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Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
Physical Description:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville, Fla.
Publication Date:


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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Material Information

Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
Physical Description:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville, Fla.
Publication Date:


newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Record Information

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Six Charged In Beating

Death-Two Still At Large

Jason Starks Chevonne Hargrove
SSuspect Suspect

Anthony Grubbs Padrick Fedd
Wanted Suspect

Kyron Mills

Classmates From 1st To 12th Grade;

Fifty Years Since Graduation-Still Friends

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This group entered first grade as classmates and remained classmates until they
graduated from Stanton High School, fifty years ago. They are: Lawrence Turistill,
Mrs. Wanda Donal, J. Carl Davis, Sr., James Mosley, and Bentley O'Neal. Tunstill,
Mosely and Davis continued on to the AirForce together. See more photos in Socially
Speaking on Page A-4. (Photo courtesy of J. Carl Davis. Sr.)

Murders, Crime, Murders, Crime

Kenneth Lamar Fedd
II anred

Darius Waters' mother,
Ms. Nancy Tutson knew
that something serious
had occurred when she
reported her son missing
since July 3, 2006. She
had heard that he had
been killed after his wrist
had been bashed with a
baseball bat and treated at
Shands Jacksonville. On
July 4th, she heard he had
been killed but had! no

When the 20-year-old
left the hospital, he did
not go home. Instead, he
went to an apartment on
Niblick Drive, where wit-
nesses say he was tied,
kicked in the head, had
his arm broken and then
stuffed into a garbage bag
where his body, in the
bag, was placed in the
trunk of a car. Ms. Tutson
said that she knew her son
"had been involved with

Wanted For Beating

And Stabbing

On Sunday, July 2, 2006, at Paradise Island
Gentlemen's Club, the victim became engaged in a fist-
fight with the two suspects over his hometown,
Chicago, Illinois. During the fight, the suspect in the
red/whitelblue stripped shirt stabbed and cut the victim
numerous time. The male in the white shirt was an
associate of the suspect and also engaged in the fist-
fight with the victim. Anyone with information regarding
the identity of the suspects, are asked to please call
JSO or First Coast Crime Stoppers confidentially.

drugs, but. they did not
have to do this to him."
Water's, bodN was
located on July 6 in the
%\oods off Lake Shore
Boule\ ard.
Charged \\ith murder
are: Ky-Ron An-Twan
Mills, 16, Jason Starks,
25, Padrick Fedd, 23,
Kenneth Lamar Fedd, 20
and Anthon\ Grubbs, 19.
Chevonne Hargro\e, 19,
-who witness say was his
girlfriend, has been
charged with false. impris-

Beating Death continiedi on

Desnane Harris
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Fla.--The report that
County has the highest
murder rate in the State of
Florida for the seventh
year is still baffling the
minds of the citizens and
its leaders. To add that it

Parents File Lawsuit

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TALLAHASSEE, FL. The attorneys for the parents of
Martin Lee Anderson, filed a suit against the Bay County
Sheriff's Office and the Florida Department of Juvenile
Justice. The Bay County Sheriffs Office operated the
boot camp ih Panama.City where 14-year-old Anderson
died. Attorneys Ben Crump and Daryl Parks held a
press conference to announce the suit. Gina Jones,
Anderson's mother, speaks during the conference.

Kyle Bass
is now slightly behind
Miami/Dade County in
overall crime, a mere 37
in numbers with a vast
difference in population,
makes it more. apparent
that major changes must
be made immediately.
Mayor Peyton
announced Wednesday
his proposed budget for
2007 includes 200 addi-
tionial, police officers. In
fact, the new budget
request is for more than
50 percent of the city's
budget go towards public
safety. This of course,
requires cut backs for

"Birthplace Of
The Florida
Religious Hall Of
"Serving Florida
For 55 Years
The People's

Cornelius Monfort
other departments, elimi-.
nated approximately 191:
positions. Of the 191:
positions being cut, most:
of them are already:
Thirty-six are not,
vacant but.the Mayor did:
not disclose the 36 filled;
positions that will be,:
Murder continued on A-7

Changes Sought
In Sex Crime Laws'

While two Florida stu-
dents, Mackey Davis, 20
and Eddie Scott, 19, were
arrested Wednesday for
the rape of an 11-year-old' .
girl that sources say may':
have involved at least ten
men Saturday night, a
group of sexual predators
in Jacksonville wants to
overturn the city's ordi-
nance that require them
to live 2,500 feet from a

Laws continued on A-7

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,- -" Home Run King of the Southern League after winning the 2006 Home
Run Derby on Monday night in Montgomery. The derby was part of
,.- .. .. .. the Southern League All-Star Game festivities. Brazell, a
S.' .: Montgomery native, entertained his home crowd, parking eight home
AV C,*.. .. ..;-' ,- runs in the first round of the competition, held prior to the All-Star
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Marc H. Morial
President and CEO of the National Urban League

In April, U.S. Attorney
General Alberto Gonzales
referred to the U.S. Justice
Department as the steward of
the American Dream -- the
dream of "living and prosper-
ing in a safe, secure, and
hopeful society."
"Our record in securing
this dream is strong. We have
not suffered another terrorist
attack here at home, and our
nation's violent crime rate is
at its lowest level in more
than three decades," he told
lawmakers at an April 6 over-
sight hearing before the
House Judiciary Committee.
What a difference a few
months make.
Since then, the Federal
Bureau of Investigation has
unveiled preliminary crime
statistics that indicate a com-
pletely, different scenario.
According to the FBI's
Uniform Crime Report for
2004 to 2005, the rate of vio-
lent crime, which includes
murder, rape, robbery and
aggravated assault, actually
rose 2.5 percent nationwide -
the first time in five years.
The good 'news? Rape
actually fell 1.9 percent. but
murder, robbery and aggra-
vated assault were all up.
despite posting modest
declines from 2003 to 2003
With the exception of
major cities, %\here violent.
cnme fell:0.4 percent, urban

areas with populations under
1 million posted increases, up
to 8.5 percent in some areas.
Though cities with 100,000
to 250,000. in population
fared better for'violent crime,
they posted a 12.4 percent
increase in murder.
To the attorney general,
his department's priorities are
"rooted in the pursuit of the
American dream." In order of
importance, they are: fight
terrorism; combat violent
crime; stamp out cyber crime
and drug trafficking; protect
civil rights; and preserve gov-
ernment and corporate
"The terrorists seek to
destroy the American prom-
ise of libertyand prosperity.
And the\ are determined ,to
attack us again here at
home," ,he .told lawmakers,
before rattling off the names
of the latest terrorist ring the
Justice Department had a role
in bringing down and the lat-
est suspected terrorist who
has been captured or brought
to justice.
I'm all for protecting the
homeland, but secunty and
safety, in America's urban
communities cannot take a
back seat to the hunt for ter-
rorists. Indeed, abuse of and
trafficking in illegal narcotics
and guns is causing more
deaths of Americans each
year than terrorism-related


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. In our government's
efforts to bring enemy com-
batants to justice and to pro-
tect. our national monuments
from terrorism, we've forgot-
ten to protect the neighbor-
hoods where violent crime is
a daily occurrence.
I must praise the depart-
ment for its recent efforts to
implement innovative anti-
gang strategies through a
$2.5 million pilot project in
Los Angeles, Cleveland, and
four other urban areas. This
program seeks to prevent
youths from joining gangs by
addressing the personal, fam-
ily and community factors
that tempt them to join gangs,
improving law enforcement's
ability to prosecute gang
members and providing re-
entry assistance. That's
exactly what our criminal
justice system.-needs, given
that just last month, a com-
mission upon which I served,
concluded that prisons are
becoming places where crim-
inals become better crimi-'
nals. But is the Justice
Department's commitment to
such initiatives strong
enough with homeland seci-
rit on its plate?
The share of the federal
budget devoted to discre-
tionary domestic programs
such as crime prevention and
reduction efforts has stayed
constant since 2001 as
deficits continued to mount -
thanks to increased spending
on the \\ar in Iraq. homeland
securitN and tax cuts. There's
no doubt that, m light of 9. 11.

our nation must invest in
efforts to combat terrorism.
However, at what cost? The
increased presence of the
National Guard and height-
ened reporting of suspicious
activities in major metropoli-
tan areas where terrorists are
most likely to attack have
probably been very helpful in
deterring not only terrorism
but crime overall.
But you usually don't see
National .Guard troops
patrolling the most crime-rid-
den neighborhoods of New
York City. You see them in
the heart of Greenwich
Village or at the airports or
around the New York Stock
Exchange. The National
Guard's presence in New
Orleans failed to deter the
murders of five young people
a few weeks ago.
It would be misguided to
assume thatall strategies
used to protect the homeland
will work for violent crime
prevention. Our history
reminds us that we can win
the war against crime when
\re put our minds to it. When
\we let other ."priorities" take
center stage, we have no one
to blame but ourselves.
SIn our government's quest
to stamp out weapons of
mass destruction, we've for-
gotten to rid our urban areas
of weapons of community
destruction. These latest FBI
statistics tell us that we must
renew our commitment to
crime reduction and preven-
tion or risk reversing the
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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

H.O.P.E. Ministry of New Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1231 Tyler
St., invites the public to participate in a scavenger hunt for
school supplies on Saturday, July 15, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at
the Church. You must participate in order to receive school
supplies. Activities will include breakfast, games. prizes, a
cookout, snow cones, popcorn and fun. Pearl Fris6n,
President. Rev. William H. Lamar, IV, Pastor.
WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRATION-The pastor and con-
gregation of St. Andrew Missionary Baptist Church invite
the public to join them in the celebration of the 25th Annual
Women's Day. "Beautiful Christian Women: Highly
Favored By God" is the speaker. The celebration begins on
Sunday, July 23 with Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. and
Morning Worship at 11:00 a.m. Sis.. Martha Ann Rivers is
the Guest Speaker. The church is located at 2600 W. 45th St.
Sis. Dominique L. Mann, Chairperson, Sis. Carlotta Smith,
Co-Chairperson, Rev. L. J. Coleman, Assistant Pastor, and
Rev. Henry Rivers, Pastor.
SPECIAL PROGRAM-"Let's Go To Church" will be pre-
sented at 4:00 p.m. on July 23 at Grace Baptist Church. Rev.
Alvin Smith of Friendship Primitive Baptist is the Guest
Speaker. The first 20. people in attendance will receive a gift.
The church is located at 1553 East 21st St. For more infor-
mation contact Deacon Ernest Dewey at 356-5040. Rev.
John Devoe, Jr., Pastor.
YOUTH EXPLOSION '06-"Meet Me in the Church: It's
Goin' Down (122 Psalm; Matthew 16:14-16) is the theme
for Youth Explosion '06 at First Baptist Church of Oakland.
A Health Fair & Community Day will kickoff events on July
22. The Oak's Youth Back To School Concert will be held
at 6:00 p.m. on July 23. The Oak's Youth Explosion servic-
es will be held nightly at 7:00 p.m. July 24-26. Rev. Daron
Dixon of Miami, Fla. is the Guest Speaker. The church is
located at 1025 Jessie St. Rev. Torin T. Dailey, Pastor.
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION-The public is invited to
attend the 83rd Birthday Celebration of Rev. John A. Pay ne,
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.

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Tel: (904) 766-9671 Fax: (904) 766-2354

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Alphonso West

Jacqueline Y. Bartley

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. Candace Lewis, Pastor), Open Arms Christian
Fellowship (Rev. Leofrice Thomas, Pastor), and Truth for
Living Ministries (Archbishop Leonard and Bishop Carolyn
Love, Pastors). The event kicks off with conference activi-
ties at participating churches For the conference schedule
and other information call (904) 696-1770.
ORDINATION SERVICES-The public is invited to attend
Ordination Services for Elder-Elects and Deacon-Elects
Sunday, June 30, 5:30 p.m. at Believers In Christ Christian
Center, 11565-107 N. Main St. Ordainees include Minister
Vernell Gillespie, Minister Rosalyn Joseph, Minister
Marnice Parker, Minister Robyn Sessoms, Brother Danielle
Joseph, Brother Wayne McDonald and Brother Charles
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred.
Send to: info@thefloridas- TH
Mt. Olive Primitive
Baptist Church .AMOS-Shirley Ann, 51,
died July 3, 2006.
Celebrates Annual BROWN-Frances F. died
Revival Services July 5, 2006.
BROWN-Naomi Davis,
died July 8, 2006.
Mt. Olive Primitive died July 8, 2006.
MtBRYANT-Thelma ,T., 89,
Baptist Church will cele- diedJuly5,2006.
brate its Annual Summer BYRD-Athan Byrd, died
Revival Services July 17 July 7, 2006.
through July 21, nightly CALLAHAN-Ruth E., 88,
at 7:30 p.m. died July 10, 2006.
Sp i r i tu a 1 l y DANIELS-Hattie B., died
Empowered For A City- July 8, 2006.
Wide Campaign (Acts DRAKE-Samantha H.
Wide Campain (Acts died June 8, 2006.
1:8" is the theme.
1:8 is the theme. A.B. COLEMAN MORTU-
The itinerary for the ARY, INC.
Revival Services HAWKINS-Leo Robert,
includes: 74, died July 7, 2006.
Monday, July 17 and JACKSON-Roberta S.,
Tuesday, July 18-Prayer, died July 7, 2006.
praise and worship servic- JACKSON-Baby Girl
es with participating Shaniya died July 7, 2006.
churches in the city and JORDAN, JR.-Lester,
communities died July 9, 2006.
KING-Queenie, died July
Wednesday, July 19, 7, 2006.
Thursday, July 20 and LEWIS-Jean Arnold, died
Friday, July 21-Spiritual July 3, 2006.
evangelistic preaching by LEWIS-Ruth Lee, died
Elder Benji McMiller of July 3, 2006.
Nazareth Primitive MCPHERSON-Mary, died
Baptist Church, Charlotte, July 7, 2006.
Norh C .. MILLHAUSEN-Flossie
North Carolina..
Eleanor, 93, died July 6,
Mt. Olive Primitive
Baptist Church, under the MURPHY-Ronnie Trae,
leadership of Elder Lee died July 8, 2006.
Harris,. has been a beacon NWANKWO-AD1 George
of light, hope and change O., USN, died June 20,
in'the Jacksonville com- 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
munity for many years. MORTUARY, INC.
The church is located OTEY-Juanita, died July
at 1319 N. Myrtle Ave. 6'2006.
The public is invited to PENDER-Mary, died July
6, 2006.
attend all services. DnRI 0 0 r. h
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Everything love is ...
Love is patient,
love is kind.
It does not envy,
It does not boast,
It is not proud.
It is not rude,
It is not self-seeking,
It is not easily angered,
It keeps no record
of wrongs.
Love does not delight
in evil
but rejoices with
the truth.
It always protects,
always trusts,
always hopes,
always perseveres.
Love never fails.

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

,IuLL -Vl I. V-lI I. II ,
died July 7, 2006.
M., died July 9, 2006.
SMITH-Emma H., died
July 7, 2006. ALPHONSO
SPARK-Joe, 47, died July
2, 2006.
TOWNSEL-Beulah B.,
died July 10, 2006. A.B.
WATERS-Darius, died
July 7, 2006.
WHITLOW-Donald, died
June 10, 2006. A.B.
WILSON-Walter, died July
3, 2006.
WYCHE-Wanda, 52, died
July 10, 2006.

The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us "

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

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

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

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

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

1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone:. (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ diedfor our sins...was buried and Rose again" (see,1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Eirening W .r hip... ........... ............ .. 6:30 p.m
Wednesd a. Frd.i\ N!i i er'.kS i ....... ..... ........ .7 pm
Saturday Pr,.onr Oureih ...... .............. .....l.1:O p m
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
International Sunday School.....9:00 a.m. and5:00 p.m. Saturday on WYMMIv AM 1530
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no remission of sin" (Hebruia 9:22

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

Sooner or later, our loved ones
are going to die.
When it happens, family mem-
bers are left to sort through a host of
financial issues that start with funeral
arrangements and usually end with
passing along or disposing of a life-
time of personal belongings.
Here are some of the details that
need to be addressed and how to han-
dle them.
The first important step is to
determine who's responsible for these
matters. It makes a difference because
financial institutions will only recog-
nize authorized individuals.
Key positions include the execu-
tor of an estate, a beneficiary of an
insurance policy or retirement fund,
the holder of a power of attorney, a
trustee, a joint owner of a bank
account, or a co-signer on a loan or
safe-deposit box. You can have as.
many copies of a death certificate as

you want, but if your name and signa-
ture isn't on the safe-deposit box
account, you're not getting into that
box without a court order.
Speaking of death -certificates,
you will need lots of them, and you
need them quickly. Most companies
will need to have one to close out an
account; insurance companies will
require it to process a claim. Call the
coroner's office in the community
where the person passed away. If they
don't handle it there, they can tell you
who does.
If you're the executor of the per-
son's estate, it's your job to pay any
outstanding debts and disperse any
remaining funds or property to the
beneficiaries listed in the will.

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"Faith to See Your,
8:15 am & 10:45 am
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(Hwy. 218, across trom Wilkinson Jr. High)
Pastor Steve I-
& Kristen Coad
Sunday School 9:45 a.mn.-
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.
Thursday Night 7:30 p.m.
A Worship Experience
That is Life Changing p..tor, Ste .nd K.rltn-.
5755 Ramona Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32205
(904) 781-9393
Website: www.evangeltetnpleag.org
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"There's Always Something
Happening On the First Coast"

The Class of 1956's 50th Reunion, Part I
And then came Saturday...........Mrs. Carol
Armstrong-Meeks writes, Following two days of fun,
activities and fellowship, the class of 1956 on the third day
got up early on July 1st. We had assembled on the parking
lot of Gateway Shopping Center. There we loaded buses
and journeyed to Hanna Park for the Sumptuous Low
Country Crab Boil and Fish Fry Event. Laughter, more
greetings, hugs and expressions of joy (with so many sto-
ries to tell) was the order of the day.
We arrived with our beautiful 50th Reunion T- shirts
and gorgeous back packs ready to take on the seafood
smorgasbord that brought back memories from our out of
city classmates. Everyone left this event, like others,
blessed for this experience and rededicated ourselves to
keeping in touch with one another."
And then came Saturday Night..........In very dressy
attire the Class of 1956 arrived at the Bethelite Conference
Center to find an elegant and elaborately decorated ball-
room and beautifully set tables with blue and white linens,
golden charger places, and elegant crystal. It was a table
that would have made the Class of 1956's Home
Economics teachers: Mrs. Mary Barnett Mitchell, the
late Mesdames Sara Folsom, Georgia Snyder and
Narcissus Weaver very proud. And the five course dinner,
menu prepared by Voila! Catering that began with: Mini
Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes- appetizers; Tuscany Antipasto-
the First Course; Mixed Baby Greens with Hearts of Palm,
Mandarin Oranges, Pine Nuts with Goat Cheese Crumbles-
the Second Course; Chilled New Orleans Gazpacho
Garnished with Lump Crabmeat-the Third Course; the
Entree' of Fire Roasted Chicken with Artichoke Hearts,
Saffron Infused Risotto, Tri-Colored String beans, Petite
Parker House Years Rolls with Herb Butter-the Fourth
Course; and the Chef selected dessert of Vanilla Cake with
Fresh Berries and Whipped Topping-the Fifth Course was
absolutely divine!!.
Following the delectable meal a lovely program that
included: Mesdames Patricia Sharpe Greene, Wilma
Green Santo, Gwendolyn Armstrong Mathis, Sylvia
Genwright, Clara Driggers Smith, and Louise Tippins
Bouie; Ulysses Stockling, Charles Bynum. James
Mosley, former teacher Mr. Walter White, former Dean
Mrs. Juanita Wyatt and former members of the Stanto-
MIusi-Cho and Stanton Glee Club under the direction of
Mrs. Metro Lewis Griffith accompanied b MNrs. Gail
Jefferson Henley. The) then danced the night away to the
music by "Sleepy and the Gang" Band.
And then came Sunday......The Class of 1956 wor-
shipped at the St. Paul A.M.E. Church as they had done 50
years ago. Following worshipping together the\ returned
to the Bethelite Conference Center for ;dinner, the
Necrology Ceremony,.to hear the words of class member
Rev. Raleigh Washington, and for fond farewells.
The Class of 1956 had an absolutely elegant reunion!
Yes, they did indeed!!
From The Class of 1951
SStanton High School's Class of 1951 1 ill celebrate
their 55th Class Reunion August 18-29, 2006 at the
Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village. St. Augustine.
Classmates \\ho would like to participate may contact Mrs.
NMabel NMcLendon at 904 354-6267.

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

Dressed elaborately were members of The Class of 1956
at their elegant Saturday Night Banquet. (Photo by Betty
Asque Davis)

Dean Juanita Wyatt spoke eloquently at the Saturday
Night Banquet and introduced her teenage grand-
daughter who was off to Europe just days after. (Photo
by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

Ulysses Stockling, Charles Bynum and Mrs. Gwendolyn
Armstrong-Mathis enjoying the seafood at the beach.
(Photo courtesy of The class of 1956)

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'Mr. Walter White spoke to the Class of 1956 in several
languages as he had taught French and Spanish to the
1956ers. .Everyone shared such fond memories of their
teacher who had opened their world to the languages.
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

The Lonnie Stewarts enjoying the Saturday Night
Banquet., (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

Mrs. Deloris Philyaw Brown, of California traveled the
farthest distance for her 50th Reunion. (Photo by J. Carl Davis,

Ballardeer 'Sleepy' had his A+ performance ready
'The Gang' for this event. (Photo by J.Carl Davis, Sr.)


Class Presidents James Mosley and Charles Bynum
during Sunday's Final Gathering. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

Class members Ronald Pauline and Mrs. Patricia Sharp
Greene share a special moment at the Saturday Night
Banquet. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

LEFT: Reverend Raleigh Washington, Senior Pastor of
Rock of our Salvation Church and a noted author as he
spoke to his classmates during the'Sunday afternoon
dinner. RIGHT: Mesdames Patricia Sharp Green and
Marva McCoy McKinnon share joyful moments as the
Reunion came to a close. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

LEFT FRAME: Classmates Mrs. Gloria Petty Davis,
Walter 'Rubber' Robinson and Mrs. Elizabeth Milledge
Byars and the beach. (Photo courtesy of The Class of 1956) RIGHT
FRAME:Class of 1956 Classmate Mesdames Mary Bray
Carrington and Carol Armstrong-Meeks enjoyed the
i, Beach Outing. (Photo courtesy of The lass of 1956.)

The Hu$sons on

Sunday. (Photo by J. Carl DavisSr.)

Dr. Emanuel A. Stnfield and Mrs. PatriciaSharp Greene
on Sunday. (Photo Dy J. Carl Davis, Sr.)



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Study Sheds Light On Cystic

Fibrosis-Related Diabetes

Frat Dance

--A growing number of cys-
tic fibrosis patients are bat-
tling a second, often deadly
complication: a unique form
of diabetes that shares char-
acteristics of the type 1 and
type 2 versions that strike
many Americans.
Many of these patients
are teens who take enzymes
to help digest their food and
undergo daily physical ther-
apy to loosen the thick,
sticky mucus that clogs their
lungs. But despite treat-
ments that are helping thou-
sands to live decades longer
than ever before, when dia-
betes strikes, their life
expectancy plummets -- on
average by two years for
men and an astounding 16
for women.
Now a University of
Florida study in animals

suggests diabetes in cystic
fibrosis patients is not
caused by the destruction of
insulin-producing cells in
the pancreas-- as is often the
case in patients with the tra-
ditional form of type 1 dia-
betes-- but by differences in
how these cells function.
The findings were published
this. month in the American
Diabetes Association's jour-
nal Diabetes.
Cystic fibrosis patients
with diabetes produce some
insulin on their own, but
they require daily injections
to boost their levels when
eating so they can properly
use sugar and other food
nutrients for energy.
At times they also
become very resistant to the
insulin they do make, simi-
lar to people with type 2 dia-

"For the longest time, the
development of diabetes in
cystic fibrosis has been
thought to be chronic
destruction of pancreas, so
eventually you get loss of
the insulin-producing beta
cells," said Dr. Michael
Stalvey, an assistant profes-
sor of pediatrics at UK "Our
study provides some early
evidence to suggest there is
an inherent difference in
beta cell function."
Cystic fibrosis patients
suffer recurrent episodes of
infection and inflammation
that slowly destroy the
lungs. The pancreas is also
affected, interfering with
proper digestion.
The disease stems from a
faulty gene that blocks the
normal passage of salt and
water through the body's
cells. It is this gene deficien-

cy that is proposed to cause
insulin-producing cells to
malfunction, Stalvey said.
About 30,000 Americans
have cystic fibrosis, making
it the nation's most common
lethal hereditary disorder.
On average, they will not
live past 35, though some
are living through their 40s
and even into their 60s.
As each year passes, the
likelihood they will develop
diabetes increases. As many
as 16 percent of all patients
with cystic fibrosis also
have diabetes, a number that
is expected to rise as overall
life expectancy for cystic
fibrosis patients increases.
Half will show signs of dia-
betes by age 30 and will suf-
fer a rapid decline in overall
health and lung function,
muscle mass and body mass

Half Million Dollars Donated To B-CC School Of Nursing

Daytona Beach, Fla. -
Over $500,000 in donations
were presented to the
Bethune-Cookman College
School of Nursing at a press
conference held on campus
today. The donations,
S250.000 from Blue Cross
Blue Shield of Florida and
$150,000 from both Florida
Hospital Memorial System
and Halifax Medical Center
are making it possible for B-
CC to purchase a building
that will serve as the new
home for the- School of
Nursing. Donations were
also made members of the
Bethune-Cookman College
Board of Trustees and col-
lege President Dr. Trudie
Kibbe Reed totaling
"The donations made by
Blue Cross Blue Shield of
Florida, Florida Hospital
Memorial System and
Halifax Medical Center
along with the Trustees'
donations have had a monu-
mental impact on our ability
to purchase this building,".
said Reed. "This venture
exemplifies our commit-
ment to civic engagement
and social responsibility.
With this new building we
will be able to expand
enrollment in the Nursing
Program so that we can con-
tinue to do our part in edu-
cating qualified nurses to
help reduce. our local and
state-wide: nursing short-

The property, located at
739 West International
Speedway Boulevard, will
.feature eight high-tech
"Smart" classrooms, a 300-
seat lecture hall, a seminar
room, two simulation labs, a
skills lab, a computer lab, 16
offices and a nurse-managed
health clinic.
The nurse-managed
health clinic has been
designed to address health
disparities within the com-
"This addition to the
nursing program will
enhance the learning experi-
ences of students as well as

provide a valuable resource
to people who are dispropor-
tionately affected.by chronic
diseases," said Dr. Alma
Dixon, Dean of the School
of Nursing.
State Senator Ton\ Hill
and Representative Joyce
Cusack were also.in atten-
dance at the press confer-
ence. Hill expressed his
excitement over the nurse-
managed clinic and ho\\
pleased he is that, B-CC
nursing students are being
trained to ser\e at-risk com-
munities and to be a \oice
for those who cannot speak
for themselves.










Csack, who is a
Registered Nurse, spoke
about how she knows first-
hand the affects of the nurs-
ing shortage and how impor-
tant it is for B-CC to expand
its program.
Both Hill and Cusack
applauded the School of
.Nursing for this undertaking
and its continued commit-
ment to the community.

Doing their signature 'stroll,' the members of lota Phi
Theta kick off a week of events last Friday. The fraterni-
ty was hosting an impromptu dance on the Reitz
Student Union Colonnade at the University of Florida.

FAMU Names New

Dean Of Education

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--Florida "
A&M University Provost Debra
Austin announced that the
University has, appointed Scott
Jackson Dantley, Ph.D., as the .new
Dean of FAMU's College of
Education. Dantley's appointment is
effective July 17.
Dantley served as the the Acting
Dean of the School of Education Dr. Scott J. Dantley
at Bowie (Maryland) State
University, where he was also an associate professor of
chemistry and science education.
Under his leadership as the expert on NCATE and the
accreditation process, Bowie State's accreditation was
affirmed for seven years in Spring 2004.
Dantley has also distinguished himself as a successful
fundraiser through federal and state research dollars for such
programs as Men Engaged in Nurture (MI.E.N.). a federal
program designed to recruit and retain minority male teach-

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Study Shows Latino Immigrants Come To The U.S.

With Negative Stereotypes of Black Americans

DURHAM, N.C. -- Latinos bring negative stereotypes
about black Americans to the U.S. when they immigrate and
identify more with whites than blacks, according to a study
of the changing political dynamics in the South.
The research also found that living in the same neighbor-
hoods with black Americans seems to reinforce, rather than
reduce, the negative stereotypes Latino immigrants have of
blacks, said Paula D. McClain, a Duke University political
science professor who is the. study's lead author.
How Latino immigrants relate to blacks and whites -- and
how those groups relate to Latinos -- has implications for the
social and political dynamic of the South, says McClain.
McClain said the findings are significant because the
South has the largest population of blacks in the U.S. and has
been defined more than other regions along a black-white
divide. How Latino immigrants relate to blacks and whites -
- and how those groups relate to Latinos -- has implications
for the social and political dynamic of the region, she said.
"Given the increasing number of Latino immigrants in
the South and the possibility that over time their numbers
might rival or even surpass black Americans in the region, if
large portions of Latino immigrants maintain negative atti-
tudes of black Americans, where will this leave blacks?" the
researchers wrote. "Will blacks find that they must not only
make demands on whites for continued progress, but also
mount a fight on another front against Latinos?"
In an interview, McClain added: "We're actually pretty
depressed about a lot of our findings." The findings will be
published in the August issue of the Journal of Politics,
which is already available online
(http.://journalofpolitics.org/art68_3.html#a7). The study
was funded by the Ford Foundation.
The study's co-authors are Niambi M. Carter, Victoria M.
DeFrancesco Soto and Monique L. Lyle of Duke; Jeffrey D.
Grynaviski of the University of Chicago; Shayla C.
Nunnally of the University of Connecticut; Thomas Scotto
of West Virginia University; J. Alan Kendrick of St.
Augustine's College; and Gerald F. Lackey and Kendra
Davenport Cotton of the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill.
Researchers found that 58.9 percent of Latino immi-
grants -- most Latinos in Durham are from Mexico -- feel

that few or almost no blacks are hard-working. About one-
third, or 32.5 percent, of.Latino immigrants reported they
feel few or almost no blacks are easy to get along with. More
than half of the Latino immigrants, or 56.9 percent, feel that
few or almost no blacks could be trusted.
"One might think that the cause of the Latinos' negative
opinions about blacks is the transmission of prejudice from
Southern whites, but our data do not support this notion," the
researchers wrote.
White residents in Durham actually have a more positive
view of blacks, leading researchers to conclude that Latinos'
negative views were not adopted from whites.
In the survey, only 9.3 percent of whites surveyed indi-
cate that few blacks are hard-working; only 8.4 percent
believe few or almost no blacks are easy to get along with;

Black Tour Group Participates In Cc

Josephine Baker

-- Black Paris Divas travel
group .were the honored
guests at the 100th anniver-
sary commemoration of
Josephine Baker's birth, cel-
ebrated June in her adopted
homeland of Dordogne, in
southwest France.
Celebrities and politi-
cians, flag-bearing ex-com-

latants, local residents, and
Josephine Baker's eldest
son, and Black Paris Diva
member Robin Bates pre-
sented an honorary letter
from the NAACP to the
Alain Bogaert, president of
Operation Josephine, the
association behind the proj-
Under an azure Perigord
sky and blazing sun more
than 600 people attended the
official ceremony that began
with the unveiling of a ,life-
size bronze statue of The
Black Pearl.
It depicts a mature,
maternal Ms. Baker with her
arms wound tightly around a.
young child.
Baker and her husband,
bandleader Jo Bouillon,
adopted twelve children of

and only 9.6 percent feel that few or almost no blacks can be
The researchers also noted that if whites were the pri-
mary influence on Latinos' stereotypes, Latinos would
become more prejudiced the longer they are in the U.S.; the
findings do not support that notion. The researchers also
investigated whether Latinos might be reciprocating the
prejudice they sense from blacks; again, the survey did not
support this theory.
The survey showed that blacks view Latinos much more
favorably than Latinos view blacks. About 72 percent of
blacks feel most or almost all Latinos are hard-working, and
42.8 percent say most or almost all Latinos are easy to get
along with. About one-third, or 32.6 percent, of blacks feel
few or no Latinos could be trusted.

centennial Honoring Josephine Baker

different nationalities
between 1954 and 1964.
Akio Bouillon-Baker, their
first adopted child, told the
Sud-Ouest newspaper that
sculptress Chouski perfectly
captured the message of the
universal mother figure his
mother lived fully.
The memorial to
Josephine Baker stands per-
manently on one-third of an
acre of open terrain in the
community of Castelnaud. It
is both practical and a site of
reverence. With its statue in
the centre flanked by a
boardwalk in the shape of a
J, the site includes the origi-
nal guardian's stone hut ren-
ovated into an information
centre of Ms. Baker's life.
The shelter also doubles as a
rest stop for hikers, and per-

sonifies Ms. Baker's life-
long concern: a bus shelter
that serves children from the
Children's Centre across the
In the 1950s Baker creat-
ed, a World Village to global
brotherhood in this tiny cor-
ner of Perigord, as well as a
thriving theme park com-
plete with hotel, pool,
restaurants and many attrac-
tions enjoyed by streams of
tourists and locals..
Josephine is remembered
fondly by Perigordians for
her personal warmth and
generous- spirit. Many
approached the African-
American tourists to recount
stories such as passing La
Grande 'Dame as she
shopped in a nearby town
'just like everyone else'

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Beating Death continued from A-]
All have been arrested except Anthony Grubbs, 19, and Kenneth Fedd, 20. JSO
is asking for your help in locating them.

Murder continued from A-]
The murder and crime rate is predominately black on black cases. Many efforts
are being sought in the black community but the crime and murders continue and
answers are being sought through prayer, marches, gun buy back efforts and efforts
to get employment for the unemployed.
One in ten American children have a parent who is under penal supervision,
either incarcerated, on probation or on parole. One in eight African American chil-
dren and one in 33 children overall has a parent behind bars today, according to
award-winning journalist Neil Bernstein in his book, "Children of the Incarcerated."
When these crimes and murders are committed, are they remembering our chil-
dren and the future of black people?
Kyle Bass was charged Thursday for the murder of Martaze Deshane Harris at a
restaurant where they were both employed. Bass shot Harris in the head.
Employees at the restaurant were not aware that the males were having difficulty.
This week, Cornelius Roderick Montfort, 23, was 'arrested for the murder of
Ronnie Trey Murphy on Saturday.
According to witness, Murphy and Montfort became involved in a physical con-
frontation. Montfort got into his vehicle and pursued Murphy who was walking on
the roadway. Montfort struck Murphy with the vehicle, throwing him into a yard on
Pheasant Drive and continued down the street Until the vehicle finally crashed into
shrubbery in the next block. Montfort originally denied being involved in an alter-
cation or an incident. He was arrested for the murder on Monday, July 10.
There was an undetermined death Monday at 7270 Lem Turner wherein the vic-
tim did not have identification.,
On Tuesday a 14-year-old said he was chased by some other youths while attend-
ing a camp.. It appears that the boys, while at the camp, formed gangs according to
their floor of residence. The 14-year-old was housed on the fourth floor and a group
of boys from the third floor chased him. He placed his hands up to protect his face
when he struck the window and could not say who was chasing him or who pushed
him through the window. The youth sustained two severe lacerations that required
eleven stitches to his right arm. He also required five internal stitches and five sta-
ples to his left side where he received laceration/puncture to his torso.

Laws continued from A-i
park, school, day care, and other places where children may congregate.
The sex offenders say Jacksonville's law is tougher than the state's law, which
only requires a distance of 1,000 feet from schools and parks. Sex offenders inr
Georgia filed a similar lawsuit last month and a federal judge temporarily blocked
the new Georgia law that required the '1,000 feet distance.
In the interim, Congress is now considering a new bill that will allow records of
S juvenile offenders to be placed in the federal, sex offender registry. There is a fede-
ral registry and states also have their own registry of sex offenders.

Megan wants to be like

every other little

But Megan is not like most other

News In Brief

Commodore Milan B. Williams Dies

Milan B \\illiams. one of the original members of the Commodores.
B died after a long battle v.ith cancer. Williams \~as 58.
Villiams placed ke\ boards for the Commodores. The group started
Sin 196S while the\ were students at Tuskegee Institute in
Tuskegee. Alabama. The group lead singer %,as Lionel Richie and one o
their most popular songs was "Three Times A Lads."

S 'Be% once Sued
The \ent popular Houston. Te\as R&B
Mialan B. singer, Be\once Know les has been sued
Williams for $1.5 million over the launch of her.
House of Dereon clothing line. "
Greg \Walker said he introduced her to his bosses at Wear '
M;le Apparel Inc. and the firm paid her approximately $15 mil-
lion. According to the New\ York Dail\ Ne\\s. Walker
Sreceixed S25.000 from Kno\\les and $85,000 from \ear Me
.Apparel Inc.

Supermodel Charged \ith Identity Theft
.W She is a super
model. Beverl
*i Peele. as a super-
model. \\as named
L ii[+' B queen of the cat- Beyonce Knowles
Beyonce Knowles
Ac\dalk in the mid
-f nineties as she modeled for the world's top
designers and appeared on the covers of many
magazines. including Vogue.
SAccording to reports. Peele \\as at a supermar-
k. I i ket when she found a \oman's ,wallet in a shop-
ping cart. Rather than turn it in, she used the
ila credit cards for such items as $1.000 worth of
1 ? When she appeared in court, she had with her,
"1 $3,800 in cash which she feels is restitution to the
victimm w\ho is recovering from cancer.
Beverly Peele According to sources. Peele \ ill perform com-
Smunity sen ice to avoid jail time.
S Taser Guns To Return
JACKSONVILLE. FL Sheriff John Rutherford said that school resource officers at
Middle and high schools will again carry taser guns, which h have about 50.000 volts ofelec-
itricit.. The guns \ere pulled from Duval County School in 2005 but after much debate and
cirty\ide meetings, they \rill return.

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XaNia Masline joins one of the facilitators at a Congressional Student Leadership Conference event in
Washington, D.C.
Last week, \while Jackson\ ille residents were still reveling in the spirit of Independence Day. XaNia Masline,
a young scholar from Ribault Senior High School. joined hundreds of her peers from throughout the nation at
LeadAmerica's Congressional Student Leadership Conference (CSLC) in Washington. D.C.
She was selected by LeadAmerica to attend the conference held at Gallaudet Univ\ersity in Washington. D.C.
The CSLC is a college-accredited invitational leadership program for academically talented and promising
young leaders from across the United States and internationally. Exceptional high school students with record of
academic achievement and extracurricular or community involvement, are in\ ited to attend. XaNia has a 4.25
Grade Point Average at Ribault \\here she plays the flute in the Trojan Marching Band.
While at the conference, students select an academic area to study. choosing from among Government &
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Security, Junior War College, Crime Scene Investigation. La\\ & rial Advocacy. and Medicine & Health care.
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The Florida Star/Prep Rap

Kurtis Blow's 'Hip Hop Church

America' Set To Rock Your TV

LOS ANGELES---Watch out, America! The Apostle Paul of
hip-hop, legendary rap pioneer Kurtis Blow, is back to his old
groundbreaking ways -- and he wants to make the youth of
S. America true believers.
As the host, DJ, MC and worship leader of "Hip Hop Church
America," his mission is to make the worship experience excit-
ing for parishioners of all ages!',
"Hip Hop Church America," based on a weekly service Blow
has been hosting and MC'ing for several years at Hood Memorial
Church in Harlem, is a new weekly series currently being devel-
oped by the growing television division of the Newport Beach,
CA based The Machine Productions, a multi-media entertain-
ment company which is producing positive audio and visual
entertainment to a diverse, international consumer group. TMP
is committed to wholesome entertainment and firmly believes
that quality entertainment can be realized without compromising
commercial appeal.
The show is aimed directly at the MTV generation but
Extending its appeal to parents and grandparents whose passion
,for God seeks an explosive new outlet, the show blends rhythm,
song and praise into 60 minutes' of clapalong inspiration.
Michael Reynolds, CEO and co-founder of TMP, says, "We see
an exciting opportunity to minister God's Word to those disen-
franchised kids who may only hear it when it is presented with-
.. in the music of hip hop."
Michael Nason, The Machine Productions President and Co-
Founder, brings a unique expertise to his hands-on role as one of
., "Hip Hop Church America's" Executive Producers. For close to
30 years, he produced, promoted and bought airtime for Robert
Schuller's renowned "Hour of Power" show, broadcast to mil-
S.lions weekly from the world famous Crystal Cathedral in Garden
S Grove, California.
"I'm thrilled to be part of this new cutting edge cultural phe-
nomenon called Hip Hop church," he says. "Unlike anything on
television, this program will, in a positive way, reach the hearts
Sand souls of America's young people."
m "Hip Hop Church America" begins with a lively procession-
al down the aisle, featuring hip hop music and breakdancing,
KurtisBlow then a youthful and exuberant choir joins in, performing behind
a new guest artist each week.

First Annual BET Hip-Hop Awards This November

Following the success of BET Awards and BET Comedy Awards, Black Entertainment Television has now
added BET Hip-Hop Awards to the fold. The show will be hosted by comedian Katt Williams. BET president of
entertainment Reginald Hudlin said BET's version will have a different focus from VH1's Hip-Hop Honors, which
also runs annually. Let's just hope they can keep this one peaceful and, resist the urge to throw chairs a la Vibe
BET is set to launch a series of reality shows "The Way It Is" and "Soul of a Man" featuring r & b artist
Keyshia Cole and rap star DMX respectively. Later this month, they will also debut a special, Top 25 Hottest
On a side nofe, BET recently announced that it. has cancelled controversial late-night music-video series, BET
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Snoop Dogg's 'Drop It Like It's Hot' Live

CD And DVD Set For Release October 2006

NEW YORK, NY-- Filmed and recorded live in Brussels, Belgium, before a fren-
zied audience, "Drop It Like It's Hot" is the definitive Snoop Dogg live experience.
The package will contain 21 tracks of Snoop's biggest hits on both audio and video
formats. The two-disc set has been scheduled for release for October 2006. The deal,
arranged between Titan Global Entertainment and Charly Films in the United
Kingdom,. will also include over fifty other titles, including such artists as Public
-Enemy, Ice T, The Isley Brothers, etc. Titan Pyramid Records ivill utilize Universal
Music Group's Fontana distribution in both the U.S. and Canada.
With album sales of 17.6 million in the United States, Snoop Dogg is one of rap
music's most durable icons, known for his distinctive lazy drawl, laid-back, rhythmi-
cally complex lyrical delivery. Released in Europe earlier this year, the project has
had great success overseas. "As the first in a collection of stellar live music projects,
we're very proud to kick off the series with an artist of Snoop Dogg's caliber," stated
Allen Jacobi, President of Titan/Pyramid Records. "The caliber of production of the
Charly Films series is second to none and we know all of Snoop's fans will be look-
ing forward to it."
Single song snippets from the DVD portion will be available as downloads on
Titan Global Entertainment's web portal TitanTunes.com. Purchasers can obtain
advance copy of the audio and video on TitanTunes.com prior to its retail release
beginning August 1, 2006.
Titan Global Entertainment, Inc. is a multi-faceted entertainment company that
specializes in audio and video digital distribution through its state of the art web por-
tal -- TitanTunes.com, the design, production and sale of four multi-media players
(The Omni), traditional record production and marketing through Universal Music
Group distribution, television, publishing and artist management. Titan is dedicated
to supplying new emerging technologies for music to talented artists of various back-
grounds on the worldwide web. The management team is comprised of accomplished
music industry and technology veterans.

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Manne, Mr. Mud and Bootleg.
The first single from By Choice Or By Force is "Pop A Few Bottles." Here are all of the
songs on the album:
Born Micah Levar Troy in Atlanta, the hip-hopper grew up as the son of a drill sergeant
turned pastor. His father laid down strict rules around the house and made sure that his son
was introduced to the church. However, just like many neighbourhood kids, Troy was influ-
enced by his surroundings. And that's how he developed a persona and music that combines
both good and evil elements.
Troy, known as the "Crunk Pioneer", first hit the music scene with his major label debut,
Face Off, which debuted on the U.S.-based Billboard rap chart at #7 in 2001. He followed that
with Universal Solider, which topped the same chart, in 2002. The two albums have combined
to sell more than a million copies. Troy's most memorable song, the Timbaland-produced "Are
We Cuttin'," was used as the lead single for the soundtrack to the Vin Diesel film, XXX.
The dirty south rapper has worked with such producers as Timbaland, Jazze Pha and fel-
low Atlanta crunk star Lil' Jon over his still. relatively young career.

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Jacksonville Celebrates The Life And Legacy

Of The Late Rev. Dr. Andrew Booker Coleman, Jr.

By Vonkesta Mobley Abrams

A church packed with
hundreds of people includ-
ing City Officials, Funeral
Directors, an Army detach-
ment, Pastors, family and
friends gathered Friday, July
7, 2006 to celebrate the life
and legacy of the Late Rev.
Dr. Andrew Booker
Coleman Jr. Rev. Coleman
passed away on June 30,
2006 after being ill for a
short while.
The funeral service
which stretched past two
hours; followed two days, of
public viewing during which
a victory service was held in
his honor at St. Andrew
Missionary Baptist Church,
tle church that he organized
in 1978.
The order of service was
outlined by scriptures,
prayers, and remarks that
were given by various civic
leaders, colleagues and fam-
ily members. Officiating the
service was the Rev.
Rudolph W. McKissick, Sr.
of the Bethel Baptist
Institutional Church.
As a minister of the
gospel, Rev. Henry T. Rhim
delivered a powerful prayer
offering condolences and
hope to those surviving the
death of Rev. Coleman.
On behalf of the Alpha
Phi Alpha Fraternity, Sigma
Pi Phi Fraternity and Florida
First Coast Morticians
Association, Dr. Wendell
Holmes highlighted Rev.
Coleman as a great busi-
nessman and colleague.
Most moving of the
remarks came from the son
of Rev. Coleman; A. B.
Coleman III, who expressed
his appreciation for the out-
pouring of love shown dur-
ing the death and passing of
his father.
He said that his father
would've been proud if he'd
been alive to see all the

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A sea of mourners at Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church celebrate the life of Rev. Dr.
Andrew Booker Coleman, Jr. on Friday, July 7. (PHOTO BY MARSHA DEAN PHELTS)

many friends that came out
to celebrate his life.
At the close of the of this
very kairos occasion, a mili-
tary detachment carried the
flagged draped cherry wood
coffin down the stairs of the
historic sanctuary of Shiloh
Metropolitan Baptist
This was the same
church that the late Rev.
Coleman's father, the late
Rev. A. B.' Coleman, Sr.
built and served as pastor for
many-years, and where the
late Rev. Coleman, Jr. also
served as Co-Pastor.
Following the coffin was
the family of the late. Rev.
Coleman, and the staff of
A.B. Coleman Mortuary all
wearing a white carnation in
memory of such a great
man. The entombment was
held at Edgewood Cemetery,
Jacksonville, Florida.
Rev. A. B. Coleman, Jr.
will be missed by all who
knew him. His past religious
and civil associations
Florida Memorial

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Mrs. A.B. Coleman, II at the head of the funeral proces-
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Spigner and other family. (PHOTO BY MARSHA DEAN PHELTS) DEAN PHELTS)

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told lies to blackmail people or get money. Now she s mar-
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want children and she knows it. Her latest stunt is too much
for me to handle. She told her husband that she s pregnant
and she plans to go shopping with the money she's supposed
to use for pregnancy termination. Ifeel this is too much and
should tell her husband.
No More Lies (Dallas, TX)

Dear No More Lies:
At what point did you decide to stop benefiting from your friends financial gain? If
you've been a part of her scams for so long, I'm sure she gave you a cut of her shady
earnings. You've co-signed with her for so long it's obvious she doesn't listen to you.
Your best advice is to pull away and stop being a witness to her dishonesty. You 'll cause
too much drama if you stick your nose in the hornets nest now. In other words, mind
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me as if I'm not good enough to be around them and they act as if they're so mature
and I'm young and dumb. How do I handle this?
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Dear Shawna.
You need to find your favorite song on the radio, drink lemonade and enjoy your life
until you meet a husband. There's nothing cute about girls fresh out of high school
two steps from a welfare office and dirty diapers. You're the winner in this bunch and
you should be on your way to college and a blessed life. Go for the gold, shake it off
and encourage your friends to achieve as you avoid the baby daddy blues.

Dear Deanna!
I spend a lot of time being friends with women, listening to their problems and just
being a great guy. I'm in a situation with a friend that I now want a relationship with
but she isn 't interested. Once I made my feelings known she has basically kicked me
to the curb. I can't understand why she took my money, used my car and came to me
with all of her problems but won't date me. What did I do wrong?
A.J. (San Diego, CA)

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A First Inductee, Florida Star Religious Hall of Fame
Former President, Board of Directors and Embalmers (State of Florida)
Life Member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity
He leaves a legacy of his life and for those to follow and cherish his memories including his wife, Mrs. Ida M. Coleman;
a.daughter, Arlene B. Coleman; a son, Andrew B. Coleman, III( Clara); three grandchildren, one great grandson, two broth-
ers, Rev. L.J. Coleman, Sr. (Betty) and J. B. Jenkins, Jr. (Lula); one sister, Andrena C. Nickerson and a host of many sorrow-
ing relatives and friends.
To honor the late Rev. Coleman, contributions may be made to the A.B. Coleman Jr. Scholarship Fund at Florida
Memorial University, 15800 NW 42nd Ave., Miami, FL 33054

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degree mason, Henry Cotton, Henry Pate, Grand
Instructor; Charles T. Maxwell, Worshipful Master;
Oliver Martin, Thomas Gary, Larry Adkins, Rickey
Torrence, Samuel Bolden and Rev. Eugene White. BOT-
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first cousin of Rev. Coleman. (PHOTOS BY MARSHA DEAN

Local Woman Earns

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Jacksonville City Council members Reggie Fullwood
and Pat Lockett-Felder. (PHOTOS BY MARSHA DEAN PHELTS)

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DRIVE--The Ed\ard Waters College Office of
Alumni Affairs and EWC Alumni Association will
host an alumni membership drive on Saturday. July
22. at 10:00 a.m. in the Milne Auditoritun. This is the
premier alumni event of the summer that \\ill be both
infonnative and engaging. The activities will include:
Alumni Membership Information
EWC Staff Presentations
Campus Tours
An Alumni Social
All Jacksonville area alumni and former students of
Edward Waters College are invited. If you need addi-
tional infonnation regarding this event, call the
Office of Alumni Affairs at 470-8252.
the follow\ ing dates and times:
July 6: 1:0) p.m.
July 13: 1:00 p.m.
July 7: 10:00 a.m.
July 17: 5:30 p.m.
July 11: 5:30 p.m.
July 19: 10:00 a.m.
July 12: 10:00 a.m.
July 20: 1:00 p.m.
** Dates and Times are subject to changes.
Jacksonville Regional Sen ice Center
921 North Davis Street. Bldg.. A Room 109
Jacksonv ille. FL 32209
Medicaid beneficiaries are encouraged to attend one
of these events presented by Medicaid representa-
tives. Each session \ill last one hour. Space is lim-
ited and \ou must make a resen action to attend. To
choose one of the sessions and make a reservation by
calling (9041 798-4659.
MAIN STREET EVENT-Experience Main Street
from the Mlain Street Bridge to the Trout River
Bridge on July 20, 3:00-6:00 p.m. Everything is free.
There \will be food. games and prizes. For church
involvement and more information contact Amy
Walker at (904) 765-5502.
BLOCK PARTY-The American Poor people Party
presents a "Block Party" on July 29 from 12 Noon
until 5:00 p.m. on xavier Street between 45th and
Talladega Rd. Music, performers, food, fun, and
information will be available.
HEALTH FAIR- A free Cholesterol and Diabetes
Screening, sponsored by: Bayer. will be held: 2:00
p.m. 6:00 p.m. July 26 at the Winn-Dixie Pharmacy,
96076 Lofton Square Blvd.. in Yulee, FL.
being made for the January 6. 2007 Matthew W.
Gilbert High School 9th Annual Reunion
Celebration. Two representatives from each class
1952-1970 are asked to become involved. A meeting
will be held Tuesday, August 8 and every other
Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at Matthew iw. gilbert Middle
School. For additional information contact Almeyta
J. Lodi (904) 355-7583 or Vivian W. williams at
(904) 766-2885.
Jacksonville Bold City Mandarin Lion's Club will
host the 5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on
August 26. at the Golf Club at Fleming Island, Orange
Park. FL. The tournament begins at 8:00 a.m. Sign-
in will be held at 7:30 p.m.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY-The Ribault graduating Class
of 1974 \will host a 50th Birthday Celebration on
September 16, 7:00 p.m.-until, at Arielle's. 7707
Arlington Expressway Attire is dressy casual. For
cost and reservations (ASAP) contact Aundrea
McDaniel (McClinton) at (904) 765-6041, Carolyn
Sutton at (904) 764-4291. Janet Simon at (9040 696-
2034. or Carl Porter at 1904) 673-5066.

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Baby Naming Ceremony for Yasin Amani, born June 1, 2006
to parents Carmella Blackwell and Mario McIntee was held
last week in Houston, hosted by Mario McIntee, proud
father. The ceremony was dedicated to Dr. H. E. Blackwell,
deceased father of Carmella, and reknown physicist, profes-
sor and artist.


St. Petersburg, FL----- Florida Consumer Action Network, affiliate of USAction and the state partner of
Americans United, released a new report today prepared by the Institute for America's Future that shows that the
costly, confusing Bush Part D plan has dire health and financial consequences for the 7 million Americans who
will soon fall into the program's 'donut hole' -- a massive gap in coverage for those covered by the program whose
annual drug costs are between $2,250 and $5,100. Floridians who fall into the 'doughnut hole' are forced to pay
the full cost of their prescription drugs on top of their costly monthly premiums. The report -- entitled 'Falling into
the Doughnut Hole: How Congress and the Drug Industry Created a Trap for American Seniors and People with
Disabilities' reveals that September 22nd is the date the average Medicare-eligible American will fall into the
'donut hole;' it also details how the gap will actually grow over time and the grim realities for the vast majority
who can not escape it.
"September 22nd will mark an unsettling milestone for most of the 7 million seniors and disabled
Americans will soon fall into the Bush Part D 'doughnut hole' trap," said Phil Compton, spokesman for FCAN.
"Many Floridians who managed to navigate this incredibly confusing and corrupt prescription drug program will
soon be rewarded with no coverage whatsoever, yet will still be forced to pay their costly monthly premiums.
Next year, even more seniors will fall and fall harder into the 'doughnut hole' as the coverage gap continues to
grow. But the most troubling reality for Part D enrollees in Florida is that few will escape the massive coverage
gap, putting them at significant health.risk when they simply decide to take their chances without their medicines."
Among the study's key findings of 'Falling' into the Doughnut Hole':
* Seven million Americans will fall into the Part D 'doughnut hole.' According to the conservative estimates
of the Kaiser Family Foundation, it is predicted that out of the 11.8 million Medicare enrollees whose plans
include a coverage gap, nearly 7 million of these individuals will fall into the doughnut hole. This doesn't include
the 4.2 million who didn't sign up for the benefit because it was so costly and confusing.
* Part D 'doughnut hole' will actually grow and increase over time. Reaching the catastrophic coverage thresh-
old in 2006 requires $5,100 in total drug spending, but this rises to $5,596 in 2007 and $6,158 in 2008. While the
level of spending in the 25% coinsurance range will also increase, it does not increase at the same rapid rate as
the catastrophic level increases. As a result, the total size of the doughnut hole will rapidly increase over time and
engulf more and more Americans.
* September 22nd marks national 'Doughnut Hole Day.' The millions of Americans with Part D coverage have
different spending patterns and prescription drug needs, but the average Medicare enrollee's total drug
spending for 2006 is estimated to be $3.081. Accoidingly, this means that an average Medicare beneficiary who
enrolled in a stand-alone drug plan on Jan. 1st would be paying $257 dollars a month and would fall
into the doughnut hole on Sept. 22nd.
* Part D 'doughnut hole' has fatal health consequences. 55 percent of Americans who enter the doughnut hole will
be unable to escape it. A study.in the New England Journal of.Medicine examined the effects that capping pre-
scription,drug benefits had on seniors in the Medicare +Choice plan in 2003 and found that seniors who reached
this cap, which. would be very similar to falling into the doughnut hole, were more likely to skip doses of treat-
ments, less likely to visit hospital emergency departments, and, sadlh. died sooner. It was discovered that
Their annual mortality rate was 220 o higher than those without such a cap on benefits. Additionally, the increase
in frequency and length of hospital visits caused by the deteriorating health actually increased costs overall for the
insurance companies.
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B-CC' Names Carla Winston

'Woman Of The Year'

Home Run

All-Star Champ

amongst 10 other female
athletes of the year at Mid-
Eastern Athletic Conference
(MEAC) institutions for the
honor of being named as the
Woman of the Year in the
league, and possibly later
the nation.

Winston earned this
year's award with a great
GPA and essay on what
being a women's basketball
player at B-CC has taught
her over the years, as well as
her outstanding communi-
ty/volunteer service both in

her hometown of LaGrange
and in and around the
Daytona Beach community
over the past four years. She
has been an intricate part of
the Wildcat women's basket-
ball program since her fresh-
man year.

Venus Williams No Longer In WTA Tour's Top 20

Carla Winston

Fla. Carla Winston, a mem-
ber of the Wildcats women's
basketball team, has recently
been named as the Bethune-
Cookman College Woman
of the Year. Winston, a 5-
foot-7 senior point guard
from LaGrange, Georgia,
posted an average of 1.8
points per game last year
while dishing out 13 assists
in 20 ballgames.
The Callaway High
School alumnus, and now an
alumnus of Bethune-
Cookman College, has
earned the right to compete

Roderick Green

- Venus Williams dropped
out of the WTA Tour's top
20, and Andy Roddick slid
out of the ATP Tour's top 10
in Monday's rankings after
both fell short of past per-
formances at
Roger Federer's fourth
consecutive Wimbledon title
allowed him to stay at No. 1,
but No. 2 Rafael Nadal
closed the gap by reaching
his first final at the All
England Club.
The first five spots in the
women's rankings didn't
change: Wimbledon cham-
pion Amelie. Mauresmo
remained at No. 1, followed
by semifinalist Kim
Clijsters, runner-up Justine
Henin-Hardenne, semifinal-
ist Maria Sharapova and
Nadia Petrova.
Both Williams .and
Roddick have been ranked

Barry Bonds' 715th

Homer To Be Sold

,SAN FRANCISCO The fan who caught Barry Bonds'
715th home run ball while waiting for a beer and peanuts
\Nill sell the history-making ball on Internet auction site
Andrew Morbitzer said he and his wife, Megan, mulled
keeping the ball, but decided they couldn't turn down a pos-
sible payoff. The ball might help the couple put a downpay-
.ment on a home in pricey San Francisco.
"We decided if we were rich we'd keep the ball because
it's fun to have a piece of sports lore to hold on to,"
Morbitzer told the Associated Press on Tuesday. "But we're
not rich;".
Experts have said the ball is expected to fetch around
$100,000 at auction, far less than the 5500.000 some experts
say it could have commanded absent the controversy sur-
rounding Bonds and his alleged in\olhement with steroids.
The auction will start July 24 and last 10 days. Morbitzer
is mulling an opening bid of roughly $10,000. The auction
will also likely be a "reserve" auction, meaning Morbitzer
won't part with the ball for less than a certain.price.

"It was fun to have and it's fun to have been the one to
catch the ball," Morbitzer said. "It was a great once-in-a-life-
time moment. But the decision is based on the fact that
there's someone who would love to pay us for it."
San Jose-based e-Bay has handled auctions for other
-cherished pieces of baseball history. Among the items sold
on the site include a 1909 Honus Wagner T206 card that
fetched $1.27 million and Shoeless Joe Jackson's "Black
Betsey" bat. which sold for nearly $580,000.

Md. Ravens linebacker
Roderick Green was stabbed
early Sunday during a fight
at a bowling alley, Baltimore
County police said.
Green was taken to Sinai
Hospital. Ravens spokesman
Kevin Byrne told WBFF-TV
that Green's injury doesn't
appear to be serious.
Police said a fight broke
out when Green bumped
into another bowler. Green
tried to break it off and left
the bowling alley, but the
man carn after him and

No. 1 in the past.
Williams was the
defending champion at the
All England Club but was
upset in the third round by
Jelena Jankovic, sending the
American from No. 12 to
No. 23. Williams also won
Wimbledon in 2000 and
2001, and reached the final
in 2002 and 2003, losing to
younger sister Serena each
Serena Williams, also
once ranked No. 1, skipped
this Wimbledon with a left
knee injury that's kept her
off the tour most of the year,
and she's now ranked 140th.
Roddick, the Wimbledon
runner-up in 2004 and 2005,
was knocked out in the third
round this time, a straight-
sets loser to Andy Murray.
Roddick's ranking went
from fifth to 11th, his first
time out of the top 10 since
the start of 2003.
Federer and Nadal were
followed by David
Nalbandian, Ivan Ljubicic,

LeBron Agi

James. agreed early
Wednesday to a three-year
contract extension with the
Cleveland Cavaliers, keep-
ing the All-Star forward with,
the club through at least the
2009-10 season.
The contract includes an
option that would allo\\
James to extend the deal one
season, the Cavaliers report-
ed on their Web site. The
contract. which James is \et
to sign, will take effect after
the 2006-07 season.
"I knew all along-- and I
had always said -- that I
wanted to stay here in
Cleyeland, so it's a terrific
day for me and my family to
actually make it official,"
James said in an interview
on the team's Web site.
"Now I can continue to con-
centrate on basketball and
helping bring a champi-
onship to Cleveland."
James chose an exten-
sion that is for two years less
than the maximum deal the
Cavs could have offered

stabbed him in the parking
Green ran after being
stabbed, and the attacker
tried to chase him down but
was unable to do so.
Police have no suspects
in the attack. The assailant
and the player didn't know
each other, police said.
Green, 24, is a third-year
player out of Central
Missouri State. He played in
16 games last season and
had two sacks.

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compete at a Grand
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laces to No. 10, his
king, thanks to his
e semifinals.

Philadelphia Phillies' Ryan Howard, the All Star game
home run derby champ, gets ready for batting practice
before the baseball All Star Game in Pittsburgh,
Tuesday, July 11, 2006.(AP PhotolGene J. Puskar)

r Woods Scheduled To Defend Phoenix Title
TOKYO.- Tiger Woods will defend his Dunlop, Phoenix. title in,
November, tournament organizers announced Thursday.
Woods will be attempting to win Japan's richest golf tournament for
the third straight year, t) ing Japan's Jumbo Ozaki, who won it three years
in a row from 1994-96. It will be Woods' fourth appearance at the Dunlop
At last year's tournament, Woods won the fourth hole of a playoff
Woods with Japan's Kaname Yokoo to claim the title.The $1.7 million Dunlop
Phoenix will be held NovA.6-19 at the Phoenix CountrN Club in MRliazaki.

To 3-Year Extension With Cavs i

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JULY 15 2006

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Former Florida Secretary

Of Corrections, Former

Regional Director Charged

By Federal Authorities

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. James Vernon Crosby, Jr., former
Secretary of Florida Department of Corrections, and Allen Clark,
a former Regional Director of Florida Department of Corrections
were charged today by federal authorities with accepting approx-
imately $135,000 in kickbacks related to the awarding of a state
contract. Also, eight other current and former Florida
Department of Corrections employees have been charged by
state authorities related to their positions as correctional officers.
Today's charges were announced by U.S. Attorney Paul I. Perez,
Gerald M. Bailey, Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Commissioner, and Nestor Duarte, Assistant Special Agent in
Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Crosby and Clark are charged in separate Informations with
corruptly accepting approximately $135,000 from another per-
son, intending to be influenced or rewarded in connection with
official business of the Florida Department of Corrections.
Crosby and Clark each face up to ten years' imprisonment and up
to $250,000 in fines. In addition to the Information, plea agree-
ments were filed as to both Crosby and Clark. Clark will be
arraigned and is expected to enter a plea on Thursday, July 6,
2006 at 4:00 p.m. Crosby will be arraigned on Tuesday, July 11,
2006 at 2:30 p.m. and is expected to enter a plea at that time.
According to court documents, in 2003, Crosby, on behalf of
the Florida Department of Corrections (FDOC) began to negoti-
ate a contract to privatize FDOC's institutional canteens with
Keefe Commissary Network ("Keefe Commissary") of St.
Louis, Missouri, and two other private companies. After negoti-
ating with each company, Crosby, on behalf of FDOC, entered
into a written contract ("the Contract") with representatives of
Keefe Commissary in October 2003. Under the Contract, Keefe
Commissary assumed responsibility for operating FDOC's insti-
tutional canteens throughout the State of Florida. While the
Contract originally provided that inmates could purchase items
from institutional canteens by using a "cashless" debit card-like
system, a November 2004 amendment to the Contract allowed
Keefe Commissary to operate separate visiting park canteens,
where FDOC visitors could purchase, items with cash.
As part of the Contract, Keefe Commissary agreed to pay
FDOC a certain fee per day per inmate, which was anticipated to
provide FDOC in excess of $20 million per year in revenues.
According to the terms of.the Contract, Keefe Commissary could
not utilize any subcontractor without prior approval of FDOC.
Unless renewed by FDOC, the Contract and its amendments
would expire in October 2006. As Secretary of FDOC, Crosby
had the direct authority to enter into the Contract, to implement
contractual amendments with Keefe Commissary and to renew
the Contract with Keefe Commissary.
Crosby and Clark were acquaintances of an individual from
the Gainesville, Florida area who had a preexisting business rela-
tionship ith FDOC. In 2004, Crosby, Clark and this individual
agreed that the individual would be introduced to representatives
of Keefe Commissary to encourage Keefe Commissary to utilize
the individual in opening and operating visiting parks canteens.
While Clark and Crosby were aware that Keefe Commissary was
interested in opening visiting park canteens, they also knew that
Keefe Commissary did not want to collect and handle the cash
generated by such canteens.
Crosby, Clark and the individual decided that if, based upon
the recommendation and support of Crosby and Clark, Keefe
Commissary used the individual as a subcontractor on the
Contract, then the individual would kickback to Clark and
Crosby a portion ofthe profits made by the individual.
In the Summer of 2004, Keefe and the individual'reached an
agreement calling for the individual to make approximately $1.5
million per ear in profits. The individual advised Clark that he
(Clark) and Crosby would receive a 40% kickback.
In Auigust 2004, a company owned by the individual was, at
Crosby's direction, authorized by FDOC as an approved subcon-
tractor on the Contract. In addition, the Contract, at Crosby's
direction, was amended in November 2004 and broadened Keefe
Commissary's responsibilities to include its operation of visiting
park canteens. To facilitate the individual's work with Keefe
Commissary and the visiting park canteens, FDOC personnel
provided the individual and others working with him with iden-
fification badges that would allow access to, among other places,
the New River Correctional Facility and the Florida State Prison
in Starke, Florida.
Thereafter, Keefe Commissary reopened FDOC visiting park
canteens throughout the State of Florida. Cash proceeds generat-
ed by Keefe Commissar 's sales at FDOC visiting park canteens
were collected by the individual's company. These proceeds
were then delivered to the business in Gainesville, Florida.
After these proceeds were collected, the individual and/or
, others \ working with the individual would deliver cash kickbacks
to Clark and/or others about once a month. Once Clark received
a cash kickback, Clark would then deliver part of the kickback
payment to Crosby. These kickback payments grew .from'
approximately $1,000.00 a month tip to approximately
$12,000.00 a month and were made from about November.2004
through early 2006. The total amount of kickbacks paid by the
Conspirator to Clark and Crosby during this scheme was approx-
imately $130,000.00.
Eight other individuals have been charged in state court:
1. Richard Allen Frye Jr., age 37, grand theft.
2. Paul Lamar Miller, age 33, grand theft.
3. Theodore J. Foray Jr., age 46, grand theft.
4. Lamar Edw\\ard Griffis, age 49, acceptance of unauthorized

5. Bryan Kim Griffis, age 36, grand theft.
6. Christopher Paul Taylor, age 34, grand theft.
7. Bobbie Dewane Ruise, age 41, grand theft.
8. Stephen Randall Parker, age 32, grand theft.
The charges filed against Crosby, Clark, and the other eight
individuals bring the total number of former or current FDOC
employees prosecuted in this ongoing investigation to 21. The
previous prosecutions for the most part related to illegal steroid
distribution and use and receipt of kickbacks from a recycling
program. The investigation is being handled by the Federal
Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the United States Attorney's,
Office, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE),
and Florida Attorney General Charlie rist's Office of Statewide
Prosecution. *

Aries (March 21 -
April 19) All you will be
longing to is
someone to
explain yourself
to, and you're
likely to find that
someone just in time. This is
a good week to renew a
commitment. Generosity
will put you in the poor-
house. If everyone wants to
do their own thing, let them.
Make some notes regarding
the changes that you should
make. If you're willing to go
with the flow, you'll find that
you've an opportunity to
rearrange certain elements
of your life that you thought
you'd just have to live with.
This week lucky numbers
are: 2, 6, 12, 20, 24.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21)Some people are
D unpredictable and
evasive--and give
you troubles. A
surprise expense
may also arise, but it's worth
it. What a difference a dar-
ing new attitude and a new
start can make! Your creativ-
ity is at peak levels so you
could steal the show. You
may be undermining your\
own chances for success by
expecting too much from
yourself too soon. Trust
yourself but respect your-
self. Don't count on your
friends to be loyal when it
comes to doing things.
Younger relatives may seek
your advice. This week
lucky numbers are: 18, 24,
26, 32, 38.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) Let go
of the past in
order to progress.
You, can make
money if you work on per-
sonal investments. Don't let
your mate force you into
making a decision that you
aren't ready to make. Don't
let your temper get the better
of you closer to the middle
of this week, concentrate on
what you can do, not what
you can't.This week lucky
numbers are: 8, 14, 20, 24,
Cancer June 21- July
22) Tension of a psycholog-
D ical or political
nature may be
Present at the
beginning. Issues
could become emotional but
you may be able to transport
yourself into a listening
mode. Create answers by
removing your emotions
from the subject matter.
Listen for the positive and
work toward compromise
that can make everyone
happy.This week lucky
numbers are: 2, 8, 20, .30,
Leo (July 23 -August
22) What is invaluable to
you may be utter-
ly worthless to
someone else and
vice versa. The
faster you get used to such
differences the better. Some
people will support you
while others wait and see.
Be grateful. Say a resound-
ing 'YES' when someone
suggests a fun night out on
the town, and remember it.
Those in authority may tar-
get you soon, so beware of
traffic -cops, government
officials and your boss. This
week lucky numbers are: 8,

12, 18, 20, 32.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)Haste
makes waste with first-time
projects. Pleasure interests
are more(ewarding however
so seek iout romance. You

will have to make
your current
dreams come true
the old-fashioned
way, namely by hard work!
Keep things in perspective
or you'll have to answer for
your actions. Patience will
pay off and bring you that
much closer to getting what
you want in the middle of
the week. This week lucky
numbers are: 14, 20, 24, 26,
Libra (September 23
- October 23) Help those
D-- incapable of tak-
ing care of their
personal affairs.
Pleasure trips or
friendly get-togethers will
be satisfying and intellectu-
ally stimulating. You have
your thumb in several differ-
ent investments at once.
Good news will come to you
about these investments
soon; this Thursday you
must allow progress to hap-
pen. You will be pleased at
the results of your planning.
This week lucky numbers
are: 2, 6, 12, 48, 68.
Scorpio (October 24
21)A private
business meeting
is a success. Real
fun and games must be
planned out logically, not
emotionally this time. Now
focus on personal affairs as
you see fit with little or no
interference. The stars are
particularly favorable to
your personal life at this
moment. Don't let the oppor-
tunity slip away. This week
lucky numbers are: 36, 38,
50, 66, 74.
S a git t a ri us
(No member 22 -
December 21) If you want
our ship to come
in. you'lll have to
send one out. Put
off decision-mak-
ing now. if you're feeling
exhausted. If you're feeling
so ship-shape, inspect your
own act before accusing oth-
ers of being awol. Take a
moment to make the much-
needed changes at home on
the in the middle of this
week. Once you have this,
task out of the way, you will
feel free to pursue some-
thing new. This week lucky
numbers are: 8, 18, 30, 50,
Ca p ri c or n
(December 22 January
19) You may be
making plans for
a nice trip, but
you may also be
coping with a moody co-
worker. Artistic sensibilities
are heightened. True emo-
tional peace and security is
found within, not from other
people's opinions. Be careful
what you wish for this time.
You may have far more to
contend with if you aren't
willing to compromise. An
offer that sounds too good to
be true probably is. Remind
yourself of what you have,
not what you don't have.
Your mind will be on love,
romance and, of course,
pampering and pleasure
now. It is very important to
finish off old projects before
starting something new.
This week lucky numbers
are: 2, 20, 38, 44, 48.
Aquarius (January

20 -February 19th)Use
your creativity to add to the
; quality of your
work and life.
Others appreciate
your special
touch. On the 1ther hand
don't forget t fat circum-

stances can turn against you
as easily as you turn them to
your advantage. You love
people for who they are and
need to express it. 'Love
romance, socializing, mix-
ing business with pleasure
as well as picking up infor-
mation that will help you get
ahead should be your main
goal. You should allow your
love to take on a life of its
own. Some people may not
be ready for you, but you
can appeal to their sense of
humor and hold their atten-
tion for as long as you need.
In general, this week is a
right time to discard the old
and embrace the new. This
week lucky numbers are: 14,
50, 54, 72, 84.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20)Deal with


JULY15, 2006

finances before
you go out shop-
ping midweek.
Avoid making
any commitments at' the
moment. It is necessary to
listen carefully to other peo-
ple's ideas. You may have
wanted to make changes
where none were required.
Communication with others
will bring you the wisdom
you need. Teamwork will
lead to a closer bond
between you and your part-
ners. Bring your strengths to
the table & hope that others
will, as well. You should
avoid revealing how you
feel or share your personal
secrets with other people,
even close ones. This week
lucky numbers are: 14, 18,
26,36, 42,.


Bans Grillz

**FILE PHOTO** Singer Nelly, with dia-
monds on his teeth, arrives to the sec-
ond annual Fashion Rocks concert,
Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005. One school dis-
trict ih Texas has banned students from
wearing the mouth jewelry known as
'grillz.' (AP PhotolDiane Bondareff)
known as "gauging."

TON, Texas -
The school dis-
trict here has
expanded its
dress codes to
mouths-- and
may no longer
wear mouth
jewelry known
as "grillz"--
shiny teeth
caps-- or the
ing practice

"The district is having to respond to fads because they've
become distracters or a safety hazard for those around them,"
said Malcolm Turner, the district's executive director of stu-
dent services.
The nearby Irving, Grand Prairie and DeSoto districts
also ban grillz,.and some also address-gauging the process
of placing increasingly large items in the ears to stretch the
But students said the body modification is ,simply self-
"Really, a grill is just like an earring. It's fashion," said
junior De\onte Wright,, 16.
But school officials said they hoped to teach students that
life would require them to follow specific regulations in spe-
cific settings.
"We want to instill in them a sense of modesty and a
sense of community," said school board trustee Gloria Pena.
"We're preparing them for the work force, and in the work'
force there are rules."







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Quene Lewis: Vocalist,
Photos 2006 by Andre' B. Murray/www.bernagency.photore

Songwriter & Arranger!


By Rych McCain/feed-
Every now and then
you meet a person who
stands out head and
shoulders above the
norm and you just say
"wow!" I recently
attended an after party
for the opening night
of the Black
Hollywood Film
Festival and met a
young singer who per-
formed at the event.
She approached me
because she could feel
I had something offi-
cial going on. other
than just being a club
fixture. After talking
with her, I was blown
away with her creativi-
ty, talent and her entire
thought process.
She is Quene Lewis,
vocalist, 'songwriter,
arranger and clothing
designer. She is also a
fashion show promoter
in Los Angeles. Lewis
has a BA degree in
Fashion Design and is
finishing her Masters
Degree in Finance. She
is the daughter of
world-renowned drum-

mer Tony Lewis who
:has toured and recorded
with numerous artists
including Michael
Jackson,'George Benson
and others. He is cur-
rently the long time
drummer for the leg-
endary Smokey
Lewis invited me to
one of her fashion
shows which featured a
couple of top name
brands as well as up and
coming designers and
models. She. is truly
hands on with her on
designs i.e., she actually
creates them herself.
Lewis has a distain for
celebrities who jump on
the clothing line band
As she puts it, "It's
kind of like a fad, like
how everybody gets lit-
tle dogs. The thing
about it that I don't
respect is that most of
them aren't even
designers, they just put
their name. on some-
A conversation with
this sista gets deep intel-
lectually. Her financial
education and business
savvy are no joke. She




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uuene Lewis.

has designed for a few
big names but her focus
is now on her own cloth-
ing line and singing
career. She is emphatic
when asked about her
business approach, "I
have a degree in fashion.
I know from the design
aspect to the production
and marketing, what it

takes to successfully
launch a clothing line."
When the focus
switches to her current
band and stage show
she lights up, "I listen
to all kinds of music.
My iPod is stacked
with R&B of course, I
have so much jazz, I
Quene' cont'd on D-4!


By Rych McCain

BET's "Beast and
Beauty Wednesday
Night" debuts on July
12 at 9 p.m. Check
your local listings also
for the the launch of
"Keyshia Cole: The
Way It Is" and "DMX
:Soul Of A Man."
In "Keyshia Cole;

The Way It Is," BET is
granted special access
to Keyshia Cole's very
demanding world.
Throughout the series,
viewers are given a pri-
vate tour of her old
neighborhood in
Oakland as she discuss-
es up-close and person-
Sal some of the trials and
tribulations of her diffi-
cult childhood. For the

first time, Keyshia will
reveal intimate details
of her upbringing that
have been the inspira-
tion behind her multi-
platinum successes: the
father she may or may
not have known, the
personal demons that
have plagued her moth-
er, the series of events
that ripped her family
apart and the source of

strength that has driv-
en Keyshia to become
what she is today.
In reality series
"DMX: Soul Of A
Man," cameras take
viewers into the heart
and mind of one of
Whassup continued on D-8
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PBS _' 8 5 Read Rainbow Big Comfy Bob the Builder Clllord's-Days Dragon Tales Fetchl With Arthur it it'i M aya & Miguel Cyberchase Capitol Update New Florida i6 Week-Review
TBN 59 13 59 McClendon Reading-Way Rod Parsley I'. Cenlral Messg Jame3 Merrirt New Life David Jeieniah Kennelh Hagin Ed Young Sr. The Coral Ridge Hour CC)
WB 17 9 7 Midnight Cry Paid Program florlh Jacksonville Bapiist Bcliever V'oic Jes-e Duplantis Firsi Baptist Animal Alias Paid Program Paid Program Ultimate Choice Ultimale Choice
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PBS iT- 8 5 Globe Trekker a- Jean-Michel Cousleau Nature K~ilers in E.J.-n Mystery! iri i-CC; IiDV'i Ballroom Chall American Experience 0
TBN I.5i 13 59 Jakes Meyer By Force Hayford Joel Osteen IAuthority Believers lChanging Praise the Lord (CC)
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love jazz. I like Brazilian and Spanish
music. I love rock & roll, soft rock and
pop. I like a little bit of rap but I don't
listen to too much rap because I'm into
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for ever. My great grandchildren will
be listening to my songs because they
have real melodies and well written
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some hip-hop beats."
You can bet that Lewis' products
both on the clothing and accessory
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VH1 in Sierra Leone This Week With Hip-Hop Artists Paul
Wall, Raekwon and Tego Calderon Filming 'Bling: A Planet

VH1 is in Sierra Leone this week with
hip-hop artists Paul Wall, Raekwon (of
Wu Tang Clan), and reggaeton king Tego
Calderon, to begin filming "Bling: A
Planet Rock" (tentative title), a new doc-
umentary under VHl's Rock Docs fran-
chise. The film set to air on VH1 in early
2007 will take a hard-hitting look at the
diamond trade in Sierra Leone, West
Africa, and how bringingg" in the flashy
world of commercial hip-hop played a
role in the country's civil war. The 11-
year war was largely perpetuated by
genocidal rebels and primarily funded
through the illegal trading of conflict or
"blood" diamonds.
Wall, Raekwon and Calderon will
hear first-hand accounts of the atrocities
suffered during this time and the role that
diamonds played as they visit mining
communities and meet with local nmusi-
cians, government officials and children.
Produced by Article 19 Films in associa-

tion with VH1 and the United Nations
Development Program, "Bling: A Planet
Rock," will capture hip-hop's reaction to the
human violations, bring global awareness to
this issue, and educate Americans about how
they can play a role in eradicating the smug-
gling of blood diamonds.



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Grammy Award Winning Ciara to
Headline 2006 VH1 Save The Music
Hamptons Benefit

Multi-platinum selling recording super-
star Ciara will headline the 4th Annual VH1
Save The Music Hampt a-s Benefit present-
ed by Crest Whitestrips Friday, July 28 in
East Hampton, New York.
The event, which will also feature Sony
Urban Music/Columbia Records artist Lyfe
Jennings, is among the most anticipated of
the Hamptons' summer, social calendar and
is expected to raise more than $300,000.
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is
a non-profit organization dedicated to
improving the quality of education in
America's public schools by restoring
music education programs that have been
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Donna Richardson Joyner,
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
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
SDunbar, Lou Myers,
Vanessa Bell Calloway,
Chris Spencer. Two peo-
ple run from the pain of
their broken past. When
they discover each other,
they find themselves at a
crossroad where the only
thing that stands between
them and a second chance
is each other.
*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
*Sat. 7/15,. 8 p.m. -
Bojangles Movie (2001).
with Gregory Hines,
Kimberly Elise, Savion
Glover, Peter Riegert. A
movie about the life of
Bill "Bojangles"
Robinson, the legendary
tap dancer.
*Sun. 7/16, 3 p.m. -
Tangles & Locks -
Special: Behind the
scenes of Washington
D.C.'s Golden Scissors
Black hair show.
*Mon. 7/17, 12 p.m. -
Dead Air Movie (1994)
with Gregory Hines,
Gloria Reuben. A dis-
traught disc jockey
(Hines) seeks out a mys-
tery caller (Farentino)
who may be the killer of
his girlfriend

*Tues. 7/18, 12 p.m. The
Riff Movie (2001) with
Antonio Fargas, Nia
Peeples, Mister Jones, and
Smith. Two old friends
who have been apart for
years are brought back
together; unfortunately it's
by their love for the same
Black Family Channel
Monday Saturday, 5 a.m.
- 8-a.m. & Sunday 5 a:m. -
3 p.m., "M-Power
Ministry" Your daily
dose of power and praise.
Some of the world's most
dynamic ministers bring
forth the word with bold-
ness including Heritage
Christian Center Pastors
James & Teressa White of
8:00 p.m., "Inside
9:00 p.m., "BFC All

9:30 p.m., "Spoken" -
Check out an emerging
generation of the most
prolific poets, spoken
word artists and lyricists.
10:00 p.m., nContrast A
celebrity-focused enter- "
tainment and lifestyle
8 p.m., "Gospel Video
3 p.m., "The Thou$and
Dollar Bee" Fourth and
fifth grade students com-
pete for their chance to
win cash and prizes as
they put their spelling and
grammar skills to the test.
*Mon. 7/17, 8 p.m. -
Gospel Video Countdown
*Mon. 7/17, 10 p.m. -
*Tues. 7/18, 12 p.m. -
Future of Black America
*Tues. 7/18, 9 p.m. BFC
Movie Classic Killer
Diller Movie (2004) A
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Whassup continued from D-1
today's most successful
and notorious hardcore
rap artists to find what
really tugs :at his soul
and inspires his thought
provoking, lyrics.
,Through his inner circle
made up of'his wife
.Tashera, to his business
associates such as his
road manager Ali, to his
Arizona neighbor
named Buddy whom X
feels is the father he's
never had. Viewers will
see the man behind the

A court ordered
bankruptcy-trustee has
taken control of Marion
"Suge" Knight's Death
Row Records sighting
mismanagement of its
accounting practices.
According to the pro-
ceedings, Judge Ellen
Carroll ruled on Friday,
July 7th, that the label's
accounting practices
were in "disarray," after
noting that Knight testi-
fied he hasn't reviewed
financial statements in
almost a decade. The
trustee will take the

assets that are left from
the label, said to be val-
ued between one and
ten million, and convert
them into cash to pay
off creditors. The label
has been estimated to
be over 100 million in
The Brooklyn based
Ernest Jenning Record
Company has signed
three new acts. They
are Saturday Looks
Good To Me, a Detroit
group; Health and
Adam Thorn & The
Top Buttons, both from
Greensboro, North

Carolina. All have new
releases forthcoming
and \\ill go on -tour.
Telstar Records hasjust.
:issued," The Black
Hollies acclaimed
Crimson Reflections
album on vinyl.
I'd love to hear from
you. Hitn e up at feed-
Rych ..

9 p.m. on
NBC Q3 ;'''
Las Vegas:
So how do we-
know she re-.
ally doesn't
have a secret
.d e n t i ty-?
Monica is un-
happy with Danny's decision
to book a comic book conven-
tion at the Montecito when the
conventioneers mistake her'
for a character called Moth-
woman. Sam confronts an old
enemy at a funeral. Mike
(James Lesure) keeps an eye
on a suspected cheater in

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