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BACK TO SCHOOL LUNCH BOX GIVEAWAY AND LIBRARY
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library card and two lucky kids will win brand new bicycles for reading during
the summer After the game, Kids Run the Bases, sponsored by Solantic.


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Jax Has Increase In Catching Criminals


Christopher Brewington
Victim


Wanted


Gino Bennett James Thomas
Suspect Suspect


JACKSONVILLE, FL
-- Jacksonville to date,
has seen 88 homicides
since January 2006 and
many were left unsolved..
However, the surprising
number has placed a great
burden on the Sheriffs
Office and an even larger
scare on the community.
Now it appears the fear in
the community, its lead-
ers and the Sheriffts
Department is beginning:'
to pay off as suspects are


John Hall
Suspect
being caught.
It has been one and
one-half year (February
22, 2005). since
Christopher Brewington,
73, Jacksonville's first
black pharmacist was
found bleeding to death,
and unconscious in his
home on Ribault Scenic
Drive. .A bloody hatchet
was found under
Bre% ington's bed as well
as bloody paper towels
and a blood stained jack-


Alan McDonald
Suspect


et. It appears, according
to witness, that he and
JamesThomas, 41, had
been with Brewington
two days earlier, where
they participated in a sex-
ual relationship. DNA
test, that was recently
returned from a state lab,
helped the year long
investigation and Thomas
was arrested.
Many were appalled
on June 20 when it was
known that 48-year-old


Justin Boykins
Suspect


Sandra Winningham's 12-
year-old daughter found
her beaten to death in
their Trout River home.
Her 39-year-old live-
in-partner was arrested
shortly thereafter on
another charge, and even
though it was noted that
the sheriffs office had
been called in several
times regarding domestic
disputes, he was not
arrested for her murder
Criminals continuedon A-7


LEFT FRAME: Tavares J. Watson is wanted for the
murder of Jennifer Gant. RIGHT FRAME:
Christopher O. Bryant is wanted for armed burglary,
aggravated assault and tampering with a witness.


Girl 8-Years-Old


Raped In Day Light

St. Petersburg, Florida police reported that they
ha\e arrested Henry Sengaroun, 18, who they said suf-
fers from mental illness, because he allegedly raped an
8-year-old on the side of a residential street, in broad
daylight. The teen immediately left the area and is said
to be a transient. However, witnesses were able to give
enough information for the officers to locate him. The
girl and her 7-year-old brother were leaving the park,
which is near their home.
The Florida Star will be sponsoring a "Safe Street"
and "Anti-Kidnapping" seminar to help families face
this type of situation, in conjunction with the Gary W.
Belson Special Operations office. The seminar will be
free and open to children and young adults.

Back To School Savings Starts Saturday

Florida's week long sales
tax period starts at 12:01 a.m.
Saturday, July 22 and ends at
midnight on July 30, 2006.
c. During this period, you will
i not be required to pay the six
percent sales tax on clothes up
to $50.00 with no limit on the number of outfits.
Clothes include shoes, outfits and underwear. There is
no tax on school supplies such as pens, pencils, scis-
sors, or other such items under $10.00.
Computer items and books under $50 are also tax
free. Any shopper can get the tax deductions so you
don't have to be a kid or a parent to shop. Go for it and
save!


Study Says Educated Black Women


More Likely To Suffer Abuse


Kameri Christy-McMullin
By: Sherrel Wheeler
SB t .e w a r ti
BlackAmericaweb.com


Black women with col-
lege degrees are more
likely than other women
to suffer emotional, phys-
ical or sexual or other
abuse, according to a new
study front a University
of Arkansas professor.
Black women with a
four-year college degree
or more were 145 times
more likely to experience
abuse than women with


less than a high school
education, according to
the study by sociology
professor Kameri Christy-
McMullin.
Household income,
employment in something
other than a professional
or service job, and home-
ownership were all very
strong predictors of emo-
tional abuse, the report
stated.


"Some women are in
abusive situations and
would like to leave, but
they are stuck economi-
cally," Christy-McMullin
t o 1 d
BlackAmericaWeb.com.
"Others feel that they
will have family or com-
munity support if they
leave."

Abuse continued on A-7


President Bush Finally Attends NAACP Convention


President Bush, addressing the NAACP after skipping
its convention for five years, said he knows racism
exists in America and that many black voters distrust his
Republican Party. He pledged to improve that relation-
ship and work with the NAACP to achieve common.
goals.


WASHINGTON-,
President Bush, address-
ing the NAACP after
skipping its convention
for five years, said
Thursday he knows
racism exists in America
and that many black vot-
ers distrust his
Republican Party.
Bush lamented the
GOP's rocky relations
with blacks. He pledged
to improve that relation-
ship and work with the
NAACP's new leader to
achieve common goals.
"I' understand that
racism still lingers in


America," Bush told more
than 2,200 people at the
National Association for
the Advancement of
Colored People's annual

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A Summer School for the Faithful

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


In many religious congre-
gations, summer is a tradition-
al time for hosting a Vacation
Bible School, and every year
children from the congrega-
tion and community look for-
ward to these traditional weeks
of sharing fellowship, faith,
and fun. Every July for the
past 12 years, the Children's
Defense Fund's Haley Farm in
Clinton, Tenn., near
Knoxville, has hosted its own
kind of summer school for
faithful adults who work with
and for children: our Samuel
DeWitt Proctor Institute for
Child Advocacy Ministry.
The Proctor Institute is
similar to the summer sessions
offered at many seminaries,
but it provides something too
few seminaries do: theologi-
cal, biblical, and practical
grounding on child advocacy
as a ministry of the church.
Here, religious leaders, semi-
narians, Christian educators,
and other faith-based advo-
cates for children come togeth-
er for five days of spiritual
renewal, networking, move-
ment building workshops, and
continuing education about
children's needs.
Haley Farm is the spiritual,
intellectual, and leadership
development home for the
21st century children's mo0e-
ment. Those who gather for
the Proctor Institute have the
chance to explore how their
faith relates to justice and chil-
dren: hear inspiring preaching


about children's concerns;
gain accurate, up-to-date
information on children's
needs; and participate in work-
shops to acquire new skills,
best practices, and strategies to
implement programs to help
children and strengthen fami-
lies in their own congregations
and communities.
All of this takes place in an
idyllic setting, on the
Tennessee farm that once
belonged to Roots author Alex
Haley. The rustic cabins that
Haley and his friends and fam-
ily used are still there, and they
have been joined by beautiful
additions like the Langston
Hughes Library and the
Riggio-Lynch Chapel, both
designed by Maya Lin. The
Chapel's simple, soaring shape
evokes the ark of protection,
the fishermen's boats that fig-
ured in Jesus' ministry, and the
small boat drawn by seven-
year-old Maria Cot6 featured
in the Children's Defense
Fund's logo.
People come to the Proctor
Institute prepared to worship,
fellowship, learn, and be
equipped and inspired, for
action when they return home.
Our sessions this year will
include morning devotions led
by the Re s. Otis Moss. Jr. and
Otis Moss III: Bible studies by
Rev. Fred Craddock; plenary
discussions on urgent chil-
dren's concerns; and %work-
shops on everything from how
congregations can provide tax


clinics for low-income fami-
lies to how congregations can
work to reduce violence in
their communities. Many of
this year's workshops focus on
two special emphases: how
people of faith can build a
united voice to ensure every
uninsured child health care,
and how we can work together
to stop the Cradle to Prison
Pipeline crisis that is destroy-
ing the hopes and futures of so
many poor and minority chil-
dren.
Other workshops ill help.
participants learn how their
congregations can work with
CDF to sponsor Children's
Defense Fund' Freedom
Schools sites and provide pos-
itive alternatives for children
during summer and after-
school hours, or how they can
use our resources to plan
National Observance of
Children's Sabbaths activities
in their congregations and
communities. Throughout the
week, several hundred young
leaders from CDF's youth
development networks will
also be attending a Young
Adult Leaders Training. They
will participate in the Proctor
plenaries. and give partici-
pants a chance to hear their
perspective about the break-
down of parental and elder
responsibility for children and
how they believe adults and
faith communities can better
fulfill their responsibilities to
the next generation. Noted his-
torian Howard Zinn and Rub)
Bridges. \vho at age six deseg-
regated the New Orleans pub-
lic schools, will be among the
speakers at the young leaders'
training.


A highlight of each year's
Proctor Institute is our Great
Preachers Series, where each
night a different minister
offers a prophetic word about
how we can faithfully serve
children. This year's preachers
include the Rev. Joanna
Adams, the senior pastor of
Morningside Presbyterian
Church in Atlanta; the. Rev.
William S. Epps, senior pastor
of Second Baptist Church in
Los Angeles; the Rev. James
Forbes, Jr., senior minister of
the Riverside Church in New
York City; and the Rev. Eileen
W. Lindner, Deputy General
Secretary for Research and
Planning at the National
Council of Churches USA,
who is concluding her three-
month service at Haley as the
Riggio-Lynch Chapel's inau-
gural Dean.
The people of faith who
join us each year at the Proctor
Institute may come tired,
depleted. or even discouraged
by the challenges of so many
competing needs in their con-
gregations, their communities,
and our country and world.
But they leave' renewed and
restored, with the words,of
great preachers and singing
ringing in their ears; with new
hope and inspiration, new pas-
sion and commitment -brim-
ming in their hearts; and with a
new sense that they are not
alone in their struggle to real-
ize God's justice and right-
eousness for America's chil-
dren.


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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-
ANNIVERSARY- Greater New Hope A.M.E. Churrch will
celebrate its 115th Anniversary July 26-28, at 7:00 p.m. and
Saturday, July 30 at 4:00 p.m. "Down Through The Ages...
Standing in Awe of God" is the theme. The opening service
on July 26 will be "Ladies Night Out...Double Power
Praise". The church is located at 2708 Davis St. Sis.
Shirley Harris and Bro. Elijah Brooks, Chairpersons. Rev.
Mary F. Davis, Pastor.
THE FOUR BROTHERS- Southside Church Of God In
Christ presents The Four Brothers--Bishop Edward
Robinson, Sr., Superintendent Willie Frank Robinson,
Deacon George Robinson and Bro. Harod Robinson--on
Friday, July 28, at 7:30 p.m. The church is located at 2179
Emerson St.
MEMORIAL RECOGNITION SERVICE-The New
Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church family invites you to
join them as they honor their deceased members. The fourth
annual memorial, "In Remembrance of You", will take place
during the 11:00 a.m. worship on Sunday, August 20. Do
you wish to hondr a deceased member of the New
Bethlehem family, a friend or loved one? Don't put it off!
For details or additional information, please contact
Rosemary Thornton at 765-7732. The church is located at
1824 Prospect St., Rev Eric Lee, Pastor, Rev Joe Calhoun,
Pastor Emeritus.
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 subject. 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 Prinitive 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
Goini' 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 \ill kickoff events on July
22. The Oak's Youth Back To School Concert \\ill 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 Nliami, Fla. is the Guest Speaker. The church is
located at 1025 Jessie St. Rev. Torin T. Dailev. Pastor. Call
Ms. Campbell at 708-4776. Rev. John Devoe. Jr., Pastor.
PRISON FELLOWSHIP MIINISTRIES-Prison
Fellowship Ministries Jacksonville-Duval County President
Sam Roberts is seeking donations of school supplies for
children of prisoners to be given away August 5, 2006.
Donations may be left at Second Baptist Church, 954 Kings
Rd. (at State Stieet 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 \\ill 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
SChurch (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
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Love, Pastors). The event kicks off with conference activi- T e Church Directory
ties at participating churches For the conference schedule "Come ad W p Wh
and other information call (904) 696-1770.Come and Worship ith Us
'Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
submissions preferred. Send to: 1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
info@thefloridastar.com


West Union Missionary Baptist Church
Presents DeLores Oressley Of Ohio

"Clean Out. The Closets
Of Your Life" is the theme
Sfor a special program being
hosted by West Union
Missionary Baptit Church
on July 30, 5:00 p.m.
.' Admission is free.
The speaker is DeLores
Pressley of Canton, Ohio.
Pressley is a motivational
., expert speaker on the top-
I .. ics of communication,
,; L-al empowerment, leadership,
Sand image.
A A, She is the host of the
"Born Successful Television" on Warner Cable Canton
City School Channel 1,1 in Canton. Ohio where she car-
ries her message of matering motivation, inspiration
and success.
Pressley has been featured in Glamour. Essence,
Ebony and Marie Claire Magazines.
She is the author of
"Clean Out The Closets Of DE A
Your Life" and co-author
of "Advanced Revelations NO TIC ES
To Plus Modeling".
Pressley has appeared
as a success expert on ALSTON-Helen Bradley,
died July 8, 2006.
national television de J .
tiol tvisio ANDERSON, Mae F., died
including, OPRAH and July 0 2006.
Entertainment Tonight. BERRY, Myrle L., 75, died
Admission is free. For July 15, 2006.
more information call BRAGG, Beau B., USN,
Lillian Smith at 904/765- died July 8. 2006.\
9783. The church is locat- BROWN. Alponsa. died
ed at 1605 W. Beaver St. JL'I 12. 2006.
Rev. Leroy C. Kelly. CROWDER. Irene E., 66.
died July 7, 2006.
Pastor. FLOWERS. Betty Jean,
died July 14. 2006.
African American GOGGINS. Henry A:, 49,
died July 10, 2006.
Church Leaders -eya -.,
GRAHAlI-Joscelva, Jr.,
Confer To Promote died July 11, 2006.
Strong Families JACKSON, Jerrylia, died
July 12. 2006.
KINSEY. Toney Lee, died
WASHINGTON, D.C, July 16. 2006.
African American clergy KIRKLAND--Annie M.,
and church leaders \\ill died July 14, 2006.
"break the silence" about LISMORE. William,. 89,
the dismal statistics died Jidy 17, 2006.
affecting African McKENZY. Larry M. I1,
American families in an died July 10, 2006
all-da conference o ILLER-Synetress D., 46,
all-day conference on died July 15. 2006.
died July 15,2006.
Monday. August 7. 2006 MIZELL-Lester L.. died
in Cincinnati's Duke July 16. 2006
Energy Conention NIORGAN, James G., died
Center. : July 11, 2006
Recent studies show NIORRISON-Inez. died
that African Americans July 18, 2006.
are more likely to divorce FENDER, Mary F., died
remor yo i'oce July 17, 2006.
than any other racial or JuV 17, 2006.
ethnic group in the U.S. PTTS Lolita died
17, 2006.
and are also more likely POWELL, Rickey, died
to come from single par- July 13, 2006.
ent homes. In addition, PULLINS, Terry, 83, died
African Americans have July 16, 2006
higher rates of health REED-Mildred, died July
problems ,than other 17,2006.
groups. RICHARDSON, Cornell,
While these challenges died July 15, 2006.
seem difficult to oyer- SHAW, Margaret, died July
12, 2006.
come, the National
come, the National SOLOMON, Viola, died
Council of Churches USA July 12, 2006.
and the Progressive STRAUSS, Rita, died July
National Baptist 15,.2006.
Convention Women's SUITER, Emile, 81, died
Department have joined July 15, 2006, Alphonso
together to sponsor West Mortuary.
"African American TAYLOR, Charmaine C.,
Congregations: Breaking died July 11, 2006.
the Silence for the Good Id July 11,2006.
died July 11, 2006.
of All-Families," an ecu- WATSON, Vernon, died
medical leadership con- July 12, 2006.
ference focused on the WILLIAMS, Willie C., 63,
role of African American died July 13, 2006.
congregations in promot- WILSON, Rosa, died July
ing strong families and 12, 2006.
healthy marriages.


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


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Sunday
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Wednesday
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Friday
Joy Explosion Ministry 1 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.
y Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
S (Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
outhl Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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

MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville Florida 32206 ,
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor ,
Telephone. (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Chr,oi didJ tlurt,,r b s. .ta bnriJ and Rosi" Jiteam fse' I Corinthians i1. i-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Sr ice .. ... .... S 30 a m.
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ornomi\\orship I 003 m
Eening \\orhp ....... .. .6 31) p.m
\Vednesda.d & Frnda Nighr Ser. ice ......... 730 p m
Sarurda,, Prison Outrech I 00 p.m
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GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
'The Church Nhere trer'body 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 1904) 359-0661 Home (904) 358-8932 Cell 710-1586
Sunday. School....... .. ...... ............ ... ... 9.30 a.m
Morning Worship .. .. .... ...11:00 a.m.
Tuesday..... ... Praser Meering & Bible Smud,7:00 p.m.
Thuridad ................... .............. .Jo Night.7.00 p.m
"Email: Gospel75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbelhel.org


Jennifer Witt, a bereaved
parent who has multiple roles
in support groups, makes the
following suggestions for
friends and family of bereaved
parents:Don't be afraid to talk
about the loss of the child.
Parents. need time to express
their grief and speak of their
memories.
Allow them their time to
grieve. It is not up to others to
denote the proper time to get
on \ith life. Please be gentle
and offer an ear or shoulder.
,. .You do not always need to
say something. Sometimes the
greatest support comes in
prayers, meals, cards, listening
ears.andhugs.


Don't forget to continue to
make contact with the family
after the funeral. So often
families are left on their own
after the initial bereavement
period.
Make a donation in the
child's name to the local chil-
dren's hospital or charity of
choice by the family. It is a
beautiful way of keeping the
memory of the child.
Above all, show your sup-
port of us in whatever way
you feel comfortable. This is
what we need
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Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but
leave it to the wrath of God, for it is
written, "Vengeance is mine, I will
repay, says the Lord." To the contrary,
"if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if
he is thirsty, give him something to
drink; for by so doing you will heap
burning coals on his head." Do not be
overcome by evil, but overcome evil
with good.


Romans 12:19-21


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FLORIDA STAR


.JTLY'22. 2006


Photos by J. Carl Davis, Sr


"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"


Stanton High School's Class of 1933, Vol. 73
Each year the children of members of the Stanton
High School Class of 1933 sponsor a class reunion for
their parents. This being the 73rd Year Class Reunion
for the class as they have for several years now, they
traveled to American Beach to enjoy themselves at the
oceanfront home of Michael and Mrs. Marsha Phelts.
Classmates who were able to travel to enjoy this annu-
al celebration on Historic American Beach included:
Mrs. Bevelyn Washington Demps, Mrs. Maudell
Hamilton Storey, Mrs. Lois Brown Scott, Class
President and Mrs. Eva Cobb Lamar, mother of class
hostess Mrs. Marsha Dean Phelts.
Mrs. Phelts reports that, "Class members played
card games and ate throughout the day from the menu
prepared and served by their children. They raved over
every dish for they were truly delicious, Sensational
Seafood Salad, Broccoli Casserole served piping hot,
Honey Baked Ham, Shrimp Creole laddled over Royal
Basmati Rice, Andrew Coleman, III's Corn Bread
Fritter Casserole, Iced Tea and Ice Cream Sherbet with
Pound Cake.
Children, relatives and friends attending were
Furman Adams, John and Mrs. Barbara Demps, Jr.,
along with their granddaughter Christina, Julius and
Mrs. Mercell Demps, Sr., along with their son Dr.
Julius Demps, Jr. and grandson Julius, III, Mrs. Cora
Royal Hackley, and Rita Jackson.
The Class of 1933 sang the Birthday Song to
Florida Star Photographer J. Carl Davis. They were
honored that Davis chose to spend the first part of his
birthday taking pictures of their grand reunion and cel-
ebration."

******** (

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
GAMMA RHO OMEGA SUMMER CAMP 2006
The members of Gamma Rho Omega Chapter,
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority held its' annual Summer
Camp at the AKA Sorority House, 1011 West 8th
Street. The camp was open to children, ages 6-13, and
enrolled 53 children for the two-week session.
Students were primarily recruited from the schools
which were served by the Chapter's IVY READING
AKADEMY (Longbranch, Sallye B. Mathis, and
Highlands Elementary) and students from many differ-
ent schools. The campers were inspired with creativity
by sorority members and community volunteers who
gave of their time and talent for this splendid experi-
ence.
Self-esteem workshops were conducted. Reading,
Mathematics, and FCAT Prep skills were emphasized
in daily sessions. Ms. Myra Morrison conducted eti-
quette sessions for the campers and the campers pub-
lished a Newsletter under the direction of computer
instructor volunteer Mrs. Cezanne Cody. And of
course no summer camp experience would be complete
without creating very useful arts and crafts projects
under the direction of Mrs. Joan Spaulding. An added
treat was being able to carry their arts and crafts cre-
ations home on a daily basis.
Campers earned "AKA dollars" daily for attendance,
good.behavior, class participation and resourcefulness.
These dollars allowed them to shop in the "AKA BOU-
TIQUE" ON Fridays. The Shopping bags provided by
the Health Committee made the shopping experience
much easier.
Campers took a "Police Escorted" walk to the neigh-
borhood McDonald's, where they were treated to lunch
by the manager, 'Ms. Jackie'. A tour of The City Hall
enabled the campers to see how local government
works. While at City Hall they visited the City Council
Chamber, the Mayor's office and Press Room, and The
Councilperson's offices. A visit to the Downtown
Library was a highlight for the children. The younger
campers were treated to Story Time, while the older
campers were adventurous in ,the Teen Area. The
campers had lunch in the beautiful courtyard of the
Library.
Well-balanced hot breakfast and lunch each day was
catered by Codee's Events owned by Ms. Tonya
Austin. These campers and staff were very well fed,
and used their skills learned in the etiquette class at
each meal.
A highlight of this year's camp was the use of teen
volunteers to assist the teachers. The high schoolers
earned community service hours that can be used


The terrific foursome of Stanton High School's Class of 1933
Mesdames Eva Cobb Lamar, Maudell Hamilton Storey, Lois Brown
Scott, class president and Bevelyn Washington Demps.

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Mesdames Eva Cobb Lamar and Maudell Hamilton Storey share a
special moment during their 73rd Class Reunion.


Gamma Rho Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Summer campers 2006. Photo courtesy of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


toward graduation and are helpful additions on college
applications. These students were so resourceful that
they formed a group to assist the Sorority and the com-
munity. They will be known as Gamma Rho Omega's
BRATS (Brilliant, Responsible, Alert, Talented,
Scholars.) These are young people who are willing to
serve.
On the closing day of camp A "Play Day" was
planned by the BRATS. Game stations were planned
and manned by the Teen Volunteers; there was also a
visit from the Jaquar Catmobile which provided free ice
cream and Jaquar Paraphernalia to the campers.
Kudos to the magnificent Education Committee is
chaired by Mrs. Sandra Thompson. Assisting in the
camp were: Gamma Rho Omega members: Mesdames
Joan' Spaulding, Betty Howard, Mary Madison, Ada
Standford, Naomi Briggs, Nelloweze Bell, Loretta
Coppock, Saundra Brown, Myra Morrison, Patricia
McGriff, and Pat Sims; Pi Eta Omega member Ms.
Vera Sandifer; New Iota members: Mses. Phyllis
Murray, Toran Lott and Amy Williams. Community
volunteers assisting were: Ms. Cezanne Cody,
Yuwanga Thornton, Nikki Wright, and Chanda
Rollins. Ms. Beverly Shields is the chapter president.
*********
Correction: Mrs. Wanda Donaldson Mitchell's
name was, incorrect in the A-1 New Stanton High
School Class of 1956 Reunion Photo.

********
From The Class of 1951

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



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Gamma Rho Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority member
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More than two dozen
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and President of Tampa-
based Capital Realty
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clearly at our launch that
each Riverwalk has had
unique experiences from
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which encompasses 2.5
miles along both sides of the
St. John's River and is even-
tually expected to double in
size to five miles. The tour
will be followed by open
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Jacksonville has a well
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Jacksonville Historical
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the Times-Union Center for
the Performing Arts, along
with parks, over 5,000 resi-
dential units (proposed),
hotels, shops, marinas and
more.
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Riverwalk eventually dou-
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NAACP Leaders Take HIV Test,
Call For National Black AIDS Mobilization
On June 5, 2006, NAACP President and CEO, Bruce S.
Gordon joined with other leaders, ,
activists, and celebrities from the
African American community in a :
national press conference sponsored
by BET and the Black AIDS Institute
to announce the launch of a national
Black AIDS mobilization to re-ignite
efforts around awareness, prevention,
research, medical treatment and the
pursuit of a cure and further solidify Bruce Gordon
the Association's commitment to bat-
tling the disease. The AIDS epidemic in Black America can
only be stopped by developing a national mass Black
response to the disease.
For the first time at the Annual NAACP convention, HIV
testing, counseling and referral services will be available as
a part of the NAACP Health Fair. NAACP chairman Julian
Bond and Bruce Gordon, NAACP President and CEO both
took an HIV Test to raise awareness about the importance of
HIV testing and counseling.
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NUL Leader To Conduct Wreath-Laying Ceremony
National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial
will kick off the 2006 annual conference on Wednesday July
26 with a wreath-laying ceremony at the gravesites of Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., and Coretta Scott King before his
annual keynote address at the historic Ebenezer Baptist
Church. The ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. preceding the
keynote address at 6 p.m.The league's 96th annual confer-
ence runs from July 26 through July 29 at the Georgia World
Congress Center.


Condistas' Push Rice For President In '08


COLUMBUS, Ohio The names are varied Team Condi, Rice for
America, Condistas yet the goal is the same: Elect Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice president in 2008.
A disparate group of Internet gurus, political junkies and foes of
Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is pushing a Rice candidacy
even though President Bush's top diplomat has said repeatedly that she
has no desire to be president.
But the Republican also has declined invitations to rule out a bid in 2008,
spoken about the likelihood of a minority winning the White House in her life-
time and taken steps to soften her image words and deeds that have provid-
ed a glimmer of hope to her fans.
Mick Wright, a webmaster in Memphis, Tenn., is one of more than a dozen
people who registered draft-Rice Web sites in the year after Bush was re-elect-


"Once that was all over, you started thinking, what's going to happen in the
.. next, election?" said Wright, a co-founder of http://www.condipundit.com.
"The first one to come to mind as a viable candidate was Condoleezza Rice."
Similar Web sites have cropped up in widely diverse cities, including
S l Seattle; West Sand Lake, N.Y.; Magna, Utah; and Cedarville, Ohio. They are
promoting Rice's credentials, soliciting donations and marketing T-shirts, bob-
blehead dolls and "I Like Rice" buttons.
The Miami-based Americans for Dr. Rice political action committee has
established chapters in critical states, including Ohio and Florida. A second
Condoleezza Rice PAC, Rice for America, emerged in Greensboro, N.C., last July though nei-
ther has yet reported any income or spending to the Federal Election
Commission.Backers like Rice for her intelligence, poise, self-reliance, values and ability to carry on Bush's international
agenda. Recent polls show Rice more popular than other top members of the Bush administration: Almost six in 10 hold a
favorable view of her compared with ratings in the 30s for Bush, Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld.
If Rice won, she would be the nation's first black president and its first female president.While Rice's views on foreign
policy are well-known, her positions on domestic issues are not. She has described her stand on abortion as "mildly pro-
choice," putting her at odds with many conservative Republicans whose votes are decisive in the presidential primaries. She
recently avoided taking a stand on banning same-sex marriage, saying Americans should be sensitive about discussing issues
that touch people's lives.


State Of Crisis Called In The African American Community


There is a public health
crisis among low-income,
poor men and men of color.
In the African American
community, African
American men are suffering.
As we examine the state of
crisis in the African
American community, it is
important to understand the


discriminatory impact of
social welfare legislation in
the devaluation and stigma-
tization of the African
American male, which has
left the indelible mark that
we see today.
The statistics speak for
themselves:
-- Of the nearly 2.2 mil-


lion incarcerated in 2005,
548,300 were African
American males between
the ages of 20 to 39 (Bureau
of Justice Statistics).
-- The incarceration rates
for all African American
males were 5 to 7 times
greater than those for white
males (Bureau of Justice


Statistics).
-- Thirteen percent of
African American men have
lost the right to vote (The
Sentencing Project).
-- Of 72 million children,
children with incarcerated
parents represented approxi-
mately 2 percent of all the
minor children and 7 percent


of all African American chil-
dren (Bureau of Justice
Statistics).
-- The rate of confirmed
AIDS among the prison
population was 3 times
higher than the U.S. general
population (Bureaiu of
Justice Statistics). As the
Medicaid Commission


moves forward and develops
their recommendations, we
must not forget the plight of
our men. This is the oppor-
tunityto assert political will,
to correct past wrongs and to
create fohrard thinking pub-
lic policy that includes all
Americans but especially
our men of color


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Criminals continued from A-I
until Wednesday.
Four teens were accused of committing home invasion robberies Wednesday.
They were Jamari Fields, 14, Vincent Dobbins, 15, Christopher Powell, 16 and
Michael Blakeney 17. Blakeney was later killed in a shot out when the Lexus they
had stolen during the home invasion spree on Southside Boulevard was spotted.
The teens had invaded homes on West Lantana Lakes Drive, Anniston Road and an
East Jaybird Circle home. The teens had stolen money, cell phones and the Lexus.
The three living teens were charged with felony home invasion robbery.
It had been rumored that crimes committed on the Northside would not be pur-
sued by the Sheriffs office, because the Sheriff did not wish to face lawsuits.
Hopefully, with the crimes getting solved, neighbors, friends and organizations get-
ting fed up, the rumors will cease and law enforcement can get their jobs done.
In Clay County, Patrick Armand, 16, was arrested for a number of home break-
ins, burglaries and car thefts. The series started about four months ago when the 16-
year-old moved to the neighborhood from Miami. He has been charged with grand
theft auto, multiple counts of burglary to an occupied dwelling, burglary to an auto,
fleeing, attempting to elude a police officer and reckless driving.
Also arrested was John Hall, Jr. and Allen McDonald for armed robbery and
Justin Boykins when he fired into a crowd following a big fight.
Abuse continued from A-1
The study results support "the backlash theory," the notion that as women take
on roles that have traditionally been held by men, men will resort to abuse as a
means of keeping women in their traditional roles, Christy-McMullin said. She also
said that marital status and age play an important role in understanding the associa-
tions between education, marital status, age and sexual or other abuse.
Christy-McMullin's research is scheduled for publication in the August edition of
the Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work.
The study also looked at abuse in white women and Hispanics. White women
employed in a service industry were more likely to be physically or sexually abused,
while white women who lived in households with higher incomes or who had a col-
lege degree were less likely to be physically abused, the study showed. White
women with some college education and divorced or. separated women were more
likely to be emotionally abused than professional women.
The study does not examine the causes for the abuse or the educational level of
the partners of black women who administer the abuse.
"There are still some women who think they have done something to bring on the
violence. And it wasn't so long ago that in some state's it was not against the law for
a man to rape his wife," Christy-McMullin said.
Carolyn West, author of "Violence and Black Women: Battered Black and Blue,"
said black women who are in abusive relationships too often are silent about their
S problems.
S"In our culture we almost don't talk about the domestic violence," West told
BlackAmericaWeb.com. "That is attributed to a number or reasons, such as the stig-
ma about black families being dysfunctional anyway. And victims are reluctant to
come forward for fear they will reinforce stereotypes or they may have a desire to
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Drug Errors Injuring 1.5 Million People
According to a report released by the Associated Press, all prescriptions will be required
to be electronic by 2010 because more than 1.5 million Americans are injured every year by
drug errors in hospitals, nursing homes and doctor's offices. Therefore a major step is need-
ed to increase patient safety. The report says that on average, a hospitalized patient is sub-
ject to at least one medication error per day.
The probe did not say how many victims of drug errors die. A 1999 estimate put the
number of deaths, conservatively at 7,000 per year.

Senate Passes Voting Rights Act
The Senate voted 98-0 to renew the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act for another quar-
ter-century Thursday, with Democrats joined in praising the once controversial law by
Republicans hoping to improve their party's election-year standing with minority voters.

Don't Want Them To Know You Are Calling?
Disguise Your Voice And Telephone Number
A card has been invented that looks like a regular calling card. It is called a SpoofCard
and can be accessed through a dedicated toll free number where a user enters their pin num-
ber, desired Caller ID and the number they would like to call. The call is then placed instant-
ly without the need to ever be on line or at a computer..
The SpoofCard offer call recording free, the ability to select a male or female voice when
making the call while the caller uses his or her own regular voice. So, who's calling please?

Boy Found In
Chimney After 28
Years
SHe was in a chi-
mney and police
are still trying to fig-
ure if the boy got in
the chimney and
died either of starva-
tion or positional
asphyxiation or if
someone placed him
in the chimney. The
odor of decay did
not exist and the
remains still gave
out a waxy, organic
odor. The remains
were found in South
L.A. by an 11-year-
Robert Thompson old girl who had
climbed on the roof
to retrieve a soccer ball.
When the discovery was published, no one responded to having a missing 14-16 year
old male but one day, after a sketch was made, a cousin of the boy recognized him and real-
ized that his now 78-year-old mother would know if that was her son "Robert" who disap-
peared 28-years ago.
It was, and she was finally able to have a funeral. Ho%%ever, it is still not known ifRobert
was murdered or not so, the investigation continues.


NAACP contnied from .4-1-
Sgathering. "It's a lot easier to change a law thap to'change a human heart. And I
Understand that many African-Americans distrust my political party."
S That line generated boisterous applause and cheers from the audience.,which gen-
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\'ASHINGTON. D.C.
- While overall unemploy-
ment remains stead\ at
4.6"o. the unemplo\ ment
rate among African
American teens increased
by 11%o in the month of
June to the shockingly
high rate of 2".,8:'.,
according to the Labor
Department's June jobs
report.
Tis bleak employ-
ment outlook for young
African Americans threat-
ens to become much ,orse
as lawmakers return to the
Capitol and again take up
the debate to raise the min-
imum \wage to "'.25 an
hour. according to the
Employment Policies
Institute.
While overall teenage
unemployment continues
to hoxer around 150o.
African American teen
unemployment remains
more than six times the
national rate.
This translates into
about 244,000 African
American teenagers
actively seeking employ-
ment who are finding it
difficult to secure a job.
Decades of economic
research conclude that
mandated \\age hikes
eliminate entry-level jobs.
putting particular pressure
on minorities and the lo\w
skilled.
A Corell University
study found that black
young adults typically
bear almost four times the
employment loss of their
non-black counterparts
after a minimum \\age
increase. Specifically the\
found that a 10"o increase


in the minimum \\age \\ill
result in aln .5o decrease
in emplomnlent for black
young adults and
teenagers.
"Raising the minimum
\\age is going to make it
e\en harder for young
African Americans to get
their foot in the door and
start gaining lifelong skills
that \\ill help them up the
ladder of success." said


Mlichael Flyru. Director of
Legislative Affairs for the
Employ ment Policies
Institute.
Gate\' ayl obs.com. a
\ebsite focusing on the
crisis in entr\-level
employment, provides
regularly updated statistics
detailing the employment
market for entry-level
employees and vital
information about a host


of government assis-
tance programs
designed to promote
employment and eco-
nomic success.
The Employment
Policies Institute is a
nonprofit research
organization dedicated
to studying public poli-
cy issues surrounding
entry-lev el employ-
ment.


Young Teens Need Calcium


At Back-To-School Time


(NAPSI -Young peo-
pie. especially\ those in
the critical bone-building
tim e bestw een the ages of
S1 and 15. need 1.300 mg
.rt of calcium ever day-at
4. least three cups of lo,,-fat
or fat-free milk, in addl-
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Sfo ods. advises the
National Institutes of
Health (NIH(.
S The start of the school
,,ear is the perfect time to
help rKxeens (ages 9-12) and teens (ages 13-19) start this healthy eating habit.
"T\veens and teens need almost twice as much calcium as younger children
because this is \\hen bones are grow ng their fastest." advises Dr. Duane Alexander.
Director of the National Instinrute of Child Health and Human Development
(NICHD) at the NIH.

The NICHD suggests:
1. Keep calcium-rich snacks on hand. such as low\-fat or fat-free string cheese.
2. If vour kids don't or can't drink milk. serve calclulnm-fortified soy beverages or
orange juice \\ ith added calcium. Flavored lo\\-fat or fat-free milk also has as much
calcium as plain.
3. Fresh or cooked broccoli is calcium-rich.
4. T-r low-fat or fat-free milk or yogurt smoothies for breakfast or as an after-
school snack.
The NICHD has developed some helpful resources for parents, available at
hrrp: w\\uwnicd.ichd.n.go milk or by calling 1-800-3'0-2943.
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P q two Lou was nominated for include "Best Live
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"Most Original Male Solo Artist."
"Obviously, the nominations are a trib-
S, ute to my fans. I don't do this for awards. I
S. do this for the love of the game," said Big
Lou when notified of his nomination. And
he certainly is right. Big Lou boasts over
22,000 fans on MySpace and countless
Si. others on the streets of Camden,
Philadelphia and New York. "I hate- to
Sound cliche, but the man has a serious
buzz. People don't just hear his music,
they're feeling it," said Big Lou's manager
Frank Urban. That may be an understate-
i ment considering that in just over 7
months, Big Lou has become the number 1
it ranked Independent Artist on MySpace in
t he Rap, Hip Hop, and Freestyle categories
i for the entire state of New Jersey.

Ow the streets, the rest is gravy. There's a lot of
people out there who believe in what I represent. I am their voice. These awards aren't a badge of honor. They just open doors and create a bigger
platform for me to spread my- gospel. The way I see it is, if I win then real Hip Hop wins," adds Big Lou. For more Info on Big Lou go to:
www.myspace.com/LostCityBoyz

About Big Lou:

I guess it's impressive enough to mention that Big Lou has performed or opened for Peedi Crack, Mobb Deep, Styles P, D-Block, Papoose, Remy
Ma, Posta Boy, Jae Millz, Joell Ortiz and tons of other artists. But what's more impressive is how it all started. Big Lou (aka) The Spanish Frank
White was born in Camden, N.J. (The Worst City in America); he was raised by a single mother (Maria Rodriquez) and grew up with 4 brothers
and 3 sisters. At the age of 14 Big Lou started growing fond of music. He began writing songs on the struggles of his hood. By the time his music
career could blossom he became a product of the streets. Big Lou started selling drugs and became prone to jail, or losing his life. Although Big
Lou was living the fast life, he never lost his love for music.
Big Lou was determined to make a better way and started investing his dirty money into buying studio equipment. Little by little Big Lou spent
more time in the studio than the streets. After successfully finishing his first Independent album Big Lou gave up the street life and focused on sell-
ing his music. Amazingly Big Lou sold 3,500 units in a city that's only 8 square miles, creating a buzz that traveled to Philly and parts of Jersey
City fast. As his success kept growing he eventually would start his own Independent label called LOST CITY RECORDS. He began booking his
own shows and opened up for acts such as Freeway, Ms Jade, Fat Joe, MobbDeep, KRS One, Mista Cheeks, and The Lox. He also blew crowds
away at over 10 Spanish Day Parades and had Latins comparing him to the great late Big Pun. Taking it a step further he invested his CD money
into doing a charity event for the local schools in his neighborhood which he called LOST CITY 4 the KIDS. Big Lou is a warrior that deserves to
be heard by the world, a Latin MC that one day could be compared to the elite rappers of Hip Hop.

About the Underground Music Awards:

Urban Threshold Enterprises is proud to announce that the 4th Annual Underground Music Awards will be held Sunday, August 20, 2006 at the
world renowned BB King Blues Club in Times Square in NYC. This is the premier award show for the underground music community. The breath-
taking main space of BB King's is classical in form and spirit: two-tiered, horseshoe-shaped seating (booths & tables) centered around a 30-foot
stage presents up close and personal views of all performances. The 40-foot bar is a haven for the reserved listener. The atmosphere is enhanced
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JTA Hires New Chief Financial Officer


Margo Smith


JACK-
SONVILLE -
The Jacksonville
Transportation
Authority (JTA)
has named Margo
Smith as its new
Chief Financial
Officer (CFO).
Smith comes to
JTA from Atlanta
where she spent
six years at Delta
Airlines, most
recently as
Director of
International
Finance and
Accounting.
"Margo
Smith will be a


great asset to the Authority," said Michael J. Blaylock,
Executive Director/CEO. "She brings a wealth of experi-
ence, energy and motivation to this position. We are very
pleased to have her here at JTA."
Smith says she appreciates the opportunity and is excited
by the new challenge of working for a government agency.
"This will be my first position with a government agency,
but I've always been open to learning new things. I think
Michael Blaylock and the staff here at JTA have an excellent
vision of the future and I hope to have an impact on our
expanding regionalism," Smith explained.
As CFO, Smith will oversee, not only the Authority


finances, but also its technology services.
"I want to help us [JTA] utilize the latest technological
advances to become as productive and efficient as possible,"
added Smith.
Prior to working for Delta, Smith spent eight years at
United Distillers and Vintners of North America, holding
several different director positions for the company. Smith
has also held positions with Pitney Bowes, Knight-Ridder
and Ernst & Young. Smith is a graduate of Florida A&M
University where she received a Bachelor's degree in
Accounting. She earned a Master' degree in Taxation at
Florida International University.


DCSD Leadership Team Receives


Master Board Recognition


SThe leadership team of
Duval County School
District has been recognized


as a Master Board. The dis-
tinction was made during
the Annual Spring


Community Hospice Announces Establishments

Of Living Through Giving Scholarship Program


Jacksonville, FL Community Hospice of Northeast
Florida is pleased toannounce the establishment of the
Living Through Giving Scholarship Program.
The scholarship has been established for students who
have had an experience with hospice and/or a loss in their
immediate family. Onescholarship will be awarded in each
of the following four (4)categories:.
Liberal Arts A student matriculating at Edwards
Waters College
Health care A student in the nursing program at
Florida Community College at Jacksonville
Arts A student attending Douglas Anderson or the
LaVilla School of the Arts
*Higher Education A high school senior who has partic-
ipated in Community Hospice's Camp Healing Powers, a
camp for grieving children conducted by Community
Hospice
Eligible students must reside in Community Hospice's
five-county service area Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau or St.
Johns counties and must be
African American. A completed application, official tran-
script and letter of recommendation must be postmarked no
later than Friday, August 18, and submitted to: Community
Hospice of Northeast Florida
Attention: Marietta LeBlanc
4266 Sunbeam Road
Jacksonville, FL 32257
Living Through Giving scholarship applications are
available on the Community Hospice website at www.com-
munityhospice.com;
or by calling Marietta LeBlanc at 904.407.6176.
Each scholarship will be in the amount of $1,000 and
awarded for one year only. Winning applicants will be noti-
fied by August 31, 2006.


The presentation of scholarships will take place during
the Living Through Giving Gala, Saturday, September 9,
2006, at the Ritz Theatre & LaVilla Museum, 829 North
Davis Street, in downtown Jacksonville.
"Community Hospice is committed to serving all mem-
bers of our community and to being a good community stew-
ard. We would like to help repay the generosity the commu-
nity has shown to us by offering these scholarships for
minority students who want to continue their education. We
are confident that this investment will bear good fruit and
help talented young people move toward being the good
community stewards and leadersof the future," said Susan
Ponder-Stansel, president and CEO of Community Hospice.
Established in 1979 as the first hospice program in north-
east Florida, Community Hospice of Northeast Florida pro-
vides compassionate care to nearlyl,000 patients daily in
Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties, through
the support of more than 700 employees and 1,100 volun-
teers.
The nonprofit organization has served more than 38,000
children and adults-at home, in long-term care facilities, hos-
pitals and through its two inpatient facilities in Jacksonville.
Community Hospice Foundation generates philanthropic
and community support for unfunded'and under-funded pro-
grams, including indigent hospice care, programs and serv-
ices through the Charles M. Neviaser Educational Institute,
and Community PedsCare, a pediatric palliative and hospice
program. Care is available to all patients who need it, regard-
less of their ability to pay.

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sponsored by the Florida
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Members of the leader-
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Dear Deanna!
M\ friend and I traveled on actionn together When i\e got to
our destination, she claimed she lost her \ allet and didn't hae
any money I didn't mind financiallN supporting her on the trip.
When the trip %\as o\er and w\e \%ere back home. she bought a
new car. I asked for some of the money back and she refused. Her
contact numbers have been changed and she's ignoring me. What should I do about this?

Sharisse (Toledo, OH)

Dear Sharisse:
Your friend used you like toilet paper and kicked you to the curb. The moment you real-
ized her funds were low, you should've put her on a bus and sent her packing. Some of the
blame for this is on you because if this was your friend, you knew in advance of her capabil-
ities. You've lost your money, but hopefully you'll gain some wisdom. In the future, mind
you dollars and sense and don't fall prisoner to someone else's debt.

!!******************
Dear Deanna!
I had an office relationship with my supervisor. After being together for almost eight
months, I later learned that he was engaged to be married. I'm very hurt and upset and find
myself trying to get even with him for deceiving me. I confronted him with the information
and he laughed in my face and acted as if this was no big deal. I feel humiliated and want to
know if it's wrong to let his fiance know her future husband is a cheater?

Hurt on the Job (Glen Burney, MD)

Dear Hurt:
You shouldn't poop in the place that feeds you. The office isn't a playground for lovers
and you should be focused on work instead of getting your groove on. You and the supervi-
sor are equally wrong. Decide if you value your job or your pride more. If you can put this
in the past, learn from the mistake and continue to excel in your duties. If you're immature
then leave before causing problems for yourself and others by trying to get even.

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Dear Deanna!
I've been engaged for almost three years and I'm ready to get married or call it quits. My
fiance keeps using his job as an excuse or he says he wants to save money for the wedding.
We don't have any kids and our finances are stable. I'm beginning to feel as if he doesn't
want to get married. He denies this each time I bring it up in conversation. Is there anything
I can do to force him to make a decision on this?

Patricia (Bossier City, LA)

Dear Patricia:
You're wasting time because three years is too long for an engagement. This man has no
plans to marry you especially if you consider his stall tactics as excuses. A relationship is like.
a new job. Ittakes six months to learn the job and another six months to decide if you will
do the job and stay. Ask him one more time to set a date. If he doesn't, you need to kiss the
wedding bells good-bye, give the ring back and keep it moving.

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


Wedding Day Stress:

Focus On What Matters


(ARA) The wedding day is considered to be the happiest day of many people's lives. It
also ranks as one of the most stressful. Invitations. Flowers. Catering. Dresses and tuxedoes.
The reception.
Putting on a big show bigger than the Oscars, bigger than the Super Bowl.
But ultimately, according to Dr. Dan Clement, associate professor of psychology at
Argosy University/Dallas, the most important thing to concentrate on is not the size of the
wedding.cake or the color of flowers it is the goal of committing to the person you love.
Along with all of the anxiety about the ceremony, "It is common for the bride or groom to
have some moments of realization about what they are about to do. The pre-marriage jitters
are pretty common," says Dr. Clement.
Engaged people often have certain emotionally-charged questions that bloom in their
minds as the wedding day approaches. "I wonder if I can really give up my search for the
perfect match, now that I am getting married?" "What if they suddenly change, and show
me a side of themselves I haven't seen?" "Is my spouse really going to fit in next Christmas
when my whole family gathers?"
However, wedding day stress is mostly due to being evaluated by guests and loved ones
during the ceremony or the reception. "A newly-married couple often makes the marriage
ceremony so much about the illusion they want to project, rather than a time of special bond-
ing for the bride, groom, family and friends," explains Dr. Clement. "So much goes into the
thousands of details that it can become a tremendous challenge for bride and groom to stay
focused on each other. "
To help overcome the stress during the ceremony, Dr. Clements suggests that the bride
and groom should look beyond the actual day and view it as a launching time for the cou-
ple beginning their lives together. "The wedding and all of its trappings have little to do with
the ultimate success and happiness of the marriage."
Dr. Clement also recommends that the bride and groom should focus on one another, and
take lots of "mental snapshots." "If you are very nervous, the opportunities for these mental
snapshots will pass without notice because our self-consciousness has rolbed us of the abil-
ity to see what is most memorable."
These mental snapshots noticing parents' tears of joy, the smiles on the guests' faces,
the pure physical beauty of the bride or groom will help alleviate stress on the wedding
day. Even the anticipation of taking these special mental snapshots can help alleviate the
stress that builds up prior to the wedding day.
From the moment of engagement to the wedding reception, if couples focus on what real-
ly matters marrying someone they love brides and grooms can help ensure a truly mag-
ical, memorable, less stressful wedding day.


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CHCD To Host Annual Pandemic


Flu Summit During Symposium

JACKSONVILLE, FL The Women of Color Cultural Foundation, Inc., in partnership with the Du\al County Health
Department (DCHD) and the City of Jacksonville will host the Seventh Annual "Health Symposium for People of all
Nations" on Saturday, July 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Prime Osbom III Convention Center. 1000 Water Street.
As a part of the symposium the DCHD will host a Pandemic Flu Summit presentation and panel discussion. Dunng the free
luncheon, a panel of experts will convene to discuss the pandemic flu and issues of preparedness. This is an opportunity for
the public to gain insight into what individuals should be aware of in the event of a pandemic occurrence.
The symposium also offers a broad range of events that include: guest speakers, workshops, health seminars, exhibits.
free health screenings and referrals. The free health and wellness education, screenings and referrals %will focus on a wide
range of health concerns including: asthma, blood pressure, cancer, cholesterol and osteoporosis. The \workshop topics
include: financial health, dental care, colorectal cancer, breast health, soul food and Latin cooking demonstrations, and
'YEAH' Jacksonville: Youth Speak Out on Health. YEAH is for all teens ages 13-17 years.
The DCHD will offer free back-to-school health services: immunizations, physical, WIC certification and Healthy Start
registration.
The purpose of the symposium is to empower the community to take control of their wellness and health by offenng free
education and screenings. Admission and lunch are free to the first 1,000 adult pre-registrants and 300 teens. All others who
wish to attend the luncheon will be charged a nominal fee of $17 at the door. For more information, visit \ Ww.\voccf.org
; or call 904-724-6141 or 637-3337

Duval County Superintendent Appointed

National Blue Ribbon Committee


JACKSONVILLE, Fla.,
July 10, 2006 -- The
National Commission on
Writing for America's
Families, Schools, and'
Colleges has appointed
Superintendent Joseph Wise
as a member for a one-year
term. Founded by the
College Board in 2002, the
writing commission
includes blue-ribbon leaders
from public schools, higher
education, and business and
writing communities.


As a Commissioner,
Wise is responsible for pro-
viding guidance and counsel
on strategies and. efforts
designed to improve writing
throughout the nation's
schools.
Wise joins Commission
Chair. Bob Kerrey, former
U.S. Senator and president
of The New School.
Others who have and
continue to serve include:
Taylor Branch, Pulitzer
Prize winning author of


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

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties respond to
the solicitations) below by 2:00 p.m., Thursday, August 15, 2006. Further infor-
mation is available through Onia DemandStar at www.demandstar.com [(800)
711-1712], or the District's website at www.sjrwvmd.com. Bid packages may be
obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling Randy Wallis, CPPB,
Contracts Administrator at (386) 312-2337.

BID NUMBER SK405RA
Collection of Water Quality and Plankton Samples in the Orange Creek Basin

The objective of this work is to collect monthly field data, water quality and
plankton samples, between October 1. 2006 through September 30, 2007, and is
renewable for one additional one-year period.

Staff's recommendation will be presented to the Governing Board at its September
12, 2006. meeting. ,

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


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

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties respond to the
solicitation below by 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 15, 2006. Further information is
available through Onvia DemandStar at www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-1712],
or the District's website at www.sjrwmd.com. Bid packages may be obtained
from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling Ranae Smith, Contracts
Administrator at (386) 329-4159.

BID NUMBER SJ710AA
Network Infrastructure for District Facilities

The objective of this project is to install, repair and relocate the computer
Network Infrastructure in several District facilities in Jacksonville, Palatka, Lake
George, and Palm Bay.

The estimated budget for his project is $70,000.00.

A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference is scheduled
for 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 2, 2006
District Headquarters Building, 4049 Reid Street, Palatka, Florida 32177

The pre-bid conference is intended to provide bidders the opportunity to receive
clarification of any requirement of this Invitation For Bid. The District will only
accept bids from those attendingthe pre-bid conference.
Staff's recommendation will be presented to the Executive Director.

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

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested through Alan E.
Weaver, CPPB, Procurement Coordinator or by calling (386) 329-4450 (TDD),
ai least five (5) business days before the date needed.
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Parting the Waters. Pillar of
Fire, and At Canaan's Edge:
!James Moeser, Chancellor,
University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill:
David Glass, former presi-
dent of Wal-Mart: and
Arlene Ackerman, superin-
tendent emeritus, San
Francisco United School
District.
"The Commission has
sought out nationally
respected leaders who
understand the issues and
are conunitted to improving
education through a greater
focus ,on writing in our
schools and' colleges." said
Gaston Caperton. president,
the College Board. "We are
certain that Dr. Wise- who
was selected for his excel-
lent record as a superinten-
dent--will provide enlight-
ened leadership for our
efforts to improve writing
instruction across the United
States."
The National
Conunission on Writing for
America's Families.
Schools, and Colleges is
committed to improving the
quality of writing in schools
designed to contribute to
student success in college
and careers.
Research reveals that
writing skills are becoming
increasingly important to the
workplace as employers
spend billions of dollars
annually on remedial train-
ing for employee success.
Commission members, who
are advised by a panel of
w -riting experts, are commit-
ted to doubling the amount
of writing time spent by stu-
dents in American schools
and colleges.
Wise joined Duval
County Public Schools in
November of 2005.
A former Duval County
Public Schools' student and
Florida teacher. Wise leads
the academic plans and pro-
grams and directs all strate-
gic efforts designed to pro-
duce high-quality results for
the district's 160+ schools,
130,000 students, and
14,000 employees.
CATCH IMPACT
MON-FRI 10-11 P.M.
www.WCGL1630.COM


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS
Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events
scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.


IT TAKES A VILLAGE-Ribault High School is
hosting a community meeting on Thursday, July 27
at 7 p.m. in the school's auditorium (3701 Wintpn
Drive). During the meeting, community members will
learn about the district's plans and efforts to improve
the academic achievement of students, resulting in
improvements of students' performances on the FCAT.
FCAT results are used to determine a school's account-
ability grade, provided by the Florida Department of
Education each year.
CLASS MEETING-Northwestern Jr. Sr. High School
Class of (1962) will have a meeting on Monday,
August 7. 2006. at 3731 Roger Ave. 6:30 p.m All
members are asked to please attend. Anthony Hickson
and Bobbie Smiley coordinator. For more information
call 607-8524.
School's In
Persons can always tell when the summer vacation is
near end for students, as evidenced by the Little Red
School House information booths located in various
locations throughout the city. Beginning Saturday,
July 22 through Sunday. July 30. parents and commu-
nity members can visit various sites to receive informa-
tion that will help them prepare for a successful school
year. Immunizations, open house dates, and school cal-
endar dates are a few of the materials parents can
receive. Locations include:
Wal-Mart 6830 Normandy Blvd.
Wal-Mart 121000 Lem Turner Rd
Wal-Mart 11900 Atlantic Blvd.
Wal-Mart 8808 Beach Blvd.
Wal-Mart 13227 City Square Dr.
(1-95 & Duval Rd.)
Wal-Mart 6767 103rd St.
Jacksonville Public Library Main Branch
Jacksonville Public Library-
1755 Edgewood Ave. W.
Jacksonville Public Library-
2304 N. Myrtle Ave
JACKSONVILLE ALUMNI MEMBERSHIP
DRIVE--The Edward 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 Auditorium. This is the premier
alumni event of the summer that will be both informa-
tive 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 information regarding this event, call the Office
of Alumni Affairs at 470-8252.
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.
ANNUAL REUNION CELEBRATION-Plans are
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 W. Gilbert Middle School. For addi-
tional information contact Almeyta J. Lodi (904) 355-
7583 or Vivian Williams at (904) 766-2885.
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT-The
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 (904) 673-5066.


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BLUES GUITARIST, "W
Father of Florida Star 's Publisher, Dead at 89
1 S.


William Lismore was
known as a happy man
eventhough his main work
and pleasure was playing
the blues guitar. Once he
decided to get off the music
circuit, he made his home
in Darien, Georgia.
William Lismore was born
August 5, 1916 in Lowndes
County, Georgia to the late
Mrs. Pearl Williams
(Lismore) Green and Gallie
Lismore.
He received his early
academic and religious
education in Florida and
Georgia. He found Christ
and joined the church at an


early age.
Prior to William
Lismore's promotion to
eternal life, WM or Dub, as
called by many, had a very
fruitful life. Before his
induction into the U. S.
Army during World War II,
he worked as a Light Truck
Driver. During his military
career, he served as a cook.
In addition, Lismore gave
many short stories of his
experiences as an Army
scout. His recommenda-
tions and citations include
the Asiatic Pacific Theater
Ribbon, the Good Conduct
Medal and the American


Say No To Permanent Military Bases In Iraq


By Joe Parko


A central issue in the
debate over Iraq is whether
we should set a timetable
for withdrawing our mili-
tary. But whatever our dif-
ferences on that point, most
Americans agree we have
no business staying in Iraq
as a permanent occupation
force. Only a few with
dreams of an American
empire think we should
stay indefinitely.
'Ever since our rebellion
against the British,
Americans have opposed
empires. We fought terrible
wars to stop the spread of
the German and Japanese
empires and spent years
opposing Soviet expansion.
Americans have a built-in
dislike for empires. We
want our soldiers used only
to defend our nation, not
conquer others. If we agree
that empire-building is not
America's mission, then we
need to bar any funds from
being used to establish per-
manent U.S. military bases
in Iraq or to control Iraq's
oil.
Essentially, we must
decide if America is ready
to go down the road of
empire with a huge military
that can be used to enforce
its will around the world.
Are we prepared to neglect
domestic needs and create
ever-mounting debt to dra-
matically increase our mili-
tary budget? Are we pre-
pared to draft the soldiers
needed to establish and
control a global empire -
many of whom will die in
distant lands?
President Bush has
never explicitly stated that
we will not establish per-
manent military bases in
Iraq. We already have
strong evidence that the
Pentagon is building per-
manent bases there. The


Iraqi insurgents believe our
government plans to make
their country a vassal state
controlled by continued
military occupation. We
must not play into their
hands and turn our troops
into sitting ducks for years
to come.
We need to make a clear
statement that our govern-
ment has no plans to stay in
Iraq permanently. What
America has always stood
for .must not be sacrificed
for the imperial ambitions
of a few men. This war has
cost Georgians over $8 bil-
lion. With that money we
could have provided health
insurance for 1 million
Georgia children for five
years or hired 146,000 new
public school teachers.
We know that 77
Georgians have already
died in Iraq. We know that
over 5,000 Georgians are
now serving in Iraq. How
high will the death count
go? How long will we
leave our troops in the
crossfire of a civil war? We
must end the dream of
empire that has turned into
the nightmare of Iraq.
Parko serves on the leg-
-islative committee of the
Georgia Peace and Justice
Coalition, part of a nation-
al grassroots effort to end
the war in Iraq, with mem-
bers in Atlanta, Athens,.
Gainesville, Rome,
Savannah, Brunswick,
Macon, Valdosta and
Columbus.

Copyright (C) 2006 by
the. Georgia Forum. The
Forum is an educational
organization that provides
the media with the views of
state experts on major pub-
lic issues. 7/06


FM" LISMORE PASSES


Defense Service Ribbon.
He received an Honorable
Discharge with a rank of
T5 for his nearly four years
of service. Upon returning
to civilian life, WM toured
the country as a blues gui-
tarist, performing with
such great artists as John
Lee Hooker, Howlin Wolf,
Memphis Slim and many
more. Those who heard his
music said his guitar
reminded them of BB
King's "Lucille."
William Lismore quiet-
ly accepted his Heavenly
promotion early Monday
morning, July 17, 2006. He


leaves to celebrate that pro-
motion, his daughter, Clara
Frances McLaughlin of
Jacksonville, Florida, a
granddaughter, Rinetta
McLaughlin Fefie of
Houston, Texas, a grand-
son, Richard A.
McLaughlin of Dallas,
Texas and a great grandson,
Xavier Paul Fefie of
Houston; a brother Gallie
Way Lismore of Glynn
County, Ga., a step brother,
William Green of
Brunswlck, Ga. and a host
of nieces, nephews,
cousins, in-laws and
friends.


Colonial Williamsburg Release CD of
Music With Roots In The Colonial
Slave Trade
Music Interprets Passage ofAfrican Music "From Ear
to Ear" through American Slavery


WILLIAMSBURG,
Va.- Colonial Williamsburg
announces the release of
"From Ear to Ear: The
Passage of African Music
Through American
Slavery." The CD re-cre-
ates the lost and forgotten
music performed by
Africans in the 18th centu-
ry and follows the music's
transformation as the peo-
ple moved in forced
bondage from Africa
through the Middle
Passage to the Caribbean
and finally to America.
Revolutionary and
thought-provoking in its
content, "From Ear to Ear"
required extensive research
to develop. Unlike
European music in
Colonial Williamsburg's
newly released CD "From
Ear to Ear: The Passage of
African Music Through
American Slavery" inter-
prets the sounds of the joys
and sorrows passed from
generation to generation.
The 18th century original
lyrics of African slave
music were not preserved
on paper but only through
oral tradition literally
from ear to ear. Foundation
employees, outside experts
and volunteers had to dig
deep for what little infor-
mation remained to re-cre-
ate a sound that would be
both genuine and true to its
roots.
After restoring some of
the 18th-century African
instruments and persever-
ing through hours of prac-
tice, the performers created
music reflective of the
original sounds that
changed across three
diverse geographical areas
and from one generation to
another. The sound on the
CD reflects the music as it
might have sounded when
performed by people work-
ing in the fields and going
about daily activities,
releasing the joy arid sor-
row in their souls through
song and rhythmic sounds.
Many of the instruments
for the music of Africa
were created from items on
hand the bones, hides and
horns of animals; gourds,
shells, reeds, carved pieces
of wood, boxes and tools.
The songs came from the
cries of enslaved field
workers calling to one
another children playing


and families mourning
their dead. This African-
styled music mingled with
European musical forms
and developed into a creole
musical sound uniquely
American with a distinctive
African essence. It could be
heard from the sugar plan-
tations of Barbados to the
tobacco fields of Virginia;
it was music deeply
immersed in everyday
African American life.
The roots of today's blues,
jazz and bluegrass sounds
can be traced to these ener-
getic rhythms and mourn-
ful sounds.
The CD includes inter-
active "extras" that can be
accessed on a computer,
allowing the user to virtual-
ly "play" a balafon and also
contains background
essays, song lyrics, a short
video, historical images
and background informa-
tion about the performers.
Abooklet accompanying
the CD includes back-
ground information and a
brief history for each of the
23 musical cuts. The CD is
available at the
WILLIAMSBURG
Booksellers at the Visitor
Center, The Craft House
and Everything
Williamsburg in Merchants
Square, or call 1 -800-HIS-
TORY.
Established in 1926, the
Colonial Williamsburg
Foundation is the not-for-
profit educational institu-
tion that preserves and
operates the restored 18th-
century Revolutionary cap-
ital of Virginia.
Williamsburg is located
.150 miles south of
Washington, D.C., off
Interstate 64. For more
information or reserva-
tions, call toll-free 1-800-
HISTORYor visit
Colonial Williamsburg on
the Internet at
ColonialWilliapsburg.com.


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Denver Nuggets Jacksonville Jaguars Solid At Some

Ink Nene To 6-Year D:+;

$60M NBA Contract


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the Cowboys leaves a hole
open at weakside linebacker.
Top candidates to fill that
slot include former Giant
Nick Greisen, third-round
draft pick Clint Ingram
(Oklahoma), and Jorge
Cordova, a third-round pick
in 2004 who has missed the
last two seasons with knee


injuries. The Jaguars look
strong in the secondary.
The team is counting on
strong safety Donovin
Darius to return from the
knee injury that sidelined
him for most of 2005.
They will need ex-
Viking corer Brian
Williams to prove himself


worthy of the major free
agent dollars the team com-
mitted to him in the offsea-
son.


PRESEASON SCHED-
ULE: at Miami (8/12); vs.
Carolina (8/19); ys. Tampa
Bay (8/26); at Atlanta (8/31)


4&'16 =B Nirs
Denver Nuggets coach George Karl, left, jokes with
Nene, one of the NBA basketball team's forwards, as
they enter a news conference to announce that the team
has resigned the player on Thursday, July 20, 2006, in
Denver. Nuggets power forward Nene signed a six-year,
$60 million contract Thursday, joining Carmelo Anthony
in deciding Denver was the place to pursue their cham-
pionship dreams. (AP PhotolDavid Zalubowski)

DENVER--Denver Nuggets power forward Nene signed
a six-year, $60 million contract to stay in Denver on
Thursday.
"I want to be like (Karl) Malone," Nene said of the con-
summate power forward who played 18 of his 19 NBA sea-
sons in Utah.
"We want you to be like Malone, also," interjected Mark
Warkentien, the Nuggets' director of player personnel.
Nene, a 23-year-old center with career averages of 10.7
points and 6.2 rebounds, played just three minutes last year
before blowing out a knee in the season opener.
Nene was set for a breakout season last year when he
blew out his knee on opening night, dooming the Nuggets to
another first-round playoff exit.
"When Nene got hurt ... it was just one of the worst-feel-
ing days of my life because I thought he was ready to have a
great year. I thought he had worked very hard," coach
George Karl said. "It was a tough year for everybody.
"I think today is a day where we can kind of push every-
thing in the past behind us."
Nene is still recovering from surgery to repair his torn
right anterior cruciate ligament and isn't expected to do full-
court work until next month. Warkentien said Nene is about
80 percent healthy and isn't the least bit worried if he's not
100 percent by the start of the season.
Nene also missed 27 games in 2004-05 due to injuries,
but the restricted free agent was one of the most prized play-
ers on the market because of his youth and rare mix of brawn
and athleticism.
The 6-foot-11, 260-pounder said he feels great and is pre-
pared to face the pressure of his huge contract: "I believe in
myself. I believe I can be what I want to be." And that's an
All-Star and a champion.


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Marcedes Lewis
The Jacksonville Jaguars
will open the 2006 Training
Camp when rookies report
on July 28. Veterans report
for duty on July 28.
There are a lot of ques-
tion marks hovering the
Jaguars' heads--especially
offensivievely.
Starting wide
receiverJimmy Smith retired
following a stellar 12-year
career. Head coach Jack
Del Rio and coordinator
Carl Smith face the task of
finding a No. 1 receiver to
replace Smith.
They'll have to chose
from Reggie Williams, Matt
Jones, and Ernest Wilford.
Most NFL observers
believe running back Fred
Taylor is questionable.
Jacksonville will look to
rookie Maurice Jones-Drew
(UCLA) to make an imme-
diate impact. Another
UCLA rookie, first-round
pick Marcedes Lewis, proj-
ects as the team's No. 1 tight
end.
At the quarterback posi-
tion, Byron Leftwich is the
starter but reliable David
Garrard is the backup.
The defense appears
more stable, though the
move of Akin Ayodele to


NFL Dignitaries Honor Harry Carson

NEW YORK With Bill Parcells, Bill Belichick and Marty Schottenheimer nodding in
agreement, a former teammate spoke Tuesday about Harry Carson the man, not the New
York Giants middle linebacker and soon-to-be Hall

George Martin's testimonial set the tone on a day
the Giants assembled Lawrence Taylor and 11 other
teammates, as well as three of his former New York
coaches, for a special tribute. "It's all about respect,"
said Belichick, who has led the New England
Patriots to three Super Bowls in the last five years.
Schottenheimer and Parcells felt the same way.
Carson, who will be inducted into the Hall of
Fame in Canton, Ohio, on Aug. 5, earned that respect
in 13 seasons.
A nine-time Pro Bowl pick, a leader, a captain,
Carson was all that. But Martin, a defensive end who
played every season with Carson, said what his friend Harry Carson
did off the field are the memories his teammates will
cherish.
Parcells, the current Dallas coach who led the Giants to two Super Bowls in 1986 and
1990, said Carson stood the test of time.
"He had to walk down that tunnel on a lot of icy Sundays in the Meadowlands when he
wasn't feeling pretty good, probably wondering how he was going to get through these games
he had to play," Parcells said. "But he was there for all of us, most every Sunday for upwards
of 12 years."A more serious Carson said he had no regrets over his decision in 2005 to write
a letter to the Hall of Fame, asking them to remove his name from consideration. Many told
him he was making a mistake. "I knew where I stood with my teammates. I knew that I'd
earned their respect over the years," he said.


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Barry Bonds Hits No. 722

SSAN FRANCISCO Barry Bonds did what
he does best: Step into the batter's box, forget
all the off-field distractions and hit a baseball
over the fence.
Bonds hit his 722nd career home run hours
after the federal grand jury considering possible
perjury and tax-evasion charges against him
expired without an indictment, and the San
.... ". Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres
9-3 on Thursday night.
SH "Well, he's here," manager Felipe Alou said.
S"He's with us and hitting home runs. There's a
lot of stuff happening in this world today,
including Barry hitting one out of here. People
S-had a good time seeing him hit it."
Barry Bonds Bonds' two-run shot started a string of three
straight homers by the Giants off reliever Brian
Sweeney in the eighth inning. Ray Durham hit the next pitch for his 16th homer, then Pedro
Feliz followed with another the first time since Aug. 3, 2004, against Cincinnati, that the
Giants hit three consecutive homers.
Sweeney became the 428th pitcher to surrender a homer to Bonds, who got another
chance in the at-bat after catcher Mike Piazza fell down trying to catch a popup in foul ter-
ritory and dropped the ball for an error.
Bonds, who left the ballpark without talking to reporters, moved within 33 home runs of
tying Hank Aaron's all-time record of 755 with his 14th of the season. He has hit 84 homers
in his career against San Diego his most against any team. It was Bonds' second home run
since the All-Star break. He passed Babe Ruth for second place on baseball's career list May
28.
The Giants were again unfazed by Bonds' legal issues, getting a strong start from Noah
Lowry and Chad Santos' first career home run to move within 1 1/2 games of the Padres in
the NL West.
Bonds hit a sacrifice fly in a three-run fifth inning, struck out and walked. The investiga-
tion into Bonds is still ongoing, but it now appears less likely that an indictment would have
an impact on Bonds and the Giants this season.
Bonds, who turns 42 on Monday, received loud cheers in support when the lineup was
announced before the game.
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Chef Beat Up Co-worker

EASTON, Conn. The executive chef at a popular grocery
store was arrested after police said he beat a fellow chef because
her appetizers were cold.
George Llorens, 60, turned himself in Saturday. He was
charged with third-degree assault and released on $10,000 bond.
He is due back in Bridgeport Superior Court July 31.
Chef Pascaline Pruvost told police that she and Llorens were
at a home making food for a wedding when Llorens allegedly
yelled at her about her food preparation. Llorens swore at
Pruvost and punched her in the face and head, police said.
Pruvost said he grabbed and bruised her arms when she raised
them to defend herself.
Reached at work Wednesday, Llorens declined comment.
Pruvost said she waited to call police because she did not
want to ruin the wedding.
"Thirty-four years of friendship goes down the drain, but I
had to tell police, nobody has the right to hit somebody else,"
Pruvost told the Connecticut Post.
Llorens is executive chef at Stew Leonard's, which has stores
in Danbury, Norwalk and Yonkers, N.Y.
Stew Leonard's spokeswoman Meghan Flynn said she was
unaware of the incident, which did not happen at a store-spon-
sored event. Llorens still works for the store


Consonant-Loving Thief

Takes R's From Signs

GREENCASTLE, Ind. A consonant-loving thief has police
and business owners baffled after dozens of Rs were stolen from
signs around the community. "We've lost our Rs. And we want
them back," said Randall Jones, president of Headley Hardware.
The weekend caper targeted gas stations, restaurants, repair
shops and medical offices in the city of 10,000 people about 40
miles: west of Indianapolis.
The thief also nabbed half a dozen letters from a lighted mar-
quee in front of a National Guard post.
"I don't know if they think it's a joke, but to me it's just theft,"
said National Guard Sgt. Robert Lamb. "I just think it's disturb-
ing." Putnam Inn manager Jane Hansen isn't sure how the thief
climbed more than 6 feet off the ground to take Rs from a sign
in front of her motel."Whoever's doing it needs to put their tal-
ents to something more constructive," she said.
Greencastle Police said they've been notified about the stolen
letters,'but many business owners are, choosing not to file
reports.

Python Gulps Queen-Size

Electronic Blanket

KETCHUM, Idaho It took surgery to save a 12-foot
Burmese python after it swallowed an entire queen-size electric
blanket -- with the electrical cord and control box.
The blanket must have gotten tangled up in the snake's rabbit
dinner, owner Karl Beznoska said. He kept the blanket in the
cage to keep the 60-pound reptile, named Houdini, warm.
"Somehow, he was able to unplug the electric cord,"
Beznoska said Wednesday. "He at least wasn't hooked up to the
power. It might have been pretty warm there.".
Veterinarian Karsten Fostvedt conducted a two-hour opera-
tion on the python Tuesday, and said afterward, "The prognosis
is great."Neither Fosrvedt nor fellow veterinarian Barry Rathfon
had operated on a snake before.
"We just basically called a couple of specialists and they told
us where to go in," Fostvedt said.
X-rays showed the tangle of the blanket's wiring extending
through about 8 feet of the python's digestive tract.
,The surgery to remove it took an 18-inch incision. Specialists
at the University of California-Davis School of Veterinary'
Medicine told them it probably w would have taken Houdini six
hours to swallow the blanket and the snake probably would have
died without the operation.
Beznoska, a retired ski instructor who now w works as a drafts-
man and carpenter, is from Austria and moved to the resort area
in 1965. He has had Houdini for 16 years and takes him to local
schools for show-and-tell.


Teen Flips Jeep During Driver Test
DEARBORN, Mich. A 16-year-old boy apparently had a
seizure during his driving test, causing him to hit five vehicles,
flip his Jeep and wreck the front of a store.
The teen and other drivers were treated at a hospital after
Monday's crash. The driver's license examiner, Gregory Desmet,
59, of Macomb County's Shelby Township. was hospitalized
overnight with a broken arm.
The teen, whose name was not released, drove the 2004 black '
Jeep Cherokee above speed limits, hit four cars and rolled over
before going airborne and crashing into another car, which was
pushed through the window of a rug store."Based on what Mr.
Desmet told us, it appears the driver may have suffered some
kind of seizure," Dearborn police Sgt. Doug Topolski told The
Detroit News.
The boy probably will avoid charges, police said. Getting
that license, however, is a different story.Kelly Chesney, a
spokeswoman for the Secretary of State. said the teen won't even
be allowed to retake the test until he provides an explanation of
what happened from a doctor.


Paintballers Told To Target Their Own Cars
PAINESVILLE, Ohio A judge ordered two paintball shoot-
ers.to take aim at their own cars in order to stay out of jail.
Joshua Breeding, 20, and 19-year-old Christopher Lyons
were found guilty on Thursday of splattering up another man's
vehicle with paintballs in May. They each got a sentence of 60
days in jail.
Municipal Court Judge Mlichael Cicconetti gave them the
option of shooting their own cars with paintballs and then clean-
ing up the mess. They also have to spend 40 hours painting at a
Habitat for Humanity home.
The judge also ordered the'pair to apologize to their victim
and pay court costs.
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Your Weekly Horoscope

(JULY 22, 2006-JULY 28, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) Your area of the
world may finally
get some much
needed rain.
Those with camps
may get caught up
with maintenance work.
Swimming may appeal to
some. It is important for par-
ents to point out to their chil-
dren the faulty logic of peer
pressure. Let go of past frus-
trations, move forward with
confidence, actions stand a
better chance of being suc-
cessful now. You may get
better acquainted with your
next door neighbor. A broth-
er or sister seems to be less
critical and more agreeable.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 3, 7,,13, 21, 25...
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21)Your financial sit-

continue to
improve. You
may have a novel
idea for a home based busi-
ness or you could see some
success with a yard
sale.There are few hin-
drances to your social life.
When thinking forward to'
something, emphasize your
points of agreement with
another which are stronger
than your differences. Now
it is a good time for you to
move forward in ventures.
This 'week lucky numbers
.are: 16, 21, 19, 30, 40.
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) For the sake of
peace, you can over look.
points of difference, with
another, and obtain their co-
operation. Elderly
relatives may be a
more significant
part of events this
month. You enjoy travel to
lakes or oceansides. It's like-
ly you'll have contact with
people who don't share your
values, but you have a toler-
ant attitude towards them.
You will find yourself hav-
ing increased confidence as
the week progresses as a
sudden support system will
emerge. This week lucky
numbers are: 10, f8, 26, 14,
22..
Cancer June 21- July
m 22) Be supportive
S. of a friend in need
Sof words of
S encouragement.
You are good with planning
things in advance. You
should become more hope-
ful about your financial situ-
ation. Know when to "drop
the subject" with someone.
There are times when the
vast' majority of people
(whose opinions are shaped
by the mass media) are
wrong -- it's a hard current
to swim against, holding
views that are contrary to
what is popular but at least
the internet remains a forum
for independent thinking.
You tend to be impatient
when making purchases this
month, but you may also be
more motivated to make
extra money. This week
luck) numbers are: 5, 11, 7,
39, 45.
Leo (July 23 August
22) You deserve a holiday --
for some swimming or
activity around a
lake would be an
ideal way to
unwind. Its
human nature to deal with


disappointments in each
other that forgiveness cov-
ers. A constant skeptic is
beyond being persuaded at
this time -- so don't make an
ego based investment in
convincing them. The Truth


is its own standard and will
become apparent to them
eventually. This week
lucky numbers are: 14, 7,
19, 21, 39.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)Haste
makes waste with first-time
projects. Pleasure interests
are more reward-
ing however so
seek out 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, 32.
Libra (September 23
October 23) Pleasant
contact with aunts, uncles or
cousins may occur this
D month. Enjoy the
peace and tran-
quility of nature.
You seem to have
greater strength and stamina
and can get a lot more
accomplished than usual this
month. You may be justified
in bargaining for a raise in
pay. Some. consideration
may be given to buying fur-
niture. Good things may
come of contact with areas
west of you. The number
100 could be meaningful in
some way. Hopefuil expecta-
tions : you are content not to
spend a lot of time talking
about the past. This week
lucky numbers are'. 11, 26,
27, 20, 36.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21As a stu-
dent of human
nature, you never
really stop learn-
ing. By striving to
put the ego aside
while maintaining a balance
of dignity with coworkers
you can accomplish much.
You can be lovingly
assertie if need be. You
understand the need for peo-
ple to relate to each other on
fair and equal terms. This
could make you an ideal
"diplomat" or manager at
work. You could be invited
to attend a wedding this
month. Travel involving rel-
atihes is a possibility. You
could spend some money on
car maintenance.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 36, 38, 50, 66, 74.
S a gitt ar ius
(November 22
December 21) You can be
genuinely funny. Sometimes
there is cause to celebrate
riot for what did
happen, but what
didn't happen.
Things generally
go better than you expected.
You should be back "at the
top of your game" attaining
excellence.' There could be
some humorous events
involving a pet dog Take
advantage of any opportuni-
ty to get to know your
immediate neighbors better -
they could prove to be
helpful to you. This week
lucky numbers are: 2, 15,
17, 55, 40.
C a p r i c o r n
(December 22 January


19) Your past
work experience
may be an asset to
expanding your
present career progress. You
could see the first signs that
you may be able to accom-
plish something personally
or professionally that is the


result of years of dedicated
and patient effort. You may
be asked to give your opin-
ion on someone's decision.
Or you may have a joint
financial decision to make
with another. As your Faith
expands so does your suc-
cess career wise. You seem
to connect more with people
who urge you to take action
or seem to take opposing
views. This week lucky
numbers are: 6, 22, 35, 47,
50.
Aquarius (January
20 -February 19th)You
could be invited to a wed-
ding or involved
in some aspect of
preparing for one.
A pet (especially a
pet dog) is particularly
devoted to you. Fragrances
seem to have a good impact
on your emotions. Aroma
therapy may bring special
benefits. Your social life
may pick up to the point that
(humorously speaking) rela-
tives may need to make an
appointment to see you. This
is an excellent month for


dealing with the public to
promote something.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20)You are tender-
hearted and devoted to a pet.
Coworkers could be pleas-
antly more sociable and
friendly. Your dedication on
the job is appreciated and
could be
rewarded.
However, you
may have to
postpone some work related
home maintenance till you
have more spare time. This
is a good month to .shop for
clothes. You may be able to
pay down some debts.
Prayer can give you bold-
ness and new found courage
to move forward with any
worthwhile endeavor. You
may explore your roots and
come to understand the val-
ues that you want to keep
from your parents and not
throw out everything in con-
fusion.. You may make an
acquaintance that can build
into a long lasting friend-
ship. This week lucky num-
bers are: 19, 25, 49, 38, 44,.


Policewoman Censured

For Moonlighting As Hooker

WELLINGTON, New Zealand A policewoman has been
censured for some unauthorized !'undercover" work --,a stint
moonlighting as a prostitute -- but is,being allowed to keep her
day job after giving up the night duties..
While prostitution is legal in New Zealand and police are
allowed to take approved second jobs, a top officer 'said sex work
and police work don't mix.
The policewoman had worked for a limited time as a prosti-
tute in the northern city of Auckland before her clandestine activ-
ity was uncovered, police said. Her name and rank have not been
made public.
Police media conununications manager Jon Neilson said he
understood the officer had taken up "secondary employment due
to financial difficulties." but had not sought police approval to
work in the sex mdustr.
She has been counseled over the matter, which "under police
procedures .... amounts to. a censure." said Deputy Police
Commissioner Lyn Provost.
"Ican assure the public that ... this type of secondary employ-
ment would never be approved given that the type' of work is
inappropriate and incompatible nith policing," Provost said.
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that they really understand their character, so that
what they improvise is in context to make sure
we don't just get a lot of random stuff. We do a
lot of work on who their character is and what
they're all about. And then once they understand
that, then they're free to go.
SQ: Is it fun for siblings to get to work togeth-
er so often?
Marlon: Yeah, I'd go to work everyday and
it's not like work, it's fun. I mean, it is work, but
I like doing it. I'm happy, because I love working
with my brothers. I do. It could be a challenge,
but when you overcome that challenge and look
at the filmography of the movies that we've done
together, I'm damn proud. It's just amazing what
we've been able to accomplish.
Q: How did you come to cast Kerry
Washington opposite Shawn?
Keenen: This was her first lead comedic role.
She kinda came in saying, "Okay, this isn't real-
ly what I do, but I want to do it." She was exact-
ly what we needed. She brought integrity to the
role, and just a wonderful charm, and an author-
ity, because she sort of wears the pants in the
house.
Q: How was it working with Saturday Night


Live. alums like Tracy Morgan and Molly
Shannon?
Shawn: Tracy Morgan was a blast. Not only
is he a blast, but he's great in the movie. This is
the funniest I've ever seen him, ndt just because
it's my movie, but because he got to do what it is
that he actually does,, and we really helped to
support that. We just let him feel free. He's a real-
ly talented dude, and he kept us laughing the
whole shoot. So, we were glad to have him and
were happy that he came aboard. And this was
the first time I ever met Molly. I had always been
a fan of hers since SNL. She did one of my
favorite sketches, where she was playing the
cliche female comic who was bombing, doing
"Don't get me started!" Me and my brothers
always loved her. We been trying to work with
her for awhile. Finally, one of our wishes has
come true. She does great work in the scene. It's
a funny scene.
Q: Are you happy with the final cut?
Keenen: For me as a director, this was proba-
bly the most unique film. It really called upon all
of my experience, because I'd never done a full
effects film before. But I've used some effects in
all the films that I've done, so all of that stuff felt
like preparation for this film, which made it one
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WEEK OF 07/22/06

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


Donna Richardson
Joyner, www.don-
narichardson.com
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sunday
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour
public affairs program
giving you the inside
scoop from a black per-
spective of the political
activity in the nation's
capital.
*Sat. 7/22, 1 p.m. -
Shaft's Big Score Movie
with Richard Roundtree,
Moses Gunn, and Julius
Harris.
*Sat. 7/22, 3 p.m. Hell
Up In Harlem Movie
(1973) starring Fred
Williamson, Gloria
Hendry, Julius Harris, and
Margaret Avery.
*Sat. 7/22, 2 a.m. Willie
Dynamite Movie (1974)
with Roscoe Orman,
Diana Sands, Thalmus
Rasulala. A pimp must


contend with a business
rival and the pressures of
life atop the New York
hustling scene. Beloved
stage and screen actress
Diana Sands is in fine
form in her final perform-
ance.
*Sun. 7/23, 3 p.m. -
Sparkle Movie (1976)
with Irene Cara, Phillip
Michael Thomas, Lonette
McKee, and Mary Alice.
*Sun. 7/23, 8 p.m. -
Cotton Comes to Harlem

*Sun. 7/23, 10 p.m. TV
One Acess: Summer
Preview '06 Host Shaun
Robinson previews
what's hot this summer in
entertainment.
*Tues. 7/25, 12 p.m. On
Thin Ice: The Tai
Babilonia Story Movie
(1990) with Rachael
Crawford, Denise
Nicholas
*Wed. 7/26, 12 p.m. A
Stranger In Town Movie


(1995) with Gregory
Hines, Jean Smart. Sudie,
a 12-year old white girl,
and Simpson, a gentle
-black man, form a friend-
ship that threatens the
white population in their
town. When Simpson is
maliciously accused of
child molestation, Sudie
attempts to save her inno-
cent friend before the
town decides to lynch
him.
Black Family Channel
Daily
Monday Saturday, 5
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a.m. 3 p.m., "M-Power
Ministry" Your daily
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dynamic ministers bring
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Christian Center Pastors
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Jacksonville.
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Hollywood"
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prolific poets, spoken
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celebrity-focused enter-
tainment and lifestyle
show.
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Countdown"
Tuesday
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.
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Fourplay continued from D-I1
breezy and forceful open-c
ing track, "Turnabout," in
Carlton's bluesy, Wes'
Montgomery- inflected
"Cinnamon Sugar," in
East's exotic and airy
"Eastern Sky," in Mason's
-straight-ahead groovefest
"Kid Zero" -- in the polish
and conception of each
track on Fourplay X,
making this their most
fully conceived group
effort to date.
They bring the same
qualities to the table for
the one cover, and the
first single, on the album:
"My Love's Leavin,'"


written and recorded orig-
inally by Steve Winwood
and performed here with
Michael McDonald. From
the opening notes -- a per-
colating synthesizer fig-
ure that pays tribute to
,Winwood's sound --
through the searing,
smoky vocal, "My Love's
Leavin'" shows what a
brilliant band can achieve
when working in tandem
with a singer of
McDonald's caliber.
All four members fill
their calendars with ses-
sions and solo projects,
but it remains a priority to
keep Fourplay alive as


their only true group
endeavor, with each part-
ner an equal contributor.
"It's unique in that we
come together as friends
as well as musicians who
are at the top of our
game," explains East. "I
don't think I've had a day
off this year, and the other
guys are just as busy. But
we always make the time
to get together -- to be
honest, mainly because
it's fun."
Fourplay debuted with
a splash in 1991: Their
self-titled debut album
sold more than one mil-
lion copies and lodged for


33 weeks at the top of the
Billboard Contemporary
Jazz charts. The follow-
up, Between the Sheets,
reached number one,
earned gold status, and
was nominated for a
Grammy in 1993. They
went three-for-three in
1995 with their third
release, Elixir, which also
hit number one and stayed
on the charts for more
than a year and a half.
And, as if to save time,
their fourth album, 4,
entered the charts at num-
ber one.


Saturday
10:30 p.m.
on TBS
Erin Brock-
ovich: Direc-
tor Steven
Soderbergh
managed to
get Julia
Roberts to cut
back on that moist, twinkly
thing she usually does in favor
of giving a genuine perform-
ance in this fact-based and
very satisfying 2000 drama
about a crusading legal assis-
tant. Julia won an Oscar, and
the last time we checked, she
was still giving her acceptance
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