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Shooter In Sherwood
Forest Area Arrested
Toriano Addaryl Lawson, Sr.
The shooting of
Ricardo Riley, 23 by,
Lawson Sr., 34, caused
quite a conversation for
residents of Sherwood
Forest near Danville
,Avenue. Witness said
that the men were argu-
ing when Riley threw a
gun on the ground. At
that point, Lawson
picked it up and shot
Riley. several times.
Officers were unable to
JSO Correctional Officer
Killed In Accident
Belinda Brown, a 16-
i oear JSO veteran was
killed in a crash Tuesday
d ismoeRnin- on I-95 near
t Ba\mneados l Road.
Florida Highli\xa Patrol
Said that Brown was head-
ed south on 1-95 when she
Approached a tractor trailer
..mo1 ing Neri slowing
because of inechanical
Belinda Brown problems and apparent!
did not realize the trailer
-was ha\m:in problems and therefore struck the trailer
and was lodged underneath.
Bro\\ n v, as a basketball playing correctional officer
and served as a center on the team. 'All praised her
\ ork and personality.
Bro\\ n is sur\ i\ ed by her teenage son and family
members. Flags \ere lowered to: half-staff in her
honor at the Police Memorial Building. Funeral serv-
ices will be held on Saturday, February 4 at 11,: 00 a.m.
at the Soluthsde Church- of God and Christ, 2179
locate Lawson immediately.
He was later apprehended. Ricardo was taken to
Shands Jacksonville where surgery was performed and
his condition became stable.
Lawson's arrest records include incidents in 1999, a
traffic ticket in 2002, two assaults in 2003 as well as
fraud charges.during that year and the present aggravat-
ed battery on Riley.
Owner Of Myrtle Avenue
Not Be Available
Reginald Maurice Dawson
- Last week, Pharmacist
Dawson, 43, was arrested
on four outstanding war-
rants issued by Union
County Sheriff s Office
for -trafficking in
Hydrocodone as a result
of a joint investigation
during the months : of
October and November
The in estimation
began when the Designer
Drug Squad became
aware of numerous fraud-
ulent prescriptions being
filled at the Your Family
Pharmacy located on
Myrtle Avenue and
owned by .Da\ soh and
his business partner,
The two also owned
Spires Family Pharmac\.
which h \\as located in
After the arrest of
seized computers and
pharimac records as \\ell
as pills 'carr ing an
approximate street value
The pharmacy is still
open to conduct business
but due to the seizure of
records, patients who had
filled there may
encounter difficulties in
obtaining refills and
should call their physi-
cians or the pharmacy for
Minority AIDS Coalition Of Jacksonville To Host 2006 AIDS Summit
The 2006 AIDS
Summitt, presented by
the Minority AIDS
Jackson\ ille. \\ill be
held February 16 and 17
Conference Center in
This \ear's AIDS
reno\\ ned experts who
will present timely infor-
mation on topics related
to AIDS. For cost of the
con ference and other
NEWS IN BRIEF
Los Angeles To Pay
To Biggie's Family
The Cit\ of. Los,
Angeles \\as ordered by
a federal judge to pay
$ .1. million in legal
costs to the family\ of
slain rapper. Notorious
B.I.G. as sanctions for
intentionally wiNx thholding
information, call 358-
1622. ext. 230 or 231.
Deadra Green is the
Chdirperson for the AIDS
include Ri\er Region
Human Services. Florida.
A&Mll Uni\ersitN College
evidence during the fami-
ly's civil lawsuit trial.
C'h r is t o p h e r
Wallace was shot and
killed March 9, 1997.
The judge had declared. a
mistrial last summer after
finding that a, police
detective hid statements
linking the killing to for-
of Pharmacy, and The
An awareness session
\\ill be held 6:00 p.m. to
midnight on February 8
at Roosevelt Gardens
Apartments, 702 North
mer LAPD officers.
GPS May Soon
Be Installed For Speed
travel about 5 to 10
miles above speed limit,
no matter what is posted.
Well Canadians are test-
Our First Lady
Coretta Scott King,
Dead At 78
The Florida Star Staff
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her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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attend a reception, meet the press and speak at the
University of Houston \\ here I. had to introduce her,
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Rebuilding New Orleans and the Gulf Coast
Marc H. Morial, President and Chief Executive
National Urban League
Nearly five months after
the ravage of Hurricane
Katrina; a new plan has been
proposed to rebuild New
Orleans that could shake the
foundation of the basic rights
to property and freedom of
choice we as American's
hold dear. And it's happening
as we speak.
The "Bring New Orleans
Back Commission" recently
unveiled a plan that was not
only an affront, to Katrina
victims, but smacked of the
exclusion, division and
social engineering practices
reminiscent of an earlier,
uglier time in this nation's
The proposal identified
"certain neighborhoods" for
redevelopment and recom-
mended the demolition of
many of the city's most
racially diverse neighbor-
hoods. Residents from areas
like the 9th Ward, New
Orleans East, and Lakeview
would not be permitted to
move back for at least four
months and would have to
prove why their neighbor-
hoods should not be bull-
dozed. These same neigh-
borhoods represent almost
two-thirds of the city and
more than half its homeown-
ers. To add insult to injury,
the plan proposed a building
moratorium that would pro-
hibit returnees from obtain-
ing city permits for their
contractors even if they
chose to rebuild and not sell
their property to the city.
The Commission's plan
amounts to a massive, red-
lining scheme wrapped
around a giant land grab for
potential real estate develop-
ers. Moreover, it has once
again called into question the
ability of local leadership to
demonstrate any ability to
unify the community or mar-
shal the necessary support
and' resources of the federal
government to rebuild in city
in earnest. This lethargy has
caused some to ask the ques-
tion: If America should even
invest in rebuilding New
Orleans and the Gulf Coast?
The answer must be yes.,
First, we must recognize
that Hurricane Katrina was
an equal opportunity
destroyer. It devastated the
,lives and homes of the rich
and poor, black and white,
the "haves" and the "have-
nots". Our nation's core val-
ues demand that Katrina's
victims have the right to
return, rebuild and recover.
And our nation's history has
reaffirmed that right, in,
every century, again and
In the 19th century, the
great city of Chicago was
devastated by fire. Three-
hundred people lost their
lives, and 90,000 people
were left homeless. Yet,
Chicago city stands today as
one of the nation's great cen-
ters of commerce, culture,
multi-culturalism and diver-
sity. In the 20th century, the
great city of San Francisco
was ravaged by a great earth-
quake. It killed more than
700 citizens and caused
more than $400 million in
damage. However, today
San Francisco is one of the
nation and world's great cul-
tural and financial centers.
In 2001, the Big Apple,
New York City, was struck
by a terrorist attack that left
nearly 3,000 people of all
races, creeds and colors dead
and destroyed two great tow-
ers that were symbols of
American strength and com-
merce. Yet, New York City is
now experiencing a strong
economic rebound. All of
these cities have risen from
the ashes. They've come
from great disasters.
New Orleans is the birth-
place of jazz with its own
unique and extraordinary
culture. But, we must
remember that New Orleans
is also an economic engine
for this nation with port and
rail systems that link our
nation to the world. The corn
that's grown in Iowa, the cat-
tle, the finished goods, the
coal that's mined finds its
way to markets abroad
through the Port of New
Orleans. In addition, twenty-
five percent of America's oil
and gas reserves come
directly from the gulf.
But, will New Orleans
stand alongside of San
Francisco, Chicago and New
York as a city that experi-
ences a great rebound?
America must commit to
invest its muscle, its -might
and its will in the rebuilding
of this community.
In a recent trip to New
Orleans, I reaffirmed the
National Urban League's
position in our "Katrina Bill
of Rights". People must have
the right to return. No
rebuilding plan should write
off, select out or redline any
neighborhood. People must
have the right.to recover -- a
"9/11" like victim's compen-
sation fund and" fair repay-
ment at up to120% of their
home equity for property.
. The federal government
should support the building
of a category 5 levee and
flood protection system with
.coastal erosion protections.
We could pay for this system
with some of the $6 billion
dollars earned annually from
oil and gas leases located
along Louisiana's coastline.
Katrina survivors must
retain theii right to vote and
have the first opportunities
to work in the region. And
finally, a memorial to the.
1,000 victims who died must
created to honor them.
The images and that real-
ity of Katrina struck this
nation. It changed our lives,
and it changed the course of
events in our lifetime. Ne\v
Orleans and the region must
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FEBRUARY 4, 2006
Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-
MAD DADS AND AREA CLERGY DECLARE CITY-
WIDE SUPER PRAYER SUNDAY-In an effort to bring a
sense of order, to the disorder, brought about by the recent
homicides in Jacksonville, MAD DADS and area clergy are
calling for a CITYWIDE, SUPER DAY OF
PRAYER...Super Bowl. Sunday, February 5, 2005. First
coast pastors are being asked to lead congregations in a spe-
cial prayer; seeking GOD, to stop the spirit of homicide
across our city. We are asking GOD to restore PEACE to the
STREETS! The recent violence in Duval County should be
a concern for every citizen regardless of race, social and eco-
nomic status, or even geographical location. If one of us is
forced to live in fear, then all of us will live in fear! In other
words, any of us could be a statistic and a victim of a sense-
less violent crime! MAD DADS is committed to taking to
the streets to do what we can to encourage residents to work
with law enforcement. We are doubling our efforts to work
with local residents, churches, and community youth!
MAD DADS and area Pastors, along with a number of com-
munity groups, organizations and agencies will continue to
develop prevention and intervention projects.
CELEBRATION IN PRAISE--Pastor Willie Freeman and
the Church of Jesus invite the pubic to A Celebration in
Praise on Saturday, February 11, at 6:00 p.m. Admission is
free. Minister Ezra Jenkins presents the Jenkins Family,
Pure Gold, The Sunny Rose Gospel Singers, Lil' Jeff and
The Miracles, and West Jacksonville COGIC-Praise in
Motion. The church is located at 1336 Cesery Blvd. Willie
E. Freeman, Pastor.
MEN'S CLUB SEMINAR-AMen's Club Seminar,' entitled
"Understanding The New Medicare Drug Program", will be
held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, February 14 at St. Paul
Lutheran Church, 2730 W. Edgewood Ave.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT/WHITE ELE-
PHANT SALE-Trumpeter Eddie Preston will appear in a
Black History Month event on Thursday, February 9, 7:00
p.m.-11:00 p.m. and during a banquet Friday, February 10,
7:00 p.m. in the educational center of First A.M.E. Church of
Palm Coast. 91 Old Kings Rd. North. For ticket information
call (386) 437-5142. The Inspirational Choir of First
A.M.E. Church will sponsor a White Elephant Sale on
Saturday, March 1, 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. For more informa-
tion call the church at (386) 446-5759. Rev. Dr. Gillard S.
Glover, Senior Pastor.
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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
It is customary to gi\e rela-
ti es, friends, neighbors and co-
workers an oppommnitr to call at
the funeral home, prior to the
sen ices, to paN their respects.
The hours designated for this
purpose are known as "calling
or visitation hours A member
of the family\ is usually present
at these times.
Each familN should deter-
mine the number of family\
members needed during calling
hours. Recei ing the sy mpath\
of friends hour after hour is con-
soling and helpful to some; to
others, it is an almost intolera-
ble, soul-shanering experience.
It is not necessary for famni-
I1 members to ha\e long con-
\ersations with visitors A sim-
ple, "Thank \ou. Sarah: it
means so much to ha\e friends
like you.at this time," is all the
reply that is required.
If the casket is open during
calling hours, as.is customary
in many regions, callers may
wish to approach the casket and
say a final farewell. '
.It is not necessary. for a
family member to accompany
Our 4lm Is INor 1o equai But tE,
5660 Moncrief Rd "
FLORIDA STAR PAGE A-3
Abyssinia Baptist Church Receives
$100,119 For New Wellness Clinic
Rev. Dr. Tom Diamond and others display a replica of a $100,119 check' for the New
Northcare Wellness Clinic
Fullwood and Pat Lockett-
Felder along with State
Representative Terry Fields
presented a $100, 119 check
Heart OfA Woman Luncheon To Feature Local Doctor
The Women of Color
Cultural Foundation, Inc., in
partnership with the Duval
County Health Department
(DCHD) is set to present an
event that focuses on aware-
ness and educational efforts
in reducing heart disease in
women. The "Heart of a
Woman" luncheon \\ill be
held Friday, February 3rd,
Twelve ,Noon, at the
Radissoh Riverwalk Hotel,
BARTLEY-Mary E. Banles. died
ianuary' 29. 20116.
BELL-Christine. died lanuarn 25.
BROWN-Bellnda M. 42. died
January 30. 2006.
BROWN-NMinnie B.. died lanuar 30.
BLiCKNER-Mozella, died January-
BO.ER-Sk lar Anne, died January
2f, 2006. :'. : .
CALLAHAN-Johnrnie W., died
January 25, 2!006. ,
CANNON-Lerot. died Januan 24.
CARTER-Edv.ard D. Sr.. died
January. 29. 2006.
COOK-Robert S.. January 29. 2006.
COWART-Chester R. Jr. died
January 26, 2006.:
DANIELS-Chartice 55. died Januar
DUNBAR-Deacon Hera)y, died
January 25, 2006.
FRANKS-Roderick, died January 23,
GANT-Mary, died January 25, 2006.
HA RRELL-Joe. died. January 22,
HILLIER'-Nathainel. died January
HINES-George w., Jr., 39. died janu-
ans 25. 2006.'
HOLMES-C)nthia Diane. died
Januar, 22. 2006.
HOLT-Ed\rard. died January 27,
HORN-Robert. died .anuary 26,
KJRBY-Ella. died lanuar, 2'. 2006.0
LLWIS-Sincl.i. died Januarn 25,
LIN\6OOD-William H., II, 48, died
January 28. 2006. Alphonso West
98. died January 28, 2006.
MOTE-Annie. died Januar)y 29,
2006 : ,
NEWSON-lames. E., died&, January
RADFORD-\\illie Roy, II, died
Januau) 25, 2006.
SCOTT-Michael T:,rone, died
.jnrLia-, 22, 2006.
SHEAD-Phoebe M.. died January 2".
2006. Alphonso \est Morruan. Inc.
SIMMONS-Willie E.. died Januar)
25. 2006 ,
SINGLETARY-Milford Allen, Sr.,
64. died Januar. 26. 2006.
STEWARD-Robert, died January 18,
TAYLOR-Edith, died January
29, 266 .
TRIPLETT-Omeco R., 30, died
January 22, 2006.
Januan 28, 2006.
died January 23; 2006.
January 27, 2006.
WRIGHT-Veronica J., 52, died
January 24, 2006.
1515. Prudential Drive, in
the St. John's Room.
Featured keynote speaker
for the luncheon is noted
area physician Dr. Kenyatta
Dr. Lee is a family prac-
tice physician who attended
the Mayo Graduate School
of Medicine in Rochester,
Minnesota. He did his resi-
dency in family practice at
the Hospital of' the
SUniversity of Pennsvylania.
-in Philadelphia. Dr. Lee is a
Clinical Assistant Professor
at the Unilersitr of Florida
College of Medicine in
He is Board Certified in
family practice and practices
medicine at the Soutel
Family Practice Center. Dr.
Lee speaks to groups in the
community x\ith high inci-
MRS. LULA B.
JUNE 19, 1905-
Mother, it has been 8
Years to this day that
you left us, but that
was only the flesh.
Your wonderful spirit is
still with us.
Otis E: Daniels;
Renee and Monique.
CEDRIC R. CISERO I
Jan. 19, 1964-Feb. 7, 2003
God looked around His
garden and saw an
He then looked down ,
on earth, and saw your
He put His arms
around you and lifted
'you to rest.
God's garden must be
a beautiful place
for He only takes the
We miss you.
YOUR LOVING FAMILY,
dence of health disparities,,
especially in the areas of'
cardiovascular disease and.
The Heart of A Woman:
luncheon is being presented
in a panel discussion format:.
to better outline issues that
surround awareness of heart
'disease in \wonien.
Panelists for the discus-
sion portion of the luncheon
Irmatine Bealyer. NIQH,
C o:m m u n.i t y:
Cynthia Griffin. PharmD
PharmacN ,: Manager.
Du\al Counrty Health
to Dr. Tom E. Diamond of
the Abyssinia Missionary
Baptist Church for the New
Northcare Wellness Clinic
located at the Corner of
Monaco and Depaul Drive
on the Jacksonville's
Northside. Eight bikes and
two computers were also
given to the ABC Christian
Academy, a private school
of the chArch, which were
donated by CH2M HILL an
Ken Stokes, Community
Development Director of
A.P.E.L. Health Services, a ..,
non-profit subsidiary of
Abyssinia received the
check during services held
at the church on Sunday
SThe funds, will be used
for renovations and repairs
to the iewly purchased clin-
ical facility. "This is a comrn-
mitment from )our council
persons to address the dire
need for health-wellness and
disease preventions and
interventions in at risk com-
munities", Stokes said.
"We commend the dedi-.':-
cation and the hard work of:
the Hon. Councilpersons
Fullwood and .Lockett-
Felder and State Rep. Fields
for impro\ ing the quality of
life for the communities
they serve." The NorthCare
Clinic \ill provide health
screenings for High Blood
Pressure. Diabetes, HIV. and
Cholesterol. For more infor-
Ination \isit \ww\v'.apel-
The Church Directory
"Come and Worship With Us"
New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville4 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 Mleeing 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School Resiew 8:00 p.m. H-
Pastor: Res. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-5727 Church
(904) 768-0272 Home
MT. 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
Chlrsu d, 1I, our urs .r ..'u as borid al Roi,: aeain (see I Corinmtians 1-4)
Sulzbacher Ouireach Ser ice. ................. ......... ........ .... ...8 30 a.m.
Sunday) School...... ..... ............... ...10.00 a.m.
Morning Worship .... ..... 11:00 a.m.
Evening \\orship......... .... ......... .. ..... ...... ............... ....... 6:30 p.m .
Wednesday, & Friday Night Ser slices. ... ....... ......... ......................7:30 p m.
Saturday Prison Outreach .............................. 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Ourreach........................ ........ 3rd and 4th Saturdays
Inliemriillonal Sunda. School 9 uO: a m and5 i0 p m Saturdays on WYIMM .IM 1530
A Bible Preaching, Bible Belieming and Bible Practicing Church
"'Wilhoul the shedding or Blood. here is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)
Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
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
S2036 Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
S(904) 354-7249- Church
*. Bible Power Enrichment Hour
Sunday School 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Praise & 11orship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.
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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I-IAl.- SITAR.. .AV.2.. .&
"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"
Ebony Fashion Fair Fit To Be Fabulous
Move over Broadway! It's January 2006 on the First
Coast! And what happens in January each year on the
First Coast? But of course, Ebony Fashion Fair and as
any venue selected, the Florida Theatre was jam-
packed with First Coast fashion enthusiasts for the
Alpha Jax Foundation, Inc. to benefit the Gamma Rho
Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's annu-
al Ebony Fashion Fair Show. The very trendy annual'
event, which benefits the programs of the sorority's
local chapter, showcased the 'Fit To be Fabulous'
theme of the 48th show illuminated new, varied and
exciting designs of Givenchy, Oscar de la Renta,
Reem Acra, Christian LaCroix, Jean Louis Scherrer
and Black designers Barbara Bates, b. Michael and
Tracy Reese. As always it was an evening to experi-
An added pleasure for the evening were the-MC's
WJXT reporter Bryan J. Kelly and CBS TV 47 Anchor
Ms. Dawn Lopez. They were fabulous!
Magnificent door prizes from: American Airlines,
Ford Motors, Fashion Fair and J. Renee Shoes were
Special kudos to both the Chairperson Mrs. Levon
Burnett and her able Co-Chair Mrs. Johnnetta Moore
for putting on another premier event along with chap-
ter's new president Ms. Beverly Shields.
SWhether it's glamour, elegance and beauty, the
Ebony Fashion Fair has it all until next year Happy
Mark Your Calendar
**Jacksonville Alumna Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority's 'Red Dress Affair'' A series of events to sup-
port the American Heart's Association's "Search Your
Heart Program" begins with a Gala Concert February 9,
8:15,PM, featuring the Ritz Chamber Players at the
Terry Theatre. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster
(904) 353-3309. Activities that follow are: Red Dress
Health Symposium,. February 11, 11 AM-3PM,
Regency Square; and Red;Dress Sunday, February we
at local African-American Churches.
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SLinks, Inc. presents it's Annual Western Gala, "A
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burnett with Gamma Rho Omega's new prexy Ms. Beverly Shields.
These sorority sisters from. both the Gamma Rho Omega Chapter
were fashionably dressed for the ocassion.
MC's for the First Coast's Ebony Fashion Fair Event Ms. Dawn Lopez
and Brian Kelly.
Immediate past president of Gamma Rho Omega Mrs. Patricia Hill
Mitchell and Mrs. Sandra Cummings Thompson are always provid-
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among the featured models for the 2006 Ebony Fashion Fair event.
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known as much for his dedication to guide and advise the
next generation as for his award-winning recipes. Believing
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Southern food and devotion from professional chefs,
restaurant o ners and those he lent a helping hand.
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Book Examines Slavery In Florida
Through Interviews With Former Slaves
A new book entitle No Man's Yoke on My Shoulders:
Personal Accounts of Slavery in Florida, examines slavery in
Florida through interviews with former slaves.
The book, the 13th book in the Real Voices, Real
HistoryTM Series, edited by Alabama native Horace Randell
Williams, features two narratives from Jacksonville.
From 1936 to 1938, the Federal Writer's Project, a part of
the New Deals works Progress Administration, hired writers,
editors, and researchers to interview as many former slaves
as. they could find and to document their lives during slav-
N ore than 2,000 Iformer slaves in I" states \\ere inter-
ie\\ed No Nlan's Yoke on N\ Shoulders contains selec-
tioIns from 2I ) of the -2 inter ies no\\ archi\ed in the
LibrarN of Congress as inter\ lets \ ith Florida slax es.
"'The richness of the narratives and the di\ersit\ of thle
\ oices makl, e the project a unique \\ ndo\\ into the Amenrcan
past. These inter\iei\s are often the onil historic record of
the thoughts and recollections of those \\ho had been in
bondae." \\Williams \%rites in the introduction to his ne\\
No N an's Yoke on Nli Shoulders. John F. Blair.
Publisher, presents po%\erfuLl firsthand testimones of one of
the most challenging chapters in our nation's history Tihe
testimonies come from those \\ho experienced sla \erN it
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were African-American employed
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While the narratives in other
states weretranscribed in first-per-
son, Williams discovered that most
of the Florida narratives had been
rewritten in third-person, losing the
dialect and voice that make these Horace Randall
narratives so unique. Williams
"Some historians have been
skeptical of usefulness of the slave narratives because of the
suspected influence of the interviewers, especially
when...the subjects were elderly illiterate, poor African
Americans," Williams writes.
Compiling the Florida narratives presented challenges.
Less than two dozen of the 2,358 interviews in the collection
contained detailed nemories of slaere in Florida. From
those, Williams selected 20 oral histories to include in the
Recollections such as those of Frank Berry.aid Squires
Jackson Lgx\e the lie to the myths and situations that ha\ e sur-
rounded the South's "'peculiar institution" and its legacy.
,"Even in slaver.," Bern- said, "the M\hite people didn't kill
Negroes then as they do no\\. An\ body can kill a'negronow
because rhe\ ain't \\ortha cent to nobod.."
Jackson disagreed. "'Een the best masters in slavern
couldn't be as good as the \\orst person in Freedom," he
said. "O)h. God, it's good to be free. and I am thankful."
Horace Randall Williams, an Alabama native. has
researched and Tritten extensively about ci\il rights, segre-
gation. and slavery during three decades as a reporter, \writer,
editor, and publisher of newspapers, magazines, and books.
He is the former managing editor of Southern Changes mag-
azine and \\as the founding director of the Southern Poverty
La\\ Center's Klan\ watch Project. He is the author of the chil-
dren's books Joumnie Carr and \V. E. B. Du Bois.
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less than ten years after her husband's assassination, I kept thinking, "What an awe-
some person and how honored I was to own a
vehicle that the city was proud of and wanted her
CORETTA to enjoy its luxury so I was chosen to be her host-
SCOTT ess. I kept thinking to myself that it was hard for
KIN'G me to believe that this 'little country girl from
1927-2006 Gainesville, Florida would be so privileged.' It
was a pleasure that I will always cherish. I saw
her years later at the airport in Atlanta and was
surprised that she remembered me and my car. I
was in the audience and did not get a chance to
talk with her when she came to Jacksonville last year but, I did not have to, I was still
reminiscing and grateful for the privilege I had during the late 70's and 80's" said pub-
Coretta Scott was born on April 27, 1927 in Perry County, Alabama. She graduat-
ed from Antioch College in Ohio with a degree in music and continued her studies at
the New England Conservatory of Music.
In 1953, she married a young preacher, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and on
November 17, 1955 their daughter, Yolanda was born. Ironically, this young mother
encountered problems because of the movement shortly thereafter for, on January 30,
1956, a bomb was thrown into their home in Montgomery. No one was injured and the
scare did not stop the couple's dedication to non-violence or the growth of their fami-
ly. Martin III was born in 1957, Dexter in 1961 and Bernice in 1963.
Prior to the birth ,of Dexter and Bernice however, the Kings moved from
Montgomery to Atlanta. Bernice was born March 28, 1963 and on August 28, 1963 the
great March on Washington was held where her father, delivered the very famous "I
Have A Dream" speech.
On April 4, 1968, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis,
Tennessee and four days after her husband's assassination, Mrs. King led 50,000 peo-
ple through the streets of Memphis in a march to continue her husband's beliefs and
legacy. Two and a half months later, she founded the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Center in Atlanta where she continued his fight for civil rights.
Mrs. King testified before joint hearings of Congress in support of a national holi-
day honoring her husband in 1979, and in 1983 President Ronald Reagan signed a bill
establishing the third Monday of every January as the Martin Luther King Jr. National
Holiday. On January 20, 1986,.the first national celebration began.
The mighty lady of determination continued her husband's dream with her four chil-
dren by her side. She suffered a heart attack and stroke on August 16, 2005 but was
able to watch the 20th anniversary of the King Day ceremonies on television, January
Mrs. King died in Mexico. She had chosen the Santa Monica Health Institute in
Mexico because it was known for providing alternative treatments to patients with,.
incurable diseases. The clinic is located about 16 miles south of San Diego, California.
The. First Lady of Civil Rights, Mrs. Coretta Scott King, died in her sleep on
January 31, 2006. She was 78-years-old.,
Ralph G. Neas, president of People For the American Way said, "It only adds to the
tragedy that Mrs. King's death and that of Rosa Parks just a few months ago-comes as
so many of our nation's leaders are turning their backs on the principles to which King
and Parks dedicated their lives.
We now share the burden of upholding their legacy in the only way that counts -
.dedicating ourselves to continuing their work and their struggle. Let us be guided by
their vision and sustained by their strength."
Alvin Brown of Jacksonville who is a very close friend of the family and director
of the Willie Gary Classic said he would like to see the King holiday officially become
the Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta ScOtt King holiday.
SMemorial services had not been announced at the time of this report.
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going faster than the posted speed limit of whatever road you just happen to be on.
With such a system, there will be no more speed traps. Will America accept that?
Black History Museum To Be Built In Nation's Capital
The Smithsonian Institution has agreed to build a national museum of African-
American history on the National Mall in Washington, D. C. The museum will cover
African-American history:from slavery through civil rights and isexpected to be com-
M uhammad Ali Receives First Eier'Award
SFrom Council At World Economic Forum
The Athlete of the Century. as reported by USA Toda-y.
Nluhammad Ali. received the first-e\er award from the'
SCouncil of 100 Leaders, at the World Economic Forum in
S S\ itzerland for 1is efforts in promoting unity bet%%een
:... Muslims and westerners. All was accompanied by'his
S -"h.i wife. Yolanda. The organization was formed two years ago
to promote understanding between the West and Muslims.
In presenting the honor, Britain's former archbishop of
S''.' Canterburn. Loid Carey of CliftOn repealed Ali's famous
S.'statement. "I float like a butterfly and sting like 'a bee!"'
;',,'; ;With that, even though Ali could not speak, he lashed but
__ ______ t ith a quick left jab.
Paying For College Tour Comes To Jacksonville
According to sources, every high school graduate with a social security number is
entitled to free or cheap money to pay for college. Want toknow more, meet Saturday,
February 11 at 11 a'.m. at the Mandarin Regional Library located at 3330 Kori Road in
Georgia Mlother Arrested For Killing 3-Year-Old Son.
Mary Jane King, 34, reportedd her
three-year-old adopted toddler-missing
Tuesday from a Wal-Mait parking lot in'
Jessup; Georgia and pleaded for help in
t finding him.
SAs officers searched for the boy
(Ahmad King), evidence was found that
made them feel the child was dead and
Mary Jane: .. Ahmad King, after a two-day search, found his body on
King a tree farm off a dirt road about 15 miles from their home, in a row
of pines and concealed with straw. L An autopsy was performed and it was determined
'that Ahmad had been beaten to death. His mother finally admitted to killing him, which
shocked the community, who knew her'as a loving and kind woman who loved her chil-
dyren -biological.foster and adoptive.,
Senator Anthony C. 'Tony' Hill Asks
Pastors To 'Hug A Child' And Say
A Prayer On Sunday, February 26
Anthony "Tony" Hill
Florida State Senator
Anthony C. "Tony" Hill,
Sr. is asking all pastors to
please set aside SPECIAL
TIME to call all of the
young people up to the
altar, during their Regular
Worship Service on
Sunday, February 26,
2006, and take the time to
HUG each young person
.and offer a Special Prayer
for the group, before they
return to their seats.
He is asking that they
please make this a very
special part of their serv-
ice. Senator Hill stated
that "for many of, our
young ones this may be
the first time they receive'
a special hug and definite-
ly the first time a special
prayer is said especially
SSenatdr Hill states "it is
our goal' to have 'Hug A
Child, And Say A Pra\ er'
occurring in every church
in Jacksonville during nor-
mal Sunday morning wor-
ship hours on February 26,
Senator Hill is asking
tlat this request be spread
to pastors throughout the
city, and through out each
congregation, to help
make these services joy-
ous occasions in .every-
Senator Hill reminds us
that \\e are living in very
He stated "our young
people, especially our
oung men. need to kno\\
we care about them and we
love them. They need to
know we are not afraid to
lovingly touch them, that
we want to show them our
love and we want to teach
them that caring and love
should be. shared between
all of us."
The senator states to
the pastors, "our children
are begging us to help
them. They are pleading
with us to show them we
care about what's going on
in their lives and are \\ 1l-
ing to listen to them and
help them, no matter \ hat
the problem is."
According to mental
health specialist: Suicide
is currently the third-lead-
ing cause of death among
people ages 15 to 24.
While adults mna\ think
what cause's a teen to com-
mit suicide is remarkable \
,insignificant," w hat ma\
traumatize a troubled
teenager oiil\ makes it
harder to predict which
teens are really at risk.
.While sometimes they
may take their lives after
-even an argument. a break
up,-or a.bad grade could be
the cause.' ,
The Threat of Suicide
ntist be taken seriously.
and we must learn the
\warning signs and ho\\ to
get help. for the person.
A list of the w warning
signs, risk factors and pro-
tectite factors is included
with this notice, and \\e
ask that it be published
along with this release.
NFL Head Coach Ton\
-.Dungy suffered the loss of
his son, through suicide.
He stated during one of the
many interviews he gave
about his: families most
grievous loss, that he
"regretted having not
'hugged' his son" as he left
for the airport after spend-
ing thanksgiving with the
INVITATION TO BID
Hubbard Construction Company invites all DBE's
to bid the following Jacksonville Transportation
authority project on February 8, 2006.
Argyle Forest Boulevard
BCP 1014-06 ,
Work consists'of hauling, dewatering, PVP pipe. erosion control clearing
& grubbing, base & Ilmerock material, storm drainage material, concrete
flatwork grassing, signs, pavement markings force main & materials sig-
nalization, fencing, landscaping, concrete curb & gutter and guardrail
Plans and special provisions are available for review at our Orlando and
Jacksonville offices Please submit your.proposal in written form on or
before Tuesday, February 7, 2006 to 1936 Lee Road, Winter Park. FL
32254 Phone: 407-645-5500. Fax: 407-623-3865 or 5154 Edwards St
Jacksonville, FL 32254 Phone: 904-695-0220, Fax: 904-695-0433 or
e-mall to estimating@hubbaj'd con .
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Senator Hill is asking
pastors to please not miss
this opportunity to "Hug A
Child, and Say A Prayer,"
on Sunday, February 26,
2006, and to make this a
memorable day in the
lives of the young people
in all of our churches.
': 'Senator Hill may be
contacted by calling his
office at 904-924-1646.
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COUNCILWOMAN PAT LOCKETT-FELDER
City Council District 7
Invites you to attend the following Community Meetings:
Monday, February 6, 2006, 6:30 p.m.
Eastside Community Center 1050 Franklin Street
Tuesday, February 7; 2006, 6:30 p.m.
Mary L. Singleton Sr. Citizens CenterAuditorium
150 East 1st Street
Voting Precinct Changes for
7C, 7J and 7F (Eastside Community Center)
7M and 7R (Mary L. Singleton Sr. Citizens Center)
Jerry Holland, Duval County Supervisor of Elections will present
the proposed changes and will address questions and/or concerns.
Pleas? call (904) 630-1384 for additional information.
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With The Gilyards
On American Beach
By Marsha Dean Phelts
rving and Deloris Gilyard have been permanent
residents of American Beach for nearly 30.
\1 years. They fell in love with American- Beach
\'. .as much as they fell in love with each other.
In a recent fireside chat with Erving Gilyard he
-, reminisced with fondness about the day he met the
beautiful new teacher who would become his wife.
Mr. Gilyard said, "I met her in the summer of
1976 at a retirement celebration for Mr. Bryant, for
Whom the Bryant Academy in ,Yulee w.as' named."
According to Erving, Deloris was the one who spotted him and did-
Sn't restt until she coaxed a colleague, Nancy Johnson to introduce them.
A native of Yulee, Gllvard claims that he was a good catch. He had ajob at
S the paper mill, a new burgundy% Mlonte Carlo straight from the showroom and his own
After iheir courtship and marriage Aprill 15, 1978, the Gilyards found a maritime parcel in
\merican Beach to be an ideal place to build their ne\\ home.
In sunmmner the throngs of people that cro\\ ded the beach ga\ e them the excitement ofa rich social life while win-
Deloris and Erving Gilyard ters offered seclusion and quietness. American Beach property was affordable for those who didn't mind liv-
ing way out in the boonies.
The newly weds had their choice of vacant lots or homes along the oceanfront or in wooded interior. Both preferred the privacy of the woods
and purchased a half-acre at the northern most.boundary of American Beach. Today their east view overlooks a grove of citrus trees among mam-
moth ferns and lilies. Oaks, magnolias and palmetto palms blanket the north and south views. The sight of a sunken lake peaks from the western
end of their home.' .
When Deloris Thornton of Bronson, Florida met --
Erving she had just graduated from Florida State l "
University and was looking for a job and a husband. It I .
wasn't long before her dreams came true. She was hired -
as an exceptional education and home economics teacher
at the Fernandina Beach High School. During the 30 years
of her career at the high school she has been honored with
Mrs. Gilyard was one of three teachers in the 11 coun-
ty Northeast First Coast Florida District to receive the
prestigious First Coast Manufactures Association Career ,-
Development Awareness Award. She was selected for her
outstanding contributions and presented with a personal -
check for $1,000.00.. -
Erving has been working at the paper mills since 1969
when his childhood pal, Kenneth Shepherd recommended
him for an opening at St. Regis.
He started out as a billing clerk. At first wcirk at the Familv and friends make room for food feast From left: Kenneth Shepherd
The Gilyards continued on B-5
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paper mill was just a job. In the early years Erving had planned on leaving, but when
he was offered a raise to stay with the company, the job got even better. He learned more
about the industry as shipping supervisor, hyster driver, customer service representative
and other positions. Gilyard loved his work.
His latest promotion with Smurfit Stone Container Corporation gives him the respon-
-sibility of the safety of employees. He is the Safety Facilitator for the MOSSIE, Making
Observations So Safety Is Ensured.
Teaching is Deloris' vocation but catering has gradually become the family's avoca-
tion. It all started when family and friends called on her to bake their wedding cakes and
plan their receptions. '
When the Nassau County Community Development Corporation engaged Mrs. Torrie Gilyard looks forward to marketing the
Gilyard to cater their banquet more than twenty-five years ago, her catering career took Gilyard Family Entertainment Center.
off. She annually catered and decorated banquet halls with services for up 300 cele-
brants. From there, individuals, churches, schools and groups through out Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island, the First Coast and beyond depend-
ed on her culinary skills and services. Gilyard's family and friends found themselves deep in the catering business.
The immediate and extended Gilyard family teamed up, answering the call to get the job done. Unknowingly Erving became a partner in the
family business as the "go for" using his pickup truck to haul equipment.
He was called on for the
S- macho tasks of sawing oak and
ir maple wood for the barbecue pits.
SHe then found himself assigned to
"honey do" tasks of outdoor
grilling, as well as frying the fish
E ealie andchicken.
STheir only child, Torrie,
A i f through maturation and imitation
A has carved her niche in partner-
ship with her parents.
tTorrie began with what she
S. thought of as insignificant baby
'. steps, decoratively folding linen
napkins and sorting silver.
... I In her teenage years Torrie
found making floral bows and set
ting up menus on the computer an
easy and fun task to contribute.
S- -,Torrie enjoyed the creative-
ness of designing invitations and
.. decorating tables.
As time went on she was
..-I- 4" '-.#- -',assigned the task of piping the
deviled eggs and making assorted
sandwiches. She later began
From left: Gilyard colleagues on hand for a serious holiday feast, Linda, Rosella Pellam, Rhonda Bristol cooking, preparing fancy hours
and June Smith.' d'oeuvres and baking most deli-
Torrie also tried her hands at dipping strawberries in chocolate and making decadelit
candy treats. Before she realized it, Torri Gilyard had become a culinary apprentice and
dependable team member of the catering firmnn. Torri recently graduated from the
University of Central Florida in marketing and is employed at the Amelia Island
When asked to share their dreams, Erving Gilyard looked around at his family. He
looked from the sunroom out onto the deck that he built and he looked at the ripening
citrus on the trees they planted then mused, "I am living my dream everyday." Deloris
i and Torrie dream of building an event center to cater to the banquet, social and entertain-
ment needs of the community. Erving Gilyard, a deacon at Solid Rock Church of God
,"d by Faith supports their dream adding, "I had no idea of what I was getting into with the
A variety of sweet and juicy citrus is plentiful at the catering business. In the beginning, I would help out where I could, and looking back,
Gilyard's.. I would do it all over again."
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KEZIA JUSTICE After a suc-
cessful professional career as a
dancer and singer in Tampa and
Orlando, Ms. Justice had the pro-
found conviction to return to her
home town to raise the caliber of
professional performances and
productions in Jacksonville, to
present new opportunities for new
as well as experienced artists. As a
result, she founded Jacksonville
Centre of the'Arts Pre-Professional
School and Company in
Jacksonville, Florida as a non-
profit organization dedicated to the
fine arts, with emphasis ,on all
McLAUGHLIN: In 1988,
Vaughn McLaughlin found
is now a worldwide, n
known as The Potter's
plishments encompass bc
secular and the sacred rea
2001 he was the recipient
Award" presented by Jim 1
Business Institute and Floric
University. This prestigious
acknowledged the innovat
creative model of ec
eral church owned and o
businesses being housed
Potter's House Multiplex.
JAMES DAY: Mr. Day was
educated in the public schools
'of Alachua' Co Lnth. He com-
pleted a Bachelor of Education
degree from Florida Normal
College and a MRNasters of
Education degoee from Florida
A & M Unixersirt. Mr. Day
excelled as a teacher in the
Duval Country Public Schools
System f6r 40 years. James
Day once kno\ n a 's the "Dean"
of Jacksonville-area coaches
has been an inspiration and
guiding light to young athletes
in Jacksonville and in the State
Feb. 4, 1913,- Rosa
Parks (born Rosa
born on tfis day.
DAWN LOPEZ- Ms. Dawn
Lopez, anchor at CBS47, is a grad-
uate of the University of North
Florida with a degree in broadcast
journalism. She brings diversity to
the face of local journalism by
being one of a few African
American 'faces to work on the
anchor desk, and the only one
locally to .work more than an hour
and a half leading the newscasts.
Ms. Lopez brings integrity and
accountability to a profession,
which has the ability to shape ideas
OTIS SMITH:Otis Fitzgerald
Smith, founded Otis Smith Kids
Foundation and loves working
directly with children. He has been
involved with Volunteers for
UGHN Youth, Big Brothers, Big Sisters,
Bishop and Boy's Clubs since college. He
ed what conducted free basketball clinics
ministry during summers and off-time from
House the NBA. Smith won several civic
Bishop awards for his leadership and com-
accom- munity. involvement. He was
.th the given the key to the city by
films. In Jacksonville's mayor in 1988. In
of the June 1993, he received the FBI
ellence Directors Award for philanthropy
Moran's and community service. This
da State national award was given to only
,award 50 people in the U.S. He graduat-
ive and ed in 1986 from Jacksonville
onomic University with a degree-in mar-
for sev- keting and management. Smith
operated was an Official Torch Bearer for
in the the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games,
won the 1996 WTLV-12 Who Care
Council's Choice Award, and is on
the Board of Directors at the House
of Hope. He is co-General
Manager of the Orlando Magic.
TON: MIr. Washington graduat-
ed from Stanton High School
and went on to endeavor in
undergraduate studies at
Florida Memorial College. He
received his Master's Degree at
New York University in
Manhattan, New York. He has
been involved in community
service for more than 56 years,
during which time, he touched
the lives of thousands of peo-
ple. Among other things, he
was the Mayor's Appointee to
the Jacksonville Children
Commission where he served
for eight years. He is the origi-
nator of the Bob Hayes
Invitational Track Meet and has
spent 56 years in Education as
a teacher,4coach, dean, vice
principal and more.
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REGINALD GAFFNEY: Mr.
Gaffney, a graduate of Ribault
High School, received, his
Bachelor of Arts Degree from
FloridaA&M University. Through
his efforts, the Downtown
Springfield and surrounding areas
the establishment of the
Community Rehabilitation Center,
Inc., which serves as a place of
refuge for homeless and.mentally
challenged individuals. As a result
of his leadership as CEO, the CRC
is credited with many success sto-
ries, from those with severe mental
health illness, to those who are
affected by HIV/AIDS and/or sub-
stance abuse dependencies.
MALIVAI WASHINGTON: Mr.
Washington has been involved in
community -service more 'than 56
years, during which time he has
touched the lives of thousands of
people. Among other things, he
was the Mayor's appointee to the
Jacksonville Children Commission
where he, served for eight years.
He is the originator of the Bob
Hayes Invitational Track Meet and
has spent 56 years in Education as
a teacher, coach, .Dean, Vice
Principal and more. He won the
WJXT "Good for Your
Community" Service Award, The
Humanitarian Award, National
Community Conference for'
Community and Justice Award and
Delta Sigma Theta's Winona
Cargile Alexander Award. When
asked what he considers his most
worthwhile contribution, he stated,
"As -a former business owner, in
addition to community service, I
sponsored an annual Christmas
Party for children in the communi-
ty for nine years.
MRS. GERTRUDE P)EELE:
Gertrude Peele has called
Jacksonville home since 1931.
Jacksonville also has been the
main beneficiary of her lifetime of
commitment to children and com-
munity activism through con-
sciousness building. Mrs. Peele
remains tireless in various commu-
nity service organizations and
causes, all working to make this
world a better place to live, espe-
cially for children. Known locally
as the "voice of the children,"
much of Mrs. Peele's energy has
been focused on finding solutions
to the myriad of,challenges facing
children at risk.*
DR. JAMES A. WILLIAMS:
Dr. James A. Williams, Principal of
Paxon School for Advanced
Studies, has spent 23 of his 27
years of experience in the Duval
County School System in an
administrative'capacity, serving as
principal of Darnell Cookman
Counseling Center, Jean Ribault
High School, Englewood High
School, Stanton College
Preparatory School and presently
at Paxon School of Advanced
Studies, currently tanked as the
7th high school in the nation.
During his tenure, Ribault High
was cited by Ebony Magazine as
an effective urban school. Under
his administration, Stanton
improved to third in the nation ini.
the ,number of Advanced
Placement Tests taken and passed.
It was also cited in Redbook
Magazine as a school of excel-
lence. In March 2005, Newsweek
Magazine rated Paxon as the sev-
enth best high.school in the United
States. This is significant as five
years earlier the Florida
Department of Education rated
Paxon as a critically low perform-
BILL WILSON: Bill Wilson is
the Executive Director of Builders
Care, a non-profit division of
Northeast Florida Builders
Association that provides emer-
gency construction services to
low-income, elderly and disabled
people. He and his staff gather
and focus the'charitable efforts of
many individuals and organiza-
tions into one meaningful effort by
weaving volunteers, donations and
services into a very effective deliv-
ery system. On the 3rd Saturday of
each monthiil Mr. Wilson and his
team organize volunteer "Work,
Days" where everyone gathers in
the East parking lot of Alltel
Stadium. Area builders civic
groups, churches, individuals and
families all work together to make
a Grandma's home once again
warm and livable. In four years,
Builders Care has renovated over
600 homes,.giving away over 7
million dollars worth of fair mar-
ket value construction to the most
needy members of our community.
Recently, he organized a statewide
initiative to.use Builders Care
Jacksonville as a model for similar
programs across the country.
Programs have already begun in
Tallahassee, Lee County, Volusia
County and Wichita, Kansas.
ROGER SEARS: Mr. Roger
Sears holds a Bachelor's degree in
Criminal Justice with a minor in
Music. He holds the M.M. Ed in
Music Education. He has been
blessed with the opportunity to
touch the lives of students from
Project Upward Bound through
college. He is universally known
for his wonderful leadership of
Edward Waters' College Choir.
Honoring the mentors who
touched his life and inspired him
along the way, Dr. Sears prides
himself in being accessible to
young people who desire to follow
in his footsteps. His personal goal
is "To reach as many brothers and
sisters as possible."
CHIEF JEROME SPATES: This
awaridwas given to Chief Spates in
recognition of his part in establish-
ing (iOn. Magazine in the City of
JacdrL-,Ille and its surrounding
Tlih Legacy Award goes to a high
school or college. prudent who
exemplifies outstanding leadership
'ability, pr.miic of good citizen-
ship, and has cn.i-itnti, e,.czlled
academically. She is no stranger
to community service and embod-
ies qualniies that enhance our
image as an integral part of socie-
ty. In addition to the award,
Brittany will also receive a $2000
scholarship from the LBS
Foundation, the philanthropic arm
of Onyx Mj.iazine
CALL (904) 766-8834
Rumlin, a graduate of Florida A&
M University, has been involved
with issues of civil rights in this
area for more than 25 years and has
been able to impact a countless
number of individuals in a positive
manner. A summary of his life's
endeavors includes educational
issues, economic development,
environmental justice, voter's
empowerment, diversity issues--
especially as it relates to local TV
'news, police brutality -and exces-
sive force, and more.
LEWIS SIPLIN As an entre-
preneur in the restaurant business,
Mr. Lewis Siplin has spent many
years helping countless number of
people by providing jobs -both
inside and outside of the communi-
ty. He is 'the recipient of several
awards including the 2001 Alumni
of the Year Golden Viking Award,
the 2000 Church's Chicken 5 Star
Restaurant Award, the 1999 Small
Business Man of the Year present-
ed by 100 Black Men of
Jacksonville, the 1999 Equal
Opportunity Employer of the Year
presented by lajck.iin ille Urban
League, the 1999 Presideni's
Ai ard presented by Florida A&M
University, the 1999 Role Model
of the Year presented by Bethel
Baptist Church and many more.
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My 20-year-old daughter had been living with her dad and his wife. He informed her
that she would have to move out at the end of year so she didn't pay her car payment for
two months. Her car got repossessed and although I'm in a bad place myself with two
minor daughters, I tried to support her. My daughter is now angry with me, which is mak-
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Don't Shake Hands: Bow For Health
By George H. Russell
I believe that we could vastly improve the health of our citizenry and save billions
of dollars in costs associated with colds, flu and other illnesses if we, as Americans,
would adopt the practice of bowing when greeting one another, rather than shaking
Millions of Americans at any given time are infected with various viruses, the
symptoms of which are often concealed by the use of the vast array of medications
available, which allow sick people to continue working, rather than stay home in bed
where they are less likely to infect others.
This fact was brought home to me this past week, when after working in the cold
and rain for several hours, I came down with bronchitis-like symptoms. I should
have stayed in bed for a couple of days to avoid contact with the outside world, but
an extremely heavy work-load forced me to medicate myself to the point that I could
I made a point of staying away from my aged parents' house during the time that
I might have been infectious, and further made a point of standing back from people
when visiting with them. Yesterday evening, even though I was feeling much better,
and felt that I would no longer infect others, I made a point of sitting at least two
seats away from my family and guests at supper.
The biggest problem that I faced was in avoiding shaking hands with friends, new
acquaintances, and business associates during the period that I felt that I was some-
what of a danger to society's health. When*I would be approached with an out-
stretched hand, I would stand back a step and bow with my hands behind my back,
or bow with my palns touching with my hands against my heart as do the Hindus.
At first, several of the people I encountered felt a certain degree of offense that I
refused to shake hands with them, for in this country, refusal to shake hands is a sign
of disrespect up to and including malice and even hatred.
Some friends even tried to insist that I shake hands with them, in spite of my
attempts at explaining why I preferred to bow, especially while as a potential disease
carrier. I would say, "It is because I love you and care for you that I prefer to bow
not because I am mad at you or don't like you."
If that explanation seemed to fail, I would continue with, "If you were my adver-
sary, I would not only shake your hand with great gusto but would kiss you on the
lips as well." That further explanation would always do the trick.
After each explanation, the friends or associates would accept my polite bow and
bow in return. They would even express gratitude when I explained how 'human
hands are significant disease carriers, due to natural, unconscious human mannerisms,
such as sneezing against the back of one's hand, coughing into the palm of your
hand, or rubbing itching or watery eyes and nose.
I believe that if enough prominent Americans, including celebrities and politi-
cians, would begin to politely bow in public and before the media rather than shake
hands, that.many if not the vast majority of Americans would abandon the unhealthy
.practice in favor of the polite "bow for health."
George H. Russell, an outspoken opponent of the death penalty, is a resident of
Huntsville, Texas. He is founder of The Patriot Network, wMtw.parniornmenork.org.
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S J A J ,
Edward Holt Remembers As 'Man Of All Seasons'
By Joseph Johnson
M r .. .
S..- Holt will be 'i
long remem- '
.. .. bered for
., dedication to :.'.
citizens of Joseph
S,-, :3 ly the eastside Community.
Mr. Holt died at Shands
Jacksonville Hospital on
Friday, January 27.
^-. He was a leader on the
Edward Holt Eastside before City Council
1921-2006 persons were elected from
that community. Holt was the
first Black Constable appointed by the late Dorcas B. Drake.
Mr. Holt operated a grocery store on East Third Street for
!ri S i i ; many.years..He organized a
I i, Girls and Boys Club encour-
le, aging them to become pro-
ductive citizens. One young
',man from this club, Billy
Daniels, rose to stardom as an
entertainer on stage.
SMr. Holt impacted my life
.-" by supporting me as a Board
member of my Maxie Johnson Home of The Performing
arts. He would use my students to perform for his Florida
Voters League events.:I have many cherished videos of var-
ious program in which he supported my endeavors.
Mr. Holt and I served on The Committee of 50. Our
meetings were held in Buster Ford's Meeting Room. Mr.
Ford was our President. Mr. Holt also served as member of
the Jacksonville Concerned Citizens for Improved Bus
Passenger Decorum of which I serve as president.
He was instrumental in helping our organization work
with the Jacksonville Transportation Authority in getting
signed- placed on city buses warning passengers to be
respectful: "Talking Loud...Sa\ ing Nothing...Don't Cuss On
Mr. Holt was a role model and activist. Eastsiders looked
upon him as the "Mayor Of The Eastside." I remember shar-
ing a Coke in his store on East Third Street along with
President Jimmy Carter. I also worked with Mr. Holt on a
committee with the late Flossie Bronson in an effort to get a
library named in honor of the late Mr. Raiford A. Brown, Sr.
This library is located on Harrison Street here in the city.
Mr. Holt was also an active member of the Lincoln-
Douglas Emancipation Proclamation Association. He will
also be greatly missed during the Annual Flora D. Council
and Maxie C. Johnson Christmas Eve Breakfast, an event he
helped to host.
As I reflect on his memory, my mind ventures back to
1958. This was the year that a lost a daughter, Elmira Teresa
Johnson, who had been seriously burned in a tragic fire that
occurred on the first day of Spring on March 21, 1958. In
visiting Duval County Hospital she'd say to me "Daddy, Mr.
Ed Holt stopped by today and prayed for me!"
When Mr. holt heard about my daughter's passing he
Even Start Project CHASE participants Kaneeka Jones (left), Tara Wade (center), anc
Tempest Correa (right) exchange Parent Smart Cards for gifts in the Interactive
Literacy Activity Room at the Project CHASE facility at New Bethel AME Church,
located at 1209 Tyler St. in Jacksonville, Fla.
between familY, schools, and community.
Even Start is a federally funded family literacy program through the State of Florida an
SCnmmunit\ Education Department of the Duval County School District.
For young parents like
Tempest Correia, Kaneeka
Jones. Jacquekia Deberry,
and Tara Wade, spending time
improving their education
skills, and parenting skills to
help their children to be suc-
cessful in school, is a worth-
while investment towards a
successful life now and in the
They all plan to cash in on
the dividends of being
enrolled in Even Start Project
CHASE (Connecting Home
and School Environments) at
New Bethel AME Church
located at 1209 Tyler St. near
the Edward Waters College
Project CHASE, a family
literacy program, is part of the
State of Florida Even Start
SProgram. The goal of the
S.Even Start Program is to pro-
Svide a family literacy pro-:
gram utilizing a partnership
d administered by the Adult and
The program is designed to empower families to grow toward independence together. The reality that every parent is
their child's first and best teacher is a key element of Project CHASE and other Even Start programs.
This belief is fostered in educational classes by instructors and during home visitations by Parent Teachers wherein the
parents are taught how to teach their children along with how to interact with their children.
Parents \\ho have children ages 0-7 and are in need of English proficiency or a GED may enroll and are expected to attend
parent skill building classes and Interactive LiteracN Activities facilitated by E\en Start persoiinel.
Parents and families residing in zip codes 32205 and 32209 can participate in the free Project CHASE program. Classes.
are held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
Free childcare sen ices are provided to the parents \while they attend classes. On some evenings, parents are involved
in interact e activities \% ith the their children in the Childcare Center. Dinner is also provided to participants and their chil-
dren each night. Assistance with transportation is provided if needed. '
"I joined Project CHASE to get my GED so that I can go to college to better my life and my son's life in the future,"
said Tempest Correia. 19. whose three month-old son Kitwana Ruddock, Jr is enrolled in the Project CHASE Childcare
Center adjacent to the facility where she attends classes.
Tara Wade, \whose two month-old son Ja'mauri Williams and nvo-year-old daughter Tare'll Goodman are also active
in the Child Care component, has a similar sentiment.
"I got involved \\-ith Project CHASE because I wanted to get ahead in life. I want to be able to provide for my family.
I hope to succeed in getting my GED and then a degree to start my nursing career. I graduated.from high school with a
completion certificate." explained Wade.
Correia believes her experience in Project CHASE will help point her family towards a "great life". "I feel that I am a
great mom. but getting my GED will open more doors and opportuIities for me to get a better job and make more money."
The participants say they can't see w\hy any one \\ would not want to be a part of Project CHASE. "It its (enrolling in Project
CHASE) is going to better me and mN son's lives, and it does not harm me, I'll do it," she said.
'." For more information, o' to enroll in Project CHASE, call (904) 353-1822 or (904) 630-7255..
came to my residence, greeted me at the door, gave me a hug
and said, "Mr. Johnson, God is our refuge and our present
help in time of trouble." In 1999 he visited me while I was
at Lake Forest Nursing Home. whenever he did not come.
personally to visit, he'd send goodies to me by Dwyer Bland,
a young man he regarded as a Godson.
Lives of great men remind us that we can live our lives
sublime and parting leaves behind us footprints on the sands
of time. When the Saints go marching in, I want to be in that
number with ed Holt. His battles have been fought and his
victory is won.
Mr. Holt will be funeralized on Saturday, february 4,
1:00 p.m. at Emanuel Missionary Baptist Church, 2407
S.L. Badger Jr. Circle E. He will be buried in Evergreen
cemetery. Arrangements are being coordinated by Marion
Graham Mortuary Eastside Chapel at 900 A. Phillip
Randolph Blvd.Joseph Johnson is Director of The Maxie
C. Johnson Home of The Performing Arts.
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Bring a friend, bring a
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Enjoy a complimentary buf-
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Registration can be made by
Seating is limited so call
Annoulnceenntsy, meetings. happenings. and conununiit
events scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
UNDERGROUND READING ROOM READY FOR
READERS-The public is cordially invited to the open-
ing reception of the Underground Reading Room at the
Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum on Tuesday,
Febmnary 7 from 4:00 p.m-7:00 p.m. The regular hours
of operation for the reading room are 11:30 a.m. to 2;30
p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. A special collec-
tion of books, historic documents, and exhibits featuring.
Civil War period costumes and other memorabilia will be
available for viewing by the public throughout 2006.
Visitors will be able toeducate themselves on a.variety of
historical and literary topics ina relaxed and uniique set-
ting. The reading Room will host activities through
February in honor of Black History Month. Materials.
chronicling the African-American experience (locally
and nationally) will be on display and for perusal by the
.public. For more informationhcontact Linda Harper atl
(904) 333-6883 or the Karpeles Museum at (904) 356-
VOLUNTARY PRE-KINDERGARTEN CHILD
SIGN UP AT MAIN. LIBRARY-The Early Learning
Coalition of Duval will kickoff enrollment for the 2006-
2007 Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program on Saturday,
.february 11 from 10:00, a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the Main
Library Downtown. 303 N. Laura St., in the Children's
section: Orientation Room. Parents must bring a copy of
their child's birth certificate and proof of Florida residen-'
cy. Information will be distributed. to parents of four-
year-olds about eligible VPK providers and determine
child eligibility. For more information call Kathy Bragg
REKINDLE THE LOVE PARADE AND FORUM-.
The African-American community of Jacksonville and
the Jacksonville Chapter of MAD DADS will host a
Community Parade and Town Hall Citizen Forum on'
Saturday, March 4. The parade will setpoff at 1l:00,a.m.
from Stanton College Prep School at 13th Street and
Myrtle Avenue. The Town hall meeting will be held at
7:00 p.m. in the Milne Auditorium at Edward Waters
College. -For additional information or to register for the
parade contact MAD DADS at (904) 388-8171 or regis-
ter online at maddads.com. The deadline to register is
PAXON CLASS OF 1996 PLANS REUNION- The
1996 Class of Paxon Senior High School is planning its.
10th Reunion. All classmates are encouraged to assist in
the planning. The first meeting is scheduled for Monday,
February 13, 7:00 p.m. in the new Main Library
Downtown located at 303 N. Laura St. For more infor-
mation contact Darryl Alston at (904) 838-4778.
APPETITE FOR THE CURE-Starting February 1-
March 15. the public is encouraged to stop into any par-
ticipating Popeyes Chicken and Biscuits location in
Northeast Florida or Southeast Georgia and purchase a
$1 "Appetite for the Cure" coupon card with over a $20
value in savings to the customer. The card entitles cus-
tomers to special values.on many of Popeyes items. For
questions on locations nearest you, call the local
Muscular Dystrophy Office at (904) 296-6799. MDA is
a non-profit health agency aimed at finding cures and
treatments for neuromuscular diseases.
Program Helping Parents Chase
Away Roadblocks To A Better Life
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EDITOR'S NOTE: .ll suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of h. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports are a
matter of public record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the con-
munity in the hopes of keeping our coOmmuity safe.
UNLAWFUL USE OF ID The officer observed two women
engaging in a dispute in the 2000 block of Yulee Street. He
separated the women and questioned why they were having
this dispute. One of the women presented a driver's license
that did not match her face. When questioned about the differ-
ence in look, the suspect stated that she was the person on the
license. The officer ran a check and found that the suspect
matched another female that had three outstanding warrants.
The face of the person with the warrants also matched the sus-
pect that was talking with the officer. The suspect was then
fingerprinted and it was discovered that her fingerprints
matched the fingerprints of the person with the outstanding
warrants also. ID & records confirmed that the suspect was in
fact the person wanted by the warrant, not the person she
claimed to be. Had the suspect successfully used the victim's
ID, the victim would have been listed erroneously as the sec-
ond suspect in the dispute originally observed which would
have resulted in an adverse affect of the real owner. The sus-
pect was read her rights and arrested.
STEALING A PIZZA The Domino Pizza delivery man
stated that he went to an apartment to make a delivery. When
he arrived, two males met him outside the apartment. One took
the pizza and the other pretended he was looking for money.
The suspect who was pretending to look for the money told the
delivery man he locked himself out of his apartment and would
have to go around back to get the money. The two men walked
away with the pizza and after a few minutes,.the deliveryman
knocked on the door and looked in the windows and noticed
the apartment was vacant and the men had left the area. In a
search of the area, the men were not found.
VIOLATION OF INJUNCTION AND REPEATED VIO-
LENCE An officer was dispatched to the 6000 block of
Kinnon Drive regarding the suspect violating an injunction for
protection. When the officer arrived, the suspect was in the,
front yard. When asked who called the police, he stated, "Yeah
I called, I need to go to jail. I'm violating an injunction." The
victim approached the officer with her three children and
advised him that she and the' suspect were married but separat-
ed, pending a divorce. She confirmed the injunction and stat-
ed that when she arrived home, she observed the suspect's
truck and saw through the rear window that.her house was in
disarray. The suspect said, "I'm an idiot. I did something stu-
pid. I just vandalized my own house." The officer went into
the house and discovered extreme damage to the interior of the
house and the front burglar bar. The suspect had smashed the
large fish tank and water was running all over the floor, leav-
ing the fish exposed; he had smashed the microwave, the big
screen TV, bed, headboard, master bedroom and had left the
water running in an attempt to flood the house. The damage
made the house uninhabitable. The officer turned off the water
to prevent.further damage, had the victim to fill out paper work
and arrested the suspect.
MALN FOUND DEAD IN BATHTUB -- An officer was dis-
patched to an apartment in the 5u00 block of Cleteland Road
in reference to a death. \\l "en the officer arrived he was told
that the victim was found dead in the bathtub. The com-
plainant advised that she had last seen the victim about 10:30
p.m. the night before \\hen she went to bed. She advised that
the victim was on several medications for treatment of H.I.V.,
a condition he had had for about ten years. She further advised
that the \ ictim had not had ne\\ prescriptions since July 2005
and the doctor ad\ ised that he had se\eral "no sho\\s" for his
appointments. The victim's date of birth \\as 8 19 58 and his
death \\as listed as undetermined. The victimm \\as removed
from the residence b\ the medical examiner's office.
INVITATION TO BID
Addition and Renovations
for Northwest Behavioral Health Seirvces Inc
2400"N Edgewood Avenue, Jaclsonville, Florida 32254
Notice is hereby given that Northwest Behavioral Heallh Services, Inc.,
will receive sealed Bids up until February 10 2006 at 12 00 Noon All
Bids are to be sent to Northwest Behavioral Services Inc Atlenlion
Patricia Sampson 2?92 Edgewood A.enue North Jacksonville, FL
32254 1904) 781-7797 ext 15 All Bids envelopes must be noted on
the exterior of the envelope Addiiion and Renovations for Northwest
Behavioral Health Services Inc' Bids will be publicly opened read
aloud, and recorded
SCOPE OF WORK: Renovate existing 5,200 S.F. and construct a 1,190
Sq.,Ft Wood Frame addition with Brick Veneer to a height of 6 Ft AFF
and Stucco above with a Standing Seam Metal Roof. Addition consists
of an Entry Area and a combined Conference and Lunch RPom with an
Operable Partition .Also, approximately 1,500 Sq Ft of interior renova-
tion consisting of 9 Offices and a Flay Area with new Wood frame parti-
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A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at 12 00 on February 7.'
2006 at 2392 Eagewood avenue North Jacksonville FL 32254, to dis-
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THIS CONFERENCE IS MANDATORY
Bids will be accepted only from attendees of Ihe pre-bid conference:.
Specifications may be reviewed at 420 South Third Street Jacksonville
Beach and obtained from Barbara Mears at Studio V 1904 307-2514)
prior to the conference The price per set of Documents is $30 00 and
is required to be paid prior to receipt of the documents Payments wiil
be accepted by check only
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FEDERAL FUNDING This Projeci will be funded partly or in total by the
Federal Government Therefore Bidders must comply with Title IV of
the Civil Rights Act of 1964 124 CFR Parts 1.and 2) Title VIII of the Civil
Rights Act of 1968 124 CFR Pan 1151. Federal Labor Standards'
Provisions iHUD 40101 the Davis-Bacon Act the Anti-Kickback Act;'and
the Contract Hours and Safety Standards Act Bidders are advised to
refer to the Federal Regulations of the specifications for more informa-
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Senator Hill Invites, You To See
'Dare Not walk Alone' Free
Juxtaposing the untold
Z story of the St. Augustine,
Florida Civil Rights move-
ment against the story of St.
Americans still living below
the poverty line, "Dare Not
Walk Alone" asks, how far
have we come since 1964?
In 1964 Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr. raised a
non-violent army and
brought his ideas to lay siege
against the racist establish-
ment in .St. Augustine,
The city's beaches,
streets and' businesses
became, the .battlefields for
this epic struggle. However,
the swimming pool of one
small motel pro\ ed to be the
Turning point in the conflict.
The defining moment was
when the hotel's manager
S poured acid into a swim-
ming pool that was filled
with young black and white
- ^ .: Photographs taken of
this horrific incident made
front-page nie'\ s around the
,world, contributing )to. the
passage of the Civil Rights
S Act of 1964.
Y-et, forty years later, the
children and grandchildren'
.. of those who fought still
struggle to survive impossi-
S- ble home situations, o\er-
S ~lhelming poverty, and fail-;
ing schools. With 1,000,100
S black men in jail nationally
Sand \,ith 4/3 of St.
Americans living below the
poverty line, was the "War
Of Ideas" won? .
" At q time whein most:
Americans feel like issues of
race and equality, were
solved in the 1960's, "Dare
-Not Walk Alone" reminds us
S- that the war on po\ert., edu-
cation and justice is still ours
The schedule for the
S- Florida airings of "Dare Not
Walk Alone" is listed below:
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February 4, 2006 3:00
p.m. 829 North Davis St.
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Thursday, February 16,
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Palmer Avenue and Dr.,
Martin Luther King, Jr.,
,February 21, 2006 4:00
p.m. White Hall, 640 Dr.
Mary McLeod Bethune
Monday. February 27, 2006
- 7:00 p.m., Milne.
Auditorium, 1658 Kings Rd.
Senator Hill stated that
"Dare Not walk Alone"
linearths the untold story of
the "\Var of Ideas" in St.
Augustine, Florida, and
actions which led to the pas-
sage of the first civil rights
bill, on July 2, 1964, The
Civil Rights Act of 1964.
He stated that we are still
waging the war 40 years
later, and all of us "should
see this eye opening portrait
of triumph, tragedy and the
promise of equality in
America". as we continue
the struggle. .
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