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No Sentence Yet

For Parker, But 'Soon'

Said Judge; 435 Years

Or A New Trial?
JACKSONVILLE,
Fla.-- Russell Parker,
53, went to court
Wednesday wondering
and hoping. The mys-
tery: would he get 435
years in jail or a new
trial.?
After hearing new
and conflicting testi-
monies, U. S. District
Judge Timothy Corrigan
adjourned the hearing
and had the attorneys
Russell Parkerm and client to return
Thursday stating he would.only allow 15 to 20 min-
utes for each side to convince the allowance of a new
trial or jail time.
Parker's first trial regarding what is being called,
'real estate fraud' ended with a hung jury. Because
the jury could not make a decision, he went to trial
again and the second trial in January, found him
guilty of-what was termed, a "14 million dollar real
estate scheme."-
The jury found Parker guilty of mail fraud, wire'
fraud, and conspiracy. His company. Real Estate
Parker c otimnued on A-7

Teen Attacked And Beaten

For Bragging Rights

JACKSONVILLE -- It was seen in Texas about a
month ago when it was discovered that teens in a Dallas
suburb, staged fighting so that the beating could be
'taped, placed on the Internet or sold as a DVD. Now
First Coast News reported that a similar situation
occurred in Jacksonville when three teens pushed and
punched another teen from behind while their actions
were being taped. This is different from the bully kid
where laws have finally been passed to protect our
youth.
The community is steadily crying, "Stop the
Violence" and the youth apparently are not listening.
With school not in session, more problems are expect-
ed to occur and parents, churches, neighbors and com-
munity leaders are being asked to take a bigger role in
curbing this situation. We often say,'our children are
.our future. If something is not done. soon, said MAD
DADS, will vwe be able to discuss future?
Refunds May Be Received For Alicia


Alicia Keys


Accused Shooter And Driver


Charged In Teen's Death; Is


Gangsta Rap A Cause Of Violence?


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Radarius Jackson
Victim
JACKSONVILLE, FL
It was Easter Sunday
morning, April 16, 2006
when 13-year-old,
Radarius Jackson, an
award winning basketball
student, became the 57th


Josef Williams Gregory Almon
Suspect Suspect.


homicide victim in the
City of Jacksonville.
Even the families believe
the shooting stemmed
from a neighborhood turf
war, that Radarius person-
ally, was probably not the


intended target or even
involved in the unrealis-
tic battle, says residents
of the Sherwood Forest
division.
The Jacksons are
recent. residents of the


area, having moved from
West Jacksonville.
Radarius' older brother is
16-years-old and still in
high school. So why
would a 19-year-old and a
22-year-old consider them
to be a part of a neighbor-
hood feud.
They were not adults
and neither the accused
shooter, driver or the oth-
ers involved in the feud,
owned the houses or the
land and that is what
bothers the community.
The word is, the one
group that had lived in the

Violence C oninued on A-7


Oprah And Hip Hop Music Cash


Ice Cube


Ice Cube said that he
has been involved in three
projects that have been
"pitched" to her and he
has never been asked to


and was with two other
members of the CBS
team to film a Memorial
Day story. The two mate
reporters were killed
instantly. Their deaths
bring the number of
journalists killed in the
Iraqi conflict to 71.

Judge Mathis
Said Feds Should
Initiate Undercover
Gun Purchases

Judge Greg Mathis, in
a special to
BlackAmericaWeb.com
said that investigators in
New York City made
illegal gun purchases in
five states as part of an
undercover investiga-
Brief continued on A-7


participate.
Ice Cube feels that Jis
rags-
.to-
Sriches
story
should
be ofU
inter-
est to
her.
Dr. Boyce Dr.
Watkins Boyce
Watkins, college profes-
sor and author says that
Oprah Winfrey often dis-
criminates against certain
genres when it comes to
having black men on her
show.
He says she is more
likely to have a black man
on her show that is either
non-threatening to her,
audience or if he has done
something bad toward
women. But. he also
added that he has tremen-
dous respect for her
achievements.
He said a man like Ice
Cube could show Oprah's
audience that his family
films were entertainment
for everyone, not just
black males.
"Birthplace Of
The Florida
Religious Hall Of
Fame"
"Serving Florida
For 55 Years
The People's
Choice."


First it was 50 Cent
and Ludacris, extremely
popular rap stars who
said that they have a
problem with the talk
show queen. Now they
have been joined by Ice
Cube who joins them in
their belief that Oprah
does not like them
because they are rappers.
But isn't Will Smith a rap-

Keys 'Unplugged'


If you purchased or received as a gift,.
Alicia Keys' "Unplugged" album, you may
be able to get a refund or more from her
record company.
A New York judge agreed to a settlement
of lawsuits that was instigated because of
software that Sony BMG had-placed on the
music CD's so that it could not be copied.
According to Associated Press, the settle-
ment will have Sony give millions .of free
song downloads or cash.
They will also get replacement discs,
without the flawed program. The software
that Sony had used to prevent piracy was
called MediaMax. The software fouled up
the CD listener's computers and also left
them vulnerable to hackers.


per? Maybe it is not rap
music but hip-hop or
Gangsta rap that she *has
difficulty with said oth-
ers.


NEWS IN BRIEF

First Black
Reporter Killed
In Iraq



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Averting A Repeat of Katrina
Marc H. Morial
President and Chief Executive National Urban League


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


Next week, the hurri-
cane season returns, but is
America prepared?
Hurricane Katrina laid
bare for the world to see
the horrific destruction that
is possible along our city
shorelines and inlands.
And yet, we still rely on
the U.S Army Corps of
Engineers to inspect and
maintain systems they
designed and constructed.
If you were building a
new home, would you
leave it to the same build-
ing contractor to verify its
safety? Certainly not. But
when it comes to our
nation's flood control sys-
tem, is the fox guarding the
hen house?
That's why U.S. Army
Secretary Francis J.
Harvey must establish an
independent commission
to be responsible for the
immediate inspection of
the nation's flood protec-
tion system. This is espe-
cially necessary in light of
conclusions reached by a
National Science
Foundation panel that
breaches in New Orleans'.
system of levees were
caused by design, con-
struction and maintenance
flaws not by Katrina's
sheer force.


CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
PUBLISHER
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


steel curtains designed to
stabilize levees down deep
enough, among other
things.
The panel of scientists
responsible for the NSF-
funded independent review
also recommended the cre-
ation of an independent
oversight agency to ensure
that the Army Corps is per-
forming up to standard
when it comes to adequate-
ly protecting all flood-
prone and hurricane-vul-
nerable areas across the
nation.
For this hurricane sea-
son, national forecasters
are predicting at least four
to six major storms, one of
which could hit New
Orleans. And even after the
investment of $800 million
in federal funds to recon-
struct the -city's levees,
there is still concern that
they will fail again in the
face of another Katrina-
like storm and produce a
similar disastrous out-
come.
That is why it's critical
that the U.S. government
act quickly or risk putting
even more urban
Americans, many of them
; poor and financially unable
to evacuate' to safety on
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Nichol's Equipment
10237 Beach Blvd.
904-641-2923


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Tucker Equipment
113 11th Street
904-246-1330

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Ronnie's Repair Shop
5091 Sunbeam Rd.
904-636-0739


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gulf coasts. The NSF-fund-
ing review should serve as
a major wakeup call to all
major metropolitan areas
prone to hurricanes and
floods. If the Army Corps
couldn't handle the task of
protecting a city the size of
New Orleans for nature's
fury, how could it possibly
defend a city the size of
New York?
The Army Corps has
been urged by experts and
federal agencies to raise
building standards
throughout the years, but to
no avail. For various rea-
sons, the agencyhas resis-
ted. Officials have argued
that the U.S. Congress'
micromanagement of their
budget and penchant for
funding members' pet proj-
ects, whether a priority or
not, has made their jobs
difficult.
Still, there is no excuse
for sacrificing safety and
aspiring to "inappropriate-
ly low" safety targets. It is
obvious that the Army
Corps lacks the ability to
protect urban Americans in
hurricane-prone areas from
Katrina-like disasters, That
is exactly why an inde-
pendent commission is
needed to identify and rec-
tify problems before it is
too late and another
Katrina devastates another
American city.


Much of the death and
devastation in Katrina's
wake resulted from human
error not nature's wrath,
the independent audit
revealed. This is in direct
contrast to the Army
Corps' own initial assess-
ment that the catastrophic
floods triggered by
Katrina's storm surge were
largely unstoppable. New
Orleans had been lulled
into a false sense of securi-
ty.
It wasn't that New
Orleans' flood control sys-
tem couldn't handle
Katrina. Or that too much
water spilled over the lev-
ees into the city. It was a
decision made largely by
the Army Corps along with
other public and private
agencies to put efficien-
cy and reduced cost ahead
of safety that helped, sink
New Orleans. The NSF-
funded report concluded
that the Army Corps had
set the safety bar "inappro-
priately low."
In addition to design,
construction and mainte-
nance flaws, the independ-'
ent audit faults the Army
Corps for building levees
upon less-than-stable
ground, and for not posi-
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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-
CHURCH'S 140TH AND PAS-
TOR'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY-Mt.
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church,
1620 Helena St. will celebrate the
Church's 140th and the Pastor's 10th
anniversary June 7-11. Services on
SJune 7, 8, and 9 begin at 8:00 p.m. A
banquet will be held at 7:00 p.m. on
Saturday, June 10. Services on
Sunday, June 11 will be held at 8:00
J a a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 4:00 p.m. The
Robert E. Hand Mrs. public is invited to attend. Dr. Robert
E. Herring, Sr., Pastor.
SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET-
Sweetfield Missionary Baptist
Church will hold its Annual
Scholarship Banquet on June 25 at
the Wyndham Jacksonville
Riverwalk, 1515 Prudential Dr. Rear
admiral Anthony L. Winns, Deputy "J
Director, Air Warfare Staff of the
Chief of Naval Operations, is the
speaker. Rear admiral Winns previ- i _
ously served as Commander, Patrol Rear Admiral
and reconnaissance Force, Pacific Anthony L. Winns
and Commander Task Force 32. For
tickets contact Rev: Richard R. Russ or Sis. Marilyn Russ at.
(904) 751-6263 prior to June 15.
VACATION BIBLE INSTITUTE-Rev. Marvin C. Zanders
II, Pastor, and members of Saint Paul African Methodist
Episcopal Church, 6910 New Kings Rd., invite the public to.
share in their Vacation Bible Institute June 5-7 from 5:00-
7:00 p.m. Contact the church's office at (904) 764-2755 for
transportation and additional information.
EXTRAVAGANZA-Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist
Church, 2036 Silver St., and Word's To.Work Ministry will
hold a Summer Camp- Block Party Extravganza from 9:00
a.m.-12 Noon June 11-15. The public is invited to attend and
enjoy the friendship and fellowship. For more information
call (904) 354-7249.
FAMILY EMPHASIS MONTH-Northside Church of
Christ, 4736 Avenue B., kicked off Family Emphasis Month
on Mother's Day with activities continuing through Father's
Day. The theme is "Staying Focused On God's Love." The
Family Enrichment Revival was held May 31 through June
2 with Brother Jerry Macon of Detroit. MI as guest evangel-
ist. The Minister and Wife's 33rd Annual Appreciation
Banquet will be held Saturday, June 3 at 6:00 p.m. in the,
Family Life Center.. All families are asked to sit together
during worship service on Sunday, June 4 at 8:00 a.m. The


At the time of a funeral, you
need a trustedprofessional to help
make-the decisions which make
you feel comfortable. You need to
know that the professional )ou-
have chosen will be honest about
the processes, the procedures, and)
the costs. This person n\ill be like a
trusted family member in your nime
of need and will treat 'you with
respect and compassion.
Phone calls to local funeral
service providers can be a key ele-
ment in choosing a funeral home.
Begin by asking these ques-
tions:
1. Are you an independent
funeral home? Independent funeral
homes are locally o-wned by people
who are an active part of the coim-
munity. feral directors
2. Are y'our funeral directors


full licensed and do they have
advanced training?
3. Does the funeral home offer
oppomuniries for pre-arrangement?
4. Does the funeral home
honor pre-arrangements from other
funeral homes?
5 Is a price list available
including services and merchan-
dise such as caskets and vaults)?
This should be given to )ou at no
obligation.
S These types of questions
should help you determine whether
this service provider will be a ail-
able to meet your personal needs.

.A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY, INC.
"Our .rm ra rj.r to EQual But e cel'
5660 Moncrief Rd.*
I Tel: 768-0507
www.ABColeman.com


Minister and Wife's Appreciation Shower will be held at
7:00 p.m. immediately following the 6:00 p.m. worship serv-
ice. A nursery will be available at all services. For free
transportation or additional information please call the
church at (904) 765-9830. Charlie McClendon, Senior
Minister, is inviting the community to attend.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL-Saint Matthew Baptist
Church, 3130 Moncrief Rd. (corner of 28th Street and
Moncrief Road) invite everyone ages 4 and above to join
the free Vacation Bible School June 5-9 at 5:00 p.m. Adults
will also have the opportunity to participate in an Artic Edge
Bible Study. For more information call the church at (904)
768-7624.
FLIGHT TO FASHION- "A Flight Into Fashion" will take
off masquerading as an air flight, featuring a fashion show
aboard FAME Airlines (First A.M.E. Church). "A Flight
Into Fashion" is sponsored by the Senior Usher Board. The
Rev. Gillard S. Glover is the pastor. The flight will depart
from FAME International Airport, 91 Old Kings Rd. North,
Palm Coast, on Saturday, June 10. Passengers will board the
gate at 4:30 p.m., and take-off from the runway will be at 5
p.m. For tickets, call the church at (386) 446-5759, or
Chairwoman Delores Hamilton, (386) 447-0462.
LIFTING UP THE NAME OF JESUS-Donna's Praise
Dance and Baton Company, a Christian Emphasis Company,
presents Lifting Up The Name Of Jesus, their first dance
recital, on Saturday, June 3 at 4:00 p.m. at William Marion
Raines High School.


Listings'are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to:
info@thefloridastar.com

Wilberforce University President,

Others Pen New Book As

Resource For Black Churches


KING OF PRUSSIA,
Pa. Wilbb r force e
University President and
mega-church Pastor Floyd
Flake, his wife, copastor
and author Elaine Flake,
and church Chief
Financial Officer Edwin
Reed offer a design based
on key needs in the black
church., aid their experi-
ence at one of the nation's
most respected and largest
black- churches, 20,000
plus' member Greater
Allen A.M.E. Cathedral in
Jamaica, New York.
This unique, detailed,
and thorough resource
for black churches of any
denomination covers vir-
tually all aspects of
church management from
the theoretical and theo-
logical to the practical
"nuts and bolts" of church
administration.
Included are chapters
covering distinctive char-
acteristics of African
American churches,
church vision, the pastor
as leader, daily opera-
tions, managing people,
managing money, and
legal issues.
The author include a
special section offering
Principles for economic
development, an area in
which Greater Allen
A.M.E. Cathedral has
experienced extraordinary
success.
"The African American
Church Management
Handbook" is expected to
find a permanent place on
the desks of African
American pastors, semi-
narians, and hurch lead-


DEATH


NOTICES
BOLDEN-Ethel R., died May. 24,
2006. '
COLON-Rdfeal Rios. 71, Died lMa'
26, 2006.
ERVIN-James, died May 25, 2006.
A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.
FREEMAN-Cheryl J., died May 26,
2006:
G 4RRISON-Jack M, Sr. died Ma',
25, 2006. A B COLEMAN MO()R-
TLiARY. INC
GEDDIS-Theodore. 68, died May
29, 2006.
GELZER-Samuel, died May 27,
2006. :
GIVENS-Leroy, died:May 25; 2006.
GRIFFIN-Thelma, died Ma\ 22.
2006.
HARVEY-Baby Aiden X., died Ma.
27, 2006.
HERRING-Mellie I. died Ma\ 24,
:o.U06 ,
HOSE-Elsie. died la\ 26. 2006
A.B. COLEMAN MORTLkRY.
INC.
HLiNT-Sjrah. died Mlj- _29. 2006
JACKSON-John Leis, 61, died
May 25, 2006.
JAMES-Nicholas. died May 27,
2006.
JAMES-Queen Esther Brown, died
Ma\ 23. 2016
JENNINGS-Dennis, died May 23,
2006t
JOHZSON-Doretha T. died Ma\ 27.
2006 .
JONES-Debbie Ann. -I4. died Ma,
2. 21))6.
JONES-Herman. died May 22,'2006:
JORDAN-Mabel E. died May 28,
2006 A.B. COLELAN MORTU-
ARY. INC
MCCALL-Jacquelyn, died May 23,
2006.
MCCOY-Ruby Lee, died My 29,
2006.
MCDONALD-Helen, died May 22,
2006.
MILLER-David, 69, died May 21,
2006.
RICHARDS-Albert C., died May 27,
2006.
SLOAN-Georgia Powell, died May
28, 2006. ALPHONSO WEST
MORTUARY, IC.
SMITH-Sylvester, died May 20,
2006.
SPEARS-Earnest, -died May 23,
2006. .A.B. COLEMAN MORTU-
ARY, INC.
TERRY-Minnie L., died May 24,
2006.
THOMAS-Isaiah, died May 24,
2006.
TURNER-Bennie, died May 24,
2006.
WALTON-Ernest, died May 23,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MORTU-
ARY, INC.
WATERS-Annette E., 53, died May
22, 2006.
WATSON-Vondell R., 50, died May
24, 2006.
WHITELOCK-Riuth Powell, died
May 20, 2006.
WILLIAMS-Jondal Y, 4, died May
24, 2006.
WILLIAMS-Jondalynn A., died
May 26, 2006.
WILLIAMS-Rodney, 18, died May
23,2006.
WILSON-Marjorie C., died May 30,
2006. /


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

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

MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIHRCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr.,;M.A., M. Div., Pastor I
Telephone (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ diedfor our sIn as trned ui rcJ ose age,' ise / Corintnhins 15:1-4).
Sulzbacher Odtreach Sen ie .. s 30 a m
Sunday School ...... .. 10:00 a m
Morning .orhip ....... I 00 a m
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Frida% Night Ser ies ...... 7 n m
Saturday Prison )urrech .. I 00 p m
Saturday Nursing Home Ourreach .. 3rd and 4th Sajrrda s
International Sunday School...9:00 a.m. and5:00 p:m. Saturday on WYMM AM 1530
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall.. Pastor
Street Address: 723 W 4th St Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Fla. 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning.Worship 11:00 a.m.,
uesdj . Prayer Meeting & Bible.Study,7f00 p.m.
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Mother's Day at Mount Vernon Church
Mother's Day is a time of tribute, celebration,
remembrance and honor for Mothers. On Mother's Day
there may be a prepared breakfast in bed, getting togeth-
er with family and friends, and reading those beautiful-
ly hand designed cards. Mother's everywhere look for-
ward to a 'day off, good food that they didn't prepare
themselves, hearing beautiful music, and just plain 'ole'
relaxation.
And of course, there was much excitement on
Mother's Day Eve morning for the Deaconess Board
Mother's and their families at Mount Vernon Missionary
Baptist Church. Each year the church sponsors a cele-
bration for its Deaconess Board Mothers. This year was
the 9th Annual Mother's Day Breakfast. Held in the G.
T. McCall Annex, the speaker for the celebration was
Deacon Michael Thomas of the Mt. Vernon Church.
This year's theme was Mothers with Compassion and
Love for Her Family. "This year's attendance set an all
time record high of nearly 150", stated Deacon Brown.
There were gifts for each Mother. In addition to the
gifts for all Mothers, the oldest and youngest mothers
received bouquets of roses. Now that really makes a
Mother feel special!
And the Mother's were serenaded by the Mt. Vernon
Men, adding to the Mother's being 'Queen's for the Day'.
Reverend Kelly E. Brown, Jr. is pastor at Mt.
Vernon.
********
Second Annual Grand Stand Awards Ceremony
There were past and present medical administrators,
city council persons and very special Shands
Jacksonville PFS Outpatient Financial Evaluation
Department staffers at the Second Annual Grand Stand
Awards Ceremony. The 'brain child' of Mrs. Winifred
Baker, Mrs. Baker writes, "A tradition of achievement
continues as the PFS Outpatient Financial Evaluation
Department observed their Second Annual Grand Stand
award ceremony ......The events of the evening high-
lighted the accomplishments for the year 2005 2006.
The festivities were held in the Shands Jacksonville
Banquet Room in the Twin Towers. Special guests and
campus administration joined in the celebration to make
this event the most enjoyable to date. It was truly a spe-
cial night of appreciation and fun!
Among the high points of the evening Dr. Lois
Gibson presented one of the achievement aw ards. She
has surely endeared herself to the staff at Financial
Evaluation. Being an educator, it is hard to get teaching
out of your blood. She ...challenged the staff to contin-
ue to reach for the high bar of excellence in the work
place. Another of the evening's highlights was having
special guests Mrs. Pat Lockett-Felder and Dr.
Elizabeth G Means offer %words of appreciation to me
for my tenure and work in service to the citizens of
Jacksonville. The 2006 honorees were given accolades
emphasizing the need to always provide quality service
to the customer.
In my remarks, there w'as special emphasis on thank-
ing Russell Baker for allowing me the extended time to
invest in the lives of the staff. I also challenged the staff
to continue to reach for the high bar of excellence. Bill
Ryan, CFO, Shands and Ms Leslie Ward, VP, HR
Shands closed the evening \with remarks to encourage
the PFS staff and myself to continue to strive for excel-
lence in the work place to be B*E*S*T*"!
********
Les Amies D'Arts
The Les Amies D'Arts ladies again 'strutted' them-
selves all over the Halifax Country Club this year and
they really could with 'good ole' soul music from Abe
and The House Rockers. Some of us on the First Coast
remember this group quite well. We've 'rocked' with
this musical group before. And let me tell you that Abe,
'Still Has It'. He took us from the oldies to present day
tunes to dances of yester year and the latest dances.
It was a fun afternoon and we are always so delight-
ed to be the guests of Les Amies D'Arts member and
retired St. Johns County educator, Mrs. Myrtis Mason
and her very debonair hubby, retired St. Johns County
Schools Superintendent Otis Mason. The 'little trek' to
Ormond Beach is always so delightful!!
********
Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming events.
Contact us at, 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me
directly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904).285-9777
or fax (904) 285-7008.


See you in the paper!


Honored Mother Mrs. Ruth Sales and daughter Mrs.
Yvonne Sales. (Photo courtesy of Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist Church)


Mothers and their families at the Mt. Vernon Mother's
Day Breakfast. ( Photo courtesy of Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist Church)


Guest Speaker Deacon Michael Thomas.
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City Councilwoman Pat Lockett-Felder receives gift
from PFS Outpatient Financial Evaluation Staffer as Dr.
Elizabeth Means looks. (Photo courtesy of PFS Outpaltlent Financial
Evaluation Department)


The Mt. Vernon Men Singers as they serenade the Mt.
Vernon Mothers. (Photo courtesy of Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist
Church)
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Members of Les Amies D'Arts with their president Mrs.
Ada McCain seated in the foreground. (Photo byJ. Carl Davis,
Sr.)


Dr.Lois Gibson presents an achievement award to Ms.
Telfair. (Photos courtesy of PFS Outpatient Financial Evaluation Department)


Les Amies D'Arts prexy with fellow member Mrs. Myrtis
Mason. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


The Williamses of St. Augustine, FL, (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


The Mason with their quest: The Greens, Reginald
Mason And Mrs. Janie Price. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


The Otis Mason dancing away the afterlponl (Photo byJ.
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U.S. Congresswoman Corrine Brown (center) receives
an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Bethune-
Cookman College President Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed (left).
(Photo by John Reev6s)


DAYTONA BEACH,
Fla.-- United States
Congresswoman Corrine
Brown delivered an inspir-
ing and compelling keynote
address to graduates of
Bethune-Cookman College
at its 2006 spring com-
mencement.
Two hundred seventy-
four students received bach-
elor's degrees from the col-
lege during the commence-
ment service held at the
Ocean Center in Daytona
Beach, Fla.


Congresswoman Brown
received one of two
Honorary Degrees presented
by President Trudie Kibbe
Reed and Board Chairman
Irving Matthews of Daytona
Beach.
Recognized for her con-
tinued commitment to the
community, Brown was con-
ferred the Honorary Doctor
of Laws degree. Retiring B-
CC Trustee, Mary Alice
Massey received the
Honorary Doctor of
Humane Letters.
Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed,
who was presiding over her
second commencement as
the college's fifth president,
referred to Brown as, "a
loyal friend to Bethune-
Cookman College and a


public servant who prides
herself on delivering the
goods and services of the
federal government to her
constituents."
Brown challenged the
graduates to .take social
responsibility for communi-
ty issues. She related to the
graduates by talking about
the many difficulties and
obstacles they may have
encountered throughout
their college careers. BrownT
stated that, "To whom much
is given, much is'expected."
Congresswoman Brown
earned her Bachelor of
Science Degree at Florida
Agricultural and Mechanical
University and her Master's
and Education Specialist
Degrees from the University


of Florida.
She emphasized the
importance of perseverance
and staying committed to
goals that you set for your-
self.
Congresswoman Brown
represents Florida's Third
District and serves as Vice
Chair of The Congressional
Black Caucus. She is the
Ranking Democrat on the
Transp or station
Subcommittee on -Railroad
;and a Member of the
Committee on Veterans'
Affairs.
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been very instrumental in
getting Florida's share of
federal resources.


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area longer, wanted to run out the new comers.
According to all witness, Gregory Almon, 22, was driving the vehicle through the neigh-
borhood; possibly to Josefs mother's house, when Josef Williams, 19, got out of the vehicle
with an assault rifle, and started shooting at the teens who had just left a birthday party at
the Northside Conference Center.Banquet Hall on Soutel around 2:00 a.m.
The teens had planned to ride home but when the vehicle was already filled with passen-
gers, they thought it safe to walk since it was a short distance.
Almon's past record includes a felony in 2002, two auto thefts in 2003, a traffic arrest in
2004, a weapons violation in 2005 and again in 2006. Williams' arrest record includes a mis-
demeanor charge in January and attempted murder in April 2006.
Ironically on April 3, 2006, Radarius, his 16-year-old brother, and two other teens had to
dodge gunfire near their home. Neither of the four was hurt. It appears the shooter for the
murder of Radarius was also the shooter on April 3, 2006. After Radarius was killed, Josef
Williams, 19, was sought as a person of interest.
On April 17, Gregory Almon, 22 was arrested and charged with possessing a firearm as
a felon. On April 20, Josef Williams, 19, turned himself in, accompanied by his mother.
His arrest charged him with four counts of attempted murder.
Several witness recognized Josef as the shooter in both situations. Now both men are
charged with murder.
Josefs mother talked about his early childhood training and exposure to the church and
Christianity. She exposed him, she said, to Christian music and was disappointed when his
interest changed to gangsta rap.
She strongly feels that the constant listening to music that promotes violence, territory,
profanity, name calling, etc., has a definite effect on our youth today. She still wants to
believe that her son is innocent and incapable of such violence. Mrs. Jennings, Josefs moth-
er said that her constant prayer is for her family and families all over America who are faced
with such tragedies.
Both Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Jennings, wish they could understand why this is happen-
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Trader, was located on Edgewood.
Parker said his goal was to help people become successful real estate investors. He said
he did not promise them they would get rich quick and he offered seminars to recruit and
train. He would offer cash through advertisements to the "lucky" person to help the
investors embark upon a real estate investment career. His theme, "buy low, sell high." And
this was probably what caused the trouble. Even though Parker had all of the properties
appraised by a licensed broker, the difference between the low and high was obviously too
different.
Many of the investors did not have the funds to do the necessary repairs or pay the mort-
gage payments before a sale or a renter and that too was a problem since Parker required
those who joined him in the real estate investment company to purchase a minimal of four
houses.
The government said that Parker must return more that $14 million dollars in cash, land,
his home and cars. Parker said his real estate dealings did not reach that amount and pro-
vided documents showing that his deals only cost the people $66,000.
Parker used lenders that did not require standard documentation. Therefore, a number of
people with bad or no credit were able to participate in his program.
It is anticipated that the judge will make a decision regarding Parker's fate, early next
week.
Brief continued from A-1
Stion. Fifteen gun dealers made illegal sales during the two-month long
sting. This was done to get answers on how to cut down the number of
illegal guns that make it into the city.
** Judge Mathis said that federal officials should take note and follow
suit by leading the way on similar investigations around the country.
Judge Mathis is known for his national TV appearance and is nation-
al I ice president of Rainbow PUSH and a national board member of the
Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC).

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Registration Opens For Pathway Academy At FCCJ
Pathways Academy, the Florida Community College charter school approved by the
Duval County School Board in 2005 to provide an alternative for high-school dropouts, is
offering information sessions and registration throughout June for its inaugural class.
Prospective students and their parents or guardians are invited to attend registration/informa-
tion sessions at Downtown Campus on any of the following dates:


June 7 at 3-4:30 p.m.. Room 1058

June 14 at 7-8:30 p.m., Room 1018

June 15 at 3-4:30 p.m., Room 1058

June 20 at 6-7:30 p.m.. Room 1058

June 24 at 10-11:30 a.m., Room 1018

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program is offered atno cost to students.
Comprehensive case-management services. individualized attention, career development
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Duval County Public Schools Awarded $984,331
To Improve Teaching Of American History
Du\al County Public Schools mi Jackson\ille. `Fla. have been selected to receive a
$984,331 federal grant to improve the quality of American history education, U.S. Secretary
ofEducation Margaret Spellings announced recently.
Students who are well grounded in history are more likely to become active, informed
participants in our nation's future. This year, the Teaching American History program will
award 124 new grants worth $118.2million to school districts in 38 states nationwide.
"Our nation's founding fathers believed the study of history and citizenship should be at
the core of every American's education," Secretary Spellings said. "Yet, with studies show-
ing less than one-quartet of American students are proficient in either subject, far too few
U.S. students'are learning the lessons vital to life in our democratic society. History educa-
tion under No Child Left Behind is essential to help students gain an understanding and
appreciation of our nation's history and government."
Duval County Public Schools are partnering with higher education and local arts and his-
torical organizations to provide 75 American history teachers from 5th. 8th, and 11 th grades
",ith training to improve content knowledge and understanding of American history. The
program will include field trips, graduate coursework, workshops, and summer institutes.
The Teaching American History discretionary grant program supports three-year projects
to improve teachers' knowledge and understanding of traditional American history through
intensive, on-going professional development.
Grantees must work in partnership with one or more organizations that have extensive
knowledge of American history, including libraries, museums, nonprofit history or humani-
ties organizations and higher education institutions.
History is one of the core academic subjects under the landmark No Child Left Behind
Act; however, the National Assessment, of Educational Progress, or NAEP, which is com-
monly known as the "Nation's Report Card," shows that less than one-quarter of America's
students in grades 4, 8 and 12 are proficient in American history.
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With Warner and Sylvia Singleton
By Marsha Dean Phelts
At Home Photographs by Michael R. Phelts
W Tarner Singleton and Sylvia Skinner have
known each other since both %were in second
F..- grade at Davis Street School (later named in
honor of Isaiah Blocker.. \\hren Syl via went to the junior
high school prom. Warner escorted her. Warner also car-
--.-. ned her to their senior prom. In 1954 Sylvia and Warner
S\ere in the first June graduating class from the Ne\w
Stanton Senior High School. After high school graduation
Slia like her parents Charles and Alice Miller Skinner
enrolled at Hampton University in Virginia where she
.majored in art historY. Warner enrolled in Florida A & NI
UniversityI and majored in Chemistry.


TOP FRAME: Warner and Sylvia Singleton at home on Pottsburg Creek. BOT-
TOM FRAME: In the sitting area of the Owner's Suite, Sable the Singleton's
Burmese Oriental cat enjoys being cuddled by Sylvia as Warner lovingly looks
on.
The Singleton Family continued on B'-5


Warner and Sylvia celebrating 45 years of marriage
in 2003.


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Continued From B-4


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Warner Singleton escorts Sylvia Skinner at the
Debutante Ball during the 1956
Christmas Season.

During their junior year of college Sylvia made
her debut in society. A grand Debutante Ball was held
over the Christmas Holiday Season at the two thou-
sand seated Two-Spot Nightclub at Moncrief Springs.
Once again Warner Singleton was her escort. For the
twelve young ladies in the coterie there were three'
full weeks of parties, etiquette sessions and celebra-
tions hosted by leading families from the Jacksonville
Negro Blue Lists of the era. Fifty years after the
Debutante Ball Sylvia and Warner beam with glee of
their remembrances of Baron J. McCloud and the
Clouds of Joy Band that played as they danced
through the night.
While Sylvia graduated from Hampton in the
spring of 1958, Warner had been drafted to serve in
the United States Army during his senior year.

Wedding Bells
About a month after her graduation, Sylvia and
Warner were married and two days later he was on his
way to basic training at Fort Riley in Kansas. After
basic training Warner was off to the Far East where he

Singletons: Wedding Bells continued on B-6


TOP FRAME: Bone-colored upholstered furnishings and accent pieces in the Sin-
gleton's living room are further enhanced by colors in the oriental carpet and floral
arrangements. MIDDLE FRAME: A grand theatre room offers the comforts of button
operated reclining leather seats, stereo sounds, high definition viewing and so much
more. BOTTOM FRAME: The Owner's Suite leads to the swimming pool.


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Warner's toys include his corvette, a model
corvette collection, a flute, and alto saxophones.
he served as Military Police during the postwar
occupation of Korea. Sylvia Skinner Singleton,
a new bride launched her career as an art teacher
at North Western Junior/Senior High School
where she would later become head of the
school's art department.
Completing his tour of duty Warner returned
home, graduated with a B. S. Degree in
Chemistry and began teaching Chemistry at his
former alma mater, New Stanton High School.
They began their family. In 1964 the World's
Fair was held in New York City. Warner, Sylvia
and their toddler son, Warner, Jr. were able to go
on their first family vacation. While enjoying
the adventures of the World's Fair from his
father's Long Island home, Warner applied for and
was hired as a chemist for the world's largest
pharmaceutical company, E. R. Squibb & Sons.
He resigned from his teaching position on the
spot and for the next twenty years rose through
the ranks as a Pharmaceutical Investigations
Quality Assurance Expert.


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Singletons

(Continued From B-6) 4.

Warner traveled throughout the United States, ....
Europe and South American. After the births of
daughters Pamela and Yvonne, Sylvia went back to .
teaching. She became the first Black and female in. :
the State of New Jersey to serve as Personnel
Assistant and Personnel Director.
Retiring from the pharmaceutical profession,
Warner returned to the Education profession as a i -
teacher of Chemistry, Biology and Physics. He also
graduated from Kean University of New Jersey with
a Masters Degree in Education with Certification in -.
Bilingual Studies. .

Coming Home
The Singletons returned to their place of birth in
1999 after retiring from careers that spanned over
three decades in Somerset, New Jersey. Warner and
Sylvia Singleton's humble abode as they refer to it %:.
sits high upon a bank overlooking a forested vale -'.
along the Pottsburg Creek.,
It was Warner's father, the late Charlie "Hoss" ;-
Singleton- the Song Writer Extraordinaire who :... .
years earlier purchased this wooded track of land to
Park area of the Singleton's Homestead.
build a summer cottage. As it was fated Nellie and
Charlie Singleton's only child Warner cleared this parcel. It would be Warner and his childhood sweetheart and lifetime bride, Sylvia Skinner
Singleton who built the home of theirs and their ancestors dreams.
Sylvia decorated the home with a combination of fine oriental and modern furnishings and art pieces. She utilized her artis abilities to design
all of the floral arrangements including artificial and live plants. Striking flowers and copious painting styles compliment all ooms. The spacious
home features rooms within rooms such as in the area known as the Owner's Suite (Master Bedroom) with four columns leading to the sitting room.
The Owner's Bath area is equipped with the amenities of a Grecian Spa.
Sylvia designed this expansive area as an offset of eliminating clutter from the gorgeous Owner's Suite. Full size his and her closets on both
sides of the bath suite allow the Singletons to be fully dressed when leaving the area. A Jacuzzi is the central point of the enormous bath suite. The
toilet and a super sized shower are set-aside in distinctive enclosures.
The entertainment area of the home is as much of a comfort spot as their swimming pool on a sweltering summer evening. Posh reclininW
leather theatre seats with consoles for beverages and snacks make the vast theatre room a gathering place for family and guests. TV monitors show
scenes from around the house. Four separate doors, from as many rooms provide access to the pool and patio.
An adjoining media room can easily be described as Warner's office/playroom that carries him straight to the swimming pool. His instruments,
two alto saxophones, a clarinet, flute, and keyboard are displayed in this room along with a curio filled with his model corvette collection. The one
that he drives for the fun of it is in the garage. A wall in the media room displays the posters and music awards of Warner's father Charlie "Hoss"
Singleton. Singleton's 1955 song, "Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean" was his first million-dollar seller. "Strangers in the Night" written for
the movie of the same title in 1966 was one of Singleton's biggest hits with over eight million copies sold at last count.
The view from outside the home is as captivating as the one on the inside. The beautifully landscaped property shows the front of the house
set on a knoll that gradually slopes 12 feet as the ground pans into a field thickly blanketed with a backdrop of prime magnolias in bloom, palms,
pines and live oaks. Sylvia and Warner both share responsibilities for the potted plants as well as the seasonal flowers and shrubs that are in bloom
year round. Hibiscus, geraniums, climbing honeysuckle, irises, and trellised roses are among the flowering plants that add a brilliant array of nat-
ural color to the lush lawn and field.

Vignettes
Growing up Sylvia had to take piano lessons. She regretted the grueling task of learning the notes and moving her fingers over the ivory and
onyx keys. Sylvia didn't get far before convincing her parents to stop throwing their money away on weekly piano lessons. Today she regrets not
having seen the opportunity she had been afforded and taken her piano lessons more seriously; now Sylvia encourages her granddaughters in their
zest to play the piano. Sylvia is accomplished in the lost needlework art of crocheting. Apolished mahogany abstract placiue that she created promi-
nently hangs from a wall in the media room.
Sylvia's grandfather, Dr. Joseph P. Miller patented and manufactured Dr. Miller's Headache Powder that was popular throughout the South.
Sylvia's goal is to find out more about her grandfather's practice in Jacksonville. For his contributions he is listed in the 1926 Who's Who Section
of. the Negro Blue Book.


Singletons: Vignettes continued on B-8


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Singletons: Vignettes

(Continued From B-7)


A serene scene from the massive Owner's Suite.


Summers of Warner's boyhood were spent learning to
swim at the old swimming pool at Moncrief Springs and .
oon American Beach. When the new Jefferson Street
(renamed the Julius Guinyard Swimming Pool in 2005)
open early in the 1950s, Warner and his friend Robert .
Powell were in the first group of lifeguards for the first
city operated swimming pool for Blacks. TOP FRAME: A blend of traditional furnishings. mixed with oriental designs
Their swimming instructor Mrs. Harrington who depicts the dining room's elegance. BOTTOM FRAME: The spacious kitchen
owned a summer home on American Beach also brought and the adjoining breakfast room is where the family enjoys a quicksnack.
the swimming team to the beach for more rigorous training in the ocean. When the state opened the beach at the southern point of Little Talbot
Island, Warner and Robert Powell passed the test-and became one ofthe first three lifeguards for the Colored Beach..

Rest and Relaxation
Since building their home Warner and Sylvia continue travels with their daughters, Pamela aid Yvonne and their two granddaughters.
Warner's positions in pharmacy carried him to countries around the world. Now the Singletons crisscross the continental United States on all bor-


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ders and the interior. They have returned just this week from a cruise to Alaska with the
Stanton Class of 1956. They are philanthropists supporting such organizations as the
Durkeeville Historical Society, the United Way of Northeast Florida and many others.
Socially Warner is an active member of the FLA-JAX and Sylvia is an affiliate of the
Moles, a national organization.
Sunday find them worshiping at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church where Warner is
Eucharistic Minister. Warner Singleton is CEO of WARSING Music, Inc., a publishing
company that he founded to secure, publish and renew all the copyrights of his father's
music. Sylvia is the Corporation's Business Manager and Book Keeper. The Singleton
family contribute valuable time to non-profit groups sharing the music and the story
behind the music of the genius, Charlie "Hoss" Singleton.,
The Florida Star is privileged to have taken its readers on this virtual tour, At Home
With the Singletons.


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Mama Yaa from Louisville,
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Port Ro\al Mayor Sam
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WEALTHAND HEALTH
By Marian Wright Edelman

In a country where thirteen million children live in poverty
and nine million children are uninsured, most of them in
working families, money determines a lot about the circum-
stances that affect children's health. Health shouldn't depend
on wealth, but far too often it does.
For a child, wealth might determine whether or not your
parents can afford to pick up the phone and take you to the
doctor every time you're sick--or whether they may end up
putting off care so long that a routine illness lands you in the
emergency room. Even if your family has some health cov-
erage, wealth might determine if you can go to the dentist when you have a toothache,
get glasses when you can't see the blackboard, or talk to a mental health professional
when your family is facing a crisis-or whether those things are just "frills."

Wealth might determine whether you live in a home with clean air--or whether you live
in a home where you're exposed to peeling lead paint, or insects, rodent droppings, dust,
and mold that aggravate your asthma, and whether you spend eight hours every school
day in an old, run-down building that has the same problems. It might also determine
whether your family can afford fresh fruits and vegetables, or relies mainly on less
expensive, less healthy packaged and fast food.

Wealth might determine whether your family lives in a neighborhood with green play-
grounds and parks-or whether you live next to a treatment plant or power lines, in a
neighborhood with no place to run and play. Wealth might also determine whether you
live in a neighborhood where you're not allowed to play outside at all, and where you're
more likely to be a victim of gun violence.

In the wealthiest nation on earth, the fact that we still can't promise a healthy start to all
children is shameful. I first learned lessons about race and health as a little girl growing
up in the segregated South in Bennettsville, South Carolina. I remember when little
Johnny Harrington, who lived three houses down from my church parsonage, stepped
on and died from a nail because his grandmother had no doctor to advise her and no
money to pay for health care. I also remember the migrant family who collided with a
truck on the highway near my home, and the ambulance driver who refused to take them
to the hospital because they were Black. And-I remember when my classmate Henry
Munnerlyn broke his neck when he jumped off the bridge into the town creek because
only White children were allowed in the town sw imming pool. I later heard that the
creek where Blacks swam and fished was the hospital sewage outlet. Martin Luther
King once said of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shock-
ing and inhumane. Forty years later, Black children are almost twice as likely and
Latino children are almost three times as likely as White children to be uninsured. It's
unacceptable that access to health care and to safe, clean places to live and play are still
separate and unequal for so many Americans.

Hurricane Katrina ripped the blinders off many different kinds of contemporary
American injustice, including health care. When people are able to survive a massive
hurricane but may not survive an asthma or panic attack in its wake because they don't
have access to health and mental health care, it's a problem. Some people may think
this doesn't affect their family. But when the average health insurance premium for a
family of four costs $11,000 a year, and when half of all bankruptcies in this country are
related to health care costs, that's not necessarily true. And some people may think our
nationjust can't afford to cover its nine million uninsured children. But the recent round
of $1.9 trillion in tax cuts, when fully in effect, will give the richest one percent of all
.tax payers $57 billion each year. That's more than twice as much as would be needed to
provide health coverage to all nine million uninsured children for a whole year. We also
spend almost six billion dollars every month on the war in Iraq. Less than four months
of this spending would also pay for health coverage for every uninsured child in this
country.

The fact that our nation doesn't yet guarantee all its children a healthy start is a problem
for all of us. But it is a problem that we-as a nation-can afford to fix.

Marian fr-ight Edelman is President and Founder of the Children's Defense Fund and
its Action Council whose Leave No Child Behind(r) mission is to ensure every child a
Healthy Start, a HeadStart, a Fair Start, a Safe Start, and a Moral Start in life and suc-
cessfulpassage to adulthood with the help of caring families and communities.


Let my people ...go

BY ESTER DAVIS

UPI RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY

I was more than slightly amused while standing in line this week at the grocery
store, overhearing a young driver who had just bought his first car. He still had his
first car passion, but the enthusiasm that parallels the passion was sliding downhill.
As soon as he turned of age, he got his license. Then he started saving his money
for a car. He spent an entire year riding the bus to work at night and studying on
the bus. He finally gets his car, and gas is too expensive for him to drive it. He
rehired the services of the bus again, puzzled over the barrel of crude oil cost.

The next time you pull into one of the nation's 200,000-plus gas stations, ponder a
moment about the transportation fuel playing field. This exercise may not ease
your toothache pain at the pump. It did not work for me, but I thought you might
find some comfort or solace in the following multitude of factors affecting the myr-
iad of direct and indirect costs connected to each dollar. I am sure you will let me
know.

For the sake of conversation only, take a dollar. Look at it. Imagine it in pieces.

Ten cents of each gallon sold goes to the gasoline company. Let's say the next 10
cents is federal taxes. (Note: Federal tax is actually 18.4 percent, but I want to keep
this simple.) Distribution and marketing account for about 11 cents. This is a very
interesting and vague category. Distribution is transportation of the gasoline. The
transportation cost is passed to the consumer. And so is marketing of the brand.
What earthly sense does it make to market a brand of gasoline, in the United States
in 2006, when it's all the same price? And basically the same gas. So, we can cut
marketing.

Refining is about 10 cents of each dollar of gasoline. So now we're down t '59
cents, which is the cost of the crude oil.

To take this point even further, and being cognizant of the imminent forces that are
impacting the price of gas (war, troops overseas, etc.), the oil company builds in a
ready reserve for lost and or damaged tankers and the cost of the pipeline to trans-
port oil from Alaska to the lower states and other locales. Why not end this war?

Hold on, not done yet. Finally, each service station adds a few more pennies per
gallon to make a profit. Of course, we know that the days ofthe "free" car wash
are over, Mr. Goodwrench died, and nobody who works there now has directions.
So, the "service" stations can be cut back to basics. '

People could "go" farther if some of these strings were cut from the dollar. Indeed,
the transportation fuel playing field could be leveled. Can taxes be lowered? Or,
better still, what are incentives for a "tax break" on my gas?

Bottom line- the crude oil cost is only part of the problem.



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Dawn C. Lawrence Earns D.D.S.


Dawn C. Lawrence of
Jacksonville recently
accepted her Doctor of
Dental Surgery degree from
the University of Maryland,
College of Medicine in
Baltimore.
Extending well-wishes
and congratulations during
the ceremony were family
and friends.
Dr. Lawrence will begin
a one-year General Practice
Residency at East Carolina
University Brody School of
Medicine Department of
Family Medicine in.


Greenville, N.C. on June 30.
Upon attending a dinner
reception in her honor at the
Lord Baltimore Radisson
Hotel given by her parents,
Reg and Mazie Lawrence,
Dr. Lawrence thanked and
credited several attendees
for her success.
These individuals
included Mrs. Gloria Jones
of Jacksonville, Mr. and,
Mrs. Arto Woods of
Baltimore, and Mr. and Mrs.
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She also thanked several


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PUBLIC NOTICE
City Council Meeting Start Time

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

1. Call to order
2. Invocation and pledge of allegiance
3. Roll call of the Council Members
4. Approval of the minutes of previous meetings
5. Communications from the Mayor
6. Other miscellaneous communications and presentations
7. Quasi-Judicial actions
8. Consent agenda
9. Action upon resolutions on third reading
10. Action upon ordinances on third reading
11. Comments from the public
12. Action on resolutions, emergency action
13. Action on ordinances, emergency action
14. Scheduled 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 (90.4) 630-1404 for additional information.


Jacksonville dentists for
their guidance and support
during her matriculation
including Dr. Ivan Smith,
Dr. Alisia Smith, Dr. Joseph
Smith, Dr. Chester Akin
(gave her sets of sample
dentures her first year) and
Dr. Orin Mitchell.
Dr. Lawrence, a 1997
graduate of Stanton College
Preparatory High School
and Howard University,
chose the the University of
Maryland because of its
international reputation as
one of the premiere dental
schools in the United States,
and its legacy as being the
first Dental College in the
world being established and
chartered in 1720.
Her 2006 Graduation
Class was cited by
University officials as the
first class in the College of
Dentistry's eloquent history
that represented the vast cul-
tural diversity of America
and its students.
The faculty was
impressed at how all of the
candidates worked well
together and displayed a
genuine care and respect for
one another.
While attending BCDS,
Dr. Lawrence was consid-
ered a leader in the school's
Student national Dental
Association, comprised pri-
marily of minority students.
Her role in this associa-


tion pro% ided an opportunity
for her to travel throughout
the country attending
National Dental Association
Con% entions and to sene on
Capitol Hill as Student-
Ambassador of the Universe
and SNDA.
The organization also
sponsored and participated
in community health fairs in
Baltimore's inner-city,
teaching inner-city residents
proper dental care and pro-
viding free dental kits for
proper dental maintenance.
The SNDA received
wide acclaim from
Baltimore residents.
Prisoners Of Christ
To Hold Annual
Crime Prevention
Prayer Breakfast
The Prisoners of Christ
IPOC) will host its 16th
Annual Crime Prevention
Prayer Breakfast
Wednesday. June 7. 7:27
a.m., at the W'vndham
Jacksonville Riverwalk
Hotel.
Several business leaders,
elected officials, clergy and
friends of the ministry will
be in attendance. Men from
the ministry, who are going
through their transition, will
tell their stories.
POC is a faith-based
ministry located in
Jacksonville providing re-
entry transitional sen ices.
including housing, for men
coming out of incarceration.
mainly Florida prisons. For
the past 16 years the min-
istry has helped nearly 1,800
men coming out of prison to
turn their lives around
instead of returning to crime
or incarceration.


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\VINN-DIXIE 3\3 SUPER CHALLENGE-The region's top
soccer teams will compete head-to-head, kicking off for
National Diar Month on Saturday. June 3 (9:00a m -4.00
p.m.i and SundaN. June 4 9 00 a.m -4 00 p.m.) at Davis Park
Soccer Fields. 2445 Palm Valley Rd in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Nearly 170 teams of boys and girls ages six and older from as
far a%\ay as Key West and Sarasota, FL and Savannah, GA will
participate Teams \ ill be placed in divisions according to
age and abilin and w ill compete to advance to national cham-
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invlted to come meet someone special on June 27, 6:30 p.m. at
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5TH ANNUAL RIVER RALLY CHARITY POKER RUN-
The 2006 Jacksonville Fire and Police River Rally Chanty
Poker Run will be held June S-11 at Metropolitan Park. on
Saturday. June 10 at 9.30 a m Whataburger and Tony Boselli
will kick off the e\ent for the day by taking Austin Taylor, The
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's honored patient, and his
family for a boat ride The Poker Run begins immediately fol-
lowing at 10:00 a.m. Boats from from all over the southeast-'
em United States will be in Jacksonville for the ultimate game
of chance. Each boater \will navigate an approximately 150
charted course on the St John's River and pick up a playing
card at designated areas along the route. Casino tables will be
set up Saturday night for a chance as CASH first prize. There
will also be a live auction of items provided by River Rally
Sponsors To participate you may register on-line by visiting
the web site at www\.jaxriverrallypokerrun.com or at the event
site up to and including the day of the event on June 10.
AUTHOR. NUTRITIONAL EXPERT NIAKES JACK-
SONVILLE APPEARANCE- Connie Evers. M.S. R.D.,
encourages kids to play with their food, not only to make meals
more fun, but also to instill healthy eating habits among young-
sters The award-winning author and kids' nutrition authority
will be in Jacksonville on Thursday. June 8. to promote the
2006 Produce for Kids't' (PFK) campaign with a personal
appearance and cooking demonstration at the Publix Super
Market located at Julington Village E\ers, a parent of three
and author of Hov to Teach Nutrition to Kids (Publisher 24
Carrot Press), will be at the Publix Super Market at Julington
Village. 450 SR 13, Jacksonville, at 3 p.m. June 8. creating fun,
colorful meals and snacks that kids will enjoy preparing as well
as eating. The cooking demonstration is free and open to the
public
GALA PLANNING MEETING-Current class leaders of Old
Stanton. Stanton Vocational, New Stanton and faculty and staff
of that era will meet Monday. June 5 at 6:30 p m. in conference
room, second floor of Bethel Baptist Institutional Church (First
Street entrance) to discuss plans for the first "Annual Gala".
For more information contact Kenneth Reddick at 764-8795.


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BLACK BIKE RIDERS WEEK IN ATLANTIC AND MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.


Jacksonville, Florida is recognized at Black Bike Week in South Carolina. Photo-FM Powell


Florida A & M students and residents of Myrtle Beach, volunteers. Photo-FM Powell


The cost was $10 each to get into Atlantic Beach Festival (Black Bike Week). The founding fathers of the Atlantic Beach Memorial Day Bike Festival have
watched the event grow. It started more than twenty years ago and has expanded from a weekend event with a few hundred to a weeklong celebration draw-
ing crowds of over 300,000. The event has spilled into Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach and other areas of The Grand Strand. Some say it is a family affair
with many activities. Others complain that the festival is marked by lewd behavior. There are bikes drag racing in the streets and loud music. Originally,
the motorcycle clubs would meet, mix and mingle. They eat chicken, they dance and work for hours to win trophies for contests from the best looking motor-
cycle to the best outfit. Membership in most clubs range from 21,up. This year, there were riders from California to New York to Florida. Some rode their
bikes, some towed their bikes and all enjoyed the gatherings. The founders said it really does not matter what type of bike the bikers ride, as long as they
ride with respect. Those who had never attended Black Bike Week before, pledged to return. The founders wanted to focus on motorcycle riders but the
city wanted to get involved, and they did. Atlanta Beach and Myrtle Beach take pride in Black Bike Weekend.

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While Memorial Day is a day to honor veterans that are no longer with us, there are many other activ-
ities that allow us to remember our past.

The Kuumba Festival is held annually during Memorial Day weekend. It allows us to honor our dead,
remember our past and relive our African culture.

The Kuumba Festival parade was led by the Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge, the Most Ancient
and Honorable Fraternity Free and Accepted Masons, PHA, Florida & Belize, Central America
Jurisdiction, Inc.

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GREENSBORO, N.C. Junior Chris Hargrett ran third in the
men's 100 meter dash final here Saturday in the 2006 NCAA East
Region Track and Field Championships, likely clinching a spot in
the NCAA Outdoor Nationals in two weeks.
Hargrett, a junior from Orlando's Dr. Phillips High School,
clocked a 10.23 in the 100 meter final, finishing behind Clemson's
Travis Padgett, who won in 10.00 and Florida State's Walter Dix,
who finished second in 10.12.
The Rattler sprinting phenom ran fifth in the 200 meters
(20.78), bettering his 21.03 time in Friday's preliminaries.
Hargrett ran anchor on the FAMU 4x100 meter relay team
(LaJarvis Cook, Ernell Cook, Todd Brigman, Hargrett), which fin-
ished seventh at 40.69. Florida State's quartet won the event in
39.03.
Senior Jermond Smith competed Saturday in the men's triple
jump, finishing 14th overall with a leap of 15.09 meters (49 feet, 6
1/4 inches).
Overall, the Rattlers scored 12 points in the NCAA East Region
Championship to finish 13th out of 48 teams competing.


Jermond Smith


Former NFL Runningback Dies

ATLANTA Former Saturday after a 1 1/2-year
NFL fullback Craig fight with a recurring brain
"Ironhead" Heyward died tumor, his son's high school


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appearance since his father, sons in the NFL with New
Earl. died May 3. Woods Orleans, Chicago, Atlanta,
pia ed a round at Winged St. Louis and Indianapolis
Foot on Saturday, an indi- The former University of
cation he will be back there Pittsburgh. All-American
June 15-18 for the U.S. rushed for a career-high
Open. 1,083 yards for the Falcons
"Ob\iously, you have in 1995.
to drive the ball great at "I got a call at 4:30 or 5
U.S. Opens. You can't win that he had passed away,"
a U.S. Open driving the said, Blair Armstrong. who
Tiger Woods ball poorly Woods h said. coached Heyward's son.
"Work on my driving and Cameron. at Peachtree
really work on my irons, distance control." Ridge High School. "He was
Still coping with the death of his father, Woods decided in a hospice when he died,
Friday, May 26, to skip the Memorial Tournament for the but I don't know which one."
first time, meaning he will be coming off the longest layoff Armstrong said he often
in his career when he goes to the U.S. Open. talked to Heyward when he
For the last 10 years, the Memorial has always counted came to see his son play.
on having two of the biggest names in golf-- Woods,'a three- "He wasn't real mobile,
time winner at Muirfield Village, and tournament host.Jack but he'd been rehabbing. He
Nicklaus. thought he might walk
Nicklaus did not entei for the first time since the tourna- again. But once he lost his
ment began 30 years ago. He said last year he was ending his hearing and his sight, his
competitive career in the British Open at St. Andrews, where organs started shutting
he missed the cut. down. Other problems were
Aside from the four major championships, the only tour- just developing."
naments \Voods has never missed are the Bay Hill Born in Passaic, N.J., in
Invitational, The Players Championship, the NEC 1966. the 5-foot-11 fullback
Invitational and the Tour Championship. ran for 4,301 yards in his
The Memorial is one of the premier events on the PGA NFL career and had 1,559
Tour, created in 1976 with Nicklaus as the host and the yards receiving.
Masters as somewhat of a blueprint. Nicklaus is often tinker- Heyward was one of the
ing with the course, caddies where white coveralls, there are biggest running backs in
no volunteers carrm ing scoreboards with each group and the NCAA Division I-A history,
staff at the club wears green jackets. with a weight estimated at
While at the Alotian Club, Woods puton a demonstration 260 to 285 pounds, but fin-
for the children and took questions onl\ from audience ished third in Pitt career
members, not reporters. rushing with 3,086 yards.
Woods spoke of his father a few times while addressing He trailed only Tony Dorsett
the crowd, including at the end, when he was asked what (6,526 yards) and Curvin
advice he had for his young fans. Richards' 3,192 yards.
"I think the greatest advice is to care and share," Woods Heyward's 1,791 yards in
said. "My dad was so adamant about that line. He said if you 1987, counting a bowl
care about something, you'll share it. And if you love life, game, rank second only to
you'll share life. I love kids and I'll share with them whatev- Dorsett's 2,150 yards in
er I have." 1976 for a Pitt single season.
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Venus Williams used to be No. 1, but injuries have limited her play in recent years, and
Monday's match in the first round at the French Open was only her 10th of 2006 (she's
7-3).


Williams ar.beat Sybille Bammer of Austria 6-4, 6-3
in the first round on May 29. Now she's ranked 13th,
seeded 1lth.


In my head, I'm always feeling at the top, for sure,"
Williams said, adding that it's not fun "seeing your rank-
ing going down, down, down."
She won Wimbledon last year for her fifth career
Grand Slam title, but she missed time this season with an
elbow injury. She says she's finally feeling healthy and
hoping to be back at the top of the game soon.
"My thoughts are, 'Life is good, I'm happy,'" Williams Venus Williams and Florida
said. "I've been so blessed with a great career. I relative- Star Social Columnist Betty
ly have nothing to look back on with regret. I feel like Asque Davis. (FILE PHOTO)
I've learned from my losses, will hopefully learn from my wins. The whole thing is staying
healthy. That's the name of the game for me."
Serena, is skipping the French Open and Wimbledon because of a chronic left knee
injury, and Williams was asked for an update.
"What I will say is, never count a Williams sister out," she said. "I do know when she's
coming back. I'm not telling."
And for those needing to know more about Serena's plans, Williams had some advice: "If
you want to know, try to get an interview with her, but it will be pretty tough."


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EDITOR'S NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of law. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
Smunity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.


Teen Accused Of

Spiking Rival's Drink


HURST, Texas A teenager accused of spiking a fellow
theater student's drink with bleach because she wanted the
lead role in a school play surrendered to authorities.
Katherine A. Smith, 18, turned herself in Wednesday,
more than a week after a warrant was issued for her arrest.
She was charged with tampering with a consumer product, a
felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison, and was
released on $2,500 bail.
A message left Thursday at Smith's home' seeking com-
ment was not immediately returned.
Smith is accused of putting bleach in Mountain Dew and
then handing the drink to a 15-year-old in February, a day
after the opening of L.D. BellHigh School's production of
"Ha!" -- a trio of one-act comedies. Test results confirmed
that the drink contained components of bleach, according to
police reports.
The 15-year-old noticed the odor and told an assistant
principal, who contacted police. Police said Wednesday that
the investigation took more than three months because of
problems with testing the drink. Smith was placed in an
alternative school after she was questioned in the incident
and did not participate in prom or graduation, said Hurst-
Euless-Bedford district spokeswoman Judy Ramos.

Martin County Deputy Fired

For Filming Girls In Bikinis

STUART, Fla. A Martin County sheriffs review board
found just cause in the. firing of a former deputy who was
relieved of duty for using his patrol car's dashboard-mount-
ed camera to film bikini-clad girls at the beach.
Jack Munsey was fired Jan. 30 after an internal investiga-
tion found his behavior was not' criminal but violated depart-
ment policies. Munsey had sought reinstatement.
The panel took just four minutes Wednesday to determine
his firing was justified.


Woman Allegedly Hits

Two With Raid Can
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 woman.
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..


SIN1TATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO
THE :

ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested
parties respond to the solicitation below by 5:00 p.m., June 23,
2006. Further information is available through Onvia
DemandStar at [(800) 711-1712], or the District's website at
wwwsjrwmd.com. Solicitation packages may be obtained
from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling Leigh M.
Rion, CPPB, Sr. Contracts Administrator at (386) 312-2386.

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NUMBER
SK406FO

ANNUAL SURVEYING SERVICES,

The District is requesting services from professional surveying
and mapping firms currently licensed in the state of Florida for
work located within the District's eighteen counties.

The estimated budget for the first term of this project is
$1,;00,000.



District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:00 a.m.,
July 17, 2006, to evaluate and rank Letters of Interest. Staff's
recommendation will be presented to the Governing Board at
its August 8, 2006, meeting.

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


Your Weekly Horoscope

(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
Sfor 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-
S' 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 advery 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-ivorker.
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 (May 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, and 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
seem more of a
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 inF 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
-- and with both feet
planted firmly on
the ground. The
I- energy is earthy
and structured so you'll be in
your element, but at the
same time you are being
watched, as you iare 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
Scan 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
Sbe 'really hard!
Don't you !agree?
for sure you are! I
kind of suspected
you'd buy into that and' I
admitit 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.
S a git t a r iu s
(November 22 -
December 21)
Verbalize every-
thing you hold
close to your heart now.
Cominunicate 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 speang 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
'slucky 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
know 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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EMPLOYMENT

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5, 12, 19 & 26, 2006 prompt-
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Northeast Florida
Builders Assn.
103 Century 21 Drive, Suite
#100.
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Drummer Needed
New Bethlehem Missionary
Baptist Church
Music Dept: Contact Deacon
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764-7698(h) or 764-5727(ch)

Rooms For Rent
Clean and quiet. Adults pre-
ferred. Call: Cynt, 722-3830


Announcements

Is Stress Ruining Your Relationships? Buy and Read
DIANETICS by L. Ron Hub6ard Call (813)872-0722 or
send $8.00 to Dianetics, 3102 N. Habana Ave., Tampa FI.
33607.


Auctions


Estate Auction, 114+/- acres-divided; Prime Bulloch
County RE. Saturday, June 17, 10 a.m. Great homesites &.
" qu,4 .irijnpoi er inial RIoiuell \,,n.. -... ba' Ibo1":1 -' '188
. t ,", RP (jM' P I.- li IIcll F11 I',,dll' Ih Pl,,.l ll.
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*Automotive

$500 Police Impounds, Cars from $500! TaxRepos, US
Marshal and IRS sales! Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyota's.
Honda's, Chevy's and more! For listings Call (800)425-
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Building Materials


METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$ Buy Direct From Mlanu-
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Business Opportunities

ALLCASHCANDYROUTE ) ..... Ijn, Iii ..', 1
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Financial


IlomeOwners! BAD CREDIT PLEASE APPLY! BK's.
late mortgage payments, Fico scores to 475! 24-hour
approvals. NO Payments until Julyl st. FL Licensed
Mortgage Broker. Meridian Capital (800)424-0888.


Help\\ united


THERAPISTS WANTED- LICENSED SLPS ifi Mi-
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To place an ad:
CALL:
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FAX:
(904) 765-1673


Want to purchase minerals and
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Send details to:
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"A Family Community"
During June 2006 we are
offering a SPECIAL DEAL
UTILITIES ARE ON USI
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
NEAR SCHOOLS SHOPPING
+ PARKS, CHURCHES HOSPI-
TALS CLINICS
Restrictions Apply
Palm Terrace Apartments
4813 Moncrlef Road
Jax., FL. 32209
Ph#: (904) 766-7256
Fax #: (904) 766-3239
Email: palmterl@bellsouth.net


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(sew in)
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Sales

$400.000 +/vr How Good Are You? Retiring Million
Marketer seeks TWO sales professionals to teach my
business to. Top producers currently ai '.r ..c. ,,. ;Ji K
per month. PLEASE.. serious inquiries only. Goji Intl,
LLC. Cominission/lBonuses (800)605-8675.


Hunting


HUNT ELK, Red Stag, Buffalo. Whitetail, Fallow-
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Instruction

HEAVYEQUIPMENTOPERATORTRAINING O)R
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Legal Services

DI\ OR('E '?-i..35"ir( 0% ER; ]ll]IJ.,:r. riL unl.,. n -
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Lots & Acreage

lMI'LTI-PROPERT\ AlT TION Iln.ri.: i. 1.ml
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Manufactured Homes

I'lMH M(iHOMHOILS lo,,.n,,-1 M...:lnirat i. LQ I,
TION SALE' Call for E color rochures! (800)622-'
2832.

Miscellaneous

I IL NID COLLEGE ONLIM; IN' I..r,i *Medical,
Bi.iz:in '_.. .'1 f.,I'g; ,I kl' f.'. ,iri c *.," 1 llnlrln .l It-LL ch l h '
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qualified. Call (866)858-2121
www.OnlineTridewaterTech.con.

WOLFF TANNING BEDS Buy Direct and Save! Full'
Body units from $22 a month! FREE Color Catalog CALL
TODAY! (800)842-1305 www.np etsan.com.


RealEstate


TENNESSEE GRAND OPENING! Swan Ridge Lake
Resort, private, gatcdcommunity with both lake-view and
mountain-vicwhomesites. Lots startingat $29,900. CALL
TODAY! (931)243-4871
www.swanridaedevelopment,.om.

BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA. ESCAPE TO BEAUTI-
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(800)841-5868.

BENT TREE Golfand Tennis. Gated Community in the
North Georgia Mountains with Clubhouse, Pools, Lake.
Stables. Homes aid Lots available. Craft, Inc. (800)822-
1966 .rafltrealestate,.com.

North Carolina Cool Mountain Air, Views & Streams.
Homes, Cabins &Acreage. FREE BROCIHURE(800)642-
5333. Realty Of Murphy 317 Peachtree St. Murphy, N.C.
28906. vww realtyofmurphv com

6.24 Acres! Excellent Investment Opportunity Prop-
erty. 1-95 & Hwy 17, First Exit in Florida. Joins 95 Ramp,
15 minutes JAX Intemational. 1.6m obo (904)321-2679.


Mortgage Brokers/ loan officers/ branch managers-
ready to take the next step in your mortgage career?
www.GE:'90P FIRCFNT.com.

EUFAULA,AL WATERFRONT 1/2 to 3'acres fromithe
40's. Gated withPlanned clubhouse, docks, and boat ramp.
2 hours from Atlanta & the coast. Rolling terrain, beautiful
hardwoods. (866)882-1107.

I..AKEFRONT PARCELS FOR SALE Gorgeous
lakefrontand view lots.Awesome views. On46K acre Lake
Barkley, 90 min to Nashville. Great for 2nd/retirement
home. 1 to 40+ acres from the $40s. Call (866)339-4966.

TN-CUMBERLAND PLATEA l I to 5 acre parcels from
the $40's. Amazing rolling vista views. Close to parks &
lakes. Planned clubhouse, nature trails. Call for appt.
(866)292-5769.

VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres with frontage on very large
pristine creek, very private, excellent fishing, canoeing,
good access, near New River Trail State Park, $39,500..
Owner(866)789-8535 www.mnountainsofVA,com.

1st YEARS PAYMENTS ARE ON US!* Dockable
I. ik,.Ir..ni L.i Ir..-. I JL'.'II I+ lAcre LakeAccess Lots
l L, or ni l' ( ;, 1Ill.11: I *.r. I .II ,.,,1[, :' I-,_ ,. II ,',i,". .\ll l tii
N ext jilabilc .h,-. 1 ..n ,,tire i I, : _il1Ji i ill Ii'
your appointment NOW! (877)426-2326 X. 1344..*Some
I I ru.,n, .Iprnl. r Qualified buyers only. Rates and tennis
subject to change w!o notice. Offer void where prohibited
by law.

Lakefront and Lakeview Prupte ri ikd I.. l.,: hII.
of Tennesseeon the shores .i 'p;-n.1r.: ..r; Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty at (423)626-5820 ,Or .visit


WNC Mountains3.84 Acres wi view andhardwood trees.
('.,r I p t.i-,l 2n 1 i in n iie d. h ,'i Thisone won't
last call today .(h lliC.'*- L2189 or
www.riverbdndlakelure com.

I F.I NNISIt NORRI, I AKIl., M( l I I 11 I1 1Ii
OF TENNESSEE LAKES with 800 miles ofishoreline.
Waterview and waterfront lots from $49,000. Boat docks
n j.,il.bi,. 1 'V,- ,4 n r .,i r,, S ,n..ci. n.,.'Realty


('onllsal mllllheasf G )org' in l.I-..r : .' -.-.J-.l l:r .. :'
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\www.cooperspoint.com.

Western NewMe.ico Private 74 AcreRanch $129,990 Mt.
views, trees, rulli, hill. pastureland. wildlife, borders
BLM. Pnilu i ., I| Li ,,. .n l-, n jih .u, r, i ,l .LlI.,1 l.
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BANK FORECLOSURES! Homes from $10.000! 1-3
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must sell! For listings call (800)425-1620 ext.4237.

Steel Buildings

ALL STEEL BUILDING SALE! "Plus Free Bonus!"
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HUBBARD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
INVITATION TO BID

Hubbard Construction Company invites all DBE's to bid
the following Jacksonville Transportation Authority project
on June 15, 2006:

Soutel, Phase I (1-295 to New Kings Road)
Bid No. 06-037

Work consists of hauling, dewatering, PVC pipe, utility
work, erosion control, clearing and grubbing, base and
paving material, storm drainage, concrete flatwork, grass-
ing,.signs pavement markings, bridge work, force main
and water trans. main, signalization, fencing and concrete
curb and gutter.

Plans and special provisions are available for review at
our Orlando and Jacksonville offices. Please submit your
proposal in written form on or before Wednesday, June
15th to 1936 Lee Road,,Winter Park, FL 32789. Phone:
407-645-5500, Fax: 407-623-3865 or 5154 Edwards St.,
Jacksonville, FL 32254, Phone: 904-695-0220, Fax: 904-
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Andre' B. Murray Honored As Burbank Business Partner of The


Year!


By Rych McCain
feedbackrych@sbcglob-
al.net

BUSINESS PART-
NER OF THE YEAR is
one of the highest and
most prestigious honors
to receive in the City of
Burbank, California. It
is proudly presented at
the Annual State Of The
Schools Breakfast, host-
ed by The Burbank
Business Partners and
the Burbank Chamber
Of Commerce. It is only
proper and fitting that
this column and its
author take the moment
to shine the spotlight on
our own photographer
and recipient of the
2006 Burbank Partner
of The Year Award,
Andre' B. Murray and
his photography compa-
ny The "Bern" Agency.
The Burbank,
California public school
system is ranked as one
of the best in the nation
due in part to the sup-
port that it receives from
the business community
in Burbank. The local
businesses supply what
the schools need to sup-
plement budget limita-
tions. Murray participat-
ed in the partner's


Photos 02006 by Bianca A. Murray/www.bernagency.photoreflect.com

"Principal For A Day,"
event where he served for
one day as an honorary
principle for the
Magnolia Park School.
This school handles so-
called "special needs,"
children. Murray enlight-
ened the students to the
fundamentals of photog- :1
raphy and returned two
weeks later with cameras C O
for every student. The
children took pictures 3
and were shown how to 0 C
develop them using O
Adobe Photoshop soft-
ware on computers. The
results were fantastic! 2
Murray is a regular (D t
photographer to the A (D

the Burbank Chamber of 0 O
Commerce Mixers and 0
other civic and social Z =
events. He has been (
voted the Best
Photographer in Burbank
via the Best of Burbank ... -
annual campaign for the -
last three years in a row O
and counting. He also
maintains his commercial
assignments .as well as
keeping pace with the
super time demanding,
unpredictable schedule of
Rych McCain
Media/Syndication
Column related events.
Murray cont'd on D-5!


Wh s u In Holh o IO


By Rych McCain


Legal Business:
Famed Dog
Whisperer, Cesar Millan
is currently being sued for
five million dollars by his
original publicist,
Makeda Smith, of
Jazzmyne Public
Relations and her partner,
Foster Corder, of
Daughters 2 Feed Films;
for copyright infringe-
ment, breach of contract


and breach of confidential
relationship. The National
Geographic Channel,
MPHEntertainment, Inc.,
and Emery/Sumner
Productions, LLC are also
defendants named in the
complaint.
The bottom line here is
that Smith took in Millan
when he was an unknown
"nobody." Together with
her partner Corder, they
shot a TV pilot and coined
Millan "The Dog


Whisperer," as well as
building his brand as such.
After Millan gain a rep,
particularly after an
appearance on "The Oprah
Winfrey Show," he took
the ungrateful liberty to
negotiate the terms of a
new show with the
National Geographic
Channel called "The Dog
Whisperer," without Smith
and Corder. The new show
is substantially similar to
and in violation of the


copyright owned by
Corder and Smith in their
Pilot. "The Dog
Whisperer," now in its
second season, has
become the flagship for
the National Geographic
Channel, having been
extended from a one-half
hour show to a full one
Whassup continued on D-8


TV Listings
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PAX ( 12 2 Farm Bureau Rose Lee A. Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program
PBS () 8 5 GED Connect. GED Connect. GED Connect. Clifford-Red Dragon Tales Big Big World Joy of Painting Victory Garden Woodwright Yankee.Shop Hometime (CC) Garden Home
TBN ( 13 59 Kids Like You Circle Square Flying House Cherub Wings TheReppies BJs Teddy Bear Faithville (El) Colby's Ctub. Dooley-Pals McGeeand Me Pahappahooey Knock Knock
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ESPN 48 34 SportsCenter (CC) SportsCenter (CC) SportsCenter (CC) SportsCenter (CC) SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
FAM 43 23 Paid Program IPaid Program Digimon-Digital Dragon Booster Power Rangers ITo Be Announced
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LIFE 18 28 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Piogram Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Captive Hearts 12005) (CC)
NICK 42 41 ChalkZone iCCi Rugrais iCCi All Grown Up OddParents Jimmy Neutron Jimmy Neutron SpongeBob SpongeBob OddParents OddParents The Xs i CC, Danny Phantom
SPIKE 61 37 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Three Stooges Three Stooges World's Most Amazing Videos Trucks! 0 (CC) ITrucksl 0 (CC)
TBS 17 18 Saved by Bell Saved by Bell Saved by Bell Saved by Bell The Day My Parents Ran Away (19'3 C.;.med, lair Bro:wn CCI Air America (19901 Mel Gibson, Roben Downey Jr. (CC)
TNT 46 17 The Lost World 6a ICCI ** Mortal Kombal (1r'95 Robin Shoiu. ,Lindn Ailhby 'CC' I Know What You Did Last Summer i197 .ieinrniler Lc.vei Hewt I ** Disturbing Behavior 119981
USA 64 25 Coach a iCCi Coach a, iCCi Paid Program Paid Program IPaid Program ISexy Abs Monk iC ":*** Gremlins 198-4. Fanlasy) Zacn Galligan. Phoebe Calei (CC)

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ABC 15i 5 10 Proud Family That's-Raven NBA Access With Ahmad PGA Tour Special (J iCc I American Soccer's Greatest WNBA Basketball Los rAnglei Spsris at re 'frk Liberry (CC)
CBS 7li 6 9 Playing by Heart 11 'J981 lljan Arlderi,:,n Angelina J,:.le Rodeo PRCA Cnui. Oi u PGA Golf Me uri.Lnal T.urnim-nr .. Tnrrd orund Fri:.m Muirnlrird Viil.age Goll Club in Dublin. Ohio (CCI
FOX 01 10 13 Paid Program Week-Baseball MLB Baseball r.n Fr,-i-:.::i ~~ioiii 31 rJ.i v 'i.: ru"l: Fr,,rnm Sili] irlun. in Filuh i in. l, ( CC MLB Postgame Paid Program Frasier i ICC) jFrasier (i (CC)
IND I4' 3 4 Paid Program Bring Wall St PaidProgram jBringWall St Paia Program Paid Program Paid Program JBrngWall St M'A'S M 'A'S'H ICC) ER "Lov s Labor Lost at (CC)
NBC 12 11 12 Tennis French Open -- Men's and Women's Third Round From Panrs, (Same-day Tape) 0 (CC) Arena Football Conference Championship -- Teams TBA (S Live) (CC)
PAX ( 112 2 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program IPaid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program
PBS 71i k 8 5 This Old House This Old House Antiques Roadshow 11I i (IL:C Find! l EC.'C Daisy Cooks' Real Simple e America's Tsi Everyday Food Barbecue Univ. Jacques Pepin Barbecue Amrc
TBN 1i 1 13 59 Wild & Wacky Miss Charity Bibleman fEll jDavey-Goliath Greatest Heroes of the Bible (El K 10 C Ell Kirk Cameron Christian World Greg Laurie Praise the Lord (CCI
WB (17 9 7 ** K2 (1992, Advenur ) Mi,:h-al BR~nn Main Crmn i, *a Light It Up It Lp Dramai U ;n Radynli:ron F,'rc Whilal.:e It 8MM (1'99j. Suspensel Nicolas Cage. Josquin Phoenix i
COM 65 43 Blue Collar TV ** Happy, Texas (19991 Jerem', hari stei,e Zahn. iC.-i I* Ringmaster i'984j Jerry Springer. .ialir. Preislv ICC) Ron White: They Call Me Tater Salad 1CC)
DISN 22 16 American Drgn |Emperor New *** The Parent Trapi199P Comed, Lirnd'ay, Lc.ear, Dennis Qiiaid iCCi American Drgn Kim Possible Kim Possible Emperor New Buzz-Maggie
ESPN 48 34 College Softball NCAA ToTuirnrrieni Game r: Te. i Tm, TBA Fron OkAr.l icrrCl City I CC. .C College Softball .jC,4A Turnirrinri Game ~ .. Teairn. TBA From OHahoma Ci/y (CC ISportsCenter Live) (CC)
FAM 43 23 Full House CCll Full House CCI [Full House iCCi Full House CCi I She Gels What She Wanis (202J Comel/ FPiper Per.abo ICC I* Summer Catch 1001:1 Freddie Pnnze Jr., Jessica Biel. (CCI
HBO 2 201 ** Million Dollar Baby (2004) Clni Eastwc'C d Kicking & Screaming i2C'C'i Will Ferrell Ro.ober Du-.all I ICC |* Batman & Robin |1997. Action Am4old Schwarenegger 6 (CC) jOcean's Twelve
LIFE 18 28 Captive Hearts r20051 ICCI Officer Down (200F. Suspense) Sherilvn Fenn. Jerry Kioll iCCi Her Deadly Rival 119i'51 Harry Hamrri Annie Ports. ICCI (DVSj ** Sex. Lies & Obsession (2001)
NICK .42 41 Danny Phantom Catscratch IAvatar-Last Air Avatar-Last Air Nicktoons TV NNicktoons TV Nicktoons TV NNiccoons TV Nicktoons TV Just for Kicks IDrake & Josh
SPIKE 61 37 Horsepower TV MuscleCar I)Xtreme 4x4 i6 Trucks! r) iCC I ** Never Say Die i19951 Fr3n .la.drnno Billy Dragj Premiere io MXC l MXC a. Sniper 3 (2004) Tom Berenger.
TBS 17 18 ** Air America Lost & Found 11999 Rormance-Coamedvi David Spade S:phie Ma.~rd-au. ICCI ** Road Trip 120r:.i. Comedy, Tmrn Green, BreRcKin Meyer (CCI Son-inLaw (993) Pauly Shore.
TNT 46 17 ** Disturbing Behavior 1199R% j*** The Matrix 11999 S.:iene Fi,-.ion) Ke~riu Reeves Ljuren:e Fris-5hri.e (CC. I *** The Matrix Reloaded 12003 S'ience Fiction) Keanu Reeves. Laurence Flshbume.
USA 64 25 ** Jeepers Creepers 2 (200) Horror) Ray Wise Premiere ICCI j** Final Destination (20,: Hirrorl Devi'n S3wa Ai LarTer (CCj i** Fear (199 Suspernsei Mark Wanlterg. Reese Wilherspoon (CC)

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CBS @i, 6 9 News CBS News Prosperity Raymond NUMB3RS IlTV/ i ICC Without a Trace 6i (CC) 48 Hours Mystery CC) News Raymond
FOX 30 10 13 '70s Show '70s Show Seinfeld 0 Hurricane Cops (N) ICops (CC) America's Most Wanted News (CC) News (CC) Mad TV 0 (CC)
IND t 1 3 4 News The Insider Griffith Griffith Alias "A Free Agent" a CSI: Crime Scn News News Da Vinci's Inquest (CC)
NBC f12' 11 12 News (CC) NBC News Fortune Jeopardy! Dateline NBC ia (CCI Law & Order: SVU Law Order: Cl News (CC) Sat. Night
PAX 12 i 12 2 Morris Cerullo Helpline Gaither Gospel Hour ia Apocalypse. End Terror Peak (2003 Suspensei Lynda Carter (~ Time Life Paid Prog.
PBS 1,1 8 5 Lawrence Welk Show Auction Encore
TBN ( 13 59 Praise the Lord (CC) The Coral Ridge Hour In Touch (CC) Carl Baugh New Life Billy Graham Classic Thru History Travel Road
WB i 7 9 7 ** 8MM I My Wife Will-Grace Will-Grace Pepper Dennis iN) (CC) What I Like Twins ICC) Smaliville -Jinx" i (CCI Star Trek: Enterprise a1
COM i 65 43 Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie (20031 (CC) Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again (2004) (CC) Ron White: Fix Stupid White-Tater
DISN ,22 16 Life Derek [Suite Life Montana ISo Raven -Toothless 119971 Kirstie Alley, Dale Midkitf (CC' IPhil Life Derek ISuite Life So Raven
ESPN 48 34 SportsCenter (Live) (CC) College Softball NCAA Tournameril Game 9 Teams TBA (CC) lCollege Softball NCAA Tournament Game 10 -- Teams TBA. (CC)
FAM i 43 23 ** Love Don't Cost a Thing (2003) NicK Cannon ** Cruel Intentions (1999) Sarah Michelle Gellar I* Whatever It Takes 12000) Shane West. (CC)
HBO 1 2 201 ** Ocean's Twelve (2004) George Clooney. a ** Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith (20051 (CCI ICountdown Countdown Sopranos
LIFE '18 28 Sex, Lies & Obsession The Only Witness (2003) Knsly Swanson. (CCI Fatal Trust (20061 Carol Alt, Army Jo Johnson. ICC) Ties That Bind (2006)
NICK 142 41 School jZoey 101 OddParents ISpongeBob School IDrake All That a' IAmanda Fresh Pr. IRoseanne Roseanne ICosby
SPIKE I 61 37 Sniper 3 (2004 1 0 Most Amazing Videos Carpocalypse (N) Disorderly Con. The Ultimate Fighter "i TNA iMPACT! 41 (CC)
TBS 17 18 Son-in-Law 11993) (CC) MLB Baseball Arizona Diamondbarks al Ailania Braves (Suoleclt a Blackout) I* Rush Hour 2 (2001) (PA) Jackie Chan. (CC)
TNT 146 17 ** Torque (2004) Martin Henderson Premiere. (CC) Pregame INBA Basketball: Wesiern Conference Final Game 6 -- Mavericks at Suns linsde NBA
USA 64 25 Bring It On Again t2004) Anne Judson-Yager. (CC) Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU ILaw & Order: SVU ILaw Order: Cl


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ABC 5 5 10 Paid Program Ebert & Roeper Good Morning Jacksonville (CC) Good Morning America (CC) The Coral Ridge Hour (CC) Celebration This Week With George Paid Program
CBS 4i7 6 9 Connection People-Church Wayman Chap. Refuge Temple Shiloh Baptist [Celebration CBS News Sunday Morning 0 (CC) Face the Nation Paid Program Paid Program
FOX (Hi 10 13 Church-Christ JAME Church Time for Hope Awakening Cornerstone (CC) New Life Chrst, Evangi Temple Side Baptist Paid Program Bring Wall St Paid Program
IND ( 3 4 In Touch (CC) The Morning how (CC) Dimensions Faith Christian Pet Keeping Safari Tracks Paid Program Paid Program
NBC 12 11 12 Paid Program Bethel Baptist Flight 29 Down Endurance First Baptist Church Service Meet the Press (CC) Lakewood Ch. First Baptist Church Special New Homes
PAX 02 12 2 Amazing Facts Christians-Jews David Jeremiah Day-Discovery In Touch a (CC) Paid Program Schneider Eye Paid Program Church-Christ Paid Program Paid Program
PBS (1 8 5 Read. Rainbow Big Comfy Bob the Builder Clifford's-Days Dragon Tales Big Big World Arthur 0 (El) Maya & Miguel Expedition Flor Capitol Update Wild Chronicles Week-Review
TBN 113 59 McClendon Reading-Way Rod Parsley (CC) Central Messg James Merritt New Life David Jeremiah Kenneth Hagin Ed Young Sr. The Coral Ridge Hour (CC)
WB (O1 9 7 Midnight Cry Bring Wall St North Jacksonville Baptist Believer Voice Jesse Duplantis First Baptist Animal Atlas Paid Program Paid Program Ultimate Choice Ultimate Choice
COM 65 43 Paid Program Paid Program Kathleen Madigan Com.-Presents Ringmaster (19981 Jerr Spnngrr Jame Pre;sly (CC ** Happy, Texas 119991 JBrem y tlorlharm (CC)
DISN 22 16 Bear in House The Koala JoJo's Circus Higglytown Little Einsteins Doodlebops Mickey Mouse Charlie & Lola The Wiggles Lilo & Stitch 6 [Lilo & Stitch t IBuzz-Maggie
ESPN 48 34 SportsCenter SportsCenter (CC) SportsCenter (CC) NBA Matchup SportsCenter Outside Lines Sports Reportrs SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
FAM 43 23 Paid Program Amazing Facts Digimon-Digital Dragon Booster IA TO.M (CCi A.T.O M. (CC) Gel Ed (CC) Kong-Series Power Rangers Super Robol [Power Rangers W.I.TC.H. (CC)
HBO 2 201 Star Wars-Sith Pandemic-AIDS SuperBabies Baby Geniuses 2 12?'.41ni i CCi First Daughter |2004] 'sieP Holmes i' ICC I Major League II ir94g) Charile Sheen, Tom Berrnger. 6< CC)
LIFE 18 28 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Robert Schuiler. Hour of Power Paid Program Paid Program Will & Grace 6, Will & Grace f ** Sex, Love and Lies 12004)
NICK 42 41 ChalkZone (CC) Rugrats (CC) All Grown Up OddParents Jimmy Neutron Jimmy Neutron SpongeBob SpongeBob OddParents OddParents The X's 0 (CC) Danny Phantom
SPIKE 61 37 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Three Stooges Three Stooges Horsepower TV Horsepowero TV MuscleCar 6
TBS 17 18 **. Jerry Maguire Irlis6 Tomc Ciuie A An altacI ot:or.cenjie-nC:rhanqe an LA sports 3,ent lie *** Save the Last Dance 2001, Dramal Julia Sil" ic, C) ** Never Been Kissed (19991
TNT 46 17 Get Carter l2,.00. Suspensel Sylviler 'lall-ne iCO, (DVil) ** Reindeer Games I0''jOi Bh erArtif Gary Sinsie (CC) DVS) ** Out of Time (2003) Denzel Washinglon. Eva Mendes (CCI
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ABC 0 5 10 Paid Program Paid Program PaidProgram PaidProgram Paid Program ]The Drive to Germany IndyCar Racing Akin- Glen Indy Grand Prix (Live) (CC)
CBS Pa 6 9 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Talkin'Golf PGA Golf Memorial Tournament -- Final Round From Muirfield %',l i,?. I,.:ilf Club in Dublin. Ohio. ILive) (CC)
FOX 01 10 13 ** Phantoms s198, Horror, peier O'T',ole R,:.r Mi:Go.ran ** The SiMth Man 'I17 's Marion Waan. Kadeem mHanlon ** Playing by Heart f 19l Grillan Anderson. AnLeiria Joliie.
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NBC @ 11 12 Tennis French Open -- Men's and Women's Third Round From Paris. (Same-day Tape) 6 (CC) Arena Football Conference Championship Teams TBA (S Live) (CC)
PAX B 12 2 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program [Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program [Journey Paid Program |Paid Program
PBS 1 '8 5 Ethical Market Tony Brown Wild R;ver: The Colorado iCC) Great Lodges, National Parks Great Lodges, National Parks Great Lodges, National Parks Greal Lodges Nalional Parks
TBN 11 13 59 Love Worth Finding ICC) Bishop Evans Ill Is Written Bayless Conley IPaula White King Is Coming IBishop P Cornerstone iCCi Bayless Conley IGregory Dickow
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COM 65 43 Happy, Texas ** Planes, Trains and Aulomobiles i9837i levele Marlin ICC I Com.-Presents Com.-Presents Ringmaster 1 i,j .JTrry e.prinqer J',me 'rrslCy iC') Blue Collar
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SPIKE 61 37 Xtreme 4x4 i Trucks! (CC) Carpocalypse I Trucksl I r .CC World's Most Amazing Videos World's Most Amazing Videos JWorlds Most Amazing Videos Amazing Video
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PAX 21 12 2 Lie Detector 6 Cold Turkey 0 (El) IThe Ponderosa f (CC) Doc ft (CC) It's a Miracle A (CC) Live From Liberty 6
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TBN 9| 13 59 Jakes Meyer By Force Hayford Joel Osteen IAuthority Believers IChanging Praise the Lord (CC)
WB 17 9 7 TimeKill Girlfriends Reba iCCi Reba ICC) Charmed i, (CC) [Charmed 0t iCC,, ISmallviile "Spell' CC I Sar Trek: Enterprise 4t
COM 65 43 Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again (2004) Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road 12006; Premiere Blue Collar Comedy Tour
DISN 22 16 Life Derek [Suite Life Montana [So Raven ** Beethoven 11992, Comedv) Charles Grodin ICC) Phil Life Derek Suite Life [So Raven
ESPN '48 34 SportsCenter (Li\ e) (CC) Baseball Tonight (Li.-,'i MLB Baseball Lo Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Cleveland Indians (Live) (CC) SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
FAM 43 23 *** Grease (1978, Musicali John Travolla (CCI Falcon Beach 12005) Steve Bears Premiere ICCI Falcon Beach (2005. Drama. Steve Byers. (CC)
HBO 2 201 ** First Daughter (2004; Katie Holmes. 6 (CCi Entourage [Entourage The Sopranos Kaisha' Big Love (Ni (CCI ** The Perfect Man 6t
LIFE 18 28 A Job to Kill For 120061 The Unsaid (2001. Suspernsei Andy Garcia. ICC) A Stranger at the Door (20041 Linia Purl (CCI Medium C, (CC
NICK 42 41 Drake School Romeo! (I ) Unfabulous JZoey 101 ILet's Just Full House ]Fresh Pr. Hi-Jinks ,, [Roseanne Roseanne [Cosby
SPIKE 61 37 Videos Most Amazing Videos [*** Top Gun (19.6. Adventure) Tom Cruise. Kellv McGilIIs t' Out of Reach (2004. Action Steven Seagal f`
TBS :17 18 ** Never Been Kissed (1999) Drew Barrymore ICC) Runaway Bride (1999) Julia Roberts. Richard Gere. CCI ** Runaway Bride (1999) ICC)
TNT 46 17 Exit Wounds (20011 Steven Seagal. DMX (CC) *** The Fifth Element (1997) Bruce Willis, Gary Olrman. (CC) ** The Fifth Element (1997) (CC)
USA 64 25 The 4400 Hidden' (CC.) JThe 4400 "Lockdown" IThe 4400 (CC) JThe 4400 (CC) IThe 4400 (N) (CC) Law & Order: SVU


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Beyonce To Celebrate 25th Birthday With New Solo Album


Multi-Platinum Grammy-
Winning Artist's Second Solo
Album Slated For US Release
On Tuesday, September 5, 2006

Music World Music/Sony
Urban Music/Columbia
Records will release B'Day, the
much-anticipated new solo
album from Beyonce, on
Tuesday, September 5.
The pop music superstar's
sophomore studio album pre-
mieres all new music co-pro-
duced, written and arranged by
Beyonce. "Deja Vu," the
album's first single, features
guest artist Jay-Z with co-pro-
duction by Rodney Jerkins.
Beyonce's co-producers on
B'Day include Rich.Harrison,
The Neptunes, and Swizz
Beatz.
Beyonce's new album is the
artist's first full-length solo
work since her number one
multi-platinum 2003 solo
debut, "Dangerously In Love,"
which earned her five 2004
Grammy Awards including
Best .Contemporary R&B
Album and Best R&B Song
("Crazy In Love"). With her
five-in-one-year. Grammy win,
Beyonce tied the record for the
most Grammys to be won in a
single year by a female artist,
"Dangerously In- Love" and
"Crazy In Love" made chart
history when both" album and
single simultaneously hit num-
ber one in the U.S. and the UK
(which hadn't happened since
1983). Beyonce toured for the
first time as a solo artist in 2003
in support of "Dangerously In
Love," which has sold more
than 11 million records world-
wide.
Beyonce finished work on her
new studio album three weeks
after the wrap of her upcoming
film, "Dreamgirls," slated to
open nationwide on December
22, 2006. The film version of
the smash Broadway musical --


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loosely based on the R&B-to-
pop crossover saga of The
Supremes -- is directed by Bill
Condon ("Gods & Monsters,"
"Kinsey") and stars Beyonce
Knowles, Jamie Foxx, Eddie
Murphy, and Danny Glover.
"Dreamgirls" and its sound-
track featuring Beyonce are
among this year's most avidly-
awaited holiday events. The
"Dreamgirls" soundtrack is
Beyonce's first joint venture
with Sony Urban
Music/Columbia Records
under the Music World Music
umbrella.
Beyonce made her acting debut
in 2001 in the made-for-televi-
sion production "MTV's Hip
Hopera: Carmen." In 2002, she
co-starred as "Foxxy
Cleopatra" opposite Mike
Myers in "Austin Powers In
Goldmember."
2003 saw Beyonce appearing
with Cuba Gooding Jr. in the
gospel-music inspired family
film, "The Fighting
Temptations."


Wednesday
9 p.m. on
ABC (9M
SHLost: With
Walt still
missing and
the raft gone,
M Michael ,
SSawyer and
Jin (Harold
Perrineau, Josh Holloway,
Daniel Dae Kim) confront a
new predator as they try to
stay alive in the ocean. Back
on the island, Locke (Terry
O'Quinn) goes into the hatch
to find a fellow castaway
who's gone inside and disap-
peared.


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This author personally
wonders what time does
this man sleep? What was
it like to win this award?
Murray answers, "Like I
told a lot of people, it
sneaked up on me. I liter-
S ally did not see it coming,
even though I have put in
a lot of work in this town.
I was ecstatic!"
Yumiko Whitaker,
Public Relations Director
for the Burbank IKEA
Stores, was.also presented
with the Partner of the
Year Award. What did it
mean to her? Whitaker
responded, "It means an
opportunity to bring to
culmination everything
that we've been doing in
the community. We kind
of quietly, behind the
scenes, go about doing
what we're doing and so


it's nice to get a thank
you every once in a
while."
The State of The
Schools Breakfast was
Chaired by Lucy
Burghdorf. Lisa Rawlins
serves as Chair of the
Burbank Business
Partners. The Keynote
Address was delivered by
Dr. Gregory Bowman,
Superintendent of the
Burbank Unified School
District. Ted Bunch,
President of the Burbank
Board of Education, pre-
sented the awards and
Rob Balmer of the Hilton
Burbank Airport &
Convention Center gave
the Partner's Perspective.
When asked to assess
the significance of busi-
ness assisting with the
needs of the schools, Dr.
Bowman responded,
"This (Burbank) is a


community that supports
its schools. You don't
need to have a million
bucks or be a big corpo-
ration, butl what you do
need to have is a heart,
and you have to be able
to say, I want to give back
to the community and
help young people to do
all that they can do." The
Burbank Business
Partners link with; and
support of the Burbank
school district is an
excellent model for
school districts every-
where, especially where
funds are limited and
being cut.
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year-old daughter, Bianca
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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 1i:.,
"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 r- "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. 6/3, 12 p.m. Hell
T IT,-. n Harlem Movie
(1973) starring Fred
Williamson, Gloria
Hendry, Julius Harris, and
Margaret Avery. Black
Godfather is back and
there's gonna be Hell up in
Harlem. A gangster in
Harlem must rescue his
ex-wife, who has been
kidnapped by the Mafia.
*Sat. 6/3, 2 p.m. That
Man Bolt Movie (1973)
with Fred Williamson,
Teresa Graves. To take a
briefcase from Hong


Kong to Mexico City, via
Los Angeles, is it neces-
sary to call on that man -
Bolt? With the number of
dangerous spies and gang-
sters who are after that
briefcase, maybe Lincoln
Bolt is not enough.
*Sat. 6/3, 4 p.m. New
Jack City Movie (1991)
with Wesley Snipes, Allen
Payne, Ice-T, Chris Rock,
Mario Van Peebles, and
Christopher Williams. Van
Peebles stars in and makes
his directorial debut with
this explosive action-
adventure. Set in the mid-
1980s, it is an urban tale
of the rise and fall of a
Scarface-like drug lord,
Nino Brown (Snipes), and
the two mismatched, mav-
erick ex-cops who infil-
trate his organization.
Desperate to bring down
his multi-million dollar
cocaine empire, they senid
Pookie (Rock), a former
street hustler and rehabili-


tated crack addict, into
Nino's drug factory as an
undercover spy. When the
plan misfires, the cops
must face -Nino and his
henchman in. a bloody
showdown.
*Sat. 6/3, 6 p.m. -
Slaughter's Big Rip Off -
Movie (1973) with Jim
Brown, Ed McMahon,
Brock Peters, Gloria
Hendry, Dick Anthony
Williams. The mob put the
finger on Slaughter...so he
gave them the finger right
back--curled tight around
a trigger!
*Sun. 6/4, 3 p.m. Johnnie
Mae Gibson: FBI Movie
(1986) starring Lynn
Whitfield, Howard E.
Rollins, Jr. Johnnie Mae
Gibson, the first African-
American female FBI
agent to work undercover,
is forced into the danger-
ous crime underworld. A
critical mistake almost
costs her career as well as


her life.
*Sun. 6/4, 8 p.m. & Mon.
6/5, 1 p.m. The
Organization -Movie
(1971) with Sidney
Poitier, Barbara McNair,
Ron O'Neal, Berni6-
Hamilton, Raul Julia.
After a group of young
revolutionaries break into
a company's corporate
headquarters and steal
$5,000,000 worth of hero-
in to keep it off the street,
they call on San Francisco
Police Lieutenant Virgil
Tibbs for assistance. Tibbs
is understandably reticent
about helping the radics. -
since they broke a number
of laws (despite a good
cause), but when the
group is also accused of a
murder it didn't commit,
Tibbs decides to go along,
but without the police
department's knowledge.
*Sun. 6/4, 11 p.m. -
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Whassup continued from D-1
hour show, aring in prime
time. On a personal note,
Makeda Smith has been
one of my special PR peo-
ple for several years and I
love her dearly. She is one
of the few Hollywood pub-
licists who goes out of her
way to break new and
unknown talent. I say kick
/ that behind girlfriend.
Charity Event:
The fourth annual
Pamper Me Pink fundrais-
ing event will take place
Sunday, June 4, 2006 at the
Viceroy Hotel in Santa
Monica, California. This
annual fundraiser is held in
honor of children who suf-


fer from IBD and their
mothers who provide con-
stant care and support.
Concentrated efforts are to
raise funds supporting the
Pediatric Inflammatory
Bowel Disease Center and
continue to raise awareness
of this debilitating disease.
All profits from Pamper
Me Pink directly benefit
the day-to-day operations
of the Pediatric IBD Center
at Cedars-Sinai Medical
Center in Los Angeles.
Celebrities to attend
include former Trading
Spaces host Paige Davis,
Fit TV's Nancy Sexton
and Passions soap star
Daphnee Duplaix, among


others. Recording artist
Michael Shapiro will per-
form a special acoustic set.
Movies:
X-Men III The Last
Stand; Twentieth Century
Fox Films In Association
With MARVEL ENTER-
TAINMENT. Starring
Hugh Jackman, Halle
Berry, lan McKellen,
Anna Paquin, Kelsey
Grammer, James
Marsden, Rebecca
Romijn, Shawn Ashmore,
Aaron Stanford, Vinnie
Jones, Dania Ramirez and
Patrick Stewart. Directed
by Brett Ratner, written by
Simon Kinberg & Zak
Penn. Produced by
Lauren Shuler Donner,
Ralph Winter and Avi


AradL
Of course, this is a high
budget flick with plenty of
dazzling special effects and
gravity defying, physical
stunts but the story line is
not coming from the best
political angle. The basic
premise is that scientists
have come up with a so-
called cure for the mutants.
This divides the mutant
community. Some are for it
and some against it. Like
most situations where so-
called "minority" groups
are involved, the two sides
are manipulated into fight-
ing each other. Sounds
familiar doesn't it? The
manipulators i.e., govern-
ment with the use of the
military try to control both


sides when all hell breaks
loose.
Naturally, this is a no
brainer, requiring little or
no thought. The popular
mutants beat the crap out
of the'lesser know ones
and all is saved. It is an
entertaining ride and just
might give you something
fruitless to talk about when
you stop for a bite to eat on
the way home from the
theater.
Hit me up at feedback-
rych@sbcglobal.net. I'd
like to thank those of you
who have responded. It is
appreciated.
Maat-Hotep!
Rych


The Insider
Tonight


Pa~ge D-8/June 3, 2006


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