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Remember Our Deceased


Killed In 12 Months


- 14 Were Children


Jacksonville lost 114 citizens in 2005. Of that
amount, 79 died between June 1, 2005 and December
31, 2005 via homicides. To date, we have lost 65
Jacksonville residents in 2006, a total of 144 lives over
the past twelve months. Of the 144 lives lost, 92 were
black. Of the 64 lives lost in 2006, 43 are black. Since
this is Memorial Day weekend, many will visit


gravesites and pay tribute to those who died in the mil-
itary and to close relatives and will place flowers at
their graves. We join with you in honoring the dead.
We would like for the citizens of Jacksonville to take a
moment to remember those lives lost during the past
twelve months because of the high homicide rate.
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Operation Rolling Stone Rolled Cocaine From Texas,

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incident led to the
seizure of multiple
kilograms of
cocaine and
firearms from the
scene.
The first phase
of "Operation
ght Rolling Stone" led
to the arrest of
Antonio Woods and
Stanley Daugherty of


Atlanta.
Three others arrested
were from Jacksonville
where a large quantity of
cocaine. firearms and
vehicles were seized.
With the original arrest, it
was discovered that the
organization was not
small and operated in
Atlanta, Albany,
Jacksonville and Orange
Park.
T ent three were
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One Thousand
Goes To Jail Weekly
AME and Baptist min-
isters are working
towards the same goal.
The Baptist ministers are
providing summer job
training and the AME
ministers are helping'
youth and adults find per-
manent jobs. Both organ-
izations as well as the
Jacksonville Coalition of
African-American Pastors
announced support of
each other's effort to help
reduce crime and homi-
cides in Jacksonville.
According to
Associated Press, prisons
and jails added more than
1,000 inmates each week
for a year, putting almost
2.2 million people, or one
in. every 13 U. S. resi-
dents behind bars by last
summer. There was a 4.7
percent growth rate, com-
pared with a 1.6 percent
increase in people held in
state and federal prisons.


Deaths via Homicide during
the past 12 months for lives under
18-years of age


Name

Cheyenne Butler
Shawn Hutchinson
Ja'Quan Brown
Cedrick Williams
Anthony Webb
Damian Hughes
Adrian Smith
Ya'Quan Daise
Taishay Shanks
Jamniris Wade
Ben Christopher
Rodarius Jackson
Drevon J. Picks
Shenice T. Holes


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6/27/05
.7/4/05
9/23/05
12/1/05
12/19/05
2/107/06
2/17/06
2/25/06
3/22/06
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5/6/06
5/14/06


All but one of these children was black.

Deaths via Homicide during the past
12 months that are still unsolved


Name


Age


Bernard Baker
John Gates
Merkel Hosea Smalls
Rosa Dupre
Jennifer Gantt
Andre Johnson
Edroy Scott
George Santa Cruz
Donald Hogan


Date

6/1/05
6/2/05
6/23/05
7/5/05
7/14/05.
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7/27/05
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Malcom X's Birthday Celebrated

On May 19, 2006,
Malcolm X would have
reached 81-years of age. It is
unfortunate that he was not
around to participate in the
celebration. However, black
educators, writers, historians
and students paused to cele- .
brate his life.
Malcolm was born
Malcolm Little, May 19,
1925. He was sent to prison Malcom X
in 1946 for burglary and was released in 1952. While
in prison, he studied, became involved as a Muslim and
went to Chicago immediately after his release where he
met Elijah Muhammad.
Malcolm became a great leader not only as a
Muslim but among many blacks. On February.21,
1965, he was assassinated while speaking in Harlem.
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Good to Great
Marc H. Morial
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Anniversaries have
always been a time to take
stock to give thanks for
the accomplishments, to
look ahead to the future, to
set attainable goals and
search for betterment.
Indeed, each anniversary
is a time to make the move
from good to great.
This week, as I celebrate
my third anniversary as
president and CEO of the
National Urban League, I've
been doing just that: reflect-
ing as well as looking ahead.
And to be candid, the Urban
League Movement has done
a lot of good for a lot of peo-
ple.
We've taken pride in
empowering communities
and changing lives.
Economic empowerment
- the civil rights issue in
this 21st century has been
our main focus over the past
three years. In the future,
focusing our work to
increase job training and
placement, homeownership
and business development,
we will help to close the
economic gaps that still
exist in communities of
color nationwide.
.Since 2004, our Urban
Entrepreneurship Program
has enabled more small to
medium sized businesses to
grow and to create more
jobs. The Stonehenge


Capital/National Urban
League Empowerment Fund
was created to make debt
and equity investments
available to small businesses
located in low-income com-
munities through $127.5
million in.the New Markets
Tax Credits.
In 2004, through our
partnership with the
Department of Labor we
created the Urban Youth
Empowerment Program
which has provided over
1,000 at-risk and/or adjudi-
cated men and women, 18-
21 years old, with intensive
educational assistance, on-
the job skills, and full-time
employment in fifteen cities.
They have increased their
earnings, recidivism rates
are down and 25% of partic-
ipants earned high school
credentials. A new grant will
extend the .program to 12
cities, helping 3,000 more
people.
With 975,000 African
American men incarcerated
in America's prisons, strip-
ping communities of their
financial and social means, a
Black Male Commission
was established, to find a
national, coordinated effort
to redress the incarnation
and employment issues
affecting Black men.
Moving forward, we will
focus our work in advocat-


ing for policies and pro-
grams that create an effec-
tive prisoner re-entry strate-
gy, fatherhood support
through job development
and academic achievement
and improving early child-
hood education.
We introduced the
Equality Index to our annual
signature publication, The
State of Black America, the
most used and respected
research guide chronicling'
the status and issues facing
African Americans and
urban communities. The
Equality Index provides the
empirical evidence of the
disparities between blacks
and whites in education,
economics, health, social
justice and civic engage-
ment.
The Urban League
Census, unveiled last year,
highlighted collective. fiscal
operations, employment,
programs and tax contribu-
tions of the Urban League
affiliates to their communi-
ties is $769 million dollars
each year.
We introduced the
Katrina Bill of Rights that
became the clarion call for
civil rights organizations to
ensure those displaced by
the hurricane were afforded
every opportunity to vote,
work, recover, return, and
reclaim their land as rebuild-
ing takes place. Urban
League affiliates were on
the front lines as well, pro-
viding jobs and housing to
over 25,000 hurricane isur-
vivors. We were also at the


forefront to renew the
Voting Rights Act.
And finally, the League's
civil rights agenda has
reached out to a new gener-
ation of socially conscious
men and women under 40
years old through the cre-
ation of Urban Influence
magazine and the Influencer
Summit.
Those are a few of the
initiatives that have defined
my first three years 3 years
as
president. And with over
2.1 million people being
touched by the work of the
Urban League Movement
each year, it's safe to say
we're doing good work.
There's a wonderful
book. written by Jim Collins
entitled, Good to Great:
Why Some Companies Make
the Leap ...and Some Don't.
In great detail, Collins
explains how an already
thriving company can grad-
ually reach even higher ley-
els of success.
During my tenure, we
have worked closely with
many organizations that
have recently experienced a
transition in leadership, ush-
ering in a new generation
with civil rights voices -
Bruce Gordon, NAACP,
Janet Murguia, La Raza, and
Michael Lomax, UNCF. We
all have a have a responsi-
bility to take that leap writ-
ten about so eloquently by
Collins. To go from good to
great one anniversary at a
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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION-Michael Mitchner and
The Abundant Life Chorale invites the public to a night of
praise and worship as they celebrate their 15th Anniversary
on Saturday, May 27. The celebration begins promptly at
7:00 p.m. at Southside C.O.G.I.C., 2179 Emerson St. where
Bishop Edward Robinson, Sr. is Pastor. Special guests
include The Heavenly Voices of Mt. Moriah, Recording
Artist Javon and Jeremy (The Dynamic Duo), guest from
South Carolina and others. For more information contact
Bro. Michael Mitchner at (904) 254-8222.
DUAL DAY- Dual Day will be observed Sunday, May 28 at
West Friendship Baptist Church, 945 Carrie St. Services
begin with Sunday School 9:15 a.m., Sis. Geneva Cotton,
General Superintendent in charge. Sis. Laurice Wilson of
Emanuel Baptist Church is the Guest Superintendent. Other
participants include Dea. Cornelius Williams, Rev. Alfred
Derrick Cotton, Sr. and Dea. Maurice Wilson. Morning
Worship begins at 10:50 a.m. with the Rev. Dr. Richard L.
Wilson, Sr. and Rev. Timothy L. Cole, Presiding. Rev.
Walter Johnson, Pastor of Christ Tabernacle Baptist Church
will be the speaker for the 4:00 p.m. service. Sis. Dawn W.
Cole and Sis. Queen E. Wilson, Presiding. Sis. Sylvia
Johnson of Christ Tabernacle Baptist Church is the speaker.
Chairpersons for the occasion are Sis. Avie Johnson, Sis.
Patricia Kendricks, Dea. Roderick Johnson and Bro. Randle
Jackson. Honorary Chairpersons are Sis. Mary Killian and
Dea. Roosevelt Fedd. The public is invited to attend.
LADIES IN WHITE-The Ladies of Community Revival
Center Church. presents the ladies "Showing Love For
Jesus" on Sunday, May 28, 5:00 p.m. at the church. Mrs.
Denise Cotton, Pastor A.D. Cotton's wife, is the speaker.
The church is located at 805 Baker Ave.. The public is invit-
ed to attend.
PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY-Mt. Bethel Missionary
Baptist Church, 1620 .Helena St., will observe its 140th
Anniversary and the 10th Anniversary of the Pastor, Rev.
Robert E. Herring, Sr., June 7-11.
\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 the 31st Pastor's Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Percy
Jackson, Sr. The culminating service is scheduled for May
28 at 4:00 p.m. For more information or directions, contact


, .W Ao.B COLEMANfortE
Words Of Comfort


Grief is an intensely personal
process, but caring friends and co-
'. workers canr be, an important help in
a time of bereavement
When a friend is grieving, it's
natural to reach for words you hope
SII provide some comfort.
But it's important, grief experts
-.i\. io steer clear of cliches and plat-
itude.I- that. i ile well-intentioned,
m3) cause .addatonal pain.
It's better to say nothing at all
than to say the wrong thing.
Grief is an intensely personal
experience, she said, but people in
the bereaved person's life, such as
friends and co-workers, can play an
important. role in helping him
through the pain.
Knowing what to say or do is
something that people tend to-strug-
gle with more now than in previous
eras.


There are many phases of grief,
and people often experience a range
of emotions, including shock and
denial, anger and guilt.
It's important, for friends to
understand that such feelings are
normal. Just allow them to feel
whatever they are feeling. there are
no definite "right" things to say
because people grieve differently.
Simply saying that. you are
sorry for the person's loss can be
enough. And it's always appropriate
to tell the person that if they ever
need to talk, you would be happy to
sit and listen. But hold your tongue
before saying you know just how the
,person feels.
A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY, INC.
"OurAim Is Not to Equal, But Excel"
5660 Moncrief Rd.*
Tel: 768-0507
www.ABColeman.com


the church office at 904/354-0145
EXTRAVAGANZA-The Male Chorus Ministry of Mt. Sinai
Missionary Baptist Church, 2036 Silver St., invites the pub-
lic to attend the Male Chorus Extravaganza, Saturday, June
17, 5:00 p.m. in the sanctuary of the church. Deacon Ronald
Smith, Chairman. the Rev. R.L. Gundy, Pastor.
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
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info@thefloridastar.com

Louisiana Churches

Cultvating Diverse Diversity

Through Worship Services


LAKE CHARLES, La.
(UMNS) The pastors of
Warren and Oak Park
United Methodist church-
es say their churches are
getting a glimpse of what
God's kingdom looks like
after- a series of events
triggered by Hurricane
Rita last fall.
Warren Church is an
historic, urban church
composed of 30 African-


DEATH


NOTICES
ALFORD-Dorothy, died May
15, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
MORTUARY, INC.
BENNETT-Frank, died May
20, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
MORTUARY.
BROWN-Miracle Angel, died
May 11, 2006.
BROWN-Rosa, died May 19,
2006.
CARTER-Michelle Y, 41, died
May 18, 2006.
COHEN-Addie, 89, died May
18, 2006.
COLBURN-Jesse Howard,
died May 18, 2006.
ECCLESTON-Ajai\ I Antonio,
died May 17, 2006.
EVANS-Rosa Mae, 86, died
May 21, 2006.
FREEMAN-Thelra, 70, died
May 18, 2006.
HARRIS-Ruth Stukes, died
May 11, 2006. ALPHONSO
WEST MORTUARY, INC.,
HENRY-Alvin L., died May 15,
2006.
JOHNSON-Alice, died May
21, 2006.
JONES-Vivian W., died May
19, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
MORTUARY, INC.
KING-Carla D., died May 16,
2006.
MOBLEY-Emma, died May
20, 2006.
PITTMAN-Oscar M., died May
20, 2006.
ROBINSON-Kathleen, 59, died
May 19, 2006.
ROBINSON-Woodrow,died
May 19, 2006.
SEIDEL-Isabelle, died May 19,
2006.
SIMS-Louise, 77, died May 20,
2006.
SIRMONS-Madeline, died
May '21, 2006.
SMITH-Leila, 56, died May 17,
2006.
STARKS-Robert, died May 17,
2006.
THOMAS-George H., died
May 19, 2006.
THOMPSON-Adrian Todd, 44,
died May 21, 2006.
THOMPSON-Geneva R., 92,
died May 20, 2006.
THOMPSON-Lillian, died
May 21, 2006.
THOMPSON-Mary, died May
17, 2006.
WALLACE-Luvenia
McKinnies, died May 21, 2006.
WILSON-Rosa, died May 23,
2006.


American extended fami-
lies and led by the Rev..
Simon Chigumira. Oak
Park has served a white
congregation in a residen-
tial part of the city since
1951. The church is led
by the Rev. Roger
Templeton.
The members: of
Warren Church now or-
ship at Oak Park each
Sunday morning because
their sanctuary, built in
1920, stands in ruins after
Rita's Sept. 24 landfall.
"After Hurricane Rita
hit, the city was basically
empty for two and a half
weeks due to a mandatory
evacuation," said
Chigumira, a Zimbabwe.
native. "When allowed to
come back, ,we were faced
with'the reality: that our
beautiful church building
was destroyed. Our' con-
gregation was in shock,
but there was too !much
need in our community to
stop and feel sorry for
ourselves."
The church immediate-
ly began the operation of
a supplies and food bank,
which served storm vic-
tims in the area.
"Many of the families
surrounding the church
are impoverished," he
said. "The children of the
,area, have witnessed
crimes and drug dealing.
The residents are definite-
ly at risk." He said he
hopes the Warren parson-
age, which is still usable,
will be converted into an
outreach center that can
continue to serve the
neighborhood.
Respecting differences
Templeton invited
Chigumira and the Warren
congregation to use the
Oak Park sanctuary for
worship services in mid-
October. After a few
adjustments, the current
Sunday morning worship
schedule is 9:30 for Oak
Park and 11 for Warren.
"I also pastor Fairview
United Methodist Church,
a smaller congregation in
the area," Templeton said.
"While Simon leads wor-
ship for the Warren
church in Oak Park's
sanctuary, I head over to
conduct services for
Fairview's congregation
at 11 a.m. each Sunday."


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 Emeritus: 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
Sunday School 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
S Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
t Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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

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

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church1 I Ihr En ertbodi Is Soni.ebor"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
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"There's Always Something
Happening On the First Coast"
Old School with the Bold City Links
The Alltel Terrace Suite was a place of merriment, excite-
ment, amusement, enjoyment, exuberance, coolness with
interesting costumes and exceptional cuisine for the annual
Bold City Links fundraiser! From fur coats, short shorts,
bobby sox to 60's and 80's hairdos; the Bid Whist and dance
contests; door prizes; not to mention the fried fish, barbecue,
hush puppies, biscuits, greens, and potato salad, it was a fun-
filled event!
The Bold City Links led by Dr. Norma Solomon White
as president, really know how to put on a party! If you
weren't there you need to make sure you're on the invitation
list next year, starting now!!

Sunday Brunch with The Taylors
The Bold City Links- event for The Taylors could only
mean bringing their dearest childhood friends from home,
St. Louis, MO, that is, along with their connections in
Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC for a weekend that began
on Thursday for some. From Kansas City, MO came Ms.
Cheryl Bevel with her fiance Andy Williams; from
Louisville, KY, The Wayne Davises; from Savannah, Mrs.
Safronia 'Saffi' Ingram and guest; from Charleston, The Al
Cheeks and The Rod Rutledges; from St. Louis, Mrs. Judy
Wood-Williams joined by First Coasters The Reynoldses,
The Lyonses, The Davises and Mrs. Ethel Ray Rogers.
The weather was perfect for the Sunday Brunch that
began at 11 AM and continued until close to midnight. And
if you've been to a Taylor gathering, you know it's impossi-
ble to just eat and leave, especially when you're enjoying
The Taylors fantastically incredible hospitality and the lus-
ciously splendid dishes prepared by Chef Pete Smith!
Monday morning came and everyone was packed and
ready to fly back to their respective homes.
Now that's what friendships and good times are all about!
Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming events.
Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me direct-
ly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777 or fax
(904) 285-7008.


See you in the paper!


The Mickels were the Bold city Old School Event dance
contest winners, of course! (Photos by J. Carl Davis, Sr).


The Mitchells (Bold City Connecting Link and Bold City
Links members) with Jacksonville Links member Mrs.
Marguerite Baker Warren. (Photo by J. Carl Davis,Sr.)


KAS's with their 'Silhouettes' were The Codys and
Chandlers. (Photo by J. Carl Davis; Sr.)


Bold City Links member Mrs. Madeline Scales-Taylor with
Sam Hall. Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.


Dr. 'Mena' Speights and The Wendell Holmeses (Mrs.
Holmes aka 'Angela Davis') '
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: Arnold 'Butch' Grant, Jr. with his sister Bold City Links
; member Mrs. Pamela Grant-Adams. Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.
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Jacksonville Links members at Bold City Links event
were: Mesdames Johnetta Moore, Ava Cole, Esq., Dr.
Gerri Smith and Betty Asque Davis. (Photo by J. Carl Davis Sr.)


The Hintons(Mrs. Hinton aka 'Lt. Uhura' with official Star
Trek 'Trekky' I.D.)


The Andersons take time for a photo after winning the
costume contest, of course at the Bold City Links Old
School Event! (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


The Holloways with DOR staffer. (Phot by J. Davis, r.)


The Holloways with DOR staffer. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Taking a brief break to pose with their par excellent
Brunch Buffet are Chef Pete Smith (formerly of
Restaurant Medure) and Mrs Sfcbryna Smith. Photo by
J. Carl Davis, Sr.


Columnist Betty Asque Davis with out of town guest of
Bold City Links member /Mrs. Madeline Scales-Taylor:
Dr. Dee' Cheeks, Charleston, SC, Judy Woods-Williams,
St. Louis, MO, Ethel Rutledge, Charleston, SC, Evelyn
Ray-Rogers and Madeline Scales-Taylor of Jacksonville,
FL, Safronia 'Saffi' Ingram, Savannah, GP and Sharon
Davis, Louisville, KY. Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.


J. Carl Davis, Sr. on the deck at the Howard Taylor
Sunday Brunch with St. Louis born men Howard Taylor,
Wayne Davis, Chuck Reynolds, Andy Williams, Kansas
City, MO and Dr. Rod Rutledge, Charleston, SC. Photo
courtesy of J. Carl Da s, Sr.


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Keith Tribble Is New Athletic DirectorAt UCF Study Shows Religious


UCF President John Hitt introduced Keith Tribble, right,
as UCF's new athletics director during a news confer-
ence. (Photo: Jacque Brund)


Keith Tribble has been
named athletics direc-
tor at the University of
Central Florida
Since 1993, Tribble, 50,
has served as chief execu-
tive officer of the Orange
Bowl Committee in Miami,
where he directs daily oper-
ations and is responsible for
promotion, marketing and
production of nearly 75
events, including the FedEx
Orange Bowl.
Tribble, who manages all
business affairs for the
Orange Bowl and a $35 mil-
lion operating and reserve
budget, also is responsible
for negotiating ;contracts
with corporate partners,
radio and television, stadi-
ums and other game-related
entities.
Tribble will direct UCF's
intercollegiate athletics
department that includes
nearly 600 student-athletes
in 17 varsity sports, more
than 150 coaches and other


staff, and a $22 million
budget. Tribble also will
help guide the construction


and operation of a 45,000-
seat on-campus football sta-
dium and a 10,000-seat con-
vocation center scheduled to
open in fall 2007. He will
start June 5.
In the past several years,.
Tribble has been named
among the "Most Influential
Minorities in Sports" by
Sports Illustrated and one of
the "Most Powerful Blacks
in Sports" by Black
Enterprise magazine.
Before joining the
Orange Bowl, Tribble was
the senior associate athletics
director from 1992 to 1993
at the University. of Nevada,
Las Vegas, where he man-


aged daily operations of the
athletics department and
directed football, men's and
women's basketball, athletic
development and baseball.
He also developed construc-
tion plans for an $8.5 mil-
lion athletics complex and a
$1.4 million baseball stadi-
um.
Previously, Tribble
served as executive director
of Sunshine Festival
Football in Fort Lauderdale
from 1990 to 1992 and as
director of event manage-
ment for Raycom
Management Group in
Charlotte, N.C., from 1989
to 1990.


New Inductees


Students celebrate after the Induction Ceremony of FMU's PRSSA Chapter recent-.
ly with (from I to r) Jordan Fickess, Director of Communications for Johnson & Wales
University; Dr. Jong-Ebot, Humanities chair; Dr. Salva-Ramirez, chapter adviser; Mark
Sell, APR, President of Mark Sell Communications; Cynthia A. Stafford,
Communications Director for Sonshine Communications; and the chapter's profes-
sional adviser, Bob Ross, APR, President of Bob Ross & Associates, Inc. Chapter
President Esther noted several' of the activities of the chapter during her speech.
These included ongoing fundraising, assisting the Florida Memorial Steelband with
their production "Beat Yuh Drum An' Dance". "As a still new organization we have
shown tremendous growth over the last two years, and the prognosis for the future is
"undoubtedly positive,"
I H said Fraser.


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Orientation Influences

Elderly Fear Of Death
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --As they approach death, the
churchgoing elderly are likely to find little solace in religion
if they had little personal commitment to God during the rest
of their lives, a new University of Florida study finds.
In fact, talking about religion to comfort people who are
not very spiritual can actually increase their fears of dying
and what might lie beyond, said Monika Ardelt, a UF soci-
ologist whose research appears in the March issue of
Research on Aging.
The study of 103 relatively healthy older adults and 19
hospice patients in North Central Florida, all of whom were
older than 60, found sharp differences between people who
are "intrinsically" and "extrinsically" religious. Those with
an "intrinsic religious" orientation dedicated their life to God
or a higher power and reported they were less afraid of death
and experienced greater feelings of well-being than people
who fit into the "extrinsic religious" category of using reli-
gion for external ends, such as a way to make friends or
increase community social standing, Ardelt said.
"I think the take-home message is that if you cannot com-
mit your life to God or a higher power, it is better to be non-
religious than to be religious for the wrong reasons," she
said. "Extrinsically religious" people are more vulnerable at
the end of life than non-churchgoers because they might be
reminded in church that their lives have not been morally
perfect, Ardelt said.
"Being exposed to the doctrines and teachings of their
church, they knew what they were supposed to do, but they
may not necessarily have been doing it," she said. "So they
may be more afraid of the payback when they die than peo-
ple who don't believe at all."
Another reason personal commitment may be important
is that church fellowship tends to decline in old age, Ardelt
said. Elderly people in poor health may end up in nursing
homes or assisted living facilities and be unable to travel to
their old church, having to substitute it with an unfamiliar
congregation that is ph\sicall\ closer or attended by their
relatives, she said.
The srud\ underscores the need to distinguish between
"intrinsic" and "extrinsic" religious orientations when look-
ing at the effects'of religiosity on people's attitudes toward
death and feelings of well-being, Ardelt said. Past studies
have relied on measures such as what denominations people
belong to, how frequently they attend church and how they
rate the importance of religion in their lives; with little
research done on hospice patients, she said. ''.. ,
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Rep. William Jefferson Under

Investigation For Bribery


William J. Jefferson
The FBI revealed
Sunday that Rep. William
Jefferson, under investiga-
tion for bribery, was video-
taped accepting $100,000 in
$100 bills from an FBI
informant whose conversa-
tions with the lawmaker also
were recorded. Agents later
found the cash hidden in his
freezer, according to a court
document released Sunday.
Rep. William Jefferson,
D-La., has denied any
wrongdoing over allegations
that he tried to bribe a
Nigerian official to close a
business deal in that country.
Jefferson has not been
charged and denies any
wrongdoing. At one meeting
captured on audiotape,
Jefferson chuckles about
writing in code to keep
secret what the government
contends was his corrupt
role in getting his children a
cut of a communications
company's deal for work in
Africa.
As Jefferson and the
informantt passed notes
about what percentage the
lawmaker's family might
receive, the congressman
."began laughing and said,
'All these damn notes we're
writing to each other as if
we're talking, as if the FBI is
watching,"' he told the busi-
nesswoman, who was wear-
ing an FBI recording device.
The government says
Jefferson got the money in a
leather briefcase last July 30
at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in
Arlington. The plan was for
the lawmaker to use the cash
to bribe a high-ranking
Nigerian official -- the name
is blacked out in the court
document -- to ensure the
White Kenyan Again
Charged With Murder
NAIROBI, Kenya A
descendant of Kenya's first
'white settlers, whose free-
wheeling ways inspired the'
book "White Mischief," was
charged with murder
Wednesday in. a case that has
exposed deep resentment
about British colonialism in
East Africa.
Thomas Cholmondeley
pleaded not guilty to killing
a black Kenyan on his
100,000-acre property in the
fertile Rift Valley -- a region
once dubbed "Hap.p
Valley" because of the deca-
dent lifestyles of its colonial
settlers.
When asked to answer to
the charge of murder.
Cholmondelev replied: "Not
true." Cholmondele.1, 38,
could face the death penalty
if convicted in the case,
which marks the second
time in just over a year that
he's fatally shot a black man
on the vast, largely ungated
, farm that's prone to frequent
intrusions. He carries a rifle
for safety, as is common in
rural Africa.


success of a business deal in
that country, the affidavit
said.
All but $10,000 was
recovered on Aug. 3 when
the FBI searched Jefferson's
home in Washington. The
money was stuffed in his
freezer, wrapped in $10,000
packs and concealed in food
containers and aluminum
foil.
Two of Jefferson's asso-
ciates have pleaded guilty to
bribery-related charges in
federal court in Alexandria.
One, businessman Vernon
Jackson of Louisville,. Ky.,
admitted paying more than
$400,000 in bribes to the
lawmaker in exchange for
his help securing business
deals for Jackson's telecom-
munications company in
Nigeria and other African
countries.
Jefferson is now serving
is eighth term as a Member
of the United States House


of Representatives.
Representing. the 2nd
District of Louisiana since
1991, he is the first African-
American to be elected to
Congress in Louisiana since
Reconstruction. Jefferson is
an active and senior member
of the powerful Ways and
Means Committee and its
subcommittee on Trade. He
is also a member of the
House Committee on the
Budget. He serves as Co-
Chair of the Africa Trade
and Investment Caucus as
well as the Congressional
Caucuses on Brazil and
Nigeria..
Jefferson's lawyer,
Robert Trout, said in a state-
ment that the prosecutors'
disclosure was "part of a
public relations agenda and
an attempt to embarrass
Congressman Jefferson. The
affidavit itself is just one
side of the story which has
not been tested in court."


New Study Reveals Psychosis Triggered
By Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal
Psychiatrist Joanna Moncrieff an expert in the effects
of psychiatric drug treatments has stated in an upcoming sci-
entific paper accepted by the journal Medical Hypotheses that
"problems [including psychotic reactions] that occur after
withdrawal of psychiatric drugs may often be related to the
process of withdrawal of that medication, rather than the natu-
ral course of the underlying condition."
According to the paper, psychiatric drugs are able to gen-
erate symptoms of insanity on withdrawal, purely as a mecha-
nism of the withdrawal, and this drug-induced insanity can
then be interpreted as a "relapse" of a mental "disorder" and
used tojustify putting the person back onto the drug. The three
stages of this drug-induced insanity, known as "supersensitivi-
ty psychosis," were first described in a 1980 paper in the
American Journal of Psychiatry by Guy Chouinard and Barry
,D. Jones. According to that paper, the stages range from a few
days of psychotic symptoms to the unimaginable condition of
being driven permanently insane as a result of the effects of the
drugs. The fact that psychiatric drugs can cause permanent.
derangement of brain cells that control the body has been
known to psychiatrists for decades but withheld from the pub-
lic. For more information on this subject click here.

Foundation To Provide Up To $1.2 Million Grant
To NUL To Help Educate, Provide Foreclosure
Prevention Counseling For African Americans
The National Urban League and the Homeownership
Preservation Foundation are joining forces to reduce the num-
ber of home foreclosures in African-American communities,,
where increases in foreclosure rates are threatening the recent
progress made in minority homeownership gains.
Through the launch of a new partnership, the:
Homeownership Preservation Foundation will provide up to
$1.2 million to the National Urban League over a three-} ear
period to provide free foreclosure prevention counseling and
education focused on reaching African-American homeowners,
in Houston, St. Louis, and Philadelphia, where minority fore-
closure rates are high and rising. The program includes mort-
gage default counseling and post-purchase education.
The new grant will enable the National Urban League to,
provide more assistance for foreclosure prevention in the
Urb4n League affiliates in Houston and St. Louis in 2006, and
in Philadelphia beginning in 2007. The programs will consist
of default counseling, involving face-to-face meetings with-
-homeowners to help them avoid foreclosure, and post-purchase
Shomeownership classes that will cover such topics as budget-
ing, property and school taxes, debt management, home main-
tenance and repair.
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Retailer Also Returns for Second Year as Presenting
Sponsor For The American Black Film Festival
BENTONVILLE, Ark.-- Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. is pleased to
announce the Voices of Color(TM) (VOC) Film Series on Tour,
an expansion of the retailer's sponsorship of television pro-
gramming and events that celebrate African-American life in
film., As a part of the VOC Film Series on Tour, Wal-Mart will
sponsor and. participate in three dynamic film festivals: the
American Black Film Festival (ABFF) -- for a second consec-
utive year --; the'Urbanworld Vibe Film Festival; and the
African-American Women in Cinema International Film
Festival (AAWIC). The ABFF, which will be held in Miami,
FL, July 19th-23rd, showcases a myriad of talented independ-
entfAfrican-American filmmakers. The Urbanworld Vibe Film
Festival will be held in New York City, NY June 21st -25th.
The event is the largest international competitive festival of its
kind and will mark its 10 year anniversary in 2006. The
African-American Women in Cinema International Film
Festival (AAWIC), which will take place October 26th-28th in
Ntw York City, NY, features the works-f prominent minority
women filmmakers.


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Josh Allen
Donald Lewis
Herman May
Marilyn Tate
Timothy King
Richard Cummings
Melvin Lewis
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Francine Dickens
Cedrick DeonWilliams
Deandrew Grier
James King
Michael Barner
Chris Aligada
Tiffany Satchel
Daniel Wenk
Arrion Bryant
Ernest Williams
Floyd Kirtsey
Derrick Small
Chekel Simpkins
Anthony Webb
Shawn Kelsey
Gerald Matthews
Michael Mahone
Donte Chapman
Erin Oglesby
Charles Booker
Denise Manning
Trayonis Allen
Gary Williams
Joe Harrell
Luke Grimes
Jennifer Miller
Jose Malagon-Vega
Curtis Higginbotham
Ferronte Hampton
Armando Vega
Jermaine Taylor
Jose Lau
Jason Johns
Terrance Johnson
William Starkes
Demetrius Jones
Michael Stafford
Ben Christopher
Chiquita Meddler
Kerry Robinson
Reginald Lee Mack
Rodarius Jackson
Desiree C. Barritt
Frank Maddox
Fernando Hernandez
Edward R. Hopkins
Greaorio C. Ortega
Patricia A. McCollum
Drevon J. Picks
Robert W. Coates
Shenice T. Holmes
Randall E. Griffin
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Marcus Hall
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Homicide continued from A-1
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Santa'Cruz Jones Williams Smalls rate
Many organizations, city officials, ministers and caring citizens
have made pledges to help stop the killings through jobs offerings,
Hubert McMillan educational tutoring, and more. Whatever contribution you may be
able to make, including making an anonymous phone call tip, please do so, 1-866-845-8477.

Cocaine continued from A-I
at $1,500,000.00 was seized as well as $157,000.00 in cash, twelve firearms, ten
cars and other 'miscellaneous items valued at $75,000.00.
Arrested: Jose Luis De-Los-Santos, 37; Francisco Alberto De-Los-Santos, 38;
Gustavo Peralta, 28; Jorge Ocampo Romero, 29; Willie Gene Davis, 30, Georgia;
Robert James Rushing, 25, Georgia; Adrian Kanon Walker, 29, Georgia; Willnett,
44, Georgia; Santana Latwan, 30, Georgia; Morris Jackson, 27, Georgia; Nathaniel
(NMN) Brown, 29, Jacksonville; 'Terenzie Williams, Jacksonville; Hezkiah L.
Humphries, 33, Jacksonville, and Terris Thomas, Jacksonville. Two other suspects
from Jacksonville are still at large.

Birthday continued from A-1
his birthday.
Of Malcolm X, Conrad Worrill, director of Inner City Studies for the Carruthers Center,
Northeastern Illinois University, according to columnist Michael H. Cottman, said, "All
young people who are caught up in the criminal justice system should read Malcolm's auto-
biography because he was an example of how he turned his life around and uplifted his peo-
ple. Malcolm engaged in activity that was counter to his people, but he turned his life into
positive action. His legacy serves as a role model for young people today."


TTEi HOTTEST MAN ON TV


AOL did a survey on "the hottest man on TV.
And who do you think led the list? Dennis
Haysbert You're In Good Hands" '
Beside his movies and his "Allstate commer-
cials, Haysbert is playing Jonas Blane on CBS's
military-drama series, 'The Unit.'
Second place winner was actor Shermar Moore..


Local ABA Group To Host Bridge Tournament


The Gate City
Duplicate Bridge Club,
members of the American
Bridge Association, Inc.
(ABA) will host their
annual Grade "A" bridge
tournament at the Airport
Clarion Hotel Conference
Center ,from May 26
through May 28, the
upcoming Memorial holi-
day weekend.
The ABA is the.Black
counterpart of the
American' Contract
Bridge League (ACBL).
SThis is the club's 30th
anniversary and Mrs.
Demetral R. 'Wester is
tournament chairperson.
This event will bring
Duplicate players from
i within the Southeast
* Section of the country and


include Gergia, ten-
nessee, Alabama,
Arkansas. Florida and the
Grand Bahamas.
Players from other
locations in the country
are expected to be in
attendance as well.
The event will include
individual, pairs, and
team games which will
result in the awarding of
merit points and/or tro-
phies as prizes, including
door prizes for amuse-
ment; levels of competi-
tion range from novice to
advanced. The tourna-
ment director will be
Andrew Echols of
Macon, GA and ABA:
members as well.
The ABA was founded
in 1932 and hosted its.


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first national tournament
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Its membership
includes all 50 states with
tournament levels ranging
'from Grade "C"-through
national events.
The national president
is Henry Irwin of Austin.
TX: the vice president for
the Southeast Section is
Dr. Gwen Middlebrooks
of Atlanta. GA and the
local president is Mrs.
Marion A. Gregory.
The organization is
headquartered in Atlanta,
GA where the ABA
Summer National
Tournament will convene
from July 27 through
August 5 of this year.

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Sixteenth Annual Commencement


First Coast's Sixteenth Annual Commencement stepped off as graduates marched in to "Pomp and
Circumstance" performed by the First Coast High School Band, directed by Reginald Johnson.


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LEFT FRAME: Kandis Evans' family gathers with the proud First Coast High School graduate following
the ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Arena. From left are. Dan Evans (father), Vashti Evans (sister),
Kandis Evans (graduate), and Janre Evans (mother). RIGHT FRAME:From left are graduates Nicole
Waldburg, Brittani Spellers, Kandis Evans, and Hadiotou Diallo.
Proud parents and relatives filled the veteranss Mlemorial Arena on NMonday. May 22 and joined faculty, staff.
and Duval County School Board members celebrating the hard \work and academic achievements of First Coast
High School's Class of 2006.
"Nothing we do changes the past: everything w\e do changes the future" \\as the motto for the school's Class
of 2006 many of whom will enroll in colleges and universities throughout the United States. The White Lily was
the Class Flo\ er. Silver and Black \ere the Class Colors, and "Here's To The Night" by E\ e 6 \ as the.Class Song.


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Pageant Looking For The World's Most Talented Teen


Esonica Veira, a sixteen-year-old dancer from the US
Virgin Islands, was crowned the most talented teen
in the world on July 30, 2005, and Miss 2005 Hal
Jackson's Talented Teens International, at the
Scholarship Program's 35th anniversary competi-
tion, held at the Royale Casino Theater in St.
MartinlSt. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles on July 30,
2005.


NEW YORK, NY--
Calling violinists, balleri-
nas, gymnasts, singers and
actresses. If you can hold
a note, dance like a diva or
feel that you are a future
Oscar winner, then Hal
Jackson invites you to
enter this year's Hal Jack-
son Talented Teens
Scholarship Competition.


Broadcast legend
Harold "Hal" Jackson,
group Chairman of Inner
City Broadcasting and
founder of Hal Jackson's
Talented Teens
International Scholarship
Program, is looking for the
world's most talented teen
to win his annual contest
which will be held during


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Veira performed a thrilling tribute to Michael Jackson
in a specially choreographed dance number set to
several of his hit tunes, raced away with. the title,
beating out 34 other young ladies, ages 13-17, who
flew in from various parts of the -Caribbean, Canada
and the continental United States to compete for
such prizes as college scholarships, a diamond ring,
and trips abroad to Europe and the Caribbean,


the week of July 22-30, in
New York City. This
year's theme is
"Phenomenal Women">
Contestants for HJTTI
must be between the ages
of 13 and 17 and must
have a youthful appear-
ance, public speaking abil-
ity and have a performing
talent which can be show-


Graduation
(Continued From Cover)

The evening was highlighted by performances from the schools Combined
Choruses and Band. The Combined Choruses, directed by John Larsen, performed
"Seasons of Love" buy Jonathan Larson. The band, directed by Reginald Johnson,
performed "Symphonic Overture" by Charles Carter.
Valedictorian Martin Justin Lee and Senior Class President Jennifer McRee
addressed the graduates. Program participants also included Gabriel Bennefield
*Program Director, Class of 2006), Dr. Crystal Sisler (Principal), Mrs. Cathy Barnes
(Vice Principal), Dr. Joseph Wise (Superintendent, Duval County Schools)


cased within two minutes
during the competition.
Although the current
reigning queen, Esonica
Veira hails from St.


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Thomas in the U.S. Virgin
Islands, many of the win-
ners have lived in
California, New York and
New Jersey.
Now in it's 36th year,
Hal jackson's Talented
Teens Scholarship
Program has offered thou-
sands of women an oppor-
tunity to receive educa-
tional scholarships and
trips abroad while sharing
their gifts of talent on a
professional stage.
Before they were stars,
Vanessa L. williams,
Sheryl Lee Ralph and Jada
Pinkett Smith were part of
the Hal Jackson's Talented
Teens family.
Not all of Hal
.Jackson's Talented Teens
have made a career in the
performing arts; many
contestants have moved
into careers such as medi-
cine, politics, education,
law and finance.
All have continued to
pursue the arts as a hobby,
and many continue to give
back to the community by
participating, as volunteers
to the international pro-
gram.
For more information
regarding HJTTI, visit the
website www.talented-
teens.org or call Debi
Jackson, 212-592-0413.


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Early Lessons In Healthy Living

(NAPSM)-America's waistlines, particularly those of African Americans, are expanding at an alarm-
ing rate and it's not just adults who are contributing to the extra inches.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the percentage of overweight youth has more
-.., than tripled since 1980. This means that nearly nine million children and teens (ages 6 to 19) are at
S higher risk for developing a number-of health complications, including high blood pressure and heart
Disease.
S.Fortunately, the federal government is taking action against this national epidemic and has recently
S introduced legislation in a majority of states mandating time for recess and physical education, as well
as nutrition education, particularly in elementary schools.
Teaching healthy behaviors to young children is an effective strategy for promoting healthy lives for
the future. Check out the following tips from Healthy Steps for Healthy Lives, Nestle USA's in-school
nutrition curriculum for preschoolers and kindergarteners, and establish a lifetime of healthy living for
your kids.
Reward with family fun. Instead of offering food as an incentive for good behavior, reward your child with a special activity, such
as a visit to the local zoo or neighborhood playground.
Avoid "good vs. bad" talk. To reinforce balance, variety and moderation, teach kids to think of foods as "everyday" and "some-
times" foods. Everyday foods are foods such as grains, vegetables and fruit, while sometimes foods include treats like cookies and
chips.
Teach their taste buds. Encourage tiny tastes of at least one new food item, such as broccoli or brown rice, per week. Although it
may take up to eight tries before children accept the new food, this process exposes their taste buds to different flavors, making them
more likely to continue healthy eating patterns as they grow older.
Turn the TV off. It's easy to let the television occupy your kids while you're busy with other things, but try to limit their television
time by setting a viewing schedule of only a couple of their favorite shows.
Practice what you preach. According to a survey conducted by the American Dietetic Association, kids rank parents as their top
role models. So be sure to incorporate healthy eating and exercising habits in your own life. -
For other healthy living suggestions, visit VeryBestKids.com. The site contains a variety of kid-friendly activities and recipes that
will keep the entire family moving toward a healthier lifestyle.
Physical activity and good nutrition are the source of healthy living.

Teens With Cancer Get Help Online
(NAPSM)-A new source of hope is now available online for teens struggling with a serious disease.
Si A Web site has been created to empower teens who have cancer by connecting them with other
i 'young peoplewith the same condition to help them find hope and support.
jI Developed by The Wellness Community, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people affected by can-
.! cer, the Web site-called GroupLoop.org-provides a free, safe, professionally supervised, online envi-
ronment of support, education and hope.
S 'The site also offers professionally facilitated, online support groups for teens and parents and edu-
S;,'" rif ',' national resources at no cost.
SI il For more information, visit www.GroupLoop.org.
--....i A Web site is available to teens with cancer where they can connect with others facing the same
SS ^ challenge.

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Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.


Selects 2006 Debutantes


Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Nu Chapter of Jacksonville has selected it debutante Coterie for 2006. These young ladies will be introduced on
Saturday, June 3, at the Bethelite Conference Center.
The Debutante Coterie includes; Erica Pinkney (Ribault Senior High School), daughter of Rhonda Holt and Clarence Pinkney; Taila McClain
(Englewood Senior High School), daughter of Margaret Patterson; Brenn Smith (Englewood Senior High School), daughter of Sherolyn Smith;
Destinee Alexis Home (Ribault Senior High school), daughter of Terrence and Pamela Home; Sydney Janae James (Ribault Senior High School),
daughter of Tanzy Porter James; and Venus Howard Mitchell (A. Philip Randolph), daughter of Timothy and Jaada King, and Calvin Mitchell,
III. Eta Phi Beta is a business/professional sorority.


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Father And Son Recognized During
Biscayne Elementary School Graduation,


Biscayne Elementary School held it's 2006 Fifth Grade Graduation Ceremony, Tuesday, May 23. '"Graduates Armored For Success" was
the theme. LEFT FRAME: Jonathan Louine (third from left) is all smiles. He received a Superstar Award and was recognized for Perfect
Attendance and service on the school's Safety Patrol. Young Jonathan also received a Special Principal Award from Principal Crystal
Lewis for being the All-Around Best Student. RIGHT FRAME: Jean Louine, Jonathan's father, Jean Louine, was congratulated by
Principal Lewis for being a good role model.
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Time Magazine Names Daddy Yankee Among


The 100 Most Influential People In The World


SANTA MONICA, Calif.--Time magazine has
proclaimed Daddy Yankee as the "Reigning Champ
of Reggaeton" and featured the artist as one of the
100 most influential people in the world in its May
8, 2006 issue and on its cover. For Daddy Yankee,
born and raised in the rough-and tumble barrios
outside San Juan, Puerto Rico, the honor is a trib-
ute to his .talent and his work ethic as well as his
fans. For them, and to help introduce him to others
who will soon be fans, Daddy Yankee's El Cartel
Records and Interscope Records will release his lat-
est album, "Barrio Fino En Directo," as a CD only
on June 13.
Originally issued last December as a CD/DVD
package, "Barrio Fino En Directo" will be released
at a lower price and will now be accessible to an
even greater audience. As a bonus, Daddy Yankee
replaced the original version with a remix of his hit
"Rompe" which now also features Lloyd Banks and
Young Buck.
"I wanted my fans to be able to buy the CD part
of 'Barrio Fino En Directo' on its own," said Daddy
Yankee. "But I also wanted to give them something
new, add something they can't get anywhere else to
keep the momentum while I work on my new
album."
In- its CD/DVD form, "Barrio Fino En Directo"
charted Top 25 in Billboard Magazine's top 200 and
#1 Latin for 13 straight weeks and spun off the
original mix of "Rompe" which peaked Top 25


Pop, Top 20 Rap and #1 Latin. "Machucando" reached #2 Latin.
The CD's other studio recordings are "Gangsta Zone," featuring hip-hop icon
Snoop Dogg, a reinix of the club anthem "Machete" with Houston's latest sensa-.
tion, Paul Wall, and "El Truco." The 15-song collection also boasts 10 electrifying
live performances--among them renditions of the Daddy Yankee hits "Lo Que
Paso, Paso," "Corazones" and the international phenomenon "Gasolina"--before
tens of thousands of screaming fans at massive arenas across North and South
America.
"Barrio Fino En Directo" is the live-and-more companion piece to 2004's
groundbreaking "Barrio Fino," which spearheaded the emergence of the reggaeton
movement by making Daddy Yankee its first platinum-certified star.
He has since produced and starred in the motion picture "Talento de Barrio,"
which will be released this year in the continental U.S. after having premiered in
Puerto Rico in 2005, and become host of a weekly two-hour nationally syndicated
radio program, "Daddy Yankee On Fuego," which airs Saturday nights on ABC
Radio Networks. He has also become a spokesperson for such companies as Pepsif
and Sean John. On May 23, he launched DY, his own footwear, clothing and acces-
sory line for Reebok.
On the awards front, "Barrio Fino En Directo" was named Reggaeton Album of
the Year at the 2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Daddy Yankee also took home
Billboard awards for Latin Albums Artist of the Year and Reggaeton Song Of The
Year ("Mayor Que Yo" from Baby Ranks, Daddy Yankee, Tonny Tun Tun, Wisin
YYandel and Hector "El Father").
At the recent ALMA Awards, which celebrates Latinos in the entertainment
world and will be telecast on ABC on June 5, Daddy Yankee was honored as
Outstanding Musical Performer (Male).


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He's Got Spirit! How About You?


Isaiah Rice is his name and helping school children cross the road safely while going to and from
school is his game. Rice performs his duties with tact and compassion. When he's not helping stu-
dents across Kings Road and Cleveland I l
Street he stands on the side of Simpson .
Memorial United Methodist Church waving !;S:
and smiling at- passing motorists. He'll
wave and smile even if motorists won't
wave back at him. His acts of kindness
often melt the heart of motorists and
-passers by who may have had a rough day. i--- ,
His actions also cause motorists to be alert .-.,
and observe the speed limit in the school
crossing zone. Not seeing Rice at his "
familiar spot across from the general Mail
Center on Kings Road will be a sure sign
that school's out for the summer. Have a
great summer Mr. Rice. Thanks for all you I
do to make our world a little brighter each
day. l


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(Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


2006 Jacksonville Links Inductees Mesdames Catherine
Mitchell and Stephanie Mitchell. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


2006 Jacksonville Links Inductees'with Inducting
Officers: Mesdames Patricia Bivins-Southern Area Vice
Director; Stephanie Scott-2006 Jacksonville Links
Inductee; Catherine Mitchell-2006 Jacksonville Links
Inductee, Gloria Dean-Jacksonville Links President; and
Betty Cody-2006 Jacksonville Links vice president.
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The 2006 Jacksonville Links Induction was a family
affair for Mrs. Stephanie Scott (center) shown with her
aunt Mrs. Elizabeth Downing a charter member of the
Jacksonville Links and Dr. Shellie Holder Thompson, a
charter member of the Bold City Links. (Photo by Betty Asque
Davis)


A family affair for 2006 Jacksonville Links Inductee Mrs.
Catherine Mitchell shown with her Mother Mrs. Betty
Eubanks of the Martha's
Vineyard, MA Links.


Jacksonville Links members (standing)Mesdames Terri
Stepter,Gloria Dean, Dr. Kia Mitchell, and Patricia
Mitchell; (seated) Mesdames. Patricia Bivins-Southern
Area Links Vice Director, Phyllis Hamilton and Hester
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afternoon when the
Jacksonville Links inducted
two new members:
Mesdames Catherine
Mitchell and Stephanie
Scott. Recognizing the
wardrobe needs of female
parolees wanting to become
gainfully employed, these
lovely ladies during their
provisional period, collected
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Dear Deanna!
My fiance cheated before we were married and I recently
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You're a hot mess and you know it. At your age you don't need to appear desperate as
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With almost half the workforce being women and many being expectant moms, for
this mother's day the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) suggests that
employers and workers be aware of significant physical changes and workplace solu-
tions to help assure a safe workplace for pregnant women.
For instance, when a woman is pregnant, her balance, reach distance and lifting capa-
bility changes. Additionally, hormonal changes that occur with pregnancy affect lig-
aments and joints, which can cause postural problems, backache and impairment of
dexterity, agility, coordination and balance. Pregnant women may be more affected
by some ergonomic hazards such as awkward postures, heavy lifting, repetitive
forces and limited rest periods. As a result pre-term delivery, low birth weight, spon-
taneous abortion, and stillbirth could occur.
As a pregnant woman's size increases, her reach distance is affected causing addi-
tional stretching, which can affect the arms, shoulders, and lower back. This can
make lifting tasks particularly hazardous resulting not only in greater back pain, but
having to carry the load farther from the body.
"Heavy lifting tasks can also cause the flow of blood in the body to be altered which
can affect the fetus," ASSE member and Practice Specialty Administrator Linda
Tapp, ALCM, CSP, of Cherry Hill, NJ, said in her report titled 'Maintaining the
Safety and Health of a Diverse Workforce.' "Intra- abdominal pressures are also
increased during heavy lifting. Hormone disturbances as well as nutritional deficits
can also occur."
Excessive standing during pregnancy can also cause concern, Tapp said. Standing for
long periods of time can cause lower back pain. Prolonged standing can cause seri-
ous risk. For example, standing more than 36 hours a week or more than 10 hours a
day, can lead to a variety of problems, Tapp noted.
Occupational safety, health and environmental professionals can help employers
implement good workplace design principles and programs to help make the work-
place safer. Although there is no one-size-fits-all-solution there are ways to increase
safety for all and for expectant working mothers that include:
-- using material handling equipment whenever possible and practical --
material handling equipment reduces the need to lift, lower, push, pull
or carry heavy materials; forklifts and other powered trucks should be
used to eliminate manual handling of heavy bags, pails and other
materials; carts, conveyors, ball castertables and hand trucks should
be used to eliminate carrying materials greater than 20 feet;
-- reducing the weight of objects that must be handled not only make the
task easier for older and women workers but make the job safer for
everyone;
-- the risk of handling materials can be lowered for all workers by
ensuring good housekeeping practices are followed; floor surfaces
should be kept dry and free of debris, clutter, oil, chemicals, water
and other slippery materials; pallets should be in good condition
without broken boards or protruding nails;
safety/ergonomics training on material handling techniques that covers
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-" providing a workplace with features that can be adjusted to accommodate
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Workplace controls implemented for expected mothers protect them as well as the
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work and breaks, and varying the employee's tasks if possible; using foo rests when
standing and sitting helps with circulation; removing obstacles, which are more dif-
ficult for a pregnant employee to see, at floor level; arranging work so that it is kept
close to the body; and, encouraging the use of good support for the back.
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City To Observe Memorial Day On May 29


City government will be closed on Monday, May 29, in
observance of the Memorial Day Holiday.
City Hall (117 W. Duval St.), the City Hall Annex (220
E. Bay St.), the Courthouse (330 E. Bay St.) and the Yates
Building (231 E. Forsyth St.) will be closed.
Residential solid waste collection schedules will not
change for Monday, May 29. The TrailRidge Landfill (5110


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Shellie Holder Thompson (Bold City Links); (seated) Ms.
Jacksonville Links members (standing) Mesdames
Anest Schell McCarthy, Catherine Mitchell, Betty
Eubanks (Martha's Vineyard), Stephanie Scott, and Dr.
Shellie Holder Thompson (Bold City Links); (seated) Ms.
Gwendolyn Leapheart-A Platinum Links member) and
Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson Downing (Jacksonville char-
ter member). (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


Willie
Carswell
The annual event


Johnnie
McCray
continues the


The David H.
D\\ight. Sr. Memorial
Committee For
Scouring \\ill host its
20th Annual Memorial
Banquet on Friday,
SMay 26, 7:30 p.m. at
the Prime Osborn
Con mention Center.
\ork of the late David H.


Highway 301), mulch facilities (West Yard Waste Facility on
Imerson Road and South Yard Waste Facility on Phillips
Highway) will maintain regular hours on May 29. The
Household Hazardous Waste and Appliance Drop-off
Facilities (2675 Commonwealth Avenue) will be closed on
May 29.The business offices of the JEA, JEA Plaza, 21 W.
Church St., the Office of the Tax Collector, including all Tax


Jacksonville Links members (standing) Mesdames
Marjoria Manning, Wanda Montgomery, Dr. Brenda
Simmons, and Betty Cody; (seated) Dr. Evelyn Young,
Jolita Simmons and Ernestine Hester. (Photo by Betty Asque
Davis)


D%%ight. Sr. (1882-1959) by providing
supplemental funding to expand the a\ail-
abilit- of the Scouting program.
., .Da\id H. D\Jght. Sr. i1882-1959)
S \\as a pioneer for the development and
-;.- organization of Scouting among Blacks in
Kenneth Jacksonville. For his work, in 1936 he
Reddick became the first black person in America
to recei e Scouting highest council
award. the Silver Beaver. The committee feels it can best ful-
fill the \ vision of Mr. D\vight


PUBLIC NOTICE
City Council Meeting Start Time
In accordance with Ordinance 2006-192-E, the start time of regular City Council meetings will
change to 5:00-p.m., effective June 13, 2006 However, Comments from the Public will not begin
before 6:00 p.m. Additionally, the Order of Business, unless altered by the discretion of the
Council President, will be taken up in the following order.

1. Call to order
2. Invocation and pledge of allegiance
3. Roll call of the Council Members
4. Approval of the minutes of previous meetings
5. Communications from the Mayor
6. Other miscellaneous communications and presentations
7. Quasi-Judicial actions
8. Consent agenda
9. Action upon resolutions on third reading
.10. Action upon ordinances on third reading
11. Comments from the public
12. Action on resolutions, emergency action
13. Action on ordinances, emergency action
14. Scheduled public hearings
15. Action upon resolutions on second reading
16. Action upon ordinances on second reading
17. Introduction of new resolutions
18. Introduction of new.ordinances
19. Unfinished business
20. New business
21. Addition of addendum to agenda
22. Adjournment

A copy of the Council Agenda my be obtained, on the Friday before a meeting, from the
Legislative Services Division, in City Hall (Suite 430) located at 117 West Duval Street, or online
at'. www.coj.net.

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


by pro, hiding Scouts the
opportunity. skills and adven-
ture that \\ ill have a positive
and lasting effect to carrt
them through manhood.
The 2006 honorees. w'ho
\\ill be recognized for their
dedication and commitment
to the youth in the Scouting
program are Willie Cars%%ell,
Scoutmaster of Troop- 179 at
Bethel Baptist Institutional
Church: Johnnie McCra\.
Past Scoutmaster at Second
Missionary Baptist Church.
and Kenneth Reddick.
Michael D. Stew\art.
Jacksonville Airport
Authority' Director of
External Affairs, is the ban-
quet's Master Of Ceremony.
For ticket information call
1904) 388-0591. All proceeds
are used to: provide Bo\
Scout Summer Camperships.
Cub Scout Day Camperships,
Registration for underprivi-
leged3 outh to enter Scouting
Leadership training. Savings
Bonds to Eagle Scouts recip-
ients in the Baden-Powvell
District, and funding for spe-
cial a\\ards and programs.


Collector branch offices; and the Property Appraiser's Office
will be closed.
Public libraries normally open on Sundays will be closed
on Sunday, May 28. All public libraries will be closed on
Monday, May 29..
The offices and clinics of the Duval County Health
Department will be closed on Monday, May 29.


Jacksonville Links members Mesdames Dana
Cunningham, Betty Asque Davis, Kathryn Massaquoi,,.
Barbara Brigety (standing) and Ms. Maretta Latimer
(seated).


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

.A1nnouniceiints. nmeetlngs., happemnigs. and comniumnir'
i'tlls Lhei ldudi ill Jlacksonvile alnd Ihcl surrounding area
2006 MEMORIAL DAY CEREMNONY-The 2006 Memorial
Da\ Ceremony w ill be held on MondaN. May 29. 10:00 a.m. at
the Veterans Memorial Wall located on the wvestside of Alltel
Stadium. John Pe.ton. Nla. or of Jackson\ ille. Dan McCarthy,
Director of Veterans Affairs, Margaret Weitzel, Assistant
Director of Veterans Affairs, and Hallie Williams-Bey. newly
swom-in Chairman of the Northeast Florida Veterans Council.
%iill be joined b% U.S. Senator Bill Nelson and Dr. Mac
Bronson. Pastor of the First Baptist Church. Thirteen names
will be added to the wall, in remembrance of "Fallen Heroes".
Three additional names w ill be added to the Korean war panel.
GALA PLANNING MEETING-Current class leaders of
Old Stanton. Stanton Vocational. New Stanton and faculty and
staff of that era w\ ill meet Monday. June 5 at 6:30 p.m. in con-
ference room, second floor of Bethel Baptist Institutional
Church IFirst Street entrance to discuss plans for the first
"'Annual Gala". For more information contact Kenneth
Reddick at 764-8795.
MUSIC FESTIVAL -The Cir\ of Jackson\ ille will welcome
Rob Thomas \ith special guest Anna Nalick to Metropolitan
Park for the annual Spring Music Festi\al on Saturday. Mla
27. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and admission is free on a first-
come, first-served basis. A \ariets of food and beverages \will
be available for purchase inside Metropolitan Park. No out-
side food or beverages %\ill be permitted. Other prohibited
items include: bags, backpacks or fanny packs larger than 8
':" x 11". coolers, picnic baskets, still or video cameras of any
kind, roller skates or roller blades, bicycles, pets. or umbrellas.
Blankets and lawn chairs are encouraged for general seating.
Strollers, diaper bags, and chairs "in a bag" will be permitted,
but are subject to search. Patrons are encouraged to arrive
earlN, as the park will be closed if it reaches capacity.
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, will
demonstrate the new procedures for CPR and other first aid
information. Barbara Moss of Melbourne Beach. Florida will
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
sweetleespoiled.'i''comcast.net Please make reservations by
Thursday. June 1st. Come and invite a friend! She'll be glad
you did!
CLASS MNEETING-Northwestern Jr. Sr. High School class
of 1962 will have a meeting on Mlonday, June 12.2006 at 3731
Roger Ave. 6:30 p.m all members are encouraged to attend.


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The Williams Celebrate Their Silver Anniversary

Twenty-five Years of Love and Pleasure


Marvin and Prudence Williams renewed their oos on Saturday, May 20, 2006. Brother Willie "Pete" Jackson of Westside
Church of Christ officiated and Brother Charlie McClendon of Northside Church of Christ provided the prayer. The bridal party
consisted of Regina Channel, Victor Simpkins, Yvette Sanchez, and Frank Young. Staci Saxton, Matron of Honor, Jerome Hill,
Sr., Best Man, Anthony Campbell, Ring Bearer, Dr. Kia Mitchell and Haraka Jenkins, Flower Ladies. Justin and Jaysen Williams
made the Tribute to their parents. Photographs by FM Powell Photography

One in Six Americans May Feel Impact of 2006 Hurricanes
The AccuWeather Hurricane Center, led by Joe Bastardi reported that an active hurricane season appears
imminent and could have major repercussions for the U.S. economy and the one in six Americans who live on
the Eastern Seaboard or along the western Gulf of Mexico. ."The 2006 season will be a creeping threat," said
Bastardi; "Early in the season--June and July--the Texas Gulf Coast faces the highest likelihood of a hurricane
strike, possibly putting Gulf energy production in the line of fire. At the very end of the season, southern Florida
also faces significant hurricane risk." "There are few areas of the U. S. East Coast and Gulf of Mexico that will
not be in the bull's eye at some point this season," said the director of forecast operations for AccuWeather.
However, "the region that was hammered the hardestr last year--the central and eastern Gulf Coast--has one of the
lower probabilities of receiving another majqr hurricane strike in 2006."
Reaves added, "This is not to say that hard-hit New Orleans has nothing to worry about. Because the city's
defenses have been so comprised by Hurricane Katrina, even a glancing blow from a hurricane elsewhere could
spell trouble for the city."
The names assigned for 2006 storms are:

Alberto, Beryl, Chris, Debby, Ernesto, Florence, Gordon, Helene, Isaac, Joyce,
Kirk, Leslie, Michael, Nadine, Oscar, Patty, Rafael, Sandy, Tony, Valerie and
William.
According to Mayor John Peyton, Jacksonville is one of the most prepared cities in the U. S., ready to
face the new hurricane season.


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AARP REPORT Highlights Ways to Protect Older Americans in Disasters KATHERINE DUNHAM, A SALUTE
13 Million Americans Over Age 50 Anticipate Needing Evacuation Assistance


WASHINGTON With hurricane season fast approaching, a new report from AARP finds that in disasters, older adults face
challenges that are different from the rest of the adult population. The searing images of older Americans during Hurricane
Katrina made this very clear and revealed significant weaknesses in how prepared we are to protect our most vulnerable cit-
izens.
To help decision makers at all levels better understand how to better protect this population, AARP released a report:
We Can Do Better: Lessons Learned for Protecting Older Persons in Disasters. The report focuses on three broad areas
including planning and communications, identifying who needs help and what kind of help, and evacuating older people.
The report is being released in conjunction with the start of hurricane season and National Hurricane Preparedness Week.
"The recent tragedies are reminders that disasters imperil us all, but are especially serious threats to older Americans
and people with disabilities," said AARP CEO Bill Novelli. "Let's act with resolve now to minimize the needless loss of life
when the next disaster strikes."
One of the overarching conclusions of the report is that integrating the needs of vulnerable older people and people
with disabilities in existing emergency planning efforts is paramount. The report also dentifies critical challenges that need to
be overcome. They include:

More clearly defining, "who should do what when" among to the array of organizations that have responsibilities dur-
ing a disaster situation.
Providing education and preparedness information to older people and those with disabilities appropriate to their needs
and in accessible formats.
Building relationships among organizations before disaster strikes to improve coordination and communication in
emergency situations.
Improving identification and tracking methods of both people and health information.

Hurricane Katrina resulted in 1,330 deaths, many of whom were elderly. In Louisiana, roughly 71 percent of the victims
were older than 60, and 47 percent of those were over 75 years of age.
A key finding highlighted in the report from a Harris Interactive Survey conducted for AARP is that about 13 mil-
lion persons age 50 and older in the U.S. say they will need help to evacuate in a disaster; with about half of these individ-
uals requiring help from someone outside of their household. This proportion increases with advancing age.
"Recent catastrophic events have taught us we have to pay greater attention to evacuating, identifying and ensuring '
the safe return of thousands of frail older adults living on their own or in long-term care facilities," Novelli said.
The report is the result of a conference AARP convened of more than 100 government officials at the federal, state, t
and local levels; emergency preparedness and response experts; relief organizations; and aging and disability advocates. The
goal of the conference was to bring together a diverse group of experts to explore strategies to protect older people in both
the community and long-term care facilities during disasters.
In addition to We Can Do Better, AARP has released a complementary guide, Dealing with Disasters, to help those J
whose lives have been affected by disaster to cope with the aftermath as well as to provide
preparedness best practices for future disasters. The information covers, among other areas, how to create a personal disas-
ter plan, ways to best evacuate when conditions warrant, methods of preventing illness and injury during a natural disaster,
and tips for returning home in the aftermath of a disaster.


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Katherine Dunham, a pioneering dancer and
choreographer.
Katherine Dunham, died Sunday at a
Manhattan assisted living facility. She was 96.
Ms. Dunham choreographed such musicals as
'Aida' for the Metropolitan Opera and musi-
cals such as 'Cabin in the Sky'. She also
appeared in 'Stormy Weather' and 'Carnival of
Rhythm. She received 10 honorary doctor-
artes, the Presidential Medal of the Arts and
many more honors and awards. "She said, we
did not say black is beautiful, we showed it."

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Receivers To Roster


Crowned MEAC Champ


Troy
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The Jacksonville Jaguars added two veteran wide
receivers Friday, signing unrestricted free agents Troy
Edwards and Randy Hymes.
.' The signing come eight days after Jimmy Smith
retired.
Edwards played for the Jaguars in 2003 and 2004, and
played in three games for the Lions in 2005. In 92 NFL
games, including three seasons with Pittsburgh (1999-
Randy 2001) and one with St. Louis (2002), the 5-foot-10, 185-
Hymes pound Edwards has 203 receptions for 2,404 yards and 11


touchdowns.
Hymes spent all five of his seasons in Baltimore after the Ravens originally signed him
as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2002. The 6-3, 211-pound Hymes played in all 16 games
a year ago, with three starts, 11 catches for 132 yards and two scores. It 37 career games,
Hymes has caught 43 passes for 578 yards and four touchdowns.
Last week, Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said the team wouldn't sign a veteran receiver to
replace Smith. "Our approach will be to develop the guys that we have and we have some
young talent at that position," Del Rio said. "I remain very confident in the guys that we have
that they're going to be able to help us be real effective."


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"We knew we were fac-
ing a good team today that
swings the bat well," stated
Jimenez. "They were red-
hot, and looking for the
Cinderella Story thing to
happen. We couldn't take


them lightly, and we knew
that no lead was safe until
the final out. We had fun,
and now we are looking for-
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Story in Regionals."


Watching History


Jose Ortiz-Rivera


NORFOLK, Va. With
an outstanding pitching per-
formance and superb hitting,
the Bethune-Cookman
College Wildcats baseball
squad wasted little time
reclaiming their dominance .
of the Mid-Eastern Athletic
Conference (MEAC) on
Sunday afternoon with a
scintillating 14-0 victory
over the University of
Maryland-Eastern Shore at
Marty L. Miller Stadium in
Norfolk. Virginia.
'For the 10th time in
school history, the Wildcats
6f Bethune-Cookman (30-
25) collected the MEAC
Baseball Championship. It
was also their seventh title in
the last eight years.
Jose Ortiz-Rivera
(Juncos, Puerto Rico) col-
lected MVP honors for the
Tournament, while
Francisco Rodriguez, Dustin
Blackwell (Ac\torth, Ga.),
Rob Caruso (Pembroke
Pines, Fla.), Jose Alinonte
(San Juan, Puerto Rico) and
Spencer Hill \\ere named to
the All-Tournament Team,
for Bethune-Cookman.


San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds, center, and Oakland
Athletics' Brad Halsey, foreground, watch Bonds' 714th
career home run leave the park as fans, background,
react in the second inning of a baseball game Saturday,
May 20, 2006, in Oakland, Calif. At press time, Bonds is
now tied with Babe Ruth's second-place career record
of 714 home runs. (AP PhotolBen Margot)


NFL Guage's Bush's Interest In Running League


TALLAHASSEE. Fla. -
Gov. Jeb Bush is getting
tired of people trying to plan
his life after he leaves office
in January.
First, his brother, the
president, hinted Bush
should consider his ovwn run
for the Oval Office in 2008.
And no%\ comes the


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National Football League.
whichh had an emissary
gauge his interest in replac-
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Tagliabue, who is retiring in
July.To both. Bush's
response \\as thanks, but no.
"I'm flattered." Bush said
Wednesday of the NFL's
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They Threw an Object Through His Window. -- An officer
was dispatched to the 4300 block of Spottswood Road North
regarding a vandalism to a residence.
Upon arrival, the officer met with the victim who stated that he
was sitting on his bed when an object shattered his window.
He jumped up, ran outside and observed the suspects running
towards their house, which is two houses east of his home. The
parents of the children saw them running home and immediate-
ly returned them to the location of the incident.
The officer asked the children what had happened. The first
one denied having any involvement with the situation. The
second one initially denied participating, Later he stated that
suspect #1 threw the brick at the house and all of them then
threw bricks at the vehicle.
Suspect #3 began telling the officer exactly what had taken
place immediately upon the officer's arrival at the scene. He
stated that his brother, suspect #1 told him that they were going
to go break the car windows. Suspect #1 had told suspect #3
that if he did not throw the brick, he would beat him up.
Therefore, Suspect #3 threw the brick at the windshield, then
the others took turns throwing bricks and rocks at the vehicle.
Suspect #3 had also urinated and defecated in a plastic cup and
threw that on the windshield as well. Suspect #1 then threw a
brick at the house and they all took off running.
Suspect #4 told two different accounts of the incident, prior to
telling the truth. He gave an account of the incident that was
similar to Suspect #3's.
The officer read the boys their rights via card.
The guardians of the juveniles were all present at the scene.
The officer observed that the vehicle had a busted windshield
as well as damage to the driver's side door frame and panels.
The bedroom window was shattered and the bed was covered
with glass. Several bricks laid on the ground near the vehicle
and underneath the bedroom window.
The victim was not injured from the broken glass.
An evidence technician was assigned to process the evidence.
The suspects were taken to the PTDF.
The case was cleared by arrests.

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ATHENS, Ala. A woman was charged with domestic
violence for allegedly hitting her husband and another
woman on the head with a can of Raid bug spray after she
found them together.
Police Sgt. Trevor Harris said a "nosy neighbor" called
the woman at work on Friday and told her that her husband
was at their apartment having an affair with another w6man,
prompting the wife to head home.
"She came, in and caught her husband with another
woman and she grabbed a can of Raid and went at it," said
another officer, Capt. Marty Bruce. "She hit the husband in
the back of the head with it and then turned on the woman
and also hit her in the head."
The woman who was struck needed stitches for a head
wound, police said, and the husband also was cut but did not
require medical treatment.
Cornelia Cottrell Smith, 26, of Athens was arrested on a
misdemeanor charge of domestic violence and released from
the City Jail after posting a $1,000 bond. No one answered a
call Tuesday at a telephone number listed for her address.

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ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT
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parties respond to the solicitation below by 5:00 p.m., June 23,
2006. Further information is available through Onvia
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Your Weekly horoscopee

(MAY 27, 2006-JUNE 2, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) Each day of this
week in the morn-
ings you should
get out of bed and
pretend you are a
newborn baby.
What I am trying to say, you
Should get up and view the
world as if you are seeing it
for the first time, and not
crawl around drooling while
trying to suck your thumb.
Be in the moment and take a
few chances. Breathe in the
air and know that you are
living in a universe where
you are being taken care of,
in a very good way. The rea-
son for this is that if you take
this approach then you'll
find out that all the things
you have on your wish list
just might come true. Think
about it for a moment;
babies and kids usually don't
worry about the outcome of
a desire and it's when'we
detach ourselves that we get
from A to B a lot faster, This
week's lucky numbers are:
4, 6, 12, 16, 22.
Taurus (April 20 -
.May 21) This week you
should try prac-
tice saying the
word "no." It's
funny how diffi-
cult that can be
sometimes, but often if we
don't, we end up stepping
over our own boundaries,
only to feel completely
drained of all energy. You
are certainly a very giving
soul and doing it might just
prove to be a task that is
almost impossible to do.
You just have to give it a try.
Start out with the small stuff
such as when a co-worker
asks you out for lunch and
once again you are going to
the deli that you've had more.
than just enough of. This
week's lucky numbers are:
8, 14, 16, 38, 44.
Gemini (Max 21 -
June 21) Now you should
try to remember
when was the last
time you really let
yourself lose? I
mean really got out of con-
trol and showed the world
your wild side? It is now
time to break free and for
you to have an absolutely
fantastic time. I don't want
you to care about what other
people are saying about you,
life is too short, arid most
likely if they decide to criti-
cize you for your erratic
behavior,. be sure that' it's
only because they deep
.inside wish they had the
courage to let go. This
week's lucky numbers are:
6, 8, 18,.24, 30.
Cancer June 21- July
22) Life is actually quite all
right now, isn't it? So why is
it that things don't run as
smoothly as you would want
them to and that situations
now and then
I -; I seem more of a
I. hassle than a joy?
We could sit here
and ponder and philosophy
over that for a long time, but
my suggestion is, why not
just let it- all be a little
bumpy and yes even a little
annoying? You are so close
to having it all and you are
certainly experiencing this
because you are letting com-
pletely go of old habits and


patterns. This week's lucky
numbers are: 6, .12, 18, 28,
36.
Leo (July 23 August
22) You have the finger on
the pulse and everything you
touch has the potential to
turn int gold this week. You


may even don't know how
you do it. Just when it seems
like the world has
come crashing
down on you, you
emerge out of the
rubbles even stronger. So to
make a long story short, this
week success is in the air.
Two scenarios may actually
play out. Maybe you started
a project six months or six
weeks ago and now you are
going to reap all the rewards
or you are about to start a
project and in six weeks or
six months you'll be flying
high as the results come in.
It is your enthusiasm and
amazing drive, which will
bring about all this wonder-'
ful stuff, so enjoy it when it
arrives in your world. You
deserve it. This week's
lucky numbers are: 2, 10,
20, 22, 28.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) Whatever
it is you are doing this week,
you will have to do it with
patience, one step at the time.
Sand with both feet
planted firmly on
the ground. The
energy. is earthy
and structured so you'll be in
your element, but at the
same time you are being
watched, as you are plan-
ning. for a grander future.
Someone is eyeing you out,
because they are fascinated
by you, and who wouldn't
be? But also because they
see potential, as to what you
can accomplish. This week's
lucky numbers are: 30, 32,
36, 44, 50.
Libra (September 23
- October 23)
Someone's reach-
ing out to you
offering you his
or her guidance,
love and heartfelt expertise.
There is no certain answer if
you are in need of any of
that, but you might ask your-
self if there's an area in your
life where you could actual-
ly need some assistance. It
can often be hard to ask for
help but now and then it is
ok to admit that doing it all
on your own can be quite a
task. This week's lucky
numbers are: 4, 18, 28, 48,
52.
Scorpio (October 24
- November 21) Life can
E be really hard!
Don't you agree?
for sure you are! I
kind of suspected
you'd buy into that and I
admit it that wasn't very nice
of me. It's just that I'm sit-
ting here and I can see that
you are coming down on
yourself way.too hard and
for no reason at all. Now!
I'm not judging your experi-
ence; all I'm trying to do is
to make you see that all is
ok. Sometimes being pre-
sented with situations that
are less than heartwarming,
can give us a chance to see
life from a completely dif-
ferent perspective. This
week's lucky numbers are:
4, 8, 26, 28, 34.
Sagitt a r us
(November 22 -
December 21)
Verbalize every-
thing you hold
close to your heart now.
Communicate it out loud
and know as you do so you'll


bring more of it into your
life. You remember the old
saying? "From your mouth
to God's ear." It doesn't mat-
ter what your spiritual
beliefs are you can manifest
just about anything this
week by speaking the word.


I personally think it's liberat-
ing to know this since it
makes you in control of
what it is that you'd like to
see a reality.This. week's
lucky numbers are: 2, 20,
32, 36, 38.
Ca p r i c o r n
(December 22 January
19)Out with the
old in with the
new! This week it
will have to be
your saying. A major cycle
in your life is about to end
and you are about to embark
on a brand new journey. A
journey that will give you
plenty of opportunities to
completely change your life.
It's time for you to go over
what in the past has worked
for you and that, which has-
n't worked. Then with clear
intention readjust anything
that needs readjustment. It's
going to be an exciting peri-
od, so take your time, then
plan and plot. This week
lucky numbers are: 24, 34,
52, 60, 72.
Aquarius (January
20 .You can be absolutely
Sure that you are
truly loved.
Whether you
kno"w this or not
do your best this week to see
where in your world this
applies. You might be sur-
prised and find out that peo-
ple you had never given a


thought actually keep you in
their minds more than you
had expected. You are so
amazing and it is not going
unnoticed. The rewards are
coming in for your dedica-
tion as a trusted friend, lov-
ing parent or wonderful co-
worker. This week's lucky
numbers are: 4, 10, 46, 50,
62.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20) Change is com-
ing sooner and faster than
you think. The planetary
tendency shows that you
will welcome this change
with open arms.
Look forward to
see balance
restored where in
the past it has
been rather scattered. Know
that this change is all good
and that you are looking at
opportunities to rework your
current situation to bring
more of the good stuff into
your life: Doesn't it sound
good? You are probably
going "Yes! Yes! Yes!" Now
do you believe it? Well it's
one of those fortunate cir-
cumstances, which .doesn't
require that you believe it.
All you have to do is sit back
and feel the change, take it
in and roll with it. Know that
this change is here to make,
life a little sweeter for you.
This week's lucky numbers
are: 6, 12, 14, 26, 48.


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She is a gorgeous
"sista," with an infec-
tious, sexy smile. She
is Yale educated (a
B.A. in African-
American Studies; also
completing three years
at the Yale School of
Drama, earning a
Master of Arts in
Drama). In the eyes of
many, she is revered as
a living acting icon on
a level that few of her
professional peers have
had the opportunity to
arrive at because the
business that she is in
purposely and severely
limits all people of
color. We are talking
none other than our
own Black "Queen
Mother," of young
Black Afrikan
Hollywood, Angela
Bassett.
This columnist is
grateful for the recent
opportunity to have
shared in a round table
interview and a one on
one photo session with
Bassett., She was
warm, humorous, seri-
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earth. Like me, Bassett
is very physical. If you
are close enough, she
will touch you when she
talks i.e., pat you on the
shoulder, high five or
(in my case sitting right
next to her), an occa-
sional playful grab-slap
on the knee as she
becomes dramatical
with the subjects at
hand. I've interviewed
lesser stars with nega-
tive body language, who
are stand-offish, sit back
and wouldn't touch you
with a ten-foot pole.
This made my con-
versation with Bassett
an added bonus and
pleasure. At one point
she felt like a personal
friend that I hadn't seen
in a long time.
Bassett was born in
New York City but grew
up in St. Petersburg,
Florida where her fami-
ly had relocated. Her
social worker mom
taught her strict disci-
pline and independence
while growing up.
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incident when she was a
child that brings home
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Keyboard m aestro
Herbie Hancock has a 24-
date European Tour that
will begin in June and last
through August. He will
appear at the Sonoma Jazz
Fest on May 28 and debut
his road band i.e., Richie
Barshay, drums; Matt
Garrison, bass; Lili
Haydn, Violin and Lionel
Loueke. guitar at the JVC


Jazz Fest in New York on
June 23. His tour will swing
through the western part of
the U.S., before wrapping
up at the Hollywood Bowl
in LA on August 9th. Check
out his last CD album
"Possibilities."
Angeles Records artist
Mitchy Slick will go on the
road as the opener for DJ
Quik starting June 3 in Park
City, Utah. Slick's sopho-
more album Urban
Survival Svndrome will


drop August 1. Check him
out at
www.myspace.com/ogmitc
hyslick. Mitchy is also a
member of the Strong Arm
Steady Crew, who were just
signed to Talib Kweli's
label, Blacksmith/Warner
Brothers. Mathew Knowles
and his Music World Music
Company, had an LA show-
case for teen rapper Lil J
Xavier AKA Young Prince
of Tha South. Kurupt AKA
Youne Gotti will release his


highly anticipated under-
ground CD, "Same Day,
Different S-," on June
20th. Kurupt is currently
traveling with Tha Dogg
Pound, opening for Ice
Cube on his "Laugh Now,
Cry Later,' tour.'
For those of you who
are seriously trying to
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LIFE 18 28 Beach Girls ilCC) Beach Girls I,' Beach Girls ICC) Beach Girls CCI Beach Girls IC-' Criminal Intent 120051 Linda Purl
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TNT :46 17 ** First Knight (1991 Seanr Conner; i CCi ** Legends of Ihe Fall 1194. lDramad Brad Plft 4Anrhony H.opkins Aidan Quinn CC1:) ** The Patriot 12000, Warl Mtl GiIbson, Mealh Ledger (CC (IDVSI
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PBS 17 8 5 Lawrence Welk Show Antiques Roadshow INi Keeping Up Keeping Up Time Goes Time Goes Served IServed MontyPyth The Office
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WB 1117 9 7 Baby Boy My Wife Will-Grace Will-Grace Pepper Dennis (NI (CC) What I Like Twins CCi Smallville Run' i' (CCI Star Trek: Enterprise E)
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TV Rolls Out a Brand New Season of 'Pimp My Ride,' June 15


Xzibit Returns To Rev Up New
Season With A New Garage

MTV announced today that the
hit series "Pimp My Ride" will
return for an all new season
beginning Thursday, June 15 at
10 p.m. ET/PT. For its new sea-
son, rap superstar and car
enthusiast Xzibit and car cus-
tomization specialist Mad Mike
take aim on the biggest clunk-
ers on the road. Joining them
for this new season, and giving
a new spin on car customiza-
tion, is GAS Galpin Auto
Sports. Together Xzibit, Mad
Mike and the crew at the shop
will create unheard of, pimped
out masterpieces in the all new
season of "Pimp My Ride."
This season Xzibit and Mad
Mike, with some help from the
guys at GAS, will take things to
a whole new level.
Accomplishing" things that have
never been done before, in this
season of "Pimp My Ride"
viewers will witness a 1988
Cadillac Limo hooked up with
a 50" plasma screen movie the-
ater, a 1995 Mitsubishi Galant
with its own white fur chaise
lounge, and a 1976 ice cream
truck that is destined to go out
of business remodeled with
some 2006 technology.
In anticipation of the new sea-
son, MTV will schedule two 4-
hour blocks of "Pimp My Ride"
episodes, each block airing on
consecutive Sundays in June,
for a total of 8 hours of pro-
gramming. The first block airs
on June 4 from 5:00 p.m. 9:00
p.m.. The second block airs on
June 11 from 10:00 a.m. 2:00
p.m.
MTV.com lends its support to
"Pimp My Ride" by launching
the Pimp My Ride/Lincoln
Mark LT Sweepstakes. Each
week MTV.com users will
come to the "Pimp My Ride"
website and vote for one item
featured on that week's episode


to be added to the Mark LT. The
following week, Overdrive will
feature a package showing the
installation of the part that was
voted on that week. At the end
of the season the Mark LT will
be given away to one lucky
winner!
Overdrive will also offer view-
ers access to a segment of out-
takes and deleted scenes. Full
episodes will be available on
MTV On Demand starting July
7.
In addition, fans with mobile
devices will be able to access
features including the "Pimp
My Ride" trailer, weekly out-
takes from current season, "best
of'-clips from previous seasons
and "Pimp My Ride" graphics
.available as downloadable
wallpapers on mobile.mtv.com.
Rick Hurvitz and Bruce
Beresford-Redman are execu-
tive producers for "Pimp My
Ride." Larry Hochberg is
supervising producer. Beth
Greenwald is creative executive
for MTV.


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ThENTERTtr Pe I


Bassett continued from D-1
was reared.
"I brought home a
"C," on my report card.
I had my argument all
figured out because she
might go off. I think it
was in P.E. too. It usual-
ly was in P.E. She was
displeased with it and I
do remember saying but
mom, a 'C,' is average.
Then she yelled back, 'I
don't have average chil-
dren!' This stops, this
stops and this stops i.e.,
no phone calls, no
cheerleading, no
allowance to you name
it. The tone was that
hard-edged, but that
love was under there
and that has followed
me. The blank slate that
I was as a child; that was
written on it. I don't


have average children."
During Bassett's jun-
ior year in high school,
she went on an Upward
Bound trip to
Washington D.C., where
she saw. James Earl
Jones in a Kennedy
Center production of
"Of Mice and Men."
This inspired her to
make acting her calling.
When she returned to St.
Petersburg, she became
actively involved in a
number of local theater
productions. Upon grad-
uation, Bassett received
a scholarship to Yale.
She made her profes-
sional screen debut in
1986 with the. cult
favorite F/X. Other roles
followed such as Boyz
In The Hood, Malcolm
X, The Jacksons: An


American Dream, made
for TV movie; Waiting
To Exhale and How
Stella Got Her Groove
Back and of course her
Best Actress Oscar
nominated, What's Love
Got To Do With It.
When asked if she
gets any pressure from
being an Oscar nominat-
ed actress when being
considered for roles
Bassett responded, "No,
I don't think I get pres-
sured. The only pressure
is the pressure I put on
myself." Bassett has
maintained a level of
personal class and pro-
fessional integrity that is
an example for genera-
tions of actors and black
ones in particular, to fol-
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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. 5/27, 2:00 p.m. -
The Lost Man Movie
(1969) with Sidney
Poitier, Joanna Shimkus,
Paul Winfield, Al
Freeman Jr., Beverly
Todd, Dick Anthony
Williams. A black leader
uses a civil-rights demon-
stration as a cover for his
planned robbery of an all-
white .factory.
*Sat. 5/27, 4:00 p.m. -
Critical Assignment -
Movie (2004) starring
Cleveland Mitchell.
Filmed on location in


Africa, the action/adven-
ture thriller "Critical
Assignment" centers on a
respected international
journalist (Michael
Power) who reports on a
global water crisis occur-
ring back home in Africa.
After discovering that the
country's ruler will be lin-
ing his own pockets while
depriving many citizens
of a healthy living,
Michael must stay ahead
of those sent to stop him
from reporting the story.
*Sat. 5/27, 6:00 p.m. -
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.
*Sat. 5/27, 8:00 p.m. Mo
Better Blues Movie
(1990). Academy Award
winner Denzel


Washington stars as Bleek
Gilliam, an obsessive,
self-centered jazz trum-
peter who manages to
keep everyone at an arm's
length. Colorful and musi-
cally alive, Oscar nomi-
nated director Spike Lee
leads an A-list cast,
including Oscar nominee
Samuel L. Jackson and
Golden Globe nominee
John Turturro. A powerful
story with great music!
*Sun. 5/28, 10:00 p.m. -
"TV One Access" Guest:
Smokey Robinson.
Smokey Robinson offers
Whitney Houston person-
al advice. Hosted by
Access Hollywood corre-
spondent Shaun Robinson
and presented as monthly
one-hour specials and
daily minute-long enter-
tainment updates. TV One
brings viewers behind the
velvet rope for an inside
look at who's who in
Black Hollywood.


*Mon. 5/29, 9:00
a.m.Memorial Day
Madness Marathon -
Spend your Memorial
Day vacation watching
your favorite TV One sit-:M--
com characters go on
vacation as TV One pres-
ents the "Memorial Day
Madness Marathon." On
Monday, May 29th start-
ing at 9am, join your
favorite characters from
"Martin", "227", "Good
Times", "In the House",
and "Amen" for a full day
marathon of trips with
hilarious circumstances.-w*-
From Martin's vacation in
Hollywood to Marion's
reunion in New York, the
"Memorial Day Madness
Marathon" will have you
laughing out your seat.

Black Family Channel
Daily
Monday Saturday, 5 a.m.
- 8 a.m. & Sunday 5 a.m. -
3 p.m., "M-Power
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make contact with the
music industry, you should
check out The Music
Business Registry at
www.musicregistry.com or
call 800-377-7411 or 818-
995-7458. They have four
directories i.e., A&R
Registry, Music Publisher
Registry, Music Business
Attorney Registry and the
Film and Television Music
Guide. They are not cheap,
but are worth their weight
in gold!
TV:
Oscar winner Jamie
Foxx received an all time
best, five nominations for
the fourth -coming BET
AWARDS. Busta Rhymes,


Mary J. Blige and Missy
Elliott grabbed for picks
each. This year's show will
be hosted for the first time
by comedian Damon
Wayans when it airs live
from the famed Shrine
Auditorium on Tuesday,
June 27. Singer Chaka
Khan will receive the BET
Lifetime Achievement
Award while world-
renowned actor, singer and
activist Harry Belafonte
will receive the BET
Humanitarian Award.
Featured performers will
include: Mary J. Blige, TI.,
Mariah Carey and Kanye
West.
Movies:
The Da Vinci Code;


Columbia Pictures, starring
Tom Hanks, Audrey
Tautou, Ian McKellen,
Alfred Molina, Jurgen
Prochnow, Paul Bettany
and Jean Reno. Directed by
Ron Howard, screenplay
by Akiva Goldsman, pro-
duced by Brian Grazier and
John Calley, based on the'
block busting selling novel
by Dan Brown.
The movie was a good
thriller but the content was
overloaded with historical
inaccuracies, misrepresen-
tation of the origins and
motives surrounding the
ecumenical politics during
the formative era of
Christianity. No mention or
reference was made of


Africa or the Black African
Nile Valley where
Christianity actually began
before the invaders from the
north came in.
However, the real
shocker is that the master
teachers of the Hagia
Sophia were all the black
African Coptic Melchite
Priests from Kemet (aka
Egypt). These Black
scholastic masters created
the world's first academic
institution (within the Hagia
Sophia), .for Europeans,
who at that time could not
read or write. Both Ancient
Rome and Greece were
totally illiterate until the
black African from Kemet
wrote' alphabets for them,


and taught them to read and
write. There were three
African Popes during this
period i.e., Vigilius (537-
555), Pelagius (556-561)
and John III (561-574). No
mention of them in the
movie.
This movie is typical
propaganda Hollywood.
They portray the biblical
Jesus as a white European
who was married to Mary
Magdalene. They had a
child who started a blood
line that some were for and
other against.
Hit me up at feedback-
rych@sbcglobal.net.
Maat-Hotep!
Rych


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