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City Has 14 Murders In 22 Days


Five Additional Undetermined Deaths


shooting was done in self-
defense.
An arrest has been
made in one of the mur-
ders that occurred on
January 25 when Virginia
Bailey, 43, was found
dying in the 1800 block of
East 23rd Street.
Arrested 'for this murder


are Ronald C. Ramsey, 26
and Mary Ann Williams,
46.
Patricia West, 35, was'
also arrested and charged
as an accessory to the
murder.
On the same, day, Luke
Grimes, 44, was found
after several witnesses


reported hearing gunshots
in the 700 block of North
Main Street.
Presently, the
Jacksonville Sheriffs
office is searching for
Kyhem Johnson as a per-
son of interest. Johnson
had not been located at
Murders continued onA-7


Civil Rights Markers Unveiled In'Linconville, St, Augustine


Ronald C. Ramsey
Suspect
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
-- Between January 3 and
January 25, 2006,
Jacksonville citizens
received the news of 14
murders and are trying to

Seven Children


Mary Ann Williams Patricia West
Suspect Suspect


get an understanding of
this extreme violence. So
far, they have one self-
defense shooting that
,occurred when Stevon
Deon Mitchell, 34, was


shot to death on Golfair
Boulevard. The suspect,
who reported the incident,
was arrested but later
released when investiga-
tion revealed that the


Killed In Union County, Florida


Semi-Truck Driven By Jacksonville Resident


Alvin Eugene Wilkerson
Drivier'Suspect
LAKE BUTLER, Fla. -
- It was a sad day for res-
idents of Florida. specifi-
cally those, in
Northeast/Central Florida
when they learned of an
accident that occurred on
State Road 121, four
miles south of 'Lake


Butler.
A Union County
school bus had stopped to
unload a passenger
around 3:30 p.m. Waiting
behind the bus was seven
passengers, ages, 20
months, 3, 10, 13, 14, and
two were 15 years, of age.i
One of the oldest
was apparently the
driver of the Pontiac
Bonneville that was
.rear ended by the 18-
wheeler and crushed as
the truck ran into the bus.
The car busted into
flames and all seven of
the children died in the
charred vehicle. All of,
the children in the car
were related. They were


Jax's AKA Host International


By Andrea Franklin

To the a\ erage passer-
by, it could appear that a
l i\ely group of \\omen
were congregatinig at the
home of a friend td cele-
brate nothing in -particu-
lar.
However: to the ever
obser\ ing and even prob-.
ing eye. it is not difficult
to see that a remarkable
\\oman is being honored
by other remarkable
Some.
The-.ome of Mrs.
Ernestine B. Bi\ ens, who
is kno\vn as "the hostess
par excellence" by her
closest friends, is buzzing
with chatter and laughter
today. Mrs. Bivens, who.


stated "I'm absolutely
planning to enjoy 'every-
thing and to celebrate
(AKA's. upcoming ,100th
anniversary), AKA is my
heart": makes hostessing
look effortless.
On this particular
evening, Mrs. Barbara A.
McKinzie, an Olympia


NEWS IN BRIEF

Matthew M. Carter,
New PSC
Commissioner

Matthew M. Carter II,
53, is the new Florida
Public Service
Commissioner, appoint-
ed by Governor Jeb
Bush to serve on the


less than t\\o miles from
their destination.
Three people were
serious injured.
Patients were taken, to
Shands-Gainesville, and
the driver of the truck was
taken to Shands-Starke.
He is Alvin Eugene
Wilkerson, 31, of
Jacksonville and
employed by Crete
Carrier, headquartered .in
Lincoln, Nebraska.
The'school bus driver,
Lillie Mae Godbolt and
two of the students were
treated at Lake Butler
Hospital.
It was reported that the
truck was, traveling 'at a

Children continued on A-7

Vice President
Fields, IL native, and the
First Supreme Anti-
Basileus for Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority, Inc., is
being honored for her
dedication to her sorority,
and for the ser\ ice that is
nothing new to any lady
ofAKA. Mrs. McKinzie,
,AKA continued on A-7


five-member body that
regulates
the state's
Sinvestor-
owne d
electric,
g a, s
water,
Matthew M. w a s t e -
Carter water and
telecommunications com-
panies.


The Rev. Willie M. Bolden, Gerald Eubanks and Bernice
L. Harper, from right, stand by a civil rights marker
unveiled Saturday at the Washington Street Elks Lodge.
It was the first of three such markers to be unveiled in
St. Augustine. PHOTO BY MADELYN TROYANEK.
By Gerald Eubanks day in St. Augustine's


African-American history\
The dawning of'a new was signaled through


efforts of The Civil
Rights Committee of St.
Augustine/aka The Civil
Rights Memorial Projects
Committee, last weekend,
- beginning January 14th.
This stellar committee,
represented by Gerald
Eubanks, chairman, and
Bernice' Harper, vice-
chairman, placed three
very colorful and impps- :
ing markers at the elks
rest on .Washington
Street, the St. Pail
A.M.E. church on NI. L.
King Avenue. the location
Sof man\ of the mass-
meetings during the
movement, and at 172
Markers Coniitued on .4-7


GovernmentSpied On Georgia Citizens According To ACLU


According to the
ACLU (The American
Civil Liberties Union),
they have surveillance
photographs and reports
that were received from
government agencies.
where the Pentagon, FBI
and others spied on
Georgia residents who
were involved in'
protests ranging from
anti-war vigils to vegan


demonstration reported,
Associated Press.
The surveillance also
includes the Georgia
Peace and Justice
Coalition who was organ-
ized before the war in
Iraq and was also one of
the organized protesters of
the 2004 G-8 sum-
held in Sea Island, Ga.
The ACLU said for the


government to monitor
these events is a misuse
of funds.
Gerry Weber of the
ACLU said that there was
no evidence that some of
the individuals monitored
were suspected of unlaw-
ful activities. "I think
they're being spied upon
because they are critics,"
he said..


Bible Studies May be OfferedAnd New Gullah Bible Completed


Many Georgia resi-
dents may have a greater
ability to study the Bible
in public schools. Three
Georgia lawmakers .are
proposing an academic
course on Bible studies.
The course, which would d
be an elective, would
examifle biblical influ-
ences on literature, arts,


Mr. Carter, a graduate
of Florida State
Uni ersit)'s College of
Law said he is "con-
Sinced that if we (gov-
ernment," industry and
our citizens) can work
together for the better-
ment of Florida, then our
Best days are ahead."


and music.
While such a proposal
is being considered, the
New Testament of the
Bible has been translated
into Gullah, the Creole
language spoken by
slaves and their descen-
dants along the sea

Gullah Bible coniuied-A7


Day Car.e Shooting"
Intentional

The' Washington Post
reported that Maryland
prosecutors filed charges
against an 8-year-old
boy and his father, John
Linwood Hall Sr., 56 of
Germantown, Maryland.
The report said that


charges
were first
filed
aga i.nst
the father
for leav-
ing .a
Linwood
Lilnwod firearm in
Hall, Sr.
a location
accessible by an unsu-
pervised minor, con-
Briefs continued on A-7


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The National Urban
League closely monitored
Judge Alito's Senate confir-
mation hearings to gain fur-
ther insight into his philos-
ophy and approach; we also
hoped to hear something
from him that would assure
us that he had changed.
iUnfortunately, Judge Alito
did nothing to allay our
concerns. In fact, his failure
to address or explain his
abysmal civil rights record
only deepens our opposi-
tion.
As the Alito nomination
moves through the
Judiciary Committee' to the
Senate floor, his supporters
are pushing for an abbrevi-
ated debate and quick vote,
but this process must not be
rushed. The American pub-
lic deserves an extended
debate and deliberate con-
Ssideration of this all-impor-
tant lifetime appointment.
We also deserve to have'
every Senator do every-
thing in their power to fight
the drive to roll back civil
rights through the installa-
tion of anti-civil rights
judges on the federal courts
- and that means filibuster-
ing this nomination, if nec-
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buster the Alito nomina-
tion, but it's time to get over,
it and do the right thing.
This is exactly the "extraor-
dinary circumstance" for
which the filibuster was
supposedly reserved in the
compromise struck last
spring by a bipartisan group
of Senators trying to stave
off the .so-called "nuclear
option" they feared would
permanently eliminate the
filibuster.
A nomination to fill the
so-called "swing seat" on
the U.S. Supreme Court is,
in itself, an extraordinary
circumstance. Butwhen the
nominee has a long, clear
and consistent record of
ruling against discrimina-
tion victims, objects to
cases establishing the well-
settled principle of one-per-
son, one-vote, and has been
openly antagonistic toward
affirmative action, the cir-
cumstance is, without any
question, truly extraordi-
nary.
In striking its ill-advised
compromise, the so-called
"Gang of 14" seven
Republicans and seven
Democrats cleared the
\\av for the itmrnediate con-
finnation of three anti-civil
rights judges to lifetime
appointments on federal


appellate courts. At the
time, the Urban League
Movement strenuously
objected to this agreement
that so severely undercut
the interests of our African
American constituents.
The nomination to
replace Justice Sandra Day
O'Connor who was often
the critical deciding vote on
issues that impact our com-
munity is of enormous
concern to African
Americans.
Unfortunately, rather
than take this opportunity
to demonstrate his stated
commitment to civil rights,
the President selected yet
another nominee with a
clear anti-civil rights record
who is likely to dramatical-
ly shift the Court further to
the right and undennine
fundamental civil rights
protections for African
Americans and others. As a
result, every major African
American civil rights
organization and numerous
other groups representing
tens of millions of diverse
African Americans
throughout the country
have opposed this nomina-
tion.
During the confirmation
hearings, Fred Gray, Martin
Luther King's lawyer and
friend. \warned Senators
that a Supreme Court
Justice \\ith Judge Alito's
\ie\\s would impede civil
rights.


"If this occurred," said
Attorney Gray, who also
represented Rosa Parks,
"not only would African
Americans lose, the entire
nation would lose the great
richness of their contribu-
tions as currently enjoyed."
Senator Pryor got it
right. The courts have tradi-
tionally been the vindicator
and protector of the rights
that Dr. King, Fred Gray,
and countless others fought
so hard to gain. Sadly, the
courts' ability to continue
this critical role is now in
jeopardy and will be further
diminished should Samuel
Alito take a seat on the
Supreme Court. However,
'this result is not inevitable.
It can be stopped. But only
if the Senate stands up for
civil rights. -We cal on
every U.S. Senator to honor
Dr. King's legacy in actions
-. not just in words and not
just on the 15th of January -
by protecting the cases and
Litigation that expand free-
domi and opportunity : in
America. They must do
everyth ing in their po\ er to
ensure that Judge Alito is
not confirmed to the U.S. '.
Supreme Court and to clear
the w\ay for nominees who
value and protect our civil
rights. And if that means
using the filibuster. by all
means do it!


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Believers In Christ Christian pastored by Bishop Don E.
Bernard on Sunday, January 29, at 5:00 p.m. Bishop, Dr.
Jan D. Goodman, Sr, of One Accord, is the guest preacher.
Believers in Christ is located at 11565 North Main St.
WOMEN"S CONFERENCE-Holy Tabernacle Church,
6416 Miriam St., will hold its 9th Annual Women's
Conference on February 11, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. Prophetess
Michelle Guess from The Center For Manifestation of
tampa, Fla., Apostle mark T. Jones, Sr., Pastor, is the guest
speaker. Paul R. Cordona, Pastor. Bishop Robert L. Jones,
Senior Pastor.
YOUTH EXPLOSION-Believers In Christ Christian
Center, 11565-107 N. Main St., will host its first Youth
Explosion on Saturday, February 4, at 12 noon. all youth
and the young at heart are invited attend. "Yes I Can
(Philippians 4:13)" is the theme. There will be singing,
dancing, rapping, stepping, games, and more. To RSVP, call
the church at (904) 751-3922 or (904) 908-8858. Bishop
Don and Deborah Bernard, Pastor.
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Accepting Sudden Death


Sudden death is, by defi-
nition, an event for which we
are unprepared. Unlike the
death of someone t en old. or
someone \ith a terminal ill-.
ness, it is a death which has
not been anticipated and is
often quite difficult to accept.
When a family is faced
with a sudden accidental
death, it can be very helpful if
they are able to view the
body. In spite of serious
injuries and damage, it is very
often possible to prepare the
body in an acceptable fashion
so that the family can view
;the loved one ingrder to face


the reahlil of ihe death..
On the other hand, if the
victim -of sudden death is
kept from view, it can cause a
lot ofpsychological problems
for the survivors.
As clinical data has
demonstrated, preventing the
family from seeing the body
can keep them in the stage of
denial for years to come, and
prevent them from accepting
their loss.

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tied "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
Project 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.

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DEATH

NOTICES


ALBERT-Prince, died
January 18, 2006.
ANDERSON -Brendda.
died Januar\ 14. 2006.
BROWN-Lillian Slone,
55, died January 24, 2006.
CHARLES-Mary E., died
January 22, 2006.
CLARK-Barry Alien, died
January 17, 2006.
COOK-Louise (LD)
Sarvis, died January 23,
2006.
EDWARDS-Johnnie M.,
75, died Jariuary 20, 2006.
FRANK-James, Sr., died
January 20, 2006. ,
GRANDELL-Shelley, 70,
died January 20, 2006.
HAYWOOD- Solomon,
Sr. 'died January 22, 2006.
HYSMITH-Judy .L nn.
died January 19, 2006.
JANIES-Griffin. died
January 18, 2006.
JENKINS-Joe, i74; died
January 18, 2006.
KELLY-Little Miss
Jerryka R., died, January
13, 2006.
KIRKSEY-Anthony
Bernard, died Januarn 19,
2006.
LECOUNT-Ossie Lee,
died January 18, 2006.
Alphonso West Mortuary,
Inc.
LEGGETT-Emma Baker,
91, died Jariuary 18, 2006.
MILLER-Benjamin, died
January 19, 2006..
MOORE-James E., died
January 19, 2006.
PIERCE-Quintin Al, died
January 15, 2006.
PORTER-Zion C., died
January 15, 2006. .
STEVENS-Luther B., died
January 21; 2006.
WILLIAMS-Lewis C.,
76, died January 21, 2006.
WRIGHT-Mildred, 52,
died January 20, 2006.
WYCHE-Namon, died
January 21, 2006.
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"Come and Worship With Us"


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


Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
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 Sdhool Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor: Rev. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-5727 Church
(904) 768-0272 Home


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1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ died for our sins...was buried and Rose again" (see 1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
'Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
International Sunday School.....9:00 a.m. and5:00 p.m. Saturday on WYMM AM 1530
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood,.there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 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
SFriday
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 Pow er Enrichment Hour-
Sundai School: 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
S: Sunda Praise & worshipp 8:00 a.m.
S..:: Baptism-Praise & \orship
(Sanctuan) 10:30 a.m.
Yi : Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
S Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

Mid-Week:
\\ednesdai. Noonday Pra er 12 Noon
Inspiration \ednesday \\orship Sen ice...................6:00-8:00 p.m.
PraTer IMeeling & Bible Stud). Youih Bible Study & Acti% ilies


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A Memorial Service for
the late Mrs. Sydney
Kellam Gruber, will be
held on Saturday, January
28, 11:00 a.m. at Bibleway
Church, 1025 Pippin St.
with a local pastor offici-
ating.

She leaves to mourn her
passing a daughter, Dany
M. Cottrell; Sister, Cagle
Crumell; Niece, Jolita
Crumell, and a host of
other relatives and
friends.


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Socially Speaking
By
Betty Asque
Davis
"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"


Bold City Links' PROJECT PRAISE
The members of the Bold City Chapter's Health
Committee, chaired by Dr. Barbara Darby, planned
an interactive session providing Team Up participants
at Highlands Middle School with information about
steps to achieving a healthier body and lifestyle. The
chapter's most recent program at Highlands focused on
nutrition and physical fitness. Ms. Tamer Britton of
the Home Extension Service and Ms. Latricia Ladet,
an alumnus of the Jaguars Cheerleaders were the key
presenters. Being experts .in their fields, they chal-
lenged the students to adopt personal habits and behav-
iors in their youth that will serve them well for a life-
time.
Utilizing the Food Pyramid, Ms. Britton discussed
making healthy food choices while Ms. Ladet dis-
cussed the importance of exercise involving the Team
Up participants and Bold City Chapter members in a
dancercise routine. The students completed a pre-
assessment to determine their knowledge level in the
two subject areas and a post-assessment to ascertain the
level of awareness following the presentations.
Dr. Norma White is president Bold City Chapter of
the Links, Inc. and Mrs. Pamela Grant-Adams is
Project P.R.A.I.S.E.'s Chairperson. Members of the
Health Committee are Dr. Shelly Thompson, Co-
Chair, Mesdames Chris Bryant, Jacquie Gibbs,
Shaunda Holder, Jacquelyn Lee, Kimberly
McKissick, Brenda Miller, Dr. Clorinde Miller,
Pamela Prier, Barbara Shuman, and Madeline
Scales-Taylor.

Jacksonville Moles Welcomes Charter Member
Members of the Jacksonville Moles welcomed back
one of their original charter members Mrs. Michelle
Davis Singleton and hubby Mark Singleton at their
recent January meeting. And \\hat a welcome it \\as!
The setting at the splendid home of Jacksonville Moles
member Mrs. Tinye Dawkins and the delectable cui-
sine made for a perfect \welcoming.
"Becoming a mother a few years after the chartering
of the Jacksonville Moles, it became a bit hectic to
combine motherhood with adult social activities. Now
that our children are older we are able to do both and
very happy about being back", stated Mrs. Singleton
following her:'re-induction.'
January has been quite a month for Mrs. Singleton
as she was recently appointed as Mayo Cliniic
Jacksonvilie's Neurology Department's Connunity
Outreach,Coordinator. She is now a part of Dr. Floyd
Willis's 'Healthy Brain Aging with African Americans'
Project team. We will certainly want to learn more
about that subject!
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Mark Your Calendar
Jacksonville Alumna Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta
Sororirt 's 'Red Dress Affair'-a series of events to
support the American Heart's Association's "Search
Your Heart Program" begins with a Gala Concert
February 9, 8:15 p.m., featuring the Ritz Chamber
Players at the Ternr Theatre. Tickets are available at
Ticketmaster (904) 353-3309. Activities that follow\
are: Red Dress Health Symposium, February 11,' 11
a.m. 3 p.m., Regency Square: and Red Dress Sunda'y.
February we at local African-Amnerican Churches.
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February 11, 2006-The Jacksonmille Chapter.'
Links, Inc. presents it's Annual Western Gala, "A
Celebration of Country Soul" 7:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Fairgrounds.
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Don't forget to let uis know of your upcoming
events. Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me
directly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777
or fax (904) 285-7008..
See you in the paper! 1


Dr. Shelly Thompson speaks to the students. (Photo: Bold City Links)


Ms Latricia Ladet, Jaguars Cheerleaders alumnus. (Photo: Bold City
Links)

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Link Arlinda Adams, Christella Bryant, Jaen Aikins and Jacquelyn
Lee prepare packets for the students. (Photo: Bold City Links)


Nls.Tamer Britton gets their attention. (Photo Bul;d Cin- Lbnk


The Singletons were welcomed to Moledom b) their parents The J.
Carl Davises. t PhotO J Carl Davis, Sr.)


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Health Committee Members: Mesdames Jacquelyn Lee, Shelly
Thompson, Barbara Shuman, Christella Witsell, Dr. Barbara Darby
and Madeline Scales present certificates to Ms. Briton and Ms Lader.
(Photo: Bold City Links)
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SStudents and Links Step into Shape. (Photo: Bold City Links)


Ernestine Bi\ens. Barbara Darby (Health Chair). Norma White
(President), Ruth Waters (Vice-President), Jacquelhn Lee. Mar)
Walker. Standing: Links Deloris Mitchell. Santhea Brown. Arlinda
Adams, Madeline Scales-Ta3lor. Pamela Grant Adams (Services to
Youth Chair), Gracie Chandler. Doroth \Young. Jacquie Gibbs,
Christella Bryant, Barbara Shuman. Diana Adams, Kathy ilson,
Shelly Thompson, Mar) Broin and Jean Aikens. (Phioto Bohl Cn'-
Links)

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Mole Michelle Davis Singleton and Hubby Mule lMark G Singleton.
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It's a ramih affair for Mrs. Michelle Davis Singleton when she
rejoined her mother Mrs. Betty Asque Davis and aunt Dr. Lois Davis
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Governor Bush Launches Global Flyer Opens Window
Governor Bush Launches nitat
For Shuttle Runway Take Off


Access, Diversity Initiative


TALLAHASSEE-
Governor Jeb Bush and Lt.
Governor Toni Jennings
today launched the Access
and Diversity Initiative to
provide incentives to tradi-
tionally underrepresented
students seeking an educa-
tion in Florida's state univer-
sity system. Further high-
lighting their commitment,
Governor Bush and Lt.
Governor Jennings are rec-
ommending. $52.4 million in
the 2006-2007 budget to
provide additional need-
based aid and the creation of
a new scholarship program
designed for students who
are the first in their family
seeking a college degree.
"As Florida continues to
close the achievement gap, it
is important that our state's
university system takes


steps to increase accessibili-
ty, offering students the
opportunity to pursue their
dreams of a higher educa-
tion," said Governor Bush.
"These recommendations
will provide necessary
resources to open the doors
of our higher education
facilities to many students
who previously were unable
to pursue a college educa-
tion due to financial barri-
ers."
Florida has seen steady
growth in minority enroll-
ment in the State University
System. Since 1998,
Hispanic enrollment has
grown by 49.4 percent from
30,792 to 46,002. African-
American enrollment has
increased nearly 28 percent
from 31,413 to 40,141. '
"The .Florida Board of


Governors supports
Governor Bush and his ini-
tiative to improve diversity
in our 11 institutions," said
Board of Governors member
and Chair of the Access and
Diversity Commission
Sheila McDevitt. "Minority
enrollment is up in the State
University System. We want
to improve on that record
and overcome the drop in
out-of-state African-
American students we saw
this fall. Governor Bush's
proposals will give our state
universities some powerful
tools to build on a dedicated
commitment to access and
diversity."
In an effort to boost
enrollment, Governor Bush
recently met with members
of Florida A&M
University's (FAMI U)


Health Initiative To Be Launched In Miami


MIAMI- Congressman
Kendrick B. Meek and the
Congressional Black Caucus
Foundation (CBCFi. in col-
laboration with AstraZeneca.
Pharmaceutical. \will launch
the Black Health
Empowerment Project, a,
'local, .community-based
obesity education and
health-promotion initiative
designed to educate African
Americans about the rela-
tionship between obesity
and chronic health condi-
tions.
A daylong event \\ill be
held on Januar) 28. 2006 at
Miami's Joseph Caleb
Center to bring together
civic leaders, health experts
and members of the commu-
nity to discuss this gro\ ing
public health crisis. The
event is free and open to the
S public.
:"An estiniatea 61%0 of
African Americal men and
77% of African' American
\omen are 'oetmveight or
obese. That is a startling sta-
tistic that can no longer, be
ignored, "said Congressman


Kendrick B. Meek, the U.S.
Representative from
Florida's 17th Congressional
district. "The Black Health
Empo\\ennent Program is a
solid first step in addressing
this public health crisis and
developing effective solu-
tions for our families."
The interactive format of
the health event will include
complimentary nutritious
foods,, cooking demonstra-
tions, exercise and fitness
segments, and fun activities
for kids.
A host of exhibitors will
provide free health screen-
ings and x ital information to
attendees on topics such as
HIV AIDS. high choles-
terol, and hypertension.
"Out of the many activi-
ties the CBCF undertakes.
community outreach at the:
grassroots le\el is the most
rewardingg" said Dr. Don I.
Tharpe. President and CEO
of the CBCF. "The BHEP
event \\ill provide a wonder-
ful opportunity) for families
to enjoy .themselves while
learning to live healthy


lifestyles."
The BHEP initiative sig-
nals a partnership between
the public and private sec-
tors-- a collaboration that is
crucial to fighting the obesi-
ty epidemic. Included
among the experts speaking
at the event will be celebrity
chef Morgan Nims of Britto
Restaurant in Miami Beach
and nutritionist Rovenia
"Dr. Ro" Brock, PhD, author
of Dr. Ro's Ten Secrets to
Livin' Health\.
The event will be held at
the Joseph Caleb Center.
5400 NW 22nd Avenue.
Miami from 9:30 a.m. to
3:00 p.m.
The event is the third of
its kind, part of the CBCF's
Collective Power Tour.
which is expected to make
stops in other major cities
across the country. .
SGeneral MIills joins
AstraZeneca as a key spon-'
sor of the event. MNiami-
Dade County Commissioner
'Audrey Edmondson will
join Rep. Kendrick B. Meek
as a lead host.


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Student Government
Association to discuss ways
to improve accessibility to
the State's colleges and uni-
versities. Many of the stu-
dents' recommendations
have been incorporated into
the Governor's budget pro-
posal.
"On behalf of the stu-
dents at Florida A&M
University, I commend
Governor Bush for his lead-
ership and commitment to
improving diversity and
finding innovative ways to
help minority students real-
ize their dream of obtaining
a college education,". said
FAMU Student Government
Association president
Ramon Alexander. "We are
proud our ideas have been
embraced by the state and
are excited about the oppor-
tunity to reach out to middle
and high school snidents as
we help place them on a path
of success."
Additionally, Governor
Bush signed Executive
Order 06-05 creating the
Access and Diversity
Commission.
The 17-member commis-
sion. set to completetheir
duties on June 30. 2006. \\ill
\work \\ith the Florida Board
of Go ernors to evaluate the
issues surrounding minority
enrollment and advocate for
the recommendations.


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The Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer aircraft is at NASA's
Kennedy Space Center, Fla., completing final preparations
Before taking off on its record-setting flight. The window for
the attempt opens on January 28. Virgin Atlantic has not
scheduled an exact launch date.
Steve Fossett will pilot the GlobalFlyer on this record-
breaking attempt by flying solo, non-stop without refueling,
to surpass the current record for the longest flight of any air-
craft. The flight will begin from Kennedy's Space Shuttle
Landing Facility.
The agreement between Virgin Atlantic Airways and
NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla., for use of the shuttle
landing, facility is the result of a pilot program designed to
expand access to the space shuttle's runway and landing
facility for non-NASA activities.
Cleared For Landing


Three Sandhill Cranes come in for a landing in the field
of UF's Beef Teaching Unit, also known as Sandhill
Farm, on SW 23rd Terrace, Tuesday morning. The
cranes migrate to Alachua County every winter, some
coming from as far away as Canada, to escape the cold
of the north.


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National Red Day Planned For February 3


AKA continued from A-I


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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's National Anti-Supreme Basileus Ms. Barbara McKenzie,
the Open House Hostess Mrs. Ernestine Bivens, State Senator Tony Hill and Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority's International Recording Secretary Mrs. Carolyn House-
Stewart, Esq., following Senator Hill's proclamation presentation to MsW McKenzie.
PHOTO BY BETTY ASQUE DAVIS


The Hostess Par Excellent with her special Alpha Kappa Alpha sisters: National First
Anti-Supreme Basileus Ms. Barbara McKenzie, Florida Supreme Court Justice Ms.
Peggy A. Quince and immediate past National Supreme Basilues Dr. Norma Solomon
White.

who is also a CPA, believes that "There is no question that we must be able to speak
one another's language." When asked how we as a people will go about such a seem-
ingly daunting task, Mrs. McKinzie responded "We as'Americans must eliminate our
desire for other cultures to only accommodate us. We must become more tolerant of
others as well."
Other members of the sorority in attendance to honor Mrs. McKinzie were Mrs.
Carolyn House Stewart, ESQ of Tampa, who currently serves as the sorority's
Grammateus and formerly as the Chair 6f National Programs Committee. 'When
asked what she believed has been Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.'s secret to
S longevit), Mrs. Stewart stated "AKA's longevity is the result of our founder's abili-
ties to see into the future. They wanted an organization that would grow and grow.
The founders realized that disparity does not discriminate and that there would
S always be an opportunity to serve." Dr. Norma White, a 54 year member as well
as the sorority's immediate past Supreme Basileus, affectionately seconded Mrs.
Ste\\art's emphasis of the founder's vision for AKA when asked how she felt about
Sthe sorority quickly approaching centennial in 2008. "To think that our organization
has been alive for 100 years is a delight! I am happy to have lived long enough to
see it." '. :
k" After spending an evening w ith such remarkable ladies;it becomes clear that you
are experiencing history in the making. The legacy of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
, 'ic. is a long lasting and ever evolving thing of beauty, as unbreakable as any ivy
vine in the most pristine of rose gardens.
Children continued rom. A-1

S high speed, ran over the car carrying the children and then struck the bus. Even
though the speed limit for that part of the highway is 60 mph, the school bus had
Stopped at an approved bus stop for the children to exit on this rto-lane highway. A
citation had not been issued at the time of this writing as the investigation \\as still
S underway.

Gullah Bible cou'minued f nom A-I:' '
islands. Maniy Brunswick residents consider themsel es Gullah descendants and still
i speak with the Gullah accent.
Presently, there are Gullah cookbooks and Gullah proverbs. No\\, there is: "De
Nyew Testament" for Gullah descendants.
Briefs conmnued from A-l.-1
tributing to the delinquency of a minor, and possession of a firearm by a felon.
Hall's 8-year-old son shot and wounded a 7-year-old girl after threatening to rob
S her at the day care center. He sneaked the .38-caliber gun into the center in his back-
pack. 'The boy had been suspended in the past for bringing a weapon to school.
Originally, it \\as reported that the boy accidentally shot the girl but further inves-
tigation disclosed the boy threatened the girl before firing the weapon. He has been
placed.at a Maryland Department of Juvenile Services facility.

Woman Drives Car In'to Church )

A Jacksonville woman drove her car into the walls of the women's restroom of the
S Titus Harvest Dome Spectrum Church on Atlantic Boulevard Sun'day. No one \as
in the restroom at the time and damage is estimated to be about $75,000. It is thought
That the woman was attempting to commit suicide and has therefore been admitted to
a mental health facility.
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Hattie McDaniel is the movie actress most known-for her legendary performance
Sas Mammy in Gone With the Wind. She won the Oscar and helped open the doors
for African Americans in the movie industry in the 1940's. When criticized for play-
: ing roles as a maid, her response was: "I'd rather play a maid then be one."

Former Steeler, Lynn Swann To Run For Governor

Lynn Swann, the former NFL Hall of Fame inductee ahd'ABC Sports announcer
who played wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, announced that he is a
Republican candidate for governor of Pensylvania. His wife, Dr. Charpna Swann,
S when making the announcement before some 200 supporters, reporters, friends and
citizens of Philadelphia, joined Swann.


The American Heart Association, recognizing that heart disease is the No. 1 killer :
of women and men, but can be prevented, plans to spread the "Go Red For Women"
message to empower women to love and save their hearts through lifestyle choic-
es and actions. They are asking that all Americans wear red on Friday, February 3rd
rather it be a dress, hat, lipstick, lapel pin, handbag, tie or socks, it doesn't matter -
just show some heart.
Murders continued from A-i
the time of this report.
Other murders since January 3, 2006 are: Judith
Reyes, 44, on January 3, 2006 in the 7400'block of
Powers Avenue; Donte Chapman, 20, on January 3,
2006 in the 7700 block of Birdies Road; Della Railey,
59, on January 5 in the 1000 block of Willow Cove
Court; Charles Booker, 32 on January 9 in the 3300
block of Donzi Way; Denise Manning, 48, on January 11
in the 1000 block of W. 6th Street, Trayonis Allen, 21,
on. January 12 in the 1800 block of W. 44th Street,- ,
Marcus Hall, 29, on January 13 in the 10900 block of ;I
Lem Turner; Albert Porter, 60, on January 9 in the 300 ,
block of East 8th Street; Gary Williams, 23, on January Kyhem Johnson, Wanted
14 in the 1400 block of West 22nd Street; Kevin Drew,
27, on January 17 in the 8100 block of Joffre Drive (an arrest was made), and Joe
Harrell, 25, on January 22 in the 3000 block of Silver Street.
All of the above are confirmed killings but five other undetermined deaths have
occurred, two on January 21, two on January 22 and one on January 23, 2006 but'.
may not be homicides. 'In addition, a 60-year old male was found holding on to life,
suffering from several stab wounds on West 58th Street on Tuesday." '
How much more can the city endure? LMAD DADS held a neighborhood street
patrol training session on January 20 and are planning other neighborhood watch and
crime watch efforts, including a "Rekindle the Love Parade and Community Forum"
on March 4 beginning at 11:00 a.m..at the Stanton College Preparatory School at 13th
and NMyrtle Avenue. The organization is asking for individuals, bands, groups, organ-
izations, businesses, churches, Greek Fraternities and Sororities and all interested cit-
izens to join them in this effort to end these murders while continuing their theme,
"Black on Black Love It's Not A Crime. It's An Exerlasting Celebration." Elder
Foy said that their desire is to stop the murders. The 14 current murders were not
black only crimes. "We must all join hands in this effort." Those who wish to par-
ticipate may call NLAD DADS at (904) 388-8171 or register at vwwv.maddads.com.
by February 24. 2006.
The Jacksonville AMNE Alliance also announced that they are spending $30,000 on
STV ads in an effort to reach viewers to help solve some of the murders and the
mayor's office is proposing a special task force to do a study (JCCI) wherein $80,000
would be provided from a special la%% enforcement fund, to see if answers can be i
found to alleviate this seemingly trend.
The Florida Star, the largest and oldest African American owned newspaper in the
area, with the largest circulation received many calls stating that the mayor, city
council and AME ministers should funnel their monies to organizations that are not
afraid to go into the community and meet with the families of the victims and the sus-
pects. They also suggest that everyone participate in such demonstrations as men-
Stioned above as well as joining in on February 26 to, "Give A Hug Sunday." initiat-
ed by Senator Tony Hill. You don't have to leave home, just show family love with
a hug.
According to some studies, the violent crime rate for black youth is 85 percent
higher than the rate for white youth. Professor Robert Sampson of Harvard
University contends that a substantial part of this difference stems from "environ-
mental factors." The professor says that factors such as marital status of parents,
income level, poverty, and immigrant status account for at least 60 percent of the
racial gap. He further stated that if black and white youths with similar backgrounds
were compared, the racial gap in violent crime rates would be greatly reduced.

Markers continued from A-1

Twine Street. The latter was the former residence of local leader in the civil rights *
movement of the 1960s, Reverend Goldie Eubanks, Sr., who exemplified the best of
the foot soldiers-- leading by example, according to committee representatives.
The committee will be remembered through its inaugural efforts in June 2004,
when it celebrated for 4 days the passage of the civil rights act of 1964. and the con-
tributions of the foot soldiers of St. Augustine who made it possible. Not since the
1960s, since the arrival of Dr. Martin Luther King, had the leaders of the Southern
Christian Leadership Conference visited St. Augustine.
Accompanying the organization's leader, Rev. Shuttlesworth, were ambassador
Andrew\ young, keynote speaker, and Rev. Willie Bolden, all, now. residents of
Atlanta.
According to the committee 'and the hundreds of attendees at each of the three- '
days events, the markers represent the best of what a community can do when it acts
in its own best interest, and is a reason to be proud.
On the final day of unveiling, the Palm Street Church of God, the religious home '
of the Rev. Eubanks, and most of the late honoree's immediate family, was the focus
of memories of the past in a lively, spirited program boasting of Rev. Willie M. .
Bolden as the keynote speaker.
1Hornored guests were the children of Reverend Eubanks, spouses, grandchildren
.and great grand children, and family matriarch, Mrs. Georgia Eubanks of Fort .
Lauderdale, Florida.
Bolden presented the packed church with reflections of the past and admonished '
the enthusiastic crowd to use the past as a launching pad for the greatest possible
future; with African Americans making solid plans and appropriately assuming
responsibility for their own fate, building upon and respecting their own history and
*.unique heritage.:
Also; sharing in the program was Col. Ronald Bailey (USMC), native son of St.
Augustine, who led a brief songfest with the world-renowned folk lyrist and story-


teller, Danielle Daniel. Michelle Barth, regional director for U.S. Senator Bill
Nelson;. Senator Anthony C. "Tony". Hill, Sr., District One, Florida Senate; and
Henry "Hank" Thomas of Atlanta, Freedom Rider, 1961-civic activist and benefac-
tor and supporter of local efforts of the Civil Rights Memorial Projects Committee
followed the very spirited delivery of Rev. Bolden as presenters. Mr. Thomas very
eloquently expressed his admiration for Reverend Eubanks, with regrets that he
never had a chance to tell him so.
Following the unveiling of the tribute marker, the excited and proud citizens on
the south end of Lincolnville shared in a soul food fest and viewing of the elaborate
display of civil rights memorabilia designed by Bernice Lacey Harper.
**The committee,'according to Gerald Eubanks, is ifnmediately launching its sec-
o d marker phase and appreciates area support.


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N. the benefits of the education reforuns and are not taking
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.O." our comlnliunlitiesa are a\\lre of the benefits ot Flonda's
l "- education reforms and also ensure that students are
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tile ad\ a nceilent of education for all.
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.. _lllmerican students and applaSud' impro \ iemenlts. Ve
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S France's Gael Monfils practices at Melbourne Arlington Heights Elementalrmer
Park, Sunday, January 15, 2006, in preparation
for the Australian Open. Luis Horna of Peru Hosts Science Night
defeated young Monfil during the Australian
Open Tennis Tournament in Melbourne, JACKSONVILLE. Fla. Students at Arlineton Z
S Australia. Tuesday, January 17. Horna won the
I-lemlhts El ementar shared inl Sptlash iito Science
match 6-4, 7-5, 6-1. (AP PhotolGreg Bowker)
NIht." a hands-on. interacti e family event that
focused on the importance of Florida's water resources.
Splash into Science Night. was held on January 26. and \\ as sponsored by the St. Johns River Water Nlanagement
District and its Watershed Action volunteerr (W AV) Program.
The e ening's actil\ ities included conducting water experiments, play-
ing after r education games. and making water c\cle \\ristbands. an "edi-
if- ble aquifer" and "fish print" T-shirts.
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S-fiomn the Floridan aquifer. the area's primary source of drinkii afterr and
11ho\\ to reduce stonni\vater pollution from entering the St. Johns Ri-er.
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JACKSONVILLE NAACP ACT-SO PROGRAM
2006-The Kick-oft for the 2(:000 Jacksoniille NAACP
Act-So Program il \\ be held at 3:1U. p.m on SatumdaN,
lanuarl 2S :lt Florida Communiti College DowintoM
campus. 1l1 \\ State St All students are to attend with
one or two parents. To confirll attendance. call Mrs.
Jaquel ne Holmes at 1904) I99"-055 Competition \\ill
be held on SatuLrd.\. Februal. 25. ,: 11.1 a in. at Douglas,
Anderson School For Perfornming Arts. 244-5 San Diego
Rd. The A\\ards ceremony\ a ill be held on Sunda\.
FebruarN 26, 3:u0 p.m. at FCCJ Do\\nto\'n campus. The
sho\\case \\ill be held in orlando. Fla. on Saturda\. june
I I transportation and FHotel TBA I. National
Competition \\ill be held Wednesda, Jnlu\ 12-16 in
\ashington. D.C. Transportation and Hotel accomoda-
tions \\ill be pro\ ided b \ our local ACT-SO Program.
each student is responsible for his or her meals and other
personal matters.
SPRING CAREER FAIR-The \WorkSource. Florida
Community. College and Rosanne Harmell \Women's
Center are sponsoring a Spring Career Fair Wednesday ,
March S. from 9 a.m. to noon. in the Florida Communit\
College's Do\\nto\\n Campus Lobby located at 10I1 \West
State St. The e\ent is free and open to the public.
Employers (to be announced \\ill be on-hand to connect
\with potential employees. Attendees are reminded to
bring multiple copies of resumes and to dress as if theN
may be attending an inter\ie,,-because the\ ma\ be
attending an inter\ie\\. For more information call
904.633.8270 or 904.633.8224.
YOUTH OF THE YEAR DINNER-The Bo\s & Girls
Clubs of Northeast Florida n' ites the public to its
Annual Youth of the Year Dinner to be held on Tuesda,\
February 7. at the San Jose Country Club. "'529 San Jose
Blvd. A reception will be held at 6.00 p.m.. follo\\ed by
dinner at 7:00 p.m. Youth of the Year is a national pro-
granm administered by Boys & Girls Clubs of America
that recognizes individual Club members' exemplary
character, superior leadership, academic achie\emnent
and outstanding ser ice to their Clubs and communities.
BGCNF is a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of America,
and has played an integral role in Jackson\ ille since
1962. BGCNF provides daily programs and ser ices to
nearly S.000 young people aminally at 11 facilities in
Du\al. Nassau. and St. Jolns counties. For more infor-
mation contact Boy s & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida.
1904 396-4435.
CHILDREN'S CHAMPION A\VARD-Episcopal
Children's Ser\ices (ECS) will begin its celebration of
the agency's 40th Children's Champion Aw ard Luncheon
on February 2S. at the ne\\ lain Librar,. Each \ear. the
Children's Champion A\\ard \\ill recognize indi\ ideals
or organizations that ha\e shown great leadership and or
\ho ha e achieved outstanding results in ad\ locating for
children in our community The first recipient of the
Children's Champion A\\ard \\ill be Nla\ or John Peyton
for his work \\ ith RALLY Jackson\ ille! and his commit-
ment to early education. For information about the e\ ent
*or sponsorships, call 904-"26-1500, .


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Conference Of Chief Justices



Meet On Amelia Island


B Marsha Dean Phelts

The 210ii NlIid ear
Conference of Chief Juttices
con ened at the Ritz-
Carlton-Aimelia Island.
The Supreme Court
chieff .Justice from each
State and Territory of the
United States along \with
their spouses and guests
spent four da>s on the First
Coast participating in


Education Program
Seminars.
Florida Lieutenant
Governor Tonii Jennings and
Florida Supreme Court
Chief Justice Pariente wel-
comed the National
Conference to the Sunshine
State.
The award winning Ritz
Voices Youth Chorus direct-
ed by Deborah McDuffie
performed to the delight of


an appreciative audience.
Former U. S. Attorney.
General Janet Reno deliv-
ered the keynote address.
It was my privilege to
have been invited by Chief
Justice Barbara J. Pariente to
be the speaker for the open-
ing session, Law and
Literature.
The Chief Justices
selected the book that I
authored, An American


FRONT ROW: Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince, Marsha Dean Phelts,
Senior Judge Annie Wagner of DC Court of Appeals, Florida Chief Justice Pariente.
BACK ROW: Michael Phelts, Judge Brian Davis, Charles Wagner, and Chief Judge
Robert M. Bell, Maryland.

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Robert M. Bell of Maryland chats with Eric Washington,
Chief Justice of the District of Columbia and Nassau
county Circuit Judge Brian Davis.
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Karla Gray, Chief Justice
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sentiments on reading An
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African Americans.

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Beach for African
Americans for their required
reading.
The Law and Literature
component was created by
New York State Chief
Justice Judith S. Kaye to
provide Chief Justices and
their spouses with opportu-
nities to participate in joint
educational programs.
After the Jaw and
Literature session, a Book
Signing and VIP Reception
in my honor was sponsored
by the Conference of Chief
Justices and the Judicial
Family Institute.
While the Chief Justices
spent four days in meetings
on Judicial Accountability
their spouses enjoyed
exploring Florida's northern
most barrier island that
included a guided walking
tour on American Beach.
:Though the conference
was held in the \\ inter, atten-
dees thought that our weath-
er was just fine for walks on.
Sthe beach, shopping sprees
and visits to noted First
Coast historic sites such as
the White Oak Conservation
Center, and Kingsley
Plantation.
The enchantment of
Amelia Island with a full
moon shimmering nightly
on the ocean is certain to
lure the Chief Justices and
their families back again and
again for business or pleas-
ure.

UNF Hosts Annual
International Business
Research Conference

The Coggin College of
Business at the University of
North Florida will host the
6th Annual International
Business Research
Conference beginning
Friday, February 10, and
ending Saturday, February
11, at,the Coggin College,
second floor, room 2120.
Academic researchers
from around the world will
participate in the business
research conference, co-
sponsored by the Coggin
College and Warsaw
University's School of
Management and The
Center for Europe.
Conference sessions will
cover research papers on a
variety of international top-
ics, including finance issues
and tax evasion; customer
service; trade, aid and sanc-
tions; innovation, informa-
tion and communication;
finance and trade in devel-
oping and transition
economies; and cross-cul-
tural marketing.
The conference is open
to the public.
The dinner will be at
7:00 p.m. on Friday,
February 10, at the River
Club in Jacksonville.
For cost and other infor-
mation, contact Mina
Baliamoune-Lutz at (904) l
620-1223.


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


Dear Deanna!
My cousin married her husband 2 years ago at age 19. She.
has confessed to me that she's in love with her husband's best fi
friend who has a girlfriend and is my boyfriend's cousin.
These 3 guys have been friends since high school. She wants
to tell him how she feels, but I think it's going to be awkward
so I told her not to say anything. So far she's kept quiet. I
know this isn't my problem, but can you please'give me some
advice?
Michelle (Portland, OR)

Dear Michelle:
First remind your friend that she has a husband. At such a young age, she hasn't sam-
pled life, men or the world and it's not surprising she's ready to cheat. She's also very
immature if she's going to risk her husband's friendship for her confused emotions. If it's
not too late, suggest a good counselor that can help her decide if she wants to be married
and move forward or save face and feelings now with an annulment.

Dear Deanna!
I have a 10-year old daughter whose dad got married several months ago. I still love
him. and I'm sure he still loves me. He called twice on his wedding day to let me know he
was thinking about me. He got married but we're still together. He doesn't know if he
wants to stay with his wife or leave. I'told him if he stays then I may not be there. I also
have a son that's 1 year old. I love him so much and don't want to lose him again.
Lost In Love (On-Line Reader)

Dear Lost:
You lost him when he married another woman. That spoke volumes because kids or no
kids, he didn't choose you. You've settled for less by allowing him to have the best of both
worlds by being with him. You can get through the pain by focusing on your children, your
faith and your life. If he loves you, demand that he leave and see what happens. If he does-
n't come your way cut him off and keep it moving.

Dear Deanna!
I'm in a 5-year relationship with a man who's not my cup of tea. I discovered he has
some bad habits. He kept these things hidden to impress me but I asked him to leave when'
I saw the real man. The police say as long as he pays bills and isn't phN sically abusi\ e they:
can't make him leave my home. He's come a long \ay but I don't lo\ e him and honestly
I never did. I've been up front and very honest with him. What can I do?
Desperate (Oklahoma City, OK)

Dear Desperate:
You can pack your bags and leave or pack.his.,and put him out. If it's our house with
your name on it, then youdo as you please. However, your man may react and get violent.
If that's the case, sell your house, move and start a new life. If he can't accept your hon-
esty, lack of love and wishes, then you're entitled to handle your business.

S Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeannali'vahoo.conm or Deanna A, 264 S. La Cieneg a.
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JANUARY28, 2006


Study Circles


Just as a birthday or similar milestone often prompt us ; "
to reflect on our achievements and goals, public celebra-
tions give communities a chance to look inward and
reflect. A case in point is the recent holiday honoring the
legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Every year at this time, we have a chance as a com- :'
munity not only to recognize Dr. King's achievements,
but also to step back and take a good hard look at our-
selves. How are we doing with race relations here in
Jacksonville? Have we made any progress this year?
What would we like to accomplish over the next year?
The answers to those questions vary from person to person, but most people -
along with studies like JCCI's race relations report card and the Blueprint for
Prosperity agree that we still have a long way to go. And that fact begs yet anoth-
er question: what can we do individually to realize Dr. King's dream of a nation
Where people are, judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their
character?
One valuable tool for positive change in Jacksonville is the Study Circles pro-
gram, sponsored by the Jacksonville Human Rights Commission.. A Study Circle is
a group of diverse individuals who agree to meet once a week for five weeks with a
facilitator and share their stories and perspectives on race. As you can imagine, the
discussions are sometimes uncomfortable, but they can also be informative and lib-
erating.
By the end of the five weeks, everyone in the group has learned a lot and gained
insight into the hearts and minds of people who are different. Frequently, circle
members form personal friendships. Sometimes circles,decide to continue meeting.
For example, the circle I joined shortly after being sworn in as mayor continues to
reet quarterly.
From my own experience, I can say that being in a Study Circle is a challenge,
Sbut it is also a joy. It's a chance for those involved to get past stereotypes and pre-
conceptions and talk to each other in a way that opens hearts and minds and fosters
constructive relationships, one person at a time.
Over the past fe\\ months, Ihaye reached out to business leaders in Jacksonville
to encourage them to participate in the program.i If you want to help improve race
relations in Jacksonville. I encourage you to take the time to join a Study Circle, too.
For more information on the Study Circles Program. contact the Jacksonmille
:Human Rights Commission at studycircles@coj.net. or by phone at 630-1212 Ext.
3430. .. . ." .


I am sitting here today thinking about the future of my people, trying to decide if I should
throw my hands up in disgust or just hang my head in shame. You see, again we are about
to accept the shortest month of the Near to pay homage to our heritage. with no vision to see
it's master's same old game.
"Free at last. free at last!" Doctor King had a dream. That dream is now a nightmare.
.shadowed by a dark cloud. You see, decades later we're still not free. and, although black,
will we ever be proud? :. .
Black people, Negro, Colored, and African American, built this country in which we li\e.
We are grea. inventors, with great minds,,yet remain the ultimate consumers who give.
We give away our money, we give away our pride, and we give away our babies, to an
educational system full of lies. We give a\\wa our future. we give away our self-respect, and
next we'll give our \ery souls via our practice of racial self-neglect.
\When will my people wake up from this lullaby, master's song to our ancestors. Saying
that dark skin is worst and light skin is best, \yhile teaching acceptance of his mental moles-
ters?
\When vill my people wake up from this lullaby. master's song that crabs in the basket
are blessed? Saying, look out for yourself Uncle Tommie and just forget about the rest.
S"Amazing grace, how sweet the sound...I once was lost, but now I'm found..." It is time
for the blind to see!" See with your heart and mind, we can create our own future, starting
with just you and me.
*First we need to know our HISTORY understanding it with knowledge overflowing.
SBecause, if we don't know where we came from, we will never know where we are going.
*Second we need to embrace Self Love to erase the Master's mental attack. Because_
every single aspect of beauty can be found in each shade of black. .
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Florida A&M University
(FAMU) and Bethune-
Cookman College (B-CC)
ha\e the state of Florida's
oldest football rivalry. The
two first -met in 1925 and.
now play annually in the
The Walt 'Disne\ ,World
Florida Classic in Orlando,
Fla.. :
:Each year, fans. from
across the United States
gather in Orlando's Citius
Bowl to see Florida's two
historically black college
football teams -battle for
state bragging rights before
crowds of over 72.000 rabid
fans.
A lot of hoopla sur-
rounds the game. There are
parties, dinners, check pre-
sentations, and of course the
halftime Battle of the Bands
featuring the Marching 100
of Florida A&NI Uni\ei-sity
and Bethune-Cookmari's
Marching Wildcats.
But little, if anyN is done
to, pay tribute to--Coach
' Rkdolph "'Bunky" Matthews
of B-CC and Alrizo Smith
"Jake" Gaither ,f FAMU--


the two legendary men who
helped put the classic game
on the football map.
S As head coaches at B`-
CC and FAMU Matthew and
Gaither displayed the talent,
influence and abilities to
help athlete move from boys
to men on the football field
and in life.
Both are responsible for
.preparing players for life
and success in the National .
Football League and other
professional sports leagues.
Hundreds of their for-
Smer pla\ ers have entered the
coaching ranks, have
become, doctors, lawyers,
educators, politicians and
other career arenas.
A group of Matthew's
and Gaither's former foot-
ball players in Jacksonville
'have been gathering recently
to discuss ways to honor the
legendary coaches.
Harold Blackshear and
Carl Hughes both played for
Matthews at B-CC agree
that the two coaches should
be recognized in a classic
way duringthe big game in
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Orlando.
Rudolph "Bunky"
Matthews is credited iith
establishing the modem-day
competitive football pro-
gram at Bethune-Cookman
College in Daytona Beach,
Fla.. He was the first B-CC
coach to defeat archrival
Florida A&M1 University,
compiling an 80-42-6 record
in 14 seasons.,
Alonzo Smith "Jake"
.Gaither was head coach. at
Florida A&M for 25 years.
He led the Rattlers to six
national black college titles;
and retired after 1969 season
with record of 203-36-4 and
a winning percentage of
.844. Gaither coined the
phrase, "I like my boys
agile, mobile and hostile."
Gaither produced 36 All-
Americans including
National Football
Foundation Hall of Fame
halfback Willie Galimore
(1953-56), the school's all-
time,rushing leader.
"We felt that it should be
something that the school
should do s, for coach


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B-CC


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Jacksonville.

Matthews to honor him for
his services at Bethune-.
Cookman. They (officials)
.thought it was a great idea,
so, they gave me the ball to
run with," said Blackshear
who played at B-CC (1959-
1964) under coach
Matthews before heading
for a. short stint' with the
Pittsburgh Steelers.
Blackshear said the idea
grew to recognize both
Matthews 1 and Gaither
whose teams played each
other in. games in
Jacksonville, Daytona
Beach, and other sites.
"I also got in touch with
the athletic .director at
Florida A&M University, at
that time a Mr. Ramsey. I
spoke to him on several
occasions and he toldme to
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Raymon Thornton was an
All-American quarterback
at Bethune-Cookman. He
later worked on the
Wildcat coaching staff.
Thornton was the col-
lege's second All-
American football player.
For his accomplishments,
he was selected as the top
quarterback in the SIAC in
1951; He went on to
become a become a suc-
cessful teacher and
administrator in South
Florida. ,
send him some information
and I did," said Blackshear.,
Blackshear, said the
recognition is due because
Matthews and Gaithers were
the first two coaches to put
together the football classic
for the the two schools.
"I thought that was. very
important, because had it
not been for them we would
* never have had the opportu-
nity to play each other in a
big classic," added
Blackshear.
S Blackshear said that the
matter was put before the
board at FAMU and it was
later approved.. :
The next step was to get
with the athletic director at
B-CC. Information was
sent to B-CC, and it was


One of Bethune Cookman
legendary football players
David Bythwood of
Jacksonville.
agreed that it \ would be a fine
idea to honor the coaches at
.the classic in Orlando.
When the two teams':I
played in the .2005 classic,
there was no mention of
either coach.
"I haven't been able to
Contact either athletic direc-
tors since the game last year.
The former players were
rather upset. They really
wanted this to happen. They
have been contacting me.
Blackshear says. he'll
Speak on, behalf of the for-
mer football players during
a meeting with the B-CC
athletic director within a:
week While at B-CC, he
says he'll discuss a scholar-
ship in Coach Matthews'
name.
Blackshear also plans to
Speak with the talk with the
Jake Gaither Foundation to.
see if a scholarship could be
approved in honor of
Gaither.
The bottom line, assures
Blackshear, is to seethat this
long overdue "recognition
becomes a reality."


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"Mo-Town And Mo," All That And More!


By Gerald Eubanks
"It was an afternoon like
no other afternoon in St.
Augustine in recent years
and its always the second
weekend in January!" That
is one of the remarks heard
from several members of
the audience left in awe of
what they had just wit-
nessed. It was the stellar
cast of a show so well
rehearsed that members of
the audience felt that they
\\ere heating and seeing the
real thing.
The slho\\ "lo-to' i\n
and Mlo'", \\as presented
for the fifth time in St.
Augustine, but the first
time in the complete and
beautiful Flagler College
auditorium. This lip-sinc
show "possessed all the
glitz and 2lamouLr reminis-
cent of the Mlotow\n \\e
gre\\ up ith", said one
beautiful senior in the audi-
ence.
The ages of the per-
fonners ranged from 17 to
'9. whilee mixing: and min-
gling with the cast you
could sense that as much
fin \\as being had by the
cast as b\ the audience.
The\ seem to ha\e become
as tight-knight as a familN.
This feeling helps in main-
tainine the core-cast year-
after-year. Rehearsing in
small units the acts in
whichh they participate help
make cohesion possible
and helps perfect their
craft, of lip-syncing. And.
while e eery act \\as per-
formnned ell the audience
seemed to exalt the most to
the stylings of Della Reese.
Patti Labelle, Diana Ross,
Mar\ in Gave. "The
Rubberband Man." as per-
formed b\ The Spinners.
and Aretha Franklin. It \\as
the beat. the rhythm. and
the costumes wardrobe-all
in sync. Who can forget the
st lings of Mariah Carey.
either? And, hat about the
tribute to Luther 'andross
with the youngest member
of the cast- dancing with
her father-this \\as the most
poignant moment and tear
rendering.
Attendees were listed as
from as far a%\a\ as
Philadelphia and several
cities in Georgia- and as far
a\\a\ in Florida as Fort
Lauderdale. Some of them
have been dri\ ing the dis-
tance to be spellbound-
year-after- ear.
Arielle Productions, the
proud presenter of this gala
event in St. Auigustine, are
comminted to providing this
high level kind of cultural
experience and keeping the
beat alive!


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Jacksonville Man Robs Store Near Starke Tairic
Robinson of Jacksonville robbed
a'convenience store on U. S. 301
Wednesday but did not get very
far. He was caught driving the
described vehicle apparently used
in the robbery while passing
S:.,' through Starke after trying to
.. escape and crashing into a parked
'-- ...." SUV. The 41-year-old suspect
was taken into custody, treated for
his injuries and charged with
Tairic Robinson armed robbery, aggravated
assault, attempting to elude and
aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.
Improper Sunscreening Materials Installed and No
Driver's-License The officer observed a black Chevy truck
with windows tint too dark and the windshield cracked driv-
ing down Atlantic Boulevard. The officer pulled the driver
over and advised him, that his windows were too dark
because they were tinted at five percent. When requested a
drivers license, the driver advised that his license was sus-
pended in 2005. A check of NCIC, revealed that the suspect
had five suspensions. He was arrested without incident.
Possession of 20 Gms or Less Cannabis The officer
observed the suspect standing in the street at the corer of
Myra and West. He approached the suspect and asked him
for his ID since he was in a known drug area, for a warrant
check. The suspect handed the officer his ID but appeared to
be very nervous and kept reaching around to the small of his
back. The suspect was wearing a thick shirt which could
easily conceal a firearm so the officer told the suspect not to
reach under his shirt. The suspect did it again so the officer
conducted a pat down of safety and discovered a bag of mar-
ijuana Which fell out of his shirt where he had been reaching.
The suspect was placed under arrest but was not given a mis-
demeanor since he appeared to be impaired. The marijuana
was placed in the property room.
Failure to Redeliver Hired Vehicle An officer was dis-
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regards to a stolen vehicle., Upon arrival, the officer met
with the complainant who advised that three weeks ago, the
suspect rented a vehicle.that was to be returned by the end of
the first week. Now, over three weeks later, the vehicle had
not been returned by the suspect or her grandson, who she
had added as a driver. Letters sent to the suspect was
returned due to not being claimed by the addressee. A copy
of the rental agreement was obtained; towing & storage
checks revealed no results. Patrol efforts were instituted
Woman Hits Disabled Diabetic With Baseball Bat The
officer was called to the victim's apartment on Moncrief Rd.
W because of burglary at the victim's resident. The victim
informed the officer that the suspect became upset with her
because she had placed the suspect's children's pool in front
of the suspect's front door. The suspect became angry 1and
produced a silver and black baseball bat and also a brown
stick which she used to strike .the victim on her left hand.
The suspect then walked away on foot eastbound. Witness
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stated that he saw a brown stick in the suspect's hand. The
silver and black bat was in the suspect's right hand when she
struck the victim who is diabetic and disabled. There were
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Your Weekly Horoscope

(JANUARY 28, 2006-FEBRUARY 3, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) This week's scenario
is highlighted by your ability to
look at situations
logically. Your
insight will allow
you to make con-
structive suggestions. Your cre-
ative talent needs an outlet. Be
prepared to show your work, you
will get support. Someone who is
trying to make you look bad will
misinterpret your words. Be care-
ful. Don't get involved with a per-
son who is already committed to
someone else. One-sided attrac-
tions will be detrimental to your
emotional well-being. Deception
will cause confusion. If you bend
over backward to help friends in
need, you will enhance your rep-
utation. Don't be too demanding
or negative with youngsters. You
tend to want the best for everyone
you love. Your desires may lead
to isolation or retaliation.
Taurus (April 20 May 20)
This week's scenario is high-
D lighted by your abili-
ty to see past the
immediate. Someone
you least expect may
try to lead you in the wrong
direction. Opportunities to meet
new friends will unfold if you
attend seminars, or conventions.
Investment opportunities will be
favorable as long as you go it
alone and don't partake in joint
ventures. Keep an open mind,
your stubborn nature may cause
you to lose a friend that you care
about. Don't be too eager to let
others in on your personal
secrets. Rumors will lead to a
poor reputation. Take the time for
reading material that will help
your self-image. Your lover may
take drastic measures to get your
attention. Don't.overreact or
allow your temper to explode.
Work quietly behind the scenes,
paying special attention to detail.
Gemini (May 21 June
21) This week's sce-
nario is highlighted
by your ability 1,),
weigh your options.
at any given
moment. Investments will not be
as profitable as.they appear. Take
a closer look. Try not to be too
quick to make decisions that
could bring about personal limi-
tations. Romantic encounters are
apparent, socialize or.take a hi p
that will be conducive to lo\e.
You will have to make a decision
regarding your personal partner.
The infatuations you have been-
experiencing may be due to
something .you are lacking in
your emotional relationship. You
tend to donate too much money,
find a way to help others solve.
their problems by giving your
time & expertize. By week's end,
rest and relaxation will be neces-
sary. Watch your 'diet and your
tendency to overindulge. Don't
break promises that you made to
children, or difficulties will sure-
ly erupt..
Cancer (June 22 July,
22) This week's sce-
nario is highlighted,
by your need for-a
change. Change is
necessary in order to
rid yourself of that old familiar
stale feeling. Don't be afraid to let
go of the past. New relationships
may prove to be lasting bonds.
Financial investments pertinent
to your home '\ill be lucrative.
Be careful when sign ing con-
tracts or fLormllating agreelmetiik.
Be caoutis how, .yon handle both
your'business and iou enotioinal
'partnerships. Be cautious while
tra' eling. Focus on completing
those domestic jobs that you've
been putting on the back burner..
Work out a budget that will help
stabilize your financial situation.
You can help children with their
problems.. Someone you care
about may not be completely
honest with you.' This :might
cause you to argue with anyone
and everyone. Control your tem-
per if you wish to avoid hurt feel-
ings..
Leo (July 23 August 22)
This week's scenario is high-


lighted by an emo----
tional roller coaster ,
ride. You will get
into arguments \\ith
friends or relatives if you don't
listen to them. Try hard not to
instigate unnecessary friction
with your loved ones. Your own
irritability will be largely at fault.
Your. need to meet new people
and spend more time away from


home may be due to a lack of
mental and emotional stimula-
tion. You have to make your mind
up about personal issues. There is
a good chance that someone is
just toying with your emotions.
Don't wear your heart on your
sleeve and try not to be too
revealing. Concentrate on your
financial investments. Use your
creative ingenuity to get your
own way, believe in yourself and
so will others. Avoid travel if pos-
sible. Your reputation may be
affected if you get involved in
secret love affairs. Be a giver, not
a taker.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) This week's
scenario is highlight-'
ed by intuitive feel-I
ings about domestic
& personal changes.
Don't become angry
with family or friends. Listen to
friends, their advice may be valu-
able. You will have to gauge your
activities wisely, or exhaustion
will result. Travel will be tiring
and uneventful. Home entertain-
ing could provide you with stim-
ulating ideas, however expect
your new acquaintances to be a
little pushy at first. Don't be
drawn into a questionable plan,
gossip will only result in making
you look bad. Domestic purchas-
es will be profitable, you should
be looking into real estate buys or
a residential move. Get into self-
improvement projects that will
take your mind off your troubles.
Necessary changes in your home
environment may not seem wel-
come, but they will be favorable
in the long run.
Libra (Seprember 23 -
October 23) This week's sce-
nario is highlighted
Db \ou.ir abilit-to
direct your mind to-
areas that bring iou
closer to ad\ ance-
ment. Don't waste e 3 our time tr -
ing to deal with erratic individu-
als. Don't take on too many proj-
ects. Focus on getting ahead your
own way. Greater self-esteem
will result from your accomplish-
ments. Lending will get you into
trouble. losses are e\ ident if you
are 'careless with your ca.ih.
Changes to your living, quarters
or presidential moves will be to
\our ad\ vantage. Visitors j\
drop b., resulting in friction
ber\een you and your mate. Tr)
hard to keep your calm, or the
silent treatment v.\ill be sure. to
follow. Uncertainties at home
will be upsetting. Bide your time
and let things unfold as the\ ma\.
By week's end, you'll be able to
enjoy getting together 'with
friends and relati es.. Refrain
from overindulgence.
Scorpio (October 24 .-
November 21) :This weeek's,
scenario is highlight-
ed by your need for -.
some peace and .
quiet. You can' expect
those you live with to
have their.own ideas about how
they'want things done around the
house. Be sure to pamper your-
self by doing exactly what you
Svant and not what everyone else
wants.:You will not take personal
criticism well. Don't retaliate vet-
ball\ or tempers will escalate.
Don't argue; just work in your
own space and avoid getting into
heated debates. You can expect
delays or. problems with ship-
ments, operating equipment or
mail. You would be wise to delve
into creative projects or hobbies
to keep out of trouble. Instant
romance will not be lasting. Take
precautions if you wish to spare
your heart. Your concern for
older family members and those
who need help will enhance your
reputation. You can form partner-
ships that will be fruitful and long
lasting.
Sagittarius (November
22 -December 21)
This week's scenario
is highlighted b:,
positive energy and
your ability to pro-
mote your ideas and talk about
your intentions. This will not be
an easy time to talk to your mate
about serious matters. You are
likely to say things that you will


regret later. Try to pick up valu-
able resource information to aid
you in your business deals. Your
financial situation will suffer if
you try to expand your interests
too quickly. Stay away from
those risky financial ventures that
you find so tempting. Don't make


major decisions too quickly.
Your tendency to exaggerate
could get you into trouble. Take
your time, be patient.
Unexpected visitors will be a
welcome sight. Keep busy with
your weekend chores. You'll be
able to make favorable changes
in your domestic scene. Take
care of all those chores that have
been building up.
Capricorn (December
22 January
19)This week's sce-
nario is highlighted
by your ability to
allow others the free-
dom they require. Don't try to
push your beliefs on them..
Friends will be able to give you
some sound advice if you open
up about your personal concerns.
Talk to those you respect about
your professional intentions. You
may want to look into ways of
making a little extra cash. Offer
your services to those in aposi-
tion to hire you. Don't spend too
much on travel or friends.
Opportunities to meet new and
exciting individuals may develop
through educational pursuits.
Sign up for lectures or courses to
broaden your horizons. Pursue
competitive outdoor activities
that will be sure to bring you the
stimulation you require. You will
be able to motivate others in a
positive manner that will bring
favorable results.
Aquarius (January 20 -
February 18) This week's sce-
niario is highlighted
bi sour ability to
concentrate on your
hobbies Your strong
vision of the- way
things are supposed to be, gives
you confidence in yourself. You
may -meet potential mates
through volunteer groups. Even
though problems at work, are
likely. tr to go about \our busi-


ness and to avoid getting
involved in gossip. You will
enhance your reputation if you
bend over backwards to help
someone truly in need. Don't let
others talk you into things that
you really 'don't want to do. You
will have a tendency to spend too
much on children or entertain-
ment. You may experience finan-
cial loss if you are careless with
your wallet or your investments.
Don't let your temper get out of
hand. Someone may try to draw
you into an argument. Use your
compassionate manner to ease
the tension and turn the situation
around. You take the lead and
stay there. You're quick to evalu-
ate and to make your move. Don't
let anyone take advantage of your
generosity.
Pisces (February 19 .
March 20) This week's scenario
is highlighted by
your ability to get
control of your
moods. Participate ii
sports events that
will test your endurance. You
should try to spend time with
those who canr help li'ffyour spir-
its. You need some intellectual
interaction. Your partner will be
in need of special'attention, as
well. ConmniLcation' will .help'
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Concentrate on proLjects that
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innovative investments. 'Travel
will be conducive to meeting new
love interests. Listen to others
and you will be sure to obtain
valuable. information. Don't let
employers interfere with your
plans. They may try to take cred-
it for your efforts. Don't make
statements unless you ha e all the
pertinent ,information on hand.
You may be quesnoned and made
to look foolish if you ha en't
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