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JACKSONVILLE,
Fla.-- Mrs. Teresa Pitts
is a concerned mother and
aunt about the problems
in Jacksonville but she is
also concerned that the
sheriffs office is trying so
hard that they (are pursu-
ing all young black males
as- potential or already
criminals of the city.
Mrs. Pitts said she was
traveling to Mayport to
honor her deceased father
and for her husband's


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Violent Crimes Nationwide



Jacksonville This Week:


Homicides, Carjacking, Adult Abuse


Anthony (Dale) Frazier
Murder Victim
JACKSONVILLE, FL -
- The FBI released a
report Nlonda) stating that
violent crimes in the U. S.
are on the rise. The report
indicated the :ioilLur. is
experiencing its biggest
one-year increase since


Sandra Winningham Gino Emanuel Bennett
Murder Victim Person Of Interest


1991.
The report shows that
Philadelphia homicides
jumped from 330 in 2004
to 377 in 2005, a 14 per-
i'ent increa se. MNhrder,' in
; Houston jumped from
272 to 334, a 23 percent


NEWS IN BRIEF

Students Fine Tone Adults Cannot Hear
The report does not say the age a person is \ hen
he or she is unable to no longer receive the high-
pitched sound but some.students have discovered and
are already% downloading off the Internet a ring tone
that is too high-pitched to be heard by most adults.
With it, high school students can receive text mes-
sage alerts. on their cell phones without the teacher
knowing.
The ring tone is a spin-off:of technology that was
originally meant to repel teenagers to help shopkeep-
ers disperse young people loitering in front of their
stores.
It has already been noted that children in China
may be using the technology to cheat on test.

Man Who Survived A 1930 Lynching
Died Sunday
James Cameron died
,i" Sunday at 92-years-of-
age but 'he almost lost
his life when he was 16-
~F y ,.. years-of-age. Cameron
S and two of his friends
:, were charged with mur-
..: :'"' during a white man and
raping ,his girlfriend,
II was busted out of jail in
BI Marion, Indiana and
James Cameron dragged to the center of
the to\\n. The first two men were hanged as the mob
cheered and danced in the street.
When the mob placed the noose around Cameron's
neck, a voice from the crowd proclaimed his inno-
cence.
In 1988, Cameron founded the America's Black
Holocaust Museum in a small storefront in downtown
News In Brief continued on A-7


increase and from 131 to,
144 in Las Vegas.
Jacksonville has
already experienced over
se\ ent\ homicides inl
2006 and the coli'ihn mt\
is scrambling tr\i' 1g It.
find answers that \\ll stop
this senseless trend.
Pliiladelphia's police chief
said more people appear
to be : settlin' disputes
with guns.


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Suspect
SMTRDER/
HOMICIDES
On -Monday, Anhliony
(Dale) Frazier, 23,
became Jack.oni ille's
" :.. hi c:'... lc-. 'F .I'n er
\\as killed in Sprin field
S\\here he \\as found in the
front" \ard on Westcott
Stirct about 9:30 p.m.
The community is still
concerned about the large


birthday when they
received a telephone call
that their son and
nephews were being beat-
en by Jacksonville offi-
cers.
The family produced
statements that were pre-
sented to JSO advising
that the three males,
Derry Menefee, 20, Virgil
Holback, 22 and Justin
Pitts, 22 were beaten and

Attacked continued on A-7


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Joe D. Harrell Murdered

January 22, 2006;

Family Still Mourning,

Killer Still At Large


The family, friends
and co-workers of Joe
Harrell wish to share
their feelings about the
untimely death of Joe
Harrell, 25.


He will not be able to
drive his dream car.
He will not be able to
turn 26 years old.
He will not be able to
become a surgical tech-
nician.
He will not be able to
draw anime art.
He will not be able
movie".
He will not be able to
tions.


Joe d. Harrell
Murder Victim


.to see "The Simpson's

attend his sis'te's gradua-


He will not be able to travel back to his favorite
state, New York.
He will not be able to celebrate his 5-, ear
anni\ ersar\ with Uni ersal
Hospital Services.
He will'not be able to hang out with his friends,
and cousins.
Hle will not be able to spend quality) time with his
family .
He will not be able to'joke around.
He will not be able to get married and have kids.
He vill not be able to fulfill his goals.
He will not be able to tell his family "I love you".

Joe Denard Harrell will not be able to do any-
thing because he was murdered. 'This is a small list
of things he will not accomplish. On January 22.
2006 he was found dead on Silver Street.
Harrell. continued on A-7

Jackie Brown Spoke Up,

Teens Received Jobs


At' the Tuesday
night City. Council
meeting, Jackie
Brown and several
teens that said they
had been promised
summer jobs attend-
ed.
In an unusual
move, only one teen
was allowed to
speak regarding the
broken promise but,
Ms. Brown who was
there with the teens,
yelled from the back
of the room "racism."
The teens were asked
to come back to City Hall
on Wednesday they did
and at least five were
hired at $6.40 per hour.
Ms., Brown has
announced her candidacy
for mayor of the city.


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New Bethlehem Baptist
Church featured a special
appreciation day and hon-
ored members of their
church who have put
extraordinary energies in
the church and in the com-
munity. Those honored,
from left to right: Yvonne
Brooks by Ms. J. M.
Thomas; Rosamary Butler
Thornton, Judy Smith, Rev.
Joe Calhoun, Delores
Woods, Darcell Dawson
for Lavera Smith, Curtis Ri-
chardson, Lawrence Starling,
City Councilwoman
Glorious Johnson, Darlene
Dawson Jones, Luther
Thomas, Elizabeth Jenkins,
and Elizabeth Manning. Ms.
Woods created the pro-
gram, City Councilwoman
Johnson presented the cer-


tificates. Rev. Martae Telfair Smith delivered the sermon "Is Your All on the Alter?"


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

27TH PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION-
The 27th Pastor's Anniversary celebration, honoring Bishop
Edward Robinson, Sr. and Lady Cynthia Robinson will be
held July 5-July and July 9 at Southside Church of God In
Christ, 2179 Emerson St. Services will convene
Wednesday-Friday nightly 7:30 p.m. Guest include:
Wednesday-Pastor James Sampson of First New Zion M.B.
Church; Thursday-Bishop Virgil Jones of Philippian
Community Church; and Friday-Pastor John Lumpkin of
Family Life Fellowship Church. Service will conclude on
Sunday, July 9 at 11:00 a.m.
ALL MALE BIBLE STUDY/PRAYER FOR YOUTH
AND ADULTS-Rev. Joe Howard, III, a displaced New
Orleans Pastor is coming to the Jacksonville area on June 17,
7;00 p.m. at St. James A.M.E. Church (Orange Park, Rev. Dr.
Alesia Scott-Ford, Senior Pastor). With the rise in murders
and crime in this area, Rev. Howard feels he can help men
and teens learn more about God and learn how to solve prob-
lems without violence. Youth and men will participate in a
citrn\ ide group activity% to dialogue and pra% forthe city. The
renown G. Vincent Lewis from Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church of Miami. Fla. \\ill facilitate one the sessions. Rev.
NMarclus King. Rev Ronald Ra\\ls. Re\. Roger Williams. and
Rev. F. D. Richardson \\ill also lead prayer at the meeting.
For more information contact Rev. Dr. Alesia Scott-Ford at


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Writing Condolences For Sympathy. Cards
Ii can be dijficull to o kno, what to : *Grandpa Earl will never be for-


write in a condolence card. You know
thai there is nothing batj canbe saidthat
will take away the grief. You know
nothing will bring the departed back.,
It's easy to think why write anything at
,all? Your words do bring comfort, how-
e er difficult e Nare to write. It does
touch the bereaved to know that.you
care. It may not bring back their loved
ones, but it does help. I encourage you
to send that condolence.!It can be hard
to' find Lhe words to add to a sympathy
card or. note to attach with flowers.
Mam are at a loss for words..It is nor-
mal to not to know what to say.
Remember lh2 :,our support and love
are what is important. Here are some
words to help get you started next time'
you send a sympathy card:
*My sympathies for your loss.
*You and your family, are in my
prayers
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Gotten.
*Alex touched our lives and will
be missed.
*You are in my thoughts and
prayers.
*You are in our hearts during this
Difficult time.
*Rachel's memory will live on
forever.
*I am sorry for your.loss.
*Bless you and your family.
*I am praying for you.
Include some, personal informa-
tion about the deceased or share a lov-
ing memory. A short reflection about a
time you hal together is also appropri-
ate. It can add a touch of personality to
your note.
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563-5761.
WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT 2006-Prophetess Karen
McNair and Women In Fellowship Ministries will host
Women's Empowerment 2006 "How the, Sistas Got Their
Groove Back" at Believers In Christ Christian 11565-107 N.
Main St. The Zoe Church International, Bishop Jerome and
Lady Myra Henry, are the hosting church and pastors.
Workshop session on Friday, June 23 begin at 6:30 p.m. and
the General Session begins at 7:30 p.m. Mini-Workshops
will be held from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 24.
Speakers include Pastor Deborah Bernard (Believers In
Christ Christian Center) and Dr. Barbara Mims (New St.
James Holy Family Church). For more information call
(904) 565-9176.
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.
T .' Nelson Turpin, Pastor).
Program participants
N T include Malachi of
SI Atlanta, GA., The
BANKHEAD-Rutha Gregg Fabulous White Singers
died June 11, 2:06 (Bishop White's Children)
BROWN-Althea J., died June and 'many local groups
7,2006..; and singers. A cordial
COLLINS-\\illie Pearl. 9, imitation is extended to
died June 12, 2006. the public to attend this
FOSTER-Fannie M., died vent in memory of a

JGOLDENe array, di ed J. great gospel singer and
206. religious leader who
2006. 7 1
GOOCH-Charlie B., died departed in March 2004.
June 8, 2006. 2006 SERIOUS
HARRIS-Bertha, died June 8, PRAISE-The: public is"
2006. invited to attend the free
HARRIS-Ciara Michelle, 2006 Serious Praise
died June 10, 2006. Services scheduled 'for
HATCH-Thomas L., June 11, June 28, 3:45 p.m., at the
2006. A.B. COLEMAN Father's House
MORTUARY/INC.
MORTUARYC. Conference Center, 1$20
JAMES-Berice, died June 6, Confeenc Center. .
2006. 6 Monument Rd. (Building
JONES-Sean R., Jr., 16, died 2). The service, spon-
June 8, 2006. scored by Sword and
KENNARD-Steven, 60, died Shield Kingdom Outreach
June 11, 2006. Ministry, Rev. Mattie W.
KING-Morris B., 76, died Freeman. Founder'Pastor.
June 8,,2006. ALPHONSO -features the Prais-cisers
WEST MORTUARY, INC. under the direction of Ms.
MILES-Lillie Bell, died June Kenshela Williams. Dr.
7, 2006.
7,2006. A Varonica Troup is the.
NESBITT-Mary, died June
12, 2006. speaker.
OVERSTREET-Mary LIVE CD AND DVD
Louise, 33, died June 9, 2006. RECORDING-A live CD
PIERRE-Luciria A. Pierre. and DVD recording to
died June 9, 2006. promote and benefit
RILEY-Arthur, Jr., died June Autism, Awareness and a
2, 2006. Scholarship Fund will be
SCOTT-Cedric Bonus, 33, held Saturday, June 24,
died June 6, 2006. ALPHON- 6:00 p.m.,at The Potter's
SO.WEST MORTUAR House, 5119 Normandy
INC.'
SHAW-James Alexander, 77, Blvd. A variety of guest
died June' 11, 2006. artists will include Judith
ALPHONSO WEST MOR- Christie McAllister,
TUARY, INC. Sheila Clayton Christie,
STEPHENS-Melvin, died Yolonda Stovers, Beth
June 12,2006. Martelli, Tim Jackson,
STEWART-Little Miss Merry Tomlison Bartley,
Kahniya, 1, died June 12, and Ray Whitley. Dr.
2006. Julie Buckley from
THOMPSON-Emestine, died Pediatc of
June 7, 2006. ALPHONSO eatrc art
WEST MORTUARY, INC. Ponte Vedra will discuss
WEST MORTUARY, INC.
TOOMBS-Deacon William, the DAN! (Defeat Autism
died June 11, 2006. A.B. Now) approach she uses
COLEMAN MORTUARY, to assist in the healing
INC. process of children with
WILLIAMS-Dennis, died Autism and Autistic like
June 11, 2006. A.B. COLE- symptoms. Delores
MAN MORTUARY, INC. Callahan will also discuss
WINSTON-Solomon the cause and purpose of
Denson, 84, didl June 8,2006. the LC Calahan
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New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208

Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Afternoon Bible Study
(Except First Sunday) 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday -Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor 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,
S Sunday School 9:15- 10:15 a.m.
Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
i Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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

MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr M A, M. Div. Pastor
Telephone. 1904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
Sulzbacher Outreach Ser. ic. 8 3 a m
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GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
SBishop Lorenzo Hall.. Pastor
Street Addrbss: 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,7:0 p.m:
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FLORIDA STAR


JUNE 17. 2006


The Red & Gold Junior Debutante Cotillion

It was a sea of brilliant, radiant, dazzling and beau-
tiful white gowns adorning five stunning young ladies
as they made their 'bow' recently at Eta Phi Beta
Sorority, Inc.'s biennial Junior Debutante Cotillion
event at the BE-THE-LITE Conference Center.
SThe young ladies presented were simply stunning as
their proud fathers and debonair escorts attended them.
And there were beaming mothers, grandmothers and
grandfathers as well!
"Prior to the event the five young ladies joined by
parents and friends enjoyed many wonderful, cultural,
social and community related activities during the
Debutante season", stated the local chapter's president
Mrs. Gloria Torrance.
The five young ladies making their junior debut
were: Mses. Destinee Asia Alex Home, Sydney Jane
James, Taila McClain, Venus Catchelle Howard
Mitchell, and Brenn D. Smith. Ms. Venus Catchell
Howard Mitchell was crowned Miss Red and Gold
and received a $2,000. Savings Bond. Ms. Sydney
Janae James was crowned Miss Gold and received a
$1500. Savings Bond. Ms. Brenn D. Smith was
crowned Miss Red and received a $1,000. Savings
Bond.
It was such a wonderful program with Mrs.
Cassandra Mitchell as Mistress of Ceremony joined
by Nelson Brown, Tobias Johnson, Mesdames
Gloria Torrance, Deborah Richardson, Marie
Williams, Peggy Spencer, Debra Waye and Rosa
Riggins as program participants.
The members of Eta Phi Beta chapter time during
the occasion to honor three community leaders.
Honored were Mrs. %Wilma Lauray, School
Administrator Robert Gresham and this column's
\writer Betty Asque Davis. We were each indeed grate-
fill for the recognition and I was especially pleased that
a former student of mine Mrs. Deborah Richardson
made the presentations.
It was a very, very delightful celebration! Kudos to
the event chairpersons Mesdames Virginian Johnson
and Debra Waye.
******
AKA Awards Academic Scholarships

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, Gamma Rho
Omega Chapter's Annual Scholarship Luncheon held
recently at the Holiday Inn-Airport was a splendid
affair with Ms. Bederia Moore, Esq. as the speaker.,
Ms. Moore a recent graduate of Florid State
University's School of Law and a member of Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority challenged the audience stating.
"Keep focused...on honesty, justice, stay ing on course,
maintaining a positive outlook and remaining respect-
ful to themselves as well as other."
At the annual e\ent the chapter presented three
young ladies with academic scholarships totaling
$14.500 based on the criteria of high academics, GPA's
(Grade Point Averages), and SAT/ACT (Standardized
Achievement Test'American College Testing-) and
financial need.
Ms. LaTesha M. Campbell. a graduating senior at
Jean Ribault Senior High School and the daughter of
Mrs. LaTonya Campbell-Cobb and MIr. Tommy
Cobb received an $8,000. Scholarship. Ms. Campbell
will begin her studies this fall at Howard University and
will major in English.
Scholarships were also awarded to Mses. Jadell
Jackson-$4,000 and Lisa Y. Smith-$2,500. These
young ladies are both junior Business Administration
majors at Edward Waters College and members of Nu
Iota Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Mesdames Gwen Flanders and Lois Prime are
chairpersons of the Scholarship Committee.
Now this is really marvelous! Congratulations to
these outstanding scholars!

*****!**



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Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
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See you in the paper!


Mrs. Cassandra Mitchell, the Mistress of Ceremony at
the Eta Phi Beta Sorority event. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)
(Photo by Betty Asaue Davis.)


The Red and Gold Honor Court: Mses. Venus Catchelle
Howard Mitchell-Miss Red and Gold; Sydney Jane
James-Miss Gold; and Brenn Smith-Miss Red. (Photo by J.
Carl Davis, Sr.)




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Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc Nu Chapter president, Mrs.
Gloria S. Torrance. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


A very proud father Calvin Mitchell III dances with his
daughter Junior Debutante Ms. Venus Mitchell, also
Miss Red and Gold. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

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Eta Phi Beta 2nd Biennial Junior Debutante Co-Chairs
Mesdames Virginia Johnson and Debra Waye with past
Red and Gold honorees. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

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The Robert Greshams with family friend Mrs. Inez Asque
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Mrs. Betty Williams Howard was happy for the reunion
with Mrs.lnez Asque from the days when Mrs. Howard
was a student at Brewster-Duval School of Nursing and
Mrs. Asque was a staffer there. (Photo by J. Carl Davis Sr.)


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Miss Red Brenn Smith takes her bow. (Photo by J. Carl Davis,
Sr.)


Community Honorees at the Eta Phi beta event
Mesdames Betty Asque Davis and Wilma Lauray with
Robert Gresham. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)



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Miss Red and Gold Venus Catchelle Howard Mitchell.
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. Gamma Rho Omega Chapter
president Ms.Beverly Shields with Scholarship recipi-
ents Mses. LaTesha Campbell, Lisa Smith and Jadell
Jackson and Scholarship event Chairperson Mrs. Gwen
Flanders. (PhAo Courtesy of Gamma Rho Omee Chapter, Alpha Kala
Alpha Sorority,lnc.)


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Gary Player Celebrity Golf Florida Federation Of Black

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Joe Clark


Rev. Wayne Perryman


NFL legend, Tim Brown (center) joins Peter Morales, president and CEO of 57 Main'
Street Imports (left) and Leah Weatherspoon of The Gary Player Group (right), at the -
annual Gary Player Celebrity Golf Invitational in Miami. Boschendal wines of South "
Africa imported by Morales' company were the featured wines at this celebrity Josiah T. Walls
gala. The event is hosted by South African golf pro, Gary Player, and the proceeds Josalls
help support underprivileged children in South Africa. Frances Rice U.S. Congressman,
Florida, 1870-1876
NIH Encourages African Americans To Make A Family Reunion' Affair


African/Americans are
a greater risk for Diabetes,
High Blood Pressure, and
Kidney Disease
As African-American
families across the country
plan their reunions this sum-
mer, the National Kidney
Disease Education Program
(NKDEP), an initiative of
the National Institutes of
Health, is encouraging them
to talk about several health
issues that disproportionate-


ly affect African Americans-
- diabetes, high blood pres-
sure, and kidney disease.
The NKDEP .urges
African. Americans attend-
ing reunions to reach out to
relatives who have diabetes
and/or high blood pressure -
- the leading risk factors for
kidney disease. Diabetes and
high blood pressure account
for 70 percent of kidney fail-
ure.
African Americans are


nearly four times more like-
ly than Caucasians to devel-
op kidney failure.
"Diabetes and high blood
pressure are all too common
in African-American fami-
lies,". said Griffin P.
Rodgers, M.D., acting direc-
tor of the National Instintte
of Diabetes and Digestive
and Kidne Diseases
(NIDDK). "The NKDEP
recognizes reunions as an
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tions can cause kidney dis-
ease and why it is so impor-
tant to get tested."
To help families talk
about kidney disease, the
NKDEP has created a free
Kidney Connection Guide
containing fact sheets about
diabetes, high blood pres-
sure, and kidney disease.
The guide outlines three
approaches to promote dis-
cussion among family mem-
bers: presenting a 15-minitte
Make The Kidne\
Connection health overview,
conducting one-on-one dis-
cussions \\ith family\ mem-
bers at risk. and distributing
kidne\ disease information
to attendees. In addition, the
guide encourages families to
use the U.S. Surgeon
General's online tool, called
"My Famil Health
Portrait," to trace illnesses
suffered by parents, grand-
parents. and other relatives.
"Kno\wing your family
'history can save your, life.
It's important to.take advan-
"tage of every opportunity to
discuss these important
medical issues with your
loved ones,." :says U.S.
Surgeon General Richard H.
Carmona, M.D.. M.P.H.
The goal of the NKDEP.


is to make the connection
between kidney disease, dia-
betes and high blood pres-
sure, and to encourage those
at high risk to get tested.
"Many people have fam-
ily members with diabetes
or high blood pressure, or
both. That's why it is so
important for them to talk to
their families about. these
risk factors for kidney dis-
ease, and help them under-
stand there are steps the\
can take to protect their kid-
neys," said Josephine P.
Briggs, M.D., director of
NIDDK's Division of
Kidney, Urologic. and
Hematologic Diseases..
To promote its family
reunion initiative, the
NKDEP is working with a
number of organizations,
including the International
Society. on Hypertension in
Blacks, the National
Medical 'Association, and
the COS-HAR Foundation,
which is raising awareness
through- Kidney Sunday.\
events at Africah-American
churches nationwide. For-
more information and to
download a free copy of the
NKDEP Kidney Connection
Guide, visit
www.nkdep.nih.gov/fami-
lyreunion.


Montford Point Marine Association
Announces Support of Missouri
Stem Cell Research And Cures Initiative
ST. LOUIS, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The St. Louis
chapter of the Montford Point Marine Association, an organ-
ization that represents the first African Americans to serve in
the U.S. Marine Corps, announced its endorsement today of
the Missouri Stem Cell Research and Cures Initiative pro-
posed for the November ballot. Their endorsement has them
joining hundreds of veterans already signed up across
Missouri in support of the Stem Cell Initiative. The Initiative
protects the right of Missouri patients to have their diseases
and injuries treated with any stem cell cures and therapies
allowed under federal law and available to other Americans.
Medical researchers believe that stem cell research could
lead to cures for diseases and injuries that afflict millions of
Americans, including sickle cell disease, diabetes, cancer,
heart disease and Parkinson's.
**********
U.N-Backed Court Documents Darfur Deaths
UNITED NATIONS The U.N.-backed court probing
war crimes in Darfur has documented thousands of civilian
deaths, hundreds of alleged rapes and a "significant number"
of massacres that killed hundreds of people at once, the top
prosecutor said Wednesday.
Many witnesses and victims have reported that three eth-
nic groups in particular -- the Fur, Massalit and Zaghawa --
had been singled out for attack in Darfur, Luis Moreno
Ocampo said inf a report to the Security Council. %


Jacksonville will serve as
the host city for the Florida
Federation of Black
Republicans (FFBR) Annual
Josiah T..Walls Fundraiser.
The fundraiser will be
held on June 24 at the
Wyndham Hotel in
Jacksonville. A silent auc-
tion begins at 5:00 p.m. fol-
lowed by dinner at 6:00 p.m.
Guest speakers are Joe
"Bullhorn" Clark and the
Rev. Wayne Perryman.
Joe Clark, a former
Army drill instructor, sees
education as a mission. He
worked while attending high
school to support his mother ;
and younger siblings.
He subsequently attend-
ed William Patterson
College earning his B.A.
and earned a Masters at
Seton Hall University.
.The feisty and polysyl-
labic-speaker was principal
at Eastside High in
Patterson, New Jersey. The
first day the school opened
in 1982 there was a stab-
bing.
Clark came in as princi-
pal in 1983. Two years later,
the school was declared a
national model institution by
New Jersey's Governor.
Clark \vas named one of
America's ten "Principals of
Leadership" in 1986. The
movie. Lean on Me. starring -
tivo-time Oscar nominee.
Morgan Freeman, is based
on his tenure at Eastside
High.
Rev. Wayne Perrmnan. a
,former publisher, recording
artist and radio talk show
host and now a bestselling
author, devotes much of his
time serving the Seattle,
Washington community.
Rev. Perryman's work with
children, gang members,
professional athletes and
major corporations, has
earned him numerous acco-
lades. His 'book
"Unfounded Loyalties"
debunks the myth that the
democratic Party has been a.
friend to the civil rights
movement.
Black elected officials
from around the state, Black
candidates, .other state and
local officials and Chairman
of the National,: Black
Republicans, LT. Colonel
Francis Rice ('Ret) are
expected to attend.
SThe FFBR, formed in
2002, has established clubs-
in 39 Florida counties.
Chairman Johnny Hunter
has stated that "the goal of
Sthe organization is to edu-
cate, enhance and empower
Black Republicans, and to
increase the Black
American/African American
republican vote to 40% in
the next election".
The Jacksonville contact
for tickets and information
is Lawrence Jefferson,
FFBR Secretary. He can be
reached at (904) 699-4002
or at.his email address: Imj-
efferson@bellsouth.net.


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Crimes continued from A-]
1 number of young black men who have been murdered and wants to seriously get to
the root of these killings.
Sandra Elaine Winningham's family and friends attended services for her on
Wednesday. She was found by her 12-year-old. A sheriffs officer was dispatched
to her trailer on Trout River Boulevard in reference to an injured person. Once they
arrived, the Rescue team announced her deceased. Ms. Winningham had a son and
a daughter. Her murder occurred teri days before her 49th birthday. An immediate
call went out for Gino Emanuel Bennett, 39, as a person of interest. Bennett was
later arrested for violation of probation charge and had not been charged for her
murder at the time of this writing.

CARJACKING
A 76-year-old woman was hospitalized Monday. About 4:00 in the afternoon at
Lem Turner and Helena Street, the lady met three young females in a parking lot on
Edgewood. She approached them and asked them if they knew Jesus. They in turn
asked her for a ride to a Chinese restaurant. The females dragged the elderly woman
along side her Toyota Corolla, causing her injuries that included a broken shoulder.
The vehicle was later located at an apartment complex near 45th and Moncrief.
All three of the females were arrested and were identified as Laquanda Hyman, 22,
Shawnta Shanks, 18 and a 16-year-old who lives in the 7200 block of Calvin Street.
All three face charges of carjacking with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery on
someone 65 or older and carrying a concealed weapon.

ADULT ABUSE
The above carjacking is also a form of elderly abuse and disrespect for the aged
but Linda Rosier, a 53-year-old caretaker, has been charged with throwing bleach on
a 32-year-old woman suffering with multiple sclerosis after the woman urinated on
herself. The patientwas admitted to Shands Jacksonville suffering from dehydra-
tion and anemia. The woman's anemia and dehydration stemmed from inadequate
amounts of food and fluid and her'body displayed second and third-degree burns on
-her back and buttocks from the bleach. Her caretaker, Rosier has been charged with
felonies but was already serving time for an unrelated petty theft charge.
Detroit, Los Angeles and New York were among several big cities that saw mur-
der.numbers drop.
Theories about New York's decline vary. Some experts point to favorable shifts
in demographics and the economy, as well as the crash of a once-thriving crack mar-
ket that fueled violence in the 1980s.
S Jacksonville is looking for answers and the sheriffs budget has been increased.
ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now!) is the
largest and oldest grassroots community in the nation. They have issued a procla-
mation and demanding JSO to implement policies in the communities oi Sherwood
Forest, Harbor View, Lackawanna and Mixontown immediately and that they be
/ gradually introduced to other troubled areas of the city that include bike, foot and
horse patrols; local officers, who grew up and reside in the area, walking the beat,
regular meetings with ACORN members, shift changes, officers involved in the,
community and Sheriff Rutherford taking a more active role in the everyday police
activities in the communities.
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Harrell continued from A-I
Someone decided to play God and take his life away.
Due to this selfish act I will not be able to tell my brother, I love him. Joe was
quiet, comical, reserved, arid a mannerable young man. To the perpetrator and any
person that has information regarding his death, please come forward. This is the
least you could do for Joe and my family. It is time for African-American men to
stop killing each other. Men should not use violence as a mean to solve conflict or
for personal gain. A lot of African-American men are wasting their potential and
talent. My hope for our men is to better themselves in every aspect of their lives.
Once our men recognize their value, they're able to love their fellow man, woman
and child.
Crimestoppers tip line is 1-866-845-8477 (remain anonymous, cash reward)
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office: 630-0500 (Case #06-65975)
Lavonne Harrell

Attacked continued from A-i
taken into custody.
According to Mrs. Pitts, Derry, Justin and witness statements, Derry and her 17-
year-old son were, sitting on the stoop outside of their residence. Derry had been for-
bidden to visit but was there when an officer pulled up and asked him what was he
doing there. Derry became frighten and began running. The officers, according to
witness, chased him and began striking him. Justin and Virgil went over to see why
and Virgil began filming the incident. Witness said Derry was already on the ground
as the beating continued. According to witness, there were several officers that beat
all three males. In fact, one described the officer as picking Virgil up by his hair
braids.
They were all arrested for resisting an officer without violence to his person.
Because Derry was in so much pain, he was taken to Shands but released without a
doctor's signature or medication. Two days later, he was taken back to the hospital
and was diagnosed as having a fractured ankle/foot. There were also bruises and
knots. At that time, he was provided a prescription for medication and, given instruc-
tions on how to care for his injuries.
Items from them at the time of arrest included such things as a lighter, cell phone
and the camcorder. There were no illegal items in their possession. Neighbors and
witness are still trying to understand why the three males were beaten.

News In Brief continued from A-1
Milwaukee. Six years later, the city sold him an abandoned 12,000-square-foot
gym for $1.00 and the museum was expanded providing visitors a history of the
struggles of Black folks in America from slavery to modern day.
Cameron is survived by his wife, Virginia and three children.

New Vaccine That Can Be Given
To Females Between 9 And 26
Approved And Protested
Some are pleased by the drug, Gardasil, which was approved by the FDA for
females between 9 and 26 years of age, and before they become sexually active.,
The drug protects against Human papillomav-irus. or HPV HPV is a common
cause of sexually transmitted disease. There are more than 100 types of HPV. most
are harmless and about 30 are sexual) transmitted. Some types causes genital
infections and can also cause cervical cancer and other gynecolTogical cancers.
Why dislike it? Many feel it will give youngg girls a green light to become sexu-
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ties respond to the solicitation below by 2:00 p.m., Friday. July
14, 2006. Further information is available through Onvia
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obtained from Onvia,DemandStar or the District by calling Jill
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the pre-bid conference.
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Board at its August 8, 2006, meeting.
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through Jill Williams or by calling (386) 329-4450 (TDD), at least
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Ciara To Co-Host Rhythm And Soul Awards

NEW YORK, NY-- -- The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) announced that multi-platinum award-winning
superstar, Ciara, will co-host the 19th Annual ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards
with ASCAP President and Chairman Marilyn Bergman. The invitation-only event,
which honors the songwriters and publishers of the most performed ASCAP songs on
the 2005 R&B, hip-hop and rap charts, is scheduled to take place on June 26. 2006
at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California.
Ciara was recently honored with three awards at ASCAP's Pop Music Aw\ards.
held May 22, 2006, for her chart topping singles "1, 2 Step," "Goodies" and "Oh"
from her multi-platinum selling debut album "Goodies."
After bursting onto the scene in 2004, the multi-talented star quickly rose
to the top of the charts selling over three million albums, which produced
three #1 singles -- "Goodies," "1,2 Step" and "Oh" -- in addition to t-o #I
collaborations -- "Like You" w/ Bow Wow and "Lose Control" A N hssy
Elliott.
To date, Ciara has received over 35 award nominations and \\ins r
total, which include accolades from the Grammy Awards, MTV Video ,
Music Awards, Billboard Awards, American Music Awards and BET T
Awards, t"oname a few. Ciara is currently in the studio recording her .
yet untitled sophomore album and, most recently, is coming off the
success of her first starring role



Universal Music Publishing

Group Signs Chamillionaire

To An Exclusive,

Worldwide Co-Publishing Deal

LOS ANGELES -- LUniersal Nlusic Publishin'
Group (UMPG) announced today the signing of Platinumr
Hip-Hop Artist. Chalmillionaire, to an exclusive, worldwide pub-
N fishing deal.
Follo\\ing his major-label debut The Sound Of Revenge released on Universal Records,
Chan mill ionaire is poised to take his place among Houston's current hip-hop elite, while the
00 r single "Ridin"' produced by Happy P and featuring Krayzie Bone is residing for the sec-
Sond \week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Top 10 on Billboard Hot 100 R&B/Hip-
Hop Singles. and Top'10 on Hot Rap Tracks.
The name "Chamillionaire" represents the unique style that defines the talented
urban artist, and his ability to change and adapt on the fly, forcing people to respect
the true breadth of his talent. And just as this MC moniker exemplifies,
Chamillionaire is anything but predictable and most certainly versatile: .
The Sound Of Revenge, was the breakthrough story of the holiday season,
debuting No. 10 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. The Sound Of Revenge
is the highest debut week of a new Universal album since 2003.
Chamillionaire's emergence as the hottest new hip-hop artist to
explode nationwide was further confirmed by a burst of accolades and
activity surrounding the coveted release.
*' A chorus of nationally syndicated tomes such as Rolling Stone
are raving about the debut disc -- "the next superstar in Houston,"
I L"hip-hop takeover," says the celebrated magazine, and USA Today
proclaims: "Chamillionaire proves he's ready for the big time with The
Suund Of Revenge."
Nlanaged by Charles Chavez, Chamillionaire joins UMPG's successful
R& B Hip-Hop roster, which includes 50 Cent, G-Unit, Ciara, Chris Brown, Mariah Carey,
Ice Cube, Ludacris, Amerie, Ashanti, Mary J. Blige, Printz Board, amongst others.








Missy Elliott To Star In Her Life Story

LOS ANGELES Missy Elliott will star in the big-screen version of her life story, Universal Pictures has announced. The untitled project-is in
the development phase, studio spokeswoman Jennifer Chamberlain said. The Elliott/
biopic will be produced by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal through their company,
Tribeca Films. Elliott, 34, began her music career with the all-girl group, Sista. She has
won four Grammys, including best rap solo performance for "Get Ur Freak On" in 2002.
She has released six solo albums, including last year's "The Cookbook." Her production
credits include tracks for Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake and Destiny's Child.

"NEW JOC CITY" Goes to Town
With #1 Hip-Hop Crown; Debut Album

Tops Charts as "It's Goin' Down" Stays Up

Si NEW YORK, NY--Block Entertainment/Bad Boy
South recording artist Yung Joc has scored the #1 spot on
Missy Elliott Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap
Albums charts with his debut set, "NEW JOC CITY." The
album also debuted in the #3 spot on the Billboard 200.
"NEW JOC CITY" features the smash single, "It's Goin' Down," which is now in its fifth consecutive week at #1
at Urban radio nationwide, and its second week at #1 at CHR/Rhythmic stations. The companion video for "It's Goin'
Down" is the #1 most-played video on BET, where Yung Joc is a "Rated Next" artist, as well as in Big Ten rotation
on MTV and Elite .8 rotation on MTV2.
"It's Goin' Down" is also enjoying explosive success in the ringtone world. Throughout June, Yung Joc is being
heavily featured across all major carriers including Cingular, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and Virgin Mobile USA. In
addition, Sprint has two exclusive non-album full-tracks available for download through the Sprint Music
Store."NEW JOC CITY" features groundbreaking software that gives consumers the ability to choose their own ring-
tone edit from any section of any song on the album. The CD will include the UrTone player, developed by ID
Interactive Inc., which will allow exclusive access to create personalized ringtones and send them straight to a mobile Yung Joc
phone.
Leading up to the release of "NEW JOC CITY," Yung Joc collaborated with DJ Drama on the "WELCOME TO MY BLOCK GANGSTA GRIL-
LZ" mix-CD. Next up will be the second track from "NEW JOC CITY," the self-produced "I Know You See It." The video, directed by Flyy Kai,
will premiere during Joc's MTV2 "Sucker Free Sunday" hosting slot as a "Making Of' on 7/16.
After grinding in the streets and doing what he had to do to maintain his rap credibility, the College Park/SWATS-bred MC is getting his chance
to shine through the tutelage of Block Entertainment/Bad Boy South. Poised as Atlanta's next major rap star, with the #1 debut of "NEW ,OC
CITY," Yung Joc has emerged fully grown into hip-hop culture's mainstream.

Southern Hip-Hop Superstars Field Mob Return To The Scene
NEW YORK -- Southern Hip-Hop Superstars, Field Mob get set to make their highly anticipated return to the scene with the release
of their new album "Light Poles and Pine Trees," which will hit shelves next week. After one too many bad deals and botched promo-
tions for their previous efforts, Smoke (Darion Crawford) and Shawn Jay (Shawn Johnson) are finally getting the look that they deserve
at their new home, Disturbing The Peace/Geffen. Following the successful release of their hif single, "Georgia" featuring Ludacris and
Jamie Foxx off of the "Ludacris Presents Disturbing Tha Peace" compilation' the Albany, Georgia
rap duo's third album will feature 14-tracks of sure-fire hits and all-star collaborations which will
be released nationwide on June 20.
S Featuring guest appearances by music's top stars and producers, which include Ciara, Ludtcris,
Bobby Valentino and Jazze Pha, Field Mob looks to cement their much deserved place as hip-hop
royalty through their ability to paint vivid pictures powered by their colorful, down home perspec-
S tive, making them stand Out for years amongst hip hop junkies. Currently on the heals of success
with their new album's first official single "So What," featuring Grammy Award Winning
songstress, Ciara which was produced by Jazzy Pha, Field Mob has recently inked a tremendous
promotional deal with Apple iTunes. For a limited time, with every purchase of the hit single, "So
What," consumers are given an exclusive Field Mob mix tape, which showcases 3 songs from
"Light Poles and Pine Trees."
With an overwhelming amount of online and radio support by fans, heavy airplay by video networks, in addition to the group's abil-
ity to maintain a top 3 position on AOL Radio, Field Mob is looking to redirect the Southern spotlight their way.


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Boys & Girls Club Winner To Spend Father's Day


With Dad At Ripken Baseball Complex In Maryland

Father's day will be a memorable occasion for Blossom Hightower, 12, and her dad. Blossom, a Victory Pointe Club member of the Boys &
Girls Club of Northeast Florida (BGCNF) will be attending Dad's day with her father at the Yard, June 16-18 at the Ripken Baseball Complex in
Aberdeen, maryland.
Blossom, along with 23 other Boys & Girls Club members were chosen by the Cal Ripken, Sr. foundation based on an essay contest that was
open to several Boys & Girls Club members throughout the United States.
Essay contest winners, ages 10-14, wrote essays based on the theme "Why I Want To Be Like Mdad or Father Figure."
AmeriCorps, a network of national service programs, judged the essays based on originality, relation to theme, creativity and composition.
Blossom and her father will be flown into Baltimore for a weekend of festivities including a baseball clinic and games at the Ripken Academy in
Aberdeen, led by Bill Ripken. They will also be taken to RFK stadium in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, June 18 to attend the Yankees-Nao6nals
game.


DCHD And Healthy Jacksonville: Healthy Men


Host 'Boys 2 Men' Community Basketball Challenge


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Healthy Men will host "Boys 2 Men" Community Basketball Challenge on
Saturday, June 17, 5:00 p.m. The event will be held at Andrew Jackson High
School, 3816-Main Street.
Area community organizations and churches will participate in a basket-
ball game that pits local professionals against local youth, This event will
highlight the importance of cross-generational mentorship and the need for
physical activity for a healthy well-being.

Adult Participants:
Rod Brown Community Rehabilitation Center
Vincent Johnson Shands Jacksonville
Troy McNair Hip-Hop Economy Network
Russell Motley CBS47/FOX30
Ken Pinnix 100 Black Men of Jacksonville
Mincy Pollock 100 Black Men of Jacksonville
Reggie Fullwood Jacksonville City Council
Charles Griggs DCHD
Rev. Torin Dailey First Baptist Church of Oakland
Larry Steele HOT 105.7 FM

Youth Participants:
Jacksonville Urban League
First Baptist Church of Oakland
Abyssinia Missionary Baptist Church and
other community organizations
The purpose of Men's Health Month is to increase awareness of prevent-
able health problems and to encourage the early detection and treatment of
diseases among men and boys.
The month also reinforces the opportunity for men to adopt the healthy
practices of good nutrition, regular physical activity, stress management and
periodic check-ups. Other events being held during Men's Health Month
include a "Boys 2 Men" Health Symposium and a City-wide Preventive
Screening Event.


In Duval County, the leading causes of death for men are heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and stroke, all of which could be successfully man-
aged and treated if caught early enough.
If the guidelines for proper diet, exercise, and screenings are followed, many of these leading causes of death could be avoided all together.
Prevention is the best way to avoid common health problems.
The DCHD and Healthy Jacksonville: Healthy Men have partnered with The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program and The Prostate Cancer
Awareness Program to bring Men's Health Month to Duval County.





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City Of Jacksonville Preparing For Freedom,



Fanfare And Firework Celebration


The City of Jacksonville River.


will celebrate the nation's
independence with
Freedom, Fanfare and
Fireworks on Monday, July
3 and Tuesday, July 4.
Events will be held at
Metropolitan Park and on
the Northbank and
Southbank of the St. Johns


Festivities will culminate
with Skyblast, the spectacu-
lar Fourth of July fireworks
show, in downtown
Jacksonville.
Beginning the Freedom,
Fanfare and Fireworks cele-
bration on Monday, July 3
will be a presentation of the


feature film Madagascar,
shown at Metropolitan Park.
Animal encounters, live
entertainment by the Fire
Dancers and dusk fireworks
shot from a barge in the river
will precede the movie at the
park.
The event is free and
gates open at 6:30 p.m.
Picnics can be brought into
the park. Beverages and
movie snacks will be for sale
inside the park.
This year's July fourth
Celebration is FREE and
takes place on Tuesday, July
4 from 4-9:30 p.m.
The celebration features
water activities, children's
make and take crafts, face
painting and temporary tat-
tos at Friendship Fountainl
and other vendors, activities
and entertainment along the


Final Tribute Paid To Legionnaire

Jimmie D. Harterson

S By Willie C. Simpkins

American Legion Post 197
S- mourned the passing of one of
their most intriguing, inform-
-. ative, and dedicated servant,
in the name of Jimmie
Harterson, who departed'this
S..'i life on June 6, 2006.
S. Legionnaire Harterson
S...w-'. wore man\ hats in and around
the post, including adjuncts,
.. ...t. ,Chainnan of the Athletic
Jimmie D. Harterson Committee. Chairman :of the
Sons of the American Legion
(SAL), Chairman and coach of the Lords and Ladies coed softball team.
As and educator. Jimmie \\as quite adept and know oledgeable about military) customs and
procedures. He wouldd reproduce and distribute copies of the Post B\ La\\s to his fellow
legionnaires. Jimmie decorated the Post \\all \ ith insignias representing each branch of mil-
itary service (six). He \\as a distinguished \Voiure and recruiter of 1604, the elite 40 & 8
Fraternity.
Additionally. Jimmie \ would expend a portion of hns own funds to assure that each kid
would d leave with a present during the Christmas Parties for kids. He would d purchase addi-
tional decorations for the auditorium and display them. One could easily surmise that the
Post was Jimmie's second home and family. He further acted in the capacity of the post
grounds keeper, keeping the grass cut. and cleared debris in and around the Post grounds. He
thoroughly enjio ed his tasks. He is gone, but certainly not forgotten.


Southbank Riverwalk.
On the Northbank, the
celebration continues on the
Riverwalk from the YMCA
building to the Hyatt
Regency.
Attractions include river-
boat tours, a 50-ton patriotic
landscape, misting tents,
' live music at the end of
Hogan Street, temporary tat-
toos, artists, merchandise for
sale, and food and beverage
vendors.
Entertainment will also
be provided by roving patri-
otic characters. Fire Dancers
and the Darede\ il Chicken
Club.
Ski blast. \\ill light up
the do\\nto\\n sk- at Q:00
p.m Fire\\orksi \\ll be shot
from the Acosta Bridge and
the CSX and Modis build-
ings and strobing on the
main Street Bridge.
Ideal viewing areas


include both side of the river in downtown Jacksonville.


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Dear Deanna!
My daughter is devoted to pursuing a singing career. She is
now discouraged because she feels that after 5 years of try-
ing, her prayers are not being answered. She feels a bit dis-
traught when she sees other teenagers her age "breaking
in". She has won numerous competitions and has appeared
at the Apollo Theater. I see her pain and hurt with her. I
know that my faith tends-to bend a little, but never in front
of her. What else can I do to help?
Concerned in South Carolina

Dear Concerned:
The first step is to make a demo tape and prepare a media kit. Once you have this pres-
entation you're ready to submit her information to record labels, music scouts and other
industry professionals. However, be prepared to do some work and ensure she has stage
presence and can be entertaining. Her day will come soon as it's meant to be but you
have to be prepared for true luck, which is simply being ready when the opportunity
presents itself.
******************
Dear Deanna!
My mother, husband and daughter have been driving me crazy for 3 years. My husband
is illiterate and I work two jobs, have to do everything and he only wants to have sex.
We got kicked out of our home and had to move in with my mom who hates him and
doesn't want me with him in her house. My daughter hates him too. He's cheated but
we can't seem to leave each other. I love him and sometimes hate him. What do I do?
Anonymous On-Line Reader

Dear Anonymous:
Your husband needs to get hooked on phonics so he can help you with some of the
financial and household pressure. Your mother and daughter love you and simply can't
stand to see your husband put you through so much drama. Issue an ultimatum to your
husband that he has to learn to read and write, get a job and stop his cheating. If not, he
needs to leave your mothers home while you get yourself together and keep it moving.
*****************
Dear Deanna!

My best friend just purchased a new car. She's very materialistic but that has never been
a problem within our friendship. Now that she has a new car, she doesn't call, we don't
hang out and I hardly see her. She's hanging with some new girls that never thought
about her before. I feel she's being used but her new friends have talked her into think-
ing I'm jealous. How do I let her know I'm still here for her no matter what?
Asia (Jacksonville, FL)


State of The Black Church

Dr. E. Lance McCarthy

There are more than sixty-five thousand black churches in this nation, with more

than twenty-five million members, representing more than fifty million dollars each

Sunday. Yet, the majority of the parishioners are broke! African American preachers

are not trained in business, yet they are expected to run the church-a business!



The African American Church, as we know it, has been the conduit for every move-

ment in the African American culture, from the abolishment of slavery all the way to

the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts. Now, in the twenty-first century, when you

look at the economic empowerment agenda, the Black church is being called on to

lead that. African American Christians, in order to accept the "Great Wealth

Transfer," must evaluate, analyze and get our "Money Houses" in order.



African Americans have an annual purchasing power of $600 billion dollars annual-

ly. It is said that 50% of all African Americans are touched by the Sunday morning

service. Therefore, the African American church controls $300 billion in purchasing

power. Understanding how to leverage this economic power, by teaching the individ-

ual members how to invest in the church and church related projects can assist in

preparing for the third generation. This would create jobs and teach the employees

discipline of finance. We have to move past consumerism and being just depositors

in banks.



Today's holistic strategy must include a new agenda item: finance strategies. We

must give our ministers financial training so they can advocate and implement eco-

nomic development, creating jobs and targeting new industries for growth. The

process will be the key to employment in the urban areas. Social solutions can't solve


Dear Asia:, i
the pressing economic problems like every American's right to have a job. The


In order to have a good friend you must be a good friend and your girlfriend obvious-
ly isn't with the program. She's temporarily in the fast lane taking a walk on the wild
side, which will soon fade. You should move on with your life and get a new hobby, set
of friends or whatever ittakes to keep busy. Pray for your friend because she's being
used like toilet paper and be there for her when the chips fall down.

Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeannal @yahoo.com or Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega,
Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Visit her Web site at www.askdeanna.com.


BACK ON BLACK
By Paul Tutwiler


One on the occasion feels compelled to discuss matters of pressing concern. The previ-
ous discussion on the murders in Jacksonville received a .ot of replies. Whether one
agrees with my assertions or not, I am pleased that we can at least raise enough dia-
logue that we can perhaps create a strategy to deal with the dilemma.
The responses that I received fell into two major categories. Those categories were the
citizens from the community and those from outside of it. The responses helped me to
examine my strongest opinions. Readers should understand that most of the dialogue is
written to our urban core inhabitants. It asks our citizens to examine lifestyles and social
issues that feed the community's depression and devalues our real property. It is intend-
ed to encourage, motivate, and challenge our citizens to stopcomplainirig and to do
something about life's issues. From the subjective point of view, I express kindred with
my fellow urbanites. I think one child loss is one child too many. Stray bullets and stab-
bings are absolutely unacceptable. Tears stain our sidewalks from the frequency of these
occurrences. So the message to those citizens, ask them to examine the question, of
"Why are you killing yourselves?" The attention to black on black crime asked the citi-
zens to reflect on the senseless multiple occurrences happening daily to bring an end to'
the violence from the perpetrators who tend to be neighbors and relatives.
My friends from outside the urban core ask me, "So, what's with the black on black
issue?" Citizens are dying all over the city and they are not just black. Neighbors are
killing each other; robberies, and assaults are at an all time high throughout Jacksonville.
The objective voice must be given that declares each child lost brings a deep pain to par-
ents. Whose child is more important to them? There is no defense to the argument that
we all love our children and pain of loss is the worst of. all nightmares. My heart stops
whenever any child comes up missing, or person has been lost to senseless actions
regardless of who the perpetrator is. When we lose our soldiers do we ask from what
community they came? I must apologize if readers received any idea from my writing that
I am insensitive to our common plight. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The work that I have engaged in as a community developer cannot be successful without
the citizens for whom I work. The Northwest Jacksonville Community Development
Corporation is building a 15 unit subdivision on the north side. A month or so ago, about
a block away from the Golfair Estates Subdivision a young woman was murdered.
The subdivision has made the news a couple of times. This anchor development for this
community represents so much hope for the future. At an estimated 2.8 million dollar
price tag, the subdivision will produce new energy efficient units that are on course to
meet "energy star" standards. This means low utility bills for the inhabitants. The new
fiber optics that will be installed is the first for this, community. Fast speed internet will be
available so individuals who work from home or that need these services generally can
choose to return to the urban core to live. The idea that we can produce new market rate
homes in the urban core brings the suggestion that this community can rebuild and that
we canstabilize the real estate market. Appraisals have gone from $70,000 to $123,000
on like units from 2002 to 2006. The community has been in a depressive state for
decades. So we ask citizens to not dampen the dream. We want to march on until victory
is won.
We further believe that the "we", the community should do everything possible to help
ourselves before asking others to assist. Citizen based initiatives presupposes that we
have a right to challenge each other to stop behaviors that threaten us all and make our
homes at risk.
You can dress up a swine, but in.the end "he" is nothing less than a swine in a tuxedo
which only results in a well dressed swine. We must change the being to have something
different, and alter behaviors to eliminate the stigmas that are attached to our community.

To b9th audiences I ask for support and ideas to further our society. Bringing the urban
core back into the 21st Century can be good for all of us. May God continue to bless us


objective is to incorporate a new economic player- the Church-in economic develop-

ment, from housing to manufacturing and international markets.



In pursuit of the spiritual realm, the pastor who forgets, or who ignores the fact that

his basic responsibilities must begin where the people are, does so at his peril and at

the peril of his parish. The Black church is poor, but it is still a multi-billion dollar

enterprise, and its poverty does not have to be a characteristic feature of its existence.

An effective ministry today requires effective funding and effective stewardship.-



Since the Black church is by all odds the best-funded institution in the Black coim-

munity, and since the spectrum of African-American needs continues tobroaden and

to escalate, effective stewardship in the Black church can no longer ignore the call

to Black empowerment and still claim responsible leadership. We are poised for free-

dom or we are programmed for disaster. The time for new directions is now. -


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Butler Middle School Results Of Prostate Screening At St. Vincent's

Praised For Raising Reveals Follow-up Testing Recommended


2006 FLDOE Grade


Joseph Wise


Betty Burney


Duval County Superintendent of Schools Joseph Wise
and District 5 School Board Member Betty Burney visited
Eugene J. Butler Middle School on June 14 to congratulate
the principal, faculty and staff on the school's 2006 account-
ability grade from the Florida Department of education
(FLDOE).
Butler Middle School, one of the country's previously
identified challenged schools, raised its 2006 grade to C,
from D in 2005, with a 42-point increase on the weighted
scale FLDOE uses to assign the grades.
In 2004, Butler received an F from the state. Butlers
previous school grades were D in 1999, D in 2000, D in 2001,
F in 2002, and a D in 2003.
Butler Middle School is located at 900 Acorn Street.
Nongongoma Majova-Seane is the Principal.



COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

-liiioui l' ni'ents ticwnllr l.s ha'lppenl'll aiid con mIitlIIri
events scheduled i J.ackswodide and the slrrou,,diiUe ia'a
EVENTS FOR JACKSONVILLE COALITION OF
AFRICAN AMERICAN PASTORS-Thursday. June
29 at Soutel and Norfolk (Magic City Food Parking Lot
at 6:00 p.m. the first CommunitL Unity Pray er Senices
POC: Pastor James Sampson. President of Baptist
Ministers Conference: Pastor Ernie NMurra\, St. Thomas
lMissionarN Baptist Church. Pastor Ton\ Hansbern.
Grant Memorial AME and Will Waldrop. Pastor of
Mount Nebo Missionary Baptist Church. Thursday,
July 6 at Harts Road on the grounds of Springhill Baptist
Church at 6:00 p.m. the second Community Unitn Pra er
Services POC: Pastor Nlichale Jackson. Springhill
Baptist Church. Pastor Fred Ne\%bill. First Timothy
Baptist Church, Pastor Eugene Diamond. Abysinnia
Baptist Church: Pastor Jeffrey Runlin. Da\ spring
Baptist Church: Pastor Da\id Thomas Joint Heirs.
Thursday, July 13 at A. Phillip Randolph Park at 6:00
p.m. the third Conunityr Unit\ Prayer Sernice POC:
Pastor Torin Daile\. First Baptist of Oakland: Pastor
Rudolph MNcKissick. Bethel Institutional Baptist. Pastor
Elh-in Parker, Corinth Baptist Church. Pastor Henry
Rhim. St. Joseph NMissionar\ Baptist Church. Pastor
Michael Ed\\ards, Tabernacle Institutional Baptist
Church, Pastor R.L.Gund\. Mount Sinai Missionary
Baptist Church. Unity Day \vill be held on July 15 \\th
fin for kids. 3 on 3 basketball with a $1000.00 prize:
Food and Drinks. Car Show\ Prize for the best Bling
Bling car of $1000.00 Back to School Supplies and
much much more.


For 11 Percent Of Local Participants


St. Vincent's Cancer
Committee and medical
Staff offered a free prostate
screening at St. Vincent's on
Saturday, May 6. Of 244
men screened, 28 have been
notified their screening
results are suspicious and
that further testing is.recom-
mended.
"This is about the num-
ber of abnormal screening
results we would expect in a
screening of this size," said
Dr. Paul Crum Sr., one of the
physicians who led the
screening.
"By no means will all of
these 28 men be diagnosed
with prostate cancer. Those
who are found to have
prostate cancer will have
excellent chances of surviv-
ing their disease. When
tumors are found early,i

IN MEMORY
.OF
Our Little Angels
in Heaven who
tragedically lost their
lives in a house fire,
six years ago,
June 18, 2000













Earlisha Jones
Yasmine Griffin

LITTLE ANGELS
When God calls little children to
dwell with Him above, We mor-
Uis soometimie question the wis-
dom of His love. For no
heartache compares with the
death of one small child, Who
does so much to make .our
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d.PerhYasmine Grifcain
LITTLE ANGELS




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departs, we who are before it can
mustgrow old.ize God nows children.
Angelsmuch ware need them, and sohe
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to view. Believing this is diffi-
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Chuck Gillus Dadd akind
knowsourwill always be "good
bye". So when a little child
departs, we who are left behind,
must realize God loves children.
Angels are hard'to find. .
We love and miss you with
every beat of our hearts.

Chuck Gillum. Daddy and
Your Family


treatment options for a cure
are readily available."
St. Vincent's prostate
screening included both a
prostate specific antigen
(PSA) blood test and digital
rectal exam (DRE), the main
screening tools for prostate
cancer.
Of the 28 men recom-
mended for follow-up test-
ing--15 had abnormal digital
rectal exam results; 11 had
abnormal lab test results;
two had both.The number of
men tested who received
screening results of concern
was 11 percent of the total
who participated.
"Some of the men in our

"HAPPY
BIRTHDAY"
To The Late


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Rev. Larry Barton
June 16, 2006
Shane, silent memories keep
you near as time unfolds
another year. Gone are
the days we Used to share
But in our hearts you're
always there.
Never more than a thought
away, Quietly remembered
everyday.
We Love and Miss You!
The Family


screening we recommended
go for follow-up will need
no more than a repeat PSA
test," Dr. Crum said.
"Others will need ultrasound
guided prostate biopsies to
confirm or exclude prostate
cancer."
Joining Dr. Crum for the
recent screening were Dr.
Mark Homra. Dr. Richard
Lewis, Dr. Ryan Perkins and
Dr. John Whittaker.
St. Vincent's Cancer
Data Services has notified
all participants of their
results.Registered nurses
from St. Vincent's Health
Link have contacted those
with suspicious results to be
sure they understand the rec-
ommendations for follow-up
medical care and to answer
questions.


Prostate cancer is the
most common type of can-
cer found in American men,
other than skin cancer. It is
the second leading cause of
death in men, but the sur-
vival rate when prostate can-
cer is found early is nearly
100 percent.
In spite of that, getting
most men to follow guide-
lines and get screened is
something of an uphill bat-
tle.


IN LOVING MEMORY
OF THE LATE
"Deon"


Who departed this life five years ago, June 18, 2001.
Although you are no longer with us in this present life,
you will always be in our minds and hearts.
Your smile will live on forever through your boys,
Deon Jr. and Derion.,


"HAPPY FATHER 'S DAY"


INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO T"HE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT


The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties respond to the solici-
tation below by 2:00 p.m., Monday, July 17, 20Q6. Further information is available through
Onvia DemandStar at www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-1712], or the District's website at
www.sjrwmd.com. Proposal packages may be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the
District by calling Carol Taylor Miller, CPPB, Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-4170.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NUMBER SK304FO
ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

The District requires environmental consultant services to perform various environmental
tasks related to ecological risk assessment and ecological toxicology related to District
project activities or activities of others that could impact District lands. The estimated
budget for the first term of this project is $150,000.00.

District staff will meet at District headquarters at 3:00 p.m., July 27, 2006, to evaluate and
rank Proposals. The evaluation committee may request that some or all respondents make
an oral presentation in advance of finalizing the rankings. If requested, oral presentations
will be made at the District's headquarters on August 9, 2006. Respondents selected for
oral presentations will be notified in advance of the presentation date. Staffs recommen-
dation will be presented to the Governing Board at its September 12, 2006, meeting.

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested through Carol Taylor Miller,
CPPB, Contracts Administrator or by calling (386) 329-4450 (TDD), at least five (5) busi-
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Glynn County Residents Say Enough to War
Residents of Brunswick and Glynn County, Georgia, led by Robert Randall, told the Brunswick News that
enough is enough and they want American forces in Iraq to come home. Mr. Randall told the News that "A siz-
able amount of people in Glynn County agree that we need to be getting out of Iraq," Randall said.
The group, according to the report, opposes the war in Iraq on numerous levels. They said the death toll is
already above 2,450 American lives and more than 10,000 Iraqis. In addition, the monetary cost of waging war,
he said, has created a situation where we are unable to meet the human needs that. exist within our own country.
The organization is called GlynnPeace and they have adopted a resolution to end the U. S. military presence in
Iraq and is looking for other organizations in the community to get with them and discuss their plan. They have
received support from veterans who have joined their cause.

SEX OFFENDER IN GEORGIA MOVE OR FIND A NEW JOB

Effective July 1, 2006, sex offenders in the State of Georgia cannot live or work within 1,000 feet pf places
that cater to children. This includes daycare centers, schools and churches as well as areas such as bus stops.
So where will sex offenders live in Georgia. This new law makes it very difficult for them to reside in the state
and many parents are not concerned about their difficulty. A Brunswick mother of three said that her children
range from two to 12 and she is happy to learn that they will not have to be concerned about being molested.
If a sex offender's job is within the 1,000 feet area, they will be required to cease employment in that area.
All offenders will be monitored to assure they are abiding by the new law.

CELEBRATING JUNETEENTH


Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United
States.

From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American
Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond.

Today Juneteenth commemorates African American freedom and emphasizes education and achieve-
ment. It is a day, a week, and in some areas a month marked with celebrations, guest speakers, pic-
nics and family gatherings. It is a time for reflection and rejoicing. It is a time for assessment, self-
improvement and for planning the future. Its growing popularity signifies a level of maturity and dignity
in America long over due. In cities across the country, people of all races, nationalities and religions are
joining hands to truthfully acknowledge a period in our history that shaped and continues to influence
our society today. Sensitized to the conditions and experiences of others, only then can we make sig-
nificant and lasting improvements in our society.

Juneteenth is an official holiday in the State of Florida even though most residents have not been told
and do not celebrate the day. Most African Americans see Juneteeth as a Texas holiday.


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Eight people were arrested in Atlanta during a
raid on a rap music recording studio, including
the CEO, Anthony Blalock of "Making Big Moves"
records.
Atlanta police had received a tip that drugs were
being sold at the studio. They did find drugs,
cash, weapons and pornography.
Another suspect in the raid was "Dem Franchize
Boyz, who recorded "Lean Wit It."
Even though the suspects managed to flush
some of the evidence, the officers were able to
confiscate fnore than eleven pounds of marijuana
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FAMU Football Training Camp To Open In August


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announced late last week.
The Rattlers' fall training
camp will begin with all
prospects reporting official-
ly to campus on August 6.
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light afternoon workouts
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August 7 through Thursday,
August 10.
Picture and Media Day
will be held on Friday,
August 11 from 1:00 to 4:00
p.m., following the morning
session, which will be the
first day of full pads.
Saturday, August 12
begins a stretch of 20 prac-
tice sessions spread out over


Court To Decide On Evidence In Williams Retrial

NEWARK, N.J. The New Jersey Supreme Court said
Tuesday it would consider whether the manslaughter retrial of
former NBA star Jayson Williams can include evidence of
what he did after the shotgun death of a hired driver.
In a related ruling, the court rejected Williams' bid to
appeal a ruling allowing his retrial on a charge of reckless
manslaughter.
Williams' attorneys argued that a retrial would amount to
double jeopardy because the earlier jury which found him'
guilty of covering up the shooting acquitted him.of aggra-
vated manslaughter, aggravated assault and a weapons
charges stemming from the same shotgun blast.
Prosecutors want the retrial because the jury didn't reach a
Jayson Williams verdict on the reckless manslaughter charge.
The driver, Costas "Gus" Christofi, was shot at Williams' Hunterdon County estate as
Williams was giving a group of people a tour after a night out. Williams' defense maintained
the 2002 shooting was an accident, and that Williams panicked afterward.
The 38-year-old former New Jersey Nets center could face up to five years in prison
when sentenced on the coverup charges. Reckless manslaughter carries up to 10 years.
Williams' spokeswoman Judy Smith had no immediate comment on the rulings, both vic-
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when daily afternoon drills
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Florida A&M will open
its' 2006 season against
Delaware State University in
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James Blake defeated
Justin Gimelstob 7-5, 6-1
Tuesday in an all-
American match at the
grass-court Queen's Club
tournament, a tuneup for
Wimbledon.


B-CC's Jose Ortiz-Rivera

Make All-Freshman Team
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Almost
a week after the end of a mag-
nificent 2006 baseball season
for Bethune-Cookman
College, Mid-Eastern Athletic
Conference (MEAC) Rookie
of the Year and All-MEAC
Tournament MVP, Jose Ortiz- ..
Rivera, has been named to the
Louisville Slugger Freshman
All-American Baseball Team.
Ortiz-Rivera, a 5-9, 160-
pounder from Juncos, Puerto
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Rico, finished the season bat-
ting .282 with a league-leading 57 runs scored. He also pro-
duced a team fourth-best 58 hits and 20 RBI. He swiped 16
stolen bases with 107 putouts from his centerfield position.
Last weekend during the NCAA Tournament (Oxford
Regional) in Oxford, Miss., Ortiz-Rivera scored two runs
against Tulane, and registered seven putouts and one assist in
two games played for the Wildcats. The 'Cats fell to eventu-
al Regional champ Ole Miss (3-4) on Friday, and then
against Tulane (12-7) on Saturday afternoon before receiv-
ing a standing ovation from the sell-out crowd of 7,018 the
entire way back to the bus on both days.
He was the only player from the Mid-Eastern Athletic
Conference (MEAC) named to the All-Freshman Team, as
well as the only player from a Historically Black
College/University (HBCU) to earn the honor.


Steelers Quarterback May Be Released Soon

PITTSBURGH The Pittsburgh Steeler's Super Bowl-
winning quarterback, Ben-Roethlisberger, was upgraded to
fair condition at Mercy Hospital on Tuesday, June 13 a day
after his bloody motorcycle accident at a busy Pittsburgh
intersection left him and his team shaken.
S l Despite being tossed high into the air after his made-for-
speed motorcycle rammed into a car, causing him to smack
his head on the car's windshield, Roethlisberger escaped
career-threatening injuries. He could be out of the hospital
within three to five days While'the Steelers aren't yet talk-
ing about accident, which occurred when Roethlisberger was
riding helmet-less on a racing motorcycle, it is all but certain
Ben Roetlesburger they found his latest medical update \ern encouraging.
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Notice is hereby given that the Jackonville Transportation Authority
announces its proposed DBE goal of 15% for FY 2006-2007. Funds
expended for USDOT assisted contracts are affected by this goal. The
goal is exclusive of JTA's expenditures for transit vehicles. A public
workshop regarding the goal will be held Tuesday, July 18, 2006 in the
JTA .Board Room located at 100 North Myrtle Avenue, Jacksonville,
Florida at 5:30 p. m.

It is the intent of the JTA dtat this expendituregoal be obtained through a
race neutral arid race conscious program to the maximum extent feasible.
A copy of the proposed goal statement is available for review during
normal business hours at the JTA Administrative Office. Conrrents may
be directed to Kenneth Middleton, Contract Compliance Program
Manager at the address below.

JTA will accept written or oral comments on the goal for 45 days
following the date of this notice.

Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Attention: Ken Middleton
Contract Compliance Program Manager
100 North Myrtle Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32204
(904) 598-8728

Special accommodations (braille, large print, sign language interpreters,)
for persons with disabilities are available upon request. To assist us in ,
meeting specific needs, prior notice of at least 3 business days would be
appreciated. Call Ken Middleton at (904) 598-8728 or e-mail at
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INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO THE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested par-
ties respond to the solicitation below by 5:00 p.m., July 18, 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 Wendy L. Miller,
CPPB, Sr. Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-4118.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NUMBER
SK402AA

DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES FOR

EMERALDA MARSH RESTORATION PUMPING
AND CONVEYANCE STRUCTURES

To design and construct pumping facilities and structures to con-
trol water levels and provide nutrient treatment of the Eustis
Muck Farm and Long Farm surface waters. Interested firms shall
be (1) certified under section 489.119, Fla. Stat., to engage in
contracting through a certified or registered general contractor or
a certified or registered building contractor as the qualifying
agent; and (2) certified under section 471.023, Fla. Stat., to prac-
tice or to offer to practice engineering, or certified under section
481.219, Fla. Stat., to practice or to offer to practice architecture.

The estimated budget for this project is $600,000.

District staff will meet at District headquarters at 9:00 a.m., July
27, 2006, to evaluate and rank Letters of Interest. A notice of
District staff's decision will be provided to all respondents. A
Request for Proposals and Design Criteria Package will be pro-
vided to the short list of firms. If requested, oral presentations
will be made at the District's headquarters on August 29, 2006,
and will occur during thb second step of the Design-Build solici-
tation process (Request for Proposals). Respondents selected
for oral presentations will be notified in advance of the presenta-
tion date.

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

"PUBLIC NOTICE"
Invitation to Submit Appraiser Proposals

To Whom it May Concern:

The St: Johns River Water Management District is soliciting pro-
posals from qualified real estate appraisers to provide appraisal
services for the District during Fiscal Years 2006-07 & 2007-08.
District boundaries include all or part of 18 counties in northeast-
ern and central eastern Florida. If you are an experienced real
estate appraiser in these areas and are interested in being con-
sidered for possible future assignments, please request an
Appraiser Proposal Respondent package by contacting:

St. Johns River Water Management District
Maretza C. Le Donne, BRS II
Division of Land Acquisition
4049 Reid Street
Palatka, Florida 32177
Phone (386) 329-4397-
mledonne@sjrwmd.com
OR

If you have any questions please contact, Raymond B. Bunton,
Jr., Director, Division of Land Acquisition at the above telephone
and address.

All responses must be submitted on Appraiser Proposal
Respondent Forms and received by the District no later 'than
4:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 26, 2006.

-District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:30 a.m.,
August 16, 2006, to evaluate and rank proposals. Final staff rec-
ommendations will be presented to the Governing Board at its
September 12, 2006, meeting. ,


The.District reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to
waive any minor irregularities in the proposal procedure, and to
accept, in its full discretion, the proposals which it considers to
be most favorable to the District's interests.


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(JUNE 17, 2006-JUNE 23, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) You are one of
the most inde-
pendent of peo-
ple, but you also
get on well with
your friends. This
week the two things will
come together. It could be a
wonderful week for doing
things with your friends, and
the accent is very much on
being sociable. However,
you may have particular
problems, to which you just
can't find the answer. Here is
where your friends come in.
Amongst them, there is like-
ly to be someone with just
the expertise or balanced
mind that will throw light on
your dilemma. Don't be too
shy and ask them for help.
,Later in the week, there
could be some obstacles to
some of your plans. This
week lucky numbers are:3,
7, 13, 21, 25.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21) This week will
D bring some good
news for you, and
provide a fortu-
nate backdrop.
Therefore, instead of feeling
frustrated and depressed at
some of the other obstacles
and difficulties that are like-
ly to make themselves felt
this week, hang on to the
knowledge that, overall,
everything is going accord-
ing to plan. You may also
need to make some adjust-
ments to your plans or your
thinking. Something that has
been around a long time, or
some idea that you have
been treasuring, may have to
go. This week lucky num-
bers are: 20, 26, 28, 34, 40.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) Try as you will to
D sol\ e certain prob-
lems, it just does-
n't seem to work
S out. Either you
don't have the right facts to
work on, or when you try
and concentrate your mind
darts everywhere and will
not settle on the problem in
hand. A\oid making com-
:mitments. Dela -any:'final
decisions until next \week.
You may\ ha\e a long jour-
ney in mind. If at all possi-
ble, wait until next week.
This week lucky numbers
are: 3, 11, 17, 23.,27.
Cancer June 21-
July 22) It
looks like you've
been feeling
stressed in recent
weeks. This week
could bring some pleasant
developments on the roman-
tic front. Even ordinary
friendships are likely to be
especially enjoyable. You
are among the most sympa-
thetic of signs, and people
sometimes tend to turn for
you for comfort. Let them
cry on your shoulder if you
will, but don't let yourself
become depressed alongside
them. Other people around
you may have some rather
dramatic moments later in
the week, but the problems
are not yours. This week
lucky numbers are: 4, 6, 12,
24, 34.
Leo (July 23 August
22) Change is all about you.
One unexpected
I I event follows


I I another, and it is
very hard for you
to make firm plans. It is
going to be like this for a
few days, so avoid making
any irrevocable decisions.
Just wait and see what
develops. This is especially
relevant on the career front.


19) It hasn't been
the easiest month
so far, but things
should start
improving quietly. You may
feel as though you are mak-
ing no progress, and if you
are not carell you could
feel rather loW and lifeless,


Now is the time to prepare
yourself, and then when
opportunity arises and the
time is right, you will be
able to move. This week
lucky numbers are: 5, 13,
17, 23, 25.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22) You love
to be useful, and
now you will real-
ize that you truly
are. Fortunately,
people like you are flexible,
and this is just as well with
so many circumstances in
flux around you. The gener-
al atmosphere around you is
sociable and friendly, and
you are able to solve minor
emergencies for family and
friends. In fact, towards the
end of the week, the
prospects are bright for a
very pleasant, maybe some-
what nostalgic family time.
This week lucky numbers
are: 20, 26, 30, 32, 38.
Libra (September 23
- October 23)Not every-
D thing is going
exactly as you'd
like, but if you
stand back, you'll
see that it's not so bad!
Although you always try to
see a balanced view, you do
tend to cherish the ideas
with which you started. You
may have made plans, or
had firm expectations, and
find that they just can't work
out. No problem! Life has
dealt you a different
timetable this week! Go
with it, and you'll .find that
unexpected good' things
await you. If you resist, you
deny those things to your-
self, and make uncomfort-
able waves around you.
This week lucky numbers
are: 3, 9, 13, 19, 55.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21) You've
been turning
things over in
your mind in the
last few days.
Somehow, you're in a pen-
sive mood. You may feel
rather under pressure, and be
inclined to resist the sugges-
tions of other people. You
are naturally resistant t'b-be
Told what top do; it puts your
hackles up. However, keep
all your options open this
week. Amongst the sugges-
tions on offer, there could be
something rather good.
There's no need to say yes or
no just now. Ponder it all,,
but be prepared to be rather
more. flexible than usual.
This week lucky numbers
are: 2, 44, 46, 58, 74.
S a git ta rii u s
(November 22 -
December 21) You've
~ been feeling out of
sorts with yourself
and the world for a
while now, but it's
all about to change! This
recent period, during which
you've been. unusually
reflective, has been very
beneficial and given you a
fresh outlook that will stand-
you in good stead. Be wary
on Wednesday. Things may
not be what they seem, and
there could even be some-
one who is trying to deceive
you. This week lucky num-
bers are: 9, 17, 27, 39, 59.
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but in fact, all is merely
preparation for some won-
derful opportunities in store
for you next month. Don't
allow yourself to get wor-
ried and frustrated. Enjoy
the good things that are like-
ly to happen on Tuesday,
and be ready for a possible
romantic development at the
weekend. Things are very
unsettled on the financial
front, but if you look, hard at
Tuesday's events, you may
find something to your
advantage. This week lucky
numbers are:12, 30, 48, 54,
58.
Aquarius (January
20 -February 19th)
SPeople born under
your sign strong
in their charts can
be very puzzling
to deal with. You're friendly
but detached, often viewing
the world with an air of mild
amusement. On the other,
you can be unpredictable
and bad-tempered...although
you don't-mean it. Anyone
living successfully with you
knows not to take eruptions
seriously, and to. duck until
the stonn passes. From your
point of view, you know that
you al\i a s mean well. It's
just that sometimes you
need to be left alone. This
week is going to be stormy.
Nevertheless, you are going
to need to take part in some


teamwork, and so had better
try to count to ten before you
lose your cool. This week
lucky numbers are: 7, 25,
61, 65, 83.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20) This
could turn out to
be a quiet week.
You can enjoy the
company of friends, and can
get ahead with any creative
work or hobby that you have
in hand. Short journeys are
favored, especially on
Tuesday, and on Wednesday
and Thursday something
could happen at work that is
very much to your advan-
tage. As with last week, your
thoughts may be turning
towards educating yourself,
and the whole area of heal-
ing, especially alternative
healing, may be increasingly
attractive to you. There may
be some awkward happen-
ings later in the week, but
they should not involve you
too closely. You may find
yourself in a position to help
a person or people near you.
If you rely upon your very
good intuition, you are like-
ly to survive the possibly
stormy waters of next week-
end, and be ready to enjoy
the positive and creative
mood of next week.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 26, 30, 38, 48, 54.


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FAMILY PRACTICE
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Margaret Huettner
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5645 North Green Bay Avenue
Glendale, WI 53209
Plaintiff
vs.
Alan Dorman
2014 Mayport Road
Jacksonville, FL 32233
Defendant

LARGE CLAIMS PUBLICATION
SUMMONS FOR MONEY JUDGMENT
CASE CODE: 30301
Case No. 06-CV-2698

Honorable Patricia D. McMahon, Presiding

STATE OF WISCONSIN to the person named.above as a Defendant:
You are herby notified that the Plaintiff named above has filed a lawsuit
or other legal action against you. The Complaint, which is also served
on you, states the nature and basis of the legal action.

Within forty-five (45) days after June 22, 2006 you must respond with a
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that does not follow the requirements of the Statutes. The answer must
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Randy J, Wynn, Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 3900 West Brown
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Meet The Crips Real Co- Founder, Zane Smith
Photos 2006 by Andre'B. Murray/www. bernagency.photoreflect.com


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This particular fea-
ture is a different slant
from the entertainment
material I do weekly. It
deeply pains this colum-
nist to see and hear
about the senseless vio-
lence, loss of life, pro-
liferation of drugs and
lack of hope and posi-
tive motivation in our
communities. With the.
recent execution of
Stanley "Tookie"
Williams by the State of
California, there has
been much speculation,
unproven theories, and
several versions as to
the origins of the Crips
street gang in Los
Angeles whose mem-
bers have spread like a
cancer across the U.S.
and other countries.
I was introduced to
one of the three original
founding fathers of the
Crips, Zane Smith.
According to Smith;
Little Sam Simmons,
the late Raymond
Washington and himself
were the three who
started it all. Smith
broke down the true his-
tory of how it all began


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which can be corroborat-
ed by other original gang
members from that era
who back his story along
with photos and clips.
The early 70's, until
1973, were basically the
wind down years and end
to the modern civil rights
movement created by the
Rosa Parks Montgomery
Bus event in 1955. Smith
had become involved
with civil rights from
what he witnessed on the
streets which bordered
Watts and Compton
where he grew up.
Smith first organized
the baby Black Panthers
as a result of having been
inspired and mentored by
the LA Chapter, Black
Panther Party leader
Bunchy Carter and see-
ing first-hand police bru-
tality. According to
Smith, it was during this
period circa 1971 that he
met and became friends
with "Little Sam"
Simmons at Centennial
High who was now liv-
ing in Compton because
he had been kicked out of
Freemont High on the
east side of Los Angeles.
According to Smith, little
Sam had been affiliated
with an LA street outfit
called "The Baby


acronym with several
meanings -as it has.been
so widely reputed. "Not
so," says Smith. Sources
have even said that the
Crips and Bloods were
formed by a white social
scientist at Stanford
University. "Not. true,"
says Smith.
About a half year,
after the Crips had been
in full bloom, Smith had

Smith cont'd on D-5!


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Crawford) and Shawn Jay
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Mehcad Brooks to Receive 'Rising Male Star of the

Year' at Home Entertainment Convention


Actor Mehcad Brooks will
receive the Rising Male Star of
the Year Award at VSDA's
Home Entertainment 2006, the
annual convention for the home
entertainment industry, repre-
sentatives of the show
announced today. Brooks will
receive the award on July 11,
2006 at the Venetian Resort
Hotel Casino in Las Vegas,
Nevada. VSDA's Home
Entertainment 2006 brings
together retailers, distributors,
and suppliers of DVDs and
video and computer games to
learn about upcoming releases
and industry developments and
to celebrate the $32 billion home
entertainment industry.
"Mehcad Brooks has the tal-
ent and charisma of an actor
who is destined for a great
career," said Bo Andersen,


President of the Entertainment
Merchants Association (EMA),
which is presenting VSDA's
Home Entertainment 2006. "We
expect that the Rising Male Star
of the Year Award will be one of
many accolades that Mehcad
receives from the entertainment
industry."
Named by Daily Variety as
one of "Ten Young Actors To
Watch," Mehcad Brooks has cer-
tainly been watched by many for
his recurring role as Matthew
Applewhite in the television hit
Desperate Housewives. A gradu-
ate of the University of Southern
California's School of Cinema
and Television, Brooks most
recently appeared in movie the-
aters in Glory Road, the story of
the 1966 college basketball team
that broke racial barriers and
made history in the NCAA


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basketball player in addition to
playing football and baseball.
His first entries into the enter-
tainment industry came as guest-
starring roles on Malcolm In
The Middle, Boston Public, One
On One, Cold Case, and the
Disney television movie Tiger
Cruise.
Season 2 of Desperate
Housewives premieres on DVD
August 29th.


Smith continued from D-1
an encounter with a youngster in a
park. The kid was out of
Washington High on the city's
west side who had a small sect that
was called "The Smacks." Smith
made him an offer he couldn't
refuse i.e., join us or else! At the
time of the offer, Smith's massive
Crips numbers surrounded the
kid's small crew. Wisely, the kid
along with his crew accepted
Smith's offer and became Crips.
That kid was Stanley "Tookie"
Williams. This is actually how he
became a Crip, "after the fact," not
before. So despite what you have
read or heard, Tookie was not one
of the founding Crip members
even though he had his own origi-
nal sect, "The Smacks."
Being a natural leader, Smith
successfully organized and
recruited over one thousand mem-
bers. Smith's original concept was
to bring youth in the hood togeth-
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Smith continued from D-4
er with the idea of broth-
erhood and unity in mind,
but his ideals backfired.
The reality was that a
curse had been unleashed
on the community.
Especially after the
reputed government
sponsored crack cocaine
and assault weapons
were unleashed in the
hood. The epidemic
results would become
disastrous and deadly for
several generations to
come.
After the first gang
related murder occurred,
where Smith was neither
present nor involved, he
left the gang because he
was having personal
issues with his father
leaving the family and
could not relate to the
ignorance and senseless-


ness of the new found
Black on Black violence.
As a Baby Black Panther,
his mindset had .been
steeped in loyalty to his
black consciousness.
Unfortunately, the leader-
ship void that Smith's
absence created along
with the increased size of
the organization, gave
way to a different agenda
due to petty conflicts, big
egos and geographical
differences. A major war
broke out in Compton
which led to sects splin-
tering off where some
Crips (particularly The
Piru in Compton), broke
off completely and even-
tually created the original
rival Bloods.
After all of these
years, Smith has
remained silent long
enough. He is very


remorseful and sorry
about this cancer he
helped create and wants
it to stop. By coming for-
ward and telling the
truth, Smith hopes the
youngsters who identify
with the glamour of
gangs will listen and
heed his words of wis-
dom and not get involved
\\ith this insanity. Smith
stayed underground with
his knowledge for sever-
al reasons. One being the
FBI Cointelpro Program
to destroy people in his
position. The main rea-
son as Smith puts it,
"None of us were coming
forward to talk about it
because many of us were
ashamed of what it had
turned into." Smith had a
chance meeting with his
last surviving co-founder
little Sam about a year


ago and said, "When I
shared my feelings with
Sam about the situation
we had created and how
bad it is now, tears started
to roll down his checks. I
said I know how you feel.
It started hitting him real
hard and he said, "we
started all of this stuff'."
Smith continued, "I
said it's OK. God has put
it on my heart to apolo-
gize for this. We made
some mistakes as kids
but the youth of today are
following us and we have
to fix_ this by telling the
truth." Zane Smith is the
real deal O.G. (original
gangster) and is truly on a
mission to inform and
wake up the gang
bangers and wannabe
gang bangers to the truth
and reality about life in a
positive mode.


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HIGHLIGHTS
WEEK OF 06/17/06


TV One
(Jacksonville Comcast
Channel 160)
Weekdays
9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Showtime at the
Apollo"
5 p.m. 7 p.m., "227" &
"Amen" block
7 p.m., "Good Times"
7:30 p.m. & 10 p.m.,
"Martin"
Wednesday
8:30 p.m. $ingletary
$ays "$ingletary $ays"
shows. everybody how
they can "live rich" in an
entertaining, humorous,
and incisive manner. fea-
turing best-selling author,
syndicated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary.
Saturday
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit with


Donna Richardson Joyner,
www.donnarichardson. co
m
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
*Sat. 6/17, Noon, "Marry
Me" Marathon TV One
salutes June brides with
weddings from "Amen",
"227", "Martin", and more
on Sat, Jun 17th at noon.
*Sat. 6/17, 10 p.m. "Get
the Hook Up" ,-
Contestants compete to
win a fabulous dream date
and other great prizes with
an eligible bachelor or
bachelorette. This series
proves that it is more than
just a standard dating
game show. This half-
hour studio-based pro-


gram turns the tables by
incorporating live per-
formance, pageant-like
competition and a fun
party atmosphere into the
mating dance. Radio
One's nationally syndicat-
ed radio personalities
Russ Parr and Alfredas
preside over the madness
as contestants are paraded
across a stage to be rated
by their potential date on
the basis of physical
attraction, question &
answer savvy, dancing
skills and a special talent
portion which highlights a
contestant's unique, gifts.
All of the action takes
place in front of a live
audience taped in
Washington, D.C.
*Sun. 6/18, 2 p.m. B.
Smith Juneteenth Special
- B. Smith & Family cele-
brate Juneteenth at Disney
World
*Sun. 6/18, 3 p.m. "The
21st Annual Stellar


Awards" Hosted by
Vickie Winans, Israel
Houghton & Donnie
McClurkin, with perform-
ances by Mary Mary,
Shirley Caesar, Kirk
Franklin and Yolanda
Adams
*Sun. 6/18, 8 p.m. -
Carbon Copy Movie
*Tues. 6/20, 1 p.m. All
About You Movie
(2001) with Renee
Goldsberry, Terron
Brooks, LisaRaye, Debbie
Allen, Rockmund Dunbar,
Lou Myers, Vanessa Bell
Calloway, Chris Spencer.
Nicole and her longtime
boyfriend end their rela-
tionship after he reveals
that he has cold feet. Left
with no where to go, she
moves in with her cousin
Lisa, played by LisaRaye.
Although she is, able to
comfort Nicole during her
time of heartache, Lisa
moves away leaving
Nicole with new room-


mate Brian. Although the
two roommates share a
mutual attraction, Nicole
is determined to rebuild
her life that will not
include a man. Even so,
Brian's openness -.snad
patience crack through
Nicole's tough exterior,
leaving Nicole open to the
possibility of finding a
new love. Nicole falls
hard for Brian, but there's
something that she doesn't
know. When she finds out,
it becomes an obstacle
that threatens their love
affair.
*Wed. 6/21, 1 p.m. "The
14th Annual Trumpet
Awards" From Atlanta,
honorees include Usher,
Vivica Fox,. Dr. Keith
Black, Bishop Desmond
Tutu, Stevie Wonder.
Hosted by Chris Tucker &
LisaRaye McCoy. It's a
night to believe, inspire,
Listings continued on D-7


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Field Mob continuedfrom D-1
ing them stand out for
years amongst hip hop
junkies. Currently on the
heals of success with their
new album's first official
single "So What," featur-
ing Grammy Award
Wining songstress, Ciara
which was produced by
Jazzy Pha, Field Mob has
recently inked a tremen-
dous promotional deal
with Apple iTunes. For a
limited time, with every
purchase of the hit single,
"So What," consumers are
given an exclusive Field
Mob mix tape, which
showcases 3 songs from


"Light Poles and Pine
Trees." With an over-
whelming amount of
online and radio support
by fans, heavy airplay by
video networks, in addi-
tion to the group's ability
to maintain a top 3 posi-
tion on AOL Radio, Field
Mob is looking to redirect
the Southern spotlight
their way. Having paid
just as many dues and
shown just as much heart
as other Southern rap
stars, Smoke and Shawn J
reaffirm their status as
pioneers of the "Country
Boy Movement" with the
release of "Light Poles


and Pine Trees."
"I feel like we're the
most posturpedic group in
the industry right now,"
declares Shawn Jay.
"Meaning, we're the most
slept-on artists. Other
artists know that if we
finally get a little bit of
light, it's over."
This time, Field Mob
cannot be denied. With
the release of their highly
anticipated third album,
it's finally Smoke and
Shawn J's time to shine.
For more information on
Field Mob, visit
www.fieldmob.com or
www.myspace. com/field
mob.


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