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Title:
Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
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Newspaper
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English
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Material Information

Title:
Florida Star
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Florida Star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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THE SUNS SHINE IN OPENER
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in the ninth inning to defeat the Chattanooga Lookouts 2-0 in front of
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Stabbing Death Possibly From Road

Rage Says Police; Area Community

Says Its 'Baby Mama Drama'


hiquita Mich
Meddler
Victim


JACKSONVILLE,
Fla." Chiquita Michelle
Meddler was 19-years-
old, with an infant daugh-
ter. She was attending


Man Dies


school to become a med-
ical assistant. Her goal
was to become a profes-
sional and provide love
and security for she and
her daughter.
According to witness,
an argument that started
at an apartment complex
on Moncrief was not over,
at least for those who par-
ticipated in the argument
because they apparently
followed Chiquita to a
beauty supply store on
Golfair off Interstate 95.
After Chiquita finished
her shopping at the store,
some or all of the females
that had participated in

In Shoot


Out With Police

SJACKSONVILLE, Fla, -
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office
was called for an armed
domestic battery around
West 30th and Almeda.
When suspect, 43- .year-old
Kerrie Lee Robinson saw the
officers, he began shooting.
Neighbors began to run
for cover as several shots
were fired that kept the street 10
blocked for about six hours. Kerie Lee Robinson
The house across from
i\here Robinson was shooting said she gathered the
children and went for cover. Her car received about
Shooting continued on .4-

Publisher Honored
Clara McLaughlin,
publisher of The Florida
SStar ,was honored Friday
for her achievements in
communications by
Glorify Entertainment
',, and their CEO, Jaye
.:. Brummell as well as
,-I ministers and gospel'
entertainers from around.
SFlorida.
Ms. McLaughlin was
t instrumental i r creating
the journalism major at
Clara McLaughlin Howard University, was
and Brother Jaye Brummell editor of the school's
first All-American Yearbook. %%rote the first book for
Black parents on childcare and is the first Black female
in the U. S. to be founder, largest shareholder and CEO
of a network (CBS) affiliated television station.
A sample'of her talent and hard work is evident in
the progress made during her less than three years
ownership of The Florida Star. Ms. McLaughlin was
too "choked up" for a 'big' thank you speech but
acknowledge her gratefulness on her WCGL radio
show\, IMPACT, Saturday.
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the Palm Terrace argu-
ment, were waiting for
her as she left the store.
Witness said the women
were yelling at each.
other, .which soon
became physical when
without warning, a knife
was drawn and Chiquita
was stabbed.
When Chiquita fell to
the ground of the parking
lot, bleeding heavily, the
women drove away in a
blue 1997 Toyota Camry.
Witness cannot say
who pulled the knife, and
the Jacksonville Sheriffs
Office have not disclosed
what evidence they were
able to view from the sur-
veillance camera situated
outside the store.
Chiquita was taken to
Shands Jacksonville and
died shortly thereafter.
The Sheriffs office
speculates that the argu-
ment stemmed from road"
rage but word in the com-
Stabbing continued on A-7


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The Browns-Beverly, John, and Johnathan.


Follow The Browns-TheyAre

Utilizing The System To Progress


JACKSONVILLE,
Fla. -- Beverly Hall-
Brown and her husband,
John .Brown have a
seven-year-old son,
Johnathan. John has a
small lawn service and
Beverlh is a senior at
Ed\\ard Waters College.'
majoring in Criminal
Justice.


The young couple was
renting a house that they
felt would be in their best
interest to own rather'
than rent since much of
the upkeep they felt they
could: handle better and
faster than their landlord
but was not sure how to
get it done or where to get
the money to purchase the


house.
They observed ads
and literature on EITC
(Earned Income Tax
Credit). studied their
guidelines and realized
that they could qualify
for the program.
Beverl\ made the

The Browns continued onl


Teacher Assistant Gets Handcuffed,


Elementary School Students Look On


Gail Brinson
Principal


JACKSONVILLE,
Fla. School officials and
emplo' ees said they wit-
nessed two Homeland
Security officers manhan-
dle and handcuff teacher
assistant. Leander Pickett
at Englewvood Elementary
School onWednesday.
According to witness,


the two Homeland-
Security officers entered
the driveway, headed in
the wrong direction when
Pickett politely asked
them to move their vehi-.
cle since he: was doing
his daily duty of direct-
ing bus traffic.
The men identified


themselves as Homeland
Security officers and
ad\ ised Pickett that they
did not have to move at
his demand.
It was not long before
the men grabbed Pickett,
handcuffed and slammed

Assistant continued on A-7


MADS DADS, AME Ministers, Baptist Ministers, NAACPAnd Others
Rallied In A Call For Help To Not Allow Criminals To Take Our City


JACKSONVILLE, Fla,
- They gathered at the.
corner of Smith and
Fitzgerald in the Mixson
Town area where 16-year-
old Benjamin Christopher
recently lost his life..
Standing together in


prayer and unity were the
leaders and members of
MAD DADS and MAD
MOMS, ministers, police
officers, members of the
State Attorney's Office,
Crime Stoppers, BUNGI,
NAACP, Hip Hop


Network, Blacksonville,
The Florida Star, Ready
to Work and .more, with
one common theme, "Get
Involved and tell the
criminals that the com-
munity has had enough.
They should- either turn


Jury Deadlocked On Fernandina Murder Case


YULEE; Fla.-- David
Eugene Johnson was 17-
years-old when he was
accused of stabbing to
death a 6.4-year-old
Fernandina Beach artist.
And even though he was
also accused of murder-


ing 'a Fernandina prosti-
tute two years earlier,
when he was 15-years-
old, that case could not be
brought up in this trial
and is still up to be heard.
Johnson is now 22-years-
old.


Johnson's attorney
argued that the teen
watched his uncle brutal-
ly stab the victim. He
argued that the teen's
hand was cut when he
tried to stop his uncle,
Case continued onA-7,


themselves in to help
their case or wait to be,
turned in by those who
will get paid and still
remain anonymous.
"The people of
Jacksonville are tired of
seeing our families in
moaning and thue murder'
rate climbing," said one
speaker. It has been
observed that most of the
crimes committed are not
against strangers .said a
police officer.
The plea was for the
criminals to come for-
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The door to higher edu-
" cation for African American
and other students of color is
closing and so will
America's long term eco-
nomic future.
Despite the clear and
decisive decision by the U.S
Supreme 'Court in the
University of Michigan case
upholding the principle of
affirmative action, some of
America's. leading colleges
and universities are already
opening their purse strings
to white students using
minority scholarships dol-
.lars.


According to a report by
The New York Times, pres-
sure from Washington, D.C.,
and fear of litigation is forc-
ing several colleges and uni-
versities to allow white stu-
dents to apply for hundreds
of thousands of dollars in
fellowships, scholarships
and other programs previ-
ously targeted for minority
students.
In January at the State
Uni\ersit ,of New York,
white students became eligi-
ble for $6.8 million of aid in
two minority scholarship
programs. On the opposite
coast, California's
Pepperdine University is
negotiating with the U.S.
Department of Education
over its use of race as a cri-
terion in its scholarship pro-


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grams. In an ironic twist,
during Black History
Month, Southern Illinois
University reached a con-
sent decree with the Justice
Department to allow non-
minorities and men access to
graduate fellowships origi-
nally created for minorities
and women. It is unclear
how many institutions
across the nation are modi-
fying their policies because
colleges and institutions
often do not discuss these
changes.
Travis Reindl, Director
of State Colleges and
Universities, believes hun-
dreds, if not thousands, of
scholarship and fellowship
programs use race as a crite-
rion and, as many as 50 per-
cent of the four-year col-
leges in the United States
have reviewed or modified
such programs.
The chilling effect of a
new, more decidedly conser-
vative U.S. Supreme Court
is readily apparent. Some
university and college offi-
cials admit that although the
University of Michigan case
allowed the use of race as
one of several criteria for
college admissions, the,
recent confirmations of
Justices John Roberts and
Samuel Alito are likely to
challenge.in that decision. ,
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Minority Scholarships Going to Whites Closes
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Marc H. Morial
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scholarships claim that poli-
cy changes are good because
they will eliminate race as a
factor in decision making in
higher education. "Our con-
cern is that the law be fol-
lowed and nobody be denied
participation in a program
on account of skin color or
what country their ancestors
came from," said Roger
Clegg, president and general
counsel of the Center for
Equal Opportunity.
Advocates of minority
scholarships like Theodore
M. Shaw, President of the
NAACP Legal Defense and
Educational Fund, chal-
lenges the notion that pro-
grams for minority students
hurt whites, "How is it that
they conclude that the great
evil in this country is dis-
crimination against white
people?'!
Let's be very clear. Any
.effort to reduce the number
of minority students finan-
cially able to go to under-
graduate or graduate school
will be devastating and have
far reaching, negative effect
on America as an economic
powerhouse. Why?
The National Urban
League's 2005 State of
Black America report
revealed that financial
access was the. greatest
impediment to higher educa-
tion attainment by African
Americans, and for,every 10
whites that earn a college
diploma, only. 6.3 African
Americans do so. Studies
also show that a person with
a four ear degree earns four


times more income than
individual without a degree.
The overall economic
status of blacks is just 57%
that of whites according to
State of BlackAmerica 2005
Report's Equality Index.
This disparity exists due to -
key factors such as income,
employment, home and
business ownership--all of
which are directly impacted
by one's level of educational
attainment.
As America's population
becomes more diverse, '(by
2020, the U.S. Census
Bureau estimates that 50
percent of all American chil-
dren will be children of
color) one must question the
wisdom is this sea change
by academia if fewer
minorities are able to attain
a higher education, what
will be the economic capa-
bilities of America's future.
earners? Who will become
the engineers, doctors..
lawyers and others able to'
consume America's own -
goods arid sen ices and corn-
pete in our global economy? "
Minority\ scholarship and .
fellowship programs give
minorities access to higher.
education exist not only to
right the moral wrongs of:
America's segregated past,
they are Amelica's best eco-
nomic interests.


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APRIL 8, 2006


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and. Services-

SACRED CANTATA FOR SOLI AND CHORUS-The
Chancel Choir of St. Phillip's Episcopal Church, 321 Union
Street West, presents The Seven Last Words of Christ, a
sacred Cantata for soli and chorus by Theodore Dubois, on
Good Friday, April 14, 7:00 p.m. Henry A. Mack, Organist
-Conductor. James P. Smith, Guest Organist.
EASTER EVENTS-The public is invited to join First
A.M.E. Church of Palm Coast in a series of Easter events
beginning with the modern oratorio, Pre-Easter Concert:
"Colors Of Grace", featuring the Ministers of Music, Trinity
and their special guests on Sunday, April 9, 3:00 p.m.
Services will be held on Thursday, April 13, 6;30 p.m.;
Friday, April 14, 12:00 p.m., "The Seven Last Words of
Christ" featuring Rev. Edwin Coffe, Rev. William Green,
Rev. Kim Corbin, Rev. Walter Lassiter, Bro. Brian Bernard,
Evangelist Faye Dadzie and Rev. Jeffrey Deyoe. The events
continue with the Easter Sunrise Service, April 16, 6:00
a.m., at Daytona Beach Community College, Palm Coast,
highlighting First A.M.E.'s New Destiny Ensemble; a
Sermonic Presentation entitled "Angelic Answers Before
The scension"-Part 1, Rev. Gillard S. Glover, First A.M.E.'s
Pastor, free breakfast for invited guests at the educational
complex of the church at 7:30 a.m.; Easter,Resurrection
Service, 10:45 a.m., featuring First A.M.E's United Voices,
and "Angelic Answers Before the Ascension"-Part 2 with
Rev. Gillard S. Glover. First A.M.E. Church is located at 91
Old Kings Road North in Palm Coast, For more information
call the church at (386) 446-5759.
EASTER MUSICAL DRAMA-East Pointe Church and the
Covenant Choir present the compelling Easter Musical
Drama, "For Such a Man as This" on Friday, April 14, 7:00
p.m. and again on Easter Sunday morning April 16 at 9:30
a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Preschool childcare will be provided. A
special Easter program for children will take place on Easter
Sunday. .East Pointe Church is located at 270 N. Keran
Bld. (approximately two miles east of Regency Square).
For information, call 220-2377.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS-St. Pius V Catholic Church,
2110 Blue Ave., will hold its annual Stations of the Cross in
the Neighborhood on Good Friday, April 14 at 1:00 p.m.
The public is invited to come and walk in a prayerful remem-
brance of Jesus' sufferings while also praying for neighbors
surrounding St. Pius V. For more information contact
Lucille Trotter at (904) 354-1501.
SEVEN LAST WORDS OF CHRIST-First New Zion
Missionary Baptist Church. 4835 Soutel Dr. presents The
Seven Last Words Of Christ on Good Friday, April 14, at
7:00 p.m. The last words spoken by Christ on the cross are
full of divine wisdom, human emotion and suffering. The
public is invited to wimess preaching, singing and narration
of the gospel account of the Passion Story of Jesus' last
words spoken from the cross at Calvary. Rev. James B.
Sampson, Pastor. ,
ATTENTION ALL SENIOR CITIZENS-The My
Medicare Matters Van will be at Southside Church of God in
Christ assisting senior citizens who have not signed up for
the new Medicare Part D Plan. Bring all your prescriptions
and information to the church on Friday April 14, 9:30 a.m.-
3:00 p.m. The church is located at 2179 Emerson St. This
event is sponsored by the Community Care in action and the
Community Care ministry of Southside Church of God in
Christ. For more information contact Joan Turner at (904)
630-0966 or the church at (904) 398-1625.
PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY-New Redeemed Church of
God in Christ. 2771 Mayport Rd.. will celebrate the Pastor's
6th Anniversanr April 12-16. Service will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday-Friday and at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 16.
For more information or directions to the church, contact
Sis. Sherri Sawyer at (904) 992-7337 or First Lady Gail
Milliner at (904) 551-9702. Wayne Milliner, Pastor.
WQMEN"S CAUCUS-Vision Baptist Church of
Jacksonville located at 8973 Lem Turner Rd., will h6st its
Annual Women's Caucus, entitled "Waiting To Exhale" on
Friday, April 14 at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Dr. Tywanna Estell of
New LifePower Ministries is the guest speaker. All women


are invited to attend and participate in this life changing
event. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. To RSVP or for
additional information, call 612-8758 or 294-2602.
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to:
info@thefloridastar.com


A.M.E. Ministerial Alliance

Plans Good Friday Service


The public is invited to
Good Friday service 12:00
noon-3:00 p.m. on April 14,
at Historic Mount Zion
A.M.E. Church located at
201 East Beaver St..
The A.M.E. Ministerial
Alliance of the East Florida
Conference, Eleventh
Episcopal District' has
planned a worship service to
uplift your spirit and chal-
lenge your spiritual knowl-
edge of the "Last Sayings of
Jesus Christ on the Cross."
The Seven words will be


delivered by God's anointed
messengers; music by the
FCCJ Downtown Campus
Gospel and Concert Chorale
and A.M.E. choirs.
Services can be viewed
on closed.circuit television
in: the lower auditorium
while on your lunch break:
Rev. Alton Coles,,
President, A.M.E.
Ministerial Alliance. Rev.
Marva Mitchell, Vice
President. Rev. F. D.
Richardson, Jr., Pastor.


First Black Jesus Movie Produced


LOS ANGELES -- Rev.
Cecil "Chip" Murray, for
over twenty-seven years
served as the senior pastor of
Los .Angeles' First African
Methodist Episcopal Church
(FAME). He has been a
prominent influential leader
to over eighteen thousand
members in the community
and around the globe. Rev.
Murray and his church's
efforts to end community
violence during the 1992
Rodney King riot are contin-
uously recognized in our
city's religious and civil
landscapes.
Rev. Cecil "Chip"
Murray is a distinguished
civic leader who brought
forth a wealth of knowledge
and support to his involve-
ment in the writing and pro-
duction of the film, "Color
of the Cross." He believes
this version of Jesus Christ
has been long overdue. 'I
think that people will wel-
come this as a fresh perspec-
tive. especially as well-
researched as this story is,"
said Rev. Murray.
"Color of the Cross," an
independent, biblically
charged religious biopic,
based on the last 48 hours of
Christ's life, stands to be the
most controversial depiction
of Jesus to date.
The film is unique in two
distinct \ways: The first dra-
matic film in Hollywood his-
tory ever to depict Christ as a
black man. Secondly, it is the.
first Christian based film to
inject race as a possible fac-
tor in the Crucifixion of
Christ. This racial perspec-
tive to the conventional bib-
'lical story is sure to chal-
lenge Conservative Christian
beliefs. The .film pplaces
racial issues front and center
in this growing religious dis-
course that is sure to become
an additional topic for
debate. According to
Producer, Kenneth
Halsband, "When you see
the black man on the cross.
you are immediately remi-
niscent of the 960's... Our
film hopes t heal those


wounds". The film, 'inde-
pendently financed is cur-
rently in production and
scheduled for theatrical
release in fall 2006.
"Color of the Cross,"
written and directed by lead
actor Jean Claude LaMarre,
and starring Debbi Morgan
("Coach. Carter," "Woman
Thou Art Loosed") as Mary,
the mother of Jesus.
S The film is a Nu-Lite
Entertainment production,
and producers are Re\. Cecil
"Chip" Murray., Jessie
Levostre, Kenneth
Halsband, Executive
Producers Lila Aviv. Paul
Noe, Marc Porterfield,
Michele Gonda and Co-pro-
ducer Marcello Thedford.

DEATH


NOTICES
BATTS-James Baris died March 30.
201)6.
BLACKWELL-Roben, died March 28.
2006.
BODISON-lane Bodaion died March
21. 2006.
BROWN-Antonio Devon died March
29. 2006.
BROWN-Roger A., died April 3, 2006.
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BURDEN-Isadore. died March 30,
2006 A B. Coleman Morruarn, Inc.
BUlRIS-Claudia R died April 4. 2006.
BU TLER-Marha. died March 29, 2006.
CHRISTOPHER-Benjamin Larone.
16, died March 29. 2006.
COLLINS-CHarhe Mae, died March
30. 2006. A.B Coleman Morruar). Inc.
DEESE-Addie L died March 29,
2006
DEVOE-Allen A.. Jr, died March 27.
2006
DILLON-James. 60. died April 4. 2006
EADY-Wanda, died March 31. 2006.
FRAZIER-Rosa M., died March 31,
2006.
GARTRELL-Harde. died March 22,
2006.
GOFF-Cinthia, died March 29. 2006.
GIBSON-Maggie L., died March 30,
2006.
HAFTERSON-AW3Nathan N.. USN.
died March 27. 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
MORTUARY. INC.
HARRIS-Rebecca. died March 30,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY.
INC.
IRVAT'B-Janos, died April 3, 2006.
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HENRY-Master Ton\. died March 29.
2006
BOLMES-Bearnce. died March 26.
2006.
HUNTER-Nora M.,. died March 29,
2006 .
JACKSON-NMT3 Montreal L. USI,
died March 31, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
MORTUARY.INC.
JONES-James. died March 28. 20)6
KESTER-John, died April I. 2006.
MARTIN-Eddie. died April 3, 2006.
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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 ...
(Escept First Sunday) 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor: Rev. Joe Calhoun, .U
(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
Clrist died .or our strn i as buried and Rose aeai," Isee I Coriprina/, s 1.5 1-4)
Sulzbacher Ourreach Sern ce ........... .. ........ ....... ............8.30 a.m.
Sunday School.................... ............ ........ .............................. 1 0:00 a.m .
Morning Worship ........... ........ .................... .. ....... 11 00 a.m.
Evening W orship....................... ...... ................................ .. ....... 6:30 p.m .
WednesdaN & Friday Night Service .. ....... ..................... .... 7.30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Oureach..................... .... ..................... ........ :00 p.m
SarurdaN Nursing Home Outreach .......... 3rd and 4th Saturdays
[miernaional Sunda.i School 9 i0 a.m and.i.00 p.m SarurdaJs on WYNIMM AM 1530
A Bible Preaching. Bible Belieiing aod:Bible Pracncing Church
S"\ilhout the shedding of Blood, there as no remission of sin" IHebrews 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
l Sunday School 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
-. Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
S Baptism-Praise & Worship
4 (Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 am.

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S' The Church Fhere Eerebodh 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
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"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"


"A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever Part II"
As always when I think of local artist Mrs. Vivian
Walker I also think of poet John Keats wrote, "A thing
of beauty is a joy for ever: Its loveliness increases; it
will never pass into nothingness; but still will keep a
bower quiet for us, and a sleep full of sweet dreams,
and health, and quiet breathing....My uncertain, path
with green that I may speed, easily onward, thorough
flowers." Mrs. Walker, you will recall a gifted artist
and member of The Jacksonville Chapter, Links, Inc.
is also honored with having one of her innumerable
paintings, Smokey Mountains, featured in the
Smithsonian Institute's state of Tennessee exhibit.
As the members of the Jacksonville Links Arts
Committee chaired by Mrs. Wanda Montgomery
assisted their member and artist Mrs. Vivian Walker
annually for the Saturday morning creative painting
session with the Hilltop Girl Scout troop members, as.
always this activity is as much a joyful experience for
the Girl Scouts, Daisies as it is for the Jacksonville
Links Arts Committee members.
Mrs. Walker prepares for this activity leaving no
detail undone in preparing for the energized and thrilled
young ladies. Several of this year's participants were
there last year. What a pleasure seeing how much they
had grown both physically and emotionally since last
year's session.
Each of the young ladies had a sketched canvas to
make a replica of the earlier painting creation of their
instructor Mrs. Walker. As she instructed the painting
of a beautiful floral arrangement, the young ladies were
wide-eyed and blissfully excited as their own creations
evolved, following the skillful and caring step by step
instructions of Mrs. Walker assisted by her connecting
Link Dr. Khan Walker and helpful Link sisters
Mesdames Dana Cunningham, Wanda
Montgomery, Kathryn Massaquoi, Marjoria
Manning, Gloria Dean-chapter president, Susan
Canty Jones and ydurs truly.
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever", states poet John
Keats and The Jacksonville, Chapter, Links, Inc. and
Mrs. Walker ensure that the Girl Scouts at Hilltop and
her Link sisters are always encircled by bountiful beau-
ty!
********
A Dual Celebration for Mrs. Evelyn Ray Rogers
When an intimate group of friends gathered recent-
ly for a dinner party at the Hidden Hills Country Club
dining room bringing gifts, of course, for the special
birthday of Nationwide Insurance Owner/Agent
Mrs. Evelyn Ray Rogers they certainly didn't expect
to leave with gifts. Ho\\ever, that is exactly what
Phenomenal Woman Extraordinaire Mrs. Evelyn Ray
Rogers presented to her birthday dinner party guests!
Following the very exquisite dining with Mrs. Rogers
arid hubby Morris Rogers there were celebratory
toasts arid the opening of her gifts. And to everyone's
surprise Mrs. Rogers gave each of her guest keepsake
gift bags that contained very, very special individual-
ized gifts. Everyone was spellbound! And yet this is so
typical of the honoree. She just keeps giving, and giv-
ing, and giving as the Energizer Bunny keeps going,
going and going!
Happy Birthday Mrs. Evelyn Ray Rogers and may
all your blessings just keep coming, and coming and
coming!
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events. Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
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or fax (904) 285-7008.
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Jacksonville Links, Inc. Arts Committee members: Mesdames Dana
Cunningham, Wanda Montgomery-Committee chairperson, Kathryn
Massaquoi, Marjoria Manning, Gloria Dean-chapter prexy, Susan
Canty Jones and Betty Asque Davis. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)
i1lllNlllllT


Jacksonville Links Arts Committee Chair Mrs. Wanda Montgomery
with another budding artist. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


The genius at work, Mrs. Vivian Walker. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


Jacksonville Links members Mesdames Marjoria Manning and Dana
Cunningham assisting a budding artist. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


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'Budding Artist' sisters were able to do their'portrait together. (Photo
by Betty Asque Davis)


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Phenomenal Woman birthday Honoree Mrs. Evelyn Ray Rogers with
hubby Morris Rogers. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


Mrs. Ray Rogers poses with the birthday cake. (Photo by. Carl Davis, All birthday celebrants together Leroa and Jill Walker. NMrs. Ra.
Sr) Rogers and Jerry Barbour. (Photo by J. Carl Davis. Sr


The Ray Alfords. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Mrs.Ray Rogers with her 'Mom' Mrs. Inez Christopher Asque. (Fhoto
byJ. Carl Davis, Sr.)


The Jerry Barbours and Ms. Lee Lomax. (Photo by J. Carl Davis. S )


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APKIL 8 ,20O 6 _____


Senator Hill, Florida Conference Of Black State Legislators Working

To Prevent Additional Deaths In Florida's Juvenile Justice System


Senator Anthony C.
"Tony" Hill, Sr. (D-
Jacksonville) and the mem-
bers of the Florida
Conference of Black State
Legislators (FCBSL) held a
press conference Thursday,
March 30, 2006 to discuss
issues they deem relevant
and required to be imple-
mented to prevent any future
deaths in Florida's
Department of Juvenile
Justice's sN stem DJJ).
As the death count con-
tinues to mount within the
Department of Juvenile
Justice, not just the most
recent one in the news,
Martin Andeison, who died
after being beaten by guards
at the Bay Count. Sheriffs
Office Boot Camp in
Panama City, Florida, on
January 5, 2006, immediate
action is needed by the gov-
ernor ahrd state officials to
prevent future deaths and or
other tragedies. It was stat-
ed that five (5) deaths have
occurred in the DJJ system
over the last fe\ \ ears.
Senator Ton\ Hill
stressed finding issues, and
that the department is cur-
rently under funded in many
areas. He pointed out the
need for increased funding
for Medical Care, Health
and Mental Health. He stat-
ed that in the current budget


proposals there is $ 250,000
in the Senate Budget for
Medical Care, zero dollars
in the House Budget and
$3.7 million i in the
Governor's Budget. He stat-
ed that "the FCBSL is
requesting that $5 million be
appropriated for Health Care
for the DJJ."
Senator Mandy Dawson
(D- Ft. Lauderdale), stated
that CINS/FINS, Children in
Need of Services and
Families. in Need of
Services, "dollars allocated
to DJJ, and its use, should be
reviewed, because there is
adequate money there to
help with the problems and
the CINS/FINS program
made a commitment to con-
tinue to work with the DJJ."
Senator Hill stated there is a
need to review how the dol-
lars are distribution, amount
distributed to locations in
predominately minority
communities, the amount
distributed to minority
organizations working with
DJJ, and the amount speci-
fied for prevention.
Senator Hill stated "the
FCBSL would be looking at
a partnership with Florida A
& M University" and a study
to .be conducted by its
Criminal Justice majors to
look at the number of youth.
by race, sex and age, who


Recalling The Struggle


University of Florida students sing while marching from
the Reitz Student Union to Tigert Hall Wednesday morn-
ing to commemorate "Black Thursday," when 300-400
students staged a sit-in at Tigert on April 15, 1971, to
protest racial equity issues during the O'Connell admin-
istration. More than 100 students eventually withdrew
from UF because of their frustration with a lack of action
at the time.


appear before Juvenile
Judges and the number that
end up in the DJJ system, by
race, sex, age, crime, sen-
tence, DJJ Idcation assigned
to; DJJ locations, those man-
aged by DJJ, those priva-
tized, and the race, sex, age.
crime, and sentence of juve-
niles in each.
Representative Frank
Peterman, (D- St.
Petersburg), stated that "cur-
rent training requirements
used. by DJJ are unaccept-
able, especially in their pri-
vatized facilities." He stated
that there "should be
required initial and on-going
training for all employees of
DJJ working with youth, in
DJJ managed facilities and
privatized facilities, con-
ducted by certified trainers."
He also discussed the need
for more Faith Based intia-
ti\es in DJJ and a re\ e\\ of
ho\\ the current money\ allo-
cated for such is being used.
Representative Bruce
Antone (D- Orlando). point-
ed out that statistical\ "the
majority \ of the youth in DJJ
facilities are African
American." It \\as also stat-
ed that Hispanic. Latino, and
the poor and forgotten, of all
races, especially from rural
communities, represent a
large number sentenced to
and incarcerated by DJJ.
Representative Antone stat-
ed that "an inadequate
amount of funding is allo-
cated for the prevention of
juvenile crime, and that DJJ
does not concentrate on pre-
vention as much as is need-
ed. 'Too much time and
money is spent on punish-
ment, verses prevention."
Senator Hill states that
"the salaries of DJJ employ-
ees working \with south
should reflect the profes-
sionalism required for the
quality of \\ork needed.
There should be a Career
Ladder for employees \\ho
work with our children, like
that which exists for all
other Professional State
Workers, because our chil-
dren are too important for
their lives to be put into the
hands of unqualified, non-
professional personnel.
Florida must invest money
no\\ and be smart. You get
quality' ork from qualified
workerss. "
He states further that "we


must give the parents of
Florida the relief and com-
fort they want and deserve.
All parents should be
assured they won't have to
worry about their children
not receiving needed med-
ical and or mental health
treatment and or being
injured or killed if their chil-
dren are required to spend
time in Florida's Juvenile
Justice System."
Florida says it wants the
best Juvenile Justice
System. Senator Hill states
that "when you want some-
thing, you have to pay for it.:
Decisions were made to pri-
vatize before krino ing if the,


companies contracted with
were qualified to do the
work, in the Juvenile Justice
System and the Adult
Correctional System. The
current Juvenile Justice sys-
tem is over loaded, there is
not enough infrastructure,
there are too many children
in the system for the amount
of money provided for
supervision, rehabilitation,
medical care, education and
all other required services
and there are too few quali-
,fied personnel in the system
to provide the required serv-
ices."
He stated further that "all
state agencies and privatized


companies working for the
State of Florida, Juvenile
Justice and all others, must
be held accountable for the
work, or lack of, of all its
employees, the services pro-
vided and or not provided,
and the subsequent conse-
quences of any and all
actions taken and there
results."

Senator Hill and the
other members of the
FCBSL stated that "the line
must be drawn in the sand
now, no more children can
be allowed to die in Florida's
Juvenile Justice System."


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'This Case Has Just Begun'


United States Representative Cynthia McKinney, surrounded by local elected officials
and community and religious leaders, speaks to Atlanta media, the latest press con-
ference following an altercation between her and U. S. Capitol Police on March 28.
Although she didn't expound on facts of the ongoing criminal case in which she has
retained attorneys, Ms. McKinney said, "mine is a Congressional office that works for
the people." Listening to Ms. McKinney at Concerned Black Clergy (CBC) headquar-
ters are Georgia State Representative Tyrone Brooks, CBC President Reverend Darrell
Elligan, Trinity House Director Leonard Tate, Rainbow PUSH Regional Director Joe
Beasley, Georgia State Representative "Able Mable" Thomas, DeKalb County NAACP
President Kenneth Samuels and other community supporters.

PHOTO BY JOHN B. SMITH, JR. / THE ATLANTA INQUIRER NEWSPAPER


By David Stokes/
THE ATLANTA
INQUIRER
NEWSPAPER

Days after noted
Hollywood actors/activists
and a throng of youth and
young adults stood in sup-
port and by the side of U. S.
Representative Cynthia
McKinney (D-Ga.) to hear
her comments pertaining to
an altercation with the U. S.
Capitol Police on March 28,
legal action remains an,
option and is being consid-
ered against the
Congressional member vho
is claiming "being a black
female" aid general racism
was the catalyst for the inci-
dent.
At a news conference
held last week at Howard
University in Washington.
D.C., renowned actors Harry
Belafonte and Danny
Glover, respectively, joined
various supporters, Ms.
McKinney and her attorneys
to state an investigation is
welcomed into the physical
altercation of McKinney
allegedly hitting a U. S.
Capitol policeman ,after he
called for her to stop and not
enter the Longworth
Building- for House of
Representatives.


It is mandated procedure
that House members wear
Congressional identification
lapel pins upon entering and
while in the Capitol. Ms.
McKinney, on the date of
altercation, was not wearing
her pin.
During a brief statement
at the news conference,
however, "the whole inci-
dent was instigated .by the,
Inappropriate touching and
stopping of me: a female,
black Congresswoman,"
Ms. McKinney said. In a
written report outlining the
act, Ms. McKinney said,
"(the, officer) approached
me, body-blocked me and
physical touched me. I
used my arm.to get him off
of me.. I asked him several
times not to touch me. He
asked for ,nmy id, and I
showed it to him. He then let
me go, and I proceeded to,
my meeting."
At late press time ,U. S.
Capitol officials were con-
sidering filing an assault
charge against McKinney,
the representative comprised
mostly of DeKalb County
who returned to the nation's
Capitol year before last after
being defeated by a new-
comer, former U. S.
Representative Denise
Majette, in 2002.


According to the U. S.
Capitol: Police late last
week, an investigation
remains in effect that could
lead to criminal prosecution.
James MN art. Jr., one of
McKinney attorinel s. indi-
cated self-defense was the
reason for the alleged hit to
the white U. S. Capitol
policeman. "Cynthia
McKinney, like thousands of
other African-Americans in
this country, is a victim of
excessive use of force b\
law enforcement officials
because of how she' looks
and the color of her skin."
The Capitol officer has since
said he didn't recognize Ms.
McKinneN because of a rela-
tivelN new\ hair makeover.
and 'due to her
Congressional pin absence.
"Many members of
Congress do iot wear their
id pins," stated the pastor of
Stone Mountain's Victory
Baptist Church. Rev. Dr.
Kenneth Samuels. a frequent
guest of McKinney's who'
has visited Capitol Hill.
"There are no names and no
photos on the pins. If this
pin is standard security for
the U. S. Congress. I submit
that the Congress is inse-
cure." The DeKalb County
NAACP president also indi-
cated ,that while all


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Americans are "concerned
for our security, one's digni-
ty, respect and civil liberties
should not be (abridged)."
While Myart and other
supporters spoke, "Is
Cynthia A Target?" and
other placards were held by
local children.
Last weekend, Ms.
McKinney did not return
several calls seeking late
comment (after her appear-
ance at a long-scheduled
Peace and Justice Rally at
Piedmont Park). However,
her father, Billy McKinney,
the retired Ga. state repre-
sentative who remains a
firebrand at nearly 80, said
simply when contacted by a
reporter, "this is all a bunch
ofbull$*@t. The entire inci-
dent has been blown out of
proportion."
Additionally, during a
news conference (April 3) at
the weekly Concerned Black
Clergy (CBC) of Atlanta
meeting comprised of elect-
ed officials and religious and
community leaders, Ms.
McKinney was supported
and well-received by the
homefront.
Although she spoke
nothing of last week's alter-
cation, Ms. McKinney only
called off a litany of accom-
plishments achieved while
back in Washington. D.C.,
thereby, allowing local sup-
porters to defend her cause.
"Mine is a Congressional
office that is working for the
people." McKinney pro-
claimed.
"We are here to support
our congresswoman,
Cynthia McKinney, not only
because she assists \ ith the
helpless and hopeless," CBC:
President Rev. Darrell
Elligan said, "but she's a
competent, courageous
female and person who rep-
resents us well. She's com-.
mitted to ser ing all people
...who not onl\ talks thetalk,
but-walks the walk.
"We want to send the
message that,
Congress\omnan McKinney'
is not only. Ga.-born, Ga.-
fed, but is, Ga.-protected,"
Rev. Elligan declared.'"We
w ant all to know she has our
support unconditionally."
Late-breaking develop-
ments at press time The
Inquirer discovered include
Ms. .McKinney's impending,
arrest 24 hours after the
March 28 altercation.
However, the chair of the U.
S.. House Administration
Committee, U.. S.
Representative Juanita
Millender-McDonald, a
longtime African-American
from California, intervened
with such upon asking about
specific facts of the alterca-
tion, thereby, approaching
the U. S. House's Sergeant-
at-Arms to delay a possible
arrest until an investigation
was fully completed. (^s
committee chair, Millender-
McDonald is the official's
supervisor and is overseer of
the U. S. Capitol Police.)
"I deeply regret this inci-
dent occurred," McKinney
said at Howard University,
saying, too, on the advice of
her attorneys, she could not
discuss any facts pertaining
to the altercation and inves-
tigation. "I am certain that


after a full review of the
/


facts, I will be exonerated."
Since the incident, con-
versation surrounding
McKinney is mixed.
Another supporter at home
is state Sen. Gloria Butler
"She's a victim," the
DeKalb County lawmaker
said, citing her personal
experience that Ga. state
Capitols security "are quick
to motion toward you,"
which can bring about
adversarial reaction alto-
gether, according to Ms.
Butler.
With charges of racism
and racial profiling towards
blacks in general, black Ga.
elected officials detailed
instances of alleged "racial
profiling" that have taken
place at the state Capitol. .
Georgia State
Representative Tyrone
Brooks, upon speaking of a
1968 incident 'in
Washington, D.C. following
an SCLC march in which
activists were arrested while
"walking around" in the
nation's Capitol, stated,
"racial profiling took place
(then), and it's (the same) in
'2006. "This ,incident is not
all about Cynthia, it's about
African-Americans in
America." Brooks, a state
legislator since 1980, told
how, he felt affronted and,
became "angrn ...after being
treated like a little boy, like
one just arri\ ing as a country
bumpkin" during the public
viewing at the state Capitol
of Mrs. Coretta Scott King
on Sat., Feb. 4th.
"I was offended ho0\ we
were treated as black lai\-
makers." Brooks said. indi-
cating how all Legislative
Black Caucus members
were relegated toi a third-
floor railing by the Ga. State
Patrol.
According to Brooks,
"the\ were locked out %while
the whitee folks were down
circulating (near Mrs.
King's casket). A double-
standard and unequal treat-
ment exists, and if it's hap- .
opening to us in Atlanta, it's
happening 'to Cynthia
McKiinne in Washington."
Georgia State
Representative Roberta
Abdul-Salaam went a step
further with the same type of
tale under the Gold Dome.
Claiming she was "physical-
ly accosted by another
(House) member," Abdul-
Salaam said she reported the
incident to Capitol Police,
but was:told to report it to
the House Speaker.
"Nothing was ever done."
"There is an assault on
black women," the one-term
Clayton and Fayette County
representative stated. "I
need to understand the level
of disrespect going on with


us women: women in posi- -
tions, women who have
earned our places, worked
hard to be and stay where we
are because we care."
"Racial profiling is a.
well-thought out and well-
planned attack on the black
leadership ...that's going on
from the Gold Dome to the
White House," Abdul-
Salaam emphasized.
Said Georgia State
Representative "Able
Mable" Thomas,
"(Cynthia's. case) is not a
criminal matter; it's a politi-
cal matter. What's really
going on in America right
now ...that they don't want
black America to know
about at the moment that's
not been spoken? Some peo-
ple just can't take (Cynthia)
being a come-back kid."
On the airwaves,
McKinney critics abound.
Some listeners of The Neal
Boortz Show on WSB-AM
were offended when the host
chastised the U., S. House
member about the new hair
makeover sported since
mid-February. "...That wild
and crazy hair-do has made
her look like a ghetto slut,"
Boortz is reported to have
said on his March 31 pro-
gram,. suggesting
McKinney s troubles were
self-induced.
While the Fraternal,
Order of Police is condemn-
ing McKinney for not fol-
io\ ing U. S. Capitol proto-
col. she's receiving heavy-
\\eight support from others.
"I'm attending this news
conference because I sup-
port our sister." emphasized
actor Glover. a San
Francisco resident who is'
known for "Lethal Weapon"
movie fame.
"We're here to be sure
that the process of investiga-
tion is fair." actor Harry
'Belafonte stated, noted
worldwide for stellar stage
plays and- screen films, as
\ell as for his activism dur-
ing the civil rights move-
merit w ith Martin Luther
King, Jr.
Furthermore, politics is
perceived to be in play. "I
find it highly unusual that
the incident has .(reached
possible criminal prosecu-
tiin)." stated another .of
McKiiney's attorneys,
Michael Raffauf, suggesting
Republican leaders are
behind the investigation and
charges of assault. "This
case has just begun. When :
all of the information is out
and available for review
...and all avenues are afford-
ed' to this American citizen
as guaranteed under the U. '
S. Constitution, it will have -
been shown Ms. McKinney
was a victim of force."


Former Colorado Lt. Governor Dies In Florida
Former Colorado Lt. Gov. George
Brown, the first African-American to win
statewide office in Colorado, has died
from cancer at the age of 79. His daugh-
ter, Laura Mitchell, said he died at his
home in Boca Raton, Fla., on Friday.
"He was extremely dedicated to the
Slaves of African-Americans anywhere,
and he did his best to ensure that opportu-
nities were always available," said state
George Brown Rep. Rosemary Marshall, D-Denver,
Brown's ex-wife. "Civil rights was his
passion." Two weeks ago, Brown co-chaired the National Black
Peoples Unity convention in Gary, Ind. Brown is survived by his
wife, four children, five step-children, seven grandchildren and
four great- grandchildren. -


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munity is that the driving of the vehicles had nothing to do with the arguments. It
is voiced in the community that the argument was really a "baby-mama-drama" but
no one has provided information on what baby, what mama or what daddy. Friends,
family and members of the community joined hands in prayer as they created a
memorial at the site where Chiquita was stabbed.
Many say that Chiquita was a very nice person who would have been an excel-
lent medical assistant. Meddler's funeral service will be held on Saturday at 11:00
a.m. at the Carepath Tabernacle located at 1028 E. 10th Street.
The Browns continued from A-]
commitment to participate in the program's mandatory financial literacy/money
management training. The program requires one to deposit a minimal of $15.00 and
make monthly deposits, not to exceed $2,000 total, for a minimal of one year but no
more than two years. They also agreed to address all credit issues that could be a
barrier to reaching their intended goal.
The program provides matching funds for every dollar invested. For every dol-
lard saved, another dollar is placed in the account by Fresh Ministeries. The Browns
saw this as "doubling their money," and they did.
It took the Browns one year to save the desired money needed for the down pay-
ment on their home. They were able to close on the loan earlier this week.
The Browns were able to earn their single family, three-bedroom home and
together, they said they would handle all of the renovations required to make the
house their "dream home."
Beverly said, "we had the ambition but we needed additional TLC (tender, lov-
ing, care) to help us reach our goal, and fortunately, Fresh Ministries was there."
John's next goal is to participate in other Fresh Ministries programs to expand his
'designer landscaping' company. The couple said they know that they can reach all
goals they set because they "have the basic ingredients: God, love and trust."

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him against their car in the presence of several school employees and students.
About a half hour later, the men released Pickett. Sources say the story told by
the two officers is completely different from the story told and seen by all who wit-
nessed the incident, including Pickett.
The principal, Gail Brinson said that Pickett is well loved by everyone, as he is
always willing to help. She stated that in witnessing this incident, she has another
view of 'homeland security."
MAD DADS continued from A-1
ward and get help in curing the issues or problems that make them commit crimes.
Mr. Rumlin of the NAACP said, "It is crazy. We can no longer allow youth to take
over our city. Turn them in."
Literature was distributed and most took literature with them to recruit help. It
was noted that the number of murders have increased but so has the number of tips:
"For that, we are grateful," said Elder Foy of MAD DADS.

Case continued from A-1
then left the murdered woman's (Antonia Gerald) house because he did not want to
be implicated in the murder. He contended that was the reason the young Johnson's
S blood was found at the scene, His uncle is presently serving a life sentence for armed
robbery and denies being the murderer.
All but one'of the jurors believed that Johnson murdered Gerald, thereby creating
a hung jury.
Jurors were given the choice of convicting Johnson of first or second-degree mur-
Sder or manslaughter and of burglary. It is speculated that a re-trial will be held
rather than a workout.
Shootingcontinued from A-1
three bullet holes and when it was all over, Kerrie Lee Robinson died on her front
porch.
Witness said Robinson began shooting after hopping ouf of his car. Robinson was
the only person injured. He died from his wounds, which all agreed, the officers had
no choice but to shoot.

Jacksonville Has Highest Infant Death Rate In State
Almost eleven out of every thousand children born in Duval County in 2004 died,
according to the latest report, the highest in the State of Florida. Most of these chil-
dren are in the downtown area,and most are African Americans.' The state and
national average is. seven out of every one thousand..
Health officials say that the reason the infant death rate is so high is because the
mothers are usually unhealthy and have no insurance. Therefore, the babies are born
premature and.have low birth weights.
Duval County's latest study (2004) showed, the county.had more infant deaths,
~. more neonatal deaths, more post neonatal deaths and more sudden infant death syn-
drome (SIDS).
Stanton Graduate Named Duval Top Scholar By Florida DOE
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-Laura Ettedgui, a 2005 graduate of Stanton College
preparatory School, has been named by the Florida Department of Education as
Duval County's Academic Top Scholar for the 2005 graduating class.
Ettedgui is attending the University of Florida. '
S" .-"Laura is an excellent example of the man\ high-achieving students attend-
ing Duval schools, and we congratulate her on this award" said Ed Pratt-Dannals.
;. :Chief Academic Officer. "The school district is committed to the core belief that
every student can learn and to providing students with every opportunity to reach
academic excellence, as Laura has done."
Florida Academic Top Scholars are selected on the basis of their Bright Futures
Scholarship Program grade point averages (GPA) and their best composite SAT/ACT
scores.


NEWS IN BRIEF
38 Years After King's Assassination
Bath Tub Auctioned and Sold
About $58 million has been raised for a memorial to honor Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. and on eBay, the bathtub that James Earl Ray stood in to shoot Dr. King
was sold to a casino for $7,600 last week. The tub was sold to Golden Palace. The
tub went on sale in 2004 and drew a bid of $152,000 but eBay withdrew the item and
later decided it was a historical item and sold it for dollars less.

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Break Weekend, April 6-9. They have partnered with Atlanta Radio Q100 to provide
family-friendly activities. For information call 877-4JEKYLL or
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By Alvin A. Reid, Special to
the NNPA from the St. Louis
American


ST. LOUIS (NNPA) -
Anyone who thinks former
KTRS radio host David
Lenihan should have been
fired for calling Secretary of
State Condoleezza Rice a
"coon" recently is misguided,
according Harold Crumpton,
NAACP city chapter presi-
dent.
In fact, Crumpton and the
chapter have authored a letter
to KTRS requesting they re-
hire the conservative talk
show host immediately
because the situation "was
blown completely out of pro-
portion" by the media.
Lenihan, Crumpton,
NAACP Region 4 Director
Gil Ford and other members
were joined by Lenihan and
his wife, Karen, at a press
conference at the NAACP
Regional office.
Lenihan said he and his
wife had joined the NAACP
minutes before the press con-
ference. He also said he
would be working with the
"411 On The- FIVE-0
Program," which will educate
people as to why they should
not flee police if stopped
while driving.
Lenihan said he received
"compassion, support and
hugs" from Crumpton and
NAACP members he met
with on March 27. He said he
had no understanding of what
the NAACP stood for and
that is why he had not joined
the organization in the past.
While discussing Rice's
credentials to become com-
missioner of the National
Football League, Lenihan
said: "She's just got.a patent
resume, of somebody that's
got such serious skill. She
loves football, she's African-
American, which would kind
of be a big coon, a big coon -
oh my God, I am totally,
totally, totally, totally, totally.
sorry for that, OK? I didn't
mean that. That was just a
slip of the tongue." Lenihan
later said he meant to use the
\\ord "coup."
He still insists that his


racist gaffe was a slip of the
tongue and not a slur at Rice.
Rice has since forgiven
him, using the incident to
make a peculiar plug for the
war on terror. She argued that
continuing violence in Iraq
and Afghanistan is under-
standable, given that a mis-
cue like Lenihan's can hap-
pen in a mature democracy
like the U.S.
Crumpton has made a
180-degree turn on the sub-
ject in less than seven days.
The NAACP chapter
president said'earlier that he
was disturbed that the dis-
paraging- word could be
uttered "at a first-class news
outlet, and home of the St.
Louis Cardinals. The
Cardinals don't act like that.
They're a first-class opera-
tion."
He said station general
manager Tim Dorsey took the
right action, adding it should
send a message to other sta-
tions to do a better job of
judging the character of on-
air personalities.
He said he changed his
mind "after I got the facts."
NACCP member Sam
Moore said he and others "are
in the forgiving business." -
"We know we are going to
take a lot of hits in the
(Black) community for this.
Many are going to wonder
why (we would forgive and
support Lenihan)."
Gentry Trotter, a former
national NAACP board of
directors member and mem-
ber of the city chapter, called
Crumpton's action "outra-
geous."
Trotter said, "I'm just out-
done. Anyone who knows
what the NAACP is about
who has passed away must be
rolling in their graves." "
Many Blacks are already
wondering why the NAACP
would come to Lenihan's
defense, when it was silent;
following the dismissal of
two Black radio hosts last-
summer for making contro-
versial comments involving a
fair fight with a police officer.
Crumpton and Ford said
the NAACP did not come to
the defense of DJ Kaos and
DJ Silli Asz "because no one


asked us to."
Ford said it would be
"ambulance chasing" for the
NAACP to contact people
and ask them if they needed
the organization's help. He
said the organization is also
legally bound to not act in
that fashion.
A White member of the
NAACP, Ed Hermann, con-
tacted Crumpton to arrange
the meeting with Lenihan and
NAACP representatives.
Lenihan is a self-pro-
claimed conservative.
Lenihan had been at KTRS
only two weeks, moving over
from afternoon drive at
WGNU where he spent three
years.
While he wrote in a St.
Louis Post-Dispatch column
that he did not personally
think that Lenihan was pur-
posely trying to be racist in
making the comment,
Sylvester Brown called the
NAACP's latest move "ques-
tionable."
"I was not speaking for all '
Black people, just myself,"
Brown said. "If Crumpton or
the others want to forgive-
him, that's one thing. For
them to speak for the entire
organization is questionable."
Crumpton believes
Lenihan's statement that he
simply made a mistake and.
that his intent was not to be
racist toward a woman he
admires. Crumpton thinks the
Black community should
agree to forgive Lenihan
because "it's a waste 'of time
to keep washing over this
issue."
The Lenihans attended a
Black church, Washington
Metropolitan A.M.E Zion
Church, on Sunday.
"We're just trying to make
a positive out of this horrible ,
situation," said Karen
Lenihan.
She was almost reduced ,
to tears when a reporter asked
if their joining the NAACP .
was "a publicit) stunt."
Her husband, referring to
the NAACP leaders, said:
"One of the things I. found
tni amazing \~as the sup-
port these gentlemen have
given me.
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you're in a community group, ask if you can do.more by teaming
up with a community coalition. It's really simple. just go to
www.helpyourcommunity.org or call 1-877-KIDS-313 to
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RE: FY 2004 Section 5316 Grant
Job Access and Reverse Commute Program
URBANIZED AREA: Jacksonville, Florida
Appropriation: $2,973,779
RECIPIENT: Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) is providing an
opportunity for a public hearing to consider its FY 2003/04 Program of Projects which fed-
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generally available on a 50/50 matching basis between federal and local sources. The pub-
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Project Administration $297,378
Expanded Night Services 517,4304
Customized.Bus Lines Project 3,988,420
Inter-County Feeder Services 773,570
Riders Request Project '325,000
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and the public notified. Mail-requests to:
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and Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) of the First Coast Metropolitan Planning Or-
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expected to occur as a result of project implementation. These projects will have no sub-
stantial harmful effects on the environment, nor will they adversely affect service levels to
'the elderly or disabled. Details of the Program of Projects are available for review at 100
North Myrtle Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida through April 30, 2006 during normal business
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Make a Difference...
Register To \ote! That's
the message that \%as
spread through Du\al
Count\ recently as the
Du\al County Super\ isor
of Elections Office. area
high schools and colleges
held a country\ Ide student
voter registration dri\e.
The drive \\as held on
Wednesday April 5. 2006.
More than 40 schools par-
ticipated to register stu-
dents 18 \ears of age or


older.
Volunteers \were
able to pre-register 17
old students so that


also
\ear
the\


would d be read\ to \ote
\\hen they turned 18
In past \ears, the num-
ber of student others regis-
tered on that one retgstra-
tion drit e da\ often
exceeds 3.500
Tis \ear should be no
exception. Completed
registration application
forms for this \ear's drive
\\ill be collected from
each participating school
and a total number regis-
tered during the dnve cal-
culated.
One of the local
schools that always
delivers registered voters
is Edward Waters
College.
Student volunteers
helped sign up young 0ot-
ers in preparation for the
next elections. which \\ ll
be the federal and state
primary on September 5
and the general election on
November 7, 2006.
If you would like to
find out more information
about registering to vote or


holding a registration Dual County
dri e, please contact the Superx isor of Elections


Office at (904) 630-
1414.


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Peterson Students Excel At Skills USA Competition


Students from Frank H.
Peterson Academies of
Technology were awarded
29 medals at the recent
Region II SkillsUSA meet
in Jacksonville. Students
earning gold and silver
medals also will have the
opportunity to participate
in the state competition
this spring.
The March 2-3 region-
al competition was held at
Florida Community
College at Jacksonville's
downtown campus and
Alltel Stadium. SkillsUSA
is a partnership of stu-
dents, teachers and indus-
try representatives, work-
ing together to ensure
America has a skilled
work force. SkillsUSA
programs include local,
state and national competi-
tions in which students
demonstrate occupational
and leadership skills. One
hundred, sixty-seven stu-
dents from 18 school dis-
tricts competed in the
skills .categories at the
regional competition and
60 students participated in
the leadership categories.
"We are so proud of
our SkillsUSA students,"
said Peterson Principal
John Holecheck. "Every
one of them is a winner.
Each of them, along with
their teachers, worked
very hard to prepare for
this competition, and we
applaud their efforts and
accomplishments."
Peterson's winning stu-
dents are:
Three-dimensional
animation
Niki Logoreci and
Calvin Walker, first place
Advertising design
D'Andrea Seabrook,
first place
Duanyette Scott, sec-
ond place
Jamie Edmunds, third
place
Auto body repair


Edward Harris, first
place
Preston Falkner, sec-
ond place
Aviation maintenance

Gena Butler, first place
Jennifer Smith, second
place
Tim Murphy, third
place
Cosmetology
Samantha Tomlinson,
first place
Diesel engine repair
David Herrington, first
place
Food and beverage
service
Jennifer Blair, second
place
Related math
SDennis Castro, first
place
Jennifer Nasworthy,
second place
Nick Stilwell, third
place
Sculptured nails
Abby Kopp, first place
Web design
Nina Cueva and
Beverly Vergara, first
place


TV


news


anchor/reporter
Deja Adams, Kristen
Dressel and Heather
Purvis, third place
Action skills
Marcus Felton, first
place
Extemporaneous
speaking
Nick Beach, first place
Job skills
demonstration
Dirk Niedballa (com-
mercial art), first place
Promotional
bulletin board
Jessica McFarland,
D'Andrea Seabrook and
Carol Bunker, first place
Heather Purvis,
Andrew Ellis and
Duanyette Scott, second
place

Action interview


Jessica Burgess, first
place
Extemporaneous
writing
Letitia Batey; first
place


Andrew Ellis, second
place
Spelling
Diana Hall, first place
Promotion poster
Chad Collins and


Jennifer Smith, first place
Entrepreneurship
Frederick Brown, Ira
Evans, Edward Harris and
Dominique Robinson, first
place


Teaching Teens About


Money Management

(NAPSI)-More and more young adults are falling into debt. In fact, more students
drop out of college as a result of credit card debt than academic failure; they find them-
selves in debt and are unable to get jobs to pay that debt off.
From the latest electronic gadgets to
-.- high-priced clothing and accessories,
teenagers are being seduced into buying
S items they can't afford.
According to a study conducted by a
major credit card company, 78 percent of
parents say their high school student does
not have a budget.
More than 83 percent of college students
have at least one credit card, with an average
S.'" balance of $2,300. Compounding the prob-
-: lem, the average college student receives an
'' estimated 15 credit card solicitations per
'.. i" week.
." To help educate high school students on
the fundamentals of responsible and sensible
money management, Champion Mortgage
': and Family, Career and Community Leaders
0ofAmerica (FCCLA) have teamed up to cre-
w.*. ate Spend SmartSM, a national public
awareness campaign.
At in-school events designed to educate
and entertain, teens and their parents learn
about managing their money, setting up a budget, and building good credit.
Spend Smart's goal is to teach teens about the importance of responsible money
management and the perils of debt and credit card misuse before they make costly mis-
takes that take years to overcome.

How it works

High schools are invited to host Spend Smart community events.
The program includes information about the staggering statistics of debt among
young people, an exercise on budgeting, a student-led youth-to-youtj breakout session,
and a financial expert-led parent breakout session.
At each event, student attendees have the opportunity to win the following::

$500 savings bond (one per event);
$100 savings bonds (five per event); and
$25,000 scholarship (one for all events combined).

To learn more about the Spend Smart program, visit the Web site at www.champi-
on.com.
Through an in-school program, parents and students can learn the fundamentals of
responsible money management.


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Stress And Fatigue Top Students' Concerns


the wrong approach when
it comes to exam time
preparation.
According to a survey
conducted by The
Princeton Review and
Wrigley, more than 85 per-
cent of students admit to
feeling increased stress
and tension at exam time,


Teen Safety In


The Workplace

(NAPSI)-When teenagers go off to work-sometimes
for the first time in their lives-parents want to know they
will be safe in the workplace. Who will look out for their
safety? Industrial hygienist are professionals who spe-
cialize in ensuring safe and healhy- work environments
for employees of all ages.
Are teenagers safe in the workplace? Do they know
what to watch out for in terms of safety? Consider these
statistics from the National Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health (NIOSH):
On average, 45 percent of American teens are
employed each year-more than any other developed
country.
More than three million U.S. teens enter the work-
force every summer and thousands of these teens are
admitted to emergency rooms due to work-related
injuries.
Nearly 200,000 adolescents suffer injuries on the
job and approximately 70 die from these injuries each
year.
Teens have the highest rate of non-fatal work-relat-
ed injuries, even though they encounter the same poten-
tial on-the-job hazards as adults.
The reasons for teen work-related accidents include
lack of experience, gaps in current laws and enforce-
ment, inexperienced supervisors, working in industries
that don't generally hire professionals trained in industri-
al hygiene and/or safety, physical limitations due to lack
of size and strength, and simple lack of maturity ("goof-
ing off' on the job).
The majority of deaths and injuries of teen workers
on the job occur in retail stores and restaurants.-
Common potential hazards include automobile and
machinery operation (for teens old -enough for such
tasks), working in high-homicide industries such as
retail, working with or near electrical or hot equipment,
working jobs with fall hazards, and working jobs requir-
ing manual lifting.
To learn more about safety in the workplace, visit
www.aiha.com. If your teenager is working, he or she is
not alone. More than two in five of American teens are
employed each year.


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Although experiencing
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dents oir their toes, choos-
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ment techniques can ulti-
mately work against their
academic goals.
The recent survey
revealed students are deal-
ing with exam time pres-
sures by snacking during
study time (76 percent),
studying with a caffeine
buzz (61 percent) and
burning the midnight oil
(41 percent).
The survey also
revealed, however, that
some students are finding
ways to meet the chal-
lenges of studying for test
time, such as listening to
classical music (20 per-
cent) and even chewing
gum (37 percent). Of the
students who chew gum
while studying for exams,
41 percent do so to combat
stress and tension and 23
percent to increase focus
and concentration.
In fact, studies have
shown that the act of
chewing gum increases
blood flow to the brain by
25 percent and appears to
improve people's ability to
retain and retrieve infor-
mation.
"Chewing gum while
performing memory tests


(NAPSI)-Students
across the country are
gearing up for year-end
exams and standardized
tests, in addition to meet-
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heavy homework loads.
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Study experts at The able chair and space large
Princeton Review recom- enough to spread out
mend a few simple tips to materials.
help parents and students Chew gum: The gum
deal with test-time stress. experts at Wrigley recom-
Exercise: Exercise mend chewing gum to
can be an excellent way to relieve stress and tension
recharge batteries and and to help increase
reduce stress around exam focus and concentration
time. during studying and test-
-Care packages.-. taking. .
There's nothing like a care For more information
package from parents to and study tips, visit
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MTV Welcomes Biggest Stars In Hip Hop


For Full Line-Up For 'Sucker Free Week'


NEW YORK -- MTV: Music Television invites the biggest names in hip hop to celebrate "Sucker Free Week on Direct Effect" beginning
Monday, April 10th at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT through Friday April 14th. "Sucker Free Week" will present a full line-up of appearances, video premieres
and more each night during the week.
Catch Direct Effect all week as it goes one on one with a few of your favorite rappers and brings you exclusive interviews. Artists set to appear
include Ludacris, T.I., LL Cool J, Nas, 50 Cent, DMX, Young Jeezy, Keyshia Cole, Christina Milian, Mobb Deep, Nick Cannon, Rick Ross, Olivia
and more. During the week, Direct Effect will also premiere new videos from DMX -- "We In Here", Rick Ross -- "Hustlin", Too Short -- "Blow
The Whistle," 50 Cent Featuring Olivia -- "Best Friends," DJ Khaled -- "Holla At Me," Mariah Carey Featuring Snoop Dogg & Pharrell -- "Say
Something Mary J Blige -- "Enough Cryin," Kelis -- "Bossy," Chris Brown Featuring Lil Wayne -- "Gimme That," Field Mob Featuring Ciara --
"So What" and more.
MTV2's "Sucker Free Week" Line-up is as follows:
Monday, April 10th- What's Up LL (5:30pm-6pm ET/PT'-- Join NeYo, E40 and Ghostface as they ask LL various lifestyle and music questions.
Tune in for this 1/2 hour of learning about one of the biggest rappers of all time. Sucker Free (6pm-7pm ET/PT) -- LL Cool J hosts MTV2's weekly count
down show of the top 20 hip hop videos of the week, number of the video this week compared to last week and how many weeks spent in the count-
down
Tuesday, April 11th- DJ Khaled Makes A Video (10am-10:30a ET/PT) -- Go behind the scenes and see what goes into the making of DJ Khaled's
latest video for."Holla At Me." What You Know (5:30pm-6pm ET/PT) -- This half hour special hosted bv T.I. focuses on all the artists newest singles
you should know. Sucker Free (6pm-7pm ET/PT) -- T.I. hosts N T\V2's weekly count down show of the top 20 hip hop videos of the week, number of
the video this week compared to last week and how many weeks spent in the countdown
' Wednesday, April 12th- E40 Makes A Video (5pm-5:30pm ET/PT) -- Take an inside B ack In The P found
look into the making of the video "Tell Me When To Go" with E40 and Keak Da Sneak, as
contextualized within the San Francisco Hyphy movement vibe. Boss Rymes (5:30pm-6pm
ET/PT) -- Kelis hosts this special that talks about a system of the hottest rhymes and artists
coming out of NYC, like Kelis herself! Sucker Free (6pm-7pm ET/PT) Kelis hosts r -
MTV2's weekly count down show of the top 20 hip hop videos of the week, number of the
video this week compared to last week and how many weeks spent in the countdown.
Thursday, April 13th-
Mary J & Co. (5:30pm-6pm ET/PT) -- Mary J Blige hosts this half hour of music by, m :" ,-
artists with whom she's worked and collaborated Sucker Free (6pm-7pm ET/PT) -- Mary J
Blige hosts MTV2's weekly count down show of the top 20 hip hop videos of the week, 3L "
number of the video this week compared to last week and how many weeks spent in the
countdown. The Life & Rhymes of LL Cool J (11:30pm-12pm ET/PT) -- LL Cool J tells the
stories behind the lyrics from some of his biggest hits while performing in front of a packed
live audience. He explains in depth what inspired him and helped him to create his music.
Friday, April 14th- Diary of Pharrell (5:30pm-6pm ET/PT) -- Get your invitation into
the life of musical genius Pharrell. Tune in as he takes you from his home, personal life, to
on the road experiences attesting to an uncensored reality, see the moments of his life as they
happens. Sucker Free (6pm-7pm ET/PT) -- Ying Yang Twins hosts MTV2's weekly count
down show of the top 20 hip hop videos of the week, number of the video this week com-
pared to last week and how many weeks spent in the countdown
Sunday, April 16th-.My Block: Puerto Rico (2pm-2:30pm ET/PT) -- My Block has
been to the Yay area, scoured South Beach, and invaded H-town. Now, MTV News heads
to one of the hardest, rawest and roughest hoods in My Block: Puerto Rico. From San Juan
to Loiza, My Block spread out across the island to find the heart of Latin hip hop and
Reggaeton. An A-list of Puerto Rico's biggest stars -- Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, Tego
Calderon and many, many, more -- give Sway a members-only tour of hip-hop's hottest
block.
Rhythm & Reggaeton (2:30pm-3pm ET/PT) -- Daddy Yankee hosts a new episode of i
"Rhythm & Reggaeton," as we get deeper into the community or reggaeton artists and hits r .
that are impacting across the country. Five Greatest MC's (3pm-3:30pm ET/PT) -- Is it the
lyrics? Their impact? The undeniable swagger? What is it. that makes a great MC? Of the
thousands who've picked up a microphone, only hand u can be considered some of the ,
greatest of all time. MTV News goes even further and looks at the 5 greatest of all time on
"Unveiling The Kings: The 5 Greatest MCS Of All Time."\One by one, we unveil the rank- Snoop Dogg is back in Tha Dogg Pound. The 34-
ings, examining each artist's skill, style and inventiveness, and what distinguishes each from year-old rapper has reunited with Daz Dillinger and
every other rapper in hip-hop. Plus, we let viewers peak behind the curtain to see how Kurupt, aka Young Gotti, to record a new album, 'Cali
MTV's hip-hop "brain trust" debated, diced, parsed and argued to come up with the ultimate Iz Active,' set for release June 27 on his label, Doggy
pantheon of rap royalty. Style Records, in conjunction with Koch Records
MTV's Sucker Free Week is sponsored by Gillette and Skechers.


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T.L Reigns At #1 As KING'



Becomes Year's Biggest Debut

NEW YORK, NY-- Grand Hustle/Atlantic recording artist T.I. has made a triumphant #1 debut on the Billboard 200 album chart with
his new album, "KING." Passing the half million mark with a SoundScan first-week sales total of 521,702, "KING" reigns as far and away
the biggest debut thus far in 2006. In addition to its #1 debut on the Billboard 200,
"KING" is #1 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, #1 on the Top-Rhap
Albums chart, #1 on iTunes, and #1 on the Top Digital albums chart.
With this impressive debut, T.I. joins an elite circle of hip-hop artists who have. sold
over.500K in their first week of release, among them Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Nelly, Eminem,
and Kanye West. This also marks the biggest first-week sales for an Atlantic artist in the
15-year history of the SoundScan retail tracking system. In addition, Atlantic ranksas the
#1 label in the music industry this week, according to SoundScan, garnering 11.96% of
the current marketshare, nearly double that of the #2-ranked label.
It has been a week of extraordinary career milestones for T.I., who also made his
acclaimed acting debut with the nationwide premiere last Friday of "ATL." The
Overbrook/Warner Bros. Pictures film was the #1 live action opener of the weekend,,
ranking as the #3 film overall. Fellow hip-hop artist and actor Will Smith, one of the pr,-
ducers of "ATL," commented: "T.I. is a gifted talent with the rare ability to move from'
music to film effortlessly. His natural charm and instinct for the camera will serve him
well as he journeys toward a great career in film."
T.I. has earned widespread raves for his portrayal of the character Rashad. The Los _
^ Angeles Daily News proclaimed T.I. to be "a force of nature, a performer equally believ-
able whether he's chillin' or illin'"; the New York Daily News stated that the film "fea-
tures an impressive first-time performance by the rapper Tip Harris... Harris lends real
gravity to (his) character," while The New York Times hails his portrayal as "smolder-
ing." Daily Variety described T.I. as "an actor of charismatic reserve," and the
Hollywood Reporter noted that he "makes a promising debut in a role with considerable
TI .depth and charm."
"From the day exactly three years ago that we signed T.I,, we knew he had what it
takes to become a bona fide superstar," said Atlantic Chairman/CEO Craig Kallman. "Since then, his career hasbeen on an exponential
rise, as he has made his mark as an artist, writer, label chief, entrepreneur, and now actor. T.I. is a true renaissance man who has only
begun to reveal the depth and range of his many talents. Congratulations to T.I. and everyone at Atlantic for an extraordinary job. And
thank you to our friends at Warner Bros. Pictures for joining us for a fantastic roll-out campaign on behalf of both 'ATL' and 'KING."
"T.I. is the truth," said Atlantic President Julie Greenwald. "The huge debut of 'KING' represents the culmination of months of hard
work by both T.I. and the Atlantic staff. The emergence of T.I. as a hip-hop superstar is a defining moment not only in his career, but in
the life of the new Atlantic Records. We are thrilled and proud to have this brilliant, charismatic artist as a member of our family, and we
can't wait to see what the future holds for this amazing talent."
"KING" features the current smash single, "What You Know," which has leapt to #1 at mainstream Urban radio and the top 15 at
CHR/Rhythmic outlets nationwide. Its companion video is the #1 most-played clip on BET as well as being in "Big Ten" rotation on MTV
and among the "Elite 8" at MTV2. The video was directed by veteran hip-hop video director and Atlanta native Chris Robinson -- who
also directed "ATL." In the online world, "What You Know" has been streamed more than one million times on MySpace, where the sagg-
is the #1-ranked stream and T.I. is the #1 overall artist. "What You Know" is also the #1 ringtone in the country. Both the full song and,
its ringtone were available exclusively as Sprint downloads for two weeks prior to the March 28th release of "KING."
T.I. jumped into the hip-hop mainstream with 2003's RIAA gold certified "TRAP MUZIK," his Grand Hustle/Atlantic debut. Next up
from the self-proclaimed "King of the South" was 2004's "URBAN LEGEND." The acclaimed album debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top
R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and at #7 on the Billboard 200, was certified RIAA platinum, and spawned such smash hits as "Bring Emi
Out" and the Grammy-nominated "U Don't Know Me."
T.I.'s impressive #1 debut is the latest in a series of top-charting successes for Atlantic Records thus far in 2006, Just three weeks ago,
the label scored with the top two albums in the country, as Juvenile's label debut, "REALITY CHECK" (UTP/Atlantic) entered the
Billboard 200 at #1 and James Blunt's breakthrough premiere, "BACK TO BEDLAM," climbed to the #2 spot. On the singles front,
Atlantic has landed two #1 singles on Billboard's Hot 100 within the past month -- James Blunt's "You're Beautiful" and Sean Paul's
"Temperature." For more on T.I., visit www.trapmuzik.com.






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Artist Showcase Gives Jacksonville A Night To Shine


Sabrina Walker
Performer
sented the Brother Jaye's
New Gospel Artist
Showcase on Saturday
March llth, 2006 at the
Edward Waters College
Auditorium.
The best of
Jacksonville's new gospel
artist had a chance to show-.
case there Ministries before
an all star audience.
Special guests. were
Pastor Bruce Allen of the
Allen and Allen Music
Group, Dr. Vera Goodman
of First Lady Productions,
Dr. Drake of Gospel 1400
the Light, Sister Sherrie the
Gospel Angel, Maria


case featured the soulful
stellar sounds of Sabrina
Walker, the fresh contempo-
rary gospel of Vickie Farrie,
the gospel hip hop lyrics of
VJ the Messenger, and the
tight harmony of the trio of
AUS 10.
It is very possible that
Jacksonville will be the city
with the next wave of artist
that will take the Gospel
industry by storm.
Ms. Datisha Tiki Pickett,
she will be one artist to
watch as she takes full
advantage of being under
contract with Vickie
Winans.


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Winner


Dennis, and Rev. Bill
Coleman of WCGL Victory
AM, Larry Hamilton of
Thunderbolt Television and
so many other VIP's were on
hand.
SAdrian Warren, who has
worked with Kirk Franklin,
Byron Cage, Yolanda
Adams, and has been
responsible for the careers
of so many great gospel


artist, was on-hand to give
the new artist a wealth of
information that made such
an incredible impact to
everyone under the sound of
his voice, that the audience
responded by saying that it
was simply powerful yet
educational.
The Jacksonville audi-
ence saw a wealth of talent
at the showcase. The show-


Jacksonville University Radio Station To Host Showcase Concert


Jacksonville University's Radio Station JU108 will be
hosting the "Fivestar Showcase" Concert on Thursday, April
13, 2006 from 7:30PM 9:30PM in the Terry Concert Hall
located at 2800 University Blvd. North..
The' "Fivestar Showcase" Concert is a celebration of our
Twentieth Anniversary and establishes JU 108 into existence
through out the City of Jacksonville.
The "Fivestar Showcase" Concert will present music


recording' artists, exclusively performing for the student
body of Jacksonville University and the City of Jackson\ i11e.
JU108 will.provide the attending audience with promo bags
at the end of the sho\ case concert.
The "Fixestar Show\\case" Concert is $1 for students and
$3 for the general public. RSVP is not required for this
event. For additional information visit our website at
http:" radio.ju.edu or by calling 904.256.8722


Celebration Of Excellence And Leadership Gathering Planned


"ACelebration of Excellence and Leadership" for current
and prospective members of the National Association of
Black Accountants (NABA) will be held at the River City
Brewing Company on April 27, 2006 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. Please RSVP atjaxnaba@yahoo:com.,
The Jacksonville, FL Professional Chapter of NABA is a
group of individuals with a similar academic and pro fession-
al interest in accounting and finance and a desire to unite in
a professional association to promote group identity and to
advance professional development, to create an esprit de
corps, to instill a desire for self-improvement, to foster moral
and ethical standards, to encourage and recognize academic
and professional achievement, to cultivate a sense ofprofes-


sional and ci\ ic responsibility and service, and to promote
the study of accounting, finance and business related sub-
jects.
The mission is to address the professional needs of our
members and to build leaders that shape the future of the
accounting and finance professions with an unfaltering com-
mitment to inspire the same in their successors. NABA's
official motto is "Lifting as We Climb."


Her performance was
excellent as she gave God all
the glory and cried tears of
praise as she left the stage.
The audience was left in
amazement.
Finally, the evening was-
completed as Brother Jaye
and the Glorify
Entertainment Group, along
with the support of the com-
munity including Pastor
Barbara Mims, presented
Mr. Jabril Williams with a
financial scholarship.
Jabril is a student at
Douglas Anderson.School of
the Arts with a 3.5 GPA.


Darcel Harris Appointed

To Business Advisory Council

The National
Republican

Commit tee
announced that
Darce Harris of
Jacksonville has
been appointed to
serve on the
Business Advisory
Council (BAC) in
recognition of valu-
able contributions
and dedication to "
the Republican i
Part.
Harris will serve -
the state of Florida
and is expected to
play a crucial role
in the Party's efforts
to involve top busi--
ness people in the
process of govern- Darcel Harris
ment reform.
The Business: Ad\ isonr Council is part of the National
Republican Congressional Committee, and is dedicated to
making sure that small business has a voice in-Washington.
Harris, who has long supported Republican ideas, partic-
ularly debt reduction and tax reform, will be a key member
of the Council.


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I .ASK5DEANA: Ral Peplge, Ralkdvie


Ask Deanna! is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based subjects! N O T I C E F
Dear Deanna! PUBLIC HEARING
I'm sick and tired of men disrespecting me because of my PUBLIC HEARING
wardrobe. If I want to dress sexy and wear revealing clothes
to the mall or grocery store, then I should have this freedom JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
without men trying to run lame pick up lines on me or assume '. RE: FY 2006 Section 5309 Fixed Guideway Modernization Grant
I'm easy. What's your suggestion? I .URBANIZED AREA: Jacksonville, Florida
Dressing Sexy (Nashville, TN) ESTIMATED APPORTIONMENT: $146,651
RECIPIENT: Jacksonville Transportation Authority

Dear Dressing Sexy: NotiCe is hereby given that the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) is providing an
Te mal and grcer sre isn e ace r u t sae opportunity for a public hearing to consider its FY 2005/2006 Fixed Guideway Modernization
The mall and grocery tore isn't the place for you to shake Project in which federal funds are being requested from the Federal Transit Administration
what your mama gave you. Respect yourself and others by (FTA). Funding is generally available on an 80/20 matching basis between federal, state,
and local sources. The public is encouraged to comment on any and all projects listed
dressing appropriately when you're in public places. You below.
attract what you project. You can wear whatever you want, but remember men are visual- Facility/Guidewav Upgrades $183,314
ly stimulated and if you dress to make yourself look cheap and easy then you're setting Total Program of Projects: $183,314
yourself up for unwanted attention. If the shoe fits, wear it. Persons wishing to testify on this subject must notify the JTA in writing before 5 p.m. on
April 30, 2006. If a request is received by the stated time, a public hearing will be scheduled
Dear Deanna! and the public notified. This notice will serve as the final notice. Mail requests to:
I made myself get out of an abusive relationship. I was beaten, verbally abused, raped Public Hearing, Section 5309 Fixed Guideway Modernization Grant
Jacksonville Transportation Authority
and tormented on a daily basis for almost 3-years. I had convinced myself that I loved this Post office Drawer "0"
man and his abuse was his way of showing affection. I'm at a point now where I feel as if Jacksonville, Florida 32203
I've moved on. However, my ex-boyfriend is now trying to come backand he's convinced These projects will be coordinated through the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
me that he's changed. Should I give him another chance? of the First Coast Metropolitan Planning Organization (FCMPO) for the Jacksonville Urban-
ized Area. No business displacements are expected to occur as a result of project imple-
Rebecca (Buffalo, NY) mentation. These projects will have no substantial harmful effects on the environment, nor
will they adversely affect service levels to the elderly or disabled. Details of the Program of
Projects are posted in the JTA Lobby at 100 North Myrtle Avenue through April 30, 2006
Dear Rebecca: during normal business hours. This notice will constitute the final notice if no changes occur.
If you go back, be sure you have your funeral arrangements in order or get ready for a Kenneth R. Holton
life of misery. This man treats you worse than a dog and has no respect, care or love for Manager of Capital Programming and Grants
you. If you made it out of the situation, then you need to use your brains and stay out. No, Jacksonville Transportation Authority
you shouldn't give him another chance to assault you, insult your womanhood or risk JTA 100 North Myrtle Avenue, Jacksonville Florida 32203
killing you. The writing is on the wall--just make sure you read it.

Dear Deanna!
What do you do when your husband gets fat and out of shape? When we were married, NT IC E
he was'in shape; he would go to the gym and kept things together. Now he's comfortable I I O F
and has gained a lot of weight. It turns me off so bad that I can't be intimate. This is caus-
ing us to argue a lot and he tells me that I have to take him as he is because he's not chang- PU BLIC H EA R I :
ing. What can I do about this?
Lorraine (Jacksonville, FL) JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY'
Dear Lorrain: RE: FY 2006 Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facilities Allocation Grant ::
Dear Lorraine:
If you're responsible for the cooking, then perhaps you can transition to a healthier ESTBANIED APPORTIONMENT: c e, Florida
lifestyle. The key to supporting your husbands weight loss is encouragement instead of RECIPIENT: Jacksonville Transportation Authority.
criticism. Highlight the health benefits and let him know that you're with him every step Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville Tranr.nation Authority (JTA) pro.an 'r h
of the way. If no, I suggest you eat some snacks, put some junk in your trunk and be fat opportunity for a public hearing to consider its FY 2005/2006 Bus and Bus Facilities,
p PProgram of Projects in which federal funds are being requested from the Federal Transit
and happy together., Administration (FTA). Funding is generally available on an 80/20 matching basis between
Federal, state, snro io3 sources The public is enco,,uiaged to comment on any and all pro-
Write.Ask Deanna! Email: askdeannal@yahoo.com or Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, jects listed below.
Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Visit her Web site at www.askdeanna.com. Replacement Paratransit Vans Earmark #107' $1,070,759
Replacement Paratransit Vans Earmark #549 433.125
Total Program of Projects: $1,503,884
Persons wishing to testify on this subject must notify the JTA in writing before 5 p.m. on
N O T IC E O F April 30, 2006. If a request is received by the stated time, a public earningg ..II be scneaulead
I and the public notified. This notice will serve.as the final notice. Mail requests to:
Public Hearing, Section 5309 Bus and BusI Faclities "llocaion Grant ,
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Nationwide Vigil Called To Look Out For Recent Increase


In Fungal Eye Infections Seen In Contact Lens Wearers


JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
-- With 38 million contact
lens wearers in the United
States, the recent upsurge of
cases with fungal eye infec-
tions is an emergency.
These fungus infections
are targeting the cornea (The
front clear window of the
eye) in contact lens wearers.
Dr. Arun C. Gulani, local


ophthalmologist and
Internationally renowned
Corneal surgeon has been
receiving numerous consults
regarding such cases of
recent origin and he has out-
lined the risk factors for this
dreaded infection and
explains the, preventive
measures for the benefit of
local public as well as for


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

.Announcenmes Imeeingls happernngs. and communin-
events scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area
A GOSPEL-INFUSED MUSICAL-Stage Aurora
Theatrical Company. a not-for-profit organization dedicat-
ed to providing people of color an opportunity to grow.
share, and exhibit their talents. will present "CROWNS," a
stand-up-and-testify gospel musical written b\ Regina
Taylor. Twelvee weekend performances \will take place in
the Ezekiel Bryant Auditorium (FCCJ North Campus)
starting Friday. April 28 and ending May 14. Show times
are on Fridays at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m. and
Sunday at 3 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase
online at w\ww.stageaurora.org or by calling the box office
at 765-7373.
HEAD START PROGRAM ACCEPTING APPLICA-
TIONS-The Jacksonville Urban League Head Start
Program is accepting applications at Cuba Hunter Park on
Saturday. April 8. Bring your child's birth certificate and
family's proof of income. For additional information call
(904) 598-0607 or (904) 695-3000.
STANTON GALA-Current class leaders of Old Stanton.
Stanton Vocational. New Stanton and faculty and staff of
that era will meet Monday, April 10. 6:30 p.m. in the old
dining hall of Bethel Baptist Institutional Church (First
Street entrance). The meeting will be held to discuss plans
for the first Gala. For more information contact Kenneth
Reddick at 764-8795.
CLASS MEETING-The Stanton High School Class of
1944 \will hold a second meeting to plan for a celebration.
on April 22 at the Dallas Graham Library (13th and Myrtle
Avenue). All interested person should attend or call Eula
Ma\es at 355-3730 or Lillie W. Blue at 764-4829.
SPRINGING INTO 2006 A HEALTHIER YOU-The
Magnolia Project Spring Celebration, a major health fair
sponsored by the Magnolia Project Women's Health
Clinic. \\ill be held Saturday. April 22, 10:00 a.m. -2:00
p.m. at 1780 W. 45th St. (across from the Gate Gas
Station). all health screening are free and will include:
cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, prostate cancer
screenings. STD tests and adult vision screenings. There
will also be fun and games for the children, free food and
several chances to win cool door prizes. A live remote
broadcast will be hosted by 92.7 the Beat. For more infor-
mation about this event or Magnolia Project services, con-
tact (904) 924-1570.
FASHION EVENT-The Ishi Heritage Association pres-
ents "Fashion Wars" 2006 on Friday. April 14, 7:00 p.m. at
The Maceo Elks Lodge #8 and Temple 186 located at 712-
A West Duval Street. For additional information call
(9040 765-6260.
ANNUAL KID"S EASTER PARTY-A Children Easter
Party will be hosted at the American Legion Post 197
located at 2179 Benedict Rd. on Saturday. April 15, 1:00-
4:00 p.m. Parents are encouraged to bring their children
early. This event is usually filed to capacity. For addition-
al information call Joann Miller at 768-1206.
ANNIVERSARY RECITAL-Adrienne's Dance & Baton
Company. Jacksonville's oldest African American owned
dance school, will celebrate its 15th Anniversary Recital
on Saturday. April 23 at the Times-Union Center for
Performing Arts. The pre-show begins at 4:45 p.m. and the
performance begins at 5;30 p.m. For ticket information
call (904) 766-3339. Adrienne Martin-Ravnell, Directress.
ANNUAL SPRING FEVER FAMILY FESTIVAL-
Adventure Landing will host the Second Annual Spring
fever Family Festival on Saturday. April 15. This fun-
filled, free outdoor event will celebrate the Easter Holiday,
entertain families from all over the First Coast and raise
money for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida.
The event will be held at Adventure Landing located at
1944 Beach Blvd.
REUNION CRUISE-The Raines Class of 1981 is plan-
ning a 25 year Reunion Cruise (five nights) to Grand
Cayman Islands and Ocho Rios. Jamaica. Participants will
travel aboard the carnival Imagination departing from
Miami on NOvember 11, 2006. For information call
Cecilia Dorsey, Reunion Coordinator, at 904/766-8784.
WORKSHOPS--WJCT Public Broadcasting is bringing
research on best parenting practices into the lives of par-
ents and caregivers on the First Coast with a series of
workshops on April 29 and June 24, 9:00 a.m. until noon.
at WJCT Studios. Co-developed by the Talaris Research
Institute and KCTS Seattle Public Television, and spon-
sored locally by WJCT, "Parenting Counts: A Focus On
Early Learning" is a training session with goals of stimu-
lating greater awareness of early learning (ages birth to
five years), promoting more effective parenting and care-
giver techniques and enhancing parent/child relationships.
The workshops are free and open to parent education pro-
fessionals, caregivers and those who work with children
Sjl


eye care practitioners.
A recent patient of the
Gulani Vision Institute; Ms.
Lisa Osborne presented with
a fungal corneal infection
and legal blindness in her
right eye. She is under treat-
ment and recovering after
aggressive management and


her vision has been returned
to 20/20. She will be coming
in for follow up and will be
available for interview as
her entire progress from
blinding fungal infection to
recovery has been docu-
mented with images on the
CSO imaging system.


Dr.Gulani details his
Three Pronged Approach:
1. Contact lens wear-
ing protocols
2. Early detection
3. Definitive tertiary
level care towards success-
ful outcomes.


If you would be interest-
ed in interviewing this
patient or Dr. Gulani, please
contact:
Gulani Vision Institute.
Jacksonville; FL 32216
gulanivision@gulani.co
m www.gulanivision.com


Local Man Pens Poem For City Of Jacksonville


Yusef Bilal
Poet, entrepreneur, and


community activist Yusef
Bilal, has written a poem
about the City of
Jacksonville entitled
"Jacksonville: The
International City For The
21st Century".
"I looked through. the
city archives and noticed
that there were no signifi-
cant poems of substance in


the city's history, so I wrote
one," explained Bilal..
Even more interesting,
says Bilal, is the fact that
Jacksonville was named
after a segregationist, pro-
slavery, Army
General/President Andrew
Jackson.
Bilal said that he is the
great grandson of slaves


writing a poem about such a
person whom the City of
Jacksonville was named..
Bilal is best known as the
founder of The Yusef Bilal
International World Peace
"Say No To Violence
MOvement," and the spon-
sor of the Annual Guns for
Books Rally at the gateway
Shopping Center.


JACKSONVILLE THE INTERNATIONAL CITY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY


Jacksonville
Florida's First Coast
Of all the places I've been
I love Jacksonville the most.

A sprawling Metropolis
One pf the largest in the world
The Bold New City of the South


Why don't you give it a whirl?

The people are are nice
and friendly.
The cost of living is great
Warm sunny beaches
To your heart's delight
Why don't you make it a date?


Jacksonville is magnificent
There's a lot to see and do
The Jaguars will win
the Superbowl one day
This I believe is true.

Whether sailing on
the St. Johns River


or cooling out i
n Metropolitan Park
Jacksonville is the place to be
From sun up until dark
I am just a simple poet
Born and raised in J-Ville
The eighth wonder of the world
Why don't you come
and get your fill?


Dayspring Baptist Church Installs


Pastor, Rev. Jeffrey K. Rumlin


Rev. Jenrey Kumln
By: Vonkesta M. Abrams

On Sunday, February 26,
Pastor Jeffrey K. Rumlin
was installed as the Pastor of
Dayspring Baptist Church.
This momentous occa-
sion was filled with praises,
prayers, presentations and
the like.
Pastor Darien K. Bolden,
Moderator of the Union St.
James, M.B. Association
delivered a dynamic Charge
to the Church advising the
members of Dayspring to
know their Pastor, esteem
him highly, and to love him.
The Charge to the Pastor
came from Pastor Eugene
Diamond referencing I
Thessalonians 5:12 13.
Ending the ceremonial
events was the powerful.
Prayer of Installation deliv-
ered by Pastor Brian C.
Campbell of the Jerusalem
Baptist Church.
When talking with Pastor
Rumlin about his call to
ministry, he shared that it
was in September of 2000
when he received his call.
He was listening to a ser-
mon preached by Rev.
Freddy J. Clark entitled,
"Pay Now or Pay Later",
which was confirmation of
what he was feeling at the
time.
On July 15, 2001, he
preached his first sermon in
Dayspring Baptist Church
and was ordained on April
27, 2003.
This is the same church
that he grew up in and was
later baptized in at the age of
9. In Octobei' 2005, fifth


Isaiah Rumlin;father, Pastor C.R. Morgan, Pastor Jeffrey Rumlin .


Sunday, the call to Pastor
Dayspring Baptist Church
was extended.
Since becoming the
Pastor ofDayspring, Rumlin
has seen a lot of spiritual
growth among the members.
He believes in making the
faith practical (tangible).


'He desires to pastor a
people with love, compas-
sion and understanding.
Dayspring pins this motto:
"A Church Expecting Great
Things From A Great God" I
Corithians 2:9.
This motto is evident in
the outpour of love and


expectation shown in
Dayspring. Dayspring
Baptist 'Church is conve-
niently located' in a new
location on the Northside of
Jacksonville, 5654 Dunn
Avenue.; (904) 764 0303.
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information.


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Black Students Rally Around Duke Rape Victim


By Cash Michaels, Special
to the NNPA from The
Carolinian

DURHAM, N.C.
[NNPA] They came to pray,
hope, and cry. More than
250 students of North
Carolina Central University
rallied in a candlelight vigil
Monday to show their sup-
port, and love, for one of
their own the alleged vic-
tim of a brutal gang rape by
several members of the pre-
dominately White Duke
University lacrosse team at
a wild off-campus party
more than three weeks ago.
Though many of the stu-
dents at this small histori-
cally-Black university had
heard about the crime on.
the news when it first broke,
they were not aware until
late last .week that the
alleged victim was also an
NCCU student. They imme-
diately came together to
embrace her, sponsor drives
to raise money for her sup-
port, and use the opportuni-
ty to speak out in a unified
voice against domestic vio-
lence, sexual abuse, and
racism.
"This is a family mem-
ber, Teresa Garrett, a jun-
ior, told the crowd. "We're
here to show our support
that we love this young
woman, and we are here
[for her]." Another NCCU
junior, Maya Jackson, 19,
said sexual assault is an
issue Black females have
been dealing with for a long
time. "A lot of us are sick
and tired of our w omen, our
,sisters and our mothers
being violated. We need to
take a stand."
Though not pleased with
how Durham authorities
have handled the investiga-
tion thus far. the students
pledged to give the system a
chance to bring those
responsible to justice.
Renee Clark, NCCU
Student Bod\ president.
read a statement from
NCCU Chancellor James
Ammons: "These allega-
tions of what occurred at
the Duke University
lacrosse team's party are
disturbing, inhumane and
insensitive," the statement
read.
"Further, we stand
against .the use of racial
slurs and the vilification of
anyone. Every human being
has the right to be treated
with dignity and respect.
Our students, faculty and
staff are outraged by what
has been alleged. but are
also mindful of the fact that
an investigation is still
under way and no charges
have been filed."
NCCU students brought
out three green rolls, which
they invited the community
to \write messages of
encouragement to the
alleged victim on. "All of
our love and prayers go out
to you and your family, "
David Summers, an NCCU
student. wrote. "Justice will
be done. Rest assured."
During a moment of
silence and prayer for the
alleged victim, several
NCCU students were seen
crying openly. Many were
consoled by friends or cler-


gy in the crowd.
Some, organizers, said,
may have been. at one time,
Victims of a sexual assault
themselves. Though there
Clearly was anger at the


thought of one of their own
being so violently attacked,
the students were just as
intense about making sure it
never happens again.
"When you stand up like
this, you are not a lynch
mob, you are acting like
people of conscience,"
William Barber, president
of the North Carolina State
Conference of NAACP
Chapters told the gathering.
The crowd included sev-
eral White and Black stu-
dents from Duke, there to
show their support and alle-
giance with NCCU stu-
dents.
Almost daily demonstra-
tions last week.by outraged
Duke University students,
upset that administration
officials not only kept quiet
about the alleged assault for
more than a week, but had
not punished the lacrosse
players for underage drink-
ing, kept the story alive in
the national and interna-
tional press.
Duke, one of the world's
most prestigious halls of
higher learning, where the
children of corporate, polit-
ical and entertainment lead-
ers attend, is a considered a
school of privilege in the
midst of a small, racially
divided Southern city
w here the median income is
less than the $43,000 annu-
al tuition.
That stellar reputation
has now been put to the test
by what many say is one of
the most brutal crimes in
the university's otherwise
illustrious history.
The alleged Black
female victim, 27, is an
NCCU sophomore, former
Navy enlistee and a mother
6f two young children.
Reportedly, the full-lime
student worked for an
escort service. which is
legal, to earn enough
mone\ for school and her
family.
The night of the March
13th incident \vas the first
time she had ever done
exotic dancing at a party.
authorities say. She was
told that she, and another
Black female, would be
performing for only five
men at a bachelor party :in
an old universitN-owned
single-family house at 610
North Buchanan Blvd.,
directly across, from Duke's
SEast Campus.
Upon arrival, however,
the tho women were sur-
prised to find as man\ as 40
While males, \ho. accord-
ing to neighbors, had been
drinking since early after-.
noon, waiting to be enter-
tained. Once inside, when
the White male participants
became rowdy and started
hurling racial slurs at the
Black dancers, the alleged
victim told a local newspa-
per that they both became
frightened.
They left the house, but
were coaxed back in to fin-
ish performing. It was then
that she was allegedly
dragged .into a bathroom,
where she was allegedly
beaten. choked, and sodom-
ized by three assailants as
she fought back. Authorities
have not said what, if any-
thing, happened to the other
dancer during that time.


Hours later, the alleged vic-
tim was taken to a Durham'
hospital, physically and
emotionally traumatized by
th~ experience.


"My father came to see
me in the hospital," she told
Raleigh's News & Observer
newspaper. "I knew if I did-
n't report it that he would
have that hurt forever,
knowing that someone hurt
his baby and got away with
it."


"I knew somebody had
beat her because you could
look at her face and tell that
her face was swollen," the
alleged victim's father told
The Herald-Sun newspaper.
"It was all around her eyes,
and her jaw was swollen.
She tried to get out of the
car but she couldn't walk.
Her leg still hurts."
Durham District,
Attorney Mike Nifong says
based on what evidence he's
seen so far broken finger-
nails, a make-up bag, a cell
phone, a shoe and approxi-
mately $400 in cash left
behind at the scene, in addi-
tion to the forensic rape
exam report from the hospi-
tal a brutal rape did occur.
The search warrant
describes the alleged crimes
as first-degree forcible rape,
first degree kidnapping,
first-degree sexual offense,
common law robbery and
felonious strangulation.
Beyond,the racial and
brutal nature of the alleged
crime, there is controversy
on the way the investigation
has been handled. It took
Durham detectives two days
to get a search warrant to
enter the house to retrieve
crucial evidence. They say
they were busy interviewing
the alleged \victim and the
three lacrosse team captains
to develop enough probable
cause to indeed conduct a
legal search.
But students attending
historically Black institu-
tions like NCCU. or Shawv
University and St.
Augustine's College in
Raleigh. sa\ if any of their
athletes 'were accused of
gang-raping a White
woman, police would never
have waited this long to
make the first arrest. The
students see a double stan-
dard. especially for the priv-
ileged. predominately prep-
pie-school \White members
of the Duke lacrosse team.
"They were drunk so
how do they remember
what they did?" wrote an e-
mailer named "KG Davis"
on a Durham ABC affiliate
TV station Web site.
At press time this week,
no one had been charged in
connection with the. case.
Though Duke. University
President Richard Brodhead
announced last '\eek that
the rest of the Duke lacrosse
team's season is suspended
until "there is a clearer reso-
lution of the legal situa-
tion." none of the players
are known to have been
punished for violating uni-
versity policies against
under-age drinking and hir-
ing an escort service.
Defense attorneys for
several of the Duke lacrosse
players, including promi-
nent Black Durham attorney
James "Butch" Williams,
reiterated that claim, say ing
with confidence not only
that a rape, or even sex by
any lacrosse team member
ever occurred on March 13,
but in fact, that the alleged
victinl may actually be
making the whole incident
up. ,
DA. Nifong has said


Two female North Carolina Central University students cry during a moment
of silence April 3rd during a rally in support of an unidentified black female
NCCU student who was allegedly raped by three Duke University lacrosse
players NCCU students have started a drive to raise money for the alleged
victim Photo Cash MichaelsiThe Carolinian


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though results from the
DNA testing at the State
Bureau of Investigation
Crime Lab may come back
this week, he will not make
any statements about them,
or *any possible charges.
until April 10 at the earliest.
A non-testimonial order,
requested by the district
attorney and issued b\ a
Durham Superior Court
judge when police com-
plained they weren't getting
complete cooperation, com-
pelled 46 of the 47-member
Duke lacrosse team to pro-
vide DNA evidence to
Durham police technicians
against their will on March
23rd. They \\ere also pho-
tographed.
The 47th team member.
an African-American, was
not tested because the
alleged victim claims her
three attackers in the bath-
room were all White.
Dasan Ahanti. founder of
Men Against Rape Culture
- a local nonprofit group
that teaches young men why
violating women is wrong -
says if what attorney Loflin
says is true, it would be dev-
astating to the alleged vic-
tim.
"If it ends up after all of
the media attention that the
way that [authorities] col-
lected the DNA evidence
means it may not be able to
be used, and having the sur-
vivor sit and watch this...it
[would be] a shame, and re-
enforces the idea that \ou
don't want to speak out. and
this is already one of the
most under reported crimes
that there is." he said.


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The Jacksonville Suns,
2005 Southern League
Champion and Minor
League Team of the Year,
have returned to the
Baseball Grounds in defense
of the title
The Suns open the sea-
son with a ten-game homes-
tand, welcoming the
Chattanooga Lookouts and
Montgomery Biscuits to
Jacksonville.
On opening night
Thursday, April 6, and in
celebration of last season's


title, the first 3,000 fans
through the gates received a
replica of the 2005 Southern
League Championship ring,
courtesy of Memorial
Hospital, First Coast News
12&25 and Rock 105.
On Friday, all fans will
receive a 2006 Suns magnet
schedule, compliments of
Vault, WJXT TV-4 and The
Eagle 96.9. After the game,
fans will enjoy the first
NAPA Friday Family
Fireworks of the season!
Saturday night will fea-


ture the first of a collectors'
series of "Team of the Year
Bobbleheads" to be given
away throughout the season.
The first 3,000 fans in the
park on April 8 will receive
an Andy LaRoche bobble-
head, sponsored by
BellSouth and AM930 The
Fox.
LaRoche, expected to
start the season in
Jacksonville, will be briefly-
available to sign these limit-
ed editions of his like-
ness.


IF Brian Sprout works the field.


On Sunday, the Suns cel-
ebrate spring with a special
Easter Egg Hunt on the field
for all kids 14 and under,
starting at 2:0 Op.m. All kids
will get an egg on Sunday!
.Also, the first 1,500 chil-
dren will receive a wobble-
bobble of one of the. Suns
new mascots, Sunny the
Bunny! Sunday's events are
sponsored by Eggland's
Best and Lite 96.1FM..
After the game, Kids


Run the Bases, courtesy of
Solantic.
Kids rule the ballpark on
Monday for the first school
field trip of the season. This
special 11:05 a.m. game will
be alcohol free.
The Montgomery
Biscuits come to town on
Tuesday for the first Fifty
Cent Family Feast night of
the .season, the first
Businessperson's Special
Day game of 2006 and the


Gators Savoring National College Basketball Title


The Uni\ersit of
Florida claimed its first
national championship :
Monday night with a domi-
nant 73-57 victory against
history-rich UCLA.
The Gators (33-6)
arrived back in Gainesville
on Tuesday afternoon with
thousands of adoring fans
waiting to greet them.
They returned to school
for a day and travelled to
the White House on
Thursday to be congratulat-
ed by President Bush.
Certainly a big challenge
as we move forward is going
to be handling what's hap-
pened," Florida coach Billy
Donovan said. "Because in
reality, the 2005-2006 sea-
son is" over with, the


University of Florida won a
national championship and
how do we handle it going
forward?
The biggest question
remains: Who will turn pro?
Last year, after North
Carolina won the title, four
players left early for the
NBA Raymond Felton,
Rashad McCants, Sean May
and Marvin Williams.
The Gators would rather
not go through the same
thing, although guard Corey
Brew er. center Al Horford
and multidimensional for-
ward Joakim Noah might
consider leaving. The ,three
sophomores are roommates
and best friends, making it
possible they might talk
each other into staying -- or


leaving.
All of them repeatedly
have said they intend to
return.

Cooper Signs With
Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins
signed free-agent safety
Deke Cooper to a one-year
contract Wednesday.
Cooper spent the last
three seasons with the
Jacksonville Jaguars, where
he started 12 games last sea-
son, making 80'tackles and
one interception.
In his four-year NFL
career, Cooper has 190 tack-
les, three interceptions, one
sack, one fumble recovery
and one forced fumble.


B-CC Men's Golf Wins SCSU Bulldog Classic


Carl Corbin
(ORANGEBURG S.C.
The Bethune-Cookman
College men's golf team
went ahead early and never
looked back en route to a
decisive first place champi-
onship at the 2006 South
Carolina State ,Bulldog
Classic on Monday and
Tuesday in Orangeburg,
South Carolina. The event
took place at the Hillcrest
'olf Course. .:


B-CC's Carl Corbin
(Reading, England) finished
as the top 'Cat in the event,
finishing as one of just two
players to finish under-par
overall. Corbin's score of (-
2) was good enough to tie
for first place alongside
Alabama State's Devin
Crenshaw. The two golfers
had identical scores on
opposite days with a 69 &
73, respectively.
Bethune-Cookman fin-
ished 36 strokes ahead of
second place competitor and
host South Carolina State.
The Wildcats finished just
one stroke over-par at (+1)
with a 577 total score. S.C.
State finished at (+36) with a
final score of 613.
The Wildcats Juan
Ronderos (Bogota,
Colombia), Rhys Lindquist
(Carmarten, South Wales)
and Stefan Strandlund
(Linkoping, Sweden) all tied
for third pAce, as well as


South Carolina State's
Trevor Pleasant.
Ronderos shot scores of
74 & 71 (+1), while
Lyndquist had a 73 & 72
(+1) and Strandlund finished
with a 71 & 74 (+1).
B-CC had two other
golfers competing in the
annual event in Daniel
Venema (Ormond Beach,
Fla.) and Greg Goad
(Cambridge, Ontario).
Venema and Goad both tied
at eighth place overall with
(+8) and a score of 151.
They matched each other
both days with a 75 and 76
round score.
The Wildcats of
Bethune-Cookman will now
look to get back to practice,
and will wait for just over a
month before competing in
their next event at the old
North Course in Port St.
Lucie, Florida in an event
sponsored by-the PGA of
America on M4y 5-7.


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much-anticipated return of
Thursday Night Throwdown
and $1 Buds on Thursday
night. Friday, April 14 will
be Southpaw's Birthday
Party, featuring Southpaw
and his new friends Sunny
the Bunny and Seymour
Baseball the Sea Monster,
along with all of their mas-
cot friends, with birthday
cake ice cream for all kids;
compliments of Blue Bell
Ice Cream. NAPA Friday
Family Fireworks follow the
game.
The homestand con-
cludes on Saturday night
with Jackie Robinson Night.
The first 3,000 fans will
receive a replica Brooklyn
Dodgers hat andthe Suns
players will all wear com-
memorative #42 Brooklyn
Dodger jerseys that will be
auctioned off for charity and
many special tributes to the
legendary ballplayer will be
made throughout the night.
Jackie Robinson Night is
sponsored by Swisher
International, the
Jacksonville Urban League,
the Florida Star, WB 17 and
V101.5FM.
Tickets for the Suns
entire four-game homestand
and the rest of the regular
season are currently avail-
able by calling the Suns tick-
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S 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.
Had An Injunction But Flatten Her Tires. An officer was
dispatched to Gregory Cove Apartments in reference to a dis-
pute. Upon arrival, the officer contacted the complainant who
stated that her ex-boyfriend is repeatedly sending her text mes-
sages and calling her even though she obtained an injunction
for protection which prohibits any contact.
The complainant also told the officer that all four tires of her
vehicle were flattened with damage the night before. She said
she suspects that her ex had flatten her tires because he kept
calling her and left a message asking her if she had seen her
tires yet.
The complainant showed the officer where she received text
messages on her telephone from what she said was from her
ex's cell phone. One message received said "Bombs over
Baghdad." She said she believed the message was from him
because when he gets angry, such means there will be trouble.
A second message said "Game over". JSO's filesshowed that
a temporary injunction for protection had been issued but it had'
not been served. Therefore, the suspect has not violated the
injunction. The complainant said that she did not know how to
locate the suspect because he stays with several friends in dif-
ferent locations. She indicated that she thought she knew
where he worked on Phillips 'Highway. However, no one
answered the telephone at the business and no one had seen
him flatten her tires. Therefore, he had no proven violations.
Intent to Defraud by Cashing an Un-issued Check and,
Intent to Use Illegal Drugs An officer was called to Money
Link because a customer was at the store trying to cash a
check. The complainant identified the suspect as being the one
trying to cash a worthless check. Money Link had already dis-
covered from the company that a check had not been issued to
the individual.. The suspect went to the window, signed the
back of the check in front of the cashier. When the owner of
the company advised that such a check had.not been issued, the'
police was called.
While searching the suspect, a small crack pipe was found in
his rightpants pocket. Post miranda, the suspect stated that the
check was not his but was given to him by a guy he used to buy
crack from. The suspect stated that he was told to cash the
check and he would be given $100.00..
The suspect was placed in the back of the patrol car and taken
to be interviewed by an economic crimes detective. When the
detective attempted to interview\ the suspect, he was told by the
suspect that he had already said everything he wanted to say.
The suspect was arrested, mirandized and transported to the
PTDF.
The property was placed into the property room.

THANK YOU FOR READING THE FLORIDA STAR!


Your Weekly Horoscope

(APRIL 8, 2006-APRIL 14, 2006)


Aries (March 21 April
19) In some way or
other, you are dealing
with issues of power.
Others may be
attempting to force
you to yield, or you may be tempt-
ed to pressure others to follow your
bidding. Neither of these options is
likely to yield a beneficial out-
come, because deep anger will be
left in the wake. Plow that energy
into finding creative solutions in
which everyone involved can
"win." This week lucky numbers
are: 2, 10, 14, 16, 20.
Taurus (April 20 May
21) Be ready to find out the truth
-D this week about your
real desires in a rela-
tionship.. The energy
this week aspecting
your sign is wonder-
ful for beginning new relationships
and for improving existing ones.
You may find that the Mars energy
mray make you a little caustic at
times so watch that your humor
does not hurt one whom you truly
care for and want to protect. You,
may have to play rescue mission
for a friend who is having romance
problems. This week lucky num-
bers are:.4, 6, 12, 18, 22.
:Gemini.. (May 21. June
21) Emphasis this -
week is in the areas of I
legal or educational
interests,, church and
state, activities that
involve travel or dealing w ith peo-
ple at a distance. Concentrate upon
the positive and leave that healing
energy in your wake, to be enjoyed
by others. Offer peaceful energy
and solutions to those in your.path
who appear angry or emotionally
intense. This week lucky numbers
are: 8, 26, 30, 50, 5.
Cancer June 21- July 22)
Moon is.creating
a wonderful aspect to
your sign this week.
You ma\ find yourself
seeking out new and
exciting ways to spend time with
your, beloved The impact of
Neptune could find you lifting
your heart and spirits in new ways.
to create a sense of fantasy in \our
relationship You may feel a sluft
of roles in your relationship but be


open to all kinds of interesting pos-
sibilities. With Mars in the times
they are getting exciting. This
week lucky numbers are: 10, 32,
38, 40, 56.
Leo (July 23 August 22)
You are experiencing a
dip in energy level at
this time. Take unusual-
ly good care of your
health and don't allow
symptoms to go without notice or
treatment. You need more rest than
is usual for the energetic Twins. If
you don't make a conscious choice
to take a break, your body may do
it for you. Kick back. rela\. and,
-njoy the holiday. This week lucky.
numbers are: 22, 24, 52, 54, 88.
Virgo (August :23 -
September 22) You ma\ feel
yourself pulled in
man\ ways this week
hen it comes to love.
In fact. you might even
connect with an old
lover who makes you question if
'you are ready for some changes,
Be open to what your heart shares
with you about your past as it is a
message of how you can heal
romance today. The freedom of
Mars may find you and 'your
'beloved planning a vacation or nip
just so you can luxuriate in
romance. This week lucky num-
bers are; 2, 24, 30, 32, 36.
Libra (September 23 -
October 23) You are
likely to recognize that
now is the time to let go
of your investment in a
particular job. or per-
haps in some of those with whom
you work. You can do so graceful-
ly and bring a positive closure
no%\ The eclipse of this week ma\
represent the da\\n of a new\ plan
or idea. \which will enhance the
fresh identirt that .ou ha\e been
working toward building for a long
time. This week lucks numbers
are- 2. 4. 14. 28. 34.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21) You are a lo\e
machine this \;eek as
Mar- heats up your
Sign and is trying to
catch up to dance iith
Mercury and Saturn
Heat up the nights \with \our
beloved by beginning to talk about
.all those secrets that )ou have
\wanted to share. It might be time
for.some special moments that call
for-listening to the hurts and fears
of sour beloved. It is time to
express your empathy and your
sympathy and be a nurturer to your
beloved as the ne\\ moon
approaches. JealousN of an in-law
can be resolved. This \week lucky
numbers are: 6, 10, 24. 28. 30,
Sagittarius (November
22 -December 21) A self-
improvement regimen I ;
begun last July is now ',
coming to 'a point of .
fruition. The result is I ''"
proportionate to the
effort you have invested. Progress
is now e ident and \ou may be
feeling more than a bit pleased
with yourself. Pat yourself on the
back internally all week, but it
might be better to contain that exu-
berance around others, who don't
really grasp the meaning of \our
achievement. This week lucky
numbers are: 12, 20, 32, 48, 50.
Capricorn (December 22
January 19)You may find that
you are finding your
need to be more con-
nected \\ith \%hat you
truly \alue is
enhanced. You may
want to share \our dreams with
your beloved but not know just
where to start. The forward move-
ment of mercury energy can help
you begin this next week as your
intuitive skills will start to rise.
Avoid conflict first of the \\eek by
being more of a listener than a talk-
er and keep' that sharp wit hidden
behind velvet gloves of kindness.
This week lucky numbers are. 4, 8,
14. 20. 32.
Aquarius (January 20 -
February 18) You deserve a
break in the pace as much as evert -
one else does this
year. But because .,.,
those around you are -V *
trained to expect you
to handle things, they
may have trouble believing it when
you refuse. Nevertheless, make an
effort to be clear and firm and set
good boundaries on your time and
energy. Let the internal critic take a
leap. This week lucky numbers


are: 4, 10, 22, 24, 40.
Pisces (February 19
March 20) If the harmony of love
seems a little strained
right now it is because
Venus in Aries has
been opposing )our
sign You can open up
communication ITwever by taking


a new look at what you expect in yours, but those of your beloved.
relationships. It is time to dialogue Don't be afraid to say what you
with your beloved and share some really need. This week lucky num-
inner needs and desires. Not just bers are:8, 12, 24, 32, 36.

Man Upset With Penile ,


Work Pleads Guilty


PHILADELPHIA A man pleaded guilty to weapons of
mass destruction charges for sending a mail bomb to a
Chicago surgeon he said botched his penile enlargement sur-'
gery, though his attorney questioned whether the charges fit
the offense.
Brett R. Steidler, 25,,of Reamtstowr, Lancaster County,
mailed the explosive de ice in February 2005 because he
was extremely \ unhappy with the results" of the $8,000 sur-
gery, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams said
in court filings.
But Steidler alerted authorities before the bomb arrived
and it \\as retrieved from the mail and disarmed. His attor-
ney. Luis A. Ortiz. said Steidler is mentally ill and noted the
difference bet\ een the roughly 2-year sentence for mailing a
letter bomb and the -- to 8-\ ear sentence for using a weapon
of mass destruction.
"You shouldn't group this guy \with people \\ho drive
truck loads of explosives to buildings or gather anthrax or do
things for political reasons." Ortiz said. Sentencing is sched-
uled Jul\ 7 before U.S. District Judge La\\rence F. Stengel.


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INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
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The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties
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select one financial institution to deliver the services described
herein. The objective of the District is to secure the most efficient
and effective banking services while maintaining sufficient liquidity
and protection of District's funds.?There is no estimated budget for
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Chinese Theater in
Hollywood last Thursday
before the premiere of
ATL.
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story of four teens com-
ing of age in a working
class Atlanta neighbor-
hood where hip-hop
music and roller skating
rule. As the group pre-
pares for life after high
school, challenges on and
off the rink bring about"
turning points in each of
their lives. The film is
loosely based on Dallas
Austin and Tionne "T-
Boz" Watkins experi-
ences growing up in
Atlanta and hanging out


at a local skating rink
called Jellybeans.
Producer Will Smith
spent most of his time pos-
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ducted many interviews
including several with rap-
per Tip "T.I." Harris.
The movie stars T.I.,
Lauren London, Antwan
Andre "Big Boi" Patton;
Mykelti Williamson,
Keith David, Bone
Crusher and Jackie Long.
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Robinson. The Warner
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TBN ( 13 59 McClendon Reading-Way Rod Parsley (CC) Central Messg James Merritt New Life David Jeremiah Kenneth Hagin Ed Young Sr. -The Coral Ridge Hour (CC)
WB 5 9 7 Midnight Cry Paid Program North Jacksonville Baptist Believer Voice JesseDuplantis First Baptist Animal Atlas Paid Program Paid Program Ultimate Choice Ultimate Choice
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Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
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nation's capital.
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Jersey Drive Movie
(1995) with Gabriel
Casseus, Donald Faison,
Heavy D, Roscoe Orman.
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Jersey: the unofficial car-
theft capital of the world.
Jason (Sharron Corley)
and Midget (Gabriel
Casseus), two black
teenagers, have the same
interests as most of their
peers-- stealing and joyrid-
ing cars! But when the
boys jack a police car, they
find themselves facing a
large-scale offensive by
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cops.
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Street Movie (1984) with
Rae Dawn Chong.
Directed by Stan Lathan.
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down memory lane. Back
when the DJ's were
scratchin' to Melle Mel at
the Roxxy and the b-boy's
were breaking' on cardboard
boxes. You weren't dope
unless you had a Kangol
hat and people wouldn't
fight.. .they'd just dance.
Dance crews replaced
gangs and South Bronx,
New York was the place to
be.
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You Dig. It" Hosts
Sheldon Fleming and
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mission! Making over one
yard at a time, this dynam-
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people that gardening
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people closer together!
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*Sun. 4/9, 3:00 p.m.
"AKA Cassius Clay" The
documentary "AKA
Cassius Clay" presents a
fascinating look at the
incredible life of boxing;
Muhammad Ali.
*Sun. 4/9, 9:00 p.m. The
Lost Man Movie (1969)
with Sidney Poitier,
Joanna Shimkus, Paul
Winfield, Al Freeman Jr.,
Beverly Todd, Dick
Anthony Williams. A black
leader uses a civil-rights
demonstration as a cover
for his planned robbery of
an.all-white factory.
*Mon. 2/10, 1:00 p.m. -
The Organization Movie
(1971) with Sidney Poitier,


Barbara McNair, Ron
O'Neal, Bernie Hamilton,
Raul Julia. After a group of
young revolutionaries
break into a company's
corporate headquarters and
steal $5,000,000 worth of
heroin to keep it off the
street, they call on San'
Francisco Police Lt. Virgil
Tibbs for assistance.

Black Family Channel
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- 8 a.m. & Sunday 5 a.m. -
3 p.m., "M-Power
Ministry" Your daily dose
of power and praise. Some
of the world's most
dynamic ministers bring


forth the word with bold-
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Christian Center Pastors
James & Teressa White of
Jacksonville.
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8:30 p.m., "Pilot Central" -
This is your opportunity to
judge the next TV hit!
Which comedy, sitcom,
drama or short film will
make the cut? "Pilot
Central" is a new half hour
series that samples and
showcases new program-
ming ideas.
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Whassup continued from D-1
(Evan Ross) who lost
their parents in a tragic
auto accident. Their
uncle George
(Williamson) ended up
moving into his sister
and brother-in-law's
iouse to rear his
nephews.
Rashad becomes
romantically involved
with New-New (London)
who is rich girl Erin
Garnett from the affluent
part of town who sneaks
down to the hood mas-
querading as a down,
sexy, ghetto fabulous
hood rat, while hanging
.. *. *


with the ghetto-fine
twins Star and Veda (the
Haqq twins). Rashad's
crew includes three of his
best buddies i.e., Esquire
(Long), Brooklyn
(Daniels) and Teddy
(Weaver). Esquire is a
ghetto teen who man-
aged to get into a presti-
gious prep school and is
seeking to enter an Ivy
League college while
trying to hang true to the
hood crew. Brooklyn, a
street poet, can't seem to
hold down a job for more
than a week. Teddy is the
comic relief of the
bunch. He works in a


shop that sells and
installs gold teeth and
other toothy accessories.
Rashad's little brother
.Ant (Ross) becomes
mixed up with the mean
neighborhood drug deal-
er Marcus (Big Boi),
who plays his role quite
convincingly. This
movie should set well
with teens who can iden-
tify with the characters.
The pace is a little slow
at first, but it picks up.
The girls are "eye-
candy" fabulous and the
guys will keep the
females attention. Evan
Ross may be launched as


a teen sex-symbol from
this film. T.I. will cer-
tainly attract more acting
work. Lauren London
has made the sexy lead-
ing lady slot in
Hollywood a little more
crowded. ATL is a fun
movie, go check it out.
To see photos of ATL
and other projects we
cover, go to www.berna-
gency.photoreflect.com.
I'd love to here from
you. Hit me up with your
comments by e-mail to
feedbackrych@sbcglob-
al.net.
Maat-Hotep!
Rych


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9:30 p.m., "Spoken"
Check out an emerging
generation of the most pro-
lific poets, spoken word
artists and lyricists.
10:00 p.m., nContrast A
celebrity-focused enter-
tainment and lifestyle
show.
Monday
8 p.m., "Gospel Video
Countdown"
Tuesday
3 p.m., "The Thou$and
Dollar Bee" Fourth and
fifth grade 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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