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Title:
Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Publisher:
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2006 Miss Delta Teen Pageant MARCH MADNESS
Contestants Featured 2006 NCAA Men's
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Teen Shot Multiple Times On Moncrief


JACKSONVILLE,
Fla. --- Residents of
Washington Heights
Apartment on Moncrief
heard gunshots on
Monday night and some-
one called the police.
But when officers
arrived, they did not find
an injured T party.
h Jamarius Wade, 17, who
i lives in the Sherwood
Forest area, was some-
n how taken to Shands
Jamarius Wade Hospital with multiple
Sounds from his legs to
his chest. Some say he had 24 wounds but it is learned
that the wounds may be entry and exit wounds. It has



Murder One


A Response To 'Arrest Statistics'
A Times-Union Newspaper Article


By Paul Tutwiler and Rachael K. Tutwiler

The w ork of a communitN developer is extremely
difficult. I was troubled most recentIl by the ne%\s
headlines about the murder rate among
Jacksonv ille's citizens. The March 9, 2006 Times
Union newspaper article announced that over 50%
of the victims are ti-picall black males and the sus-
pects are ty picall black males (greater than 50%) as
well. The.only good news was that the violence was
no longer regional to the Northw\est Quadrant to
which I serve. The violence is uniform to most of'
the entire city.
SI began to ponder this phenomenon. It struck me
that this community is in crisis. I posed the question
to myself "ho\\ might I help?"'I wanted to study the
issue further.
I recalled that while recently studying with my
daughter for a mid-term exam how alarmed I was to
discover that Thomas Jefferson, the author of the
United States' Declaration of Independence and
beloved president of the United States, had
expressed racial views that were hypocritical and
insulting. Young Jefferson' believed that "just" gov-
ernment was designed to protect the rights to life,
liberty, and the pursuit of.happiness of its citizens.
But in defense of the institution of slavery Jefferson
believed that the slaves were sub-humlan. .In
Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia pp265-266
he refers to Blacks in the following manner:
"Besides that of colour; figure, and hair, there are
other physical distinctions proving a difference of
race. They have less hair on the face and body. They
secrete less by the kidnies, and more by the glands
of the skin, which gives them a very strong and dis-
agreeable odour...They seem to require less sleep,

Murder One continued onA-"7


not been disclosed who took Jamar to the hospital and
left him at the emergency entrance.
Reports show that Jamar, has had trouble with the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office in the past but cannot say
or do not know what caused the shooting of the victim


behind the apartments. Wade's incidents with JSO
were a burglary in 2003, auto theft in 2004, drugs and
robbery in 2005 and auto theft in 2006.

Teen Shot continued onA-7


Long-Secret Files Shed New Light On JFK And

Black Service Agent Who Tried To Protect Him


John F. Kennedy
NEW YORK -Reports
say that newly released
CIA files previously
withheld from Congress
and the Warren


Commission cast a dra-
matic new light on the
last days of President
John F. Kennedy, and the
pioneering African
American Secret Service
agent who once protected
him. These new disclo-
sures--by journalist Liz
Smith, Rep. Christopher
Shays' (R-CT)
Subcommittee on
National Security, and a
former Mafia prosecutor
for Robert Kennedy--
come during the second
annual Sunshine Week
(March 12-18), sponsored
by many newspaper and


journalism groups to
spotlight problems with
government secrecy.
Liz Smith broke the
news Tuesday (March
14) that NBC had recent-
ly completed a documen-
tary named. "Conspiracy
Files: JFK" to be aired on
the Discovery Channel
that will focus on a mas-
sive amount of material
about JFK, the CIA, and
the Mafia withheld "from
the Warren ,Commission
and from congressional
investigations as well."
Liz Smith's long-running
colunin began in 1976,


when she reported on the
first disclosures made to
Congress and the public
about CIA plots with the
Mafia to assassinate
Castro, which involved
two Mafia dons who
shared a mistress with
JFK.
However, Smith
reports that a new book,
Ultimate Sacrifice by
Lamar Waldron and Air
America host Thom
Hartmann--the basis of
the NBC Disco\er) docu-
.mentar\ --describes and
s'hols hundreds of pages
JFK continued on .4-7


Wilkes Homegoing: A Man Remembered


Berna.rd Wilkes

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By K. S. McCoy, Sr.

After the celebration
of Coach Bernard. R.
Wilkes, you can still pass
by Ribault Senior High
and \ ie\t the school's bill
board that reads "We love
you Coach Wilkes!"
More than 3,500 peo-
ple attended Wilkes'
memorial and home
going services. Those
who' attended both occa-
sions can tell you that the
program was well organ-
ized.


New York
Laveranues
financed the home
celebration.


Jets
Coles
going


Coach Bernard Wilkes
was indeed a coach, edu-
cator, role model and
father figure to his play-
ers as well as to those
who were not his players.
It's time for our communi-
ty to realize that the legit-
imate role models are
those who educate our
kids in the schoolhouse,
the church house, and at
your house.
During the late '80's
early '90's, Wilkes often
took his team to church
F th his late sister.
i your children at
a that when teach-
:as the late Coach
come along, they


can enhance that teach-
ing. Coach Wilkes was a
genius. He was instru-
.mental in helping his own
players as well as others
around the Duval county
system and the .state of
Florida.
Mr. .Melvin L.
Marshall was Ribault's
team dad for 26 years;
:and he did' a wonderful
job. Mr. Marshall was the
MC at the memorial pro-
gram and had nothing but
accolades for his late
son-in-law. And speaking
of accolades, just to name
a few, would be an under-
statement.
The honorable school


board chairwoman,
Brenda Priestly-Jackson
closed her statements
with, "He was a mighty, a
mighty, a mighty good
man!"
Former Principal, Dr.
Walter Harris who led
Ribault to become the
model school of America,
closed his comments w ith.
."We came to praise
Bernard, not bury him!"
Another former
Principal, Dr. Jim
Williams closed \with,
"When something bad
was said about Ribault,
you know Wilkes and
Austin made it better dur-
ing the basketball sea-
son".
Former Principal
Earlene T. Lockett stated
that Wilkes always called
her mama. "Once he tried
calling me Ms. Lockett,
then it came out of his
mouth as Ms. Mama!"


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News In Brief Save A Child Through Ado
And/Or Foster Care
Stat Of The Week 9-11:00 a.m. Saturday, Marc
64.000 Number of li\ ing black'Americans who held a Faust Temple Church of God in
graduate or professional degree in 1994. MoncriefRoad (904) 353-141
1,100.000 Number of living black Americans who held Usher To Teach Teens Hoi
a graduate or professional degree in 2004. The Grammy-Award Winne
Source: U. S. Bureau of theCensus address the three-day
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America has lost another
civil rights and cultural icon.
Gordon Parks, the
groundbreaking and award
winning photographer, film-
maker, writer, painter, musi-
cian ahd symphonic compos-
er died this week at the age of
93. He 'leaves behind an
unparalleled body of work
that exposed poveity, chal-
lenged racial stereotypes and
changed the images of Black
America. ,
Born Gordon Roger
Alexander Buchanan Parks in
1912 to Sarah Ross Parks and
Andrew Jackson Parks, he
was the youngest of fifteen
-children in a very poor fami-
ly.
Parks would later describe
his birthplace of Fort Scott,
Kansas, as "a town electrified
with racial tension." At age
fifteen, upon the death of his
mother, he moved to St. Paul
Minnesota to live with his
sister. He left high school and
worked as a busboy and
piano player in a brothel. By
1934, he,was married with
Three children and part of the
Civilian Conservation Corps.
While working on the rail-
roads in the northwest, Parks
bought his first camera at a
pawn shop for $12.50. Parks
would later write that the lens
would become his lifelong
"choice weapon against
poverty and racism."
In 1941, Parks became the


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first photographer to receive
a fellowship from the Julius
Rosenwald Foundation
through his revealing, poetic,
yet realistic photography, he
captured Chicago's South
side and World War II. He
broke new racial barriers
three years later as the first
African American photogra-
pher for Vogue magazine.
From 1948 to 1969, he
served as the first African
American staff photographer
for Life magazine, producing
powerful photo essays of
African American life that
had never been seen before.
Stirring pictures of the
Nation of Islam and Malcolm
X, gang life in the streets of
Harlem, the Black Panthers,
and the death of Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr. were among
the favored and trusted
images of the :ciil rights
movement. Malcolm X wrote
ofParks in his autobiography,
"Success among Whites never
made Parks lose touch with
black reality."
His creative genius
expanded to literature, film
and music, as he p became the
first black director for a
major Hollywood studio. He
co-produced. directed. wrote
the screenplay, and composed
the musical score for the film
based on his 1963 novel. The
Learning Tree. His commer-
cial success was cemented as
the director of Shli'a (1971).


Shafts Big Score (1972), The
Super Cops (1974) and
Leadbelly (1978). Parks'
films began to redefine the
image of African Americans
by creating uncompromising
superheroes -and true depic-
tions of urban life.
In Blacks in American
Films and Television, Donald
Bogle wrote "Almost all his
films reveal his determina-
tion to deal with assertive,
sexual black heroes, who
struggle to maintain their
manhood amid mounting
social/political tensions."
Despite his successes,
Parks was constantly frustrat-
ed with Hollywood's
attempts to market his work
as exclusively "blaxplota-
.tion" films. Subsequently, he
produced several documen-
taries for television and PBS
including Solomon's
Northrup 's Odyssey, The
World of Prit Thomas, Diary
of a Harlem Family and
Mean Streets. By 1989, he
completed the musical score
and libretto for Martin, a bal-.
let about Martin Luther King,
Jr. and began filming it for
PBS, where it was shown on
King's birthday in 1990.
Parks was a prolific writer
and his creative drive contin-
ued well into his 90's. He
published Half Past Autumn.:
A Retrospective (1997), A
Star for Noon (an homage to
women in images and poety,
2000). In 2005. he Trote .4
Hungar' Heart: .A Memioir
andl With Wlinged Thoughts
(portrait images).
Throughout his lifetime.
Parks received countless


awards and acknowledge-
ments which reaffirmed his
creative contributions as a
renaissance man of the 20th
century.
He received the Emmy
Award for the documentary,
Diary of a Harlem Family,
1968; NAACP Spingarn
Award, 1972; National Medal
of the Arts, 1988; the U.S.
Library of Congress included
The Learning Tree among the
first twenty five to be pre-
served in the National Film
Registry., 1989. He is the
recipient of over twenty hon-.
orary doctorates among
numerous other honors. In
2002, at the age of 90, he
received the Jackie Robinson
Foundation Lifetime
Achievement Award and was
inducted into the
International Photography
Hall of Fanie and Museum.
When asked why he
undertook so- many profes-
sions, Parks told Black
Enterprise "At first P wasn't
sure thatI ha'd the talent, but
I did know I had a fear of
failure, and that fear com-
pelled me to fight off any-
thing that might abet it. I suf-
fered evils, but without
allowing them to rob me of
the freedom to expand."
Gordon Parks' freedom to
expand" gave us our free-
dom. His work reflected our
lives, our civil rights move-
ment and evolution of Black
culture with an assertive dig-

nity and clarity unseen before
him. He was one of a kind.
An artist, originator and
thinker...the likes of which.
we may never see again.


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Faith In Our Community
1> -Schedule of Events and Services-

CHURCH ANNIVERSARY -The congregation of New
Fountain Chapel A.M.E. Church, 737 Jessie St., invites the
public to it's 89th Church Anniversary beginning
Wednesday, March 29, continuing through Thursday, March
28, and culminating Friday, March 31. Services begin night-
ly at 7:00 p.m. Bro. Bruce Harmon, Steward Pro-Tem. Rev.
Louis Kirkland, Pastor.
PRAISE SERVICE-The public is invited to the 2006
Serious Praise Service hosted by the Sword and Shield
Kingdom Outreach Ministry on March 26, 3:45 p.m., at
Father's House Conference Center, 1820 Monument Rd.
(Building 2). The "Praises-cisers" will perform under the
direction of Ms. Kenshela Williams. Elder Michael Cobbs is
the guest speaker. Rev. Mattie W. Freeman, Founder/Pastor.
CLOTHING GIVEAWAY-The Little Sanctuary House
Praise Community Outreach at 6201-A Norwood Ave. will
conduct a Clothing Give Away on Saturday, March 18 at
10:00 p.m. Hotdogs will also be available.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH-The HOPE Ministry of New
Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1231 Tyler St., will conduct its
monthly Community Outreach Day. Breakfast will be
served from 9:00-12 Noon. The public is invited to partici-
pate and enjoy fellowship and food. Pearl Frison, President.
Rev. William H. Lamar, IV, Pastor.
UPLIFTING SPIRITUAL DRAMA-The Steward and
Trustee Boards of new Saint James A.M.E. Church presents
"Spectators At The Cross", a spiritual drama written and
directed by Mrs. Arizona Sumlar Love, on Palm Sunday,
April 9 at 4:00 p.m. The church is located at 2128 Forest St.
Mrs. Arizona S. Love, Steward Pro Tem. Mrs. Bobbie
Anderson, Trustee Pro Tem. Rev. Latanya Warren Floyd,
Pastor.
PASTOR'S INSTALLATION SERVICE-Rev. Torin T.
Dailey will be installed as Pastor of First Baptist ,Church of
Oakland on Sunday, March 19 at 5:00 p.m. "God's Ministry
for this Generation (Matthew 9: 16-17)" is the theme. The
church is located at 1025 Jessie St.
MEN'S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST-The Master's
Mighty Men of First A.M.E. Church will host a Men's
Fellowship Breakfast on Saturday, April 22, 9:00 a.m. A
donation will be requested (call 386-446-5759). The break-
fast will be held at First A.M.E. Church's educational com-
plex adjacent to the church at 91 Old Kings road North, Palm
Coast, FL. Rev. Gillard S. Glover, Pastor.
ANNUAL DUAL DAY CELEBRATION-The members of
Resurrection Baptist Church Christian center, 6046
Moncrief Rd. W., invite the public to share in the celebration
of Annual Dual Day. The celebration is scheduled for
'Sunday, March 26, begimiing with Church School at 9:15
a.m. "Christians Walking Together As One (Romans 12:5)"
is the theme. Resurrection's own Minister Eugene Wiggins
is the speaker for the 10:45 Morning Worship Service.
Deacon Charles Paulk, Chairperson, Deacon Charles
Gooden, Co-Chairperson. Sister Alfreda Chambers of
Greater Church of God By Faith is the speaker for the 4:00
p.m. service. Sis. Yolanda Ross Rogers, Chairperson. Sis.
Shantel Williams, Co-Chairperson. First Lady Cheryl D.
Foreman, General Chairperson. Rev. Glenn F. Forman, Sr.,
Pastor.
EVENING OF PRAISE-Greater New Mt. Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church along with Rev. Dr. Percy
Jackson, Sr. & Jr., Pastors, invite the public to join them for
an Evening of Praise and Worship on March 26 at 4:00 p.m.
The church is located at 1953 West 9th St. (one block east
of James Weldon Johnson Middle School). For more infor-
mation, directions or transportation, please contact the
church office at 354-0145
WOMEN CONFERENCE/WOMEN'S DAY-Grace
Baptist Church of East Springfield, Inc., 1553 East 21 St.,
will host a Women Conference March 16-18. A Brunch and
Spiritual Rejuvenation with powerful speakers begins at
9:00 a.m. on March 18. These activities will lead to the
Women's Day Celebration scheduled for Sunday, March 19
at 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The theme is
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Co-Coordinator. Rev. John J. Devoe, Jr., Pastor.
ANNIVERSARIES-One Accord Ministries International
invite the public to join 'in the celebration of the 27th
Anniversary for Bishop, Dr. Jan D. Goodman, Sr. and the
12th Anniversary of their ministry. The celebration contin-
ues through March 18 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Speakers
include Pastor Barbara Mims (New St. james Holy Family
Church ), Elder Roosevelt Gamble (All People, Arlington),
and Bishop Don E. Bernard (Believer's In Christ). One
Accord Ministries International, Inc. is located at 2971
Waller St. (at the intersection of I-10 and McDuff, on the
ramp).
TAKE IT TO THE STREET- The public is invited to par-
ticipate 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.




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True Believers Primitive
Baptist Church, 10340 Lem
Turner Rd. will celebrate the
Pastor's 6th Anniversary.
The celebration begins
on Saturday, March 18 with
the Pastor's and First lady's
Appreciation Banquet at
Blue Cypress Banquet Hall
on University Boulevard.
Church services will
begin on Monday, March 20
and Wednesday, March 22.

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In Loving

Memory Of

Our Mother

And.

Grandmother

Mrs. Oralean J.
Peacock
1916-2003
Three years ago, God'
called you to your
heavenly home.

He has helped us through
our grief and loss,
renewed our joy
and granted us
strength to carry oh.


Loved and Missed By:
Don and Ora, Grands
and Great-grand
children.
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Services conclude on
Sunday, March 26 at 4:30
p.m. Various churches from
throughout Jacksonville will
be,participating in this cele-
/ .
bration. Dr. Johnnie F.
Chatman, Sr., Pastor.


DEATH


NOTICES
ADAMS-James, 59, died March 8,2006.
ANDREWS-Beverly, died March 13,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.
ANESCA-David, died March 9, 2006.
BEAN-Christa, died March 2, 2006.
A.B.Coleman MOrtuary, Inc.
BURNS-Virginia, died March 12, 2006.
CADE-Teresa Elizabeth, 41, died March
12,2006.
CAINE-Isaiah, died March 7,2006.
CALHOUN-Mary, died March 9,2006.
CLARK-Johnny L., died March 10, 2006.
CARROLL-Anthony, died March 12,
2006.
COLEMAN-Ruby, died March 10, 2006.
A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY, INC.
GLOVER-Jacquelyn Y., died March 11,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.
DAVIS-William H. Davis, died March 10,
2006.
GULLATT-Bonnie A., died March 10,
2006.
GUESS-Ethel M., died March 11, 2006.
UARRIS-Elsie. 84. died March 9, 2006.
IACOBS-Mar F died March 9,2006.
JACKSON-Harrison. died March 9,
2006:
KELSEY-Ronald, died March 9,2006.
L.AN-Brenda, died MNarh 12, 2006
LEE-NMchelle.died Mlrch 10. 2006 A B
COLEMAN MORTUARY. [NC
MCKNIGHT-Johnnie, died March 13,
2006.
MERRIWEATHER-Kenneth, died
March 9, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN MOR-
TUARY, INC.
MOSLEY-Simon, m,. died March 5,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY.
INC.
MUDD-Evelyn, died March 8, 2006.
NORTON-Jaines, died, March 11, 2006.
PRINCE-Arthur Leon, died March 6,
2006.
RICHARDSON-Walter, Jr., died March
8,2006.
ROBINSOl9-Beulah, died March 11,
2006.
ROBINSON-Emestine, 79, died March 8,
2006.
ROWAN-Keith H., died March 13, 2006.
A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY, INC.
SMITH-Willie Mae, died March 9, 2006.
ALPHONSO WEST MORTUARY, INC.
WESTBROOK-Fred, died March 11,
2006.
WILLIAMS-Eddie, died, March 13,
2006.


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phone call with news of an unex-
pected death or shared your loved
one's final moments of a long ill-
ness, your initial reaction to the
death was likely shock.
It doesn't seem to matter how,
prepared we are or aren't a loved
one's death often leaves us feeling
numb and bewildered. If you're
responsible for making the funeral
arrangements or executing the will,
shock and grief can be immobiliz-
ing. Evten simple decisions can be
overwhelming.
Whatever the circumstances of
death, one of your first calls should
be to a licensed funeral director. He
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*transport the body
*obtain a death certificate
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The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"


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


Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Afternoon Bible Study
(Except First Sunday) 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor: Rev. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-5727 Church
(904) 768-0272 Home


MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ diedfor our sins...was buried and Rose again" (see 1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
International Sunday School....9:00 a.m. and5:00 p.m. Saturday on WYMM Al 1530
A Bible Preaching. Bible Behe Lmg and Bible Prancmng Church
'M ithoul ibe sheddig of Blood, Ibere is no rembssion of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)


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

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

Mid-Week:
Wednesday, Noonday Prayer 12 N6on
Inspiration Wednesday Worship Service....................6:00-8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, Youth Bible Study & Activities

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Fla. 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aoLcom
SWebsite: Greaterelbethel.org


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


As the lonely eagleflies into the winds
On majestic... soaring...gliding wings
A single scream comes from the sky
Come fly with me... come here and fly is the eagles cry
My heart yearns io, be a part
As I feel the beating of its heart
Oh for my soul to be one with this bird flying so care-
free
Flying so perfectly in the sky for all to see.
His wings in the wind as it caress's his soul
And soars across the streams without a goal
My being trembles with delight of such a sight
A treasure I received from God tonight
A gift like no other watching him soaring so high
Inviting me to join him andflyflyfly.
Dona Nanci Elizabeth Marrie Gaddi Dama de
Santiago

Recognizing An Eagle
The powerful bird with its broad wingspan, noted for its
keen eyesight, majestic soaring flight and its symbol of
power became serendipitously the overriding theme of the
10th Anniversary Celebration for Pastor Rudolph W.
McKissick, Jr. First Congresswoman Corrine Brown
presented Pastor McKissick with two eagles during the
early portion of the program and then the banquet speaker,
Bishop Darryl Brister gave a rousing, stirring, get you to
your feet, hand clapping, make you want to shout sermon
on Recognizing An Eagle. Bishop Brister preached, "The
eagle is the largest and most powerful birds in the world.
Eagles are fierce and proud, and they can soar gracefully
high in the air. They are courageous hunters, symbols of
freedom and power." Bishop Brister throughout his ser-
mon compared Pastor McKissick very appropriately with
the eagle, for the eagle is a strong and brave bird.
Ms. LaVon Bracy, Esquire was the Mistress of
Ceremony for a program filled with accolades from
Jacksonville City Council President Kevin Hyde, Pastor
Randolph Bracy, WORD Broadcast host Lexi, and
Pastor and Mrs. Rudolph W. McKissick, Sr.
As Pastor McKissick, Jr. stated, "What an awesomely
elegant affair this is tonight." And it % as an elegant affair
as local Bethelites, out of town Bethblites, adopted
Bethelites convened at the H1yat Regency Hotel to honor
Pastor Rudolph W. McKissick, Jr. The well wishers far sur-
passed the capacity of Bethel's Bethelite Center or any
other local ballrooms.
Selected as on of the "Twenty to Watch" by the African
American Pulpit Pastor McKissick who followed his father
Pastor Rudolph W. McKissick, Sr. in the ministry has been
at Bethel Baptist Institutional Church for the past ten years
and has been preaching for twenty years. He returned to
Bethel in 1995. He states, "Bethel is the greatest church on
the planet earth and there are yet untapped areas and
opportunities for greater ministry." During his tenure the
Membership has grown tremendously and at any given
Sunday throngs of believers answer the call for member-
ship during the services. He is partner with his father as
shepherds to the flock of believers. They both share as the
Senior Pastors of the oldest Baptist church in Florida.
"Under this leadership, the church has continued to stay on
the cutting edge of Kingdom ministry while maintaining
the traditions that have made this ministry what it has been
, through, the annals of time. Since Pastor MIcKissick's
return many ministries and programs have been birthed,
Such as a national recording choir, the Word and Worship
Mass Choir, which has recorded two national projects; pur-
Schased a hotel and conference center and transformed it
Into the Bethelite Christian Conference Center; among
many other exciting and transforming programs. Dr.
McKissick. Jr. has distinguished himself as a national
preacher and teacher. \\ ith a gif and passion for the teach-
ing of homiletics." states the Bethel Web site.
Married to Mrs. Kimberly Joy Nichols McKissick,
they are the proud parents of three beautiful children:
Jocelyn, Janai and Joshua.
This was indeed a fitting event for a servant. The com-
mittee members included: Oliver and Gloria Hawkins,
chairpersons; Mesdames Edythe Abdullah, Rita Scott,
and Tiffany Tisdale; Washington Bennefield, Lawrence
and Mrs. Kim Dennis, Omar and Mrs. Robin
Dickernson. Linwood and Mts. Kim Marshall, Ted and
Mrs. Zella Richardson; Cles and. Mrs. Sonia Roberts,
Vince and Mrs. Pat Sams, Merlin and Mrs. Nicole
Smith. Wyman and Mrs. Rosemary Winbush and Rev.
Corer' and Mrs. Veronica Brown put on a tremendously
marvelous celebration!

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


Pastor Rudolph W. McKissick speaks during his Tenth Anniversary Pastor McKissick, Jr. greets his 'spiritual brother' Pastor Randolph
Celebration. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.) Bracy. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr)


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Very proud parents, Pastor and Mrs. Rudolph McKissick, Sr. (Photo by
J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


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Congresswoman Corrine Brown speaks to Mrs. McKissick, Jr. follow-
ing her gift presentation to Pastor McKissick, Jr. (Photo by J. Carl
Davis, Sr.)


The Dais: Bishop and Mrs. Darryl Brister, Pastor and Mrs. McKissick, Jr. and Ms. LaVon Bracy, Esq. who was the Mistress of Ceremony..
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Pastor and Mrs. Rudolph W. McKissick, Jr. were all smiles yet humble as they listened to the accolades from the a rious speakers during the recent
tenth anniversary celebration. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Ms. Mary Smith with Morris and Mrs. Evelyn Ray Rogers. Ms.
Smith was among the guests at the Nationwide table sponsored by
The Rogeises. (Photo by J Carl Davis, Sr.) .


Anniversary Chairpersons Oliver and Mrs. Gloria Hawkins. (Photo
by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Lexi. from The Word Ner ork gave rousing musical selections during Mrs. Eugenia Brown with Leroy and Mrs. Jill Matthew s. (Photo by J.
the anniversary celebration. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.) Carl Davis, Sr.)

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'resident Trudie


(ibbe Reed Receives An


In Report Card Section Of Daytona News-Journal


Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed


Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed
receives one of three "A's"
awarded by editors of The
Daytona Beach News-
Journal.
In the "Report Card" sec-
tion of the journal, it
explains the vision and
thrust of Dr. Reed and how
she plans to orchestrate the
college and community to
work together so that all will
benefit.
Dr. Reed sees the need
for the business community


and the college to work
closely together. Through
her efforts and many com-
munity leaders, positive dia-
logue is taking place to
strengthen the business and
college communities'work-
ing relationship.
In the past, many resi-
dents and local business
owners near the college
were at a stalemate to move
forward. Residents and com-
munity business leaders
would not come to the cam-


'Be The Best'


pus. During the time when
Dr. Bethune was president
of the college, she held com-
munity meetings in the
chapel and all were invited
to attend on Sunday after-
noons.
Since becoming the
College's Fifth President,
Dr. Reed has worked dili-
gently to re-institute these
community meetings.
Through her efforts she has
begun a positive dialogue
between business owners,
residents, and the College.


After meeting with suc-
cess with the wider commu-
nity, Dr. Reed took her
efforts further this month.
She directly addressed the
somewhat soured relation-
ship between the college and
the nearby business commu-
nity.
Dr. Reed led a discussion
about how B-CC and the
business community could
improve entrepreneurial
opportunities and address
safety and beautification
issues.


Dr. Reed will continue to
follow up on improving the
relationship between the
College and local business
owners. She knows that one
meeting will not be enough.
Conversations will continue
to address improving the
relationship between the
college and business own-
ers. Also, look forward to
having Dr. Reed follow up
with proposals for an eco-
nomic partnership to build a
thriving business village
near the college campus.


New Sensor Will Help Guarantee Freshness


David Campbell, Assistant Principal; Angela Thompson, Teacher; David McDonald,
Assistant Principal; Bridget Hannah, Teacher; Attorney Willie Gary of Florida, Fred
witherspoon, School Volunteer and Program Organizer; Valisha Singleton, Teacher;
Attorney Sekou Gary, Kathryn Richardson, Principal; Kennteh Gary, PresidentlCEO of
the Gary Foundation pose for a photo during an education pep rally at Indian Land
Elementary/Middle School in Fort Mill, South Carolina. During an education pep rally
Attorney Willie E. gary encouraged students to "Be the Best". He spoke of his strug-
gles ingrowing up poor and the integral role education has played in his success.


GAINESVILLE, Fla. -
Grocers, florists and even
pharmacists may soon have
a better way to monitor the
quality of the products they
get from suppliers: a sensor
that will tell how long before
a product spoils or passes its
expiration date.
A team of University of
Florida engineering students
has designed and built a pro-
totype of the new smart sen-
sor, which can also record
and wirelessly transmit
information to ; retailers
about when and where
glitches occur as a product is
being shipped.
"We think this sensor
will make the perishable-
supply chain both safer and
more efficient," said Bruce
Welt, an assistant professor
of agricultural and biologi-
cal engineering and a faculty


adviser on the project.
"Hopefully, that will trans-
late into lower cost, better
quality products for con-
sumers."
Many shippers today are
reluctant to use disposable
tags or labels that turn color
or otherwise indicate if a
product has passed its prime.
One problem is that the tags
don't say when spoilage
occurred. Nor do they tell
whether "fresh" goods will
soon spoil. The former can
make it hard to decide who
is responsible when a
spoiled product arrives. The
latter can result in stores
stocking merchandise that
appears fine but quickly
goes bad.
Not only that, because
products have different
spoilage rates and tempera-
tures, the tags -have to have


contain different chemicals
or otherwise be tailored to
individual products. That
raises their cost and increas-
es the possibility of errors.
Shippers also rely on
temperature monitors that
indicate if, and by how
much, a product's recom-
mended trucking tempera-
ture has been exceeded.
That's a problem because
the devices may record
excessive temperature near,
only one pallet of manN pal-
lets stacked together in one
shipping container. That can
force the entire shipment to
be discarded even if most
remained very near or wvith-
in temperature guidelines.
"The reality is that for
small violations of these
temperatures, the products
are fine but get thrown a%\ay I
an\yay." Welt said.


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NAACP Pressing For Injustice Continues In Black Hollywood

Fairness In Upcoming As Estate Of Fred 'Re-Run' Is Exploited


New Orleans Elections
NEW ORLEANS The
NAACP has requested that
the Justice Department block
the upcoming mayoral elec-
"Y tion, claiming more must be
done to reach displaced city
residents, most of whom are
black.
The elections "cannot be
', .. conducted in a way that
i! would guarantee, or provide
r" "F some level of assurance, that
Substantial percentages of
African-Americans, substan-
Bruce Gordon tial percentages of New
Orleanians, in fact would be able to, vote," said Bruce S.
Gordon; president of the National Association for the'
Advancement of Colored People.
Louisiana's top election official,Secretary of State Al
Ater, strongly denounced Gordon's allegations.
"This will be the most accessible race in the history of
America," said Ater.
A federal judge has turned back challenges to the election
and pressed state officials to make sure it is held by the end
of April. But before the election can take place as scheduled
April 22, the Justice Department must give its blessing.
Gordon said the department is expected to rule this week,
but Eric Holland, a Justice Department spokesman, would
not comment.
Primary races for mayor and many other city positions
were originally scheduled for Feb. 4, but were pushed back
because so many polling stations were destroyed and elec-
tion workers and voters scattered by Hurricane Katrina.
In the city itself, there will be super-polling places on
election day that combine flooded-out precincts. Around
Louisiana, polling places will beset up for displaced voters
to cast early absentee ballots. Also, state workers will be
deputized to help local offices. Around the country, full-page
newspaper ads and television spots are being used to inform
voters how to vote by mail.
The NAACP says satellite polling stations should be set
up in cities outside Louisiana, especially in Houston and


Fred "Re-Run" Berry
BEVERLY HILLS, CA
(BlackNews.com)--In an
attempt to get answers on
why her late husband's sig-
nature has been forged on
contracts from
Sony/Columbia pictures,
Essie Berry, the widow of
70's sitcom icon, Fred "Re-
Run" Berry says she has no
other alternative but to
speak the truth 'and seek
legal action.
Essie Berry is naming
big names. Advised by
many industry professionals
not to reveal the truth of
what happened, Ms. Berry
calmly and respectively
responds, "if it is the truth,
why not tell it".
Ms. Berry has been
mourning her beloved hus-
band since his untimely
death in October of 2003 but
says enough is enough.
She is speaking out
against the exploitation of
her husband's name, like-


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ness and images on releases
of "What's Happening"
DVD's, family television
games sold at Wal-Mart
showcasing the late actor's
picture, and the release of
the iconic television show,
"What's Happening" on TV-
Land 'that starred her hus-
band, Fred Berry.
"There is no reason why
these shows or games
should be in stores or on tel-
evision because no one
came to me for permission
and our authorization," said
Ms. Berry.
"As the widow and
executor of his estate, this is
a violation. After some of
my own investigation, I
found forged and unautho-
rized contracts from
Sony/Columbia Pictures and
other entertainment compa-
nies in the industry that were
reviewed by a renowned sig-
nature expert -who "will
swear and testify under oath
that the documents are in
Survey Shows
Substantial Negative
Effect Of CDBG Cuts
WASHINGTON-- More
than five million low- and
m o d er at el -i n c onme
Americans will see signifi-
cant reductions in a range of
services provided to them as
a result of two years of cuts
to thq Community
Development Block Grant
(CDBG) program, according
to a sutnrve released by
members of a coalition to
preserve CDBG. The survey
found that hundreds of thou-
sands of senior citizens,
children, persons with spe-
cial needs and the homeless
will lose programs that
directly benefit .them.
Everything from housing
rehabilitation and homebuy-
er assistance programs to
job creation and projects to
reduce environmental con-
tamination and to construct
fire and public safety facili-
ties will be affected..
Highlights include:
-- Five million low- and
moderate-income people no
longer have access to pro-
,grams. funded through
CDBG, including 256,000
elderly, 391,000 children
and young people, 253,000
people with special needs,
and 196,000 homeless.
S-- 50,000 households
will no longer be assisted
through housing rehabilita-
tion programs, including
5.200 elderly.
-- 5,600 fewer business-
es, including 'minority-
owned businesses, will lose
support and the potential for
15.000 new\jobs will be lost.
-- 158 new water and
sewer projects serving
120,000 people would.be
'canceled or delayed, with
another 30 or more involv-
ing sites suspected with
environmental contamina-
tion postponed.
-- 303 new projects for
street improvements will be
canceled or delayed, and
127 projects to build com-
munity and neighborhood
centers for seniors, youth,
children, and the disabled
and handicapped will be
canceled or delayed, along
with 208 new parks and
recreational projects and 26
new fire stations and pur-


Chases of fire equipment.


fact forged".
Ms. Berry has been
advised to place the docu-
ments in an undisclosed
location for safe-keeping.
The contention of the
estate of Fred "Re-Run"
Berry is that the family
should be compensated for
the late actor's likeness and
image.
"Unfortunately, in the
billion-dollar entertainment
industry, our black actors
and black actresses are
always given the short end.
of the monetary stick, for
example look at how many
black people have stars in
Hollywood. Fred should be
on that 'Walk Of Fame'.
I'm not only fighting for the
estate and family of Fred
Berry, but I'm fighting for
all of those other widows
and children. of famous
actors and entertainers who
are getting robbed everyday
by the ,big entertainment
companies." said Berry.


Asked why she chose to
come out after two years of
silence, Ms. Berry simply
states, "I was tired of seeing
what they were doing with
my husband's likeness and
image and not compensating
his family for it. It's the
principal of the entire issue,
but more importantly it's
about the lies and vicious
cycle of exploitation that the
industry does to our black
actors and actresses".
Sources at both SAG and
Aftra have informed and
confirmed that no network
should have aired anything
without Ms. Berry's permis-
sion, as executor of Fred
Berry's estate.
The matter is currently
being investigated and hope-
fully will come to an amica-
'ble resolution. In the mean-
time, Essie Berry continues
to-fight for the justice for her
husband's legacy and the
injustices that continue
throughout Hollywood


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privacy. Not only did the Postal Ser ice retain the top spot
for the second year. customer satisfaction and trust scores
increased from the previous year.
Ponemon Institute LLC. an independent research and
education organization, surveyed more than 6,000
Americans on the level of confidence that they hae in the
many government agencies that routinely collect and use the
public's personal information. The Postal Service retained
the top spot with a privacy trust score of 82 percent. While
overall scores declined an average of 5 percent, the rating for
the Postal Service increased by four percentage points, the
study shows. The Postal Service scored eight points higher
than the IRS and 10 points higher than the Census Bureau.
Sthe only other federal agencies in contact with every
American. .

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Few Americans Getting Screened For Colon Cancer
BETHESDA. Md.. -- With screening and early detec-
tion, colon cancer can be prevented, but experts from the
American College of Gastroenterology warn that too few
Americans are getting screened. "We know that colon cancer
screening saves lives. Yet colorectal screening rates remain
very low even though Medicare and many private plans pay
for screening tests," explains Dr. Jack DiPalma, president of
the American College of Gastroenterology.
According to the American Cancer Society, an estimat-
ed 148,000 Americans, both women and men, are diagnosed
with colorectal cancer each year, and this year approximate-
ly 55,000 will die. However, many of these deaths could be
prevented through proper screening. Research indicates that
colon cancer arises from pre- cancerous growths or polyps
that grow in the colon. When detected early, these growths
or polyps can be removed, actually preventing the develop-
ment of colon cancer.
For normal risk individuals, the American College of
Gastroenterology recommends colonoscopy screening every
10 years beginning at age 50. An alternative strategy for
average risk individuals is an annual stool test for blood, and
a flexible sigmoidoscopic exam every 5 years, although
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of CIA files that were withheld from Congress and the public at that time, contributing to
the lingering controversies surrounding JFK's death.
The reason for all that secrecy was recently outlined in the San Francisco Chronicle (2-
26-06) by a former Mafia prosecutor for Attorney General Robert Kennedy, Ronald
Goldfarb. In a review of Ultimate Sacrifice, Goldfarb wrote that the US "had a secret plan
for a Cuban insider...to kill Fidel Castro on Dec. 1, 1963 -- just days after JFK's assassina-
tion.
It would be followed by an invasion of Cuba by Cuban exiles aided by the U.S. military.
It was managed off the books by Robert Kennedy and a select group of government officials
and the military.
The Mafia learned of it, and according to the authors, after the mob's furtive, aborted
plans to kill Kennedy weeks earlier in Chicago and Tampa failed, it had him killed in Texas,
knowing that our government could not disclose the real facts"--or risk a thorough investi-
gation--"without admitting its own provocative plans and risking nuclear retaliation."
Marking one of the first times someone who worked closely with John or Robert
Kennedy has praised a book dealing with JFK's assassination, Goldfarb added that the
"authors make the most of recently released classified papers," that the book's "findings are
remarkable" and that "it is an important new analysis, with credible new disclosures...and
important-information backing the theory that the Mafia was responsible for the death of
JFK."
As for why most journalists and historians aren't aware of the top secret JFK-CIA plan--
which the CIA code-named AMWORLD and completely withheld from Congress and the
Warren Commission--Liz Smith explains that the documentary based on Ultimate Sacrifice
will document "how the Secret Service destroyed crucial files covering the Tampa and
Chicago attempts in January 1995. And how there are still 'well over one million CIA
records' about the assassination that remain secret even to this day."
Further, Smith notes that the documentary "will offer the only TV interview in more than.
40 years with the first black presidential Secret Service agent, Abraham Bolden. Framed by"
members of the Chicago Mafia who had infiltrated JFK's secret Cuba plan, Bolden "was
arrested on the day he went to appear before the Warren Commission" staff, to tell them
about the Chicago and Tampa attempts against JFK, and other Secret Service laxity.
She writes that Bolden "has fought for a very long time to clear his name," after she was
sent to prison for six years. In those days, there were no laws to protect government whistle-
blowers, but information in the new documentary based on Ultimate Sacrifice explains how
Bolden was framed, and why government secrecy surrounding JFK's coup plan continues to
S impede the 71-year old former agent's quest for a pardon.
SBolden, JFK's secret coup plan, and the huge amount of material, which has been--and
still is--withheld from Congress was also part of the record for yesterday's hearing on gov-
ernment secrecy chaired by Rep. Christopher Shays.
These hearings focused on efforts by the CIA and the Defense: Intelligence Agency to
reclassify files that had already been released, and they followed an earlier hearing by Shays'
subcommittee that focused on the retaliation faced, by National Security Whistleblowers.
According to an official release, "Shays said recent reports of an ongoing program by the
CIA and DIA to remove previously declassified documents from the National Archives are
part of larger problem. 'Secrets are kept to protect the national security,' he said, 'not to pre-
vent embarrassment or protect Cold War bureaucrats from history's judgment."'
However, even Rep. Shays and the subcommittee were stymied when--as reported in the .
Cleveland Plain Dealer--"the National Archives on Tuesday refused to give members of
Congress key details of a program that resulted in the secret reclassification of thousands of
previously public documents because the Pentagon has decided the reasons for the initia-
tive should be' secret." Written testimony was provided for the record of Shays' Hearing by
Lamar Waldron, one of the authors of Ultimate Sacrifice. Waldron noted that "it seems odd
that agencies like the CIA would be reclassifying files before ever explaining to Congress*

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Yet another former Principal, Dr. Ken Brockington said that he promised Coach Wilkes
ahd Ribault that the gym would have AC. No more hot days in our gym!
During the reflections at the home going service, the first black principal at Ribault, Dr..
Alvin White, speaks out concerning the younger days of Bernard Wilkes. Dr. White was also
his godfather and coach. Dr. White said that in order to make his players better, he \would
demand that each player tie his right hand behind his back at basketball practice. This would
teach them to use their left hand. A young Wilkes came to Coach White and said, "We don't
like this kind of practice, tying our right hand behind our backs." Coach White asked Wilkes
if he was speaking for himself or for the whole team. Wilkes responded by sa. ing that he \as
speaking for the whole team. Coach White said to Wilkes, "Let me add some more tL ing our
'hand behind your back!" This made Wilkes an even-handed and better player. What a true
Sand profound story!
.Dr. White alsq shared that when it was time for Wilkes to attend college, it seemed that
no college would accept him'as a basketball player because he was too small to play.the
guard, position. Even Dr. White's almia mater, FAMU would not give the young Wilkes a
chance. So Coach White invested $55 to help Wilkes along the way to Shaw College. It
worked out for oung Wilkes. Dr. White stated that this $55 was his best investment ever in
the most talented Wilkes.One of the most touching stories of all was when Augusta Georgia's
Payne College Athletic Director and basketball coach, Ron Spry spoke on the behalf of his
good friend, Bernard Wilkes. .
According to a lot of people, Coach Spry and Wilkes resembled each other. They even
spoke alike, and had mannerisms and characteristics alike. After hearing this.so often from
Ribault's players, Coach Spry had to know who this Coach Wilkes was. They eventually met.
,and became the best of friends. During the memorial service, Coach Spry would mimic
Coach Wilkes, and amazingly, he sounded just like Coacli Wilkes. Over the years, both
coaches attended the NCAA Final Four Championship.
S Many of Wilkes former players spoke out about their beloved coach. But the one that lin-
gered in everyone's heart was the story of the Jackson and Ribault game that was played in.
Tallahassee, FL. The Trojans beat the Tigers in every regular season game that year. But the
game was difficult. Thle officials kept telling Coach Wilkes to shut up ind sit down or they
were going to throw him out of the ,game. During half time, Ribault was loosing by 20 points
or more. Coach Wilkes took his team to the locker room. But he was in the corner crying.
When his players noticed, they all cried together about the way the officials, spoke to Wilkes.
Afteri half time, and the Trojans got back on the court, they beat the Jackson Tigers once
again!
Coach John Stafford stated that Wilkes brought good times between him and. his friends.
He.brought a lot' of joy to Ribault. Coach Wilkes was so well thought of, that when Wilkes
son called one of Bernard's former classmates and friend to. inform him that his dad had


passed, the renowned attorney Willie Gary flew into town to attend Wilkes home going serv-
ices.. Atty. Willie Gary spoke for approximately seven' minutes and electrified the crowd
about how he felt about loosing his friend and colleague.
But let's'not forget Bernard's nickname, 'Triple Threat Wilkes." His teams often came in
3D; three teanik on the bench to coach-all of them could play. They'll press you until you fall
'apart! No one said it better than the Wolf pack's Coach Bruce Rosebrock. Playing against a
Wilkes coached team was 32 minutes of hell! You've got to have your team ready to play
their style of defense and that's not easy to do!Another of Wilkes first team players of the
class of 76, Wendell McTeer, stated that he asked someone in the main office to have the
words, "WE LOVE YOU COACH WILKES" placed, on the billboard outside at the school's
S entrance. To top it all off, one of Wilkes' first team players, class of 76, Greg Cohens sug-
gested three years ago to come together and give Coach Wilkes a tribute while he was alive.
ell, we missed tat opportunity.

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and the public why crucial records from 1963 about covert operations to assassinate Castro
that were infiltrated by the Mafia were'withheld from so many Congressional committees."
Waldron noted those .overt plans "had been infiltrated by associates of the two Mafia god-
fathers" which an earlier Congressional committee found "had the motive and'means to assas-
sinate JFK"--and that both godfathers had "confessed their roles in JFK's death to associates,"
according to FBI and Congressional files.
Waldron noted that even though several Congressional committees had investigated the
efforts of JFK and the CIA to eliminate Castro in the 1963, the largest such plan--code-named
AMWORLD by the CIA--had been withheld from those committees.
In fact, "the recently-declassified term AMWORLD has never appeared in any
Congressional report and did not appear in print for the public until November 2005" when
the named and several AMWORLD documents were printed-in Ultimate Sacrifice.With
Congress and the public learning for the first time about so much that has been--and contin-
ues to be--withheld, Waldron says he hopes these dramatic new disclosures "may finally lead
to new'efforts to release the huge number of remaining JFK files and bring new attention to.
the tragic case of former Secret Service agent Bolden."

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It is understood that Lamar's hip and leg may be broken but the hospital is no
longer able to release information especially since the investigation is so critical.
Last year, several young black males were killed who had had several criminal inci-
dents.
JSO said that they have interviewed several witness and are continuing to follow
up on leads. They are seeking the help of the community and reminding the readers
that any information provided will remain anonymous. The numbers to call are:
(904) 630-0500 or Crime Stoppers at (1-866-845-TIPS). MAD DADS said that
regardless of what is in a person's past, the shootings and killings must stop and are
still begging the community to "rekindle the love."

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induced by the slightest amusements to sit up till midnight, or later, though knowing he must be out
with the first dawn of the morning. ....Their griefs are transient: Those numberless afflictions, which
render it doubtful whether heaven has given life to us in mercy or in wrath, are less felt, and sooner for-
gotten with them. In general, their existence appears to participate more. of sensation than reflec-
tion......"
Jefferson was relentless in his negative depiction of blacks as musical animals who lack reasoning
abilities with little imagination. Jefferson's nineteenth century view was typical in white America.
Many abolitionists, while believing that sla\ ery "as wrong, felt Blacks to be an inferior people. Many
blacks derive feelings of inferiority and worthlessness from the generational curse passed down' with
slavery. Many in fact accept that legalized slavery.is. over without pondering whatithe era did to the
enslaved and their posterity. Slavery was introduced in America in the- 1600's and ended in 1865.
The murder rate among the sons of former slaves is but a symptom of a group of citizens who often
lack direction and a sense of purpose in America. This is especially true among the citizens who are
poor. Many of us have not been taught what legitimate role to have in society. Without knowing the
average ages of Jacksonville's murder victims or its murder suspects, I would venture to guess that a
majority of both categories are less than 30 years of age. In this group, life itself is unimportant and
there is no (better) tomorrow.
Many youth get caught up in the street cycle. There are few employment opportunities, so.the temp-
tation to get involved in illicit activities for financial reward and for peer acceptance is ever present. I'
would guess that in some areas of the north" est quadrant (a community heavily populated by Blacks)
that unemployment among this group of citizens can be as high as 25%. Many find that the hope for
fame through sports is slim to none. There are fe\\ opportunities for poor and middle class black males
who simply are running out of answers. Some find the answer in academia and in the trades. Some
mentally overcome, some never will.
I For those that simply circum to the streets, some gave up on life early, on. Many simply dropped
out of middle or high school. Once they were in the street life and eventually became criminal statis-
tics (felons), they were often not only unemployed, but also unemploy able They eritered the vicious
c cle of being in and out of prison. The) continue to threaten us all. More prisons don't seem to be the
answer.
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The work of a college campus community leader is no walk in the park either. Leading the African
American Student Union, I experience the race relations of those who we can safely say are among the
future leaders. Many of us will be leaders of this comniunirt As a minority leader it is safe to sa\ the
pressure is on. Young black.wonmen in particular have to realize that the opposition ofthe infamous
"glass ceiling" is against us. I'm here toproclaim though, that glass isn't strong enough to hold us back
The crime rates are consistent among our peers, and the world is ready to shut the door of hope
because often things get a little bit "orse before the\ get better.
We are making strides toward a better future. The older generations four fathers and grandfathers).
are worried about the future of our communities. TheN'%e entrusted us with the very legacy of equali-
t. that the\ fought for and man\ of us simply just don't understand. This lack of understanding is in
part because there is a sense of hopelessness in the hearts of so man3 Hopelessness that started with
that loss of identir\ formulated among the blacks ripped from their families, dispersed among the
Americas. and told the\ \iere nothing. To be furthered b. a society ofconser\ati\es and liberals \\ho
each have a piece of the solution but\ don'tt come together in formulating a resol e, as Princeton Scholar
Cornell West puts it.
SBut the hopelessness currently expressed bN our brothers and sisters' is not'the end. I refuse to
believe that. As long as there is a God who sits high and looks lo%,. I will never say that there is no
hope for a better tomorrow. Not all youth have accepted the situations that represent "nou'" as how
things will be forever. I have learned to accept the responsibility for my neighbors, especially those
within my age bracket. We are the essence of the hope for tomorrow% When asked the question "Am I
my brother's keeper?" my answer is simple, 'Why else wouldd I be occupational operating and prepar-
ing as T am today?'!
Many of my college colleagues and I have made a vow to ensure that the tomorrow of all people
especially those formerly openly oppressed, who are still in many ways experiencing a more com-
pressed form of it; is not as grim as it always has.been. We accept the challengeof mentoring the lit-
tle children. Many of us will be active in law, thereby ensuring safety and providing equal governance
of the statues. by which we are constrained as citizens. Maybe then v ill theprisons be more propor-
tionate to the percentages represented within the general populations. And there will not be a pressing
need to build more prisons. We anticipate establishing our businesses in the communities we came
from.' We Will be active in the reconstruction processes of the very near future,;because we know that
this development of our communities is the key to a promising future n' ith less crime and a place for
us all.
As for now, we are getting our education, learning more about our society, valuing and acting upon
the information we obtain; Understanding our history is a vital element to overcoming the chains that
were designed to keep us bound. We will never forget.
, Recognizing the status of the present is perhaps a greater challenge but I stand among those not
afraid to take the challenge. So are my peers at UNF who are from a variety of backgrounds, both the
majority and several minorities. We acknowledge that there are shortcomings among.us, but ask the
world to see the shortcomings that it has brought forth as vell. Sometimes it's easier to see how some-
one else is failing without reverencing where we are.
With the assurance fromiboth ends of the spectrum, I believe that tomorrow stands a much better
chance than we qualify it to. I am looking forward to the change in newspaper headlines. As develop-
ment takes route, I believe perceptions will change along with the clear-cut evidence of reality.
Very few people still accept the perceptions of race that our founding fathers accepted to be -accu-
rate, but the residue still rest on the walls of this nation, this state and in this city. There is a desperate
need for a clean .up crew and I am here toiprove that the youth are willing to join.
"Unity is our Strength" is the motto of the organization I represent. The African American Student
Union is an agency of Student Government at UNF. This is a wonderful depiction of how government
closely relates to the cultural enrichment of a diverse community of people. "How can I help?"
Hopefully, I already am and will continue as I constantly pursue opportunities to make a difference. If
you have an upcoming opportunity please involve the youth. We're ready to be pro-active. We are


headed in the right direction and believe that there is a purpose God has placed here for us.

At what point do we challenge the stereotype of the inferiority of our communities or the inferior-
ity of our neighborhood schools. At what point do we fight for the notion that we too are smart and
attractive. At what point do we accept that we can be positive contributing citizens that nurture our
youth and provide for our families. True community development dictates that we solve this dilemma.
So what must I do? Well, I believe that I must first atone for my own past errors. I must work with
my offspring to-teach them that they too are as special as anyone else. I must treat each person, as I
desire to be treated. Our values as individuals are the same, regardless of our various races. Each cit-
izen brings different talents to the table of society. Each part of the puzzle is important to make the
whole picture. Lastly, respect everyone and demand no less for one self.
The indictment for the causes for murder in our communities is deeply rooted in the American expe-
rience. The fault is both black and white. There is an emergency moral call for action. It seeks under-
standing, planning, and quite frankly........prayer.
So, Jacksonville is in the middle of another study on "Race Relations", how about starting at the
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From left, Kelley Madden, Marc Morial, Dr. Richard Danford and Wilfredo Gonzalez.


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TOP FRAME: Gospellhip-hop artist Kirk Franklin performs for a capacity audience
on March 10 at the Times-Union Center for Performing Arts in Jacksonville.
Franklin's "herp Tour" also featured Mary Mary. BOTTOM FRAME: Kirk Franklin
honors Rev. Elwyn Jenkins,. Pastor Tru-Way Crch of The Risen Christ as a
"Hometown Heroe". (PHOTOS BY ANGELA LEE)

Jacksonville Enjoys 'Hero Tour'

By K. Mishell Glejn

irk Franklin kicked. off his
"Hero Tour" in Cleveland
on February 28 in support
of the. gospel/hip-hop
artist's latest CD Hero. Hero debuted
at No. 1 on both the Billboard Top
Gospel Album and Top Christian
albums charts. On March 10 the tour
stopped by Jacksonville at the Times-
Union Center for Performing Arts.
Accompanying him was the
Grammy winning sisters duo, Mary
Mary, in support of their 2005 self-
titled release.
The texas-born Kirk Franklin
made his recording debut with 1993's
"Kirk Franklin & The Family," which
went on to spend 100 weeks at the top
of Billboard's Gospel chart. t.
The crossover smash hit also
'became the first gospel-oriented
album to sell one million copies.
Franklin states "It's just been
beautiful, being able to use entertain-
ment as a tool to get people excited
about hearing the gospel, we're just
this supporting cast to support there Kirk Franklin
star. 'Cuz it's all about Christ.
Everything that we do is about showing the world how wonderful...and just incredible
this love that God has for us. And talking about jesus in a wat that's real cool for the
kids. And getting people excited about faith again. It's great."
After receiving a Best Gospel Performance nomination last month from the 2006
Grammy Awards for his #1 hit single "Looking For You," Kirk Franklin decided to give
back to the community by celebrating and honoring "hometown heroes" in cities where
he performed.
Rev. Elwyn Jenkins, Pastor, of Tru-Way Church of the Risen Christ was given the
honor for Jacksonville.
Franklin's performance was truly electrifying and refreshing. The Jacksonville com-
i.munity now knows who the Hero truly is.


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AND SUPPORTING THE FLORIDA STAR!
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From left, Wilfredo Gonzalez, U.S. SBA District Director; Kevin Hyde, Jacksonville's
City Councl President; Jacqueline Williams, Director of Housing, Urban League; Kelly
Madden, Wachovia regional President; Dr. Richard Danford, President, Jacksonville
Urban League; Councilwoman Mia Jones, Jacksonville; Marc Morial, CEO, National
Urban League, and Charles Reynold, Director of the Jacksonville EEC.


From left, Paul Arrington, Charles Reynolds and Jackie
Perry.


The Jacksonville Urban
League has been designated
as one of five national pilot
centers for the creation of an
Economic Empowerment
Center (EEC) funded in part
through the National Urban
League, the Ewing
Kauffman Foundation, the
Business Roundtable, the
National Economic Council,
the U.S. Small Business
Administration and the
Department of Commerce's
Minority Business
Development Agency.
Local business executive
Charles Reynolds will be
Director of the center.
The new Center is in
partnership with the Urban
Entrepreneur Partnership
(UEP), a program that was
announced initially by the
National Urban League in


October 2004.
Once operational the
Jacksonville Center ,will
provide business training,
. coaching, access to nation-
wide financing, and procure-
Sment opportunities to minor-
ity and urban business own-
ers in the Jacksonville area.
Business owners may
also benefit from access to
$127.5 million. in New
Market Tax Credits adminis-
tered through the National
Urban League/Stonehenge
Capital Empowerment
Fund.
The Jacksonville Urban
League's launch of its EEC
comes at a time when minor-
ity businesses are being
established at an increasing
pace.
According to Census
Bureau data, the number of


black-owned businesses in
the U.S. nearly doubled in
just a decade, to nearly 1.2
million in 2002 from
620,000 in 1992.
The five pilot centers
were established to provide
a central location to assist
minority businesses to reach
their next-level of growth
and development. Similar
centers have been estab-
lished in Kansas City,
Cleveland, Atlanta and
Cincinnati.
"The establishment of
our five pilot centers,
including the launch of the
Jacksonville EEC, reflects
our strong-belief that sup-
porting and growing minori-
ty entrepreneurship and
businesses are key avenues
.to creating wealth," said
Marc Morial, President and
CEO, National Urban
League. "Our partners have
set an ambitious goal of
establishing even more of
these one-stop centers in
communities nationwide
and we're hoping to take our
lessons-learned and build on
their successes for the
future."
The Jacksonville EEC
will launch with about 20
resource partners that

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

Dear Deanna!
My grandmother raised me because my parents were
crack addicts. Now that I'm older, I want to see my mother.
I'm in the middle of a war because my grandmother feels
betrayed and my mother wants a second chance. I'm grateful
and appreciative, but I can't hate my mother. I'm trying to do
the right thing but my grandmother has threatened to evict
me and disown me if I reach out to my mother. What do I do?
Anonymous (Omaha, NE)

Dear Anonymous:
You're the baby of the bunch that can teach growth and wisdom to these ladies. Your
grandmother wants to protect you from further harm but she's taking the wrong approach.
She's possessive because with a mother on crack, there are plenty of things you were too
young to see or remember. Ask your grandmother to partner with you as you reach out
and seek to seal and heal the triangle together.

Dear Deanna!
I tossed my future wife out of the house in the middle of the night. My family is tak-
ing her side because she told them about an old affair I had. However, she failed to men-
tion I walked in and a strange man was asleep in my bed. I only wanted her to be.honest
about this man right then and there. She never came up with a good reason so I kicked
her out immediately. I'm confused because she wants to return. Should I give her anoth-
er chance?
Tony (Orlando, FL)

Dear Tony:
She's playing you left and right and that's why you can't see straight. Unless you just
fell off the turnip truck, the man in your bed was there for a reason. You did the right thing
by getting her out of the house on the spot. You always have the option of staying and
faking it since you're both cheaters. But you should keep it real and get out of this rela-.
tionship'with the lottery approach and tell your fiance' "Don't play me, play Lotto!"

Dear Deanna!
I have a small habit of hitting my husband. It's always playful but recently, he said
he's going to start hitting back. I didn't think anything of it until I slapped him in the back
because he wasn't listening to me. He caught me off guard and hit me so hard that I lost
my breath. This has caused a problem because he won't apologize and I feel abused. I'm
looking at him differently and wonder is this a warning my husband is physically abu-
sive?
Camille (Pasadena, CA)
Dear Camille:
He's not abusive. As a matter of fact, he's tired of you beating on him and taking it
lightly because you're a woman. He gave you fair warning but when he put your lights
out you wanted to cry because you didn't get your way. If he wasn't physical before, dur-
ing or after marriage, there's not much there. If it was that bad, you would've called the
authorities. In the future, remember and respect his warning and keep your hands to your-
self.
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By Andrea K. Franklin


Fashion and style have always been something that
I hold dear. Having great style has nothing to do with
how much one's clothing costs, where it was pur-
chased, or even how trendy it is. Innate style comes
from simply the everyday things that one does to make
themselves feel great! Here are a few style tips to
carry you through your day:

1. Smile as often as possible, you will feel the differ-
ence.


2. Allot personal time for your hobbies, goal setting and personal planning.

3. Do not,leave home without looking your absolute best!

4. Be prepared for emergencies (i.e. spills, car accident, lost.keys or wallet)

5. Invest in QUALITY skincare and haircare products (ladies AND gentlemen).

6. Protect your skin from overexposure to the sun! (yes, we can get sunburned,
and even skin damage too!)

7. Take advantage of free gifts and mall promotions, you never know when you
may discover a new product or store that you truly love.

8. Pamper yourself at least once per month, you're worth it (i.e. visit the spa, get
hair and nails professionally done, get a facial, visit the gym).

9. Follow the beauty commandments; you do remember them, right?

10. ALWAYS read the latest issue of the Florida Star!

Fashionably Speaking...love yourself!


If You Were Impacted by

Hurricane Katrina or Rita,
You May be Eligible for Help from FEMA.


The deadline to register for
FEMA assistance is March 11, 2006.


There are a number of disaster programs for which you
may be eligible. The programs include: temporary
housing assistance, replacement grants for serious

disaster related needs and home repair not covered by
private insurance, or other assistance programs including

low-interest disaster loans through the U.S. Small
Business Administration. You do not need to complete a

loan application with the SBA to be considered for
FEMA's temporary housing assistance Or funds

for certain other disaster related needs you may have.


Call FEMA to register or go online
1-800-621-FEMA (6:00 a.m. Midnight daily EST)
TTY 1-800-462-7585
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Disaster recover assistance is available without regard to race, color, sex,
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CBS Sunday Morning Commentator To Speak


At Florida Community College Women's Center Fundraiser


Nancy Giles, actress and
popular guest commentator
on the Emmy Award-win-
ning "CBS Sunday
Morning," will be the fea-
tured speaker at a Florida
Community College
Rosanne R. Hartwell
Women's Center event on
April 11. "An Evening with
Nancy Giles: Finding You!"
will be held at the Omni


Jacksonville Hotel, 245
Water St., from 5:30 to 8:00
p.m.
Nancy Giles has been
called funny, perceptive and
provocative observer of
today's world. She has
made her mark dismantling
misconceptions about race,
sexism, feminism and popu-
lar culture with her social
commentaries on "CBS


Sunday Morning."
In her keynote presenta-
tion, Giles will use her wit,
wisdom and commanding
presence to embolden par-
ticipants to find the power of
their unique voices.
"I want to make people
laugh and I want to entertain
them, but I also want to pro-
voke thought and discus-
sion," said Giles. The event


Child Abuse Prevention Conference


Expands To Two Days At UNF


Professionals and para-
professionals dedicated to
stomping out the horrors of
child abuse, maltreatment,
abandonment, neglect, and
abduction are gathering for
the 13th Annual Child
Abuse Prevention Awards
Luncheon and' Conference
sponsored by First Coast
Family Center.
For the first time in its
history, the conference will
expand to a two-day pro-
gram.
Ten international, nation-
al, and state speakers who
specialize in the protection
of children and youth will be


showcased during the con-
ference.
The two-day event will
be held at the University of
North Florida, University
Center on Monday, April 3,
and Tuesday, April 4, from
8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Duval CAPTF members,
Laura .Lane, Ph.D. and
Leslie allen, M.S., LCSW,
worked with the First Coast
Family Center conference
committee to identify and
contact exemplary speakers
to present at the conference
on Day One.
"Expanding to two days
was a result of the Task


Force's identification of
need for Northeast Florida
to have more, evidence-
based, Child Abuse
Prevention information and
programming available,"
said Julie Besley,' Program
Director of Parenting
Partners, a First Coast
Family Center program that
develops community collab-
orations between profes-
sionals and agencies that
serve families in Duval
County.
First Coast Family
Center (FCFC) Executive
Director, Sallie O'Hara, said
the agency is encouraging


the participation of "parents
at large" this year in addition
to the participation of neigh-
borhood leaders such. as
Building Captains in apart-
ment communities, Sunday
school teachers, neighbor-.
hood residents focused on
helping local families, Boy
Scout and Girl Scout lead-
ers, grandparents, raising
grandchildren, mentors, and
volunteers.
For additional confer-
ence information or to regis-
ter for the Full Conference,
log on to ww&w.fcfcenter.org
or contact Ken Rogers at the
,FCFC at 904/348-3251 x22 1.


American Diabetes Association Holds Fourth


Annual Diabetes Exposed Program


The American Diabetes
Association will hold its
fourth annual Diabetes
Exposed program, presented
by Blue Cross Blue Shield
of Florida on Saturday, April

This event will be held
from 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. at
the Bethelite Conference
Center, located near down-
town Jacksonville, at 5865
Arlington Expressway.
Admission is $5 at the
door, parking is free, and
children 12 and under are
free. A $1.00 off admission
coupon will be available if
you call the ADA office.
The objective of the
Diabetes Exposed program
is to educate participants on
how to live a better life with
diabetes, with the most cur-
rent information on diabetes
diagnosis. prevention, inter-


vention and treatment.
The program is a one day
trade show or conference for
people with diabetes and
their caregivers.
The event will provide
cooking and : exercise
demonstrations, free health
screenings, exhibits and
vendors featuring the latest
products and services, excit-
ing lectures, product and
food samples, and activities
for children and more.
SMedical professionals
will also be available to
answer questions.
To date, more than 20,
million Americans--includ-
ing nearly 100,000 in the
jacksonville area--have dia-
betes.
Currently, the American
Diabetes Association offers
many programs and special
event findraisers in the


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include public, private and non-profitorganizations from the
Jacksonville area. "This is a very interdependent program
that draws on multiple resources from the community." said
Charles Reynolds, Director of the Jacksonville EEC. "Our
goal is to work closely w ith our local and national resource
partners to ensure that we're helping each other to create as
many success stories as possible."
The Jacksonville Urban League is located at 903 West.
Union Street in Jacksonville. For application and criteria
information, Mr. Reynolds can be reached at 904-366-6495.


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more information by calling
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Downtown Action Plan

Committee Formed
-. .*


City Councilwoman Suzanne Jenkins has announced the
formation of a "Downtown Action Plan Committee".
The committee is comprised of downtown's business,
government and community leaders and will meet every
Monday beginning March 20.
All Downtown Action Plan Committee meetings are,
open to the public and will be publicly notice in compliance
with the State of Florida's sunshine laws. All interested par-
ties are encouraged to attend.
Meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. at City
Hall, Suite 425, Conference Room A, 117 W. Duval St.
"I.thought it was important that a special committee be
assembled that can review the ideas presented on streetscape
and connectivity," said Jenkins. "It is my goal that in three
months this group will have assessed the most effective path
for downtown's sidewalk/street/park revitalization. Once
\we have that we can really get things happening down here
right now. By having recommendations ready in June, we,
can lobby for dollars in next year's budget to begin.the
process of creating a streetscape and pedestrian connectivity
for a vibrant downtown."
Committee members are:
Jim Bailey, President of Bailey'Publishing and
Communications and Downtown Design Review Committee
member; Kevin Connor, member of downtown advocate
group Metro-Jacksonville; Ennis Davis, member of down-
town advocate group Metro-Jacksonville; Chris Flagg,
Landscape Architect and President of Flagg Designs and
Downtown Design Review Committee member; Tri Vu,
President of TTV Architect and Building Codes Adjustment
Board member; Steven Dare, owner of downtown restaurant
Boomtown 'Theatre and Coffee Salon; Anna Dooley,
Executive Director of Greenscape.
City of Jacksonville members:
Suzanne Jenkins, City Council Member District 4; Ron
Barton, Executive Director of the Jacksonville Economic
Development Commission; John Culbreth, Director of the
Department of Parks, Recreation, Entertainment and
Conservation; Alan Mosley, Chief Operating Officer; and
Mike Saylor, Director of the Department of Planning and
Development.
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fundraising initiative devel-
oped to help remove finan-
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Women's Center.
Scholarship dollars gen-
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COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

announcementss. meetings. happenings. and community'
events scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
SAN MARCO ART FESTIVAL RETURNS TO
SQUARE FOR 9TH YEAR-San Marco Art Festival
returns to San Marco Boulevard on Saturday. April I and
Sunday April 2 from 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.. transforming
the quaint Mediterranean-style town into an expansive out-
door art gallery. The event is free and open to the public.
Fine art on display will include copper sculptures, hand-
crafted fine jewelry. functional and decorative pottery,
original paintings, photography and much more. All
works on exhibit are original one-of-a-kind pieces. The
9th Annual San Marco Art Festival will be held outdoors
along San Marco Boulevard at Hendricks Avenue. For
more information call (954) 472-3755 or visit www.artfes-
tival.com.
BBQ COOK-OFF-Pastor Jenkins and the Youth
Department of the Tru-Way Church of the Risen Christ
will host their first BBQ Cook-Off on March 25, from
Noon to 4:00 p.m. The address is 2297 Edison Avenue.
The tickets are $5 for a sample of ribs or chicken, baked
beans, potato salad, and sweet potato pie. Drinks, pop-
corn, nachos, and ice cream will' be sold separately. For
ticket information, please contact the church at 904- 791-
9912.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH TO BE PICTURE PER-
FECT WITH ART-Framed \with the Atlantic Ocean and
beach sands, the 12th Annual Ponte Vedra Beach Art
Festival brings more than 150 artists from throughout the
country to Sawgrass Village on Saturday. April 22 and
Sunday. April 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is free
and open to the public. Recently recognized by Money
Magazine as "the Best Place to Live in Florida," Ponte
Vedra Beach lends the perfect setting for the area's most
anticipated art events of the year. the 12th Annual Ponte
Vedra Beach Art Festival is juried, meaning only artists
and crafters with the highest quality work and most appeal-,
ing displays are accepted. While the artists travel from
throughout the country to participate, three of the talents
hail from nearby Ponte Vedra. Lee-Margaret Borland will
bring breathtaking landscape and wildlife photography;
Ted Head will showcase painted works; and Laura
Williams will display stunning acrylic paintings. For more
information call (954) 472-3755 or visit
wvw.artfestival.com.
MAYOR PEYTON'S BOOK CLUB MEMBERS
INVITED TO MUSEUM HOP- Jacksonville Mayor
John Peyton and the Jacksonville Children's Commission
invite all Mayor Peyton's Book Club members to the sec-
ond annual Museum Hop, a reading celebration at four
Jacksonville museums on Saturday, March 25, 10 a.m. 2
p.m. Locations are Jacksonville Museum of Science and
History (MOSH), 1025 Museum Circle:The Ritz Theatre
& LaVilla Museum, 829 N. Davis St.; Jacksonville
Museum of Modern Art (JMOMA), 333 N. Laura St.; and
The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, 829 Riverside
Ave. All families with current Mayor's Book Club mem-
bers will receive free admission to four Jacksonville muse-
ums. The event, which corresponds to the members'
March book, "We're Going to the Jacksonville Museums!",'
will feature literacy-themed activities, crafts and story
times throughout the day. A free trolley service will run
between each museum from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every 10
minutes. Families are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch
or purchase concessions from vendors in Friendship
Fountain Park (next to MOSH) or Hemming Plaza (next to
JMOMA).
CRAMPS WALK- Project Reach Foundation will kick-
off its next CHAMPS Walk on April 8, 10:00 am 12:00
Noon (Orientation is from 9:45 a.m. 10:00 a.m.) at
Ribault Middle School located at 3610 Ribault Scenic
Drive. The public is invited to join Project Reach
Foundation as participants walk door-to-door and help
disseminate community resource information and encour-
age parental involvement in schools. The organization-
partners with community-based and faith-based organiza-
tions to promote education and community resources for
families it serves. RSVP: 721-0042.
AEROBATICS, .WARBIRDS AND MILITARY AIR-
CRAFT TO FILL SKIES ABOVE ANCIENT CITY-
Ari aerial extravaganza featuring performances by top aer'
obatic pilots, classic warbirds, military demonstrations/
and fascinating aviation displays will thrill visitors to their
St. Augustine Air Show, May 6-7, at the St. Augustine
Airport. The event brings high performance excitement to
the skies above the nation's oldest city. Aerobatics will be
featured at the show, with solo performances by some of
the very best in the business.
Art at (904) 296-1414 for additional information.,

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Black College


Teams Not So


Lucky In March Madness Brackets


It never fails. Whenever the seeding s and brackets are
determined for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship
Tournament, you can be sure that historically black college
teams won't get the luck of the draw.
No matter how the brackets are drawn, black college
teams always are thrown to the big tournament wolves in the
opening round
Aargh! It's pure March Madness Just ask Southern and
Hampton Universities. Hampton, the 2006 Mid-Eastern
Athletic Conference (MEAC) was matched with Monmouth,
in a "play in" game in Dayton, Ohio. The winner would
move on to a tournament game against a No.1 seed
Villanova on March 17.
Southern University, the 2006 Southwestern Athletic
Conference Championship (SWAC) were scheduled to
Atlantic Coast Conference power Duke University on March
16. Duke is the top overall seed in the 2006 NCAA
Tournament.
Playing their fifth game in seven days Hampton
University allowed Monmouth to jump out to an early lead
and eventually cruise to a 71-49 victory in the opening round
game of the 2006 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament
Tuesday, March 15 in Dayton, Ohio.
.With the loss the Pirates finished the season 16-16, and
bowed out of the tournament. The 16 th seeded Ha\wks (19-
14) moved on to play No. 1 seed Villanova on Friday.
Defensive intensity helped the Pirates make a run at their
third Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship bN
winning four games in four days. but it \\as evident earl\ on
that Hampton was fatigued against Monmouth and it cost
them.
Withthe score tied at 14 with 8:15 to plan in the first half.
the Hawks mounted a three-point assault to blow the game
wide open. Chris KennN opened the barrage \\ith three con-
secutive baskets from behind the arc, and Dejan Delic and
Mike Shipman added their own three-pointers to gi\e
Monmouth a 35-20 lead at the half. Led b\ Kenn\'s fi\e
three-pointers, the Hawks finished the half 7-of-13 from
deep, while the Pirates struggled offensiveIl making just 7-
of-30 field goal attempts.
The Pirates cut the Ha\wks' lead to 12 (37-25) on a three-
pointer b) senior Jeff Granger (10 points) with 18:44
remaining, but that \\as as close as Hampton would get.
Marques Alston and Delic again responded with shots from
deep and the Monmouth lead \\as soon back up to 20 points.
From there the Northeast Conference champion Haw\ks
took advantage of the wearv Pirates bN repeatedly) beating
them \ith back door cuts and controlling the Hampton


offense with a matchup zone.
Kenny finished with a game-high 20 points, while Delic
and Shipman added 14 and 11 respectively.
For Hampton MEAC Tournament MVP Rashad West
was the leading scorer with 14 points and Jaz Cowan added
12 and a team-high nine rebounds
At press time, The Southern University Jaguars (19-12)
were scheduled to take their season-high six game winning
streak into the back yard of the ACC Champion Duke Blue
Devils (30-3) in the first round of the 2006 NCAA
Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro,
N.C. The was Game televised live by CBS. It would be


the first ever meeting between Southern and Duke.
Southern, the SWAC regular season and tournament
champion entered as the #16 seed.. Southern defeated
Arkansas-Pine Bluff 77-44, to earn the Southwestern
Athletic conferences automatic bid. It is Southern's first trip
to the NCAA Tournament since 1993, when the Jags upset
GA Tech in the first round.
Duke entered the 2006 NCAA Tournament coming off of
a 78-76 win over Boston College, to repeat as ACC
Champions, the team's seventh in the last eight seasons.
Also in Greensboro for the Atlanta Regional are No. 8
seed George Washington and No. 9 seed UNC-Wilmington.


Culpepper Looking To Revive Career With Dolphins


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Daunte Culpepper

Quarterback has been an
unsettled position in Miami
since Hall of Famer Dan
Manno retired following the
1999 season.
But no\\ the Dolphins
may be on a steady course
with the trade acquisition of
former Minnesota Vikings
starter Daunte Culpepper.
The 29-\ ear-old
Culpepper passed a physical
with Dolphins doctors
Tuesday. March 14 before
the trade became final.
The knee injury forced
him to miss the final nine


games last year, but Saban
hopes to have him available
for the season opener.
Culpepper :told ESPN he
plans to be ready to start the
season.
Culpepper's career pass-
er rating happens to be even
higher than Marino's, and if
he recovers fully from a sen-
ous knee surgery, the
Dolphins' drought of four
consecutive years \without a
postseason berth may end.
The Dolphins acquired
Florida native Culpepper
from the Vikings on Tuesday
for a second-round pick in
next month's draft. He
became available after he
played poorly last \ear for
the Vikings. tore three liga-
ments in his right knee. took
part in the notorious Lake
Minnetonka boat party and
quarreled \\ith management.
Culpepper has agreed to
continue his rehabilitation at
the team complex beginning
March 27, rather than at his
home. That w\as a point of
contention \ ith the Vikings.
As a 230-pound high


school star in Ocala,
Culpepper was Florida's
"Mr. Football" in 1994. The
New York Yankees drafted
him, but he opted to play
football at Central Florida.


He had three Pro Bowl
seasons %with the Vikings.
most recently in 2004.
before his relationship with
the organization soured.


Buffalo's Mike Williams

Signs With Jaguars
Offensive tackle Mike Williams, the
fourth overall pick m the 2002 draft, signed
Tuesday with the Jacksonville Jaguars on
Tuesday. The 6-foot-6. 360 pound
Williams \as cut by Buffalo last month
after four disappointing seasons. Williams
started fi\e games for the Bills last season.
four at right tackle and one at left guard. He Mike
started 42 games at right tackle over the Williams
pre\ ious three years.
"My goals in Jacksonville are to become the dominant
offense e tackle that I kno\ I am and in the process help this
team win games." he said.

Don King Honored In Atlantic Conference
Banned from doing business with Atlantic
Cit. casinos, boxing promoter Don King vas
honored Monday b\ the city, which named a
street-end plaza after him. Only in America.
"It is a momentous occasion, and one I'm
King humbly grateful for. to be honored in such a
%\ay." said King. who was feted for his philan-
thropy at a midday ceremony in Boardwalk Hall.


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JAIL OR BAIL

EDITOR'S NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of law. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports are a
matter ofpublic record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.
LOOKING FOR A FIGHT -- Two men were driving around
in a van. Victim #1 was the passenger and Victim #2 was the
driver. The victims confronted an unknown suspect riding
down Plymouth Street on a bicycle. According to Victim #1,
they were looking to fight the suspect.
Words were exchanged, (What are you looking at?"). The sus-
pect never got off his bicycle. He rode up to the driver's win-
dow. Victim #1 said he told the suspect to get out of the way
or he would run him over. The suspect moved to the front pas-
senger side of the van and stopped. The suspect pulled a
revolver from his waistband.
Upon seeing the gun, Victim #1 ducked down in the driver's
seat and, "floored it." The suspect shot at the van between four
and six times. The first hit was to the front windshield that
went through the interior rear view mirror. Angles of the shots
indicate the van was driving away from the suspect. A bullet
was shot through the rear window. The shot penetrated the
front passenger seat and struck Victim #1 in mid-back.
The witness was inside a store and heard the gunshots. She
exited the business and saw the suspect on the bicycle and the
van leaving the scene.
The victims drove to a food store on Plymouth and Post Street
while dialing 911. They were advised to stop and wait for res-
cue. Fire Rescue arrived on the scene and transported Victim
#2 to Shands Hospital.
The officer secured a pair of brass knuckles found underneath
Victim #2 and interviewed Victim #1. The officer broadcast a
BOLO for the suspect. An air unit and K-914 responded to the
scene but no suspect was found.
Victim #1 directed the officer to the site of the original con-
frontation. An E.T. photographed the scene. No shell casings
were found and the witness was interviewed.
After Homicide was on the scene, the victim's condition was
upgraded to stable, non-life threatening. Homicide turned the
investigation over to Patrol. Due to the lack of investigative
S leads, the case was suspended.
DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED LICENSES A HABITU-
AL TRAFFIC OFFENDER. -- An officer observed a light
blue Buick travelling near Norwood Flea Market north on
Davis. The tag attached to the vehicle was a temporary tag.
which was not legible for 100 feet. He therefore conducted a
traffic stop of the vehicle and made contact with the driver and
S asked her for her driver's license. The driver gave him her
driver license. A computer check of DHSMV revealed the
suspect was a habitual traffic offender as of February 20, 2006.
The officer read her her rights via card and transported her to
the PTDF.
Post miranda, the suspect said she had just gone to jail the
month before for driving while her license was suspended.
STEALING VEHICLES FROM RAIL YARD. -- Two males
entered onto the fenced property of the TDSI rail yard located
* on 12th Street. This location is a huge depot for loading and
unloading brand new vehicles for statewide distribution of fac-
tory shipped automobiles. The co-defenders each entered into
a brand new car and stole them off the lot. The defendant
specifically drove the co-defendants to the business knowing
they were going to steal brand new cars.
At 8:45 p.m., the defendant returned to the property with the
co-defendants and dropped them off for the purposes of steal-
ing some more cars. The defendant was again driving his per-
S sonal car (Pontiac). This time, the officer observed the defen-
dant operating the car. He drove past the officer in front of the
business as the officer was taking the other two defendants into
custody. The main defendant's car had minor equipment vio-
lations and the co-defendant told the officer that the defendant
was involved in the thefts and was driving by to pick them up
from the additional automobile theft attempt.
All defendants were read their rights, and arrested.


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(MARCH 18, 2006-MARCH 24, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) Mars is in the
fire sign
Sagittarius this
week and you
may find yourself
seeking more
freedom of expression in
love. Letting go of restric-
tions and exploring creative
new ways to express your
passion can bring loads of
romance your way. Keep
looking for that old lover to
show up if it hasn't hap-
pened yet. You may have
been avoiding someone who
could open your heart to
new ways to be in love.
This week lucky num-
bers are:5, 11, 19, 23.
Taurus (April 20 -
D May 21) Venus
your ruler and the
ruler of love con-
tinues to be retro-
grade in the sign of Aries.
You may find yourself delv-
ing deeper and deeper into
your sense of commitment
versus your desire to have a
more passionate relation-
ship. You can find that oth-
ers are not as receptive to
your sensual side this week
but that can be changed by
doing some Venusian's
magic.
This week lucky num-.
bers are: 16, 22, 24, 30, 36.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) This
week may find
you and your
beloved having to
do some major negotiation
as your ruler Mercury will
be in tense reaction to the
planet Mars. The desire to
find a common ground can
lead to a renewed commit-
ment to grow closer togeth-
er. Do not be afraid to speak
your mind but be willing to
change it as new informa-
tion comes to light.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 5, 11, 17, 21, 27,.
Cancer June 21- July
22) Moon children may
Find the road to
romance a bit
Rocky at this time.
It is not that you
are not in a loving mood it is
just that so many issues are
drawing your attention away
from your world and how
you want to succeed.
Conflict between home and
career could surface with
some tension so look for
some sensuous healing time
by preparing a special meal
to share with your beloved
and begin a sharing of
dreams.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 4, 16, 26, 32, 34,
Leo (July 23 August
22) The surge of
power from Mars
and Venus to your
sun sign can give
your lover some great pleas-
ure this week. You have a
special blend of energies
that others will have trouble
keeping up with but you can
bring them up to your level
with enthusiastic sharing of
your hopes and dreams for
your. combined future. It is
time for some lions to make
a commitment that will sur-
prise many.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 3, 7, 13, 15, 27,
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) Lessons


m about the healing
Qualities of love
II -. are your gift from
the stars this
week. You can find yourself
and your beloved in the
midst of a new cycle of dis-
cussion that at first might


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seem a bit tense. However,
your desire to grow closer
and more down-to-earth in
your communication can
lead to a healing for you
both. The joy of love comes
in a special shared experi-
ence.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 8, 14, 18, 20, 26.
Libra (September 23
- October 23)
The look of love
is in your eyes
this week but be
careful that those eyes are
not straying. There is a need
for a renewal of passion in
your relationship which can
be helped by dwelling on the
magic of Venus in Aries
which is your opposite sign.
This energy talks about find-
ing ways to see how your
beloved wishes to be loved
rather than projecting.your
needs upon him or her.
Desires start to heat up as
the week progresses and
encounters with old friends
could raise some eyebrows.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 5, 41, 61, 65, 67.
Scorpio (October 24
- November 21) Your ruler
Pluto is in the fire
sign of Sagittarius
along with your
co-ruler Mars.
This intense fire energy
could get you water signs up
and boiling this week --
maybe even creating some
steam heat when it comes to
passion. You may find your-
self the focus of another's
attention that you did not
expect. Keep yourself a little
bit aloof to insure that you
keep that special Scorpio
zing.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 28, 30, 42, 58, 66,
Sagit t a ri us
(November 22 -
December 21)
You have the love
mojo this week
with Mars and Pluto in your
sign grooving with ,Venus
and the Sun in Aries. You
can climb the highest moun-
tain to pursue your beloved
and swim the widest ocean.
In fact, it might be a good
idea for you and your
beloved to share some time
in the great outdoors. A sud-
den road trip could bring
you to a loving surprise.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 9, 21, 41, 47, 57.
C a p r i c or
(December 22 January
19) You may be questioning
Your commit-
ments this week
as Saturn your
ruler is growing
closer and closer to leaving
the sign of Taurus. It is not
that you don't want commit-
ments it is just that you want
to redefine how you give
and receive love. In seeking
balance, you might find a
get away with your beloved
to a special quiet spot close
to nature could help you
begin to decide the next best
step in your relationship.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 10, 28, 34, 38, 50,
Aquarius (January
20 The arrow of Cupid is
i being carried by
,. IMars in Sagittarius
this week which is
dancing a nice
tango with your ruler
Uranus. This can lead to


new and more open commu-
nication with your beloved.
You may find that a long dis-
tance relationship brings
you an exciting opportunity
to more fully appreciate
your feelings and your sense


of connection. A great week
to write love poetry.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 3, 39, 43, 61, 73,
Pisces (February 19
- March 20)
Don't be intimi-
dated by those
who appear to be
more glib than you in
expressing their feelings of
love. Your natural romantic
and spiritual nature will
seduce your beloved into
your fantasy world this

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week if you are willing to
share your special psychic
and intuitive gifts. Act upon
an impulse to write or con-
tact someone that you care
for deeply and don't listen to
the fear of rejection that has
held you back lately. Love
could heat up over the next
several weeks so be ready to
be swept off your feet.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 6, 14, 24, 30,


Boy


Shoots Mom In Knee
ST. PAUL, Minn. A 3-year-old boy shot his mother in the
knee with a 9mm handgun he had found under a couch cush-
ion over the weekend, police said.
It was the second time the boy had handled the gun on
Sunday. The mother had taken the gun away from the child and
removed the bullets -- apparently overlooking one in the cham-
ber-- and put the weapon back on the couch.
When the boy picked the gun iup a second time, it fired. "It
appears to be accidental," said St. Paul police spokesman Pete
Crum.
The woman was taken to Regions Hospital, with non-life-
threatening injuries. "It could have been much more tragic had
the child shot himself or hit the woman in a more vital area,"
Crum said.
The boy was put in the care of his father.
Authorities removed several guns from the home. Crum
said they were all legal.
Police said they would forward the case to the Ramsey
County Attorney's office for possible child-endangerment
charges.
"There are two lessons to learn: Don't let your children play
with guns. Always treat a gun as though it's loaded," Crum
said.


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Photos: 2006 by Andre' B. Murray/ "Born" Agency Photos


By Rych McCain

While a worldwide
TV viewing audience
were watching the 2006
Oscar ceremonies this
year; history was being
made at a private
celebrity Oscar Viewing
Party sponsored by the
B e v e r 1 y
Hills/Hollywood Branch
of the NAACP and
Congresswoman, the
Honorable Diane
Watson. The lavish affair
was given at the beauti-
ful Hancock Park home
of Ben Oliver and his
lovely wife Delores
Kerr. This was an histor-
ical event because it is
the beginning of what
possibly may become an
official NAACP Oscar
After Party for the
Academy Awards.
,Several post ceremony
gala functions such as
the Governors Ball (the
grand official Oscar after
pai-ty) and other "offi-
cial," after parties take
place in the name of the
Academy and are well
attended by the winners,
nominees and guests.
An official NAACP
after party would not
only provide a gala gath-


ering spot, but also cre-
ate networking and deal
making opportunities for
people of color, their
guests and those tradi-
tionally left out of the
Oscar hoopla. Tia Boyd,
the NAACP Beverly
Hills/Hollywood Branch
Treasurer and Executive
Director of the NAACP
Theater Awards provid-
ed insight on how the
Oscar Viewing party
came together. "Having
three African American's
nominated for Oscars,
we felt that we needed to
somehow acknowledge
them, heighten their
names so everyone can
know and appreciate
their work and the good
work that they did to get
Oscar nominations. We
decided to have a. view-
ing party in their honor
and invite African
American people in the-
ater, in the community
and people who may not
be invited to all of the
big Oscar parties, so we
could celebrate our-
selves with our commu-
nity." NAACP 1st VP of
the National Board
Willis Edwards chimed
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Look for a new CD
album by Ice Cube
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Later," due out in June.
Check out Jaheim's new
joint "The Chosen
One," Just dropping on
the Warner Bros. label.'
Look for bay area rapper
Yukmouth on the next
cover of Ruckus
Magazine. E-40, the bay
area ambassador, will


celebrate The Hyphy
Movement (born in the
bay area), and the release
of his new BME/Sick
Wid' It/Reprise CD "My
Ghetto Report Card," this
week at Club Basque in
Hollywood.
Teen actress Cherrelle
Noyd has been nominated
for a Young Artists Award
for Best Performance in
a TV Series for. her guest-
starring role on Judging


Amy. Cherrelle is the eld-
est of the famed Noyd sib-
lings who made our 2005
list of "The Most
Talented and Brightest
Youth On Earth."
Suave actor Lawrence
Fishburne has been cho-
sen to receive the distin-
guished "Decade of
Achievement In Film,"
Award at the annual
ShoWest Exhibitors
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"Lil' Kim: Countdown to Lock Down" Sets New Viewership Mark as Most-Watched

Series Debut in BET Network History


BET's "Lil' Kim: Countdown
to Lockdown." has been the high-
est rated original series on cable
among black households in 2006.
Tracking the final 14 days of
freedom of hip-hop diva Lil' Kim
before she entered prison on a
perjury conviction, "Lil Kim:
Countdown to Lockdown" pre-
miered to a whopping 1.9 million
viewers nationally (1.7 rating; 1.4
million households), easily
becoming the most-watched
series debut in BET's 25-year his-
tory. A six-episode docu-drama
produced in collaboration with
Edmonds Entertainment and
Queen Bee Entertainment, "Lil
Kim: Countdown to Lockdown"
televises on Thursdays at 9:30
p.m.
"When we showed the first.
episode of "Lil Kirn: Countdown
to Lockdown" to test audiences,


we got the highest scores in the
history of the company. So when
it became the biggest series debut
in the history of the network, I
wasn't surprised," said Reginald
Hudlin, BET President of
Entertainment. "As powerful as
the first episode is, the series
finale is even better. I'm pleased
and relieved that my first new
series on BET has become a 'must
see' for so many people. I'm
grateful to Edmonds
Entertainment for delivering
another great show for the net-
work, and to the entire team at
BET for fantastic work in every
department. "
Lil' Kim is one of the most cel-
ebrated rappers in the business.
BET's cameras were allowed full
access to Lil' Kim, her entourage
and family before she headed off
to a maximum-security prison in


Pennsylvania on a conviction for
false testimony to a federal grand
jury about a shootout involving
members of'her posse outside a
New York City radio station. Lil'
Kim, was sentenced to one year
and a day for protecting friends
involved in the 2001 incident.
BET.viewers ride along with
the rap diva and fashion icon as
she sorts out her business and
legal affairs, makes her last few
public appearances to promote
her new CD, shoots a video,
attends fashion week, shops, hits
the party scene and says goodbye
to friends and family before turn-
ing herself over to federal author-
ities. The cameras also capture
her private moments as Lil' Kim
attempts to come to grips with
who she is and where she's head-
ed.


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HIGHLIGHTS
WEEK OF 03/04/06

TV One
(Jacksonville Comcast
Channel 160)
Weekdays
9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Showtime at the
Apollo"
5 p.m. 7 p.m., "227" &
"Amen" block
7 p.m., "Good Times"
7:30 p.m. & 10 p.m.,
"Martin"
Wednesday
8:30 p.m. $ingletary $ays
-"$ingletary $ays" shows
everybody how they can
"live rich" in an entertain-
ing, humorous, and inci-
sive mariner, featuring
best-selling author, syndi-
cated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary; the
series centers around solu-
tions for families with spe-
cific financial tribulations


Saturday
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit with
Donna Richardson Joyner,
www.donnarichardson.co
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11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the,
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
*Sat. 3/18
Movies
12:30pm, Sheba, Baby -
(1975) with Pam Grier
2:00pm Hammer -
(1972) .with Fred
Williamson, Bernie
Hamilton, Vonetta McGee
4:00pm Willie Dynamite
- (1974) with Roscoe
Orman, Diana Sands,
Thalmus Rasulala
*Sun. 3/19, 3:00 pm The
14th Annual Trumpet


Awards From Atlanta.
honorees include Usher.
Vivica Fox, Dr. Keith
Black, Bishop Desmond
Tutu, Stevie Wonder.
Hosted by Chris Tucker &
LisaRaye McCoy
9:00 pm Port Chicago
Mutiny Movie (1999)
with Duane Martin, David
Ramsey, Michael Jai
-White, Joe Morton.
Produced by Morgan
Freeman
*Mon., 3/20, 1:00 pm -
Park Day Movie (1998)
with Hill Harper, Monica
Calhoun, Brock Peters,
Sydney. Tamiia Poitier,
Darius McCrary
*Tues., 3/21, 1:00 pm -
Johnnie Mae Gibson: FBI
- Movie (1986) starring
Lynn Whitfield, Howard
E. Rollins, Jr.
*Wed., 3/22, 1:00 pm-
Beat Street Movie (1984)
with Rae Dawn, Chong.
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fifth grade students com-
pete for their chance to win
cash and prizes as they put
their spelling and grammar
skills to the test.

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6 a.m., Morning
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Convention in Las Vegas.
The Shaggy Dog;
Touchstone Pictures; star-
ring Tim Allen, Kristin
Davis, Danny Glover,
Robert Downey, Jr., Zena
Grey and Spencer
S Breslin. This is a remake
of the original Shaggy
Dog Disney classic. In
this version, Deputy D.A.
Dave Douglas (Allen) is
prosecuting an animal
rights activist accused of
setting a fire in an animal-
testing lab. After a geneti-
cally mutant dog bites
him, he starts to turn into
one off and on. As a dog,


he learns things about his
family that he was not
aware of i.e., their feelings
and aspirations and so on.
This inspires his desire to
be a better husband and
father but at the same time
find out the truth dealing
with his case and animal
abuse. There is plenty of
humor on Allen's part
while Downey, Jr. plays a
worthy adversary to Allen
throughout, the whole
movie. You can bring the
entire family and enjoy
this one.
The Hills Have Eyes;
Fox Searchlight Pictures;
starring Aaron Stanford,


Kathleen Quinlan,
Vinessa Shaw, Emilie De
Ravin, Dan Byrd, Tom
Bower, Billy Drago,
Robert Joy, Ted Levine,
Desmond Askew, Ezra
Buzzington, -Michael
Bailey Smith and Laura
Ortiz. This is a re-make of
Wes Craven's 1977 cult
classic "The Hills Have
Eyes." Of course Craven
is an icon to horror fans.
His SCREAM trilogy has
grossed close to a half bil-
lion dollars. His A
Nightmare On Elm Street,
made the fictional charac-
ter "Freddie Kreuger," a
superstar legend with six


sequels to date.
This remake version of
The Hills Have Eyes, may
be his. best horror film yet.
This movie is surprisingly
unpredictable. This is a
relief from the usual pre-
dictable run from the
monster- fall down-
twist ankle-then try to
crawl away from some-
thing that is limping two
miles an hour and still
catches its victim. This
offering is about a family
on vacation who are
directed to take a short cut
on an isolated desert road
that leads to a dead end
where mutant minors live


who were survivors of
U.S. Government nuclear
bomb testing. They are
ruthless cannibals who
prey on unsuspecting
motorist driving through
the hills.
If you love nail-biting,
suspenseful horror, this
film will delight you to no
end!
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Sixty Two School Students Earn Top


Prizes At Duval County History Fair


Duval County Public
Schools students\ earned
top prizes on February 25
during the Duval County
History Fair held at
Jacksonville University.
First and second place
winners will compete at
the Florida History Fair in
May.
The Duval winners are:


Junior/Middle
School Division


Historical Paper-
Ashish Heda, First Place,
James Weldon Johnson
Middle School; Jonathan
Edelman, Second Place,
Darell-Cookman Middle
School; Brian Kitchen,
Third Place, James
Weldon Johnson.
Individual Exhibit-E.
Harrison Wood, First
Place,, DuPont Middle
School; Christopher
Valade, Second Place;
James Weldon Johnson;
Paula Bautista, Third
Place, Darell-Cookman.
Group Exhibit-Janaki
Perera, Betty Lu, First
Place, James Weldon
Johnson; Wenni Shao,
Rachel Han, Second Place,
James Weldon Johnson;
Andrew Galler, Morgan
Metz, Third Place, james
Weldon Johnson.
In d i v i d u a l
Documentary-Marton
Pono, First Place; James
Weldon Johnson; Jordan
Herriff, Second Place,
James Weldon Johnson;
Noah Wilson. Third Place.
Danell-Cookman.
Group Documentary-
Connie Dickonan. Alyssa


Mednick, Shannon
Newell, Kristin Wood,
First Place, Mandarin
Middle School; Montana
Buss, Madeline
Bellemare, Second Place,
James Weldon Johnson;
Patrick Ammons, Domnic
Lulli, Third Place, Kernan
Middle School.
I n d'iv i d u a 1
Performance-Swetha
Mohan, First Place, James
Weldon Johnson; Michelle
Lyman, Second Place,
James Weldon Johnson;
Melony Jordan, Third
Place, Darnell-Cookman.
Group Performance-
Danielle Demeza, Kayla
Johns, Haley Isgette,


Isabella Miyares, First
Place, James Weldon
Johnson; Jacqueline
Booth, Lindsay Gilmore,
rachel Smith, Second
Place, Kernan Middle
School; Cedric Brazle,
Brenda Fiacco, Third
Place, James Weldon
Johnson.


Senior High
School Division


Historical Paper-
Ginger Woodall, First
Place, Ed White High
School; Scott Hill, Second
Place, Sandalwood High
School; Bethany Setfano,
Third Place, Ed White.


Individual Exhibit-
Andrew Louvat, First
Place, Sandalwood;
Kristina Banda,
Second Place,
Sandalwood.
Group Exhibit-Lisa
Steiner, Laura Torres,
Josh Gwynes, Tyler
Martin, Kelly
McGiness, First Place,
Ed White; Vanessa
Brown, Jessica
Gallagher, Amanda
Inman, Second Place,
Ed White; Wayne
Cotton, Ashley
Dunlap, XaNia
Masline, Tori Woods,
Fair continued on B-3


Nigerian Prince Speaks


To Lone Star students


Prince Abayomi lyewarun, son of the former king of Nigeria, spoke to stu-
dents at Lone Star Elementary, 10400 Lone Star Road, on March 9, about
African Folktales, a book written by his father. The prince donated a copy of
the book to the school library. He will return to the school in April as for a mul-
ticultural fair. Shown here, Prince lyewarun stands with Lone Star Elementary
paraprofessional Tamara Fesco as he speaks to students.


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Miss Delta Teen Pageant At Florida Theatre


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LaTonya Taylor


Moneq Scott


Chelsea Williams


Porschee' Tutson


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Deonna Hayes


Jacquanta Shootes


Tymara Simmons


Mia Salter


urittany Bennett


Tinarenea Burroughs

An explosion' of
sophistication, style and
skill will be displayed
when the curtain rises for
the 33rd annual Miss Delta
Teen Pageant on Saturday,
March 18 at the-Florida
Theatre.
Popular V101.5FM
midday air personality KJ
and recognized media pro-
fessional Charles Griggs
will serve as the pageant
hosts. The Jacksonville
Alumnae Chapter of Delta


Cherrelle Hayward


Sigma Theta Sorority
sponsors this event.
Tickets are $15.00 and can
be purchased from sorority
members and at the theatre
box office the day of the
show. Showtime is 8:00
p.m.
This year's theme,
"Legends of Jazz", offers
the audience an infusion of
jazz music it's history,
artistry and culture. "The
contestants are excited and
--we're honored for the com-


munity's support: of this
stellar event for thirty-
three years," states pag-
eant co-director. Robbin
Winters Grayson. "It (pag-
eant) promises to be. an
exciting and entertaining
production." Mrs. Latasha
Garrison Fullwood is also
co-director.
Delta Teen contestants
are provided the opportu-
nity to enhance their per-
sonal development, partic-
ipate in community serv-
ice projects, display their
talent, and receive scholar-
ship money and prizes.
Proceeds from the pageant
help fund the sorority's
educational and communi-
ty service projects and
enact its youth initiatives
programs.
Delta Sigma Theta is a
non-profit woman organi-
zation that sponsors and
administers educational,
civic and community pro-
grams for the public local-


ly, nationally, and interna-
tionally.
The lovely young
ladies vying for the covet-
ed title are: Brittany
Bennett, Samuel Wolfson
High senior (dance);
Tinarena Burroughs,.
Douglas Anderson School
of the Arts senior (vocals);
Whitney Harper, Samuel
Wolfson High senior
(dance); Deonna Hayes,.
Stanton College
Preparatory junior
(dance); Cherrelle
Haywood, Mandarin High
senior (vocals); Mia
Salter, Douglas Anderson
School of the Arts sopho-
more (vocals); Moneq
Scott, Douglas Anderson
School of the Arts junior
(piano); Jacquanta
Shootes, Andrew Jackson
High senior (vocals);
Tymara Simmons, Samuel
Wolfson High junior
(dance); LaTonya Taylor,
William Raines High sen-


ior (dance); Porshee'
Tutson, Andrew Jackson
sophomore (dance); and
Chelsea Williams,
Sandal"-ood High junior
(vocals); Miss Bridgette
McMillan, a -talented
pianist and honors junior
at Stanton College
Preparatory School, is the
reigning queen. Call (904)
358-1123 for additional
information.


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


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DASOTA Students Earn Presidential


Scholars In Arts Nominations


Two students from
Douglas Anderson School
of the Arts (DASOTA)
have been selected as
nominees for the annual
Presidential Scholars in
the Arts program during
the recent National
Foundation for the
Advancement of the Arts
(NFAA) Arts Week in
Miami.
James Boyd received
$3,000 as a Presidential
Scholar in the Arts nomi-
nee for African dance.
Emile Boghos received
$1,500 as a nominee for
writing and-poetry.


Boyd also earned an
honorable mention for.
choreography.
In addition, the follow-
ing Duval County students
earned citations.
Honorable Mention
Wayne Bennett, theater
(DASOTA); Katelyn
Waters, short stbry writing
(DASOTA).
Merit Awards
Carlos Garland, world
dance forms (DASOTA);
Corey -Wilcox, jazz trom-
bone (DASOTA); Sterling
Poole, photography
(Duncan U. Fletcher High
School).


Honorable Mention
winners placed in the top
five percent of all national
applicants. Merit winners
placed in the top 10 per-.
cent.
Twenty arts scholars
eventually will be chosen
from 50 nominees nation-
wide to join academic
Presidential Scholars in
washington, D.C., in June
for National recognition
Week.
It is only through par-
ticipation in the NFAA
ARTS program that artists
,are eligible to become
Presidential Scholars in


the Arts.
NFAA's mission is to
identify emerging artists
and assist them in their
educational and profes-
sional development, and to
raise the appreciation for
and support of the arts in
American society.
The NFAA ARTS pro-
gram is not a competition.
Students are judged
against a standard of
excellence for each age-
group within each artistic
discipline, not against each
other.
Students chosen to par-
ticipate in ARTS Week


traveled to Miami in janu-
ary for an all-expenses-
paid week of master class-
es, showcase performanc-
es, exhibitions, interdisci-
plinary activities, enrich-
ment programs and inter-
views, as well as final, live
auditions.
The Presidential
Scholars Program is a
national recognition pro-
gram administered by the
U. S. Department of
Education to honor some
of the nation's most distin-
guished graduating high
school seniors.


Test-Taking Tips Help Reduce Student Anxiety


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(NAPSI)-Standardized
tests are becoming
increasingly common at
all levels of public and pri-
vate schooling. For many
students, these tests can be
a source of anxiety.
But by following some
simple strategies, both stu-
dents and their parents can
be fully prepared for suc-
cess on test day:
Tip #1: Read all direc-
tions carefully! Oftentimes
in test-taking environ-
ments, the adrenaline gets
pumping and students read
through instructions too
quickly.
Taking the extra time
to slow down and make
sure they understand the


question not only saves
students from making
wrong answers, but also
saves time in the long run.
Tip #2: Listen atten-
tivelr to the teacher or
proctor. It's very easy to let
anxiety take over while
waiting for the teacher to
start the exam.
Talk to your child
about taking a deep breath
and not getting distracted
from the directions the
teacher is giving.
Tip #3: If the direc-
tions are confusing, ask!
Your child's teacher is
there to help explain
unclear directions.
It is always better for
your child to ask and be


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told by the teacher that
they can't answer the ques-
tion than to not ask at all.
Tip #4: It's OK to take
a break. Time management
is important, but not if it
means that your child is
going to burn out before
the end of the test.
If your child says that
tests feel overwhelming
and exhausting, tell him
that it's OK to put his pen-
cil down and close his
eyes, stare out the window
for a moment or just take a
few deep breaths. Just
don't lose track of time!
Tip #5: Manage time
well. Good time manage-
ment is critical to good test
taking.


It doesn't matter if your
child is in 3rd grade or
graduate school, no one
wants to run out of time on
a test.
Every question gets
equal weight, so it is in
your child's best interest to
skip questions that are par-
ticularly difficult and save
them for the end. And if
your child finishes early,
answers should be double
checked!
These tips come from
SCORE! Educational
Centers, a division of
Kaplan, Inc., and a leading
provider of .after school
learning programs for chil-
dren prekindergarten
through 10th grade.
Since 1992, SCORE!
has helped more than
250,000 students of all
learning levels reach their
academic potential in
math, reading, writing and


more.
For additional infor-
mation, visit
www.escore.com or call
(800) 49-SCORE.
By taking their time
and listening carefully to
instructions, students can
make standardized tests
easier to manage.


Fair

(Continued From B-1)

Third Place, Ribault
Senior High School.
Group Documentary-
Shataye Rivers, Rachelle
Smith, Blair Jenkins, First
Place, Ed White.
I n d i v i d u a l
Performance-Marvette
Perry, First Place, Ribault
Senior High.
Group Performance-
Kristen Corley, Andrea
Barletta, First Place,
Sandalwood; DeJaun
Sutton, Mark Challenger,
Mike Lane, Michael
Wilson, Second Place,
Ribault Senior High.


Page B-3/March 18, 2005


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Exclusive Video Of T.I. Will



Appear On Sprint TV (SM)

As part of an exclusive campaign, Sprint (NYSE:S News) customers will be the first
and only ones to download songs from multi-platinum recording artist T.I.'s new Grand
Hustle/Atlantic album "KING" before its release, and have access to exclusive ringers, Call
Tones and images. In addition, "Life with T.I." during the album's launch week can be seen
only on Sprint TV(SM).
Atlantic Records, a division of Warner Music Group (NYSE:WMG News), and Sprint
have announced the launch of a major, exclusive campaign in support of T.I. and his eager-
ly awaited new album.
The campaign'will offer an extensive selection of unique mobile content that features an
artist who is already very popular with many Sprint customers T.I. is one of only six artists
to ever receive a Sprint Platinum Award, which is presented after more than a million Music
Tones ha\ e been downloaded from one album (from his #1 album, "URBAN LEGEND").
From now until the release of "KING" on March 28, the following mobile content from
"KING" will only be available to Sprint customers:
Full Song Downloads. The nation's first wireless music download service, the Sprint
Music Store(SM), will offer "What You Know," the smash first single from "KING," along
with another album, track, "Ride Wit Me," on Sprint Power Vision(SM). phones.
Music Tones and Call Tones. Every track from "KING" will be offered for both Music
Tones, which play a song instead of a traditional ring when a call is incoming, and Call U
Tones, which play a song for a caller while waiting for someone to pick up the phone instead
of the traditional tone.
Following the album's release, T.I. will be Sprint's "Featured Artist of the Month" for a
April. In support of this high-visibility program, three unreleased non-album tracks,.plus
instrumental versions of "What You Know" and "Ride Wit Me," will be exclusively avail- =
able for Sprint Music Store downloads, Music Tones and Call Tones. Sprint will also offer T.I.
T.I. screensavers, aswell as voice ringers and Call Tones, uniquely created by T.I.
Sprint TV customers will have exclusive access to video that is shot by T.I.'s crew during the launch week, or "street week," of "KING" They
will also be able to watch full music videos from T.I. on select video-enabled phones, as well as clips from T.I.'s upcoming motion picture "ATL,"
which Warner Bros. will release on March 31. Additionally, Sprint will offer several T.I. video ringers, including one from the smash new hit, "What
You Know."'
"We are very excited to be partnering with Sprint to launch T.I.'s new album," said Atlantic President Julie Greenwald. "It is through innovative
campaigns like this that we are redefining our release strategy, as we are constantly seeking out unique, non-traditional ways to. capture the con-
sumer's attention and drive new music sales. T.I. is our next big superstar, and we are thrilled that Sprint has come to the party with such an amaz-
ing rollout."
"Sprint is breaking ground with mobile music with the exclusive and extensive T.I. content offering including full tracks from his new album
that are available now only on Sprint. We are providing customers early access to a multi-platinum entertainer, T.I. With Sprint, customers can get
the music entertainment they want, when they want it... and now they can get it first," said Nancy Beaton, director, entertainment and personaliza-
tion for Sprint.
The March 28th arrival of T.I.'s "KING" follows the breakthrough success of 2004's RIAA platinum-certified "URBAN LEGEND," which
spawned such smash hits as "Bring Em Out" and the Grammy-nominated "U Don't Know Me." That same week will mark another landmark in
T.I.'s explosive career, as he makes his big screen debut as the star of the Overbrook/Warer Bros. Pictures feature film "ATL," set to open nation-
wide on March 31st.
"What You Know," the first single from "KING was the #1 most-added track at both CHR/Rhythmic and Urban radio nationwide upon its
release'and is now nearing the top of the airplay charts. The single's companion video, which was added this week to both MTV and MTV2, was
directed by veteran hip-hop video director and Atlanta native Chris Robinson who also directed "ATL."
In conjunction with both the release of "KING" and "ATL," T.I. will make appearances at exclusive album-listening events and movie premieres
in Houston, Dallas, Chicago and Detroit the week prior to the projects' release dates. The rapper also plans to be on hand for larger premieres in
Atlanta and Los Angeles the week of March 27.
Having exploded into the hip-hop mainstream with 2003's RIAA gold certified "TRAP MUZIK," the Atlanta-based T.I. has become one ofrap's
hottest artists.
The self-proclaimed "King of the South" followed up his Grand Hustle/Atlantic premiere in late 2004 with "URBAN LEGEND." The acclaimed
album made a top 10 debut on the Billboard 200 on its way to RIAA platinum certification for U.S. sales exceeding one million units. T.I.. was nbm-
inated for a Grammy for Best Rap Solo Performance for his song "U Don't Know Me." He also walked away from the Second Annual VIBE Awards
with a win in the Street Anthem category for the same song


Page B-4/March 18, 2005


The Florida Star/Prep Rap










DASOTA Students Earn Presidential


Scholars In Arts Nominations


Two students from
Douglas Anderson School
of the Arts (DASOTA)
have been selected as
nominees for the annual
Presidential Scholars in
the Arts program during
the recent National
Foundation for the
Advancement of the Arts
(NFAA) Arts Week in
Miami.
James Boyd received
$3,000 as a Presidential
Scholar in the Arts nomi-
nee for African dance.
Emile Boghos received
$1,500 as a nominee for
writing andpoetry.


Boyd also earned an
honorable mention for.
choreography.
In addition, the follow-
ing Duval County students
earned citations.
Honorable Mention
Wayne Bennett, theater
(DASOTA); Katelyn
Waters, short stbry writing
(DASOTA).
Merit Awards
Carlos Garland, world
dance forms (DASOTA);
Corey-Wilcox, jazz trom-
bone (DASOTA); Sterling
Poole, photography
(Duncan U. Fletcher High
School).


Honorable Mention
winners placed in the top
five percent of all national
applicants. Merit winners
placed in the top 10 per-.
cent.
Twenty arts scholars
eventually will be chosen
from 50 nominees nation-
wide to join academic
Presidential Scholars in
washington, D.C., in June
for National recognition
Week.
It is only through par-
ticipation in the NFAA
ARTS program that artists
,are eligible to become
Presidential Scholars in


the Arts.
NFAA's mission is to
identify emerging artists
and assist them in their
educational and profes-
sional development, and to
raise the appreciation for
and support of the arts in
American society.
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auditions.
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Scholars Program is a
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According to Airplay Monitor, DFB is the first rap group in the history of the chart
to reach No. 1 with consecutive singles. The first DFB single, "I Think They Like Me
(So So Def Remix)," spent three weeks as No. 1 in the format in late November and -- ..
early December 2005. The only other rap group with more than one non-consecutive
No. 1 in the R&B/Hip-Hop format is OutKast.
At the same time, signs that "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It" is making a powerful move
vision, DFB made a late-night appearance on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and the
group also made a return appearance on DirecTV's weekly music program CDUSA -- tie only act to have made two visits to the show
since its launch.
"Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It" is No. 5 in Yahoo!'s most recent Top Of The Buzz Pop singles chart, based on the number of Yahoo! online
users searching for specific songs.
On last w week's "American Idol" episode, a 17-year-old finalist, Georgia girl Paris Bennett, sang the hook of the song, while leaning
back and snapping.the beat, at the conclusion of her pre-performance interview clip.
The So So Def/Virgin debut album by DEM FRANCHIZE BOYZ, "On Top of Our Game," debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200
national albun sales chart four weeks ago, and remains in the top20, On. the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit
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