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Parade Starts at 11:00 A.M From Stanton Prep School
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Jackie Brown



For Mayor?

JACKSONVILLE,
Fla. Jackie Brown
has been an activist in
Jacksonville for many
years but recently, she
has become more
vocal because she
feels the city is not
moving in the right
direction fast. enough
so, she is ready to step
up another level from
Jackie Brown being an activist,
appearing before the city council to being a part of the
city's leadership. She has said that the black council
Jackie Brown continued on A-7

More Than $40,000 In

Bogus Checks Cashed,

Over $100,000 Printed


Suspect Of Friday 13, 2006


Murder Arres


Marcus Dewayne Hall Shedrick Haynes
Victim Suspect
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Some may see the murder
of Marcus Dewayne Hall, 29, as a bad day for him


ted

since he was shot by Shedrick Haynes, 25 on Friday,
January 13, 2006 or just cringed because the shooting:
occurred during this seemingly very violent period in
Jacksonville.
Hall was shot multiple times while standing in the
parking lot of Madison Woods Apartments on Lem
Turner.
According to witness and the investigation, the two
men were at.the River Oaks Apartments on Harts Road
the day before and at some point, the suspect made
accusations that the victim had stolen his cell phone.
Later, the victim and witnesses returned to the
Madison Woods Apartments and while there in the
parking lot, the suspect confronted and shot the victim.
.An arrest warrant was issued and Haynes surren
Arrested continued onA-7


Boy Kills Sister-Will State



Take Children From Mom?


JACKSON VILLE. Fla.
-- With the amount of vio-
lence reported so far in
2006 and the new "self-
protection" law for
F lorida, one might under-
stand why Rhonda Webb
had recently purchased a
handgun. But, how and
where is a safe place to
hide a gun from children
and still have it conven-
ient to the adult for an


emergency? In all hon-
esty .sources sa\ there is:
no safe place but there is
a \\a\ one can own a
handgun and still keep
the children safe and that
way is available to,
Jacksonville residents.
The Duval Courity Health
Department offers free
gun locks to residents of
the city
Taishay Shanks was


only fi\e-years-old when
she \tas shot in the head
by her 8-\ ear-old brother
Saturday. \\ho found the
gun and pulled the trig-
ger, as most boys or girls
night do if the serious-
ness of pulling the trigger
had not been emphasized
or taught.
The mother said that
she had just purchased the
Mom continued on A-7


Sabrina Bussey Devon John
Suspect Suspect
According to the Clay County Sheriffs Office,
Devon Randy Johii. 24
and Sabrena LaSharn .
Bussey, 36, cashed a
fraudulent check in the .'
amount of $1.497.66 at
Community First Credit -...:1
Union on Kingsley
'Avenue Tuesday. one of
about $-10.000 \ north of T' -
checks cashed recently. ''' -
The Jackson\ ille resi- .
dents iare charged with
defrauding a financial j"i
institution and uttering a
counterfeit coheck.. Both
were listed as unem-
ployed. Roland Johnson, suspect
In another incident, on
AMondai. Roland Antwan Johnson, 20, was arrested by
members of the Clay County Sheriffs White Collar
Crime Unit and charged %\ ith Grand Theft and defraud-
ing a financial institution.
Detecti\ es believe that Johnson, also a Jacksonville
resident, is responsible for the printing of at least
S100.000 in counterfeit business checks and then
worked with co-defenders to have them cashed at area
banks and credit unions.
According to the report. Johnson's arrest is signifi-
cant because hlie \\as sought recently bN the Secret
Service and targeted for arrest for his growing counter-
fe~.tig..~operat ion.


'Stop The Violence, Use Your Talents' Phase II


By: Vonkesta Mobley-
SAbrams

Bungi Entertainment
hosted Phase II of their
national campaign "Stop
The Violence, Use Your
Talents" this past week-
end at the A. Philip
Randolph park on the
eastside of Jackson\ille.
This e\ent brought
together over '450 people,
which included city offi-
cials, Pastors, families of
murdered victim's and


musical artist alike. The
event could not have
come at a better time,
with Jacksonville's mur-
der rate on an increasing
climb.,
At the time of the
event, there had already
been 24 murders. Making
positi\ e strides and bring-
ing awareness to the vio-
lence that plagues the
streets of Jacksonville is
what Bungi Entertainment
is doing.
Stop continued on A-7


Participants at the' Stop The Violence, Use Your Talents'
rally display t-shirts with images of homicide victims.

Leagues' World-Series.
It was written that Manley was not just about baseball,
she used the sport to advance civil rights causes and had
events such as "Anti-Lynching Day" at the baseball park.
Manley died in 1981 at the age of 84.

'Boondocks' Is Going On Vacation
Boondocks, the black comic-strip family living in white
suburbia and written by black cartoonist, Aaron McGruder
will not be seen for about six months. The cartoonist who
pro. ides the strip to about 350 papers created the cartoon in
1997 \\ hle a student at the University of Maryland. It went
national tx\o \ears later and became Universal Press' third
strongest strip.
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First/Only Woman Inducted In
The Baseball Hall Of Fame
The Newark Eagles were the only black baseball team in
the predominantly white city of Newark, N.J. and when
baseball lifted its color ban, Effa Manley served as business
manager and co-owner of the Newark Eagles and
Wednesday, became the first wdman of any race to be induct-
ed in the Baseball Hall of Fame. She joins five Eagles play-
ers who are already in the Hall of Fame.
Effa Nlanle\ \\as \hite but w\as married to a black man.
and "passed as a black \omnan," said Larr Lester. a baseball
author and member of the voting committee.
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Good News for Working Families

Marian Wright Edelman
President and Founder of the Children's Defense Fund


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


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CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
EDITOR


As tax season approach-
es, the Children's Defense
Fund is helping to spread
some important good news
about tax credits and free tax
preparation help for working
families. Many of the coun-
try's working poor may not
know they are eligible for
the Earned Income Tax
Credit (EITC), a refundable
tax credit for people who
work full- or part-time but
earn low wages. These are'
the hard working low- to
moderate-income families
who are playing by the rules
but still struggling to stay
ahead.
This federal credit can
generate a cash refund for
them of as much as $4,400,
and it can be even more in
states that offer a supple-
mental state Earned Income
Tax Credit. In addition,'the
Child Tax Credit' can be
worth up to $1,000 per child ,
for some. working families.
More than 21 million work-
ers collected billions of dol-
lars in EITC refunds in
2003; and those families
were able to use that money
to help cover key expenses
like rent, utilities, food,
medical bills, child care, and
even to put a down payment
on a home. The EITC is the
most effective work support
and anti-poverty tool we
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families with children quali-
fy for both the EITC and the
Child Tax Credit, up to 20
percent of eligible workers
do not receive them.
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mercial tax preparers take
advantage of workers who
are likely to be eligible for
these, credits by targeting
them for "rapid refunds"
through Refund Anticipation
Loans (RALs). These are
short-term, high-interest
loans that tax filers take out
against their expected, tax
return.
Tax preparers aggres-
sively market these loans as
a way to get cash fast instead
of waiting for a tax refund,
and most of their customers
are low-income taxpayers
who need their refunds
quickly to pay for basic
needs. During 2003, about 7
million low-income workers
purchased RALs. But these
loans, undermine benefits
like the EITC by; costing'
low-income workers large
portions of their tax refunds
in interest and fees. Across
the country, low- to moder-
ate-income working families
who claimed the EITC lost
more than $900 million of
their earned refunds during
the 2004 tax season in
exchange for collecting
those refunds about 10 days


sooner, in some cases. There
are ways for families to
learn about the benefits for
which they are eligible and
receive free, fast, tax help at
the-same time.
Throughout tax season,
the Children's Defense Fund
and others across the coun-
try are operating free tax fil-
ing sites. The Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance
(VITA) program was creat-
ed by .the IRS and is sup-
ported and overseen by the
agency. VITA sites offer free
tax preparation help to fami-
lies making $38,000 or less
per year. Volunteers are
trained to help families
claim the EITC and other
valuable federal, state, and
local tax credits to which
they are entitled and collect
their refunds quickly with-
out the unnecessary high
fees of commercial prepar-
ers.
Even those who aren't
required to file a tax return
based on earnings should
file a return because they
may have had too much
taken out of their paychecks
during the year or they
might qualify for a refund
through the EITC.
Volunteers are also able.to
help working families- who
failed to .file their taxes or
claim the EITC tax credits in
the past claim them now,
because they have up to
three years to do so.
VITA sites are set up in
.convenient locations such as
shopping centers, libraries.
community centers, and


schools. Families visiting
them are also able to receive
information about other
government benefits,
including food and nutrition
programs, health care, hous-
ing, child care, and energy
assistance.
All of CDF's state offices
in New York, Texas,
Minnesota, Ohio,
Mississippi, South Carolina,
Tennessee and California,
and the District of Columbia
participate in the VITA pro-
gram. Child poverty would
be reduced by 20 percent
and the number of families
living in extreme poverty
would be reduced by 70 per-
cent if all families with chil-
dren participated in the gov-
ernment programs for which
they are qualified, including
the EITC. The CDF is part
of the movement to help
make free tax assistance
available, accessible, and
well-publicized for every-*
one who could use it.
Could the VITA program
help your family? To locate
the site nearest to you, call
1-800-829-10406. If you
have Internet' access, you
,can also learn more by visit-
ing the Tax and Benefits sec-
tion iof CDF's eb site,
w'aw'.childrensdefense.org.
Marian If right Edelman
is President and Founder of
the Children's Defense Fund
those mission -is to Leave
No Child Behind and to
ensure evei ch ild a Healthii'
Start. *a Head Start. a Fair
Stai t. a' Sale Starl. and a7
Moral Start in lile.


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MARCH 4, 2006


Historic Mount Zion AME Church


Commemorates 140 Years Of Worship


Members of Historic Mt.
Zion A.M.E. Church, 201 E.
Beaver St., are celebrating
the legacy of the heroic


group of men and women
who banded together 140
years ago for the purpose of
establishing a house of wor-


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

EVANGELISTIC REVIVAL CONFERENCE-First New
Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 4835 Soutel Dr., will host
"Evangelism Explosion" an Evangelistic Revival
Conference and Workshop, March 16-18. Services begin at
7:00 p.m. on Thursday and Friday night.. Saturday's work-
shops will be held 9:00 a.m.-12 Noon. Rev. Carl Johnson,
93rd Street Baptist Church (MIami,Fla.), will be the guest
Evangelist. Rev. Fred Young, Mind for Jesus Ministries
(Jacksonville) will be the guest lecturer and workshop
leader. The public is invited to participate. Rev. Dr. James B.
Sampson, Pastor..
TAKE IT TO THE STREET- The public is invited to partic-
ipate in St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church Outreach
Ministry's Third Annual "Take It To The Street-I Need You
To Survive event on March 18. Participants will line up at
9:30 a.m. At 10:30 a.m., participants will leave the church
and walk to Oakland Park (Union and lona Streets) for a
service. The day includes a clothing giveaway, light refresh-
ments, and other activities. Evangelist Alfreda Crawford
Telfair, Outreach Ministry Director. Rev. Levi Washington,
Pastor.
A NIGHT AT THE MOVIES-The Women's Missionary
Society of First AME Church of Palm Coast will host "A
Night At the, Movies" featuring the movie presentation of
"The Gospel." The movie will be presented on Saturday,
March 18, 6:00 p.m. in the educational complex of the
church located at 91 Old Kings Road North in Palm Coast,
Fla. For ticket and other information call Jeroline D.
McCarthy at (386) 437-5142.. Rev. Dr. Gillard S. Glover,
Senior Pastor.
CHURCH AND PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY-The St.
Nicholas Bethel Baptist Church announces the 126th
Anniversary of the Church and the 13th of the Pastor, Rev.
Dr. Richard W. Jackson. The celebrations will be held
Sunday, February 26 Sunday, March 5.The.theme is "We
Are Working On A Building Holding Up The Blood Stained
Banner For Jesus Christ!. (Nehemiah 6:3". The dates and
visiting churches are: Sunday, February 26, 2006, 4:00 p.m.-
Greater Bethany Baptist Church, Rev. John Perry;'Greater
New Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church; Re\. Percy
Jackson; and Christian United Baptist Church, Rev.. John
Hicks. Monday, February 27, 7:00 p.m.-New Mount Canaan
Baptist Church, Rev. -Dr. Perry Robinson; St. Matthew
Baptist Church, Rev. George Price; anl Israel United
Baptist Church, Rev. Eugene AWhite. Wednesday, March 1,
7:00 p.m.- Apostolic Shiloh Holiness Church, Rev. Gloria
Anderson; and First Samuel Baptist. Church, Rev. Ralph
Jennings. Friday, March 3, 7:00 p.m.-Jerusalem Baptist
Church, Rev. Brian Campbell; New Bethel A.M.E.; and
Community Revived Center Church, Rev. Alfred Cotton.
Sunday, March 5, 4:00 p.m. Jones Temple Church of God in
Christ. Elder Reginald'Williams; Renewed Life Ministries,
Pastors Larry and Barbara Brown;i Evergreen Baptist
Church,. Rev. Elbert Moieland; and Mount Zion Baptist
Church, Rev. Samuel Norris.
GRACE GOSPEL FEST 2006-Grace Baptist Church of
East Springfield, 1553 E. 21st St. will host an open door
Grace Gospel fest 2006 on March 5, beginning at 6:00 p.m.
t Participants includelNew Creations, Nu Testaments, Singing
Trunimpets. Golden Clouds, Gospel Tones, Royal Spirituals,
Sunny Rose, C.E. 'Laney Chbir, Rev. Herman and Rev.
Vivian Fountain, Rev. Sherrman Kelly, and Bro. Glenn
Mebane.

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ship.
The Anniversary
Committee, Rev. F.D.
Richardson, Pastor and
members, have planned a
series of commemorative
recognition of earlier
church members who initiat-
ed programs and events of
note, new to the city of
Jacksonville.
Friends and Families of
the church are invited to
attend the Men's
Fellowship, 10:00 a.m. on
Sunday, March 12.
The guest minister, Rev.
Herman Fountain, Associate
Minister of St. Luke AME
Church (St. Augustine, Fla.)


is the speaker. The late
David H. Dwight, Sr. will be
recognized.
Mr. Dwight, a staunch
member of the church, pro-
vided leadership to organize
Boy Scout troops for
African-American boys in
Jacksonville. The very first
troop was chartered at Mt.
Zion AME Church.
All Boy Scouts, Cub
Scouts, Scout Leaders, past
and present, are especially
invited to this worship serv-
ice to become a part of this
historic event as the church
continues to celebrate the
legacy of this outstanding
achievement.


17th Annual Black Church Week

Of Prayer For The Healing Of AIDS


The Balm In Gilead, Inc.,
and the African American
Faith Community are
preparing for the 17th
Annual Black Church Week
of Prayer for the Healing of
AIDS, March 5-11.
The Week of Prayer is
the largest AIDS awareness
campaign targeting the
Black fait community.
The Black Church Week
of Prayer for the Healing of
AIDS is a powerful week of
prayer, education and action.
This ,national. AIDS
awareness campaign
engages Black congrega-
tions to support, encourage
and empower African
Americans, Africans and all
people of the Diaspora to
take action toward stopping
the spread, of HIVIAIDS ri
the Black communities'
worldwide.
Local dates and locations
include;
Sunday, March 5,
11:00.a.m.-.West Union
Missionary Baptist Church,
1605 W. Beaver St.;
Southside Church of God In
Christ, 2179 Emerson St.
Monday-Friday, March
6-10, 6:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Southside Church of God in
Christ, 2179 Emerson
St.(Sanctuary Open for
'Prayer).
Tuesday, March 7, 6:30
p.m.-Abyssinia Missionary
Baptist Church, 10325
Interstate Center Dr.; 7:00
p.m. at Total Praise
Christian Ministry, 2851
Edgewood Ave. North.
Wednesday, March 8,
1:00 p.m.-Central
Metropolitan C.M.E.
Church, 4611 Pearl St.; 6;3;0
p.m. at West Union
Missionary Baptist Church,


1605 W. Beaver St.
Thursday, March 9, 7:00
p.m.-Mt. Sinai Christian
Assembly, 1146 W. 21st St.
Friday, March 10, 7:00
p.m.-Church of God In
Christ Temple, 338 Chelsea
St. To lear more got to
www.balmingilead.org.




DEATH


NOTICES
ANDERSON-Roy Lee, died
February 27, 20006.
BATTLE-Levi 0. died February
24, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
MORTUARY,INC.
BENTON-Price,Jr. died February
23, 2006.
BLACK-Rosie L., died February
20, 2006.
BLOUNT-Ida P., died February
23, 2006.
CASON-MIldred, died February
21, 2006.'
DIXON-Barbara, died February
22, 2006.
DOVE-Earline, died February
24,2006.
DUBOIS-Audrey, died February
25, 2006.
EUTSAY-Richard J., died
February 26, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MIAN MORTUARY, INC.
GRANT-Willie Lee, died
February 27, 2006.
HINES-Martha P., died Febiuary
26, 2006.
JAMES-Master Lawrence, died
February'23, 2006.
JOHNSON-Alice F., died
February 20, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY, INC.
JOHNSON-MAster Andrew X.,
died February 15, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTARR. INC.
JONES-Cleveland, died
February 26, 2006.
JONES-Mildred K., died
February 25, 2006.
KENNY-Velma L., died
February 23, 2006.
KING-Mrs. Dorothy E., died
February 23, 2006.
MILLER-Anise Diane, died
February 22, 2006.
NEAL-Milton, died February 26,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MOR-
TUARY, INC.
NORRIS-Mrs. Minnie B., died
February 22, 2006.
PONDER-James, died February
25, 2006.
ROBINSON-Johnnie, died
February 22, 2006.
SHANKS-TaiShay Lakia
"Tater", 5, died February 26,
2006.
SULLIVAN-George W., died
February 24, 2006.
SULLIVAN-Joseph, died
February 23, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY, INC.
THOMAS-Claudia, died
February 23, 2006.
WALKER-Richard, 77, died
February 18, 2006.
WARREN-Tiny, died
February 27, 2006.
WARING-Melvin, died
February 22, 2006.
WASHINGTON-Leroy, died
February 24, 2006.
WILLIAMS-James S., died
February 22, 2006.


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Fort Mose Groundbreaking
On a sunny afternoon in the oldest city of St.
Augustine, community leaders, area supporters and
school children were joined by an array of elected offi-
cials to celebrate the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the
Fort Mose Visitor Center.
Historically, more than 250 years ago, African
slaves found refuge in a remote coastal village of
Spanish Colonial Florida-a place that would become
a symbol of freedom from oppression.
Spain claimed Florida in the early 1700s, while
Great Britain colonized lands to the north along the
Atlantic Coast. Africans escaping slavery in the British
colony of Carolina fled south in Florida, where they
were emancipated for serving as Spanish militia under
Captain Francisco Menendez, an escaped African slave.
Located two miles north of St. Augustine, Fort Mose-
now a national historic landmark-functioned as a
Spanish defense line against British invaders and stood
as a fortress and a village of thatched huts for close to
40 families."
Due to the diligent perseverance of the Fort Mose
Historical Society and the support of the State of
Florida construction of a 3,600 square foot Fort Mose
Visitor Center is soon to become a reality. The center is
to serve as a learning environment, housing Fort Mose
artifacts and interpretation. Everyone will be able to
learn and remember the remarkable story of Fort Mose,
the nation's first free black settlement and honoring
those Fort Mose inhabitants who died for freedom.
Seeing the first steps toward this goal was a heart
filled day of celebration for everyone there!
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First Coast Soul 'Jamming'
Have you wondered when you've watched the 'Doo
Wap' programs on PBS from time to time how much
fun it would be to see a live performance? Well, I did.
And when I learned that such a performance would be
coming to the First Coast I just had to take the time to
be there!
It was everything I thought it would be and much,
much more. First Hall of Famers Manhattans took the
stage performing' Kiss And Say Goodbye, Shining Star
and countless others, followed by the Delphonics, who
have been crooning since the late 1960s, sent the crowd
screaming and waving their hands with their notable
renditions that included La La Means I Love You.
Following intermission we were rocked by the
ChiLites, who began performing in 1959 and are still
going stronger than ever, with countless familiar tunes
that among them being Have You Seen Her, and Oh
Girl.
The Stylistics came on last with Break Up To Make
Up, Betcha By Golly, Wow, and You Make Me Feel
Brand New.
What a glorious evening. It was a full evening of
sentimental memories with a post Valentine's Day
romantic dinner before the concert. The Chuck
Reynoldses were there as. a pre-birthday celebration for
Mrs. Reynolds. No wonder she was beaming so!


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Showing off architect sketching of the soon to be built Fort Mose
Visitor Center were: Mrs. Colleen Castile, Environmental Protection
Department Secretary, St. Augustine City Council member Errol Jones,
Governor Jeb Bush, State Senator Anthony Hill and U.S. Congressman
John Mica.


Ceremony participants: Governor Jeb Bush, Pastor Lorenzo Laws
and Retired St.Johns County Schools Superintendent, Otis Mason.


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Fort Mose supporters included Mrs. Lydia Dwight Wooden with an old Local folk performer Mrs. Carrie Johnson with one of the many
acquaintance. exhibits on display during the Groundbreaking ceremony.


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Fort Mose 'residents' of era.


Civil Rights Activist Dr. Robert Hayling with the Ft. Mose Monument
Plaque.


Ms. Linda \\ilsell and Mrs. Dolores Gibson Brazil had rate re ie"s
following the concert. In fact, Ms. Witsell had enviable back stage
privileges. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Judge and Mrs. James Ruth. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


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Two Florida Men Arrested


For Promoting Child Sex Videos

TALLAHASSEE Attorney General Charlie Crist announced the arrests in separate
cases of a Pinellas County man and an Orange County teenager on charges of possession of
child pornography and promoting the sexual performance of a child. Investigators conduct-
ing undercover online investigations discovered that Enrique Liboy-Bayonet of Clearwater
and Jerry Patrick Killen ofApopoka were promoting and distributing pornographic videos of
children through separate activities.
Liboy-Bayonet, 75, and Killen, 19, placed pornographic videos on the internet, where
they were discovered by an investigator with the Attorney General's CyberCrime Unit who
was able to trace them back to each man.
Search warrants were then executed at each man's residence, and computers and numer-
ous images of child pornography were seized.
"These two cases show how the depravity of child pornography knows no age limits,"
said Crist. "The internet has become a powerful tool for those who would engage in this vile
activity, but our CyberCrime Unit is proving to be a powerful a weapon against those who
would exploit children in this horrible way."
The Attorney General's CyberCrime Unit investigated the cases in conjunction with state
and local law enforcement agencies. The arrest of Liboy-Bayonet was done in conjunction
with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office,
while the case against Killen was made with the assistance of the Orange County Sheriff's
Office.
Liboy-Bayonet and Killen each admitted to knowingly possessing the pornography found
on their computers. The computers and other equipment removed from the residences will
undergo further forensic analysis to locate possible additional pornographic images or
movies of children.
Liboy-Bayonet, who is being held at the Pinellas County Jail, is charged with 10 counts
of possession of child pornography, a third-degree felony. If convicted on all charges, he
faces up to 50 years in prison.
Killen has been released from the Orange County Jail on bond and is charged with one
count of promoting the sexual performance of a child, a second-degree felony, and one count
of possession of child pornography, a third-degree felony. If convicted on all charges, he
faces up to 25 years in prison.
The CyberCrime Unit's mission is to protect children from computer-facilitated sexual
exploitation. The unit does this by working cooperatively on a statewide basis with law
enforcement agencies and prosecutors to provide resources and expertise, while preventing
the spread of these crimes through education and community awareness. These two arrests
bring the total number of CyberCrime arrests to nine in Florida since the creation of the unit
last November.

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Initiatives Coming To Jax


On Wednesday, April
12, the White House and
the Departments of
Justice, Commerce,
Agriculture, Labor,
Veterans Affairs, Health &
Human Services, Housing
& Urban Development,
and Education, the Agency
for International
Development and the
Small Business
Administration will host a
conference in Jacksonville
to help faith-based and
other community organi-
zations learn more about
President Bush's Faith-
Based and Community
Initiative.
The Federal govern-
ment is working to make
sure that faith-based and-
community groups can
compete on an equal foot-
ing for Federal dollars,
receive greater private
support, and face fewer
bureaucratic barriers.
The conference is free,
but pre-registration is
required. Registration is
on a first-come, first-serve.
basis. Visit www.fbci.gov
> to register online. We
strongly encourage you to
register online.
The conference is part


of a series of regional con-
ferences that are being held
around the country.
These conferences will
provide participants with
information about Federal
programs that are suited to
their needs, the Federal
funding process, and the
legal requirements that may
apply to recipients of
Federal funds.


They will also offer
practical information on
the grant-writing process
and facilitate opportunities
to network with govern-
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For more information,
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Democrats Leading Charge
For Hurricane Insurance Reform
TALLAHASSEE -News out of Washington confirms
the public sentiment that the Republican-run government,
was woefully flippant in the days leading up to Hurricane
Katrina, despite dire warnings from hurricane experts
before the storm hit. Here in Florida, people are similarly
outraged about the Republicans' indifference and incom-
petence when it comes to protecting Floridians in the case
of a major storm. Troubled, Republican-run Citizens
Insurance pushes astronomical rates on homeowners say-
ing it can't afford to operate without them but then com-
mits to dropping half a million dollars on PR (Tallahassee
Democrat, 3/2/06). However, Floridians are the. ones pay-
ing the increased premiums, and glossy advertisements
won't change that.
The current problems plaguing the insurance industry
stand to result in a Katrina-size financial crisis for Florida
homeowners when hurricane season rolls around later this
year. The Democratic hurricane insurance plan will pre-
vent this type of situation from occurring so that Floridians
can recover more quickly if a major storm hits.
Meanwhile, Republicans continue to ignore the problem,
resorting to advertising to change the public's opinion and
claiming the market will figure it out on its own.


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African Americans Still



Dissastisfied With Post-



Hurricane Katrina Efforts


William J. Jefferson
WASHINGTON -- Six
months after the massive
destruction dealt by
Hurricane Katrina on New
Orleans and the Gulf Coast
region, a CBS News Poll
and analysis by BET.com
finds African Americans
overwhelmingly dissatisfied
with the efforts to rebuild in
the storm's aftermath.
The CBS News Survey
unit conducted the poll of
1,018 adults, including 207
African Americans. Margin
of error for the poll is plus or
minus seven points.
Among the more eye-
opening findings .by CBS
News is the pessimistic out-
look that African Americans
have for the city of New
Orleans:
Survey results showed
That' 38 percent of African
SAmericans believe much of
that historic city will never


Bennie Thompson


be rebuilt compared to 26
percent of White respon-
dents. On the topic of
whether citizens displaced
by the storm will ever return
home, 33 percent of African-
American respondents
believe that White'evacuees
will return to New Orleans
before the African
Americans who were',also
forced to flee.
African Americans sur-
veyed were particularly crit-
ical of the way that President
George W. Bush and his
administration responded to
the desperate needs- of
Hurricane Katrina victims.
Only seven percent of
African-American respon-
Sdents approved of President
Bush's handling of the disas-
ter, while 9 in 10 disap-
proved.
Conyersely, 3.6 percent
of White respondents sup-


port the response by the
Bush Administration.
"While the overall scope
and findings of the poll
are not a complete sur-
prise, especially the divi-
sions along racial lines, it's
eye-opening that. the nega-
tive opinions still hold so
true six months after the hur-
ricane," said BET News
Senior Political Producer
Pamela Gentry. 'There have
been a number of attempts,
including the current Mardi
Gras celebration in. New
Orleans, to further jumpstart
the recovery. But the
results of this poll indicate a
long, long road still lies
ahead."
BET News is also report-
ing the following reactions
by noted African-American
leaders to the poll's find-
ings:
"If you ask Black people


in New Orleans, I believe
the number of people who
want to return would be
higher. People want to come
home; there is much greater
interest from people who are
from New Orleans to return.
They want to have a better
set of opportunities. They
don't want to come home to
just anything. We just have
to set the path. for them to
come home."
Congressman Williams
Jefferson (D-Louisiana)
"It's troubling ,that race
and economic status still
determines when aide
arrives in a time of crisis.
This Bush Administration
clearly dropped the ball in
dealing with Hurricane
Katrina whether intentional-
ly or not." -- Congressman
Bennie Thompson (D-
Mississippi)
"There are no surprises
in this poll. President Bush,
from the very beginning,
was unprepared for the
storm and unwilling to
address those victims or
survivors of the storm.
When the water was high, he
had an incompetent person
in charge. While he went to
ground zero in New York, he
never went to ground zero in
New Orleans." -- Civil
Rights Leader Rev Jesse
Jackson


African American Baby Boomers


Changing The Paradigns On Aging


NYC African Burial

Ground Now

A Monument

NEW YORK President Bush has declared part' of
the African Burial Ground in lower Manhattan, where an
estimated 20,000 slaves and free blacks were buried in
the 18th century, a national monument.
The monument will allow "visitors to better under-
stand and honor the culture and vital contributions/ of
generations of Africans and Americans of African.
descent to our Nation," Bush said in a proclamation
signed Monday.
A memorial is planned for the designated land, which
covers less than half an acre within a National Historic
Landmark.
The burial ground, north of City Hall,was closed in
1794 and was eventually forgotten as construction land-
fill buried it 20 feet deep. It was rediscovered in 1991
during construction of a federal office tower, and com-
munity pressure and protests led the government to aban-
don work on the building.
More than 400 sets of remains were found, half of
them belonging to children. Many of them showed signs
of malnourishment, severe arthritis and injuries caused
by intense physical labor.
The National Historic Landmark, covering about 7
acres, was designated in 1993 and has been jointly man-
aged by the Park Service and the General Services
Administration.



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Creation Selected to Launch Mecca Magazine:
The New Lifestyle and Business:
Voice of Black Atlanta
ATLANTA--Creaxioh, one of Atlanta's leading market-
ing firms. announced today it has been selected by
Renaissance Urban Media Group to help launch Mecca
Magazine, a smart, sophisticated glossy by, for and about
African-Americans who live, work and play in Atlanta.
Creaxion will provide advertising, public relations and
event support for Mecca which will debut in the summer of
2006. Mecca's premiere issue will be circulated to over
50,000 households in MetroiAtlanta and be promoted bv a
marketing mix of broadcast, print, outdoor and online media.
Mecca will be led by executive publisher Goldie Taylor,
a former reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, author
and veteran diversity and consumer branding executive.
Dually, Taylor is founding chairman and CEO.of
Renaissance Urban Media Group.' Prior to forming
"Renaissance, Taylor held management and executive posi-
tions \% ith The Home Depot, Sara Lee Foods and several
global public relations agencies.
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NEW


YORK--As


Americans reflect and eval-
uate the progress of African'
Americans during Black
History lonth, 'AARP New
York's newly appointed state
President, Madeleine
Moore, is examining how
African American baby
boomers are building lega-
cies of leadership through
volitteerism. She is. focus-
ing on the growing number'
of. seasoned power brokers
who are dedicated to
improving, the quality of
life' for the 7.5 million
African Americans age 50
and over.
In this lead volunteer
position, Moore will chair
the, organization's volunteer
Executive Council which
helps setAARP's state agen-
da and programs for its 2.6
million members.
"Bab\ boomers emerged
from an era defined by the
civil rights movement. Now,
the defining struggle of their


generation is challenging the
old stereotypes and notions
about aging and retirement,"'
sa\ s Moore. "As state presi-
dent, I will be looking at
how AARP can empower
our diverse 50 and over pop-
ulation as they age."
AARP research found
that baby boomers of all eth-
nicities view themselves
quite differently from, their
parents' generation.
Boomers share more simi-
larities with Gen. X attitudes
and perceptions about them-
selves and society than they
do'with their elders.
"African American
boomers are building on the
gains made through genera-
tions of struggle in areas like
education, employment and
financial empowerment.
Toda\. that struggle has
forged a new and multi-
faceted, vision for older,
African. Americans," says
Moore.
On average, 3.7 million


African American house-
holds have annual -incomes
of $50,000 or more and 1.4
million African American
households have annual
incomes topping $75,000.
The. economic, status of
African Americans has
improved at an above aver-
age rate over the past two
decades..
The general population
per capital income increased
43% between 1980 and
2000, while African
American per capital income
grew 59%. '
African Americans have.
significant buying power,
which is estimated at nearly
$800 billion.
Growing incomes has
also meant increased chari-
table giving and philan-
thropic initiatives.
A recent. AARP survey
looking at community serv-
ice and charitable giving
practices of the: 45+ popula-
tion found that 88% of


African Americans regularly
made charitable donations.
The same survey found that
African Americans are
among the most active vol-
unteers in our society.
S"AARP New York has a
vibrant and active cadre of
African American volun-.
teers who dedicate time to
engage in legislative advo-
cacy on issues like afford-
able prescription drugs or
community service initia-
tives like the AARP Tax-
Aide and Driver Safety pro-
grams," says Moore.
.African Americans are
active in AARP Chapters
across the state. One of the
state's largest and most
active chapters is the pre-
dominantly African
American "Peachtree
Chapter" in the Bronx,
which has over 400 mem-
bers.
"Community service is a
way in which baby boomers
can forge


Lawsuit Alleges Discriminatory Hiring Practices


ATLANTA, GA--
Alleging an eighty-two year
history of a glass ceiling for
African American employ-
ees and recent willful viola-
tions of equal employment
opportunit- laws, a lawsuit
was filed today in the United
States District Court forthe
Northern District of Georgia
against the Life Office
Management Association'
S(LOMA), an international


Trade association for the life
insurance industry, and its
Board of Directors, com-
posed of. executive officers
from member ,companies,
including State Farm,
Hartford Life, Northwestern
Mutual- and Ameritas.
Member companies of the.
trade association include
Allstate Financial,
Prudential, John Hancock,
MetLife, New York Life,'
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and Principal Financial
Group.
The lawsuit alleges the
existence of a glass ceiling
that denies qualified African
American candidates due
consideration for positions
at higher professional levels
such as director or above.
"The dues and fees paid to
LOMA by more than 1200
member insurance compa-
nies go toward supporting


the. discriminatory views;
attitudes and employment
practices that have persisted
and permeated LOMA over
its entire eighty-two year
existence.
A. progressive society
cannot continue to tolerate
these kinds of attitudes and
practices, but that's exactly
what the big insurance. com-
panies are doing by support-
ing a relic of racist times.


Are African Americans Saving for the'Long-Term?
WASHINGTON,, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Studies have
indicated that despite a significant increase in net worth
among African Americaiis, the\ direct a smaller,portion of
income to long-term investments than other groups with :
similar incomes. As a result, many cannot reach their retire-
ment and college savings goals. The primary reason African
Americans cite for not investing is lack of knowledge.
The National Urban League and the Investment
Company Institute Education Foundation (ICIEF) developed
the: Investing for Success program to inspire African
Americans to become more knowledgeable about investing
for retirement and to take advantage of opportunities to accu-
mulate wealth. Marc H. Morial, president of the National
Urban League, said, "The National Urban League and ICIEF
share an important goal of helping African Americans to
.become economically self-sufficient."
Together, NULL and ICIEF recommend the following
Seven steps for investing: Get Started, Set Goals, Understand.
Risk, Ask Questions,'Develop Realistic Expectations, Take
the Long-Term View, and Develop an Action Plan.
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Clinton Says Africa Faces Many Challenges B
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Former President Clinton said
Wednesday the United States and Africa have turned a cor-
ner in their relationship, but challenges remain on battling
AIDS and other healthissues.
Clinton spoke to students from seven African and.
American classrooms in an event. sponsored by Boston
University's African Presidential Archives and Research
Center.
Speaking from his home in Chappaqua, N.Y, Clinton
said he tried to promote economic development in Africa
through aid, trade and debt relief programs. The future of the
continent depends on partnering with nations, Clinton said.
"Africa's future should be viewed as it is, in tie hands of
Africans, both the people and their leaders," Clinton told
several college classes in a video conference forum.
Students from the inaugural class at Clinton's School of
Public Service, located on the campus of Clinton's presiden-
tial library in Little Rock, participated in the forum with the
former president.
Clinton said he didn't know whether his foundation's
push to provide HIV and AIDS drugs and treatment in
Africa counter balances the Bush administration's focus on
abstinence-only prevention efforts.


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Arrested continued from A-]
dered to the police on Sunday, one month, thirteen days later.
Haynes was arrested and charged with the murder.
Jackie Brown continued from A-]
members are not able or have not demonstrated the needed strength to make a dif-
ference in a city like Jacksonville.
Many are speculating that since Ms. Brown lives in City Council District 10, she
will seek to replace the first-term councilwoman, Mia Jones. But would that give
her more strength to merely replace a black representative? In a voting situation,
strength is in numbers and Ms. Brown has stood before the council enough times to
know that.
Therefore, the word is that she will not seek to dilute the numbers, she will seek
to strengthen and seeking the position of Mayor of Jacksonville, will definitely give
her more strength to make the changes she feel are-needed in Jacksonville.
Jackie Brown has been arrested in an effort to save the children because of the envi-
ronment to dressing as Aunt Jemima and distributing cotton balls to demonstrate the
slow acceptance of equality in the city.
She was barred from speaking before the council but a federal judge ruled the ban
unconstitutional. Presently she is preparing to file a lawsuit against the city, unless of
course, such a suit would interfere with her new announcement to run for a city posi-
tion.
The organization, "The Movement for Economic Justice (MEJ) is a collection of
conscientious Jacksonville citizens and organizations. Jackie is a major part of this
organization that list one of their demands as "real representation by all who claim to
represent our communities as elected officials." The demands further state that "Those
who are elected by our communities must be directly accountable to our communities."
In an interview live on IMPACT, station WCGL-AM 1360 this past Saturday, Ms.
Brown said that she wants to see Jacksonville better for all of Jacksonville. So, will
she seek to be a city council member or will she seek to be mayor?
MOM continued from A-i
the weapon. Her daughter did not live 24-hours after she was shot and her brother, who
the family said was very close to his sister is suffering now and no one knows how long
this will affect him, even with counseling. In addition to the effect such an incident
will have onthe brother, it is still not known how it will affect the entire family, specif-
ically the mother, who, is still in fear of losing her children to the State of Florida
because of the incident.
Some doctors recommend that children stay away from guns, even as a toy but all
stress teaching children the danger of guns, keeping the guns in a safe place and keep-
ing a lock on the guns.
The community moans with the family and this should make Jacksonville more con-
scious of the danger. To get a free gunlock, call (904) 630 3344.
PIO Ken, Jefferson for the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office said that an investigation
must still be provided but the department also realizes the family needs time to grieve.
Rick Wood, also a PIO said, the Sheriffs Office is leaving the matter in the hands of
the State attorney.
News Briefs continued from A-1
The cartoonist advised the editors that he would be taking a six-month vacation
beginning in March. The last new comic will appear March 26 and papers will be able
to run old strips or a replacement until Boondocks returns in October.

White Supremacist Arrested In Orange Park
Joel Nathan DeFresne, 27, was arrested by federal marshals Monday in Orange Park
while living with his sister, based on a warrant that was issued by Michigan for 21
counts of sexual assault. He is a self-professed leader of a white supremacist group and
calls himself"Rev. Joel." He is a part of "Skinheads of the Racial Holy War" but he is
Snot bald. He was hiding in Orange Park with hisl4-month old son. Michigan had'for-
bidden him tohave contact \\ith his son.
When Clay County Sheriffs Office arrested him, they observed several white
supremacist tattoos on his body and are investigating to see if DeFresne was recruiting
people for his white supremacy group and are asking people in the area to advise them
if they ha\e heard of such.

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Reggae Vibrations on 92.7 The Beat.
While at the event and walking around the park, I had the opportunity of interiview-
ing several people and getting their views on the efforts of Bungi Entertainment's -
"Stop The Violence, Use Your Talents", and this is what they had to sa\:
VOC and Jap a.k.a. JP, one of the musical performances for the event came down
from Tallahassee and Ocala. In a personal interview\ \\ ith VOC he stated that he was in
full support of the "Stop the Violence" mo cement and wanted to see this event come to
his cit\ in the near future. .
Southern Christian Leadership Conference .(SCLC) Jacksonville Chapter President,
Edward Exson said that he was in full support of the event's mission. which is to "Stop
the Violence" and was glad to see that the event as hosted by young adults for young
adults. He wanted to encourage the promoters to continue and not stop there, but to
TAKE CHARGE and LEAD.
Another supporter who gave insight on the event was a local disc jockey by the
name of Tan who hosts Reggae Vibrations on 92.7 The Beat. He wanted to share that
hlie \as glad to see that the promoters hosted the event in the community. He also felt";
'that intervention should come from the community to create awareness on What is hap-'
pening and how violence is plaguing the community.
S There was also live entertainment from Bungi Entertainment recording artists:
Gernado and Shot Out a.k.a "hr. Jackson\ ille, a talent show\, food. fun and drinks.
One of the most talked about, touching and emotional moments of the event was the
balloon releasing ceremony. Hundreds of balloons were released as an act of love for
persons whose lives had been lost due to violence. In the background was the music
* playing of talented musician and artist, Thomas E. Abrams, Jr., musically known as
S,"Psycho Versatile" who was murdered 2 years ago to the date of the event. A founda-
Stion (The TEA Foundation) has been established in his memory. The TEA Foundation :
N was also one of the sponsors of the event and showed it suppon in record numbers.
The event -was closed out :\ith remarks from the CEO of Bungi Entertainment,
Gernado Abrams; VP of Marketing and Promotions. Shot Out. and the parents of
SThomas E. Abrams, Jr.; Ms. Deborah Abrams and Mr, Thomas E. Abrams, Sr.
The "Stop The.Violence, Use Your Talents" campaign. WILL TURN THINGS
AROUNDD!!

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SAfrican-Americans, featured in the Black History Monti Special Edition,
received Black Engineer Of The Year honors. The errors appeared on
SPage B-6. Dr. Mark E. Dean was listed as being named "1990 Black
SEngineer Of The Year". Dr. Dean received that recognition in 2000. Dr.
SShirley Ann Jackson was listed as recipient of the same honor in 1.991.
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By Tony Castro, Special to
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LOS ANGELES (NNPA)
When Jackie Robinson
broke Major League
Baseball's color barrier, in
S1947, his role in the historic
breakthrough was hardly,
accidental. Baseball .histori-
ans believe that any of a
number of Black ballplayers
playing in the old Negro
Leagues could have succeed-
ed on the field as well as
Robinson.
But Dodger General
Manager Branch Rickey
believed that whoever broke
baseball's long history of
segregation had to be some-
one who could succeed off
the field as well that he
had to be the super Black ath-
lete and individual, which
Robinson was.
In an era where few major
league players "\ere college
men, Robinson had been a
four-sport star at UCLA. But
Rickey also knew that
Robinson was a mian of
unique character; Years
before ile ci\ ii rights move-
ment, Robinson had' the
courage to say no when
ordered.to the back of the bus
in the Army, and was court-
martialed. (The charges were
eventually dropped.)
The first Black player in
the major leagues, Rickey
believed, had to be someone
who could emerge in heroic
proportions, if necessary. It
was, after all, the age of the
seemingly unblemished hero-
ic figure in what vwas then the
national pastime: the two
i' biggest of that era being Joe


DiMaggio, about whom the
nation sang songs,, and Ted
Williams, a fighter plane hero
in World War II.
Almost six decades later,
it is apparent that Robinson
not only broke the color bar-
rier in baseball but also broke
the mold for how America
came to look on its sports
heroes. No individual is
immortalized more in base-
ball, not even Babe Ruth,
than Robinson the only
player to have his uniform
number, 42, retired by all the
teams in the major leagues.
"Jackie made it possible
for White Americans to not
only cheer for a Black athlete.
but for White Americans to
idolize a Black athlete,"
Mickey Mantle said of
Robinson, against whom he
played in four World Series.
Today, the heirs *to
Robinson's: legacy include
the majority, of America's
sports superstars from the
incomparable Muhammad
Ali, who transcended boxing,
to golf's Tiger Woods: from
Heisman Trophy winners like
Reggie Bush to NFL Hall of
Fame quarterbacks like
Warren Moon; from basket-
ball legends such as Magic
Johnsoni to potential Hall of
Farmers such as LeBron
James.
While race has not disap-
peared from the American
landscape as an issue, race in
sports has achieved perhaps
the greatest crossover of any
aspect in national life. It was-
n't that long ago that Michael
Jordan had every kid in the
country, no matter what
color, wanting to be like
Mike.


But the superstars of
Today, Black and White, have
before them an overpowering
challenge that athletes like
Robinson, Mantle, DiMaggio
and Williams didn't have: a
prying, sometimes unfriendly
national sports news media
and a curious public now
wanting to know: everything,
including the dirt of public
figures, heroes and celebri-
ties.
It may'not be that the.one-
time clean-cut sports hero has
disappeared, if he ever really
existed, so much as that such
an image has been replaced'
by the sports celebrity-star
who, if not an anti-hero, is a
modem-day icon reflecting
the times as they are, not ide-
alized but real.
No athlete perhaps .per-
sonifies the role that the
Black sports hero has carved
out for himself than Kobe
Bryant, the star-crossed bas-
ketball star of :the Los
Angeles Lakers. The scandal
of Colorado will never com-
pletelN go away. The blame
for Shaq's departure from the
Lakers.is still his to deny. The
rep for being a show-boating,:
ball-hog is justifiable.
But they are simply warts,
minor imperfections like
those on Redford's face, that
remind us of human vulnera-
bilities something that the
marketing of America's pop
culture heroes and superstars
has always chosen to ignore,
painting instead a one-dimen-
.sional image of all light and
no shadows on the cult icon
of the day.
Almost by sheer will,
however, Kobe has forced
sports stand Madison Avenue


to grudgingly grow up and
finally begin portraying
today's superstars in a more
accurate and perhaps more
healthy context.
Last \\eek. network tele-
-vision began airing Bryant's
first endorsement commer-
cial since his fall from grace,
when he lost all his otf-the-
court deals and tens of
millions of dollars except
the big one: Nike.
Nike may be he only
company in the world bold
enough to ,say, to Kobe:
People, outside, the diehard
fans, dislike you. No, they
don't just dislike you, Kobe.
They hate you. But you've
just scored 81 points in a
game. You're the best basket-
ball player in the NBA. All
those people who hate you
still watch you. So, guess
what? No McDonald's fluff-
commercials. We're going to
build a commercial campaign
for your new Nike sneaker
based on how people can't
stand you.
"Love me or hate me, it's
one or the other," Kobe
voice's says, narrating the
commercial for the Zoom
Kobe I shoe. "Always has
been. Hate my game, my
swagger. Hate my fadeaway,
my hunger. Hate that I'm a
veteran. A champion. Hate
that. Hate it with all your
heart. And hate that I'm
loved, for the exact same rea-
sons."
"It's truthful," Bryant said
of the commercial. "I think
it's important to do ads that
are not as we know ads are
usually done. This one is one
that is true to form. It is real,
it is honest. We're not selling


an image. It's not like we're
trying to polish my image or
clean it up."
But then sports, like the
country, has always been
obsessed ith image. When
television changed the per-
ception of professional
sports, it created the image of
the American sports hero
reflecting the heartland of
, America: blond, blue-eyed,
cornfield-grown, muscular.
And it had the ideal in
Mickey Mantle and the sports
heroes who followed in his
place: From Johnny Unitas,
and Jerry West to Joe.
Montana and.Larry Byrd.
Now, for better or worse,
Kobe Bryant has returned
from the land of the outcasts
to today's Mt. Olympus of
pop culture heroes whom
society seems to need, much
like religion and myths,
because heroes express a
deep psychological aspect of
human existence. They can
be seen as metaphors for the
human search of self-knowl-
edge.
In that sense, Kobe Bryant
has come to reflect the
appearance and values of the
dominant society in the
world. He is the hero of
America's romance with for-
giveness, its celebration of
redemption, a nation's
Arthurian-like self-confi-


dence in .is ability to over-.
come even the worst of night-
mares with an over-achieve-
ment that allows us to think
that might sometimes does
make right.
For most of history, reli-
gion has been the main vehi-
cle for reproducing the domi-
nant society's traits, using
mythical figures to illustrate
moral and societal principles
that help form a common
social conception of such
things as death and gender
roles.
The evolution, or maybe
revolution, in technology,
race relations, security and -.
the very fabric of national '
culture, of which Americans '
can no longer whimsically
reassure themselves, has:
changed America's psyche.
As the poet Rolf Humphries -
noted, in the profession of
anxiousness, there is an ele- -
rment.of fashion.
Today, part of that fashion .
is the scarred hero: like
Bryant perhaps not the
Arthurian archetypal hero but
more like Achilles and
Hector: Heroes revered for
their ability to overcome the
shortcomings of simply
being human but finally hav-
ing to succumb to those
weaknesses.
The greatness of Kobe, in
a way, does reflect the great-
ness of the country one
that is severely flawed but
that seeks redemption amid
the search for lost idealism. It
is, in a sense, an America a
long way from Jackie
Robinson and what he was
asked to do and the char- -
acter it took to accomplish itf


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other responsibilities.
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vacy of their own homes.
Enter the home spa a
new trend and comforting
retreat that's as close as
your master bathroom and
far away from life's stress-
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of the spa lifestyle and its
health benefits. The com-
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throughout the bathroom.
Today, you cari enjoy .the
amenities of a five-star spa
ARA in your own home thanks
to new, customizable fix-
tures and products that turn an ordinary bathroom into a haven.

Define Your Space

Less is more when it comes to planning a home spa. This is good news for those
who think their bathroom may be too small or too large for spa-like fixtures and fit-
tings.
Bathroom product manufacturers like Porcher offer minimalist and modular solu-
tions for bringing serenity to spaces of any size. Porcher's Tetsu Collection a Japanese
word for "peace" features exotic natural woods from Africa and the Orient with its
collection of furniture, fixtures, accessories and tub surrounds. For example, pre-
assembled Tetsu wall-hung units have cabinet doors that open to reveal large grooming
mirrors and smaller cosmetic mirrors. The furniture also has built-in plumbing for lava-
tories or vessel sinks that can be accented with sleek wall-mounted faucets. This means
there's no need to tear down and rebuild existing walls.

The key to creating your personal bath retreat is to reduce clutter by selecting prod-
ucts with clean, smooth surfaces.. The quieter and more organized the design, the
calmer you'll make the environment. One idea: select built-in storage whenever possi-
ble. Choices run the gamut from the woody warmth of a Scandinavian-styled sauna to
minimal, Zen-inspired spaces outfitted with sleek, modular bath furniture.

Indulge in Special Comforts

The comfort culture in the home spa includes small and big indulgences every-

Your Bathroom continued on B-3


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Trends

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Get rid of the dark colors and heavy fabrics that kept
you cozy during the winter, and lighten it up for spring.
Painting is an easy, inexpensive way to create a whole
new feeling in a room. According to the experts, the
newest trends are at opposite ends of the spectrum: natu-
rals are all the rage, but so are various shades of orange,
from orangey-red to coral and .apricot. Choose a color
that complements your existing furniture and one that
makes you feel relaxed. If you love bright colors, then
add a dash of orange, pink or apple green. But if you find
warm, natural tones more calming, then choose some-
thing like a nice mocha color.
Next, take a look at the' other items in the room.
Could the sofa use a new, lighter look for spring? Before
you start shopping for new furniture, consider slip cov-
ers. If the sofa is in good shape, but just needs a little
pick-me-up, this is an inexpensive solution. Lifestyle cat-
alogs and department stores sell one-size-fits-all options;
for a sleeker, more custom look, you can create your own
slipcovers using one of the many patterns available at
your local fabric store.
Another quick, easy fix is new curtains. Interior
designers are seeing a trend toward simplicity in window
treatments, which is good news for home sewers. Gone
are poufy, layered looks. In are simple valances and side
panels, which are basically nothing more than large rec-
tangles with hems on all sides. Of course, having the
right equipment helps make any project more successful.
"I love my Bernina machine for home dec because I can
sew on the sheerest fabrics for curtains and then switch
to many layers of upholstery fabric for a slipcover," says
Linda Lee, author of "Designer Home Sewing."
"Bernina has machines that include the latest innova-
tions to make every project easier," says Gayle Hillert,
vice president, education and training for Bernina of
America. For example, every machine offers precision
stitching, which lets the user control one stitch ata time
or even half-stitch by half-stitch. Another useful feature
is the free hand system, which allows the user to lift the
presser foot and lower the feed dog using a knee-activat-
ed lever. This is especially useful when maneuvering
slippery or bulky fabrics under the needle, and for apply-
ing trinis to decorator pillows and window treatments.
Throw pillows are another quick room brightener. If
you can sew a square together, you can make a pillow.
Add a few stylish embellishments, and people will think
you bought them at a fancy home furnishings store.
Many Bernina machines feature embroidery functions as
well as decorative stitches that you can use to personal-
ize your pillows. Add some fringe or other trim for a final
touch.
With an investment of a little time and some fabulous
fabric, your home will be sporting a new, personalized
spring look that reflects the style of the season.

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(ARA) March Madness is nearly upon us, and with it comes a slew of exciting
basketball games and the opportunity to throw a fantastic party. If you are hosting a
March Madness event this year, keep in mind that the small details are what turns a
good party into a great party. By planning ahead, you can set your event apart from the
rest. Read on for.ideas about throwing a "slam-dunk" party that will keep them talking,
from the first game to the Final Four!
The majority of your guests will be basketball lovers, and for those who are crazy
about "hoops," knock their socks off with a high definition HDTV. Hit "play" on your
digital lifestyle by showing the game on an easy-to-use HP large screen TV. These TVs
feature amazing clarity that will show every critical detail of the game. Your guests will
feel as though they're watching the game courtside. Your guests will appreciate the
chance- to socialize before the game starts. Extend the party into a room where these
guests can enjoy themselves without watching the pre-game show. Attach HP's Digital
Entertainment Center to you TV and you can access music, movies, photos and videos
from the Internet and play them before and after the big game.
D6cor will help get your guests into March Madness spirit. Wear a referee shirt and
pass out foam basketballs. Decorate your home with basketball-shaped helium bal-
loons. Supply linens in your favorite team's colors, or be neutral and use both teams'
colors. Visit your local party store for more ideas and to stock up on party supplies.
Hand out pennants, pompoms or foam "bad call" bricks to keep your guests involved
on every level.
Every good party features a wide range of food, from chips and salsa to cookies,
carrots and chicken wings. Remember, the TV will be the focus of your party serve
food that is easy to eat so that your guests can eat while they watch TV. Serve the food
in basketball-shaped bowls, and make sure that it is easily available to all guests. Keep
the food separate from the TV area, so that guests watching the game won't miss a sec-
ond of the action. Basketball moves quickly, and missing a single play could be very
upsetting! If you are including children on your guest list, remember to offer kid-friend-
ly food and drinks, such as juice and soda. Finally, use paper plates, napkins and glass-
es with a basketball theme to make cleanup easy.
March Madness is a great American tradition, with friends, family, food and fun. A
successful host will consider all aspects of the party, from food and d6cor to music and
the right equipment on which to show the Big Game. Your guests will enjoy themselves
and will thank you for your consideration!


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Your Bathroom

(Continued From B-2)

thing from soft furniture to wall-mounted towel warmers
to built-in sound systems. Porcher's Tetsu Collection, for
example, features a comfortable chair with built-in stor-
age and a removable cushion that flips over to become a
tray for holding aromatherapy candles or placing a cup of
herbal tea.
You can also incorporate other creature comforts into
your home spa. Affordable, ultra-thin electric systems
offer luxury underfoot by providing radiant heat through
stone and tile floors.
Customized shower units and tubs with multiple
adjustable massaging water-jet heads or hand-held units
provide all sorts of hydrotherapy options, as do classic
Japanese soaking tubs.
Built-in shower seats of various shapes and sizes add
yet another level of comfort to the well-designed spa
bath. Of course, oils, bath salts and plush towels and
robes round out the spa experience.

Set the Mood

Proper lighting that can adapt to the mood and time of
day is a must in the home spa. Consider easy-to-install
dimmer lights or chromotherapy, a new option that's
available in some tubs, shower systems and sinks.
Chromotherapy products shine streams of changing color
hues and intensities through standing and running water.
Painting (or resurfacing) the bathroom walls in a sooth-
ing color, such as a watery blue or a soft green, also
changes the mood with a few simple strokes.
But there's a reason why white remains a classic for
hygienic and healthful spaces. It inevitably clears the
mind.

Escape and Enjoy

Wellness and well-being are in style. But living well
doesn't necessarily mean living large. Today's relaxing
bath environment is a place where it's possible to appre-
ciate and achieve all of the luxuries that contribute to
physical and emotional fitness. Fortunately, in today's
market, there's something to suit nearly every need, pref-
erence and budget when it comes to creating your own
home spa.

Courtesy of ARA Content




EDITOR'S NOTE:

Judith Nasatir is. a well-known writer and editor
whose work has been published in numerous American
and international publications about design, architec-
ture and decorating.

For more information, please contact Kelly Epley at
(312) 951-8392 or kepley@clynch.com.


The Florida Star/AT HOME EDITION


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The Florida Star/SPECIAL AT HOME EDITION


Home


With NORMA


S. WHITE


By Marsha Dean Phelts


Dr. Norma White, a member of the Florida Commission on the Status of Women
in Tallahassee with former U. S. Attorney General Janet Reno and Florida State
Senator Frederica S. Wilson.


A perennial traveler,
Norma spent her
teenage summers study-
ing at the prestigious
Rhodes Preparatory
School in New York.


What would be described as a typical day for
Norma White would also be defined as an
atypical day for the average retiree. Liberian
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleafs schedule
couldn't be busier than that of an AKA Supreme Basileus. At poolside with Norma and dog, NaNook.
Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White, 25th Supreme Basileus of
the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, is the only woman from the state of Florida to have led this 200,000 International
Sorority, Inc. A product of the segregated Black side of Jacksonville and a woman of phenomenal talents, Dr. White
wears many public service hats in the community and around the world.
Since she was a 15-year -old graduating senior from Stanton High School, Norma began forging roads that no one
had traveled before her. With the moves of a skillful Tamminy Hall Alderman, Norma deftly created doors and ladders
that gave passage to her and countless others through or over impenetrable walls of segregation, discrimination and
roles exclusively dominated by males. The trails that she swathed have classified her a legend in local, state, national
and international circles.
Norma was not born with a silver spoon in her mouth. She emerged from a respected family steeped in Christian
principles. She exuded a carriage of class and culture and represented herself in a manner that her every wish was
granted-in due time. Norma Ruth as she is affectionately known is the only child of Gilbert and Ruth Cummings
Solomon. Her musical talents were birthrights inherent from a mother who played the piano and a father who soothed
groovy trombone sounds from his jazz band. Norma was playing the piano and sliding notes out of the trombone before
she entered elementary school at College Park Elementary School on the campus of Edward Waters College. From pri-
vate and school music lessons she developed proficiency with the piano, organ, baritone, cello and as an alto singer.
Each summer while her mother studied for her master's degree at Columbia University, Norma was right there,


enrolled in the summer enrichment program at the Rhodes Preparatory School and the summer music program at the Julliard School of Music where
she- auditioned for admittance. She played in the summer band at Julliard and excelled in music theory classes.
Norma Solomon Shapes History
While in high school Norma's plan was to enroll at Howard University and major in piano. When Norma graduated from Stanton High
School her plan to enroll at Howard was intercepted. Dr. William P. Foster who earned his doctorate at Columbia University and Norma's high
Shapes History continued on B-5


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Home


With NORMA


S. WHITE


By Marsha Dean Phelts


Dr. Norma White, a member of the Florida Commission on the Status of Women
in Tallahassee with former U. S. Attorney General Janet Reno and Florida State
Senator Frederica S. Wilson.


W hat would be described as a typical day for
S4 Norma White would also be defined as an'
1.. s atypical day for the average retiree. Liberian
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleafs schedule
couldn't be busier than that of an AKA Supreme Basileus. At poolside with Norma and dog, NaNook.
Dr. Norma Ruth Solomon White, 25th Supreme Basileus of
^ the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is the only woman from the state of Florida to have led this 200,000 International
Sorority, Inc. A product of the segregated Black side of Jacksonville and a woman of phenomenal talents, Dr. White
'wears many public service hats in the community and around the world.
SSince she was a 15-year -old graduating senior from Stanton High School, Norma began forging roads that no one
had traveled before her. With the moves of a skillful Tamminy Hall Alderman, Norma defly created doors and ladders
that gave passage to her and countless others through or over impenetrable walls of segregation, discrimination and
Roles exclusively dominated by males. The trails that she swathed have classified her a legend in local, state, national
and international circles.
,-.:. Norma was not born with a silver spoon in her mouth. She emerged from a respected family steeped in Christian
A perennial traveler, principles. She exuded a carriage of class and culture and represented herself in a manner that her every wish was
Norma spent her granted-in due time. Norma Ruth as she is affectionately known is the only child of Gilbert and Ruth Cummings
teenage summers study- Solomon. Her musical talents were birthrights inherent from a mother who played the piano and a father who soothed
ing at the prestigious groovy trombone sounds from his jazz band. Norma was playing the piano and sliding notes out of the trombone before
Rhodes Preparatory she entered elementary school at College Park Elementary School on the campus of Edward Waters College. From pri-
School in New York. vate and school music lessons she developed proficiency with the piano, organ, baritone, cello and as an alto singer.
^ Each summer while her mother studied for her master's degree at Columbia University, Norma was right there,
enrolled in the summer enrichment program at the Rhodes Preparatory School and the summer music program at the Julliard School of Music where
she. auditioned for admittance. She played in the summer band at Julliard and excelled in music theory classes.
Norma Solomon Shapes History
While in high school Norma's plan was to enroll at Howard University and major in piano. When Norma graduated from Stanton High
School her plan to enroll at Howard was intercepted. Dr. William P. Foster who earned his doctorate at Columbia University and Norma's high
Shapes History continued on B-5


At


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Make Your March



MadnessParty



A Slam Dunk


(ARA) March Madness is nearly upon us, and with it comes a slew of exciting
basketball games and the opportunity to throw a fantastic party. If you are hosting a
March Madness event this year, keep in mind that the small details are what turns a
good party into a great party. By planning ahead, you can set your event apart from the
rest. Read on for.ideas about throwing a "slam-dunk" party that will keep them talking,
from the first game to the Final Four!
The majority of your guests will be basketball lovers, and for those who are crazy
about "hoops," knock their socks off with a high definition HDTV. Hit "play" on your
digital lifestyle by showing the game on an easy-to-use HP large screen TV. These TVs
feature amazing clarity that will show every critical detail of the game. Your guests will
feel as though they're watching the game courtside. Your guests will appreciate the
chance- to socialize before the game starts. Extend the party into a room where these
guests can enjoy themselves without watching the pre-game show. Attach HP's Digital
Entertainment Center to you TV and you can access music, movies, photos and videos
from the Internet and play them before and after the big game.
D6cor will help get your guests into March Madness spirit. Wear a referee shirt and
pass out foam basketballs. Decorate your home with basketball-shaped helium bal-
loons. Supply linens in youf favorite team's colors, or be neutral and use both teams'
colors. Visit your local party store for more ideas and to stock up on party supplies.
Hand out pennants, pompoms or foam "bad call" bricks to keep your guests involved
on every level.
Every good party features a wide range of food, from chips and salsa to cookies,
carrots and chicken wings. Remember, the TV will be the focus of your party serve
food that is easy to eat so that your guests can eat while they watch TV. Serve the food
in basketball-shaped bowls, and make sure that it is easily-available to all guests. Keep
the food separate from the TV area, so that guests watching the game won't miss a sec-
ond of the action. Basketball moves quickly, and missing a single play could be very
upsetting! If you are-including children on your guest list, remember to offer kid-friend-
ly food and drinks, such as juice and soda. Finally, use paper plates, napkins and glass-
es with a basketball theme to make cleanup easy.
March Madness is a great American tradition, with friends, family, food and fun. A
successful host will consider all aspects of the party, from food and decor to music and
the right equipment on which to show the Big Game, Your guests will enjoy themselves
and will thank you for your consideration!


Courtesy of ARA Content


Your Bathroom

(Continued From B-2)

thing from soft furniture to wall-mounted towel warmers
to built-in sound systems. Porcher's Tetsu Collection, for
example, features a comfortable chair with built-in stor-
age and a removable cushion that flips over to become a
tray for holding aromatherapy candles or placing a cup of
herbal tea.
You can also incorporate other creature comforts into
your home spa. Affordable, ultra-thin electric systems
offer luxury underfoot by providing radiant heat through
stone and tile floors.
Customized shower units and tubs with multiple
adjustable massaging water-jet heads or hand-held units
provide all sorts of hydrotherapy options, as do classic
Japanese soaking tubs.
Built-in shower seats of various shapes and sizes add
yet another level of comfort to the well-designed spa
bath. Of course, oils, bath salts and plush towels and
robes round out the spa experience.

Set the Mood

Proper lighting that can adapt to the mood and time of
day is a must in the home spa. Consider easy-to-install
dimmer lights or chromotherapy, a new option that's
available in some tubs, shower systems and sinks.
Chromotherapy products shine streams of changing color
hues and intensities through standing and running water.
Painting (or resurfacing) the bathroom walls in a sooth-
ing color, such as a watery blue or a soft green, also
changes the mood with a few simple strokes.
But there's a reason why white remains a classic for
hygienic and healthful spaces. It inevitably clears the
mind.

Escape and Enjoy

Wellness and well-being are in style. But living well
doesn't necessarily mean living large. Today's relaxing
bath environment is a place where it's possible to appre-
ciate and achieve all of the luxuries that contribute to
physical and emotional fitness. Fortunately, in today's
market, there's something to suit nearly every need, pref-
erence and budget when it comes to creating your own
home spa.

Courtesy of ARA Content




EDITOR'S NOTE:

Judith Nasatir is. a well-known writer and editor
whose work has been published in numerous American
and international publications about design, architec-
ture and decorating.

For more information, please contact Kelly Epley at
(312) 951-8392 or kepley@clynch.com.


The Florida Star/AT HOME EDITION


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Family portrait, at home with I
Cummings Solomon, great-gram
Danielle, daughter Norma Ruth, and
Marcel White.


Flowering greenery surround the spa-
cious home outside and inside.


Shapes History

Continued From B-4

school band director, Kernaa McFarlin recruited and convinced her to attend Florida A and
M and participate in the all male band. Norma Solomon's legacy as a phenomenally talent-
ed woman was launched when she proved that she could play the Baritone horn as well as
or better than others in the section. The Marching 100 marched to cadences from 80 to 320
r i steps per minute. As the first female in the Marching 100 Band, Norma played in the stands
and ran out on the field for special formations. A special orange and green band uniform
S was designed for her. The band members welcomed Norma and treated her as they would
I r their little sister. Norma even got to sit by the window in the front seat of the bus along -\ itil
S Mrs. Foster when the band traveled.
i Norma White's involvement with the FAMU "Marching 100 Band" has been contiguous
iu 1 for over five decades. In more recent years she had the distinction of being the first female
to direct the Marching 100. She is a charter member of the FAMU Marching 100 Band
SBoosters Club. Her brother-in-law, Dr. Julian White is chairman of the Department of Music
and director of bands at FAMU.

A Stellar Career
Norma White's teaching
career began when she interned ii
in 1954 at Isaiah' Blocker i
Elementary-Junior High School.
Internship at this school was a
serious challenge because the
r N' school had no band in 1954.
The vision and dream of

S director. ,
To have a successful intern-
ship she needed to train where
she would gain practice teaching i
lrs. Ruth experience in her field of study.
daughter, The principal of Isaiah Blocker, .
grandson, Mr. William T. Harper, knew that o
Miss Solomon was dismayed at "
her assignment to a school that didn't have a C t l
band program. ..
Mr. Harper suggested that Miss Solomon
create her own band after school. He also
promised the kid, a position on his faculty
immediately upon her graduation if she com-
pleted her internship at his school.. Nonna
received not one dime of compensation for
her internship or for working extended hours It
after the school day, but once again the name
of Norma Ruth Solomon was being indelibly
etched in the annals of history. It was her des-
Norma with her instrument and surrounded by her
room full of awards as she retires from her position
in the Duval County School System's all as public school administrator.
black segregated elementary and junior high
schools.
At the end of her first year at Isaiah Blocker, Norma pursued graduate studies in music. The only
accredited higher education universities in the state of Florida (University of Florida and Florida State
University) that carried these curriculum programs refused admission of Black scholars to their institu-.
tions.
In 1956 Nonna applied to the Duval County School System to attend Columbia University. The
Duval County School System paid for her course of studies. She graduated three years later with a
Master of Arts degree in music, at very little financial cost to her. While in graduate school, she won
first place in the annual summer- Conducting Contest where the honor of conducting the Columbia


StellrCaCareer continued on B-6


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Stellar Career

S-Continued From B-3
University Symphony Orchestra was hers. Norma's
family and several friends from Jacksonville remi-
niscese of traveling to New York to attend the concert.
When she married her Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart,
Dr. Alvin H. White in .1958, the elementary and junior
high school boys at Isaiah Blocker thought they would
die because they were loosing their sweetheart to Mr.
White. They too had fantasy dreams of winning their
teacher's heart.
Norma made phenomenal career advances during
her tenure with the Duval.County Schools. She became
a high school administrator, curriculum coordinator and
assistant principal. District wide she served as
Instrumental Music Coordinator and Coordinator of the
newly initiated Magnet Programs at William M. Raines
and Jean Ribault Senior High Schools. This was noth-
4 i" 4 i' ing new to'her for Normh had been enrolled in acceler-
S ated and magnet school programs in New York since
.Gilbert and Ruth Cummings Solomon with their only child, Norma Ruth. she was a student in junior high school.
After a rewarding career in "education she officially retired from the school
system in 1992, but continued to serve intermittently where needed. In retirement
she became coordinator of the HIPPY Program (Home Instruction for Pre-School
Youngsters), Acting Supervisor of Music, Coordinator of Planning and "
Development and part-time Program Facilitator at the Florida Community
College of Jacksonville. For the more than thirty-seven years she was employed
by the school system her most rewarding job was that of junior high school band
director, the children did win their teacher's heart. \ T .I'

Lifetime Pledge

Norma was initiated in the Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority on the Florida A & M campus during her sophomore year. She made a B
lifetime pledge through the sorority of "Service to all mankind." Since her initi- E.
ation in 1952 she ascended through the ranks. Following her mother, Ruth -
Solomon's lead who was Basileus (President of the Gamma Rho Omega Chapter
in Jacksonville) from 1962-67,
She was elected Basileus from 1968-1971 and to a second term 1980-1983. --V .
She became the South Atlantic Regional Director where she advised over 100
chapters throughout Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. Gaining broader expe-
riences she served as a member of the National Nominating, Music, Program, B ll
Standards, Membership and Finance Committees and chaired the National
Program Committee and the Structure and Operations Conmnission along with a .
Olethora of other responsibilities.
In 1994 after forty-two continuous years of implementing humanitarian serv- Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity elected Norma Solomon
1as their Sweetheart in 1953. This was the year that
ice projects in the community and at large, Norma White's nearly 200,000 soror- as their Sweetheart in 1953. This waste year that
Florida A & M received university status after 66
ity sisters worldwide elected her international vice-president of this distinguished years of being a college.
service organization. Four years later they bestowed upon her the honor and title
of Supreme Basileus. She became the 25th person since their founding in 1908 to become Supreme Basileus (International President).
Norma had achieved a Herculean task to lead the world's most respected, oldest and largest organized group of Black women.
Spearheading this mammoth role of leadership she once again found herself "Blazing New Trails." She readily accepted this respon-
sibility for throughout her life Norma viewed challenges as opportunities that prepared her for success. At the helm of AKA, the first
Black Greek letter sorority with nearly 1000 chapters across the globe Norma White's leadership brought the membership into the new
millennium while implementing futuristic global development strategies.
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(Continued From B-6)






"-- i"- -


From left, Soror Virginia "Be Be" Mathis, Norma White, and Linda Belton. They are all members of St. Gabriell's Episcopal Church.
As Supreme Basileus she traveled to Ghana, Cape Town, Pretoria, Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Eastern Cape Province where she
dedicated ten schools IVY AKAdemies in South Africa built by Alpha Kappa Alpha. She met with Nineteen African Heads of State and other dig-
nitaries.
White's emphasis was on Leadership Development for she felt that a new breed of leaders was needed in order for prominent and productive
leaders to survive in the 21st Century; therefore, the task force was established to develop a comprehensive leadership development program. Her
Signature Program was "ON TRACK" with emphasis on keeping 15,000 at-risk students on track academically, physically and socially. She also
partnered with Pillsbury and Tyson Foods to underwrite the Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Programs and formed a partnership with the US
Department of Transportation to establish a "Buckle Up" Program.
Norma's theme song was "I Believe I Can Fly," she became known as "The Flying Supreme." In her farewell address in 2002, she stated that
four of the best years of her life were spent "Blazing New Trails" and serving all mankind at home and around the globe. In 2002 she published
"A Legacy Supreme, Voices of Leadership in Alpha Kappa Alpha.: During her tenure of office "The Flying Supreme" earned over a million air
miles.

Links
Since 2002 she has been at the helm of the Bold City Chapter Links, Incorporated, an umbrella humanitarian service group. The Links are active
in educational, civic and cultural arts opportunity projects to youth in the Jacksonville community and internationally. They too have built a school
in South Africa. Norma and Links members volunteer hundreds of hours in a PRAISE (Pride, Responsibility, Academics, International Involvement,
Self-esteem, and Enrichment) Program. Volunteers from the Links carry the PRIDE Program to Highlands and Northwestern Middle Schools. They
also Link up with these schools' Team-Up after school academic and recreational service program.

At Home with-the Legendary Norma Ruth
The few free times that Norma has a full day at home she savors and enjoys them. She rises early to get her mother set for the day. B6th
mother and daughter stop what they are doing to watch midday soap operas. In the sunny days of winter the family along with the dog, NaNook
hang out at pool side watching outdoor TV, reading, relaxing, grilling, and simply having fun. Breezy summer evenings find the entire household
and friends either in the swimming pool or lounging around. Poolside time and days that she gets spa treatments are most relaxing.
Norma's greatest fantasy is to slow down and take it easy. Her son Marcel helps to more effectively manage time and engagements by schedul-
ing activities on a palm pilot (a palm size hand held computer). Monthly gatherings playing bridge with the Kevinettes Bridge Club has been her
passion for the more than forty years that she has been an active member. Kevinettes rave over the crab shrimp salad and other gourmet delights
that Norma dishes up when she hosts her meeting.
Among friends and family both Norma and her son Marcel are known for their culinary feats. When she takes to a fun day in the kitchen it
is a celebration for recipients of her meals. For Norma White, cooking is a labor of love. Many praise her for the home cooked meals that she pro-
vides for those challenged by advanced age or physical limitations. Norma's jellies, coconut, chocolate, sock it to me and rum cakes are in high
demand.
Late nights find Norma White speech writing for her next presentation whether it is for the Remembering Coretta Scott King Service at the
Greater Macedonia Baptist Church in Jacksonville or an AKA Founder's Day Celebration in Chicago.
Norma Solomon White, AKA's 25th Supreme Basileus navigates the streets of Atlanta, Chicago and New York as knowingly as she does around
town. On a weekly basis she is in and out continents and countries, cities and states. After speaking engagements and presentations, Dr. Norma
White like the pilot of a Boeing 777 is back home in Jacksonville, Florida just in time to strike up the organ, 9:00 a. m. at St. Gabriel's Episcopal


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Church on Sunday mornings for the beginning of the congregation's weekly
service. The Florida Star thanks its readers for joining us At Home with Norma
Solomon White, a.k.a. a Phenomenal Woman. ," ... "

How To Create --And Enjoy --Lower-Sugar Desserts :

(ARA) Those who choose to or have to monitor their sugar intake, or carbohy-
drate-conscious confectionary lovers, can often find '
T it difficult to bake and enjoy desserts without com- .
nt promising healthy eating habits -- or sacrificing .i sB"
taste. VA.
One way to find balance is to prepare sweet
treats that are more healthful and satisfying as pos-
sible. Consider baking a dessert made with sugar-
free chocolate or candy products such as Hershey's
Sugar Free Candy to avoid sacrificing flavor, tex-
ture and overall "sweet satisfaction."
Hershey's Sugar Free Candy is a welcome alter-
native to regular Hershey's Candy. It has the same o ,,, -,
high quality and famous taste--but without the
s tigar. The candy is sweetened in part, with sugar alcohols, sugar replacers that cause r.
only a slight rise in blood sugar levels. But remember: making a healthier dessert does- I| ,
n't mean that you can eat as much as you want. With all desserts, you should practice
moderation and limit portion sizes.
Before selecting a dessert recipe, it is important to review nutrition guidelines that
are designed to keep you and your family healthy. Check out the USDA food pyramid
-- it's a great place to start and provides a wealth of information. Calculate a plan tai- .
lored to you and learn more at www.pyramid.gov. In the kitchen with Norma
Below is an easy-to-prepare desserts made with Hershey's Sugar Free Candies that
can provide great taste for the whole family.

Peppermint Pattie Pudding --

Made with York Sugar Free Peppermint Patties

4 servings -

8 York Sugar Free Peppermint Patties

1 package (four-serving size) sugar-free vanilla cook-and-serve, reduced-calorie
pudding and pie filling

1 tablespoon Hershey's Dutch Processed or Hershey's Cocoa W"

*2 cups low-fat 2 percent or 1 percent milk

Frozen reduced-fat whipped topping, thawed (optional) 'i

Additional York Sugar Free Peppermint Patties for garnish (optional)

Remove wrappers from peppermint patties; -cut into pieces. Stir together pudding
mix and cocoa in medium saucepan. Gradually stir in milk; cook according to package
directions. Remove from heat; stir in chopped peppermint patties. Stir until melted and
mixture is smooth. Press plastic wrap directly onto pudding surface to prevent fonna-
tion of skin, Refrigerate several hours or until chilled. Remove plastic wrap; stir and
divide evenly into 4 parfait glasses. Garnish with whipped topping and peppermint pat-
tie. An oil portrait of Danielle White, (now a freshman at


Hampton University) and her father, Marcel White.


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100th Birthday Celebration Planned For Clara Alexander Ealey


Mrs. Clara Alexander
Ealey has observed many
birthdays in her lifetime, but
this one will be special.
Born on March 7, 1906,
Mrs. Ealey will be 100
years-old on March 7, 2006.
Her family will celebrate
her birthday on Saturday,
March 11 at 9535 Wagner
Rd.
A native of Loretta, Fla,
Mrs. Ealey is the mother of
eleven children five of
which--Louis Thompson,
Lillie Thompson, Brenda
Jackson, Shellyann Ealey,
and Winfred Ealey--are liv-
ing.
She has 19 grands, 30
great grands, 25 great-great
grands, and resides with her
youngest daughter.
In earlier days, she was
an active member of the
Pentecostal Church of
Greenland. Mrs. Ealey was
the Mother of The Church
and an ordained Missionary'
for 30 years before becom-


Clara Alexander Ealey's is shown here with five generations of her offspring. She
has five living children, 19 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren, and 25 great-great
grandchildren.
ing disabled. she couldn't grow. She anything that ailed you.
She was married to especially took pride in her She also made clothing
Sampson Ealey for 63 years herb garden, for her family on her non-
Mrs. Ealey had a green From her herb garden, electric paddle sewing
thumb. There was nothing she niade old remedies for machine.


Clara Alexander Ealey will observe her 100th birthday on
March 7, 2006.


UniverSoul Circus Founder/ CEO Has Entrepreneurial Spirit


The lifetime journey of
of UniverSoul Circus
founder and CEQ Cedric
Walker is a fascinating one.
Born in Baltimore,
Maryland, Walker's entre-
preneurial spirit started at
the young age of six. He was
determined to make extra
money. He shined shoes. He
sold such things as
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drawn cart. He even collect-
ed for UNICEF.
When he was a child his
family often went to see the
circus when it came to their
hometown.
Cedric and his brother
Frank would go home and
re-create the spectacles theN
had witnessed. In fact,
Cedric lo\ed the circus so
much he actually wanted to
run aa\\y w ith it. He thought
he x\as qualified: he figured
he could clean up after the
elephants just as well as the
only other African-
American men he saw in
center ring.
The entertainment bug
first bit Walker in the early
*70's when he moved to
Tuskegee to lie \\ith his
uncle, a prominent Alabama.
nightclub owner. That's
where he met and later


teamed up with a promising
young musical group called
the Commodores.
Cedric became their pro-
duction and stage manager
and toured with them around
the world. He later worked
as a promoter for the
Jackson Five.
Walker admits that even
at that exciting point in his
life, his fondness for the cir-
cus was so great he would
ha\e quit it all to run away
with the circus even if only
as maintenance man.
He struck out on his own
in the 1980s to help organize
and produce the Fresh
Festivals, the world's first
Rap music tour featuring the.
.likes of Run DMC, Salt n
Peppa and The Fat Boys. In
the early 1990s, he under-
wrote. and helped produce a
couple of highly successful
gospel plays, kicked d Ways


and A Good Man is Hard to
Find.
By the. mid-1990s,
Cedric and his associates
began to look for new
forms of family entertain-
ment: "The vision was to
explore the various talents
other than singing and danc-
ing that black performers'
had to offer," he says. "\Ve
wanted to apple\ our gath-.
ered \ears of e perience in,
the live appearance industry
to make .a difference, to
change the industry we
worked in, creating. gro\\th
and opportunity."
That prophetic vision led
Walker to create the most.
successful, urban family
entertainment event in histo-
ry,
The UniverSoul Circus.
Essentially, he created a new
American 'art. form often
referred to now as "Hip Hop


under the Big Top."
The historic first shoxk of
"The Universal Big Top
Circus," as UniverSoul
Circus was originally
named, took place in 1994 in
the parking lot of Fulton
County Stadium in Atlanta.
In those early days. the cir-
cus lost e\ery penn\ that
w\as put into it. But the sho\\
received rave reviews from
critics and fans alike. No
one had ever seen an urban
circus.
The response inspired
Walker to turn his dream of
running away \\ ith the cir-
cus into reality. Now in its
13th season, UniverSoul
Circus is pla ing to packed
houses from coast to coast:
UniverSoul Circus will
be in Jacksonville on March
S-March 12 across from the
Gatew\ay Shopping Center
on Norwood Avenue.


Cedric Walker


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

Dear Deanna!
I'm married but often go on weekend trips with my
friends. My husband issued an ultimatum to adjust my sched-
ule but I chose not to. He threatened me and said he would .
leave if I chose my friends instead of going with him to his
family reunion. I went on my trip. When I returned, he was '- .
gone, the house was empty and utilities disconnected. He
won't talk to me and now wants a divorce and I don't know
what to do?
Tamara (Louisville, KY)

Dear Tamara:
It's hard to imagine a girlie trip that's so good it would make you forsake your mar-
riage, unless you're cheating. Perhaps your friends can give you a cozy couch to sleep on
since you put them before your husband. Your decision was foolish, immature and disre-
spectful. Reach out to your husband and invite him to a friendly location for a huge apol-
ogy, an explanation and much needed counseling to help with issues you both obviously
have.

Dear Deanna!
I'm an older woman dating a younger man. Our relationship is happy and healthy but
his mother has an issue because she and I are the same age. Her son is very mature, we get
along well and everything is balanced. We're starting to have arguments because his moth-
er tries to interfere. We aren't going to make it unless he stops listening to his mother so
much. How do I handle this?
Rose Mary (Dallas, TX)

Dear Rosemary:
You handle it by not robbing the cradle and date men your own age. This is still her
baby boy and she's simply not willing to accept him being with someone her age. She may
feel as if she's being disrespected, you're taking advantage of her son and most important-
ly, she's losing him. You and her son should work together and help her understand your
relationship, become friends and if she doesn't respond, then too bad and keep it moving.

Dear Deanna!
My father is causing a lot of pain in my family. I made the decision to date and have
interracial children. He calls my children horrible racial slurs and makes jokes about them
to his friends. My family has now split against me because I choose not to go around my
father or participate in things if he's around. Is there a friendly way to resolve this issue
without causing more pain to my children and family?
Derrick J. (New York, NY)

Dear Derrick:
Your father is a racist. He should realize that your children have his blood and he should
be ashamed of himself. You're doing the right thing because no one including your fami-
ly has the right to disrespect you or your children. To make a long story short, your father
needs a good man-to-man visit from you. Firmly let him know you will not tolerate this
behavior and if he wants to see you or the children he needs to stop this rudeness immedi-
ately.
Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeannal@yahoo.com or Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega,
Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Visit her Web site-at www.askdeanna.com.


God Goes Shopping

TT'L aih i not clothes, makes the person.
Some places will teach you what to wear

I am still constantly amazed at the many ways God
blesses. The 'what's-best-for-you' things, the big things,
the impossible things, the seen things, the unseen
things, the clear choices. But it is the little things with
purpose, diversity and sensibility, that are etched in the
comers of your heart, giving lyrics to your song.
Take shopping. I don't discriminate when it comes to
shopping. I just like to shop. I shop anywhere. No real allegiance to any fashion
designer. No special store. No certain label. New, resale, garage, Salvation Army,
Thriftown. What I like, I like, regardless of what the magazines or fashion week
says is in vogue. Like most of America, I am not hot on shopping malls. They have
had a long honeymoon period and we are now looking for greener pastures. After
visiting Korea, and being able to shop all night with the rest of the world, malls
close too early in America.
Texans tell newcomers, if you do not like the weather in Texas, you have not
been here long enough. Texas has this crazy weather pattern. We have no season
where the weather is expected. We have weather in all seasons, sometimes all in
one day, i.e., winter, spring, summer and fall. Very simply, if you do not listen to
the weather the night before, you will regret it the next day. Which is what hap-
pened to me recently. The weather was forecasted for 30 degrees at 7:00 a.m., 70
degrees by noon and back to 45 degrees by the 10:00 p.m news. Well, by 11:00
a.m., it is hot and time to shed the 100 percent Wool, even with the air condition-
er on. So the closest thought is to visit a quaint little vintage shop conveniently
located since I had about an hour or so before my next people meeting.
Clotheshorse or mule, stylist or stubborn, stuffy or suave, everyone vith a clos-
et is aware of what is in it. So, when shopping you automatically go through the
process of elimination, association and harmony. Meaning, too much black, my
'fat' clothes, Sunday-go-to-meeting, etc. And ideally, according to the experts, this
is the way you organize your closet. Your clothes are your'signature. You make a
statement at every appearance.
Once in the store, browsing and all, I surmise this is not my day. I am not find-
ing anything I cannot live without, no 'wow'-ville, no awesomenesss' or 'this-is-
sooo-cute' in sight. In most stores, on your way to the dressing room there is a
rack of clothes to be placed back. Scanning through this now full rack, I see and
pass over this little 'black' sheer sleeveless top. "Too mych black in your closet,
forget it", I uttered to,myself. The second time passing this rack, a heaping help-
ing of the clothes gone, and 'sheer sleeveless top' now more prominently dis-
played, my thoughts are the same. Third down passing this rack and now running
out of time, little 'black' sheer sleeveless top is hanging alone growing possibil-
ities. I can wear it in or out, it's washable with a lined ribbed neckline making it
easy to pull over my head, capped sleeves. I love the spirit of the fabric. It is per-
fect for my nine-inch pearls. It can go under a wool suit, silk suit or alone with-
out a jacket. Dressing down, it would compliment a pair of black blue jeans with
heels or shorts and sandals. For right now, it's sold. "I won't need a bag, I am
going to wear it", I said to the saleslady. Sure it's black,,but I can wear it all year.
Dressing with a purpose is a lot like living with a purpose. Just likethe,rest of.
us mere mortals, I don't know what the will of God is, but I sure do thank him for
the little things.

Ester Davis is a UPI Columnist and the new host of 'Gospel Cafe' on PAX-TV
She can be reached at Esterdavis. com.


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Jacksonville Parks Get Out There!
Jacksonville is blessed with one of the largest and most
diverse urban park systems in the country. Passive parks,
home to lush forests, untouched marshlands, and sparkling -
ocean and river views, combine with active parks featuring A'_ -
athletics, aquatics and many other recreational activities to
give our citizens access to more than 80,000 acres of park and
preservation land.
In our mission to take Jacksonville's park system from the
biggest in the nation to the best, we recently appropriated
$13.2 million to develop new parks and make improvements
to existing parks throughout the city. We also attracted vision-
ary leadership in our new parks director, John Culbreth, who
comes to us with over 30 years of experience working in city
and county government. :2, $
Additionally, we restructured the department based on Jacksonville Mayor John
best practices from the top park systems nationwide. Our Peyton
parks are better than ever, and I want our citizens to get our there and enjoy all they have to
offer.
The City of Jacksonville is holding JaxParks-Get Out There, a nine-day celebration of our
park system that will introduce, or re-introduce, the people of the First Coast to the diversi-
ty of our park resources, amenities and offerings.
Get Out There will take place March 4 through 12, and I will kick off the festivities this
Saturday at the Cecil Recreation Complex with a number of events, including sports clinics,
aquatics demonstrations and a lifeguard rodeo. Activities will continue this weekend at parks
across the city, including a "Battles for thle Bluff" interpretive program at the Fort Caroline
National Memorial, "Discovering Archaeology" at the Ribault Club, and boat tours of the
Timucuan Trail State and National Parks and the Nature Conservancy's new Machaba Balu
Preserve. Throughout the week, events called "Get Out There Short Stops" will offer free
daily activities such as fitness classes, environmental education workshops and crafts.
Jacksonville's park system is one of our city's most prized assets. I encourage everyone
to join me celebrating these natural treasures and taking advantage of the excellent programs
and activities that take place every day in our parks. I hope to see you there!
All JaxParks Get Out There events are free and open to the public. For a complete list of
events, visit www.jaxparks.com or call 630-4100.

Blacksonville Community NETwork Partners With
Florida Rights Restoration Coalition in 'Restore
The Vote Day Of Action' In Tallahassee

Florida, Alabama, Iowa, Kentucky and Virginia are the remaining states that still have
permanent disfranchisement for all felony convictions, unless state'government approves
individual rights restoration. Florida has more disfranchised citizens of the listed four states
combined.
Blacksonville.com and Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRRC) will host a Day of
Action in Tallahassee on Tuesday, March 14, 2006. Bus transportation to the state capital will
be provided free of charge, however, donations will be accepted. Activities will include a
rally, press conference and lobbying time with legislators.
The event's purpose is to rally and lobby support of legislation to restore the right to vote
to hundreds of thousands of people with past felony convictions. Currently, there are an esti-
mated 800,000 individuals in Florida who remain disfranchised. Of that 800,000 figure,
approximately 250,000 are African Americans (16% of the African American population in
Florida).
"Our research indicates a need to reduce the consistent pattern of 'lifetime' sentencing
guidelines for black males between 20-39 years old (who account for about a third of all sen-
tenced prison inmates under state or federal jurisdiction)," say Mr. Jermyn Shannon EL,
Founder and Marketing Executive of Blacksonville.com. "An average seven to ten years of
prison time for this age group presents overwhelmingly damage to the families and commu-
nities that are directly affected. We hope the strategic partnership with FRRC will allow us
to empower the grassroots community with prevention measures necessary to stop the vac-
uum and a cushion program for those fortunate enough to fall back into society, i.e. fair
employment and transitional housing.."
The loss of voting rights is a human rights issue that confuses generally accepted notions
of punishment for a criminal offense with the denial of a fundamental right of citizenship.
Further, disfranchisement interferes with the process of reintegration of ex-offenders into
society, impeding their rehabilitation and further marginalizing their employment,and eco-
nomic status.
"Voting is a fundamental right of democracy. When we begin creating degrees of citizen-
ship, we ultimately sacrifice the true meaning of democracy," said Allison Burrell of
Blacksonville.com. "Our communities, our families, everyone is affected when we deny so
many their voice and chance to participate as productive members in our society."
Your presence in Tallahassee will be critical, in the progress to remove Florida's voting
ban from the constitution. For additional information regarding this event including bus
reservations, visit www.blacksonville.com.
About Florida Rights Restoration Coalition:
FRRC is a non-partisan coalition of nearly 40 local, state and national organizations ded-
icated to bringing an end to. Florida's voting and civil rights ban against people with past
felony convictions.
About Blacksonville.com:
Blacksonville.com is a member-driven, multicultural, marketing firm that specializes in
interactive campaigns in print, internet, and traditional media. The firm represents national
non-profit organizations arid medium-size businesses throughout the southeast region.


Tax Season Consumer Alert


Issued In Jacksonville

JACKSONVIL LE,--How much would you pay tomorrow your own money? Taxpayers
getting fast cash through Rapid Tax Refunds are paying triple digit interest for a quicker tax
refund.. '' '
Rapid Tax Refunds, or Refund Anticipation Loans (RAL), are not refunds but actually
loans charging taxpayers as much as 700 percent annual interest to borrow their own money,
said City Consumer Affairs Division Chief Cecilia Jefferson.
For example, a taxpayer with an income tax refund of $1,200 will likely pay nearly $125
in fees by using a rapid refund service. That amounts to an annual interest rate of about 105


percent.
Jefferson also said if the tax preparer makes a mistake or the IRS withholds your refund,
you will still have to pay interest on the full'amount of the Refund Anticipation Loan.
'Taxpayers should also be wary of promotions to double their tax refund to use as a down
payment on a car or a home.
Jefferson said these offers are risky because you don't know if the people making'the
offers have any tax preparation training or if they even understand any unique tax filing cir-
cumstances you may have.
These promotions often require customers to sign a form waiving their right to take any
legal action if the tax preparer makes mistakes on their tax return and the customer's records
are audited by the IRS.
For more information or to see if you qualify for free tax filing assistance go to the IRS
website at www.IRS.gov or call 1-800-829-1040.


St. John River Celebration Kick-Off


JACKSONVILLE
Help put the sparkle back
into the crown jewel of
Jacksonville the St. Johns
River. Volunteers are need-
ed for the l1th annual St.
Johns River Celebration
Cleanup from 8:00-11:30
a.m., Saturday, March 18.
Volunteers will spend the
morning collecting litter and
debris from more than 20
pre-selected cleanup sites.
After the cleanup, 12-2:00

New Center Will
Support Minority
Entrepreneurship
The opening of the
Jacksonville Economic
Empowerment Center
(EEC), a new resource sup-
porting minority entrepre-
neurship and business devel-
opment,.will be held on
March 14 at 11:00 a.m. at
the offices of the
Jacksonville Urban League,
located at 903 West Union
St.
Administered by the
Jacksonville Urban League,
the Jacksonville EEC is
sponsored by the Wachovia
Foundation.
It is the fifth center to
launch in collaboration with
the Urban Entrepreneur
Partnership (UEP), an
unprecedented national ini-
tiative of the White House,
Business Roundtable, the
Ewing Marion Kauffman
Foundation, and the
National Urban League.
This groundbreaking
partnership combines the
resources of the private,
public and non-profit sectors
in order to expand entrepre-
neurship and jobs in histori-
cally neglected or economi-
cally under performing
urban areas.
The Jacksonville EEC,
will pro% ide business train-.
ing, counseling, financing,
and procurement opportuni-
ties to minority and urban
business owners throughout
the greater Jacksonville
area.
Business owners may
also benefit from access to
$127.5 million itn New
Market Tax Credits adminis-
tered through the National
Urban League/Stonehenge
Capital Empowerment
Fund.
These new resources
reflect our belief thatgrow-
ing small and medium-sized
minority owned businesses
is one of the best ways to
-close the wealth gap in
America and provide real
economic empowerment to
our communities.
The Urban Entrepreneur
Partnership will initially
focus on five communities-
Jacksonville, Cincinnati,
Atlanta, Cleveland, and
Kansas City-with a goal of
having the business centers
operational by early 2006.
The partners have set an
ambitious goal of establish-
ing up to fifteen one-stop
centers in communities
nationwide.


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p.m., volunteers are invited
to Metropolitan Park for
refreshments and to pick up
commemorative t-shirts..
For over a decade,
around 1,000 volunteers
have participated each year
by collecting more than
35,000 pounds of trash and
hundreds of tires.
For a list of cleanup sites,
visit www.coj.net and click
on Environmental Resource
Management under city


departments.
Pre-registration is not
required
This cleanup is a public
and private partnership
coordinated locally by the
city's Clean It Up, Green It
Up Division with support
from the City of
Jacksonville; Vistakon;
JEA; Advanced Disposal
Services; Waste
Management and Southland
Waste Systems.


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

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BB&T EBUS PLANS STOP AT AREA CHURCH- On
Saturday. March 4. BB&T. one of the region's largest and
most-respected mortgage lenders, \\ill go an extra mile to
help educate area people about the benefits of homeo\\n-
ership. Visitors \,ill be welcome to tour the BB&T eBus
from 10:100 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church. 1025
Jessie St. The specially equipped \chicle is traveling
throughout the state, the mid-Atlantic and the Southeast, as
part of a grassroots effort to bring homneo \nership educa-
tion directly\ to people \where the\ lile and work. On hand
to \welcome \ visitors to the eBus \\ ill be experienced BB&T
lending officers and other know ledgeable bankers \\ho
\\ill be able to answer any questions people ma\ have
about the home mortgage process.
COCKTAIL COUTUREA"Cocktail Couture" event to
benefit Dignitr -Li-Wear. a locallN based non-profit organ-
ization which provides brand ne\\ clothing to those in
need. will be held Thursday, March 16. 6:00 p.m. 10:00
p.m. at Fogle Fine Art & Accessories located at 3312
Beach Blid.. This \ear, beach bags wxill be created To
accompany several exciting raffles, the beach bags \ ill be
lixe auctioned w ith all of the proceeds to benefit Dignity-
Li-Wear. The e ent is open to the public. For ticket cost.
contact Fogle Fine Art at (904) 296-1414 for additional
information.
5K RUN AND FITNESS \\ALK-The Johnson Family
YNICA presents the inaugural Celebrate Life 5K Run and
Fitness \alk Saturda., lMarch 25 at S:'O( a.m. The nm will
take place on Edge\\ood A\enue to Vernon Road, 45th
Street and Avenue B. There x ill also be a Tot Trot. Kids
Challenge run, free health screenings, and fun for the
entire famil.. To register call 765-3559 or stop b\ at 5'00
Cle\ eland Rd.
FREE SEMINAR-The Jackson\ille Regional Chamber
of Commerce Small Business Center and the Batson-Cook
Company are proud to present a FREE brown Bag Lunch
and Learn Seminar: Doing Business with General
Contractors. The seminar \\ill be held at the Small
Business Center: 5000-3 Norwiood Ave. on Wednesday.
March 22 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The seminar co\-
ers topics such as preparing estimates, bidding procedures
idos and don't cost estimating and more. This will be an
open forum discussion facilitated by four experts from
Batson-Cook with a question and answer period. While
this program is geared toward contractors, much of the
information is valuable to an\ small business person need-
ing to submit an estimate and. or bid to sell his product or
services. An RSVP is required. Participants should
bring a bro\\iin bag lunch. Drinks will be provided. To reg-
ister. contact Kathy Bolesw\orth at 904.924.1100 x 222 or
e-mail: kath\.bolesw orthi'z'@mjaxchamber.com
COMBATING.POVERTY-The War On Poverty
Financial Literacy & Performing Arts Program is current-
ly being held every Saturday from 10:00AMl until 1:00PM
at the "Beaer Street Enterprise Center" 1225 W. Beaver
St. for Jacksonville Youth between the ages of 7 to 17.
Interested students and parents should call Pastor Bush
at 1904) 765-5895.
WOMEN IN BUSINESS AWARDS-The Chamber's
Professional Women's Council is co-sponsorng with the
Women Business Owners of North Florida and the
Jackson\ille Business Journal to host the 20th Annual
2006 Women in Business Awards Luncheon. The event
\\ill recognize and honor indix iduals \\ho epitomize suc-
cess in the business world. The exent recognizes indil idu-
als in a number of categories, such as entrepreneurs, fran-
chisees, corporate leaders and pioneers in the business
community. Activities begin at 10 a.m. and continue until
1:30 p.m. on March 29 at WJCT. For more information
about indix idual seats, nominations, sponsorships. adver-
tising, tradeshow participation and registration, visit
w\\-w .theprofessionalwomenscouncil.org professionalwvomenscouncil.org>.
2992.
REKINDLE THE LOVE PARADE AND FORUM-
The African-American community of Jacksonville and
the Jackson\ ille Chapter of M.AD DADS will host a
Community Parade and Town Hall Citizen Forum on
Saturday. March 4. The parade \ ill step off at 1 1:00 a.mn.
from Stanton College Prep School at 13th Street and
IM\rtle Avenue. The Town hall meeting will be held at
7:00 p.m. in the Milne Auditorium at Edward Waters
College. For additional information contact MAD
DADS at i904) 3SS-8171 or online at maddads.com.


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The Northwestern High School .( Miami, FL ) boys track team poses with the 2005 Bob Hayes.Invitational Track And Field Meet Boys Championship trophy.
The Girls team of The Northwestern High School ( Miami, FL) were the 2005 Girls Champion.


Now in its 42nd year, event organizers of the Bob.Hayes
Invitational Track & Field meet continue to attract some of
the nation's top high school track and field athletes.
The 2006 BHITI\l \\ill be held March 17-18 at Raines
High School in Jacksom ille.
Many of the participants hold state
and national titles and are celebrated
hometown champions.
"I am proud that our tournament
has maintained a reputation of excel-
lence within n competiti e high school
track and field e\ ents and that partici- ."
pation continues to gro\\" said Coach .
James Day, Event Director. "The
founders and I are also pleased to f
announce that this year marks the 10th -
anniversary of the middle school com-
ponent of the BHITM," added Day. James Day
Teams from South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,
Louisiana, the Bahamas and Florida have participated in
BHITM. -"This year we expect an increase in participation
due to the cancellation of the Florida Relays. Last ear, \\e


had 182 teams confirmed. We expect upwards of 200 teams
(this year) that will equate to roughly 4000 participants,"
said Day.
The event was founded in 1964 by coaches Nathaniel
Washington, Earl Kitchings, Willie Richardson, Charles
Bobby Grover, Edwin "Butch" Lawson, Jimmy Johnson and
Oliver Walker in honor of Jacksonville's champion, "Bullet"
Bob Hayes after his double "gold" victory in the 1964
Olympics.
The first annual meet was hosted by Douglas Anderson
High School in 1964 and included five local black high
schools Matthew W. Gilbert, Douglas Anderson, New
Stanton, Northwestern, and Stanton Vocational High School.
The second year included teams from three colleges--
Edward Waters College, South Carolina State, and Savannah
State College-- Raines High School, Matthew Gilbert,
Stanton Vocational, Douglas Anderson, the Deaf and Blind
School of St. Augustine, Fessenden of Ocala, Center High
School of Waycross, GA, and Howard High of Ocala.
The site moved to Raines High in 1968: Raines has host-
ed the e\ ent and Day has served as event director for the past
38 )ears.


Park And Pool To Be Dedicated And Renamed To Honor Julius Guinyard


Julius Guinyard gave a
lifetime of service to
Jacksonville youth. He
worked with the youth in the
city's Recreation
Department and also as part
of the Johnson Branch
YMCA on Cleveland Road.
On Wednesday, March 8
the Jefferson Street Park and
Pool Complex will be dedi-
cated and rellamed in honor


of Guinyard.
The celebration will
begin 10:00 a.m. at 1359
Jefferson St. Prior to integra-
tion, Jefferson Street Pool
was the site swimming
activity for African
American-youth.
Many of Jacksonville
prominent Black leaders
spent their da\ s at the
Jefferson pool participating


on Guinyard's "Seahorse"
Swim Team.
The Annual Julius
Guinyard Swim Meet con-

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District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:00 a.m., March 30, 2006, to
evaluate and rank Letters of Interest. The evaluation committee may request that
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tinues to be held at the site.


The BHITM kicks off on Tuesday, March 14 with the
James "Coach" Day Scholarship Golf Tournament at Mill
Cove Golf Club, 1700 Monument Rd. Captain's. Choice
begins at 8:30 a.m.
Celebrity golfers include Johnny Rembert (New England
Patriots), Ernest Willford (Jacksonville Jaguars), Eric Curry
(Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Golf Pro Bob Kessinger and
Olympic Medalist Ralph Boston. An automobile will be
awarded for the "Hole in One" winner and trophies will be
presented to First, Second, and Third place teams. Lunch
will be provided by Smokey Bones Barbecue and Grill.
The tournament is a fundraising event that provides
scholarships for athletes participating in the BHITM. Since
its inception, the tournament has generated proceeds and has
issued scholarships to 19 youth to further their education.
The registration deadline is Monday, March 13. For
additional registration, sponsorship information or to con-
firm your participation, call (904) 998-5823.
Other BHITM events include:
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announced); Invitation Only Bob Hayes Hall of Fame
Banquet, Thursday, March 16, 7:00 p.m. in the Terrace Suite
at Alltel Stadium; and the Middle School Track Meet, 2:00
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EDITOR'S NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of lawn Jacksonville Sherif's Office reports are a
matter of public record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
munityl in the hopes of keeping our conmuntity safe.
VICTIM 22-WEEKS PREGNANT, BATTERED AT
BABY'S DADDY'S APARTMENT AND IN CAR. An offi-
cer was dispatched ti a report of battery in the 11640 block of
Cape Horn Avenue. The victim reported that her boyfriend
choked her, pushed her around, and grabbed her by her arms.
The victim said she had been dating the suspect for approxi-
mately four years and is currently pregnant with their child.
The victim said that the suspect knows that she is pregnant
with their child. They have never lived together and currently
live in separate households.
The victim said she, the suspect and a friend of the suspect
went to the suspect's house on Monument Road after a doctor's
appointment. At approximately 1:00 a physical altercation
between the victim and suspect began when the victim attempt-
ed to look at the suspect's cell phone menu. The suspect
grabbed the victims left arm with his right hand and began to
twist it in an attempt to retrieve the phone. The victim did not
release the phone and the suspect released her arm and shoved
the victim back. The victim then threw the phone towards the
closet and exited the room. The suspect approached the victim
from behind and grabbed the victim's left arm and placed it
behind her back. The suspect held the victim's neck in the
"bent arm hold" position. While applying upward pressure to
the victim's arm and squeezing her neck, the suspect walked
the victim to the door saying, "You stupid b----h, you're the
right one to play with!" Once at the door, the suspect released
the victim's left arm, opened the door, and pushed her outside.-
Once outside, the suspect said, "Now you find a way to get
home," and closed the door, After a few minutes outside by
herself, the victim said the suspect came out along with his
friend and his car keys and the three.of them entered his vehi-
cle and left. The suspect drove while the victim sat in the front
passenger seat and the friend sat in the back seat. The victim
said while in the car, they engaged in a verbal altercation and
she threw his "Black-N-Milds" (cigars) out of the car window.
The suspect became enraged, grabbed the victim by her neck
with his right hand and began to choke and shake the victim's
head. The victim said her head impacted the steering wheel at
one point.
The victim managed to break free of the suspect's grip and
attempted to slap the suspect with her right hand but hit the
rear-view mirror mounted on the windshield instead. The mir-
ror fell off and the victim held on to it. Once at the victim's
residence on Cape Horn Avenue, the suspect grabbed the vic-
tim again at her front door by her throat and grabbed the mir-
ror away from her and fled back to his car,. The suspect's
friend was driving as they drove away.
An ET was assigned to photograph the victim's injuries. The
victim was advised of her rights. She decided to stay at home
because she did not feel the suspect was a threat of continued
violence. The suspect could not be located and the officer said
he would seek a.warrant.
JUVENILE TAKING ITEMS AT NAVAL AIR STATION
EXCHANGE. An officer was dispatched to the Naval Air
Station Exchange as a result of a call made by the Loss
Prevention Investigator who stated she observed the girl (sus-
pect) on closed circuit television placing items in her right
front pants pocket. She said she followed the suspect who was
with her mother to the rear parking lot..
Upon search, she found several items in the girl's pockets.
The officer advised the suspect of her Miranda warnings. Post.
Miranda, the suspect stated she stole the items because she
thought her mother would not pay for them.
All of the items were retrieved, the complainant signed for the
stolen property via signature form. The suspect was arrested
and transported to jail where she was provided a date to appear
in court at 8:30 a.m.
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Your Weekly Horoscope

(MARCH 4, 2006-MARCH 10, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) This week is the
right time for to
actively seek joy.
Allow yourself
the best that there
is. Avoid passing
judgment on others too
quickly. Beware of feeling
that you must prove your-
self. Easy up a bit on the
expectations you place on
others. You have pushed
hard and have dealt with a
lot this week. Try to be flex-
ible in your mood and will-
ing to adapt other people's
plans.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 6, 8, 14, 18, 24,
Taurus (April 20 -
May 20) It is important to
W allow for inspira-
tion- don't just
work for work's
sake. Share affec-
tion with others. You can get
away with breaking the rules
forever- sooner or later the
reckoning will come. Rash
actions can back-fire, so be
deliberate in your move-
ments and slow to burn.
Believe in yourself and so
will those who count. Be
careful while traveling.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 12, 18, 20, 42, 48,
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21)Learn to work
with faith. It is
neither your
enemy nor your
friend, but it can
become an accepted. com-
panion. Find it in your heart
to accept. Tilting with wind-
mills is not all there is to
life. Learn to enjoy yourself
and then pass that gift to oth-
ers. Whether, it's time for a
new dance or for, changing
partners, the music compels
you to move. Simply alter-
ing the pattern won't make it
all better. When you act, do
so responsibly.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 12, 14, 24, 30,
Cancer June 21- July
22) Your ideas are not
always easy for
others to. accept.
S So,, don't push"
them too hard; let
other people breathe a'bit.
Strive to be yourself. You
should beware of tendency
to be bossy or insensitive.
The Virgo Moon turns your
gaze firmly toward the
future. There is no move-
ment in a still photograph.
It's possible to learn from
the past, but unnecessary to
live in it. Each change
brings a new lesson.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 14, 20, 26, 36,44,.
Leo (July 23 August
22) This week is
the perfect time to
follow your own
path arid develop
the talents you have been
given to the fullest. Avoid
judging others too harshly,
nor yourself. Expand your
horizons to include wider
possibilities for the future.
Strong feelings of communi-
ty spirit have you riding high
for the next few days.
Fairness and honor prevail
wherever you turn. Any
moment that you choose to
stop the cameras rolling
would look like a happy
ending.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 8, 12, 20, 30,


Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) You
should better watch your
t eemp e r.
r Hotheadedness
can throw you off
balance and aid


your opponent. This week is
right time when compromise
and diplomacy are virtues to
be cultivated, not weakness
to be despised. Try to remain
open and vulnerable to love.
Don't be too hard on your-
self, or too demanding. The
straps and buckles of your
emotional baggage can be
caught in the wheels of a
smoothly moving machine.
Unseen obstacles are the
worst kind. Talk to loved
ones instead of reflexively
pushing them away.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 8, 42, 44, 48,
Libra (September 23
- October 23) You shall try
to tone down a bit
your demanding
and commanding
side. Hold the
mirror up to yourself as well
- examine your motivations
carefully. Battle to keep the.
.combatant in you more
peaceful. Try to take some
distance from yourself.
Don't forget that admitting
weakness can also be 'a sign
of strength. Your moment in
the sun may be obscured by
clouds. Instead of assuming
that you know it all, learn
from your situation. Don't
stop growing just because
it's not any fun right now.
This week lucky num-'
bers are: 18, 32, 42, 62, 66,
Scorpio (October 24
-November 21)Don't put
the blame, on the'
world for not rec-,
ognizing you if
you hide yourself
away. Try to be more trans-
parent-' let the people see
what you are really like.
.This week is not the right
time to keep secrets, even
from yourself. Allow others
in, to share in both yourjoys
and sorrows. Just say no. to
those who come asking for
trouble. This is a time for
nurturing acts, not aggres-
sive behavior. Your limited
resources may be in great
demand by many worthy
causes right now.
This week lucky; num-
bers are: 6, 20, 24, 42, 44,
S a g i t t a r i u s
(November 22
December 21)
Try to soften your
stance a bit- take
things as they go
and let them go as
they will. You should keep
your work and home life
separate during this week.
Step out a bit and demand
dependability form others,
too. You can allow yourself
to be more selfish and
unashamedly demand bene-
fits for yourself.,Sudden
changes regarding work and
colleagues are apparent. It is
simple for you to make gains
if you look at long-term
investments right now.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 6, 18, 20, 38, 50,
C a p r i co r n
(December 22 January
19) Make an attempt to be
more sympathetic
"- to the feelings of
others. Don't for-
get that not every-
one is as strong-willed and
directed as you. Avoid get-
ting bottled up in your head;
cultivating a. love of food,
sleep and sensuous activities'
are essential to the ground-
ing of your energies.


Limitations at work might
set you back. You will do
best to, entertain those you
wish to close deals with.
This week lucky num-
bers are:8, 14, 18, 44, 54,


Aquarius (January
20 February
18) Try not to be
overly concerned I* I
with appearances.
Keep alive in
your search for beauty-
avoid becoming jaded,
trendy or compulsive. You
should beware of neglecting
spiritual goals or falling
prey to excessive material-
ism. It is also very important
to keep your nervous system
under control during this
week. You could be cor-
nered, so be prepared to tell
the truth. Pushy people must
be kept at arm's length.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 6, 8, 26, 32, 68,


Pisces (February 19
- March 20)You should
S cultivate self-con-
fidence. You
should beware of
being too aggres-
sive in your criticism. Be
consistent in your stance.
Try to fight the impulses to
procrastinate, but resist
interfering with things that
work, even if they don't
meet your expectations.
Remember that mistakes are
just part of the game.
Complete those hobbies you
started a long time ago. You
need to do more things that
you enjoy.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 18, 30, 36, 38,


DNA Tests Ordered For Urine

Box Toolbox Prank
BATON ROUGE, La. A Baton Rouge hospital, hoping to
get to the bottom of an office prank, is ordering 25 employees
to undergo DNA testing or be terminated. Leaders at Woman's
Hospital say a man who works in Building Operations returned
from several weeks off to find that someone had placed urine
in his toolbox.After hearing of the incident, hospital adminis-
trators sent a memo to 25 employees who also work there
telling them that DNA testing would be done unless someone
came forward admitting guilt. Since no one came forward, the
hospital said the DNA testing will begin within the next few
weeks.
The DNA testing, to be conducted by ReliaGene
Technologies of New Orleans, will cost the hospital $25,000,
he.said. Attorney Jill Craft worked with litigation involving
swabs taken during the investigation into the South Louisiana
serial killer cases. Craft fought for the rights of those swabbed
during the probe that eventually resulted in the arrest of
Derrick Todd Lee. Craft said she believed the employees' rights.
are being violated. "It's the intrusion by finding out what your
DNA looks like, your unique pattern, which in my opinion.
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You can say what
you want .about us
weather wimpy sunny
Californians, but the
red carpet premiere of
Madea 's Family
Reunion, Tuesday
night, February 21st
was downright cold!
We're talking 45
degrees with a 38
degree wind chill. Now
for those of our readers
in Canada and all parts
back east, you all are
saying "get real," but
for us, sub-50's weath-
er is freezing. That red
carpet was an "ice
walk" for some of
those ladies looking
cute with nothing cov-
ered. They may look
hot to you in these pho-
tos because of Andre'
slick work, but believe
me, they were cold.
Madea s Family
Reunion creamed the
competition opening
weekend (as I predict-
ed), with a
$30,030,661 gross with
only 2194 screens
according to Yahoo!
Movies. Disney's


Eight Below was a dis-
tant second with only
$15 million more gross
after two weeks out
and a whopping 878
more screens. That's
how Hollyweird does
business in general
with so-called "urban,"
or African-American
themed movies. It is
very important that you
check the ticket you
are sold at the window,
to make sure it is for
Madea's Family
Reunion. Some
unscrupulous theater
operators will sell you
a ticket for another
movie and allow you to
go in to see Madea, but
the ticket credit goes to
the movie you didn't
see. Then they will lie
and say the Black
movie didn't gross as
much.
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brought out the entire
cast, studio brass and
guest. Go check out
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CD is titled After The


Show. DefJam record-
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new CD album current-
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My Own Words. Ne-Yo
has written hits for
Mary J. Blige, B2K,
Faith Evans, Musiq
and last year's most
played radio hit "Let
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Storch. The hit single
is "So Slick."
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Hip-Hop Goes To The Smithsonian


The Smithsonian's
National Museum of
American History is rec-
ognizing the scope and
reach of the hip-hop
movement with .the
launch of "Hip-Hop
Won't Stop: The Beat,.
The Rhymes, The Life,"
which marks the first hip-
hop national collecting
initiative by the venerable
institution.
Some 30 years after it
emerged from the neigh-
borhoods of the South
Bronx, N.Y., hip-hop has
evolved into a pervasive
and global cultural phe-
nomenon. During a spe-
cial ceremony in New
York on Tuesday,
February 28, pioneers
from the hip-hop commu-
nity donated objects to
the collection initiative.


The museum's multi-
year project will trace
hip-hop from its origins
in the 1970s, as an
expression of urban black
and Latino youth culture,
to its status today.
"Born out of poverty
and the need to draw
attention to social condi-
tions, hip-hop, is amaz-
ingly creative and embod-
ies innovation and inven-
tion," said Marvette
Perez, curator at the
National Museum of
American History. "The
genre is fluid, and trans-
forns itself continuously.
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ple across the world as it
is easily adapted to the
music and language of
other countries, however,
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port from Russell
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Def Jam and the
Chairman of the Hip-Hop
Summit Action Network,
has allowed the museum
to officially launch the
project and begin the col-
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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.,
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political activity in the
nation's capital.
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Special: Behind the scenes
of Washington D.C.'s
Golden Scissors Black
hair show
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Without Motive: The
Edmund Perry Story -
(Movie) with Anna Maria
Horsford, Cuba Gooding
Jr., Taurean Blacque,
Georg Stanford Brown,
Vondie Curtis-Hall. After
graduating from Phillips
Exeter Academy with a
scholarship to Stanford
University, Edmund Perry
seems to have things
going his way.. However,
and unfortunate encounter
with a police officer ends
his life. This film chroni-
cles the four years at the
Academy that eventually
led to the tragedy.
*Sat., 3/4, 3 p.m., New
Jersey Drive (Movie)


Welcome to Newark, New
Jersey: the unofficial car-
theft capital of the world.
Jason (Sharron Corley)
and Midget (Gabriel
Casseus), two black
teenagers, have the same
interests as most of their
peers-- stealing and
joyriding cars! But when
the boys jack a police car,
they find themselves fac-
ing a large-scale offensive
by abusive, violent-prone
cops.
*Sun., 3/5, 3 p.m. & 3
a.m.- Secrets & Lies -
Movie (1996) with Brenda
Blethyn, Marianne Jean-
Baptiste A successful
black woman traces her
birth mother to a lower-
class white woman, who
denies it; emotions run
high as everyone's secrets
are exposed.

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movie Secrets and Lies which stars Afro-
British actress Marianne Jean-Baptiste who
garnered an Oscar nomination for Best
Actress in a Supporting Role as a black
woman who discovers her birth mother is
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- 8 a.m. & Sunday 5 a.m. -
3 p.m., "M-Power
Ministry" Your daily
dose of power and praise.
Some of the world's most
dynamic ministers bring
forth the word with bold-
ness including Heritage
Christian Center Pastors
James & Teressa White of
Jacksonville.
Weekdays
8:00 p.m., "Inside
Hollywood"
8:30 p.m., "Pilot Central" -
This is your opportunity to
judge the next TV hit!
Which comedy, sitcom,
drama or short film will
make the cut? "Pilot
Central" is a new half hour


series that samples and
showcases new program-
ming ideas.
9:00 p.m., "BFC All
Access"
9:30 p.m., "Spoken"
Check out an emerging
generation of the most
prolific poets, spoken
word artists and lyricists.
10:00 p.m., nContrast A
celebrity-focused enter-
tainment and lifestyle
show.
Monday, 8 p.m., "Gospel
Video Countdown"
Tuesday, 3 p.m., "The
Thou$and Dollar Bee" -
Fourth and fifth grade stu-
dents compete for their
chance to win cash and


prizes as they put their
spelling and grammar
skills to the test.
*Sat. 3/4, 4:30pm, Native
Son A film adaptation of
Richard Wright's famous
novel.

BET
Weekdays
6 a.m., Morning
Inspiration with Brother
Gerard
4 p.m., "The Road Show" -
BET hits the road to vari-
ous cities and college cam-
puses across the country
for a high-energy "Battle
of the Sexes" between 15
young men and women
another for bragging rights


and prizes!
5 p.m., "Rap City"
11 p.m, "In Living Color"
Monday-Friday 6 p.m &
Saturday 3 p.m. 4 p.m.,
"106 & Park"
Tuesday & Fridays, 10
p.m., "Comic View"
BET's primetime comedy
hit flips the script with
side-splitting blasts from
the past mixed in with
some of today's funniest
jokesters.
Thursday, 9 p.m.,
"College Hill"
Friday, 12:30 p.m.,
"BET.com" Countdown
the videos that YOU voted
for!


Top Rated Primetime
Programs Among African-
American TV Homes
Week of February 20, 2006
1. American Idol-
Wednesday, FOX
2. American Idol-Tuesday,
FOX
3. American Idol Thu
Special-2/23, FOX
4. Girlfriends, UPN
5. All Of Us, UPN
6. Half And Half, UPN
7. Grey's Anatomy, ABC
8. Dancing W/The Stars-
2/26, ABC
9. One On One, UPN
10. CSI: NY, CBS
Source: Nielsen Media
Research


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Whassup continued from D-5
One of the highlight
cuts is a duet "Only For
You," with A Taste of
Honey's Janice Marie
Johnson. Snoop Dogg,
Ludacris, The Game,
Coolio, MC Lyte, Too
Short, Shaq, Jay-Z and
Tha Brat are just a few
of the personalities that
will attend The
Masters Players Ball
this weekend in
Hollywood.
"0" The Oprah
Magazine is looking to
hire fall interns in the


fashion and style
departments. Candidate
must be highly organ-
ized; detail oriented
and is able to juggle
multiple tasks at once.
Prior internship experi-
ence preferred, but not
required. This opportu-
nity is available for col-
lege students in need of
credit hours and recent
graduates who are
available to start imme-
diately, full time from
10:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m., 5 days per week.
Send resumes with a


cover letter to: Cindy
M. Rosario, Associate
Editor, O, The Oprah
Magazine, 1700
Broadway, 38th Fl.,
New York, NY. 10019
or call 212-903-5149.
Verizon is looking
for students who are
2004 .graduates of
Historically Black
Colleges and
Universities (HBCU).
If you know of some-
one graduating from a
HBCU this year with a
degree in Engineering,
Computer Science and


Technology,
Information
Technology, General
Business, Finance or
Marketing, please have
them forward their
resumes to:
Melissa.w.langham@v
erizon.com.
I would love to hear
from you. Hit me up at
feedbackrych@sbc-
global.net and check
out Andre B. Murray at
thebernagency.photore-
flect.com.
Maat-Hotep!
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