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Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
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Newspaper
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English
Creator:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Shenice
Holmes was only 13-years-old but she
was living as an example for those who
observed and admired her as a seventh-
grade honor student at Highlands Middle
School. She enjoyed reading and even
though she was very quiet, she was well
liked. Who would have thought that on
Mother's Day, while sitting .in her room
engaged in her favorite past time read-
ing a stray bullet would come through
her .window, penetrate her stomach, and
take her young life away, years before she
could continue her road to success.
The Harts Road/Dunn Avenue area
was, not so long ago, a very safe and
respected area. Now, according to the res-
idents, it is not unusual to hear gunshots.
Murdered Teen continued on A-7


Search is Over for Murder Suspect

Captured in Glynn County, Ga.


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Benjamin L. Washington
Suspect
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
-There was a party in
Mayport, Florida at an
apartment complex and


both Chad Henderson, 19
and Benjamin Lee
Washington, 19, were in
a t t e n d a n c e
It is understood that
Henderson had a swastika
tattoo on his arm and during
the discussion regarding the
tattoo, a gunshot was heard
and at that point, the large
group dispersed and
Henderson was left to die on
the floor.
The owner of the apart-
ment said that Henderson
was a quiet person that she
loved dearly.
His tattoo may have been
offensive for some but it


should not have caused his
death, she said. Everyone
left the party when they
heard the gunshots, includ-
ing the suspect.
Washington's family was
worried about his life since
it was reported that he had
a gun but, he was located
one week later (Thursday)
in Glynn County, Georgia.
Washington had not been
returned to Jacksonville at
the time of printing but his
family is relieved that he
was not caught up in a gun-,
fight and can return to
Jacksonville and give his
side of the story.


Artis Gilmore-A Jacksonville


NewImmigration Law Legend -Arrested


along the southern border
but there is no concern
for the illegal immigrants
who may come into the
United States from the
north or even on ships, as


14th Annual Job Fair Draws Many


Congresswoman Corrine Brown at her 14th Annual
FCCJ Job Fair with Retired Navy Chief Petty Officer
Tim Davis (Eletronic Technician), searching for a
job.

Wild Driving or Running?
A 38-year old South
Florida woman was arrested
Thursday morning on two
counts each of aggravated '
fleeing and attempting to
elude and reckless driving .,
from two counties with addi-'
tional charges pending in a
third county. St. Johns .,-
County Sheriffs Deputies '''i :. .
arrested the suspect, identi- .-
fled as Patricia Young, 38, Ft. Patricia Young
Lauderdale, after she crashed Suspect
her vehicle into a light pole
on 1-95, north of R. 210 following a three county pursuit.
The Flagler County Sheriffs Office received a
B.O.L.O. from the Volusia County Sheriffs Office and
Florida Highway Patrol, in reference to a female driving a
BMW recklessly and refusing.to stop at 6:00 a.m.
Wild Driving continued on A-7


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SUNS PROMOTIONS-Sunday, May 21 3:05 p.m.
Credit Union Day and the Zooperstars! The first appearance this year
of Clammy Sosa, Nomar Garciaparrot and all their crazy friends!
Sponsored by the Credit Unions of North Florida and WAPE 95.1FM. All
kids get a free autographed Southpaw baseball card and it's the last

', chance to see Elvis Himselvis this year! After the game, Kids Run the
/i Bases, sponsored by Solantic.


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.Touchimoi Road
Gilino're's -, hicle, left the-
roadd%%a biij strUck a tree
just beforec ox erttimiing-on
its roof'. Two %x itnessses
c~ame, upon Ahe crash,
found h~im hanging from
his seat belt and removed
him from they vehicle.
The officer said that
Gilmore told him that he,
.had had a -few glasses of
wine earlier and was oni
his way home. However,
the officer said he could
still smell a strong odor of
alcoholic, beverage and
asked' him to do a 'few
exercises.
Now, Mr. Gilmore is
57 years of age, so even
With a little alcohol, it
would not b'e easy, even.
for a former MVP, to walk
and turn on one leg. Of
course, he failed the test,
Was arrested and his blood
alcohol, level was 0.14.,
The. legal limit is 0.-08.
Okay Mr. Gilmore, you
:know that man upstairs
was with you. We. thank
~him.
Mr. Gilmore sustained
no injuries.


1 'was Jearnee that ~;
stowaway'~from Panama
did earlier, this -,xeek inl
Brunswick, ironicalIN onl
a ship coming direcstlN
from Korea.
The other big concern
is the use, of 6.000O
National Guards to patrol
the bo'kders'.
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sion on, thle ...oll-stru'ctioll
of 3 70 ini i s of tr iple-la'y-
ered fence along the
Mexican border and 500
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When Artis Gilmore,
at 7'2" `arrived at
Jacksonville University,
the city made history as
the soft spoken male,
number 53, 235 pounds
player ran' across the
court blockhwys shots and
making b~askets- "The
Big A Alias BATMAN'
Gilmore played for 18.
years in the ABA and the
NBA. He made basket-:
ball proud. He played
with the Chicago Bulls,
San Antonio Spurs and
the Boston Celtics. He
was a five time All-Sta'r
and was MVP in"1974.
On Wednesday, he
may not have felt proud
but he must surely feel
blessed after crashing in


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Black Church Responzds To Internet
Porn Companeies Targeting Blacks

BOSTON, May k8 /Christian Newswire/ -- Black
pastors across the country are taking a stand on
Internet 'pornography companies-that are targeting the
Black community by highjacking domain names of
Black leaders to use for pornography websites.
Both MartinLutherKing.com and JesseJackson.com
are now owned by an Internet pornography company
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'Black Culture

C~CNN's Tony Harris
interviewed Bl ob
~i -before his commencement
address .to graduates of
Spellman College in Atlanta
r.,son May 14. In his- inter-
N lexv' Cosby addressed
isstiees regarding modern
B I ack culture.

TONY HARRIS, CNN
ANCHOR: When you
Bill Cosby speak to this class
today. ..
BILI, COSBY, COMEDIAN: Yes.
HARRIS: Give me a se nse of what you'll say.'
-COSBY: We're at a time when you look at numbers
--and people are just throwing numbers out, and these
numbers tend to have no feeling -- about the incarcer-
ated African-American male. But it. sounds like it's not
good news if the African-American female i~s looking
for a love partner, a mate, a business partner, a mar-
riage partner, whatever you want to call it, someone to
build a family and a home with.
This is not your grandmother's world. It's a whole
different p~lace. And you've got to think about you tak--
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TO BE EQUAL
Pass the Voting Rights Act 2006 Now
Marc H. Morial
President and Chief Executive National Urban League


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


The National Urban
League has made renewing
and strengthening the Voting
Rights Act (VRA) a top prior-
ity. Our affiliates from across
the country brought the power
of the Urban League
Movement to Capitol Hill,
where action on the VRA has
been a key focus of our annual
Legislative Policy Conference
during the last two years and
renewal was a top recommen-
dation of our annual scholarly
volume, The State of Black
America 2005.
In addition to testifying
before Congress, I have
repeatedly called for swift
Congressional action on the
VRA in personal meetings
with Members of Congress, in
speeches, television appear-
ances and in this column.
Our efforts bore fruit this
week with the introduction of
the "Fannie Lou Hamer, Rosa
Parks, and Coretta Scott King
Voting Rights Act
Reauthorization and
Amendments Act of 2006."
Sponsored by a bipartisan
group of House Members
and Senators, led by Reps.
John Conyers and Mel Watt,
Senator Barack Obama, the
Speaker of the House, the
Senate Majority and Minority
Leaders and the Chairmen of.
both the House and Senate
Judiciary Committees, this
important and historic biparti-
san legislation shows us what
can be done when political
leaders work together 'for the
common good.


CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
PUBLISHER
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


In fact, the majority of all the
Department of Justice's objec-
tions to discriminatory voting
practices and procedures have
occurred since 1982, when
Section 5 was last reautho-
rized.
Evidence of the hundreds
,of Section 5 objections and
numerous successful voting
cases that have been brought
during that period provide fur-
ther documentation of the per-
sistence of discrimination in
jurisdictions covered by the
expiring provisions.
Additionally, the record illus-
trates that thousands of United
States citizens continue to face

discrimination and need VRA
mandated language assistance
to ensure that they can cast an
effective ballot.
The "Voting Rights Act
Reauthorization and
Amendments Act of 2006"
addresses this compelling
record by renewing the VRA's
temporary provisions for 25
years. The bill reauthorizes
and restores Section 5 to the
original congressional intent
that has been undermined by
the Supreme Court in Reno v.
Bossier Parish II and Georgia
v. Ashcroft. The Bossier fix
prohibits implementation of
any voting change motivated
by a discriminatory purpose.
The Georgia fix clarifies that
Section 5 is intended to protect
the ability of minority citizens
to elect their candidates of
choice. Section 203 is being
renewed to continue to pro-
vide language minority citi-
zens with equal access to vot-
ing without language barriers,
using coverage determinations
based on the American
Community Survey Census
data. The bill also keeps the


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federal observer provisions in
place and authorizes recovery
of expert witness fees in law-
suits brought to enforce the
VRA.
Ensuring that the Voting
Rights Act continues to safe-
guard the voting rights of
Americans has become ever
more important given the dis-
placement of hundreds of
thousands of people of color
from their communities in
Louisiana, Mississippi, and
Alabama as a result of
Hurricane Katrina. These
evacuees must continue to
have full voting rights in their
home voting districts so that
they can have a voice in the
rebuilding of their communi-
ties and so that democracy in
all its dimensions continues to
be a part of the reconstruction
of the South and of America
itself.
Expanding the opportunity
to vote in America goes far
beyond ensuring that minority
voters have a voice or. that
African American politicians
get elected. By opening up the
political process, the Voting
Rights Act has made available
a broader pool of political tal-
ent, thereby greatly improving
the quality of representation
for all voters. The VRA has
been instrumental in moving
America closer to its true
promise and, thus, has signifi-
cantly benefited every single
American, regardless of their
race, economic status, national
origin or political party.
I urge every member of the
House and Senate to immedi-
ately:pass the "Voting Rights
Act Reauthorization and
Amendments Act of 2006."
Strengthen and renewv the
Voting Rights Act no\\!


The Voting Rights Act,
without question, is our
nation's most successful civil
rights law. Enacted in 1965 in
direct response to persistent
and purposeful discrimination
through literacy tests, poll
taxes, intimidation, threats,
and violence, the VRA has
enfranchised millions. of
African American citizens by
eliminating discriminatory
practices and removing other
barriers to their political par-
ticipation. In the process, the
VRA has made the promise of
democracy a reality for all
Americans.
Three key provisions of the
VRA will expire next year,
unless they are renewed:
Section 5 prevents voting
practices with a discriminatory
purpose or effect from being
implemented. Section 203
requires certain jurisdictions to
provide language assistance to
voters in areas with high con-
,centrations of citizens who are
limited-English proficient and
illiterate.
Sections 6-9 authorize the
federal government to use
observers in elections to mon-
itor VRA compliance. The-
Congressional hearings in
which I testified highlighted
an important reality: while
progress has been made under
the VRA, much work remains
to be done.
The hearings revealed that
significant discrimination in
voting is still pervasive in
jurisdictions covered by die
expiring provisions of the Act.


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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-
INFORMATION KICK-OFF-Information on the 12-day
Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruise will be presented
Saturday, May 20, 2:00 p.m., in the educational complex of
First A.M.E. Church, where Gillard S. Glover is the pastor.
First A.M.E. Church is located at 91 Old Kings Road in Palm
Coast, Fla. The biblical journey is called "The Footsteps of
Paul." Ports of call are Rome, Naples, Rhodes,
Izmir/Ephesus, Instanbul, Athens, Katakolon and Livomo.
For cost and more details, call Committee Chairman Diana
McKie-Robinson at (386) 793-5100. The committee is
working on an optional pre or post-Egypt excursion plus the
airfares to Rome and Egypt.
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, Saturday, May 20, 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.
LEONA DANIELS-New Fountain Chapel A.M.E. Church,
737 Jessie St., will celebrate its annual Leora Daniels Day
on May 21. During Church School at 9:00 a.m., Morning
worship at 10:45 a.m., and Evening Worship at 3:30 p.m.
Eunice Harmon, Chairman. Helen Clemons, Co-Chairman.
Rev. Louis Kirkland, Pastor.
SERIOUS PRAISE SERVICE-Sword and Shield
Kingdom Outreach ministry 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 sanctuarN of the church. Deacon Ronald
Smith. Chairman. R.L. Gundy, Pastor.
ANNIVERSARY-Believers in Christ Christian Center will
celebrate its 11th 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


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Preplanning A Funeral?


To preplan a funeral, it is
advisable to sit down with sour
family You should also sit do'\n
%,ith a funeral director and decide
what kind of service \ou %ant.
what happens to the bod,. what
kind of casket.
The casket is about 50'0o of the
cost of the funeral. So it's the most
expensive item Do you %ant steel?
Do \ou want %ood' You Ikno. do
\ou want it for cremation? Do \ou
want it to be buried in the ground?
So you should lay out all of
those details and then fnd out what
the, cost is. That's easy to do
because the Federal Trade
Commission requires funeral direc-
tors to la1 out prices.
You just have to make a phone
call and say, "I want a ser ice list,"!
aid they should provide that infor-


mation on the phone or in person.
and then .ou set aside moneN.
You could set it aside in a
payable-on-death account w ith
someone else as the sun t\ or or the
funeral director In other %words, it
doesn't go through probate. It goes
right to the funeral director or to
the suni.or; son. daughter, who-
ever )ou might want to designate.
Or Nou can just take from
existing funeral insurance plans.
life insurance plans, So there are a
variety of ways that you can do
that w without pa. ing in advance.


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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.


Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to:
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Dr. Henry J. Lyon Is Revival Speaker
At St. Joseph Baptist Church

Rev. Dr. Henry J.:Lyons,
renowned, prolific ,pastor
: teacher will be the guest
speaker for the annual SPIRI-
TUAL REVIVAL services to
.'''* '< -". be held at St. Joseph
S Missionary Baptist Church,
Rev. Dr. H.T. Rhim, Pastor.
Services are scheduled
Slightly, NMonday
I | Wednesday, May 22 24, at
a. 7:30 p.m.
SDr. Lyons currently serves
Sas Pastor of New Salem .
Rev. Dr. Henry J. Lyons Missionary Baptist Church,
STampa,. FL and is distin-
guished as the former Academic Dean of Cincinnati Baptist
College, Cincinnati. OH.
He served as pastor-leacher atAbyssiniaBaptist Church.
Brunswick GA, Macedonia Baptist Church, Thomaston.
GA, and Bethel Metropolitan Baptist Church. St. Petersburg.
FL.
Dr. Lyons is most known as the former President of the
Florida General Baptist Convention and of the National
Baptist Convention USA.
The public is invited to be blessed bN these services. The
church is located 485 W. First Street (corner of 1st & Broad
Streets), downtown Jacksonville.








A well-known speaker started off his seminar
by holding up a $20 bill. :
In a room full of people, he asked,
: J'"Who would like this $20 bill?"
Hands started going up. The speaker said,
"I am going to give this $20 to one of you.
but first, let me do this. ,;
He-proceeded to crumple the $20 dollar bill up.
He then asked. "Who still wants it?"
Still the hands were
.up in the air.
"Well," he replied,.
what if I do this?"
He dropped the money on'
the ground and started
to grind it into the floor

".e '' "-'" ,He picked it up,
now crumpled and dirty.
"Now \~ho still wants it?"
Still the hands went into the air.
"My friends, you have all learned a very valuable lesson.
No matter what I did to the money,
you still wanted it because it did not decrease in' value.
It was still worth $20. The same is true about people."
Many times in our lives, we are dropped, crumpled,
and ground into the dirt by the decisions we make
and the circumstances that come our way.
We feel as though we are worthless.
But no matter what has happened or what
will ever happen,
you will never lose your value in God's eyes.
To Him, dirty or clean, crumpled or finely creased,
you are still priceless.


Psalm 17:8 states that God will keep us, "
as the apple of His eye."
The worth' of our lives comes not in what we do
or who we are but by WHOSE WE ARE!

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The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

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


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


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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
S Sunday Schoo 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
S. Sunday Praise &,Worship 8:00 a.m.
N.' Baptism-Praise & Worship -
$ (Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
SFellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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

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
"Chr;it dJd Ifror o ri ailr buried and Roie agoin (see 1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Ser ice ................ ....... ..... ... 8.30 a.m.
Sunday School.... .............. .. .............. .... ............... 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship... 11:00 a.m.
Evening orhip. ................ ...... ...... 6:30 p.m .
Wednesday & Frida3 Night Sen ices 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach............ .... .....1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursmg Home Outreach.. ............. ................ 3rd and 4th Saturdays
tlorDinaritlO Sund~l Schtool 9.0)0 am and 5 00 pm S rurdays on WYM l A.M 1530
-A Bible Preaching. Bible Belie% g and Bible Practicing Church
"'Xthout the sbeddmg of Blo6d, there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church 0 here Erernbody' Is Somebod,'"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St Jacksonville, Florida '32209
Mailing Address: PO 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.............. 1:00 a.m.
Tuesday Pra er Meeting & Bible Stud3,7:00 p.m.
Thursday.. Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
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"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"
A Mother's Day Weekend on Broadway
Last weekend the airlines were busy from coast-to-
coast transporting an excited group of 'sisters' to the 'Big
Apple and First Coast residents Mesdames Inez
Christopher Asque, 'Bonnie' Reynolds, Madeline Scales-
Taylor, Michelle Davis Singleton and this writer Betty
Asque Davis joined other 'sisters' from California,
Colorado, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas for
a weekend on Broadway to be present at The Color
Purple, A Musical production.
Friday was a day of travel for the group. However,
late suppers after arriving at the Milford Hotel in the the-
atre district' was the order of the evening and being in
'the city that never sleeps' there wasn't a problem finding
food or libations. The Euro Diner and Charley O's took
care of our sustenance needs.
Then came Saturday! The group was up and ready to
shop on Fifth Avenue and at Century 21. Our three gen-
eration trio, Mesdames Inez Christopher, Betty Asque
Davis and Michelle Davis Singleton (And there were
several multi-generation groups within the entire party
of 'sisters'.)decided that before shopping we needed
nourishment and what better place to be nourished than
the famous B. Smith's Restaurant (www.bsmith.com).
At B. Smith's we were among matinee theatre goers and
of course Ms. Smith's restaurant was prepared with a
Prix Theatre Luncheon menu that included a list of bev-
erages named for each of The Color Purple characters
(The printed list was on purple parchment, of course!)
even though we 'passed' on the libations since it was
early in the day. Our trio's menu selections were grilled
chicken on cheese grits and salmon on cheese grits. And
we never thought we'd enjoy sauteed collard greens so
much! The bread pudding dessert though very delicious
didn't quite measure up to this writer's recipe, I was told.
With an early lunch finished we were fortified for
shopping at Saks, Cole Haan and the American Girl
Doll Shop. However the highlight of the shopping 'trek'
was seeing 'home girl' Morgan Stanley Executive Ms.
Carla Harris (who is also on the list of 50 influential
Black women), as we were waiting on an elevator at
Saks Fifth Avenue. Ms. Harris, with glee said, "As I
looked up and saw these familiar faces, I thought to
myself am I in Jacksonville?" As we exchanged jubilant
greetings, I'm sure the other shoppers thought we were a
'little off. Nothing at any of the shops topped seeing
Carla. In fact she was shopping for a special outfit for
an evening event where she was being honored yet again
for her national benevolence. She is an awesome woman
and we are so very proud of her. Added to that, she is
also family!
We rushed back to our hotel to change for dinner and
the theatre. We dined at Jezebel's Restaurant
(www.jezebelny.com). Owned by Ms. Alberta Wright
who is originally from Charleston; SC, I don't need to
tell you that the low country cuisine was divine! We
chose grilled shrimp on grits, fried catfish strips, grilled
seafood medley and vegetables of okra, mixed greens
and greens beans, all cooked low country style at our din-
ing table. We shared a large slice of sweet
potato/coconut pie for dessert as we were off to the the-
atre and we wanted to be alert for The Color Purple A
Musical performance.
First let me say that the SRO audience was very
diverse. The production is awesomely wonderful!
Everything including the music, the voices of the casts,
the choreography, the stage design, and the memorabil-
ia available for purchase was absolutely divine! This
stage production is definitely A MUST SEE!!!
I want to publicly thank my husband J. Carl Davis,
Sr. for giving our generational trio such a wonderful
Mother's Day present. I've already asked for next year's
present. But before then, how do I top this for a Father's
Day gift?

FlaJills Entertain FlaJax Members
Learning that the entertainment genius Tyler Perry
was bringing his Madear Goes to Jail production to the
First Coast, the FlaJills under the leadership of FlaJill
Minnie Canady assisted by daughter/FlaJill Jackie Gray
planned a treat for the FlaJax members with a theatre
and dinner jaunt. Among the FlaJills/FlaJax members
enjoying the afternoon and evening of fun were: The
Troy Canadys, The J. Carl Davises, The Neil Frinks,
The Armin Grays, The Wendell Holmeses, The Andrew
Martins, Flajill Gail Cole Mathis, Col. Robert Porter
and Mrs. Josephine Hall Fiveash, The Edward
Robinsons, The Warner Singletons, and The Henry
Speightses.
What can I say? Where there are FlaJax members
and ElaJills there's bound to be lots of fun!


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Some of the 'Sisters' as they leave the Milford Hotel lobby for a pre-
show dinner at Jezabel's Restaurant before going to the theatre.


The 'Generational Trio' following lunch at B. Smith
Restaurant: From right the third generation of the trio
Mrs. Michele Davis Singleton, the first generation mem-
ber and matriarch of the trio Mrs. Inez Christopher
Asque and the second generation member of the trio
this column's writer Betty Asque Davis.

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Another generational trio in the 'Sister's group: From
St. Louis, MO, Ms. Nia Buchanan, the youngest; Mrs.
Carmen Buchanan, the second and Mrs. Lisa Harris ,the
eldest.


The First Coast members of the 'Sisters' group at
Jezabel's Restaurant: Mesdames Madeline Scales-
Taylor 'Bonnie' Reynolds, Michelle Davis Singleton and
Inez Christopher Asque.


'Sisters' from Colorado and Missouri were: Ms. Nia Buchanan,
Mesdames Carmen Buchanan, Lisa Harris,Linda People and Peggy
Nunn.


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FlaJills and FlaJax member The Singletons and FlaJill Gail Cole-
Mathis ( FlaJax member Edgar Mathis was out of the city attending
to Omega Psi Phi Fraternity business).
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'Sisters' from Texas, Tennessee. Kentuck. and Nlissouri were:
Mesdames Damali Watson; Linda Watson; Ercelia Butler; Angela
Cunningham; and Nicole Hilliard.


'Sisters from California, Washington, DC, and Missouri having a
great time at the Jezabel Restaurant before The Color Purple, A,
Musical theatre production


FlaJills and FlaJax members Col. Robert Porter and Mrs. Josephine
Hall Fiveash and The Martins.
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Inner-City Black Men Face




Higher Risk Of Prostate Cancer


GAINESVILLE, Fla. -
Inner-city black men are
almost twice as likely to be
diagnosed with prostate can-
cer as whites and are four
times more likely to be in
advanced stages of the dis-
ease at diagnosis, according
to a new study led by
University of Florida
researchers.
The findings, to be pub-
lished in the April issue of
the Journal of the National
Medical Association, call
attention to the need to
screen these men early --
beginning at age 45 instead
of 50 -- and to offer them
ongoing prostate cancer
education, UF researchers
report.
Prostate cancer remains
the second-most-commonly
diagnosed cancer and the
second-most-common cause
of cancer deaths in
American men over age 45.
Even so, prostate cancer
mortality rates in the United
States have been steadily
declining during the past 10
years, thanks to serum
prostate-specific antigen, or
PSA, blood tests and
improved treatments.
But the .researchers
found a different situation
for inner-city men in
Jacksonville, Fla.


"It all came about when
we noticed that several
patients we screened in
Jacksonville were present-
ing with more advanced dis-
ease than what we had seen
in similarly sized settings --
namely Houston and
Winston-Salem," said Dr.
Charles Rosser, the study's
senior author and an assis-
tant professor of urology at
the University of Florida -
Jacksonville. "Patients who
presented in Houston and
Winston-Salem had already
been screened so thoroughly
that they presented with a lot
earlier disease than what we
saw here. We wanted to
know why Jacksonville's
numbers were so much
higher."
Although several vari-
ables may be involved,
Rosser thinks the cause is a
lack of prostate cancer
screening and ongoing edu-
cation in, inner-city
Jacksonville.
"Other communities our
size have had fairly large
screening initiatives first
directed to the general com-
munity and then directed to
minorities in the inner city,"
he said. "Here in
Jacksonville we didn't have
anything like that until 2003,
when UF 'College of


Medicine-Jacksonville urol-
ogists, in partnership with
the Duval County Health
Department, began offering
free screenings at UF's affil-
iated hospital, Shands
Jacksonville."
Using the data from
these screenings, the seven-
member research team set
out to assess the detection
rate of prostate cancer and
disease stage at diagnosis.
Researchers collected and
analyzed clinical and patho-
logical data from the biop-
sies of 368 men -- 52 percent
white, 42 percent black, 5
percent Hispanic and 1 per-
cent Asian.
Because of the small
numbers, Hispanics and
Asians were excluded for
study purposes.
Researchers then
reviewed clinic and hospital
records for several key out-
comes, including cancer
incidence, tumor stage (if
and how far the cancer has
spread) and tumor grade
(how far the cells have
changed from normal to
abnormal on a 1-to-5 scale,
w ith grade 1 being the least
aggressive).
Still, the researchers
were surprised to find these
men were four times as like-
ly to ha\e advanced cancer,


Rosser said.
"The chance of usually
presenting with advanced
disease is maybe 5 percent
nationwide," he said. "Our
study sample showed 16
percent for blacks and 3.8
percent for whites-- a statis-
tically significant finding."
When patients don't
begin treatment until cancer
is advanced, the cure rate
drops dramatically.
"Once the cancer has
spread beyond the prostate,
we're not looking to cure the
'disease-- we're just looking
to slow its growth," Rosser
said. "Our findings strongly
suggest that, despite two
decades of increasing
emphasis on prostate cancer
screening and detection in
the United States, such pro-
grams may not be reaching
or having the desired effect
on underserved inner-city
populations, especially
blacks."
Annual screenings
should include the PSA
blood test and an exam, with
biopsy and further examina-
tion recommended' for a
PSA le\ el above 4.0, Rosser
said.
UF's research is valuable
and confirms what others
have published, said. Dr. .
Isaac Powell, professor of
urology at Wai, ne State
University and Karmanos


Cancer Institute, who has
been studying prostate can-
cer in Detroit for 16 years.
"Not only do black men
have a higher incidence of
the disease but their death
rate is two to three times
higher than white men," he
said. "Our data suggest the
disease may be growing
faster among blacks than
whites, so we're studying
genetics, diet, prostatitis and
health-seeking behavior to
try to explain these differ-


ences."
.Education is key for
these men, according to
Rosser.
"Of course, we need to
stress the importance of
annual screenings, but we
also need to let them know
why they're being screened
and explain that, as black
men, statistically they're at
higher risk for the disease,"
he said. "Education must go
hand in hand with screen-
ing."


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U.S. Salvation Army Installs


MAY20, 2006


FBI Releases Preliminary


First Black National Commander Stats For Law Enforcement


The Salvation Army, Commissioners Israel L. Gaither and his wife Eva D. Gaither
have been installed as national commander and national president of women's ministries,
respectively.
Gaither is the first African American to hold the position in the history of the Army
as he was the n
first of many
other accom- i -i
plishments. zi q
He and his
wife have .
impacted The ir
Sal i ovation
Army's work! Iq a h
in 111 coun-
tries, especial- '
ly Africa, i'
England and
the United Israel L. Gaither and his wife Eva point their fingers up to give God
States, and are the glory on the night of their installation, May 12, as the new
dedicated to national commander of The Salvation Army USA and national pres-
the mission of ident of women's ministries, respectively. Israel Gaither is the first
the 126-year- African American to lead the 126-year-old evangelical body in the
the 12or6-yearniza- Unitd States. (Photo: The Christian Post)
old organiza-
tion. Both assumed their leadership assignments on May 1.
"America loves The Salvation Army," said Israel Gaither in a released statement.
"There is strong confidence in who we are and what we do. But there's more to be done.
This position is an honor and I intend to lead with total dependence on God and in part-
nership with territorial leaders to effectively impact those on the margins of American
society. All that we do is 'for the mission.
Eva Gaither called her new leadership role a "sacred responsibility and privilege." The
Army is well known around the world for its empowering of women," she said, "and I
come to this responsibility with that same deep feeling for women in the USA who are
and will be touched by this aspect of the Army's mission."
As national commander, Gaither heads an Army of 3,661 officers, 112,513 soldiers,
422,543 members, 60,642 employees and nearly 3.5 million volunteers, who serve more
than 31 million people annually. His is also the Army's chief spokesperson in the U.S. and
the coordinator' for matters of national concern to its mission. Leading the national
women's ministries, Eva Gaither focuses onsystematic abuse, victimization and abandon-
ment in women's lives among other common issues affecting women throughout the
nation. The Gaithers graduated from The Salvation Army's School for Officers Training
in June 1964 when.they were ordained as ministers and commissioned as Salvation Army
officers (clergy). Their marriage in 1967 marked the first racially integrated marriage of
Salvation Army Officers in the USA.


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Officers Killed In 2005


WASHINGTON, D.C. --
According to preliminary
statistics released by the
Federal Bureau of
Investigation, 55 law
enforcement officers were
feloniously killed in the line
of duty during 2005.
Geographically, 28 of the
victim officers were killed in
the South, followed by 10 in
the Midwest, 10 in the West,
and 5 in the Northeast. Two
officers were slain in Puerto
Rico. The total number of
officers killed is 2 fewer
than in 2004.
By circumstance, 15
deaths occurred while offi-
cers were handling traffic
pursuits/stops, 8 died during
arrest situations, 8 during
ambush situations, 7 died
responding to disturbance
calls, 7 while investigating
suspicious persons/circum-
stances, 4 while conducting
investigative activities, 3
during tactical situations, 2

Cultural
Approach Is Key
To Tackling Obesity
Culture plays a signifi-
cant role in how women per-
ceive obesity in terms of
both appearance and health,
according to a study by Yale
School of Nursing
researchers in the Journal of
Advanced Nursing.
Marvanne Davidson,
Yale University School of
Nursing, and Kathleen
Knafl, Oregon Health and
Sciences University,
reviewed 20 papers pub-
lished over 10 years on
descriptions of the concept
of obesity by health profes-
sionals, Black Americans,
Latino Americans and
Caucasian Americans.
Davidson and Knafl found
women in general base their
ideal weight on cultural cri-
teria.
"Black American study
participants defined obesity
in positive terms, relating it,
to attractiveness, sexual
desirability, body image,
strength or goodness, self
esteem and social accept-
ability," said Davidson.
"They didn't view obesity as
cause for concern when it
Same to their health."
White women, on the
other hand, defined obesity
in negative terms, describing
it as unattractive and social-
ly undesirable and associat-
ed obesity with negative
body image and decreased
self-esteem.
Davidson said some of
these women saw weight as
a health issue, while others
did not.
The World Health
Organization estimates that
there are at least 300 million
obese people worldwide and
another one billion who are
overweight.
Davidson said rates of
obesity range from below
five per cent in China, Japan
and' some African nations to
more than 75 per cent in
urban Samoa. Recent data
suggests that 54 percent of
adult Americans are over-
weight.
Women of all cultures
are particularly affected.
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were killed by mentally
deranged persons, and 1
while handling and trans-
porting prisoners.
A breakdown of weapons
used in these slaying.
revealed that firearms were
used in the majority of inci-
dents.
Of the 50 officers killed
with firearms, 42 were killed
with handguns, 5 with shot-
guns, and 3 were shot with a
rifle. Five officers were
killed with vehicles.
At the time they were
killed, 34 law enforcement
officers were wearing body
armor.
Fifteen of the slain law
enforcement officers fired
their own weapons, and 6
officers .attempted to fire
their weapons. Nine officers
had their weapons stolen,
and 6 officers were killed


with their own weapons.
There were 53 separate
incidents in 2005 which:
resulted in the deaths of the-
55 law enforcement officers.
All 53 incidents have been
cleared by arrest or excep-.
tional means.
In addition to the officers.
who were feloniously killed,
67 law enforcement officers
were accidentally killed,.
while performing their
duties in 2005. This number
is 15 fewer than the previous.,
year's number.
The FBI will release.
final statistics in the.-
Uniform Crime Reporting'
Program's annual publica-
tion Law Enforcement'.
Officers Killed and:,
Assaulted, which will be.
published on the Internet in
the fall of this year.


Family Digest Announces Search
For The Best Companies For African Americans
Family Digest is searching for the Best Companies for'
African AmericansTM for 2006. In selecting the.companies;-:
Family Digest's editors evaluate employee feedbacks-
employee demographics, recruitment of African Americans.,-
board makeup, company culture, advancement of African.
Americans, work-life programs and policies, and spending
with Black-owned suppliers.
*Companies chosen in past years include: Denny's.,
Restaurants, Morgan Stanley, Mutual Community Savings
Bank, New York Life, Procter & Gamble, Washington
Mutual, Yale New Ha\ eh Hospital. Johnson & Johnson and
Kraft Foods.
Applications for interested companies and the full
methodology for selecting for selecting the Best Companies
for African AmericansTM is available by email request to the
email address with this release. Include your name, position;
the name of y-our company, your email address, and all of
your contact information.
Fainly Digest -- Black America's No. 1 Family &
Relationship Magazine -- is the premier resource for
smarter, healthier, happier African American families. The
publication provides nearly 3 million readers with informa-
tion on love. relationships & marriage, family & parenting,
travel, beauty, fashion & style, food, and health & wellnesss'
The magazine, approaching its eleventh year in business.
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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Names
Co-Chairs for 36th Annual Legislative Conference
WASHINGTON' The Congressional Black Caucus
Foundation (CBCF) announced that Reps. Barbara Lee
(CA-9th) and Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick (MI-13th) have
been selected to. serve as co-chairs of the 2006 Annual
Legislative Conference (ALC). This year celebrates 36 years
of the conference, which will take place. September 6-9,
2006, at the new Washington Convention Center in
Washington, DC.
The theme Changing Course, Confronting Crises,
Continuing the Legacy reflects Black America's need to
change its political, economic and social discourse; confront
challenges and crises; and continue the legacy of resistance
and change established by African American trailblazers.
Over 20,900 people gather during the conference, which
presents more than 70 panel discussions on relevant issues-
important to African Americans and other communities of
color.
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ANC Executive Committee Restores Zuma
SJOHANNESBURG South Africa Former Deputy
President Jacob Zuma will resume his duties as the deputy
leader of the ruling African National Congress following
his acquittal on rape charges, the party said Monday.
Zuma was acquitted last week of raping a 31-year-old,
HIV-positive AIDS activist and family friend. He had vol-
untarily halted his official duties when he was charged in
December pending the outcome of the trial.
After he was acquitted, Zuma told the party in a letter that
was ready to resume his duties. The party's National
Executive Committee, which met privately Sunday night,
decided Zuma should again participate in the leading struc-
tures of the party without delay.
Zuma was fired by President Thabo Mbeki as the deputy
president of South Africa after corruption charges were filed
against him last year.
He is scheduled to go on trial in July on fraud and corrup-
tion charges connected with a large government arms deal.
Those charges were unrelated to the rape case.


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Murdered Teen continued from A-I
But why? Shenice was not a target, and neither was anyone in her family. In fact, her pro-
tective mother, allowed she and her brother to spend few hours outside. And according to
sources, no one really thought that gang rivals would decide to battle it out on Mother's Day.
So little concern for others, is what is bothering Jacksonville citizens the most and raises
a serious question regarding love and respect. But what is also startling for organizations,
ministers and the community is that almost a week has past, and the shooters have not been
arrested. We can no longer look to others to do for us. Everyone was not in church Sunday
and everyone did not hit the floor when they heard the gun shots so, the community is ask-
ing that whoever you are, please come forward. You don't have to give your name; you just
need to give the information.
Shenice Holmes lost her life before she could give life. That is hot fair and the shooters
should feel the pain and come forward, said one minister. We are a people now, but for how
long if we continue taking each other's lives away, uselessly. Our children are our future and
at this point, America needs children with Shenice's talents and abilities to lead in the future.
MAD DADS will march and rally, the sheriff's office will arrest, ministers will pray, give
books for guns, money for guns, many meetings will be held and many studies will be
researched, but what we need now is to remember that the greatest gift in the world is to have
love. When we love, we can't hurt each other, we can't kill each other. Where is the love?
Give love. Call MAD DADS, Crime stoppers or the Sheriff's office, and tell them what
you know. "If you are one of the participants of violent crimes, turn yourself in. You might
find a confession is worth more than your wildest dream", said Elder Foy, president of MAD
DADS.


Wild Driving continued from A-1

A Flagler County Deputy observed the woman exit 1-95 and' head east on Palm Coast
Parkway while driving erratically.
The driver then made a U-turn and the Flagler Deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop
on the woman at Palm Harbor. The driver refused to stop, ran through two red lights and
turned back onto 1-95 northbound. The Flagler Deputy pursued the vehicle into St. Johns
County where the St. Johns County Sheriffs Office assisted.
STOP sticks were thrown down in front of the vehicle at least two times; once in Flagler
County, and again in St. Johns County causing two tires to become flat, however, it did not
slow the driver down as she continued at speeds of up to 130 mph. The woman also forced
other vehicles off the roadway and struck other vehicles in Volusia County..
The suspect lost control of the vehicle at 6:45 a.m., flipped the car three times and struck
a light pole near the northbound rest area. The driver was uninjured and was then booked
into the St. Johns County Jail. Young was also issued citations from the Florida Highway
Patrol for reckless driving and safety belt violation. Additional charges are pending further
investigation.

Internet Porn continued from A-I
known as Club Pink. Because domain names go.to the first group registering them,
pornography companies often buy domain names that might draw people unknow-
ingly to their pornography site. While in many cases, domain name highjacking
violates trademark laws, it requires an expensive, lengthy process for the legitimate
owners of the trademarks and names'to remove the highjackers.
-Last month, TechMission's Safe Families Program and the Black Ministerial
Alliance of Greater Boston hosted an online safety workshop for the Black commu-
nity addressing concerns around those intentionally targeting the Black community.
The workshop was led by Bil Mooney-McCoy, a Black pastor in inner- city
Boston who also serves as the Safe Families Program Director. The workshop was
held at the historic Black church, Global Ministries Christian Church (GMCC),
where TechMission initially began.
The Safe Families Program demonstrates that the 'Black Church is leading the
world in addressing the issue of online safety. The Safe Families \websiie provides
free software to protect children by blocking objectionable material online.
TechMission's Safe Families software represents a long awaited update. building
on the We-Blocker.com software, which has been the most popular free filtering
software (last updated in 2001) .


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Immigration continued from A-1
Hispanics are protesting. Many others are voicing concern about the jobs that are
going to continue to go to immigrants through the guest worker program. But a
Florida Star reader pointed out that most have not looked at the big picture.
For F. M. Powell, owner of a certified concrete company, the guest workers pro-
gram will still keep him out of range when it comes to bidding on construction proj-
ects. Mr. Powell said that many of his white competitors have an advantage simply
because he is black and many foreigners are told so many negatives about black
Americans before they get to America that they are less inclined to work for him so
his bids can't be lower due to his wages budget being higher.
Also, Mr. Powell is concerned about the high crime rate when he and many
blacks cannot hire other blacks because they are not getting the business, no matter
how competent they may be. He said it is not true that blacks are not willing to
work in the labor industry. Such jobs are not made available to them but they must
still take care of themselves and their families and get the most comfortable living
on their low income.
Now, how long will the untruth prevail that blacks will not do the work that ille-
gal immigrants do when this bill is passed?
The big picture: When the bill is completed, the illegal immigrants and their
employers will then have to pay the back taxes and social security fees that were not
properly paid over the years aswell as the present taxes and social security fees. So,
the net income for the workers will be greatly diminished while they are paying
Uncle Sam back taxes and back social security fees.
Now, for the black man, that may be a plus because maybe they can get thosejobs
back in the hotels, construction sites, and restaurants if a former illegal immigrant
feel the strain of "payback" is not worth it. If this proposal for the back payments
is ordered, maybe, just maybe, the.wide income disparity will decrease. .
Pointing out these points, said Mr.Leath, is not saying we are against changes in
the immigration policies but it does say we still long for equality.
"Legalizing the undocumented is just and humane. But unless we address the
restrictions on legal admission that do so much to cause illegal entries, the cycle of
enforcement and legalization will continue." -Mae M. Ngai, a history professor at?
the University of Chicago, in a Los Angeles Times column, May 16.


Cosby continued from A-1
ing charge. You've got to
think about you taking
charge in business, fami- ..
ly, raising your home.
taking charge of you, and
taking care of. you.
There's a whole bunch of
confusion in this United
States about who we are.
To ourselves. ;

HARRIS: Who are
11e? ,

COSBY: That's the:
confusing point. We are
many, many things. We
are the weakest: we are
the strongest, within our-
selves.
There are tons and
tons of exaniples of those
who were down as low as
anybody can be in terms
of having a foot on your


throat, and. they tossed
that foot away. got up and
they won. And then there
are those who have had
things, and they just
allowed themselves to
become a part of some-
thing called a culture that ,
as Farrakhan -- Minister:
Farrakhan has said is
leading our children into
the valley of death.
HARRIS: Do you.
think legacy at all?

COSBY: Yes.

HARRIS: You do? '

COSBY: Yes. Not for
'me.

HARRIS: OK.

COSBY: Not for me. I"


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The captured alligator
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think legacy, and then I
think how our race is
allowing the word culture
to-- to accompany itself
with some people who are,
.drug dealers and saying:
they're dealing drugs
because they don't want
to flip burgers or think
about morning higher in
the business world.or get-
ring an education.
I'm w\arching TV. and I
see a host of a show who
is applauding a movie
about some damn pimp.
And how rough his life is.
And a mo\ie about some
damn drug dealer and
ho'\ intelligent he is
because he could count
money. .
This is -- these people
ha\e gone crazy. That's
not a legacy. And it cer-
tainly is not a culture.;

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Four Generations of Females, fourth generation, Shaunese Criswell (center), after her performance as
Martha Washington in the play, standing with her mother, Loretta Zimmerman (right), her grandmother,
Ms. Leslie Zimmerman (left) and her great grandmother, Ms. Ida Zimmerman.
It \\as all "lights, cameras, and action!" at St. Pins V Parrish School on Tuesday. lay 16 as the Pre-K and
Second Grade smtdents presented "America: A Star Spangled Production".
The Patriotic program featured the students at their best. The cast of Pre-K students \ere Gabriel Allen. Jalen
Chance, Jada Cummings. Niga Daniels. Destiny M ayfield. Ja\on Nlcquaker. Arthur Nlealer. IV. Tyriq Newmman.
Kadrian Ri\ers. Alexander Smith. ShaylIn Thompson, Nlauice Watson. Santannah \Vhite. Jada Williams. Jaylah
Woolbright, and J. lah Woolbrlght.
Second grade participants \ ere Jatoria Barlomey. Zachary Brown. Shaunese Cns\well. NI eisha Dixon. Terra\
Dorse. Tamerea Gamble, William Golden. Jasmine Henderson. Anmirah Jackson. Ale\a Johnson. Erica Johnson.
Ba on Jo-uer. Karevy lcDougald. Vedora Roberts. Lyesshidrea Rogers. Brandon Smith. Tiyahn Teamer. and
Kaitlnil Vassell.
The program opened \\ith a prayer by Destini Ma\field. Erica Jouison welcomed parents and friends to th,
program. The Pre-K and Second Grade students marched in to the music of "God Bless America" and "Yanlkee

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CHARGES DROPPED-Young Jeezy performs at the Vibe Awards at
Sony Studios in Culver City, Calif., on Nov. 12, 2005. Weapons charged
were dropped Tuesday, May 16, 2006, against the 28-year-old rapper,
whose real name is Jay Jenkins, because of insufficient evidence
regarding his involvement in a March shootout in Miami Beach.(AP
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Rapper Method Man, right, plays a game called 'NBA 2K6' at the
Microsoft X-Box exhibit at the Electronic Entertainment
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years of promises and high expectations, consumers will final-
ly be able to purchase next-generation video game consoles as
the industry's painful transition to the latest technology comes
to an end later this year. In the fall, Sony Corp.'s PlayStation 3
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Tips For Traveling With Kids This Summer

(ARA) Summer family trips are a time-honored tradition. From a cross-country drive to visit the grandparents to a trip to a national park;
for many folks, summer just wouldn't be complete without the annual vacation.
As any parent ..
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flying, opt to buy drinks at the airport instead of lugging around heavy bottles.

Plan some entertainment. Before the trip, invest in a new book, or a few inexpensive portable games or toys to keep kids entertained as
you travel. A portable DVD player can be a sanity saver on extended trips.

Get up and stretch. It's hard for kids to be confined for long periods of time. If you're driving, make sure to plan plenty of stops along
the way to let the kids run around and blow off steam. If you have an airport layover, take a brisk walk through the terminal.

Pick the right hotel. When traveling with kids, a pool is a must-have. A quiet room that allows everyone to get a good night's sleep is
another necessity. You don't want to wake up at the crack of dawn when the person upstairs starts the shower. Likewise, you don't want to
worry that your kids are making too much noise for the people in the room next door.

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construction system that reduces sound so guests can enjoy a quiet, peaceful night. The system includes masonry block, sound-deadening foam
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Keeping kids on their normal schedule as much as possible means everyone will be happier. Try to work in time for naps in between sight-
seeing or visiting with relatives. If you get to bed late, let the kids sleep in the next morning. Bring along a special pillow, blanket or stuffed
animal if it will help your child sleep better.

Create memories. After all, that's what family trips are all about. Give kids a disposable camera to snap photos during the trip. When you
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Patriotic
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Doodle.
The Pre-K students performed "Grand Old Flag" and "My Flag". A poem, "With Glad Voice Sing America" was presented in outstanding fash-
ion by Tyriq Newman, Santannah White, Alexander Smith, Jada Cummings, and Javon McQuaker. This segment concluded with the singing of
"This Is America" and "I Love My Country".
The Second Graders took over the stage for their presentation of "The History of America". The two groups combined in the final segment.
"Jelly Bean" was led by Jada Williams and Tyriq Newman.
A rousing rendition of "Knowledge Is Power" was performed by the students. "Me Stew", a poem, was led by Bayon Joyner followed by the
poem "Destiny". The grand finale of the evening was a dance number entitled "My Mom".


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Community Leaders To Serve As Celebrity Servers


For 12th Annual Miracle On Ashley Street Luncheon


Chefs from area restaurants and more than 100 commu-
nity guests will participate as celebrity servers during the
Clara White Mission's 12th Annual "Miracle On Ashley
Street-Celebrity Chefs and Servers" fundraiser.
Sponsored by Citi Cards, Publix Super Market and
WJXT, the event will be held from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on
Friday, May 26. Deborah Gianoulis will be the host.
The "Miracle On Ashley Street" has become one of the
Mission's most successful fund raisers, bringing together
Jacksonville's political and corporate community to social-
ize and dine with the homeless and disadvantaged.
Over the past 11 years, this event has raised more than
$345,000 to aid in eliminating homelessness in Jacksonville.
last year, $40,000 was raised: and lunch was served to over
1500 community supporters.
Celebrity servers to date include: Alan Almand, Bobi
Attal, Kris Branes, Chief Richard A. Barrett, Michelle Barth,




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Rep. Aaron Bean, Rev. Leon R. Bing, Zimmerman Boulos,
Peter Bragan, Jr., Dr. Oswald P. Bronson, Pat Brzozowski,
Sherry Burs, Vince.nt Cameron, Rep. Jennifer Carroll,
Father Peter Church, Jim Citrano, Rena Coughlin, Officer
Nelson Cuba.
Msgr. Mortimer Danaher, Councilman Lad Daniels,
Shirley Dasher, Willye Dennis, Charlene Diamond, jack
Diamond, April Dobes, Judge Gary Flower, Councilman
Reggie Fullwood, Councilman Ronnie Fussell, Tracey
Gaffney, Rich Garside, Eleanor Gay, Kevin Gay, Carolyn
Gentry, Rep. Audrey Gibson, Cliff Grant, Susan Greene.
Rev. Dr. Bruce Grob, Mike Guerrieri, Darryl Hall,
Celeste Harrell, Alberta Hipps, Roy Hockenbrocht, Connie
Hodges, Alan Hopper, Michael Huyghue, Councilman
Kevin Hyde, Willie Pete Jackson, Councilwoman Suzanne
Jenkins, Councilwoman Glorious Johnson, Councilwoman


Mia Jones, Randy Kramer.
Brenda kelly, Edward King, Martin Kreft, Wanda Lanier,
Lee Lomax, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mallett, Jerry Mallott, Marc
McCullough, Richard McGuire, Rev. Rudolph McKissick,
Sr., Charles Metzkes, Doug Milne, Teala Milton, Ann
Murphy, John L. Murray, Dakota Neufville, Marsha Oliver,
Dee Paez, Carla L. Page, Dan Palmer.
James Parker, gertrude Peele, Glori Peters, Gene Pruett,
John Rafferty, Wayne Reid, teresa Rogers, Gerri Sexsion
Nick Shelley, Jerry Spinks, William D. Sweet, Rob
Sweeting, Leslie Washington, MaliVai Washington, Jennifer
Waugh, Susan White, Dr. Delphia Williams, Daniel Wynn
and Councilwoman Gwen Yates.
This year, the Calara White Mission will honor Jaguars
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I become so annoyed at people that come to church late.
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Dear James:
Your wife is on a power trip and she's using her financial status to disrespect you. She's
trying to have control but obviously she's making a mess that will can send you to the
poor house. You need to immediately assemble a budget that includes savings, divide
the bills and each of you becomes responsible for your share. You may still be broke,
but the bills will be' paid with a little money in the bank that you may need for a rainy
day.
******************
Dear Deanna!
What do you do when a teen is always disrespectful? I have a lot of patience but not
with a child that has a smart mouth. My niece is rude; she always interrupts others and
tells her mother what to do. I can complain because-her mother is my sister. I'm so close
to slapping her in the mouth. When we're out in public or have company, you can see
the embarrassment from the adults because they can't believe it. Any suggestions?,
Anonymous (Denver, CO)
Dear Anonymous:
You need to put her in a child's place and stop her with some non-physical eibarrass-
ment. The next time she's rude in front of an audience, remind her of her age, demand
an apology and then send her out of the room. If she challenges you with insults and.
more mouth, laugh and remind her that's she's a child and not on your level. As her face
turns red she'll be reminded it's best to stick with her peers because adults can shut her
down. 1

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(e) Any gas or diesel fuel tank selling for $25 or less.
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(g) Any cell phone battery selling for $60 or less and any cell phone
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window damage from storms.
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ORLANDO Fla. Flooding is America's most common natural disaster. Even
though hurricanes are the main cause of flooding in Florida, we must be prepared at
all times. Officials from the State of Florida Emergency Response Team (SERT) and
the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) urge Floridians to take action now and buy flood insurance before heavy
rains and late spring floods begin. '
There will be a rather dramatic shift from the typically dry months of
March and April, to the rainy season that is underway by June, said Ben Nelson, state
meteorologist with Florida Division of Emergency Management.
According to the meteorologist, in south Florida, the wet season usually
begins by mid-May. The almost daily rains begin in central Florida in late May.
While in north Florida the heavy precipitation usually begins by early June.
Florida has a flat terrain and after heavy rains, when the ground becomes
saturated, water can flow across fields, yards and streets. More than 25 percent of the
National Flood Insurance Program's (NFIP) flood insurance claims are for structures
outside identified flood plains.
More than two million NFIP flood insurance policies are in force in
Florida. This represents a quarter of all policies written nationwide. Since 1978, the
counties experiencing the most claims are Broward and Miami-Dade, however, all
Florida"counties are at risk of flooding.
Buying flood insurance is the best way to protect yourself from flood dam-
ages, said Scott Morris, FEMA director of Florida Long-Term Recovery. In the last
two storm seasons 64,000 Floridians have been helped by their flood insurance poli-
cies.
In 2005 the NFIP received over 30,000 claims and disbursed $322,743,654
in payments to Florida residents for closed claims. While in 2004, the claim count
was over 34,000, and $1,127,947,910 was paid.
Whether your community has seasonal or occasional flooding, there are
proactive measures that can help minimize or prevent flood damage to homes and
property," said Craig Fugate, director of Florida Division of Emergency
Management.
State and local officials recommend that you prepare now and follow these
guidelines to minimize losses and protect your property from flood damage:
Buy flood insurance coverage. Homeowners insurance doesn't cover flooding. It
takes 30 days for a policy.to go into effect, so don't wait. You can obtain flood insur-
ance through the National Flood Insurance Program, from your insurance agent. To
find an agent near you call 1-800-427-2419.
Visit the FloodSmart Web site at www.floodsmart.gov to find out about your flood
risk, how to protect your property and how\ to obtain flood.insurance. .

1. Stay informed of weather conditions in your area.
2. Be prepared to move valuable possessions to upper floors or to safe ground.
3. Have emergency supplies on hand to last for at least three days. Food, bottled
water, first aid supplies, medicines and a battery-operated radio should be ready to
go, and have extra batteries.
4. Have a working sump pump.
5. Buy and install sump pump with back-up power.
6. Anchor fuel tanks. An unianchored tank can be torn free by floodwaters.
7. Elevate your furnace, water heater, washer and dryer. They should be at least 12
inches above the base flood elevation (the projected floodwater depth).
8.. Take photos or videos of important possessions. If your home is damaged in a
flood, documentationwiill help you in filing a flood insurance claim.
9. Plan for evacuation.
10. Plan and practice a flood evacuation route, ask someone out of state to be your
"family contact" in case people are separated and be sure everyone knows the con-
tact's address and phone number.

Flood insurance is easy to obtain and is sold by most insurance agents.
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Mayor Peyton Meets With Jacksonville Black Press

Mayor Peyton Meets With Jacksonville Black Press


Members of the black
press met in Mayor John
Peyton's office on Thursday,
May 11, in an informal
meeting set aside for the
mayor to hear questions and
concerns being raised by
African American citizens.
Journalists received
feedback from the mayor
concerning the city's posi-
tion and policies.
The first issue raised was
hurricane readiness. The
Mayor said Jacksonville is
indeed prepared.


In fact, he said
Jacksonville is the only city
nationwide where staff has
been trained by the National
Accreditation in Emergency
Preparedness. During previ-
ous storms the city's weak-
ness was debris removal,
said Mayor Peyton.
A lot of the damage
homeowner's sustained were
from debris not removed
from previous storms. He
stated, "considering the
amount of debris there, was,
we simply didn't have any-


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

announcementss. meetings. happenings. and community '
events scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounh'ing area.
LUNCHEON-All area ladies are invited to attend the
Mandarin Christian Women's Club June Luncheon "Jump-
Start a Life!" will be held from 12:00 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
June 6 at the Ramada Inn in Mandarin. Doors open at 11:30
a.m. Char Ahlstrom. American Red Cross Instructor. \ ill
demonstrate the ne\, procedures for CPR and other first aid
information. Barbara Moss of Melbourne Beach. Florida \ ill
present "Detours and Destinations". Information on luncheon
cost and reservations for lunch & FREE nursery can be made
by calling Cande at 908-5609 or Char 287-6814 or by email at
sweetleespoiledii'acomcast.net Please make reservations by
Thursday. June Ist. Come and invite a friend! She'll be glad
.ou did!
CLASS MEETING-Northwestern Jr. Sr. High School class
of 1962 will have a meeting on Monday. June 12.2006 at 3731
Roger Ae. 6:30 p.m all members are encouraged to attend.
FAMILY WELLNESS FAIR-The Bold City Chapter of the
Links. Inc. \will sponsor a FREE health and wellness screening
with checks and activities for the entire family from 10:00
a.m.-2:00 p.m. on Saturday. Mayh 20 at the Gateway Shopping
Plaza (5200 Norwood Avenue). Free screenings include:
Blood Pressure. Glucose and Cholesterol. Bone Density. and
Prostate Cancer. While parents are taking advantage of the
FREE screenings. the kids \\ill be able to listen to store, tellers
addressing Health and Wellness Concerns in the story telling
comer. Bring your mom and receive a free corsage and gift
bag.
CELEBRATION-The KeepSafe Adult Day Care Center will
celebrate 20 ears of ser ing the Jacksonville community on
June 8 with a Zen Tea Part- at 5626 Soutel Dr. For more infor-
mation call 768-6456.
OPEN HOUSE-The Northeast Florida Community Action
Agency. Inc. will host an "Open House" on Friday. lNMa 26.
10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at The Emmett.Reed Communit Center
located at 1093 W. 6th St. The event is being held in honor of
the organization's diligent work in assisting low-income resi-
dents of Dural. Baker. St. Johns and Nassau Counties in
becoming self-sufficient and to celebrate agency achievements
and successes.


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Community sponsors
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EverBank, Florida Times
Union, Fraternal Order of
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Dinah Kossoff, The Loop.
Matthew's, Milne family
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place set aside to take it all.
As a lesson learned we now
have contracts in place for
removal and space has been
allocated for that debris to
be placed."
In response to the ques-
tion, "How do we prevent
the massive loss of lives that
New Orleans experienced
knowing that some of the
areas in our city are poverty
stricken and citizens have no
means of evacuating?" the
mayor stated the city needs
to know who these people
are. He noted that we need
to know who the medically
dependent are as well as
who would need transporta-
tion to evacuate.
Public service announce-
ments will be televised and
printed in local publications
beginning in June, request-
ing people to register if they
need help evacuating.
Mayor Peyton said the
city's primary concern,
should a major storm strike,
would be gridlock on the
evacuation route and com-
placency.
Due to the geographical
location of the city, cites
south of Jacksonville would
be issued mandatory evacu-
ations first.
Therefore. 1-95. 1-10.
and US-I would be gridlock
ed with southern traffic by
the time local residents are
scheduled to evacuate.
The alternative, stressed
Mayor PeMton. would be to
issue an evacuation a week
prior to the projected date of
the storm's landfall.
It was noted that citizens


have become some what
complacent since
Jacksonville has not had a
direct hit by a major storm
since Hurricane Dora. City
officials are looking for fea-
sible alternatives. Mayor
Peyton strongly urged citi-
zens to heed warnings.
Another issue raised
was the Growing Great
Neighborhoods initiative.
Mayor Peyton's Growing
Great Neighborhoods: Seeds
of Change initiative is
designed to partner city-
sponsored programs and
City Hall. with residents,
neighborhood associations
and business, community
and faith leaders to create
meaningful, measurable and
visible change in neighbor-
hoods throughout
Jacksonville.
This initiative focuses on
three primary areas: beauti-
fication and infrastructure,
public safety and increased
homeowner investment in
the community.
There are a number of
areas around Jacksonville
that could benefit from a tar-
geted neighborhoods initia-
tive; however, the citN's ini-
tial effort will focus on two
communities. These pilot
locations will allow the city
to focus its resources, result-
ing in a more long-term and
significant impact in the
community.
The two pilot neighbor-
hoods are:
*North\west Jacksonville
specifically the 29th Street
and Chase Avenue and
Moncrief Road and 45th


Street areas. The borders
will be Edgewood Avenue to
the north, Avenue B to the
west and Lem Turner to the
east. The southern borders
will be Canal Street to the
east, 1-95 to the west and
Martin Luther King 'Jr.
Boulevard to the south.
*Historic Arlington bor-
dered by Ft. Caroline Road
to the north, the Arlington
Expressway and the
Arlington River to the south,
the St. Johns River to the
west and Rogero Road to the
east.
The needs. of the two
communities are not entirely
the same. The objective of
Mayor Peyton's Growing
Great Neighborhoods: Seeds
of Change initiative is to
work with each of the com-
munities to meet their spe-
cific needs and establish
lasting and 'profound
changes.
The initiative's goals for
each neighborhood would
align with the concerns list-
ed by residents in that com-
mtnity's Neighborhood
Action Plan (NAP).
Each neighborhood will
also have an anchor partner
that will pool its resources
with the city's 'to better
deliver government services,
build community relation-
ships and recruit other com-
munity partners.
CSX will be the partner
for Northwest Jacksonville
and Jacksonville University
%will be the partner for
Historic Arlington.
The beautification and
infrastructure element will


S t 5 r C f t P w n
1. Call to order,


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: .

S1. Call to order ...
2. Invocaon and pledges of allegiancedi .
3. Roll call of the Council Members '
4. Approval of the minutes of previous meetings
5. Communications from the layor
6. Other miscellaneous communications and presentations
7. Act Quasi-Judicial actions .
8. S Consent agenda ri
9. Action upon resolutions on third reading
10. Action upon ordinances on third reading
11. Comments from the public .
127. Action on resolutions, emergency action
13. AIction on ordinances emergency action
14. Scheduled public hearings
15. Action upon resolutions on second reading
16. Action upon ordinance on second reading
1.7. 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.

Pleas contact Legislative Services at (904) 630-1404 for additional information.


focus on improving the aes-.
thetic value of major neigh-
borhood corridors and
neighborhood districts.
To accomplish this, the
initiative will take.a multi-
faceted approach, including
a comprehensive litter-con-
trol program, and invest-
ment in landscaping, hard-
scaping and streetscaping.
The public safety aspect
of Growing Great
Neighborhoods has five ele-
ments: the Building Trust in
Neighborhoods Program,
the Connecting/Reaching
Youth Program, and a part-.
nership with the faith-based
community, a Crime
Prevention through
Environmental Design effort
and a change in the permit-
ting process to improve
safety in growing neighbor-
hoods and homes under con-
struction.
The final component of
the initiative is an emphasis
on increased homeowner
investment through commu-
nity outreach programs.
Project Clean Slate is an
amnesty and property rede-
velopment program that will
provide an amnesty period
for homeowners to clear
their properties of existing
Municipal Code
Enforcement Board
(MCEB) fines.
While bringing property
into compliance, the county-
wide program will also
establish a simple mecha-
nism for redeveloping prop-
erties with an emphasis on
affordable housing for work-
ing professionals.


DEATH

NOTICES
BARTON-Maggie, died May 9,
2006.
BOYD-Pearl. 92, died May 10, :
2006.
BURDEN-Carl C.,. Sr., died
May 13, 2006.
COOPER-Joshua, died May
16, 2006.
COVINGTON-Matilda, died
May 12, 2006.
DAVIS-Yvonne, died May 12,
2006.
EARL-Alma. died May 7,
2006.
FLEMMING-Charles H., died
May 12, 2006. ALPHONSO
WEST MORTUARY, INC.
GUY-Charles E., died May 14,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MOR-
TUARY INC.
HILL-Gladys Hill, 94, died
May 8, 2006.
SHINSON-Ethel, died Ma) 10,
2006.
HOLMES-Shenice, 13, died
May 14, 2006.
HOLT-William Earl; died May
8, 2006.
JOHNSON-Theodore J., died
may 9, 2006.
JORDAN-Alexander, May 10,
2006.
LEWIS-Roseanne, died May
15, 2006.
LUCAS-Gail E., died May 14,
2,006.
MARCINKOWSKI-Helen, 88,
diedMay 10, 2006. '
MATHIS-Coarence F., died
May 13, 2006. ALPHONSO
WEST MORTUARY, INC.
MCGEE-Hodgest, Jr., 63, died
May 13, 2006. .
MITCHELL-Mary, died May
10, 2006.
CAMACHO-MUNOZ-Carlos,
died May 9, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY, INC.
RODRIGO-Bobbie Jean,44, -,
died May 13, 2006.
SIMPSON-Frankie Mae, died .
May 11, 2006.
SMALL-Geraldinie, 67, died .


May 11, 2006.
SMITH-Henry J., 74, died May .
15, 2006.
WALKER-Robert, died May '
10, 2006.
WEBB-Henry, died May 15,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MOR-
TUARY, INC.
WILSON-Calvin L.,Jr., died
May 10, 2006. A.B. COLE- 2
MAN MORTUARY, INC.


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Governor Continues His Pattern of Ignoring and

Circumventing voters with Latest Power Attempt
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Democratic Party filed a brief with the Florida Supreme Court in opposition to
Governor Jeb Bush's plot to block Alachua County voters from deciding on their new sheriff this November.
This is the latest in a long line of Bush administration attacks on the voters' will. The Division of
Elections already ruled on the case, but because Bush didn't get his way, he is stubbornly persisting with the
frivolous power grab attempt, the Gainesville Sun reported.
"From the flawed touch screen voting machines and voter purges to the error-laden voter file to the con-
tinuing class size repeal, Jeb Bush and his cronies have consistently attacked the will of Florida voters," Florida
Democratic Party Chair Karen Thurman said. "Even on his way out the door, Jeb continues his pattern of play-
ing politics when the law doesn't suit his interests."
The current Alachua County sheriff a Republican in a solidly Democratic county expressed to Bush
his intent to announce his resignation in May in order to run for the State Senate, according to the Gainesville
Sun.
Bush wants to circumvent the law, avoid the voters and appoint a replacement even though Florida law
states that if more than 28 months remain in an elected official's term, a special election should be held to allow
the voters to decide a replacement. The current sheriff does not face reelection until November 2008.
Though the resignation would not be effective until October, the Democratic Party believes the May
announcement would allow more than ample time to put the sheriff position on the ballot this November.
"Government should always err on the side of voters," Thurman said. "This is a democracy, not a monar-
chy."
Bush recently requested the opinion of the Division of Elections, but he didn't like their answer so he is
turning to the Florida Supreme Court in the hopes that they will allow him to'appoint a Republican crony to the
position.
A similar circumstance arose recently in Leon County, where a Republican county commissioner plans to
announce his resignation this summer and actually resign the post in November. Though his seat is not up until
2008, the commissioner has stated that he wants the voters to decide his replacement in the November election,
according to the Tallahassee Democrat.


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Targeting Underage Drinking
The St. Johns County Sheriffs Office, in con-
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developed a task force initiative to curb underage
drinking, drug and tobacco use. The PACT is com-
prised of various community organizations, business
leaders, and youth assistance groups to reduce the con-
sequences of underage substance abuse issues. The
task force will begin with the completion of this year's
school term in an effort to educate, and mitigate the
impact that these drugs have on St Johns County youth.
The task force will target underage alcohol and


Senators Announce Bill to Waive Medicare Late Enrollment Fees tobacco sales, as well as, responding to parties where


WASHINGTON, D.C. A bipartisan coalition of senators today announced legislation that would give an.
estimated 7.5 million seniors a chance to sign up for the Medicare prescription drug program without paying stiff
late enrollment penalties.
The bill's four sponsors U.S. Senators Bill Nelson (D-FL), Chuck Grassley,(R-IA), Max Baucus (D-MT)
and Mike DeWine (R-OH) formed a strong partnership in an effort to eliminate the program's late enrollment
fees until the end of 2006. Monday, May 15, 2006 was the last day for seniors to sign up for the program without
facing a financial penalty.
The bipartisan bill waives the program's requirement that those who enroll after May 15 must pay an addi-
tional one percent of their premiums for each month they delayed signing up. Because seniors only can join the
program during open enrollment periods, those who didn't sign up by the current May 15 deadline will have to
wait until 2007, and as a result will pay 7 percent more in premiums for life.
Nelson says this change to the Medicare prescription drug program will help millions of seniors avoid pay-
ing these higher premiums, saving them hundreds of dollars over time. "Some seniors were unaware of the May
15 deadline or had trouble understanding the program," he says. "But just because they missed the deadline, they
don't deserve to be hit with this huge financial penalty."
Nelson has been a leader in the effort to make enrollment in the new Medicare program easier for seniors.
He introduced bipartisan legislation to extend the Medicare prescription drug program's enrollment deadline, elim-
inate financial penalties for late enrollment and allow seniors to switch plans once if necessary. He offered his
legislation as an amendment on three separate occasions. Despite receiving majority votes, they failed due to pro-
cedural hurdles. Nelson plans to continue pushing for these changes.


underage or illegal substance abuse use may be occur-
ring. Once illegal activities are discovered deputies
will further investigate who is responsible for provid-
ing the substances. In cases where underage use has
been supported by a person over the age of 21 the indi-
vidual may be charged with various state statutes.
The PACT Coalition ,is funded by the
Governor's Office of Drug Control, and was awarded to
20 counties in Florida with the highest per capital rates
of underage drinking in Florida. For additional infor-
mation on PACT' Prevention Coalition, contact Julia
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New Survey: Coastal Residents Still Unprepared as New Hurricane Season Approaches
Emergency Officials Launch Educational Initiative to Arm Hurricane- Vulnerable Residents with Life-Saving Information

MIAMI -- Despite the past two historic and devastating hurricanes, a new regional survey reveals a dangerously high percentage of residents in hurricane-vulnerable states
still are not prepared, don't take.the threat of hurricanes seriously, and have big gaps in what they know about hurricanes, even those who live within 30 miles of the coast.
Among the key findings that concerned emergency managers: Of those surveyed:
56% don't feel vulnerable to a hurricane or related tornado or flooding,
60% have no family disaster plan,
68% have no hurricane survival kit,
83% have taken no steps to make their homes stronger,
And 13% said they might not or would not evacuate even if ordered to leave --leaving tens of thousands of residents at grave risk.
Katrina was. quite a national wake-up call, yet it seems too many residents are still asleep, said Max Mayfield, National Hurricane Center Director. We're facing
another active and potentially deadly season in just a few weeks. Its vital that residents of hurricane-vulnerable states take the threat seriously and get prepared.
That's why Mayfield and partners, the National Emergency Management Association, the Salvation Army and the State Emergency Response Team (SERT) of
Florida, today announced the launch of the National Hurricane Survival Initiative. The initiative, funded by title sponsor, Plylox, with additional support from Progress
Energy, Travelers insurance and BellSouth, aims to educate residents in hurricane-vulnerable states about the risks' and steps they can take to protect themselves.
In addition to an informative Web,site, www.hurricanesafety.org, residents can tune into two educational television programs, Hurricane 2006and The National
Hurricane Survival Test which will be broadcast in.more than 40 markets on network affiliate and cable stations.
Overall, Florida residents, who have weathered the most storms by far, and residents of Southern states were more prepared and knew more about hurricanes than
those in more northern states.. But coastal residents, who live within 30 miles of the coast, were no more prepared nor did they fare better on a quiz of hurricane facts
than those who live further inland.
We are beginning to make progress in creating a culture of preparedness among Florida residents, said Florida Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings. But, as the last hurricane
season taught us, hurricanes are unpredictable, and no one is immune. The next target could be Texas, Alabama, North Carolina or even New York. All these residents
need to be informed and ready.
One alarming regional survey finding was how long many residents would wait before evacuating and how far they would go, factors that increase the chances of
evacuees getting stuck in gridlock and caught on the road a most dangerous place to ride out a storm. One in five said they would leave only 12 to 24 hours before a
storm makes landfall, and one in three said they would drive as far as possible, trying to outrun the storm. In fact, emergency managers say residents should only go as
far as necessary to find a safe shelter outside the evacuation zone.
We need residents to know they cant outsmart, outguess or outrun a hurricane, said Craig Fugate, Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management.
Hurricane forecasts give us a warning, but these storms direction and intensity are subject to change dramatically. People can't wait until a storm is bearing down to pre-
pare and have a plan.
One reason for the late departure may be residents desire to protect their homes: One in four residents said they would not begin to prepare their home until a
hurricane strike,was within 24 hours, leaving little time to'evacuate. Of those who said they might or would not evacuate even if ordered, one in three cited protecting
their property as the reason for staying. Ironically all it takes is for one window to break to put you in danger board up those windows, secure your garage doors, make
sure you pick up all your lawn furniture, put your barbeque grill in the garage -- just take care of your property."
Of the 13% of residents who said they are responsible for an elderly or disabled person, one in three had no disaster plan for them if a. hurricane threatened.
The deadly threat of storm surge was one. of the most serious knowledge gap's revealed by the survey: 68% did not know storm surge represents the greatest potential for
loss of life from a hurricane even after witnessing the destructive force of storm surge during Hurricane Katrina. Yet 13% of coastal residents said they would not or
might not evacuate even if ordered to do so. The survey also revealed as many as a third of residents may not be adequately insured. 'One in three of those surveyed said
its been three years or longer since they reviewed their insurance coverage and an equal number said they didn't have or weren't sure if they had replacement coverage.
Given the huge growth in property values in many areas, these residents may not have adequate coverage to rebuild if they suffered catastrophic losses. In addition, more
than half of those surveyed thought their insurance policies covered flood damage or weren't sure. In fact, homeowners only have flood protection if they have purchased
federal flood insurance. "As important as it is for homeowners to minimize losses where possible, its inevitable that these storms will inflict damage, sometimes in a cat-
astrophic way," said Ray Stone, vice president of catastrophe operations for Travelers. "The critical question to ask is, 'Could I afford to rebuild if I suffered a cata-
strophic loss?'
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Rookie D.J. Shockley Schaub. Southeastern Conference
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former Georgia football star
star in the seventh round
with the idea of making him
the third quarterback behind
Michael Vick and Matt


waiting
four years
for his
chance to
iistart at
D.J. Georgia,
Shockley Shockley
guided the Bulldogs to the


being rewarded for his
patience, the native of sub-
urban Atlanta got to start his
NFL career close to home.
While it was only a mini-
camp, he still had ample
chance to impress. His new
team doesn't seem the least
bit concerned about
Shockley's unorthodox
throwing motion, supposed-
ly an area of concern head-
ing into the draft.
Shockley is already get-
ting a bit of razzing from his
new teammates. Before a
quarterback meeting
Sunday, he was told to get
drinks for all the veterans.
He can expect more of the
same during the coming
months and on into training
camp, which begins July 27.


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Similar charges against for-
mer Minnesota quarterback
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some cases, stripped naked.


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Harold Robinson (Kansas State University File Photo)
MANHATTAN, Kan. Harold Robinson, the first black
scholarship athlete in what would become the Big 12
Conference, died at 76.
Robinson, a center who joined the Kansas State football
team in 1949, died Tuesday at his home in Wharton, N.J., the
school said. A cause of death was not given. He was a 2004
inductee in the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame
"His story was so compelling and the challenges he faced
were so great that we cannot comprehend them," said Ron
Prince, the first black head football coach at Kansas State.
Robinson was born and raised in Manhattan, where he
made the varsity football team in high school. After gradua-
tion, h'e tried out for Kansas State's team. In 1949, there were
no blacks on the Wildcats or any of the teams in what was
then the Big Seven Conference.
"When I walked on the practice field I was waiting for
someone to say, 'Hey, you're not supposed to be here.' But
nobody ever said anything," he told the campus newspaper,
the Kansas State Collegian, in 2003.

Roy Jones, Jr. Returning To Ring
Roy Jones Jr., will fight for the
first time in nearly 10 months on
July 29. when he faces "Prince"
Badi Ajamu for the NABQ's light
heavyweight title at Qwest Arena
in Boise, Idaho.
Initially, Jones was to be a part
of a "legends" card, including for-
mer heavyweight champion
Evander Holyfield and former
light heavyweight and cruiser-
weight champ Virgil Hill.
Promoter Ritch Danner, of Sports Roy Jones, jr.
and Entertainment Media in Las Vegas, said Monday that
Holyfield will not be a part of the card, but that negotiations
are continuing with Hill, who. would face Boise native
Kenny Keene.
The full card is expected to be announced June 1 and will
be available on pay-per-view.


LOS ANGELES Elgin
Baylor, the Los Angeles
Clippers' vice president of
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NBA's Executive of the Year
in voting by 45 league exec-
utives.
Baylor received 15 votes
to eight for Toronto's Bryan
Colangelo, who finished
second in the voting.
The Clippers, longtime
NBA doormats, finished the
regular season with a 47-35
record-- their best since the
1974-75 season, when they
played in Buffalo and won a
franchise-record 49 games.
The. Clippers qualified
for the playoffs for the first
time in nine years, and
reached the second round
for the first time since 1976.
They trail the Phoenix
Suns 3-2 in the Western
Conference semifinals.
Baylor provided the
Clippers with their starting
backcourt last summer,
acquiring Sam Cassell in a
trade with the Minnesota
Timberwolves and signing
Cuttino Mobley to a free-
agent contract.
Then, Baylor swung a
midseason trade with the


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ing Vladimir Radmanovic
for Chris Wilcox to give the
Clippers a needed long-dis-
tance shooting threat.
Cassell, Mobley and
Radmanovic have teamed


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Maggette, Chris Kaman,
Quinton Ross and Shaun
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time all-NBA first-team


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points in a 14-year career.
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guilty in a court of law. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports are a
matter ofpublic record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.
They Took Over His House -- An officer was dispatched to
the 1000 block of Margaret Street in reference to the com-
plainant stating that several people were inside his residence
and he wanted them out. The complainant stated that the sub-
jects were selling drugs and threatening him.
The complainant stated that at approximately 2100
about the end of April, he was approached at his home by a
black male who he knows only as "Corey L." The com-
plainant stated that Corey told him that he wanted to take over
his house and set up a "trap" (a drug house). The complainant
stated that he refused to give the house up to Corey. The com-
plainant stated that he told Corey that he had not paid the rent,
so they could not take the house over.
The complainant stated that the subjects came back
later that night and forced their way into his house with guns.
The complainant stated that the subjects have been living in the
house selling drugs out of it since that time. He advised the
officer at the PMB in which an officer wrote a 94 report and
advised the complainant to contact the officers in his zone.
Four officers joined the original officer and advised
the complainant that they were going to assist him in removing
the people that had taken over his house.
Then complainant opened the front door to his resi-
dence and called up to the occupants and when they answered,
the officer led the way up the stairs and covered the suspects
while the other officers searched them for weapons and their
identification.
The suspect was seated on a couch in the living room
and when he stood up there were two small baggies under him,
one which contained powder cocaine and the other had pieces
of crack cocaine which both were field tested positive.
The suspect was searched and found in his left front
pocket was a large bag of cocaine along with some cash and in
his rear pocket there was some additional cash mostly $20.00
dollar bills. That cocaine was also field tested positive.
The suspects were told their rights by one of the offi-
cers. The total amount of currency was $1,001.00 which was
seized for forfeiture and the suspect was provided a property of
seizure notice.
The suspect advised the large bag of cocaine was
approximately 8 grams.
The suspects were arrested and taken to jail.

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TAiPA, Fia. .- A 44-year-old woman escaped serious
injury from a gunshot Sunday thanks to her seat belt and a,
thick bra strap, authorities said.
Robin Key, 44, of Riverview, Fla., was shot through the
windshield of the car she was riding in Sunday. She said she
felt a searing pain n her shoulder.
Hillsborough County sheriffs deputies said a .38-caliber
bullet smashed through the windshield then bounced off
Key's shoulder thanks to a seat belt and a thick bra strap.
The copper-jacketed slug landed in her lap.
"It's a big bullet, but you had alL those forces acting
against it." Hillsborough sheriffs spokesman J.D. Callaway
told the St. Petersburg Times. "'t's very rare that something
like that occurs. She's very lucky. You know, we're just glad'
she came out OK."
Key said she didn't know why anyone would shoot her.
Sheriffs deputies later arrested two men in connection with
the shooting several hours later.
Authorities said they do not have a motive for the shoot-
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Texas Takes Aim At Gas Pill
AUSTIN, Texas What do mothballs and toilet bowl
deodorant bars have to do with drastically improving gas
mileage?
Nothing,;say prosecutors who are going after a company
that claims a small ball made with the chemicals in those
S:products is a "gas pill" that can boost mileage 25 percent Or
more.
"It's natural for people to look for ways to save money,'
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said Wednesday.
"Sometimes, scammers come out of the woodwork."
Abbott announced a lawsuit against BioPerformance
Inc., a day after a San Antonio judge signed a temporary
restraining order forcing the Dallas company to cease
alleged deceptive acts and freeze its assets.
The pills, which are dropped into gas tanks, are part of an
illegal pyramid scheme, Abbott said. According to the law-
suit, the company makes money by getting consumers to


purchase in bulk, then sell the pills to others.
BioPerformance landowners Lowell Mims and Gustavo
Romero of Irving could not immediately be reached for
comment. The company's Web site says "area managers,"
who buy in with 13 bottles for $499, can earn up to $730,000
a year.
If found in violation of state deceptive trade laws, the
owners of BioPerformance could be fined $20,000 per vio-
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MAY20, 2006


Your Weekly Horoscope

(MAY 20, 2006-MAY 26, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) five letter word
sums up your cur-
rent concern. If
we spell it out
slowly, we may
also prove that
your problem is not as big as
you fear. M is for mystery.
You have never fully under-
stood quite why your
finances fluctuate as they
do. 0 is for opportunity.
What you face may seem
like pressure but it's actually
a chance to solve that mys-
tery. N is for new as in this
week's New Moon in Aries
and the new start that it will
soon offer you. E is for
everything you need and the
notion that if, you truly need
it there must be a way to get
it. Y is for you and your tal-
ent. Put all this together and
you'll soon make money!
This week lucky num-
bers are: 5, 9, 15, 23, 27.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21) Some of you are
contemplating a
change of resi-
dence. Others are
Seen to alter some
key factor in their domestic
set up. Few born under your
sign can put their hands on
their hearts and say that all is
fine on the home front. In
theory, this week, you
should be able to ignore
these difficulties and get on
with the rest of your life. In
practice? Almost certainly.
you need to do something.
An arrangement has to be
changed, a new plan has to
be explored, some hope of
an eventual change has to be
raised. That's all fuie pfovid-,
ed you don't let J(upiter's
influence inspire you to do
something overly extreme or
sudden. This week lucky,
numbers are: 2, 24, 30. 32,
38.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) One
clever decision
does not turn you
into an infallible
expert any more than one
regrettable choice makes
you a fooL We all have our
moments of deep insight and
our inoments of wild
impulse. Problems only
arise when we try to con-I
vince ourselves that all our
moments fall into the same
category or when others
look at us and appear to
make such a judgement. You
have no right to dismiss
every word a certain person
is now saying and they have
no rigfit to do this to you.
This week's link from
Mercury to Uranus suggests
coming changes will force a
big, positive rethink in a key
area of your world. This
week lucky numbers are: 3,
9, 17, 23, 29.
Cancer June 21- July
22) You may not (yet) be
ecstatically happy
1 but you should be
.',1 starting to feel
more comfortable
and less insecure. The awk-
ward planetary factors
which have lately been erod-
ing your confidence and
intensifying your need for
re-assurance have already
begun to diminish. This
week, further improvements
in the cosmic climate will
provide an even greater


sense of strength. Whether
your key concerns are finan-
cial or emotional, there's
plenty to look forward to. As
you approach the new Moon
in your opposite sign, we see
you finally beginning to
conquer an old fear and stop
r.


others pushing you around.
Leo (July 23 -August
22) Mercury has
joined Venus in
Leo. Were it not
for the Sun's
sharp links to Jupiter and
Saturn, I'd predict a week
full of nothing but joy and
success. These flies in the
cosmic ointment however,
suggest too much of a good
thing. A glowing, attractive
opportunity lies before you.
There seems though, no way
to take full advantage of it
without creating .trouble,
tension or paying some
other kind of heavy price.
Should you make a tough
sacrifice you later resent or
risk a tempting indulgence
regardless of the conse-
quences? It's an academic
question! Just remember
though, if you can't be
good... be careful! This
week lucky numbers are: 15,
23, 27, 33, 35.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) The
Ancient textbooks
do \ not agree
about everything
but they all insist
that people born under your
sign are level headed, wise
and restrained. Which is odd
really. If we didn't know bet-
ter, we might ascribe your
recent behavior to a wild,
impetuous character with a.
deil1-maN -care streak.
Maybe it's just a temporary
consequence of having both
Uranus and Jupiter antago-
nistically aligned to your
ruler or maybe there IS a
method to your madness.
Just in case though, draw a
deep breath before you
make a big move this week.
You don't want to destroy a
reputation it has taken your
sign thousands of years to
earn! This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 8. 32. 38, 42.
Libra (September 23
October 23) Its only in
our moments of
darkness that we
recognize the true
light of our lies.
While golden rays: are
streaming in through every
window, it's easy to mistake
a mirror for a magical source
of sunshine. Most of the
things that seemingly bring
us joy however, are simply
shiny surfaces as useful as
whatever they reflect. Be
glad this week, of the shad-
ow which is currently being
cast over a part of your
world. If it's obliging you to
appreciate the only thing in
your life' that's really worth
praising and preserving, it's
doing you a most enormous
favor. Venus insists you're
being offered help not hard-
ship. This week lucky num-
bers are: 3, 17, 23, 27,-3.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21) The trou-
ble with being
determined to
S. make something
happen by hook
or by crook is that this furi-
ous, relentless commitment
can prevent you from recog-
nizing a much easier way to
attain your objective. Like a
boxer who has been in train-
ing for a big showdown with
an infamous opponent,
you're psyched up for a
showdown. This week lucky


numbers are: 8, 12, 14, 18,
60.
S a g it t a ri u-s
(November 22 -
December 21) Recent
events have taken
you so far, so fast
that you're hardly


sure where you stand with
regard to anyone or anything
any more. You suspect
you're on the threshold of
one of the most rewarding
eras of your life. You fear
though, that you may be
about to encounter some
enormous obstacle, make a
big mistake or experience
some great disappoint-
ment.This week lucky num-
bers are: 3, 9, 15, 27, 35.
Ca p r i c o r n
(December 22 January
19)History books
are full of tales of
derring do. This I
leaves us with the
impression that to
be a great leader, you need
to be forever making brave,
controversial moves. This is
partly though because histo-
ry books, like newspapers,
need a story to tell.. Dog
bites man is hardly news.
'Man bites dog' is good for
the front page. Likewise.
This week lucky numbers
are: 2, 18, 20, 32, 50.
Aquarius (January
20 .There's no such thing as
a perfect plan.
Every dream has
its downside,
ev ery clever con-
tribution has its critics. You
can't just drop your current
big idea because a certain
someone doesn't like it. You
can modify the notion so


that it more easily accom-
modates this person's need.
You can also adjust the way
you talk about it so as to
make it somehow less con-,
tentious. In essence though;,
you know what has to hap-
pen and why... and the plan- .
ets insist you're completely
correct. This week's astro-..
logical links suggest you-
need diplomacy and sensi-
tivity... but you also need the
courage of your convictions.
This week lucky numbers
are: 3, 5, 17, 29, 47,.
Pisces (February 19 -
March You are
currently emerg- F
ing from a 1 I
process very sim-
lar to that which
the goats are just embarking
on. Recent events have
made you keenly aware of a"
certain weakness or lack of
insight. You've been hum-
bled and have taken sincere
steps to improve matters. As.
a result, you are now being
'brought back up' to a posi-
tion of true strength. This is.
a far cry from the superficial
type of strength that most
people aspire to. It is power
fuelled by wisdom not arro-
gance. Saturn's link to
Neptune- suggests you'll
become very wise and pow-
erful indeed this week. This'
week lucky numbers are: 20,.
50, 54, 62, 72.


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Alexandra Rieger:


Photos 2006 by Andre' B. Murray/www. bernagency.photoreflect.com


By Rych McCain
Our spotlight this
week proudly shines on
14 year-old Alexandra
Rieger. She is an actress,
singer, dancer, musician
(piano & guitar), and
writes scripts, music and
is publishing her first
book. Rieger's most
recent movie role was in
Akeelah And The Bee
opposite KeKe Palmer,
Laurence Fishbume and
Angela Bassett. She has
a two picture deal as the
lead and will be starting
principal photography in
the upcoming weeks on
the first feature of that
deal tentatively titled
The Princess And The
Diva, which she stars as
the Princess.
Rieger was born in
Heidelberg, Germany
where at age 3 she began
taking ballet and music
classes. This lead to her
being accepted into the
Royal Academy of
Ballet by age 7. Of
course, she speaks fluent
German and blew actor
and California Governor
A r n o 1 d
Schwarzenegger's mind
when she had an oppor-
tunity to interview him
and talked to him in
German. He was just too


through psychologically
with an African-
American child speaking
his language on the same
level with him.
Rieger moved to the
States with her family at
age 9 and became
involved with
Community Theater in
the San Jose, California
area where she was dis-
covered by an agent dur-
ing a performance. This
lead to booking commer-
cials and then the big
break into films via her
first movie role in the Fox
Searchlight film Bee
Season opposite Richard
Gere and Juliette
Binoche. The Akeelah
role soon followed.
Rieger has always
been aware of her talent
and her interests in the
performing arts. She is all
smiles when she
describes her childhood,
"I've always loved act-
ing, singing and perform-
ing. I would set up an
audience with all of my
stuffed animals gathered
around me. I'd be per-
forming, singing and
dancing. It seemed like
big huge crowds cheering
and I always loved it."
Rieger's excitement
Alexandra cont'd on D-5!


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By Rych McCain

Music:
Snopp Dogg hosted
the Hip-Hop Gaming
League (HHGL)
Championships this past
weekend at the Element
Night Club in
Hollywood. The affair
was taped by MTV2 and
featured a live perform-
ance by the Ying-Yang
Twins.


Congrats Are In
Order:
Our best wishes and
congrates goes out to one
of our own personal mem-
bers from our family of
youth actors, Miss
Cherrelle Noyd; the eldest
daughter of the famous
Noyd acting family. She
turned a ripe old 17 on
May 10th (Happy
Birthday) and will go to
her senior prom Thursday,


May 18th and graduates
on June 12thfrom high
school. As if that wasn't
enough, Noyd just booked
a guest starring role as
(Princess) on The Shield,
The FXNetwork, with the
offer by the production
company for possible
recurring appearances.
Hot New Book:
Sharon Denise
Allison-Ottey, MD, affec-
tionately known as Dr.


Sharon has authored a
dynamically powerful
new- book that is now
available titled "ALL I
EVER DID WAS LOVE
A MAN." It's the love
story, which will evoke
your every emotion from
laughter to tears and at
the same time educate
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Hot Summer Movies!


By Dwight Brown, NNPA Film
Critic

So what's up at the movies this
summer?
Well, we're having a heatwave.
Black actors and filmmakers strut
their stuff in indies, action
movies, musicals, romances and
comedies. It's gonna be a long hot
summer!
The Month of May
Ving Rhames and Laurence
Fishburne team with Tom Cruise
in this action-packed installment,
Mission: Impossible III. This
straight-up action thriller will get
the blood rushing through your
veins quicker than someone
yelling "fire" in a crowded movie
house. Villainous arms-trader
(Oscar-winning actor Phillip
Seymour Hoffman) threatens to
kill Tom's loved ones. Ving's got
Tom's back and Laurence is his
boss.
X-Men: The Last Stand is also the
third in a movie series. Tom's a
hero but these characters possess
superpowers. And no one puts the
chill on a villain's day faster than
Halle Berry as Storm, who rejoins
co-stars Hugh Jackman and
Famke Janssen in this highly-suc-
cessful franchise that focuses its
storyline on a new cure that could
change the X-Men back into just-
plain people. (May 26)
Comedienne extraordinaire
Wanda Sykes lends her consider-
able talent, timing and distinctive
voice to Stella the Skunk in the
animated feature Over The Hedge
(May 19), a DreamWorks/Pixar
release. RJ, a raccoon (Bruce
Willis), talks a few wild life crit-
ters into crossing the hedge to see
how the human species thrive.
Think Shrek, and then add some
fur.
The Poseidon Adventure by Paul
Gllico, was published in 1969. Its
first screen adaptation three years
later, with Gene Hackman aid
Shelley Winters, became a classic
if cheesy box-office smash.
Passengers on a luxury cruise ship
go into survival mode when a tidal
wave flips their vessel. Now, 34
years later, Poseidon, a new
$100+ million remake (May 12)
with Josh Lucas and Kurt Russell,


also features Andre Braugher as
the captain and the voice of reason
on a panic-struck ship.
June is Busting Out Allover
While big-budget blockbusters
like Superman fill movie screens
during this joyous wedding
month, black actors and filmmak-
ers will work their magic in medi-
um-budget, low-budget and
.indie/art films. Keep a look out
for Bow Wow in The Fast and the
Furious: Tokyo Drift (June 16).
The high-octane series travels to
the Far East, Japan, and is a star
vehicle for Lucas Black and Mr.
Wow.
Producer Lee Daniels (Halle
Berry's Monster's Ball) tries his
hand at directing with the artful,
erotic thriller Shadowboxer, star-
ring Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Helen
Mirren. Gooding Jr., in a depar-
ture from the wholesome charac-
ters he's played lately (Snow
Dogs, Radio), portrays a stepson
whose mom has very lecherous
eyes. Both are contract killers.
Someone, please call child wel-
fare!
Brazil exports Lower City (Cidade
Baixa, June 16), a scintillating
m6nage-a-trois tale by promising
director, S6rgio Merchado, Walter
Salles' assistant director on the
Oscar-nominated Central Station.
Two young men (LAzaro Ramos,
Wagner Moura), childhood
friends, own a cargo boat that
takes wares to the historic city of
Salvador, do Bahia Brazil. Their
bond is tested when an impetuous,
bootylicious hooker (Alice Braga)
hitches a ride and pays for the trip
with sex. Friends, yes. Blind no.
The guys fight over her and all
three can't seem to keep their
clothes on. Nicely shot, erotic
drama with a gorgeous musical
score.
Brazil is also the setting ofFavela
Rising (June 2), a documentary
about a group of socially-con-
scious artists, headed by Afro-
Brazilian singer/writer Anderson
Sa, who empower the poor living
in violent, wretched, drug-dealer-
run slums called "favelas." Afro-
Reggae, the community-building
movement they have founded,
helps young people and anyone
else who is interested find creative


ways to express themselves in
music groups and dance.
If your child was kidnapped. and
held for ransom, would you rob
banks to get the money to free
him? Any hesitation means you
might. That is the provocative
question posed in the urban
thriller Waist Deep (June 23),
which headlines Tyrese, a soul
singer whose acting career has
skyrocketed. Larenz Tate co-stars,
Vondie Curtis-Hall (Gridlock'd,
Glitter) directs.
The Heart of the Game (June
14), chronicles the true story of a
young African-American girl,
Damellia Russell, who joins an
all-White girls' basketball team
coached by a middle-aged man
whose style is reminiscent of Phil
Jackson's Zen technique. He
turns the team into a pack of
wolves hungry for its next victory.
Although Darnellia is from the
other side of town, rival high
school territory, the team rallies
around her in times of crisis.
July Gets Real Hot
Don't drag out your 1980s white
Armani linen suits just yet.. Yes,
*" .>r -. --" :-


Cuba Gooding, Jr. in Shadowboxing
Miami Vice (July 28) is back, but
Philip Michael Thomas and Don
Johnston have retired. Jamie Foxx
and Colin Farrell step into their soft,
summer loafers and fashionable
threads with the guidance of the TV
show's original
director/producer/writer Michael
Mann. Crockett and Tubbs rock South
Beach like a hurricane as two under-
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Alexandra continued from D-1
builds as she describes
her entry into the biz pro-
fessionally. "I became
involved in plays. I loved
the musical theater. I said
to my mom that I really
wanted to be in the busi-
ness. My mom said you
need to pray about it. So I
was praying so hard and
at the next play I did;
there was an agent who
asked if I wanted to be in
the business. I said "yes,"
"exactly," and we signed
on. That was the first time
I ever had an agent, so it
was cool." On Rieger's
first audition, she booked
a SAG Commercial for
Healthy Kids Against
Drugs. Rieger said it was
fun.
Her family recently
relocated from San Jose
to Los Angeles so she


could really be in the
heart of the action. In
checking out her new sur-
roundings Rieger says,
"When I got here, it was
so amazing. It wasn't
exactly what I expected,
but there is so much hope,
so much opportunity, so
much chance here and I
really loved it here in LA
and I still do."
Rieger has performed
her stand up comic rou-
tine on stage at the world
famous Improv in
Hollywood. She also had
one of the songs she has
written placed on a movie
sound track. She plans to
expand her singing, piano
and guitar playing onto
the club venues and con-
cert stages. With all of
this activity, what time
does she have for school
and a personal life? "I am
home schooled and I also


take difference courses at
USC (The University of
Southern California). My
mom is a physician, my
grandmother is a profes-
sor and my dad is an engi-
neer. My uncle and aunt
are lawyers and they all
pitch in with my educa-
tion. So I get really well-
rounded teaching from
my whole family which is
really awesome."
Alexandra Rieger is a
name that you will be
hearing more about in the
months and even years to
come. Some of the higher
powers in the industry are
all ready comparing her
as a cross between Alicia
Keys and Halle Berry.
This young lady has it all
i.e., the eye catching
looks, intelligence, will,
drive and determination
to make it happen; what
ever she desires!


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cover agents sorting out the
bad guys from the innocent
party people.
A house can be a money
pit, but in Monster House
(July 21) it's a man-eater.
A-group of kids knows the
domicile's real deal but
have trouble convincing
others that mi casa is not su
casa. The performance-
capture technique used in
Polar Express provides the
unique animated but nearly
live-action effects. Nick,
Cannon lends his voice to
this kid-friendly, slightly
scary feature from the
imaginations of Robert
Zemeckis and Steven
Spielberg.
Girls just want to have fun
- and revenge in John
Tucker Must Die (July 28).
Actually they were having
fun until a dude started
playing them. Boy trouble
turns merry young, ladies
into girls with a serious


grudge. Hip-hop pop singer
Ashanti plays a hi4-g
school cheerleader named
Heather. Hell hath no fury
like unstable hormones in a
short pleated skirt.
The Wayans Brothers had
their way with White
Chicks, and they are still on
a comic roll with Little
Man (July 5), directed bvy
Keenan Wayans. Ma fo
plays a dwarf who goes on
the lam after stealing a dia-
mond. When he masquer-
ades as a toddler child he
winds up in the home of
two loving parents, played
by Shawn Wayans and
Kerry Washington.
The Dog Days ofAugust
Samuel L. Jackson, the
hardest-working man in
show business since
Sammy Davis, Jr. passed
away, is in a Sim that
focuses on two of our
greatest fears. The title says
it all Snakes on a Plane
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V I A


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.donnarichardson.co
m
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
*Sat. 5/19, 1:00 p.m. -
Foxy Brown Movie
(1974) with Pam Grier,
Antonio Fargas. Don't
mess around with Foxy
Brown. She's the meanest
chick' in town! A sexy
black woman, Foxy
Brown, seeks revenge
when her government
agent boyfriend Michael
is shot down by gangsters
led by the kinky couple of
Steve Elias and Miss
Katherine.
*Sat. 5/19, 3:00 p.m. -
Hammer Movie (1972)


with Fred Williamson,
Bernie Hamilton, Vonetta
McGee. This
Blaxploitation film may
Snot be considered as one
of the best, but it's still a
good one and very enter-
taining.The action and
fight scenes are good in a
realistic way, the acting is
not bad, and the. story is
easy to follow.
*Sat. 5/19, 5:00 p.m. -
Hell Up In Harlem -
Movie (1973) starring
Fred Williamson, Gloria
Hendry, Julius Harris, and
Margaret Avery. Black
Godfather is back...and
there's gonna be Hell up
in Harlem. un sequel takes
off where Black Caesar
took off with lots of vio-
lence. A gangster in
Harlem must rescue his
ex-wife, who has been
kidnapped by the Mafia.
Tommy comes from a
forced rest period due to
injuries suffered in


Harlem's gang warfare.
With the help of his girl,
he will reorganize his
gang, and overcome his
rival gang leaders, through
extreme acts of violence
and death.
*Sat. 5/19, 8:00 p.ni. -
The Riff Movie (2001)
with Antonio Fargas, Nia
Peeples, Mister Jones, and
Cameron Smith. Two old
friends who have been
apart for years are brought
back together; unfortu-
nately it's by their love for
the same woman.
*Sun. 5/20, 3:00 p.m. -
Bojangles Movie (2001)
with Gregory Hines,
Kimberly Elise, Savion
Glover, Peter Riegert.
This biography of
African American
William "Bojangles"
Robinson (Gregory Hines)
explores his earliest roots
as a street performer much
against his grandmother's
wishes, his rise in vaude-


ville overcoming racial
barriers, and then con-
quering additional racial
barriers in Hollywood.
Known to the general
public as the smiling, tap-
dancing sidekick -of
Shirley Temple in many of
her movies, Bill Robinson
nevertheless fought many
prejudices in his rise.
*Sun. 5/20, 8:00"p.m. -
Nothing But A Man-
Movie (1964) with Ivan
Dixon, Abbey Lincoln,
Julius Harris, and Yaphet
Kotto. A young black man
in 1963-Alabama love ;.
minister's daughter, works
hard, and is put. upon,
oppressed, and called
"boy" by everyone with
whom he comes in con-
tact; he wants to be "noth-
ing but a man."
*Sun. 5/20, 10:00 p.m. -
The Defiant Ones Movie
(1958) with Sidney
Poitier, Tony Curtis.
Directed by Stani-7


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Whassup continued from D-1
the reader about the issue
of HIV/AIDS. Dr. Sharon
was recently appointed the
Health Strategist Director
for Rev. TD Jakes
.Ministries and The
Potter's House. She is
currently on a book pro-
"Aitional tour. Check with
your local book stores or
go on line to
http://www.jpgbook.com.
I would love to hear
from you. Hit me up at
feedbackrych@sbcglob-
al.net. Check out Andre's
photos at www.berna-
gency.photoreflect.com
Maat-Hotep!
Rych


Hot Movies continued from D-5
(August 18) and the film
has already built an audi-
ence on the Internet.
Jackson is a U.S. Marshall
accompanying a mob wit-
ness from Hawaii to L.A.
A crate of venomous
snakes is released on the
flight. The serpents don't
have tickets, and they don't
care. The thought of those
reptiles slithering up ,a
pants leg or down a dress
on a crowed jumbo jet a
mile above earth is enough
to make anyone hit the
flight-attendant call-buttop.
If Samuel L. Jackson is hhe
summer-movie veteran,
Shareeka Epps is this
year's brilliant ingenue.


Epps stars in Half Nelson
(August 17) as a 13-year-
old student who befriends
a crack-addicted history
'teacher (Ryan Gosling, The
Notebook) after finding
him in a semiconscious
drug stupor in a locker
room stall after a basket-
ball game. Highly-touted at
the 2006 Sundance Film
Festival, it's a sensitive*
story and a unique cou-
pling. Two lost souls con-
necting on levels not often
seen in film.
Originally made for HBO,
Idle wild (August 25) is
being catapulted to the big
screen for a summer debut
and Outkast couldn't be
happier. Andre "Andre


3000" Benjamin and
Antwan A. Patton star as
boyhood pals who have
grown up amid
Prohibition-era gangster
life. Writer/director Bryan
Becker (who directed
Outkast's Hey Ya! video)-
guides the musical pro-
ceedings, which feature
choreography by Hinton
Battle, music by Benjamin
and Patton. Ben Vereen,
Patti Labelle, Terrence
Howard, Cicely Tyson and
Macy Gray are among the
cast. An Outkast CD is
scheduled for release with
this 1930s period film.
Hey Qutkast, "I like the
way you move!"
September Sums It Up


As summer turns to fall;
Anthony Mackie (Brother
to Brother, Million Dollar
Baby) and Allen Payne
(Jason's Lyric) headline
Preston A. Whitmore Ii's
Crossover (September 1).
A bright college student
and a jailbird convicted of
assault renew a friendship
that has seen better days.
Mackie is an exceptional
actor, on the brink of star-
dom, not unlike Terrence
Howard just before Hustle
and Flow hit big time..
There's plenty of eye-candy
at your local theater this
season.
And so it goes.
Summertime, and the living
is easy. Fish are jumping.


ti D 8/M 20 2006