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Mrs. King Funeralized, Thousands


Moan, 4 U.S.Presidents Attend


Services Where Continuing


Injustice Was Described


The Florida Star Staff

LITHONIA, Ga. -
Thousands of mourners filed
past the casket of Coretta
Scott King on Monday, pay-
ing their respects to the "first
lady of the civil rights move-
ment." President Bush and
former Presidents Clinton,
Carter and Bush lead the list
of dignitaries who attended
the service Tuesday at New
Birth Missionary Baptist
Church, a 10,000-seat
Church in Lithonia, Georgia
where the Kings' youngest
child, Rev. Bernice King, is
a minister, in one of the most
influent black areas in the U.
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The six-hour service had
more than three-dozen
speakers to praise "Our
First Lady" for the work she
did to realize her husband's
dream for almost 40 years
after his assassination.
Flags were flown at
half-staff across the U. S.,
as ordered by President
George Bush. "Coretta
Scott King not only secured
her husband's legacy, she
built her own.
"Having loved a leader,
she became a leader, and
when she spoke, Americans
listened closely," said the
president.
Former President Bill
Clinton requested that the
nation follow in her foot-
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FAiLIU's Marching 100, Kanye West
1A/ e s


The Florida Star Staff


"Girl, you otta been there." Florida viewers watched
with "sho nuff' pride as FAMU's Marching 100 perfornne
i ith Ka\ ne West and Jammie Foxx Wednesday night. No,
you were not at a black college half time show but, the way
they performed at the 48th Annual Grammy Award, you
would have thought so. They were stepping high with all
the instruments While Kayne West and Jammie Foxx per-
formed "Gold Digger." The two were stepping as if they
were.high school and college drum majors marching on the

News In Brief

Six Duval County Teachers Finalist
For Top Teacher A- a rd
Six teachers ha e been selected as finalists for Duval
County Teacher of the Year. These six were chosen from
the 160 school representatives. Selected were: Mary
McDog3al,. Highlands Middle; Mai Keisling, Paxon for
.-\d\anced Studies; MIra \Nriglit, Jefferson Davis Middle;
Patrick Nolan, Sandalwood High, Patrick Gibbons,
Beauciere Elementary and Sharon Abbey, Ribault High.

The History Of Jacksonville's
African American Lawyers
Judge Pauline Drayton, the first African-American
feirmale judge in Duval County will speak on Raising the
News in Brief continued onA-7


An honor guard carries the casket containing Coretta
Scott King past her children following a funeral ceremo-
ny at the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in
Lithonia, Ga., Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006. From right, Martin
Luther King III, Yolando King, Dexter Scott King, and
Rev. Bernice King.

band and the sacrifices he Georgia, said that when we
made for equality and jus- viewed the news and saw
tice. Former President
Jimmy Carter, who is from King continued on A-7
And Jammie Foxx At The Grammy's
50-yard line. And FAMU, well you are reading The Florida
Star so, you don't have to be told how this school's band,
over the years, has been lop performers.
And to top it all off, female dancers joined them on stage
in their provocative outfits and the audience went wild.
Read more about the Grammy Awards and the winners in
Section D (Entertainment), of The Florida Star. "Boy, it was
on."

Raines May Have Scored

Low On FCAT, But Students

Are Scoring 'A' In Business


By Dana Lewis

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--
Barely 20-years-old, two
Jacksonville brothers are
making great strides as
entrepreneurs in the online
promotional products indus-
try. The two young business
owners in addition to their
other contracts, within the
past month, received large
contracts from the City of
Jacksonville, are providing
items for the Northeast Jazz
Festival in Ormond Beach
and various other organiza-
tions.
Ronald Lewis, Jr., 19,
and brother Marcus Lewis, a
seventeen-year-old senior at
William M. Raines High
School, launched
www.L2Unlimited.com in
April to satisfy their hunger
and innate talent to become
businessmen in the athletic
and promotions .business.
The online one-stop-shop is
an umbrella business that


consists of three divisions--
L2Unlimited Athletics,
L2Unlimited Electronics
and L2Unlimited
Promotions. Collectively,
the young vibrant business
divisions offer athletic
apparel for sports teams,
promotional items (i.e.
shirts, ink pens, key chains)
for businesses and even
trendy mp3 players and dig-
ital cameras; which is most
popular among Ron and
Marcus' peers.
"All of our friends have
cars and were looking for
products at a reduced rate,"
said Ron, a Student
Ambassador at Florida
Community College of
Jacksonville.
But their biggest accom-
plishment thus far was
securing a major contract
with JH Design Group, the
official designer of
NASCAR racecar jackets,

Raines continued on A-7


Sister Says Brother


Did Not Shoot


Brother.

Will Truth and


Justice Prevail?




























The Florida Star Staff

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Judy Thompson Little has
spent many hours trying to get her younger brother,
Ronald Thompson released from Nassau County Jail
where he has been sitting since July 28, 2005, on what
she feels are unwarranted charges. What is so painful for
Mrs. Little is her youngest brother's arrest is based upon
charges made by an older brother, Reginald Thompson,
who filed charges that Ronald shot him in the lower leg.
Because of Ronald's previous record, the attempted mur-
der charges can get him another twenty years in prison.
Ms. Little has advised that even though records show
that several bullets were fired, Reginald had only one
"scant" wound. The alleged weapon has not been
located to date. Because the younger brother had
served more than 13 years in federal prison for drugs and
Justice continued on A-7


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Drop 10 Percent


Early Detection
And Advances
In Treatment Lead
To Lowest Mark Ever

WASHINGTON, D.C. -
Prostate cancer deaths will
hit an all time low in 2006
-an astounding 10
percent drop from 2005.
"These numbers tout the
success of annual early
detection and advances in
treatment as a result from
public and privately funded
research," National Prostate
Cancer Coalition CEO


Richard N. Atkins, M.D.
said.
"Spreading the word that
annual screenings work and
making contributions
toward the advancement of
treatments will make
prostate cancer a memory."
Prostate cancer remains
the second deadliest cancer
among American men at
27,350 (down from 30,350
*in 2005). The disease also
remains the most common-
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Remembering Coretta Scott King

Marian Wright Edelman
NNPA Columnist


Dignified, elegant,
refined, courageous, strong.
For more than 50 years
these words were used to
describe Coretta Scott
King-human rights and
peace activist, the wife and
partner of Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr., and the "First
Lady of the Civil Rights
Movement." We are hearing
them one more time as peo-
ple around the world mourn
her passing. Coretta Scott
King was a good, strong
woman and keeper of the
dream that was Dr. King's
and America's dream. She
stood by his side through
thick and thin and fought
tirelessly to keep his legacy
alive.
Coretta King said that
even as a child, she felt she
was going to lead an
extraordinary life. Many
people might not have
expected that from a little
,Black girl who grew up in
very rural Alabama during
the Depression, picking cot-
ton and walking several
miles each way every day to.
attend a segregated one-
room school. But from the
start, she was exceptional.
She attended a semi-private
high school in Marion, Ala.,
where she, a gifted young
musician, was able to study
piano and voice and gradu-


ated valedictorian of her
class. She got a chance to
leave the segregated South
when she won a scholarship
to join her older sister as one
of the few Black students at
Antioch College in Ohio.
Coretta King was
already politically active.
She joined the college's
NAACP chapter and Race
Relations and Civil
Liberties committees, and
was a delegate to the found-
ing convention of the Young
Progressives organization.
She first majored in early
education but was inspired
to change her plans after she
sang on a program with Paul
Robeson at an NAACP
event. He encouraged her to
study voice full-time and
she dreamed of having a
career like his that com-
bined music performance
with social activism. After
college she pursued that
dream with a scholarship to
the New England
Conservatory of Music in
Boston, where a friend set
her up on a date with a the-
ology doctoral student at
Boston University named
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Coretta King wrote that
at first she was reluctant to
get married because she
knew it would change her
career dreams. As it turned


CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
PUBLISHER
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


out, of course, becoming
that young minister's wife
gave her the opportunity to
serve on an entirely differ-
ent national and world
stage. Less than three years
into their marriage, Dr. King
was thrust into the national
spotlight with the
Montgomery bus boycott.
Her own activism and deep
commitment to civil rights
made her an ideal partner as
he became the international
symbol for the Civil Rights
Movement. She often took
on a behind-the-scenes role,
staying at home with their
Four children while Dr. King
traveled as a public leader.
But in the most important
battles of the Civil Rights
Movement, she was always
right by her husband's side.
After Dr. King's death,
instead of retreating with
her young children or into'
her grief, Coretta Scott King'
stepped out into the fore-
front to continue her hus-
band's legacy. She began
this the day before his funer-
al, leading the sanitation
workers' march he had gone
to Memphis to support. She
continued standing up for
social justice all the rest of
her life. She was devoted to
preserving Dr. King's lega-
cy and fought, successfully
to establish the King Center
and the national holiday rec-
ognizing his birthday and
became an internationally
recognized human rights
leader in her own right.
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anti-apartheid activist, she
spoke to audiences around
the world, calling for racial
equality and economic and
social justice and received
many honors and awards for
her tireless work. Mrs. King
was especially passionate
about women's rights, and
urged women to take their
rightful place at the table to
create a better nation and
world. She once said, "If
American women would
increase their voting turnout
by 10 percent, I think we
would see an end to all of
the budget cuts in programs
benefiting women and chil-
dren." How true this
remains in this era where a
Congress of the United
States, aided and abetted by.
a callous administration, has
just cut $39 billion from the
budget from programs'low-
income children and fami-
lies need in order to give
tens of billions of new tax
cuts to powerful special
interests that don't need it.
Throughout her life,
Mrs. King was a lantern for
freedom and justice. We will
all miss Coretta Scott King's
presence but. carry her and
Dr. King's spirits as we con-
tinue the struggle. May she
rest in peace and may we
work for peace with justice
with renewed vigor.
Marian Wright Edelman is
President and Founder of
the Children Defense Fund
and it Action Council.


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FEBRUARY 11, 2006


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

CHURCH ANNIVERSARY-First Baptist Church of
Oakland, 1025 Jessie St., invites the public join in celebrat-
ing its 126th Church Anniversary on February 11, 12, and
19. Worship services begin at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday,
February 12. Rev. Henry M. Dailey, Pastor of Zion Baptist
Church in Georgetown, KY is the guest minister. Dr.
Rudolph W. McKissick, Sr., Pastor Bethel Baptist
Institutional Church is the guest minister at 4:30 p.m. The
Mass Choir Concert will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday,
February 17. Worship services begin at 11:00 a.m. on
Sunday, February 19. Rev. Mariko Billups, Pastor of
Calvary Baptist Church in Columbia, SC is the guest minis-
ter. Rev. Eugene Diamond, Pastor of Abyssinia Baptist
Church is guest minister at 4:30 p.m.
CHURCH AND PASTOR"S ANNIVERSARY- "Living
by the Power of the Holy Spirit" is the theme for the 48th
Church and 12th Pastor's Anniversaries at West St. Mark
Baptist Church. The public is invited to join in the celebra-
tion Wednesday, February 15-Friday, February 17, at 7:00
p.m. and at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 19.. Sis. Ida
Dempsey, Chairperson. Sis. Delilah Haynes, Co-
Chairperson. Rev. Willie J. Jones, Pastor. The church, is
located at 1435 W. State St.
SERIOUS PRAISE-The public is invited to share in the
2006 Serious Praise Spirit-filled service on February 26,
3;45 p.m. at Sword and Shield Kingdom Outreach Ministry
located at the Father's House Conference Center, 1820
Monument Rd in Building 2. The Word and Praise
team,directed by Ms. Kenshela Williams, will be featured
along with Evangelist Ethel Pritchard, Pastor Jose L.
Bosque, and soloist Sis. Pat Speights. Rev. Mattie W:
Freeman, Founder/Pastor.
GROUNDBREAKING DAY-Ridgewood Baptist Church,
located at 939 Blanding Blvd., on the corer of Blanding
Boulevard and College Drive in Orange Park, will observe
"Groundbreaking Day" ,Following the 10:30 a.m. service,
the congregation.and guest will gather on the site of the new
1,535-seat Worship Center and Fellowship Plaza for the
ground breaking ceremony. The building features will be be
chalked off to help participants envision the size and place-
ment of the new buildings. This event is another milestone
in the "It's A God Thing!" Campaign that began in spring
2005. Dr. Hal Hatcher, Jr., Senior Pastor.
WOIEN'S CAUCUS-Vision Baptist Church, located at
89"3 Lem Turner rd., \\ ill host its Annual Women's Caucus
on Thursday, Febmran 16 at 6:30 p.m. The event is entitled
"-Naximize Your Potential on God's Journey". All'women
are invited to participate. Dinner \\ill be served. To RS\P or
for additional information, call 766-0818 or .612-8758.
Kel in L. Le\' is, Pastor.
FAMILY AND FRIEND'S DAY-Phillipians Comuni itNy


BEREAVEMENT


Berea\.ement is an expe-.
rience that miiut be treated
Sixth great respect. ,
First, family members
need 'to recognize .and
respect individuals' rights to.
grieve in their own way.
Second, respect needs to
come from health care pro-
fessionals. 'While distress is
ine\it'able with loss, unre-
solved grief means that dis-;
tress can: continue without
relief unless effective treat-
ment is begun.
lMost people need io, for-
tnal interventionIr bereave-


ment. However, behavior
therapists and other quali-
fied mental health profes-
sionals can help guide those
dealing with complicated
bereavement through a
process of resolution.
.Such a process can start
even years after a loss; the
sooner the process begins,
however, the .sooner the
griever can return to normal
functioning.
"OUr Aim Is Not to Equal, But Excel"
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Tel: 7B8-0507
www.AB eman.com .


Church along with Bishop Virgil C. Jones and First Lady
Mary Jones, invite the public to share in Family and friend's
day on Sunday, February 12 at 11:35 a.m. The church is
located at 7578 New Kings Rd.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT-Queen Quet,
Chieftess of The Gullah Geechee Nation, will speak at 3:00
p.m. on February 19 at O'Neal Memorial Baptist Church. To
get to the church, take 1-95 North to Exit 373, exit right on
to A1A South which is also SR 200E in Yulee, Fla., contin-
ue straight to Barnwell Road and turn left. Rev. Fred
Denson, Pastor.

Five Everyday Problems And

The Secret For Their Solutions


(FeatureSource) Dealing
with life's daily issues can
leave you tired, worn out
and more frazzled than a
head of naturally curly hair
in August. If you find your-
self faced with problems
that keep you tossing and
turning at night, break out
your Bible.
"Give God a try," says
Jacqueline Amos-Holloway,
author of "To Soar with
Eagles" ($15.00 at
www.ToSoarWithEagles.co
m). "No matter what you're
going through or where you
have been, He can help you
conquer your problem."
Holloway grew up,in an
area replete with poverty.
She found herself awash in
painful trials and disillusion-
ment. Yet no matter what she
,encountered, she always
sought direction in the Bible
and maintained a steadfast
faith in God.
"Solutions to every prob-
lem are found in God, for


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BAYLESS-Inez, died Febriair, 2.
2006.
BELL-Franklin, Jr., died february
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BELL-I Bab;, Faith. died, February
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CHAPPELL-Nona, died February
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DAVIS-Robert, died February 3,
2006.
DAVIS- Baby Shekinah R., died
February 4, 2006.
DENSON-Wayne Dennis, 46, died
February 1, 2006.
DOBSON-Eugene M., died
February 3, 2006. A.B. Coleman
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DUKES-DebraA., died Februan 3,
2006. A. B. Coleman Mortuary,
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2006.
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FERRELL-Riclard. 49 died
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FIELDS-Richard, 56, died
Februjrn 6. 2006.
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January 31, 2006. A.B. Coleman
Mortuary, Inc.
HART-Donald, 51, died Februar
5, 2006. :
HOLLO\\.\.-Sherri lizabeth.
died February 6, 2006.
JENKINS-\\ illie, died February 6,
2006.
JOHNSON-Theresa Ann. died
February 4, 2006. Alphonso West
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2006.
LIPTROT-Rev. William H.,Sr.,
died February 6, 2006.
MILLER-Jennifer E., died ,
February 2, 2006.
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February 4, 2006.
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those who seek," Holloway
says. "God can help you get
through anything. I 'am liv-
ing proof." She uses this
experience, and more, in the
free report "How to
Overcome Spiritual
Obstacles," available at
www.ToSoarWithEagles.co
m.
Holloway urges those
who feel consumed with
life's worries to spend, time
reading the Bible and pray-
ing. Here she shares five
common problems people
face every day and shows
where to look in the Bible
for truths that will transform
your life.
1. WORRY. Are you wor-
ried about your job? About
finances or the weird way your
significant other looked at you
over dinner last night? Time
after time, God urges you not to
worry and reminds you to
reclaim the gift of peace: Cast
all your anxiety on him,
because he cares for you. (1
Peter 5:7) '
Do not be anxious about
an~miing. "butin everything, by
prayer and petition with
thanksgi ing. present your
requests to God. And the peace
of God, which transcends all
understanding. will guard your
hearts and ourr minds in Christ
Jesus. (Philippians 4:6)
2. LONELINESS.
1Whiether you are'single or in. a
relationship, loneliness often
poses a challenge. If you are
lonel\. remember that God has
made a special promise to care
for you. A father to the father-
less, a defender of \\ idows is
God in his holy dwelling. God
sets the lonely in families, he
leads forth the prisoners with
singing; but the rebellious live
in a sun-scorched land. (Psalm
68.: 5-6)
3. LOW SELF-ESTEEM.
Bombarded with images of the
ideal body or lifestyle, you may
feel like you just don't measure
:up. But that's not true. No miat-
ter what you look like, where
you work or what you have
accomplished, remember that
\ou are \\onderfiu and valuable
in God's sight, For \ ou created
my irunost being: you knit me
together in m n mother's w\omb.
Praise you because I am fear-
fully and wonder r ful1\ made;
'your works are w wonderful. I
:know that full well. (Psalm
139: 13l-14
4. DISCOURAGENIENT.
When things just aren't going
\our way, it is easy to feel dis-
couraged. But don't despair.
God has great plans for your
*future. "For I know the plans I
:have for you," declares the
Lord, "plans to prosper you and
not to harm you, plans to give
you hope and a future."'
(Jeremiah 29:11)
5. PAIN. Whether you are
experiencing physical or emo-
tional pain, take heart. God
promises to provide com-
fort. Praise be to the God and
Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
the Father of compassion and
the God of all comfort, who
comforts us in all our troubles,
so that we can comfort those in
any trouble with the comfort
we ourselves have received
from God. For just as the suf-
ferings of Christ flow over into
our lives, so also through Christ
our comfort overflows. (2
Corinthians 1; 3-5) .


MISS GRACE BAPTIST PAGEANT AND TALENT
SHOW-The women of Grace Baptist Church of east
Springfield invites the public to an evening of elegance,
praise and fun on February 18, 5;00 p.m. during the Miss
Grace Baptist Pageant and Talent Show. Rev. John Devoe,
Pastor.
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.
PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY-The public is invited to
share in the celebration of the 30th Pastor's Anniversary for
Dr. Landon L. Williams,Sr. on February 11 at 6:00 p.m. The
celebration will be held at Phillippian Community Church's
MultipurposeCenter. The Pastor's Anniversary Worship
Service will be, held at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 12 at
Greater Macedonia Baptist Church, 1880 West Edgewood
Ave. Rev. Robert Herring, Pastor of Mt. Bethel Baptist
Church is the speaker. Pastor Gary L. Williams of First
Baptist Church'of Mandarin is the speaker for the service on
Sunday, February 19 at 4:00 p.m..
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"Th.ere's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"


FlaJax Club Installation of Officers Ceremony
The Holiday-Inn Airport was the setting for the 2006 --,
Installation of Officers Ceremony for the FlaJax Club. And Dr.Brenda Simmons challenged the 2006 FlaJax/FlaJill Officers at the 2006 FlaJax and FlaJill Officers. (Photo by Alonzo Harris, Jr:)
recent ceremony. (Photo by Alonzo Harris, Jr)
it was a Grand Affair! Dressed in splendid formal attire with
their FlaJills as they have since its beginning on October 30,
1930, when they elected John Ross, president; A. St.
George Richardson, treasurer; M. Rowell Kyler, secretary;
Ted Redding, business manager; Robert Peppers, financial
secretary; and John Sims, chaplain; with other founders
Leroy Baker, John Broadnax, Joseph Higdon, Dr.
William Redmon, Payton Roberts and James A.
Whittington; the members launched the evening with a fes-
tive and jubilant reception.
Following this tradition, Dr. Brenda Simmons, V
Executive Dean-FCCJ North Campus who is so gifted with
eloquence and expressiveness installed Troy Canady, pres- .
ident; James Carl Davis, Sr., vice president; Armin Gray,
recording secretary; Kenneth DeVoe, corresponding secre-
tary; Samuel Allen, financial secretary; Jean Downing, FlaJx and FlaJills 2006 following Installation of Officers Ceremony. (Photo by Alonzo Harris, Jr.)
treasurer; Edgar Mathis, business manager;. Tommy
Chandler, chaplain; Dr. Wendell Holmes, parliamentarian
Dr. William, Scott, Jr. historian; and trustees Henry
Sellers, Robert Porter, Dr. Ezekiel Bryant and Dozell
Varner as 2006 FlaJax Club officers. The FlaJill officers
installed were: Mesdames Minnie Canady, president;
Betty Asque Davis, vice president; Hazel Varner, recording ..
secretary; Jacqueline Gray, corresponding secretary; Doris .
F. Scott, financial secretary; Grace' P. West, treasurer;....-" -
'Josephine Fiveash, business manager; Leota Martin, chap-,
lain; and Vermell Robinson, parliamentarian. ,
Presiding at the program that followed was FlaJax Dr. -."
William Scott, Jr. And it goes without saying that Dr. Scott
,kept the FlaJax members,. their wives and guests amused and .
entertained throughout the evening. An added pleasure was
the presentation of the music of the late Charlie 'Hoss'
Singleton presented by, his son FlaJax Warner :SingletonS 2006 Black History Month Calendar Cover. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, The Collaborating Team: Arthur Lee, Burger King Representative;
Singleton presented by his sn FlaJax Warner Singleton Sr) Mrs. Mari-Ester Norman, HSBC; Dr. Brenda Simmons (Calendar
during dinner. We reveled delightfully during dinner listen- 'Writer, and& Editor); and Ms. Cassandra Blackmon Calendar
ing to those wonderful sounds. Committee Chairperson. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)
For the 2006 Installation of Officers Ceremony, the
FlaJax Club paid special tribute to the living widows of
deceased FlaJax members.; First they were brought to the V
event via limousine; they were seated in a place of honor
during the program and presented individual plagues follow-
ing the reading of biographical sketches of their late hus-
bands. Traveling from Gainesville, Florida as she did for
decades with her husband was Mrs. Edgar Allen Cosby
Nw ith her daughters.
Outgoing president FlaJax Henry Sellers presented
plagues to the officers who served thd organization so well
and presented bouquets of roses to his FlaJill Mrs. Sharon
Sellers and his cousin Mrs. Carol James, widow of commu-
nity leader, the late Ike. James who recently retired from the
State Department of Health. Following the tradition of pre- First Coast Anchor woman Ms. Angela Spears, Arthur Lee, Dr. Dr. Norma Solomon White-Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororirt. Col. Robert
vious FlaJax presidents FlaJax Sellers stated, "We've Brenda Simmons, Ms. Cassandra Blackmon and Mrs. Mari-Esther Porter (Ret.)-100 Black Nien; Mlrs. Sara NMontgomery and Mrs.
Norman with Black HistoryMonth Calendar Portrait. (Photo by J. Camilla Thompson-Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororit ; Nis. Ruthine
received the "Mathis FlaJax Medallion', the'Porter FlaJax CarlDavis, Sr.) Tidwell-FCCJ and Mis. Josephine Fiveash-The .Jacksonville Moles.
Pin, I leave you with the 'Sellers FlaJax Sash'." (Photo by T Carl Davis, Sr.)
FlaJax Robert Porter presented FlaJax George Barnes
as the newest FlaJax member along with presenting new
member certificates to Barnes and all of the 2005 new mem-
bers.
It was a splendid event indeed!

"FCCJ's 2006 Black History Month Calendar --
Unveiled"
In a partnership that began in 1997 with Burger King
and First Coast News, FCCJ unveiled the 2006 edition of .-
the Jacksonville Black History Calendar at a reception host-' IR
ed by HSBC.
Celebrating Conimuniht. A Tribute to Black, Fraternal,
Social and Civic Institutions is the theme:for the 2006 calen-'
dar and in keeping with the 2006 theme Dr. Brenda
Simmons, who in 1989 along with Mrs. Clovia Russell
conceived of the African American History calendar for FCCJ president Dr. Steve Wallace presenting plaque to Mrs. Luvinia Dr. \\allace present plaque to Wade Rice of Omega Psi Phi
Florida's First :Coast states "Our idea this year was to fea- George of Sigma Gamma Rho Sororit3. Photo by J. CarlDpavis; Sr.) Fraterni., Pit., h .J CalDa.,s, S':
ture. the' sororities .and fraternities as well as pay tribute to
other organizations like the Masons and Eastern Stars, "
Sigma Pi Phi, The Links, The Moles, 100 Black Men and
Women. There are only twelve pages tb the calendar, we had
to list the FlaJax and Diplomats on another page and a host
of other organizations are mentioned on y~et another page.
Collaboration is key and it has been throughout from the
beginning with my Alpha Kappa Alpha Sister, Clovia
Russell to the present with another Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sister, Mari-Esther Norman of HSCB."..
The significant contributions of these organizations are
featured in the 2006 calendar. This community is privileged
to, have such a inarvelous keepsake each year. Make sure .._
you get your copy at your nearest Burger King, Florida
Community College campus or the WTLV headquarters.
******* Ms. Vanessa Boyer of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority accepts plague from Dr. Wallace and Lamar Graham of Alpha Phi AlphaP Fraternity.
Dr. Wallace. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr) P'....., Ca, ,D,,., ,.
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Study Shows That Risk Of Victimization Increases With Early Puberty


.GAINESVILLE, Fla. --
Adolescents who experience
puberty earlier than their
peers are more likely to be
physically victimized


through fights or offending
behaviors such as bullying.
"There's a lot of litera-
ture in psychology and espe-
cially in the social sciences


that says that puberty can
have some adverse effects,"
said Alex Piquero, a
University of Florida crimi-
nologist who co-authored


13th Annual Eustis African-American

Heritage Festival Includes Pageant,

Banquet, Parade, Festival And Play


EUSTIS More than
30,000 people are expected
to attend the 13th Annual
Eustis African-American
Heritage Festival on
Saturday, February. 18, at the
Eustis High Curtright
Campus, located at 1801
Bates Ave.
As the oldest African-
American lieritage festival
in Lake Count\y the e\ent is
:nore than just a one-da\
get-together.
The celebration begins
Sunday, February 12, with
the Eustis Nubian Pageant at
6 p.m. in the Eustis
Conumunity Center, located
at 601 Northshore Drive. A
girl and boy from four dif-
ferent age groups. 3-6, 7-10,
11-14, and 15-18. are select-
ed to represent the pageant
during the African-
American Heritage Parade.
Suggested donations for
admission into the pageant
are S3 for adults and $2 for
children 12 and under.
The festivities, continue
on Friday, February 17, with
the Eighth Annual Black
Achievers' Aw\ard Banquet
at 7 p.m. at the Eustis
Community Center. This
seqmiiformal gala honors
curetit and' f6i-mer Edstis
resident achievers.
Suggested donation for
admission into the banquet
is $25.-N
"We select people that
have made a significant con-
tribution to themselves, the
conununity and others." said
Carla Mitchell. President of
the Eustis African-American
Heritage Committee. ""We
put the announcement out to
the churches and the citizens
recommend people \\e need
to honor that ha\e really


achieved greatness. This
year we have 13 honorees,
and two of these 13 are stu-
dents from Eustis High
School."
The big events begin
Feb. 18 with the Eustis
African-American Heritage
Parade. Beginning at 10
a.m., more than 75 entries in
the parade will march along
Bates Avenue ending at the
Eustis High Curtright
Campus.
The end of the parade
signals the beginning of the
Annual Eustis African-
American Heritage Festival
from noon to 4 p.m. The fes-
tival features soul food, cul-
tural exhibits. African an
crafts, entertainment and
activities for children.
About 60 \endor' are
expected at the event.
including booths sponsored
by community and health
services, \ which \\ill pro\ ide
information about the help
they provide to the commu-
nity. A variety of musical
entertainment is provided at
the festival, such as gospel
groups featuring rap, R&B.
jazz and blues music.
While the festival caters
to all, through dte years it
has become an eventobf sorts
for Eustis residents that now
li\e out of state. Festival-
goers are expected to come
from as far as Georgia. Ne\\
York and Michigan.
The weeklong celebra-
tion is capped on Sunday,
February 19, at 6 p.m. \ith
an evening of drama at the
Eustis High School
Auditorium, located at 1300
Washington Ave. The pro-
duction of "\\Wh Does it
Hurt so Bad?" is presented
by the Eustis High School


Drama Department and the
New Life Center Drama
Ministry. The comical
drama is written and direct-
ed by Domanique Johnson
and is sponsored by the Lake
County Department of
Economic Development and
Tourism
The play is a story about
a young man named Jamal,
whose parents were killed in
an accident when he was
very young. Jamal recently
received a record deal to
sing secular music and vows
to ne' er sing gospel music
because of his anger towards
God. Two pivotal moments
are when Aunt Mary
[LaQuita Davis], the pas-
tor's wife, accuses the pastor
[Greg Williams] of having
an affair with E\angelist
Neon [Gale Patterson]. and
when Aunt Mae [Aarie
Evans] prays for God to for-
give Jamal for he knows not
what he is doing ,when he
blasphemes God.
"It's about a young
man's search to find the real
meaning of life and under-
stand how God could allow
such a terrible thing to hap-
pen to his family." Johnson
said. "Jamal doesn't under-
stand why life has to hurt so
badly."
Johnson, 24, a Sumter
County native, has been
singing at different Lake and
Sumter county churches and
events since age I1. "Why
Does It Hurt So Bad?" is his'
first play.
Suggested donations for
admission into the play are
$5 for adults and $2 for chil-:
dren 17 and uider. For more
information about the play.
call (352) 589-64-18 or (352)
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the study with Dana L.
Haynie, an Ohio State
University sociologist. "The
literature has shown that
puberty can lead to more
aggression, more offending,
but it had never been linked
to victimization."
The study, published in
the. February issue of the
Journal of Research in
Crime and Delinquency, is
the first to link puberty to
victimization, primarily in
the form of assaults and
fights.
Sexual victimization was
not investigated as part of
this study, but- PiqueroI is
researching its links to early
puberty.
Piquero and Haynie sam-
pled more than 10,000 ado-
lescents, through the
National Longitudinal Study
of Adolescent Health, a
national sample also called
the Add Health, which is one
of the premier longitudinal
studies of adolescents in the
United States.
"It is. the only data set


that has information on
puberty and victimization,"
Piquero said.
The data provide a
nationally representative
sample of adolescents in
grades 7 through 12 from
132 randomly selected
schools in the United States
in 1995 and 1996.


Piquero's research limit-
ed their sample to adoles-
cents aged 11 to 15, when
most children reach puber-
ty.
With .this study, Piquero
tracked children who had.
reached puberty in 1995 and
looked at their victimization
experiences a year later.


Sharing History


Sam Edouard, a pre-med student from West Palm Beach
(left), and Chris Walker, a psychology major from Tampa
(right), staff a table at Turlington Plaza last week to pro-
mote activities for Black History Month. Michael Eric
Dyson, a noted author, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday in
the Reitz Student Union Grand Ballroom.


State Signs On To National Formula For High School Graduation Rates'


Governor JebBush and
Florida .Department of.
Education Commiissioner
John L. Winn announced
that Florida signed a com-
pact "\ ith 48 states to estab-
lish a common definition
and methodology for calcu-
lating state high school
graduation rates.
The compact, established
by the National Governors
Association (NGA), will


develop consistent measures
of high school graduation
and build comprehensive
data systems to gather,
examine and report this
information.
Graduation rates: in
Florida have consistently
improved since 1998-99,
increasing 11 points from 600
percent se\ en years ago, to
71 percent in 2004-05.
Since the 1998-99 aca-


demic.year, graduation ra=.-
for all ethnic groups
improved with the greatest
increases made ainong
minorities.
The graduation rate of
A.fican-American students
has increased more than
eight points since 1998-99
and Hispanic students
achieved even greater gains
with an increase of more


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9 Alabama Church Fires NHAP Supports National Black


Raise More Questions


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -
Federal agents said
Wednesday they.were look-
ing for a dark sport utility
vehicle in the investigation
of nine rural Alabama
church fires.
Two members of Old
Union Baptist Church in
Bibb County said they saw
just such a vehicle driving
slowly by the church at
Brierfield when they arrived
moments after the fire was
set around 4:05 a.m. Friday.
"They were looking at
the church when I spotted
them," one of the witnesses,
Alvin Lawley, told The
Associated Press in an inter-
view Wednesday. "It was
like they wanted to see what
they had done."
Lawley said he got in his
vehicle to briefly pursue the
SUV and saw a white man in
the passenger seat but could-
n't see the driver.
Lawley and member
Hilman Moses had hurried
to the church after being
alerted that other church
fires along rural roads had
erupted early Friday in the
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Birmingham. All five fires
have been ruled arsons, and
federal agents say they are
working on the assumption
that the four Tuesday in west
Alabama are linked to those
in Bibb County.
Witnesses and authori-
ties reported a similar pat-
tern at several of the burned
churches, including Old
Union a door kicked in
and the fire set near the pul-
pit.
Witnesses in west
Alabama also reported see-
ing a dark SUV near at least
one of the burned churches.
Austin Banks, a special
agent of the federal Alcohol,
Tobacco, Firearms and
Explosives agency, told The
Tuscaloosa News that two
white men were seen near
the church fires in west
Alabama. But Eric Kehn, a
spokesman for ATF, said
Wednesday he had no infor-
mation about anyone in the
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The four churches that
burned Tuesday in three
adjoining counties on the
Mississippi line all have
black congregations. But
four of the five churches set
afire in Bibb County have
white congregations. Agents
said they do not have a
motive in the arsons.
Lawley said the SUV
slowed down outside the
church "like they were
checking something" and
sped away when he got in
his vehicle. Neither Lawley
nor Moses saw they SUV's
license plate, they said.
Lawley said he initially
thought the SUV was a
Nissan Pathfinder but now
believes it was either a
Pathfinder or a Toyota,
either black or dark blue in
color.


HIV/AIDS Awareness Day


'., I.


Prominent African American figures were among those honored in New York by the
National HIVIAIDS Partnership (NHAP) for their efforts to raise HIV awareness. NHAP
Partners share HIV information and prevention messages with at-risk and minority
populations. (From Left) Front row: Christie Hefner (Playboy Enterprises, Inc.), Sonya
Lockett (BET), Nancy Wilson (Singer/Activist), Sheryl Lee Ralph (ActresslActivist),
Dana Tiger (Artist) and Martha Redbone (SingerlActivist) Second Row: Bishop Eddie
Long (Pastor/Activist), Craig A. Bowman (NYAC), Dr. George Roberts (CDC), Dr. Greg
Stone (Ford Motor Co.) and Marc Blakeman (ATT) PHOTO BY KEVIN J. MCCORMICK'


Estimates Based On First Drop In Deaths In More Than Seven Decades


SATLANTA,--The
,icarelli
en in American Cancer Society's
ent in
annual estimate of cancer
confer-
deaths says 2006 will see a
ernoon.
diately slight decline in the project-
ediately
.ed number of cancer deaths
Compared to estimates made
for 2005. The projections
are based on a decline in the
actual number of cancer
deaths reported by the
National Center for Health
Statistics for 2002 (557,271
deaths) and 2003 (556,902
deaths), the first decline in
the actual number of cancer
deaths in over 70 years.
From 2002 to 2003, the
number of recorded cancer
deaths decreased by 778 in.
men, but increased by 409 in
women, resulting'in a net
decrease of 369 total cancer
deaths, the first such
decrease since 1930, when,
nationwide data began to be
compiled. The decrease in
the number of Americans
dying from cancer is a result
of declining cancer death
rates outpacing the impact
of growth and aging of the
population. Death rates
adjust for the size and age of
the population. The death
rate from all cancers com-
bined has decreased in the
United States since 1991,
but not until 2003 was the
decrease large enough to
outpace the growth and
aging of the population and
reduce the actual number of
dancer deaths.. While it is
unclear whether the decline


in the total number of cancer
deaths will continue, it
marks a notable milestone in
the battle against cancer..
The estimates are included
in the 55th edition of Cancer
Facts & Figures, which proj-
ects that in 2006, approxi-
mately .1.4 million
Americans will be diag-
nosed with cancer and
565,000 will die of the dis-


ease.
"'The drop in the actual
number, of cancer deaths in
2003 and in our own projec-
tions for 2006 mark a
remarkable, turn in our
decades-long fight to elimi-
nate cancer as a major health
threat," said John R. Seffrin,
PhD, American Cancer
Society chief executive offi-
cer. "For years, we've proud-


ly pointed to dropping can-
cer death' rates even as a
growing and aging popula-
tion meant more actual
deaths. Now, for the first
time, the advances we've
made in prevention, early-
detection, and treatment are
outpacing even the popula-
tion factors that in some
ways obscured that suc-
cess."


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Justice continued fiom A-]
related offenses, and the latter charges were filed less than two months before he would
have been eligible to have his rights restored. Ronald is now considered a "habitual
offender" said Judy. According to Judy, because the five years had not matured,
Florida law provides for immediate arrest for a convicted felon who is accused of car-
'i trying a weapon. Judy works for the Duval County Juvenile Justice System. "Ronald
did not shoot Reginald" repeated Judy, "and he did not have a gun," she explained.
When Ronald was released after serving his sentence in September 2000, his fami-
ly said he dedicated his life to protecting their mother whom he had released from a
nursing facility and took on the responsibility of taking care of her. She was suffering
with Alzheimer.
It was shortly after a family member's death that the conflict widen between the
brothers. Because it became difficult mentally for Ronald, he sought a restraining
order several times against his older brother, since 2001, but none was ever granted,
! said Judy and their mother's former caretaker.
Mrs. Little provided responses from President and Governor Bush, where she
sought their help in solving, what she feel is unjust treatment against Ronald.
Ronald is scheduled for trial this week and Judy said that family members are on
bended knees that their prayers for Ronald's release is granted. If Reginald refuses to
drop the charges against his brother and Ronald is found guilty, he would face 20 years
to life in prison. If the charges are dropped, Ronald will be released on "time served,"
said Judy. With fingers crossed, and tears in her eyes, Judy said, "They say blood is
thicker than water. I hope that pans out when it comes to Reginald and Ronald. All
we want is Ronald's freedom and our family to be solid again."

Brief continued from A-i
Bar: The History of Jacksonville's African-American Lawyers on Thursday, February
23 at 7:30 p.m., Old St. Andrews. The Jacksonville Historical
Society is sponsoring the event.

The Tuskegee, Alabama Syphillis Experiment
S^ The experiment of 399 black men at Tuskeegee's Syphilis
Center should be of interest to everyone. The lecturer had fam-
ily members who were used in the study from 1932 to 1972 and
many men were not treated in an effort to determine methods of
treatment. As a result, many died. None were told or provided


Pauline Drayton


information on what was going on. Be aware and hear Lloyd
Clements at FCCJ, North Campus at 7-8 p.m. on February 15


and at 11:00 a.m. on February 16.

Jacksonville Receives High Rating In Its Ability To Handle A Disaster
The American Disaster Preparedness Foundation graded major cities regarding their
ability to handle a disaster. There were no grade "A" given but Jacksonville did receive
a B, as with Houston and New York. The other two cities in the top five of prepared-
ness was Los Angeles and San Francisco, with grades of B minus. But don't get too
comfortable, still take care of your personal items and "be prepared."

National Brain Imaging Study on Alzheimer Getting Underway In Jacksonville
If you are between the,age of 55 and 90, you may wish to participate in the
Alzheimer's disease Neuroimaging Initiative at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. This
will be a five-year project and interested parties should call 800-438-4380.
Alzheimer's disease affects one in 10 Americans over the age of 65. By the year
2060, 13 million Americans may suffer from the disease.

King continued from A-1
what happened in the predominantly black areas of Louisiana, Alabama and
Mississippi, we are quickly reminded that inequality still exists. Mr. Carter further
reminded us that Rev. King was a victim of wire tapping, releasing his feeling about the
present domestic spying program initiated by President Bush and now being evaluated.
What made the audience stand on their feet was the message given by Rev. Joseph
Lowery, one of the co-founders of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with
Dr. King, when he stated, 'For war, billions more, but no more for the poor." Both
President Bush and former President Bush shook their heads.
Residents of Jacksonville were privileged to hear the youngest King speak at the
Willie Gary Classic Foundation luncheon about a month ago but were further remind-
ed that she agreed with her parents regarding non violence and wish for us all to carry
on;the King family message of nonviolence.
Stevie Wonder and Michael Bolton sang for the services and many member of con-
gress, including about 14 senators and politicians, artists and everyday people, gathered
as this great lady was laid to rest. Mrs. King died on January 30, 2006. She was 78
and will be placed in a crypt near her husband's tomb at the King Center in Atlanta:

S Raines continued from A-1
leather goods, athletic apparel and sporting supplies.
Through this process, the brothers became more business savvy and were inspired
by their another. Dana Lewis, owner of Creative Web Designs Plus +, to engage in an
industry that they were willing to work in and truly enjoy.
As a result, L2Unlimited's client base now includes Shades Night Club, Auto Direct,
Inc., Cathedral of Faith COGIC and student organizations at Raines High School.
Between meeting with clients and attending classes, Ron and Marcus have learned
the true meaning of multi-tasking. Ron, a Raines High School alumnus said, "Although
we both have part-time jobs [a household requirement], we remain well organized by
having \\eeklv meetings."
Also,,while their parents act.as business consultants, they still emphasize the impor-'
tance of academics, "Failing school is not an option...everything else comes second-
ary," Marcus said.
Next fall, the budding entrepreneur brothers plan to attend the Coggin College of
Business at the University of North Florida.
L2Unlimited have plans to also expand its marketing strategy by advertising in both
the television and radio media outlets in hopes of soliciting corporate clients, as well
as becoming certified as a Minority Business Enterprise.
For more information, call Ron at (904) 504-9970 or Marcus at (904) 307-7673 or
visit www.L2Unlimited.com.

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234,460 (up from 232,460 from 2005). Predictions are made from annual data made
available by the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer, Society.
"Prostate cancer survival is at its brightest moment to date," said Atkins. "Men diag-
nosed with prostate cancer are now living longer and healthier lives. If every part of
America works together, prostate cancer can be beat."
When prostatecancer is caught in its early stages, the 15-year survival rate stands at
77 percent, up from 61 percent in 2005. The 10-year survival rate after early diagnoses
is up one percent to 93 percent. Five-year survival rates when prostate cancer is caught
early remain unchanged at virtual 100 percent.
The U.S. now ranks 28th in prostate cancer death rates in the world improving from
13th iin 2005. Uganda, Norway and Sweden rank as the top three nations on the globe
in prostate cancer death rates respectively while China has the lowest prostate cancer
death rate in the world.
Records continue to prove the point that the prostate cancer-mortality has a strong
tie to diet and obesity as Asian nations, with diets rich in low fat foods and soy, rank
very low in prostate cancer mortality.

MORE NEW STATS

Prostate Cancer Mortality Rates among Race


White
African American
Hispanic
Asian American
American and Alaska Native


27.7
68.1
23.0
12.1
18.3


Rates are per 100,000 in the 2000 U.S. standard population.
* About 33 percent of all men with cancer have prostate cancer.

* About nine percent of men who die from cancer died from prostate
cancer.

* U.S. prostate cancer mortality rate is 30.3 per 100,000.

* U.S. prostate cancer incidence rate is 163.8 per 100,000.

* Hawaii has the lowest prostate cancer death rate in the country,
(20.5)

* Washington, DC has the highest prostate cancer death rate in the
country (51.0)

* There are 23 states that DO NOT have laws mandating that
insurance companies pay for prostate cancer screenings compared to 49
for breast cancer. Among the states that do not have the law is
Washington, DC.

* The federal government spends only $495 million on prostate
cancer research, compared to about $850 million for breast cancer.

* African Americans are 2.5 times more likely to die from prostate
cancer.

* Men with a body mass index of 32.5 or greater are 33 percent
more likely to die from prostate cancer if diagnosed.

About the National Prostate Cancer Coalition

Celebrating 10 years of saving lives, the National.Prostate Cancer
Coalition sets the standard for rapidly reducing the burden of prostate
cancer on American men and their families tiirongh awareness, ofi.eat hI
and advocacy.




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The life of Mrs. Coretta Scott King reflected her strong, beautiful, remarkable spirit.

During her lifetime, she achieved a myriad of important roles: pastor's wife, mother, partner

to a dream, widow of a hero, associate of dignitaries, patron of the humble, teacher of the

world, and nurturing leader.


A devout believer in God, she was wholeheartedly devoted to peace, yet was a formidable

force against racism, poverty, and war. Her journey of love on this earth touched countless
lives. May her legacy of steadfast compassion continue to inspire the world.
lives. May her legacy of steadfast compassion continue to inspire the world.


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Young Ladies Introduced To Society

During Alpha Kappa Alpha's

2005 Silver Rose Debutante Coterie


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Gamma Rho Omega's 2005 Silver Rose Debutante Coterie.
Gamma Rho O()mega C(hapter of Alpha Kappa .Alpha Soororl\. Inc. presented an atmosphere of elegance and
panache before a gatheri ing of nearly 3(1(1 at the H\, alt-Regenc\ Hotel .Iackson\ ille.
Elec\ n beaIlt l ul -,oung ladies \\ere introduced into so-cietr diuinn the biennial Silver Rose Debutante Coterie
Plesentation and Ball
The 25th1 Supreme Bjsileus Norma S. \\lite and (Gamma Rho Omeeg Basileus Patricia H. Mitchell. delivered
Oleet-ins Each debutatnte, escorted b\ her father. \as presented \\ ith a .ingle lone stem silver rose. The debu-
tantes shared a first dance \\ ith their fathers and culminated the presentation \\ ith an exchange to their escorts for
the eC enin of dancing to the music of a li\ c band.

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COLLEGE



CAREER

y Re CORNERRe
By Rose Rennekamp


What Do You Want
To Be When
You Grow Up?

Kathy was 4 years old
when her parents asked
her, "What do you want to
be when you grow up?"
She proudly replied, "A
fire engine!" Her parents
got quite a chuckle out of
her answer and asked her
again and again during the
next few months just to get
a good laugh at Kathy's
reply.
When you're young,
your future career choice
might change weekly-
from astronaut to ballerina
or even to fire engine. But
when you're in high school
the question of what you
want to be when you grow
up takes on a whole new
meaning.
Believe it or not, your
parents may be the biggest
influence on your career
choice. Research from the
Career Institute for
Education and Workforce
Development at Ferris
State University showed
that nearly 80 percent of
students said that their par-
ents were the. primary
adults who helped them
plan for a career.
But you may not be
talking to them enough to
get good, sound career
advice.
Less than a third of the
students surveyed had
spent more than three
hours talking with their
parents about their career
choices.
Choosing the right
career often takes more
than a little work, but you
can get started early by
exploring careers that


interest you.
If you think you may
want to do something
because of how it looks on
TV or in the movies, you
should realize that those
jobs are usually very dif-
ferent in real life.
Not all singers achieve
stardom like they do on
American Idol, and not all
lawyers wind up with jobs
like Elle Woods' in the
movie Legally Blonde.
Many jobs that may look
glamorous, such as a TV
reporter, pay very low
salaries early in a career.
And it isn't so glamorous
to work the novice
reporter's early morning,
weekend and holiday
hours.
To find out what really
goes into a certain job,
check out the U.S.
Department of Labor's
Occupational Outlook
Handbook. It provides
information about careers,
the required training or
education,-what the jobs
pay, and a lot more. It's
online. at
www.bls.gov/oco.
You may need to con-
sider more than just what
you like to do before
choosing a career.
The Ferris State
University study showed
most students choose
careers based on their
interests with little or no
regard for what they're
good at, if those jobs are
available or in demand,
and even-believe it or not-
how much money they can
make.
To get a more balanced
view of careers and the
education required, see if
your school offers an on-


line career guidance pro-
gram to help you discover
possible careers.
If you take some of
ACT's tests, like the ACT
Assessment, or the 8th
grade EXPLORE or 10th
grade PLAN, you will
receive career-planning
information along with
your scores.
When you register for
the test, you fill out a ques-
tionnaire about your inter-
ests. Those results connect
with the World of Work
Map, which comes with
your test scores. You can
use the information to
explore careers that match
your interests and
strengths.
An example of the
World of Work Map is also
online at
www.act.org/wwm/index.
html.
Once you find a career
or two that look interest-
ing, try them on for size.
Internship and job shad-
owing opportunities will
give you a taste of what
the jobs are really like, and
could help you with. net-
working if you ultimately
choose to get into the
field.
Another important
thing to remember is that
while a four-year college
degree is necessary for
many of today's most
demanding jobs, a two-
year degree or technical
training can also result in
good careers in high-
demand fields, including
health care and biotech-
nology.
In the end, you may
change your mind a mil-
lion times about what you
want to be whenn you
grow up," but to make that
choice easier, arm yourself
with as much information
as possible about careers
that interest you.
Oh, and by the way,
Kathy didn't end up pursu-
ing a career as a fire
engine. She is now earns


about $75 an hour as a
computer network consult-
ant, a pretty lucrative job.


Rose Rennekamp is the
vice president of communi-
cations for ACT She is a
mom and has a master's of


education in guidance and
counseling. For more col-
lege and career-planning
information, visit
www.actorg. Have a ques-
tion you want answered in a
future column? Send a letter
to this newspaper or e-mail
Rose at AskRose@act.org.


Students Invited To Infinite

Scholars College Fair

The 100 Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc., a chapter
of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. will host the 3rd
Annual Infinite Scholars/100 Black Men of Jacksonville
College Fair on Saturday, February 11, at the Holiday
Inn Airport, 1-95 and Airport Road, Jacksonville from
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
In attendance will be over 30 Major Universities,
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's)
and Colleges from over the US and Florida.
Schools scheduled to attend include Miami of Ohio,
Purdue University, Grambling State University, Alabama
A&M University, Bethune-Cookman College, North
Carolina A&T University, University of Florida, Florida
A&M University, Florida State University, and many
others.
Students are asked to pre-register at www.infin-
itescholar.com and bring several copies of their high
school transcripts, standardized test scores (ACT or SAT)
and videotapes of talent or special abilities (music or ath-
letics) for the recruiters and representatives to review.
Admissions interviews will be conducted on site. Per
student qualifications, several schools will be awarding
scholarships on the spot.
"The Infinite Scholars Program is the leading organi-
zation nationally in sending students of color to college
and we are very proud to have partnered with them for
the past 2 years" states Robert Porter,
President of the Jacksonville 100. He added "over 6
million dollars in scholarships and financial aid was
offered to students from our College Fairs in 2004 and
2005. While focusing on students of color, the College
Fair is open to any student, regardless of ethnicity, cul-
ture, gender or national origin".
For more information, contact the office of the 100
Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc. at (904) 924-2545 or call
Therese Burgess at (904) 616-7727.

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FIND OUT
HOW YOU
CAN APPEAR
IN
PREP RAP
CALL
904/ 766-8834


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Student Winners of Black History Essay
Contest Honored By Governor And Mrs.
TALLAHASSEE Governor Jeb Bush and First Lady Columba Bush announced
the winners of the fifth annual Black History Month essay contest for K-12 students
during their annual Black History Month reception on MOnday, February 6..
The reception at the Governor's Mansion marks the beginning of a month-long cel-
ebration honoring the contributions made by African Americans throughout Florida's
ARE YOU AN history.
TSTA N Students' essays were focused on the theme, "What Impact Has an African
O UTSTA N DING American Athlete from Florida Had on My Life." During the reception, Governor Bush
also announced a month-long series of events that pay tribute to African-American his-
YOUNG ATHLETE? tory and culture in-Florida.
One winner was selected in each of the three categories: elementary school (grades
SCHO LA R? K-5), middle school (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12). The contest essays
were judged on the student's inspirational and personal -content that shared how an
VO LUN T E ER? African American athlete impacted their life. The winners of this year's Black History
Month essay contest are Amir Kelker, elementary school; Chaniqua Rembert, mid-
A CH I EVE R? die school; and Lashana Weaver, high school.
Students were awarded a four-year tuition scholarship, sponsored by the Florida
STU DEN T? Prepaid College Foundation, and a personal computer, courtesy of Hayes Computer
SSystems. The scholarships can be used at any Florida college, university or communi-
FIN O UT HOW ty college providing students meet the admission requirements. The runners-up in each
category will receive a prize courtesy of Best Buy.
OU CAN A PPEA R Amir.Kelker, 10, of Milton, is a fifth-grade student at W.H. Rhodes-Elementary
School. Amir's favorite subject is science, and he would like to be a scientist or veteri-
N narian. Amir enjoys helping out on his family's farm, reading, Tae Kwan Do, bike rid-
I ing and playing video games.
Chaniqua Rembert 13, of St. Petersburg, is an eighth-grade student at Meadowlawn
PRE P RA P Middle School. Her favorite subjects are writing and mathematics. Chaniqua is a mem-
ber of the Sean King Program and enjoys writing. She would like to become a pedia-
CA LL trician.
Lashana Weaver, 18, of Lehigh Acres, is a senior at Lehigh Acres High School. She
9041 766-8834 has a 4.1 grade point average and is enrolled in all honors classes. She enjoys playing
soccer and basketball, singing, dancing and serving as a member of the Key Club,
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Scholars Club and National Honor Society. Lashana would like to attend The Florida State Ulnix\ erlit.
The Governor and First Lady were joined at the reception by Lt. Governor Toni Jennings, Florida Department of the Lotterv Secretary Rebecca
Mattingly, members of the Florida Conference of Black State Legislators, Chairmun of tie Florida Prepaid College Foundatii Ted Hoepner, June
Kelly of the June Kelly Art Gallery and more than 300 community, business and education leaders.
"Having been a black high school quarterback years ago, I understand and pa\ homanige to the Black Athlete \\who pa,. c, the v.ayv at the high
school, college and professional levels," said Representative Frank Petennan of St. Petersburg. "It is because of their courage and tenacity\ that the
outer walls of segregation began to crumble thus giving us one of our first victories in our march to\ iard integLraltion.
Winning essays were selected by a panel of educators and community leaders, including:
The Honorable Al Lawson, State Senator,
Tallahassee
Ted Hoepner, Chairman, Florida Prepaid ... "
College Foundation. .
Dr. Roni Francois, Secretary, Department of .s
Health Ga
Rebecca Mattingly, Secretary, Florida Lottery
Dr. Lawrence Morehouse, President, Florida
Education Fund 4 ,
Shaun King, Professional Athlete
Sherry Berry, Manager, Community Affairs,
Tropicana Products, Inc.
Mike Jennings, Prudential Financial
Dwight Stephenson, Professional Football '





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Guests, like Dr. James McClain, Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Edward
Month Essay Winners Waters College (left); Dr. Oswald P. Bronson, President of Edward Waters College (cen-
ter); and Harvey Harper (right), Chairman of the Sherwood Forest Front Porch Initiative,
were also able to view the Hughie Lee-Smith art exhibit, which was loaned to the.
Governor's Mansion by the June Kelly Gallery in New York. In celebration of Black History
Amir Kelker Month, part of the collection will also be on display at the Mary Brogan Museum of Art
Milton. and Science in Tallahassee. The collection *ill be on display at the museum and
W.H. Rhodes Elementary School Governor's Mansion for.the month of February.
5th Grade
"What Impact Clifford Larkin Had on My life?"

: Ever since I c"an remember, once a month I accon:pany my father and
grandfather to our family cemetery to help rake lea 'r and mow the grass.
Moi.ton Cemetery is located just outside of Milton, Florida, and it is the place
where all of my family is buried, all the way back to slaves:. One of the best
r things about going to the cemetery is that I hear all of my family's stories about
those that lived before. I learn about my great-great grandmother Susan Kelter,
who was enslaved in Santa Rosa County on the Moi. i plant 'ion and lived to
Ir- be about 107 years old. I also learn about the slaveholder Jackson Morton, who
was a General in the Confederate Army and a U.S. Senator. 'T story I like to
hear the most is the story of my 7th cousin Clifford Larkins.
Clifford Larkins played baseball and was so good that hL 1a-iayed for the
Detroit Stars in the Negro Baseball Leagues. The 'pro Ba:-.cball Leagues
were a collection of professional baseball leagues wi. iUI black icams. African
Americans were not allowed to play baseball in -ajor leagues, so they
formed their own leagues. The leagues were popular, '-he 1920s through the
Amir Kelker (center) poses with mother and sister.
1940s. They ended lhe leagues in 1947 when Jackie F u.onson became the first
Black player in the Major Leagues.
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Clifford Larkins was born in Milton, Florida on September 25, 1914. As a boy he loved to play baseball. Clifford's position was catcher, and he was
so good that the word spread that he was the best Negro catcher in Florida. The word soon got to the Detroit Stars. After that, Clifford began playing for
the Stars, which was a dream come true. He played with one of the greatest baseball players of all time, Norman "Turkey" Stearnes. Stearnes was known
for his outstanding speed and hitting power. Ironically, while playing in a game in California, Clifford was hit by a line drive ball and died. Clifford Larkins
died on July 3, 1937, and it is said that Clifford died doing what he loved, playing baseball.
The story of Clifford Larkins is not only a part of my family history, but also a part of American history. It is the story of a man who lived his dream
of playing baseball at the highest level possible for an African American at that time. Clifford Larkins inspires me to always do my best. He teaches me
to rise above any situation and put mi best foot forward. T-hs I a lesson that I will take with me for the rest of my life. Clifford's life also inspires me to
live my dreams. My dream is to become a veterinarian and help my dad on our farm, and maybe someday become a professional baseball player. If I do
become a professional baseball player, I would have athletes like Turkey Siejrnes. Jackie Robinsou, and my cousin Clifford to thank for their hard work
and sacrifice.

Chaniqua Rembert
St. Petersburg
Meadowlawn Middle School
8th Grade
What Impact Cynthia Harris Had on My life?

TALLAHASSEE Would you like to know about an African A ineic. .ithit inspired me and has had a great impact on my lirfe? Her name is Cyr. h'
Harris, and she is my mom. Cynthia Harris was an all-around athle=i. ,.nd she was recruited by almost all Division I schooll. Sihe was so good in all h-,;
years in high school, she was never on the junior varsity team. Cynthia attended Gibbs High School and graduated in 1 9 7. She was also the starting poi,
guard on her basketball team. Cynthia was one of the best point guards in Pl.-i'lla, County and she was in USA Today newspaper in the .,p five (Cynthiai
was number 3). Because she was such a great athlete, she was given the city key. Cynthia went to Polk C:.-mmunity College and re"cei-d hrer AA degree
in education. After that she attended Clark Atlanta University. .--
One way that Cynthia inspired me is when after she had me, shci was kind of down. My father was never around and she had to take care of me by
herself. She dropped out of college after she had me, and was o0:! of school and work for a wing, long time. As I got older she aughi me how to play bas-
ketball. She also taught the Gibbs High School girls basketball team. I know tha' I wasn't r-ally talking about how my mom inspired me in the last cou
ple of paragraphs, but really to me, the way she inspired me is when she went back to school to pursue her dreams. she could do what always :
ed to do. Now she is attending St. Petersburg College and has one more year until she gets her Master's Degree in education.
The way Cynthia made an impact on my life is by setting me in the right direction, so that I can lead 'my.,e,; into a successful :iisb:. She also ta'
me to do the best at everything I want and believe in. Another way Cynthia made an impact in my life is hb helping me achi.e-- :: -:. :-ything I p.u my
mind to and anything I set as my goal. To me, the best way she made an impact in my life is by be:-g '.: re for me and beiievijg in t ev en when I don't
believe-in myself sometimes, and I love her for that. Cynthia Harris is the type of person that you can depend on when yo need h-er if .u need a help-
ing hand, she will help you in the best way that she can. By the end of 2006, she will be a teacher like she has always wanted to. I hope you enjoy hear-
ing about my mom and how she has had an impact on my life and how she has inspired me. Not only has she inspired me in dicferen: ways, but I am prc':
that she is my mother.

Lashana Jarnett Weaver 44
Lehigh Acke
Lehigh Acres High School
12th grade

"What Impact Deion Sanders Had on My life?"

TALLAHASSEE Does an athlete's responsibilities pertain solely to his performance on the field of play or does if also extend to his personal life as
well? There are many who claim that it is'wrong for a sophisticated society to impose a set of behavioral expectations on fallible peopcil who just so hap-
pen to excel in sports. It is my argument that athletes are not only role models but, in today's media driven world, it is their respond : '.ty to exhibit extrn.or
dinary judgment and exemplary actions off the field as well as on. There are many athletes that have made an impact in my i v 'idb;.r it is in aposi-l
or negative way. Instead of mentioning all of them, I would like to inform you of one in particular, of which is an African Amnsrican .Athlete from the statc
of Florida. The athlete that has made a positive impact on my lile is Deion Sanders.
Mr. Sanders came from the same impoverished environment that I'm apart of. An environment of which consists of manufactulre and usage of drug.
and alcohol, acts of prostitution, increased homicide tolls, teen-aged pregnancies, and high school dropouts. There are a lot issues in society that can coi rce
a drastic change in one's intrepidity to strive, and contribute to a person's negative impact on life. Yet, he has show ed through his exemplified leadership
that it's not the environment that makes the person who they are, it's their ability to come to grips with what he or she wants to achieve. Mr. Sanders chose
not to be conformed to the negative immorality our environment has coerced upon us. Now I realize rather than being conformed to environment in vvwhich
I lived, my lesson was to make ai differencee within myself regardless to who or what surrounded me. Certainly, Mr. Sanders mrvybe one of the best foot-
ball players of all time, but that is not the only reason why he has made an impact on my I;;:. Mr. Sanders had to endure the ;iagonizing pain.of 1 -ing
very significant loved ones in his life,.(his father, grandmothers, and step-father); I was recently engaged in a very similar ordeal myself. Mr. S. lers
instilled in me the will power to continue to thrive for success, irrespective to the circ- inims'nces that may come about i i;-my life. He has tauc: the
true meanings of the words love and dedication through his many acts of self-less gratitude, and numerous contributions to not only our co.niimiur but
to the world in general by aiding in the Feed The Children Network. He has not only taught me to have faith in myself, but in my beliefs as we iev-
ing that I can achieve any and all things if I put my mind to it.
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-Rap Solo Performance: "Gold Digger," Kanye
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*Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: "Don't
Phunk With My Heart," The Black Eyed Peas.

-Rap Song: "Diamonds From Sierra Leone," D.
Harris and Kanye West. At I

-Female R&B Vocal Performance: "We Belong
Together," Mariah Carey.

-R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With
Vocals: "So Amazing," Beyonce and Stevie
Wonder.

-Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: "A
House Is Not a Home," Aretha Franklin.

-Urban/Alternative Performance: "Welcome to
Jamrock," Damian Marley.

-R&B Song: "We Belong Together," J. Austin,
M. Carey, J. Dupri & M. Seal, (D. Bristol, K.
Edmonds,. S. Johnson, P. Moten, S. Sully & B.
Womack, (Mariah Carey).

-R&B Album: "Get Lifted," John Legend.

-Contemporary R&B Album: "The
Emancipation of Mimi," Mariah Carey.
-Male Pop Vocal Performance: "From the
Bottom of My Heart," Stevie Wonder.

-Pop Collaboration With Vocals: "Feel Good
Inc.," Gorillaz Featuring De La Soul.

-Gospel Performance: "Pray," CeCe Winans.

-Contemporary Soul Gospel Album:
"Purified," CeCe Winans.

-Gospel Choir or Gospel Chorus: "One Voice,"
Gladys Knight, choir director.
-Jazz Vocal Album: "Good Night, and Good
Luck," Dianne Reeves.

-Jazz Instrumental Solo: "Why Was I Born?"
Sonny Rollins.
-Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or
Group: "Beyond the Sound Barrier," Wayne
Shorter Quartet.

-Contemporary Jazz Album: "The Way Up,"
Pat Metheny Group.

-Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "Psalms,
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2006 Zora Neale Hurston Festival Draws Crowd To Eatonville


Lisagay Hamilton an Award-winning actress and Film Actress Ruby Dee on hand at the Universal Cineplex at N. Y. Nathiri, created and became a founding principal in
Director of the documentary, Beah: (Richards) A Black Citywalk continues to melt adoring audiences with her 1987 for the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and
Woman Speaks. sultry voice and good looks. Humanities.


By Marsha Dean Phelts

The 17th Annual Zora
Neale Hurston Festival of
the Arts and Humanities ran
the course of nine days from
January 21 through January
29, 2006.
The extended days and
events added to the celebra-
tion are due to the demands
of festival goers and organ-
izers to give scholars and
participants even more time


to express and explore the
life and writings of Zora
Neale, Hurston in her home
town.
For more than a week
thousands converged upon
Eatonville to learn of the
vast and rich African
American arts and humani- .
ties from the past and the
present lo mirror the future.
N. Y. Nathiri co-found-
ed the first Zora Festival
along with author Alice


Internationally acclaimed contemporary jazz artist Najee who makes his home in
Orlando, strolled through an enthusiastic crowd of 50,000 to reach center stage.


Major sponsors of the Gala are Congresswoman Corrine Brown along with Blue Cross
Blue Shield of Florida Executives, Maureen West, Tony Jenkins and Kathy Harper.


The Ritz Chamber Players directed by Terrance Patterson of Jacksonville, performed
for the Star Studdedi Gala that honored, Harry Belafonte, Dr. Dorothy. Height, Earvin
"I.agic" Johnson and Tom Joyner.


Lucky Amtrak ticket winners were Lorraine Tuliano and
Rhonda Williams. They received tickets from Dennis M.
Lyons, good on any Amtrak train traveling from Miami to
New York.


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Walker. Since 1987 with a
small network Nathiri a
native of the town founded
the Preserve the Eatonville
Community.
In 1886, Eatonville sur-
rounded by a spring of natu-
ral lakes earned the distinc-
tion of becoming the first
incorporated all black town
in America. Eatonville
today continues to be the
oldest African American
.municipality in the United
States.
Since 2004 the Zora
Festival has been listed as
"One of the Top 100 Events
in North America." The
National Trust for Historic
Preservation recognizes the
Zora Festival as "One of 25
Cultural Tourism Success
Stories in the United States."
This festival annually adds
$1 million to the town's
economy.
A number of children's
activities were held on the
Festival site at the beautiful
and new Zora Neale Hurston
Library.
As a child, Zora's mother
admonished her to "Jump at
the sun." And jumpshe did,
but never in her most boda-

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together.

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lifestyle isn't bothering her. What can I do to make'this situation better?
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By Andrea K. Franklin

10. Thou shall Love YOURSELF: exercise and eat healthy, get rest! You
will look and feel 100% better.


9. Thou shall wear make-up (if you must) in appropriate moderation. Make
up, don't fake up!


8. Thou shall know your body type and dress accordingly. If you are heav-
ier, don't hide behind baggy clothing, it will make you look heavier. If you are
curvaceous, go with the rule of one; emphasize one curvy region at a time.


7. Thou shall follow the rule of 1: When dressing sexy, only draw attention
to ONE area at once (i.e. show arms or legs, or wear more form fitting pants)


6. Thou shall keep undergarments UNDER your garments. Your bra strap
and/or panties/ underwear should NEVER be visible. It is Victoria's Secret for
a reason.


5. Thou shall practice wearing shoes at HOME before hearing g them in pub-
lic. Enough said.


4. Thou shall BE YOURSELF! Not e\ery one,can wear the outfits on Eve.


3. Thou shall dress according to the weather. No flip flops after Oct. 30th,


please.


2. Thou shall leave your night\-ear in your bedroom; lingerie should NOT
be wornin public. : :


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The Jacksonville Zoo
and Gardens announced
today that the two Florida
panther cubs that its hospital
staff has been hand-raising
for the past 11 months are
now on public exhibit. The
cubs were found abandoned
by their mother by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) biologists in Florida
Panther-National Wildlife
Refuge. The cubs were
transferred to the
Jacksonville Zoo Animal
Medical Center when they
were only three weeks old.
They are now enjoying their
new home and exploring
their new surroundings in
the Zoo's Wild Florida
exhibit.
The female cubs, named
Babs and Kakki, now weigh


in at nearly 50 pounds each.
They were initially housed
in the Intensive Care Unit at
the Zoo's hospital for close
observation. As they grew,
they were given access to
more space inside the hospi-
tal and eventually were
placed in enclosures with
access to the outside.
The cubs were first intro-
duced to the Wild Florida
exhibit area in December
when they were placed in
the outdoor holding yard
that serves as a natural pro-
gression between the pro-
tected environment of the
indoors and the open exhib-
it. Here the cubs were able
to begin to explore the area
and to see the adult panthers
already on exhibit. Keepers


To continue the City of
Jacksonville's efforts to
improve neighborhoods, the
Neighborhood Services
Division announces the
opening of the 2006-2007
'Mayor's. Nelghborhood
Matching Grants Program.
Funding is expected to
remain at $308,800 for next
year. However, the amount
is subject to change, if the
mayor or City Council
authorizes a different
amount.
Any neighborhood asso-
ciation, civic organization or
other community group that
has been in existence for at
least six (6) months prior to
the application date and is
located in Duval County is
eligible. The maximum
amount is $5,000.
Application forms are
available at the
Neighborhood Services
Division, City Hall at St.


Prostate Cancer Survivor To Visit Jacksonville


As Part Of 10-City Florida Awareness Tour

When Bill Vancil of lies, were grateful to learn in southern California, Texas, followed shortly start of his 10-city book tour
Madison, Wis., was diag- for the first time of this Harvard University at thereafter by another at the of Florida. He has radio and
nosed with prostate, cancer remarkable method of treat- Massachusetts General University of Florida television interviews booked
in early 2004 he searched for ment. Hospital in Boston, and Shands Jacksonville. throughout the state to coin-
a cure and chose a form of There are only' three Indiana University. Vancil has been invited cide with his book signing
treatment his doctors didn't places in the nation offering Another proton treatment to tour the new proton treat- events.
even know about -- proton proton treatment. center will open in late ment facility at University The purpose of this press
treatment at Loma. Linda They are Loma Linda spring at the M.D. Anderson Florida Shands Cancer release is to enlist newspa-
University Medical Center University Medical Center Cancer Center in Houston, Center in Jacksonville at the per coverage from distin-
in southern California. guished Florida publica-
JIa-c -n ionviiii 7Zror A nrd Garrelnc Prnvidcrpe tions.


vacnll anu ills LItin-- -
year-old daughter Tori Lou
embarked on an incredible
journey. Vancil felt com-
pelled to write a "memoir"
about the priceless experi-
ence with his daughter and
the remarkable treatment for
prostate cancer he received,
which uses precisely target-
ed proton beams and has
none of the undesirable side
effects often associated with
standard radiation or sur-
gery.
As his book started to
gain national attention,
Vancil took notice of who
was showing up at his book
signing and realized that
"Don't Fear the Big Dogs"
was far more than just a
"memoir."
It had become an impor-
tant vehicle for spreading
the word about proton treat-
ment for prostate cancer.
Men who had been recently
diagnosed, and their fami-


Zora

(Continued From C-1)

cious imagination would Zora have dreamed that hundreds
of thousands of her people would make a pilgrimage to
Eatonville, Florida year after year in her honor.
The first day of the Zora Festival was launched with a
Hat-itude Luncheon. Hurston trademarks were her hats and
sporty attitude to match.
For nine days there were musicales, worship services,
Zora's Cosmos Bus Tour, a smorgasbord of international
foods, Black film festivals, town hall seminars, legislative
updates, public forums, lectures and so much more.
The finale included a three-day street festival filled with
storytelling, entertainment, food, much sought after vendors
and the Festival Awards Gala.
The Festival was a grand star studded celebration even
though Gala Honorees didn't show up, the show went on
without a hitch and there were stars galore all over
Eatonville, Florida.
A few among notables on hand to make presentations
were Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Legendary Actress
Ruby Dee, Lisagay Hamilton an Award Winning Actress and
Film Director of Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, Jazz musi-.
cian Naje6, R&B singers ,Chant6 Moore and Kenny
Lattimore. Gospel singer Dottie Peoples brought the nine-
day smashing celebration to a festive adjournment.


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Board Of Directors

Volunteer Jacksonville,
Inc. has named its 2006
Board of Directors.
The officers are Bob
Franskousky, Chair; Mari-
Esther Norman, Secretary;
Stephen Flatt, Treasurer and
Dr. Judith A.M. Smith, pres-
ident and CEO (ex- officio).
Other board members
are: Joy Atkins;, Bill
Bentley; Laura Brown;
Holly Cleveland; Jill
Gleeson; Kenneth Reddick;
Linda Selevan; Dr. Brenda
Simmons and Staci Florencz
(ex-officio).


have been observing all four
of the Zoo's panthers to see
how they interact in hopes
that one day they will all be
able to replaced on exhibit
together.
Raising these animals
provides Zoo staff opportu-
nities for close observation
and study of the panther's
biology and health.
Information learned in these
areas may be applied by
FWC biologists to the man-
agement of the free-ranging
panthers.
The endangered Florida
panther once ranged.
throughout most of the
southeastern United States.
Today, the Florida panther
occupies less than 5 percent
of its historic range.


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

.ilnountheimentsl iiitLiiigs. ihpipenliiiing. iand conlO iiIiI
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ACKSONVILLE'S AMTRAK STATION CELE-
BRATES BLACK HISTORY IONTH-Jackson ille's
Amtrak station presents its first Black History Celebration,
S"Honoring Our Leaders of the Past and Their Lasting
Legacy" on Saturday, February 18. 10-00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
at the Jackson\ille Amtrak Passenger Station. 3570
Clifford Lane. The program features the Honorable
Corrine Brown, representative 3rd District Florida: Dawn
Lopez. \\-IPN Channel 47 Anchor; Sid Birckett. superin-
tendent: Amtrak Southern Di\ ision: Linda Woodson, EAP.
Amtrak Southern Division: Darrell Macon. manager.
Amtrak Jacksonville Cre\ Base: and students from Carter
G. Woodson. Sallye B. Mathis and Martin Luther King
ElementarnSchools
MEN AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL- The James
Weldon Johnson Family YMICA is now accepting teams to
play in the Men and Women's adult basketball league.
Team registration is now through February 25. There will
be a captain's meeting on iMonday, Februart 13 at the
Johnson YMICA 5700 Cleveland Road. For more informa-
tion call 765-3589.
YOUTH BASKETBALL-The James Weldon Johnson
Family YMNICA is now accepting Tee Ball registrations for
boes and girls ages 4 through 9 and Baseball registrations
for Boys 10-12. We are also looking for coaches to teach
our kids. Registration is no"\ through No\ember February
17. To register stop by the Y at 5700 Cleveland Road or
call 765-3589. You can also download the application at
w\\.fi rstcoast-mca.org.
PAGEANT MEETING-The 2006 Miss Teen Christian
Pageant \'ill hold its second interest meeting, Saturday.
February 1 at the Regency Branch Library 9900 Regency
Sq. Blvd The Time is from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Teen
girls (ages 15-191 and their parents are welcome to come
out and find out more about this great opportunity. For
more information call Ms. Johnson at 241-9529.
TRYOUTS-The NIFL Jacksonville Stallions \\ill host try-
outs on Februar 11 and 12 from 4pm to 7:00 p.m. at the
Liniversity of North Florida.
UNDERGROUND READING ROOM READY FOR
READERS-The public is cordially invited to the opening
reception of the Underground Reading Room at the
Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum on Tuesday.
February 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 collection of
books, historic documents and exhibits featuring Civil War
period costumes and other memorabilia will be available
for vie\\ ing by the public throughout 2006. Visitors will be
able to educate themselves on a variety of historical and lit-
erary topics ina relaxed and unique setting. The reading
Room will host activities through Febrnnry in honor of
SBlack History Month. Materials chronicling the African-
American experience locally and nationally) will be on
display and for perusal bN the public. For more informa-
tion contact Linda Harper at (904) 333-6883 or the
Karpeles Museum at 1904) 356-2992.
SIGN UP AT MAIN LIBRIARY-The Early Learning
Coalition of Duval \\ill kickoff enrollment for the 2006-
2007 VoluntarN Pre-Kindergarten Program on Saturday.
February 11 from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the Nlain Library
Downtown n. 303 N. Laura t.. in the Children's section:
C-1 .-a


James, 117 W. Duval St.,
Suite'310-A. Proposals will
be accepted until April 28,
2006, no later than 5 p.m. or
Postmarked by 5 p.m.
WORKSHOPS ARE
MANDATORY!
Matching Grants Pre-
application Workshops are
scheduled for the following
Thursday: March 9,
6:30-7:30 p.m., March 16,
10:30-11:30 a.m., March 23,
6:30-7:30 p.m, and. March
30, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
All training workshops
will be held at: City Hall at
St. James, 117 W. Duval
St.in the Renaissance Room
(Lobby) .
Workshops will include
. an overview of the applica-
tion process, project eligibil-
ity and assistance with
application preparation.
Please remember:
No award for fiscal year
2006-2007 will be granted
'without a representative of
the organization attending
one df the technical assis-
tance workshops.
Call the Neighborhood
Services Division at (904)
630-7398 to reserve a seat at
the workshop of your
choice.



IN LOVING,
MEMORY
John T. White, Sr.
March.27, 1919
February 17, 1990












It seems like only
yesterday that you went
away, but it has been
much longer, 16 years.

WE LOVE YOU
AND MISS YOU,
Wife, Katherine;
Children, Emma,
John, Jr., Trudell, David,
Marrie, Anthony;
13 Grandchildren;
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Names 2006


2006-2007 Mayor's Neighborhood
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Gullah/Geechee Nation Chieftess To Lead Black History
Celebration In Fernandina Beach


Queen Quet, Chieftess
of the Gullah/Geechee
Nation, will lead a special
Black Histqry/African
Heritage Month, tribute to
the ancestors at 3 p.m.
February 19 at O'Neal
Memorial Baptist Church,
474257 State Rd. 200 East,
in Fernandina Beach, where
the Rev. Fred A. Denson is
the pastor. This spiritual
service is open to everyone.
Come and be moved by the
spirit of the
Gullah/Geechee people as
they shout, sing, and testify
to the greatness of the
Almighty that has kept their
culture alive.
Queen Quet's presenta-
tion, co-sponsored by the
Gullah/Geechee Cultural
Heritage Committee of
Northeast Florida, is one
stop of many on her "Save
the Sea Islands World Tour
2006Ta de Root."
Born Marquetta


Queen Quet and a minister pray.


Goodwine, Queen Quet is a
native of St. Helena Island,
S.C., and was elected and
enstooled as the first queen
mother and official
spokesperson for the
Gullah/Geechee Nation.
Queen Quet, who has
spoken before the United


Nations twice on behalf of
her people, works through-
out the Gullah/Geechee
Nation, from Jacksonville,
North Carolina to
Jacksonville, Fla., and 30
miles inland, to preserve
her people's -language, land,
traditions and folkways.


Congressman Lewis To Address Black

Students Convening In Atlanta For

Renewal Of The Voting Rights Act Of 1965


Congressman John
Lewis will address a new
generation of student
leaders who will be
Making History Again
by participating in a
series of training to pre-
pare them as advocates
for the reauthorization of
the Voting Rights Act of
1965. Making History
Again: HBCU Student
Leaders' Training of
Trainers on the
Reauthorization of the
Voting Rights .Act will
convene more than 150
African-American stu-
dent leaders from
throughout the southeast
region at Clark Atlanta
University (CAU) on
February 9-11, 2006, in
Atlanta, Georgia. CAU is
the largest consortium of
historically black col-
leges and universities
,(HBCU) in the United
States.
Congressman Lewis,
who began his exemplary
civil rights, and congres-
sional.career as a student
activist, will give open-
ing remarks at An
Intergenerational
Dialogue, sponsored and
produced by Court TV
at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday,
February 9, 2006, at
Davage Auditorium,
Clark Atlanta University,
223 James P Brawley,
SW in Atlanta, GA.
Congressman Lewis'
remarks will be high-
lighted by clips from
Court TV's award win-


ning voting rights docu-
mentary "Home of the
Brave," followed by a
conversation between a
panel of distinguished
guests and the student
audience. The guests
include: Chuck D, rap
artist, and activist; Rev.
James Orange,. civil
rights veteran; Rev. Tim
McDonald, civil rights
veteran; Debo Adegbile,
NAACP Legal Defense
Fund; and Tisha


Tallman, Mexican
American Legal Defense
Fund.
The event is spon-
sored by the Political
Science Department and
Center for Citizen
Participation at Clark
Atlanta University,
NAACP Legal Defense
and Educational Fund
(LDF), Leadership
Conference on Civil
Rights Education Fund,
and Court TV.


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Steelers Savoring Super Bowl Title


The Pittsburgh Steelers
(14-5)
rolled to
their first
title in 26
S; '- years, on
SSunday',
.4 February
., 5 with a
-.'. 2 1 1 0
Jerome Bettis S u p e r
Bowl vic-
tory over the Seattle
Seahawks (15-4 )in Detroit.
On Tuesday, February 7,
tens of thousands of fans
Packed the city streets to cel-
ebrate the Steelers's first
Super Bowl victory.
A huge 'Welcome to
Steelers Country' banner
that vandals tried to cut
down from the City-County
building early on Sunday led
a parade of cars packed with
players.
The crowds, estimated at
40,000-plus, overran police
and kept spilling on to the
parade route to cheer their
heroes.
"This is why I started 13
years ago, on this quest,"
said runningback Jerome
Bettis said. "Along the way,


BRISTOL, Conn. -
Former quarterback Joe
Theismann, Washington
Post columnist Tony
Kornheiser and Mike Tirico
will be the broadcast crew
for "Monday Night
Football" next season as the
long-running show shifts to
ESPN from.ABC.
The .moves leave AI
Michaels free to switch to


I amassed a lot of yards and
a lot of Pro Bowls, but none
of that was significant
because it wasn't the team
goals. The team goal has
always been to win a chanm-
pionship, and now I have a
champi-
onship."
"It's a
ver y
Shum-
h u bling
'! b 1 i n g
e experi-
e n c e
rig ght
Hines Ward no w, '
said head
coach Bill Cowher said. "It's
surreal.
I'm going
to tell
you, this
', is a spe-
'c i a 1
.N group of
W coaches,
I a special
Antwaan group of
Randle El players. I
was one
small part of this."
Pittsburgh's Hines Ward
was named MVP. Ward had
five receptions for 123 yards


NBC, which takes over
Sunday night games next
season from ESPN. John
Madden, Michaels' broad-
cast partner for the last four
seasons, agreed in June to a
six-year contract with NBC.
At' a 'news conference .in
July, Michaels said he would
remain with "Monday Night
Football" when it switched
to ESPN. He was to be


and the clinching touch-
down, a 43-yard TD with
9:04 remaining The play
was the
result of a
trick play
S by Antwaan
S..- Randle El
to Ward.. It
was the
first Super
Willie Parker rst
B owl
touchdown pass by a receiv-

Two More Prep Stars
Sign To Play At FAMU

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -
Florida A&M Football
Coach Rubin Carter
announced Friday the addi-
tion of two more high school
players to the signee list,
bringing the total number of
the 2006 recruiting class to
23.
FAMU added, a running
back, Adrian Jenkins, a 5-11,
175-pounder from
Bradenton (Fla.) Southeast
High. Also signed to a
National Letter of Intent was
Orlando (Fla.) Boone High
offensive lineman Gerald
Poke, a 6-6, 270-pounder.


paired with Theismann, who
had broadcast Sunday night
games on ESPN with Mike
Patrick and Paul Maguire.
Mike Breen will replace
Michaels as the lead NBA
play-by-play announcer on
ABC/ESPN. He will be
joined by former NBA
coach Hubie Brown, hired in
December 2004 as the ana-
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Steeler quarterback Ben
Roethlisberger, at 23, is the


youngest quarterback to win
a Super Bowl.
Willie Parker's record-


setting run broke a record
75-yard touchdown run for a
14-3 Steeler lead.


Wildcats, Rattlers Softball Teams Get Preseason Notice


The Bethune-Cookman
College softball team
received 18 votes for the
Top 25 preseason poll in the
earliest USA Today/NFCA
Division I Top 25 Preseason
Poll.
The Wildcats finished
the 2005 campaign with a
school-record 49-19 record,
as well as finishing the sea-


son ranked 23rd in the final
USA Today/NFCA polls.
Returning .numerous
players from last year and
starting a new regime under
interim head coach Willie
Brown, the Fighting
Wildcats were predicted to
finish second in the league
(Mid-Eastern Athletic
Conference) earlier in the


week as voted on by head
coaches and sports informa-
tion directors around the
conference.
Defending champion and
intrastate rival Florida A&M
was predicted to finish atop
the "hill" at the end of the
season as they collected 14
first-place votes.


Mayweather Aims For Fourth Boxing Title

SNEW YORK -
Floyd Mayweather
Jr. is aiming for his
fourth title in four
lOlW weight classes.
when he faces IBF
Welterweight
champion Zab
Judah on April 8 in
Las Vegas.
Floyd Mayweather Promoters
,:,,- Bob Arum and
Zab Judah Don King announced the fight Tuesday at a press confer-
ence in Manhattan. Mayweather, 35-0 with 24 knock-
outs, is a three-time world champion at 130, 135 and 140 pounds. He'll fight at 147 pounds
to face Judah (34-3, 25 KOs).
Judah, the previously undisputed champion, was upset by Carlos Baldomir on Jan. 7 at
Madison Square Garden. But Baldomir only won the WBC version of the welterweight title,
because he never paid the sanctioning fees to the WBA and the IBF.
Mayweather fought as a welterweight for the first time last November, knocking out
Sharmba Mitchell in the sixth round. He won the WBC'super lightweight world title fight irn
June with a sixth-round technical knockout against defending champion Arturo Gatti."Zab is
fast and strong, but he has no chin," Mayweather said. "No way he will be able to take my
punch." Judah had his own take on things. "This will.be an extravaganza," he said. "I have


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JAIL OR BAIL

EDITOR'S NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of law Jacksonville Sheriff' Office reports are a
matter of public record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.
TWO WOMEN BATTLE CHARGES FILED FOR
DAMAGE RECOVERY An officer was called in reference
to a disturbance on Morehouse Road for recovery money to
pay for damage. According to the women, suspect #1 got into
a verbal altercation. As the argument ensued, she alleged that
the suspect picked up a chair and started hitting the screen win-
dows of the front porch. This caused the screens to tear open.
When the suspect was approached by the officer, she said that
yes she and the another woman did have an disagreement and
that the woman picked up a stick at started swinging at her.
According to the victim, the two of them have had an continu-
os ongoing feud and neither lived with her. One, however, is
her daughter and sometimes sleep on the front porch. The vic-
tim is seeking funds from both women to repair the damaged
observed by the officer. A State Attorney's card for criminal
mischief was provided the victim.
STOLEN VEHICLE--The compliant advised the officer than
an unknown suspects) stole his customer's vehicle while the
customer was at his automotive center on Stockton. The com-
plainant said that he parked his vehicle at the automotive shop
around 3:00 and when he return about 6:30 his car was not
there. The complainant advised that a couple of hours earlier,
he observed two black males enter the business and requested
an estimate. He also noticed that one of the men reached over
the counter, but did not think anything of it. Since the keys to
the vehicle, the complainant feels that one of the men took the
keys to the vehicle and drove away. A check found that the
vehicle had not been towed. The complainant signed an affi-
davit for a stolen vehicle.
VIOLATION OF PAROLE--An offender was released on
Conditional Release Supervision in Duval County for the
offense of Sale of Cocaine. When the offender was required to
submit to a random drug test at the Jacksonville West Probation
Office, cocaine was detected in his system. He admitted that
he had used the illegal substance about three days earlier.
Therefore, the offender violated his condition,.and a no-bond
warrant was requested, naming the suspect as a threat to the
community as well as a possible flight risk.
FALSE ID OF SELF-- a 29-year old female who rides on
Harper Chapppel Road was seen traveling through the River
Oaks Apartments located on Harts Road. A run on the license
indicated that the owner of the vehicle license' had been sus-
pected. The officer therefore conducted a traffic stop on the
. vehicle on: Turtle Creek Drive and asked the driver if she was
the registered owner of the vehicle and if she had her license
with her. The suspect stated that she did hot have her license
with her and stated that-she was hot the registered owner. The
driver also stated that she! did not have any IID with her and
gave a name, indicating that the name could be checked to
show that she had valid Florida license. Ho\\ ever, a check did
not pro\ idea license driver w ith that name. When asked the
Suspect to spell the name, she gave several different spellings.
The suspect \was detained, the owner \\as called. 'The suspect's
real name was gi en and it \as disco\iered that she had never
had a license but had received fike traffic summons. The
owner \\as able to retain her vehicle and the driver was arrest-
ed.
\IOLATION OF INJUNCTION-- Adriver was stopped oni
Arlington Road for a traffic infraction. Upon making contact
x ith the driver, the officer learned that the suspect had an out-
standing warrant for violation of an injunction. The warrant
revealed that an officer \as dispatched to the 2800 block of 6th
Street in reference to a violation. When the officer met with
the victim, she learned that the suspect had come;to her resi-
dent,. talked inside, and look a tele vision, and left in a gray
vehicle. Witness saw him leave Ihle apartment \ ith the tele\ i-
Ssion and drive away. The suspect was read his rights and
arrested.


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iconic song. Dubbed
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mony -- continues the
tradition of ground-
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HIGHLIGHTS
WEEK OF 02/11/06


TV One
(Jacksonville Comcast
Channel 160)
Weekdays
9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Showtime at
the Apollo"
5 p.m. 7 p.m., "227" &
"Amen" block
7 p.m., "Good Times"
7:30 p.m. & 10 p.m.,
"Martin"
Saturday
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit with
Donna Richardson
Joyner, www.don-
narichardson.com
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
*Saturday, 2/11, Noon -
5:30 a.m. "Gimme A
*Break!" Marathon The
classic 80's sitcom,
"Gimme A Break!", one
of the longest running sit-
coms in African-


American television his-
tory, starring the late Nell
Carter, comes to TV One
for a one-day 10 hour
marathon, reliving 'some
of the most memorable
moments and famous or
soon to be famous guest
stars such as Whitney
Houston and Dennis
Haysbert. Controversial
in its day, Carter plays
Nell Harper, housekeeper
and den mother to the
Kanisky Family. On the
surface its just a regular
sitcom, but to some, Nell
playing an overweight
housekeeper to a white
family, during the age of
the Cosby Show, was
stereotypical. Carl
Kanisky, a recently wid-
owed local police chief, is
helped by Nell in raising
his four children, ranging
in age from cute grade-
schooler to troublesome
teen, after his wife's pass-
ing. Despite frequent


jokes and wisecracks, the
children show a lot of
love as Nell tries to
befriend the clan while,
serving as surrogant
mother.
*Sunday, 2/12, 3 p.m. &
Midnight, On Thin Ice:
The Tai Babilonia Story -
This is a true story on the
life of Tai Babilonia, the
ice skater who was also of
of Filipino, African-
American and Hopi
Indian descent. Her father
was an African American
serviceman raised in
Detroit.
*Sunday, 2/12, 8 p.m. -
The Fire This Time A
documentary covering
LA riots and African
American struggle in Los
Angeles. Narrated by
Brooke Adams.


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Faith Soldiers World Ministries

Feed the Children
First baptist Church of Sterling
Gospel Tabernacle
Grace Baptist Church
Greater 2nd Mount Olive
Missionary Baptist Church
Greater Imani Church & Christian
Center
Greater St. Matthew Baptist
Church
Greater St. Stephens Full Gospel
Baptist Church
Helping Hands Ministries

Heritage Christian Center

Holy Spirit Temple
Hope Aglow Empowerment
Center
Jesus People Ministries
Kingsley Fletcher Ministries

Life Changers Christian Center

Life Church of God In Christ
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Mt. Calvary AME Church
Mt. Olive Baptist Church
New Birth Cathedral

New Life Interfaith Ministries. inc.

New Pslmist Baptist Church

Norman Robertson Ministries
Nors Road Church of Christ
Oasis Church International
Potters House Ministries
Prayer and Share Ministries
Prosperity Unlimited
ReJOYce In Jesus Ministries
Showers of Blessing Christian
Ministries
ShureHouse Open Bible Church

SOS Ministry

SL Mark Baptist Church
The Awakening Hour
Victory Christian Center
Victory Christian Church
International
Word of Faith Family Christian
Center

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World Changers International
Ministries


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Pastor Torrance Jacko
Bishop Horace Smith
Dr. Walter Pearson

Bishop Jerome Stokes

Pastor Clinton McFarland

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Turner
Larry Jones
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Bishop Wiley Jackson
Dr. W.F. Richardson

Pastor Lorenzo Heard

Dr. Bill Adkins

Dr. Gusta Booker

Bishop Paul S- Morton

Pastor Rodger L Tatuem
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Pastor Levonzla Stevens

Bishop Isaiah Williams
Dr. Kingsley Fletcher
Drs. james and Stacia
Pierce
Pastor Ron Gibson
Or. Patricia Bailey
Rev. Ann Lightner-Fuller
Bishop Mack King Carter
Bishop Eddie Long
Rev. George M. Matthews,

Reverend Waiter Scott
Thomas
Dr. Norman Robertson
Minister Michael Crusoe
Bishop Wayne Babb
Bishop T.D. Jakes
Pastor Rogers Decuir
Min. Carol Hunter
Pastor Chester Pipton

Pastor Bernard Grant

Pastor gary L. Wyatt, Sr.
Pastor James C.
Carrihgton
Bishop Steven Arnold
Dr. William Crows
Dr. Tony Brazelton
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9:00 p.m., "BFC All
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Top Rated Primetime
Programs Among
African-American TV
Homes For Jan. 30- Feb. 5

1. SUPER BOWL XL,
ABC
2. SUPER BOWL Post
Gun, ABC
3. SUPER BOWL Post
Game, ABC
4. Grey's Anatomy, ABC
5. American Idol-
Wednesday, FOX
6. American Idol-Tuesday,
FOX
7. CSI, CBS
8. Without A Trace, CBS\
9. CSI: MIAMI, CBS
10. Girlfriends, UPN
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Whassup continuedjromn D-5
An A-List of Movie
Stars, Hip-Hop Artists,
Celebrities and
Sociologists all weigh in
their viewpoints.
The 20th Annual
4aSoul Train Music
Awards Nominations
were made at Spago's
Restaurant in Beverly
Hills by this year's hosts
actress Vivica A. Fox
and singer/actor Tyrese.
Don Cornelius is the
founder and executive
producer. The leader of
the pack is R. Kelly with
three nominations fol-


lowed by The Black
Eyed Peas, Mariah
Carey, Keyshia Cole,
John Legend, Missy
Elliott, Gwen Stefani,
Bobby Valentino, Kanye
West and Charlie Wilson
with two nominations
each. The show will be
video taped on Saturday,
March 4, 2006 at the
Pasadena Civic
Auditorium.
FIREWALL, Warner
Bros.; stars Harrison
Ford, Virginia Madsen,
Carly Schroeder, Jimmy
Bennett and Paul
Bettany. As with most


Harrison Ford movies,
you will be in for an
emotional ride, full of
unexpected twists and
turns. Some parts of this
film is predictable but
just when you think you
have figured out what
should happen next-
whamo--something
unexpected happens.
Ford as bank computer
expert Jack Stanfield is
his usual intense self
with a great supporting
cast that made up the
Stanfield family.
Jimmy Bennett as
Andy Standfield, steals


the show throughout the
film as a very loveable
baby brother. He made
all of the right expres-
sions at the right times
and skillfully transi-
tioned his moods
between playful and
serious like a seasoned
master actor well beyond
his young years! We will
be seeing more of this
talented youngster. Paul
Bettany as the film's
main villain (Bill Cox),
reminded me so much of
singer/musician Sting.
He did pull off an effec-
tive portrayal of a master


thief intent on hacking
into the computer sys-
tem of a major bank to
steal 100 million.
He and his small
band of thug mercenar-
ies take over the
Stanfield house, holding
the family hostage to
force Jack (Ford) to use
his expert skills to make
the heist.
This is one of the bet-
ter films coming out this
weekend. Check it out
for a good time at the
movies
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