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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Title:
Florida Star
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Florida Star
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In Murder Of EWC Student


LE, FL It took less than two hours
for the jury to
agree that
K e n1 e I
Dashawn
Coleman, who
was twenty at
the time, was
guilty in the
shooting death
of Edward
Kenell D. Coleman o
Suspect aters fresh-
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Johnathan Glenn
Victim


a Tracy McGrady jersey and a
cell phone was attempted to
be taken.
The murder occurred on
the street near the dorm in
April 2004. Coleman and
Jermel Maurice Campbell,
who too was 20 at the time,
were both first charged with
the murder.
Glenn was an honor stu-
dent at EWC and was in his
second semester as a business
major and had, on the day


prior to his murder, written an article about poor cam-
pus security.
The jury's, verdict was for first-degree murder which
calls for a mandatory life sentence for Coleman. His
co-defendant, Jermel Campbell pleaded guilty earlier,
to armed robbery and testified at Coleman's trial. He
may be sentenced from zero to life in prison and will be
sentenced later.

Jacksonville's Officer Named

PIO Of The Year For State


Brother Kills Brother On Father's Day;


76th Homicides In 2006, Other


Crimes Committed This week


Devin Lamar Goode
Alissing Suspect


Jonathan Pringle
Suspect ',


Terrance Ma
Suspect


JACK-
SONVILLE -
"A recent sur-
vey found that
despite the
images of
predator and
player that fuel
the popular
imagination of
some, most


black men \\ant a square job, mar-
riage, children and respect. And most,
P it seems. ha\ en't given up on that."
"The\ also believe that while
racism has the potential to beat them
S do\\n, it's up to them to not let that
happen." The quotes are taken from
one of Tonya Weathersby's columns on
BlackAmericaWeb.com. Thank you
Tonya for the reminder since so much
Christopher is going on in Jackson\ ille and since
Simmons it is your hometown and the birth
Suspect place of three generations of the pub-
lisher's family great grandmother, grandmother and
mother, we mustt put forth strong efforts to get this gen-
eration of black men who commit crimes to know they
are not in the majority.
Who would have dreamed that a time would come
when at a black family gathering on Father's Day, two
brothers would, have an argument and one would end up
dead. But that did happen on this Father's Day in
Jacksonville. Shannon D. Wilhite, 18, was fatally
stabbed by his own brother, Devin Lamar Good,' 20 dur-

Crimes Committed crntinued on .4-7


Urban League Finally Gets Building


A transfer of title for
ownership of the Urban
League building located
at the corner of Union and
Da\ is Streets has been
completed. The building

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was constructed in 1996
and under the terms of the
closing, the city provided
a tenyear 3% loan to the
Jacksonville Urban
League Economic and
Community Development
Foundation to recoup its
original investment.
The Urban League was
founded in 1947 with a
mission to enable African
Americans and others to
secure economic self-
reliance, parity, power
and civil rights.


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Richard Danford (left), President of the Jacksonville
Urban League and Mayor John Peyton (right) sign a
transfer of title for ownership of the Urban League
building.


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Ken Jefferson


KEY LARGO, 'Fla.--
The Florida La\\
Enforcement Public
Information Officers
Association has awarded
.JSO's Ken Jefferson their
2006 "Public Information
Officer of the Year", at its
*22nd annual educational
conference last week.
The recognition was a
surprise to Jefferson, who
has worked as a Public
Information Officer for
JSO for the past four
years. He has been a


police officer with JSO
since 1986. Officer
Jefferson was nominated
for the award by a
Jacksonville news outlet,
and had no knowledge of
the nomination.
Candidates for the
award were rated based on
his or her contributions to
the public image of the
agency, the candidate's
ability to handle the flow,
of information ;during a

Jefferson continued onA-7


Renewal Of Voting Rights Delayed
House Republican leaders postponed a vote on
renewing the 1965 Voting Rights Act after GOP law-
makers complained it unfairly singles out nine
Southern states for federal oversight. It was not clear
if the legislation, which expires in 2007, would come
up this year but according to -the Associated Press,
leaders of both parties had hoped to pass the act and
use it to further their prospects in the fall midterm elec-
tions.
The forty-year-old law' enfranchised millions of
black voters by ending poll taxes and literacy tests dur-
ing the height of the civil rights struggle. The renewal
is to be for twenty-five more years. The objection to
voting Wednesday was led by Rep. Lynn
Westmoreland, R-Ga. He said, "The pre-clearance
portions of the Voting Rights Act should apply to all
states, or no states." "Singling out certain states for
special scrutiny no longer makes sense." The nine
states singled out because of documented histories of
discrimination are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia,
Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas and
Virginia.


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Protect Children, Not Guns


Marian Wright Edelman
President and Founder of the Children's defense Fund


Is protecting our children
important to us as a nation?
On June 12, the Children's
Defense Fund (CDF)
released our annual report
on gun violence against chil-
dren, Protect Children Not
Guns. The report shows that
the 2,827 children and teens
who died from gun violence
in 2003-just one year-is
higher than the number of
American fighting men and
women killed in hostile
action in Iraq from 2003 to
April 2006-three years.
The bodies of young gun-
shot victims are streaming
into urban hospital trauma
centers on the frontlines of
an undeclared war on
America's children.
The children who die
every year from gunshot
wounds come from all racial
groups and are all ages.
Some of them are too young
to start kindergarten: in
2003, 56 pre-schoolers were
killed by firearms while 52
law enforcement officers
were killed in the line of
duty. When it's more dan-
gerous to be a preschooler
than an on-duty police offi-.
cer, we know something is
seriously wrong in our soci-
ety. The deaths of thousands
of children each year are
morally obscene for the
world's most powerful
nation, which has more


resources to address our
social ills than any other
nation.
The Protect Children Not
Guns report is being
released as a number of U.S.
mayors aie demanding
action from the White House
and Congress to stunt gun
violence. In April, 15 may-
ors gathered for a summit on
gun violence led by New
York Mayor Michael
Bloomberg and Boston
Mayor Thomas Menino. I
strongly applaud Mayor
Bloomberg's statement that
"It is time for national lead-
ership in the war on gun vio-
lence." But sadly, for tens of
thousands of children and
teens, long overdue leader-
ship in the War on gun vio-
lence will come too late.
Here are a few more of
the deadly facts outlined in
CDF's new report on the toll
gun violence is taking on
America's children: More
10- to 19-year-olds die from
gunshot wounds than from
any other cause except
motor vehicle accidents.
Almost 90 percent of the
children and teens killed by
firearms in 2003 were boys.
Boys ages 15 to 19 are near-
ly nine times as likely as
girls of the Isame age to be
killed by a firearm.
There were more than
nine times as many suicides


THE3FLORIDA STAR
CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
PUBLISHER
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


by guns among White chil-
dren and teens as among
Black children and teens.
But despite White youths'
higher rate of gun suicides,
gun violence still dispropor-
tionately affects Black chil-
dren. The firearm death rate
for Black males ages 15 to
19 is more than four times
that of White males the same
age. More Black children
and teens have been killed
by firearms over the past six
years than all the Black peo-
ple of all ages we lost in the
history of lynchings. Where
is our voice? Why don't we
care and protest when our
children are being killed and
killing others? It's time for
us Black adults to get our act
together.
The seven states that
recorded the most firearms
deaths among children and
teens in 2003 were
California, Texas, Illinois,
New York, Pennsylvania,
Florida and North Carolina.
The U.S. has the immoral
distinction of having the
highest rate of child firearm
deaths. The rate of firearm
deaths among children
under age 15 is far higher in
the U.S. than in 25 other
industrialized countries
combined. "We have many
more handguns and much
weaker gun laws than any
other country," says Harvard
Professor David Hemenway,
who has worked to develop
strategies to combat illegal
firearms.
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change this? CDF calls for


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the support of common
sense gun safety measures;
Congressional passage of
legislation that closes the
gun show loophole requiring
criminal background checks
on those purchasing guns
from unlicensed dealers; and
renewal of the ban on
assault weapons. Parents
should remove guns from
their homes; organize nonvi-
olent conflict resolution sup-
port groups in their congre-
gations and communities;
monitor what their children
watch on T.V. and listen to
in our violence-hyped cul-
ture; and refuse to buy video
games and other products
for their children that glam-
orize violence or make it
socially acceptable or fun.
Community leaders
should turn schools and
places of worship into ven-
ues of quality summer and
after-school programs for
children as positive alterna-
tives to the streets and' with
positive role models. They
should also adopt proven
programs like Ceasefire
Initiatives that bring fami-
lies, faith groups, social
service providers, and the
police together to halt the
killing of teens by other
teens. It's imperative that we
work together to make our'
homes, our streets, and our
communities safe from
firearms now for the sake of
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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS FOR MEN TO BE
HELD AT SELECT CHURCHES-Free health screenings
for men will be conducted between 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m: on
Sunday, June 25 at select churches. Blood pressure, choles-
terol, diabetes and Prostate cancer screenings will be provid-
ed. Participating churches are: Abyssinia Missionary
Baptist Church, 103 Interstate Center Dr.; Bethel Baptist
Institutional Church, 215 Bethel Baptist Street; Cathedral of
Faith, 2591 W. Beaver St.; First Timothy Baptist Church,
12103 Biscayne Blvd.; Grace Baptist Church, 1553 E. 21st
St., Greater Grant Memorial AME Church, 5533 Gilchrist
Rd.; Greater Macedonia, 1880 W. Edgewood Ave.; Mt.
Sinai, 2036 Silver St.; New Bethel AME Church, 1231 Tyler
St.; Potter's House, 5119 Normandy Blvd.; St. Paul AME
Church, 6910 New Kings Rd.; Tabernacle Baptist Church,
903 E. Union St.; Waymon Chapel AME Church, 8855
Sanchez Rd.; and Westside Church of Christ, 23 W. 8th St.
Select screening will also be available for women.
HEALING WITH SCARS-The women of the Holy
Church of the Living God are sponsoring a one evening con-
ference at 14th and Grunthal with a message entitled
"Healing With Scars". The service will be held on Sunday,
June 25, 4:00 p.m. Mary Dome is the Guest Speaker.
SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET-Sweetfield Missionary
Baptist Church will host its Annual Scholarship Banquet on
Sunday, June 25 at the Wyndham Jacksonville Riverwalk,
1515 Prudential Dr. Rear Admniral Anthony L. Winns,
Deputy Director, Air Warfare Staff of the Chief of Naval
Operations.
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
Conmunit\ Church; and Friday-Pastor John Lumpkin of
Family Life Fellowship Church. Service will conclude on
S Sunday. July 9 at 11:00 a.m.
WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT 2006-Prophetess Karen
NlcNair and Women In Fello\\ship Ministries will host
Women's Empow\erment 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 lyra Henru. 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. MNini-Workshops
Swill 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 (Ne\\ St.
James Holy Family Church). For more information call
(904) 565-9176.
2006 SERIOUSPRAISE-The public is invited to
atteiid the free 2006 Serious Praise Services scheduled
for June 28, 3:45 p.m., at: the Father's House.
Conference Center, 1820 Monument Rd. (Building 2).
The service, sponsored by Sword and Shield Kingdom
Outreach Ministry, Rev. Mattie W. Freeman,
Founder,'Pastor, features the Prais-cisers under the
direction of Ms. Kenshela Williams.: Dr. Varonica
Troup is-the speaker.
LIVE CD AND DYVDRECORDING-A live CD and
DVD recording to promote and benefit Autism
Awareness and a Scholarship Fund will be held
Saturday, June 24, 6:00 p.m. at The Potter's House,
5119 Normandy Blvd. A variety of guest artists will
include Judith Christie McAllister, Sheila .Clayton
Christie. Yolonda Stovers, Beth Martelli, Tim jackson,
S Merry Tomlison Bartley, and Ray Whitley. Dr. Julie
Buckle\ from Pediatric Partners of Ponte Vedra \\ill
discuss the DAN! (Defeat Autism Now) approach she
I- uses to assist in the healing process of children with
Autism and Autistic like symptoms. Delores Callahan
.will also discuss the :cause and purpose of the LC



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


Graduates Recognized

At Greater Grant


Deavin J. B. Napoleon
Several 2006 graduates
were recognized recently
at Greater Grant
Memorial AME Church.
The honorees includ-
ed:
Deavin Jamerson Beryl
Napoleon- Deavin was born
Sunday, February 21, 1988
to Mahalia Napoleon and
the late Andre Jamerson.
He is the grandson of
Beryl and Eartha Napoleon,
Rebecca and the late C. W.
Alfonso Jamerson
Deavin received Christ

DEATH


NOTICES
BADGER-Arlena, died June 18.
2006.
BERRY-Cassandra, died June
10, 2006.
BORDEAUX-Suzanna. died
June 20. 2006.
BRINTLEY-Mar,. died June 18.
2006.
BROWN-Carey D., 47. died June
June I1. 2006.
CARTER-Delores, died June 18,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MOR-
TUARY, INC.
CHARLES-Carohln Jean, died
June 20. 2006
CUMlMINGS-Annie. died June
15, 2006.
DOiGLASV-W art S\I ester.
died June .19, 2006..
FOWLER-Claudia. 92, died
June 17, 20,06.
FRAZIER-Anihon\. Jr., died
June 12, 2006.
HARRIS-Martaze D., 18, died
June 16, 2006..
HENRY-Vera, 'died June 12,
2006.
HICKS-%Wile\. died June 9,2006.
JONES-\illiam HI, Sr., died
June 18 2006 .
KAY-Estelle Cromer "Bab\
Doll", died June 13, 2006.
KEARNEY-Eula B., died June
19 2006.
LEWIS-Edith, 62, died June 18,
2006.
INLCCREE-Joyce, died June 18.
2006. AB COLELMAN NIOR-
TLiARY. rNC
NICKAY-Neta lMa. died June
13. 2006
ROBERTS-Richard Henrn. died
June 16, 20!06.
SAMNPSON-\Villie Fred, died
June 20, 2006.
SEAMAN-Walter, died June 19,
2006. A.B. COLENALN MOR-
TUARY, INC.
SHAW-James A., 77, died June
1i; 2006.
SHEDRICK-Vernell, died June
9, 2006.
SHEPPARD-Thelma, died June
15, 2006.
SHINE-Sandra Y., died June 15,
2006. A.B. Coleman Mortuary,
Inc.
STEPHENS-Melvin, died June
12, 2006.
TAYLOR-Rodney "Mr. T", died
June 19, 2006.
TERRY-Katina S., died June 11,
2006.
TYSON-Debra, died June 17,
2006.
WEBB-Stanley earl, died June
14, 2006.
WILLIAMS-William H., 81,
died June 15, 2006. ALPHONSO
WEST MORTUARY, INC.
WINGARD-Ma Ethel, 61, died
June 15, 2006. '


at the age of five. At
Greater Grant Memorial, he
is a member of the Youth,
Male and Full Gospel
Choirs, the Sons of Allen,
the Young People's Division
of the WMS, and is treasur-
er for the Church School.
Deavin was presented
during the 2005 A.M.E.
Debutante and Master
Commission. He is a gradu-
ate of Paxon School for
Advanced Studies where he
was member of the football
and basketball teams, the
Army ROTC and the Jazz
band.
The Eagle Scout is a
nine year double bassist for
the Jacksonville Symphony
Youth Orchestra. He is cur-
rently enrolled at Florida
A&M University for the
Fall of 2006.
Annie P. Smith-Annie is
a 1972 graduate of Lowndes
High School, Valdosta, Ga.,
and is a devoted wife to
Benny ard, a loving mother
of Jared, Maclom and David.
She is the daughter of
the late Chalza. Annie and
Mary Black and Carrie
Greene Annie is a 1976 and
1989 graduate of Valdosta
State College where. she
received her Bachelor's and
Nlaster's ,, Degree in
Education.
Annie received an
Education Specialist degree
in Educational leadership
with an emphasis on
Curriculum and Instruction
from Cambridge College.
Auglqsta, GA, in February
of 2006.
She is a special educa-
tion teacher and building
specialist ,for 'Camden
County' at Sugarmill
Elementary School. Annie
is the newly-elected
President of the Mass Choir
at Greater Grant Memorial.
She ,is a member of
Stewardess Board #2, the
Full Gospel Choir, amd the
E. P. Larkins Church School
Class. She is the much'
adored cook for Allen
Christian Fellowship
Sunday s and other events.
Alicia Jameese Fason-i
Alicia is the daughter of
Albert and Essie Fason. She
participated in Christian
activies at greater Grant
including the Youth Usher
Board, the Church School
and was presented at the
AME Debutante and Master
Commission.
She graduated from
Stanton College Preparatory
School with a 3.4 grade
point average under-
weighter (3.9 weighted).
At Stanton, she partici-
pated in the school band
(trumpeter), Club Unity
Step team, and the Black
History Club.Alicia's goal
is to become a dentist. In
Fall 2006, she will attend
Florida State University,
majoring in Biology with
the pre-dental track. She
received the Bright Eutures
and the AKA award.


. "Come and Worship With Us"


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

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

iMid-Week:
Wednesday, Noonday Prayer 12 Noon
Inspiration Wednesday Worship Service...................6:00-8:00 p.m.
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"There's Always Something
Happening On the First Coast"

Class of 1956's Cruise to Alaska


"On the road again, writes Class of 1956er Mrs.
Carole Armstrong-Meeks! The New Stanton Class of
1956 is back home from a kick-off trip to Alaska cele-
brating their 50th High School Reunion.
Each day during the cruise was an exhilarating,
beautiful day to remember forever. This awesome jour-
ney took us from Jacksonville, Dallas-Fort Worth,
Texas and to Seattle, Washington. Dinner, laughter, and
joy were expressed while spending a day in Seattle,
Washington. Dinner, laughter and joy were expressed
while spending a day in Seattle (sightseeing and shop-
ping, of.course) and living at the Clarion Hotel of this
great city. Enthusiasm still beaming on classmates'
faces was evident as baggage and pertinent procedures
cleared us for boarding the Royal Caribbean-Vision of
the Seas.
Overall, the trip was a breathtaking and historic
cruise, more than the eyes could behold! The over-
whelming majesty of glaciers, show-capped mountains,
formal. and casual dining and off ship shore excursions
(unique to the natural beauty of this region) offered a
lifetime of memories for all.
Exquisite nightly shows were savored also. Among
them was the outstanding show-stopping Lenny
Welch, a vocalist from the late 50's and 60's. With this
current CD in our hands, we were awed by his out-
standing performance, recognition and picture-taking
afterward with each request.,
From one.port of call to another, the awesome cruise
took us to Juneau, Skagway, Icy Trait Point, Alaska and
lastly, Victoria, Canada.
There were approximately fifty people among the
classmates and their guests. The 1956 graduates present
on the trip were: Mesdames Carole Armstrong-
Meeks, Marva McCoy McKinnon, Elizabeth
Milledge Byars, Frances Baker, Juanita Wilson,
: Patricia Greene, Tamer Britton, Betty Carley,
Rosella Wilson, Altamease Hill, Armenia S. Green,
Deloris Robinson; James Mosley, Frederick
Jenkins, Ralph Greene, Quentin Messer and Bentley
O'Neal.
This class is grateful to return safely and is ready for
the '50th High School reunion" activities to take place
on Jun 29-July 2 at Bethelite Conference Center as the
anchor location."
**ss*****
Blueprint For Leadership Contributes To Daniel

When daniel Florida's oldest child-serving agency
celebrated 122 years of meeting the physical and emo-
tional needs of children with a big celebration for its
Current and former clients the Vomlnteer Jacksonville's
Blueprint for Leadership class of 2006 supported the
S daniel celebration through fund raising, public rela-
tions, logistical and other volunteer services.
The 31 members of the Blueprint for Leadership
class of 2006 turned out to support daniel on its 122nd
birthday, raising more than $5,000 for the party, and
assisting the staff in everything from logistics to games
and clean-up..
"This year's Blueprint for Leadership class has truly
exceeded, our expectations with their class volunteer
project; not only did they spend their day working for
the children at daniel, but they raised more than enough
money to pay for the event., said Mrs. Krista
Winfield, vice president & chief operations officer at
Volunteer Jacksonville. We have received phone calls
from the staff at daniel praising the efforts of this class
and expressing appreciation for helping to make this
day special for their children. We're very proud of this
class and to know that each one of them will continue
to make a positive difference in this community."
Editor's Note: There will be more on the Blueprint
S for Leadership class of 2006 next week.





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The Class of 1956 as they await embarking the Royal
Caribbean-Vision of the Seas Cruise Ship. (Photo courtesy of
James Mosley)


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Members of New Stanton's Class of 1956 during their
Alaskan Cruise. (Photo courtesy of James Mosley)
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1956 Class Member Mrs. Armenia Green with The Walter
Byarses. (Photo courtesy.of James Mosley)


1956 Class members Mesdames Marva McKinnon,
Juanita Wilson and Frances Baker.. (Photo courtesy of James
Mosely)
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The J. Ralph Greens with Mrs. Brenda Maxwell O'Neal.
(Photo courtesy of James Mosley)


Class of 1956 member Ms.Tamer Britton iwit MS.
Lavetta McCoy. (Photo courtesy of James Mosiby) ,


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Mesdames Frances Baker, Juanita Wilson and The J.
Ralph Greenes with the snow covered Skagway moun-
tain top. (Photo courtesy of The J. Ralph Greenes)


An Aliskan Sunset. (Photo courtesy of The J. Ralpl Greenes)


1956 Class member Mrs. Elizabeth Byars entering the
an Alaskan Grill for some dining. (Photo courtesy of James
Mosley)


Mark Wright, Mesdames Sharon Porter, Shawana
Montgomery and Shana Pack from Volunteer
Jacksonville's Blueprint for Leadership Class of 2006,
present a check to daniel for the money the class mem-
bers gave of their own money. The class raised a total
of $5,000 for daciel. (Photo courtesy of Volunter Jacksonville, Inc.) '


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Medicaid Reform Overview Sessions Set In Broward, Duval Counties


TALLAHASSEE In a
continued effort to inform
Medicaid beneficiaries and-
stakeholders of the upcom-
ing changes to Florida's
Medicaid program, the
Agency for Health Care
Administration (AHCA)
will conduct additional
informational meetings in
Broward and Duval
Counties for Medicaid bene-
ficiaries.
For the past eight
months, AHCA has held out-
reach meetings for benefici-
aries, health care providers
and health plans in the two
counties to discuss the
reform initiative. AHCA
will facilitate the meetings
in June and July to provide
an overview of the new pro-
gram and address participant
questions. All Medicaid
beneficiaries are invited to
attend.
The following is a list of
meeting dates and times:
BROWARD COUNTY
June 27 11:00 a.m.,
3:00pm, 6:00 p.m.
June 28 11:00 a.m.,
3:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m.
June 30 9:00 a.m.,
11:00-a.m., 2:00 p.m.
(Spanish)
July 5 11:00 a.m. 3:00
p.m.
July 7 9:00 a.m.
(Spanish), 11:00 a.m. 2:00
p.m.
July 11 11:00 a.m. 2:00
p.m.-6;00 p.m.
July 12- 11:00 a.m, 2:00
pm, 6:00pm
July 13 9:00am, 11:00


a.m., 2:00 p.m.
July 17 9:00a.m, 11:00
a.m. (Spanish), 2:00 p.m.
July 21 9:00a.m, 11:00


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DUVAL COUNTY
June 20 10:00 a.m.


July 19 10:00 a.m.
June 21 5:30 p.m.
July 20 1:00 p.m.
June 22 1:00 p.m.


June 27 10:00 a.m.
June 28 1:00 p.m.
July 6 1:00 p.m.
July 7 10:00 a.m.


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UF To Expand Arts In Medicine To Narobi, Kenya

GAINESVILLE, Fla. AIM for Africa, a project sponsored by the University of
Florida and Shands Healthcare, will establish the first-known formal arts in medicine pro-
gram in Africa at the Mater Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya.
This exchange of artists and caregivers between United States and Kenya will provide
-underserved populations in both countries with a greater understanding of another culture
as well as the framework for healthier lifestyles. Research has shown that the arts can
Enhance the physical and emotional health of patients and improve the medical experi-
ence for their families and caregivers.
The social and economic conditions in Africa, including the HIV/AIDS crisis, make
this partnership more crucial than ever. African cultures are well-known for practicing
and supporting the arts, but the arts are almost entirely absent from hospitals there-- com-
pared to the arts programs which are in more than half of the hospitals in the United
States.
"It is a well-known fact that art, music and dancing form an integral part of African
Suzzana Owiyo culture and heritage," said Kennedy Ayoti, chief executive officer of Mater Hospital. "We
are accustomed to singing and dancing to celebrate important moments in life that span through from birth to death. It is
Kenneth Ayoti the way we express ourselves, and better still, the African way of life."
Hospital representatives and artists from Kenya will visit the United States to receive training and conduct workshops
and performances. Ayoti and Dr. Marian Dolan, medical director at Mater Hospital, traveled to Gainesville to meet with officials at UF and Shands Hospital
in April. Suzzana Owiyo, a popular award-winning African artist, and Winnie Njenga, Mater Hospital administrator and newly appointed Arts in Medicine
coordinator, will attend the Center for Arts in Healthcare Research and Education's Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive July 10 28, 2006.
Owiyo will present musical performances at area healthcare facilities in north central Florida and conduct a series of interactive workshops for patients,
visitors and caregivers at Shands Hospital. Her seven-week residency will include a master class for School of Music students, classes for youth at the City
of Gainesville's City Centers and a workshop for women with and recovering from cancer.
-"Suzzana Owiyo is an exciting African artist whose popular music is steeped in Kenyan musical tradition. Her work is based in social concerns, and
through her time here, our students and regional communities will have the opportunity to learn not only about African popular music, but also about how
the arts and artists can impact people at fundamental levels such as health," said Jill Sonke-Henderson, co-director of Center for the Arts in Healthcare
Research and Education.
Owiyo will continue her role as artist-in-residence upon returning to Nairobi where she will work at Mater Hospital throughout the next two years. During
this time, she will train other artists to work in healthcare throughout East Africa and will implement AIM Together Africa, modeled on UF's AIM for Africa
program, which will bring international touring artists to perform at the Mater Hospital.
UF faculty and students will complete the exchange by traveling to Nairobi. Sonke-Henderson and David Acombo, a Shands Arts in Medicine musician
and ethnomusicologist, will begin the implementation of the Mater Hospital's AIM program by training and mentoring administrators and volunteer artists:
In the next year, three groups of UF College of Medicine students will conduct medical mission trips to assist in medical care and facilitate arts prograni-
ming at Mater Hospital.
"We are excited by the positive impact it will make on our patients who are, after all, our primary focus at Mater," Ayoti said.
The ongoing and interdisciplinary partnership among the Center for the Arts in Healthcare Research and Education, Shands Arts in NMedicine and Mater
Hospital will bring together the leading arts and healthcare organizations in the U.S. and Africa, respectively.
AINI for Africa is sponsored by the College of Fine Arts Center for Arts in Healthcare Research and Education, Shands Arts in Medicine, State of Florida
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U.S. Senate Rejects Eliminating Patterns

Of Racial Superiority In America


WASHINGTON, DC -- The SCLC's recent research of
the United Nation's principle Treaties on Human Rights
uncovered a 'Secret Racial Policy". The policy was created
by the Senate treaty ratification comments that do not reflect
support to end racial supremacy and discrimination in the
United States.
The Senate's ratification comments (secret racial policy)
were provided in 1994 to the International Convention on
the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination {New
York, 7 March 1966}. The SCLC uncovered the 'Secret
Racial Policy) through extensive research of the United
Nations (U.N.) Human Rights website and not through the
U.S. State Department website.
Per Reverend Harris, National Vice President SCLC,
"Because African Americans were unlawfully removed from
their country, they .have an international right to the aggres-
sive elimination of racial supremacy and discrimination".
Sovereignty rights of all minority groups are covered by
U.S. legal authorities except the sovereignty rights of
African Americans.
The U.N. treaty requires the U.S. and other international
states to create programs that would eliminate disparities and
provide an avenue of redress for international issues.
However, instead of fully supporting the U.N. Treaty to
Eliminate Racial Supremacy and Discrimination, the U.S.
Senate provided ratification comments that "created its own
policy" and restricted access to the U.N. in human rights
cases.
The policy is significant because it means that the U.S.
Court system is the final authority in civil rights and other
issues that should be elevated to the United Nations for adju-
dication. Other countries filly embrace the treaty without
restrictions, such as South Africa.
U.S. glass ceiling on EEO punishes \ victims and support-
ers under ne\ u.s. senate treaty comments. United States
Courts \\11l not certift civil rights nilins under U.S.
Senate's "secret racial policy". whichh hurts SCLC efforts.
While re\ie\\iln several court cases, the SCLC noted
that civil rights rulings are not certified as issued b\ U.S.
Judges. The United States' unwillingness to certify ci\l
rights court rulings and agency\ decisions along with the lack
of sovereignty authority denies African Americans a basic
right afforded to ever other U.S. Citizen. African
Americans do not ha\e a sovereign right of international


redress in race and discrimination court cases. But for the
ratification policy, African American would be able to ele-
vate civil rights legal issues to the United Nations. In an
effort to get the U.S. Senate to change their secret racial pol-
icy and support the elimination of racial supremacy, the
SCLC has sponsored five cases involving John Corbett,
Ellen Dunn, Maude Dunn, Richard Oliver, and Al Simmons.


An Historical Watch


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Randy Robinson, right, of Philadelphia views a Leland-
Boker copy of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by,
Abraham Lincoln as Pvt. Gregory Harris, left, and Pvt.
William Burton Jr., center, with the 3rd Regiment
Infantry United States Colored Troops Civil War Re-
.enactors stand watch at the African American Museum
in Philadelphia, Monday, June 19, 2006. (APPhoto/Matt Rourke)


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Alliance With Dan River, Inc.
March Launch of Ebony Home
NEW YORK--Johnson Publishing Company, the world's
largest Black-owned publishing company and home of
"EBONY" Magazine, has forged an alliance with Dan River,
Inc., to create luxury bed and bath products for the newly
developed Ebony Home brand. The deal was brokered by
licensing agency, TurnerPatterson. The alliance with Dan
River, Inc. is the Johnson Publishing Company's first forary
into the licensing arena. Dan River, a leading manufacturer
and marketer of textile products for the home fashinons mar-
ket, will work closely with Johnson Publishing and
TurnerPatterson to design a line of stylish, quality bedding
and bath products, targeted to the sophisticated consumer.
Ebony Home will feature two tiers of collections; EBONY
Classics for mid-tier and upscale stores and Ebony@Home,
a line for mass retailers. The products are scheduled for a
Spring 2007 launch.
National Guard Tiroops Arrive In New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS A convoy of National Guard troops
rolled into the city Tuesday in 75 Humvees and other mili-
tary vehicles to begin patrol at the mayor's request. The
presence of about 100 Guard members patrolling the city's
hurricane-devastated and largely deserted neighborhoods
will free as many as 300 police officers to concentrate on
crime in more heavily populated areas, .officials said.
Mayor Ray Nagin called for the National Guard and state
police on Monday, saying "we've had enough" after five
teenagers were gunned down together Saturday and another
man was stabbed to death Sunday. In addition to the 100
National Guard members with law enforcement experience,
60 state police officers are expected to be sent to the city,
Blanco's office said. It marked the first time soldiers had
been used for la\\ enforcement in the U.S. since the immedi-
ate aftermath of Hurricane Kamrna late last summer.
ANC Executive Committee Restores Zuma
Ex-Liberian President Leaves Sierra Leone
FREETOWN. Sierra Leone Former Liberian President,
Charles Taylor left West Africa on Tuesday for the
Netherlands for a long-awaited trial on charges of backing
brutal rebels in Sierra Leone. Ta\ lor \as flo\n b\ U.N. hel-
icopter to the airport on the outskirts of Sierra Leone's capi-
tal and escorted onto a plane that took off shortly afterward,
said Peter Andersen. a spokesman for the war crimes court. .,


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June

5 1:00 pm
6 10:00 am
13 1:00 pm
14 10:00 am
15 5:30 pm
20 10:00 am
21 5:30 pm
22 1:00 pm
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Crimes Committed continued from A-1
ing an argument regarding an unpaid bill. Devin ran away before his brother was
taken to Shands Jacksonville where he later died. Devin is still at large. The stab-
bing death of Shannon brought Jacksonville's homicide number up to 76.
Other criminal incidents included three men dressed as policemen and driving a
car that looked like a police car. The man was pulled over, asked to get out of his car,
patted down, and robbed of more than $300 and a gun. He said the car they were
driving appeared to be an unmarked Crown Victoria with flashing red and blue
lights.
The Sheriffs office advises you not to stop for an unmarked vehicle until you
have reached a well-lighted area and have verified that the cruiser is legitimate.
Added to other criminal acts, employer and employees of a Jacksonville restau-
rant are still puzzled about the shooting death of Martaze D. Harris, 18, by his co-
worker, Kyle Christopher Bass, 20. None of the other workers knew of a conflict
that instigated the shooting. Bass was arrested and charged with possession of a
firearm by a felon. The murder is still being investigated.
A family is grateful for the Amber Alert because their 15-year-old daughter was
abducted from her Palm Coast home by 20-year-old Christopher Simmons when she
went to take out the trash. Simmons was arrested on charges of aggravated stalking
and making harassing telephone calls to Yolanda. He was also charged with pos-
session of marijuana. Yolanda and Simmons had started a relationship when her
mother moved to Palm Coast.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Flagler County officers and
Jacksonville officers worked together with this incident. Yolanda's mother was able
to get a protection order against Simmons. Simmons was located with Yolanda on
Baymeadows Road, Jacksonville.


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crisis in the community, and his or her capabilities in internal crisis. situations.
He exceeded the selection committee's criteria on all fronts.
"We are very proud of Ken and this well-deserved recognition from his peers in
public safety and law enforcement public information throughout Florida," said
Sheriff John Rutherford.
"The role of the police PIO is a very demanding one, and Ken has worked hard
to serve both our need to get information to the public, while earning the respect of
his fellow officers and members of the press. It is a very challenging job and a role
that requires sensitivity to people, police knowledge, and sound judgment,"
Rutherford said.
Prior to being selected to the Public Information team at JSO, in 2002, Jefferson
worked a community resource officers in the DEFY program, a drug education and
crime prevention program targeting youth in. the community. The United States
Attorney's Office continues to call upon Jefferson to assist them in their mentoring
and team building conferences.

NEWS IN BRIEF

No Blackouts For The Jaguars
Jaguars' owner, Wayne Weaver announced Tuesday that
all of the 54,000 non-premium seats have been sold which
will lift the television blackout for every game this season.

Michael Jordan Has Ownership
Michael Jordan signed a deal to become part owner of the
Charlotte Bobcats and a stakeholder in most of Robert
Johnson's existing ventures. Jordan will also be the managing
S member of basketball operations. Mr. Johnson said "Jordan
will provide invaluable management input to the Bobcats
team."


Grandmother, 79, Kills 85-Year-Old E -Bo friend
A 79-year-old Atlanta grandmother, Lena -.
SSims Driskell went into a jealous rage,
.marched over to the Hightower Manor retire-
Sment home in southwest Atlanta wearing a
Shairnet, bathrobe and slippers to confront "her .
man, Herman Winslo" about seeing another
woman. The security guards could not calm- _
her down so she was able to pull out a
handgun that she had hidden behind her back '
Sand unload four rounds into the head of Lena Sims Driskell
Winslo. She then yelled to the officers, "I did
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Many rappers have made tapes frequently mentioning
high-end champagne in songs and popping the corks of the
''i.clear,. gold-labeled bottles in .music videos and at night-
t clubs. Now they have learned that the managing director of
SLouis Roederer. the company that produces the champagne
said the company viewedd the affection for his company's
champagne from rappers and their fans with 'curiosity and
serenity.'' Jay-Z plans,to replace Cristal.

Jay-Z Ruben Studdard Wins $2 Million Lawsuit
"Ameri can
Idol" winner, Ruben Studdard has been
awarded $2 million in his la\ suit against
his .ex-manager for misappropriating his
money\ and credit cards. Studdard. 26.
filed the suit last ear. Studdard was
awarded $500.000 for his actual losses _
and another $1.5 million in punitive
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Francis Barracks in St.
Augustine, FL.
Ruth currently serves the
Florida National Guard' as
the Staff Judge Advocate for
the camp Blanding Joint
Training Center.
In his civilian profession,
Ruth is a senior judge in the
fourth Judicial Circuit, Jack-
sonville, FL, a position he
has held since 1991.
Currently serving in his
fourth term, Ruth is a presid-
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criminal matters assigned to
the court, including jury tri-
als, landlord-tenant issues,
traffic infractions, divorces,
child support enforcement
and numerous bench trials.
Born in Palatka, Ruth
has spent most of his life in
Jacksonville. after graduat-
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State University on an ath-
letic scholarship. There he
earned his Bachelor of
Science in Criminology,
Master of Science in Public
Administration, and his Juris
Doctorate. Colonel Ruth
joined the Florida National
Guard in 1982, after serving
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executive officer to com-
mand Judge Advocate in his
26 years with the Florida
National Guard.
In 2003, he was mobi-
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judges qualify for exemp-
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the exemption and was
deployed overseas for 12
months as the command
Judge Advocate for the 50th
Area Support Group. Ruth's .
military awards include the
Bronze Star, Meritorious
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Ask Deanna! is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based sub-
jects!

Dear Deanna!
In the middle of a bad divorce and I'm still intimate with
my ex-husband. Although we didn't get along, couldn't -
build a life or raise our family together, we were able to
bond physically. The reason we're divorcing is due to out-
side affairs with other people, financial problems and mar-
rying too soon. I want to move on with my life but for some
reason, manage to keep this part of the relationship going. .
Am I wrong for doing this?
Worried Divorcee Atlanta, GA

Dear Worried:
Sex is the fuel for a relationship and not the glue. If you're divorcing your husband,
you need to immediately cut all physical ties. You're short changing yourself by giving
him your body because it's obvious he didn't respect you as a wife and won't respect you
as a homey lover friend. Learn from your mistakes and if you must have a man, be a
"better judge of character and find one that will respect you more than your husband and
keep it moving.

Dear Deanna!
My girlfriend is a woman with a cute face but she's voluptuous and doesn't understand
that all fashions aren't suitable for her. I love her and think she looks good in most
things but not everything. It's hard for me in public when people stare at her or snick-
er and make rude remarks. When I address this issue we argue. Please give me some
options because I'm tired of being embarrassed and my suggestions aren't working?
Matthew Boston, MA

Dear Matthew:
Your partner has a mental problem because she probably has a size 18 shape with a
size 5 outlook. This is not cute and you need to offer Jenny Craig or a shopping spree.
If she still refuses then you need to flip the script and approach her weight issue from a
health perspective and encourage her.to lose weight. If not, just be there because her
feelings will get hurt really good one day if she still insists on walking around looking
like a sausage.

Dear Deanna:
My sister listens to music that is vulgar and explicit. She listens to any type music and
doesn't care that she's exposing her children to adult lyrics and content. Her children
are now beginning to repeat the lyrics and she gets upset and shouts at them. She can't
see that they're simply repeating and singing the songs. Other than turning off her
music, what other options are there?
Anonymous Seattle, WA

Dear Anonymous:
Your sister is ignorant and using bad judgment'on this simple common sense issue.
Obviously she's not a rocket scientist and should see her kids are imitating art. In this
case, the bad art of explicit lyrics. Write the lyrics to some of her music and give it to
her on a sheet ofpaper. When she looks at this mess in black and white, perhaps she'll
have a change of heart and be more of an adult when it comes to what she listens to
around her children. ''

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PROTECT CHILDREN NOT GUNS
By Marian Wright Edelman

Is protecting our children important to us as a nation? On
June 12, the Children's Defense Fund (CDF) released our
annual report on gun violence against children, Protect
Children Not Guns. The report shows that the 2,827 chil-,
dren and teens who died from gun violence in 2003-just -
one
year-is higher than the number of American fighting men
and women killed in hostile action in Iraq from 2003 to
April 2006-three years. The,bodies of young gunshot vic-
tims are streaming into urban hospital trauma centers on the frontlines of an unde-
clared war on America's children.
The children who die every year from gunshot wounds come from all racial groups
and are all ages. Some of them are too young to start kindergarten: in 2003, 56
preschoolers were killed by firearms while 52 law enforcement officers were killed
in the line of duty. When it's more dangerous to be a preschooler than an on-duty
police officer, we know something is seriously wrong in our society. The deaths of
thousands of children each year are morally obscene for the world's most powerful
nation, which has more resources to address our social ills than any other nation.
The Protect Children Not Guns report is being released as a number of U.S. mayors
across the country are demanding action from the White House and Congress to
staunch gun violence. In April, 15 mayors gathered for a summit on gun violence led
by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. I
strongly applaud Mayor Bloomberg's statement that "It is time for national leader-
ship in the war on gun violence.", But sadly, for tens of thousands of children and
teens, long overdue leadership in the war on gun violence will come too late.
Here are a few more of the deadly facts outlined in CDF's new report on the toll gun
violence is taking on America's children: More 10- to 19-year-olds die from gunshot
wounds than from any other cause except motor vehicle accidents. Almost 90 per-
cent of the children and teens killed by firearms in 2003 were.boys. Boys ages 15 to
19 are nearly nine times as likely as girls of the same age to be killed by a firearm.
There were more than nine times as many suicides by guns among White children
and teens as among Black children and teens. But despite White youths' higher rate
of gun suicides, gun violence still disproportionately affects Black children. The
firearm death rate for Black males ages 15 to 19 is more than four times that of White
males the same age. More Black children and teens have been killed by firearms
over the past six years than all the Black people of all ages we lost in the history of
lynchings. Where is our voice? Why don't we care and protest when our children
are being killed and killing others? It's time for us Black adults to get our act togeth-
er.
The seven states that recorded the most firearms deaths among children and teens in
2003 were California, Texas, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida and North
Carolina. The U.S. has the immoral distinction of having the highest rate of child
firearm deaths. The rate of firearm deaths among children under age 15 is far high-
er in the U.S. than in 25 other industrialized countries- combined. "We have many
more handguns and much weaker gun laws than any other country," says Harvard:
Professor David Hemenwav. who has worked to develop strategies to combat illegal
firearms.
What can we do to change this? CDF calls for the support of common sense gun
safety measures; Congressional passage of legislation that closes the gun show loop-
hole requiring criminal background checks on those'purchasing guns from unli-
censed dealers; and renewal of the ban on assault weapons. Parents should remove
guns from their homes; organize nonviolent conflict resolution support groups in
their congregations and communities; monitor what their children watch on T.V. and
listen to in our violence-hyped culture; and refuse to buy video games and other,
products for their children that glamorize violence or make it socially acceptable or
fun.
Community leaders should turn schools and places of worship into alternatives to the
streets and with positive role models. They should also adopt proven programs like
Ceasefire Initiatives that bring families, faith groups, social service providers, and
the police together to halt the killing of teens by other teens. It's imperative that we,
work together to make Our homes, our streets, and our communities safe from
firearms now for the sake of our children.
Marian Wright Edelman is President and Founder of the Children's Defense Fund and its Action Council whose
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.-ITli 'ncemintnis. meetings hippe~'tina andr conmli lunl
events scheidulfd in dJackson ile and the suriworzdoin' area
PICTURE THIS-All area ladies are in cited to attend
the Mandann Christian Women's Club July Luncheon
"Picture This!" on Tuesday. Jul 11, 2006 at the Ramada
Inn in Mandarin. The luncheon cost is $13.50 and
\\1ll be held from 12:00 1:30 p.m. Doors open at 11:30
a.m. Chen I MacLeod. Creative Memories Consultant,
i1ll briefly share the w\\a to make photo safe books fea-
turing the "stars" in \our family. Maril n Smton of Ne\\
Smnrna Beach. FL \\ill share "Ho%\ to O\ercome
Disappointments and Have Lasting Jo\". Reservations
for Lunch & FREE Nurser can be made b\ calling
Cande at 908-5609 or Char 287-6814 or b\ email at
sveetleespoilediticomcast.net Please make reservations
by Thursday, July 6th. Come and in\ ite a friend! She'll
be glad you did!
CHAMPS WALK-Du\al County Public Schools
Superintendent Joseph Wise, School Board Chairman
Brenda A. Priestly Jackson I District 4) and Ribault High
School Principal Royce Turner \ill join officials from
the Project reach Foundation for a community outreach
visit to residents of the Ribault High School neighbor-
hood on SaturdaN. June 24. The CHAMPS
(Contributing to High Achie\ement Made In Public
Schools) Walk \will begin at Ribault High School. 3701
Winton Drive. at 10:00 a.m. and continue until noon.
Participants should complete registration b\ 9:45 a.m.
Walk participants \\ill also distribute school supplies,
books and other educational materials.
ABC'S OF GRANT WRITING-The American Society
for Concerned Citizens will host a half-day grant-writing
%workshop entitled The ABC's of Grant Writing, from
9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on Wednesday. June 30 and July 1 at
the Baymeado\s AmeriSuites Hotel in Jackson\ille.
Participants i\\ll be provided a step-by-step approach to
the identification of funding needs, funding sources,
obtaining a request for proposal. preparing a winning
proposal, and laying the groundwork for successfully
completing the grant project. For registration informa-
tion contact ASCC toll free at (866) 208-5589 or online
at www.asccnet.org.
FUN-FILLED COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS-
Thousands of food and cooking fans are expected to join
popular TV Chef Martin Yan at the fim-filled, day-long
Simon Super Che/s Live! tour, which \\ill visit
Jacksonville on Saturday, June 24, hosted by The
Avenues, a Simon Mall. The e\ent is free and open to
the public. The sho\ runs from 11:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
and includes li\e cooking demonstrations, \ine semi-
nars, food and beverage sampling, sponsor pa\ilions.
cookbook sales, autograph and book signing, and culi-
narn activities \\ith participating retailers and restau-
rants. the show\ \\ill be emceed by four-time Emm\
A\\ard-\ inning Host Bill Boggs.
YOUTH SOCCER/SOCCER COACHES
RECRUITMENT-The James Weldon Johnson Familn
YMCA is no\v registering boys and girls ages four
through nine for youth soccer now through Jul 15. For
more information stop b\ the Y at 5700 Cleveland Rd. or
call 904 765-3589. The Johnson Famill YMCA is also
looking for men and women to coach soccer for the
youth teams. A coaches meeting \\ill be held on
Monday, June 26. 6:00 p.m. at 5700 Cle\eland Rd.
WHEELS OF LOVE-AII Medicare recipients should
now\ be aware that they may be eligible to receive a
power wheelchair. paid for by Medicare, if they suffer
from conditions such as arthritis, respiratory disorders.
cardiovascular disease, pain, gait instability, and other
conditions that impair a beneficiary's ability to partici-
pate in completing activities of daily living. For more
information for medicare eligibility call 1-866-631-
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Florida Cancer Trials, Inc.

Awarded $50,000 Grant

Educate Black Communities

About Treatment Options


TALLAHASSEE. Fla. --
-Florida Cancer Trials. Inc.
received $50.000 from the
William L Culbertn. Jr. Tnist
to educate Florida's African-
American community about
cancer clinical trials
Administered b\ WachoLia
Bank, the grant \\ill .ump-
start a 3ear-long awareness
campaign to promote cancer
clinical trials as a treatment
option.
"We're trying to get the
\ord out to the African-
American community ho\\
\ital their inmoliement is to
the o\ erall fight against can-
cer, and this grant \~Ill help
us make great strides." said
Kenneth Bnant, a urologist
\ith St. Petersburg-based
Suncoast Medical Clinic and
the chairman of the ad\ isor
board for the Florida Cancer
Trials Outreach for African-
Americans. "Research has
sho\n that African-
Americans are more likely\
to die of cancer than an\
other group and ha\ ing them
participate in these studies
could help us discover med-
icines to decrease the mor-
talit rate."
According to Andre\ G.
Davis. Wachovia Trust \ice
president and senior charita-
ble adisor. "Mr. Culbert
had a philanthropic interest
\\ith a desire to gi\e back to
his community. As Stewards
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Henry L. "Poppa John"
Joiner died June 14, 2006
in Tallahassee. FL. He
was a former resident of
Goodwin Street in
Jacksonville's MLxontown
area. Survivors include
sister, Linda R. Joiner.
other relatives and
friends.
Funeral services were held
on Saturday.
June 17. 2006 in
Tallahassee. FL


that we honor Mr. Culbert's
\wish bN making grants that
positMel\ affect the lies of
man\ of his fellow\
Floridians."
The American Cancer
Society's Cancer Facts &
Figures for African
Americans estimated last
\ear that more than 63.000
African-Americans died
from cancer. This year
alone, more than 96,000
Floridians \\ ll be diagnosed
\ith cancer and nearly.
40.000 \\ill die from the dis-
ease, according to fhe
American Cancer Society.
While cancer-related
deaths among African-
Americans have decreased
bh at least 1.6 percent
between 1993 and 2001. the
report shows they continue
to have the highest mortality
rate of any racial or ethnic
population.
African-Americans are
also the least likely to seek
other medical options.
which is \hy Florida Cancer
Trials. Inc. is launching a
lear-long educational cam-
paign that \ill include get-
ting the word out through
variouss media outlets, health
programs, medical centers.
community health fairs and
the faith-based community.
According to the
National Cancer Institute,
from 2003-2005. only 8 per-
cent of African Americans
enrolled in a publicly funded
cancer clinical trial. The lo\\
turnout has, in part, been
because of the lack of under-
standing about clinical trials
and their distrust of medical
research.
There is a common mis-
conception that clinical trial
patients receive care that is
inferior to standard treat-
ment. In fact, patients who
participate in cancer clinical
trials receive the highest
possible quality of care from
today's leading physicians
and health care providers.
Participants \ho do not
receive the experimental
drug or treatment under
study receive the best-
kno\wn. current standard
treatment.
"Clinical trial partici-
pants have access to the lat-
est drugs and are among the
first to receive potentially
effective, new therapies."
said Robert Marsh. chair-
man of the board for Florida
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ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested par-
ties respond to the solicitation below by 2-00 p.m., Tuesday, July
18, 2006. Further information is available through Onvia
DemandStar at www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-1712], or the
District's website at wvw sjrwmd com. Proposal packages may
be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling
Judy A Bowen, CPPB, Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-
4237.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NUMBER SK301RA
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF STREAM AND
SPRING DATA COLLECTION SITES AND COLLECTION AND
PROCESSING OF STAGE AND DISCHARGE DATA .

The District requires the services of a Contractor to provide for
the operation and maintenance of stream and spring data collec-
tion sites, and for the collection, processing and delivery of
stage and discharge data for numerous sites throughout the St.
Johns River Water Management District Contractor must have'
knowledge and experience in discharge measurement methods
to perform this work. The estimated budget for the first term of
this project is $250,000.00.

A MANDATORY pre-proposal conference is'scheduled
for 10:30 a.m Wednesday, July 5, 2006
District Headquarters

The pre-proposal conference is intended to provide Proposers
the opportunity to receive clarification of any requirement of this
Request For Proposal. The District will only accept Proposals
from those attending the pre-proposal conference.

District staff will meet at District headquarters at 2:00 p.m., July
28, 2006, to evaluate and rank Proposals. The evaluation com-
mittee 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 Distnct's headquarters on
August 11. 2006. Respondents selected for oral presentations
will be notified in advance of the presentation date. Staff's rec-
ommendation will be presented to the Governing Board at its
September 12, 2006, meeting.

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested
through Judy A. Bowen, CPPB, Contracts Administrator or by
calling (386) 329-4450 (TDD), at least five (5) business days
before the date needed.
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St. Johns County Special Investigative Detectives confiscated a sizable amount of
cocaine and marijuana (shown here) during an undercover investigation.


WDetectives with the
St. Johns County Special
Investigative Unit have
seized 4 Kilograms
(Kilos) of Cocaine and 4
Grams of Cannabis fol-
lowing information
obtained through under-
cover investigative tech-
niques.
Information became
known to investigators on
Monday stating a Black
Dodge, Durang6 with an
identifiable Florida
Registration would be
traveling on 1-95 from
Tampa to Jacksonville
with a shipment of


cocaine.
Investigators began
surveillance on I-95
attempting to locate the
vehicle by matching the
descriptions provided in
the afternoon hours on
Monday.
Several hours later a
vehicle which matched
the description was
observed approaching St
Johns County on the
interstate and a marked
K-9 Team was requested
to assist.
Deputy Steve Gazdick
and K-9 "Aron" observed
the car speeding and fol-


lowing other motorists
too closely on the 1-95
just South of SR 207.
After conducting a
traffic stop, Gazdick dis-
covered the driver of the
car had a suspended dri-
ver's license and was des-
ignated a Habitual Traffic
Offender..
After removing the
driver and a passenger
from the car, a "Sniff"
was conducted by the K-9
Team and received a pos-
itive "alert" for illegal
drugs.
As investigators
searched the vehicle they


discovered a backpack
which contained a shoe
box with four separate
,packages, each contain-
ing a kilogram of cocaine.
Additionally, 4 grams of


Karone T. Cowert

Cannabis was also locat-
ed in the vehicle.
The driver identified
as Torrence Jermaine
Joyner, 39, 03/19/67,
4335 Chestnut Lane Ave.


Lathonia, Georgia.
Joyner is charged with
Trafficking in Cocaine
over 400 Grams of,
Possession of Cannabis
and Driving with d
Suspended License as a
Habitual Offender.
The Passenger was
identified as Karone
Tarell Cowert, 29,/
10/26/77, 4601 N.W. 183
Street of Carol City,
Florida is charged with
Trafficking in Cocaine
over 400 Grams.
Joyner is being held on
a $500,000 Bond while
Cowert is currently held
on a $50,000 Bond.


Legislation Offered To Protect U.S. Troops

From Predatory Payday Lenders


WASHINGTON, D.C.
-- U.S. Senators Jim
Talent (R-Mo.) and Bill.
Nelson (D-Fla.) today
announced they offered a
bipartisan amendment to
the Defense Authorization
Bill to stop. predatory
payday lending practices
targeted at our service-
men and women.
The Talent-Nelson
amendment would limit
the Annual Percentage
Rate (APR) that payday
lenders can charge, sol-


diers and their spouses for
a loan. Payday lenders
have targeted active duty
service members who, in
some cases, are now pay-
ing over 800 percent APR
on a loan.
"Predatory lending has
been a 'staggering prob-
lem in Missouri -and
around the country in
areas where our service-
men and woman are sta-
tioned," said Sen. Jim
Talent, Chairman of the
Seapower Subcommittee.
"These businesses prey
on young military person-
nel and charge upwards of
800 percent APR on small
loans. The Department of
Defense has even said
that servicemember debt
resulting from predatory
practices directly impacts
troop readiness. We have
to step in and stop these
predatory lenders from
making a quick buck at
the expense of the liveli-
hood and future of those
defending our freedom."
"Our servicemen and
women and their families
should not become the
targets of unscrupulous
lenders," said Sen. Bill
Nelson. "This proposal
would spell the end of
exorbitant 800-percent
interest charges many sol-
diers now face."
"Recent studies have
shown that payday lend-
ing outlets are prevalent
around military installa-
tions and are,, readily
available through the
Internet," said Dr. David
Chu, Under Secretary of
Defense for Personnel
and Readiness in a letter
in support of the measure.
"This legislation provides
the limits needed'to moti-
vate service members to
consider solutions that
may be difficult in their
short term, but provide


financial stability for
their future."
The Talent-Nelson
amendment applies only
to military personnel and
offers national protection
from' predatory payday
lenders. According to the
Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS),
military families pay an
estimated $80 million
annually in payday loan
fees.i ,The amendment
establishes a federal ceil-
ing at 36 percent APR. It
does not prohibit states
from adopting legislation
with a lower limit.
In this month's issue
of Seapower magazine,
Admiral Mike Mullen,
Chief of Naval
Operations, U.S. Navy,
said "A sailor's 'financial
readiness directly impacts
unit readiness and the
navy's ability to accom-
plish its mission...I am
concerned with the num-
ber of sailors who are
taken advantage of by
predatory lending prac-
tices, the most common of
which is the payday
loan."
In addition, an impres-,
sive list of military and.
veteran service organiza-
tions, with over 5.5 mil-
lion members, support the
Talent-Nelson legislation.
The Military Coalition
includes the Association
of the United States Army
(AUSA),.- .' Military
Officers Association of
America (MOAA), and
the Veterans of Foreign
Wars (VFW).
Consumer groups like
the Center for
Responsible Lending,
Consumer Federation of
America, and Institute of
Consumer Financial
Education also support
the bipartisan amend-
ment.


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Heat Receives Championship


Welcome After Returning


To Miami With NBA Title


1,1.. IY';


The Miami Heat beat the Dallas Mavericks 95-92 in
Game 6 Tuesday, June 20 for the 18-year-old franchise's
first National Basketball Association title. The Heat became
the third team in NBA history to win the championship after
losing the first two games of the final series. And they could
not wait to get home afterward.
Lines of cars rolled slowly though streets, horns honking
as passengers leaned out of windows to cheer. Throngs of
onlookers banged pots and pans, danced and waved signs
when the team returned to Miami. No arrests were reported.
Finals MVP Dwyane Wade, center Shaquille O'Neal and
the other Heat members arrived at Miami International
Airport shortly before 7 a.m., just hours after noisy but
peaceful celebrations sprung up in South Beach, Little
Havana and Hialeah.
At the airport, fans gave huge cheers and pressed up
against a chain link fence as the players' plane arrived. Fire
trucks shot streams of water over the aircraft as it taxied
toward a hangar, where a fleet of black limousines and sport
utility vehicles waited to carry the new champs home.
Fire trucks shot streams of water over the aircraft.
"It was great looking out the window, it was a great feel-
ing to see the fans," assistant coach Bob McAdoo said. "The
pilot told them to look out the window and they saw the
crowd."
O'Neal hoisted the golden trophy with one hand and then
cradled it as he walked off the plane, smiling and waving. On
his first appearance in Miami after he was traded from Los
Angeles two summers ago, he promised he would bring a
title -- and delivered.
Riley said the team drank 22 bottles of the high-end
Cristal champagne on the flight.
"I'm running on fumes right now," said center Alonzo
Mourning, who's played 13 seasons, interrupted twice by
retirements to fight a life-threatening kidney ailment, but is
now a champion. "I'm so excited."
More parties were being scheduled. The championship
parade envisioned 11 years ago by Pat Riley, Heat coach and
president, was held Friday, June 23 at 2 p.m. in downtown
Miami. Heat players also attended a party Friday at


Mansion, a night-
club on trendy
South Beach.
"It's just fan-
tastic, fantastic," .
Heat owner
Micky Arison told
reporters after
arriving. n g
"Everything we
heard about the
reaction fromF ,
Miami have been
tremendous. The
fans have been
great. Gracias,
Miami."
Dwyane Wade
had 36 points in
the victory, one
that made O'Neal
a four-time world
champion and
gave Pat Riley his
fifth ring.
Afterward, they Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade waves to
celebrated in their fans after arriving at Miami
locker room, International Airport. (AP PhotolLuis M.
spraying cham- Alvarez)
pagne in every direction, then moved the festivities to a
Dallas hotel before flying home. "I'm going to live it up,"
Wade said, "because we deserve it."
Francisco Saravia, a 34-year-old Miami biology teacher,
started his celebration Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena,
where he watched a live broadcast of the game with about
14,000 other fans. He ran outside the arena after the game to
exchange high-fives, then made his way to the airport to
await the team.- "It gives you a sense of pride, a sense of
belonging to a community that embraces the team,' Saravia
said.


TORONTu c y ams nee
SW i wed a little time to get going in his CFL
R debut.
After gaining 8 yards in the first
half, the former Dolphins running back
finished with 97 yards on 18 carries in
i the Toronto Argonauts' 27-17 win over
the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday,
i pA t June 17 in the regular-season opener for
both teams.
Spergon Wynn replaced injured
quarterback Damon Allen after the.third
play of the game when Allen went down
icky Williams with a broken middle finger,on his right
hand. But Toronto stuck with its pass-,
first gameplan even though it had Williams in the backfield.
The Argos, especially in the first half, seemed content to) use Williams as a decoy rather
than a ball carrier. The former Heisman Trophy winner had three carries, and two catches for
24 yards in the. half.
Williams was especially impressive in the fourth quarter, with Toronto protecting a 24-17
lead. He had'.11 carries for 72 yards, including a 35-yard run after rookie Jermaine Mays'
interception put the Argos at their 20-yard line.


-New York Knicks gener-
al manager Isiah Thomas
has been named to replace
.fired head coach Larry
Brown.
Brown was, hired last
summer to turn around the
Knicks. They posted a23-59
record the second worst in
the NBA last season and.
failed to make the playoffs.


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Miami Heat fans cheer after the Heat arrived at Miami
International Airport Wednesday morning, June 21,
2006, in Miami. The Heat defeated the Dallas Mavericks
95-92 to win the NBA basketball championship Tuesday,
June 20. (AP PhotolLuis M. Alvarez)

NBA Star LeBron James

Invests In Housing Project
CLEVELAND
.' LeBron James traded his
basketball jersey for a
gray business suit and
white hard hat as he
announced his involve-
Sment in a $4.7 million
S housing development in
Sone of the city's roughest
S. neighborhoods.
The Cleveland
Cavaliers All-Star and
three friends who formed
LRMR Development
LLC, are among the
investors in the 18-unit
project that will feature
LeBron James puts on a hard two- and three-bedroom.
hat during a ground-breaking
ceremony for Parkside ,000-square-foot town-
Townhomes. (AP Photo/Jamie- houses expected to sell
Andrea Yanak) for $265.000 to $3215000
each.
"We're very excited about refirbishng and bringing great
things to what we call the 'hood. E\ ern bodN else may call it
the city but we call it the 'hood," James said to cheers at a
symbolic groundbreaking f6r the project. "That's \here \\e
grew up at and \\ et er eier had an opportunity like this."
Donning the hard hat that bare l fit these head of his 6-
foot-8 frame, the 21-year-old James clutched a ho\el as he
posed for photos with neighborhood children during a
pounding rain at an event marking the release of plans for
Parkside Townhomes.
The homes will overlook Rockefeller, Park near the
Glenville neighborhood east of downtown, where one of his
business partners grew up. They will be built on a lot that
used to be a vibrant retail center but has been vacant for
years. The lakeside area, once home to the' city's most afflu-
ent families, is in the beginning stages of a redevelopment
after race riots in 1968 caused Widespread arson and looting
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EDITOR'S NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven
guilty in a court of law. Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports are a
matter ofpublic record. The Florida Star seeks to educate the com-
munity in the hopes of keeping our community safe.

State Attorney Does

Not Press Charges

Against Store-Owner
State Attorney Harry Shorstein announced that his office
will not press charges against Doug Freeman, the store-
owner who shot Vincent Hudson, whom he thought was
attempting to rob his store.
The details are as follows:
On May 31, 2006 at approximately 12: 30 p.m., Vincent
Hudson entered Marvin's Electronics store on Edgewood
Avenue in Jacksonville. Hudson first spoke with Heather
Dacus, a store employee. According. to Dacus, when
Hudson entered the store he was crouched down and acting
fidgety.
Hudson asked Dacus for a phone charger and became
angry when she could not produce one. Hudson then fol-
lowed Dacus behind the counter. In turn, dacus went into the
back of the business and was told by store-owner Doug
Freeman to go into the back of the store.
Freeman had first observed Hudson walking past the
front window of his store trying to look in. Freeman
watched Hudson enter the store on a video surveillance cam-
era. Freeman saw Hudson lean over the store's front count-
er and look into the interior office.
Freeman described Hudson as agitated. Freeman then
ordered Dacus and all other store employees into the, back of
the room of the large business. Based on these actions alone,
Freeman then called 911 and reported a robbery in progress.
When Freeman saw Hudson walk into the interior office,
Freeman confronted him there.
S Hudson then walked out of the interior office and into the
small lobby of the business and Freeman followed. Hudson
stated he had just been released from jail or prison. While in
the lobby, according to Freeman. Hudson reached for a bulge
: in his waistband. When he did, Freeman produced a hand-
gun and fired five shots at Hudson
In an interview with police, Hudson said he went into the
Business to ask $3. he asked Dacus for $3 and she said she
didn't have any money. Hudson said he went into.the interi-
or office to retrieve some candy. Hudson said Freeman came
out front, cocked the pistol and shot him. Hudson has. six
felony convictions and six convictions for crime of dishon-
esty. ajury would be instructed that they could take these 12
crimes into consideration in \weighing Hudson's credibility.
-Florida law allo\ s a person to use deadly force if both an
objective and subjective standard are satisfied. the person
using deadly force must subjectively and reasonably believe
that the force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great
S bodily harm to himself or others or to prevent the imminent
commission of a forcible felony. That belief must be objec-
tively. reasonable.
Additionally, the person using deadly force must be
Judged by the circumstances by which he.was surrounded at
': the time force was sued. The danger facing the person need
S not be actual; however, the appearance of danger must have
-: been so real that a reasonably cautious and prudent person
S under the same circumstances wouldd ha\e believed that the,
:! danger could be avoided only through the use of that force.
In this case, said Shorstein. Mr. Freeman called 911'prior
.: to the shooting and reported that w\as about to be robbed.
:Freeman collected his employees and moved them to the
S back of the office. Freeman noticed Hudson acting suspi-
ciously and noticed a bulge in his \waistband.
The testimony of several w witnesses supports Freeman's
S.: statements that Hudson %\as acting suspiciously. had a bulge
in his waistband, was looking around, and repeatedly asked
for money.
: Based on the testimony and evidence, there is no reason-
: able probability of overcoming the objective and subjective
:standard requirement to the justifiable use deadly\ force
: instruction. Therefore, there is not a reasonable probability
: of conviction. ,
S "While Mr. Freeman's actions were reasonable under the
law. this finding should not be viewed, in any way, as my
approval of unnecessary use of deadly force. All cases
: : involving the use deadly force will be closely scrutinized
and charges will be filed if appropriate. It is the sincere hope
of this office that persons finding themselves in Mr.
: Freeman's position will take every reasonable and practical
step to avoid the use ofdeadlh force." said Shorstein.



Man Tries To Pay With

Bartender's Checks

. STATESBORO, Ga., A 21-year-old Georgia man was
S "arrested after trying to buy drinks with a checkbook he found


at a bar. Unfortunately for Jody Brian Minor of McRae, the -
checkbook's owner was the bartender serving him.
Minor was arrested on theft and forgery charges early'
Saturday morning, Statesboro Police Detective Terry Briley
said. He was "extraordinarily intoxicated," Briley said.
Minor is out on bond, and his case will go before a grand
S jury, in August, Briley said.
: vinor was at Dingus Magee's bar when he found a
checkbook and began paying his tab with it, Briley said. One
of the bar's emplo yees realized the checks belonged to a fel-
low bartender Hubble Beasley, who called police. Briley
S said Minor's father has paid the dinquent $129 bar tab.

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Your Weekly Horoscope

(JUNE 24, 2006-JUNE 30, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) Any work that
needs doing
should be finished
up this week
while the planets
are still in your
favor. Next week mistakes
could be made causing you
to do the work all over
again. Start saving every
receipt you receive you
may need them in a couple
of weeks when errors are
made and papers are lost,
causing you some worry and
the possibility of trouble.
Words sound sweet. Listen
to your heart this week as it
tells you a very important
message. You could discov-
er wonderful new adven-
tures manifest as you take
short journeys. If you have
been dreaming of writing -
whether a book, a letter, or a
short story you will find
that your words have a mag-
ical impact at this time.
Don't let the fears of another
keep 'you from expressing
your heart. This week lucky
numbers are: 2, 4, 10, 14,'
20.
Taurus (April 20 -
Mlay 21) You need to initi-
ate a conversation
about domestic
matters and get
Se er y thin g
straightened out. You seem,
to be the one in charge now
-so: it is up to you to say
whatever needs to be said.
Do not over do with garden-
ing or other home projects or
you will end up with a back
problem. By the end, of the
week you'll have a feeling
that the whole world is wait-
ing for youto ask.for what
you want. Oh, you thought
you were just being blocked
by ariother? No, the truth is
.that you must trust the world
to give you not only what
you need but what you want.
This is a time of wonderful l
good luck if you are willing
to confront your fear of
rejection by asking. Others
come to you in love and you
may find that which seemed
impossible now becomes a
reality. This week lucky
numbers are: 4, 10, 12, 34,;
40.
Gemini (May 21
June 21) This is a eren
busy week ith a lot of run-
ning around and a lot ofvis-
iting. People seem to be in
and out around
you. Artistic inspi-
ration ma\ strike
you on Tuesday so
be prepared to implement
your ideas., You have a lot of,
good ideas now and plent)
of energy. Watch your hands
and feet this week as acci-
dents may occur. As the
week Will be progressing,
you are going to find that
life is just a little more fun.
The restrictions of the last
12 months are lifting and
' you are ready to "enter the
'joy zone. All that appears to
be impossible all of a sudden
comes to you as if by magic.
It-is not magic. It is just that
the world has times of still-
ness and 'times of move-
ment. You are entering a
time of movement. Love
seems a little sweeter right
now. This week lucky num-'
bers are: 2, 12, 18, 24, 32.
Cancer June 21-


July 22) It ....
looks like you've I
been feeling 'Y
stressed in recent
weeks. This week could
,bring some pleasant devel-
opments on the romantic
front. Eien ordinary friend-


ships are likely to be espe-
cially enjoyable. You are
among the most sympathetic
of signs, and people some-
times 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) People are not listening
to you now so save your
breath. Try not to
go overboard in
spending your
money this week
even though the temptation
is great. You tend to be too
generous at times. What you
see as an opportunity right
now will probably not work
out in the future. Save your-
self for something better that
comes along later this win-
ter. A change in your home
brings greater personal secu-
rity. Consider the skills and
talents that you have natu-
rally and maybe you will,
'discover the key to Nourr
inner self. Messages from
family members can involve
you in an exciting opportu-
nity. This week lucky num-
bers are: 10, 12, 18, 40, 48.
Virgo .(August 23 -
September 22) Do not
allow things to
get out of hand at
the very begin-
ning of this week.
Someone is all up tight, says
too much and everyone is
off and running. Tn to keep
a lid on it and calm everyone
down with a good dose of
your common sense. You are,
very busy now with your
own plans and ideas that you
need to start implementing
sometime this \week. You
might find that \ou are ready
to make compromises and'
move ina ne\\ direction. A
spouse or partner may need
some extra tender loving
care. Be willing to give at
this time in order to receive
tomorrow. This week luck?
numbers are: 18, 20, 24. 32.
38. .
Libra (September 23
SOctober 23) By mid
week everything
should be going
exactly the way
you want. The
only drawback is that you
have to initiate the conversa-
tion and the plans. Also\ ou
must work around someone
else's schedule. Plan some-
thing relaxing and comfort-
able and you cannot go
wrong. Around mid week a
Friend will be talking to you
about moving away. With
some extra effort you can
turn a bad situation into a
helpful and happy event.
Don't be afraid to show your
vulnerability to a loved one.
This, \eek lucky numbers
are: 4, 14, 34, 38, 52.;
Scorpio. (October 24
November 21)Tenisions
may blow up on 'SK
your on Monday Itp
of this week so be
prepared. This has
been building for 'awhile.
Secret talks and meetings
are going on and everyone is


overreacting. Make no
moves unless you are forced
into them because you could
do the wrong thing at .this
point in time and lose. A
friend could steer you in the
right direction if you ask. A
new relationslAp proves to


be rather intriguing. Don't
let the past influence you in
a negative way. What you
fear does not exist any
where except in your mind.
This week lucky numbers
are: 10, 12,-18, 24, 48.
S a g i tt a ri us
(November 22
December 21) This week
you can get back
to sour own con-
cerns without wor-
r ying about others.
New plans and ideas are
beginning to pop into your
mind and need to be dis-
cussed with business associ-
ates. By the end of this week
you need to be ready to
implement any agreements
reached in the next two
weeks. At that point the tim-
ing will be right. If you have
been thinking about getting
married or solidifying an
existing partnership, now is
the time.This week lucky
numbers are: 2, 14, 18, 20,
38.
C a.p r ic o r n.
(December 22 January
19) You are still
running in a lucky
streak. One more
week' of having
the advantage on your side
so take a chance on some-
thing. Extra money should
be coming in'now to help
pay for a shopping spree.
The,one you just met)cpuld
be just. the one you have


been looking for so do try a
date to see how the chem-
istry mixes. This week lucky
numbers are: 4, 14, 32, 40,
52.
Aquarius (January
20 -February 19th) There
is a danger you could
indulge yourself
and become
overextended
which will ruin
the credit rating you have
Worked so hard. to accom-
plish. This is a week to be
practical and to spend only
what you can afford. Do not
waste your finances on good
times learn to set limits on
yourself. If you thought oth-
ers were not listening, well.
you were wrong. This week
lucky numbers are: 24, 28,
40, 48, 52.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20) Is there truth in
your world or is it all illu-
sion? Questions
seem 'to come
more easily than
answers at this
time. If you are not sure
about what is right action at
this time, it is an indication
,that spirit is telling .you to be
still and wait. If you are
involved in a game of cat
and mouse, you may think
you are the cat when you are
the mouse or vice versa.\
This week lucky numbers
are: 2, 24, 32, 44, 80.


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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:
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Published Weekly
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June 24, 2006


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Needed


etrotown


S. The Northeast Florida Center for
Community & Justice (NFCCJ) is
i looking for teens entering 10th.
S, Ilth or 12 grades to participate in.
S- N letroto\\n Institute. a four-day
.... *. program promoting respect and
'" S .... understanding among people of
.." 'i different racial, ethnic. cultural and
rego economic backgrounds. the pro-
'- gram \\ill be held Ju.l. 24-27 daily
[ at Riverside Park United Methodist
Church.
Foir the 17th year, metrotodni
A "' ilEt D o Institute will bring together high
o -- school students to explore living
L ll i successfully in an increasingly
diverse and interdependent world.
Participants share ideas and feel-
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munications. religious traditions, gender roles and self esteem.
"-lWhen students complete the Nletrotown program, they see the world through different e.es." said Celeste
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assure that it's relevant for toda\'s teens. Small group discussions and workshops, creative and artistic activities.
outdoor experiences and personal reflection \\ill all be used to encourage dialogue and relationships among the
kids. They deal \\ ith prejudice and discrimination head on and they learn more than Just about people \\ ho are
different. They learn about themselves." The delegates already enrolled include a broad cross section of racial,
ethnic and religious backgrounds. including African Anericans. Asians. Hispanics, Christians. Muslims. Je\\s and
others.. Students must be referred to the program by a sponsor--parent. teacher, counselor, clergy. or connunitv
leader. Students must complete a Nletroto\vn application to be considered for the program. Applications and addi-
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"'The program is designed for 50 delegates and \\e ha\e room for another 25 or so." said Kruger. Students
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Living Through Giving Scholarship Announced


Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida is
pleased to announce the
establishment of the
Living Through Giving
Scholarship Program.


The scholarship has
been established for stu-
dents who have had an
experience with hospice
and/or a loss in their
immediate family. One


scholarship will be award-
ed in each of the following
four (4) categories:
Liberal Arts A
student matriculating at
Edwards Waters College


The DCHD And Bridge


Adolescent Health Center


Host Teen Event

The Duval County Health Department (DCHD) in conjunction with The Bridge
Adolescent Health Center announce, their Food, Fun & Fixin' teen event to introduce
the new life support counselors that have joined the team. The Bridge invites teens to
come to The Teen Center, 1830 Pearl Street, on Thursday, June 22, from 2 p.m. to 4
p.m.
The life support counselors will be on hand to speak with teens about their emo-
tions. Whether they are sad, mad or stressed the counselors will be there to offer sup-
port and help turn these negative feelings into more positive emotions. The counselors,
along with offering support to the teens, hope to teach a coping mechanism to help deal
with the negative aspects in their lives. At the end of the event and as a means of
encouragement to use the coping mechanism taught at the event, the teens will be given
journals and pens to write their emotions in.
"The event has come from a need that our community has not yet been able to meet
for our teens," said Roxanna Ebanks, RN, MSN, ARNP, Health Center Administrator,
The Bridge. "After the event is over, the life support counselors will be at The Bridge
to assist the teens in dealing with the issues they face and help channel their negative
feelings into more positive emotions."
As the only teen center in Northeast Florida, The Bridge offers a unique array of
services to those under 21 years of age. The services include:

Medical Services


School Physicals and Immunizations
Prenatal Care Services and Pregnancy Testing
Birth Control Education and Products
Testing, Counseling and Treatment for Sexually
Transmitted Diseases and HIV/AIDS
Care for Acute and Chronic Disease
Well and Sick Baby Check-Up

Life Support Counselors
Mentoring
Referrals for:

Mental Health Testing
Dental Care
Eye Exams
Speech Testing and Treatment
Hearing Testing and Treatment
Chronic Disease Follow-Up
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)


Health care A
student in the nursing pro-
gram at Florida
Community College at
Jacksonville
Arts A student
attending Douglas
Anderson or the LaVilla
School of the Arts
Higher Education
- A high school senior who
has participated in
Community Hospice's
Camp Healing Powers, a
camp for grieving children
conducted by Community
Hospice
Eligible students must
reside in Community
Hospice's five-county
service area Baker, Clay,
Duval, Nassau or St. Johns
counties and must be
African American.
A completed applica-
tion, official transcript and
letter of recommendation
must be postmarked no
later than July 31, 2006
and submitted to:
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida
Attention: Marietta
LeBlanc
4266 Sunbeam Road
Jacksonville, FL
32257
Living Through Giving
scholarship applications
are available on the
Community Hospice web-


site at www.community-
hospice.com or by calling
Marietta LeBlanc at
904.407.6176.
Each scholarship will
be in the amount of $1,000
and awarded for one year
only. Winning applicants
will be notified by August
31, 2006.
The presentation of
scholarships will take
place during the Living
Through Giving Gala,
Saturday, September 9,
2006, at the Ritz Theatre
& LaVilla Museum, 829
North Davis Street, in
downtown Jacksonville.
"Community Hospice
is committed to serving all
members of our communi-
ty and to being a good
community steward. We
would like to help repay
the generosity the commu-
nity has shown to us :by
offering these scholarships
for minority students \\ho
want to continue their edu-
cation. We are confident
that this investment will
bear good fruit and help
talented young people
move toward being the
good community stewards
and leaders of the future,"
said Susan Ponder-Stansel,
president and CEO of
Community Hospice.


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9041 766-8834


For more information about the event, contact The Bridge at: 904-798-4672.


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Paxon School Graduate Accepted


In Freshman Class At Georgia Tech

Harold Alexander Davis, son of Mr. & Mrs. Harold Eugene Davis and Phyllis Bell-
Davis, recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Paxon School for Advanced Studies,
one of the top 10 high schools in the country. The Commencement was held May 24 at
the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.
Davis, who was awarded the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, earned by
.only 41 of the 332 graduates, has been accepted in the Freshman 2006 Class atGeorgia
: Institute of Technology in Atlanta, where he intends to major in aerospace engineering.
SThe IB Diploma Programme is a rigorous and challenging two-year curriculum, pri-
marily aimed at students aged 16 to 19. It leads to a qualification that is widely recog-
Snized by the world's leading universities. Students study six subjects selected from the
Subject groups.
Normally three subjects are studied at higher level (courses representing 240 teach-
ing hours), and the remaining three subjects are studied at standard level (courses repre-
i senting 150 teaching hours). All three parts of the core --- extended essay (a minimum
-.. of 4,000 words), theory of knowledge and creativity, action, service are compulso-
ry and are central to the philosophy of the Diploma Programme.
Davis is the recipient of the prestigious Martin Luther King, Jr. Candidate Award
from Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Gamma Beta Boul6 in Recognition of High Academic
.. Achievement, given May 8. He received a plaque and a $750 cash award from the
organization.
The fraternity annually recognizes high achieving African American students from
Duval County public and private schools who scored at the 90th percentile or higher on
a national standardized test and scored at achievement level 4 or higher on Florida
Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT).
a F The fraternity has been honoring students since 1985 and is the country's oldest
i African American fraternity. Unlike most fraternities, Sigma Pi Phi selects its member-
I ship from male college graduates w\ho are recognized as outstanding achievers and pro-
Harold Alexander Davis ductive citizens.
The Jacksonville Alumni: Chapter of Georgia Tech also awarded Davis a $5,000
scholarship for his academic performance and will honor him, along with other members of the Fall 2006 class, in a celebration later this summer.
Davis has distinguished himself as an active member of the Teen Group at Cherry Street Church of Christ, a member of Who's Who Among
American High School Students, membership on the National Honor Roll, in the National Honor Society, and the Beta Club, as well as a Junior
Docent for the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. He is an avid jazz pianist and received the Florida Bandmaster Association Ensemble Award
and the Florida District Solo Ensemble Festival Award.



Eureka! A Science Camp For Girls

(NAPSI)-"Eureka!" That's what many parents say when they find a camp for their daughter that focuses on science.
That may be the cause of excitement as more than 1,700 girls, ages 11-13, will take part in a variety of engineering and science-related projects
at the weeklong EX.I.T.E. camps across the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific, sponsored for the eighth year by IBM.
EX.I.T.E. stands for EXploring Interests in Technology and Engineering.
"Traditionally, girls have shied away from taking math, science and technology courses because they didn't think they could excel in them, or
thought the classes were unrelated to what they wanted to do in their lives," said Katherine Hegmann, IBM General Manager, Global Application
Services, Business Consulting Services. "What many girls don't realize is that technology is providing opportunities for careers in virtually every
field they could hope to pursue."
As part of this year's program, EX.I.T.E. Campers will work in teams with IBM employee volunteers on innovation projects allowing the girls
to realize the wealth of ideas and talents they possess that could make a difference in medicine, health care, agriculture, entertainment, consumer
goods, environmental preservation or rescue and relief efforts. Each camp will document its innovations by creating a three-dimensional model,
blueprint or presentation. The campers will get a chance to present their innovations to local IBM volunteers and executives who will in turn pro-
vide feedback. Since its inception in 1999, 85 percent of the more than 5,000 girls who participated in an EX.I.T.E. Camp indicated that they would
consider pursuing an engineering or technical-related degree when they go to college. This shift in perception is critical for companies that depend


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100 scholarship and grant opportunities for African
American students.
The book proves to be very useful in a time
where federal funding for education is being cut,
and the high costs of tuition and books are rising.
The guide also includes tips on how to write a
winning scholarship essay, a listing of the top 10
minority internship programs, and profiles of all the
Black colleges and universities.
Dante Lee, CEO of Diversity City Media, com-
ments, "The book is a great resource for students
and parents searching for scholarships. There is so
much money available for minority students, but
many don't know where to start looking."
To purchase the Black Scholarship Guide, inter-
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Food

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(Sing to the tune of
Row, Row, Row
Your Boat)
"JUST LOOK
AT THOSE
HANDS!"
You've heard it over and over
again: "Just look at those
hands! Wash them!" Sure.
You get tired of hearing it.
And you probably tired of
washing up
so often. But if you kne--and
if grown-ups kne--exactly
why it's so important, hand-
washing would be "number
one" on everyone's list of
things to do.

You say you washed you
hands this morning after you
woke up? That's good. But
now it's lunchtime. You mean
you haven't washed your
hands again? Once a day just
isn't good enoug--not if you
want to keep harmful bacteria
and other germs away! We all
know human hands are won-
derful things. They can clap
and snap. They can hold a
napping cat or stir soup a vat.


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cracks and wrinkles where dirt and germs hide. You can see even tinier nooks and crannies if you look at your own hand with a magnifying glass. It looks
almost like a sponge, doesn't it?

While you're looking, you may also see some dirt. But no matter how hard you look, you won't see any germs. That's because they are tiny creatures (micro-
organisms) that can.only be seen through a microscope. Where do germs come from? They live everywhere. In fact, billions of them grow and live on your
body every day. Their favorite hangouts are your hair, under your fingernails and in the small folds of your skin. Most of these germs won't hurt you. In fact,
you can't even get rid of many of them, no matter how hard you try. But germs also come from the world around you, and some of these can hurt you. They
can make you sick. Luckily, these are the sort you can do something about. Do you know where your last cold came from? Scientists believe most people get
colds and other illnesses by touching a sick person or by touching something a sick person touched. That doesn't mean you shouldn't touch other people or
things. And it doesn't mean you have to wear gloves. All you have to do is wash your hands. Handwashing can als help you keep food safe. Let's say you're
making lunch, for your friends. If your dirt handstouch the food, germs could spread, grow and cause foo po soning. So next time, don't just look at those
hands-wash them! Follow these handwashing tips:

Wash Your Hands Often

After you go to the bathroom. If you touch a cut or sore. And always before you touch food. Also, wash your hands after you touch raw meat or poultry. They
may carry harmful germs too. Lather Up With Soap and Warm Water. The suds scrub dirt and germs away. Don't Leave Anything Out. Wash your hands front
and back arid between the fingers. Soap up your wrists too. And don't forget your fingernails. A good nail brush does the best job there. Rinse Well In Warm
Water. Those pesky germs will go down the drain!


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Unified Tribe's New FUNKtional Family


CD Breaks Onto Billboard Charts

AUSTIN, Texas -- FUNKtional Family, the new
CD and third release from Texas mega-band, Unified
Tribe is making noise in both radio and retail. The first I
single "Back and Forth," broke onto the Billboard Hot
R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts at number 77; and
entered the SoundScan US top selling singles charts at
number 17. On the heels of the single, FUNKtional E;; '
Family has followed with a break onto Billboard's i I i- 1
Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums Chart, and is now at t
iTunes. Both jocks and listeners are jumping on the
undeniably sultry "Back And Forth"'and it's illustri-
ous b-side "Don't Wanna Be". At radio, early believ-
ers-include Kiss 106.9 FM (Alexandria, LA), Hot
107.7 (Birmingham, AL), and The Beat 92.7
(Jacksonville, FL).
More than 350 retail outlets have picked up the
single, "Back and Forth" and the album FUNKtional -
Family, with coverage growing weekly. Retail support '-.
jicludes in-store play, listening booths, and prominent -
placement, "Every member of this group is talented to I I
the point of perfection. The vocals & instruments were so tight and yet smooth, my attention was captured throughout the CD," states Selekto Steve
of Select-O-Hits Distribution.
With an early UK release, FUNKtional Family has already made a stir abroad. The album is receiving airplay on BBC Radio and that station's
Trevor Nelson says it all with, "This album is mental!" The Album has hit number one on the three largest independent charts in the UK the Blues
& Soul Hiplist, Street Soul Chart, and Solar Radio Sweet Rhythms Chart the only record of 2006, of any genre, to top all three charts. Blues &
Soul Magazine says it is "arguably the hottest soul/R&B album around, with heavy airplay from the UK's leading soul DJs. A must for lovers of
the soulful groove." Additionally, FUNKtional Family has outsold all other import soul releases of the season.
FUNKtional Family is Unified Tribe's most soulful album to date. From smooth mid tempos that deal with the trials of relationships, to upbeat
mood transforming cuts like "Happy Go Lucky"; the album takes you on a rich emotional journey.
Putting the funk in "FUNKtional" is what Unified Tribe does best. Heavy hitting bass and brass driven tracks like "That Beat" and "Get the
Funk" clearly pay tribute to the Tribe's funk ancestry. With its current momentum, FUNKtional Family is sure to be Unified Tribe's biggest release
yet, as it helps to usher in the return of real music to radio and mainstream venues...the new old school.

About Unified Tribe
Unified Tribe is an Austin-based band with New York and L.A. roots. With 12 principal members, the band is a throwback, in both size and
sound, to the days of Earth, Wind & Fire and Sly & The Family Stone.
The Tribe is anything but industry-formulated, and It's their true musicality that first hooks fans. With a core that's been together for over twen-
ty years, their strong relationships form the perfect foundation for the potent sound in their music. Newcomers and industry veterans show an appre-
ciation for what they have to offer. "Unified Tribe is the badest band on the planet. If history repeats itself, then Unified Tribe is the next Earth,
Wind and Fire," states R&B group, The Whispers. Howard Hewitt, formerly with Shalamar, adds to that sentiment. "I went to their studio and left
with my mouth wide open...These cats are bad!"
Their production company, Magic Muzik Productions, Inc., comprised entirely of band members, has produced and worked with such R&B and
jazz veterans as Earth, Wind & Fire, The Whispers, The Manhattans, Phil Perry, The Rippingtons, George Duke, and Nia Peeples.
At home, both in the studio and on stage, the Tribe's originality comes across in any setting. Fans and industry aficionados alike often comment
oqn the live show far surpassing any expectations; however high, set by the albums.


Science Camp
Continued From B-4

on technical talent to fill key positions in addition to being timely, as evidenced in a recent survey by the Society of Women Engineers, which indi-
cated that 75 percent of girls, ages 12-17, do not plan to pursue careers in math, science or technology.
When the camps conclude, girls can stay in touch with the technical women at IBM through an e-mentoring program. So far, most girls have
found the camps to be an effective motivational experience. Parents may want to contact their child's school to see if the school participates in the
program. For general information on camps, visit the American Camp Association at www.acacamps.org. To learn more about EX.I.T.E., visit
www.ibm.com/employment/us/diverse/. Technically speaking-One camp provides girls with hands-on experience in technical activities.


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-Page B-8/June 24, 2006







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Premiere


Highlights!


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


By Rych McCain/feed-
backrych@sbcglobal net
The weather is back to
being hot again in Los
Angeles. The red carpet
premiere for the new
Rogue Pictures movie
WAISTDEEP was recent-
ly held at the Arclight
Cinerama Dome on
Sunset Boulevard in
Hollywood. As usual, the
press was left to stand
and bake in the hot sun an
hour and a half before the
guests started to arrive
and the security "rent-a-
cops," were their regular
stone face, stick-in-the-
mud selves. It seems as if,
"having the personality of
a dial tone" and "hating
on journalists" who are
privileged to interview,
photograph and mingle
with the stars, must be a
requirement to become a
"rent-a-cop," security
guard at these events.
The stars of the film,
Tyrese, Meagan Good,
Larenz Tate and The
Game, seemed to have
enjoyed their stroll down
the fluffy crimson walk-
way. Larenz Tate is not
only one of our favorites,
but the fans love him as
well. He graciously
acknowledged them by
waving back when they
yelled for him. Tyrese


always maintains a courte-
ous carpet manner while
greeting the press and fans
with his mega watt warm
smile, which is always
pleasing and the ladies
love him. The Game had to
display the usual "rapper-
no-smile-hard-face." In the
film business Game, you
are going to have to use
those smile muscles in
your face sooner or later
like Ice Cube had to do, or
get stuck playing low-life
hoodlum roles. That so-
called "hard," image is for
immature, insecure teeny
boppers trying to fit in on
the streets.
Of course my angel,
Meagan Good was manip-
ulated and relegated to just
stopping along the way for
the mainstream press out-
lets who hogged her carpet
time with 15 minute inter-
views (of which only a
minute and a half will
actually air), while skip-
ping us "little people."
Then when all of the inter-
view time was gone, she
had three studio pinheads
grabbing on her to yank
her off the carpet and into
the theater because the
movie was about to start.
The way they were pulling
on her, I was expecting her
to receive a Rodney King
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of the stick, yet "we" (not chops to boot. If it is a
the mainstream press), are box office hit, we'll see if
the one's who highlight those sarfie grabby studio
this coverage for "you," bosses who were so
are faithful readers. eagerly snatching on her
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By Rych McCain


Music
Mitchy Slick's soph-
omore album Urban
Survival Syndrome on
Angeles Records is due
August 1 t. He is cur-
rently burning up the
stage on tour with DJ
Quik. Veteran Lady
Rapper MC Lyte had
her grand opening of


her clothing store called
The Shaital Boutique.
Also on hand to sign
copies of her new book
titled, "Last Night A DJ
Saved My Life," was
writer Beth LeFlore.
KDAY-FM Radio per-
sonality and rapper Yo-
Yo broadcast live from
the shop where food,
drinks and merriment
were plentiful. The
Boutique is located at


12080 Ventura Bl.,
Studio City, CA. and the
phone is 818-752-4247;
Awards Shows
Foxy, multi-platinum
superstar recording artist
Ciara will co-host the
19th Annual ASCAP
Rhythm & Soul Music
Awards at the Beverly
Hilton Hotel in Beverly
Hills, CA., on Monday,
June 26, 2006, with


ASCAP President and
Chairman Marilyn
Bergman. Special
Awards will go to LL
Cool J and Bill Withers
Comedy
Our prayers and
good wishes go out to
80 year old, cult come-
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