Va.
- 006) Bethune-Cookman
College men's basketball
player Michael Williams II


has been named this week's
Mid-Eastern Athletic
Conference (MEAC) Player
of the Week.
Williams, .a 6-foot-7,
210-pound junior from
College Park, Ga.
(Benjamin E. Mays HS),
collected two double-double
performances last week
through three (3) games for
the Wildcats, beginning with
a conference victory against
Morgan State. In that game,
Williams scored 12 points
and ripped down 12
rebounds. all while handing
out three assists, posting two
blocked shots and pulling in


three steals on defense.
He went on to pour in a
team second-best 28 points
and 10 rebounds on a blister-
ing 9-for-12 shooting touch
from the floor against con-
ference opponent South
Carolina State. In helping
the Fighting Wildcats to a
81-71 upset of the Bulldogs,
Williams recorded 10
rebounds for his sixth dou-
ble-double of the 2005-06
campaign-and his 11th over-
all since arriving at B-CC as
a freshman. Mixed in
between those two games,
Williams earned 11 points
and six rebounds against


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Michael Williams II has
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Wildcats all season long,
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CHICAGO A Chicago man who tried to blackmail
New York Yankees slugger Gary Sheffield and his wife by
claiming to have a video showing her having sex with R&B
singer R. Kelly was sentenced Wednesday to more than two
years in prison. Derrick Mosley, 39, a self-styled minister
and community activist, was sentenced to 27 months, but
will get more prison time later because he was on probation
for bank fraud at the time of the alleged extortion.
Mosley maintained throuthoiut the case that he had not
meant to blackmail anyone and that he had been misunder-
stood when he offered to provide Sheffield's wife, DeLeon
Richards-Sheffield, with personal counseling. "I'm sorry it
got to this point, given my track record with the conmuuni-
ty," he told federal Judge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan. Prosecutor
Clarence Butler brushed such claims aside. "The jury didn't
misunderstand," Butler said. "The jury con\ icted him of all
four counts."
Mosley was convicted Nov. 15 of t\o counts of extortion
and two counts of wire fraud for plotting to extort money
from Sheffield and his wife. Prosecutors said Mosle\ asked
for $20,000 in return for destroying a tape that he claimed
showed DeLeon Richards-Sheffield ha\ ing sex with Kelly
before she married Sheftield. Sheffield said in a statement
released at the time of Mosley's arrest that his wife "had a
long-term relationship \ith a well-known professional
singer over 10 years ago."


GAINESVILLE, Fla. -
T h e
Florida
A & M,
Men's
Track






pusTeam.
Coach Rey Robinsons
opened
its' '2006
Brandon t Ind or50
West seia s1o n
h e r e,
Sunday with a solid per-
formance overall in the
Florida Intercollegiate
Indoor Meet in the.Stephen
O'Connell Center on the
University of Florida cam-
pus. .
Coach Rey Robinson's
crew picked up two firsts, as
Brandon West won the 5000
meters in 16:26.88, while


Rod Peterson won the 400
meter dash in 49.32 seconds,
finishing just ahead of team-
mate Stanley Suber (49.71).
Peterson also finished ninth
in the 55 meter hurdles in
7.91 seconds.
Other top performances
of note for FAMIU included
Brian Griffith running sixth
in the 800 meters (1:55.42);
.Chris Hargrett.placing sev-
enth in the 200 meter dash
(22.03) and a pair of Top 10
finishes by Jermond Smith
(7th 7.17 meters) and
Edwisht Olmann (10th -
6.70 meters) in the long
jump, plus two more by the
duo in the triple jump by
Olmann (3rd 15.23 meters)
and Smith (5th 14.69).
FAMU MEN'S FIN-


ISHERS AT 2006 Florida
Intercollegiate Indoor
Track Meet
*5000 MT\eter Run: Brandon
West (1st), 16:27.88. ,.55
Meter Hurdles: Rod Peterson
(9th), 7.91.. 400 Meter Dasl:
Rod Peterson (lst), 49.32;
Stanley Suber (2nd), 49.71;
Stephen James (llth), 51.99;
Tim Vidal (22nd), 54.14;
Omari Crawford (23rd),
54:71. .800 Meter Run: Brian
Griffith (6th), 1:55.42; Enck
Ward (14th), 2:02.02. *200
Meter Dash: Chris Hargrett
(7th), 22.03; Todd Brigman
(20th), 23.57. *Long Jump:
Jermond Smith (7th), 7.17m
(23-06.75); Edwisht Olmann
(10th), 6.70m (21-11.75).
*Triple Jump: Edwisht
Olmann (3rd), 15.23m;\
Jermond Smith (5th), 14.69m.


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munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.

Pastor Alexie Kelly


Behind Bars Again

The Rev. Alexie Kelly,
pastor of Little Rock Baptist
Church has violated his pro-
bation and is back in the
Duval County jail, without
? bond.


.. Rev. Kelly.was original-
-M ly arrested for having con-
sefisual sex with a 13-year-
old girl that attended his
church. Some of the mem-
bers learned of the affair,
even though Kelly claimed
it was over, it was reported
to authorities and the minis-
ter was arrested.
Rev Alexie KellyAt his hearing, he was
sentenced to six months jail time and three years probation.
His probation required him to avoid contact with the girl.
The girl's mother and members of the church felt their
pastor would be able to handle his probation and pleaded
with the court to allow him to come back to lead them.
After the relationship was disclosed, several churches
invited Rev. Kelly and his wife to speak at their programs or
services and according to his members, he continued his
work to help build the church and their congregation
increased.
It was learned that the pastor had not totally avoided the
teenager during a counseling session in addition to not main-
taining the court's curfews. Kelly was therefore arrested.

Neighbors Argue, One Is Shot

They lived in the same
block of Joffre Drive but
could not get along. Kevin
Lamar Drew, 27 and Larry
Felton White Jr., 24 had an .
argument when neighbors
heard gunshots.
It is not known ,what start-
ed the problem but it is known
that White has been arrested '
and awaiting a hearing. This
is White's second offense. He Larry Felton White Jr.
experienced a juvenile arrest for robbery in 1998.

Baby's Father Is Killed By

SMother's Friend Of Seven Years
I Jacksonville police respond-
ed to a shooting on South Lane
Avenue and found Shawn
Kelsey lying dead in front of an
apartment. He had suffered
three gunshot wounds, one to
the leg and two to the head.
i Witness reported hearing three
Sgunshots and seeing a black
female and male running from
thescene. The door tothe apart-
iment was closed but had a gun-
,e ;M shot hole in it and two-shell cas-
Elmer H.Moore ing on the ground next to the


victim's body.
\\ien the officers located the resident of the apartment.


she was at work and said that prior to going to work, her
friend of seven years (Elmer H. "Pac"Moore) came to visit
and while e he was there, her baby's daddy Sha\\n Kelsey
knocked. She said opened the door, asked Kelsey to leave
and closed the door.
S He did not leave and while she was getting her things to
go; to work, she heard a gunshot and observed the- ictimr
holding his'leg. As she walked to her car, she heard another
S shot and observed Moore standing o\ er Kelsey.
The two of them drove away and she then asked the sus-
Spect to get out of her car. She proceeded to work and took
no further steps until the police department contacted her.
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Your Weekly Horoscope

(JANUARY 21, 2006-JANUARY 27, 2006)


full of romance and exciting
roadside distractions. Friday
and Saturday, your enthusiasm
hasn't let up a bit, and Sunday
is about you and you-know-
who. (Some advice: Don't
cling.)
SVirgo (August 23 -
September 22) Your restless-
ness on Monday and Tuesday is
useful. It's due to an unquench-


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) On Monday, you
are a turtle entirely uncomfort-
able with the idea
of sunlight, and
.Tuesday is a stay-
inside-your-shell
kind of day, too. It won't be

until midweek that you'll be
ready for the outside world,
although then you'll be ready
with a vengeance. Wednesday
and Thursday see you march-
ing boldly forward, introducing
yourself to strangers, putting
foreign foods into your gullet,
and being generally pioneering.
On Friday and Saturday you
have to slow down a bit for
career reasons (you can't come
across as too hasty in that realm
right now), but. Sunday you'll
stretch your legs again.
Taurus (April 20 May
20) You wish you could take
things lightly on
Monday and
'' Tuesday but that
Just isn't your per-
sonality right now.
Everything is significant.
Emotions are intense. You may
feel a surge of jealousy over
something it's ridiculous-to be
jealous about. Wednesday and
Thursday, practice not coming
Across as righteous -- and not
feeling righteous. Modesty
should be your modus operan-
di. Don't take your friends for
granted; remind them how
much they mean to you. B:y,
Friday you'll be feeling more
comfortable in your own skin
(and in your social standing)
and this comfort will last into
the weekend.
Gemini (May 21 June
21) Health is at top of your
mind on Monday.
The slightest hint of
a symptom sends
you searching, the
Internet for information about
what may be going on. Little
may be going on at all; but
interest in your well-being is-,
you know, a healthy interest.
Tuesday you're observant of
your body as well as other
areas; you are a detective'.
Wednesday and Thursday see
you probing deeply. Friday,;
unfortunately, is a day of more
.questions than answers and
Saturday yields little in the way
of new discoveries, but on
Sunday someone says some-
thing that suddenly makes a
week's worth of clues come
together.
Cancer (June 22- July
22) The ship is rocking ,and
heaving and throwing.you all
around. You're in no
position to sit down
I and sign something
-- your signature
would just slide off
the page. This is what Monday
and Tuesday are like. By
Wednesday, the ship will ha\e
Steadied a bit, but rather than be
overly ambitious, you should
invest your energy in yourself,
do something self-nurturing
The idea of being social isn't
very appealing on Thursday,
and Friday and Saturday are/
stay-at-home days as :well. In
dealing with others on Sunday,
be as flexible as possible.
Leo (July 23 August
22) To figure put, what's
going on in the garden, some-
times you have to
uproot everything ...- *
and take a look at I
the soil. Monday I
.and Tuesday, the
situation below the surface is '
finally getting some of your
attention. Sound boring?,
Perhaps. But Wednesday and
Thursday are the exact opposite
of.boring -- the are fiery, fun,
cruising-down-the-highway-
with-the-top-down sort. of days,


wonderful days, and Sunday
finds you babbling excitedly
about the future.
Aquarius (January 20
- February 18) The thoughts
you have about your career at
the start of the week
are good thoughts w
to be having,
healthy thoughts to


able intellectual
curiosity, and intel-
lectual curiosity --
*' obviously -- is what
has led to the
advances that the modem
world is built on in terms of sci-
ence, philosophy and the arts.
You're a genius! Sadly, some
forces (probably in the family
realm) are going to prevent you
from making good on your
genius .Wednesday and
Thursday, but Friday and
Saturday are open to your cre-
ative whims. And Sunday, an
experimental mood guides your
day, so be open to anything.
Libra (September 23 -
October :23)
Money makes the
world go 'round,
they say, and it's
certainly all you
can think about on Monday and
Tuesday. Not that you're think-
ing like a greedy person, you're
just thinking. What are things
worth? What do you want to do
with your money? These ques-
tions deserve as much consid-
eration as you're willing to
invest in them -- maybe a con-
versation along these lines
would interest a friend on
Wednesday or Thursday.
Friday and Saturday find you a
bit down about something in
your past, but a jolt of romance
on Sunday brings you very
much back to the present.
Scorpio (October 24 -
November 21) Rebirth and
regeneration' are
key themes at the
beginning of the
week. The old
leaves are. being
replaced by new ones (at least
metaphorically, since it's still
the middle of winter). You feel
more connected to your friends
and they feel more connected
to you, as will be obvious on
Wednesday and, well, every
day after that this week. You
find yourself doing things you
wouldn't normally do on your
own on Thursday. On Friday
and Saturday everyone you
know is simply in a great mood
-- these are rare,, wonderful
times. Problems at home or
with your family might arise
Sunday, be open-minded.
Sagittarius (November
22 -December 21) It's okay
to be moody on
Monday. and
Tuesday. Try not to .
be moody: around
other people. if you
can help it, but don't beat your-
self up for your feelings. And.
besides. by Wdnesday, every-
thing will go. on the;upswing
and stay that way. Thursday
will be':a jovial da\. 'too.-
Bringing your lunch to work on
Friday is a smart idea -- as the
:week winds to a close, strate-
gies for financial shrewdness
figure into your thoughts -- and
Saturday, even though you
want to go shopping, rot doing
so is: a much. better plan.
Communication and create\ ity
define Sunday.
'Capricorn (December.
22 January 19'You have a
decision to make on Monday or
STuesday, and you
'I ; have tons of friends
,' % who can ihelp'you
make it. Rely on
them more than you usually
might (after all, you've sur-
round yourself with smart peo-
ple; they know of what they
speak). Certain things might
not seem possible on
Wednesday or Thursday, but
they are possible -- so long as
you persevere and don't opt. out
(emotionally) too early on. On
the other hand, keep your emo-
tions in check and as separate,
as possible from tasks at hand.
Friday and Saturday are truly


Do they have your best inter-
ests at heart? No sense getting
paranoid, but pay attention this
week -- especially on
Wednesday and Thursday.
Friday has you so surrounded
by friends that there's very little
chance anyone would be able
to sneak up on you, and
Saturday (an easy day) and
Sunday (an intellectually stim-
ulating day) offer a lot. in the
way of pleasure.


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DUI Driver Turned Himself

In For Manslaughter Charges

On January 12. 2006, Charles Edward Patterson went
to the Bay Street Police Department and turned himself
in:for an accident he was involved in on December 4,
2005.
Patterson was driving a 1995 Chevrolet Subuiban on
Firestone Road and attempted to make a left turn onto
Wheat Road when he -impacted a Ford Taurus where
Nora Katherine Gilbert, who was eight months pregnant
was a passenger. ,
Mhs. Gilbert was the front seat passenger'of the Ford.
Even though an eight month fetus is viable, it too died as
a result of the injuries received in the crash. Patterson
had been drinking and the cause of the accident was con-
tributed to him because he failed to give the right of way
to the driver of the Ford.

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be having. You are an ambi-
tious, goal-oriented person,
and while this sometimes pro-
duces stress in your life, in the
long run you will have some-
thing to show for it. Try to.
relieve some of this stress on
Wednesday or Thursday with a
social activity, or better yet
several social activities. Friday
and Saturday will return you to
the business of keeping your
head down and getting things
done. But Sunday? You haven't
felt more brilliant (or, more
attractive) in a while.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20) You
are swimming in
cloudy waters on .
Monday and
Tuesday, and some
of the fish nearby are starting
to appear suspiciously more
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The estimated budget for the first term, of this project (July 1, 2006 through
September 30, 2006) is $160,000. The first term of the contract shall be for three
(3) months with the option for three one-year renewal terms (October 1, 2006,-
September 30, 2007, October 1, 2007 September 30, 2008, and October 1, 2008
- September 30, 2009).

A MANDATORY pre-proposal conference is scheduled for 10 a.m., Wednesday,
February 1, 2006, St. Johns River Water Management District, 4049 Reid Street
Palatka, FL 32177

The pre-proposal conference is intended to provide Proposers the opportunity
to receive clarification of any requirement of this Request For Proposal. The
District will only accept Proposals from those attending the pre-proposal con-
ference.

District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:00 a.m., March 9, 2006, to
evaluate and rank Proposals. Staffs recommendation will be presented to the
Governing Board at fts May 9, 2006, meeting.I I

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested through Sharon
Whitener, CPPB, Contracts Administrator or by calling (386) 329-4460 (TDD), at
least five (5) business days before the date needed.
INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO THE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties respond to
the solicitation below by 5:00 p.m., February 1, .006. Further information Is
available through DemandStar by Onvia at www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-
1712], or the District's website at www.sjrwrmd.com. Solicitation packages may
be obtained from DemarfdStar by Onvia or the District by calling Wendy L. Miller,
CPPB, Sr. Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-4118.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NUMBER SJ459RA
LOWER ST. JOHNS RIVER BASIN TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FA~CILI-
TATION AND BASIN PROJECT PLANNING
To provide facilitation and support to the Lower St. Johns River Basin (LSJRB)
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) in their role of coordinating the technical
matters of the LSJR restoration Incl~ding: water quality sampling and analysis;
river health assessments; and revision of the basin's Surface Water
Improvement a nd Management (SWIM) plan.
The estimated budget for the first term (March 2006 through September 30,
2006) of this project is $70,000. The contract may be renewed, for two (2) addi-
tional twelve (12) month terms.
District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:00'a.m., February 110,12006,
to evaluate and rank Letters of Interest. Staffs recommendation will be present-
ed to the Governing Board at its March 7, 2006, meeting.

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested through Wendy L.
Miller, CPPB, Sr. Contracts Administrator or~by calling (386) M-94450 (TDD), at
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On The Red Carpet At The People's Choice Awards


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By Rych McCain

The stars turned
out in force for the
32nd Annual PEO-
PLE'S CHOICE
AWARDS, held at the
famed Shrine
Auditorium in Los
Angeles. This show
has a particular, spe-
cial meaning to the
nominees and winners
because the votes
come directly from
"you," the viewing
audience which leads
to a question. Why
were all of the win-
ners in every category
white? Does this
mean that people of
did not vote? If they
did vote, what were
their percentages
when compared to
white voters? The
voters of color either
did not vote or if a
microscopic amount
did vote, are we to
believe that they all
neglected their own in
favor of white artists?
Why do they call it
the "People's
Choice," when clearly
only one type of"peo-


pie," are benefiting?
Hollywood is still in
the business, of being
Hollywood!
The red carpet
reflected the same sen-
timent as the show,
almost no people of
color. Plus they rudely
turned off the red car-
pet lights early to force
people inside to start
the show. This left
some of the later arriv-
ing guests showing
their finery for them-
selves in the dark and
the photographers kept
shooting. It was a bar-
rage of bright strobe
lights coming from a
sea ,of blackness.
If you could call it a
"non-White," high-
light; comedian
George Lopez cracked
on singer/actress
Jessica Simpson to a
mixed reaction from
the crowd. For the
winner's list, check out
the People's Choice
Awards online.
Photos Andre' B. Murray/
"Bern" Agency Photos


Wa su In Soy oS


By Rych McCain

Pennsylvania
Governor Ed Rendell
signed an execution war-
rant last week clearing
the way for the execution
of Philly rapper
Christopher "Cool "
Roney on March 9.
Roney was convicted of
first-degree murder in
the shooting death of
police officer Lauretha


Vaird, the first female
police officer of the
Philadelphia police
department to die in the
line of duty. Rony was
part of a botched bank
robbery that included fel-
low rapper Warren
"Steady B" McGlone and
a third, accomplice. Rony
was a member of the
Hilltop Hustlers who help
put Philly rappers on the
map with their 80's hit


"Glamorous Life."
Actress/Activist Holly
Robinson Peete and hus-
band Rodney Peete, for-
mer NFL quarterback and
current host of the "Best
Damn Sports Show
Period," will host
"Gridiron Glamour
2006," during Super Bowl
Weekend in Detroit on
Feb. 4 at the Ritz Carlton
in Dearborn, Michigan.
Wassup continued on D-8


Awards continued on D-4


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Whassup continued from D-1
The fashion show/benefit
brunch will feature an A-
list of celebrities from the
sports and entertainment
sectors and will benefit
breast cancer awareness
and education.
Queen Latifah was
honored with a star on the
Hollywood Walk of Fame
on Hollywood Boulevard
last week. Her star is the
2,298th to be added. She
is now immortalized with
the other greats on that
famed strip-congrats and
you go girl!
Tristan & Isolde (20th
Century Fox Pictures)


stars James Franco,
Sophia Myles, Rufus
Sewell and David Patrick
O'Hara. The fable of
Tristan and Isolde is. a
myth from the dark ages
of England which took
place after the fall of the
Roman Empire around the
fifth century AD. Little is
known about that time
period because no records
were kept. In reality, after
the Romans left, the
English tribes and all of
greater Europe slipped
backwards into total bar-
barism.
The Romans brought
to the area culture and civ-
ilization that they them-


selves had been taught by
the wise black African
Coptic Priests -from
Kemet (later known' as
Egypt, a name given to it
by the invading Greeks).
Between 500 and 700 AD
i.e., during the dark ages,
It wasn't until the black
Moors invaded Europe
around 705 AD that civi-
lization was restored to
Europe.
Of course Hollyweird
won't give you those
facts! If you need, check
out the Moors at your
local Afro-centric book-
store and read the facts for
yourself. Now back to our
film. James Franco was a


very likeable Tristan. The
ladies (those into his type)
will swoon over him. He
masterfully displayed a
perfect mix of bravery,
warrior skills, charm, sen-
sitivity, and sexiness
throughout the entire film.
I see superstar sex symbol
written all over him!
Sophia Myles equally
held her own as Isolde.
She spun the audience
through an essentic web.
of expression and feeling
via the many situations
she had to endure from the
loss of her mom during
her childhood to her dom-
ineering king father and
her person as a prize to a


man she did not love.
Rufus Sewell as Lord
Marke the English King
and David Patrick O'Hara
as the Irish King
Donnchadh were force-
fully effective in their
.roles. They provided the.
good vs. evil back and
forth highlights that
brought balance, intrigue
and flavor throughout the
entire film. If you are into
the period films and love
stories, you will enjoy this"
film.
Maat-Hotep!
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