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Florida Star
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Florida Star
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English
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Coordinates:
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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Material Information

Title:
Florida Star
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Florida Star
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Newspaper
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English
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Publisher:
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Jacksonville, Fla.
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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The Feds Are Coming,

The Feds Coming

Because Of City's

High Murder Rate


Anthony Napier
JACKSONVILLE,
Fla. -- Anthony Napier,
24, shot his brother,
Gregory, 25, during an
argument. Cedric
Williams, 22, killed his
puppy by snapping his
neck because he was
angr\.p What sparks this
type of violence? It is
no : secret that
J a c k s o n v i 11 e s
murder homicide rate is
beyond belief with about
56 at the time of this
report. In fact,
Jacksonville's murder
rate, according to
s6urces is the highest in
the state and greater, ,per-


centage than Los
Angeles, Atlanta and
New York City. Now
that the deaths by mur-
der or homicide include,
all races, it is not a sur-
prise that President
Bush, while visiting the
state where his brother is
governor and the
President acknowledged
he would like to see his
*brother become presi-
dent, would want to
cease this trend by
bringing in federal\
forces. So, when
President Bush visited
Florida this week, it was
reported that federal
funds would be allocated
to Jacksonville to help
put an end to this murder
trend.
MAD DADS has been-
working for the past four
years to at least lower
the crime rate in the city,
supported by The
Florida Star and other
organizations. This
month, they have initiat-
Feds continued on A-7


Sheriff Wins $10,000 As'America 's
Most Wanted All-Star, 'Gives Winnings
To Stroke-Stricken Deputy


Deputy Steve Bailey
Sheriff David Shoar
has been named
"America's Most Wanted
All-Star", giving him cash
of $10,000. But the sher-


iff did not keep the
money, he gave it to
Deputy Steve Bailey, a St.
Johns Deputy, who
recently suffered a mas-
sive. stroke and whose
apartment was burned last
month.
The sheriff was among
eight law enforcement
officers nominated for the
award.
The sheriff and his
deputy will appear on
America's Most Wanted
(Fox TV). Saturday night.


Monday-

Last Day For Medicare D
Monday is the last day senior citizens may enroll for
the Medicare drug coverage program. If one does not
sign up by Monday, the cost of premiums will be high-
er and there will be a, late penalty fee.
The plans 'are confusing because there are many.
Congresswoman Corrine Brown has traveled through-
-out her district to help her constituents understand the
program so that they will not be faced with the higher
cost.and penalties.


Texas teens are seen fighting on a clip from a DVD
one of many being sold for profit.


Follow The Law-Only For



Predominantly Black Projects


City Councilwoman Lockett-Felder Says


She's Tired Of Racial Disparities In Jax


JACKSONVILLE,
Fla: Councilwoman
Pat Lockett-Felder, in
a private interview
with The Florida Star
says she is "tired of
projects going to dif-
ferent parts of the city
and not to. the
Northside." She said
she is frustrated
because it appears that
every time something
comes up where
money must be
released for black
areas, the issue or proj-


ect must be thoroughly scrutinized. It makes us feel
that we are not local, trustworthy people, like some-
thing wrong is going on. But when it comes to predom-
inantly white projects, approval is given without ques-
tion. I can no longer accept such behavior. We'fought
long for equal rights, we pay our required percentage
of taxes, we pay our utilities and we deserve to be
treated equally," said the Councilwoman.
"All other projects have been given the opportunity
for growth and development. Look at the shipyard.
After giving the group $36 million, they came back for
more money and it was given. All of that money and
the project was not even completed. Please, tell me
what projects have been developed for the Northside.
About $2 million was spent by the city for a soccer
field on another side of town and the taxpayers must
Tired continued on A- 7


Teens Charged With Arranging, Filming


And Selling Street And School Fights


ARLINGTON, TX
(AP) Four Texas-teens
have been jailed for
allegedly filming and
selling DVDs of students
brawling in arranged'
fights.
The fights were out-.
side schools, in restau-
rants and in the streets.
The tapes are two hours
long and include a rap-
music sound track. Two
.disc jockeys from the
most listened to radio sta-
tion in Dallas; K-104 FM


voices were on .the tape
but were not with any of
the fight scenes.
The police discovered
the tapes when 16-year-
old Kevin Walker had
been severely beaten out-
side of his grandmother's
house.
Arrested were the pro-
ducer, 18-year-old
Michael G. Jackson,
Duente L. Gaines, 17,
John Barree, 18 and a 14-
year-old.
Fights continued on A-7


Second Grade Girl Sexually Assaulted By Twelve Classmates


It has been reported that an alleged schoolyard sex-
ual attack of a second-grade girl by a dozen of her
classmates occurred in St. Louis, Missouri.
According to the report, the attack took place during
recess at an elementary school in St. Louis. Ten'of the
boys who are in the first and second grades thought
to be involved in the attack by holding the girl.down,
have been suspended for the remainder of the school
year.
Two others, who reportedly only kissed the girl,
received a five-day, in-school suspension. Two teach-
ers who were responsible for monitoring the recess
period have also been punished, one being fired and


the other suspended with pay.
The teachers became aware that something was
amiss when a student alerted them about a huddle of
boys around the victim.
The boys will be counseled and it will be later
.determined when they will be able to attend school
again. All are expected to be referred to the city's
Family Court on misdemeanor charges,.
A relative of the girl told the Associated Press that
the boys were trying to use their fingers to penetrate
the girl, who ,fought to keep her pants on. She will not
return to school this year and will undergo counseling
for her emotional scars.


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Blacks and Immigration


Bill Fletcher Jr.
NNPA Columnist


Immigration to the
U.S.A., particularly Latino
immigration, has become a
point of debate within Black
America. This has been
heightened by the momen-
tous, indeed historic,
demonstrations for immi-
grant rights and dignity over
the last few weeks.
Many African-
Americans are uneasy about
Latino immigration. The
masses arriving here push
the size of the Latino popu-
lation above the numbers of
African-Americans (though
Latinos are far from ethni-
cally monolithic). Second,
we see competition for jobs
and political power both
where it exists as well as
where it does not. At the
bottom of the economic lad-
der there is definitely com-
petition, but it is a competi-
tion brought on not by the
immigrants but by the
employers who, constantly
search for a low-paid, vul-
nerable workforce. As we
African-Americans were
often used in the early to
mid 20th century, so too are
immigrants from Latin
America, the Caribbean,
Asia, Africa, and truth be
told from Eastern Europe.
To put it another way,
capitalists always look to
cut their costs. They will do


that by smashing unions,
hiring undocumented immi-
grant workers, using robots
or by subcontracting. For
the capitalists it is nothing
personal; just strictly busi-
ness.
We in Black America
must come to grips with
who are our friends and
who are our opponents. As
long as there are weak
unions and even weaker
laws protecting workers'
rights, businesses will hire
whomever is willing to
accept the least. African-
Americans came to that
recognition in the 1930s and
1940s, which is why we
unionized so actively and
played a central role in the
building of a new union
movement.
My second point is
directed not only at Black
America. To borrow from a
slogan popularized in the
British immigrant rights
movement, immigrants
from the Third World are
here in the USA largely

because the USA has been
there. That is, it has been
mucking around in the
Third World, overthrowing
governments, distorting
economies, forcing govern-
ments into bankruptcy, etc.,
etc. Think about it. Asian
immigrants to the U.S.A.,


particularly from Southeast
Asia, can be directly tied to
U.S. military adventures in
that region.
A similar point can be
made about Latin America.
Immigration from Central
America to the U.S.A. can
be directly linked to U.S.
activities during the 1980s
where it incited and pro-
longed civil wars, more
often than not supporting
Right-wing tyrants. Add to
that, in the case of Mexico,
if one leaves aside the fact
that the southwest of the
U.S.A. was once the north-
ern half of Mexico and that
there was a long history of
people going both north and
south, there is the little mat-
ter of the North American
Free Trade Agreement
(NAFTA). NAFTA, as its
critics had predicted, has
devastated both the agricul-
tural and public sectors of
Mexico, driving thousands
of people north of the bor-
der in search of something
more than survival.
While it is critical that
the immigrant rights move-
ment understand the Black
Freedom struggle and the
history of race in the
U.S.A., and thereby joining
with us in the common
struggle for justice, African-
Americans must also extend
a hand. African- Americans
must internalize the under-
standing that the policies of
U.S. businesses and the
U.S. government are direct-
ly responsible for millions


of people leaving their
homes and coming to the
U.S.A. in search of a better
life.
So, if we want changes
in immigration, then we
must address U.S. foreign
policy and its horrendous
implications. If we want
changes in immigration, we
have to stop allowing the
U.S. to bully the rest of the
world. If we want changes
in immigration, we must
make sure that all workers
are protected from econom-
ic vulnerability; otherwise
none of us will ever be safe.
As long as there is some-
one out there forced to work
for less, unscrupulous busi-
nesses will have a field day.
As long as countries are
ravaged by bullying on the
part of the greatest power in
the northern hemisphere,
thereby making it nearly
impossible for them to
determine their own futures,
people will. migrate in
search of a safe haven.
With this recognition
Black America should be
able to approach the immi-
gration debate on a different
basis and with the very real
possibilities of gaining mil-
lions of new allies in our
struggle for political, social
and economic justice,
Bill Fletcher, Jr. is a
long-time labor and inter-
national activist and writer.
He is the former president
of the Washington, DC-
based non-profit organiza-
tion TransA.frica For'um.


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


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


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.
S Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
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


Every family is different, and not
everyone wants the same type of
funeral. Funeral practices are influ-
enced by religious and cultural tradi-
tions, costs and personal preferences.
These factors help determine whether
the funeral _ill be elaborate or sim-
ple, public or pri\.te. religious or
secular, and %%here it uill be held.
They. also influence whether the body
will be present at the'funeral, if there
will be a iesing or visitation. and if
so. A whether the casket ill be open or
closed, and whether the remains will
be buried or cremated.
Among the choices you'll need
to make are whether ou want one of
these basic rnpes of funerals. or
something in between.
"Traditional," Full-service
Funeral
This type of funeral, often
referred to b funeral providers as a


"traditional" funeral, usually
includes a viewing or visitation and
formal funeral service, use of a
hearse to transport, the body to the
funeral site and cemetery, and burial,
entombment or cremation of the
remains. It is generally the most
e\pensi\e pipe of funeral. In addi-
rion to the funeral home's basic serv-
ices fee, costs often include embalm-
ing and dressing the body; rental of
the funeral home for the vie% ing or
service; and use of vehicles to trans-
port the family if they don't use their
own. The costs of a casket, cemetery
plot or cr) pt and other funeral goods
and services also must be factored in

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For Pre-Need Burial Plans
S',Contact :.
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Edgewood Cemetery
And Mausoleums
4915 Edgewood Dr.
Jacksonville, FL 32208

OFFICE: (904) 765-2484
HOME: (904) 722-8028


MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ died for our sins...was buried and Rose again" (see 1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
International Sunday School.....9:00 a.m. and5:00 p.m. Saturday on WYMM AM 1530
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Adress: 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


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-
FREE HEALTH FAIR- The HOPE Ministry of New
Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1231 Tyler St., invites the communi-
ty to participate in a Free Health Fair, 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. at
the church. Free screenings include vision, cholesterol,
blood pressure, prostrate cancer, STD, dental, environmental
and more. Free barbecue will be available as well as fun and


games.
ANNIVERSARY-The cong
Missionary Baptist Church invite
them during the 6th Anniversary
Anderson, Wednesday, May 17,
include Summerville Baptist Ch
Henry and Zion Hope Baptist C
Johnson, Jr. The church is 1o
Division Street at 2407.Rev. S. I
LEONA DANIELS-New Fount
737 Jessie St., will celebrate its
on May 21 during Church Scl
worship at 10:45 a.m., and Eve
Eunice Harmon, Chairman. Hel
Rev. Louis Kirkland, Pastor.
CAMP MEETING-Destined
To Prosper Christian
Fellowship Church, Bishop
Sherman L. Kelly, Sr.,,Pastor,
wi;; host a Hol\ Flame Of
Fire Camp Meeting NlMa 15-
20. Service. will be held'
nightly at 7:30 p.m. at Love
Fellow ship Christian Center
(C.O.C.W.I.H.), 918 Ionia St.
(Atlas and Trina Rankin,
Pastors 'Host). Speakers
include Apostle Greg Wright,
Rochester, N.Y. (May15-16);
Prophetess Patricia Francis.
House of Prayer. Green Cove
Springs. FL (May 17);
Prophet Stanley Roundtree,
Grace Ministries Shabach
(May 18); Bishop Sherman
Kelly, Sr., destined To
Prosper and Bishop L. M.
Laney, Greater First Ne\v
Zion Spiritual Church (May
19, Holy Communion will be
served). A Workshop will be
held 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon on
May 20. Participants for the
Closing Service on May 20
are Zarephath Apostolic
Assemblies of jesus Christ
Ministries, Bishop James
Brant. For more information
call 565-1453.
SERIOUS PRAISE SER-
VICE-Sword and Shield
Kingdom Outreach ministry


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negation of Emanuel
es the pubic to worshipp \with
Celebration of Pastor Herb
at 7:00 p.m. Special guests
lurch with Pastor James W,
church \ith Pastor Clifford
)cated on Kings. Road and
L. Badger Jr. Circle E.
:ain Chapel A.M.E. Church,
Annual Leona Daniels Day
hool at 9:00 a.m., Morning
-ning Worship at 3:30 p.m.
ten Clemons, Co-Chairman.


invites the public to participate during the 2006 Serious
Praise Service at 3:45 p.m. on May 28 at the Father's House
Conference Center located at 1820 Monument Rd. The
Prais-cisers, under the direction of Ms. Kenshela Williams,
will perform. Speakers are Rev. Mattie W. Freeman, Sword.
and Shield's Founder/Pastor, and Dr. Pat Holliday, Ph.D of
Miracle Outreach Ministry.
CELEBRATION-Greater New Mt. Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 1953 W. 9th St., is celebrating its 61st
Church and 31st Pastor's Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Percy
Jackson, Sr. Services are scheduled for May 7, May 21, and
May 28 at 4:00 p.m. For more information or directions,
contact the church office at 904/354-0145
EXTRAVAGANZA-The Male Chorus Ministry of Mt. Sinai
Missionary Baptist Church, 2036 Silver St., invites the pub-
lic to attend the Male Chorus Extravaganza, Saturday, June
17, 5:00 p.m. in the sanctuary of the church. Deacon Ronald
Smith, Chairman. R.L. Gundy, Pastor.
ANNIVERSARY-Believers in Christ Christian Center will
celebrate its llth Church anniversary beginning May 18-
Sunday, May 21. Services will be held as follows:
Thursday, May 18, at 7:30 p.m. Bishop Jerome Henry, Zoe
Ministries International Church, Speaker. Friday, May 18,
Praise Celebration at 7:30 p.m. This event features Chris
White (Saxophonist), New St. James Holy Family Choir,
Voices of One Accord Ministries International Choir, New
Generation Choir, One Accord Ministries Praise dancer Dr.
Tonya McGee. ,Sunday, May 21, 5:00 p.m. Pastor Herbert
Phinacee, Crossroads Baptist Church, Callahan, FL,
Speaker. For additional information, call the church at
904/751-3922 or call the office at 904/908-8858. Bishop
Don Bernard and Pastor Deborah Bernard, Pastors.
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.
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.


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Remembering a Legend
In her message at the Remembering A Very Special
Lad Mrs. Jesse Elizabeth Meuse event, Gateway
Council of Girls Scout Executive Director, Sandra
Tysver stated, "Jesse Elizabeth Meuse was a pioneer in
Jacksonville who spent her life working with youth. She
made Girl Scouting a priority and worked to insure girls
of all colors had the same opportunities to participate in
Girl Scouting............
A Girl Scout Leader in Jacksonville for more than 50
years, she changed the lives of hundreds, maybe thou-
sands, of girls and she changed Gateway Council. She
served on the Girls Scouts of Gateway Council/s board
of directors and was the first recipient of the Women of
Distinction Award for the World of Girl Scouting......I
came across an article written by Rosemarie Hickson. It
was a brief history of the African-American Girl
Scouting experience here in Jacksonville. Ms. Hickson
said,"We pay tribute to the love, loyalty, sweat and tears
of the pioneers, the "Girl Scout Leaders Club", who per-
sisted in their volunteer work; women who, despite
odds, inspired girls with love for the Girl Scout Promise
and Law; women who worked for the day when a black
girl could develop to her highest potential in the Girl
Scout Movement."......We hold her (Mrs. Meuse)
teachings in our hearts and recommit ourselves to her
dream and her passion."
The speaker for this grand occasion was former Girl
Scout of Saint Stephen A.M.E. Church, Mrs. Melba
Furlow Herrington. Mrs. Furlow began with repeating
an excerpt of the Girls Scout's pledge. Mrs. Herrington
stated that Mrs. Meuse lived by the Girl Scout law
everyday in her words, actions and thoughts. Mrs.
Meuse was a tail blazer who was the conductor on an
uncharted train. She engineered new tracks that led oth-
ers to places that were not on route. To serve were Ms.
Meuse's main words. Everyday was community
day......."Go where there is no path to begin the trail",
Mrs. Meuse would tell the Girl Scouts......Mrs. Meuse
was a conductor that was prepared, as all Girls Scout
are. She was equipped with courage, strength, and con-
viction."
I was privileged to have.been a Saint Stephens Girl
Scout under the leadership of Mrs. Meuse and yes she
was all that various ones expressed at the Remembrance
event and much, much, much more. How wonderful it
is that the Girl Scouts continue to remember her out-
standing contributions to the entire world.
********
An Evening of Elegance
The Potter's House Auditorium was the setting for An
Evening of Elegance in Honor of "Our Pastor". The
notable affair honored Pastor Michael L. Williams,
Founder/Pastor of Life Changers Christian Fellowship
of Orange Park. It was an evening of song, inspirational
dance, words of gratitude and wonderful fellowship.
Pastor Williams, a .native of Florida is a product of
the local schools of Duval County, Florida Community
College of Jacksonville and the University of North
Florida. Surrounded by a congregation that truly adores
him, his family and friends Pastor Williams humbly
enjoyed the evening of honor.

First Communion For My Granddaughter
Proud grandparents J. Carl and Betty Asque Davis
and an even prouder great grandmother Mrs. Inez Asque
traveled to Milton, MA to witness the First Communion
for granddaughter and great-granddaughter Maya Inez
Davis at St. Mark's Catholic Church in Dorchester, MA.
Little Maya a second grade student at the famous Milton
Academy is the daughter Lorn Christopher and Tamar
Garabedian Davis was heavenly divine as she received
the Eucharist for the very first time.
We were so impressed with the way in which each
first communicant participated in the Mass. Each child
had a participatory part in the Mass. The joy on each
child's face as their names were announced to perform
their liturgical assignments was a wonderful sight to see.
What a grand idea of inclusiveness!

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
directly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777
or fax (904) 285-7008.


See you in the paper!


Girl Scout Volunteers Mses. Donna Thomas and Mary
Young. (Courtesy of Gateway Girl Scouts


The family of Mrs. Jesse Elizabeth Meuse. (Courtesy of Gateway Girl
Scouts


Girl Scout Troop #750 and Simpson Girl Scout Cluster. (Courtesy of
Gateway Girl Scouts)


Girl Scouters with portrait of Mrs. Jesse Elisabeth
Meuse in background. (Courtesy of Gateway Girl Scouts)


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Pastor Michael L. Williams with his mother and daughters. (Photo
by J. Carl Davis, Sr).


Our hosts at the 'Our Pastor' Event, Mr. and Mrs. Steve James. (Photo
by J. Carl Davis, Sr).


First Communion Celebrants Little Misses V'i ian Lee and Maya Inez
Davis. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr).


The Lorn C. Davises and The Patrick Lees with their daughters fol-
lowing the First Communion Celebration Dinner. (Photo by J. Carl
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Girl Scouters enjoying themselves at the Meuse Remembrance
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Girl Scout Supporters at Meuse Remembrance Event.
(Courtesy'of Gateway Girl Scouts)


Pastor Michael Williams with his daughters. (Photo by J. CarlDavis,
Sr).


Maya and Talia Davis show off for their grandparents during the
Massachusetts trip. photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr).


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Has Created Energy Crisis


WASHINGTON, DC -
At a press conference on
Wednesday, April 26, 2006,
Congressman Kendrick B.
Meek spoke out against sky-
rocketing oil and gas prices
that are negatively impact-
ing American consumers
and the economy.
Meek noted that gas
prices in Miami-Dade and
Broward Counties are as
high as $3.29 per gallon.
"Gas prices have dou-
bled, profits have tripled,
and oil companies are mak-
ing historic, obscene prof-
its," said Meek. "The Bush
Administration has allowed


special interests in the gas
and oil industry to write our
national energy policy, and
American consumers are
paying the price for this cor-
ruption at the pump."
Meek noted that the
Bush Administration has
continued to support and
enact billions upon billions
in federal subsidies for oil
and gas interests. Despite
historic gas prices, the
Republican leadership con-
tinues to block efforts to
repeal these shameful tax
breaks. Since 1994, the.
Republican leadership has
received more than $120


million in campaign contri-
butions from corporate oil
and gas interests.
Rep. Meek also
announced his support for
the Federal Response to
Energy Emergencies
(FREE) Act (H.R. 3936).
The legislation Meek has
cosponsored would impose
tough and effective anti-
gouging policies that will
provide relief from high gas
prices and home heating
costs. :
"Since: Hurricane
Katrina, three Democratic
initiatives to head off prob-
lems at the pump were voted


down by the Republican-
controlled Congress," said
Meek. "This crisis is nega-
tively impacting every
American family and the
Republican leadership must
allow a vote to end this cri-
sis."
Meek was joined at the
press conference by
Congressman Henry
Waxman, Ranking
Democrat on the House
Government Reform
Committee and
Congresswoman Louise
Slaughter, Ranking
Democrat on the House
Committee on Rules.


Congressman Kendrick B. Meek decried the lack of
action on Democratic proposals to end price gouging at
the pump at a press conference at the U.S. Capitol on
Wednesday, April 26, 2006. He was joined by
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter and Congressman
Henry Waxman in protesting the energy policies of the
Republican Rubber Stamp Congress."

U.S. Newborn Survival Rate Ranks Low
CHICAGO America may be the world's superpower,
but its survival rate for newborn babies ranks near the bot-
tom among modern nations, better only than Latvia. Among
33 industrialized rlations, the United States is tied with
Hungary, Malta, Poland and Slovakia with a death rate of
nearly 5 per 1,000 babies, according to a new report. Latvia's
rate is 6 per 1,000.
The U.S. ranking is driven partly by racial and income
health care disparities. Among U.S. blacks,, there are 9
deaths per 1,000 live births, closer to rates in developing
nations than to those in the industrialized world.


Rep. Audrey Gibson Supports 2006 Budget For Florida


TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--
State Rep. Audrey Gibson
(D. Jacksonville) joined her
colleagues in supporting the
budget for Fiscal year 2006-
2007. Considerable growth
in Florida's economy,
increased state resources led
to unanimous supportln the
Florida House for the $71.3
billion budget,the highest in
Florida's history.
"Our state was blessed
this year with substantial
resources that allowed us to
find our most pressing
needs," said Rep. Gibson. "I
am proud to support next


year's budget, knowing that
it wall meet the priorities of
Floridians."
S Rep.
Gibson
"W i a s
proud to
support
a budget
with a
S' $1 .7 7
: billion
increase
Gibson f o r
Florida's public schools,
resulting in a per-student
increase of about 8.7 per-.
cent.


Rep. Gibson also worked
to increase funding in the
Department of Juvenile
Justice and to shut down the
state's boot camps, after the
tragic death of 14-year-old
Martin Lee Anderson in
January 2006.
In the camps' place, Rep.
Gibson worked with legisla-
tive leaders to fashion a new
program that prohibits vio-
lence and the use of force
against children to maintain
discipline.
The 2006-2007 .FY
budget has increased fund-
ing for hurricane shelters,


relief and mitigation
efforts; funded class 'size
reductions; and aslo provid-
ed a 3 percent raise for state
employees.
Rep. Gibson also was
proud to see a number of
requested projects in the
final budget.
"I am proud to have
worked, with leadership to
fund such things 'as post
adoption services, storm
water drainage, teen breast
cancer initiative, our col-
leges and universities, and
other funding needed in our
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Fight continued from A-]
All four were charged with felonies described as engaging in organized criminal
activity and aggravated assault.

Feds continued from A-i
a program, working with mothers of murder victims called, "No Murders in May." It
is frightening when one learns that the murder rate in Jacksonville is 9.5 for every
thousand. It is also frightening to learn that those who were murdered, in most
cases, did not have their lives taken by strangers.
What is the clue to ending the murder trend? Mayor Peyton has announced an ini-
tiative calling for the city and community to address the challenges, clean up the
streets and abandoned buildings, plant trees and improve the infrastructure. He
is seeking the help of faith-based organizations and others in his "Seeds of
Change" effort.
But the base for stopping the violence, the crime, the murders, is the home, said
Rev. Brooks. All the good and all the bad begins in the home from the first day the
child is born. Therefore, the first key is good parenting, which includes genuine dis-
cipline. Proper discipline begins at birth says Clara McLaughlin, author of The
Black Parents' Handbook.

NEWS IN BRIEF
Heritage Bound Play Opens May'12
The Play, Heritage Bound, linking the past with the present through African-
American family story telling opens Friday, May 12 at the Karpeles Manuscript
Library Museum, Jacksonville. Heritage Bound vividly illuminates southern
African-American living during. the unforgiving Jim Crow era, regionally and local-
ly. Jacksonville's own, Samelia Adams hopes to share this message with the com-
munity. The reception begins at 6 pm, the play at 7.

Whoopi Goldberg Gets Radio Show I
Starting July 31 on Clear Channel Radio, you will be
able to wake up and drive to work with Whoopi Goldberg. i
The live weekday program .is aimed at women and will air. .
on mostly adult contemporary stations nationwide."

Buckle Up In Your Truck .
The Buckle Up In Your Truck campaign is in full force.
It is reported that pickup truck drivers and their passen-
gers are among the least likely to use safety belts. i
According to the most recent national data, 71 percent of
the 48 pickup truck fatalities in Duval County were hooi Goldber
Whoopi Goldberg
unbuckled.

Money From The Bank
Citizens Trust Bank announced they have earmarked $50,000,000 for business
loans. These new funds will be a specific part of their endeavor to provide business
capital to the small business community. Website: www.ctbatlantahb.com/home/


After More Than 40-Years, Murder Case Closed
Johnnie Mae Chappell was murdered
in 1964 along New Kings Road. Four
S\\.white men were originally arrested but
Only one served time. Because it was a
hate crime, her son, who was an infant at
'." -the time of her death, has tried to get"
We...' il justice for his mother's death.
:*. Governor Bush asked a special pros-.
: a J ecutor to see if the men could be'tried.
The prosecutor finally/agreed \ ith state
m 1 io... attorney Harry Shorstein that too much
Johnnie Mae Chappell time had passed and any new charges
\ would violatee the suspect's rights to a speedy trial so. the case is finally closed.
Her son, Shelton Chappell said the family is not bitter and they are grateful for'
the opportunity to expose this criminal obstruction of justice that their mother did
exist and that this did happen.

A Study Of Rap Music
Rap tops the charts when it comes to listeners who encounter problems with alco-
hol, drugs and\ violence / A new study by the Pacific Institute of Research and
Evaluations Prevention Research revealed that college students between the ages of
15 and 25 are more prone to get into fights, threaten others and use drugs. The study
is published in the May issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol, where more
than 1,000 students were surveyed on their music listening habits and behaviors.


HAPPY

MOTHER'S DAY

TO

MOTHERS

EVERYWHERE


WONDERFUL
MOTHER

God made a wonderful mother,
A mother who never grows old;
He made her smile
of the sunshine.
And He moulded
her heart of pure gold;
In her eyes He placed
bright shining stars,
In her cheeks fair
roses you see;
God made a wonderful mother,
And He gave
that dear mother to me.

Pat O'Reilly


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pay to use it.
We just want to be treated in the same manner as others are treated in other areas
of the city." "The black man's dollar should be treated as the white man's dollar."
"The gym was to be built for the citizens. The church was putting up the land for
the facility. All of the other projects around the city have been funded and nothing
said, even when they were not always structured to meet the needs and desires of so
many people. The planned gym was to be a.full service gym with a basketball court,
meeting rooms, an area for the Boy Scouts, and more."
Ms. Lockett-Felder said she is not asking people to like black folks, she just want
them to treat black folks fairly. She said she is not asking them to love black folks
but she said her understanding is that "those who do not show love are not heaven
bound."
What really bothers her, she said, is the difference in the way the project was
treated compared to the way it was handled when First Baptist Church was given a
quick-claim deed by the city and the parking meters were moved, all accomplished
through a vote from the city council where four members of the council were mem-
bers of the church. Such membership was never brought up yet, it was quickly
pointed out that Councilman Reggie Fullwood is a member of Timothy Baptist
Church. Why, she continued, is that an issue with this and not with First Baptist?
The City Council had voted to give $1.1 million to the church for the construc-
tion of the gymnasium. With ali of the investigations, prompted by a few media and
other sources including state attorney Shorstein as well as the American Civil
Liberties Union, the church and its pastor, opted to withdraw its request for the
funds. Those in opposition claimed they did so because of the issue of church and
state, said the Councilwoman.
Ms. Lockett-Felder said it is so disheartening for her. "On one hand the city is
saying, 'stop the violence, stop the murders," and on the other hand, they are not
willing to fund a project that would take some of our youth off the streets," she
added. Mayor Peyton said today that he feels the gym is a good idea but the proce-
dure to accomplish its construction needs to be redeveloped.
One reader said it would be great if the city would use the $1.1 million they were
first willing to allocate, to still build a family gym or a, similar project on the
Northside, and follow the Councilwoman's lead because she works so hard for her
people.


Gift Certificates Gain


Popularity For Moth


(ARA) -No other bond
is quite like the one
between mother and
child, which may be why
nearly 85 percent of all
Americans plan to cele-
brate Mother's Day this
year.
In fact, surveys show
that most of us consider
Mother's Day to be the
second most important
gift-giving occasion of
the year, behind the end-
of-year holidays.
"Clearly, Americans
view Mother's Day as a,
chance to reconnect with
their moms, regardless if
they talk once a day or
once every year or two,",
says Jill K. Ambrose at
GiftCerti ficates.com.
"Giving a gift to our
mothers symbolizes our
desire to reward, in some
small way, all the wonder-
.ful things Monm has done
for us throughout our
lives. Giving just the right
gift can be an added joy
for strong relationships,
or a way to help improve
strained ones."
So what are the top
gifts for Mother's Day? A
study by BIGresearch
indicates that 85 percent
of Mother's Day gift-
givers will present Mom
with a card.
Flowers' are the most
popular gift, with nearly


68 percent of mothers
receiving blooms and
bouquets on their big day.
Jewelry (28 percent),
clothing (32 percent) and.
books, or CDs (26 per-
cent) are also top gifts.
The practice of giving
gift certificates for
Mother's Day is rapidly'
gaining in popularity.
BIGresearch statistics
show that likely 32 per-
cent .of gift-givers will,
present Mom witlh a gift
certificate this year.
That makes gift cer-
tificates the second-most
popular Mother's Day
'gift, right behind flowers.
"Gift certificates, like
the SuperCertificate from
GiftCertificates.com, are
popular for Mother's Day-
in part because you don't!


ier's Day

risk buying a specific item
she may or may not like.
They are a great way to
show Mom you care about
her tastes or preferences,"
says Ambrose. "The
SuperCertificate gifts
remove the guesswork.
from gift-giving."
Shopping online to
,choose a gift certificate
can be much easier than'
selecting a specific item.
'You may" know Moom likes
to shop at a particular
clothing store, but you
may not be able to easily
pick something from that
store that she would like.
"The solution is a gift cer-
tificate that will allow her
to shop, at her, favorite
spots and pick out exactly
what she wants," says
Ambrose.'


WORLD GOLF FOUNDATION, INC.
St. Augustine, Florida

Cash/Accounts Receivable Clerk

The Cash-A/R Clerk will process accounts receivable invoices
and cash receipts; compile attendance and other financial data.
maintain and monitor \ ariances for assigned GL accounts for
the World Golf Foundation ("WGF") and its divisions: the
WGHOF, The First Tee and Golf 20/20. This position requires
a high school diploma, a minimum of one year related account-
ing experience, excellent .spreadsheet and word processing
skills. Prefer a candidate with MAS 90 experience. This posi-
tion is located at World Golf Hall of Fame in the World Golf
Village. Send resume to resume@wghof.org by May 19, 2006

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six trophies. Other packs won trophies and ribbons. Shown here from left are Jonathan Webb-Wolf Cub
(won second place for Best Designed kite); Dante' Criswell-Tiger Cub (won third place for Best
Designed kite); Maurice Amos-Bear Cub (won second place for Best Designed kite); Christopher Jones-
Bear Cub (won first place for Most Original kite); Jaylen Howard-Tiger Cub (won first place for Most
Original kite); and Tiyahn Teamer-Wolf Cub (won third place for Most Original Kite).


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Duval County Students District Announces Dismissal


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 partnership between Character Counts!
of Jacksonville and Duval County Public Schools, recog-
nizes students from the sixth through 12th grades who
consistently have exemplified the highest standards of
character.
Superintendent Joseph Wise will serve as the keynote
speaker. Tickets for the event are available for $25 per
person by calling the Character Counts! office at 724-
5566.
"The examples these students set for their peers carry
a powerful message," said Deborah Hansen, Project
Coordinator for Character Education. "By modeling pos-
itive character traits, they show other students and adults
that good character 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 nominated for the award by their
teachers. The finalists, who were selected by a panel of
judges from the school system and the community, are:

Elementary Schools

Elisabeth Ajluni, Holiday Hill
Samuel Bolarinwa, Love Grove
Courtney Kitchens, San Mateo
Amanda Neth, Sadie Tillis
Maja Radic, Kings Trail
Zachary Schmidt, Chimney Lakes

Middle Schools

Davieionna Campbell, Kirby-Smith
Middle ..-
Worship Chaleka, Mandarin Middle
Fernando Cordova, Southside Middle -
Brionna La'Shay Kennedy, Jefferson
Davis Middle
Nicole Elizabeth Kirby, Stilwell
Middle
Amanda Denise Tillman, Jefferson
Davis

High Schools "'

Reinaldo Feliciano III, Fletcher High :
Osborne B. Hall, Raines High
DeSean Kirkland,
Baldwin Middle/Senior High
Kevin Morgan, Fletcher High
Stefone Parrish, Andrew Jackson High
Joseph Shedden,
Palm Avenue Exception
Student Education Center


For Students On Last Day Of School

The district has announced the dismissal times for students on the last day of school,
Thursday, May 25.
Elementary-schools, including ESE Pre-kindergarten, will dismiss at 12 noon
,Middle schools at 1:15 p.m., and High schools at 11:15 a.m.
The exceptions are as follows (in alphabetical order):
Abess Park Elementary 12:30 p.m.
Beulah Beal 10:40 a.m.
Chets Creek Elementary 12:30 p.m.
Darnell-Cookman Middle 12:10 p.m.
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts 12:10 p.m.
Enterprise Learning Academy 12:30 p.m.
Fishweir Elementary 11:25 a.m.
Grand Park Alternative Center 11:30 a.m.
J. Allen Axson Elementary 12:15 p.m.
James Weldon Johnson Middle 12:10 p.m.
Kirby-Smith Middle 11:25 a.m.
Lackawanna Alternative Center 11:15 a.m.
Landon Middle 11:35 a.m.
LaVilla School of the Arts 12:10 p.m.
Matthew Gilbert Middle 11:30 a.m.
Merrill Road Elementary 11:45 a.m.
Mount Herman Exceptional Student Education 11:40 a.m.
Paxon Advanced Studies 12:25 p.m.
Paxon Middle 12:15 p.m.
Peterson Academies of Technology 12:00 p.m.
Ramona Elementary 12:30 p.m.
Randolph Academies of Technology 12:00 p.m.
Ribault High 11:20 a.m.
Ribault Middle 11:25 a.m.
Rutherford Alternative Center 11:50 a.m.
Stanton College Preparatory 12:20 p.m.
Wesconnett Elementary 12:15 p.m.
For more information, please contact your child's school:


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Kids Celebrate Community


LEFT FRAME/FACE PAINTING GIRL- A clown paints the face of eight-year old Ronnika Adams at the Tenth Annual Community
Appreciation Day at the Winn-Dixie at Moncrief Road and Soutel Drive. Several hundred Northside residents attended the annual event.
RIGHT FRAME/SHOWING HIS FANGS- Five-year-old Kamari Jennings gets ready to bite into a hotdog at the Community Appreciation
Day at the Winn-Dixie at Moncrief Road and Soutel Drive. Kamari was one of several hundred Northside residents attended the annual.
event, which featured food, kids games and prize giveaways.

i: Wellness 4 Kids Program Keep

SKids Healthy At-TwinLakes


PAINTED LADIES-Nine-year-old Alexys Martinez, and
eleven-year-old Zenchristian Mott enjoy snow cones
while showing off their painted faces during Ithe
recent tehth annual Community Appreciation Day at
the Winn-Dixie at Moncrief Road and Soutel Drive.


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Wellness has appealed
to a large cross section of
the student body at Twin
Lakes Academy Middle
School, from kids who
want to reduce weight to
those who want to lead
healthier lifestyles.
Health teach Gloria
Lovett, who attended
Edward Waters College
and is a graduate of
Florida A&M University
with a degree in health &
Physical Education, devel-
oped the very popular
Wellness 4 Kids programs
at Twin Lakes while help-
ing students live healthier,
more active lifestyles
The after-school pro-
gram is designed to reduce
the leading causes of
health risk for kids related
to obesity,,a lack of physi-
cal acti ity, poor eating
habits and unhealthy
lifestyles.


The program provides
an exciting approach to get
kids to start taking better
care of their bodies, while
also having fun, learning
and being physically
active.
"Our goal is. to teach
Healthier Eating Habits &
Etiquette, Healthy Weight,
Improved Fitness Level,
Increase health Literacy,
reduce Health Risk and
Improve Self Esteem,"
said Lovett. ,
Wellness 4 Kids meets
Thursday from 4:30-6:00
p.m. and is free to all stu-
dents.
Based on the success of
this year's program with
about 100 students partici-
pating in only the first
year, Lovett says next
school year is sure to be
bigger, better, and even
more exciting.
UNF Nutrition stu-


dents, PTSA, Aramark and
Publix Supermarket have
partnered with Wellness 4
Kids to help make the pro-
gram a success by prpvid-
ing nutrition lessons and
cooking demonstrations
by professional chefs.
Lovett is a health edu-
cator for Duval County
Public Schools, and is pro-
ducer and host of the
LUV-IT WELLNESS 4
LIFE TV segment seen on
WJXT Channel 4s
Morning Show.
She is the community
partner .for "Take A Love
One To The Doctor Day"
sponsored by the U.S.
Department of Health &
Human Services. Lovett
was formerly heard on
Clear Channel radio pro-
viding wellness tips.
For more information
write to lovett@education-
central.org.


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Rap Superstar NAS Joined



Damian 'Jr. Going' Marley



On His Road To Zion

New York, NY (PRWEB) -- Rap superstar Nas,
joined Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley on his "Road to
i Zion", as the youngest son of music icon and legend
i Bob Marley collected an unparalleled six awards at
the 25th (PRWEB) May 8, 2006 -- International
Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA), on
SSaturday May 6, 2006 at the World Famous Apollo
i TvTheatre announced Chicago based event producers
Martin's Inter-Culture Ltd. and associates today.
RP Hosted by actor LEON (Waiting To Exhale, The
Five Heartbeats, The Temptations), the well organ-
ized, event was a resounding success.
i ll Luminaries and dignitaries graced the red carpet
as media and fans celebrated this anticipated event.
America's Next Top Model finalist Camille
SMcDonald caused a sensation in her role as one the
presenters.
Damian Marley reached sensational heights with
the album "Welcome To Jamrock" (Tuff
Nas Gong/Universal), which features Nas, Bobby Brown,
and Black Thoughts. (the Roots). Marley's 25th IRAWMA
l |.2006 awards, included his father's namesake "Bob Marley
Award For Entertainer of the Year", as well as "Recording
Damian "Jr. Going" Marley Artist of the Year", "Best Song", "Best Album", "Best Music
Video", and "Songwriter of the Year" which he shared with his brother Stephen Marley. "Best Male Vocalist"
went to imprisoned but immensely popular Jah Cure, "Best Female Artist" went to the legendary, former I-
Threes backing vocalist, Marcia Griffiths dubbed the "Queen of
Reggae" by her peers. Sean Paul, who had received multiple
%: K '. IRAWMA awards two years ago, collected. the "Best Crossover
OD I Song" with the chart topping "We Be Burning".
Beenie Man won "Best Male DJ/Rapper", his female coun-
terpart Macka Diamond took home the "Best Female
DJ/Rapper". Notable awards went to Wyclef Jean "Community .
Service Award", Youssou N' Dour, for "Best African Entertainer",
Matisyahu for "Best New Entertainer" and Danny Glover and
Harry Belafonte who along with U2's Bono received the "Marcus
Garvey Humanitarian Award". For a complete list of the 25th
IRAWMA 2006 visit: http://www.irawma.com.
The IRAWMA annually honors the very best in Reggae and
World Beat Music with the staging of this popular event. Over one
hundred and fifty entertainers and music industry professionals
were nominated and selected for special awards by music industry
experts from. around the globe. Visit the IRAWMA website:
www.irawma.com for a full list of nominees, special awards,
IRAWMA Hall of Fame recipients and sponsorship information.
Event sponsors included: Air Jamaica, Coco Cola, Radio One,
AL Gleaner/Star-NA, MoneyGram, Linkup Media, Caribbean Life Beenie Man
Macka Diamond Magazine, Hoy Newspaper, CVM Television, NY Liberty Star
Newspaper, The Crossover Radio, IrieJam Media, Talk with Marie-93.5 FM, DJ Steve's Tax Services
Inc., Dennis Shipping;, WPSC FMI. ME-WLIB, Sam's Caribbean Market Place, R5 Radio and Whereltzat Magazine, among others.


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Sheriff Rutherford, Mayor Peyton


Go To Courts For Area Children
V In a show of support for the youth in the
Programs in the MaliVai Washington Kids
Foundation; Mayor John Peyton and
I Sheriff John Rutherford scheduled a day to
S- play tennis with a group of young tennl
players. Mayor Peyton and Sheriff
01. Rutherford took to the courts of the
Emmett Reed Community Center around
SL 3:30 p.m. Friday April 28 for a little
friendly competition with the kids.
.. :"i. This is the third year that Mayor Peyton
., has taken time out of his schedule to play
tennis with MWKF youth. Its the second
year for Sheriff Rutherford.
-:*i_ '__-_ The MaliVai Washington Kids
Foundation promotes -academic achieve-
ment and positive life skills in Jacksonville
youth through the game of tennis. The fun-
"dation uses -tennis to engage kids in an
S"active and fun recreation program, but
what we offer is so much more than sports.
S..By correlating success on the court with
success in life, we foster leadership, sports-
manship, self-esteem, confidence, disci-
Standing on backrow with Sheriff John Rutherford *back is Brion Brooks 15. Other mem- manship, self-esteem, confidence, disci-
bers of the Rutherford team from left on the front row, are Jeffrey Hunnicutt 9; Keshell line, accountability and the value of hard
Brown 13; Barresha Bell 13; and Andy Mohammed 10.. (F.M. POWELL PHOTO) work, teamwork and individual effort.
:The MaliVai Washington Kids
"mi"1 6 Foundation (MWKF) was established by
S.'96 Wimbledon finalist MaliVal
iWashington to introduce tennis as a tool to
develop positive life skills and encourage
ri F i "" academic achievement in youth who other-
I' -: wise might not be exposed to the sport.
t "MWKF runs a comprehensive five-day-a-
._ 4 L-week after-school program in Durkeeville
S, and has introduced tennis into the lives of
more than 14,000 local children.


Mayor John Peyton's team consists of Kenia Stokes 14, ; Tyquan Brown 10; Tyrone Davis
10; Benzell Lang 9; Mayor John Peyton and. Keanna BeN, 13. (F.M. POWELL PHOTO)


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of New Bethel AME Church Rev. William H.
Lamar IV, pastor hosted their first annual



Mother/Daughter Legacy Luncheon. The
ship...Encouragement from the word of God about Godly womanhood, housekeeping, mother them was "What ilo We Tell Our Daughters
Who Are Black." Minister Sanbraness Grant,
of the Church Fellowship served as the speak-
er.
4: Minister Grant stressed to the 30 or more
.'~ mothers and daughters that becoming the
I' "Virtuous Woman" mentioned in Proverbs 31
Sis a process. She didn't just wake up one
morning and find herself at destiny's door.
S:. Instead it was a process, she had to endure
S. heartache; disappointments and adversity.
a l? A 1^ '^ 'The Mother/Daughter- Legacy Luncheon
'i *'* -" was birthed into the spirit of the Society's pres-
Sident, Dr. Brenda R. Simmons, PhD.. Dr.
Simmons dreamed of a luncheon that would
S* ,*".,., L give mothers and daughters the rare opportuni-
Sty to spend time alone.
This time would combine precious moth-
S, er/daughter moments in an elegant atmosphere
with a fine meal and tea served in style. It
Mother/daughter moments were shared in an elegant atmosphere with a fine meal and tea would also serve as a fellowship of like-mind-
served in style.
ed ladies. There, the presentation of delightful
and practical encouragement for serving God and mankind would inspire generations to come.
The Sarah McGinnis Society has actively engaged in the grooming of girls today into fine Christian women of tomorrow. One of their major
initiatives is a project called "Taking care of our girls." Here the society meets monthly with young ladies ages 5-25 to help develop life skills.
These young'ladies have participated in numerous workshops such as business and finance, table manors, business etiquette and oral presentation
skills. They are being taught by example the importance of serving God and mankind.
The Mother/Daughter Legacy Luncheon is just another way the society has chosen to embrace the girls and help bridge the generation gap
between mothers and daughters to ensure that the legacy of Christian womanhood is not lost or forgotten. If you are interested in additional infor-
mation about the Sarah McGinnis Women's Missionary Society and the mission service they provide please call (904) 353-1822.


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Northwest Jacksonville Celebrates

Life Of Local Leader, Dr. Bob Brown


Robert Brown, Jr. greets
the crowd attending the
tenth annual Community
Appreciation Day at the
Winn-Dixie at Moncrief
Road and Soutel Drive on
Saturday, April 29.' It was
the first year Brown acted
as host, following the
death of his father, Dr. Bob,
Brown, who had hosted
the event since its incep-
tion in 1996.


(Left to right) Winn-Dixie Store Director Juan Mott,
Robert Brown, Jr. and Winn-Dixie Regional President
Mark Sellers present a $1,000 scholarship check to
Joyce Isaac, on behalf of her daughter, Jasmine Leach.
Jasmine will graduate from Ribault High School this
month. Joyce works for Winn-Dixie. The scholarship is
in memory of the late Dr. Bob Brown, who hosted
Community Appreciation Day each year since 1996.


S ri, -.


\3Qinnw Il)xe


Left to right) Winn-Dixie Stoe .Director Juan Mott,
Robert Brown, Jr. and Winn-Dixie Regional President
Mark Sellers present a $1,000 scholarship check to
Kenneth Wynn, who will graduate this month from
Raines High School. The scholarship is in memory of
the late Dr. Bob Brown.


Mrs. Gloria Brown, widow
of the late Dr. Bob Brown,
greets the hundreds of
Northside residents who
attended last Saturday's
tenth annual Community
Appreciation Day at the
Winn-Dixie at Moncrief
Road and Soutel Drive.


VWinn-Dixie customers
and residents in northwest
J ac ks onvil le 's
Moncrief'Soutel area cele-
brated their pride and com-
munity spirit while remem-
bering a beloved friend and
neighbor, the late Dr. Robert


Brown during the 10th
Annual "Community
Appreciation Day"hosted by
Winn-Dixie on Saturday,
April 29 at 5250 Moncrief
Rd.
The late Dr. Brown, a
family physician, initiated
the annual "Community
Appreciation Day" in 1996.
Since then, the Winn-
Dixie store at the corner of
Moncrief and Soutel has
become the unofficial com-
munity center for the neigh-
borhood.
Several hundred north-
west Jacksonville families
Dr. Bob continued on C-3


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make my wife insecure and she's going crazy listening to
office gossip. I'm not quitting my job and my wife still
insists that I should. What do I do?

Paul R. (Jacksonville, FL)

Dear Paul:
If you've had the same job and same spouse with no issues, then something has been
triggered with the arrival your new employee. If you've winked or wagged then you've
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From the Florida Star



INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO THE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties
respond to the solicitation below by 5:00 p.m., May 15, 2006. Further infor-
mation is available through Onvia DemandStar at www.demandstar.com
[(800) 711-1712], or the District's website at www.sjrwmd.com. Solicitation
packages may be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by call-
ing Leigh M. Rion, CPPB, Sr. Contracts Administrator at (386) 312-2386.

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NUMBER SJ488RA
DOCUMENTATION OF VEGETATION COMMUNITIES IN THE NORTH
SHORE RESTORATION AREA AND MARSH FLOW-WAY AT: LAKE
APOPKA FOR YEARS 2005-2007

Scan, georectify, and mosaic false color infrared aerial photography and
photointerpret aerial photography creating annual maps of vegetation com-
munities using a analytical stereoplotter. Work requires a Professional
Surveyor and Mapper licensed in the state of Florida.

The estimated budget for the first term (through September 30, 2006) of
this project is $26,200.00.


Get The Most From Your Health Care Dollars

When shopping for a new car or making investment decisions, most people spend
significant amounts of time planning and researching their choices. However, many
consumers aren't nearly as savvy when it comes to making health care decisions.
Double-digit percentage increases in health care spending are causing some con-
sumers to rethink their involvement in making health care decisions. Many who once
took a passive approach to their health care benefits are now taking an active, role and
are becoming more knowledgeable about their health care choices.

"Becoming a smarter health care consumer benefits everyone," said Dr. Melvyn
Fletcher, vice-president, professional programs, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of
Florida. "When consumers know what is available to them, and can make more
informed decisions of the services and capabilities offered, it not only assists in keep-
ing their individual costs down, but also helps keep overall health care costs from ris-
ing."

There are many ways you can become a better-informed health care consumer, from
simply asking questions of your physician to patronizing facilities that are in your
plan's network. "Many consumers are reluctant to ask their physicians questions
about tests and treatments," said Fletcher. "'But it's important to understand your
options and the financial implications associated with each one so you can make an
informed decision."
Some plans offer a choice of hospitals as well, and it may also pay to research what
different providers charge for various services and treatments. Requesting generic
alternatives to name brand drugs can also save consumers on their out-of-pocket
expenses.

In addition, consumers should make an effort to stay healthy by taking advantage of
preventive care treatments, such as flu shots, mammograms and wellness programs.
Many health care plans offer discounted wellness programs which provides reduced
prices on gym memberships, massage therapy, workout videos bicycle helmets and
other products and services.
Some consumers may want to explore the benefits of flexible spending accounts,
which allow them to set aside pre-tax funds to cover routine health care costs. Many
flexible spending accounts now cover over-the-counter medications, such as cold and
cough medication.

"Education is the key," said Fletcher. "By increasing their awareness of the options
available to them, consumers have the opportunity to make decisions that best suit
their individual needs. In doing so, they not only benefit themselves, they help to
control overall health care costs."

For more tips on being a smart health care consumer, contact your health plan.

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INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO-THE -
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties respond
to the solicitation below by 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 23, 2006. Further infor-
mation is available through Onvia DemandStar at www.demandstar.com
[(800) 711-1712], or the District's website at www.sjrwmd.com. Bid pack-
ages may be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling
Sharon Whitener at (386) 329-4281.

BID NUMBER SJ620AA
Electrical Renovations to the Moss Bluff Lock ,)

Contractor shall provide all material, labor and equipment for the renovation
of the Moss Bluff Lock's electrical system and control equipment by replace-
ment and/or upgrade per project manual/specifications and design drawings
provided in the bid document.

The estimated budget for this project is $299,000.00.

A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference is scheduled for 10:00 a.m.,
Thursday, May 4, 2006
Moss Bluff Lock and Dam
9677 SE Highway 464-C Ocklawaha, FL 32784

The pre-bid conference is intended to provide bidders the opportunity to
receive clarification of any requirement of this Invitation For Bid. The District
will only accept bids from those attending the pre-bid conference.

Staffs recommendation will be presented to the Governing Board at its June
13, 2006, meeting.

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested through Sharon
Whitener or by calling (386) 329-4450 (TDD), at least five (5) business days
before the date needed.
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The estimated budgets for the second term (October 1, 2006-September
30, 2007) and the third term (October 1, 2007-September 30, 2008) are
$27,000.00 and $27,810.00, respectively.

District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:00 a.m., May 23, 2006,
to evaluate and rank Letters of Interest. Staffs recommendation will be pre-
sented to the Executive Director.

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested through Leigh
M. Rion, CPPB, Sr. Contracts Administrator or by calling (386) 329-4450
(TDD), at least five (5) business days before the date needed.

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American Legion Post 197 Celebrates


During Commander/Legionnaire's Bal


HAPPY
MOTHER'S
DAY
"MAMA"


American Legion Post
197 celebrated its annual
Commander/Legionnaire's
ball on April 23 at their
location of 2179 Benedict
Rd. The event was spon-


scored by Post 197's enter-
tainment Committee. Food
was prepared and served by
committee members.
Old-School music was
performed by Gentlemen


Commander and Mrs.. Theodore Green seated with
Raines ROTC Director Henry Sellers.


Commander Green (left) accepts the Outstanding Award
from Commander Henry Sellers (Raines ROTC Director,
right) for contributions to Post 197 and dedication to the
Raines ROTC Program.


The Entertainment Committee, on the front row from left
are, Larry Douglas, Willie Williams, Darlene Williams,
and Mary Adams. From left on the back row are, Bob
Spruill, John Moore, Kayo Toombs, and Gorman Ponds,


The band "Gentleman Plus 1" featuring "Sleepy" provid-
ed entertainment for this occasion.


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

Announcements. meetings, happenings, and community
events scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area
POSTAL LETTER CARRIERS FOOD DRIVE-Local
branches of the National Association of Letter Carriers
(NALC) and the National Rural Letter Carriers
Association (NRLCA). inc operation with Winn-Dixie,
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Florida,
America's Second Harvest, Central Labor Council AFL-
CIO. United Way. Campbell. and the United States Postal
Service, will participate in a nationwide food drive on
Saturday. May 13. All Northeast Florida residents are
encouraged to participate. Postal carriers are asking resi-
dents to place non-perishable food donations by their
mailboxes prior to mail delivery on May 13. Letter carri-
er will collect the food donations along their routes.
ANOTHER'S DAY CELEBRATION-The Peaches-Na-
Basket Adult Day Care. Inc.. 2040 Soutel Drive is cele-
brating Mother's Day on Saturda, Mlay 13 with a Dinner
and three grand prizes to three Peachy Mothers.For infor-
mation and tickets please contact Mrs. Dolores Flemming
or Mrs. Geneva Boua er at 766-4993. The First Place w in-
ner \ ill be presented a $300.00 value Peachy Night on the
Town for Mom and a Guest. The Second Place winner
receives a Personal Relaxation Massage valued at $150.00
and the Third Place winner will receive a S75.00 Mall Gift
Certificate.
GUNS FOR BOOKS RALLY-Yusef Bilal. Founder and
Director of The Yusef Bilal International World Peace
"Say No To Violence Movement", will host the Second
Annual YusefBilal Guns For Books Rally. The event will
be held on Saturday, May. 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. at the
gateway Shopping Center. The Guns For Books Rally
promotes literacy in children by offering them a chance to
exchange toy guns (symbolically denouncing gun vio-
lence) for books, book bags. school supplies and candy.
BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT-Jacksonville Centre
of the Arts. Inc. presents the first Benefit Golf
Tournament to facilitate support for the Jacksonville
Centre of the Arts Pre- Professional School and Company.
The Tournament will be held at at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June
16, at the Windsor Parke Golf Club. Cash prizes will be
presented for First. Second, and Third Place winners. For
sponsorships and additional GolfTournament information
please contact: Phillip Holder at 904/334.2290
OLD STANTON CLASS OF 1944-The next meeting for
the Old Stanton Class of 1944 will be held at 4:00 p.m.
Saturday. May 20 at the Dallas Graham Library (13th
Street and Myrtle Avenue). All members are asked to
attend so that plans may be finalized for the August affair.
For more information contact Eula Mayes, President. at
904/355-3730 or Lillie Blue, Secretary, at 904/764-4829.
.... .A, .


Plus 1 featuring "Sleepy".
The band kept the crowd
dancing, moving and groov-
ing as they did the electric-
slide. American Legion Post
197 was established in 1948.


Dr. Bob

(Continued From C-I)

along with Dr. Robert
Brown's family and friends
participated. Kenneth Wynn,
and Ribault High School
student Jasmine Leach,
received $1000 scholar-
ships.
Dr. Brown, who passed
away in August 2005, was a
family practice physician
affiliated with the University
of Florida, and was an active
and inspirational community
leader involved in the Boy
Scouts, Rotary and his
church. He chose to provide
his care to a largely under-
served area of northwest
Jacksonville following his
residency at what is now
Shands-Jacksonville
Medical Center. He worked
with Winn-Dixie to build a
store to serve the neighbor-
hood, because the closest
grocery store was several
miles away. The Winn-
Dixie opened in 1996.


Have A Blessed And Happy


Mother's Day!



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PUBLIC NOTICE
City Council Meeting Start Time
In accordance with Ordinance 2006-192-E, the start time of regular City Council meetings will
change to 5:00 p.m., effective June 13, 2006. However, Comments from the Public will not begin
before 6:00 p.m. Additionally, the Order of Business, unless altered by the discretion of the
Council President, will be taken up in the following order:
1. Call to order
2. Invocation and pledge of allegiance
3. Roll call of the Council Members
4. Approval of the minutes of previous meetings
5. Communications from the Mayor
6. Other miscellaneous communications and presentations
7. Quasi-Judicial actions
8. Consent agenda
9. Action upon resolutions on third reading
10. .Action upon ordinances on third reading
11. Comments from the public
12. Action on resolutions, emergency action
13. Action on ordinances, emergency action
14. Scheduled publicshearings
15. Action upon resolutions 6n second reading
16. Action upon ordinances on second reading
17. Introduction of new resolutions
18. Introduction of new ordinances
19. Unfinished business
20. New business
21. Addition of addendum to agenda
22. Adjournment
A copy of the Council Agenda my be obtained, on the Friday before a meeting, from the
Legislative Services Division, in City Hall (Suite 430) located at 117 West Duval Street, or online
at www.coj.net.
Please contact Legislative Services at (904) 630-1404 for additional information.


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DEATH

NOTICES
ALEXANDER-Cathy
Alexander, 48, died May 3,
2006.
ALLEN-Edna Allen, died
May 7, 2006.
ANDERSON-Bethy
Wanica, died May 6, 2006.
BOLDEN-Gertrude M.,
died May 3, 2006.
BROOKS-Jessie, Sr., 49,
died May 6, 2006.
BROWN-Charlie, Jr., died
May 8, 2006.
BROWN-Naomi, died May
8, 2006.
BROWN-Thelma M., died
May 3, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY, INC.
BROWN-Willie J., died
NIMa 7, 2006.
CAREY-Joane, died May
6, 2006.
COLGAN-Clifford, died
lMa 4, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY
CREIGHTON-Joel, 61,
died April 25, 2006.
FRAZIER-Leartis, 63,
died May 3, 2006.
GILROY-Gerald, died
May 3, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN, MORTUARY.
HARRISON-Dennis, 50,
died May 6, 2006.
JONES-Martha Lee. died
May 3. 2006.
MANDT-Hans. died May
2. 2006.
MCCRAW-Mildred, died
May 5, 2006. A.B. COLE-
LMAN MORTUARY, INC.
MEEKS-Deronia, died
May 1, 2006. ALPHONSO
WEST MORTUARY INC.
MINCEY-Baby Jacob J.,
died .May 4, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN. MORTUARY,
INC.
MINES-Cynthia G., diec
May 7, 2006.
NELSON-Mary C., died
May 6, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUhRY, INC.
NIX-Louis A., died May 6,
2006.
PARKER-Yolanda, 47;
died May 7, 2006.
PARRISH-Paul, died May
4, 2006.
PETERSON-Sharon, 44,
died May 3, 2006.
ROBINSON-Elijah, died
May 4, 2006.
ROBINSON-Imogene E.,
died May 7, 2006.
TROTTER-Michael, 55,
died May 6, 2006.
WALKER-Mary A., died
May 6, 2006.
WILLIAMS-Gene, died
May 6, 2006.
WILLIAMS-John Otis, 57,
died May 5, 2006.
WHITTY-Darlene, died
May 2, 2006.


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Boxing Fans Mourn Death

Of Floyd Patterson
Former boxing heavy-
weight champion Floyd
Patterson, died at his home
on May 11 in New Paltz, N.Y.
He had Alzheimer's disease
for about eight years and
prostate cancer, nephew
Sherman Patterson said. He
was 71.
Patterson avenged an
embarrassing loss to Ingemar
A L A Johansson by beating him a
Floyd Patterson year later to become the first
boxer to regain the heavyweight title by historic highs and
humiliating lows.
He emerged from a troubled childhood in Brooklyn to
win the Olympic middleweight championship in 1952.
In 1956, the undersized heavyweight became at age 21
the youngest man to win the title with a fifth-round knock-
out of Archie Moore.Three years later, Patterson was
knocked down seven times in the third round, losing the
title to Johansson at the Polo Grounds in New York City.
Patterson returned with a vengeance at the same site in 1960,
knocking out Johansson with a tremendous left hook.to
retake the title.
Despite his accomplishment, he was so humiliated when
he lost the title on a first-round knockout to Sonny Liston in
1962 that he left Comiskey Park in Chicago wearing dark
glasses and a fake beard. Patterson again was knocked out in
the first round by Liston in 1963. Patterson got two more
shots at winning the title a third time. Battered and taunted
for most of the fight by Muhammad Ali, Patterson was
stopped in the 12th round in 1965. He lost a disputed 15-
round decision to WBA champion Jimmy Ellis in 1968.
Patterson finished 55-8-1 with 40 knockouts. He was
knocked out five times and knocked down a total of at least
15 times. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall
of Fame in 1991. After retiring in 1972, Patterson remained
close to the sport, serving twice as chairman of the New York
State Athletic Commission. Patterson and his second wife,
Janet, lived on a farm near New Paltz, N.Y. After leaving the
athletic commission, Patterson counseled troubled children
for the New York State Office of Children and Family
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ry with 862 receptions and
llth in receiving yards. He
has more receptions than
every receiver in the Hall of
Fame, and only Marvin
Harrison has more catches
and yards receiving than
Smith since 1996.
Smith contemplated
retirement during the offsea-
son, but Jaguars coach Jack
Del Rio asked him to take


Jimmy Smith
What many fans of the
Jacksonville Jaguars expect-
ed would happen next sea-
son has already happened
long before the team begins
the 2006 season--prolific
wide receiver Jimmy Smith
stepping away from the
game.
Smith is a five-time Pro
Bowl selection who over-
came several health prob-
lems and a drug addiction
during his 13 seasons. He
made his retirement
announcement during a
scheduled news conference
May 11 with the
Jacksonville Jaguars. His
retirement was first reported
by FoxSports.com.
The 37-year-old receiver
led the Jags with 70 catches
for 1,023 yards and six
touchdowns last season. He
ranks seventh in NFL histo-


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his time and be sure he was
making the right choice. His
announcement came a day
before the team opened a
three-day minicamp.
The third receiver select-
ed in the 1992 draft behind
Desmond Howard and Carl
Pickens, Smith broke his leg
and missed most of his rook-
ie season. In 1993, he need-
ed an emergency appendec-


TOP FRAME: Jimmy Smith celebrates after scoring a
touchdown during a home game at AlIItel Stadium. BOT-
TOM FRAME: Smith catches a pass while being dou-
bled team by Cleveland defenders.


tomy and suffered through
infection and stomach prob-
lems. He missed the entire
year. He didn't play in 1994,
either, after getting cut by
Dallas and Philadelphia.
In 1995, he caught on
with the expansion Jaguars
after his mother sent coach
Tom Coughlin a binder of
press clippings to help him
earn a tryout.
He made the most of his
chance and set receiving
records that could be hard to
break.
Hornets' Paul Named
-NBA's Rookie
Of The Year
OK LA-
HOMA CITY -
At least one
person out there
thinks there was
Chris an NBA rookie
Paul who had a better
season than Chris Paul. And
that only gives the Ne\\
IOrleans point guard a little
Extra incentive.
Paul was a runaway
choice for the NBA's Rookie
of the Year award
Wednesday, receiving all but
one of the 125 first-place
votes from a panel of media
members. Utah guard Deron
Williams -- who was taken
with the No. 3 pick in last
year's draft, one spot ahead
of Paul-- received the only
other first-place vote.


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EDITOR'S NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of law. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports are a
matter of public record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.
THREATENING TELEPHONE CALLS -- An officer was
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harassing phone call. Upon arrival the officer met with the vic-
tim who stated that her ex-husband has been harassing her by
sending text messages from his cell phone to hers which indi-
cates that he is going to "hurt her."
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dence conducting the investigation, the suspect sent the threat-
ening text message. The victim mentioned that in the past, the
suspect has hit her on several occasions. However, she has
been afraid to report it because she was arrested after an inci-
dent where she called because he had hit her.
The victim shares four children with the suspect. She added
that the suspect is continuously in contact with her and the chil-
dren since their recent divorce.
The suspect is an active member of the U. S. Navy attached to
Harbor Operations at Naval Station Mayport.
The victim is afraid of the suspect, and fears that he may act
out his threats to harm her. The victim has notified the sus-
pect's supervisor at the Naval Station.
The officer recommended that the victim obtain an injunction
for protection against the suspect. She said she would. The
officer provided the victim with a state attorney's card with
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DATE: May 3, 2006
PUBLIC NOTICE
FOR
REQUEST FOR CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION
TO BID FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF DAMES POINT
CONTAINER TERMINAL
PROJECT ONE
JPA CONTRACT C-11428
Statement of Qualifications will be received by the ,Procurement
Services/Contracts Department of the Jacksonville Port Authority
(JAXPORT) until 5:00 P.M. local time, on June 9, 2006, to prequalify to bid
for the construction of Dames Point Container Terminal, Project One;
located in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida.
MANDATORY MEETING
A MEETING WILL BE HELD PRIOR TO RECEIPT. OF ANY STATE-
MENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS PROJECT. THE MEETING
WILL BE ON MAY 17, 2006 AT 1:30 P.M.. IN THE PUBLIC MEETING
ROOM, FIRST FLOOR OF THE PORT CENTRAL OFFICE BUILDING,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32206. 'NO STATEMENT OF QUALIFICA-
TIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM ANY FIRM NOT ATTENDING THIS
MEETING. THE MEETING WILL REVIEW THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
OF THE RFQ, AFFORD TIME FOR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, AND
PROVIDE THE OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE DAMES POINT CON-
TAINER TERMINAL SITE.

INVITATION TO SUBMITRESPONSES TO THE

ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested par-
ties respond to the solicitations) below\ b 2:00 p.m., Tuesday,
June 6, 2006. Further information is available through Onvia
DemandStar at \wnv.demandstar.com [(800) 711-1712], or the
District's website at ,ww \.snrwmd.com. Proposal packages may
be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling
Madeline Northcutt, CPPB, Contracts Administratdr at (386) 329-
4424.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NUMBER SK401RA

CONTRACT LABORATORY SERVICES

The District intends to select two commercial laboratories to per-
form analysis on ground water and surface water samples that
exceed the capacity of the District laboratory. Work will be dis-
tributed between the two contract labs in accordance with the
Statement of Work.

The estimated budget for the first term of this project is
$637,353.00.

A NON-MANDATORY pre-proposal conference is scheduled for
11:00 a.m., Friday,'May i9,, 2006.


District Headquarters

The pre-proposal conference is intended to provide Proposers the
opportunity to receive clarification of any requirement of this
Request For Proposal.

District staff will meet at District headquarters at 1:00 p.m., June
15, 2006, to evaluate and rank Proposals. Staff's recommendation
will be presented to the Governming Board at its July 11, 2006,
meeting.

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested through
Madeline Northcutt, CPPB, Contracts.Administrator or by calling
(386) 329-4450 (TDD), at least five (5) business days before the
date needed.


Your Weekly Horoscope

(MAY 13, 2006-MAY 19, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) An exasperating
week is coming
up for you as old
friends and family
get together and
plan the upcom-
ing. This is not a good time
to go on spending sprees
unless you need to purchase
necessities; bargain hunting
just came back into style.
The business plans you have
been working on show signs
of becoming a reality as
someone offers you finan-
cial backing. Be sure to keep
a controlling interest as this
is your train and you know
best how to blow the whis-.
tie. Dreams will take you to
fantastic places this week
but it will be a flight of
fancy. This week lucky
numbers are: 2, 8, 16, 20,
22.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21) The finances are
settled and all the
papers signed,
now all that is left
is the moving.
Moving into your new home
will take up most of your
week. Everyone is ecstatic
over the new place so try to
keep hold of a possibly short
temper so you do not spoil
the fun. Remember, you
only move into your first
home for the first time, once.
Try to be sure everyone
comes through this .with a lot
of happy memories they can
share in later years. Your
dreams are prophetic and
may contain a warning rele-
vant to the latter part. of the
week. Meditate on them
until you are sure you get it.
This week lucky numbers
are: 10, 16, 18, 24, 30.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) Apply common
sense to your present home
Situation and you
\vill be able to
remove the stress
that is building
up over your new employ-
ment. Being straight forward
with a person is the only
way to go as the other per-
son can tell if you are being
completely honest. Don't be
talked out of reaching your
goal when you are so close
to making your big break-
through. A child may give
you a few problems but
nothing you can't handle
with love and tact. You will
have some fantastic dreams
so watch for them. Serial
dreams are rarely remem-
bered but you may get that
treat this week This week
lucky numbers are: 2, 8, 12,
18, 26.
Cancer June 21- July
22) You have to put your
business first and
that does not
I'''..)/ always sit well
L with you as this
week your compassion and
understanding will prevent
others from having emotion-
al pain and depression when
you make a decision that
may not have their best
interests at heart. Rest
assured you are a great alter-
native to a power mad boss
who runs roughshod over
everyone in sight. Your
dreams serve to entertain
: you this week and lift your
spirits when you are feeling
low. A little quiet meditation


clears things up for you.
This week lucky numbers
are: 4, 14, 20, 22, 34.
Leo (July 23 August
22) Go on and get
away this week,
you'll come back
in better shape


and you may even have new
clients waiting when you
return. Try to make time for
visiting some special friends
since your work schedule
has prevented your seeing
them for a while they are
anxious to see and talk with
you. And, a short trip will
refresh your mind and your
energies this week. Dreams
will be vivid and have a
message that increases your
faith and belief by leaps and
bounds. A good Technicolor
dream week for you is in
store so listen carefully to
the messages. This week
lucky numbers are: 12, 22,
24, 30, 52.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) You are
somewhat of a
philosopher and
everyone loves to
gather round you
and listen. You can and do
use some of this talent to
-help others as they lose their
path in life. You would be
surprised how someone with
an uplifting spirit is so hard
to find. Bevware of large ani-
mals this week as they can
look very deceptive and be
more aggressive than they
appear at first. Dreams this
week are for your entertain-
ment and should be taken as
such. An angel may bump
into you on the street and
you treat him well. This
week lucky numbers are: 2,
8, 12, 36, 38,
Libra (September 23
October 23)A new posi-
tion at work will
become vacant
, this week and it
looks like you
could have the clear path to
filling it. An old friend perks
your interest when you real-
ize that this person is feeling
romantic about you and,
unlike the someone else,
truly likes you. Don't be
taken in by someone this
week who does not under-
stand you. You have only
one attraction for this person
and Ill give you the three
guesses, free. Work is satis-
fying this week as you
accomplish more in less
time. This week lucky num-
bers are: 20, 40, 44, 46, 56.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21)
I Diplomacy is
your greatest
strength and you
may be called on
to put it to use this week as
you are appointed mediator
by your friends and family.
Everything you do, you do
well and this is no excep-
tion. However; do not get
too involved in the personal
affairs. of other people any
deeper than you have to, you
could end up being the 'bad
guy' in their minds if the
decisions did not go ,their
way. If you treat all
strangers well you may-be
treating with angels
unawares. This week lucky
numbers are: 4, 6, 18, 34,
42,
Sagittarius
(November 22 -
December 21) A new job
or position is
coming your way
and it looks like a
good one to latch
onto. A friend needs a sym-
pathetic ear and yours is the
chosen one. Your advise is


as sound as you always
make it and you save your
friend from making a bad
mistake. An aggressive indi-
vidual is not a happy person
and you find this out this
week as you tread on the


wrong toes and get an amaz-
ing reaction. Children will
need your guidance so plan
to work with your local
youth groups. This week
lucky numbers are: 14, 20,
30, 32, 36,
Ca p r i c o r n
(December 22 January
19)A friend may ask a favor
from you that you really
don't want to do
so you let this
person down easy
as you help him
find help elsewhere. This
week will find you going on
a refurbishing spree either at
home or at the business
office; don't let those expen-
ditures get too far out of
hand. If you are not the boss
or the owner, use common
sense at work this week as
you are highly creative but
the boss may not like your
approach to a particular
project he/she has outlined
for you to do their way. Your
dreams this week will be
helpful in all areas if you
pay close attention to them.
They can, even warn you if
you are on the brink of trou-
ble. This week lucky num-
bers are: 4, 8, 20, 32, 34,
Aquarius (January
20 .Your performance on
the job is is rocking this
week as you get everything
finished way ahead of
schedule. Be a self starter on


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other things that needs doing
but be careful you are not so
efficient that you work your-
self out of a few hours pay
by getting to go home early.
Slow down, you
are not in a race
and the boss does-
n't want things
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pass on a good investment
idea to a friend and you both
do well. A new love is on the
horizon this week for you.
Listen carefully to your
dreams as they are more pro-
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and have hidden messages.
It would pay you to spend
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This week lucky numbers
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Pisces (February 19 -
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you won't have to worry
about trying to change them.
Some people can't change
and in the long run you will
be glad they didn't. It would
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Meet Sahara Garey.
She is your typical 14-
year-old teen. She loves
doing "girl" stuff such
as talking to her friends
on the phone or chat-
ting with them on line
with her computer and
definitely loves to
shop. She is soulfully
attractive and can com-
mand the full attention
of any red blooded teen
male in just about any-
thing she chooses to
wear. Garey has a very
positive, effervesant
personality and is vig-
orously full of life. She
may be young in years
and fun loving, but she
is very serious about
her passion for profes-
sional acting..
In her latest feature
film, AKEELAH and
THE BEE (Lionsgate
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role of Georgia,
Akeelah's best friend.
This writer strongly
recommends that
everyone who reads
this interview, see this
film. Garey's first act-
ing job was in the kids
TV pilot "The Pinky
The Clown Show, "
where she played a
puppet who turned into


a real child then turned
back into a puppet at the
end. This was followed
with a recurring role on
the hit NBC-TV daytime
drama "Days of Our
Lives." Afterwards a
string of guest star roles
ensued i.e., NBC's
"American Dreams, "
Disney's "That's So
Raven, and FX's "The
Shield, to name a few.
So how did this star-
let get started as such a
young age? Garey lights
up, "In the beginning
when I was living in
Texas (she's a native of
Houston), I was doing a
ton of beauty pageants
and I traveled every-
where, so that's where I
started." Garey actually
started doing pageants at
age two. While she was
nine years old, she was
watching a Juicy juice
commercial and turned
to her mom and said that
she wanted to be on the
TV like the children she
was watching. Her mom
made her choose
between doing the pag-
eants and acting and of
course, she chose the lat-
ter.
Akeelah cont'd on D-5!


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By Rych McCain

Music:
Mult-Platinum
artists Twista, Kanye
West and Keyshia Cole
are teamed and featured
on. the new Mission
Impossible III sound-
track performing a
remake of the tune
"Impossible," which
was a hit for the 70's
super group "New


Birth." Twista will pres-
ent his 2nd Annual
Bottles & Models
Memorial Day Weekend
affair with King
Magazine. Miami's own
DJ K.Foxxx and Buffie
The Body are some of the
special guest, plus there
will be a lingerie fashion
show and a performance
by the Speedknot
Mobstaz.


Rowdy Records
recording artist Sammie
is currently on the eight
city Pantene Pro V Total
You Tour which started
in Houston and will end
in New York. Look for
his new CD to drop this
month. The original
Dogg Pound is back.
They are on tour, opening
for Ice Cube with the
Clipse. Kurupt, aka
Young Gotti will release


his album June 20th and
seven days later, The
Dogg Pound will
release "Cali Is Alive. "
In addition, Daz
Dillinger will release
his self-produced So So
Def debut album titled
So So Gangsta. Another
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Akeelah continued from D-1
After Garey and her
parents agreed on her
pursuing a professional
acting career, they set the
wheels in motion to do
it. Garey further elabo-
rated, "After my mom
and dad said OK, they
really took a leap of
faith. My dad transferred
his job and we all moved
here to California. Then
I started taking classes to
develop my acting
skills." Garey was- ten
years old when she land-
ed in Los Angeles. What
was her biggest -adjust-
ment to her new loca-
tion? She says, "I would
have to say that all of my
family is there in Texas
and here it's just my
mom, dad, bother and
me so it's kind of hard


getting to know every-
one, getting to know
where were going and all
of the places. We've kind
of adjusted a little bit."
Garey is home
schooled. She auditioned
for her Akeelah role
seven times before she
got the call that the part
was hers. As she puts it
"I was in Vons (an LA
area grocery store),
when my manager called
me. I started screaming
and scared those old
people
people around me. I
started screaming and
dancing." This was her
first feature film and she
was so excited. Garey
did a pretty good job for
a first timer. She had a
good number of scenes
to do and was very
believable as an on


screen best friend to
actress KeKe Palmer
who played Akeelah.
Garey relished the
entire experience and
said, "I loved of course,
being in front of the
camera, that's my home.
right there and I loved
being on the set with the
cast. Angela Bassett was
so nice to me. She sat
there and would talk to
me when we weren't
doing anything. She
actually fell asleep on
my shoulder one day
because we were both
tired, it was getting
late." Garey is currently
lining up new projects
including plugging the
Ed Hardy brand T-shirt
and clothes. She is well
on her way to doing big
things.


Johnson continued from D-4
dance.
"Ms. Johnson created
a great atmosphere and
she also gave a true per-
spective on becoming an
A frican American
female business owner,"
said Ms. Cottrell. "She
was able to stand in the
midst of adversity and
make it through.
"She is a wonderful
role model for women,
especially women of
color. BET gave Pro-
Line its first advertise-
ment and I am so grate-
ful that after all these
years she is still making
a difference."
Initially, Deshon
Edmond of Delotte said
she didn't plan to attend
the luncheon but after
hearing Johnson, she is
glad she that she
changed her schedule.
"Ms. Johnson
brought to light that in


2006, racism is still
alive," said Edmond:
"She is the glass ceiling,
the eye opener and I
really enjoyed her mes-
sage."
The message was
simple as Johnson left
the audience of nearly
300 with a few words of
encouragement.
"As women entrepre-
neurs we must live our
lives to the fullest and
find our passion," con-
cluded Johnson, adding
that they must make a
promise to never lose
their vision and to takel
responsibility for their
own goals. "Don't pro-
crastinate, and support
each other."


TV IN BAC


HIGHLIGHTS
WEEK OF 05/13/06

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
entertaining, humorous,
and incisive manner. fea-
turing best-selling author,
syndicated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary.
Saturday
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit -with


Donna Richardson
Joyner, www.don-
narichardson.com
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour
public affairs program
giving you the inside
scoop from a black per-
spective of the political
activity in the nation's
capital.
*Sat. 5/13, 12:00 p.m. -
Janet's Birthday Bash -
TV One is throwing a
party. Catch the "Janet
Jackson Birthday Bash"
marathon on Sat, May
13th at noon with back-
toback episodes of "Good
Times" until 9:30 p.m.
*Sun. 4/14, 3:00 p.m. -
The Bingo Long
Traveling All Stars &
Motor Kings Movie
(1976) with Richard
Pryor, James Earl Jones,
Billy Dee Williams. Tired


of the slave-like treatment
of his team's owner,
charismatic star Negro
League pitcher Bingor
Long takes to the road
with his band of barn-
stormers through the
small towns of the
Midwest in the 1930's. An
excellent film and good
acting all around.
*Mon. 5/15, 1:00 p.m. -A
Family Thing Movie
(1996) with James Earl
Jones, Robert Duvall,
Irma P. Hall, Michael
Beach, and Regina
Taylor.
*Mon. 5/15, 8:00 p.m. -
"Black Don't Crack: The
Cosmetic Surgery
Debate" Documentary
examining the patients,
doctors and issues in the
world of plastic surgery
among African
Americans.
*Tues. 5/16, 1:00 p.m. -
The Defiant Ones -


Movie


(1958) with,


Sidney Poitier, Tony
Curtis. Directed by
Stanley Kramer. Joker
Jackson and Noah Cullen
are two. convicts on a
chain gang who hate each
other. After a truck prison
accident, they flee and are
pursued by the police.
While they're chained, the
two are dependent on one
another. When they-even-
tually get rid of their
chains, their hostility has
been changed into fellow-
ship and respect.
*Wed. 5/17, 1:00 p.m. -
The Child Saver Movie
(1988) starring Alfre
Woodard, Michael
Warren, Mario Van
Peebles.
*Thurs. 5/18, 1:00 p.m. -
Cornbread, Earl and Me -
Movie (1975) with Moses
Gunn, Bernie Casey,
Rosalind Cash, Madge
Sinclair, Laurence
Fishburne. Cornbread, a
gifted basketball -player,-


has won a scholarship and
is about to get out of the
ghetto when, in a case of
Mistaken identity, he's
shot by the police. The
kids in the neighborhood
worshipped Cornbread,
and the police are trying
to cover up the murder.
An 11 year old boy saw it
all... on his testimony
rests the explosive case!
(1975)

Black Family Channel
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Monday Saturday, 5
a.m. 8 a.m. & Sundayr-
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


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Whassup continued from D-1
DPGC member,
Soopafly, is set to drop
Bangin West Coast.
TV:
The Jonsson Cancer
Center Foundation at
UCLA will be hosting its
1.1th Annual signature
fundraiser benefit on
May 20, 2006, at the
Regent Beverly Wilshire.
The event will honor
Alex Wallau, President of
ABC Network
Operations and
Administration
1.
with "Gil Nickel


Humanitarian Award. "
The event will also fea-
ture a very special live
performance by Chris
Martin of Coldplay.
Barbara Fairchild, edi-
tor-in-chief of Bon
Appetite Magazine, is the
Event Chair. Robert Iger,
President and CEO of
The Walt Disney
Company and his wife,
journalist, Willow Bay
are the Co-Chairs of the
Dinner Committee. This
extraordinary evening is
expected to be a very star
studded event, including
members from ABC's top
rated shows.


Movies:
Mission Impossible
III; Paramount Pictures;
starring Tom Cruise,
Philip Seymour
Hoffman, Ving Rhames,
Billy Crudup, Michelle
Monaghan, Jonathan
Rhys Meyers, Keri
Russell, Maggie Q and
Laurence Fishburne.
Directed by J.J. Abrams.
Written by Alex
Kurtzman, Roberto Orci
& J.J. Abrams. Produced
by Tom Cruise and
Paula Wagner for
Curise/Wagner
Productions.
This movie may be


the best Mission
Impossible movie yet.
With the exception of an
unreal building to build-
ing leap 60 stories above
ground and a computer
chip micro bomb being
shot up his nose, him
defusing it, dying and
being resuscitated by to
life ready to fight; Tom
Curse does pull this one
off as agent Ethan Hunt
with a large degree of
credibility. Plus he did his
own stunt work as he
usually does. The sup-
porting cast was a very
capable ensemble whose
mix of chemistry and on


screen persona meshed to
perfection to deliver a
high tension, in-your-
face, adrenalin rush
action flick. This movie
does live up to the hype
and will keep you
evolved from start to firi-
ish.
Hit me up by e-mail at
feedbackrych@sbcglob-
al.net and check Andre's
images out at
www.bernagency.pho-
toreflect.com.
Maat-Hotep!
Rych


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