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JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-Many are touched by the
events Easter Sunday morning when 13-year-old
Radarius Jackson was gunned down about 2 a.m. after
leaving a "sweet 16" party that was held at the
Northside Conference Center Banquet Hall on Soutel.
He was the only. one of the four youth walking from the
event, that was shot and killed. No one knows if he
was the target.
There is Radarius Jackson, 13, who is no longer


with us. There is Gregory Donnell Almon, 22 who has
been arrested for an unrelated incident. There is Josef
Williams, 19, who is a person of interest,- and there is.
Janice Jennings, the mother of Josef Williams. Ms.
Jennings says that her belief in God is the only thing
that is giving her strength.,
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Ykeisha Marie Robinson, 24, was suppose to pick up
her four month old child Tuesday, April 18 but did not
how up. She has not contacted any of her family mem-
Srs since that time, which is unusual for her. Ykeisha
es a black 1997 Mazda 626. The car had a temporary
/oa in the window. She was last seen in the Barnes
asking area. Detectives Cummings and McKinnon are
Call: the community for help in locating this woman.
04) 630-0500 or (904) 63-2627.

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closing t; Cheater's Entertainment Complex almost at
rity with ne. a gunman was able to slip through secu-
shot Na gun. He opened fire and three men.were
S. McClen ida Randolph, born August 20. 1981; Doug
born March ion, born June 5, 1980 and Tyrone O'Neal,
condition bt 30, 1980. All three men are now in stable
According t the shooter has not been located.
were visiting to reports, the victims and the suspects)
At some `Cheaters for the evening.
shooting occui point an altercation developed and the
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Fla. More than 3,000
men and women from
around Florida, Belize,
Central America and the
U. S. Virgin Islands will
arrive in Jacksonville,
Florida, Friday, April 21
for the 136th Annual
Grand Lodge
Communication, Most
Worshipful Union Grand
Lodge Free and Accepted
Masons PHA. The event


will ha\e a historical
change as the private
meetings and some public
events will be held at the
organization's own build-
ing located at 410 Broad
Street at Duval. The five-
story brick Masonic
Temple was built in 1913
at the cost of
S500,000.00, a cost many
thought impossible dur-
ing that period. The
building is completing


restoration at this time
and is considered a histor-
ical site.
The Reverend Dr.
Michael R. Moore 330 is
the Most Worshipful
Grand Master and
Mildred A. Smith is the
Grand Worthy Matron.
'The opening ceremony
will be held at 11:00 a.m.
Saturday at the Temple
with greetings from state
and local officials.


Nine-Year-Old Ordered To Juvenile Detention After Stabbing An II-Year-Old



JACKSONVIILE,
Fla. -- Around 5:23 p.m.
Monday, Jacksonville
Sheriff officers were
called to the Children's
Home Society Terry
Building in reference to a
nine-year-old threatening
to commit suicide with a


knife. Before the officer
could reach the facility, he
was advised that the youth
had stabbed an 11-year-
old in the neck but it was
not clear rather the item
used was a screwdriver or
an ice pick.
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Zebulon, N.C. The Jacksonville Suns (8-7) held off a late Carolina
Mudcats (6-9) rally to win a decisive game five by the score of 5-4
Thursday night at Five County Stadium. The Suns broke a 1-1 tie in the
sixth inning as Tony Abreu, Andy LaRoche and Justin Ruggiano all
scored off of three hits and three Carolina errors, including two on
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"Getting To It": A New Generation of Mayors
Make An Impact
Marc H. Morial
President and Chief Executive National Urban League


RON WILLIAMS, SR.
NEWS EDITOR
CHERYL COWARD
DESIGN EDITOR
BETTY ASQUE DAVIS
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"Let's get to it." Those
were not only the first four
words of the Honorable
Frank G. Jackson's inaugu-
ration speech as he took
office as Cleveland's 56th
mayor. They were also a
stirring, yet simple call to
action: a symbolization of
the commitment, effort and
old-fashioned work ethic,
that defines the new gener-
ation of African American
mayors.
It's that ability -- shared
by Jackson and other lead-
ers such as the Honorable
Byron Brown of Buffalo,
NY; the Honorable Melvin
"Kip" Holden of Baton
Rouge, LA; and the
Honorable Kwame
Kilpatrick of Detroit, MI --
to take. a blue-collar
approach to leading their
cities, riot afraid to be
hands-on, that has these
leaders prepared for the
challenges that lie ahead.
They are "getting to it."
To be sure, these mayors
aren't unique due to the
challenges they face. Many
cities may face similar situ-
ations to that of Cleveland,
where the school system
has been in disrepair for
years, or Detroit, where
there remains a glaring
need for additional housing,
or in Buffalo, where crime


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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


rates have been escalating,
and even in Baton Rouge,
where the influx of Katrina
evacuees have doubled the
city's population in a three
week period, straining
resources and providing
new challenges unforeseen
by
any Mayor in recent his-
tory.
However, it's the
approach that these mayors
have already taken that
makes them stand out.
It's Jackson, a
Clevelander born and
raised, who, ten days after
his inauguration sprung into
action, personally joining
the city's police force on an
overnight undercover pros-
titution sting. By so doing,
he sent the message that it
wouldn't be tolerated under
any circumstances, hoping
that his bringing attention
Sto it would force that bad
element out of his city.
It's the approach taken
by Kilpatrick, a former
public school teacher now
embarking upon his second
term as Detroit's mayor. His
administration's Kids,
Cops, Clean initiative has
already paid huge divi-
dends, ushering in a com-
prehensive network of
after-school programs, as
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to'its lowest level in three
decades, while the paving
of more than 200 miles of
road has markedly
improved the city's streets.
Brown, out of Queens,
NY, and all the way to City
Hall in Buffalo, approaches
his new job as a business,
stating during his inaugural
address that he'd already
"restructured City Hall to
help create an environment
that will attract investment,
grow business and create
jobs." All with the goal in
mind of making Buffalo
once again -a city of hope
and opportunity.
And then there's "Kip"
Holden, Baton Rouge's first
ever African American
mayor, who came into
office just before Hurricane
Katrina, and now, post-nat-
ural disaster, must rely on
his business savvy and abil-
ity to build coalitions across
the board to create much
needed jobs and housing for
his now-swelled popula-
tion.
During this important
time in American history,
the need for deft leadership
is even more critical. These
mayors must be flexible as
they work closely on a bi-
and multipartisan basis
more'than any other group
of elected officials in
America. They must w ork
on a bi- and. multi-racial
basis more than any other
group of leaders in America


today. They must find the
common ground between
the business community,
labor organizations and
working people more than
any other group of
American leaders today.
Indeed, if they are to be
successful leaders, they
don't have the luxury of
only talking to some and
ignoring others.
This new generation
stands on the shoulders of
those who came before
them, individuals like the
Honorable Maynard
Jackson out of Atlanta, the
Honorable Coleman Young
out of Detroit, and my
father, the Honorable Dutch
Morial of New Orleans,
who were all the "first" in
their respective cities. They
all faced similar challenges
as they attempted to keep
their cities viable. Their
success hinged on their
ability to "get to" the neces-
sary solutions.
That's what will set this'
new group apart. Make
them successful. Keep their
cities viable. This new gen-
eration of leaders -- in
Baton. Rouge.' Buffalo,
Cleveland and Detroit has
been in office for a short
time. However, through
their words and actions,
they've already shown that
they're more than up for the
challenge. For that. I
applaud them, and as they
move forward, urge them to
continue "getting to it."


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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-


PRETTY HAT TEA- A Pretty Hat tea Deaconess
'Fundraiser will be held Sunday, May 21, 4:00 p.m. at West
St. Mark Baptist Church, 1435 W. State St. Sis. Patricia
McGeathey of St. Stephen A.M.E. Church is the speaker.
Wear your prettiest hat and earn a chance to win some great
prizes. Sis. Alice Jones, Deaconess President. Rev. Willie
Jones, Pastor.
BACK TO THE BIBLE CONFERENCE-Faith Hope
Charity In Christ Evangelistic Ministries Church, along with
Bishop Bill Gilbert and Pastor Jackie Gilbert, invite
Jacksonville residents to a "Back To The Bible Conference".
The conference will be held May 4-5, 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul
CME Church, 1601 Barnard St., in Savannah, GA. Bishop
George Bloomer of Durham, NC is the speaker. The
Lecture Series begins at 6:15 p.m. The lecturer for
Thursday, May 4 is Rev. Henry R. Delaney, Pastor of St.
Paul CME Church. Pastor Steve 0. Buloch of Grace Full
Gospel Church in Savannah is the speaker for Friday, May 5.
For more information call (912) 234-4652 between 10:00
S a.m.-2:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday of (912) 713-7094.
LIFTING UP THE NAME OF JESUS-Donna's Praise
Dance and Baton Company, a Christian Emphasis Company,
presents Lifting Up The Name Of Jesus, their first dance
recital, on Saturday, June 3 at 4:00 p.m. at William Marion
Raines High School.
ANNIVERSARY-Shirley and The Sons of Harmony invites
the public to their their llth year celebration of singing
God's praises. The celebration will be held on Saturday,
April 22, 7:00 p.m, at St. Matthews Baptist Church in
Folkston, GA (6th Street, Rev. Ronnie Pollock, Pastor). The
celebration will also be held on Sunday, April 23, 6:00 p.m.,
at Philadelphia Baptist Church on Moncrief Road in
Jacksonville.
S PRE-MOTHER'S DAY MONEY TREE PROGRAM-
Rev. Frank Mathis presents a Pre-Mother's Day Money Tree
Program at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 22. The event will
be, held at First Chronicles Baptist Church, 33rd Street and
Cleveland Road (Rev. L.K. Ross, Pastor). Special guest
include The Gospel Tones, Sunny Rose, Touch Gospel
1 Singers, The Austin Sisters, Anointed Ones, New Creations,
Golden Clouds, and Jessie and The Miracles.
MEETING-The Christian Women Social Serving Society
will meet Saturday, April 22, 4:00 p.m. in the auditorium of
Mt. Salem Baptist Church located on Moncrief Road at 13th
Street. Ruth Cash, President, is requesting all members to be
S in attendance to help finalize plans for the upcoming
anni\ ersarn scheduled for July 2006.
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1953 W. 9th St., presents An Evening of Praise and Worship
on Sunday, April 23 at 4:00 p.m. The service features Rev.
Dr. Percy Jackson, Jr. and the Mt. Moriah Praise team, Youth
Pastor Minister Rsaool Kamma, and others. For more infor-
mation and directions contact the church office at 354-0145.
Rev. Dr. Percy Jackson Sr. and Jr., Pastors.
SERVICE-Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church, 2036
Silver St., will have its Annual Evangelistic Day on Sunday,
April 30. Service begins at 10:30 a.m. under the leadership
of Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor.
2006 SERIOUS PRAISE-Sword and Shield Kingdom
Outreach Ministry invites the public to share in the 2006.
Serious Praise worship service on Sunday, April 23, 3:45
p.m., at Father House Conference Center, 1820 Monument
Rd. Participants include the Prais-cisers under the direction
of Kenshela Williams, Rev. Mattie W. Freeman,Sword and
Shield Founder/Pastor, the speaker Bishop Chavers, and
soloist Bro. Germain Williams.


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FAMU Mourns Former


Administrator

Alfred
A 1l"
McCoy, a
F AMU
baseball
*,. legend,
S known for
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Alfred personali-
"Al" ty and sar-
McCoy toni a
trial
excellence, died on Easter
Sunday Morning. He was
77.
Funeral services were
held Friday, April 21 at
Bethel A.M.E. Church, 501
W. Orange Aye. in
Tallahassee, FL.
Memorial contributions
may be made to M&M
Educational Athletic Group,
Inc., 1914 Blue Sage Court.
Brandon, FL, 33511.
McCoy, a 1951 FAMU
alumnus, was a standout
second baseman for the
Rattlers who earned count-,
less honors, including being
named the first second base-
man to the Al Southern
Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference,
In 1956, McCoy became
the 10th black player to sign
with the Major League
Philadelphia Phillies. He
was named a baseball All-
American three times in the
world of professional base-
ball with the Norristown, PA
Blocks (1957) and the
Montreal Steinbergs (1958).
"Al McCoy loved
Florida A&M University
and he loved FAMU .athlet-
ics. He was a true gentle-
man whom one would think
bed orange and green," said
Interim FAMU president
Castell Vaughn Bryant.
"The University family, will
miss his sparkling personali-
ty and his unwavering comn
mitment to his alma mater.
He also made his mark in
the \\ world of education,
administration and politics.
McCoy \\as theUmiiversity's
alumni affairs director from
1970-1973.
In 1991,'he was inducted
into the FAMU Sports Hall
of Fame. In recent years, he
returned to FAMU to work
in alumni affairs and athlet-
ics.-
He served as the director
of the Florida Commission
on Human Relations. In
addition, he had worked in
state and local government
as a legislative analyst for
the Florida Legislature and
as an Equal Opportunity
officer for tle City of
Tallahassee.
His professional life also


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April 15, 2006.
DAVIS-Pamela F., died
April 14, 2006.
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GILLIAM-Daisey, died
April 14, 2006.
JACKSON-Herman, died
April 16, 2006.
JOHNSON-Carrie Bell.
died August 23, 2006.,
JOHNSON-Eva, died
April 16, 2006.
JOHNSON-Louise, died
April 14, 2006.
KELLOM-Maggie, died
April 11. 2006.
KENNERLY-Nlaceo. 84.
died April 12, 2006.
LAMPKINS-Avan E., died
April !5, 2006.
LASTER-Adrian Coy. 37,
died April 13. 2006
LEAKS-Barbara J., 62,
died April 13, 2006.
ALCK-Reginald Lee, 26,
died April 15, 2006.
NELSON-Charlie, Jr., died
April 13, 2006.
POOL-Laura M., died
April 14, 2006.
PRESSLE -R minister
Ronald H., died April 9,
2006.
SIMMONS-Earl, 55, died
April 11, 2006.
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Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor: Rev. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-5727 Church
(904) 768-0272 Home


MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 Noith Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ died for our sins...was buried and Rose again (see I Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening V\,rhi p .. t11" p .
Wednesdj, 1. Fr.na, N.ght Sr. ces .' P m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home COurTcih ?rJ ard 4th S arurdy,i
International Sunday Schoo: '"'. ud:' 1un p m smarur .J .:.n V.'i"t M.11. I I'f.
A Biblk Preathani. Bible Biliming and Bible Pracncing Church
"Without Ihe sh.dding of Blood, ihere ii no rcmirsion :.rf in" iHlcbrer 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
Sunday School 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
SYouth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
S. Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.
Mid-Week:
Wednesday, Noonday Prayer 12 Noon
Inspiration Wednesday Worship Service........... ........6:00-8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, Youth Bible Study & Activities

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


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Socially Speaking .
By
Betty Asque
Davis
"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"

Oh, what a beautiful morning .,
Oh, what a beautiful day.
I got a beautifulfeelin Mrs. Ross with her daughters Mesdames Beatrice 'Bebe' Ross Coker, Mrs. Ross with her wonderful grandchildren. (Photo by J Carl Davis,
Everything's goin'my way. Shirley Ross Loggins and Annetta Ross Walker. (Photo by J. Carl Sr)
Davis, Sr.)
Mrs. Cora Francisco Wood Ross '-
"Each and every morning my grandmother awak- :r- Vi
ened us singing Oh what a beautiful morning', stated '
Phillip Walker, Duval County Public School Teacher
on Special Assignment as Flight Director for the
Challenger Learning Center, Jacksonville, as he shared
emcee duties with his cousin Dr. Joan Coker, Ear, 1A
Nose and Throat Surgeon with Girgis and Associates,
Chicago, Illinois, at the centennial celebration of the ,
family matriarch Mrs. Cora Francisco Wood Ross ,
amidst a 'sea' of pink and green, of course (Mrs. Ross '
is a 75-plus years member of Alpha ,Kappa Alpha Mrs. Ross with her great grandchildren. (Photo byJ. Cari Davis, Sr) Mrs. Ross with her Ross grandchildren,the children and widow of her
is a 75-plus years member of Alpha Kappa Alpha late son John Ross, Jr. (Photo by J Carl Davis Sr)
Soroity.In.)!late son John Ross, Jr. (Photo by J Carl Davis, Sr.)
Sorority, Inc.)!
It was a glorious, first class celebration just as the
honoree Mrs. Cora Francisco Wood Ross is. The grand-
children really 'put it on!' From the welcome speeches
of great grandchildren speaking in French, a grand-
daughter performing an interpretative dance, the words
of praise from: Mrs. Marilyn Miller Epps; Father
Joslyn Angus; Ms. Leslie Harris-goddaughter; former
students Pastor James Jennings (a former French stu-
dent of Mrs. Ross who recalled how Mrs. Ross would
give him lunch money when he had none), Mrs. Olivia
Gay Davis, and Mrs. Almetia Johnson Lodi, local Traveling from Chicago for the glorious event: daughter and grand-
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority chapter immediate past Mrs. Ross with The Walker Clan. P/ihr by J. Carl Davis, S.) daughter of Mrs. Ross' long time friend the late Mrs. Carolyn Jenkins
Miller, Mrs. Marilyn Miller Epps and Dr. Carolyn Epps. principal of.
president Mrs. Patricia Hill Mitchell, Mrs. Margaret Cantes Middle School in Chicago. ,(Photo by J Carl Davis, Sr.)
Ludwig, Mrs. Terri Mosley, Clement Hall, Sr.,
Michael Ross, th~e oldest grandchildren, Mrs.
Louvenia Quarterman Newman and the Ross daugh-
ters to the highlight of the day when Mrs. Ross spoke
herself being forever the humble, gracious and grand
lady we've always known her to be.
'To Go Be The Glory!' What a blessing it is to have
been blessed to share this world with a wonderful, won-
derful marvelous lady!

Mrs. Cora F. Ross' Children, Grandchildren, and .'
Great Grand Children The Rudolph Daniels along with celebrating at the Ross celebration Among the m riad of RossCelebration guests "ere The Nolan
they also shared news of their new granddaughter and the anticipation Gilmores.(Phiiro bi J Carl Davis, Sr)
Children of another expected grandchildren. (Photo by J Carl Davis, Sr)
John A. Ross, Jr.-Deceased (Mrs. Shirley Ross
Loggins), Retired Civilian quality Control Specialist "L
for the Defense Logistics Agency; Mrs. Annetta B.
Walker, Retired Duval County Public School Media
Specialist, Jacksonville; Florida; and Mrs. Beatrice L.
Coker, Retired. Diversity Training Specialist for the
U.S. Government Defense Logistics Agency,
Wilmington, Delaware
Grandchildren ,
Michael Ross (Mrs. Stephanie Thomas),Logistics .'
Management Specialist for the U.S. Air Force, i.. '.
Oceanside, California; Maurice Ross, Implementation
Mrs. Dorothy Hicks Bassell and daughter Ms. Yvonne Hicks, Nlesdames Sharon Secunda. MIargaret Ludwig Louise Gibbs and Jod.
Project Manager with Fidelity Investments, Watauga, Washingtoh, D.C. (Photo by, J. Carl Davis, Sr) Matheny represented the Volunteer Auxiliary of University Hospital
Texas; Dr. Phyllis Walker, Assistant Vice President for where Mrs. Ross and her dear friend Mabel Martin had volunteered
Academic Affairs at Edward Waters College, for ar. P b' I Ca Davis,
Jacksonville, Florida; Dr. Carol Ross, Dean of Student
Affairs at American University of Kuwait, Salmiya,
Kuwait; Philip Walker (Mrs. LaShawn Furlow), _
Duval County Public School Teacher on Special
Assignment as. Flight Director for the Challenger
Learning Center, Jacksonville, Florida; CDR Laurie
Coker Reid.(Reginald)
Public Health Advisbr for the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia; Dr. Joan ,. &2' / .,
Coker; Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon with Girgis and :.
Associates, Chicago, Illinois; Mrs. Cora Walker Greeting their former pastor Father and Mrs. Angus were he Clement
Mrs. Ross with one of her former students who voiced their desire to be Halls and Mrs. Gwen Witsell. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.
Johnson; Structural Engineer City of Los Angeles the model person and teacher Mrs. Ross had always been to them. _


Department of Building and Safety, Los Angeles, (Photo by J. CarlDavis, Sr.)
California; and Ms. Julie Coker; General Manager
-The Hyatt Lodge
Chicago, Illinois.
Great Grandchildren
Antwan 20, Morgan 18, Michelle 16, Brittanyl6,
Dara 14, Cheikh 11, Cody 10, Madison 9,Chase 7,
Kaylin 5, Carlie 2, and Koen 1.

Don't forget to let us know .of your upcoming '
events. Contact. us at 904 766-8834; E-mail .
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me ;2 .: ,
directly at imapjoltaaol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777
St. Phillips Episcopal Church friend Mrs. Gloria Dean and long term
or fax (904)285-7008. family friends ITesdames .Lydia Wooden and Elizabeth Downing. Ross granddaughter Mrs. Cora Walker Johnson v rith her sons Chase
See you in the paper! t (Photo ii J Carl Davis, Sr.) and Cody. (Photo A J. Carl Davis, Sr.) .
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Senator Tony Hill, Florida Conference Of Black State Legislators Support

Rally For Family Of Martin Lee Anderson Beaten And Killed At Boot Camp


TALLAHASSEE
Senator Anthony C. "Tony"
Hill, Sr. (D- Jacksonville),
Senator
S Frederica
1 Wilson
( D -
-. Miami),
Senator
Gar y
Martin Lee Siplin (D-
Anderson Orlando)
and other members of the
Florida Conference of Black
State Legislators continue to
work toward seeking Justice
for the family of Martin Lee


Anderson, who was beaten
and killed in the Bay County
Sheriffs Office Boot Camp,
located in Panama City, on
January 5, 2006.
They asked the public
you to show support for
Martin Anderson and his
family by attending a Rally
to Support the Anderson
Family, which will be held
Friday, April 21 1.0:00 a.m.,
in the Capitol Court Yard.
Senator Hill stated that
the members of the Florida
Conference of Black State
Legislators are telling those


in charge of investigating
Martin Anderson's death,
"that first of all, it is past
time for the guards who beat
him to death to be arrested
for murder, second, for the
registered nurse, who stood
by and offered no medical
assistance to him, to have
her license revoked, third,
for the medical examiner,
who lied about the cause of
his death, to be dismissed
from his position, and
fourth, for any and all others
involved in the decisions
regarding how he was treat-


FAMU


S.Students


SJoin


Protest


l I 'I I __ Ramon Alexander, a stu-
.. _-.-. :_- ,.a-i i-u: dent at Florida A & M
University student, center, talks Wednesday, April 19, 2006, in Tallahassee, Fla.,
regarding the investigation into the death of Martin Anderson at a Bay County boot
camp. About 30 college students peacefully protested in the foyer of Gov. Jeb
Bush's office, calling for the arrest of guards who struck and kicked the teenage
bcay at a juvenile boot camp in Panama City. The 14-year-old boy died the next day.
(AP Photo/Phil Coale)

Persistent Racial Discrimination And Felonious
Hate Crime At Super Steel Basis For Class Action


ed, where his body was
taken for medical treatment
and autopsy, the cover up
surrounding his death, the
subsequently released false
autopsy report, and the
investigation of all of the
above, to be brought to jus-
tice. As of today, it has been
99 Days since Martin
Anderson was beaten and
killed, and he and his family
have yet to see Justice for
his murder and its subse-
quent cover up."
Hill stated that "the Chi
Theta Chapter of the Omega
Psi Phi Fraternity at Florida
State University(FSU) is a
participating organization in


the Coalition for Justice for
Martin Lee Anderson, the
group organizing the April
21 rally, and members of the
fraternity and other students
from FSU, along with stu-
dents from Florida
Agricultural & Mechanical
University(FAMU) and
Tallahassee Community
College(TCC), will march
from their campuses, meet at
the Leon County Civic
Center and march on to the
Capitol to join the rally."
He stated further that
"this injustice is being seen
across the country and there
are people from other areas
who are concerned about


Martin's murder and about
his family. The Reverends
Jesse Jackson and Al
Sharpton will be in atten-
dance at the rally to. show
their support. Others who
have expressed interest and-
have been invited to attend
include, Reverend Victor
Curry, T-Boz., Senator
Barak Obama,
Congresswoman Corrine
Brown and Congressman
Allen Boyd."
For additional informa-
tion, contact the law firm
representing the Andersons,
Parks & Crump, at 850-224-
6400.


SCHENECTADY, N.Y,-
The African Americans
who leave Mississippi,
Alabama and Louisiana to
work at the New York facili-
ty of Super Steel in
Schenectady, travel to New
York to work hard, to do
their jobs well, and to save
money to improve their
lives.
What those African-
Americans find is a depth of
racism, discrimination and
prejudice in Super Steel's
workplace that goes beyond
anything they've ever
encountered in the deep
south, including threats of
physical violence and racist
ridicule according to a com-
plaint filed today in U.S.
District Court for the
Northern District of New
York.
Nine current and former
African-American employ-
ees of Super Steel have filed
a class action suit against the
company in U.S. District
Court to redress the discrim-


nation and harassment they
say is deeply embedded in
the Super Steel culture and
work climate.
Plaintiffs in the matter
are Criss Murphy, Norman
Jordan, Andino Ward, Eddie
Barnes, Jr., Paul Hannon,
Curtis Nelson, David
Chambers. Herion Murphy
and Vincent Safford and a
class of current and former
African American employ-
ees of Super Steel. They are
represented in the matter by
David Sanford of Sanford,
Wittels & Heisler, LLP,
Washington, D.C..
Sanford was asked by
the New York Commission
on Human Rights and the
NAACP to investigate a hate
crime 'at Super Steel that
occurred late in 2005. An
employee of Super Steel
vandalized .an African-
American's locker, writing
"Die Nigger Die" and
"KKK" inside the door of'
the locker, and placed a
monkey on the coat hook, its


head torn off and its body
ripped apart. That incident
remains unsolved and con-
tinues to be investigated by
.local police.
That hate crime was the
latest in a string of incidents
dating back years.
A police officer .investi-
gating the drawing of a man
hanging by a noose in anoth-
er Plaintiffs workstation
commented in his police
report that Super Steel "had
not yet come to an under-
standing of the serious
nature of the incidents) and
was still under the assump-
tion that they [Super Steel]
would be able to handle
everything internally."
Each of the nine
Plaintiffs' treatment at the
hands of white fellow
employees, supervisors and
company management is
painstakingly; discussed in'
the Complaint, including the
racial epithets and slurs and
outrageous taunts black
employees must endure.


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Introducing
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Teach a Child to Fish.

Purpose
There are two main objectives this Youth Empowerment program will focus on which
are:
1. To enlighten the youth of their African-American history using a timeline dating
from 1492 to present.
2. To empower the youth by examining the personalities and characteristics found
in our Great African-American Historians; allowing the youth to make
connections with the Historians' personality traits and their own.

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people at the club, many were able to see the shooter(s) with the ability to possibly
identify him/them, including patrons and employees.
Cheaters is located in the 6300 block of Phillips Highway.
Stabbing continued from A-i
that he was going to kill the employee, the children and himself. The staff person
was eventually able to detain the suspect until the officer arrived.
Hospital personnel advised that the item used to stab the victim was a six-inch ice
pick.
The suspect's mother, who has a hearing impairment, could not understand how
her son was able to get the ice pick. She and the public defender were concerned
about the nine-year-old going to or remaining in a juvenile detention center.
After hearing what happened, the judge ordered the nine-year-old to remain in
juvenile detention rather than return to Children's Home Society of Florida. He was
already a ward of the state but it was not disclosed how he got there. His mother
wants him home.

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Sugar Ray retired in 1965. The inscription reads:
'The World's Greatest Fighter.'

Bobby' Brown And New Edition Together Again
Even If Only One Time
It will only be for one city, but Bobby Brown and
New Edition will perform at the Essence Music
Festival in Houston. The festive will be held July 1-3,
2006. Other performers for the festive will be Diddy,
Jaheim, Cris Brown, Mary J. Blige, Steve Harvey, LL
Cool J., Earth Wind & Fire, Yolanda Adams and Maze
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Frank Jude Jr., is shown at left during an interview in
Milwaukee Tuesday, March 1, 2005, and in an undated
photo provided by his family at right. A jury acquitted
three white former police officers on four charges but
deadlocked on a charge against one of them Friday
night April 14, 2006 in the severe beating of a biracial
man outside a party in a case that inflamed racial ten-
sions in the state's largest city. (AP PhotolMilwaukee Journal
Sentinel, Rick Wood)


Bobby Brown


Man Beaten-Police
Not Guilty
It took 26-hours for an
all-white jury in Milwaukee
to come back with 'not-
guilty' for three white
police officers accused of
viciously beating a man.
The three ex-cops were
accused of kicking and
punching Frank Jude Jr., on
October 24, 2004, saying
he had stolen a badge from
one of the officers at a


party. The three former officers were among nine officers fired as a result of the
beating.


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Jennings said she has serious concerns for family and friends of Radarius "and I
cry for him and his relatives." But, she said, "Those concerns cannot match the con-
cerns I have for the community in which we live." "Something must be done and
must be done immediately," she said.
Josef did not live with his mother. Ms. Jennings is still wondering why she never
received a phone call or an inquiry about her son from anyone from the Jacksonville
Sheriffs Office, or was even notified by JSO that "Josef was a wanted man." Her
knowledge of Josef being wanted was received through information provided
through the media, neighbors and church members. What bothered her also is the
fact that she served as a volunteer for JSO as a chaplain for a year. She was appalled
when she arrived in Yosefs neighborhood that the SWAT team was there and would
not allow her to go through.
It did not take her long to learn that the SWAT team and an armored vehicle had
broken out six or seven windows and had fired 40 or more gas canisters into the
house in an effort to get her son. Josef was not at home at the time they attacked
his house and "frankly," she said, "that was a blessing because they may have killed
him." Prior to this, the only trouble Josef had had with the law was regarding a traf-
fic incident on Pearl where he ran from the officer because he said he did not have
insurance.
"Now my son, who attended a private Christian school, grewv up in the church
since I am in the music ministry, was suddenly running from the law and has been
labeled as a possible suspect for one murder and four attempted murders." .He is
going to plea 'not guilty."
Ms. Jennings said that on 'Good Friday' there were several people gathered in
front of her house on Norfolk, "yelling and shooting." "My son advised that one put
a gun to his head and then fired up in the air," said Ms. Jennings. She said she and
a neighbor called 911 at least four times and after a very long waiting period; "one
white officer showed up." He showed no concern about the bullet casings lying on
the ground and the fact that a shooting incident had occurred or the fact that she
advised him that her son was being agitated. According to Ms. Jennings, his state-
ment to her was: "there is no one here now so I don't have an incident to report."
Ms. Jennings said her greatest concerns are that the area is not patrolled, that JSO
has had a budget cut when the city is growing and crime is increasing. Her concern
is that the politicians and community leaders are not providing the programs that
could help our youth; they are not placing enough effort in finding out how these
children are getting the guns or the drugs; they won't come in the Sherwood Forest
area.
She added "our leaders are not focusing on the educational crises we are facing
or helping the residents make viable career choices through training and job oppor-
tunities." She said the churches need more outreach ministries. "JCCI, in their
investigative study, should spend one or more days at the schools; at the bus stops,
focusing on the drug dealers and going through the neighborhood. She said the peo-
ple in the community are not afraid, they are just frustrated.
"Yes, she said, my son has been arrested and no one is saying he really commit-
ted a crime but, when a SWAT team converge upon one's homestead in the manner
that they did his, it is understandable why he hid while trying to figure out a safe
method for him to turn himself in. I did not know where he was, but I kept my
phone lines open and my prayers going up because I must continue my walk in vic-
tory.'" "I was so grateful when he finally called me. With a neighbor, we called
JSO and advised that Josef wanted to turn himself in but we needed assurance that
he would be safe and there would be no incidents. They made a commitment for our
safety and, they kept their commitment. Josef turned himself in about 2:00 p.m.
Thursday. We were with him."
Mrs. Jennings said, "again my plea is for the city leaders and citizens to come
together to do the things required to get our youth back on track." She added, "One
key item is the music." "The murders, the drugs,, the hostility, must stop. It istime
we change the tunes."


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SResearch Representing Florida State

At ACC Symposium At Clemson University

i -TALLAI-I\SSI I Fla Florida State UniverlIty senior Waleed Barnawi of Jacksonville will be presenting his
Research on controlling earthquake damage at the first-ever
i '-"' l Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) undergraduate research
a i' *S: ,symposium at Clemson University April 25-26. Barnawi is
i t the son of Owen McDonald and Barbara Williams, both of
i0 !* I Jacksonville.
S. The symposium, "Meeting of the Minds: AdVancing
Undergraduate Research Excellence," will be the very first
S: .? i .' -- meeting of the 12 ACC schools in this type of forum. Only 16
A .. FSU students were selected to present.
SThe Terry Parker High School graduate is conducting
S; research to determine if using certain types of dampers (struc-
S~, tural shock absorbers) can improve the stability of buildings
.. under earthquake stress. He is testing the efficiency and effec-
Stiveness of passive versus semi-active dampers.
Semi-active dampers require a small amount of electrical
S- :-.: power to produce reactive forces; passive dampers require no
'.":' external power.
...Barnawi, a civil engineering major, is one of just a small
S. number of elite, determined undergraduates at FSU w ho
k..: '-, choose to pursue research considered graduate-level in hns
S. field of study.
.. .... .-. Using software that simulates real, past earthquake
responses, Barnawi will show the building's displacement,
acceleration responses and how the dampers reduced earth-
s" r' '. l s quake damage.
S.."For buildings that are rigid, using passive dampers is bet-
,x .:, ter," said Barnawi of his initial predictions. "Buildings that are
considered flexible will be better-suited with semi-actile
SWaleed Barnawi
Sdampers."
Barnawi, who goes by Wally, does much of his work at the Wind Hazard and Earthquake Engineering
Laboratory (WHEEL) at the Florida A&M University-FSU College of Engineering.
Last year he led a team of undergraduate seismic design students to win first place at the 2005 Seismic Design
Competition in Buffalo, in New York.
"Wally is one of the most conscientious students I have ever met,", said Makola Abdullah, Barnawi's seismic
k engineering professor. "He has a humble confidence that makes him an approachable leader, and he has been a
very important member of my lab."
Barnawi's thesis, "Investigating Appropriate Conditions for Passive and Semi-Active Control Devices,"
earned him a spot at the ACC symposium as the only civil engineering major to represent FSU.
S "He is also working on a scholarly journal publication of his results," Abdullah said. Most recently, Barnawi
Participated in an undergraduate research experience in Tokyo, Japan, where he investigated the efficiency of dif-
ferent devices to control vibrations in seismically excited buildings.
The ACC symposium will feature oral and poster presentations, exhibits, models and performances represent-
Sing academic research in all disciplines, and it will provide an opportunity for Bamawi to showcase his work in a
Professional, conference-type setting.
.. "I would say these students have found significant value in adding a research curriculum to their undergrad-
S- .i. uate experience," said Meeting of the Minds Coordinator Heidi Williams. "Several attribute curriculum choices
S 4 and future career choices to their experience with their research projects."


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DASOTA Jazz Band Earns Place


At National Competition

The Jazz Band from Center in New York City. Hall at Lincoln Center Joseph Wise. "We salute and American high
Douglas Anderson School The DASOTA Jazz with guest soloist Wynton this latest. achievement, schools abroad.
of the Arts (DASOTA) Band competed with 96 Marsalis. and look forward to many It's mission is to
soon will be going to the others from around the "The Douglas more outstanding perform- extend the legacy of Duke
Big Apple after earning a world to earn a spot in the Anderson Jazz Band is ances from each of these Ellington by widely shar-
finalist slot in the presti- final level of the competi- continuing the school's young musicians." ing his music, in its origi-
gious 11th annual tion. great tradition of taking The Essentially nal arrangements, to high
Essentially Ellington High The top three bands students with musical and Ellington Competition and school students for study
School Jazz Band chosen from the 15 final- other artistic abilities to Festival are part of a and performance.
Competition and Festival ists will earn the right to their highest potential," unique program for high
May 18-20 at Lincoln perform at Avery Fisher said Superintendent schools in North America


The Raising Of A Young Genius
By Fred Beauford
Whenever extraordinary talent surfaces at a very
young age, the old debate between nature vs nature, also
often surfaces. Was it just good genes, and was this per-
son just born gifted? or were there some other set of cir-
,cumstance, like a wise, insightful teacher; or their being
S bom filthy rich, with them and their family well-con-
S. nected, and plugged into a system which is set up to
.reward them first, with all the good things life has to
offers..
: % ....r N "Or, maybe just loving, caring, encouraging parents--
S'i '"':: some rich, some poor, and some who are just float close
3:. .1. to both groups--gently pushing, and guiding their off-
W,. .spring in the right direction.
| ,, Sam and Sonja Jeremiah could certainly answer
S' .~ !*.. some of these questions easily. They can barely contain
themselves these days. And for good reason. Morton
Sam and Sonja Jeremiah and son Omari (left). Books, Inc. has just released their 14-year-old, Omari's
latest work, Paperboy Three: The School Of Doom, the
their book in the wildly popular paperboy series.
In the process, young Omari has become a nationally celebrated, best selling author. Not bad for a black, immigrant family from the Bronx...
Sam Jeremiah said that his son started writing at age three or four, strongly suggesting nature at work. "Nothing much," Sam said "just little short
stories, nothing too involving.."
It didn't hurt the budding young writer that both of his parents were school teachers, and they had very impressive pedigrees, and were well
trained to spot talent in youngsters. Samuel Jeremiah was born in the country of Antigua in the west Indies. He attended high school in Antigua
and then went to the University of West Indies (UWI) where he earned a Bachelors degree with a double major in Chemistry and Biochemistry.
He attended City College of the City University of new.York and earned three Masters Degrees, majoring in Science Education, Mathematics
Education and Educational Administration. He also obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Computers in Education from the New York Institute of
Technology. he has been employed at Middle School 145 in the Bronx since 1982 as a.Math teacher, computer teacher and recently as a Math
Coach.
Sonja Jeremiah was born in the country of Barbados in the West Indies. She attended high school in Barbados and then went to Erdiston Teacher
Training College where she completed an Associate Degree in Elementary Education. Sonja attended the City College of the City University of
new York and earned a masters Degree in Early Childhood Education with an emphasis in Reading. She has been employed at an elementary school
in the Bronx as a Reading Specialist from 1987 until presently.
The key question then, did Omari just come to this naturally, or was there some prodding on the part of his parents? Sonja thought for a second
and then smiled. "you know, I use to read to him while he was still in the womb. I could tell I was getting a response because I could feel him
moving around and start kicking each time I started reading to him." Mrs. Jeremiah let out a loud laugh and continued, "From the day he was born
I would read to him every night. His little eyes became very attentive, not like a normal baby, and I could tell he was taking it all in."
Genius continued on B-3


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Duval Students Of Character Honored


Eighteen Duval
County Public Schools
students will be honored at
the annual American
Youth Character Awards
dinner on Thursday, May
18, at 7:00 p.m., in the
University of North
Florida's University
Center.
The event, a partner-
ship between Character
Counts! of Jacksonville
and Duval County Public
Schools, recognizes stu-
dents from the sixth
through 12th grades who
consistently have exempli-
fied the highest standards
of character.
Superintendent Joseph
Wise will serve as the
keynote speaker.
Tickets for the event
are available by calling the
Character Counts! office at
724-5566.
"The examples these
students set for their peers
carry a powerful mes-
sage," said Deborah
Hansen, Project
Coordinator for Character
Education. "By modeling
positive character traits,
they show other students
and adults that good char-.
acter can improve all
facets of life, from
improving the quality of
education to making the
future a better one for our
entire community."
Students were nomi-
nated for the award by


their teachers.
The finalists, who were
selected by a panel of
judges from the school
system and the communi-
ty, are:
Elementary Schools
Elisabeth Ajluni,
Holiday Hill


Samuel
Love Grove
Courtney
San Mateo
Amanda N
Tillis
Maja Rad
Trail
Zachary
Chimney Lake

Middle Sch
Davieionna
Kirby-Smith M
Worship
Mandarin Mid(
Fernando
Southside Mid
Brionna
Kennedy, Jeffe
Middle
Nicole
Kirby, Stilwell
Amanda
Tillman, Jeffer

High Scho
Reinaldo Fi
Fletcher High
Osborne
Raines High
DeSean
Baldwin Mi
High
Kevin
Fletcher High


Stefone Parrish,
Andrew Jackson High


Joseph Shedden, Palm Education Center
Avenue Exception Student


Baldwin Band To Make


History On July 4th


Bolarinwa, The Baldwin High
School Marching Indian
Kitchens, Band has been invited to
march in the 2006 national
Teth, Sadie Independence Day
Celebration Parade in
lic, Kings Washington, D.C. It is
only the fourth public high
Schmidt, school band in Florida
s ever to receive an invita-
tion to participate. The
iools event also marks the first
Campbell, time a Duval County band
[iddle has been invited to the cel-
Chaleka, ebration.
Ile "This is an unprece-
Cordova, dented honor for Baldwin
dle and for Duval County
La'Shay Public Schools," said
;rson Davis Donna Richardson,
Principal of Baldwin
Elizabeth Middle/Senior High
Middle School. "We have an
Denise excellent band, program
son Davis with very talented students
and staff, and we are
,ls thrilled that citizens across
eliciano III, the country will have an
opportunity to see how
B. Hall, truly talented the Baldwin
students are."
Kirkland, The band was nominat-
ddle/Senior ed to participate by the
City of Jacksonville
Morgan, Mayor's Office. After a
rigorous application
process, only 20 bands


from the entire United
States were chosen to per-
form. The annual parade in
the nation's capital is host-
ed by the National Park
Service. Marching bands
are selected on the basis of
overall quality and geo-
graphical, ethnic and sty-
listic diversity.
Band Director John W.
Wilkerson said the next
step for the Baldwin band
is to raise the money to
make the trip.
"It will cost $110,000
to transport, house and
feed 100 band members,"
Wilkerson said. "It's a lot
of money, but we are
working hard to find ways
to raise it. We also are
accepting donations from


the community to help us
make this experience of a
lifetime a reality for our
students." In addition to
the marching band mem-
bers, Wilkerson, Principal
Richardson and approxi-
mately 30 band parents are
expected to make the trip
to Washington.
Band fundraising
activities already are
underway with the
Jacksonville City Council
and several area business-
es that have-made dona-
tion pledges. Community
members wishing to sup-
port the band may send-
donations, payable to
Baldwin Band Boosters, to
291 Mill Street West,
Baldwin, FL 32234.


Genius

(Continued From.B-2)

Growing up, young Omari was surrounded by books and his parents took him to
bookstores and encouraged him in his writing endeavors by taking seriously what he
was doing.
As I listened to both of his proud parents talk about their son, it seemed almost
inevitable that he would have his first book published at the age of twelve, and be fea-
tured in the New York Times as a best selling author, at the age of thirteen.
It seems that with a little help from nature, with a strong push from nurture, any-
thing is possible.
(Fred Beauford is the best selling author of The King of macy 's)


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Christian Artist SHOK Tops GarageBand.com All Time Pop Chart

Christian Rap artist Michael "SHOK" Gomez in just ten weeks has received
over 40 awards from GarageBand.com including #14 Most Original in Pop, all-
time, #6 Best Production in Pop, all-time, and #2 Best Lyrics in Pop, all-time
and the good reviews just keep pouring in.
., -:. -'/ New York, NY (PRWEB) April 19, 2006 -- Christian Rap artist Michael
"SHOK" Gomez in just ten weeks has received over 40 awards from
GarageBand.com including #14 Most Original in Pop, all-time, #6 Best
-rv e Production in Pop, all-time, and #2 Best Lyrics in Pop, all-time and the good
reviews just keep pouring in.
SHOK has sold over 13 million records on the producer side of things for
artists like DMX, Eve, Busta Rhymes, Big Pun, Jadakiss, Snoop Dog, and many
others. Then SHOK made a decision to change his path and seek a different kind
of success.
On His blog on myspace.com/theLostTruth under "Why Does SHOK Rap
About God" SHOK tells the gripping story of how he was at the top of the
recording industry as one of the most sought-after producers for Hip-Hop only
to leave after feeling empty inside with a vision that he could be doing some-
thing more meaningful with his life. While recording his CD the Lost Truth
SHOK was stripped of his home and vehicles but still pressed on to complete
the work that he believed in.
Fast forward two years with the thought provoking song WAKE UP starting
to bloom we see SHOK speaking at colleges and telling kids in high school not
to forget what's important. Michael "SHOK" Gomez tells kids and young adults a much different story than the one Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson tells
of get rich or die trying. SHOK just like the lyrics of his song ask kids to Wake Up and realize that money isn't everything and to get their lives
together by realizing what's important.
SHOK's sitigle and message are starting to catch on with WAKE UP being added to online stations, podcasts, and.radio stations both college
and commercial across the country. More opportunities for him to speak are opening up. GarageBand.com reviewers describe SHOK's music as
Linkin Park mixed with The Black Eyed Peas. With comments like "This Rap/Pop hybrid hits the mark where so many have failed, and it's a
refreshing success. I love the Rock guitars and the sing-song quality of lyrics" and "You first get into the music and then realize it has a message.
A few listens and you can start to appreciate that beyond the great rhythms and instrumental sections the lyrics are very positive and uplifting.
SHOK seems to be changing the face of Rap and Hip Hop. I would not judge the CD as a religious work as much as a series of stories that will
shine some light on your day to day life regardless of what your faith might be." We think that SHOK may be on to something.

Rap Listeners Prone To Alcohol, Drugs, Violence Study Raises

Questions About Alcohol Industry Marketing Through Hip Hop
BERKELEY, Calif., April 17 /PRNewswire/ --Young people who listen to rap and hip hop music are more likely to have problems with alco-
hol, drugs and violence than listeners of other types of music, a new study shows. The link to these problems raises serious questions about the
alcohol industry's use of rap and hip hop to market products, the study author said.
A survey of more than 1,000 community college students found that rap music was consistently associated with alcohol use, potential alcohol
use disorder, illicit drug use and aggressive behavior. Alcohol and illicit drug use were also associated with listening to techno and reggae. The
results were not affected by the respondents' gender or ethnicity. "People should be concerned about rap and hip hop being used to market alco-
holic beverages, given the alcohol, drug and aggression problems among listeners," said lead author Meng-Jinn Chen, Ph.D., a research scientist at
the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation's (PIRE) Prevention Research Center. "That's particularly true considering the popularity of rap
and hip hop among young people."
Rap and hip hop artists and music have been used in advertisements for malt liquor and other alcohol products, while the urban contemporary
music radio format, which features rap and hip hop, is regularly used for alcohol advertising.
The study, published in the May issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol, surveyed over 1,000 students aged 15 to 25. Students were asked
about their music listening habits, alcohol use, illicit drug use and aggressive behaviors -- such as getting into fights and attacking or threatening
others. Researchers emphasize that the survey results cannot determine whether listening to certain music genres leads to alcohol or illicit drug use
or aggressive behavior. But young people with tendencies to use alcohol or illicit drugs or to be aggressivemay be drawn to particular music styles.
"While we don't fully understand the relationship between music preferences and behavioral outcomes, our study shows that young people may
be influenced by frequent exposure to music lyrics that make positive references to substance abuse and violence," Meng-Jinn said.
Recent studies of popular music reveal that nearly half of rap/hip hop songs mentioned alcohol as compared to 10 percent or less of other pop-
ular genres. Nearly two-thirds of rap songs mentioned illicit drugs as compared with one-tenth of songs from other genres. Rap and rock music
videos depict violence twice as often as other music genres,
The PIRE study, entitled "Music, Substance Use and Aggression," also found that young people who listen to reggae and techno use more alco-
hol and illicit drugs than listeners of other music, with the exception of rap. Rap topped all other genres in association to alcohol and drug use and
aggression. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), which sponsors the PIRE Prevention Research Center, funded the
study. PIRE is a national nonprofit public health research institute with centers in seven cities.


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The Meninak Club To Present $25,000 In Scholarships
The Meninak Club will present a total of $25,000 in scholarships to five exceptional Jacksonville high school students during the,
Monday Meninak meeting, April 24, at the Wyndham Jacksonville Riverwalk Hotel. This is the 10th year that the Meninak Leadership:.
Grants have been awarded for a total of $250,000 to 50 high school students.
This year's five recipients are from Fletcher, Raines, Stanton, Paxon and Nease High Schools. "This unique scholarship recognizes:
leadership in Jacksonville's youth and encourages further educational development for potential leaders," Don Whalen, Scholarship-
Chair, said.
"Meninak has always been dedicated to our city's youth and education. The Meninak Bowl football game began in 1933 and lasted-
55 years with all proceeds going to scholarship funds and then the Brain Bowls continued the tradition. For the past 10 years, we have-
been fortunate to provide the Leadership Grant awards to worthy students through generous support of the Meninak Scholarship
Foundation funded by members of the club. This is an extension of our credo to bring help where none is available," Whalen- said.
The five recipients are selected after reviews based on leadership, financial need, academic potential and participation in the Youth.
Leadership Jacksonville Program. The grants are used to help the student attend an accredited four-year college or university of their
choosing.
Meninak is one of the oldest, largest, and most prestigious civic, clubs in North Florida. Consisting of many of the community's lead-
ing business, professional, and civic leaders, the Meninak Club is dedicated to serving the community through its numerous projects, with
specific emphasis on service to youth.


Music Production Crew 'The Narcotics' Have Created

String of Hits For Successful Artist Like LL Cool J, Teairra Mari

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2006 -- The New York based music production team known as "The Narcotics' have created an
overwhelming addiction to their music. Responsible for producing the street anthem released on the new LL Cool J album entitled "Todd
Smith"(which just dropped last week), these three gentlemen are on a natural high. The Narcotics have created a string of hits beginning-
w\ith Jay Z's artist Teairra Mari, producing the smash remix to her. hit single "Make
Her Feel Good" Featuring Kanye West and most recently the street anthem "What
You Want" by LL CoolJ featuring rapper Freeway. It is clear that everyone WANTS
The Narcotics.
What makes their music so addictive? "It's the groove....Within those grooves, we
try to evloke a different emotion every time the listener presses play," says Dre Knight,
one third of The Narcotics. Referred to as the "New NY Super Producers" by
Toronto's 93.5.Da Kid, the consumer's and listeners agree that the new single "Don't,-
Wanna Let U Go" by fresh sensation Jenna G is a smash receiving near 300 spins in
less than two weeks.
..- ". While the rumor is surfacing that singer Mya wants a Narcotics produced song on
her new album with Universal Records, its definitethat
you will be hearing their enchanting beats on the albums
Teairra Mari of new artists Keisha Chante (Sony) and Sizzla (Dame
Dash Music Group). Currently in the studio with singer
Carl Thomas and rappers OSolo (TVT), Stimuli
(Virgin) and Kingpin Slim, it's apparent that sooner ei h
or later everyone needs a hit.

About The Narcotics

The Narcotics are a group of three music pro-
ducers comprised of Dre Knight, KeytoLife and
Double .O Seven. Based out of Brooklyn, New
York, these producers are known for their catchy
hooks and beats and for their edgy street sound.
From R&B, hip hop and rap to reggae, if you are in Keisha Chante
Sizzla Carl Thomas "need of a "hit" the Narcotics is your team.
With street credibility, mainstream airplay and community admiration, the
Narcotics consider their music addictive, with the proof being in the movement of the listeners who become captivated and satisfied.


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Florida Star Celebrates 55th Anniversary At Suns Game;


Co-sponsors Jackie Robinson Night At Baseball Grounds


Jackie Robinson made Major League baseball debut at first base with the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15,1947. On the same date four years later, April 15, 1951, Eric O. Simpson
launched The Florida Star Newspaper. On Saturday, April 15, 2006, the staff and friends of The Florida Star celebrated The Florida Star's and Robinson's Anniversary. The
Florida Star, along with the Jacksonville Urban League, Swisher International and V101.5 sponsored Jackie Robinson Night at the Jacksonville Baseball Grounds. The night
was part of the promotions for the Jacksonville Suns vs Montgomery Biscuits baseball game. Suns players wore commemorative Brooklyn Dodgers #42 jerseys that were
auctioned off following the game. The first 3,000 fans received a free Brooklyn Dodger replica hat. Invited guests joined The Florida Star Publisher Clara McLaughlin and
staff in a skybox at the Baseball grounds to celebrate the momentous occasion. LEFT FRAME: Wearing Brooklyn Dodger hats from left, are The Florida Star's Ron Williams
(News Editorllmpact Sports), Clara McLaughlin (Editor/Publisher and Host of Impact radio show),' and Dan Evans (Sales DirectorlProducer of Impactl WCGL 1360 Am radio
,personality). LEFT FRAME: Shown here from left on the back row are former Negro League baseball players Art Hamilton, Clyde Golden, and Rev. Harold O. Hair. On the
front row from left are. V101.5 radio personality JoJo, Clara McLaughlin, City Councilwoman Glorious Johnson, and Peter Bragan, Jr., Jacksonville Suns President and 2003,
2005 Southern League Executive of the Year. (PHOTOS BY FRANK POWELL)


FEF Pays Churches And Community

Groups To Offer SAT Prepation Courses


If churches or communi-
ty groups can gather 15 or
more 7th to 12th graders
together, the Florida
Education Fund will pay
them to offer free SAT
Preparation \Courses to pre-
pare students for the June 3,
2006, SAT.
SThe Courses focus pri-
marily on test-taking strate-
gies that will prepare stu-
dents for the SAT, FCAT,
and other standardized tests.
The, Florida Education
Fund was established in
1984 as a not-for-profit cor-
poration with a statewide
mission to provide educa-
tional opportunities for
members of- historically
underrepresented groups.
The impact of the FEF's


innovative programs and
non-traditional approach to
enhancing educational out-
comes has been demonstrat-
ed across various education-
al levels that range from pre-
college to post-graduate.
If you would like to
ensure-that young people in
your congregation or com-
munity group have the
means to earn the best possi-
ble score on the SAT, please
complete the application
you will find at www.fefon-
line.org/cb, or contact FEF
Pre-College Program
Coordinator Rachael Nickie
by phone at, 813-272-2772
or via e-mail at
mickie@fefonline.org for
more information.
,Appl\ now to ensure stu-


dents are prepared
upcoming SAT on
2006.


for the
June 3,


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FOR READING
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Forums To Focus On Stopping The Violence


The community is invit-
ed to a one-day conference'
called "Stop the,
Violence...Start the Love"
from 8:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Friday, April. 28 at Florida
Community College of
Jackson% ille. DownTto\ n
Campus.
. A Religious Communit
Town Hall Reception w\ill be
held Thursday. April 27.


6:30 -p.m. at FCCJ
Downtown Campus.
The forum on April 28
features local and national
leaders \\ho will lead dis-
cussions on Gangs and
Violence Prevention: Drugs
And Their Side Affects:
Education: Church.
CommunitN and Police:
Housing: Corrections and


Prison Industrial
Complexes;, and
Employment
Events are open to the
public, but participation is
limited to the first 242 per-
sons making reservations.
Contact Isaiah Rumlin at
(904) 764-1753 or Richard
P. Burton, Sr. at (904) 786-
7883.


Celebrating
20 Years of Services
1986-2006
Harris Mortuary was started by Albert B. HarrisSr
1986 as family owned business and still remains
as such. Twenty years later, we are still in existence. I
We would like to thank God for His Love, Grace
and mercy and the Community of Jacksonville and
the surrounding area for their support We will remain
the Mortuary where services start and never end
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Staff

Mr.Marc Chenault, LFDIC
Mr. Eric Miller, LFD
Rev. James McDaniel
Mr. Larry Collins
Mr. Charles Baggs
Mr. William Mahammad
Miss Chandra Borden
Mr. Ernesto Brown


Business Address
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I want to respond to the advice you gave several weeks
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were wrong to suggest that she fight these kids. At no time
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As big as the kids are today, you can't tell if a girl is 18 or 35 and the boys are in
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won't help, then handle your business. Like a huge bear, a mother is not going to stand
and watch 3 high school girls attack her child without getting in the mix. Yes the fault
and actions of her daughter matter, but that is secondary when a physical attack is
already in progress.

Dear Deanna!
My brother's girlfriend introduced me to her cousin and we started dating. This was
okay until my mother and brother found out. They think he's crazy and don't want him
around my son or me. My boyfriend forgot to tell me about his drinking problem.
When he drinks, he gets crazy and tries to fight everybody. I love him and want my
brother and mother to accept him. How do I handle this situation?
Miss Green (Jacksonville, FL)

Dear Miss Green:
There's nothing worse than a drunk that gets stupid and wants to fight. Your moth-
er and brother are on the right path of waking you up. As a mother, you should set a
better example of leadership and safety for your son. You don't deserve to be disre-
spected and placed in a situation to choose sides with your family. Help your boyfriend
by suggesting alcoholics anonymous and make your decision based upon the results
of his treatment.

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On a daily basis, I have to deal with painful criticism from my spouse. I've done
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this issue before it wrecks my marriage?
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Your husband has his own set of issues but takes his frustration out on you. You
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Katrina's Children: A call to Action
In our new Children's Defense Fund report Katrina's Children: A Call to Conscience and
Action, CDF documents the crisis facing thousands of young people who survived the storm
only to still find themselves facing an uncertain future over seven months later.
We are letting them down. This is not a time for business as usual, compassion fatigue,
or moving on to the next "story of the day." This is also not a time for corrupt or self serv-
ing leadership political, corporate, educational, professional, or nonprofit that hurts chil-
dren and betrays public trust.
What kind of leaders ask poor children to sacrifice already inadequate child health and
mental health care, education, child care, Head Start, and after school programs to subsidize
S$1.9 trillion in tax cuts which mostly benefit the wealthiest and most powerful people and
special interests? What kind of citizens and people of faith permit this travesty?
If ever there was a time of irresponsible disregard for children and the poor and for jus-
tice for all, it is now. And if ever there was a clear case study for why our rich nation should
not dilly dally another moment to adopt a coherent national health and mental health system
for its people beginning this year with children it is Katrina's catastrophe, with children
and survivors of all ages scattered across our land, facing 50 state bureaucracies without
medical records. Some states like Texas actually have cut back child health coverage and
benefits for hundreds of thousands of children. Others, like Mississippi, have callously made
it harder rather than easier for children and families eligible for Medicaid and CHIP health
benefits to get them by reimposing face to face eligibility requirements and shorter eligibil-
ity time periods.
These costly and stressful bureaucratic obstacles will cause many poor people who lack
transportation and awareness of changed policies and are already living on the edge in
strange places to lose health and mental health care.
Current national political rhetoric and tax and budget choices tell us that the rich should
be pampered and the poor plundered. The $1.9 trillion in tax cuts, when fully in effect, will
give the richest one percent of all tax payers $57 billion each year.
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President Bush's 2007 military budget seeks $527.4 billion a year; $44 billion a month;
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The President's military budget includes more than $10.4 billion for Star Wars-the
unproved (and not yet operational) Missile Defense System. That is enough money to lift 2.6
million children from poverty every single poor child in four hurricane affected states:
Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Texas.
It is time for a new civil rights movement to reset America's moral and social compass
and to restore hope, stability and a sense of future to Katrina's children and all children in
our lost nation. Katrina's children face specific emergency mental health, health and educa-
tion needs right now, but they and all children need their families, communities and leaders
to ensure them a healthy and safe foundation in the early years and a chance to reach pro-
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They need families able to work at living wages with health care. They need good
schools. They need equitable, quality integrated systems of care that prepare them for the
future.
Katrina's children are America's opportunity once again to hear and heed God's call
to protect the poor, the orphan, the widow, and the vulnerable. Children are the transform-
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and deny health care to a single one of them? Dare we value one over another or hold babies
and children responsible for unwise adult choices over which children had no control?
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How will you use your voice, vote, and organizational, professional and personal time to
build the transforming movement our children need to live and learn and thriveand embrace
the future with hope?
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State Rep. Audrey Gibson Chosen To Participate ACC Announces Kicko

In 2006 Budget Conference Process For Championship Game
GREENSBORO, N.C. The Atlantic Coast Conlerence
announced today that the 2006 Dr Pepper ACC Football
As a sign of her effec- bers to be a part of a joint Justice, Education, Health announced today that the 2006 Dr Pepper ACC Football
..Chamnionshin game will kickoff at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday,


Audrey Gibson


tiveness in working in the
bipartisan Legislature, State
Representative Audrey
Gibson (D-Jacksonville)
was appointed by the House
Speaker to be a member of
the 2006 Budget Conference
Committee.
After the House and
Senate have each passed
separate budgets, leaders of
each chamber appoint mem-


conference committee.
Conference committee
are made up of appointed
House and Senate members
to attempt to resolve differ-
ences, between the House
and Senate budgets.
There Budget
Conference Committees on
every area of the budget,
including: Agriculture &
Environment, Criminal


and Human Services,
Judiciary, State
Administration, and
Transportation and
Economic Development.
"I am honored to be a
part of the budget confer-
ence process," said Rep.
Gibson. "This appointment
will allow me to fight for the
important priorities of my
constituents."


NAACP ACT SO-Holds Second


Annual ACT-SO Showcase


The Jacksonville
Chapter of the NAACP
ACT-SO Program will host
the second annual showcase
at Mt. Moriah Baptist
Church on Sunday, April 30,
at 6:00 p.m. The church is
located at 1953 W. 9th St.
Local high school stu-
dents will entertain the audi-
ence with a myriad of per-
formances.
The lobby will contain
displays of paintings, draw-
ings and photography creat-
ed by participants.
Categories of competi-
tion include Musical Vocal
and Instrumental (classical
and contemporary), Music
Composition, Dance, Poetry,
Original Essay, Dramatics;
Oratory, Painting and
Drawing, Photography, and
Sculpture.
This showcase is being
held as a fundraiser to honor
ACT-SO participants and
generate interest in the ACT-
SO program in
Jacksonville.


Admission is free and
open to the public.
However, donations will not
be denied.
This showcase is the pro-
grams' primary organized
fundraiser to allow the youth
to travel to the national com-
petition.
This year's competition
will be held July 12-1-6 in
Washington, D.C.
Competitors in this
year's competition are from
local area high schools.
An interest letter is sent
to all high schools in all area
counties to recruit any stu-
dent interested in compet-
ing.
Students must be of
African decent and citizens
of the United States. They
must be enrolled in grades 9-
12 and be an amateur in the
category of competition.
The students then com-
pete with their peers and
first, second and third place
winners are chosen at an
awards banquet.


Only first place winners
are awarded a bid to the
nationals, with second place
winners also traveling.
From the local competi-
tion, the first place winners
travel to a regional show-
case in Orlando, FL. There,
other Florida ACT-SO chap-
ters "showcase" their first
place winners.
The local chapter of the
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People (NAACP), the
nation's oldest and largest
civil rights organization, is
the sponsor of the 28th
Annual National ACT-SO
competition.
ACT-SO is an acronym
for Afro-Academic,
Cultural, Technological and
Scientific Olympics.
Through this competi-
tion, students in Duval and
surrounding counties, com-
pete locally and nationally
to receive medals and schol-
arship prizes. Scholarship
money exceeds thousands of


dollars.
There are five categories
of competition: Sciences,
Humanities, Performing
Arts, Visual Arts and
Business.
Under each of these cate-
gories are up to seven sub-
categories. Contestants can
enter in up to three overall
categories.
If a student wins locally
(receives a gold medal), she
or he has the opportunity to
attend nationals and com-
pete with students from
around the country for
recognition, awards and
scholarship prizes
The Jacksonville Branch
of the NAACP ACT-SO
Program has grown from 10
participants in the early
1990s to over 130 in 2005.
Since 1978, the local
program has participated in
both state showcases and
national competitions travel-
ing to Houston, TX; Miami
Beach, FL; and
Philadelphia, PA.


Much Ado About Books 2006 Includes Focus

On Black Authors And African American History


This year's
Sllth annual Much
W r Ado About Books
Literary festival
I A t includes a special
M ilSTHE I 0 emphasis on
African American
......... authors and topics.
From unmasking
the Klan to heroic
A fr i c an
Americans, a d\ ersie audience of bib-
liophiles will enjoy featured authors
and panel discussions exploring relat-
ed topics that include:
Joe Drape, "The Black Maestro:
The Epic Life of an American
Legend"; Stetson Kennedy, "The
Klan Unmasked"' Kristal Zook,
"Black Women's Lives: Stories of


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andd
Power"; Thelma Young,
"Stories My Foremothers
Told Me".
Craig Marberry, "Cuttin'
Up: the Wit and Wisdom of
Black Barber Shops"; Joan
Hecht, '"The Journey of the
Lost Boys"; Nlargo Jefferson,
"On Michael Jackson"; and
Kandi Harris, "Princess, the
Future Queen a Mother's
Guidance".
Selected, Author Panels
include:
Black Women's History:
Stories of Pain and Power
(Zook,Young).
Biography: Tapestry
Unraveled: Stories of Heroic
African Americans (Zook,
Drape).
Children: Of Pelicans and
Princesses (Harris, Keiser)
And From the Sports
Desk (Drape, MacGreggor,
St. John).
Biography (Jefferson,
S Standif6rd).


Oral Historians: Keepers of the Flame (Hecht, Marberry,
Young).
Among the other highlights for the fund-raiser benefiting,
the Jacksonville Public Library will be a lifetime achieve-
ment award presented to local author and human rights
activist Stetson Kennedy. Kennedy, born in Jacksonville,
spent most of his life crusading for human rights and fight-
ing the Jim Crow. laws.
Attendees at the free day-long event on May 13 at the
Hyatt Hotel will be able to interact with more than 40
authors. Young children will enjoy the festival's Children's
Chapte Attendees can also browse books and participate
in more than 25 free panel sessions with authors whowill be
.available for book signing.. Those wishing to attend the
event's luncheon, featuring New York Times best-selling
author James Patterson as the keynote speaker, may purchase
tickets for $35.
Much Ado About Books, Jacksonville's premier book
.festival, has been a cornerstone of the local literary scene for
10 years.


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December 2. The league's second annual football title game
will be played at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, and
for a second straight year the game will be televised nation-
ally by ABC.
A year ago, before 72,749 fans in the league's inaugural
title game, Florida State's Willie Reid returned a punt 83
yards for a touchdown and Drew Weatherford threw for 225
yards and one touchdown as the Seminoles claimed their
12th ACC title in 14 years with a 27-22 victory over Virginia
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LOVE THEM. PROTECT THEM. IMMUNIZE
THEIl-Iinminizations are the best way to protect your
children against many diseases. Make sure your child is
protected against 13 serious diseases by the age of two.
The week of April 22-29 s National Infant Immunization
Week. This a good opportunity to make sure your child is
up to date with his or her \accines. If you are not sure, ask
your child's doctor or nurse. If \ou don't have a health
care pro' ider. call the Dural County Health Department's
inmmunization Center at 924-1697.
FREE GUN LOCK GIVEAWAY-Project ChildSafe
SPCS begins its safety education tour on Tuesday. April
25. A Firearm Safert Education and Free Gun Lock
Gi\eawa \\ ill be held Friday. April 28-Sunday. April 30.
2006 112:00 p m.-600 p.m.) at Dick's Sporting Goods.
10390 Nlidto\\n Parkway mn Jacksonville. Participants
will have a chance to interact with their local law enforce-
ment and get a free gunlock along with educational
brochures, children's safety pledges, badges and book-
marks. Florida children are encouraged to take the PCS
Pledge. The signed pledge is meant to be presented to par-
ents by children to show their commitment to be safe
around fireanrs.
CELEBRITE EARTH DAY-The 36th anniversary of
Earth Day \\ill be held at Jacksonville Landing from 10:00
a.m.- 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. April 22. Activities include
an ecology fair, booths, environmental information, chil-
dren's activities, recycled craft projects, live music and
theater. Entertaiunent \rill be provided by the popular
triplet female sibling band. Triple Image, as well as
Showtime USA. a St. Augustine-based singing and danc-
ing troupe, and Radio 80. a rhythm and blues band.
URBAN EDUCATION SUMMIT-The Jacksonville
Alliance of Black School Educators IJABSEl, a branch of
the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE)
will hold its 5th Annual Urban Education Summit on
Saturday. April 22 from 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at William
Raines Senior High School. "Connecting the Dots in the
Jacksonville Community to Eliminate the Achievement
Gap" is the theme. All concerned parents, community
leaders, students and educators are inm ited to participate.
CAMP CUMMER-Immerse your child in art for one
week of learning and FUN! We will draw, paint, work
with clay, explore the galleries and gardens, create an edi-
tion of prints, enjoy music and so much more! Five, one-
week sessions are offered. You may sign your child up for
one session only. Full payment is required for registration
and is non-refundable. Space is limited do not delay your
registration! The program is in operation Monday through
Friday. 9:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m.; Ages: Children entering
grades 1 through 6.
Session I: June 5 9 Session IV: June 26 30
Session II: June 12 16 Session V: July 10- 14
Session III: June 19 23
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 by Regina
Taylor. Twelve weekend performances will take place in
the Ezekiel Bryant Auditorium (FCCJ North Campus)
starting Friday. April 28 and ending May 14. Sho\ 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 wwwv.stageaurora.org or by calling the box office
at 765-7373.
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 LibraryI 13th and Myrtle
Avenue. All interested person should anend or call Eula
Mayes 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. will 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
w ill also be fun and games for the children, free food and
several chances to \in 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 1904 924-1 570.
ANNIVERSARY RECITAL-Adrienne's Dance & Baton
Company. Jacksonville's oldest African Amencan owned
dance school, will celebrate its 15th Anniversary Receital
on Saturday., April 23 at the Times-Union Center for
Performing Arts The pre-show begins at 4:45 p.m.


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NFL Teams Ready
For 2006 Draft
The 2006 NFL Draft
will be held April 29-30, at
Radio City Music Hall, New
York. On Saturday, April 29
Rounds 1-3 will air 11:00
a.m.-6:00 p.m. on ESPN,
and 6:00 p.m. until conclu-
sion on ESPN2; 11 a.m.
until conclusion on NFL
Network. On Sunday,
Rounds 4-7 air 10:00 a.m.-
noon on ESPN, noon until
conclusion on ESPN2;
noon-3:00 p.m. and 6:00-
7:00 p.m., NFL Network
The Top 5 picks are:
1 Matt Leinart, USC, 6-5, 223,
4.90. The 2004 Heisman winner
was 37-2 in three seasons as the
starter.
2 Vince Young, Texas, 6-5,
228, 4.58. He was 30-2 in his
career at Texas, the best in school
history.
3 Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt, 6-3,
226, 4.77. He was 11-34 in his
career.
4. Brodie Croyle, Alabama, 6-
3, 205, 4.88. He played in 37
games, leaving as career leader in
pass completions, yards passing
and TD passes.
5 Kellen Clemens, Oregon, 6-
2, 222, 4.78. He threw for 2,406
yards and 19 touchdowns before
breaking his ankle in late October.

Rooms Ot Duke
Lacrosse Players
Searched By Police

DURHAM, N.C. Police
searched the dorm rooms of
two Duke University
lacrosse players after the
two were arrested on
charges of raping and kid-
napping an exotic dancer
during an off-campus team
party.
District Attorney Mike
Nifong said Tuesday he also
hoped to link a third man to
the alleged attack soon, but
he said that person had not
been "identified with cer-
tainty.
The accuser, a 27-year-
old student at North carolina'
Central university, told
police she was attacked by
three white men at a house
where she and another
woman were hired to dance
at a party of lacrosse' team
members the night of March
13.
Two team members--
Reade Seligmann, a sopho-
more from Essex Fells, N.J.,
and Collin Finnerty, a soph-
omore from Garden City,
N.Y. --were arrested early
Tuesday. Each posted
$400,000 bond and was
released within hours.


Suns Beat Biscuits On Jackie Robinson Night;


Lost One To Mudcats On The Road


The Jacksonville Suns and Montgomery Biscuits stand at attention for the National
Anthem at the start of their Southern League game on April 15. PHOTO BY FRANK POWELL


Jacksonville City Councilwoman Glorious Johnson
poses with former Negro League players on Jackie
Robinson Night Saturday, April 15 at the Jacksonville
Baseball Grounds. From left are Clyde Golden
(Homestead Greys), Rev. Harold "Buster" Hair
(Birmingham Black Barens and Kansas City Monarchs),
and Art Hamilton (Indianapolis Clowns and Detroit
Stars). The former players, who reside in Jacksonville
and attend Jacksonville Suns games, joined
Councilwoman Johnson in helping The Florida Star cel-
ebrate its 55th Anniversary at the stadium. PHOTO BY FRANK
POWELL


Craig Brazell hit a grand
slam in the first inning and
the Suns went on to a 7-3
win over the Biscuits during
Jackie Robinson Night on
Saturday in Jacksonville.
Chin-Lung Hu, Tony
Abreu and Matt Kemp had
consecutive singles before
Chris Finn (0-1) struck out
Adam LaRoche. Brazell fol-
lowed by launching a pitch
over the right-center field
fence for his first homer of
the season. Brazell went 2-
for-4.
Hu went 4-for-5 as
Jacksonville (5-5) rapped 14
hits and won its third
straight game. Kemp was 3-
for-5 with a triple and two
RBIs and Abreu finished 3-
for-5 with an RBI.
Spike Lundberg (1-0)
was staked to the early lead,
pitching 5 1/3 innings to
pick up the victory. He
Sallowed one run on five hits,
walked three and struck out
five. Greg Miller pitched the
final two innings to pick up
his first save of the season.
SElliot Johnson smacked a


three-run homer in the sixth
for the Biscuits (6-4), who
lost their third straight game.
He was 2-for-5.
Finn, making his second
start of the season, allowed
six runs on 10 hits in 4 1/3
innings
A third inning Matt
Kemp homerun was not
enough for the Jacksonville
Suns (6-7) as the Carolina
Mudcats (6-7) scored single
runs in the fourth, seventh
and eighth innings to.defeat
Jacksonville in comeback
fashion 3-2 in Zebulon, NC
on Tuesday, April 18.
The Kemp homerun, his
first of the season, came
with pitcher Heath Totten on
base for Jacksonville. The
ball soared over the center-
field wall to open up a 2-0
Suns lead in the third.
Carolina began chipping
away at the lead as B.J.
Garbe drove. in Lee Mitchell
with a single in the fourth
inning to make it 2-1.
Garbe again struck a tir-
ing starter Heath Totten as
he led off the seventh inning


with a solo homerun to left
field, tying the game at two.
The Mudcats then drove.
in the deciding run in the
eighth off of reliever Jose
Diaz, as Jose Campusano
lifted a single to right field
to score Kevin Randel, mak-
ing it a 3-2 game.
Both starters went seven
innings, but neither ended
up with a decision.
Carolina's James Russ
struck out ten Jacksonville
batters including 7 in a row
at one point.
Carolina reliever Scott
Tyler picked up the win as
Diaz fell in defeat for the


Suns. Matt Yourkin saved
the game with a perfect
ninth inning.
The Suns return to the
Baseball Grounds this week-
end to host division rival
Birmingham Barons in a
five-game set.
On Friday, April 21 the
Suns celebrate Family Faith
Night. Church groups will
receive a special discount
rate to enjoy the Suns game
followed by a faith-based
concert featuring national
recording artist BarlowGirl,
sponsored by The Promise.
BarlowGirl is an all-girl
band made up of three sis-


ters who have a passion to
write songs about the'jour-
ney that God has taken them
on in their lives.
This special concert will
follow NAPA Friday Family
Fireworks.
Mayo Clinic night is
scheduled for Saturday with
a special appearance by
BirdZerk!
This crazy performer has
been entertaining crowds at
Suns games for years and his
act is always fresh and-excit-
ing! BirdZerk's appearance
is sponsored by the Mayo
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'The Brown Bomber' Joe Louis Honored

ulg all a n !r ARLINGTON, Va. With the laying of a wreath and
R e. the sound of taps, Joe Louis was remembered at Arlington
SNational Cemetery on Wednesday on the 25th anniver-
i i sary of the boxing great's death.
II: I Family and friends gathered at Louis' grave, beneath
S the long branches of a splendid oak tree not far from the
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. "The Brown Bomber," the
nickname, etched on his tombstone, was remembered as a
t ; black sports hero who transcended the divisions of race in
the segregated 1930s and 1940s.
S"Joe Louis challenged the conscience of the country,"
i '-- Louis' son, Joe Louis Barrow Jr., told the gathering. "You
Couldn't have it both ways. You couldn't put Joe Louis on
a pedestal and admire him as the heavyweight champion
of the world and yet not allow him and his people to eat
Joe Lewis where they wanted to eat, live where they wanted to live,
and be educated where they needed to be educated."
Louis was'heavyweight champion from 1937 to 1949. His most memorable victory came
on June 22, 1938, when he avenged a loss to Germany's Max Schmeling with a first-round
knockout at Yankee Stadium, a blow to Adolf Hitler's campaign for Aryan supremacy.
Louis also served in the Army during World War II, achieving the rank of staff sergeant.
He did not meet.the requirements for burial at Arlington when he died at 66 in 1981, but
President Reagan honored the request of Louis' widow and granted a waiver.
The cemetery's superintendent, John Metzler, said Louis' grave continues to attract many
visitors. An image of Louis, wearing boxing shorts and gloves, is engraved on the stone.
Barrow said he has been working with filmmaker Spike Lee on a movie about his father.
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guilt in a court of law". Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports are a
matter of public record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the conm-
munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.
BOY FRIEND/GIRL FRIEND DISPUTE--An officer was
dispatched to a battery in progress on
Westmar Road. The additional information advised that the
suspect had just left on foot wearing a white shirt, blue pants
and tan boots,
When the officer turned south on Monaco Drive, he saw a
black male wearing a white shirt and blue pants who was on
the side of the road and quickly ducked behind houses located
in the 10600 block of Monaco Dr. The officer turned west on
DePaul (1000 block) and saw the suspect walking north across
the road. He saw that he further matched the description of the
suspect because he was wearing tan boots. The suspect went
across the street and continued his flight north between some
houses. The officer issued loud verbal commands for the sus-
pect to stop. The suspect complied and was taken into custody.
The victim reported-that she and the suspect have been living
together as a couple for about a month. They had the dispute
because the suspect wanted her to give him some money.
When she refused, he struck her numerous times in the face
with his hands. She said after that, she complied to his
demands and gave him two dollars. She then called the police
and the suspect fled. The victim further reported that the sus-
pect had also taken her bank card from her purse before he fled.
The officer located the bank card in the suspect's pocket and
returned it to the victim.
The victim was transported to Shands Hospital for observation
and because she is a dialysis patient who had not been to treat-
ment recently, her blood pressure was high.
Once the victim was gone a search of the suspect continued
and the two dollars was found. The suspect then said she had
hit him first but he did not want her to go to jail. He later said
he was wrong in the way he had treated her. The victim's eyes
were swollen. The suspect was read his rights and taken to jail.


Third-Grader Takes

Teacher's Van For Ride

MODESTO, Calif. An 8-year-old boy swiped his
teacher's car keys and took her minivan for a joyride, cruis-
ing safely home and into the record books as the city's
youngest auto thief, police said.
The third-grader told officers he "just wanted to drive
around for a while" when he left the James Marshall School
on Monday, officer Michael Amarillas said.
The diminutive driver snatched the keys from teacher
Caren Brady's purse when she turned her back to the class.
In order to operate the Dodge Caravan, he raised the driver's
seat, lowered the steering wheel, adjusted the rearview mir-
ror and turned off the radio.
"This is the smallest child you. can ever imagine," said
Brady, who noticed her vehicle missing a couple hours after
school. "I don't think this kid is 4 feet tall. He's tiny, he's the
tiniest kid in the class."
i The boy, whose identity \was not released, was suspend-
ed from school, Brady said. Nothing was damaged and no
one was hurt and police said they wouldn't charge him with
a crime.


Man Pleads No Contest

Over Showerhead

APPLETON, Wis. A man .accused of forcing a remov-
able showerhead into his girlfriend's mouth and turning on
the water pleaded no contest Vednesday to charges of false
imprisonment and disorderly conduct.
As part of a plea'agreement, a judge dismissed two felony
charges of first-degree reckless endangerment and substan-
tial battery against Delvin L. Debruin, 47, of Appleton.
Outagamie County Circuit Judge John Des Jardins sched-
uled sentencing for May 30. Prosecutors said they will seek
a prison term of;four years plus four years extended supervi-
sion.
'The girlfriend had spent the night at Debruin's home in
January but decided to leave around 5 a.m. because Debruin
was acting strangely, according to the criminal complaint.
Before the 39-year-old Appleton woman could leave,
Debruin dragged her into the bathroom shower and punched
her in the face, the complaint said.
He then removed the showerhead, turned on the water
and jammed the nozzle into her mouth until water came out
Sof her nostrils, according to the complaint.
He released her but grabbed her hand, squeezing it. until
it cracked, the complaint said. The woman managed to leave
the home and received treatment for a broken hand.


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Aries (March 21 -
April 19) April 17 th -
April 23 th, 2006

You'll get
along just fine
with an old
romantic interest at the
beginning of this week. The
joy of communication and
your ability to express your-
self is found in the first ener-
gies of the week. As the
week progresses you may
start an inner quest to under-
stand if you are really help-
ing or hindering others. You
may feel put upon and want
some relief or help.
Romance is more earthy at
this time with Venus in
Capricorn and you may
want to relate to others in a
caring sense of service. This
week is a good time for a
medial check-up.
Rendezvousing with a lover
at a favorite spot is appeal-
ing so consider making
arrangements for a weekend
getaway. This week lucky.
numbers are: 6, 10, 16, 24,
28.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21) From the deep
rumblings of the earth, the
power is coming this week
D to lead you to a
more centered
state of being.
Make every effort
to open up to your potential
as a mate and as a friend.
You feel yourself drawn into
those final moments of let-
ting go of a situation and
consider carefully what your
role is going to be in your
career. Home versus work
come into mind as you make
some important choices.
Romance has a deeper
expression. You will have
many commitments to meet
but you will also want to go
out and have some fun, Meet
your highest priorities then
save the rest for another day
if your reputation won't suf-
fer! This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 4, 26, 32, 34.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) All
work and no play
made Jack a poor
boy. The only
good poor-boy is a sandwich
in New Orleans so making
efforts to increase income
and one's contentment with
work is the focus of the
energy. You may feel that
others are not appreciating
your efforts or not being as
supportive as they could be.
If you want to achieve a cer-
tain goal, set a reasonable
time limit, and then break
down the task into manage-
able steps. This will keep
you motivated and focused.
Romantic notions come to
face some harsh realities as
you ask -- is it love or is it
convenience? This week
lucky numilbers are:6, 12, 20,
26, 32?,.
Cancer June 21- July
.22) The middle of the week
will bring
answers concern-
;, ing your security
Sand your feelings
about, love. You, may feel'
that you need to discuss your
own inner values with a
close friend or loved one.
You have the power of com-
munication on .your side
early in the week. Make an
effort to look into education-


al opportunities and perhaps
job enhancement or job
training. You have a special'
connection that is becoming
more honest as the days
pass. This week lucky num-
bers are: 4, 12, 16, 18, 24.


Leo (July 23 August
22) Love what
you value and
value what you
love is the mes-
sage for you this week. You
may find yourself looking
for love in all the wrong
places only to find that there
is no place like home. It is
time to leave OZ and go
home to the comforts that
you knew when you were
younger. An attachment
becomes more of a burden
than an asset as you are
forced to make some choic-
es.. This week lucky num-
bers are: 20, 28, 32, 38, 40.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)The move-
Sment of Jupiter
.through your sign
must be difficult
and you may find
that middle of next week
you face some hard choices.
The need for comfort is
understandable but the
denial of self is not. a good
solution to finding joy.
Make an effort to do some-
thing nice for yourself at this
time. The rules of life some-
times have to be broken. Put
yourself first and others will
relate. This week lucky
numbers are: 8, 14, 38, 44,
48.
Libra (September 23
- October 23)
The hidden forces
at work right now
are very powerful.
You may think
that there is an angel on your
shoulder as it seems that
what was once negative is
turning into a positive expe-
rience. Work becomes more
interesting as you start to
appropriately set some
boundaries .for those folks
who have been taking
advantage of your good
nature. Charm will take you
far this week but attention to
detail will make the differ-
ence. This week lucky num-
bers are: 6, 10, 24, 30, 34.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21)The first
of the week demonstrates
some tense moments but as
the week pro-
gresses you will
feel more in con-
trol and in the
center of the reality that
makes you more content.
The love and concern of
friends can touch you deeply
at this time. Open up and
share with a trusted compan-
ion or friend your deep
desire to make changes and
believe that you will achieve
your goals. This week lucky
numbers are: 16, 20, 22, 26,
68.
S a gittari us
(November 22 -
December 21) Little
things mean a lot m
this week. Youl I
can share your
needs and wants L
with another. Health con-
cerns need to be addressed
and if you are considering a
visit for a check-up the ener-
gy is good at this time for
positive results. A choice of
a good nutritionist or new
exercise plan will improve
your outlook and your world
an hundred percent.
Ca p r i c o r n
(December 22 January
19) The power lifts you to


higher levels this
week. New
endeavors in your
health and well-
ness are successful. You will
want to better both your
employment situation and
your financesAnalyze your
I,


talents and skills critically to
come up with the best ways
to improve your chances of
getting ahead. You make
that great mind-body con-
nection that gets you back
into the groove of life. This
week lucky numbers are: 12,
28, 30, 42, 60..
Aquarius (January
20 -The movement of ener-
gy into Sagittarius
gives you a new
opportunity to -
face some rela-
tionship issues. You may
feel that decision time is
here but are not quite sure
what your decision should
be. Since your intuition is
working overtime follow
your heart when deciding
about a new partnership, or
legal affair. Contracts ,will
go in your favor but watch
for sudden flares of energy
in your work environment.
Stay in control and you will
rule the week. Don't rely on
intuition alone to help you
resolve a domestic versus
career responsibility issue. It
is very important to use your
analytical skills both ration-
ally and intuitively for the
best results. This week lucky
numbers are: 4, 8, 10, 14,
16.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20) Friends and
business associates out of '
the past may resurface dur-


ing this period.
Your intuition is
very good and
will serve you,.
well. Don't hesitate to speak -
about it. Your creative talent "
is highlighted and generates .
productive results..
Communications and con- -
tracts are favored. This .
week lucky numbers are: 6,
26, 32, 48, 50.



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KeKe Palmer: Oscar Worthy In Akeelah and The Bee
Photos 2006 by Andre' B. Murray/www.bernagency.photoreflect.com


By Ryc h McCain
Yes, you read it right!
Rych McCain will go on
record as saying 12 year
old KeKe Palmer should
make Hollywood histo-
ry for her lead role por-
traying Akeelah
Anderson in the
LionsGate Films movie
Akeelah and the Bee.
Not only would this
make her the youngest
black actress in history
to be nominated for the
Best Lead Actress Oscar
in a motion picture for
next spring's Academy
Awards, but she would
also be the youngest
Best Actress Nominee-
ever, regardless of race!
Tattun O'Neal is the
youngest Oscar winner
in history. At just ten
years old, she received
the coveted statue in
April of 1974 for her
role as Addie Loggins in
the 1973 Paramount
Pictures film, Paper
Moon. Her role was
unusual for someone her
age because she was ,an
screen for nearly all of
the film's running time.
Young Palmer is basi-
cally paralleling the
same position. She is in
every scene but one in
and carries' the entire


movie.
Palmer also has the
distinction of earning an
NAACP Image Award
nomination for Best
Actress in a Movie Made
for Television, as well as
a Screen Actors Guild
Nomination in the Best
Leading Actress category
for her amazing perform-
ance in Wool Cap oppo-
site William H. Macy.
She was only ten when
she filmed it and is the
youngest actor ever, to be
nominated by the guild in
a lead actor category.
That's something to tell
the captain considering
that she was up against
Charlize Theron, Hilary
Swank, Glen Close and
Patricia Heaton for the
award.
Palmer appeared in
Tyler Perry's smash hit
Madea s Family Reunion
as Kikki the misfit juve-
nile who is ordered by the
court to live with Madea'
as a foster child. With
two high profile films out
within months of each
other this year, Palmer is
red hot right now.
Considering that she's
has only completed just
two years in the business,
Palmer has already made
Akeelah cont'd on D-5!


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By Rych McCain

Our prayers and good
wishes go out to the fami-
ly, friends and fans of the
late June Pointer of the
famed Pointer Sisters
vocal group who made her
transition to our ancestors
on last week reportedly
from a stroke. Our prayers
and thoughts of comfort
also extend to the family,
clients and friends of the
late stage clothing design-


ing great, Billy Frank
Whitten, who made his
transition to our ancestors
last week as well, after suc-
cumbing to Lymphoma at
age 62. Whitten's most
famous creation was
Michael Jackson's lone
glove. He served as Neil
Diamond's personal
designer and stylist for over
30 years. Whitten's stage
creations were worn by the
who's who of show busi-
ness.


Finally, a memorial
concert benefit was given
for the late vocalist Pretty
Terry, whom we reported in
our last column, was shot in
the face and his body was
left burning on the side
walk in Inglewood,
California the other week.
The Henry Ford
Theater/Music Box
Auditorium in Hollywood
saw a full house and
enjoyed the horn band
sounds of Pretty Terry's


group, The Polyester
Players, who put on a 70's
style funk sho\v that had
the crowd jamin'. "Lady
T," i.e., Teena Marie fol-
lowed with a set that
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high octane gas on a fire
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Charlie Wilson: The Gap Band, Cocaine,

His Wife, and His Music
By. Solomohn "Piebald" Ennis, inum many times. Their eclectic
Special to the NNPA from the sound attracted heavy-hitters in the
Windy City Word industry and they began touring
with all-time best selling artists.
Chicago, IL Really, the Gap Their ability to hang with the big
Band are members of the primacy boys of Rock & Roll has earned
of R&B/Funk innovators. Three them the title the Black
black men out of Tulsa, OK took us Aerosmith. Their innovative style
by storm they knocked us out! has become ingrained in the music
We have loved their music, their industry. So much so that, over 150
modernism, and their lyrics for artists have sampled their funky
years. C'mon, their songs's hooks music.
have become a hip part of our ver- Money, fame, and a devil-may-
nacular. Oops Upside Your care attitude, can sometimes lead to
Head,("I Don't Believe You Want big trouble. For Charlie Wilson, it
to Get up and Dance,") and "You led the once choirboy, and church
Dropped a Bomb on Me." band member to a life festering
Charlie Wilson, and his brothers with loose women, a steady stream
Ronnie and Robert. formed what of alcohol, and hardcore drugs.
was originally the Greenwood, Wilson and his brothers came of
Archer, and Pine Streets Band; age in their father's Pentecostal
their derivational name represented church, however, their gift for pro-
the Black business district in Tulsa, during cutting edge R&B music
OK. The young artists soon found took them far from home, and their
out that printing such a long name attractiveness, youth, and talent
required too much space, so they landed them in circles of people
were forced to decrease the amount who sought to be filled with more
of letters. That reality coupled with than the Holy Spirit.
a typographical error resulted in Although, each Wilson brother
fertile soil for their new name: has had his difficulty; Charlie
GAP Band, to take hold as securely Wilson, eventually found himself
as the Oklahoma Rose. on a path that was leading straight
Their early years were spent to a shameful and certain death. His
touring all over Oklahoma per- life had come undone, and conse-
forming in country clubs, country quently he had no other choice than
saloons, juke joints, supper clubs to acquire professional help to
you name it, chances are they did it. loose him from the life that had him
They were a hard-working, young, bound to misery.
energetic group and all were mere It's fair to say, that she dropped
teenagers when they started, the bomb on the brick wall that had
teenagers with matchless, mar- become Charlie Wilson's life. He
velous talents. Their study and admits to having been a stone cold
.mastery of instruments span the drug addict, parties, and ladies man
spectrum; the Wilson brothers are who had lost it all. Wilson has said,
meritoriously learned in the per- "I wasted 12-14 years smoking
formance of percussion, brass, and cocaine." He's been homeless,
string instruments, penniless, and in the eyes of some
For those who go way back in the music industry, worthless:
with the Gap Band, their earliest Quincy Jones has stated that the.
remembrance of their genius is the horrible thing about cocaine is that
"snazzy juke tune," "Shake." it steals your soul; and, that is
Although "Shake" was not their exactly what happened to Charlie
debut, it was their first chart-topper, Wilson, cocaine stole the soul that
ranking at number four on the was his music, and took him to the
national R&B chart. "Shake" is brink of total disaster.
definitely the Gap Band's space- We know the scene from Mo'
ship, so to speak, that they used to Better Blues: Bleeke Gilliam
rise to stardom. (Denzel Washington) walks to
And, as the saying goes, when it Indigo Downes's (Joie Lee) house
rains it pours, their first hit lead to in the rain, and in a moment of
many more. Four of the Gap truth, vulnerability, and acceptance
Band's nine albums have gone plat- Gilliam asks Downes to save his


life, to save him from the. streets,
himself, and nothingness. She
accepts, and gives him the world -
unconditional love, matrimony, and
a higher-level of manhood. Gilliam
and Downes's story was told from
beginning to end in 130 minutes.
However, Wilson's life is no
Spike Lee Joint, his is a very real
and harrowing experience that was
complicated by a perilous bout
with that ol' white devil cocaine
(the real white devil.) His fierce
addiction lasted more than a
decade.
To date, he's been clean and
sober for eleven years, a sobriety
that he attributes largely .to God,
Dr. Mahin Wilson (his wife,) and
the 12-step program. Wilson says
of his. wife, "I didn't have anything,
nothing! I was in rehab. Then she
came. She told me she wouldn't let
my feet hit the ground. I didn't
even know her, she bought me a
-house, and furnished it. I didn't
even know who she was.
I knew she was a doctor, but I
didn't know her. I even tried to get
away from her, but she wouldn't let
me go. ...She stayed with me


[
.. a .. -


through it all. And, that's why I call her
my walking rehab."
Wilson went on to say that after two
years of pure resistance, her love and
persistence finally won him over, and
he married her. When Charlie Wilson
talks about his wife Mahin and how her
love saved his life, one can't help but
understand Gladys when she sings: "If
anyone should ever write my life
story/For whatever reason there might
be/Oh, you'll be there between each
line of pain and glory'/Cause you're the
best thing that ever happened to me."
Wilson still performs with his
brothers, when time permits. He
informed me that his oldest brother,
Ronnie Wilson is an evangelist and
ministers at revivals and churches.


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Akeelah continued from D-1
Hollywood history, and is
only just beginning her
acting career. What a tes-
timony to her exception-
ally remarkable, genius
talent.
In Akeelah and the
Bee, Palmer is in great
genius company in the
persons of Angela Bassett
and Lawrence Fishburne,
both Oscar nominees
themselves. What was her
initial reaction upon
meeting them on the set?
Palmer smiles, "It was
fun. At first you're like
really nervous but when I
met them, they were reg-
ular people. They were so
nice to me and I had so
much fun doing the
movie with them."
Does Palmer's person-
ality in real life have any
similarities to her on


screen character
Akeelah? "I'm smart and
I'm not really shy. I'm
more like Georgia her
best friend. Toward the
end of the film she starts
getting to where I am
now. She's confident in
herself and she believes
that she can overcome.
My parents have always
told me just believe in
yourself. I grew up in
church, so I've always
had that confidence. So
I'm not that much like
Akeelah."
Is acting something
Palmer wants to do more
of? She lights up, "Yeah, I
want to keep doing acting
but I just like entertaining
whether it's singing,
dancing or acting, I like
doing them all." Having
signed a recording con-
tract with Atlantic
Records to be an


R&B/hip-hop artist,
Palmer will get her
chance to do it all. Her
single entitled, "All My
Girlz," off of the
"Akeelah and The Bee"
soundtrack, co-written by
her sister, Loreal Palmer,
Ericka Dymaskus and the
musical production team,
The Movement, is cur-
rently available in
Starbucks Stores.
Starbucks chose
Akeelah and the Bee over
100 other films to pro-
mote in their 5,500 stores
nationwide in the U.S.,
because they said, "It is
San uplifting film, a must
see for all families,"
which is a first for them.
Even though she is only
twelve, make no mistake,
KeKe Palmer has
arrived!


Scenes from Akeelah and the Bee


Angela Bassett and Laurence
Photos: Saeed Adyani


i-snDurne also star in the movie.


T A


HIGHLIGHTS
WEEK OF 04/22/06


TV One
(Jacksonville Comcast
Channel 160)
Weekdays
9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Showtime at'the
Apollo"
5 p.m. 7 p.m., "227" &
"Amen" block
7 p.m., "Good Times"
7:30 p.m. & 10 p.m.,
"Martin"
Wednesday
8:30 p.m. $ingletary $ays
- "$ingletary $ays" shows
everybody how they can
"live- rich" in an entertain-
ing, humorous, and inci-
sive manner. featuring
best-selling author, syndi-
cated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary.
Saturday
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit with
Donna Richardson Joyner,


www.donnarichardson.co
m
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
*Sat. 4/12, 1:00 p.m. As
the Black World Turns" -
TV One's soap opera
weekend kicks off
Saturday, April 22nd at
1pm with "As the Black
World Turns" an all-day
marathon of the most dra-
matic two-part episodes
from your favorite TV One
comedies.
Will J.J. die from gunshot
wounds on "Good Times?"
Who killed the neighbor-
hood drug dealer on
"Roc?" Will Ruben marry
another woman on
"Amen?" Find out as TV
One blends the genres of


comedy and daytime
drama.
Featuring some of the
most unforgettable sitcom
cliffhangers and conclu-
sions from "Martin",
"Amen", "Roc", and
"Good Times" this
marathon is sure to keep
you glued to your seat all
day long.
*Sat. 4/15, 3:00 p.m. -
Truck Turner Movie
(1974) with Isaac Hayes,
Yaphet Kotto, Nichelle
Nichols, Annazette Chase.
Truck is a bounty hunter
who gets a job to track
down a guy named Gator.
When he and his partner
find him, a chase ensues
and Gator is killed. This
makes Gator's woman,
Dorinda, very angry and
she puts a hit on Truck.
The man who agrees to kill
Truck is named Blue. The
question is whether Truck
can survive with Blue and
his gang on his trail.
*Sun. 4/23, 10:00 p.m.


"Black Don't Crack: The
Cosmetic Surgery Debate"
- Documentary examining
the patients, doctors and
issues in the world of plas-
tic surgery among African
Americans.

Black Family Channel
Daily
Monday Saturday, 5 a.m.
- 8 a.m. & Sunday 5 a.m. -
3 p.m., "M-Power
Ministry" Your daily dose
of power and praise. Some
of the world's most
dynamic ministers bring
forth the word with bold-
ness including Heritage
Christian Center Pastors
James & Teressa White of
Jacksonville.
Weekdays
8:00 p.m., "Inside
Hollywood"
9:00 p.m., "BFC All
Access"
9:3.0 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 band
grammar skills to the test.

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


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5 p.m., "Rap City"
11 p.m, "In Living Color"
Monday-Friday 6 p.m &
Saturday 3 p.m. 4 p.m.,
"106 & Park"
Tuesday & Fridays, 10
p.m., "Comic View" -
BET's primetime comedy
hit flips the script.
side-splitting blasts from
the past mixed in .with
some of today's funniest
jokesters.
Thursday, 9 p.m.,
"College Hill"
Friday, 12:30 p.m.,
"BET.com" Countdown.
the videos that YOU voted
for!*Sat. 4/1, 7:30 p.m. -
"Lil' Kim: Countdown to
Lockdown" Lil' Kim


hates the new footage she
reshot for her music video;
Moe turns herself into
prison.
*Sat. 4/1, 11:00 p.m. -
Baby Boy (2001) A mis-
guided 20-year-old juggles
various women while deal-
ing with two children and
his -mother's new
boyfriend. Starring Tyrese
Gibson, Omar Gooding,
A.J. Johnson, Taraji
Henson, Taraji P. Henson,
Calvin 'Snoop Dogg'
Dogg, Tamara LeSeon
Bass, Ving Rhames.
Directored by John
Singleton. 2001..
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Comic Dave Chappelle
discusses his decision to
walk away from his popu-
lar TV series.
*Sun. 4/2, 1:00 p.m. A
Piece of the Action (1977)
- Two con men are per-
suaded by a retired police-
man to volunteer their
services to a ghetto youth
center. Starring Sidney
Poitier, Bill Cosby, James
Earl Jones, Denise
Nicholas, Denise
Nicholas-Hill, Hope
Clarke, Tracy Reed, Tito
Vandis, Frances Foster,
Jason Evers, Marc
Lawrence, Ja'Net DuBois.
Directored by Sidney
Poitier.


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Whassup continuedfirom D-1
brought the house down as
she always does.
Select raw.talent from
30 separate LA Crip and
Blood gangs squared off in
a street battle stand off
recently but with micro-
phones instead of guns for
the new two-CD compila-
tion produced by Reputable
Records' Robert W. Lewis
III and veteran music exec-
utive Charles "Big Chuck"
Stanton. The project is
titled REP YO SET and was
created to provide a posi-
tive outlet to channel and
redirect negative energy
through music.
-Akeelah and The Bee
. *. .


(Lionsgate Films) stars
Laurence Fishburne,
Angela Bassett, KeKe
Palmer, Sahara Garey, Sean
Michael Afable, JR
Villarreal, Dalia Phillips
and Curtis Armstrong. It
was written and Directed
by Doug Atchison. pro-
duced by Nancy_ Hult
Ganis, Sid Ganis, Laurence
Fishburne, Michael
Romersa and Danny
Llewelyn.
The black community
screams about having posi-
tive images and storylines
about themselves, well this
film comes pretty close to
fulfilling that demand. This
film will uplift, motivate
and inspire students of all


races and nationalities. It discovered by her teacher,
should even help dispel the Ms. Cross (Phillips), she
notion that academics, initially rejects the thought
studying hard, earning high of entering a school
grades and being a so- spelling bee for fear of
called "brainiac," is not being put down by her less
"dissed" and look down academically inclined
upon as something for peers, bullies and other
nerds and squares, assorted bone-heads on
Especially in the hood campus who are going
where studying is all but a nowhere and negatively
taboo. taunt the ones who achieve.
The performances have Her love of words and
Oscar written all over them being pushed by her princi-
beginning with the young pal r. Welch (Armstrong),
star, 12 year old KeKe who hooks her up with a
Palmer. She is phenomenal spelling coach, Dr. Larabee
in her portrayal of Akeelah (Fishburne) and the eventu-
Anderson, a middle school al support of. her mom
black student who has a Tanya (Bassett), all com-
special affinity for words. bine to change her mind.
When her spelling ability is Through trials and tribula-


tions, Akeelah begins her
trek of winning a string of
local and regional spelling
bees until she winds up
competing for the national
championship in
Washington, D.C. on
national television.
This may be
Fishbourne's most power-
ful performance yet! He
shows a sensitive and vul-
nerable side to his character
that is deeply touching.
Angela Basset plays. a no
nonsense mom so convinc-
ingly you might have to
pinch yourself to stay
reminded that it is only a
movie.


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