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University of Florida
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SUNDAY AT THE BASEBALL GROUNDS
Solantic Kids Run the Bases-
All kids are invited onto the field to run around the bases following all Sunday
games, weather permitting.


Kids' Giveaways!
Every Sunday, kids will get a special
Wristbands, Replica Jerseys and more!


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Does It Begin/End?


Tyrone Lewis
Possible Gang Target
'JAICKSONVILLE, FL:
- Lionel Tate was 12-
years-old when he was
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Antonio L. Charles
Bank Robbery Suspect
murder and sentenced to
life in prison. He became
the youngest person in
America to receive a life


I Terrance Brown
Bank Robbery Suspect
sentence. At 17-years-of-
age, he had a new trial
and was able to return to
freedom. Now two ears


Suspect Identified And Warrant Issued

In Norwood Flea Market Shooting
;JACKSONVILLE. FL It was five days before Christmas 2005 when shoppers ati
the Norwood Flea Market heard shots and learned that Johnny Er in Matthews, 27,
had been shot about nine times to various parts of his body. Aiso shot was Frederick
Kenned) Jones, 25.
The onl, description given was that the suspect was a black, light skinned male,
Swearing cameo fatigues. 'Matthews said he did not recognize the shooter but a video
of the suspected shooter was provided the police department and the press.
Now. more than six months later, it has been disclosed that the suspected shooter
: as 22-year-old Allen Lanard McGriff. 6'3, 150 pounds.
S I i: An arrest warrant has been issued for Attempted Murder and bond has been set at
$50,003.00. McGriff's previous arrest record included a breach of peace in June 2003
and burglary in December 2003.
The Sheriffs office is asking for your support in locating MlcGriff on this attempt-
Allen McGriff ed murder case. .

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named the law after Martin Lee Anderson, the 14-year-oldwho was beaten and suffo- ,
cated at a camp in Bay County, Florida. The beating was on tape and aired around the
country. The parents were originally told that their son had died of Sickle Cell trait.
They did not accept the story and requested an investigation which brought about
national attention. All boot camps have ceased in Florida and is being replaced
through the Martin Lee Anderson Act, with Training and Respect Academies. Shown
from left: Rev. RB Holmes, Robert Anderson, Gov. Jeb Bush, attorney Daryl Parks,
attorney Ben Crump, Gina Jones. (Photo by Vaughn Wilson)


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The War Between Black Children
And The World In Which They Live
By Phillip Jackson

g i Many Black children and stu-
dents are "DC" or out of control.
Many of these out of control
youths swear, fight, vandalize,
challenge authority and exhibit
other overly-aggressive beha-t
iors. In cities across America,
too many Black children have
little respect for authority and
Phillip Jno-fear of consequences for their
hilli Jacsn actions. They won't listen to
well-meaning adults in their communities and they
don't respond to positive guidance. They do not fear
or respect clergy, teachers, their parents or even the
.police. In some schools in the United States, the
daily classroom environment is a war zone with the
possibility of crippling violence between the chil-
dren themselves and the world in which they operate.
In Chicago, a study by the Advancement Project
entitled "Education on Lockdown: The Schoolhouse
to Jailhouse Track" reports that in the public school
system of 434,419 students, 29,700 students were
suspended in the 2002-2003 school year and possibly
up to 3,000 students were expelled in the 2003-2004
school ,'ear. But both of these figures pale in com-
parison to a reported 8,539 youths arrested in 2003.
These arrests included about seventy 7-, 8- and 9-
year olds; hundreds of pre-teens; and thousands of
14- to. 16- year olds. While Black students constitute
50% of the student enrollment, they comprised 76%
of the suspensions; 78% of the expulsions and 77%
of those arrested, which were mostly young Black
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TO BE EQUAL
Averting A Repeat of Katrina
Marc H. Morial
President and Chief Executive National Urban League


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.


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-
tioning the interlocking


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
their own, in major peril.
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hurricane-prone areas from
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FLORIDA STAR


'Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of-Events and Services-

GOSPEL CONCERT-A
Gospel Concert honoring
the late Bishop William A.
White, Jr. will be held
Saturday, June 17, 6:00 ....
p.m. at Genesis Baptist
Church located at 241 S. .
McDuff Ave. (Rev. Nelson "
Turpin, Pastor). Program :.
participants include :,!
Malachi of Atlanta, GA., '
The Fabulous White
Singers (Bishop White's ,'
Children) and many local The Late Bishop
groups and singers. A cor- William A. White, Jr.
dial invitation is extended to the public to attend this
event in memory of a great gospel singer and religious
leader who departed in March 2004.
RECOGNITION SERVICE-On Sunday, June 11, at
11:00 a.m., the officers and members of New
Bethlehem Baptist Church, Inc. will honor the service
and community works of ten dedicated members. Join
them as they pay tribute to Sister Yvonne Brooks,
Sister Elizabeth Jenkins, Sister Darlene Dawson Jones,
S Sister Elizabeth Manning, Brother Curtis Richardson,
Sister Judy Smith, Sister Lavera Smith, Brother
Lawrence Starling, Brother Luther Thomas and Sister
Rosemary Butler Thornton. Rev. Martae Telfair Smith
will deliver the message. Deacons Rufus English of
First Corinth BC and Nathaniel Tolliver of NBBC will
conduct devotion. 'Deacon Clarence Smith, Sister
Deloris Armstrong and the Choirs of NBBC will pro-
vide songs of praises. Councilwoman Glorious
Johnson will make special presentations. Sister
Delores Mainor Woods is the Chairperson. Rev. Joe
Calhoun is Pastor Emeritus. The church is located at
1824 Prospect Street (off Lem Turner Road.)
2006 SERIOUS PRAISE-The public is invited to
attend the free 2006 Serious Praise Services scheduled
for June 28, 3:45 p.m., at the Father's House
Conference Center, 1820 Monument Rd. (Building 2).
The service, sponsored by Sword and Shield Kingdom
Outreach Ministry, Rev. Mattie W. Freeman,
Founder/Pastor, features the Prais-cisers under the
direction of Ms. Kenshela Williams. Dr. Varonica
.Troup is the speaker.
LIVE CD AND DVD RECORDING-A' live CD and'
DVD recording to promote and benefit Autism
Awareness and a: Scholarship Fuind will be held,
Saturday. June 24, 6:00 p.m. at The Potter's House,


Use simple words to tell children
that the death has happened. "When
someone dies, it means their body can
no longer work. Their heart stops work-
ing and they can't, breathe anymore."
None of the parts of the body work,
they can't hear, see, smell, talk or move,
Avoid words like "left us", "gone away"
or "passed on". The child may think the
person is onla trip and will return. Do.
not hold out any hope for return.
Tell how the death happened. Use
the medical terms, cancer, heart attack,
to help differentiate between everyday
sickness and diseases that cause death.
Reassure that all their feelings are nor-
mal. Encourage your child, to express
,their thoughts through words, drawings,
and play. Let the child know that adults
have these feelings too and that people
who are grieving the same loss often
react very differently.
Tell where the body has been taken
and what will be done. with the body.


(Funeral customs, .'ake;s isitiionsi.
Give information about who will take
care of them. Children have three basic
questions,
Did I cause this illness or death to
happen? Will this eventually happen to
me? Who will take care of me now?
Help kids understand that they are not
all powerful. If they say, "I wish you
'. ere dead' ~t n i'nt going ,r, cone true.
Trytonmjiirln theitrroulLi- js much as
possible Tihe need ho Io 'l securee n
their homes., nd routine helps Don:
hide yaer lear- Lei tihin kno', this i a
sad time and il'~ perfecti:, noirnal to
cry.
Help them understand that things
will get better. They may grieve one.
minute and play the next.
A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY, INC..
"OurAim Is Not to Equal, But Excel"'
5660 Moncnef Rd.*
Tel: 768-0507
www.ABColeman.com


5119 Normandy Blvd. A variety of guest artists will
include Judith Christie McAllister, Sheila Clayton
Christie, Yolonda Stovers, Beth Martelli, Tim Jackson,
Merry Tomlison Bartley, and Ray Whitley. Dr. Julie
Buckley from Pediatric Partners of Ponte Vedra will
discuss the DAN! (Defeat Autism Now) approach she
uses to assist in the healing process of children with
Autism and Autistic like symptoms. Delores Callahan
will also discuss the cause and purpose of the LC
Callahan ScholarshipFund.
YOUTH DAY-Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 271. W.
King St., St. Augustine, will observe Youth Day on Sunday,
June 11 at 3:00 p.m. Barry Williams, a St. Johns County
educator, is the speaker. Rev. Randy Hezkiah, 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
Director, Air Warfare Staff of the Chief of Naval Operations,
is the speaker. Rear Admiral Winns previously served as
Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Force, Pacific and
Commander Task Force 32. For tickets contact .Rev.
Richard R. Russ or Sis. Marilyn Russ at (904) 751-6263
prior to June 15.
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.
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
IEATH pastor. The flight will, depart
from FAME International
T ES Airport, 91 Old Kings Rd.
N North, Palm Coast, on
Saturday, June 10.
ALLEN-Calvin J., Jr., died Passengers will board the
June 1, 2006. gate at 4:30 p.m., and take-
AUSTIN-Shasmeen, infant, off from the runway will be
died May 30, 2006 5 p.m. For tickets, call the
BOGER-Estella, died May church at (386) 446-5759, or
28, 2006. Chairwoman Delores
BOYD-Catherine D. Boyd; Hamilton, (386) 447-0462.
died June 3, 2006.
dedJune 32006 LIFTING UP THE NAME
BRINKLEY-Frank, died LIFTING UP THENAME
June 3, 200OF JESUS-Donna's Praise
June 3, 2006.
BRUNDAGE Tonjua Dance and Baton Company,
Evette, 42, died n May 31 a. Christian Emphasis
20 06. Company. presented Lifting
COLLINS-Naomi. died Up.TheName OfJesus; their
May 30,2006. first dance recital, on
COLLINS-Raymond, died Saturday, June 3 at 4:00 p.m.
June 2, 2006. at William Marion Raines
GREENE-Mack, died May High School.
31; 2006.
HALL-Milton, died June 3,
2006. Listigs are due the
HARRELL-Annie L., 92, Tuesday before the next
died NMa 30. 2006. issue. Email submissions
HOSE-Elise, 56, died May preferred.: Send to:


26, 2006.
JOHNSON-George, died
June 1, 2006.
JOHNSON-Ledessa, died
Jurie5, 2006.
JOFHNSON-Lloyd E.. died
June 2, 2006.
KE NNEDY Anth on
Jerome. died Mav 30. 2006.
LEN-lS-Babv, Xavier Todd,
died May 31, 2006.
MOORE-Mary J.; 91, died
May 26, 2006.
PICKETT-Susie Mae, died
June 6, 2006.
RANDALL-Ellen H., 91,
died May 30, 2006.
REDDING-Jessie. 66, died
May 30, 2006.
SMART-Patrice, died May
29, 2006.
SMITH-Margaret Capehart,
died June 3, 2006.
ALPHONSO WEST MOR-
TUARY, INC.
STAFFORD-Josephine,
died June 3, 2006.
STUDEMIRE-Bobbie M.,
died May 28, 2006.
TAYLOR-Master
Octavious Devontae, died
June 4, 2006.
WASHINGTON-Willie A.,
died June 2, 2006.
WELLS-Corey D., 27, died
May 28, 2006.
WESCOTT-Dora, 102,
died June 6, 2006.
WILLIAMS-Alford James,
died May 28, 2006.
WILLIAMS-Melrose, died
June 4, 2006.
WING-Ruth C., died June
2, 2006. 4


The Church Directory

"Come an'd 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.lm.
Sunday School Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor Emeritus: Rev. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-5727 Church
(904) 768-0272 Home


Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Sunday
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Wednesday
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Friday
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor

Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
2036 Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
(904) 354-7249 Church
Bible Power Enrichment Hour
.' Sunday School 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
S(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
a Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
S Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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

MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ died for our sins...was buried and Rose again (see I Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outricjh Ser. ice S:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning w or .hip I 1.1o a m
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Ourreach I 0) p.m
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
International Sunday School.....9:00 a.m. and5:00 p.m. Saturday on WYMM AM 1530
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)

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


Greater Grant Memorial To Honor Graduates

Rev. Tony Hansberry and the Greater Grant Memorial A.M.E. Church family will honor
their 2006 Graduates on Sunday. June 11.
The honorees are:.
Adrienne Council-Ms. Council graduated from the University of Central Florida in
Orlando, FL .She is the daughter of Attorney Craig and Jacque Gibbs. Prior to attending
college and during summer breaks, Adrienne served on the Youth Usher Board and was a
member of the YPD.
Ashley Morgan-Ashley is the daughter of Cornelius and Cheryl Morgan. She graduat-
ed from William NM. Raines High School and has received scholarships from Pepsi Cola and
' the Mid\w eek to attend Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, FL. Ashley's Grade
Point Average was 3.4. 'She was 19 out of 267 students at Raines. Ashley started singing
,ii the Angel Choir and continued singing in the Youth Choir as a soloist.
SEddie Diamond, Jr.-Eddie says he loves sports, sports, and more sports. He played
football at Samuel Wolfson High School and was a member of the Junior-Senior Alliance.
Eddie will continue his education at Florida A&M University. He is the son of Faye Baker
Diamond.and Eddie Diamond, Sr. Eddie is a member of the YPD and serves on the Youth
Usher Board.
DeAngelo Porter- DeAngelo is a soloist in the Full Gospel, Youth and Male Choirs at
Grant. He is Past District President of the YPD arid is a member of Boy Scout troop 175. At
First Coast Senior High School, DeAngelo was a member of the Marching Band, Gentleman
of Authority, Kappa League, and served as mentor for Big Brothers-Big Sisters. He is the
son of Antonio and Darlene Porter. "Angelo" plans to attend Florida A&M University and
participate in the Marching 100 band.


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Last Friday a throng of well wishers arrived at the
Regency Hyatt for the 2006 EVE Awards Luncheon
with joyous anticipation. For African Americans on the
First Coast this was a historic EVE Awards Luncheon.
Not only were African American women represented in
each of the EVE categories of Employment, Volunteer
Services and Employment, there were a total of five
African American women among the twelve finalists.
This had not happened since the EVE Award inception
in 1969.
We watched the video presentation with pride and
admiration for: Mrs. Mary Brown, Region III
Superintendent, Duval County Schools who led the pro-
gram initiative for early release days for students
enabling teachers to have 90 minutes bi-weekly for
training and planning resulting in part for 43 percent of
Duval County schools improving their FCAT scores;
Dr. M. Carolyn Girardeau, ED.D, General Director,
Urban Systemic Initiative, Duval County Schools who
led a sweeping program for the nation's 21 cities with
the largest number of school age children living in
poverty to upgrade instruction and student performance
in math, science and technology by turning teachers into
leaders and organized the High Potential Youth
Recognition Program to recognize top African
American students and connect them with area colleges
for scholarships; Mrs. Gloria Simmons, Instructional
Program Support, Duval County Schools who in addi-
tion to providing training programs she goes out to the
schools and gives individual training and monitors the
Individual Education Plan along with doing workshops
on teamwork; Dr. Helen Jackson, PH.D, Community
Nutrition Services, Chief, Duval County Department of
Health, who though her personal goal of beer health
for women of color volunteers with the American Heart
Association, organized the Heart of Women luncheon
using local resources to educate African American
women on cardiovascular.disease, additionally leading
the efforts for a Health Symposium for People for All
Nations affecting 2500 families and at her church she
has worked to reduce cervical cancer among African
American women bringing the ISIS (Intimate Sexuality
Initiative for Sisters) breakfast to Jacksonville; and
Mrs. Carolyn Spooner, Operations Management
Consultant II and Staff Relations Director, Northeast
Florida State Hospital, Macclenny, who recognized that
with the rising costs of gasoline and the need for 24
hour staffing at the hospital, led the initiative to get the
Jacksonville Transit Authority to provide a bus schedule
from three locations creating a win-win for everyone
involved along with caring for her 81 year old father
and serving as the Mayor of Starke, FL.
These Phenomenal Women may not have received
the 'golden apple', oh! but they are indeed winners in
every way. And as we listened to the outstanding mes-
sage of The Honorable Rosemary Barkett. United
States Circuit Judge Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
the awesomeness of these women was reaffirmed.
Congratulations to each of them!!
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Councilwoman Mia Jones, Mrs. Joann Manning and
State Representative Audrey Gibson. (Photo by Betty Asque
Davis.)


Mesdames Lydia Wooden and Tinye Dawkins were at
The Jacksonville Moles EVE Awards Luncheon table
supporting fellow Jacksonville Moles member Dr. Helen
Jackson. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


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At the Jacksonville Moles EVE Awards Luncheon table
were Jacksonville Moles member Mrs. Hilda Myers with
hubby Lou MyerS. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


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Jacksonville Mole members Mesdames Gail Cole
Mathis, Jacquelyn Holmes and Betty Cody. (Photo by Betty
Asque Davis)


Also sharing The Jacksonville Moles EVE Awards
Luncheon table were Jacksonville Moles members
Mesdames Joyce Frink and Michelle Davis Singleton.
(Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


EVE Award Finalist Mrs. Helen Jackson with her hubby
Joseph Jackson and family and friends. Photo by Betty Asque
Davis


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EVE Award Finalist Mrs. Mary Brown with her children
Michael Brown and Ms. Jennifer Brown, a Duval County
principal. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


EVE Award Finalist Dr. Carolyn Girardeau with daughter
Ms. Arnetta Girardeau, Esq. and hubby Dr. Arnett
Girardeau. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


2000 EVE Lifetime Awardee Mrs. Eleanor Gay, second
from left with friends Mesdames Percy Henderson, Gerri
Walker, Myrtle Turner, and Dr. Lois Gibson. (Photo by Betty
Asque Davis)


EVE Award Finalist Mrs. Gloria Simmons with her fami-
ly. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


EVE Award Finalists: Mesdames Mary Brown-
Education; Dr. Helen Jackson-Volunteer; Carolyn
SSponer-Employment; Dr. Carolyn Girardeau-Education;
and Gloria Simmons-Eduatiorg Photo by Betty Asque Davis


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Mrs. Michelle Davis Singleton with EVE Awards
Luncheon Speaker The Honorable Rosemary Barkett.
(Photofy Betty Asque Davis) 4


1998 EVE Lifetime Achievement Awardee Mrs. Eleanor
Ashby and Dr.,Otis Girardeau, D.D.S. following the EVE
Awards event. (Photo by Betty Asque Davis)


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Ritz Chamber Players Perform

In New York For Links Events


African-American Leaders Issue

Call To Action And Declaration

Of Commitment To End AIDS

Epidemic In Black America


Seated left-to-right: Kelly Hall-Tompkins, violin; Kenneth Law, cello and Amadi
Hummings, viola. Standing left-to-right: Terrance Patterson, artistic director (Ritz
Chamber Players); Terrence Wilson, piano; Linda Zango Haley, President of the
Greater New York Chapter of The Links; Gwen Lee, National Vice President of The
Links, Inc.; Joyce Blackmon, Chair of the National Arts Committee, The Links, Inc.;
Margaret Thompson Johnson, Southern Area Director of The Links, Inc.; and Helen
Marshall, Borough President of Queens and a member of The Links.


NEW YORK, N.Y-- The
Links, Incorporated," The
National Arts Committee,
and The Big Apple New
York Links' Council of
Presidents were host to the
renowned Ritz Chamber
Players music ensemble at
several events during
Mother's Day weekend in
celebration of The Links 60
years of public service.
The activities began with
The Ritz Chamber Players
"Outreach to the Children
Workshop" at P.S. 197 at
John Russwurm School in
Harlem on Friday, May
12th.
The Ritz. Chamber
Players then performed that
evening at the Mayor's offi-
cial New York "Welcome
Reception" at Gracie
Mansion in honor of The
Links, Inc. 60th anni\ ersary.
On Saturday morning, May
13th the Ritz Chamber
Players "Outreach to
Children Workshop" per-
formed at The Metropolitan
Museum of Art for children
ages 8 to 17.
On Mother's Day, the
Ritz Chamber Players per-
formed in the Allen Room at
Jazz at Lincoln Center to a
full house.
"Again, the extraordi-
nary women of The Links,
Incorporated, who in 2005
contributed more than
500,000 hours of service to
their. communities. have
demonstrated how\ to blend
service to the community
with education and The Arts
and at the same time pro-
moting an emerging group
of phenomenal artists--The
Ritz Chamber Players, ,all
the while making new part-
ners and friends," comment-
ed Gladys Gary Vaughn.
National President, The
Links, Inc.
The Ritz Chamber
Players ensemble is com-
prised of exceptional musi-
cians from leading sympho-
ny orchestras including the
New York Philharmonic;
Boston Symphony,
Pittsburgh Symphony,
Philadelphia Orchestra and
the London iSymphony.
They recently performed on
the BBC in 2005 and at the
Annual NAACP Image
Awards in 2006. The Links
"Mother's Day" concert was
a showcase of their out-
standing talent.
The Mother's.Day salute
to the performing arts was
hosted by The Links,
Incorporated, The National
Arts Committee, and The
Big Apple New York.Links
SCouncil of Presidents along


with the support of generous
community partners;
Cadillac, Federal Express
and Verizon.
This year The :Links,
Incorporated will mark its
60th, Anniversarv. The
organization was founded in
1946 in .Philadelphia,,
Pennsylvania and was incor-


porated in 1951. Today, the
public service organization
of more than 10, 000 African
American women is repre-
sented with 274 chapters
located in more than 42
states, the District of
Columbia, The Bahamas,
Germany and South Africa.


B-CC Provost Retires


Danny Glover
NEW YORK-- In
commemoration of the
.25th anniversary 'of the
first diagnosed cases in
America of what has
become known as AIDS,
Black Leaders from multi-
ple sectors of the commu-
nity --elected officials,
civil rights, entertainment,
media, and faith- issued a
call to action and declara-
tion of commitment to end
the AIDS epidemic in
Black America.
This historic presenta-
tion of united, leadership
took place June 5 in a
press conference hosted
by the New York-based
Open Society Institute.
"In 2006. AIDS in
America is a Black dis-
ease." said Phill Wilson.


Executive Director of the
Black AIDS Institute. "The
only way for AIDS to be
over in America is for AIDS
to be over in Black America,,
and the only. way to stop
AIDS in Black America is
for Black people to take
ownership of the disease and
mount a mass Black mobi-
Slization."
Over a million
Americans are living with
HIV today nearly half of
them are Black. Yet, nation-
al policymakers have lost
focus. Federal funding for
domestic AIDS care pro-
grams has remained largely
flat since 2001.
Approximately 54% of
the new HIV/AIDS cases
diagnosed in the U.S. are
Black.
Among women, Blacks
account for two-thirds of all
new infections. And recent
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention studies esti-
mateinearly half of all Black
gay and bisexual men in
some of America's urban-
centers are already infected.
"For Black America, the
moment of truth has
arrived," said actor Danny
Glover, a long- time AIDS
activists and humanitarian,
"If \ve are to survive the


AIDS epidemic, we are
going to have to gather all
of our resources and mar-
shal them for the political
struggles that lay ahead."
With that mandate in
mind, the gathered leaders
are calling on all sectors of
Black America -- from
individuals to political,
religious and cultural lead-
ers -- to commit to taking
action against HIV/AIDS
by engaging in a coordi-
nated campaign to
DEVELOP national com-
mitment. "We're calling
on all major Black organi-
zations to make fighting
AIDS a top priority by set-
ting concrete measurable
goals and real deadlines,"
added Glover.
Along with Glover,
other key figures also lend-
ing support to the effort at
today's press conference
included Bruce Gordon,
President NAACP;
Rachel Guglielmo, Project
Director Public Health
Watch, -Open Society
Institute: Congressman
Charles Rangel (D-New
York): Kelli Richardson
La\vson. Executive Vice
President Corporate
Marketing. BET Networks.


Dr. Ann Taylor Green
DAYTONA BEACH Fla. After 38 years of dedicated
service at Bethune-Cookman College. Dr. Ann Taylor Green,
Provost Vice President for Academic Affairs is moving on to
another phase of her life-- retirement.
Green earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics
from Talladega College in Alabama. She started teaching at
B-CC after receiving her Master of Science degree in
Mathematics Education in 1968 from North Carolina A&T
State University. Since then she has held titles such as
Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Assistant Vice President
for Development and College Relations. Director of the
Basic Skills Program and Acting Chair of the General
Studies Division.
After receiving her Doctorate of Philosophy in
Educational Administration from American University in
1988. Green was appointed as the Chair of the General
Studies Division and promoted to Associate Professor. Two
years later she \vas promoted to Professor of Mathematics
and appointed to the position of Vice President for Academic
Affairs./Dean of the Faculty. Since 2001. Green has held the
position of Provost'Vice President for Academic Affairs.
"The growth of the institution has been outstanding since
I started here in 1968," said Green. "The faculty, the physi-
cal plant and the student body have grown so much. Many
areas on campus were just mud holes when I started here.
The greatest thing is that this great institution has maintained
its warmth and historic element throughout its years otf
change and expansion."
Throughout Green's 1'6-year tenure as the chief academ-
ic officer at the College, she has managed to help establish
new majors in Physics. Gerontology. International Studies
and Computer Engineering and establish new major concen-
trations in Food and Beverage Management. Music
Technology, Management Information Systems, and the list
goes on.
Green also had a hand in the establishment of the Nursing
Division and its NLN Accreditation, and served as the prin-
cipal investigator for a $3.2 million grant from the National
Science Foundation (NSF) to establish a major in Computer
Technology and a minor in En\ ironmental Sciences.
As Green enters retirement, she does not plan to be bored
for a minute. Her husband. Arthur Rankin Green, referred to
her as a woman who, "stays busy all the time." Dr. Green
plans to spend time with her sister, travel, see old friends
from college and take up golf.
"NIM husband lo\es to play golf but I didn't really get
into it until Tiger Woods was on the scene." said Green. "I
took a six-week golf lesson with Dr. Henson-Governor and
really enjoyed myself. I think I will dust off the golf clubs
my husband bought me and start playing." Green's dedica-
tion to service and excellence has had 4 huge impact on the
growth and development of the College as a whole.


JUNE 10, 2006


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Teens continued from A-i
S-degree murder of 14-year-old DeShawn Hutchinson, her foster brother. She was sentenced
to seven years in prison and 10 years of probation for the stabbing death. She too made his-
tory as the youngest female ever prosecuted as an adult in Duval County, Florida.
A 15-year-old bi-polar boy in Colorado locked his stepfather in their basement and then
set the house on fire. Luckily, his father was able to escape unharmed by climbing out of his
basement window.
Tyrone Lewis, 18, is an honor student, and president of his class at Truman High School.
He is scheduled to be the commencement speaker but the town is worried that those who
may be in attendance may be in danger if Lewis even attends his high school graduation cer-
emony because it is believed that he is a Trenton, New Jersey gang target. Lewis' sister tes-
tified in a murder trial so the town is trying to find a way for this student who has earned his
right to graduate and be the speaker, to attend the program.
At the time of this writing, Jacksonville had experienced 70 homicides of which 55 were
murders since January 1, 2006.
State Attorney Harry Shorstein in interviews with The Florida Star, including a radio
interview on IMPACT, recognize that we should first work with our youth to see a cut back
in crime. In our last interview, he was obviously frustrated because he did not feel he was
getting result.
It is almost as if Mr. Shorstein could see into the future when he stated at the end of 2005
that the crime warnings in Jacksonville are too serious to ignore. The city has witnessed teen
murders, armed robbery and home invasion incidents; a teen-age boy brutally attacked a 7-
year-old girl behind some apartments on the Northside as well as less serious pranks, all
done by teenagers. In August, there were seven juvenile murder suspects presented to the
grand jury. In June 2005, it was reported that Duval Countyled Florida as the county of mur-
ders, and that trend has now grown.
In July, the City Council voted to place the teen court in State Attorney's Office control.
Shorstein's office was running several juvenile offender programs but did not get the desired
result. The Teen Court is different from the criminal justice system because it is for young
offenders who have committed minor offenses. The jury is made up of teens. It is designed
for the offenders to experience what would happen if they continue to commit offenses. In
fact, the juvenile offenders are required to talk with adult inmates about what it is really like
in jail.
Much concern has been shown in Jacksonville recently because of the high murder rate
but youth specialist understands the first step is discipline. Perhaps Mr. Shorstein's program
will help provide the discipline needed to get our youth back on track before they reach
adulthood and get placed in one of the many prisons being built in America today.


Black Children continued from A-I
When children are not cooperative, self-managed and self-disciplined, they cannot effec-
tively be taught. Teachers in schools are being asked to be disciplinarians and police officers
as well as teachers. With this expectation, there is no way that teachers can be successful in
any of these roles. In many schools, the school day is spent on containment rather than
enlightenment. It is no coincidence that the student populations with the highest suspension,
expulsion and arrest rates have the lowest reading, math and writing scores, and lowest grad-
uation rates.
School districts across the country are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on secu-
rity that should be spent on education enhancements. Calling the police, hopefully a last
resort, is not an effective way for managing these students who misbehave. Police officers
are not trained as social workers or disciplinarians. They are trained to take people to jail.
The solution to this problem does not lie predominantly with schools or jails. This prob- *
lem cannot be solved by government or social service agencies alone. An African proverb
says it best: "The ruin of a nation starts in the homes of its people." This war that our chil-
dren are fighting against each other in the schools they attend, and against the communities
in which they live, started for them in their homes. It can only be stopped in their homes.
While educators, society and government all have a role, it must be acknowledged that the
parents, families and communities of these youths hold the keys to the solution.
Parents, families and communities must establish a new culture with new standards and
new expectations that allow and encourage young Black men to succeed in mainstream
American society. A national infrastructure must be created to manage the resources, pro-
grams, ideas and people who can solve this problem.
Programs alone cannot fix these problems. The solution needs to be comprehensive, well
conceived and well executed. The best school safety solutions start in the homes and the
communities of the children. The best disciplinarian for a child is the cultural framework of
mutual respect and self-discipline taught to children at a young age by their parents and the
community in which they live.

Phillip Jackson is Executive Director of The Black Star Project
1333 South Wabash, Box 20
Chicago, Illinois 60605
312/842-3527,
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Billy Preston Dead. At 59


1 Billy Preston, legendary rhythm and blues key-
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Scottsdale, Arizona. He was 59 and had been in a coma
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The Houston born musician was extremely power-
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pregnancy and may cause birth defects for the unborn baby. If a woman is pregnant and has
high blood pressure, she cannot avoid taking her high blood pressure medication because
that too is too risky. Scientist advised discussing the matter with the gynecologist prior to,
taking such medications as ACE inhibitors.

Florida Has 652 Missing Foster Children

According to the Associated Press and BlackAmericaWeb.com, Florida child welfare
officials confirmed Tuesday that 652 children in the foster care systemnwere unaccounted for..
They feel that many are runaways and others have been taken by their biological parents.

Black Women Prone To Deadlier Breast Cancer

CHICAGO (Reuters) African-American
women who contract breast cancer before reach-
ing menopause are more than twice as likely as -
white women to have an aggressive, deadlier
form of the disease, a study said on Tuesday.
The higher rates of basal-like cancer among
younger black women adds another explanation
to why blacks ae at greater risk of dying than
white women from breast cancer despite having ,
a lower overall risk ,of the disease, the study,
said.

Stevie Wonder Loses His Mother

Lula Mae Hardaway, mother of Stevie
Wonderddied of an undisclosed illness: She was
74. Ms. Hardaway collaborated with her son on
severall songs, including "Signed, Sealed; /, '
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The 2006 12 Kids Who Care Winners Shania Bennett (Crescent City High School), Co' Relous Candal
Bryant (Stanton College Preparatory School), Natassia A. Cason (Terry Parker High School), Thomas
Cockriel (Mandarin High School), Juliet Fixel (Bartram Trail High School) Nicole R. Johnson (Bartram
Trail High School), Patrick Johnson (Douglas Anderson School of the Arts) Danielle Leach (Bishop Kenny
High School), Arriann Moore (Brunswick High School), Lynn Morgan (Middleburg High School), Samuel
Shams (Flagler-Palm Coast High School), and Peter Sleiman, Jr.


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high school students \\ere
honored recently as out-
standing student volun-
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annual 12 KIDS N\HO
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The 12 KIDS WHO
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its 14th year, recognizes
and salutes young people
who at an early age have
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How Youth Sports Help Kids Excel

(ARA) From playing little league at the local ball field to hitting tennis
balls at the park, youth sports are a great way for kids to be active and have
fun at the same time. If they start early, they'll develop healthy habits that will
benefit them for a lifetime.
For parents who want to encourage their children to be active and get
involved in team sports, here are some recommended tips:
Is. Challenge Set goals and keep challenging your kids so they don't get
S"-. bored. Supplement organized sports with outdoor family play time that
S,:" '- ;. ": includes new games they do not traditionally play in school, or by updating a
classic with different rules or equipment. In all cases, be sure to incorporate
greater challenges each season to help grow skills and confidence.
SChoice Allow children to select the games and sports they play. This will
increase the likelihood they will discover an activity they love and will play
outdoors more often, throughout childhood and into adulthood.
<- S '-" : Compete Soccer gold medalist Abby Wambach and baseball legend Cal
Ripken, Jr. have joined forces with Wisk Laundry Detergent to support youth
Sports and improve community ball fields with the Wisk "Win A Dream Field
Makeover" contest. Communities are invited to rally around their teams to
S'win a field makeover and a visit from star athletes, or new sports equipment.
SThis is the third year that Wisk has made the concept of a field of dreams a
reality, and the first year any type of sports field can qualify for a makeover.

S Go outside, have fun and get dirty

SIn addition to a lack of quality facilities, parents also battle sedentary pas-
S times such as television viewing and video games. They want ideas to engage
their children in more active, outdoor activities. The national 2005 Wisk
S 'Sports Survey -- conducted by Harris Interactive Inc. for Wisk Laundry
Detergent found that 35 percent of parents say their kids do not participate
Sin organized sports, even though 96 percent of them see such activity as ben-
eficial. Furthermore, a full 87 percent of parents agreed they are happy when
their children get dirty playing because it demonstrates that they are living a
ON full and active life.
Wambach and Ripken, Jr. both remember their athletic roots and the ben-
Sefits they derived from being active. Today, both are committed to supporting
youth sports.
One of the leading scorers for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team,
Wambach started playing at age four in her first youth soccer league and cred-
its her positive approach to living an active lifestyle to this early experience. Ripken, who experienced many valuable life lessons on the ball field,
is dedicated to inspiring kids to get out on the playing field and have fun.
"There seems to be -a disconnect between parents and children who want to get out-
side and play versus those who actually do," says Ripken. "We live in a different world F IN D f U T
today and it takes a real effort by parents to encourage their kids to be more active. It's F I
important for parents, kids and the larger community to actively provide the place,
means and motivation to have fun outdoors." i Y
Wambach, who scored the winning goal at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, A
Greece, adds, "It is hard to believe, but there are times when even my team is asked to CA N
play on sub-par fields. As I travel the country, I am often surprised to see how many A P A
town and school fields are in disrepair. The condition of the field affects the way we play A PPEA R
and our enthusiasm and enjoyment of the experience, as I'm sure it does for kids."
The Wisk "Win a Dream Field Makeover" contest was specifically designed to
encourage kids to get outside and get dirty while helping to improve the conditions of
sports fields across the country. The top prize is a $25,000 field makeover, and five run- IN PREP RA P
ners-up will each receive a $10,000 field refurbishment. In addition, every team has a
chance to win hundreds of dollars worth of sports equipment. Parents, coaches and CALL
teachers can enter the contest by buying specially marked bottles of Wisk Laundry
Detergent and signing up online at www.wiskpoints.com. 904 766-88

Courtesy of ARA Content


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Jaguars Seek Young Recruits


For 'Got Skills?'


Rookie Day


JACKSONVILLE,
Fla. -- Mom was right.
Drinking milk not only. is
good for you, but it also
leads to other good things.
For 250 area youth, that
means they get to work out
with the Jacksonville
Jaguars Rookie Class this
June.
Win n D i x i e,
Tropicana, and the
Jacksonville Jaguars are'
teaming up to celebrate
National Dairy Month by
inviting 250:local children
to attend the third annual
"Got Skills?" Rookie Day,
on Friday, June 23, where
the children will learn the
importance of incorporat-
ing dairy products in a
healthy diet, as well as
learning valuable athletic
skills from the Jaguars.
Parents can get regis-
tration forms for their chil-
dren at their local First
Coast Winn-Dixie store
beginning Monday, June 5
(and ending when camp is
full) for the chance to par-
ticipate in a football skills
camp conducted by
Jaguars players.
Registration forms can be
found at the Customer
Service counter in all Clay,
Duval, Nassau and St.
Johns County Winn-Dixie
Stores. Rookie Day is on a


first come, first served
basis, and thus is limited to
the first 250 youth that
register by mail or fax.
"If you have a child
that loves our Jacksonville
Jaguars, you'll want to
give them the chance to
participate in this once-in-
a-lifetime opportunity to
spend a fun-filled morning
alongside the Jaguars'
newest players," said Terry
Derreberry, director of
neighborhood marketing
for Winn-Dixie Stores,
Inc. "This is a fun way to
teach our children how
important dairy is to their
health."
"Each year we look for
ways to get the Jaguars
Rookie Class involved in
the community," said
Macky Weaver, executive
director of corporate spon-
sorship for the
Jacksonville Jaguars. "We
believe the 'Got Skills?'
Rookie Day is an excellent
opportunity to give some
of our younger fans a
chance to get to know our
newest players; and to
learn about the importance
of dairy products in the
type of well-balanced diet
you need whether or not
you play football."
The skills camp will
be held on June 23 on the


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Jaguars practice field at
Alltel Stadium, where
children will learn from
the team's draft picks and
free-agent rookies and
enjoy dairy snacks
throughout the day.
"How do football and
dairy go together? Well, to
play football you need
strong bones, and that


means three or more serv-
ings of dairy each day,"
said Leigh Ann Kenda,
Winn-Dixie's nutritionist.
"The easiest way to ensure
children get enough calci-
um is through fun-to-eat
and great-tasting dairy
snacks, such as puddings,
string cheese, chocolate
milk, and frozen yogurt."


Winn-Dixie is celebrat-
ing June as National Dairy
Month with a month-long
series of events in its
stores and throughout the
community.
The mission of
National Dairy Month is to
communicate ;the nutri-
tional benefits of dairy
products.


Students Have The Opportunity

To Explore Different Career Paths
(NAPSI)-Parents, educators and legislators want
to give students the highest-quality educational foun-
dation possible and today's career and technical edu- 7 : "
cation programs can play a key role in assuring edu- f f
national excellence for many students.; :
Career and technical courses give students the
opportunity to explore different career paths, to find "" .. ,
out if the jobs involved are appealing and to discov-
er which opportunities are best suited to their indi-
vidual talents. w
The Association for Career and Technical
Education (ACTE) wants to ensure that students and
their parents are aware of the value of career and
technical programs.
These programs can be a student's first exposure to the real-world aspects of a
career field. They allow a student to build the strong skills that every employer consid-
ers essential: the ability to communicate well, an understanding of time management
and promptness, problem-solving skills, and the ability to function as part of a team.
Careers in hotel management, food service, engineering, biotechnology, agri-
science, recreation, nursing, and graphic design represent challenging, high-paying
jobs, and the demand for skilled workers has never been greater.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that average annual salaries of techni-
Scians in some medical fields are more than $44,000 a year, while dental hygienists can
earn more than $58,000. Annual incomes of chefs and bakers reach $40,000.
Motorcycle technicians earn more than $29,000. Engineering technicians can earn
more than $40,000 and biological science technicians can earn more than $38,000.
What's more, a number of career and technical programs include internships,
apprenticeships or co-op employment, which combines work and classroom study as
part of the curriculum. Thus, students can get hands'-on experience, have a chance to
earn while learning and, best of all, gain a foot in the door of a potential future employ-
er.
Career and technical education is an essential aspect of high school education, one
that enhances academic achievement and provides the skills needed for success beyond
high school. These courses prepare students for college and the workplace. To learn
more, visit www.getcareerskills.com.
Career and technical programs provide students with hands-on experience and rein-
force the skills that an employer prizes.


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Master P Enters Groundbreaking P2P Music Pact
Santa Monica, CA -- GoDigital, the Santa Monica based digital content distributor
and record label announced a groundbreaking partnership with Shared Media Licensing.
(SML), creators of the popular 'Weed' media file format.
The partnership breaks new ground in cooperation between a label representing
major contemporary artists and companies operating in the peer to peer space. The rela-
tionship involves seeding all major peer to peer networks with Weed files from rap
mogul Master P and lil' Romeo, the youngest artist to ever have a #1 billboard hit.
The effort includes "Gutta Time" a track from Master P off his forthcoming album
"America's Most Luved Bad Guy" (that is currently in digital pre-release) that will
exclusively be available on P2P networks through Weed. The initial seeding also
includes Romeo's latest single and video, "Can't Shine Like Me" off of his current dig-
ital only release "Lottery" and his upcoming compact disc "God's Gift."
Weed is a digital rights management technology developed by Shared Media
Licensing (SML) based on the Windows Media file format (.wma or wmv.). When users
download a Weed enabled file they may listen to the full track up to three times prior to
being prompted to purchase the track.
"Purchasing is incredibly easy," says John Beezer, President of SML. "It takes about
15 seconds to setup a Weedshare account. You create a new username and password and
we deposit $5 in your account to start so no cred-
it card is initially required. Thereafter each time
you call up a Weed file on a P2P network, or a
friend sends you one over IM, you just enter your
username and password and the file becomes
unlocked and available for burning to a CD or
listening on a portable player."
Jason Peterson, founder and president of the

with this partnership is to introduce Master P and
SRomeo Weed files into all of the peer to peer net-
works, including BitTorrent, eDonkey, Gnutella,
t" .r ,Limewire, Kazaa and Morpheus, with the goal of
Master P creating a new link in the value chain for recorded I
music." Jason continues, "the Weed format is exceptional for two reasons. First, it can be sent from one per-
son to the next via any available method, be it P2P, Skype, IM, e-mail etc, and the recipient has the chance
to purchase the file should they want to own it. Second, there is an MLM component that pays the sender
and the sender's sender up to 35% of the purchase price! Everybody wins up to three generations back. If Li Romeo
we- as a record community monetize one percent of transactions on peer to peer networks it would be equiv-
alent to a whole new iTunes." Look for more groundbreaking developments from the SML-GoDigital partnership and new hip hop from Master
P in the coming weeks and months as the content roll-out continues and more strategic partners are announced.


Thousands Vote "SupAMario" The Freestyle Idol

LOS ANGELES--The first-ever video freestyle rap competition arrived at a dramatic conclusion this week as the online hip-hop community
named its first official champion, Bronx native, Mario Rodriguez (a.k.a. SupAMario -- http://SupAMario.livedigital.com) after he went head to
head in a final showdown with fellow New Yorker Daphya (http://daphya.livedigital.com). Rising above thousands of entries and earning the acco-
lades of the toughest critics and his online peers, SupAMario was able to cash in his battle rapping rhymes for $1,000 and a coveted spot in the
Spitcam Hall of Fame as the World's firit Spitcam titleholder. "I was walking through the streets, and I heard (an opponent's) diss to me playing
out of a car driving by. It's mad crazy that thousands of people across the country watched my video and voted," said Rodriguez of his Spitcam vic-
tory. "I think Spitcam has given me a boost with my career, people have been messaging the moderators of the site for my new mixtape."
In addition to the title and cash prize, Rodriguez has earned the respect of international freestyle championand Spitcam host, Jin the Emcee.
"No doubt that the last couple of weeks have uncovered an unbelievable amount of talent out there, and my hat goes off to SupAMario for outlast-
ing the thousands of rappers that made this competition memorable," said Emcee. "All those Spitcammers better bring their A-Game 'cause Spitcam
II is gonna be off the hook."The battle for Spitcam supremacy wages on through Spitcam II (http://www.livedigital.com/contest/spitcam) with the
opportunity to compete for $1,000 in cash and worldwide stardom as Spitcam II Champion beginning June 1, 2006. LiveDigital CEO Lawrence
Ng expects the field of contestants to be even bigger the second time around, and the competition to be more intense. "As the first round of Spitcam
progressed, entrants uploaded more intricate video clips -- complete with beats and special effects," said Ng. "Both Mario and Daphya brought
some extremely clever hip-hop creations to the final round, giving the Spitcam audience a tough choice." Added Ng, "With Spitcam we created a
place for the hip-hop community to gather online, share their own music and provide feedback for each other. With the rollout. of Spitcam II, we
are going to take this unique online community to the next level, and provide rap fans with the ultimate place for them to congregate online and
,promote the best based on their own choices."


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Young Inventors


The Pet Butler franchise of Jacksonville recently recognized two outstanding 4th graders from Joseph Finegan Elementary school.
These young men invented the "Ultimate Pooper Scooper" for the Invention Convention. Randy Strickland and Ramon Franco, from
Joseph Finegan Elementary school, were each awarded a Got Poop t-shirt and a gift certificate for $25.00 from Andy Narin, owner of,.
the Jacksonville Pet Butler franchise. Pet Butler is America's leading pet waste clean up service. Narin awarded the young inventors for
their "Ultimate Pooper Scooper" invention, which received 3rd place for 4th grade group projects in the Invention Convention District
competition.
West Coast Hip-Hop Vet DAZ Returns With Much-Anticipated So So Def/Virgin Debut Album
NEW YORK, NY--DAZ, credited for over a decade as one of the prime creative forces in the rise of West Coast hip-hop
Sas a producer and rapper, is making his return to the national spotlight with the So So Def/Virgin album "SO SO GANGS-
STA," scheduled for release on September 12, 2006. The album features the signature lyrical street stories that DAZ is known
Sfor, with deep, melodic rhythm tracks produced by So So Def label head Jermaine Dupri, in-house co-producers L-Roc and
No ID, hitmaker Scott Storch, and Daz himself. Guests in the studio have so far included Miami breakout artist Rick Ross
(of Trick Daddy's Slip-N-Slide circle), who was recently signed to Island/DefJam by Jay-Z, and So So Def labelmates,
including platinum R&13 group Jagged Edge, and songwriter/artist Johnta Austin (co-writer of Mariah Carey's "We Belong
STogether" and Mary J. Blige's "Be Without You").
DAZ has charted no fewer than seven albums independently since 2000, but "SO SO GANGSTA" is his first album since DAZ
the late Nineties to be launched with a major national promotional platform. Virgin Urban Music President Jermaine Dupri,
producer of the majority of the album's tracks, said, "I signed Daz because I thought he was one of rap's most talented -- but he didn't get the right
look from the market. The world wasn't connecting him to the classic hits he was doing." Dupri continued: "I didn't want to change Daz' sound at
all -- I just made him. go back to things that I know we all loved when we listened to 'Doggystyle,' 'Dogg Food,' and everything else we heard him
on. Daz and his crew, Tha Dogg Pound, took the West Coast gangster rap to the next level. Our vision is to pick that ball up and get it bouncing
again." Daz guested with T-Rock on "I'm Hot," by Young Capone, the opening track on last year's So So Def/Virgin collection "Jermaine Dupri
Presents...Young, Fly and Flashy, Vol. 1," which spawned Dem Franchize Boyz' breakout smash, "I Think They Like Me." DAZ, born Delmar
Arnaud, came to prominence as one half of the duo Tha Dogg Pound, with former partner Kurupt, and with a string of classic production and vocal
collaborations with Tupac Shakur ("All Eyez on Me"), Daz's cousin Snoop Dogg ("Doggystyle," "The Doggfather," "Murder Was the Case") and
Dr. Dre ("The Chronic," "The Chronic 2001"). He released the Billboard Top 200 No. 1 album "Dogg Food" with Tha Dogg Pound in 1995, and
a the Billboard No. 8 Daz solo album "Retaliation, Revenge & Get Back" in 1998.


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COLLEGE



CAREER

s : CORNER
By Rose Rennekamp


No One Road

To Success


You may have seen one
of the many news stories
this spring about what a
tough year it was for col-
lege admissions--how
more students were denied
admission or wait-listed
than ever before. But what
may have been lost in
some news reports is that
the "worst year in college
admissions" affected just a
very small percentage of
students applying to only
the most selective colleges
and universities.
Many students, and
even their parents, believe
that to be successful, they
have to go to one of those
"Big Name" universities.
While it's true that stu-
dents at elite universities
get a great education;
make important connec-
tions with students, staff
and alumni; and can hang
a diploma in their office
that has the "big name"
seal of approval on it, stu-
dents who go to smaller,
less-selective colleges and
universities often enjoy
the same kinds of things,
only with a different seal
on their diplomas.
One of the richest,
most successful men in the
world, investor Warren
Buffett, graduated from a
state university. His alma
mater, the University of
Nebraska, is a great
school, which obviously
gave him a fantastic edu-
cation-but it's not an
elite university.
What's important for
you, and your parents, to


realize is that with more
than 3,500 two-year and
four-year colleges and uni-
versities out there, it's
pretty hard to believe that
you could only be happy at
one, single school.
My son recently gradu-
ated from a university that
I never would have con-
sidered for him, that is,
until he told me during his
senior year in high school
that it was on his "top 10
list."
Do some research to
fill out your own top 10
list. Start out with a broad
college search. You can
search for free at www.act-
student.org.
There you can narrow
down colleges by how
close they are to hom--or
how far awa--by average
GPA, even by major.
If students are relative-
ly certain what they want
to stud--business, comput-
er science or education,
finding a school that offers
a strong program in that
major can be more impor-
tant to them than the pres-
tige of a certain school that
may not even offer the
major they're considering.
Ask someone working in
the field that interests you
which schools offer a good
foot in the door when start-
ing that career. It's a great
way to find out about
some colleges you may-
never have considered.
To figure out which of
the schools on your list
will be the best fit, visit the
colleges' websites and try
to talk to people who have
gone to those schools.
Many schools now even
offer current students by
email, phone or Internet


message board to answer
the questions of prospec-
tive students. Visiting a
college in person can also
be a very important step in
finding the right 'fit. A
woman I know was all set
to go to a large, state uni-
versity a few hours from
home, until she went to
visit for the weekend.
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felt comfortable there, so
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her choice.
There isn't one single
path to success. Getting a
great education and mak-
ing contacts for future
careers happens at col-
leges big and small, public
and private, regardless of
how "prestigious" they


may be.
Rose Rennekamp is
the vice president of com-
munications for ACT She
is a mom and has a mas-
ter's of education in guid-
ance and counseling. For
more college and career-
planning information,
visit www.actstudentorg.
Have a question you want
answered in a future col-
umn? Send a letter to this
newspaper or e-mail Rose
atAskRose@act.org.


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JUNLE 11, .2UVU


A Glorious Celebration


Teens Representing North Florida


In State Pageant Competitions


Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, 8778 Lake Placid Dr. E. (located
across from Martin Luther King Elementary School), invites
the public to celebrate the church's 35th and the pastor's 19th
Annversaries. Observances will be held Sunday, June 11 at
4:00 p.m., Monday, June 12 at 7:00 p.m., and Wednesday, June
14 at 7:00 p.m. "A Church Reaching Out to The Unchurched"
is the theme. Shown here are Rev. Will A. Waldrop, Pastor and
Sis. Saundra Waldrop, First Lady.


Saneice L. Anderson


The City of Jacksonville,
the River City, St.
Augustine, and the First
Coast area will be very well
represented at the upcoming
Miss Florida Pageant and
Miss Florida's Outstanding
Teen Pageants in Miami,


. Florida during the week of
July 1 through July 8.
The northeast area of
Florida has three major Miss
America Preliminary
Pageants: (1) the Miss &
Teen Jacksonville / First
Coast Pageants; (2) the Miss
& Teen St. Augustine
Pageants, and (3) the Miss &
Teen River City Jacksonville
Pageants, All of the winners
from this year's pageant sea-
son will be continuing on to
their state pageants in
Miami and are significant
contenders for the state
titles.
Jacksonville area partici-
pants in elude:
MISS RIVER CITY
TEEN 2006 SANIECE
LYNETTE ANDERSON -
Saneice is a 16 year old at
Douglas Anderson School of
the Arts,-and gained her title
through competing in the


Jonet Torado


Miss River City
Jacksonville Teen Pageant.
She thoroughly enjoys danc-
ing and used lyrical dance
for her pageant talent. Jonet
is a local, state, and national
dance competition winner, a
3-time Winner of the
National Cheer/Dance
Competition, involved with
her church and tap dance
ensemble, and is an active
Clara White Mission volun-
teer.
MISS DUVAL COUN-
TY BEACHES TEEN
2006 JONET MANEA
TIRADO Jonet is a 16
year old student at Douglas
Anderson School of the
Arts, and she obtained her
title through her participa-
tion in the Miss River City
Jacksonville Teen Pageant,
at which she performed an
entertaining dance number.
She is listed in Who's Who


Among
School
special
theater,
ing.


American High
Students, and has
training in musical
drama, and model-


All titleholders received
scholarship in their local
pageants, and look forward
to hopefully winning more
scholarships at the state pag-
eant as well as the coveted
state titles.
The Miss Florida
Pageant will take place in
Miami, Florida the first
week in July, with the finals
on July 8th, 2006, and it is
the official state preliminary
pageant to the Miss America
Pageant, which last held in
Las Vegas, Nevada.
Taking into considera-
tion the local, state, and
national pageants, in the
Miss America Pageant sys-
tem, it is the largest source
of scholarships for women
of its kind in the world!
These "Miss" titleholders
will compete against other
contestants at the state pag-
eant in the categories of
interview talent,
swimsuit. fitness, evening
%\ear, and on-stage ques-
tions.

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Ask Deannal is an advice column known bor its fearless approach to reality-based subjects!


Dear Deannal

My husband's old affair is tearing me apart. First we had
one child and then another one before we got married. I later
learned he had an affair with a woman that stroked his ego dur-
ing my first pregnancy. He claims it was one time but the way
she stalked him, harassed us and bothered us for a few years
made me doubt it. He confessed when the phone calls started
but I still can't get the affair out of my mind when I look at him.

Anonymous (On-Line Reader)


Dear Anonymous:

You set yourself up for drama by getting pregnant without the wedding ring in the first
place. You can't lay too much blame on his actions because he wasn't officially your man.
If this is in the past, you need to leave it there. Unless he's doing something that's current
then get over it. You're causing yourself pain and agony from an old wound. Seek profes-
sional or spiritual counseling to get to the root of your pain, squash it and keep it moving.

Dear Deanna!

I'm in prison responding to advice you gave a lonely inmate. With a few years left of
his sentence you told him to focus on getting a degree instead of worrying about a woman
on the outside. I feel you're wrong. You also didn't tell him what kind of degree he needs.
He needs a woman because it's lonely in prison and companionship will help his time pass
faster and keep him mentally stable.

Anonymous Inmate (Soledad, CA)

Dear Inmate:

He had the chance to build a relationship and grow a family when he was free but lost
that chance when he committed a crime. Regardless of the major, an educated ex-con will
find employment faster than one with no books on the brain. A woman will love you like
Luther Vandross behind the ink pen but when it gets serious, she'll start singing no romance
without finance and you gotta have a J-O-B to be with me.

Dear Deanna!

I saw my pastor shopping with the church checkbook. I could see the church logo, name
and everything on the outside cover. A clerk was trying to refuse the check because it was
a business check and required signatures. My pastor pulled rank and said he was authorized.
Then he signed two signatures, winked at me and told me to turn the other cheek. What do
I do about this?

Sylvia M. (St. Louis, MO)

Dear Sylvia:

You sure that wasn't Jim Baker? Your pastor is a thief setting a bad example for the con-
gregation. The pastor knew this was wrong especially if he advised you to look the other
way. What part of Exodus 20 Verse 15 Thou Shall Not Steal doesn't he understand? Pray
for your pastor apd God's guidance as you report this to the church governing board. Telling
is not between you and man, but you and your dedication to God and protecting His house.

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For Mega-Churches, The Next Step Is Ticketing

By Ester Davis

UPI Religion & Spirituality

Several months ago I wrote an article on mega-churches. There are about 1,100 mega-
churches in the United States, several over 20 years old. And I am quite honestly intrigued
with the imagination, depth and breadth of these awesome structures and the ones on the
architect charts. Mega-churches expand and grow communities and represent anchors for
spiritual development.

Now surprisingly, one of them has decided that in order to accommodate the regular
members and the increased attendance for Easter services, ticketing is the answer. And the
buzz is thunderous. Is this 21st century-style worship or is this a downhill threat to our
church service values?

During Holy Week, there are eight services scheduled in this mega-nest. How do you get
a ticket? Really easy. Tickets are available online at the Eagle Brook Church in Minnesota
for members to reserve and print out. Members can pick up tickets at the ticket booth,
which is located next to Information Central in the Lower Lobby. Well, what time is the
ticket booth open? Good question. The ticket booth is only open during weekend worship
services. Tickets are not available during the week. Seats are not assigned, there is no limit
to how many tickets you can pick up, nor is there a charge for the tickets. It is easy to fig-
ure out that this church is technologically driven, status absorbed and solidly rooted in big
playhouse confusion.

I have to agree that many regular church members have "their seats" in church. And on
these heavily attended Sundays they arrive early in order to secure their regular seats,
which in some unexplainable sense gives the optimal experience. If they were to compro-
mise and change seats on any Sunday in church, it would be less than an optimal experi-
ence. This feeling of "it's mine" is a universal trait among Christians. Anyway, it is interest-
'ing to observe that Easter services have a larger attendance than Christmas services. Most
people consider Easter the more sacred time, the more holy of services. Some equate it
with sanctification and purification even though, sadly, we live in an age of distrust and
suspicion of religion, religious leaders and religious issues. But successfully, religion is in
the news and church attendance is slightly up.

But back to this ticketing. It is noteworthy that the public relations department,asks that,
if at all possible, you should attend the service for which you have your ticket. Make that
decision ahead of time. If you change your mind, there is an exchange booth set up where
you can exchange your ticket for another service time. I became amused at the next set of
instructions. All the services are the same, but it is recommended that you choose one of
the less traditional service times, such as Saturday at 3 p.m. (Wonder who thought of that
idea?) A lot of thought and planning was put into this upstaging of normal events. For
example, let's assume nothing works in the way of your family planning for attending
Easter services and you decide at the last minute that you are going. You can conveniently
check the ticket update screen to see which services still have seats available.

Those who just show up for Easter services will be accommodated. No one will be
turned away. But you do need to bring your ticket with you. What if I forget my ticket?Will
I be able to get in? Yes, you will still be able to get in. just come to the service you picked
up tickets for. The ticket, huh? Well, I can honestly say thisis a growing trend I can live
without.


Ester Davis is a celebrated host/producer of a No. 1-rated show on P -TV Channel 68,
everY. Saturday from 5 to 6 a.m. Visit her website at {url ttp://www.esterdavis.com} "The Ester:,
Davis Show"{/url}. copyright 2006 by Ester Davis

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Duval County School Board Approves High School Redesign


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When members of the
Class of 2010 receive their
high school diplomas in four
years, they will hold what
the Duval County School
Board believes will be a
much more meaningful key
to the future as a result of the
redesign of high school edu-
cation approved by the
board at its Tuesday night,
June 6, regular meeting.
The high school
redesign, approved as part of
the overall Student
Progression Plan for the dis-
trict, focuses on equipping
students to be successful in a
global, highly technological
world by increasing aca-
demic course requirements
and encouraging many more


students to participate in
academically rigorous cur-
riculum.
Research shows that
today's world requires many
of the same higher mathe-
matics and science courses
for success in trade and
vocational jobs as are
required for success in high-
er education and post-col-
lege employment.
Beginning with the
2006-2007 I ninth-grade
class, Duval County high
school students will be
required to take 26 course
credit hours to graduate; the
previous requirement was
24 credit hours. The high
school day will be
redesigned as a modified


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The Miss Florida's Outstanding Teen Pageant will also
be held in Miami, Florida in conjunction with the Miss
Florida Pageant with finals on July 8th, and it is the official
state teen preliminary pageant to the Miss America's
Outstanding Teen Pageant,. which last. held in Orlando,
Florida. This national teen pageant system is fairly new but
incredibly successful right out of the gate.
The "Teen" titleholders will compete in the categories of
interview, talent, fitness/aerobic wear, casual wear, evening
gown, and on-stage questions.



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CAPTIONS

.-Innouncements. meetings. Ihappentlnings. tlIId ConInlllllnlln'
events sclhehled in I Jacksonville and the sunroruinng area.
SUMMER ARRIVES EARLY IN JACKSONVILLE-
Sunny Delight.*s Beverages Co.. makers of SunnyD(tm)
juice drinks, will arrive June 14th in Jackson\ille as part
of their Summer 4 Ever(tm) road trip, a 10-month promo-
tional tour that is rolling across the United States spread-
ing the spint of sununer withr SunnyD. The tour. which
kicked off in Cincinnat. Ohio in February. features trwo
SunnvD "Sunmobiles" (20-foot step vans with attached
trailers), that will be traveling to more than 50 major mar-
kets in 47 states spreading sumnner fim with free SunnNvD
beverages, games, pnzes and music. The SunMobile will
be making an appearance at the following Winn-Dixie
stores and events in the Greater Jackson\ ille area: June
14-10:00-2:00 p.m. at Winn-Dixie Corporate
Headquarters. 5050 Edgewood Court: June 15-11-00-
12:30p.m. at Providence Sununer Camp. 2701 Hodges
BlId.. 1:00-3:00 p.m. at Winn-Dixie, 10915
Ba\meadows Rd. Unit #12. and 5:00-7:00 p.m. Winn-
Dixie: 11701-10 San Jose Blvd.. June 16- 8:00-12:00p.m.
at Winn-Dixie (June Dairy' Month Eventl. 1520 W.
University Blvd. 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Acosta Corporate
Office, 6600 Corporate Center Park\nay.
NEW SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE SCHEDULED-The
Jacksonville Transportation Authority \ill begin a new
shuttle bus service between downtown Jacksonville and
JIA. This added service will not only provide airline pas-
sengers with convenient transportation between down-
town and the airport, but also transportation for airport
and local business employees. The kick-off celebration
for the ne\ bus senrice. Air JTA. \\ill take place
Monday. June 19. at 9:30 a.m. in the J,'s Courtesy
Waiting Lot.
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block schedule to provide
students with the necessary
class time to earn the addi-
tional credits.
Students also will. be
required to take four years
each of math and science,
rather than three years, as
well as two years of a for-
eign language. The social
studies requirement will
remain at three years.
In addition, ninth-grade
students will take a
Keystone Course involving
career research, decision-
making and communication
skills, and a research project
that will assist in career
planning.
As seniors, they will pro-
duce Capstone Projects,
scholarly papers or projects
based on the Keystone proj-
ects and their academic
experiences.
Parents also will be more
involved in academic deci-
sions, including helping stu-
dents declare an area of
focus for elective courses.
In addition to changes in
curriculum requirements,
students, will have unre-
stricted opportunities (and
be strongly encouraged) to
take honors/Advanced
Placement (AP) courses.
Education research shows
that students who take even
one such course perfonn at
higher academic levels, and
are more likely to be suc-
cessful at both the high
school and college level; the
impact is most dramatic for
the lo\west-performing stu-
dents. Students \vill be
encouraged to consider
other academically rigorous
programs as well. including
the International
Baccalaureate (IBi) Early
College High School. Dual
Enrollment and Advanced
International Certificate of
Education IAICEI pro-
grams.
The high school redesign
will include the develop-
ment of small learning com-
munities within the larger
high school setting, teams of
teachers who \work with the
same groups of students
over time. increased aca-
demic support, and
improved and expanded
safety net programs for stu-
dents needing intensive
remediation or other support
services.
Community businesses
and organizations also will
be called upon to provide
more student internships and
service-learning experi-
ences.
At the meeting, the board


also:
Approved a revised
Code of Student Conduct.
While most revisions were
language clarifications, the
changes include the use of
Saturday School for students
with excessive tardiness,
unexcused absences or early
checkout prior to the end of
the school day.
Saturday school will be
held from 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Parents of elementary and
middle school students must
accompany their children to
Saturday School.
Approved proposed
boundary changes for four
elementary schools partici-
pating in a new Inspirations
Village program.
Attendance zones, for the
four magnet schools-
Brentwood, R.L. Brown,
John E. Ford and Andrew
Robinson-will become one
attendance zone.
The goal is to improve
diversity at each school by
'offering the 1,409 neighbor-
hood children first choice
for the 2,940 available seats;
unfilled seats will be avail-
able to magnet students
from other attendance areas.
Magnet programs
offered in the Inspirations
Village include Montessori
and Spanish immersion at
John E. Ford (grades K-8);
math. science and a new pre-
engineering program at


Andrew Robinson; an
enhanced arts magnet pro-.
gram at Brentwood; and a
new Primary Years
International Baccalaureate
program at R.L. Brown.
Approved one-year
contract renewals with three
charter schools, contingent
on the schools receiving
state accountability grades
of D or better for 2005-2006
and showing continued aca-
demic gains by students.
The schools are SOS
Academy Middle School,
SOS Academy High School
and Wayman Academy of
the Arts.
Confirmed submission
of an Advanced Placement
(AP) Incentives Grant to the
U.S. Department of
Education for up to $1 mil-
lion to' develop, enhance or
expand AP programs in
high schools with high con-
centrations of low-income
students and a .significant
need for access to AP pro-.
grams.
Schools designated for
the three-year grant are
Raines, Jackson and Ribault
high schools and
Northwestern, Butler,
Gilbert, Paxon, Highlands
and Ribault middle schools.
They were selected on the
basis of AP course enroll-
ment. AP course Offerings,
College Board scores for AP
courses, the percent of stu-


dents eligible for
free/reduced-cost lunch ben-
efits and state accountability
grades.

*Approved an agreement
with Alternatives Unlimited,
Inc., to implement a pro-
gram for students who have
dropped out of school. The
program, for students 16-21
years of age, will open in up
to six community-based
sites for the 2006-2007
school year.
The Duval County sites
have not yet been identified,
but sites usually are located
in. leased space in churches
or community buildings.
There is no cost to the
school district for the pro-
gram, since all set-up and
operating costs will be borne
by Alternatives Unlimited
and the projected 450-600
will be included in the stu-
dent count used for state
funding.
Ninety-five percent of
the state funds obtained will
go to Alternatives
Unlimited, and 5 percent
will be retained by the
school district.
Approved a list of day-
care centers to provide serv-
ices for the Teen Parent
Program at A. Philip
Randolph Academies of
Technology for 2006-2007
and 2007-2008. at an
expected total cost of $1.6
million.


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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 (904) 630-1404 for additional information.


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That Summer At American Beach


Call To Artists For Freedom,
Of July Celebration


Fanfare And Fireworks...Fourth


Reviewed by
Marsha Dean Phelts

Janice Sims a prolific
writer and recipient of
numerous national literary
awards has composed an
American Beach romance.
Like no one before her,
Sims has penned a histori-
cal fiction that illustrates a
heart-pounding episode of
love and enchantment sir-
rounding American Beach.
Exploits that people in the
neighborhood whisper
about have found a voice in
Sims superbly crafted story.
This novel sprinkled with
vignettes of historic
American Beach seems oh
so real as the author weaves
authentic landmarks such as


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Janice Sims
Evans' Rendezvous and the
Franklin Town Methodist
Church into the recreational
and religious community
environment.
This story highlights con-
tributions of the Afro-
American Life Insurance
Company; A. L. Lewis, the
Beach Lady and fictitious
names of long time fami-
lies.
While building this exhil-
arating romance Sims has
accurately captured .the
community's sentiment
about the lurkers that threat-
en to engulf the half-mile
American Beach shore and
100-acre African-American
coastal enclave.
Only by knowing the
real stories will the reader


be able to separate fiction
from fact. "That Summer at
American Beach" is as hot
as the burning sands under a
July sun and as comforting
as soothing waves.
Universal issues of infideli-
ty, double dipping, pursuit
of dreams, community
luminaries, and strong fami-
ly ties makes this historical
fiction believable and hard
to put down before complet-
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Jacksonville, FL The
City of Jacksonville is call-
ing all artists, craftspeople
and merchandise vendors to'
participate in the 2006
Freedom, Fanfare and
Fireworks Fourth of July
Celebration on both the
Northbank and Southbank
of the St. Johns River in
downtown Jacksonville.
This year's July 4th cele-
bration is free and takes
place on Tuesday, July 4
from 4-9:30 p.m. The cele-
bration will feature water
activities, children's make
and take crafts, face paint-
ing and temporary tattoos at
Friendship Fountain and
other vendors, activities and
entertainment along the
Southbank Riverwalk.


On the Northbank, the cele-
bration continues on the
Riverwalk from the YNICA
building to the Hyatt
Regency Parking Garage.
Attractions include river-
boat tours, a Sandscape on
Pearl Street. misting tents,
live music, artists and mer-
chandise, food and beverage
vendors. Entertainment will
also be provided by roving
patriotic characters, Fire
Dancers and the Daredevil
Chicken Club.
Activities on both sides of
the river will culminate with
Skyblast, a spectacular fire-
works show, at 9 p.m.
Fireworks will be shot from
the Acosta Bridge and
downtown buildings and
strobing on the Main Street


Bridge.
On Monday. July 3. a
presentation of the feature
film, Madagascar, will be
shown at Metropolitan
Park. Activities, entertain-
ment and dusk fireworks
will precede the movie at
the park. This event is free
and gates open at 6:30 p.m.
Interested artists, crafts-
people and merchandise
vendors can obtain a print-
able entry form and detailed
information at www.coj.net
For more information about
the Freedom Fanfare and
Fireworks...Fourth of July
Celebration, visit
www.coj.net or call the
Office of Special Events at
(904) 630-3690.


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Suns Clinch First Half Division Title; Meadows Is Top Hitter


The Jacksonville Suns improved to 41-20 in a 4-1
Wednesday, June 7 victory over the Huntsville Stars. With
the win, the Suns were crowned the Southern League South
Division first half champions.


Jacksonville is assured of a playoff spot to defend its
2005 Southern League Championship. The Suns have won
16 of their last 17 games and eight in a row.
Suns starter T.J. Nall pitched a seven inning gem in his
fourth start of the season, allowing one run on six hits with
no walks and a career- high 10 strikeouts.
The Suns offense scored two runs in the second inning
on a Huntsville error and a single from Wilkin Ruan to open
a 2- 0 lead.
The Stars scored a run on a sacrifice fly in the fourth
inning to cut the Suns. advantage to 2-1.
That lead held until Jacksonville's Craig Brazell
unleashed a tremendous two-run homerun over the bleachers
in right field during the bottom of the eighth off of
Huntsville reliever Russ Rohlicek to open up a 4-1 lead.
Nail improved to 3-2 in the win while Corey Thurman
fell to 2-5 in the loss. Mark Alexander saved his 13th game
"of the season, tied for the third-best in the Southern League:
Suns outfielder Tydus Meadows was named the BC


Powder Southern League Hitter of the week for the week of
May 29 June 4. Meadows carried a hot bat to Jacksonville,
hitting .450 with a double, 3 home runs, 9 RBI, a .593 on-
base percentage and a .950 slugging percentage to earn the
honors. Meadows, who joined the Suns on May 28, enjoyed
two multi-hit games last week, including a 5-for-5 perform-
ance on May 31 in which he hit a home run and drove in two
runs. On June 1 at Montgomery, he hit his second home run
of the week in the seventh inning to break the 1-1 tie and
lead Jacksonville to a 5-1 victory.
Meadows ended the week in impressive style, hitting a
grand slam June 4 against Mobile to give the Suns a 5-4 lead
in their eventual 13-5 victory. The South Division-leading
Suns currently own a 6-game winning streak and have been
victorious in 14 of their last 15 games.
The 28-year-old Milledgeville, GA native was a key
member of last season's Southern League Championship
team. Meadows was signed as a free agent by the Los
Angeles Dodgers in 2004.


Roy Jones Jr.: A Loss McNair's 'Air' Show Headed To Baltimore

And He's Done The Ravens is a team ningest quarterback in fran-


BOISE. Idaho Roy Jones Jr. says he'll quit boxing it
he loses his next fight.
"I doubt it, but ifI do lose I'm pretty much going to be
calling it a day," Jones said Friday, participating by tele-
phone from Pensacola, Fla.. in a news conference to pro-
mote his fight here next month with Prince Badi Ajamu.
"I hate to think of it like that." said Ajamu. who called
himself a fan of Jones. "But inevitably it's a reality that's
going to be faced come July 29."
In the scheduled 12-round bout at Qwest Arena, Jones
will end a 10-month layoff and tr to. take Ajamu's North
American Boxing Organization light heavyweight title.
The 37-year-old Jones (49-4) is a former mid-
Roy Jones, Jr. dleweight, super middleweight, light heavyweight and
heavyweight champion. But he's lost his last three fights,
two by knockout.
Jones said he's "very motivated because some people think I've lost it."
The 34-year-old Ajamu (25-2-1) has never fought someone of Jones' stature.
The two do have a common opponent of a sort in Antonio Tarver, who holds most of the
belts for light heavyweight champion given by vanous world boxing organizations. Jones
fought Tarver in three title fights-- Ajamu faced Tarver as a sparring partner.
"It just shows me I can compete at that level." Ajamu said. "But I know the world hasn't
seen that."
Tarver handed Jones two of his last three losses and took all of Jones' championship belts
in the process.

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Steve McNair
Steve McNair. who led
the Tennessee Titans to the
2000 Super Bowl. was final-
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Ravens Wednesday. June 7.


that has been seeking a
prime quarterback through-
out its 10-year existence.
McNair. who shared the
NFL's NMVP award in 2003 ,
still had to pass a physical in
Baltimore to finalize the
deal.
The deal with the
Ravens is believed to be for
a fourth-round pick in next
spring's draft. Tennessee had
been trying to renegotiate
McNair's salary from his
scheduled $9 million to
reduce a $23.46 million
salary cap hit.
McNair. who turned 33
in February. was the win-


chise history. In 11 seasons,
he went 81-59 and shared
the MVP award with Peyton
Manning three years ago.
The quarterback won a
grievance last week that
allowed him to return to the
team's headquarters and
work out after being told he
couldn't on April 3.
McNair played in 14
games in 2005 and threw for
3,161 yards and 16 touch-
downs with I1 interceptions.
He missed the regular sea-
son finale because of a
strained pectoral muscle, but
recovered to play in the Pro
Bowl in February.


Derrick
Wimbush, the
Jacksonvill e
Jaguars' sec-
ond-year back-
up fullback,
Derrick will require
Wimbush surgery to
repair a broken left arm that
he suffered during a volun-
tary workout Thursday, June
1.


The surgery is expected
to be performed within a
week, likely will sideline
Wimbush for the rest of the
Jaguars' offseason program
and for much of training
camp.
Wimbush. 25, sustained
the injury toward the end of
Thursday's workout. A train-
er summoned by the player
determined the break, and


Wimbush's arm was placed
in a cast.
The Fort Valley State
(Ga.) product, a standout
running back in college,
earned a roster spot in
Jackson\ille as an undrafted
college free agent last sum-
mer. "I'm going to give it
100 percent to be back in
time (for training camp), but
we'll see," said Wimbush.


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EDITOR'S NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of law. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports are a
matter of public record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.

CAR WAS TAKEN -- The officer was dispatched to a dis-
pute at a Shell Station on East 20th Street. Upon arrival, he
met with the victim who stated that she and her ex-boyfriend
had gotten into a verbal argument over money at the Shell
Station. The victim said that the argument continued as they
drove away from the service station. In the 3000 block of N.
Liberty Street, the victim said that the suspect exited her car
and threw a beer bottle at the windshield, breaking it. The vic-
tim stated that the suspect then jumped back in the car through
the open passenger side window, and struck her several times
about the head with his hands. The victim said that she exited
the car and the suspect drove off in the car.
The officer followed the victim to the suspect's residence. Her
car was parked outside, with the keys in the trunk. The officer
spoke with the suspect's aunt. She advised that he was not
home. The victim then took possession of her car.
The officer observed the broken front windshield and a small
abrasion on the back of her neck. She completed a signature
form and an auto theft affidavit. The officer gave the victim a
state attorney's card with instructions on how to file. It should
be noted that the suspect was also listed as the suspect of an
"Unauthorized Temporary Use of a Motor Vehicle," the vic-
tim's car on 3-21-06.
Case suspended, pending the return of the state attorney's card.
SOLICITING FOR PROSTITUTION-- On May 23,.2006,
the JSO Vice Unit was conducting a prostitution investigation
in the area of Nelson Street. The suspect drove up in a vehicle
and a conversation ensued between he and an undercover
office. During the conversation the suspect solicited the under
cover officer to perform sexual intercourse with him for $8.00.
The suspect was arrested and transported to the command post
Once they arrived, the officer completed the report she read the
suspect his rights. The suspect stated that he had just left work
and stopped to talk to the undercover officer. During the con-
versation, the suspect requested that she "show her kitty" to
prove she was not the police, but denied offering any money
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An arrest was made of a suspect in the purse snatching
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County (CCSO) Sheriff's Office and Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office (JSO) Robbery Unit detectives worked together to
locate Foster after information was obtained that he was
using the victim's credit card on the westside of Jacksonville.
That led detectives to the suspect's apartment and car. He
was arrested on a Fraud charge by JSO (use of the stolen
credit card) and is also being held on a warrant from Clay
County for Strong Armed Robbery.. This warrant comes with
a $5'0,000 bond. Once the suspect is processed for the Fraud
charge in Duval County,. he will be transported to Clay
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Your Weekly Horoscope

(JUNE 10, 2006-JUNE 16, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) This week's sce-
nario is highlight-
ed by mood
swings that may
have you full of
optimism one
moment, but frustrated at
unexpected setbacks the
next. Don't get knocked off
your feet if someone throws
you a curve-ball. You are
certainly able to keep up
your excellent batting aver-
age. Those around you may
react giddily .to sudden
changes, you will be able to
keep your head. Use this to
,your best advantage. In your
romantic/partnered life,
expect both peace and har-
mony to reign. Your mate
will be a godsend. Don't be
tempted to fall into your
more usual slapdash way of
doing things. You have the
chance now to develop new
habits and break old ones. If
you've been slacking off on
exercise, work it into your
routine. -Your judgment
could be a bit impaired, be
sure to debate a point rather
than try to impose your
thoughts on other people. In
your personal pursuits, your
temperament could prove a
problem as well.
Taurus (April 20 -'
May 21) This week's sce-
r nario is highlight-
ed by- teamwork
& compromise.
Anyone who
interacts with you will find
you not only delightful com-
pany, but a great teammate
as' well. You exude good
feelings and you are sensi-
tive to the needs of others.
This general atmosphere
spills over into your private
life. You will find a warm
and welcoming mate or
romantic partner at the end
of the week. Plan to spend
the week-end, just the two of
you, totally reveling in each
other's company. Something
you have in mind, perhaps
an old idea about redoing
your space, may be a snare
and a delusion.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) This week is the
time when you
should step back
and rewokk some
of your old ground
with a childlike innocence;
you will be opened to guid-
ance that leads you to anl
unforeseen windfall of new
abundance. This will also
include help in healing any
physical challenges in your-
self and others. Be aware
that this will usher in a time
of renewed focus and for
you to reorder your top pri-
orities.. This week lucky
numbers are: 5, 17, ,27, 29,
39.
Cancer June 21- July,
22) This week's
scenario is high- -A*
lighted .by the ';
next phase of an
ongoing project, personal or
professional. Now it's time
to deal with practical mat-
ters rather than the purely
theoretical., This may
involve a move or a pur-
chase of new property.
Because you are such a whiz
at getting down to the fine
print, you will have little dif-
ficulty squaring things.
Fortunately, you have a


cooperative and willing
group around you, both at
home and in other endeav-
ors. Your energy should be
high and your wits sharp,
Keep them about you to
avoid friction on the home
front.


Leo (July 23 August
22) This week's scenario is
highlighted by money,
money & more money. You
could be
unhealthily
focused on what
you consider the
inadequacies of your home
environment. Don't despair,
do something! Even small
cosmetic changes could
make a huge difference,
especially in your attitude. If
someone else has to
approve, approach him or
her with a positive outlook.
Give good reasons why your
plan will benefit everyone.
Wherever you land at week's
end, you will find yourself
surrounded by agreeable
people who share your
mood. Join in the revelry,.
but avoid excesses of any
kind.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) This
week's scenario is
highlighted by
your ability to
smooth the
waters. You'll have plenty of
spirit, more than one person
may appear to want. Don't
allow them to knock you off
your course. It may be supe-
riors who find fault.
Fortunately you can, take it
with good grace and simply
keep on trucking. You may
find that mates or partners
suddenly want to change the
rules. Your partner may be
reacting to a simple attack of
nerves. You may have to be
the one who changes their
mind, both with a sunny dis-
position and possibly a logi-
cal explanation of why you
do things the \way you do.
Libra (September 23
- October 23)This week's
scenario is highlighted by
your overall financial situa-
tion, as well as
your long-term
goals. You've got
plenty of things
you would like to do, but it
is vital to be selective. If you
attempt them all, you will
scatter your forces. Take it
one day at a time. Your rela-
tionships should move for-
ward into a more promising
territory. You may want to
take time to look at & appre-
ciate others intentions. Make
sure to include your finan-
cial partner, who will not be
critical, even if you are the
one who has fallen into a
spending pattern that's hurt-
ing the big picture.
Scorpio (October 24
- November 21) This
week's scenario is highlight-
ed by sweet har-
mony in your pro-
fessional &- per- F
sonal life. You
and your partner
will find yourselves getting
along about everything. You
are very much in favor and
may even enjoy an encour-
aging talk with a superior. It
should make you feel more
confident about your future
and much more secure about
in your position, right where
you are. Store up the com-
pliments and feed on them
during any rough days in the
future. You may lack coop-
eration from work associ-
ates.
S a gi tta ri u s


(November 22 -
December 21) This week's
S scenario is high-
lighted by distrac-
tions & your need
[ ] to concentrate on
your goals. What you have
to do seems not only
tedious, but aJso somehow .


irrelevant. In a way, this is a
blessing, because it opens
you up to operating in a new,
rather unconventional man-
ner. People will notice and
applaud your ingenuity.
Relations with the most
important people in your life
are, for the most part, posi-
tive. .
Ca p r i c o r n
(December 22 January
19) This week's scenario is
highlighted by your ability
to keep many
balls in the air at
one time, but evenI
you have a limit.
There appears to be a con-
flict between your devotion
to home and devotion to,
work. You need to cut down
somewhere, and only you
know where. The best
advice is to throw career and
money cautions to the wind
and spend a spectacular time
out and about with that very.
special person. Let your.
partner arrange the plans.
You could have the greatest
time, with or without that
crowd of people you always
love to have around'you.
Aquarius (January"
20 -February 19th)
SThis week's.
scenario is high-.
lighted by
improvements and
ideas about how they could
be ac.complished.-The prob-


lem may be getting to the
right people, with the right
information, and you may be
frustrated. Keep on digging
and you will find what you
are looking for. In the mean-
time, it is vital not to make
any rash moves or uneducat-
ed guesses. Calm your ten-
Ssions in one of two ways.
Discuss the situation with a
trustworthy friend or get a
strenuous physical workout.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20) This
week's scenario is -
Shighlighted by a
reconnection to
your roots. You may have a
certain person on your mind,
perhaps someone who was
in your life until recently.
Whatever the status of your
relationship, there appears to
be a romantic, sensual glow
in the atmosphere. You may
have be the one to take the
bull by the horns and make
the date. It is highly possible
that this reunion will prove:
.something to both of you;.
you. belong together, in
every way. A sudden inspira-
tion maN hit. It may have to-
do with furthering your edu-
cation levels. There is no-,
question that information is .
power these days. If you feel
stuck on your rung of the
ladder, a course or a second
degree could help you climb
much faster.


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

The Governing Board of the
District requests that interested
parties respond to the
solicitations) below by 2:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, June 20, 2006. Further
information is available through
Onvia DemandStar at
;
www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-
1712], or the District's website at
;
www.sjrwmd.com. Bid packages
may be obtained from Onvia
DemandStar or the District by call-
ing Sharon Whitener, CPPB,
Contracts Administrator at (386)
329-4281.

BID NUMBER SJ655AA
Purchase of MOD-4 Granite Rock

Provide-MOD-4 granite rock mate-
rial to District properties located in
Volusia and Alachua Counties in
the State of Florida through
September'30, 2006.

The estimated budget for this proj-
ect is $65,000.00.

Staffs recommendation will be
presented to the Governing Board
at its July.11, 2006, meeting.

Special accommodations for dis-
abilities may be requested through
Sharon Whitener, CPPB,
Contracts Administrator or by call-
ing (386) 329-4450 (TDD), at least
five (5) business days.before the
date needed.
INVITATION TO SUBMIT
RESPONSES TO THE ST.
JOHNS RIVER WATER MAN-
AGEMENT DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the
District requests that interested
parties respond .to the
solicitations) below by 200 .p.m.,
Thursday, July 6, 2006. Further
information is available through
Onvia DemandStar at
www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-
1712], or the District's website at
www.sjrwmd.com Bid packages
may be obtained from Onvia
DemandStar or the District by call-
ing Randy Wallis, CPPB,
Contracts Administrator at (386)
312-2337.
BID NUMBER SK404RA
EFFECTS OF GIZZARD-SHAD
REMOVAL IN OCKLAWAHA
BASIN LAKES
The,District requires a consultant
to provide data necessary to eval-
uate gizzard-shad removal and
game fish by-catch in Upper
Ocklawaha River Basin lakes.
The estimated budget is $60,000
for the first term of this project.
Staffs recommendation will be
presented to the Governing Board
at its August 8, 2006, meeting.

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


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

The Governing Board of the District
requests that interested parties
respond to the solicitation below by
5:00 p.m., July 6, 2006. Further
information is available through
Onvia DemandStar at
www.demandstar.com [800) 711-
1712], or the District's website at
www.sjrwmd.com. Solicitation
packages may be obtained from
Onvia DemandStar or the District
by calling Carol Taylor 'Miller,
CPPB, Contracts Administrator at
(386) 386-329-4170

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICA-
TIONS NUMBER SK30712
ENGINEERING ASSISTANCE IN
UPDATING INFORMATION ON
WATER SUPPLY AND REUSE
SYSTEM COMPONENT COSTS

Engineering services are required
to provide the District with construc-
tion and operation and mainte-
nance cost data and cost estima-
tion tools for both traditional and
alternative water sources as well as
reclaimed water reuse. This
includes appropriate unit costs
and/or cost functions for individual
unit process and components as
well as total costs for complete sub-
systems (eg water treatment
plant).
The estimated budget for this proj-
ect is $220.000. The first term end-
ing September 30, 2007, is estimat-
ed at $175.000 The second term
ending December 31, 2007, is esti-
mated at $45,000..

District staff will meet at District
headquarters at 10:00 a.m., July
21, 2006, to evaluate and rank
Letters of Interest. The Evaluation
Committee may request that some
or all respondents make an oral
presentation in advance of finaliz-
ing the rankings. If requested, oral
presentations will be made at the
District's headquarters on August
14, 2006. Respondents selected
for oral presentations will be noti-
fied in advance of the presentation
date. 'Staffs recommendation will
be presented to the Governing
Board at its September 12, 2006,
meeting.

Special accommodations for dis-
abilities may be requested through
Carol Taylor Miller, CPPB,
Contracts Administrator or by call-
ing (386) 329-4450 (TDD), at least
five (5) business days before the
date needed.

Linda G. Driggers
Budget Support Specialist
Department of Resource
Management
St. Johns River Water Management
District
P. O. Box 1429
Palatka, FL 32178-1429
(386) 329-4255
Idriggers@sjrwmd.com


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As per the request of
some of our readers who
want to hear about the
workings of Hollywood
from those doing it from
the inside; we present a
very talented sister who
is making her mark in the
biz. Nnegest Likke', first
name (pronounced w/a
long "a" Na-gace), and
last name (pronounced
Lee-Kay), is a
writer/director whose last
project was "PHAT
GIRLS, starring
Mo 'Nique for Fox
Searchlight Films.
The name is from her
father's Ethiopian side.
Likke' herself is a native
of Oakland, California,
where at age 12 she
began writing poetry and
lyrics in pursuit of a rap
career. She was one of
the Bay area's first
female rappers. After
high school, Likke'
matriculated to Clark
Atlanta University where
she graduated with a
B.A. Degree in TV &
Film. Making her return
to California, Likke'
became a high school
English and Drama
teacher for four years in
the Los Angeles Public


School system. Her writ-
ing skills eventually got
her in the Hollywood door
as a staff writer and then
segment producer for the
hit reality show BLIND
DATE. This lasted for sev-
eral seasons. Likke' even
had her own popular pub-
lic access talk show THE
TRACE & NEGEST
SHOW. She not only co-
hosted it, she produced
and wrote for it as well.
Likke' recalls how the
concept for the Phat Giriz
script came to fruition.
She explains, "I always
had in mind to write a plus
size story and make a
movie about what it is like
to be plus size in America.
The real deal, the ins and
outs. Not somebody in a
fat suit who didn't know. I
wanted it to be real and I
knew I couldn't write the
script until I found some-
body who could play that
role." And find the right
person indeed, is what she
did do when she cast super
star actress/comedienne
Mo'Nique for the lead
role.
Likke' elaborated on
the movie's box office
draw, which to the general
public may have seemed
like a modest reception
but she contradicts that
Likke' cont'd on D-5!


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DispelingitRumors:
Some hater or
prankster released a false
e-mail stating that actor
Jaleel Ahmad White
was found dead. This is a
big fat lie! White is a
UCLA honors graduate
and will appear in the
much anticipated film
DREAMGIRLS starring
Beyonce due out at the


end of the year. White is
best known for his famous
role as the nerd Steve
Urkel on the smash TV
Sitcom "Family
Matters." He is very
much alive, healthy, not
on drugs and is doing
quite well with several
new movie projects forth
coming.
Condolences:
Our prayers and heart
felt good wishes go out to


our own Stevie Wonder,
who will funeralize his
wonderful mom, the late
Lula Mae Hardaway this
Thursday at his church,
The West Angeles
Cathedral in Los Angeles.
Cards. may be sent to
Stevie's radio station i.e.,
KJLH-FM, 161 N. LaBrea
Ave., Inglewood, CA.
90301. Calls may go to
310-330-2291.
Condolences also go


out to the family of the
late great "fifth Beatle"
Billy Preston. The great
singer-songwriter and
performer was 59. He
succumbed to malignant
hypertension that result-
ed in kidney failure and
other complications.

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Likke' continued from D-1
notion. "Actually, thank
God, it was a big monetary
success. We made three
times the amount of
money back that we put
into it." The film will be
opening in Nigeria this
month and should find a
warm reception. Over in
the motherland, plus size
women are revered as full,
voluptuous, sexy and even
wealthy.
Likke' adds,
"Interestingly enough,
what appeals to the
African market and what
appeals here is totally dif-
ferent. I expected it to be
the same. I was quite sur-
prised that body image is
still an uncomfortable sub-
ject for a lot of people. As
much as we want to love
and be in tune with our-
selves, we'd rather be
somebody else than who


we are a lot of times. We
are in a place where we are
trying to find ourselves
here (America), whereas
there (Africa), they are
very comfortable with
body image and Mo'Nique,
is very big over there with
the Parkers."
As a black filmmaker,
Likke' is concerned about
the attitudes of some of the
black community regard-
ing the types of films they
say they want and the types
of films that they actually
go see. There were people
that were so caught up in
their own misjudgment of
what is what or who is
what, that said they would-
n't even consider seeing
Phat Girlz. This not only
didn't give the film a fair
chance to prove itself, they
missed how inspiring and
uplifting the movie really
was in terms of plus size
ladies feeling good about


themselves.
Likke' concludes, "I
think it was a travesty but
not a personal one. Of
course I would hope that
the box office could have
done better personally, but
much bigger than that, the
realm of what this means. I
am fortunate enough to be
one of the persons on the
other side of the door. I've
heard those conversations
and know what they are.
My biggest disappoint-
ment is what this means to
our people i.e., the African
American community and
the African American film
industry."
Likke' is currently
making a new film which
she says with a twinkle in
her eyes that it will be
something unexpected.


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WEEK OF 06/10/06


TV One
(Jacksonville Comcast
Channel 160)
Weekdays
9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Showtime at the
Apollo"
5 p.m. 7 p.m., "227" &
"Amen" block
7 p.m., "Good Times"
7:30 p.m. & 10 p.m.,
"Martin"
Wednesday
8:30 p.m. $ingletary
$ays "$ingletary $ays"
shows everybody how
they can "live rich" in an
entertaining, humorous,
and incisive manner, fea-
turing best-selling author,
syndicated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary.
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11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
* Sat. 6/10, 1 p.m. &
Midnight New Jack City
- Movie (1991) with
Wesley Snipes, Alien
Payne, Ice-T, Chris Rock,
Mario Van Peebles, and
Christopher Williams.
Mario Van Peebles stars in
and makes his directorial
debut with this explosive
action-adventure, "New
Jack City". Set in the mid-
1980s, "New Jack City" is
an urban tale of the rise
and fall of a Scarface-like
drug lord, Nino Brown
(Wesley Snipes), and the


two mismatched, maver-
ick ex-cops who infiltrate
his organization.
Desperate to bring down
his multi-million dollar
cocaine empire, they send
Pookie (Chris Rock), a
former street hustler and
rehabilitated 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. 6/10, 3 p.m. New
Jersey Drive Movie
(1993) with Richard
Yearwood, Bill Nunn,
Clark Johnson, Mia Korf
* Sat. 6/10, 3 p.m. Foxy
Brown Movie (1974)
with Pam Grier, Antonio
Fargas
*Sun. 6/11, 2 p.m. Full
Plate TV One original
series designed to enter-
tain, enlighten, motivate
and inspire busy African
American women to make


time for meals with the
people they love. Full
Plate introduces us to a
different hostess-a super
busy "superwoman" who's
been tasked with prepar-
ing and presenting a
home-cooked meal to her
family, friends or signifi-
cant other.
*Sun. 6/11, 3 p.m. The
Defiant Ones Movie
(1958) with Sidney
Poitier, Tony Curtis.
Directed by Stanley
Kramer
*Sun. 6/11, .5 p.m. &
Midnight A Family
Thing Movie (1996) with
James Earl Jones, Robert
Duvall, Irma P. Hall,
Michael Beach, and
Regina Taylor
*Sun. 6/11, 9 p.m. The
Bingo Long Traveling All
Stars & Motor Kings -
Movie (1976) with
Richard Pryor, James Earl
Jones, Billy Dee Williams
*Sun. 6/11, 11 p.m. B.


Smith Juneteenth Special
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Family celebrate
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ion model turned restaura-
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author, entrepreneur and
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is widely regarded as an
expert when it comes to
casual but elegant living.
A seasoned culinary
expert who was recog-
nized by Elle Decor as
one of America's 10 most
outstanding non-profes-
sional chefs, Smith is the
owner of three successful
B. Smith restaurants in
New York Washington ,
D.C., and the scenic Long
Island Hampton Village of
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Whassup continued from D-1
C e e b rity
Appearances:
Four of my personal
family 'of Hollyhood teen
stars were celeb guest of
the 2006 Strawberry
Festival held annually in
Garden Grove, California.
The lovely Davis sisters,
Aree and Dee Dee and the
handsome Williams
brothers, Oren and
Zachary were on hand to
sign autographs and min-
gle with the cheering
crowds.
Movies:
The Breakup;
Universal Pictures; star-


ring Vince Vaughn,
Jennifer Aniston, Jon
Favreau, Joey Adams
Lauren and a cameo from
Ann-Margret. Directed
by Peyton Reed. Produced
by Stuart Besser, Peter
Billingsley and Vincee
Vaughn. This movie has a
good pace and never lacks
in timing which is good.
Jennifer Aniston is very
adoring with loveable
mannerisms that make her
performance very memo-
rable. Vince Vaughn's
character is vintage
"macho-male," with his
lopsided views of what a
man and a relationship


should be. The situations
throughout the movie will
keep you laughing and in
some spots crying. For
some it may even be hard
to pick a side but
Vaughn's character would
most likely loose if a vote
were taken as to which
character was the favorite.
He was no match for
Aniston's on screen
charm. Check it out if you
have nothing else to see.
I'd love to hear from
you. Hit me up at feed-
backrych@sbcglobal.net.
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