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Title:
Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville, Fla.
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Man Arrested 4th Of July Weekend, Violence And Deaths

For A May 18


Murder


Cameron A. Holmes


Cameron A. Holmes, a
17-year-old, sometimes
called Tzee, TZ, TG and
-TGEE, has been arrested
for the murder of Joseph
Allen Lloyd, 49, on May
18, 2006.
Witness said that
around 10:35 p.m. they
found Joseph Lloyd dead
from a single gunshot
foundd .
ST\o witnesses stated
that the\ observed
Holmes and Llo d
in\ol ed in a physical
confrontation. Holmes
left the area and then
returned a short time later
and confronted the i cti m;
regarding the earlier con-
frontation.
Arrested cotniined on -7'


The Five-day 4th of
July weekend was much
more than fireworks and
family reunions. Thirty-
one people died on
Florida highways, includ-
ing Duval, St. Johns,
Nassai, Baker, and
Flagler counties.
Florida State trooper
also charged 198 people
with driving while under
the influence, issued
8,424 speeding tickets
and 1,457 citations for
not wearing seat belts.
Jacksonville Sheriffs
Office reported four
shooting, two stabbings
and a hit-and-run. One
person was shot in the
210.0 block of West 44th
and about ten minutes
later, one block a\\a\.
(2200 block of West 44th)
,another person was shot.
A twelve year old \\as
shot in the back, a A oman
\\as shot \ ith a pellet gun
and there \\as also a stab-
-bing on Beach Boule\ ard
and another on Mliss
Muffett Lane.
In essence, there \were
seen 'incidents, bet een
9:26 pm. and .about 1:30
a.m. on the night of July
4tlh.
Prior to the holiday, a


Ms. Lola Scott-One Of

City's Oldest-Dead At 108

S On July 22, 2006, Ms. Lola Scott would have cele-
brated her 109th birthday as she did last year at a nurs-
ing home in Jacksonville when the Florida Star,
SJacksonville residents and residents of the facility sang
"Happ Birthda\" to her. She sat there, held the hands
of those she talked with and even gave short jokes.
Ms. Scott was 'born July 22, 1897 in West.Palm
Beach, Florida but later.moved to Ocala and then to
Jacksonville in early 1900. Though she.never married,
she raised children of relatives and children of neigh-
bors. She enjoyed reading and life and was always in
good spirits, said relatives and those around her.

News In Brief

Sexually Based Issues Are Dividing
Black Churches Says Sharpton
In a commentary written for
CNN, Rev. Al Sharpton said that
"more than a year-and-a-half after
evangelicals catapulted George W.
SBush back to the White House,"
"we are a country now locked into
an unrighteous conflict overseas, a
country where racial equality is still
far from.realized, and a country that
Sharpton continues to allow poverty to run
rampant from coast to coast." "Yet
some high-profile black ministers continue to employ an
agenda focused solely on sexually-based themes, like deny-
ing a women's right to choose an abortion or a gay couple's

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Sheriffs Office employee,
Damon Lamar Baker was
arrested for unlawful
compensation or reward
for official behavior as a
public servant.
On July 3, 2006 an


Jonathan Strickland is
14- ears -of age. He is
from Inglewood,
California and set four
ivorld records whenli he
completed a round-trip

journey to Canada. With
this, he became the
youngest black person to


arrest warrant was issued
for Baker. He was locat-
ed at his apartment but
when learned it was an
officer with a warrant for
ihis arrest, he refused to
open the door and would
not continue his conver-


fly a helicopter round trip
international .
He also became the
youngest solo pilot to
successfully fly both a
helicopter and an air-
plane in one day..
On June 22,,2006, he
became the youngest per-
son to fly a helicopter


station with the arresting
officer.
According to the
report, Baker responded
to a burglary. Once in the
residence with the
female, according to the
female, on December 18,


solo, and the first to do
so internationally.

Stephanie Wilson has
been waiting ten.years to
go into space' and around
noon the Discovery shot
through the Florida skies
at more than 26-hundred
History continuedonA-7


The Rev. Dr. A.B. Coleman, Minister,

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er in'the church since his father was a pastor as
well as a natural in. the funeral home business
after working with his uncle while a student in
Washington, D. C. died Friday, June 30, after a short ill-
ness. Rev. Coleman was a caring man, which is obvious in
his chosen careers and in his Weekly statements that appear
in The Florida Star.'
Dr. Coleman was born in Daytona Beach but moved to
Jacksonville as a toddler when his father became pastor of


Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church. He is a graduate' of Stanton High School,
Benedict College in South Carolina and Luther Rice Seminary, Jacksonville. He
received an honorary doctorate from Florida Memorial University and from the
Worldwide School of Missions.
In 1972 Rev. Coleman began his service as co-pastor of Shiloh Metropolitan
Baptist with his father but six years later, organized his own church St. Andrew
Missionary Baptist Church where he served as pastor until his retirement last year.
As an initiator, Rev. Coleman founded A. B. Coleman Mortuary and Cremation
Service in 1982. Both his son and daughter are licensed funeral directors. His
daughter is also a case management nurse at Shands Jacksonville.
The Rev. Dr. Coleman spent all of his life helping and giving. His giving was not
only through his funeral service and his church, it included him serving as Trustee


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Violence continued on A-7

Man Missing Since
July 3 Is 20,
With 13 Offenses
Since 2003


Darius Waters
Darius Waters, 20, has
been, missing since'
Monday, July 3, 2006.
His mother is very con-:
cerned because she has:
not heard from hii anda
no body has been found.
Since 2003, Darius has
had seven drug arrests, 4:
burglary arrests and two"
traffic violations the lat-;
est incident occurred on
June .28, 2006.
Since Darius' disap-
pearance, police have dis-
covered information in
the NIA Terrace.
Apartment complex.
They speculate that his
disappearance may not be;
just "a missing person"
situation. In fact, there:
are several persons of
interest in the apartment;
complex that are being:
questioned.
Waters parents say he
is their oldest son and is'
loved by them. They
want him home but God
knows best.", They do
want "closure."





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The Voting Rights Act
reauthorization recently
suffered a political setback
in the U.S. House after the
GOP leadership caved into
opposition by a small group
of right-wing extremists,
abruptly canceling a vote on
extending provisions of the
historic 1965 law that are
set to expire next year.
In a surprise reversal,
U.S. House Speaker Dennis
Hastert and Republican
leaders took the legislation
off the House calendar on
June 21,, with promises to
renew efforts to pass it once
the concerns of a few are
resolved.
The bill's detractors felt
compelled to wait until a
meeting of House
Republicans on the day of a
scheduled floor vote, to air
their objections not in
May after the bill won near-
ly unanimous support from.
the House Judiciary
Committee or after it was
introduced with widespread d
bipartisan support from
both chambers of the U.S.
Congress.
Earlier this year, Hastert
promised to proceed quick-
ly on the legislation, calling
it one of his top priorities.
Or so he said.
Since 1965, Congress
has renewed the act three


times and added three new
provisions: extending the
right to vote to 18-year-olds
in 1970; protecting voting
rights for non-English
speakers in 1975; and most
contentious of all creating
majority minority congres-
sional districts in 1982.
The provisions most
problematic to the act's
detractors are: federal over-
sight of voting rules for nine
states with documented his-
tory of voter discrimination
otherwise known as
,Section 5; and the require-
ment of foreign language
ballots in areas with large
populations of non-English
speakers.
Section 5, the so-called
pre-clearance provision,
requires areas covered to
submit all proposed
changes in voting laws to
the U.S. Department of
Justice for approval.
Reps. Lynn
Westmoreland and Charlie
Norw ood, loudest of the
House 'objectors, claimed
the legislation unfairly sin-
gles out certain jurisdictions
because of past discrimina-
tion. They \ ant the act to
Sappl, to all states regardless
of past history) or none,at
all,. possible rendering the
law unconstitutional.
In a written statement,


CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
PUBLISHER
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


To Be Equal:
Congress Must Resist
Marc H. Morial
President and CEO of the National Urban League


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Westmoreland said it made
no sense to keep covered
states "in the penalty box
for 66 years" based on 1964
election results.
But the majority of all
federal objections have
occurred since 1982, when
Section 5 was last reautho-
rized, attesting to the per-
sistence of discrimination
that exists in areas covered
by the act. For the past 40
years, my own home state
of Louisiana has yet to pro-
duce a voting plan that gar-
nered Justice Department
approval the first time
through.
It should not be surpris-
ing that both Westmoreland
and Norwood hail from
Georgia, where, the state
legislature tried to impose a
photo identification require-
ment upon voters without
making provisions for those
who couldn't afford to shell
out $20 for a five-year state-
issued ID. The state's pre-
clearance plan received
U.S. Justice Department
approval in August of 2005,
over staff objections, only
to fail in the courts.
A U.S. District Court
struck it down. comparing it
to an unconstitutional poll
tax. U.S. District" Judge
Harold Murphy concluded
that it would "most likely
have prevented Georgia's
elderly, poor and African-
American voters from vot-
ing."
Had the courts not inter-
vened in Georgia, poor, eld-


early and African-American
would have lost their voting
rights.
So, it's obvious that
while major strides have
been made, there's still vast
room for improvement.
The Voting Rights Act's
enactment was a hard-won
victory of the civil rights
movement. Against the
backdrop of the "Bloody
Sunday" violence against
civil rights demonstrators in
Selma, Ala., President
Lyndon Johnson unveiled
the legislation to Congress
on March 15, 1965. Nearly
five months later, he signed
it into law after it passed
House and Senate muster
with only token opposition,
mainly from lawmakers in
states covered by Section 5.
Back then, anti-civil
rights extremists tried to use
stalling tactics, misinforma-
tion and obfuscation to
thwart that historic act in
the face of bipartisan sup-
port. Those tactics failed
then and I'm confident
they'll fail again. ,
A small but determined
group of extremists is trying
to stand in the way, of
progress.
We urge Speaker Hastert
to immediately, schedule a
floor vote on the Voting
Rights Act reauthorization
because it is clear that it
enjoys the support of a sub-
stantial majority of House
lawmakers and is likely to
pass overwhelmingly.


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JULY 8. 2006


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FLORIDA STAR


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION-The public is invited to
attend the 83rd Birthday Celebration of Rev.. John A. Payne,
Pastor Emeritus of Grace Baptist Church of East Springfield.
The celebration will be held at 4:00 p.m. on July 16. The
church is located at 1553 East 21st St. For more information
contact Sis. Joan Daniels at 710-7344 or Sis. Claudia
Campbell at 708-4776. Rev. John Devoe, Jr., Pastor.
YOUTH DAY-New Redeem Missionary Baptist Church,
1615 E. 30th St., will observe Youth Day on Sunday, July 16,
beginning with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. followed by
Morning Worship at 11:00 a.m. and Afternoon Worship at
4:00 p.m. Rev. Willie Addison, Sr., Pastor. Rev. Dr. E.I.
Norman, Pastor Emeritus.
PRISON FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES-Prison
Fellowship Ministries Jacksonville-Duval County President
Sam Roberts is seeking donations of school supplies for chil-
dren of prisoners to be given away August 5, 2006.
Donations may be left at Second Baptist Church, 954 Kings
Rd. (at State Street and 1-95 entrance) or at Watch the Lamb
Ministries, 2519 Soutel Dr. You may call Roberts at (904)
994-1044 for pick-up or the church at (904) 354-8268' or
(904) 764-1104. Roberts recently suffered a heart attack, but
is determined to fulfill his project for these children to have


school supplies. Clothing contributions will also be accept-
ed and distributed.
UNITY FEST-The Churches of Dunn Avenue and the sur-
rounding areas present Dunn Avenue Unity fest July 28-29.
Participating churches are Abyssinia Missionary Baptist
Church (Dr. Tom and Rev. Eugene Diamond, Pastors),
Dayspring Baptist Church (Rev. Jeffrey Rumlin, Pastor),
First Timothy Baptist Church (Rev. Fred Newbill, Pastor),
Joint Heirs Christian Fellowship (Bishop David Thomas,
Pastor), New Life Community United Methodist Church
(Rev. pandace Lewis, Pastor), Open Arms Christian
Fellowship (Rev. Leofrice Thomas, Pastor), and Truth for
Living Ministries (Archbishop Leonard and Bishop Carolyn
Love, Pastors). The event kickoff with conference activi-
ties at participating churches For the conference schedule
and other information call (904) 696-1770.
SERIOUS PRAISE SERVICE- Sword and Shield
Kingdom Outreach Ministry invites the public to attend a
Serious praise Service on July 9, 3;45 p.m. at Father's House
Conference Center, 1820 Monument Rd. Building 2. Pastor
David Modeste is the speaker. The service also features the
Prais-cisers directed by Kenshela williams. Rev. Mattie W.
Freeman, Founder/Pastor.
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to:
info@thefloridastar.com


New Bethel AME Church YPD To Host


Dance Marathon To Aid Hurricane Victims


The New Bethel AME
Church YPD invites you
to a Dance-A-Thon
(THON) on Friday, July
14 at 7:00 p.m.
During the event, the
Young People's Division
(YPD) will collect dona-.
tions to help families that
have been victims of hur-
ricanes...
The THON (Together
Helping Our Neighbors)
is a year round fundrais-
ing event benefiting hurri-
cane victims of 'the
African'. ":, Methodist
Episcopal Church.
The year starts in a no-
sitting, no-sleeping. 12-
hour dance marathon held
every July.
SOn THON night, the
YPD'ers from the church
and area and supporters
come together in the. to
raise awareness of the
needs of our brothers and
sisters.
Whether standing for
12 hours as' a dancer,
entertaining the crowd.
taking care of the facility.
or -even just: standing
along the walls,' very
person at THON plays a
small part in creating an
amazing atmosphere :of
love. compassion, and
understanding.
SThis atmosphere'
inspires the YPD to col-
lect donations throughout
the year.
This collective effort,
will hopefully become
one of New B:,ethel's
YPD'S greatest and most
unify ing traditions.
The mission .of the
New Bethel AME YPD
Dance Marathon is to aid
in the support of.
Hurricane victims of the
AME Church by provid-
ing outstanding emotional
and, financial support to
the children and families
of our Connection.
THON is changing the
lives of children and sup-
porters, reinforcing the
importance of caring for
one another, and inspiring
the determination needed
to support one another in
times of tragedy.
THON is helping to
provide support for our
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own. (904) 382-0044 with
No donation is too questions and concerns.
great, or too small. Please We hope to see you and
call Mischell Glenn at your donation there.
Rev. William H.
Greater Grant Memorial AMEC

To Celebrate 117 Years

In 1889, a small group of devout Christians built a
brush harbor on a small lot in the Black Bottom area
(Dewdrop Area) marking the beginning of Grant
Memorial A.M.E. Church in Jacksonville.
In 1970, under the leadership of the late Rev.
Charles Sheherp Henry Hunter, the church was relocat-
ed to its present location at 5533 Gilchrist Rd.
On' :Sunda\, July 9, Greater Grant Memorial
A.M.Church will celebrate their 117th Anniversary.
Rev. Tony DeMarco Hansberry, Pastor, has invited
two dynamic minister to preach the Gospel.
Re\. Joyce Moore, Pastor of Allen Chapel AME
Church in New Smyrna, Fla., a' former Associated
Nlinister of Greater Grant, will speak during the 7:45
a.m. service.
Presiding Elder James Davis, leader of the
Suwanee-North District of the 11th Episcopal District
AMEC, will preach during the 11:00 a.m. service. The.
public is invited to attend. .


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DEATH


NOTICES

ARENDA-Anna R., died June 30,
2006.
BELL-Estella Bell; 84,. died June
26, 2006. .
COLEMAN-Rev. Dr. Andrew B.
Coleman, Jr.. died June 30. 2006.
A.B. COLENMAN MORTLIARY,
INC.
CROCKETT-Jennie Vee
Crockett, 83, died June 24, 2006.
DANIELS-Ronald, 52, died June
22; 2006.
DAVIS-Carlenp B., 47, died
June 28, 2006.
EDMONSON-Areatha, died June
26, 2006.
FOSTER-Gladys Jones, died June
27, 2006. ALPHONSO WEST
MORTUARY, INC.
FOSTER-Michael E, 50, died
June 25, 2006.
FUNDERBURG-Linda P., died
June 27, 2006.
GATSON-Carrie M., died July 3,
2006.
GEORGE-Akinyemi, died July 1,
2006..
HARDWICK-Jacquelyn Elaine,
died July 2, 2006.
HILL-Mary F., died June 27,
2006.
JENKINS-Felanda, 36, died July
1,.2006.
JENKINS-Leroy Nathaniel, Sr.
died July 1, 2006.
JONES-Raymond, died June 28,
2006.
JORDAN-Lonnie, died July 1,
2006.
JOSSEY-Lisa Dionne Ryans, died
June 26, 2006.
KAYE-Simon,: 59, died June 25,
2006.
KELLYMAN-Inez, died June 27,
2006.
KING-Rev. William J., died June
29,2006.
LEE-Tonya Lynn, died June 28,
2006..
LESTER-Ida Lee, died June 28,
2006.
LEWIS-Frankie V., died June 27.
2006. '-
MCKNIGHT-Alma Jones, 78,
died June 29, 2006.
MITCHELL-James, died July 1,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MORTU-
ARY, INC. .
NORMAN-Edward, Jr., died June
28; 2006..
QUINONES-Marisselle
DelCarmen, 13, died June 27,
2006.
RANDOLPH-Eugene, Sr., died
June 28, 2006.
RILEY-Mae B., died July 1, 2006.
ROBINSON-Davillion, died June
26, 2006.
SHANNIS-Christopher J.G, died
July 3, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
MORTUARY, INC.
SHEFFIELD-Ruth, died July 3,
2006.
SIMMONS-Baby Annastasia,
died June 27, 2006.
WHITE-John H., Jr., 72, died July
2, 2006. ALPHONSO WEST
MORTUARY, Inc.
WILLIAMS-Mary, died July 3,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MORTU-
ARY, INC.
WILLIS-Master Joshua Ray, died
June 30, 2006.

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New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church


1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville,

Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Afternoon Bible Study
(Except First Sunday) 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School Review 8:00 p.m.
Pastor: Rev. Eric Lee
Pastor Emeritus, Rev. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-5727 Church


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

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

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

MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
Sulzbacher Ornateach Ser ice .......... .................. 8 30 a.m
Sunday School ......... ... ... ....... .... .. ...... .................1 i:00 a.m .
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship ... ......... ........................................6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Frida. Night Sen ices ............................. 7 30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Ouneach....................... .... ...................1-00 p.m .
SaturdayNursing Homee Outre ch.. ....... ........ 3rd and 4th Sturda si
International Sunday S.hi'.l ", ljm l id p m S.arurdi:, i iS'n !'\7' l AM 1503(
A Bible Preaching. Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
'*- ilhoul Ihe shedding of Blood, there isno remission of sin" (Bebre~i 9:221

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


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"direct burial" by the funeral industry.
In addition to being much less costly
than a funeral, it can bela warm and
informal way for friends and loved
ones to honor the departed.
A graveside service can be com-
pletely taken care of by the funeral
home you use, or you can do much of
it yourself. Be sure to a;k the funeral
home for their "general price lis' so
you can see exactly how: much they
will charge for all the services
involved before you decide. Some
people prefer to have a formal funeral
first, followed by a short graveside
ceremony. Here area few tips:
1. Choose a time anda date you
wish to have the graveside .service.
Provide the funeral home with this
information or if you are arranging it
yourself- contact the cemetery direct-
ly.
2. Decide how formal you want
the service to be. A pastor, priest or


other speaker can formally conduct
the service, or you can do it informal-
ly, asking friends and loved ones to
come forward and speak about their
memories of the deceased.
3. Consider your religious
beliefs. Incorporate those traditions in
the ceremony, if desired.
4. Make arrangements for spe-
cial musical pieces or songs if appro-
priate. Try to choose something that
was a favorite of the deceased, or that
is meaningful to the family.
5. Notify friends and family of
the time and date of the burial serv-
ice. Be sure you include the name of
the cemetery. You can also do this by
submitting an obituary to a local
newspaper that includes information
,about the service;
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The Class of 1956's 50th Reunion, Part I
It was my delight to be the spouse of one of the members
of the Class of 1956 for I had the pleasure of participating in
the entire weekend of fabulous activities that were of such
magnitude that it will take two columns to share with you all
of the memories of the weekend. First let me tell you that if
S you want a par excellent' event planner call on class of 1956
Class member Mrs. Marva McCoy McKinnon. Mrs.
McKinnon and the supporting cast (the planning committee,
Voila Catering and Jenkins Barbecue) "Put on the Ritz' for
their 50th Reunion at the Bethelite Conference Center.
The bevy of activities began on Thursday with
Registration (where each participant's packet included a pro-
gram of activities, a class roster that included but living,
deceased and missing classmates, a reunion tee shirt and
monogrammed sports bag) followed by the Meet and Greet
Social. As classmates and spouses arrived all during the
Meet and Greet Social there were gleeful shouts of joy as
they met one another. In so many instances classmates had
not seen one another since their graduation in 1956.
Enjoying the sounds of yesteryear played by DJ Marvin
"'Roach' Robinson it was difficult to depart and saying
good night was only made easier knowing that there were
only a few hours between their being together again the next
morning.
And then came Friday! Friday was a day of historical
nostalgia. The class took the African-American Heritage
Tour conducted by the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.'s
member Mrs. Betty Sessions. The tour ended with a tour of
their Alma Mater New Stanton Senior High School.
Friday evening was the Class Night Throwback' and fol-
lowing a scrumptious barbecue buffet classmates were treat-
ed to a Silly Fashion Show (featuring outfits that were a play
on words), Reflections by Mrs. Vermell Sykes Kierce, a
dance routine, open mike and more dancing and dancing the
night away.
When I spoke with Mrs. McKinnon to congratulate her
and the committee for such an excellent event she stated,
"We wanted so much for the weekend to be memorable."
My response, "Mission Accomplished!"
Stay tuned for Part II in next week's column.

From The Class of 1951
Stanton High School's Class of 1951 will celebrate their
55th Class Reunion August 18-20, 2006 at the Renaissance
Resort at World Golf Village, St. Augustine. Classmates who
would like to participate may contact Mrs. Mabel
McLendon at 904 354-6267.

Send me your favorite photos from your trips with a one
liner. Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming events.
Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or.you may reach me direct-
ly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777 or fax
(904) 285-7008.
See you in the paper!


Enjoying themselves during the 1956 Class' Saturday
Night Party at the palatial home of class member Dr.
Joseph Smith were J. Carl Davis, Sr., the late Ira
Williams, Betty Asque Davis and J. Ralph Greene. (Photo
Coov courtesy of The class of 1956)


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'Meeting and Greeting' at the opening event of their
50th Reunion were: J. Carl Davis, Sr., Mrs. Clyde
Lockley, Mrs.Armenia Shahab Green and Mrs. Frances
Guyton Baker.


Enjoying themselves at the Thursday evening Class of
1956' 50th 'Meet and Greet' event were Mrs. Juanita
Walker Wilson and The Bentley O'Neals. (Photo by J. Carl
Davis, Sr.)


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'Meeting and Greeting' also were: Mesdames Delores
George White, The Clyde Lockleys, Dolores Levy Hall,
Vermell 'Sykes Kierce, and Virginia Andrews Johnson.
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Savoring memories at their Alma Mater were: Mrs.
Patricia Sharp Greene, Walter 'Rubber' Robinson, and
Armenia Shahab Green while Mrs. Irma Mclntosh
Coleman, Minnetonka, MN looks on.


Walter 'Rubber' Robinson, Thornton, CO and Mrs.
Norma Smith Johnson, Newark, NJ were enjoying The
Class of 1956's tour of African American historical
places on the First Coast and their Alma Mater. (Photo by
J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Mrs. Irma Jean Mclntosh Coleman, Minnetonka, MN.
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Abraham Isham, Clemson, SC, Alberta Isham,
Washington DC, Lillie Weaver Jakki Stubbs, Rev. J. D.
Johnson, Alachua, FL, Mildred Williams, Harvey, LAand
Louise Bouie, Los, Angeles, CA. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


First Principal of New Stanton Senior High School, Mr.
Charles D. Brooks. Photo Copy courtesy of The Class
of 1956


LEFT FRAME: Mrs. Jeanette Davis Boss models her
'print' dress at the Friday evening 'Silly Fashion' Show.
RIGHT FRAME: Ms. tamer Britton models her 'cotton'
dress during the Silly Fashion Show. (Photos by J. Carl Davis,
Sr.)


Performing a dance routine at the Class of 1956's Friday
Night event were classmates Samuel Elps and Mrs.
Delores Crews Robinson. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


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A scene from the Banquet at the Class of 1956's 25th
Reunion at the then Sheraton Hotel. (Photo Copy Courtesy The
Class of 1956)


LEFT: Mrs. Mary 'Mona Levan Davis models her 'pea'
coat. RIGHT: Mrs. Rosella Bowden Wilson models her
'slip over' dress. (Photos by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


Sill Fashion Show Models: Mesdames Elizabeth
Milledge Byars ('Spring' Dress), Patricia Sharp Greene
('Tea' Dress), Mary 'Mona' Levan Davis ('Pea' Coat),
Carol Armstrong-Meeks ('See a Sucker' Dress); Tamer
Britton ('Cotton' Dress), Delores Crews Robinson ('Bell'
Bottoms), Frances Guyton Baker ('Pill' Box Hat), Rosella
Bowden Wilson ('Slip Over' Dress), Jeanettl e Davis
Boss ('Print' Dress) and Juanita Walker Wilson ('Hot
Item' Dress). (Phojto by J. Carl Davls,Sr.)
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B-CC To Offer FSU Graduate From Tampa Receives

Master's Deree FulbrightAward For Teaching In Thailand'
M s- W D.g r I. .- the future of another per- Now that she has a


DAYTONA BEACH. Fla.--Bethune-Cookman College
President Trudie Kibbe Reed announced that Bethune-
Cookman College has received approval from the
Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools (SACS) to offer the Master of Science
degree in Transformative Leadership. SACS is the school's
accrediting agency.
In making the announcement, Dr. Reed thanked Dr. Anne
McColloch, the newly appointed dean of the School of
Graduate and Professional Studies. "Our SACS liaison
informed me that our proposal was outstanding in every way
and most impressive," said Dr. Reed in commending Dr.
McCulloch, "who was instrumental in producing the propos-
al that demonstrated a high level of academic excellence at
the great Bethune-Cookman College."
The new program is designed for working adults to com-
plete the 36 semester hour requirement within three semes-
ters (12 calendar months) by taking three four-hour courses
online each semester. Students will enter and progress
through the program as a cohort: Cohort size will be limited
to 25 students. All courses will be offered online using
WebCt coursew"are. A residency requirement at the begin-
ning of each semester, either on campus or at another desig-
nated site, will provide orientation to new processes and
technology, integration and synthesis of course offerings,
connection with faculty and fellow students, and assessment
and feedback for the program.
Applications are now being accepted for the first cluster
of students in the fall of this year. Individuals interested in
the Transformative Leadership master's degree program at
Bethune-Cookman College may contact Dr. McCulloch at 1-
866-274-0733 or by e-mail at mcculloai'1n cookman.edui
"\\e are \er\ excited about this new academic offering,"
said Dr. Reed. "The Jesse Ball DuPont Fund.of Jacksoniille
was very supporttme of our efforts and we are enormous\
appreciative of their guidance and financial assistance. I am
also thankful for the assistance of the Mellon Foundation.
They provided for the original seed funding to allow the ini-
tial planning by an interdisciplinary group of Bethune-
Cookman College faculty to brainstorm about a master's
level degree program.


son's life. I became more
open-minded and apprecia-
tive of other cultures, which
is why I wanted this fellow-
ship."
Spencer has continued to
excel in school and was cho-
sen to present the research
for her thesis, "Moderate
H .. Exercise and the Immune
Response in Varying
i- Environments," at the first-
ever Atlantic Coast
Conference (ACC) research
SIf symposium at Clemson
University April 24, the very
first meeting of the 12 ACC
schools universities in that type of
forum. She was one of only
will be 16 FSU students selected to
d teach- present.
English Her thesis research
rned to examined inflammatory
cultures responses in the body as a
'Bunch, result. of rigorous, activity,
d by for- which can often lead to mus-
player cle soreness.
which "Through testing at room
al "field temperature and then manip-
rho per- t ulating the temperature in a
climatic chamber, I am able
travel to to see how environmental
d credits temperatures affect that
iebacker response," said Spencer,
s to new whetherr it enhances or sup-
ung age. presses it."


es gave
ivel and
new
of the
Through
I was
and see
I were in


Spencer, who majored in
exercise science, hopes that
her research will help people
better understand the differ-
lent processes and effects
that training and tempera-
ture le els will have on their
bodies.


degree tucked under, her
belt, Spencer is focusing on
preparing for Thailand. She
wants to make the most of
the experience and con-
tribute to reshaping and

rebuilding the recently-
flooded nation.
"It's a wonderful oppor-
tunity for a cross-cultural
experience that will hopeful-.
ly have an impact on both
my life as well as my stu-
dents' lives," Spencer said of
her trip to Thailand. "And I
would like to begin an out-
reach program with my stu-
dents, sort of like a peer
group, to help out any need
that my still exist from the
tsunami disaster."
Spencer, the daughter of
Letitia Spencer-Mosley and
John Mosley of Tampa,
graduated from FSU this
April. She is one of eight
FSU Fulbright award win-
ners this year.
Half of the school's
Fulbright applicants (10 out
of 20) were selected as
awardees or alternates this
year, with 40 percent (8 of
20) actually winning..
This is a higher yield
than most of the nation's,
top-producing Fulbright
schools.
For more on the
Fulbright Program's history,
scholarships and awards,
visit: https:"uts.filbrighton-
line.org about.html. ;


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -
Florida State University
graduate Natasha Spencer of
Tampa has received the
prestigious Fulbright
English Teaching
Assistantship, which will
send her to Thailand to teach
English to middle and high
school students. ,
Spencer, who attended
Tampa Bay Technical High
School, was awarded the
grant by the Fulbright pro-
gram, the largest interna-
tional exchange program in
the United States.,
Sponsored by the U.S.
Department of State. the
program offers opportunities
for students, scholars and
professionals to study and
conduct research interna-
tionally as well as opportu-
nities for university teaching
and teaching in elementary


and secondary
worldwide.
Spencer, who
assisting teachers an
ing conversationalI
classes herself, lea
appreciate other
after joining Brooks'
a program developed
mer FSU football
Derrick ,Brooks,
organizes dedication
trips" for students v
form well in school.
She \\as able to
Africa with him anc
the Tampa Ba\ lin
for opening her eyes
cultures at such a yoi
"The experience
me a hunger for.tra
knowledge about
worlds," she said
excursions. "'
Derrick's program,
able to touch things
things that I believed


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Tom Joyner's Fantastic Voyage
Raises More Than $1 Million
DALLAS, TX--The 2006
Fantastic Voyage, billed as the
"Ultimate Party with a Purpose",
raised more than $1 million to bene-
fit the Tom Joyner Foundation on
board Royal Caribbean
International's "Navigator of the
Seas".
During the 7th annual, seven-day,
six-night nonstop fundraiser, there
Tom Joyner were more than 30 performers,
including Bobby Brown, Earth Wind
& Fire, Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds, Maze featuring
Frankie Beverly, Kem and Teena Marie. The cruise also fea-
tured a who's who in comedy, including Whoopi Goldberg,
Wanda Sykes, Sheryl Underwood, Adele G'ivens, Sommore,
Bruce Bruce and Gary Owens. Next year's Fantastic
Voyage will be on board will be on the world's largest
cruise the Freedom of Seas, May 20-27, 2007.
Reservations can be made by going to
BlackAmericaWeb.com.

Baptist Minister Decries Clergy
Leadership Gap on Sexuality
SWASHINGTON -- Reverend Carlton W. Veazey, the
Baptist minister who established The National Black
Religious Summit on Sexuality, has called on other African
American ministers to take immediate action to address the
health crisis in the African American community. He issued
a call to action as more than 500 clergy, religious educators,
parents, guardians, and youth prepared to gather July 12 14
for the 10th annual National Black Religious Summit on
Sexuality, at Howard University School of Divinity, 1400
Shepherd Street.NE, Washington, D.C.
"Every minister and youth educator must be actively
engaged in education about sexual responsibility," said
Reverend Veazey, a minister in the National Baptist
Convention, Inc.
.Thirty-eight percent of the more than half a million
Americans who have died from AIDS ,are African
Americans. Seventeen percent of African American teens
under age 20 have given birth, compared to the national
average of 10.3 percent. HIV/AIDS and teen pregnancy can
weaken families and contribute to the cycle of poverty.


Global Pan Afrikan Reparations

And Repatriation Conference Planned


ACCRA, Ghana--The
National Coalition of Blacks
for Reparations in America
(N'COBRA) will gather in
the West African countries
of Ghana and Benin July 22-
August 1.
N' COBRA' s
International Affairs
Commission joins with the
indigenous Pan Afrikan
organization, SCARDIF
Association to facilitate the
Global Pan afrikan
Reparations and
Repatriation Conference
with "Create the Future:
T r an s fo r m a t.i,o n ,
Reparations, Repatriation,
and Reconciliation" as the
theme.
A diverse group of invit-
ed speakers include the
Angelican Archbishop of
Cape Town, Reverend
Njongonrkulu Ndungane,
President Robert Mugabe of
Zimbabwe, and Minister
Louis Farrakhan of the
Nation of Islam.
Thus far, the event is
funded by grassroots co-
sponsoring organizations
such as the New Panther
Vanguard. Movement, the
DC chapter of N-COBRA,
and the Black Reparations
Commission.
The planning team mem-
bers sponsor their own par-
ticipation and are comprised
of other grassroots Pan
Afrikan organizations from


UK, France, Senegal,
Namibia, South Africa,
Ghana, the Caribbean, and
North America..
The week will begin with
pre-conference cultural wel-
coming events July 22-23.
The group will gather on
the eve of the 50th
Anniversary of Ghana's
independence, and the
Bicentenary of the British
abolition of the Trans


Atlantic slave trade.
This gathering of African
Holocaust survivors of colo-
nialsm, genocide, and
enslavement would like to
take the quest for repara-
tions and global justice to a
new level.\They expect to
come away with a concrete
plan of action to ensure that
the Bicentenary of the aboli-
tion of the Trans Atlantic'
slave trade yields substance


that will represent a new
focus which includes a Pan
Afrikan perspective and a
paradign shift in the repara-
tions movement.
To find out more about
how you can contribute to or
participate in the Global Pan
Afrikan Reparations and
Repatriation Conference,
log on to www.ncobra-intl-
affairs.org.


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during the 2006 General Conference of the CME Church. The events theme was
"From Good to Great; The Jesus Challenge. Attorney Gary (center) poses with
Incoming Senior Bishop William Graves and Senior Bishop Marshall Gilmore of'the
CME Church. Gary and his wife, Dr. Gloria Gary, founded The Gary Foundation, which
provides college scholarships to at-risk students who wish to attend college.


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Arrested continued from A-]
Holmes held his hand behind his back when he approached Lloyd and they got
into another verbal confrontation when the deceased grabbed Holmes and drove him
backwards into some bushes. They both fell to the ground when Holmes produced
a firearm and shot Lloyd one time, causing his death. At that point, Holmes, still
retaining the gun, fled the area.
Violence continued from A-1
advised her that "the only way to get stuff back is me writing a report." Then,
according to the victim, the officer removed his sexual organ from his pants and
demanded oral and regular sex. He utilized a condom and prior to leaving her resi-
dent, placed it in a cup and threw it in the wastebasket outside of her residence.
The victim after he left went and recuperated the cup with the item and provided
it with her report. Tests given showed that the DNA in the cup matched that of the
officer. Evidence also showed that the victim's door had been damaged when she
had been burglarized. Baker did not include the sexual incident or other details in
his report. He did list missing items.
Bond for Baker was set at $15,003.

History continued from A-1
miles per hour. This is the first launch in about a year.
Stephanie is one of six U. S. astronauts aboard. The crew will deliver supplies
to the international space station, test shuttle-inspection techniques and drop off the
European astronaut for a six-month stay.

Coleman continued from A-]
Chairman of Florida Memorial University, former chairman of the board of
directors of the Florida General Baptist Convention, the board of Funeral Directors
and Embalmers of Florida and founder and first president of the Florida First Coast
Morticians Association. Because of his many contributions in many capacities,
including the Jacksonville Economic Development Commission, the Urban League,
the NAACP, the Prince Hall Mason and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, he was one
of the first seven inductees in the Florida Religious Hall of Fame.
Rev. Coleman suffered a short illness and will be truly missed. Visitation began
on, Wednesday,,to be continued until Friday morning.
The funeral iill be at noon Friday at Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1118
W. Beaveir Street, followed by burial at Edgewood Cemetery.
Memorials, rather than flowers, may be made to the A. B. Coleman, Jr.
Scholarship Fund at Florida Memorial University, 15800 NW 42nd Alenue. Mliami,
FL 33054. .
SThe Rev. Dr. Coleman is survived by his wife, Ida Coleman. son Andrew III and
Daughter Arlene.: a sister, Andrena Nickerson and a brother, Rev. L. J. Coleman, and
one grandson.
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Rev. Sharpton said that these issues are mostly pushed in the so-called 'megachurches"
throughout the South. He continued, that there is a "need for the black community, like the
Israelites in the Bible, to never forget who led us out of bondage and to be unyielding in follow-
ing their tenets until they are realized." He further stated that last week in Dallas, black minis-
ters started a "movement to take back Dr. King's legacy, for the majority of African Americans
who recognize that standing by his beliefs and preaching is equally important today as it was
when he was alive, continued with renewed fervor."

Ribault High Introduces Pre I.B. And Failing School Plans
Royce Turner, principal of Ribault is busy re-interviewing staff and recruiting new staff in
an effort to make the changes that will turn around the school's "F" grade from the state. His plan
is to bring aboard math and reading coaches for each grade and reorganize to help the stu-
dents.
Students and parents will be required to sign a contract and the teachers will sign a
"covenant" outlining their commitment to provide a world-class education. The teachers will
receive a $3,000 bonus if the school gets a "C" grade.
For the 2006-2007 school year, Ribault is also offering the Preliminary International
Baccalaureate (Pre-I.B.) program where students in the 9th and 10th grades can begin earn-
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With Clarence And Barbara Smith
By Marsha Dean Phelts
At Home Photographs by Michael R. Phelts
:.. .Clarence and Barbara Smith can be
Described as a couple that pulled themselves up
o a.l. by their bootstraps. This was accomplished
Through their belief and practices of Christian
Sa principles. The Smith's life story illustrates a
verse from the Bible found in I Corinthians,
.o as Chapter 13, Verse 13. "And now abideth faith,
Shop, love, these three, but the greatest of these
is love." They are active members of the New
Sd Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church where
SClarence serves as a Deacon and sings in the
choir.
Orphaned by death and separation
S Clarenceand Barbara both lost their birth moth-
ers in infancy. The only reminders that either
: o. have of their mothers are the treasured photo-
Sgraphs passed on to them from their fathers and
grandparents.
Clarence is a Jacksonville native who
Joined the U S. Army in 1956 after graduation
from Stanton High School. He was stationed. at
the White Sands Missile Range Army Base in
Las Cruze, New Mexico.
-Barbara who grew up in Deming, New
LEFT FRAME: Clarence and Barbara Smith welcomes The Florida Star readers. RIGHT Mexico met Clarence while she served as
FRAME: At the entrance to Foyer is a Gilded edge mirror with matching console marbled Dormitory Mother at the University of New
top table. Mexico in Las Cruze. It was a mutual friend of
both who thought Clarence and Barbara would
make an ideal couple that introduced them to each other. Their friends prophecy was right. Clarence and Barbara made a hit with each other and
fell head over heels in love. On a Saturday morning, July 11, 1959 the Justice of Peace in Las Cruze performed the ceremony uniting them. As
soon as Clarence had served his time in the military he was honorably discharged and the newly weds made a beeline to Jacksonville in their first
car, a sleek black and red 1958 Ford Fairlane.
Since 1959 the Smiths have made their home in Jacksonville on the north side of town. They became proud parents of five daughters. Four
of their daughters graduated from Ribault High School and one from William M. Raines High School. Their daughters received. degrees from
Edward Waters College, Stetson University, Bethune Cookman College, Florida State University and Tuskegee University.
The Smiths Enter the Work Force
Barbara Smith's career began in New Mexico where she found her niche working with young people. After relocating to Jacksonville, Barbara
was employed by the City and State in children and youth services. For over thirty years she worked at the Duval Detention Ceniter helping minors
who found themselves removed from a previous family and home environment.
Clarence worked his way up. the corporate ladder in a number of capacities. In the beginning Clarence Smith was employed as an assistant
. manager for the S & H Green Stamps Redemption Center at the Gateway Shopping Center. From there he was simultaneously recruited upon grad-
uation from Edward Waters College by Associates Finance Company. In short time he became Assistant Manager and the first,Black person to be
employed by the firm. From that position he continued his work in financial institutions. Clarence served as a loan officer for Century National
Bank an as Vice-President of the Palm Beach Lakes Bank. Clarence Smith also served as Director of Economic Development for the Jacksonville
Urban League under the administrations of Clanzel Brown and Ronnie Fergerson.
After a decade in banking and finance Clarence Smith made a career change; he now.works for the Jacksonville Electric Authority at a branch
business office.


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SI King James, II furniture compliments the rich colors
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SHome Sweet Home
The Smith family has come a very long way from
their first home on 26th Street near Simon Johnson Park
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SJ County Line. Along the way the Smith family began
The Smith's Entertainment-Family-Florida Room is a great gathering place. investing in real estate. In nearly 50 years of marriage
they acquired residential and rental properties.
In 2004 the Smiths made a lateral move from a .
gorgeous home on the Ribault River to an equally


out in the yard to cast a line from one home or to take
their cabin cruiser from the other home out for the
deeper waters. .
Fishing is an activity that the entire family has
enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Smith remembered with fond-
ness an austere time in the 1960s when they relied
upon the catch of the day at their hands Bto feed them-
selves and their family of five girls.
The Smiths are how empty nesters. The girls are
grown, married and gone. Alfard, Beverly and Angela
live with their families in Jacksonville. Maxine and
Debbie have made their homes with their families in
Orlando and Washington, DC.
The Smiths enjoy the spectacular five-bedroom,
three-car garage home they built in a new develop-
ment. There is the master bedroom suite, guest's bed-
room, and the boy's bedroom for their three grand- The Smith's eight grandchildren hang out from the comforts of the loft entertainment
sons, a girl's bedroom for the five granddaughters and center where they enjoy video games.
a bedroom for the Smith's daughters. The only new
purchase for the spacious rooms of the home was a three-tiered crystalchandelier for the stairway. All other antique and classic furnishings came
from the home on the Rsibault River. Barbara and Clarence created a vintage look in the colors selected for the living room and dining room walls
to highlight the King James, II and antique furnishings. They used an antique white trim for the border board that divided the upper olive green
wall from the rich blend of the cherry wood colors found in the lower walls and base boards. Throughout the new home Clarence custom painted
the white walls with colors that he and Barbara selected to further enhance the decor.
The Smith's Entertainment-Family-Florida Room is a cozy gathering place where an abundance of aged family portraits and a mixture of art-
work tell their own history.
The Smiths purchased this home as an investment. They didn't go wrong for in the two years they have been there the value of the home
has more than doubled the purchase price and they have received offers from buyers.


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Both have an eye for bargains found at estate, garage and
flea market sales.
They "Hit the Road" on weekends to comb the
region in Florida and Georgia for unique findings.
Barbara's paternal grandmother taught her how to
crochet. She displays her needlework art of blankets,
throw covers and table scarves throughout the home.
Barbara is an accomplished cook.
Clarence speaks with delight of the delicious German
chocolate cakes that she bakes.
Barbara does the inside cooking and Clarence mas-
ters the cooking from the six-foot grill on wheels that he
made himself. Plants with lush foliage are found on the
sun porch.
Clarence is known for his voice and is called on as
soloist in his church choir, events and-for weddings.
Barbara and Clarence travel extensively and con-
stantly. The Florida Star is privileged to have taken its
readers on this virtual tour, At Home With the Smith's.

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Youngest CEO's In Florida Set To Do
-Jacksonville-based e-commerce promotional products press:
company, L2 Unlimited has been recently recognized as the C
youngest CEOs on record with the Florida Minority Supplier Jack
Development Council. the
L2 Unlimited, owned and operated by brothers, Ronald Con
SLewis, Jr., 20 and Marcus Lewis, 18,.said they are extreme- Will
ly excited about the news and are happy to build relation- /
ships with major corporations in the state of Florida. Mar
S"It is an honor to be among veteran business owners and Unli
to learn from them as we grow," Marcus said. F
." The recent announcement offers unlimited lucrative call

certified Minority Business Enterprise with both the State of Dc
-^ U \ .J i"UY--. '*T opportunities for the Lewis brothers. In this capacity as a
SFlorida and the Ciht of Jacksonville, L2 Unlimited will now
Sbelisted as a preferred minority supplierof promotional C
Products. This listing is distributed to major corporations--
Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Office Depot, CSX- ty's
who support diversity initiatives. childl
Willie Johnson, FMSDC certification specialist said, .
"The average age of most.IVBEs is at least 35; it's rare to of h
have business owners younger than 30 become'members of tiati
the council." Jack
While just celebrating L2 Unlimited's one-year anniver- Laz:
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their youthfulness because of their commitment to deliver and
optimal service to customers and interested to build a strong phoi
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Ronald LIewis, Jr.720 and Marcus Lewis, 18


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Currently L2 Unlimited is serving the City of
sonville, State of Florida, Hip Hop Economy Network,
University of North Florida, Jacksonville Music
ference, DJ King Ron and their high school alma mater;
iamM.RainesHigh School.
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nations Allow 300-Plus Duvat

Punty Youth To Attend Camp :
Mayor John Peyton today announced that the communi-,
generosity will allow an additional 308 Jacksonville
dren to attend summer camp sessions in Duval County. I
The mayor recently asked for community support as part
is Seeds of Change: Growing Great INeighborhoods ini-
ve, which he launched in May. CSX Corporation, JEA,
ksonville- Greyhound Racing, the Gasper and Irene
zara Charitable Foundation, Beaver Street Fisheries,
,Matovina and Company, the Rotary Charity Foundation
WJXT Channel 4 which also sponsored a televised
ne bank helped raise the majority of the funds. In all,
,270 was contributed to support the six-week camper-
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Washington Mutual Presents Check To Boys & Girls Clubs


Washington Mutual, one
of the nation's premier
financial services compa-
nies, presented a check for
$5,000 to the Boys & Girls
Clubs of Northeast Florida
(BGCNF) on Thursday, June
29, 2006.
The check was presented
to BGCNF by Vice
President of Washington
Mutual's Jacksonville Loan
Fulfillment Center, Tim
Hofmann, along with
Adrienne Fennell from
Washington Mutual. The
money provided by
Washington Mutual will go
towards a new financial edu-
cation program provided by
BGCNF called Financial
Fitness: Future Leaders in
Business.
'"Financial. Fitness:
Future Leaders in Business
will give youth the impor-
tant financial kno\ ledge.
practical experience, and
confidence in their ability to
succeed financially in the


business world, stated
Debbie Verges, BGCNF
President. We are grateful
to Washington Mutual for
stepping up and helping us
in starting this program that
will definitely\ give the at-
risk youth we serve practical
financial and business expe-
rience which will help them
sblidif) their ability ,tp
achieve life success."
This program will allow
teen and pre-teen BGCNF
members to learn and prac-
tice the .financial skills
required to be successful as,
entrepreneurs, business
owners, or as capable man-
Sager of their financial fintre.
Young people through
the program will learn and
practice financial business
management skills, baking
and money management,
group decision making and
teamwork,, i wise buying
practices. basic bookkeeping
and small business account-
ing. short-term and long-


range business planning and
civic responsibility.
"This is truly a phenome-
nal opportunity for
Washington Mutual," stated.
Tim Hofmann. "This gives.
us a great chance to help'in
elevating Jacksonville's
future, and we are honored
to team up with BGCNF to
make the program available
to, the thousands of youth
that the\ serve."
BGCNF is a member of
the Boys & Girls Clubs of
America and has played an
integral role in Jacksonville
since 1962. BGCNF pro-
vides daily after-school pro-
grams to nearly 8,000 young.
people annually at 11 facili-
ties in Duval, Nassau and St.
Johns County. Boys & Girls
Club of America celebrates
its 100th Anniversary in.
,2006.
Centennial celebrations
will take place throughout
the \ear at several Clubs
around the United States.


Adrienne Fennell and Tim Hofmann present $5,000 check to Debbie Verges, president
of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida (BGCNF) while members of the Lee
Boys & Girls Club thank Washington -Mutual on behalf all of BGCNF's 11 locations.
Tim Hofmann is Vice President of Washington Mutual's Jacksonville Loan Fullfillment
Center, and Adrienne Fennell is Washington Mutual's Acting Manager 2nd Shift
Boarding. Fenell helped in securing the grant for BGCNF.


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Dear Deanna!
I was with my ex-boyfriendfor over a year until we broke
up last spring over a trust issue. We still messed around
over the summer although he had a girlfriend. We got back
together but it only lasted a month because he said he was ''
too busy for a girlfriend. I was heartbroken. I've tried to "
move on but I always find myself comparing the other guys
to him. I'm still in love with him. Should I try to get back
with him or move on with my life?
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There's nothing more painful than wanting a man that doesn't want you. He's given you
clues on a silver platter and you need to take notes. He cheated on his girlfriend with
you and told you he was too busy for you. This is not the man for you. Place this in
your mind and accept the reality so you can get over him. Each time you think you
want him, remember your broken heart and think of how you're too good for drama
and keep it moving.

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Dear Deanna!
I'm a 47-year old mother of2 children with 3 grandchildren. I'm in a relationship with
a recovering addict. I watched him destroy himself and attempt suicide when he was
using narcotics. In spite of that and going to and from drug rehab and having nothing,
I still gave much love to him. I'm the woman who has seen the tremendous change in
this man. He's now back on top with vehicles, money, attention from women and an
ego. I'm fed up because he treats me like nothing and he disrespects me. Am I right for
moving out of his house?
Miss N. (Buffalo, NY)

Dear Miss N:
Money, women and toys can't replace drug addiction. Your man is being setup by the
Devil for a hard crash and burn that's going to rock his world. It's best you remove
yourself because when his chips fall again and they will, it's going to be ugly.
Successful drug recovery is coupled with faith and family and there's nothing but evil
in this picture. Leave now and focus on quality time with your family so you can flour-
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Dear Deanna!
I'm 15-years old and I saw my dad for the first time in five years. My) dad has a child
by my aunt and another one by my mom. Years ago he had me taken from by mom by
authorities over a lie. My mom really didn't have parents or support and she is still
suffering. Our family is distant because relatives blame herfor everything. I love her
and hate to see the trouble this has caused us. I was told by her to forgive them and
don't know if I should.
Fatherless 15 Year Old (On-line Reader)

Dear Althea:
You're a very strong girl and it's going to be ip to you to bring the family back togeth-
er There is a lot of adult dirty laundry going on that your young mind would 't under-
stand but you'll see things differently when you get older. Continue, to love and sup-
port your mother and follow her guidance offorgiveness and prayer for your fimilhy
and your father


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There is no typical suicide victim. It happens to young and old, rich and poor.

WARNING SIGNS

Changes in sleep or eating patterns
Neglect of personal appearance
Depressed, sad, angry, aggressive
Job or financial loss
Alcohol or drug abuse
Self-mutilation (i.e., cutting)
Isolation; withdrawing from family or friends
Loss of interest in activities/hobbies
Trouble with school or work
Perfectionism or overly self-critical

URGENT DANGER SIGNS

Hopelessness or helplessness
Talking, writing or hinting about suicide
Lethargy, apathy or sadness
Extreme changes, in behavior
Puts one's'affairs in order -- giving away possessions
Relationship. breakup
Buys gun or weapon or stock piles drugs
Suddenly happier and calmer -- giving the impression that things have
improved.


RISK FACTORS

These are things that increase the potential for a person's suicide.
Previous suicide attempts'
Major illness
Barriers to accessing mental health treatment
Significant others who have completed suicide
Relationship breakup
Job or Financial loss, personal security
Untreated depression, hopelessness. helplessness
Isolation
Access to lethal means (i.e; guns, pills, etc)
Family disruption
Sexual, mental or physical abuse.

PROTECTIVE FACTORS

Things that help a person through periods of crisis.
Family or friends or community
Positive self-esteem
Sobriety
Sense of hope
Good health
Counselor or Therapist (depression screening)
Treatment a\ailabilitv
Calm environment
Pet(s)
Medication compliance
Responsibility for children
Duty to others
Job security
Difficult access to lethal means (i.e; gun, pills, etc):
Religious beliefs
Resiliency
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Dr. Daniel Moses To Participate In World Forum In England


The American Biographical
LInstitute, USA and the International
Biographical Centre, Cambridge,
England, announced that Dr. Daniel
SMoses of Jacksonville is participat-
ing in their inaugural World Forum
being held July 4-9 at St.
[ Catherine's College, Oxford,
England.
Dr. Moses was invited to attend
the Forum as an Ambassador of the
United States. The men and women
Dr. Daniel Moses chosen to attend are from 50 differ-
ent countries and are individuals
whose professional accomplishments, ideas and talents will
be shared with the entire delegation.
History indicates that progression is mobilized through
gathering, learning, and interaction.
Dr. Moses and the other delegates will be able to return
to their respective countries and professions and enlighten
others with newly found cultural and educational awareness.
St. Catherine's College was the inspirational setting for
the Forum as delegates listened to and discussed such topics
as education, technology, science, international issues,
health, publishing, the arts and much more.
Additionally, an International Gallery of Art was opened
the entire week at the College for the display of delegates'
art, papers, books, and other creative works. Renowned
musicians among the delegation performed during a special
concert evening at the College.
The American Biographical Institute and International
Biographical Centre, publishers of global who's who vol-


COMMUNITY

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PUIBLIX TO OPEN NEWV STORE-A ne\\ Public
\\ ill open on Thursday. Jul\ 13. 8:00 a.m. at 10500 San
Jose Blvd.. Suite 43. This ne\\ store replaces the
Public in the mandarin Landing Shopping Colter at
10601-22 San Jose Blvd.. which h \\ill be closing on
Wednesday. July 12, at 7:)0 p.m. Store hours \\ill be
7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily except for opening da\:
the hours \\ill be 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
OLD STANTON CLASS TO MEET-The Old
Stanton High 1944 Class \\ill hold its last meeting
before the August 5 event on Saturday. Jul 15. 4:00
p.m.. at the Dallas Graham Library l13th and NlM~rle
Avenue). All interested members are asked to attend.
Business \\ill be of vital importance. Eula Nlayes.
Chairperson. Lillie Blue, Secretary.
MAIN STREET EVENT-Experience Main Street
from the Main Street Bridge to the Trout River Bridge
on Jul\ 20. 3:00-6:00 p.m. Eernthing is free. There
\\ill be food. games and prizes. For church invol\e-
ment and more information contact Amy Walker at
(904) 765-5502.
WHO WILL CONTROL OUR WATER SUP-
PLIES?-Jom the Sierra Club Northeast Florida Group
for dinner and a mo\ ie on NMonday, July 10. 7:00 p.m.,
at Lakeland Presbyterian Church. 2001 University
Blvd. (east of San Jose Boulevard. \\est of 1-95 and
US-1). The group \\ill vie\\ the mo\ie "Thirst" \which
reveals ho\\ global corporations are rapidly buying up
local water supplies. Communities are beginning to
lose control of their most precious resource. There \\ill
be a minitumiun charge for pizza and the movie. For
more information call Janet Larson at (9041 247-1876.
JAZZY, SOULFUL & BLUE-"The Soulful One".
Patrick Robinson. \\ill appear at The Place, 1754 N.
Main St. (next to Carl's Main Street Restaurant on the
corer of 8th Street and Main Street I. The concert fea-
tures jazz standards, R&B, show tunes, and inspira-
tional songs. Refreshments \\ill be sold from 7:00-
8:00 p.m. For cost, reservations and information call
(904) 791-9986.
STANTON GROUPS TO MEET-Current class lead-
ers of Stanton, Ne\\ Stanton. Stanton Vocational and
faculty and staff of those era. will meet Mlonday, July
10. 6:00 p.m. in the second floor conference room at
Bethel Baptist Institutional Church I First Street
entrance). This \\ill be a planning meeting to discuss
plans for the first "Armnual Gala". For more informa-
tion contact Kenneth Reddick at (904-1) 764-8795.
CAFE' NIGHT AT THE CUMMER-The Curmner
Museum of Art & Gardens and Up & Cummers are
hosting Cummer Cafe Night on Thursday. July 13
from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. featuring A New\\ Narrative:
Mlarden, Fitzpatrick. Stella. Warhol. Experience the
museum's latest exhibition that explores a series of
work by four exceptional late 20th century artists:
Brice Marden. Tony Fitzpatrick. Frank Stella, and
Andy Warhol and their use of narrative imagery as


vehicles to tell stories. Guests are invited to join in the
festivities throughout the museum and gardens while
enjoying appetizing hors d'oeuvres by Nonie's and a
cash bar by Anthony's. Events include art-making
projects, printmaking, demonstrating artists, live
music by DJ Catharsis, and special dance performanc-
es by Jacksonville University Dancers.

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umes, have co-hosted over 30 of these annual events.
The goal of the World Forum is to serve as a platform for


The General Practice, Solo & Small.Firm Section of The.
Florida Bar awarded Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA),
its L. Michael Ruffino Pro Bono Award at its annual meeting
in Boca Raton in June.
JALA received the $3,000 award for its Emancipation
Support Program. Established in 2000, The Emancipation
Program provides legal assistance to young people, ages 16
or 17, who seek emancipation or legal separation from their
parents due to unsafe, unstable or severely dysfunctional
home settings.
The program offers monthly clinics, access to communi-
ty resources and classes in areas such as job training, using
public transportation and enrolling in high school comple-
tion classes, all aimed at helping teens live self-sufficient,
productive lives.
"We are thrilled to receive this honor," said Sarah Jones
Fowler, Public Service Project Director for Jacksonville
Area Legal Aid. "Some young people don't have basic neces-
sities such as emotional support from loving, caring parents
in their lives. The Emancipation Support Program-with sup-


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ships, which cost $300 per child.
"We are fortunate to .have such strong corporate support
for the youth in our community, and I'm thrilled that so many
generous organizations and individuals followed their lead,"
said Peyton. "The value of their contributions will extend far
beyond this summer because they're helping build character
in children while providing them with a safe and productive
environment."
The Seeds of Change contributions augmented summer
camp sponsorships provided by the Jacksonville Children's
Commission. In total, funding was provided for nearly 5,000
Duval County young people to attend camp.
For more information on the Mayor's Seeds of Change.
Growing Great Neighborhoods initiative, visit www.coj.net.



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LSIC Jacksonville Awards 8


CDC With Americorps Members


The program committee of LISC Jacksonville has unani-
mously agreed to award eight community development non-
profits with AmeriCorps members. LISC Jacksonville funds
the positions for a period of one year beginning in
September. The nonprofits that will receive AmeriCorps
staff for 2006-07 are Grace and Truth CDC, Riverside
Avondale Development Organization, Grove House of
Jacksonville, Operation New Hope, Northwest Jacksonville
CDC (2 positions), Families First and Emergency Serviceq
and Homeless Coalition, Inc.
Emergency Services and Homeless Coalition of
Jacksonville is new to the LISC Jacksonville family. They
requested an AmeriCorps Member to help with research on
existing affordable rental units and homeownership opportu-
nities in Jacksonville.
This person will also act as a liaison between the home-
less seeking information, including credit counseling and
financial assistance, and apartments that will serve as perma-
nent housing. With 10% of Jacksonville's population con-
sidered to be homeless, affordable housing is vital to help
people lead more productive lives. This ties directly to LISC
Jacksonville's goal of creating safe, family-friendly commu-
nities that contribute to the local economy.
"The AmeriCorps program allows us to stretch the staff
of community development organizations so they can be
even more successful in their quest to revitalize their com-
munities," said Joni Foster, Senior Program Manager of
LISC Jacksonville. "It also provides valuable training for


those who want to be an integral part of the community
building process."
LISC Jacksonville currently sponsors seven full-time
and one part-time AmeriCorps members at seven CDCs
whose terms will end in August.
The AmeriCorps members work in a variety of duties
ranging from assisting with acquisition and development of
properties to coordination and tracking of subcontractors to
ensuring that neighborhood associations are involved in their
community.
The next step in the process is the recruitment of the
AmeriCorps program members. Members will receive the
training necessary to continue in the field, a modest living
stipend of $18,000 for one year of service, health.insurance
and an education award of $4,725 at the completion of serv-
ice. Some members may also be eligible for a limited child
care benefit.
People interested in this one year full-time service should
fax a resume to 904-353-1314 or call Gene Montgomery of
LISC Jacksonville at 904-353-1300, ext. 12.
LISC Jacksonville is -the community expert that helps
create safe, affordable, family-friendly neighborhoods that
contribute to the local economy.
They provide technical expertise, grants and financing to
community development corporations (CDC's) and afford-
able housing proviiders. For more information about LISC
Jacksonville, log on to www.lisc.org/jacksonville or call
904-353-1300


portive adults and access to community resources---can help
them transition into adulthood and have hopeful futures,"
she said. The.grant will help fund their life skills class which
provides that support.
The General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section's Pro
Bono Award was established in 1990. The Section estab-
lished grants to be awarded each year to recognize outstand-
ing service and significant accomplishments by non-profit
organizations which provide free legal assistance to the indi-
gent.
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA) is a non-profit legal
services organization that has provided legal advocacy for
low income people for 30 years. Comprised of 30 attorneys,
JALA helps clients with civil legal assistance in a variety of
fields including: family law, domestic violence, predatory
lending, housing discrimination, employment rights,
HIV/AIDS and refugee immigration assistance.
T he agency's mission is to empower low income and spe-
cial needs groups to obtain justice and alleviate poverty.;


Jacksonville Area Legal Aid Wins


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ATLANTA TO RETAIN KING'S PAPERS


It was announced that the Dr. Kings papers would be auctioned to the highest bidder by the family. The auc- -
tion was scheduled to be held at Sotheby's in New York, where the papers are on exhibit. However, a week before
the auction was to be held, officials announced a deal.
When the price for the papers was announced, a non-profit organization, the Community Foundation for Greater
Atlanta, formed a company to purchase the collection. :
Dexter King, the younger of Dr. King's two sons, said he thought his parents would have been happy with tge
arrangement. The quoted price for the papers was $32 million. The papers are to go to Morehouse College in
Atlanta, Dr. King's alma mater.
"I actually felt that if Atlanta really could step up and do this it would be so wonderful, and I'm personally grate-
ful to the mayor as well as to Ambassador Young," Mr. King said of Andrew Young, who had been encouraging
Ms. Franklin's efforts. "It really was a community effort, and that's what I appreciated most about it.
It was thought by others, because of the known conflicts among the children, the 10,000 items, most of which
bear Dr. King's handwriting would be sold to a private owner and lost to scholars, or to Atlanta forever.
The original asking price for the papers was $30 million but the agreement was to pay the 1990 appraised price
for the papers, which was $32 million.
The deal was hailed as a victory for Atlanta and The Journal-Constitution reported it as a "classic Atlanta story."

SFAMU TRUSTEEASKED GOVERNOR OF TO ASSIST WITH FAMU'S PROBLEMS

Rev. R. B. Holmes of Tallahassee wrote a letter to Governor Jeb Bush requesting that he intervene and
launch an investigation into why the school's administration suspended the newly hiredinspector general after
he started auditing the activities of senior administration officials.
When the inspector requested the ability to audit the activities of senior administrators, the school's
interim president, Castell Bryant, according to sources. placed Inspector General Michael Brown and assistant
inspector general Joan Hart on leave. This action created an uproar among trustees who are already in the mid-
dle of several controversial layoffs and dismissals.
The governor is not available to act upon trustee Holmes' request since this is the period the Bush family
spends the week in Maine for their annual family gathering. However, a spokeswoman for the governor is qut- Eats flies. Dates a pig.
ed as saying it is unlikely the governor will intervene.
The interim president was hired in January 2005 to replace Fred Gainous who was fired after serving Hollywood star.


two years as president.
A former trustee, Barney Bishop said on a Florida AP Video that the inspector general needs to be rein-
stated. "He needs to complete his investigation." "He needs to be unfettered in his ability to do what needs to
be done to find out what the truth is because the problem is we've always had a problem getting the truth out of
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Trustee Holmes, who also opposed the dismissal of eight business school professors last month, heads '
the search committee to find a permanent president by August 2007.
According to the Associated Press report, State Senator Al Lawson, who is a graduate of FAMU, fees T H E F 0 U N D AT I0 N F O_ A BE T ER LI F-
strongly that the school's trustees needs to be reshuffled also. He said, "I think they have gotten lax." "And I www.foibetterlife.org
think when you have an interim (president) ... that's when your board should be more active, more involved."
The decision to suspend Brown's investigation is another controversial move at the University.

"Honeyboy and The Mule" '
The blues has a new set of listeners. What are they learning?
I can't wait to get back to New Orleans and see what was done with and who is playing at "The Preservation f '
Hall". The blues has spanned Elton John and the original Fleetwood Mac in the British blues scene, a gig with B.B.
King in Dublin, Hurricane Katrina and nearly 100 years of shaping mainstream American music. The universe is,
romantically obsessed with the blues, with some form of its presence detected in practically every style of breath-i
ing. What else could we possibly want from the 'blues', except to sit once again on bails of hay in a shanty hall in Ne\\ Orleans listening to delta blues.
Some scholars.describe the blues as a religion with an all-out-jam-fest culturally-rich congregation. It has instant recall when summoned to mind. Over the decades,
when certain names are bellowed from the hollow halls of "bluesville" it's standing room only and not enough performances. Now this timeless genre has indeed landed
in a most surprising arena education.
Four of the last remaining blues artist from the Mississippi Delta recently played together for a crowd of students, no less. Henry "TheMule" Towonsend. Pinetop
Perkins, Robert Lockwood, Jr., and Dave "Honeyboy" Edwards, joined forces in a showcase of the last of the great Mississippi Delta Bluesman. Sheer history making
power.
Henry James Townsend, 96 years old, is classically regarded as the greatest roots bluesman of the 20th century. Recorded over 80 years ago, he obviously holds
the record of being the oldest living and longest recording artist.
Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins, at 92 years young, the former Muddy Waters pianist, is the monarch of the boogie-woogie. Elders muse over how great it was to
actually see this 'show-off' bluesman in a live stage performance. .
Holding two honorary degrees for a self-styled guitar chord progression theory, Dr. Robert Lockwood, Jr., in his 90th year, has a famed lineage steeped in legend.
Respected as the most prolific blue guitarist, B. B. King and Buddy Guy are among his exceptional mentored talents.
David "Honeyboy" Edwards, at age 90, was hailed for his distinguished contribution to American music by the New York Times as one of "the last authentic per-
formers in blues idiom that developed in central Mississippi during the 2nd and 3rd decades of the 20th century."
The members of The Blue Shoe Project is reportedly fiercely committed to enhancing student learning by-way of the blues. The clock is ticking away at the final perform-
ances for these generations of artistry, but we stand thankful for the baton being passed to another awaiting lifetime.

Ester Davis is a writer and a television host/producer. She can be reached at esterdavis.com
Copyright Ester Davis 2006

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The Sports Network Ranks FAMU Football Junior Duo;

Rattlers To Open Training Camp For 2006 Season On August 7


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. The Sports Network announced
its' preseason NCAA Division I-AA
player rankings for all positions
Recently and two more Florida A&M
players were rated among the nation's
best.
Junior defensive end Tyrone
McGriff Jr., a 6-1, 220-pounder from
Tallahassee, was ranked fourth
among Division I-AA defensive ends.
A first-team All-Mid-Eastern
Athletic Conference selection a year
Tyrone McGriff ago, McGriff had an all-around
strong year that included 72 tackles,
6.5 sacks, over a dozen tackles for
loss and five forced fumbles for the
Rattlers.
Junior punter Wesley Taylor, who
'was considered snubbed in the voting
for the 2005 All-Mid-Eastern Athletic
S Conference team, yet still earned
SAssociated Press All-America
notices, was ranked third among
returning punters by the Sports
t #2- : Network.
Wesley Taylor Taylor blasted 59 punts for 2,707
yards to lead the nation with a 45.9
yard average a year ago, while also developing into a clutch
placekicker in the second half of his first first season as a
collegiate performer.
McGriff and Taylor join senior wideout Roosevelt Kiser,
who was ranked among the Top 10 receivers in Division I-
AA by The Sports Network, two weeks ago.
Coach Rubin Carterwill begin preparations for 2006 sea-
son with the first practice August 7.
Florida A&M University will welcome prospects for the
2006 football team on Sunday, August 6, head coach Rubin
Carter announced late last week.
*The Rattlers' fall training camp will begin with all


prospects reporting officially to campus on August 6.
*Four days of morning orientation sessions and light
afternoon workouts will begin on Monday, August 7 through
Thursday, August 10.
*Picture and Media Day will be held on Friday, August 11-
from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., following the morning session,
which will be the first day of full pads.


*Saturday, August 12 begins a stretch of 20 practice ses-
sions spread out over 13 days with Sundays off, prior to the
start of fall classes on Monday, August 28, when daily after-
noon drills (3:45 p.m.) begin.
Florida A&M will open its' 2006 season against
Delaware State University on September 9 in the Ford
Detroit Football Classic at Detroit's Ford Field.


Reds Pitcher Arrested On Suspicion Of Sexual Assault


MILWAUKEE Cincinnati Reds
pitcher Brian Shackelford was arrested
early Thursday on suspicion of third-
degree sexual assault.
The 29-year-old player was arrested
shortly after midnight at Miller Park,
where the Reds played the Milwaukee
Brewers on Wednesday night, police
spokeswoman Anne E. Schwartz said


"It's an ongoing criminal investigation," she said, without
giving further details.
Sgt. Michael Damian said Shackelford was still being
held at the jail Thursday morning.
The Reds left town after the game and played in Atlanta
on Thursday night. Shackelford, a left-handed reliever,
pitched to one batter in the bottom of the 12th inning
Wednesday, striking out Prince Fielder.


Shackelford


Laila Ali To Fight In Africa This Summer


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to fight in Africa.
Nearly 32 years after
Muhammad Ali knocked out
George Foreman in the
"Rumble in the Jungle," his
daughter, Laila, plans to
fight this summer in Cape
Town, South Africa.
"There's a lot of love for
Ali in S'outh Africa," she
said Friday. "I'm following
in my dad's footsteps."
It will be the 28-year-old
boxer's first visit to Africa.
She wasn't born in 1974
when Ali won the heavy-
weight title in Kinshasa,
Zaire, now the Congo.
"Whether my father
fought in Africa or not, I
would go to Africa because
it's just one of those places
you want to go," she said.
"It's an historical event.
We may not see that now,
but in the future, this is
something I can look back
on and be proud of.'!
Ali plans to spend three
weeks in South Africa lead-
ing up to the fight, visiting
school kids and impover-
ished neighborhoods.
"The people that have
AIDS and HIV, that can't
come to the fight, to be able
to go and speak to them and


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make a difference and make
an impact in their life,
that's what's cool about
this whole situation," she
said.
Ali, who last year
divorced her husband and
former promoter Yahya


McClain, enjoys traveling,
cooking and' decorating--
leisurely pursuits that belie
her day job.
Muhammad Ali, who at
64 is slowed by Parkinson's
disease, has been invited by
the organizers to attend.


A Day In Court


Former NFL Pro-Bowlers Blaine Bishop, front, and Steve
Atwater, second from left, leave a news conference with
their lawyers, Friday, June 30, 2006, in Atlanta. Atwater,
Bishop and other NFL players have filed suit against the
NFL and the NFL PLayers Association for its endorse-
ment of the hedge fund manager Kirk Wright's invest-
ment services, which they say bilked the players of $20
million. (AP Photo/John Amis)


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Police: Heist Note

Had Suspects Address

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. Police investigating a bank rob-
bery didn't have to look far for a suspect: A note passed to
the teller announcing the holdup had the robber's address on
the back.
"I don't think anyone realized what was on the other
side," Detective Sgt. Joseph Loggia said Friday.
Charmaine Williams Stein, 30, of Riverhead, was
arraigned Thursday in Suffolk County Court on one count of
grand larceny, accused of holding up Chase Bank on June 10
and making off with $22,000.
Detectives determined that bank teller John Mueller was
Stein's accomplice, Loggia said. Mueller, of Coram, was
charged with grand larceny earlier this month.
The note demanding money was on a bulk mail adver-
tisement that had Stein's address on the back, the detective
said. Stein, who was believed to have been out of town for
several weeks, was arrested Wednesday night.
She was being held on $20,000 bail.


Woman Jailed For

Mouse In Soup Scam

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. A woman who tried to extort
money from the Cracker Barrel restaurant chain by putting a
dead mouse in a bowl of soup was sentenced to a year in jail.
Carla Patterson, 38, and her 22-year-old son, Ricky
Patterson, sought $500,000 from the chain after claiming
they found the. rodent in the vegetable soup the woman
ordered at a Newport News restaurant on Mother's Day
weekend in 2004.
A jury convicted the Pattersons of conspiracy to commit
extortion in April. The Pattersons maintained their inno-
cence, but evidence included tests showed the mouse had not
been cooked and had not drowned but instead died of a frac-
tured skull.
Carla Patterson wept Wednesday as a judge imposed the
jail sentence and, a $2,500 fine. Defense lawyer Michael
Woods said Patterson plans to appeal.
Ricky Patterson's sentencing, which had been scheduled
for Wednesday, was postponed until Sept. 14. He is at
Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail in Williamsburg after plead-
ing guilty to forgery in an unrelated check-fraud case.

Thief Takes Sparkle

Out Of July 4th

OLD FORT. N.C. Independence Day would not have
its usual bang in this North Carolinai town this year after
someone stole about 250 pounds of fireworks.
"It's kind of disheartening that someone would do that,
and they did it at the last minute, so we couldn't get any to
replace them," said Garland Norton, mayor of the town of
about 1,000 people. "So \re had to cancel it."
The $3,000 worth of fireworks were stolen Monday from
the Wastewater Treatment Plant, where they were held in an
overseas-type metal shipping container.
"All they left was what we would use for the grand finale
-- about a minute's worth of fireworks," Norton said Tuesday
evening. "They knew what they were doing. They got the
better stuff."

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

The Governing Board of the District requests that inter-
ested parties respond to the solicitation below by 5:00
p.m., July 27, 2006. Further information is available
through Onvia DemandStar at www.demandstar.com
[(800) 711-1712],-or the District's website at WWw.sjr-.
wmd.com. Solicitation' packages may be obtained from
Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling; Carol Taylor
Miller, CPPB, Contracts Administrator at (386.) 329-
4170.

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
N NUMBER SK308RA
WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING SERVICES

The District requires the services of one Professional
Engineer with a water resources background to assist the
District in its Water' Supply Planning, Water Supply
Development Assistance, Water Resource Development,
and Water Protection and Sustainability programs.

The estimated budget for the first term of this project is
$250,000.

District staff will meet at District headquarters at 1:00
p.m., August 7, 2006, to evaluate and rank' Letters of
Interest, The Evaluation Committee may request that
some or all respondents make an oral presentation in


advance of finalizing the rankings. If requested, oral pre-
sentations will be made at the District's headquarters on
August 18. 2006. Respondents selected for oral presen-
tations will be notified in advance of the presentation
date. Staff's recommendation will be presented to the
Governing Board at its September 12, 2006, meeting.

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


Your Weekly Horoscope

(JULY 8, 2006-JULY 14, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) It isn't easy to
think clearly
when your head
seems to be full of
cotton wool. Then
again, when you
feel this way, you don't actu-
ally need to think long and
hard. You merely need to
work out why so much is
vague or so confused. As
long as you can identify the
reason and then set out to do
something constructive
about it, you can confidently
expect the fuzziness to
depart. This week lucky
numbers are: 5, 13, 17, 19,
23.
*Taurus (April 20 -
May 21)Were it not for a
certain person's
refusal (or inabili-
ty) to see an obvi-
ous point, you
could make sweeping
progress today. It seems
though, that you face
Hobson's choice. You either
have to risk a conflict or sac-
rifice an opportunity.
Actually though, you can
avoid both. You can simply
be patient, persistent, quiet,
calm and tolerant. This week
lucky numbers are: 4, 10,
12, 18, 24,.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) Why
can't your dream
come true? What
is your obstacle to -
progress? How much power
and potency does your
biggest single problem real-
ly have? These are questions
that need to be asked today,
even if you have already
raised them recently and
found the answers uninspir-
ing. The climate is changing:
in the sky above your sign.
Significant new factors are
at work. Go back and look at
what once might have
seemed impossible.. This
week lucky numbers are: 3,
9, 17, 35, 39.
Cancer June 21- July
22) Are you getting enough
sleep? Is there
Enough variety or
stimulation in
your lifestyle?
Can you remember when
you last laughed gleefully?
If you can answer yes to all
Sthe above, exceptional
forces must be at work in
your personal chart.
Consider yourself excused
from the remainder of the
forecast. If though, there's
even one 'no' among your,
answers, it's time to take
urgent remedial action This
week lucky numbers are:2,
8, 10,22, 44.
Leo (July 23 August
22) How special
can one day turn
out .to be? The
answer must
,: depend on what it contains
in terms of astrological
potential. As you are now
under the influence of an
exceptionally strong pair of
alignments, there has to be a
great deal that you can turn
round, cause to work in your
favour... or discover a gen-
uinely hidden blessing with-
in. This week lucky numbers
are: 7, 9, 15, 37, 39.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)Don't be


pessimistic about
[, your prospects.
Consider all
Things possible
until they or unless they are
clearly proven not to be so.
Treat the world you live in
as your friend and confi-
dently expect it to support
you, generously. You may, if


you pursue this brave policy,
encounter the occasional
setback or disappointment
which you could have
avoided by being more cir-
cumspect. This week lucky
numbers are: 18, 20, 42, 48,
50.
Libra (September 23
- October 23)
You are now
being shown
where the root of
a certain problem lies and
thus precisely what you
need to do in order to make
your situation a great deal
better. Unfortunately, the
opposition of Saturn and
Venus is providing this
celestial lesson in a rather
harsh, undiplomatic or
insensitive way. Overcome
your resentment of the
teacher.This week lucky
numbers are: 19, 23, 25, 35,
49.
Scorpio (October 24
- November 21)In every
D productive or cre-
ati e process,
there MUST be a
Degree of ineffi-
ciency. Try too hard to pre-
vent this and you will also
suppress the magic that you
might otherwise be able to
unleash. As a Scorpio, you
make your best moves when
you work intuitivelyThis
week lucky numbers are: 10,
18,24, 30, 34.
S a g i tt a riu s
(November 22
December 21)
Positive factors
are working in
your favour. It is
almost as if you
have friends in high places,
silently\ and sympathetically
watching your efforts.
Imagine them having a quiet
word in the right.ear on \ our
behalf or engineering a
handy little coincidence -
and you have the essence, if
not quite the full technical
explanation, of what's now
going on in the sky. This
week lucky.numbers are: 3,
5, 9, 15, 17..
C a p r i c o r n
(December 22 January
19) There's a battle brewing.
SMars is forming a
right : angle to
Saturn. Mercury,
S meanwhile, is
also creating a tense angle to
your ruler. You have had
enough of a certain silly sit-
uation. You don't much care
an\ more, about tryiingto be
sensible or reasonable or
even, frankly, fair. You just
want something to change.
Rightly so. You are. not
being treated very kindly, or
respectfully. This week
lucky numbers are: 2, 4, 8,
22, 28,
Aquariius (January
20 -February 19th) It's
i [one thing to be
vigilant, another
to be a vigilante.
Because you have
been "once bitten", you now
feel inclined to be "twice
shy". You sorely want to
avoid a repetition of some
previous disappointment. If
you stop to think about it for
a moment though, you may
recall that this came about
because you had some
unreasonably high hopes of
something or someone.
Watch out, by all means


now, for a possible trap or
trick. But become so suspi-
cious and judgmental as to
exclude all possible sources
of genuine good news.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 7, 9, 13, 19, 33,.
Pisces (February 19 -


March 20)Our
doubts, fears and
anxieties are like
iron filings. Our
difficulties in life are like
magnets. They attract loose,
unconnected areas of inner
negativity and then they
start to seem larger or more
powerful than they really
are. If you are feeling
unhappy or confused now, it


is because something emo-
tional is 'sticking' to a minor
problem. You can't easily
separate the small factor that
is actually wrong from the
big fear or resentment that
you feel. But you can try.
And in the process of trying,
you can succeed. This week
lucky numbers are: 2, 12,
30, 44, 48.


Sex Offender

Sentenced To 25

Years In Federal Prison
TAMPA, Fla.--U.S. Attorney Paul I. Perez announced
that U.S. District Judge Richard A. Lazzara has sentenced 47
year-old Leon Rodney Whitman, Jr., to 25 years imprison-
ment.
Whitman had pled guilty to production of child pornog-
raphy onApril 6, 2006. According to court documents, Whit-
man, who had been a tour bus driver for Opeth, a heavy
metal band, was arrested in Tampa on November 13, 2005
while the band was in Tampa for a performance.
Whitman was arrested after his minor victim, a 16 year-
old girl, was found wandering the streets of Tampa by a
Tampa Police Department patrol officer.
The girl reported to police that she had been flown to
Tampa from Michigan by Whitman. 'Airline records con-
firmed that Whitman had paid for a one-way flight for the
victim to fly to Tampa from Michigan. The minor had been
reported missing from her Michigan home by her mother.
Court documents reveal that Whitman told the minor he
would take photographs of her to "build a portfolio for her to
become a model." He then video taped himself having sex-
ual relations with the minor in a Michigan hotel.
Tampa Police Detectives located the video tape in the
Tampa hotel room he and the victim had been sharing.
Court records also revealed that Whitman told detectives
that he had arranged and paid to have the minor victim fly to
Tampa from Michigan. He also admitted that he engaged in
sexual acts with her in Michigan and Tampa and admitted to
shooting a video while they engaged in sexual acti\ ity.
The case was investigated by the Tanmpa Police
Department and prosecuted by Assistant United States
Attorney Colleen Murphy Davis.
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STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT
Margaret Huettn6r
c/o Prospect Management Company
5645 North Green Bay Avenue
Glendale, WI 53209
Plaintiff


COURT MLLWAUKEE COUNTY


vs.
Alan Dorman
2014 Mayport Road
Jacksonville, FL 32233
Defendant

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

Honorable Patricia D. McMahon, Presiding

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

Within forty-five (45) days after June 22, 2006 you must respond with a
written answer, as that term is used in Chapter 802 of the Wisconsin
Statutes, to the Complaint. The court may reject or disregard an answer
that does not follow the requirements of the Statutes. The answer must
be sent or delivered to the Court, whose address is: Milwaukee County
Courthouse, 901 North 9th Street, Milwaukee., Wisconsin 53233 and
Randy J, Wynn, Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 3900 West Brown
Deer Road, #205, P.O. Box 090826, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209-0826.
You may have an attorney help or represent you.

If no complaint accompanies this summons you must respond within the
said forty-five (45) day period with a written demand for a copy of the
complaint by mailing or delivering said written demand to the Court and
to the Plaintiffs attorney at their respective addresses listed above.

If you do not provide a proper answer to the complaint or provide a
written demand for said complaint within the forty-five (48) day period,
the Court may grant a judgment against you for the award of money or
other legal action requested in the Complaint, and you may loss your
right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the Complaint
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backrych@sbcglobal.net oration with actor Jamie
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extra excitement as
also snagged BET hard-
first-time winners and a o old Digger"
ware for "Gold Digger"
the familiar faces lead in the Best
the 2006 BET Awards Duet/Collaboration cate-
to broadcast triumph at
gory.
the famed Shrine upper songstress
Super songstress
Auditorium in Los Chaka Khan won the
Angeles. This year's BET Lifetime
show was hosted by Achievement Award and
actor/comedian Damon put on a superlative per-
Wayans and doled out formance with an all-star
trophies for excellence band that included Prince
in the disciplines of and Stevie Wonder.
music, film, sports, phi- Famed Calypso
lanthropy and accom- King/Civil and Human
plishment. Prince as a Rights Activist Harry
sure fire opener and Belafonte was presented
sexy hot Beyonce clos- with the BET
ing, sealed another stage Humanitarian Award He
burning show for BET. was clearly a crowd
R&B legend Prince favorite both on stage and
captured his first-ever with the press back stage
BET Award for Best as well.
R&B Male Artist. BET also unveiled the
Newcomer Chris Brown first-ever BET Cool Like
won Best New Artist; That Award, named for
rapper T.I. received Best the re-launched channel
Male Hip-Hop Artist formerly named BET
and Kirk Franklin took Jazz. R&B crooner
home the Best Gospel Anthony Hamilton was
Artist prize. Hip-Hop the inaugural winner of
queen Mary J. Blige was that honor. Other winners
a two-time winner for included: Missy Elliott,
Best Female R&B Artist Best Female Hip Hop
and for Video of the Artist; Black Eyed Peas,
Year ("Be Without Best Group; Terrence
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gowns reveling scrump-
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while male hunks strut-
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catching outfits. The
show itself was "magic
and electrifying," as we
have come to expect
from BET! Watch for
the BET Comedy
Awards at summer's
end.
Photos cont'd on D-4!


By Rych McCain

Award Show Winners
Congrats are in order
for all of the winners at
the recent 19th Annual
ASCAP Rhythm and
Soul Music Awards
which were held at the
Beverly Hilton Hotel in
Beverly Hills, Calif.
M.u ti-platinum
Superstar, Ciara, co-host-
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highlights included L.L.
Cool J. receiving The
ASCAP Golden Note
Award and Bill Withers
receiving The ASCAP
Rhythm & Soul Heritage
Award. Other main award
recipients included 50
Cent and Jermaine "JD"
Dupri for Songwriters of
the Year; Sean Paul for
Reggae Artist of the Year.
Live Stage Shows
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as this year's Pioneer
Award winner at the 14th
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Awards, put on another of
his regular fantastic school
concerts at San Fernando
High in San Fernando, CA.
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Entertainment and
Activities Program) pro-
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demics with music, on
Southern California
school campuses to
reward students for their
academic achievements.
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Hot 92.3 (KHHT-FM)
and sponsored by Five
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IND ) 3 4 In Touch (CC) The Morning Show (CC) Dimensions Faith Christian Pet Keeping Safari Tracks Paid Program Paid Program
NBC 9 11 12 Paid Program Bethel Baptist Paid Program New-Christian First Baptist Church Service Tennis Wimbledon -- Men's Final (S Live) (CC)
PAX ( 12 2 Amazing Facts Christians-Jews David Jeremiah Day-Discovery In Touch ( (CC) Paid Program Schneider Eye Paid Program Church-Christ Paid Program Paid Program
PBS C 8 5 Read. Rainbow Big Comfy Bob the Builder Clifford's-Days Dragon Tales Fetchl With Arthur 6 (El) Maya & Miguel Downtown Now Capitol Update New Florida A Week-Review
TBN 2 13 59 McClendon Reading-Way Rod Parsley (CC) Central Messg James Merritt New Life David Jeremiah Kenneth Hagin Ed Youlg Sr. The Coral Ridge Hour (CC)
WB ( 9 7 Midnight Cry Paid Program North Jacksonville Baptist Believer Voice Jesse Duplantis First Baptist Animal Atlas Paid Program Paid Program Ultimate Choice Ultimate Choice
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TV One
(Jacksonville Comcast
Channel 160)
Weekdays
9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Showtime at the
Apollo"
5 p.m. 7 p.m., "227" &
"Amen" block
7 p.m., "Good Times"
7:30 p.m. & 10 p.m.,.
"Martin"
Wednesday
8:30 p.m. $ingletary
$ays "$ingletary $ays"
shows everybody how
they can "live rich" in an
entertaining, humorous,
and incisive manner. fea-
turing best-selling author,
syndicated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary.
Saturday
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit with


Donna Richardson Joyner,
www.donnarichardson.co
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11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional, Black
Caucus".- a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
*Sat. 7/15, 1 p.m. All
About You Movie (2001)
with Renee Goldsberry,
Terron Brooks, LisaRaye,
Debbie Allen, Rockmund
Dunbar, Lou Myers,
Vanessa Bell Calloway,
Chris Spencer. Nicole and
her longtime boyfriend
end their relationship after
he reveals that he has cold
feet. Left with no where to
go, she moves in with her
cousin Lisa, played by
LisaRaye. Although she is
able to comfort Nicole
during her time of


heartache, Lisa moves
away leaving Nicole with
new roommate Brian.
Although the two room-
mates share a mutual
attraction, Nicole is deter-
mined to rebuild her life
that will not include a
man. Even so, Brian's
openness and patience
crack through Nicole's
tough exterior, leaving
Nicole open to the possi-
bility of finding a new
love.
Nicole falls hard for
Brian, but there's some-
thing that she doesn't
know. When she finds out,
it becomes an obstacle
that threatens their love
affair.
*Sat. 7/15, 3 p.m. Bid
Whist Party Throwdown -
IV Special: Alaina Reed
Hall,. Clifton Davis, Tico
Wells and friends battle at
bid whist for bragging
rights and charity prizes
*Sun. 7/16, 3 p.m. -


Tangles & Locks -
Special: Behind the scenes
of Washington D.C.'s
Golden Scissors Black
hair show.
*MI\on. 7/17, 12 noon -
Dead Air-- Movie (1994)
with Gregory Hines,
Gloria Reuben. A popular
radio disc jockey acciden-
.tally hears a murder over
the phone. He and a psy-
chology student then bat-
tle for survival as the killer
seeks revenge.
*Tues. 7/18, 12 Noon -
The Riff Movie (2001)
with Antonio Fargas, Nia
Peeples, Mister Jones, and
Cameron Smith.
*Wed. 7/19, 12 Noon -
Johnnie Mae Gibson: FBI
- Movie (1986) starring
Lynn Whitfield, Howard
E. Rollins, Jr. Johnnie-
Mae Gibson, the first
African-American female
FBI agent to.work under-
cover, is forced into the
dangerous crime under-


world. A critical mistake
almost costs her career as
well as her life.
Black Family Channel
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3 p.m., "M-Power
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dynamic ministers bring
forth the word with bold-
ness including Heritage
Christian Center Pastors
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Jacksonville.
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Jesus People Ministries
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Prosperity Unlimited
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Center
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Bishop Wiley Jackson
Pastor Lorenzo Heard
Pastors James &'
Teressa White
Bishop Isaiah Williams
Dr. Patricia Bailey
Bishop Mack King Carter
Bishop Eddie Long
Min. Carol Hunter
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fonnances by positive rap-
per LegalLee on Spectrum
Entertainment and O.N.E.
(Overcoming Ne\\ Era), a
four member R&B vocal,
group from Regal City
S Aqisic Entertainment. The
SEAP JAM-S actually do
lift the morale of the stu-
S ,dents and encourage better
academic performances on
the campuses where they
occur.Go to the SEAP web
site www.seap.org for
More details.
Movies
CLICK from Columbia
Pictures/Revolution
Studios stars Adam
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Sandler, Kate Beckinsale,
Christopher Walken,
Henry Winkler, David
Hasselhoff, Julie Kavner
and Sean Astin.
This is a pure fantasy
film. about a husband
Michael Newman
(Sandler) who has it all i.e.,
a beautiful wife Donna
(Beckinsale) two good-
children and a professional
architectural job.
Unfortunately, he is a
workaholic who is trying
to impress his ungrateful
boss Mr. Ammer
(Hasselhoff), in hope's of
making partner in the firm.
One night he goes shop-
ping for a remote control


that will operate all of his
electrical equipment.
He meets an eccentric
inventor named Morty
(Walken), who gives him a
remote that can control. all
of the situations in his life,
including rewinding and
fast forwarding through
any period of his life. At
first, this device is a god-
send but soon it takes over
on its own and all hell
breaks loose. The film
basically shows how most
people go through life
without taking time for the
important things such as
family and enjoying the
small simple pleasures. It
is a good film and worth an


evening with your signifi-
cant other.
Siupermnan Returns
from Warner Bros. Pictures
Stars Brandon Routh, Kate
Bosworth, Kevin Spacey,
Frank Langella, Sam
Huntington and Eva Marie,
Saint. First of all, this is a
romantic love story
between the man of steel
and Lois Lane. That in
itself sets up all hard core,
action hungry,' superhero
movie lovers for disap-
pointment. This flick
played more like a w ir py,
syrupy, soap opera rather
than what it should have
been--a suspenseful,
action filled thriller on the.


order of Mission
Impossible III.
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-. I would like to person-
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lets and you, my faithful
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