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August 1 7:05 At The Jacksonville Baseball Grounds

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80's garb and enjoy fifty-cent hot dogs, peanuts and
ice cream treats. Sponsored by Blue Bell Ice Cream,
Hampton Farms and Folio Weekly.




We Have Your

Name-We Are

Coming After You!

Nickeshea Gray

rennein Lamar reaa

--After the drive-by
shooting death of 8-year-
old Dreshawna Davis.
S h e r i ff
faced the

and told
the \-iexers
Sheriff that \%ith
Safe Street". \ve know
who the thugs are \with
guns. "We are coming
after you." Those who
S saw\ the sheriff making
that statement would
ha\e to believe, he was
very serious.
Illegal guns must be
removed from the streets.
stated A listener of the
Florida Star's nightly
radio sho\\. Impact.
There was a shooting
Tuesday after midnight
\here almost twelve gun-
shots were exchanged.
leading Adrian Bullard.
26. dead. The gunshots
went inside an apartment
where a baby and a fami-
ly were living.
Fortunately, none of them
were injured.
On Saturday a 51-
year-old female was shot
several times in the 1600
block of West 19th Street

Name continued on A.-7

Antnuniy uruuus, Jr.
and 28-year-old
Nickeshea Gray. mother
of three, was shot
Tuesday and died
Wednesday. There is no
suspect in her murder.
The 19th Street neigh-
bors said they are really\
fed up \with the murders.
burglaries and crime.
They have called their
City Council representa-
tive and others for assis-
They know each other
and they knot\ \hen a
new face is there. The
51-year-old: who was
killed Saturday 'did not
live at the house \here
Name continued on A- 7

Monday through Friday
from 10 to 11 p.m.,
WCGL-AM-1360 -
News, guest,
questions and answers
- The Florida Star and
Impact Striving to
make a difference.

Eight- Year-Old Murdered

l- Children in the past,
,always felt safe at
Grandmother's house and
Il Dreshawna Washington
Davis was no different as
she played video games
while at her grandmoth-
er's home on 3rd Avenue.
_' It is not Confirmed if the
targeted person actually
lived at the 3rd Avenue
Address or expected to
visit or-was actually lin
the house at: the time of
Dreshawna Monique Washington Davis Willie J. Davis the shooting, but the.
17ctim Person OfInterest shooters did shoot up the
house where the 'eight
:ear old \\as shot. Police
--'. }. 'officers believe 'the
shooting was deliberate
but the intended target
did not get the bullet.
young, innocent, third
." i ".. 46grade honor student.
Dreshawna did.
S T"V vie%\ers watched
the news in disbelief, as
Dreshawna's grandfather
'IIr ,broke.. dow'n,. weeping for
r ii his granddaughter.
"How could they do
Tujuan Dubose Terrell Dubose Rasheem Dubose
A r ,..o ......1 ) ,n... p,1r ,, tflP,,to,,ot Murdered continued on A-7

JCCI Completed Study- Will Implementation Begin?
t ,

JACKSONVILLE, FL. After the murder rate in
Jacksonville began to sky rocket. the Sheriffs office
decided to use funds derived from criminal activities to
decrease the crime, specifically, the murder rate in
Jacksonville. The study w\as released Tuesday, July 25
with a formal presentation and only the sheriff, the
mayor, the present president of the City Council.
Michael Corrigan and former president. Kevin Hyde
\\as present. All of the other council members \ere
absent. There were no one present from the State
Attorney's Office, the School Board. the County
Legislative Delegation or the Regional Chamber of
State Representative Audrey Gibson was present
and also appeared that evening on Impact, the nightly
radio talk show, hosted by The Florida Star and partly
sponsored by WCGL-ANI 1360 to discuss the final

The report acknowledged that Jacksonville has a
murder problem. It examined the complex individual,
environmental, and social factors that influence the
murder rate in Jacksonville and reviewed national
research on successful approaches to lover murder
The report's important theme was that murders in
particular tend to cluster in certain high-proverty areas
and disproportionately involves young black men. both
as perpetrators and as victims.
JCCI pointed out that racial divisions in
Jacksonville cannot be ignored as it is both profound
and entrenched. It stated that most of the black-on-
black violence in Jacksonville is a symptom of deep
neighborhood-level dysfunctions, growing out of years
Study continued on A-7

Black Columnists Meet With Representative Nancy Pelosi

Meeting Wednesday night for dinner were Tonyaa
Weathersbee, Florida Times-Union, left; Errol Louis,
New York Daily News; Donna Britt, Washington Post;
Derrick Jackson, Boston Globe; Rep. Nancy Pelosi;
DeWayne Wickham, USA Today; Askia Muhammad,
Final Call, and Gregory

"HBlack Columnists
Meet With Nancy Pelosi
The first two members
of the Trotter Group of
African American colum-
nists have reported on
their three-hour dinner
meeting Wednesday with
Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-
Calif.. the House minority.
"In response to
attempts by GOP hawks
to brand her as soft on
national security, Pelosi
says that she. as a woman,

would actually be
tougher on defense than
her male colleagues,"
Errol Louis wrote Friday\
in the New York Daily
"'Think of a lioness,'
she said. 'You come any-
where near our cubs,
you're dead.'
"She meant it.
"Pelosi, like other
powerful women in poli-
tics (good morning, Sen.
Clinton) has mastered the
art of presenting herself

as a tough, take-charge
leader without surrender-
ing her femininity."
Columnists continued on A-7

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Recently, the nation's
wealthiest man, Warren
Buffett, gave the philanthrop-
ic world a shot in the arm by
pledging $37.4 billion worth
of stock from Berkshire
Hathaway, the company he
runs, to five charitable foun-
dations. He earmarked $31
billion of that for foundation
run by the second wealthiest
man Microsoft founder Bill
Buffett told reporters that
he hoped his actions would
encourage others to follow
suit. "I would hope that a few
of them would pick up on this
model; I think it's a sensible
model," he told reporters after
making the announcement in
Although African
Americans tend to associate
the concept of philanthropy
with the very rich, our com-
munity has historically been a
generous and giving one -
whether it be time or money.
The civil rights movement of
the 1960s didn't start with the
March on Washington or in
some corporate boardroom. It
began in church basements
and living rooms across the
nation. Civil rights crusaders
didn't rely upon the wealthy
to help them out: They. built
their own network of philan-
In 1999, the Roper Center
for Public Opinion Research

found that 54.4 percent of
Blacks gave money to charity
from 1988 to 1996, compared
to 75.2 percent of Whites.
Given that the net worth of
Whites exceeds that of Blacks
by more than 10 times, it
stands to reason that our com-
munity is less able to give as
much financially.
But what is most telling
about the generosity of our
community is that African-
Americans took the top spot
on the 1997 National Survey
of Philanthropy and Civic
Renewal's civic engagement
index, followed by
Whites and then
Hispanics. When Blacks don't
have the money to give, they
give their time and energy.
Since the early 1970s, ethnic
philanthropy has taken great
steps at least financially,
thanks in part to improved
economic situations for
From 1973 to 2004, the
per-capita income of Blacks
increased 70 percent from
$2,521 ($9,284 in 2004 dol-
lars) to $15,758, while that of
Whites rose 57 percent, from
$4,364 ($16,060 in 2004 dol-
lars) to $25,203.
In the African-American
community, charitable giving
begins earls. Blacks tend to
begin volunteerr work during
high school or college and go
from there. They often take

To Be Equal: You Don't Need to Be a
Warren Buffett to Effect Change
Marc H. Morial
President and CEO of the National Urban League

on leadership roles in organ-
izing events, joining boards.
Their ability to make contri-
butions is often combined
'with a willingness to leverage
money through fund-raising
events, matching gifts and
donations from firms etc.
The purpose of our com-
munity's philanthropy tends
to be to "create pathways" for
people excluded from access
and opportunity, according to
a 2004 survey of minority
philanthropists by the City
University of New York's
SCenter on Philanthropy and
Civil Society. Blacks also
tend to prefer giving to insti-
tutions they have personal
ties to than organized philan-
thropies, the center found.
The 21st century is going
to be one of great demograph-
ic change for the United
States. By the end of the cen-
tury and maybe even earlier,
our nation is expected to be
the first without a majority.
ethnic group, demographers
predict. Things are going to
-be very different. Whether the
change will be good remains
to be seenand depends on us
as a nation.
'If the current dl\ide
between Whites and ethnic
minorities isn't narrowed, our
democracy will be in peril.
That's why we need to invest
in our future generations by
financially supporting organi-
zations and programs that
seek. to shrink economic and
political and education gaps
between the races.
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nates, our community will
need to continue and
strengthen our commitment
'to "civic tithing" and take it
into new directions.
The first phase of the civil
rights movement back in the
1960s set us on the road of
political empowerment. Now,
it's time for the second phase
- economic empowerment.
And we must adjust our gaze
to the younger generation of
donors. According to the
Center on Philanthropy study,
these donors believe that
access to financial power will
close the remaining social,
political and economic gaps
that exist between Whites and
ethnic minorities in this coun-
They have different prior-
ities for their money than
their older counterparts who
helped finance the first phase
of the civil rights movement
in the 1960s. They're more
interested in gaining access on
Wall Street than marching on
Washington. They tend to
send their money to programs
that emphasize individual
attainment and employ a busi-
ness model of operation.
So let Warren Buffett
serve as a role model. You
don't have to be rolling in
money for your contribution
to make an impact. Let histo-
ry be an example of that.
As author Isaac Asimov
once \Tote, "No sensible deci-
sion can be made any longer
withoutt taking into account
not only the worldd as it is, but
the world as it will be."



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Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

C. Zanders and the Saint Paul A.M.E. Church family invite
friends to share in their Family and Friends Weekend
Celebration. "Family and Friends United In Love" is the
theme. The youth will have a "back To School Explosion"
on Friday, July 28. This includes all day workshops, and a
Social from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. An Old fashioned Fish Fry
and Games will be held on Saint Paul's Campus on Saturday,
July 29 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. The celebration culmi-
nates on Sunday, July 30. Pastor Zanders will preach at both
the 7:30 a.m. and 10:55 a.m. Worship services. The church
is located at 6910 New Kings Rd. For transportation and
additional information call the church at 764-2755.
SINGING-The Women Ministry of Greater New Mount
Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 1953 W. 9th St., invite
the public to "Sing Unto The Lord" Sunday, July 30 at 4:00
p.m. The program features The GNMM Praise Team along
with Sis. Jackie Brunson, Sis. Ruthie Grant, Sis. Dora
Dailey, Bro. William Gilliard, and Bishop Larry Boston. Sis.
Anna Sanders, Women Ministry Leader. Rev. Percy
Jackson, Sr. and Rev. Percy Jackson, Jr., Pastors.
MEETING-The Jacksonville District Meeting of the
Church of God by Faith churches will convene July 27-28 at
7:30 p.m. and 12 Noon on Saturday, July 29. Dr. Harry
Johnson, Presiding District Elder. Elder Robert McGriff,
Pastor at True Believers Church of God by Faith, White
Road in Callahan FL.
HOLY CONVOCATION-The Florida Central Second
Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Annual Holy Convention will be
held nightly at 7:30 p.m. August 15-18 at Southside Church
of God In Christ, 2179 Emerson St. The public is invited to
come and experience a mighty move of God through prayer,
praise, and preaching. Mother Mildred Eason, Supervisor of
women. Bishop Edward Robinson, Sr., Jurisdictional
is invited to attend the Soldiers For Christ Church and
Pastor's anniversary Celebration. The congregation is
rejoicing in the church's 13th year and the pastor's second
year in this ministry. "Dare To Believe...All things Are
Possible" is the theme. Services begin Thursday, August 10.
A semi-formal banquet w ill be held in honor of Pastor Arthur
S Mealer on Saturday, August 12 The celebration concludes
Sunday, August 13. For more information call (904) 200-
5533. Thechurch is located at 2045 Tuskegee Rd..
COME TOGETHERWFirst Missionary Baptist Church, 810
Third A\e. in Jacksonville Beach FL, will host Annual Come
Together Day August 5, 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Free
food, clothing, and school supplies will be provided. For
more information contact Alberta Floyd at 727-5027 or
Beverly Prescod at 751-9951. Rey. Dr. Marvin A.
McQueen, I, Senior Pastor.
ANNIVERSARY-Greater New Hope A.M.E. celebrated its
115th Anniversary July 26-28 at 7:00 p.m.. The celebration
concludes Sunday, July 30 at 4:00 p.m. "Down Through
The Years 'Standing In Awe Of God"' is the theme. The
church is located at 2708 Davis St., (17th and Davis Streets).
Sis. Shirley Harris and Bro. Elijah Brooks, Chairpersons.
Rev. Mary F. Davis, Pastor.,
Fellowship Ministries Jacksonville-Duval County President
Sam Roberts is seeking donations of school supplies for chil-
dren of prisoners to 'be given away August 5, 2006.
Donations maybe left at Second Baptist Church, 954 Kings
Rd. (at State Street and 1-95 entrance) or at watch the Lamb
ministries, 2519 Soutel Dr. You may call Roberts at (904)
994-1044 forpick-up or the church at (904) 354-8268 or
(904) 764-1104. Roberts recently suffered a heart attack, but
is determined to fulfill his project for these children to have
school supplies. Clothing contributions will also be accept-
ed and distributed.
ORDINATION SERVICES-The public is invited to attend
Ordination Services for Elder-Elects and Deacon-Elects
Sunday, June 30, 5;30 p.m. at Believers In Christ Christian

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Sunday Sermon
"It's Timte For Your A4Mijracle"
8:15 am.* 10:45 am
*--------6:00 pm '
5755 Ramona Blvd., .lucksonville, 'I, 32205
S (904) 781-9393

Center, 11565-107 N. Main St. Ordainees include Minister T e Church
Vernell Gillespie, Minister Rosalyn Joseph, Minister t
Marnice Parker, Minister Robyn Sessoms, Brother Danielle "Come and Worship With Us"
Joseph, Brother Wayne McDonald and Brother Charles
Wilcox. New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email 1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
submissions preferred. Send to:
info@thefloridastar.com Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Q-nAy-iIioning voranM

Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church

Celebrating 140 Years Of Service

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Historic Mount Zion
African methodist
Episcopal Church, 201
East beaver St., will cele-
brate its 140th
Anniversary Sunday, July
This is the second old-
est A.M.E. church in.
Florida. The recent struc-
ture was started in-:1906
and completed in 1910..
Many great events
have evolved 'during the
history of this church,
including the establish-
ment of the first chartered
Boy Scout troop from
African Americans and
the establishment of the
Divinity High. School.
which :later : became
Edward W'aters College.

In Loving

Memory Of

'Heniy L. Williams
March 2. 1932-Jul3 28.2003
It's been three years.
but f seems like only
yesterday, that Jcould hear
your voice and see your
The pain, the sorrow,
the hurt and loneliness
is forever present

Love Always,
Wife Emma and Family

God's Wrath:
Vengeance Is Mine, I Will
Repay,. Says the Lord

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." 20 To the con-
trary, "if your enemy is
hungry, feed him; if he is
thirsty, give him some-
thing to drink; for by so
doing you will heap
burning coals on his
head." 21 Do not be
overcome by evil, but
overcome evil with good.

Romans 12:19-21


The celebration begins
with Church School at
8:30 a.m. Morning wor-
ship begins at 10:00 a.m.
Rev. James H. Davis,
Presiding Elder of the
Suwannee-North District
will be.the speaker.
A unique celebration
begins at 4:00 p.m., fea-
turirig the music of the
Mass Choir and an organ
Presentation by the
SMinister of Music, Bro.
James Smith. Rev. F. D.
Richardson, Pastor.



BLUE-Benjamin, died July
21, 2006.
BOLAR-Jerome, died July
23, 2006. A.B. COLEMAN
BROWN-Erika, died July 25,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN
BROWN-Solomon. died July
20, 2006.
CAINE-John. died July '20.
CASWELL-John, died July
20, 2006.
COBB-Thelna G., died July
22, 2006. ,
COLVIN-Charlotte Diane,
died July 16, 2006. ,
died July 20, 2006.
died July 21, 2006.
FERGUSON-Jeanette M.,
46. died July 21, 2006.
FRANKLIN-Nathaniel, died
July 24, 2006. A.B. COLE-
GREEN-Mary, died July 22,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN
HALL-Simms Harris. 71,
died July 19, 2006.
HARRIS-Bernice, died July
20, 2006.
HERBERT-Anon Kenyatta,,
Jr., died June 30, 2006.
HIXON- Tracy, 45, died July
21, 2006.,
HORNE-Clara, died July 22,
JORDAN-George, died July
22, 2006.
KITCHEN-Lazarius M., died
July 24, 2006.
KISER-D'eloris, died July 18,
LOWE-Mary L, died July 25,
MADDOX-Allen, died' July
21, 2006.
MILLSAP-Debbie Ann, died
July 20, 2006. ,
MITCHELL-Josie Homer,
died .July .20, 2006.
NAPPER-Moses, 75, died
July 20, 2006.
NEWBURG-Shawn P., died
July 18, 2006. A.B. COLE-
PERKINS-James, died July
22, 2006.
SMITH-AI'Maria R. McClain,
37, died July 20, 2006.
SMITH-Willie, died July 20,
died July 17,'2006.. A.B.
STEWARD-Doris, died July
19, 2006.
TIMMONS-Lauretta Jenkins,
died July 20, 2006.
WIGGINS-Greaga L., died
July 21, 2006.

Sunday morning worship iI;uU 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

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

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

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

1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jri., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453.
"Christ died for our sins...was buried and Rose again (see 1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School -' 10:00 a.m.*
Morning Worship 11:00a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
.Sauimbi, Prri6n Outreach !. 0n p rn
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"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no reminiun of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)

"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Fla. 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358r8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday' Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org

When a loved one dies, be sure to
report the death to the three top credit
reporting agencies -- Equifax,
Experiaf. and. TransUnion.Identity
thieves have been known to take
advantage of the window of time when
a deceased person's death is not known
to the CRAs, and then use that person's
Social Security number and identity to
open credit accounts in the deceased
person's name. The family does not
know the.accounts have been opened
because the impostor has the m nthly
account statements sent to afother
address. It would be a good idea to
mail a copy of the death certificate to
the three main credit bureaus as soon
after the death as possible.
It's shocking to think that thieves
would try to profit from someone's
death, but it happens. Linda Foley,
executive director with the Identity
Theft Resource Center, suggests
adding a security alert on the dece-
dents' credit reports that reads:

"Deceased. Do not isae credit. All
applications are fraudulent. If one is.
tendered, contact (name of estate
executor and phone number)." You
should also contact the Social Security
Administration right after a death.
Foley emphasizes doing this as soon
as possible in an attempt to prevent
identity theft. Here is the fraud contact
information for the credit bureaus:
Equifax, Inc., P.O. Box 105069,
Atlanta, GA 30348-5069; (800) 525-
6285 or (888) 766-0008; Experian
(formerly TRW), P.O. Box 2104,
Alien, TX 75013; (888) 397-3742
(select the option that relates to vic-
tims of fraud); TransUnion Corp.,
Ftaud Victim's Assistance
Department, P.O. Box 6790, Fullerton,
CA 92834; (800) 680-7289; e-mail:
"Our Aim Is Not to Equal, But Excel"
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Socially Speaking
Betty Asque

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

A Reunion of Friends

It.was a July Friday and friends who had connected
when they lived and worked in Florida before marriage
and in some instances before children were visiting the
First Coast at the same time. Each of these friends had
met through the same couple while living on the First
Coast. And the couple, Howard and Mrs. Madeline
Scales Taylor hosted a 'jammin' Seafood Supper for the
group of friends. I bet you didn't know that Mrs. Taylor
could fry up some seafood! Well let me tell you, she
really can. She fried Tilapia Fish and Mayport Shrimp
endlessly it seemed for the more we ate there seemed to
always be even much, much more! With corn muffins,
a Mexican Style Salad and libations galore we found
ourselves 'stuffed' and enjoying every minute of it.
Now let me tell about each of the friends!
From Houston, TX came Mrs. Nicole Bivens
Thomas. Mayo Clinic of Jacksonville brought Mrs.
Bivens Thomas to the First Coast and as she moved up
the Mayo career ladder she met and married Actor
Michael Thomas. Many will recall their lovely wed-
ding at Bethel Baptist Institutional Church several
years ago. The couple now resides in Houston, TX
where Mrs. Bivens Thomas is the Administrative
Director at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital and hubby
Michael finds Houston to be the perfect 'hub' for his
acting career.
Joining the Friday evening fun was Mrs. Bivens
Thomas cousin, Mrs. Gail Wedgeworth. It was great
seeing Mrs. Wedgeworth as we had not seen one anoth-
er since the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Since
then Mrs. Wedgeworth has contracted with Bell South
as and Out Source Planning Engineer.
From Atlanta, GA came Fred and Mrs. Yvette
Kinsey Daniels with their daughters Kinsey and Kasey.
Mrs. Kinsey Daniels while on the First Coast was an
attorney with the State Attorney's office. Mrs. Kinsey
Daniels returned to her hometown of Atlanta when she
married Fred Daniels, Sr. Vice President, Citizens Trust
Bank. Mrs. Kinsey Daniels is Director of Policy and
Legislation for GA's Division of Public Health. Mr.
and Mrs. Daniels stay really, really busy with their
lovely young, daughters and their wonderful careers.
Locally, Ms. Selena, Maafo, General Surgery
Supervisor at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville is still conva-
lescing from surgery recently and even though she was
keeping quite still she moved her convalescence bed to
The Taylor for the evening. I also heard that wedding
bells are going to be ringing for her very, very soon. Oh
how wonderful!!
Locally TPC staffer Les Carter with his lovely wife
Mrs. Michelle Carter and their infant daughter joined
in the fun of being with old friends.
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville Employee Relations.
Coordinator Mrs. Allyson Lyons with her Mom Mrs.
Alice Barnes from Atlanta and a dear friend and Mayo
Clinic Rochester colleague Ms. Brenda Mensink
brought much excitement to the 'evening and the Baby
Shower the next day as Mrs. Lyons and hubby Brian
Lyons are expecting their first child early fall. The
other great news from the family is that Mr. Lyons is the
new director of a college oriented program at Ribault
High School. We can expect good things from this pro-
gram for sure.
It was truly a delightful evening hearing about all
the wonderful accomplishments of such very .fine
young people. What a joy!!
Favorite Summer Photos
When I sent cout an APB for Favorite Summer
Photos the first to respond was my dear Link sister
Mrs. Ernestine Rutledge. Mrs. Rutledge writes, "In
Seattle for my granddaughter's graduation. It has been
wonderful!......The day before my granddaughter Perri's
graduation, I had dinner with she and her younger sis-
ter........Perri will be attending Pepperdine University
in Malibu, CA next month. We're so thankful, and
prayed that she would choose Pepperdine over
Spellman, because she's only 17 and my youngest
daughter,' Tracie *is in N. Hollywood, 25 minutes

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Columnist Betty Asque Davis, Ms. Selena Maafo and
Host Howard Taylor. Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.(Photo byJ.
Mrs. Nicole Bivins Thomas, Houston, TX with her Carl Davis, Sr.)
cousin Mrs. Gail Wedgeworth of Jacksonville (Photo by J.
Carl Davis, Sr.) l fl

Mesdames Brenda Mensink, Alice Barnes and Allyson
Lyons. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

'The Carter Family. Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

Little Mses. Kasey Daniels and Cornetta 'CoCo' Jones.
(Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)
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The Daniels Family from AtlantaGA. (Photo by J.Carl Davis, Sr.)

Hostess Mrs. Madeline Scales-Taylor and J. Carl Davis,
Sr. (Betty Asque Davis)

Little Miss Carter, daughter of Les and Mrs..Michelle
Carter. (Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)

away...just in case..."

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

Mrs. Ernestine Rutledge and granddaughters Taelore
and Perri having dinner together. (Photo courtesy of
Mrs.Ernestine Rutledge)

After graduation Mrs. Ernestine Rutledge with grand-
daughter Perri and her friend Nnika. (Photo courtesy of
Mrs.Erestine Rutledge)
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New test Could Keep

Babies From Contracting

Deadly Infections

.GAINESVILLE, Fla.--The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved a new
test studied at the University of Florida that could lead to better screening for the most com-
mon cause of infection in newborn babies.
Passed from mother to child during birth, group B streptococcus can cause sepsis, pneu-
monia, meningitis, neurological damage and, in a small percentage of newborns, even death.
Although all women are tested for group B streptococcus during pregnancy, current
screening methods can leave some babies at risk for contracting an infection from the bac-
terium. But the new test, which UF researchers studied for several months as part of a clin-
ical trial, allows health-care workers to quickly screen mothers during labor, improving the
odds that babies will receive preventive care so they will not be infected during delivery.
"Without any intervention, (group B strep) is the most common cause of early-onset
infection in newborns," said Dr. Rodney Edwards, a UF assistant professor of obstetrics and
gynecology in the College of Medicine who led the clinical trial at UF, one of six sites to
study the test. "It can cause sepsis, meningitis and pneumonia. The likelihood of dying if you
are a newborn is 5 percent. (With meningitis) even if the baby makes it through the infection
there is a chance of cerebral palsy and cognitive delay."
The new group B strep test, developed by the California-based company Cepheid, allows
doctors to screen for the bacterium during labor. Currently, women are screened for the
organism a few weeks before birth because it takes a few days to receive results from the lab.
But because some women do not contract the organism until after they are tested, some
babies are still at risk for infection.
The first clinical molecular diagnostic test the FDA has approved, the technology can be
adapted to detect other infections such as avian flu and even the deadly bug methicillin-
resistant Staphylococcus aureus,. Cepheid officials say.
About one-quarter of women carry group B streptococcus in their bodies, according to
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The bacterium, typically found in the rec-
tum and vaginal tract, causes few problems for adults, but in babies, whose immune systems
can't fend off bacterial invaders as easily, it can be deadly. The germ differs from group A
streptococcus, which causes strep throat.
Only one to two of every 1,000 babies born develop group B streptococcus infections
within their first week of life, and most of the children who contract the bug do not develop
problems. But of the babies who develop sepsis, meningitis, pneumonia or other complica-
tions from group B streptococcus, about 15 percent die, according to the American College
of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Federal guidelines require doctors to screen all women for the organism between 35 and
37 weeks of pregnancy. Women who test positive are then treated with antibiotics during
labor. "The patients we worry about are the ones who go into labor before their culture is
done." said Amy Murtha, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Duke.
University, who was not involved with the clinical trial.

FAMU Hires New SBI Dean.

TALLAHASSEE Florida A&M University
Provost Debra Austin announced that the university's
renowned School of Business and Industry (SBI) has
S a new leader.
"I am extremely pleased that Dr. Lydia A.
McKinley-Floyd has accepted the SBI deanship,"
Austin said. "She comes to us as a woman of commit-
ment, extensive experience and a solid reputation
among corporate leaders and numerous institutions of
higher learning."
"We have made an important decision with the
appointment of Dr. McKinley-Floyd that will allow us
to stay the course of excellence for SBI."
McKinley-Floyd has more than 25 years of experi-
Dr. Lydia A. ence in higher education in leadership positions at
McKinley-Floyd, such institutions as Clark Atlanta University, Chicago
State (CSU) and Morehouse College. She has a distin-
guished record of service and extensive accreditation knowledge and experience.
Furthermore, McKinley-Floyd, a published researcher, is also a proven fund-raiser in
both the public andprivate sector.
She served for more than three years as the dean of the College of Business at Chicago
State University and is currently employed at Savannah State University as associate dean
and professor of marketing.
"I am happy to become a part of the highly regarded School of Business and Industry
at Florida A&M Universit-," McKinley-Floyd said. "I am quite aware of the significant
changes that are taking place at FAMU. I believe that the university has a bright and
promising future. I look forward to joining the team and contributing to the move to take
SBI and FAMU to the next level."
McKinley-Floyd is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Chicago Circle, where she
earned a bachelor's degree in political science and the University of Chicago's Graduate
School of Business with an MBA, concentration in marketing. She received her doctor-
ate from Emory University.
The newly appointed dean's impressive record also includes serving on the team that
raised more than $1 million for CSU's annual gala; securing more than $2 million from a
number of corporate partners to include Kraft Foods, Freddie Mac and Gannett; and co-
founding the HBCU Dean's Roundtable.
"Clearly, with this appointment, we have made a significant additionto our outstand-
ing faculty and staff," said FAM U Interim PresidentCastell Vaughn Bryant. "We will con-
tinue to build our team for the future \ ith the nation's best and brightest."
NMcKinley-Floyd's appointment is effective August 7, 2006. She will earn $180,000.

Florida Baptist Convention Names

Interim Director Of African-American

Church Planting Department

Maxie Miller, Jr.'
Florida Baptist
Convention Executive
Director-Treasurer John
Sullivan named Maxie
Miller Jr.the interim director
of the Africafn-American
Ministries Division.
Miller relieved Cecil
Seagle; director :9f the
Missions. Division, who has
been temporarily overseeing
the African-American

In time, Sullivan will
make a recommendation for
a full-time director to be
approved by the State Board
of Missions.
While in his interim
position. Miller will contin-
ue with his duties as director
of African-American
Church Planting as well as
assuming the responsibilh-
ties of the division office.
These tasks will include
overseeing the division's
Board-elected and adminis-

trari e approved personnel
and participating in regular
Convention administrative
.staff meetings.
Miller \;as elected by the
State Board to serve as a
regional African-American
church planting field mis-
sionary in 2002.
SIn January, the State
Board elected him to serve
as director of the African-
American Church Planting

Judge James Dean: Monroe County, Florida
Having graduated first in his class from
Howard Law School he was elected
Monroe County judge over two white can-
didates in 1888. (Dean was said to be the
first black county judge elected after
/ reconstruction in Florida.) Governor
Francis P.: Fleming removed him from
office in 1889 for marrying a black woman
and a white man'(although the groom
said he was mulatto). In 2002 Governor
Jeb Bush reinstated his judgeship

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One Third In High Risk Hurricane Area

Say They
According to a new sur-
vey of high-risk hurricane
areas in eight states--
Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana, Mississippi,
North Carolina, South
Carolina and Texas--con-
ducted by the Harvard
School of Public Health
Project on the Public and
Biological Security, one-
third (33%) of residents said
if government officials said
they had to evacuate due to a
major hurricane this season,
they would not or are unsure
if they would leave.
Homeowners (39%), whites
(41%) and long-term resi-
dents (45%) are the groups
most likely to ride out a
major hurricane.
People with children
under 18 are less likely to
remain in their homes
(26%). Mobile home owners
are no more likely to evacu-
ate than the general public.
-The top reasons people
give for not evacuating
involve concerns about safe-
ty and security.
More than two-thirds
(68%) say their home is
well-built and they would be
safe there. Just over half
(54%) feel that roads would
be too crowded, and one in
three (3,6%)'feeis that evacu-
ating would be dangerous.
Close to one-third (31%)
worry that their possessions
would be stolen or damaged.
Contrary to the images

May Ignore Evacuation Order

people might have from
Hurricane Katrina, African-
Americans are less likely
than whites to say they
would stay in their homes if
government officials said
they had to leave in the
event of a major hurricane
(23% versus 41%).
The top reason for both
African-Americans and
whites for not evacuating is
that they feel their homes
would be safe (78% versus

But those African-
Americans who are uncer-
tain they will leave their
homes are more likely than
whites to cite lack of
resources and safety con-
cerns as reasons for staying.
African-Americans are
more than three times as
likely as whites to lack
transportation (29% versus
9%) or to have a physical or
medical problem that makes
it difficult to leave (35%
versus 10%).

SThey are nearly three
times as likely to say they
cannot afford to leave (41%
versus 15%) and over twice
as likely to say they might
not evacuate because they
do not know where to go
(34% versus 14%).
African-Americans are
almost twice as likely as
whites to say that they might
not evacuate because it is
dangerous to do so (60%
versus 33%).

Rap-It-Up/Black AIDS Shorts Subject Film Finalists Named

Networks, the Black AIDS
Institute (The Institute), and
the Kaiser Family
Foundation announced the
10 finalists in the 3rd Annual
Rap-It-Up/Black AIDS
Short Subject Film
Competition (RIU/BASS),
who are now eligible for the,
next level of competition
from which the winning
entry will be selected.
S The ten finalists are:
Beverly Abbott, Casey Arrillaga &
Wyndle Jordan (Reseda, CA),
Odicie; Mya
Baker (Brooklyn, NY),. An
Angel Scorned; Blu Fox (North
Hollywood, CA),
The Gift; Menelek & Tafari
Lumumba (Los Angeles, CA), In
Myr Skin;
Layla Mashavu (Los Angeles,
CA); Lemonade; Johneshia
McCiay (Philadelphia, PA), In
Memory Of; Jerry McGill
(Phoenix, AZ), Degrees Of Anger;
Elliot Porter (Chicago, IL), Draft

Pick; Cassandra Riddick
(Washington, DC), Shining Star;

and Kimberly'' Singleton (New
York, NY), Conscious.

Focus On Africa

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Nigerian dancers perform at the Leon Sullivan Summit
in Abuja, Nigeria Wednesday, July 19, 2006. African and
black American leaders meeting in Nigeria this week
debated an unusual proposal aimed at spurring invest-
ment and interest in the continent, securing African cit-
izenship for American descendants of Africans taken
away as slaves. (AP Photo/George Osodi)

Rice Seeks 'Urgent and Enduring' Peace
S RAMALLAH, West Bank --
Talking to reporters after meeting with
Palestinian President .Mahmoud
i'. *.:l Abbas, Secretary of State
'" Condoleezza Rice said, "We need to
get to a sustainable peace, there must
be a way for people to reconcile their
Rice presented nothing new on the
Palestinian situation, said Palestinian
officials who spoke on condition of
Condoleezza anonymity after their meeting with the
Rice U.S. diplomat. Separately, Palestinian
Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, whose
Hamas party was not present at the session, said from what
he heard about Rice's conversation with Abbas, it "doesn't
argue well" for a solution to the Middle East crisis.
In Israel, Rice reiterated the United States' position that a
cessation of hostilities in Lebanon must come with condi-
tions, saying there is "no desire" on the part of U.S. officials
to come back in weeks or months after terrorists find anoth-
er way to disrupt any potential cease fire. "It is time for a
new Middle East," she said. "It is, time to say to those that
don't want a different kind of Middle East that we will pre-
vail. They will not."

Black Entrepreneur Helping Others
In The Black Community
Augusta,. GA. (PRWEB)-- Eric Brown the owner of
Brown Horizons, a computer consulting company located in
Augusta Georgia, recently announced and launched an
organization titled the "African American Circle Of Friends.
Even though the organization's primary focus is African
Americans, all races and ethnic groups are welcome in the
African American Circle Of Friends.The primary goal of the
"African American Circle Of Friends" is to go city-by-city
and state-by-state within this country the United States of
America to provide hope, help, encouragement, caring, shar-
ing and togetherness to the African American community
and the general population at large using modern technology
to convey messages, provide information, provide ser-ices
and help people fulfill their needs and wishes. This is a true
grass roots campaign lead by Eric Brown's belief in the Lord
through \whom all things are possible.Clients served by the
African American Circle Of Friends come from a variety of
ethnic groups, races, social standings and economic levels.

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of segregation, oppression,.institutional racism, and racial blindness in the larg-
er community. In Jacksonville, 61 percent of the victims and 60 percent of the sus-
pects are black.
It stated that boys need help to become nonviolent men. There is a lack of pos-
itive male role models for many boys and young men in our city.
Hope is essential to a nonviolent life stated the study. Racial and economic iso-
lation, combined with a childhood of witnessing violence, leaves many children
with a feeling of hopelessness.
Prevention is the highest priority, said the report. The long-term answer to
reducing violence and lowering the murder rate is prevention. Prevention approach-
es cost less and have far greater impact than anything else.
Ending the violence requires rehabilitation. For those caught in a cycle of crim-
inal activity, rehabilitation is often the answer to end the violence.



Recommendation 1. Deter violent behavior among young adult men:
Jacksonville has many young men (ages 18-35), particularly young black men, who,
within neighborhoods, tend to congregate in groups that may be drawn into illegal
and violent behavior that contributes directly to the murder rate. While these
groups may not be organized as "gangs" (as the term is popularly understood), the
reality on the street is that they are affected by group dynamics that often escalate
into violence over perceived insults and "disrespect.".
The City of Jacksonville, in partnership with local neighborhood organiza-
tions, faith-based leaders, and MAD DADS, should implement the Ceasefire strate-
In conjunction with this initiative, community social service organizations,
education institutions, and employers should provide assistance to young people
seeking a way out of violent, self-destructive behaviors.
The Jacksonville Sheriffs Office and State Attorney's Office should work close-
ly with this initiative to communicate with young people that they will hold the
entire group accountable.

Recommendation 2. Get illegal guns off the street

B. Long-term

Preventing future murders requires addressing a series of underlying problems
and risk factors identified in this report.

Recommendation 3. Admit and address racism

Recommendation 4. Fund successful programs

Recommendation 5. Provide strong positive male role models

Recommendation 6. Improve economic opportunity

Recommendation 7. Improve the relationship between law enforcement and
the community

Recommendation 8. Address the culture of violence

Recommendation 9. -Differentiate drug traffickers from users

Recommendation 10. Target domestic violence

Recommendation 11. Help children succeed in school

Recommendation 1)2: Rehabilitate ex-offenders

Facilitate re-entry into the community

Mentor inmates to help turn them around

Prepare inmates for employment after release

Review sentencing guidelines


Recommendation 13. Implement the strategy: The Mayor and Sheriff should
jointly establish and fund an implementation task force with broad citizen partici-
pation and staff support with the charge to advocate for the implementation of this
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this?" It is speculated that the shooters were seriously after Willie Davis Jr. in retal-
iation for a dispute that had occurred earlier. The community advised the officers
about the dispute, naming Willie Davis, Jr., 22, as the possible target and Tajuan
Dubose, 18, Rasheem Dubose, 22 and Terrell Dubose, 20, as persons of interest. It
is believed the three were riding in a white Chevy Impala or Chevy Lumina. This
situation is critical.
All of the persons of interest have extensive arrest records dealing with such
crimes as burglary, fraud/swindle, simple assault, drugs, motor vehicle theft, and
aggravated assault. Davis has a number of traffic incidents and there was no
releasable history for Tajuan Dubose. The incidents mentioned are not for all of the
people of interest.
The sheriff asked the community to please call Crimestoppers at 866-845-TIPS
(8477). You will remain anonymous. The calls go through Texas. Remember, $1,000
is given for information causing an arrest of certain criminals in Jacksonville.

Name continued from A-1
she was shot. The neighborhood has experienced many incidents.
In fact, Pernell Davis, 33, had been seen in the neighborhood quite often when
he broke a window and entered one of the houses. An eleven-year-old was there at
the time. He laid on the floor and called his father, because he felt the father could
get to the house faster than the police, to save him. And, his father did arrive, so the
man quickly left before he could harm the child or remove any objects.
Because the father, his relatives and friends were determined to find the suspect-
ed burglar or whatever else his intentions may have been, they canvassed the area
until they did. The father said, this is our home, our neighborhood, and we are not
going to let the drug addicts and gun-toting thugs take it away, said his wife. Davis
had an extensive police record, had served time in prison but was out again. He was
arrested after the father and neighbors apprehended him. His bond has been set for
Even though a gun was,not used in the beating death of Darius Waters, he was
killed and all but two of the suspects were apprehended. It was later learned that
Stephanie Phillips, 26, of Piedmont Road hid them at her place. She has been
charged with capital felony as an accessory after the wanted men were apprehended
by the sheriffs office SWAT team. The woman is being held without bail.
So, when Sheriff Rutherford say, with the initiation of "Operation Safe Streets",
"We are coming after you," he is serious. Believe him!
Columnists continued from A-I
Gregory Kane of the Baltimore Sun, whose politics are at odds with Pelosi's,
.chose to emphasize Pelosi's Baltimore roots.
"Not everything Pelosi remembers about Baltimore is positive," Kane wrote
Saturday, explaining that Pelosi was born "Nancy D'Alesandro, daughter of
Annunciata and Thomas J. D'Alesandro Jr., better known to Baltimoreans as 'Old
Tommy.' .D'Alesandro Jr. who was mayor of Baltimore from 1947 to 1959, the man
who brought major league baseball and National Football League franchises to
Baltimore. Thomas D'Alesandro III yes, he would be 'Young Tommy' was mayor
of Baltimore from 1967 to 1971."
"She. recalled how 'Young Tommy,' when he was mayor, was booed at, of all
places, Baltimore's annual I Am An American Day Parade. Pelosi suspects that her
brother was booed because white ethnics who attended the parade didn't care for her
brother's pro-civil rights, pro-integration stand."
Kane also noted, "Outside her office in the Capitol sits a bust of W.E.B. DuBois
a leader of the Niagara Movement that led, to the founding of the NAACP and
renowned educator Mary McLeod Bethune." Pelosi said some visitors confuse
DuBois with Lenin.

Suspicious Letter And Powder

Sent To NAACP Headquarters

By Tracy Stokes, BET.com Staff Writer & Wire Services

Five days after hate-filled letters popped utp at NAACP branches in Baltimore,
New York City and Norfolk, Va., a fourth letter containing a suspicious powder was
sent to the civil rights organization's Atlanta office.
FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett wouldn't say whether the letter was sentby a sin-
gle person or from where it was sent. The other three letters originated from Baton
Rouge, La.
But what.Emmett did say is that he believed all of the letters are linked because
thej were sent around the same time period, and the content of the letter and the
writing on the envelope appeared to be the same, the Associated Press reported.
Investigators don't believe the powder found in Wednesday's letter is harmful,
but it is being analyzed, AP reported. ,
Marvin Cheatham, Sr., who heads, the Baltimore branch of the NAACP, said at a
news conference this week, that when he opened the letter sent to there, he found
himself covered in white power, and the first thing he thought was that it was
anthrax. Authorities later identified the powder found in the letters sent to Baltimore
and Norfolk as boric acid -- a common insecticide.
The substance found in New York has not yet been identified, AP reported.
Cheatham said the NAACP will not be intimidated, adding that these actions
only "give us more fire, not less." I
The FBI is classifying all the letters sent as hate crimes.







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Volunteer Mrs. Rosie Brown of Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. shows interest as young participants listen dur-
ing a presentation at the Reading Program held at the church.

Reading Program

Was A Summer Breeze

For Local Youth
.... ~ The Sunmer
I R e a d i n.g
Program\ at 1 2e "7 r y
SO i Historic Mt.
E Zion A.M.E.
Church was a
very special
time for all -
youth of school
age. pre-school-
ers. chaperones. Youngsters select books to read from the varied choic-
Sand guest stu- es.
s hodents and \\ho were also invited.
: Lois J. Roberts Allenites Club sponsored this illn\ati\e acti\lt. to
ri |encourage, motivate and inspire the yoiug students to attend the file once a
week sessions.
With the help of club members and other chtich volunteers, the reading
Lois J. Roberts Allenites Club program \\as held from 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon June 27 through July 25. M rs.
President Olivia Young intro- ()li via Young, the enthusiastic club president initiated the idea and arranged
duces Mrs. Marsha Dean Phelts for purchase of books for the availability, of young readers.
and shows her book "American
Beach for African Americans". Reading Program oiniura,jl B-4

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By Rose Rennekamp

No One Road
to Success
You may have seen one
of the many news stories
this spring about what a
tough year it was for col-
lege admission--how more
students were denied
admission or wait-listed
than ever before. But what
may have been lost in
some news reports is that
the "worst year in college
admissions" affected just a
very small percentage of
students applying to only
the most selective colleges
and universities.
Many students, and
even their parents, believe
that to be successful, they
have to go to one of those
"Big Name" universities.
While it's true that stu-
dents at elite universities
get a great education;
make important connec-.
tions with students, staff
and alumni; and can hang

a diploma in their office
that has the "big name"
seal of approval on it, stu-
dents who go to smaller,
less-selective colleges and
universities often enjoy
the same kinds of things,
only with a different seal
on their diplomas.
One of the richest,
most successful men in the
world, investor Warren
Buffett, graduated from a
state university. His alma
mater, the University of
Nebraska, is a great
school, which obviously
gave him a fantastic edu-
cation--but it's not an elite
What's important for
you, and your parents, to
realize is that with more
than 3,500 two-year and
four-year colleges and uni-
versities out there, it's
pretty hard to believe that
you could only be happy at
one, single school. My son
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university that I never
would have considered for
him, that is, until he told
me during his senior year
in high school that it was
on his "top 10 list."
Do some research to
fill out your own top 10
list. Start out with a broad
college search. You can
search for free at www.act-
student.org. There you can
narrow down colleges by
how close they are to hom-
-or how far awa--by aver-
age GPA, even by major;
If students are relative-
ly certain what they want
to stud--business, comput-
er science or education,
finding a school that offers
a strong program in that
major can be more impor-
tant to 'them than the pres-
tige of a certain school that
may not even offer the
major they're considering.
Ask someone working
in the field that interests
you which schools offer a

Community Hospice Offering Four Scholarships
There's still time to submit your scholarship application! Spread the word!
Community Hospice of Northeast Florida is making available four scholarships for
African-American students who have experienced hospice and/or have experienced a
loss in their immediate families.
One scholarship will be awarded in each of the following four categories: Liberal
Arts a student at Edward Waters College; Health Care a student in the nursing pro-
gram at Florida Community College at Jacksonville (FCCJ); Arts a student at Douglas
Anderson or LaVilla School of the Arts; and Higher Education a high school senior
who has participated in Community Hospice's Camp Healing Powers.
The deadline has recently been extended! Applications must be postmarked no later
than August 18.
The winning applicants will be notified by August 31. Presentation of the scholar-
ships will take place during the Living Through Giving gala event on Saturday,
September 9. For more information, please call 904.407.6176.

Publix's Back To School Festival
Publix Super Market will offer free back to k ..
school, activities and goodies to parents and chil-
dren at all Jacksonville area public locations d
Saturday, July 29, 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. _
Parents are invited to bring their children for a
day of fun-filled activities at their favorite store
Items to be given away include Publix Mini-
Backpacks to the first 250 children at the event,
"Publix Supports Youth Soccer" Magnet Picture
Frames to the first 200 parents attending the event,
distribution of "Child Safety Kits" to parents, and
fun children's activities featuring Plato.

good foot in the door when
starting that career. It's a
great way to find out about
some colleges you may
never have considered.
To figure out which of
the schools on your list
will be the best fit, visit the
colleges' websites and try
to talk to people who have
gone to those schools.
Many schools now even
offer current students by
email, phone or Internet
message board to answer
the questions of prospec-
tive students. Visiting a-
college in person can also
be a very important step in
finding the right fit.
-A woman I know was
all set to go to a large, state
university a few hours
from home, until she went
to visit for the weekend.
She says she just never felt
comfortable there, so by.
Saturday afternoon, she
told her mom that she was-
ready to leave.

She went home, and
started a whole new list of
potential colleges. She
ended up at a smaller, pri-
vate college, and was very
happy with her choice.
There isn't one single
path to success. Getting a
great education and mak-
ing contacts for future,
careers happens at col-
leges big and small, public
and private, regardless of
how "prestigious" -they
may be.
Rose Renriekamp is
the vice president of com-
munications for ACT. She
is a mom and has a mas-
ter's of education in guid-
ance and counseling. For
more college and career-
planning information,
visit www.act.org. Have a
question you want
answered in a future col-
umn? Send a letter to this
newspaper or e-mail Rose
at AskRose@act.org.

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Reading Program

Continued From Cover

To introduce the
youngsters to the whole
spectrum of the joy of
reading and the accessi-
bility of other resources,

activities included: talks
from Jacksonville librari-
ans--Ms. Jani French,
librarian, Raiford Brown
Eastside Branch; from the

Main Library--Deputy
Director Mrs. Carolyn
Shehee Williams (an
Allenite of Historic Mt.
Zion), and Library
Supervisors Ms. Patricia
Morrison and Ms.
Margaret Morford.
On another day the
Summer Readers were
bussed to the Main Library
where they met their

guests--students from the
Day Care Center at
Church Fellowship, 9077
Lem Turner Rd. (Elder
Terry Hill, Pastor).
Their Summer pro-
gram is called "Camp
Fish" and their chaperones
were: Taneishia Ross,;
Arril Pottinger; Chakene'
Cross; LeTrell Clark;
Michael Walker; Daresha

and TaQuilya Cross.
On another occasion,
the two groups of young-
sters were thrilled by the
storytelling and talk pre-
sented by Mrs. Marsha
Dean Phelts.
During each of the
days the young readers
were rewarded with prizes,
school supplies and other
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Keyone Cousar and Taylor Wriht, young Mt. Zionites,
enJoy books together.,

Mrs. Marsha Dean Phelts makes a presentation to the campers.

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Taran Clayton (center), a Camp Fish participant in the
six-eight age group, is eager to ask a question.
Shown with him from left are, Chakene' Cross (camp
counselor), Letrell Clark (camp counselor), and
Taneishia Ross (camp counselor)

Camp Fish participants from left are, Kechon Bing
and Leroy Yeartie .

Camp Fish participants mull around the book selections. From left are, Arril
Pottinger (camp counselor), Kaila Johnson, Jahdeja Riddles, Deja-Green,
Taneishia Ross (camp counselor), Davon Whitty, Douglas Jones, Triston Hunt,
and Chakene' Cross (camp counselor).

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goodies including
.' r. .Jacksonville Public Library
'... information schedules and
bags to carry their books and
other items. Lunch was
enjoyed after each meeting.
a.l:l irThis Summer Reading
ff1-. : Program was so interesting to
:all involved that the allenites
~ ll f Historic Mt. Zion tossed
around the idea of conducting
I- ,.some Saturday meetings dur-
ing the school year. Special
.- thanks were extended to
Michael Phelts (photos) and
.. the allenites who were present
: -at each session: Olivia Young;
I Elizabeth Downing;
Vanestine Small; Anne
McIntosh; Charlotte Stewart;
volunteers, "junior" Allenite
:.. Tasheka Young; Jeanette and
,Lynette Myers and other help-
ful members of Mt. Zion.
Pastor Frederick
4 ,Richardson was out of town
I~"vr ~I '. ; .!; attending the .Christian
Education Conference, but
,t ,he was very. happy for the
Success of this exciting ven-,
!I..i: I i nEdT taure.
Shown here are TaSheka Young, James Ellis, Jachelle Ellis, and Taylor Wright.

Two of the Allenite members standing with Mrs. Marcia Dean Phelts (right) are
Mrs. Ruth Thomas and Mrs. Anne Mclntosh.

Historic Mt. Zion volunteers: Phyllis Murray, Rosie
Brown, Virginia Miller, and Vanestine Small. Theyare
all club members of the host club Lois J. Roberts

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Jurassic 5 'Is

Back On Track

With 'Feedback' .t ,

Since their debut in 2000, Jurassic 5 has always made hip-hop t i .
that's groovy and gangsta-free. The fivesome's third album,
"Feedback," is their best yet, celebrating classic '70s sounds, '80s
West Coast rap and music's overall- feel-good factor. Charlie 2na, i
Zaakir, Akil, Mark 7 and newcomer Nu Mark (who replaces
longtime DJ Cut Chemist, who left in 2004) even mix it up with '
Latin rhythms, rocker Dave Matthews and super-producer Scott i _
Storch. Jurassic 5
The guys rhyme about discovering hip-hop in the '80s in
"Radio," which sounds like a classic jam from that era. "In the House" samples from the L.A. Dream Team, an early Los Angeles hip-hop act.
The '70s show up in "Gotta Understand," with a hook reminiscent of Curtis Mayfield, and "Turn it Out," which channels Parliament.
Matthews adds melody to "Work it Out," the kind of upbeat anthem that inspires spontaneous swaying. Storch works his magic on "Brown
Girl," a sexy jam featuring reggae duo Brick & Lace.
The rappers speak their minds most on "End Up Like This," which looks at the ill effects of abundant violence, and "Where We At," which
upholds the value of smart rhymes and questions the popularity of gangsta rap.
Akil sings, "I refuse to bust gats and water down my raps."
Jurassic 5 MCs Chali 2na, Zaakir (Soup), Akil and Marc 7 and DJs Cut Chemist and Nu-Mark conjure an energy that recalls a throw-
back era in hip-hop, when the only thing that seemed to matter was the music and having fun.. The time of park jams and block parties, of will-
ful braggadocio and stylish wordplay, of crafty disc jockeys and handclap beats. J5 have always displayed characteristics of those back-in-the-
day jams, like their powerful vocal harmonizing and amplified funk beats, but what the group embody more than stylistic flourishes is that
era's spirit: making good music that connects with the people.
That sentiment is especially true on Power In Numbers, which the group describes as an all-together different sounding album but one still
is very much a part of the Jurassic 5 tradition. "We all knew we wanted to do something different than what we had done before, with a whole
new sound and a whole new texture to the music,"

S'' scratch with no regard to what we had done before,
... 'experimenting with technique and sound."
: i Jurassic 5's roots lie in the L.A. Underground, a
r hip-hop movement centered around The Good Life
,. M,- w'' Cafe open-mic. space in the heart of South Central Los
AL" Angeles' old jazz district, where dozens of MCs and
DJs would congregate regularly to perform. During its
Most prolific period (1991-1994), the L.A.
Underground was a Mecca of musical .innovation,
-spawning groups like The Pharcyde and Freestyle
a" Fellowship; more importantly, the movement encour-
'f -aged its artists to constantly balance progressive styles
..., and good music an idea that still resonates with J5,
the most successful group to emerge from that scene.
Jurassic 5 formed in 1993 as the union between two
separate hip-hop groups, Rebels of Rhythm and Unity
MAN IN DEMAND--Pharrell is photographed at his clothing showroom in New Committee, both frequent participants at The Good
York, July 19, 2006. The uber-cool songwriter and producer, one half-of the
superduo production, team The Neptunes, is arguably the most omnipresent s r
hitmaker on the planet. His slightly off-key falsetto is heard on smashes for taneous, one-off single, "Unified Rebelution," which
artists ranging from Jay-Z to Snoop Dogg to Justin Timberlake, while his sleek made a deep impression with true hip-hop heads
visage is prominently featured in their videos. In addition, he's fronted his own everywhere. Its success emphasized the chemistry
punk/hip-hop hybrid group, N.E.R.D; has his own clothing line, The Billionaire each of the artists had with one another and they decid-
Boys Club; his own shoe, the skater-boy Ice Cream sneaker; and was recently ed to form Jurassic 5 as a singular musical unit.
named as the.face of the luxury goods staple (Louis Vuitton. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)

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Jacksonville Urban League Installs New Officers

The Jacksonville Urban League hosted its Annual
Meeting at the Ritz Theatre and LaVilla Museum. During
the event, the agency profiled its successes to the communi-
ty at large by releasing its 2006 Annual Report.
Judge Brian Davis installed new board officers and mem-
bers and thanked the outgoing board members. The JUL
also recognized and honored its employees by presenting
them with an Urban league pin indicating their years of serv-
ice. A reception followed.
New officers installed by Judge Davis for the year
include Derrick Smith, CSX Transportation, Chair; Maribel
Hernandez, Jacksonville Aviation authority, Vice Chair;
macdonald Auguste, Rayonier, Inc., Treasurer; andre
Higgins, Assistant Treasurer; Brian McDuffie,
McConnaughhay, Duffy, Coonrod, Pope & Weaver,
Secretary; Rev. Odell Smith, Second Missionary Baptist



Church, Chaplain; and Debra Kloeppel Wotiz, Rising Tides,
Inc., Immediate Past Chairman.
Elected to the Board of Directors were Michael Blaylock,
jacksonville Transportation Authority; Douglas Booher, The
St. Joe Company; Brian Dunmore, PGA Tour; Andrew
Fawbush, LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae; Wayne
Givens, JM Family Enterprises; Zoraida Jirau, Crowley
Maritime Corporation; Bradley Johnson, Foley & Lardner;
Beth Mehaffey, Baptist Health; Philip Mobley, Blue Cross
Blue Shield of Florida; George "Buddy" Schultz, Holland &
Knight; J. Sabrina Simmons, Convergys; Bill Soumis, UPS;
Deborah Thompson, First Coast African American Chamber

of Commerce; Michael Wilkes, nationwide Insurance &
Financial Services; Angie Williams-Hollowell, Anheuser
Busch; and, Chip Vance, Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
Founded in 1947, the Jacksonville Urban League is a
non-profit, community-based organization, devoted to
empowering African Americans and other minorities to
enter the economic and social mainstream.
The Jacksonville Urban League implements its mission
through advocacy, coalition building, program services and
by promoting communication and understanding among the

School Bus Transportation Local Minister

Call Center Is Open

Currently, school bus transportation is provided free to all students who live more than
one and a half (1.5) miles from their school. One and one-half miles (1.5) is considered a rea-
sonable walking distance to a bus route for students who are eligible to ride a school bus.
Please be aware that the Duval County School Board policy is different than that required by
state law. State law'establishes a two mile limit before transportation is provided. Since the
law has a two mile limit, the school district is not paid for transported students who live
between the one and a half (1.5) mile limit and the two mile limit.
Transportation for students participating in the magnet and exceptional education pro-
grams is provided under specific guidelines. Transportation is not guaranteed for magnet stu-
dents applying after the magnet application deadline.

Bus Transportation for Students in Exceptional Education
Parents/guardians of students in self-contained exceptional education programs, who are
assigned to bus routes designed for these students must notify the. Exceptional Student
Education Admissions office at 904-390-2073 of address changes or alternate pick-up and/or
drop-off address requests. Please include current home, work and emergency phone numbers
when requesting transportation. At least a one-week advance notice of any transportation
requests is advisable so that services will not be interrupted. All changes require at least three
working days to process.
Bus schedules are a\ allable from the school to which your child is assigned. For addition-
al information, please call::

Neighborhood and MNagnet Routes 1904) 858-6200
7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m..
Monday Friday

Exceptional Student Education Routes (904) 858-6235

89th Birthday

Rev. John W. Garner

Rev. John W. Garner of
Jacksonville celebrated his
89th birthday on July 17.
He enjoys going to pris-
ons preaching the word of
God to prisoners while serv-
ing with the Prison
Fellowship ministries.
Rev. Garner is a devoted.
member of Shiloh.
Metropolitan Baptist Church
where Rev. Darryl Gilyard is

Wilnita Tonique Allen and Kenyon Morrell Meadows
were married on Tuesday, July 18, 2006 at 2:00 p.m., in
Memorial Park (Riverside and Margaret Street in
Jacksonville, FL), The Bride is the daughter of the
late Willie Thomas Allen and Dr. Anita Carter Allen,
graduated from William M. Raines High school and
Florida A&M University with a degree in Business
Administration. The Groom is the son of the late
William Lawrence Meadows and Barbara Jean.
Meadows. He graduated from Case Western Reserve
University for both his undergraduate and medical
degrees, he completed his residency in Radiation
Oncology at the University of Florida. The couple will
make their home in Dothan, AL. Dr. Meadows will join
the team of 21st Oncology.

'Catch Your Breath' Women And Lung Health Luncheon

The American Lung
Association of Florida will
partner with its medical sec-
tion, the Florida Thoracic
Society, to host "Catch Your
Breath," a luncheon to pro-
vide lung health education
to women.
The luncheon will be
held 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on
Thursday, August 24 in The
Terrace Suite at Alltel

Stadium, One Alltel Stadium
The luncheon will fea-
ture distinguished speakers,
delicious food, a fashion
show, raffle, silent auction
and a Tree of Life memorial.
Speakers include
Kathryn Blake, PharmD,
Nemours Children's Clinic;
Margaret Johnson, M.D.,
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville;

Veena Antony, M.D.,
University' of Florida
College of Medicine; Pat
Keith, Mayo Clinic
Jacksonville's lung. trans-
plant- patient; and Ellen
Glasser, cycling across
America with a stop smok-
ing message.
Lung disease is the third
leading cause of death in the
United States and women

are more likely to suffer
from it than men.
Lung cancer kills twice
as many women annually
than breast cancer.
The luncheon will pro-
vide an opportunity to learn
about tools the Lung
Association has developed
to help women make deci-
sions regarding treatment
and recovery.

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Ask Deanna! is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based sub-

Dear Deanna!
My friend and I traveled on vacation together When we got
to our destination, she claimed she lost her wallet and did-
n 't have any money. I didn't mind financially supporting her
on the trip. When the trip was over and we were 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) "

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
capabilities. 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 bigdzeal. Ifeel humil-
iated and want to know if it's wrong to let his fiancee know her future husband is a
Hurt on the Job (Glen Burney, MD)

Dear Hurt:
You should 'tpoop 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
supervisor 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.
Dear Deanna!
I've been engaged for almost three years and I'm ready to get married or call it quits.
Myfiancee 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 conversa-
tion. 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 ifyou consider his stall tactics as excuses. A relation-
ship is like a new job. It takes 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 does-
n 't, you need to kiss the wedding bells good-bye, give the ring back and keep it mov-

Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeannal@yahoo.com or Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega,
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Life lost to Obesity: Not Just Quality

With two out of three Americans overweight today, we're learning more and ore about the numerous ways that carrying excess weight can really affect our health
and diminish our quality of life.
But you may not have heard the hard facts about how overweight and obesity can diminish your quantity of life.
Simply put, overweight people die younger. On average, they lose as many years to their excess weight as smokers lose to their cigarettes.
It stands to reason, doesn't it? With all the health problems that we know are caused or worsened by excess weight, it is to be expected that those who carry an
excess would die sooner than those who don't.
Still, we don't often hear the cost of our extra calories expressed in such stark terms. In the popular media, we've typically seen our weight problems discussed as
a function of appearance and appeal, and feel the imperative to lose weight in order to be more attractive and more successful.
The medical establishment has been warning about the risks of obesity and overweight in terms that address their health consequences, but. early death is seldom
mentioned among these.
Yet Dutch researchers studying Americans found that there's a lot to lose for those who don't lose their extra pounds. Published in the Annals of Internal
Medicine, the data from the Dutch study were gathered from more than 3,450 subjects between the ages of 30 and 59.
The researchers categorized people according to their body mass index, or BMI. A BMI of 19 to 24 is typically considered healthy, while a BMI of 25 to 29 is
considered overweight, and a BMI of 30 or more is clinically obese.
Among those subjects who were overweight but not actually obese, the study showed that 40-year-old female nonsmokers lost 3.3 years of life due to
their excess weight.
In this weight class, the 40-year-old male nonsmokers lost 3.1 years of life expectancy.
;For non-smokers who were clinically obese, the news only got worse for women, who lost about seven years of life because of their obesity, while the men of this
size lost justunder six years.
That's six Thanksgivings, six New Year's Eves, and who knows how many grandchildren born. That's six'Superbowls they'll miss, six World Series they won't
Not surprisingly, the loss is much greater for overweight smokers. When we add the strain and damage of cigarettes to the body?s burden of obesity, the loss dou-
bles, to around 13 years for both men and women.
That's 13 birthdays, 13 Independence Day fireworks shows, 13 years of some special child's school pictures that will be missed. When you think about it in such
personal and specific terms, those extra calories suddenly seem so much more costly.
"Obesity and overweight in adulthood are associated with large decreases in life expectancy and increases in early mortality," the the journal reported. "Because of the
increasing prevalence of obesity, more efficient prevention and treatment should become high priorities in public health."But what "prevention and treatment" means
depends on who you talk to, and it's becoming an increasingly controversial issue, with some saying that overweight is an individual problem caused by individual
etions, and therefore one that should be dealt with.
We face tremendous pressure to eat often and eat poorly, and there are consequences to that, for everyone, even those who are not personally overweight.
American's weight-related health expenses now exceed $130 billion per yead, and that gets spread across everyone's health costs.
And that says nothing of the incalculable economic cost to businesses and communities in lost human time and potential.
And it says nothing of the immeasurable loss to families and individuals, of those moments on birthdays and holidays, of those stories and photographs that end
up missing someone, lost early to a. preventable weight problem.
Obese American males lose an average of six years of life expectancy to their excess weight. Six birthdays, six family Christmases, six Super Bowl
Sunday. Thinking about the consequences of obesity in such personal and specific terms, carl really drive home the cost of those extra calories.

Caroline J..Cederquist, M.D. is a board certified Family Physician and a board certified Bariatric Physicians (the medical specialty of weight management). She special-
izes in lifetime weight management at the Cederquist Medical Wellness Center, her Naples, FL private practice, you can also get more information about Dr. Cederquist
and her weight management plan by visiting www.DietToYourDoor.com

She is the author of Helping Your Overweight Child A Family Guide, which is available at, Dr.Cederquist.com, Amazon.com, or by calling toll-free 1-800-431-1579.


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Jacksonville's Community and Senior Center
Sen ices Program \%ill present the 25th Annual
Senior Prom "Remember the Times" on Friday,
August 4, from 6-10 p.m. at the Prime F. Osborn
Convention Center. The Fabulous Moods of Roger
Glover \ ill provide musical entertainment. Tickets
include dinner. The, are available at Mlan L.
Singleton Senior Center, 150 E. 1st St. For cost and
more information, call Jeannie Bald\ in at 630-0952
or the senior center at 630-0095.
Post 197 presents "'Back To School...Back To
Basics" Saturday. July 29. 2179 Benedict Rd. The
event will be held from 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. School
supplies \\ill be provided. Activities include face
painting, door prizes, guest speakers, and food.
MIITTEE-The Stanton Vocational Alumni from
1959 through 1970( \\ill hold their annual event on
August 5 from 6:30-11:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn on
Commonwealth Ave. "Back To the Sixties': is the
theme. Participants are asked to wear Afro hairstyles
and Bellbottoms. The alumnus \\ho wears the best
60's attire \will win a prize. Alumni Worship Service
\will be held on August 6 at Ne\\ Colossians
Missionary Baptist Church located at 1154 W. 31 St.
where Rev Ambrose NMerkison is Pastor. The service
begins at 10:45 a.m. For more information call Carol
Mann at (904) 765-4080 or Ben Pinkney at (904)
There \will be an Early College Program meeting on
Monday, July 31, 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the Jean Ribault
High School's Media Center. The public is invited to
attend and gain knowledge on how a student can earn
an Associates Degree upon graduating from High
School. For additional Information contact Dean
Stafford at 924-3092.
CLASS MEETING-Northwestem 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 asked to please attend. Anthony
Hickson and Bobbie Smiley coordinator. For more
information call 607-8524.
BLOCK PARTY-The American Poor people Party
presents a "Block Party" on Jul\ 29 from 12 Noon
until 5:00 p.m. on xa\ier Street between 45th and
Talladega Rd. Music. performers, food, fun. and
information will be available.
being made for the January 6, 2007 Matthew W.
Gilbert High School 9th Annual Reunion
Celebration. T\wo representatives from each class
1952-1970 are asked to become involved. A meeting
\%ill be held Tuesday. August 8 and every other
Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at Matthew wi. gilbert Middle
School. For additional information contact Almeyta
J. Lodi (904) 355-7583 or Vi\ian W. williams at
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.
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. Carol.nI
Sutton at (904) 764-4291, Janet- Simon at (9040 696-
2034. or Carl Porter at (904) 673-5066.






AT (904) 766-8834

Seeds of Change Completes First Neighborhood

Cleanup In Northwest Jacksonville

As part of Mayor John
Peyton's Seeds of Change:
Growing Great
Neighborhoods initiative,
numerous city agencies
joined forces with residents
to conduct a comprehensive
cleanup in Northwest
From July 10-21, the
team collected nearly 57,000
pounds of trash, issued more
than 1,300 property safety
citations, removed hundreds
of. junk vehicles and
cleared numerous vacant
lots of overgrown brush and
"Keeping our neighbor-
hoods clean and safe is a top
priority for government, but
we cannot do it alone.
Citizen participation is a
vital ingredient to building
strong communities," said
Mayor Peyton. "Through
this cleanup and other Seeds
of Change programs, we are
working together with our
residents to strengthen com-
munity pride while remov-
ing structures and other ele-
ments that may encourage
crime." .
During the two-week
cleanup, residents were
encouraged to participate by
placing household garbage

Fraternity Launching
Local Effort
To Support MLK
National Memorial
Groundbreaking for the
Martin Luther King Jr.
National Memorial is cur-
rently scheduled. for
November 4, 2006.
This event will take
placed on a four-acre site,
next to the Tidal Basin in
Washington D. C. on a direct
line between the Lincoln
and Jefferson Memorials:
giving Dr. King a place of
honor among our nation's
most revered heroes.
The Memorial will honor
not only a great man, but
also the values that empow-
ered his Leadership: These
values include courage.and
truth, unconditional love and
forgiveness,. justice and
equality, reconciliation and
peace, brotherhood and sis-
The National Project
depends on the Foundation
raising an estimated $100
million, which is required to
complete' the memorial. All
necessary funds must be
Raised privately. No govern-
ment funding has been allo-
cated to create I this
Memorial. With the support
of Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity Inc. and the City
of Jacksonville IT CAN BE
SThe Jacksonville Chapter
of Alpha .Phi Alpha
Fraternity Inc. has pledged
.to raise $100,000.00, We.
need your support. We chal-
lenge you to give sacrificial-
ly towards this monumental
* building project. Please note
that all donations are. tax
deductible. Our tax ID num-
ber is 77-0621980.," .said
Michael R. Mayberry,
President of Upsilon
Lambda Chapter Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity Inc.
For the public's conven-
ience, the fraternity, has

established a central loca-
tion to drop off contributions
for this worthy cause.
Members of the fraterni-
ty will be located at the
Jacksonville Landing on the
first' floor, Suite 106
between the hours 12 p.m. to
6:00 p.m. on Saturday,
August 12,

and large items not typically
collected by regular trash
service at their curbs for
The city's Solid Waste
Division, using 'inmate
labor, collected 56,634
pounds of mixed debris --
enough to cover a regulation
basketball court 3 feet deep.
Crews also collected 720
tires, which would span half
a mile if placed end to
Meanwhile, the Property
Safety Division's
Neighborhood Enforcement
Action Team (NEAT),
which has been actively
working in the neighbor-
hood since May, cited 1,315
noncompliant property own-
ers for issues such as over-
grown weeds, trash, unsafe

structures and junk vehicles.
Approximately 695 resi-
dents received citations for
junk/abandoned vehicles;
approximately 348 vehicles
were hauled away.
Since May, 173 vacant
lots in Northwest
Jacksonville have been
mowed and cleared of trash
and debris through the nui-
sance abatement process to
help prevent possible crimi-
nal activity or vagrants.
Mayor Peyton's Seeds of
Change initiative, which
launched in May, is
designed to drive meaning-
ful, measurable and visible
change in neighborhoods
across Jacksonville through
partnerships with residents,
neighborhood associations
and business, community

and faith leaders.
The initiative focuses on
enhancing beautification
and infrastructure, improv-
ing public safety and
increasing home ownership.
Many elements of the
initiative will be implement-
ed citywide, but some pro-
grams focus on smaller
areas targeted as pilot proj-
The two pilot neighbor-
hoods are Historic Arlington
and Northwest Jacksonville,
specifically the 29th Street
and Chase Avenue and
Moncrief Road and 45th
Street areas.
For more information
.about the.Seeds of Change:
Growing Great
Neighborhoods initiative,
visit www.coj.net.

Jax SCLC Seeking Nominations For President
The Jacksonville Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership
Conference (SCLC) is seeking nominations for the office of
Persons nominated must possess the ability to listen, analyze,
think clearly, work well with people individually and in a group. .
They must also be willing to prepare for and attend board and com-
mittee meetings, ask questions, take responsibility and follow through
on a given assignment, contribute personal and self evaluation.
"This individual must also possess honesty, sensitivity to and tol-
erance'of differing views, a friendly, responsive, and patient
approach, community-building skills, personal integrity, and a sense
of humor," said Dorothy Mitchell. Interested person should contact Dr. Martin L.
Mitchell at (904) 768-8114 or Maggie Alford at (904) 356-4454. King, Jr.
In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Southern Christian
Leadership Conference (SCLC) is renewing its commitment to bring about the promise of
"one nation, under God, indivisible" together with the commitment to activate the "strength
to love" within the community of humankind. Founded February 14, 1957, the SCLC is a
nonprofit, non-sectarian, inter-faith, advocacy organization that is committed to non-violent
action to achieve social, economic,, and political justice.
The SCLC focus is to promote spiritual principles within our membership and local com-
munities; to educate youtth and adults in the areas of personal responsibility, leadership
potential, and community service; to ensure economic justice and civil rights in the areas of
discrimination and affirmative action; and to eradicate environmental classism and racism
wherever it exists. '


The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties respond to the
solicitations) below by 2:00 p.m.,.Wednesday, August 16, 2006. Further informa-
tion:is available through Onvia DemandStar at W .ww.denmandstar.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 Jill .R. Williams,
CPPB, Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-4133.

Rental of Fleet Vehicles

Bid is for.therental of vehicles for a flat rate on a daily, monthly, quarterly, and/or
annual rental basis through September 30, 2007, with the option to renew for two
additional one-year periods. The estimated budget, for the first term of this project,
through September 30, 2007, is $85,000.00.

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

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


The Governing Board of the District requests that interested.parties respond to the
solicitations) below by 2:00 p.m., Thursday. August 10, 2006. Further informa-
tion 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 Sharon Whitener,
CPPB, Contracts Administratorat (386) 329-4281.


Purchase of diesel fuel (high and low sulfur) for three (3) sites for the period of
October 1, 2006, through September 30, 2007, with the option to renew for two
additional one-year terms.

The estimated budget for the first term of this project is $170,000.00.

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

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




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President Bush Signs Voting Rights Act

Reauthorization And Amendments Act Of 2006

Fannie Lou Hammer

President Bush has
signed Into Law The
Fannie Lou Hamer, Rosa
Parks, And Coretta Scott
King Voting Rights Act
Reauthorization And
Amendments Act Of
The Voting Rights Act
of 1965 (VRA) was
designed to restore the
birthright of every
American- the right to
choose our leaders. It has
been vital to guaranteeing
the right to vote for gen-
erations of Americans and
has helped millions of our
citizens enjoythe full
promise of freedom.
In signing this bill,
President Bush honored
the memory of three
women who devoted their
lives, to the struggle for
Civil Rights Fannie Lou
Hamer, Rosa Parks, And



Rosa Parks

Coretta Scott King.
The Voting Rights Act
Reauthorization and
Amendments Act of 2006
was named in honor of
these three American
The Voting Rights Act
Reauthorization And
Amendments Act Of 2006
reaffirms a commitment
to enforce the right to
vote for all Americans
The Voting Rights Act
Reauthorization And
Amendments Act Of 2006
extends the VRA For 25
Years, Extending:
*The prohibition
against the use of tests or
devices, to' deny the right
to vote in any Federal,
State, or local election;
*The requirement for
certain States arid local
governments to. provide

Coretta Scott King

voting materials in multi-
ple languages.
The new law also
amends the VRA with
regard to:
*The use of election
examiners and observers;
Voting qualifications
or standards intended to
diminish, or with the
effect of diminishing, the
ability of U.S. citizens on
account of race or color
to elect preferred candi-
dates; and
*Award of attorney
fees in enforcement pro-
ceedings to include
expert fees and other rea-
sonable costs of litiga-
The President. has
committed his adminis-
tration to vigorously
enforce the provisions of
this law and to defend it
in court.

The President will also
continue to work with
Congress to ensure that
our country lives up to
our guidirig principle that
all men and women are
created equal.
The Presidents says
the. administration will
continue to build on the
legacy of The Civil
Rights Movement to Help
ensure that every child
enjoystThe opportunities
America Offers. -
These opportunities
include the right to a
'decenteducation in a good
school, the chance to own
a home or small busi-
ness,and the hope that
comes from knowing you

can rise in our society
throughhard work and
using your talents.

History Of The
Voting Rights Act Of
*In March 1965,
African Americans
marched across the
Edmund Pettus Bridge in
Selma, Alabama, to
protest the unfair and
racist practices that kept
them off the voter rolls.
*When the marchers
reached, the far side of
the bridge, they were met
by State Troopers and a
civilian posse bearing
tear gas, Billy Clubs, and
whips. This group bru-

tally attacked the peace-
fully protesting men,
women, and children.
One week after the
Selma incident, President
Johnson 'announced that
he planned to submit leg-
islation that would bring
African Americans into
the civic .life of our
*Five months after
Selma, President Johnson
signed the Voting Rights
Act into law.' For some.
parts of our country, the
Voting Rights Act marked
the first appearance of
African Americans on the
voting rollssince
Reconstruction following.
the Civil War.

Savannah State Receives Grant

From American Cancer Society

Savannah State
University received a
$5,000 grant from the
American Cancer
Society's HBCU Model
College Demonstration
Program. The two-year
program will provide edu-
cational services, plro-
grams and activities to
address the issue of smok-

Fort Valley State University Names New Development Director

Fort. Valley State University
President Larry. E. Rivers has
announced the on campus arrival of
Ms. Vickie Oldham, new director of
'- 'i Ms. Oldham will coordinate all:
: development and outreach activities
V l and report directly to President Rivers.
Vickie Oldham This is a great day for our univer-
sity family," Rivers stated. "Ms. Oldham brings
invaluable experience, keen intelligence and a record
of remarkable accomplishment with her. We are truly
fortunate that she has agreed to join our administrative
Ms. Oldham is a graduate of the University of
Florida where she earned a bachelor's degree in broad-
cast journalism. She received a master of fine arts
degree from the Florida State University Conser\atory
of Motion.Picture, Television and Recording Arts. Ms.
Oldham has over 25 years of experience as a journalist
and producer.
As the writer, producer and narrator of her most
recent project, a documentary entitled Looking for
Angola, Oldham raised more than $200,000 through b
state grants, private donations and in-kind contribu-
tions in the archaeological search for Angola, an early .

1800's Black Seminole settlement near Tampa Bay on
the Manatee River. Earlier this year, she received a
$10,000 grant from The History Channel to integrate
the project's findings into the curriculum of three
schools in that area.
Ms. Oldham is a former news anchor and hosted a
popular weekly program called Common Ground.
which featured compelling interviews with the nation's
top dreamers and doers in politics, education, arts and.
N nationally she has appeared on HGTV, an episode
of a network show on ABC, Nickelodeon, Comcast
Cable'Vision, and numerous television commercials
and industrial videos. She is currently a member of the
University of Florida, College of Journalism and
Coinmunications Advisory Council.
During her tenure at Fort Valley State University,
Ms. Oldham will provide active leadership in the iden-
tification, solicitation, cultivation and stewardship of
major donors. In addition, she will plan and coordinate
activities to raise funds and increase visibility among
internal and external constituents, including alumni.
"I'm delighted to have the opportunity to work at
Fort Valley State with a dynamic leader like President
Rivers," Oldham said. "I am already hard at work and
very excited to be here."

ing prevention and cessa-
The overall goal of the
HBCU Project will be to
reduce the use of tobacco
products and the array of
negative consequences
associated with snioking
among all students in gen-
eral and ner students in
particular. The SSU
Bacchus and Gamma Peer
Education Network and
the Peer Mentoring
Program .will be central.
comnpo nent s of this effort'
SAccording to data col-
lected annually by the
Harris-MNcDel Student
Health Center at SSU,
it'sindicated. that respira-.
tory- -related problems
represent the largest cate-
gory of illnesses treated
on campus.
SSU intends to aid in
re ersing the rising trends
in smoking among young
It is anticipated that

the program will educate
approximately 500 first-
year students living on
campus ,and 500 upper
class, student athletes,
commuter, non-traditional
and other students by the
end of the one-year grant
For more information.
contact Betty Bennett.
director of the. Harris-
McDew Health Center, at
(912) 356-221'7.. .
Established in, 1890,
Savannah "-' State
University is the oldest
public historically black
college or 'university
(HBCU) in the state.
The university's 3,000
students. are enrolled in
22 undergraduate and four
graduate degree programs
in three colleges: Liberal
Arts and Social Sciences,
BBusinessAdministratioi ;
and Sciences and

ASU Part Of Governor's

Customer Service Initiative

Albany State University President Everette J.
Freeman expects the University's faculty and staff to.
have, little difficulty in meeting University System of
Georgia Chancellor Erroll B. Davis Jr.'s goal;of pro-
vidi.ng faster, friendlier and more efficient service to,
the USG's "customers," including the system's stu-
"Chancellor Davis, in a coordinated effort with
Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue, is emphasizing improved
customer service for the 35 member institutions of the
University System," Freeman said. "While that should
already be a priority concern for everyone associated
with this University and others within the system, we.
will take the necessary steps to. ensure that proper-'
emphasis is placed on efficient and courteous customer
"Gov. Perdue has indicated he wants Georgia to be
the best-managed state in the country by the year 2007,
and we can do our part by providing quality and pro-
fessional service." In coordination with Gov. Perdue's
launch of the state's "Customer Service Improvement.
Initiative," Davis announced that every USG campus is
poised to implement a plan for improving customer
service beginning August 1.
"The campus-based customer service improvement
plans that will be launched in August will begin to cre-
ate a culture that places emphasis on customer serv-
ice," Davis said. "In line with the governor's goal of
achieving the best-managed state government, we
intend to provide a model of service unparalleled in
public higher education. Many of our faculty and staff
already place our students'needs first, but we need to
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Jacksonville Jaguars

Open 2006 Training Camp

The Jaguars report to training camp at Alltel Stadium on Friday, July 28. The Jaguars will hold their first practice at 10:15
a.m. on Saturday, July 29 followed by an evening practice at 7:15 p.m. Training camp will be open to the public and media
for viewing through August 11.

Training camp schedule

(Times subject to change)

July 29: 10:15 a.m. and 7:15 p.m. l
July 30: 11 a.m. (special teams only) and 7:15 p.m.
July 31: 10:15 a.m. and 7:15 p.m.
Aug. 1: 11:00 a.m. (special teams only) and 7:15 p.m.
Aug. 2:10:15 a.m. and 4:15 p.m.
Aug. 3: 11:00 a.m. (special teams only) and 7:15 p.m.

Five players to watch

1. Reggie Williams, WR. The former first-round pick has underachieved in his first two seasons, but he is i big-time play-
2. Matt Jones, WR. The team had Jones watch tapes of Randy Moss in the offseason because the two possess freaky abil-
3. Brian Williams, CB. The former Viking was just what the Jaguars were looking for. Williams will team with Rashean
4. Marcedes Lewis, TE. If he can become a threat down the middle, it will take some of the pressure off the outside
5. Donovin Darius, S. If he can fully recover from his knee injury last season, the Jaguars will have one of their leaders

Directions to camp

Take 1-95 North to Prudential Drive/Main Street Exit. Stay left at the fork and get on U.S. 1 for a half-mile. Take the ramp
toward Newman Street/Governor's Center. There are signs throughout the area pointing toward the stadium.
Parking: Available in the lots around the stadium.

Jaguars Sign Three 2006 Draft Picks Before Start Of Training Camp

The Jacksonville Jaguars
signed three of their 2006
draft choices to contracts .
Second-round pick Maurice
Jones-Drew, a running back
and return specialist, signed
along with linebacker Brent
Hawkins (5th round) and
James Wyche (7th round).
Jones-Drew, Hawkins

and Wyche were three of the
six players selected by the
Jaguars in the 2006 NFL
Draft in April. Cornerback
Dee Webb, a seventh-round
pick, signed on Monday. All
85 Jaguars are under con-
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ties 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 call-
ing Ranae Smith, Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-4159.

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 this 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 oppor-
tunity to receive clarification of any requirement of. this
Invitation For Bid. The District will only accept bids from those
attending the pre-bid conference.

Staff's recommendation will be presented Ito the Executive

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), at least five (5) business days
before the date needed.


The Governing Board of the District requests that interested par-
ties respond to the solicitation below by 2:00 p.m., Tuesday,
August 22, 2006. Further information is available through Onvia,
DemandStar at www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-1712], or the
District's website at www.sjrwmd.com. Proposal packages may
be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling
Carol Taylor Miller, CPPB, Contracts Administrator at (386)


The District requires soil scientist services to provide 1),
detailed field soil descriptions and classifications on
elevation vegetation transects established at pnonrity \ater bod-
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and Levels; 2) short reports, which discuss the soils and soil
properties identified at each system: 3) aid in development of'
soils based criteria for the MFLs program. and 4) peer review of
technical materials and methods.

The estimated budget for the first term of this project, ending
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District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:00 a m...
August.31, 2006. to evaluate and rank Proposals. The,
Evaluation Committee may request that some or all respondents
make an oral presentation in advance of finalizing the rankings.,
If requested, oral presentations w ill be made at the District's
headquarters on September 14. 2006 Respondents selected for
oral'presentations will be notified in ad- ance of the presentation
date. Staff's recommendation will be presented to the
Governing Board at its October 10. 2006. meeting. :

Special accommodations for disabilities may be requested
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August 15, 21(06. Further information is available through Onvia
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District's website at v'ww.sirwmnd.com. Bid packages may be
obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling Alan
E. Weaver. CPPB. Procurement Coordinator at (386) 329-4271.


The objective of this project is to conduct telephone sur-,
veys and to facilitate focus group discussions on various
water resource issues, including but not limited to water
conservation. water quality. water, supply, restoration, and.
flood protection.

The estimated budget for the first term of this project is-
$125,000. The anticipated budget for the second and
third terms (fiscal year periods) of the project is
$125,000 / term.

Staff's recommendation will be presented to the
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Your Weekly Horoscope

Aries (March 21 -
April 19) You will feel as
though a burden has been
lifted. Certainly there should
be a lessening of
this week. Now
you need to pay
attention to income and per-
haps. some long term invest-
ments.. Extra money coming
your way this next weekend.
A family gathering is in the
offering and you may sur-
prise everyone and actually
enjoy it.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 8, 10, 16, 20, 26.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21)New responsibili-
ties are headed your way. Be
careful of what
you take on, these
new duties will,
last approximate-
ly two years. Get
out and about as much as
possible and keep your eyes
open, you could meet that
special someone this week.
You will need a new outfit
for next weekend when you
are invited to a special occa-
sion. Something colorful
will put you in the right
mood. This week lucky
numbers bre: 16, 22, 24, 46,
Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) The pace is still a
little hectic even
for you but you
are loving every
minute of it. More
family visits are
still around the corner so
keep your energy up to par.
Meeting new people seems
to be on the agenda for next-
weekend with a cookout or
party planned. (Could be a
family reunion).
Introductions to new family
members are at hand also
and you will make a good
impression. This week
lucky numbers are:, 8; 18,
20, 30, 36.
Cancer 'June. 21-
July' 22) Famllii
gatherings are
I being planned and
y ou are nght in
the middle of it all. Looks,
like you have thought of
everything and e\ervone
will have a good time. You
are going to make an excel-l
lent impression on all your
.relatives, especially those
from a distance. You may
start thinking of building an
addition onto your home and
.this summer seems the best
time to have it done This
'week lucky numbers are: 2.,
S28. 34,44.52.
Leo (July
23 .' August
22) For the next
two'' years or so
'Saturn will be in
an adverse relationship to:
,your sign. This means obli-
gations and responsibilities
you neither want nor need
are thrust upon yoiu. Your'
circulation could become
sluggish.. Take steps now to
offset this and start exercis-
ing more. Clear the deck so
when trouble arrives you
will handle it with ease. A
weekend party you do not
wish to: attend may surprise
;you. This week lucky num-;
bers are: 4, 12, 18, 22, 30.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)If you have

been waiting to
I meet "Mister or
SMiss Iight'", this
next weekend
should prove interesting.
You may not realize he/she
is the one until later so take
notes and phone numbers.
Act enthusiastic ',even
though you do not feel like
it. Th4 way at least you will

leave a good impression for
later. You are going to be
building something perma-
nent this summer. This
week lucky numbers are: 6,
14, 20, 54, 56.
.Libra (September 23
- October 23) The lifting
of an obligation
or responsibility
should make you
feel more light
hearted now. Some accom-
modation still has to be
made to these old duties but
still, everything lightens up
for you now. An entertaining
weekend is coming up with
friends but you seem to be
the one doing all the work.
'Still, a new outfit is needed
to make the right impres-
sion. This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 4, 10, 32, 46.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21) You are
soon going to be
taking a good
look at your life
to see what new
direction you wish to take.
This is a rather sobering
experience as 'you realize
just how important your
decisions over the next two
years are going to affect
you. Meanwhile new friends
are important so get out of
the house and meet them'!
The weekend should bring
you into the orbit of some-
one 'exciting to' accept all
invitations and keep your
eves open. This week lucky
numbers are: 16, 22, 36, 40,
S a g i t ta r i u. S
(November 22 -
December 21) You have
to' adjust your
schedule to
accommodate oth-
ers this week but if
you do so \with a good heart,
your popularity could soar.
Invitations are coming from
unexpected sources and not
surprisingly. vou \\ill have a
good time. Most things are
out of your hands right now
but your enthusiasm will'
carry you throughout it all.
A gathering next weekend
could introduce yoii to
someone important. 'This
week lucks nmunbers are: 12,
.14, 18, 24, 36. '
C"a p r. i c: o r n
(December 22 January
191 Yo&u may
w-ant to update
some ih\ esmients
and get into
something new and modern.
By the next month this could
pay off nicely. Driving other
people on their errands and
trying to act enthused about
it lasts only one more week.
This next Weekend brings .a
gathering of friends '.and
family and a good time for
everyone involved. Some
extra money comes to you
o-ver the weekend and you
may meet someone special.
This week lucky numbers.
are: 2, 4, 8, 14, 20.
Aquarius' (January
20 -February 19th)You
have to accommo-
date. some family
members this
weekk and may be
called on to help throughout
the month. You are spending
a little more than you
planned on gifts, etc. so shop'
around for better, prices. You
have a social obligation this

next weekend that you really
do not want to attend.
However, you need to buy a
new outfit and go anyway.
You will be surprised at how.
much you will enjoy your-
self. This week lucky num-
bers are: 6, 16, 28, 30, 48.

Pisces (February 19 -
March 20)Visits
to and from fami-
ly members keeps
you going this .
month even
though you feel less than
enthused this week. Next
week is better: You feel irri-
tated this week and may feel
like picking an argument

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with anyone around you.
This is not a good time to
gamble or take a chance. Be
careful driving because you
tend to go too fast this
month and could get a
speeding ticket with a hefty
fine attached. This week
lucky numbers are: 12, 14,
20, 26, 42,

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ELLICOTT CITY, Md. Federal drug agents aren't laughing
about marijuana packaged in yellow, smiley-faced gumballs.
The "Greenades" gumballs were found in January at Howard
High School in Ellicott City. The federal Drug Enforcement
Agency recently released an intelligence bulletin about them.
"It's a new idea and it's new to the DEA," Gregory Lee, a
retired supervisory special agent of the Drug Enforcement.
Agency, told The Baltimore Examiner. "When it comes to drug
dealing, you're only limited by your imagination."
Police charged three 17-year-old students after a.teacher i
alerted a school resource officer. She told the officer that she saw
a student give a plastic bag that the teacher believed contained
drugs to another student.
The officer seized, the bag, which contained two "candy,
balls" wrapped in foil, police said. Instructions on the foil told

users to chew for 30 minutes to 1 hour before they wanted to be
high and to "chew for as long as possible. then swallow.! "
Officers charged two students with distribution of drugs on
school property and a third with possession of manjuana. ;

Accused Prowler Found' ,.

Asleep In Police Van

BELLEVUE, Wash. Police in this Seattle suburb didn't
have to go far to arrest a man for investigation of car prowling..
He was found sleeping in a special weapons and tactics van. .
Officer..Greg Grannis said a municipal worker reported
someone breaking into cars, including Is: own, shortly before
midnight Monday.Officers quickly found burglarized cars, but
couldn't determine who nught be responsible --until about 4:50 .
a.m., when two SWAT team members came to the police vehicle
maintenance yard to get their %an and found a 25-year-old tran-
sient asleep in the back. Granums said.
The man. \whose his last known home address \as in
Louisiana. \as booked into the King County jail for investiga-
tnon of burglary. No damage or loss estimate \as released, but
Grannis said none of the burglarized police vehicless had
weapons in them. .
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As with the rest of
the nation, southern
California is baking
with record heat but the
temps did not hamper
the spirit and allure of
the Shadowboxer pre-
miere. The cast lead by
Oscar winner Cuba
Gooding, Jr. along with
Vanessa Ferlito,
Stephen Dorff, Joseph
Mo'Nique and Macy
Gray was in a festive
mood. The film's
writer/director Lee
Daniels was the main
spirit booster and life of
the red carpet, screen-
ing and after party.
Daniels is the one
who brought us
Monster 's Ball starring
Halle Berry.
Shadowboxer is cut
from a different mode
and Daniels is clearly
shaping up to become a
recognizable force of
his own in the same
vein as Woody Allen
and Spike Lee did for
their styles of filmmak-
ing. The film is pretty
graphic with the vio-

lence and the sex and
has a plot line that is not
the easiest to follow.
Cuba Gooding, Jr., is as
ice cold as it gets per-
sonality wise, in his por-
trayal of Mikey the pro-
fessional hit man. Helen
Mirren as Mikey's step
mom/hit partner/lover,
who has terminal cancer
delivers a convincing
montage of diverse and
conflicting emotions that
brilliantly keeps her
character's demeanor a
huge question mark. My
main lady Mo'Nique
continues the demon-
stration of her serious
acting chops (i.e., not
being funny in this film),
as Precious, the crack
smoking lover of the
crime syndicate's back
door physician, Dr. Don,
brilliantly played by
Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Vanessa Ferlito as the
wife of psycho mob boss
Clayton furnished her
own journey of conflict-
ing emotions and head
directions while trying
to balance motherhood
and loyalty to the old
and new man in her life.
Stephen Dorff as the
psycho, milk drinking,
brutal killer mob boss


Clayton, who keeps a
zebra in the yard, was a
wee bit too scary! He
played this character to
the nines! Macy Gray
ghetto charmed her way
through the role of
Neisha which seemed to
be tailor-made for her.
This film is different,
graphically violent and

sexual, confusing to
follow and difficult to
analyze and may not be
everybody's cup of tea
but it should it will
scream volumes to
Hollywood who said
"no" to the project, that
Lee Daniels is in the
Photos cont'd on D-4!

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Talent Showcase
Los Angeles' 100.3
The Beat, radio personal-
ity Felicia "The Poetess"
Morris is hosting a new
monthly talent showcase
at the world famous BB
King's Club on the
Universal City Walk of
Fame in Universal City,
California. The debut
showcase will be on

Tuesday, August 29 at 8
p.m. Industry brass and
A&R scouts will be in
attendance. If you, are in
town and want to partici-
pate, email: poetessme-
dia@aol.com or call 323-
Super record producer
HI-TEK has signed R&B
crooner Dion to Dr. Dre's
coveted Aftermath
Records. TEK describes

his new found talent as a
"new age Marvin Gaye
with a natural talent and a
soulful sound." NBA bas-
ketball great, Ron Artest is
the opening act on Fat
Joe's European Tour,
which kicks off on July
28th in Lisbon, Portugal
and travels to Germany,
France, Switzerland,
Netherlands, Norway and
Denmark. Artest will be
performing cuts from his

album My World, which
is slated for an October
24th release -on the
L i g h t y e a r
Entertainment label
Rainbow Promotions
announces its lineup. for
the 19th Annual Long
Beach Jazz Festival.
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Teen actor Oren
Williams celebrated his
15th birthday on Saturday,
Julyl5, 2006 at his parents.
home in Los Angeles.
Williams is a member of
this author's hand-picked,
family of Hollywood teen
and child actors and was
last featured in this column
for his role as Keith Ellis,
the ball-hogging showboat
basket ball player in the
20th Century Fox film
Rebound starring Martin
Lawrence. Williams is a
life long showbiz veteran.
His first job was in a
Broadway department
store ad at nine months old.
He was a long time child
model for the famous Ford
Agency and advanced into

acting on TV and in
Like fellow popular
teen heart throbs such as
Zac Efron, Jason Dolley,
Hunter Gomez, Ryan
Sheckler and Josh
Hutcherson just to name a
few, Williams is quietly
amassing a racially diverse,
huge and solid, female
heavy fan base. The pool
party included several of
Williams' close actor
friends i.e., the Massey
brothers, Chris ("Zoey
101") and Kyle ("That's So
Raven"); Chelsea Tavares
(Unfabulous): Jasha
Washington (Big Momma's
House); Cole Evan
(Sandlot 2) and little broth-
er Zachary Isaiah (Honey).
The food, drink, music,
parents and friends made
for a good time had by all.

From L to R: Chelsea Tavares, Oren Williams, Jasa
Washington, Kyle Massey, Front: Zachary Isaiah

The Kids Outside.

Photos: 2006.by Rugg Williams

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(Jacksonville Comcast
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9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
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12 noon, "Showtime at the
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shows everybody how
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entertaining, humorous,
and incisive manner. fea-
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syndicated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary.
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit with

Donna Richardson Joyner,
11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
*Sat. 7/29, 1 p.m. That
Man Bolt Movie (1973)
with Fred Williamson,
Teresa Graves. This
globe-trotting action-
packed hit stars Fred
Williamson as a courier
skilled in the martial arts
assigned to deliver an
attache case containing $1
million to Mexico City.
TV star Teresa Graves,
joins the adventures that
travels from Hong Kong
to Los Angeles and Las
Vegas. This hilarious
comedy will satisfy your

thirst for action!
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in Africa Movie with
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recruited to go undercover
to break up a modem slav-
ery ring where young
Africans are lured to Paris
to do chain-gang work.
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Nothing But A Man -
Movie (1964) with Ivan
Dixon, Abbey Lincoln,
Julius Harris, and Yaphet
Kotto. A young black man
in 1963 Alabama loves a
minister's daughter, works
hard, and is put upon,
oppressed, and called
"boy" by everyone with
whom he comes in con-
tact; hewants to be "noth-
ing but a man."
* Sun. 7/30, 5 p.m., Mon.
8/1 1 p.m. TV One on
One "Debbie Allen Up
Close" Learn more about
her Broadway success and

TV series, "Famle."
Sun. 7/30, 8 p.m., Mon.
7/31, Noon A Family
Thing Movie (1996) with
James Earl Jones, Robert
Duvall, Irma P. Hall,
Michael Beach, and
Regina Taylor.
Tues. 8/2, 8 p.m. Krush
Groove Movie (1985) -
In this movie based on the
early days of Def Jam
Recordings, up-and-com-
ing manager Russell
Walker has all the hottest
acts on the record label
Krush Groove records,
including Run-D.M.C.,
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde,
and Kurtis Blow, while
Rick (Rubin) produces
their records. When Run-
D.M.C. has a hit record
. and Russell doesn't have
the money to press
records, he borrows
money from a street hus-
tler. At the same time,
Russell and and his broth-
er Run are both competing

for the heart of R&B
singer Sheila E.
Black Family Channel
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3 p.m., "M-Power
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Some of the world's most
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Mouth (Chad Michael Murray,
Lee Norris) are forced into a
confrontation with someone
from their past. Brooke (Sophia
Bush) faces embarrassment
over things she exposed.

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Whassup continued from D-I
This year's theme is "All
That Jazz... And More."
The fest will convene
August 11,. 12 and 13,
2006 at the breathtaking
seaside setting of Rainbow
Lagoon Park on Shoreline
Drive in Long Beach,
California. The super line
up includes; The
Rendezvous All-stars i.e.,
Wayman Tisdale,
Jonathan Butler, Kirk
Whalum and Brian
Simpson; David Benoit;
The Christian Hernandez
Quintet; Brian
Culbertson; George
Duke/Stanley Clark;
Everette Harp; Phil

Perry; Kim 'Waters;
Howard Hewitt; Peter
White; Richard Elliott;
Gerald Albright; Jeff
Golub; Poncho Sanchez;
The Al Williams Jazz
Society featuring Barbara
Morrison and Nils.
The National
Association of Recording
Merchandisers (NARM)
will host a four day confab,
SOUNDS 06, at the
Gaylord Palms Resort in
Kissimmee, Florida from
Wednesday, August 2
through. Saturday, August
5. Chuck D will be a
keynote speaker at

NARM's Technology and
New Media Forum. Kool
and The Gang will accept
the NARM Chairman's
Award for Sustained
Creative Achievement and
.will perform at the Awards
Dinner Finale. Scissor
Sisters will also perform at
the Awards Dinner Finale
which will be emceed by
Kathleen Madigan of Last
Comic Standing.
'Over 25 established
and emerging music acts
will perform live showcas-
es during the convention
and marketplace. Major
labels and music industry
pros of every niche will be
in attendance.

Movie Review:
Monster House stars in
voiceover Steve Buscemi,
Nick Cannon, Maggie
Gyllenhaal, John Heder,
Kevin James, Jason Lee,
Catherine O'Hara,
Kathleen Turner and Fred
This is a fun movie for
the entire family. Some of
the scary scenes may be a
bit much for children under
eight, but the spacing of
those scenes are of such,
that the humor in between
should lighten it up. This
film employs the same
technology that was used
in Tom Hank's Polar
Express, called, "process

of motion capture anima-
tion," The characters
appear to be cartoons but
are so humanly life like; it
will blow your mind! My
only question is why they
didn't save this one for a
Halloween release?
The plot is around a
spooky house on the block
that seems to be sucking in
things and people and
making them disappear.
You and the children
should enjoy this offering.
It has "box office smash,"
written all over it!
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