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The Benefits Of Giving
Monday through Friday
from 10 to 11 p.m.,
questions and answers
The Florida Star and
Impact Striving to
make a difference.
Safer Streets-$1,000 Cash
owners decided to help in
the effort to cease the
growing murder rate in
the city and put up
$200,000 as a start, for a
new 'crime stopper' gun
bounty program. The
program will provide a
person $1,000 if they
notify the Sheriffs office
that someone has a gun,
illegally no questions
asked and no identifica-
tion required. If the per-
son is found with a gun
illegally, specifically a
convicted felon, the
$1,000 will be paid from
This is what happened
when the department was
notified that Maurice.
Cohen, 23 and Michael
Goodman, 33, were riding
down Moncrief, just four
days before Goodman's
34th birthday. When
Goodman observed the
officers were about to
stop them, he jumped out
of the moving vehicle and
Cohen was not able to
get out of the moving
vehicle and was arrested.
The officers found in the
car, two auto loading
handguns, 72 ecstasy
pills, cocaine, all forms
except crack, ampheta-
source had advised the
department of Goodman's
name, the vehicle he was
driving and his last loca-
tion. The officers really
observed Goodman when
he failed to yield to
southbound traffic. When
the officer turned on his,
blue lights, Goodman left
the vehicle in drive and
fled through the apart-
ment complex. Goodman
was driving with a sus-
pended license. He is still
sought. You may call
Crime stoppers at 1-866-
845-TIPS. Officer Ken
Johnson and Sheriff John
Rutherford is pleased that
two more weapons are off
the streets, and feel the
reward and the communi-
ty played a significant
role in this .incident. He
is asking the community
to continue taking a. rle
in stopping the violence.
Teacher Charged With Molesting
Middle School Student
Sheriffs office was called
when a neighbor detained
Simmons after he was dis-
covered in the home of a
Simmons is a teacher at
Jefferson Davis Middle
l School and met the youth
S i in an Internet chat room.
S -- The report said the witness
went to the home because
Si lii- he had been asked by the
Bryan Simmons boy's mother to take him to
school. Upon arrival, he
observed a white Toyota parked in front of the house.
When he rang the doorbell, the boy answered the
door in his tee shirt and under shorts. When the wit-
ness checked the house, he found the bathroom locked.
The boy told his mother's friend that he did not know
who was in the bathroom or whose car was out front.
At that point the police was called and the teacher
attempted to push the witness aside to leave the house,
Florida/Georgia 18-Year Old
w ins Silver Medal For U.S.
S Justin Marcel Oliver a 2005 graduate of Redan
High in Stone Mountain, Georgia. and an 18-year-old
sophomore Mechanical Engineering major at TexasA
& M is on his way home.from Beijing, China bringing
with him a Silver Medal for the ments 400 meters with
Ahis runner-up finish of 45.78 seconds for Team USA
Thursday at the 2006 IAAF World Junior
Championships at the Chaoyang Sport Centre in
S; Justin is the son of Andre and Sherry Oliver, and
grandson of Maggie Shepherd. He was named No. 1
in 400 runners in the U. S. by Track & Field News in
Justin Marcel Oliver
'Teacher continued on .4-6
Racism In Jacksonville-Cure Or Pacify?
Leaders in the
American community are
voicing serious concern
about Mayor John
Peyton's decision to not
to follow the Human
Rights Commission's rec-
ommendations to fire the
fire chief, the assistant
fire chief and the director
of Human Resources of
the investigated fire
department. To make a
decision. even before per-
sonally reading the report
in itself is a slap in the
face not only to the com-
munity but also to. the
-'-Commissioners, said the
When Mayor Peyton
summoned the Human
Rights Commission to
Jacksonville Fire and
Rescue Department, he
did so, said the commis-
sion, through a letter,
after two black firefight-
ers found hangman's
nooses on their gear at
Fire Station Number 4.
He asked the Commission
"to assure that both this
particular incident and
other reported incidents
are fully investigated and
the offending parties dis-
ciplined to the fullest
extent of my authority as
The Commission went
to work and provided the
Mayor with a 35-page
report with a recommen-
dation to fire four of the
Now the mayor has
declared that he is going
to stand behind his fire
chief and his staff but
that he will take action by
first requiring all fire-
fighters to undergo
"robust diversity train-
ing" by the end of the
He also advised the
Florida Star that he
would put together a list
of unacceptable behav-
iors and if any are not
adhered to, he will take
action to let all know that
he and the city will not
Racism continued on A-6
While the State of
Florida finally agreed that
the extensive circumstan-
tial evidence discovered
over the years regarding
the murder of civil rights
pioneer Harry T. Moore
and his wife, Harriette
made it clear that four
Klu Klux Klan members
murdered the couple on
December 25, 1951, a St.
John County man pleaded
guilty to burning a cross
in his own front yard in an
effort to discourage a
Murders continued on A-6
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RON WILLIAMS, SR.
BETTY ASQUE DAVIS
Vivian is a lively and
beautiful 2-year-old with cute
pigtails, contagious laughter,
and a charming smile. When
you look at her, you'd never
know how hard it is some-
times for her to breathe. You
see, Vivian has chronic respi-
ratory problems, including
asthma. A mild attack leaves
her coughing and gasping for
air. A serious attack leaves
her feeling like she is suffo-
cating. If she doesn't have
the tools to manage her asth-
ma--like an inhaler--or if she
doesn't receive prompt treat-
ment in the case of a serious
attack, her life could very
well be in danger.
Another thing you can't
tell about Vivian when you
look at her is that she has
doesn't have health insur-
ance. Her father works full-
time delivering linens and
earns about $550 a week.
But his job doesn't offer
health insurance, and private
health coverage for their fam-
ily would cost about $900 a
month-nearly two full pay-
checks, and clearly out of
their reach. Vivian used to
receive coverage through the
Children's Health Insurance
Program (CHIP). She was
enrolled in CHIP when she
had to be hospitalized for ten
days for serious pheumo-
nia-the medications cost
$100 apiece, which the fami-
ly never could have afforded
CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
otherwise. But then her
father received some com-
missions that put the family's
income above the CHIP limit
by $37. As a result, Vivian
lost her coverage.
Kim was one of 300,000
New Orleans residents who
came to Houston after fleeing
Hurricane Katrina. Along
with losing her home and
belongings, she also lost
health coverage for her two
sons, ages three and 11. The
.children used to be covered
by the Louisiana CHIP pro-
gram, but their health cover-
age didn't transfer across
state lines. Kim has been try-
ing for months to get the chil-
dren enrolled in the Texas
CHIP Program without suc-
cess. It took her weeks to
'learn her original application
was considered incomplete.
One of the missing docu-
ments she has been asked to
submit is a copy of a child
support order from the New
Orleans court. The court has-
n't reopened since the storm
so she hasn't been able to get
the form. Meanwhile, the
children continue to go with-
out health coverage nearly a
Lorna is a single mother
and small business owner
who can't afford private
health coverage either.
Lorna's 9-year-old son has
asthma, allergies, and serious
mental health needs. Lorna's
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by the Texas CHIP program,
but because of an error made
by the new private contractor
Texas is using to administer
CHIP, he was one of 24,000
children mistakenly denied
benefits when their coverage
came up for renewal.
Although Lorna submitted
the required documentation,
the state continued asking for
including her son's income
level. It was only when her
state representative inter-
vened on her behalf that her
son's health coverage was
These three families are
all experiencing the stress
that comes with being unin-
sured--and trying to worry
about monitoring their chil-
dren's health and finding
money for care at the same
time. Fighting state bureau-
cratic problems and errors
only makes this stress worse,
and the emotional and finan-
cial costs are both far too
high. If you know someone
who is uninsured, or if you
are uninsured yourself, then
you've seen firsthand the per-
sonal consequences of not
having access to health care.
But many people don't real-
ize that having high numbers
of uninsured people affects
For example, the state of
Texas, where all three of
these families currently live,
receives $2.63 in federal
matching funds for every $1
of state funds invested in
CHIP, and $1.54 for every $1
invested in Medicaid. But
when working families lose
CHIP and Medicaid coverage
and return to city and county
health clinics for care, as is
happening with these fami-
lies, local taxpayers absorb
100% of the costs. Cuts to
preventive care also put addi-
tional strain on already over-
crowded emergency rooms,
and emergency room treat-
ment is far more costly than
According to the Harris
County Hospital District in
Houston, the cost of preven-
tive treatment for an estab-
lished patient's mild asthma
attack in a local doctor's
office would be $94 to $103
using oxygen or a nebulizer
and medicines. But if a child
like Vivian goes untreated
and eventually winds up in.
the emergency room with full
symptoms and needs to be
hospitalized for three days,
the average stay for a serious
asthma attack, the cost is
$9,209. It doesn't take much
math to figure out that tax-
payers and uninsured chil-
dren are both losers.
We know there's got to be
a better way. CDF is devel-
oping a campaign to enact
comprehensive health insur-
ance coverage for all children
now. To sign our Call to
Conscience and Action and
send a message to your elect-
ed officials telling them we
can and must do better in pro-
tecting the health and wellbe-
ing of all our children visit
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-Schedule of Events and Services- Conference Addresses "Come and Worship With Us"
MISSIONARY MUSICAL-The Women Ministry of First
New Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 4835 Soutel Dr., will
host a Missionary Musical Saturday, August 26 at 6:00 p.m.
Guest soloists include Ruth Grant, Amanada King, Lawanta
Harris, Edith Powell, Eunice Reddick, Sally Harris, Doris
Williams, Roberta Williams, Linda Williams and Annie
McDowell. Narration will be done by Catherine Gamble.
Rev. James B. Sampson, Pastor.
MEMORIAL RECOGNITION SERVICE- The New
Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church family invites you to
Join us in honoring those we remember. The fourth annual
memorial, "In Remembrance of You", will take place during
the 11:00 a.m. worship on Sunday, August 20. On this day
we remember all whom we have loved in this life and whom
S we see no longer. The church is located at 1824 Prospect St.,
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor, Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus.
BENEFIT CONCERT-The Historic Mt. Zion.A.M.E
Church Sons Of Allen and C. A. Gibbs Male Chorus will
sponsor a concert on Sunday, August 27, 4:00 p.m. featuring
the H. Alvin Green Memorial Choral and the J. W.
Honeysucker Community Choir. The concert is being held
in support of the Charles Lott Scholarship fund.
S 2006 FAMILY CONFERENCE-Greater New Mount
Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, along with Rev., Dr.
Percy Jackson, Sr. and Dr. Percy Jackson, Jr. invite the pub-
lic to attend the 2006 Family Conference August 24-25
nightly at 7:00 p.m. The conference concludes on August 27"
with Dr. Richard Johnson and New Covenant Ministries of
Orange Park. Special guests include Dr. B. V. Allen and The
Church Fejlowship, Rev. C. E. Preston and St. John Baptist
Church of Orange Park, FL.
CONVOCATION 2006-The Florida Central Second
Jurisdiction will convene its Convocation 2006 August 15-
S18, 7:30 p.m. at Southside Church of God In Christ located
at 2179 Emerson St. Bishop Edward Robinson, Sr.,
Jurisdictional Prelate. "Kingdom Building Throigh The
Empowerment of the Holy Spirit" is the theme. The confer-
ence schedule includes the Holy Communion Celebration
Tuesday, August 15 (Elder Ricky Rose, Fresh Annointing
COGIC, Apoka, FL, speaker); Women's Day Wednesday,
August 16 (Mother Mildred Eason of Orlando, FL, officiat-
ing); the Convocation Experience Thursday, August 17
(Elder Gabriel Hall of Emmanuel COGIC, Jacksonville, FL,
speaker); Official Night-Bishop Edward Robinson, Sr. in
charge (Apostle Otis Lockett, National Director of Church
Growth 'Developnient. Enagel Word Ministries of:
Greensboro. NC, guest speaker.
MUSICAL-The Sons of Allen Ministry of St. Paul A.M.E.
Church. 6910 New Kings-Rd., will present their annual Men
and Women on Parade 'Musical on Sunday, August 13th at
5:00 p.m. This worship experience will feature local talent
of the city. The public is invited to come and help lift the
name of Jesus in song. Bro. Faheem Rasheed is President,
Rev. Marvin C. Zanders, II, is the Pastor.
:CONCERT-The G.W. Bruton Board of Ushers of New
Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1231 Tyler St., presents Mrs. Felecia
Bailey of Bethel Baptist Institutional Church In Concert. The
concert will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. August 20.
Re\. William H. Lamar. IV. Pastor.
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"Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace,
that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time
of need." (Hebrews 4:16)
"Come to me, all you who labor and are heavy laden,
and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and
learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and
you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy
and My burden is light." (Matthew 11:28)
"My little children, these things I write to you, that you
may not sin. And if anyone sins, we have an Advocate
with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous." (1 John
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Community, Familiy Issues
Facing African Americans
CINCINNATI, Ohio, --
"What has happened to
us?" asks Cicely Tyson's
character in the Tyler
Perry movie, "Madea's
Family Reunion." The
lament of this fictional
matriarch echoes the cries
of many in the African
American community as
negative statistics abound
about divorce rates,
domestic violence, single-
parent homes and other
issues plaguing African
More than 300 pastors
and church leaders came
together in this southern
Ohio city earlier this
month to find out practi-
cal ways. to counter the
dismal statistics. "African
Breaking the Silence for
the Good of All Families,"
was a day-long ecumeni-
cal conference. that
focused on ways churches
can strengthen African
American marriages, and
families. The film
Reunion" took center
stage during the opening
session when a clip from
the movie was used as a
springboard for framing
In response, the'
President of the National
Council of Churches
USA, Rev'. Mlichael
Livingston, posed .a ques-
tion similar to, that of the
matriarch in the movie.
"Who have we become
that we have set our chil-
dren loose, on a greedy,
society that does not care
about them and exploits
them for its own gain?"
"Breaking the Silence".
was sponsored by the
National :Council of
Churches 'USA, the
Women's :Department and
the Council of Christian
Cincinnati. It brought'
together leading profes-
sionals in various fields to
equip participants with
information and strategies
for strengthening African
American families, partic-
ularly'those living with
discussion was also given
to the challenges in deal-
ing with the Hip Hop
Generation and the vari-
ous issues associated with
"fatherhood" in the
African American com-
"We have to create sit-
uations in our churches
where 'sharp' fathers are
an example for 'dull'
fathers," said Rev. John
Girton, one. of the confer-
ence /presenters, in
response to a question
about fatherhood. "Men
who have a meaningful
relationship with their
child do not have a prob-
lem suppo'fing them
financially or otherwise,"
added Girton who is an
adjunct professor of com-
munications at Tennessee
State University in
In addition, simultane-
ous sessions addressed:
restoring and enriching
marriage in the African
parenting; dealing with
physical and mental
health issues; fortifying
Black families; and, using
technology to help sup-
Luncheon speaker TV
Judge Mablean Ephriam
challenged participants to
go back to the basics and
be an example for chil-
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August 9, 2006.
BRACY-Denise, died August
August 7, 2006.
August 12, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY INC.
BROWN-Kary DeVaughrn, 54,
died August 11, 2006.
August 6. 2006.
died August 7, 2006.
EVANS-Jacquelyn Y., died
August 6. 2006. ,
died August 6, 2006.
FRAZIER-Edna, died August
FRAZIER-Hope, died August
GOGGINS-Dorothy L., died
August 10, 2006.
GOOCH-Ike, died August 11,
2006. A.B. COLEMAN MOR-
TUARY, INC. '
GRAHAM-Allie. died August
August 11, 2006.
JACKSON-Toyetta E., 55,
died August 8, 2006.
JAVA-Ruby P., died August 7,
2006. A. B. COLEMAN MOR-
August 13, 2006.
JORDAN-Kenneth L., died
August 9, 2006.
LAIDLER-Willie Veta, died
August 13, 2006. ALPHON-
SO WEST MORTUARY, INC.
died August 7, 2006.
NOBLE-Ronald, died August
13, 2006. ..
OWENS-Torin Bernard, died
August 11, 2006.
PALMER-Perry, 52, died
August 6, 2006.
died August 4, 2006.
DeShawn, died August 8,
STATEN-Tangen C., died
august 7, 2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY, INC.:
STEPHENS-Bernard D., died
August 12, ,2006. A.B. COLE-
MAN MORTUARY, INC.
August 9, 2006.
died August 8, 2006.
THOMPSON-Robert, 69, died
August 13, 2006.
TILLMAN-Doris, died August
VEAL-Marcus, 41,died July
WARREN-Mary Lee, died
August 9, 2006.
WARREN-Orlando S., died
August 7, 2006.
WYMAN-Maggie E. Cooper,
49, died August 13, 2006.
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New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
Sunday School .....................................9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .....................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays
(Old Sanctuary)............ .................11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting........... ........ 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus
(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
S Sunday School 9:15-10:15 a.m.
Sunday Praise & Worship 8:00 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
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
MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
S George Harvey, Jr.; M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
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GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church II hcre Eierybody Is Somebody"
SBishop Lorenzo Hall.,,Pastor
Street Address: 723 WWt4th St. Jacksohville, Florida 32209'
M ailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Fla 32206
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cannot indicate that a casket or vault
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We received wonderful news from Tallahassee, Florida
recently. We learned that Jacksonville native and recent
retiree' from Florida State University as Executive Assistant
to the President, Dr. Freddie Lang Groomes-McLendon
was installed National-international Parliamentarian for
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., during the Sorority's 2006
International Convention. Some 8000 members attended the
formal banquet at Cob Hall in Detroit, MI where the instal-
lation was held. Previously, Dr. Groomes-McClendon
served the Sorority as National Secretary, Chairman of the
National Program Committee, and Founding chairperson of
the Connection Committee which advocates social and polit-
ical action. She is a recipient of the Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority's highest award for its graduate members, the
Founders Graduate Award.
Also installed were the National-international President
Ms. Barbara McKenzie, the National-international Vice-
President Mrs. Carolyn-House-Stewart and other officers
at the national-international level. Mrs. House-Stewart is
also a Floridian from Tampa, FL and will become the
Sorority's National-international President in 2010.
Founded in 1908 at Howard University, Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority is the first sorority established by African
American women in the United States. The Sorority will
celebrate its centennial in Washington, D.C. in 2008.
The First Coast is of course very proud of one of its own
receiving such noteworthy recognition!
City Kids Art Factory
The City Kids Art Factory, Inc. a non profit organization
located in the heart of historic Durkeeville is a place where
children 8 to 17 years of age learn and are exposed to vari-
ous art forms, including but not limited to painting, drawing
and literature. The City Kids Art Factory culminated its
Summer 2006 session with an art extravaganza. Family,
friends joined with prominent community leaders who excit-
edly arrived at the facility to see the magnificent art work of
the Sumer 2006 participants. An added delight for the art
participants was being able to sell some of the work to art
enthusiasts. A special group of participants were present'
monetary awards b) the Bold City Chapter, Links, Inc. for
winning their health themed poster contest.
The City Kids Art Factorn offers free art classes during
school breaks including the Summer, Christmas and Spring
breaks. For future sessions call City Kids Art Factory at
(904) 355-CKAF (2523).
What a wonderful 'fit' for Durkeeville!!
Reception for Mayo Clinic Fellows
In Nairobi. Kenya there is a six year old hospital facility,
St. Mary's Mission Hospital. Founded on the principal of
being a "Catholic Community of Health Care Ministry,, in
Service for the Poor", St. Mary's sees upwards of 1,000 per-
sons per da\ and the hospital wards' beds are always fully
occupied. The hospital clinics welcome all who come and
those needing health care travel from outlying areas to have
much needed surgeries. St. Mary's Hospital encourages its
staff to engage in course work to upgrade their skills.
However, staff must often travel outside of Kenya-for more
extensive training. With the financial assistance of the Bold
City Chapter. Links, Inc. and Catholic Charities, Drs.
Charles Munyiri and Sam Oula were able to participate in
a six weeks fellowship at Mayo Clinic of Jacksonville.
During their stay on the First Coast, Mill Cove Golf Club
,owners T. C. and Mrs. Ruby Newman hosted a! lovely
Saturday afternoon Reception at their elegantly dazzling
home. And what a delightful duo were these doctors. During
a question and answer period, the question of w hy they prac-
tice their profession in. an area where their compensation is
meager in comparison to other areas, their response was,
"There are those who \work for monetary compensation, we
are doctors because our passion is to serve others".
May God bless these w wonderful doctors and may more of
them have the same opportumiit to come to Mayo Clinic to
enhance their medical skills. This is their ministry as well as
MARK YOU R CALENDAR!!
The Scholarship Ministry of Second Missionary Baptist
Church presents The Ritz Voices In Concert, Sunday
September 17, 20006, 4:00 PM. The Ritz Voices, of the Ritz
Theatre & LaVilla Museum is talented group of 80 artistical-
ly astounding young voices. You won't want to miss this
Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming events.
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Dr. Freddie Lang
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Photo courtesy of Dr. Groomes
Bold City Links members Mesdames Sandra Hull-
Richardson, Dr. Judy Batson and Madeline Scales-
Taylor with poster contest winners. (Photo BY J. CARL DAVIS,
State Representative Audrey Gibson with Bold City
Chapter, Links, Inc. members (Photo BY J. CARL DAVIS, SR.)
Howard Taylor with his granddaughter 'CoCo' Jones
and Barry University student Jamal Madyan' son of
State Representative Audrey Gibson. (Photo BY J. CARLDAVIS,
At right Ms. Liz Rodriguez is shown with a talented artist ; :
and his mural creation. (Photo BY J. CARL DAVIS, SR.) ''
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I A proud young artist displays his painting during
SilIaV .I Extravaganza. (Photo BY J. CARL DAVIS,'SR.)
City Kids Arts Factory Supporters Ms. Liz Rodriguez,
Keith Snipes, Ms. Glendia Cooper and Ms. Tracey Jones.
Artist in Residence at City Kids Arts Factory. (Photo BY J.
CARL DAVIS, SR.)
Mrs. Madeline Scales-Taylor, Dr. Carolyn Williams and
young Arts Extravaganza visitors. (Photo BY J. CARL DAVIS,
The T. C. Newmans with their guests at the Mayo
Fellows reception they hosted, Mayo physician Dr.
Bruce Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell, Dr. Norma Solomon
White, Bold City Links chapter president, and Drs.
Charles Munyiri and Sama Oula. (Photo BY BETTYASQUE
Bold City Links members at the Newmans Mayo Fellows
reception-Mesdames Louise Huey, Rosalind Mixon
Phillipt and Dr. Norma Solomon White. (tPhoto BY BETTY
Mothers and daughters together at the Mayo Fellows
reception were Mrs. Dolores Mitchell and daughter Ms.
Gwen Mitchell and Mrs. Rita Perry with daughter Ms.
Sylvia Perry. (Photo BY BETTY ASQUE DAVIS)
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Motor Vehicle Employee New Chief Financial Officer,
PleadsGuilty To Conspiracy
To Receive Gratuities Vice President Named At FAMU
TAMPA, Fla. United States Attorney Paul I. Perez today
announced that YOLANDA PIPPINS pleaded guilty before
United States Magistrate Judge Thomas B. McCoun, III to
conspiracy to make false statements and to corruptly solicit
and accept things of value in connection with the actions of
a State government agency. The charge carries a maximum
sentence of five years' imprisonment and a fine of $250,000.
Pippins entered her plea of guilty to Count One of an
information which the United States filed on July 17, 2006.
According to the information and plea agreement and testi-
mony at the guilty plea hearing, Pippins was an employee of
the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles and worked at its Largo, Florida office.
During the time period alleged in the information, she
conspired with other individuals to obtain and receive
money and things of value in exchange for approving appli-
cations by various license holders to obtain Commercial
Drivers. Licenses (CDLs). She approved these applications
despite the lack of qualification of the applicants. In
exchange for those actions, Pippins received money and
things of value from other co-conspirators who steered the
CDL applicants to her.
The case was investigated by the United States.
Department of Transportation-Office of Inspector General,
the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and the Florida
Highway Patrol and Department of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant
United States Attorney Jay L. Hoffer of the Tampa Division.
Of Florida High
TALLAHASSEE Governor Jeb Bush and Education
Commissioner John L. Winn announced a record number of
Florida's high school graduates took the American College
Test (ACT). This year 66,299 of Florida's 2006 high school
graduates took the ACT, up from 58,302 in 2005. Of all high
school graduates, 44 percent took the ACT in Florida com-
pared to -40 percent nationally.
The ACT is one of two college entrance tests Florida stu-
dents can choose to take. Last year, more than 93,500 of
Florida's 2005 high school graduates took the SAT, repre-
senting 65 percent of the total number of high school gradu-
"Florida has been extremely successful at increasing the
number of students taking college entrance exams," said
Governor Bush. "We must continue to encourage all of our
S high school students to take these exams and prepare for the
rigor of college and the workforce."
Minority students represent 47 percent of the 2006 test
takers, compared to 30 percent nationally. During 2006,
African Americans represented 21 percent of the Florida test
takers, compared to only 13 percent nationwide. Hispanic
students .comprised 17 percent of Florida test takers, com-
pared to only eight percent nationally.
"It is gratifying that more students are taking the ACT,"
said Commissioner Winn. "That is, why high school reform
S is critical to keep up with student aspirations by better
preparing them to be successful in the future."
The ACT is comprised of four separate exams in English,
reading, math and science and an optional writing test.
Students receive a score for each subject as well as a com-
posite score, which is the average otall the subject scores. In
: Florida, the average composite score is 20.3, down one tenth
of a point frorn 20.4 compared to last year.
Florida's Hispanic students continue to outscore
Hispanic students nationally with an average composite
score of 19.6 compared to 18.6 nationally. Florida's African
American students scored slightly lower than their national
counterparts earning a 16.8 compared to 17.1.
The ACT is a voluntary college entrance exam. ACT
scores can be used for admission to a state university, the
Talented 20 program, for meeting qualifications for the
Bright Futures Scholarship Program or for placement into
regular college courses.
Students now have access to information about the ACT
and other college entrance exams through Florida's first-
ever, online student advising system, the Florida Academic
Counseling and Tracking for Students or www.FACTS.org.
FACTS.org offers students returning to school this year
an innovative tool to chart their course for sticcess with the
ePersonal Education Planner (ePEP).
The ePEP will help students identify appropriate course-
work to prepare for the ACT and other college entrance
exams. As part, of Governor Jeb Bush's A++ Plan for
Education to increase the rigor and relevance of Florida's
middle and high| schools, students will. now complete an
ePEP to help them plan' for the future.
Middle school students will complete their ePEP after.
taking a .one-year career and' education planning course.
Since ePEP was launched by FACTS.org last fall, more than
55,413 Florida students have created an ePEP.
--, 'To learn more about the ACT yisit www.fldoe.org. To
learn more about FACTS.org or to complete an ePEP, visit
www.FACTS.g. I' '
Florida A&M University
said a fond goodbye to one
financial administrator and
announced the promotion of
another. Grace Ali, former
University of Miami budget
director, has been named
chief financial officer at
"I am optimistic that we
can tackle many of the
issues that FAMU now
faces--addressing the recent
audit findings, making new
hires and improving fiscal
management and accounta-
bility," said Ali.
Ali was originally hired
in July to be the new FAMU
comptroller. She was edu-
cated at the U university of
where she a bachelor of
degree with honors.
The CPA, who has also
studied at Harvard
University, earned a mas-
ter's of business administra-
tion from the University of
Miami, Coral gables in 1987
and a doctorate in higher
education leadership in
"We are going to do bet-
ter. It is essential that we
continue to address some of
the systemic problems that
that have plagues us so that
our fiscal house is as sound
as any other in the state uni-
versity system," said Ali..
Ali replaces Gerald
Dunn, who has served as the
chief financial officer since
Dunn's last day at
FAMU was friday, august
11. he said he would return
to Lockheed-Martin which
is based in Maryland, to a
job with increased. responsi-
"As you know, I have
been on loan for a year,"
Dunn said. "This gave me
an opportnuity to do some-
thing different, outside of
Corporate America. I am:
looking forward to returning
to Lockheed-Martin and
continuing my 23-year
career with them."
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Teacher continued from A-I
and ran outside where he and neighbors detained the suspect.
The teacher (suspect) told the officers that the boy had told him he was 18 years
of age. The boy said the suspect asked him to have sex but he refused. However,
he said that the suspect did touch his private area both on and under his clothing.
Nothing else happened.
The officer reported that he observed broken items in the living room of the house
and that the suspect's shirt was torn. The teacher was arrested and charged with
lewd/lascivious molestation with a victim over 12 but under 16.
Racism continued from A-1
tolerate discrimination and racism. Mr. Mayor further
stated that the report indicated that the men and women
of JFRD are doing a great job for the community. In
fact, he said, they are doing an exceptional job when it
comes to service to the community. This gives him the
basis to give them an opportunity to clear up the matters
the commission feel are not on track.
SSenator Tony Hill said that since the mayor is not fol-
lowing the recommendations of the Commission, he is
giving a message to all city employees that it would not
'',be wise to make a complaint about mistreatment within
S any city departments and that the rules are not equal.
: i Mr. Hill stated, "When.the playing field is even, we
can rise as high as anybody.else." "However, when the
Senator Tony Hill rules change, we have a problem." He used Tiger
Woods, the Williams's sisters and Holyfield as an exam-
Spie of how blacks can perform when the playing field is
even. Mr. Peyton has elected to change the rules by
making hollow commitments, said President Isaiah
h Rumlin of the NAACP. The NAACP said that the
mayor came into office with a commitment to the
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department Union and is
appearing to keep his commitment to them by refusing
to follow his own Human Rights Commission's recom-
Mr. Edward Exson, president of the Southern
"- Christian Leadership Conference said that Jacksonville
is in the midst of a major crisis with the murders,
Mayor John Peyton racism, drugs, guns, corruption, illiteracy, unwed moth-
ers, black unemployment, and broken families, plus dys-
functions..This he said is what Dr. Martin Luther King called a social catastrophe.
Yet, the Mayor calls for a "Day of Faith" while on the other hand destroy the faith
that one might have had in him by, ignoring the recommendations made.n
Murders continued from A-1
black family front purchasing the house in his neighborhood in January, 2006.
Florida's Attorney General Charlie Crist said the four men placed a bomb direct-
ly under the bedroom of the couple, who Were celebrating their 25th anniversary.
The case remained unsolved until now after the Florida Department of Law\
Enforcement determined that Earl J. Brooklyn who was known for being a V violent
Klansman, Tillmna H. Belvin,.his friend and fellow Klansmrns along with Joseph
N. Cox. who too was a Klansman. He committed suicide when the FBI approached
him on the matter. The fourth Klansman, Edward L. Spivey implicated Cox.in a
deathbed confession. This is the first time the four Klansmen were named. :All four.
are no longer living.
JUDGE ORDERS BUSH TO HALT WARRANTLESS SURVEILLANCE
U. S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor ruled Thursday that the Bush administra-
tion's warrantless surveillance program was imequivocal: According to the
Constitution, it should not exist. She said that the practice violates the rights to free
speech and privacy as well as the separation of powers, and said the administration
appeared to argue that the president has the "inherent power" to violate laws of
The American Civil Liberties Union, which brought the suit, said it would oppose
a stay but agreed to delay enforcement of the injunction until Judge Taylor hears
arguments September 7, 2006.
Suspicious Liquid Found At W VA. Airport
CEREDO, W.Va. A West Virginia airport terminal was evacuated Thursday
after two bottles of liquid found in a woman's carry-on luggage twice tested posi-
tive for explosives residue, a Transportation Security Administration spokeswoman
Chemical tests later Thursday turned up no explosives in the bottles, said Capt.
Jack Chambers, head of the State Police Special Operations unit. The airport was
reopened after nearly 10 hours.
"It looks like there were four items containing liquids," said TSA spokes-
woman Amy von Walter. A machine that security checkpoint screeners use to test
for explosives registered positive results for two containers, and a canine team also
got a positive hit, she said.
The TSA screening looks for a range of explosives residue, some of which can
be found on common household items, said TSA spokesman Darrin Kayser.
Airport manager Larry Salyers said he was told the woman was a 28-year-old of
Pakistani descent who had moved to West Virginia from Jackson, Mich.
No charges were filed against the woman, who was taken from the airport by fed-
eral authorities at 5 p.m., Salyers said.
The woman was cooperative, officials said.
The woman's mother told the Associated Press.that her daughter, who is four
months pregnant and lives in Barboursville, W.Va., was targeted because of her
Nationality' and Islamic headcover.
S"It was not only a false alarm, it was racial discrimination because there was
.nothing," Mianr Qayyum said, refusing to name her daughter.
"She just had water to drink because she is pregnant and she had a face wash that
had a drop of bleach on it." Qayyum said from her home in Jackson.
The FBI did not immediately return messages Thursday night seeking comn-
ment on the racial profiling allegations.
A screener noticed a bottle in a woman's carry-on bag as she was going through
security before her 9:15 a.m. flight to Charlotte, N.C., said Tri-State Airport
Authority President Jim Booton. '
One bottle contained a gel-type facial cleanser. FBI spokesman Jeff Killeen said.
"Anytime a prohibited item is brought to a checkpoint, then you are going to be
immediately more interested in that bag," Kayser said.
The womai haa purchased a one-way ticket to Detroit by way of Charlotte on
Wednesday. Salyers said.
The flight was allowed to leave for Charlotte, and the terminal was evacuated at
11:25 a.m., officials said.
Commercial airline service was suspended, and about 100 passengers and airport
employees were ordered to leave the terminal, Bo6ton said.
Two airlines Comair and US Airways Express -:serve the airport.
After the evacuation, many passengers decided to stay aid wait it out.
"We bought them pizza, soft drinks ... tried to make them comfortable a's could
be in this situation." Salvers said. "We had them in the parking lot, under trees, in
conference rooms, the firehouse."
U.S. authorities banned the carrying of liquids onto flights last week after British
officials made arrests in an alleged plot to blow up U.S.-bound planes using explo-
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Drummers (above) at the GullahlGeechee International African Music and Movement
Festival on St. Helena Island, South Carolina in 2005 celebrate their heritage through
polyrhythms. Queen Quet, Chieftess of the GullahlGeechee Natioh, invites
GullahlGeechees from around the world to Charleston, August .25-27, to the
International African Music and Movement Festival 2006 at the Charleston Maritime
Center and other locations in downtown Charleston. The event will raise funds for a
number of causes with a primary focus on funding a land trust to help
GullahlGeechees develop the mechanisms to stay on their land and empower them-
selves economically. Saturday is "GullahlGeechee Reunion Day" and reunites all
GullahlGeechees throughout the Gullah/ Geechee Nation, from Jacksonville, Florida
to Jacksonville, NC, including the Sea Islands. Sunday is "Shout Day." The festival
celebrates and commemorates Queen Quet's official enstoolment as Queen Mother
and head-of-state. Workshops and historic boat tours, during which participants will
honor their ancestors, have been planned for the weekend.
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African American Leaders Make AIDS
In Black America a National Priority
TORONTO, The has invaded our house, and
African American Leaders o u r
Delegation of The Black leaders
SA Institute s accept
B (BAI) owner-,
made a ship and
Historic fight it
pledgeI wit h
to work every-
with the Jesse Jackson thing we
Julian Bo ent ir e' have. The Black AIDS
African Institute's African American
American community, to Leaders Delegation has
accept personal responsibili- begun this work today."
ty for ending the devastation Black people are dispro-
of AIDS in the Black com- portionately impacted by
S munity. AIDS in this country.
S The Delegation, which is .According to the US.Centers
part of BAI's recently for Disease Control and
Launched :Black Prevention, Blacks account
Mobilization i.Campaign, for half of all new cases of
announced their pledge from HIV, the virus that causes
.the XVI International AIDS AIDS. It is the leading cause
..Conference in Toronto. of death for black women
where member organiza- between the ages of 25 and
tions and individual leaders 34.
Shad gathered, including Overall, Black people
civic, political. religious, are seven times more likely
social service, media, educa- to die from AIDS than other
tion and civil rights groups at-risk groups.
from across the nation that "Because of poverty,
have a tradition of serving ignorance and prejudice,
the African American com- AIDS has been allowed to
munity. stalk and kill Black America
"We call on leaders to like a erial killer," said Rev.
lead," said Julian Bond, Jesse Jackson, Chairman,
Chairman of the National Rainbow PUSH Coalition
Association h for the and member of the African
Advancement of Colored American Leaders
People (NAACP) and Delegation. "But we have
Delegation member. "The' also been a compliant vic-
story of AIDS in America is tim, :submitting through
Mostly one of failure to inaction. We have a lesson to
'lead. and nofa here is this learn from our gay brothers
truer than in our Black com- and sisterswho fought back
iimunities. We have led suc- when AIDS attacked their
cessful responses to many communities two decades
other challenges in the past. ago. They started to save
Now is the: time for us to themselves, in part by using
; :face the fact that AIDS has' strategies Iom our civil
become a Blaclkdisease. It rights playbook. It is now
time for us to fight AIDS
like the major civil rights
issue it is."
According to Phill
Wilson, Founder arid
Executive Director of BAI
and coordinator -of the
African American Leader's
Delegation, it is only by
mobilizing all corners of
Black America that AIDS
can be overcome.
"For years we thought
that bringing attention to the
impact of AIDS in Black
America would be enough
to stop its destruction," said
Wilson. "We know now that
attention will not end AIDS
any more than a smoke
alarm; will put out a house
fire. Action is what will save
us and it is action that we are
\pledging tq take. Our mem-
ber organizations have long
ministered to the traditional
African American commu-
nity andtoday stand ready to
rally them to this new
The Delegation's action
begins with a formal Pledge
signed today by members of
American -organizations and-
other African American
leaders to make deep and
sustained transformations in
the ways their organizations
do business so that AIDS
becomes an integrated prior-
ity. To do this, each group
will appoint a national AIDS
Director, develop a strategic
five year plan, build AIDS
goals in all group mission
statements, and spotlight
AIDS through various com-
munications to their staff,
members and Black commu-
African Music and Movement
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VOL. 12 NO. 7
By The Florida Star
August 19, 2006
Nease High To Play In Inaugural Bill Bates
High School Football Classic At UNF
..., .-. ,e ,l, iprnpions. Nease and Mlempphis Universitt School (Tennessee). \vill square off
in the inaugural "Bill Bates High School i-oornoa Li'ssi.L aLiurLr.a. -.\ugusT 2o. 3.00 p.m. at the University of
North Florida in Jackson ille.
Bill Bates. a former Dallas Cowboy. and long-time supporter of high school athletics. presents the Bill Bates
High School Football Classic as a great opportunity to help high school athletic program.
"NMaintaiinng an association with high school athletics is important to me and my family, and \ e are thrilled
that \we could start this tradition right here at home." stated bates. "this ~\ill definitely be a great day for high
The nease team. coached by Craig Howard. has a record of 24-4 over two years, highlighted by a 2005 state
championship campaign. Meemphis University School led by Coach Bobby Alston has won two consecuti e state
championships in Tennessee \\ith a combined record of 22-2.
Nease \\ ill make contributions, including a percentage of ticket revenue, to the Tom Coughlin Jay Foundation.
a foundation created to improve the quality of life of families going through the crisis of a child with cancer, and
the JT To\\nsend Fund. a fund that supports Jerry (J.T.i Tow nsend. an Episcopal High School football player \\ho
suffered a spinal cord injury in 2004
Teens, Cars And A Dose Of Reality
PHOENIX. Ariz IAug. 16. 2006)... S,\eet 16 signals "\Toom. ,room" for man\ youngsters. yet the road
freedom comes \\ith a lot of financialresponsibilitn Just ho\\ much ma\ surprise teens and parents alike.
director o ecaton Education On Wheels
for Take Charee
America, a national
nonprofit credit couln- "_
selling agency y says the
cost of a car is only
part of the picture.
ance premiums for a
young driver can put a
financial strain on par-
ents w\ho are living
p a c h e c k -to-pay-
check," he said.
another vehicle can be
\ero high, especially
when the primary dri v-
er is a ie\v. Voun.g
driver. E\ en if the
teen driver doesn't
have his or her o\\-n
Vehicle, there is still
the added cost of gas
and maintenance on '
the family vehiclee
from the additional The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus visits Macy Gray's M. Gray Mus
cointiii-di on B-2
Academy in North Hollywood, CA. Students of the school recorded in state-oT-tne-
art on-board studio. Shown (L to R); Macy Gray with M. Gray Music Academy stu-
dents. (Photo By The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus)
Active Kids Less likely To Yield To Peer Pressure............................................. .....B-3
CLEAN KIDS JOKES ...................................................................................................... B-6
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In this photo provided by Verizon Yellow Pages,
actor James Earl Jones, center, talks with children
after reading 'Casey at the Bat' to more than 200 area
residents, Thursday, August 3, 2006, in the Harlem
neighborhood of New York, as part of the City Parks
Foundation's free CityParks Kids program. Verizon
Yellow Pages funds the summer-long program that
encourages the enjoyment of reading. (AP Photo/Verizon
Yellow Pages, Diane Bondareff)
IN PREP RAP
(Continued From Cover)
Accorang to the 2005 Autoextra.com "Kids' First Car Survey," 76 percent of stu-
dents aged 16 to 22 have their own cars. About 54 percent of those students paid
$10,000 or less for their vehicle. Sullivan says some teens may need help putting that
cost into perspective.
"Many students work minimum wage jobs. It would take more than 1,900 hours of
work -- an entire year at a full-time job ---just to purchase a $10,000 car on that wage,"
he said. Sullivan describes five "must-discuss" financial issues for parents and their.
teens who want a chance to get behind the wheel:
New v. Used Regardless of whether you buy used or new, it's important to do
your research and shop around for the best price. Keep in mind that the total price of
the car is generally higher than the ticket price. Consider gas mileage and maintenance
costs as you make your decision. Don't forget to call your insurance agent to get quotes
for coverage on the vehicle before you buy; the differences in insurance cost for differ-
ent vehicles can be surprising. If you decide to buy used, research prices in the Kelley
Blue Book. The Web site, .www.kbb.com
compare new and used car values by make and model. Lower miles on used cars are
better if you plan to resell and you may still be covered for some maintenance under
the warranty. You also need to research how the previous owner treated the vehicle.
You can do this by requesting a report .from www.carfax.com
want any surprises that could force you to pay out even more cash for repairs or new
parts. It is always a good idea to have a trusted mechanic look over a used car before
Loans Car loans are an effective way to build credit, yet most companies will
require a co-signer for teens, because the age group generally lacks credit history and
collateral. If the loan is in the teen's name and the teen can't afford to make the pay-
ments, the person who co-signed is responsible. Parents and their teens need to discuss
who will make the payments and the importance of making payments on time in order
to avoid negative credit ratings for both the teen and the co-signer which can, in turn,
prevent both parties from qualifying for credit cards and other loans.
Gas & Maintenance The U.S. has been battling record gas prices for more than
year. Lengthy commutes to school or work can suck up cash quickly. Sharing your
ride and the costs of gasoline with other commuters can lighten the burden. The type
of vehicle you drive is only part of the gas mileage equation; good gas mileage is also
dependant upon proper maintenance. Low tire pressure and improper oil levels
decrease gas mileage, which can cause you to shell out even more money in gas.
Regular maintenance is vital to keeping the car in good condition for years to come, so-
be sure to include the costs of maintenance in determining your car budget. In offer to
avoid unnecessary or "trumped up" car maintenance costs, be a well-informed con-
sumer. Read your car manual to better understand required maintenance. Establish a
relationship with a mechanic if possible for regular maintenance. Get several bids for
any major repairs and check with the Better Business Bureau and related agencies
before you turn your car over to just any auto repair shop.
Insurance Shelling out $2,000 for insurance a year isn't uncommon for teens
with their own cars and that figure could already include discounts for good grades
and driver education courses, which are musts for teens who want to get behind the
wheel. (Note: drivereducation courses cost about $100.) If a teen will be sharing the
family car, there is the option of being added to a parent pr guardian's existing insur-
ance policy, Regardless, it won't be cheap. Piggy-backing off an adult's policy can
cause the premiums to double, depending on your location. Insurance rates will rise if
a teen owns a high-performance sports car, or a vehicle that lacks safety features.
Young males also pay more per year than their female counterparts. Choosing a higher
deductible will lower insurance premiums but if a teen gets into an accident he/she
will be forced to pay much more money out of pocket to get the problem fixed.
It's Not Just a Ticket One little ticket can lead to huge financial burdens, espe-
cially for young males who are more likely to get into accidents, according to the insur-
ance industry. Excessive speeding or reckless driving can cause premiums to soar hun-
dreds of dollars a year. While one ticket may be covered by defensive driving school
in some states, insurance companies may drop drivers with multiple tickets and/or acci-
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both strongly influence
Active pressure may be'
in the form of an explicit
offer to drink alcohol or a
verbal criticism for refus-
ing to drink. Other forms
of direct pressure include
invitations to participate in
drinking games or order-
ing of rounds of drinks
while at a bar.
Passive pressure is
based on a teen's desire to
fit in and adopt the values
and practices of fellow
teens. Passive social pres-
sures can be further divid-
ed into social modeling of
alcohol use- ("everyone's
doing it") and perceptions
S,^ regarding peers' alcohol
use. Although many teens
do drink alcohol to an
S- alarming degree, teens
the rates at which their
-- friends drink. This false
sense that all teens drink
can lead teens to feel that
a they have to drink to fit in.
By eighth grade, nearly
S half of all adolescents
-- report having had at least
** one drink and one in five
* -- report having been
- 3. Are all teens affected
*- by peer pressure the same
No. An adolescent with
a healthy self-esteem and
strong sense of self will be
better able to resist both
-- active and passive pres-
S sures to drink. In contrast,
-- teens who are depressed or
insecure are more likely to
succumb to peer pressure.
Fortunately, parents can
help their teenage children
resist the pressures to
S- drink. By staying
involved, parents can
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lessen the impact of peer pressure.
4. Does peer pressure change as teens get older?
Yes. While rates of adolescent emotional development vary and transitions are not necessarily smooth, the role of peers and peer pressure
changes as teens.progress through early, middle and late adolescence.
5. Is peer pressure the only factor leading to underage drinking?
No. Other important influences on teen drinking include relationships with parents, parental drinking, sibling drinking, participation in religious
activities and the media.
"Underage drinking is often influenced by peer pressure," saidKaren Soren,.HAA expert/M'D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and
Public Health at Colunbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. "By knowing the facts, you can better prepare yourself to address peer
pressure in conversations with your teen. Remember, these conversations need to be ongoing, and topics will often need to be revisited as the teen
matures both physically and psychologically."
To learn more, or to request a copy of the brochure "Facts & Conversations: Peer Pressure," visit www.EnjoyHeinekenResponsibly.com.
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Casino, Harrah's R6no and the Silver Legacy Resort Casino, Mary J Blige: The
Breakthrough Experience stops in Reno for one night only during a 30 city nation-wide tour.
Pen the debut album from Mary J Blige, What's the 411?, hit the street in 1992, critics
,--nd faasx alike were floored by its powerful combination of modem R&B with an edgy rap
.,.d that- glanced off of the pain and grit of her Yonkers, NY, childhood. Called alternate-
ly the new Chaka Khan or Aretha Franklin, Blige had little in common stylistically with
either of those artists, but like them helped adorn soul music with new textures and flavors .. .
that inspired a whole generation of musicians. With her blonde hair, self-preserving slouch,
and combat boots, Blige was street-tough and beautiful all at once, and the record company
execs who profited off of her early releases did little to dispel the bad-girl image that she-
earned as she stumbled through the dizzying first days of her career.
As she exorcised her personal demons and softened her style, she remained a hero to
j thousands of girls growing up in the same kinds of rough places she came from. Blige rein-
vented her career again and again by shedding the bad habits and bad influences that kept
her down; by the time her fourth album, Mary, was released in 1999, she had matured into
an expressive singer able to put the full power of her voice behind her music, while still
reflecting a strong urban style. With her fifth album, No More Drama, it wasn't just Blige's
style that shone through the structures set up for her by songwriters and producers; it was
her own vision -- spiritual, emotional, personal and full of wisdom. The album reflected an
artist who was comfortable with who she was and how far she had come. The Mary J. Blige
on No More Drama seemed miles away from the flashy kid on What's the 411?, yet it was
still possible to see the path through her music that produced an older, wiser, but still expres-
sive artist. In 2003 she was reunited with Sean "Puffy" Combs, who produced the majority
of that year's Love and Life album.
In December 2005 Blige released The Breakthrough, which debuted at No.1 on the
Billboard 200 album Chart. The Breakthrough has currently sold over 2.2 million copies,
fueled by the hit single, "Be Without You." The sixth Mary J Blige recording to reach No.
1 on the R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart, "Be Without You" shares that honor with "You Remind
Me," "Real Love," "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By," "Not Gonna Cry,"
and "Family Affair." At the 2006 BET Awards on June 27, Blige took the award for Best
Female R&B and tied for Video of the Year with Kanye West for "Be Without You."
Beyond commercial success, the press is unanimous in their praise of the artistry of "The
Breakthrough." Vanity Fair raves, "...she's still the Queen..." USA Today claims, "Another Blige 'Breakthrough' ...Blige still touches souls..."
People Magazine calls the CD "...one of her most impassioned performances, proving a little drama can go a long way." NY Daily News says Mary,
"...wins by finely delivering songs that show how complicated simple joy can be." The Boston Globe hails the CD as "...a start-to-finish triumph."
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Pa. Girl Wins 'America's Got Talent'
LOS ANGELES An I -ear-old Philadelphi:a 1--,y-t ,nrnwn- inni skills captured the finale
LOS ANGE LE ,JuL IltU1tl -- aria claimed the gI million prize.
When Bianca Ryan's name was announced, the 11-year-old's jaw dropped and she could bare-
ly answer host Regis Philbin's questions.
"You all right? Bianca, how do you feel darling? You OK?" Philbin said.
"Oh my god, I don't even know!" a stunned Ryan said as tears streamed down her face.
Her rendition of Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart" earned rave reviews.
The program was created by "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell and FremantleMedia, the
company that produces the Fox hit singing contest.
Outkast have again denied they are to
._ _- The superstar hip-hop duo have been the
l subject of constant speculation regarding
their future, since before the release of
-* i ^ 2003's Speakerboxx/The Love Below LP.
With Andre 3000 and Big.Boi about to
release the follow-up, Idlewild--which is a
Movie with accompanying soundtrack--the
rumours have again surfaced.
Bianca Ryan However, Andre has insisted that Outkast
remain active and will continue to be
so, although they have no plans to
play live together for the foreseeable
He explained: "Yesterday I got a
phone call from Big Boi and he said
that on some.hip-hop web ites that the
headlines were reading something to
the effect of 'It's Official: Outkast Is
Broken Up,' or something like that.
"N-ggas hit me in the street like,
a a'Yeah, man, I heard the bad news.
Sorry to hear about that.' I'm like,
'Man, what are you talking about?'
V' Everything is still tight, most definite-
"We're holding it under wraps. We
want to keep it on the low so expecta-
tions won't be a certain way. But we're
Outkast still doing music," Andre told MTV.
Outkast release the Idlewild
soundtrack album on August 21. The movie is due out on September 8.
will be available
for Book Signings
September 2, 2006
at Books Plus,-
107 Center Street
Jill Fernandina Beach
from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
and on Historic American Beach
from 3:00-8:00 p.m.
for a Family Affair during
the Annual Labor Day Party.
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Dr. Christina Ramirez-Smith Named
New Dean For JU School OfEducation
dean of the
Liberal Arts at
dean of the
Dr. Christina Ramirez-Smith Education at
University. Her appointment was announced today by Dr.
Lois Becker, senior vice president of academic affairs, and
President Kerry Romesburg.
Over the past 25 years, she has worked as a school-
teacher, college professor and dean, educational and
fundraising consultant, and corporate human resources
director. She worked at CNU from 1992 to 2001 as a profes-
sor of education, director of student teaching and intern-
ships, and dean. She has also held teaching, research and
administrative positions at Morgan State University in
Maryland, Vermont College of Norwich University, and the
College of the Bahamas. Most recently, she consulted on
international education issues and worked with several com-
munity and charitable organizations.
As dean of the CNU C9llege of Liberal Arts, she oversaw
14 academic departments and 250 full-time and adjunct fac-
ulty. She has experience with admissions, accreditation,
budgeting, strategic planning, curriculum development, hit-
ing and promotion, grant development and community rela-
"We are extremely pleased to have someone with Dr.
Ramirez-Smith's broad administrative experience and keen
knowledge of how to gain success in the midst of some of
the most difficult issues facing K-12 education," Becker
said. "She is passionate and energetic, and has a proven track
record of collaborated e outreach to all the stakeholders in the
Ramirez-Smith said she is looking forward to leading the
School of Education at a time \ hen there is a shortage of
First Coast teachers \ho Want to teach and remain in teach-
ing careers. JU's School of Education can meet those chal-
Mt. Vernon To Hold Groundbreaking Ceremony
Pastor Kelly E. Brown,
Jr. and Church officials of
Greater Mt. vernon
Missionary baptist Church
invite the community to
attend the "history in the
Ceremony" for the new
This fellowship will be
held at the church located at
1462 Prince St. on Saturday,
August 19, 11:00 a.m."We
have worked very hard,"
said Pastor Brown. "The
news is the peak of a huge
team effort by members of
the church. Mr. Tom Collier
with Collier Construction
will be building the new
Sanctuary. Many state and
national officials have been
invited to participate in the
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lenges, she said. It has opportunities to recruit more educa-
tion majors and graduate students and to be more visible in
the community, she explained.
Ramirez-Smith, a native of the Bahamas, has a bachelor
of science in elementary and special education from the
University of Idaho, a master of science in educational,
administration from Morgan State University and an Ed.D.
degree from Boston University.
Her recent community and volunteer activities included
serving on the boards of Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, N.J.;
the American Red Cross chapter in Bergen County, N.J.; the
Mahwah Schools Foundation in Mahwah, N.J.; and the
Mahwah and Ho-Ho-Kus Historical Societies in New Jersey.
She was also involved with the-Corona Society and Red
Cross in the Bahamas.
The School of Education at Jacksonville University has
undergraduate programs in elementary and secondary educa-
tion, and'a Master of Arts in Teaching program with several
specialized concentrations. Its programs are certified by the
Florida Department of Education.
Fall Classes To Begin At EWC
Edward Waters College officials are very optimistic and
anticipate a favorable increase in enrollment for the fall 2006
semester. New students will arrive on campus Friday, August
18 and will participate in orientation beginning Saturday,
August 19, through Wednesday, August 23. Registration for
new students will also be held during this time.
Returning students will arrive on campus Sunday, August
20 and will register beginning Monday. August 21 -
Wednesday, August 23.
All students begin classes on Thursday, August 24, 2006.
For additional information, please contact the
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Ask Deanna! is an advice column knownfor its fearless approach to reality-based sub-
I work two jobs because my wife got laid off. She's never
satisfied and when I think about it, I'm breaking my neck
and she spends money left and right. I don't have a prob-
lem with this, but if she wants to have her glamorous
lifestyle, she needs to get a job. When I approach her, she
claims she can't find work but she's not looking. I'm tired
and want to rest but also want to keep my wife happy but -
don't know how.
Joel Omaha, NE
Shut her down, close your wallet and take the credit cards immediately. If your wife
won't work, then you need to make her an item on the budget and give her a monthly
allowance. Once her money runs out, then oh well, she's stuck until the next cycle or
until she gets a job. This may not make your wife happy but at least you'll still be
around to see her.
My husband is addicted to internet pornography. I feel very insulted because it's rude
and disrespectful. We've argued often because I've asked him to entertain himself with
the computer when I'm not around. He will access things on the screen while I'm in
the room and I can't take it. The cost and charges on our credit cards and bank account
is another story. What do I do before this ruins my marriage which I see happening?
You can solve this problem in five minutes and never leave your home. Call your tele-
phone company and have your telephone service disconnected because without phone
service, your husband can't access the internet. Be sure to have a cell phone handy and
prepare for the storm. Take this opportunity to suggest counseling and if the phones
come back on, your husband has to choose between you or the cyber chicks.
I made the mistake and tried to help a friend that got evicted from her apartment. She
has three children and I feel as if I'm living in a tornado. These kids have no home
training, constantly spill food and are always dirty. I'm really losing my mind because
you would think they were deaf the way the television is on full blast. The way my
home looks and the stress I feel makes me willing to lose the friendship if I kick her
out. What do I do?
Anonymous Jacksonville, FL
There may be more to the story of why she got evicted in the first place. If you value
your sanity and possessions, help her plan her next move. Be mature and have a dis-
cussion without placing the blame on the children and express your desire to reclaim
your space. Have a few applications available and some cash to speed the process. This
approach should save your friendship and also get the tiny terrors out the door quick,
fast and in a hurry.
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AUGUST 19, 2006
Football, Muslims and Christians
By Ester Davis
DALLAS, August 17 (UPI) Sitting in the park one day reading my newspaper,
two ten year old males asked if they could have my newspaper. Sure! was the
answer. Another ten minutes they were back for the rest of it..Just curious I want-
ed to know were they looking for a certain article. No! was the answer. They
were making a football to play with.
So, how are you going to make it. Easy! was the answer. So, I decided to
watch. The mounds of papers were then wrapped in several plastic bags, tied and
secured with rubber bands from another visitor in the park. The ends were then
tucked back between the rubber bands.This designer-free knockoff "football" was
ready for play.
The most important player on a football team is not the quarterback or the run-
ning back. Running backs have a spotlight flair because they are out of the pock-
et. The fullback and half back is in the blocking business with full-body or shoe-
string tackles. Tackling the job any way they can. But they are not the most
important player. The quarterback may be the brain if the follow-through works.
Football is about skilled connecting. Football is a mindset with the will and deter-
mination to move the ball in your direction.
Football season is a good "season" for connecting our faiths. In football there is
some talk, but it's the "connecting" that puts the truth in the pudding. Football is
not a game. Football is an institution of higher learning. Talk and speeches are
really cheap. I do not think it takes much effort or courage to stand behind a podi-
um, on a platform and listen to the stares and "amens." Football is action that cre-
ates talk and speeches.
Evidently several members of clergy have decided to move from talk to action.
There is now a "Connecting Our Faiths Interfaith Program Series". The upcoming
series examines "How Muhammad Is Recognized in Judaism, Christianity and
The questions are hard hitting and exploratory. No tipping through the tulips here.
For example, Muslims believe Prophet Mohammed received revelation from God.
But do Jews and Christians agree? What kind of man was the Prophet? If he was
a man of God, what did he teach his followers and how is he recognized in
Judaism, Christianity and Islam?
Did he teach his followers to hate, Jews and push them into the sea? Did he
teach his followers to hate Christians and call them infidels? Did he teach
Muslims to abuse women? Or young men to blow themselves up in suicide
bombings? Can people trust Muslins and feel safe around them?
A rabbi, minister and iman have formed a team "connecting" our faiths. When
asked how they were going to do it. Easy! was the answer. Iman Muhammad
Skakoor, Masjid Warith D. Mohammed, Rev. Dr. George Mason of Wilshire
Baptist Church and Rabbi William Gershon of Congregation Shearith Israel are
setting records in attendance at the series.
"Rather than claiming the truth of our views of God as privileged by our tradi-
tion, we do well to witness to and listen to one another for greater clarity. Moses,
Jesus and Mohammed are the three key figures in our various views of who God
island what God expects from us," said Rev. Dr. George-Mason. "In order to fos-
ter understanding and mutual respect amongst the three major faiths, it is impor-
tant to learn from one another. Sharing our ideas, theology and religious perspec-
tives will open minds and hearts, bringing all of us that much closer together in
the family of humanity".
Just think. It this can be done in one major city, one can at least be done in
every major city with a major football team. Every major city with a soccer team.
Every major city with a biking trail. Every major mountain with a view. Every
major ocean with a boat on it. Every major stream with a fish in it. Every major
palace with royalty. Every major runway with an airport.
I could go on and on, but the point is if we can fill stadiums with "one institu-
tion" (football), surely we can fill stadiums connecting out faiths. Family of
humanity? Easy! is the answer. Needed: Mindset, will, determination.
Ester Davis is a writer and talk show host of the "The Ester Davis Show" on i-TV (former-
ly PAX), Saturday @ 5:30 a.m. and Monday @ 6:30 a.m. Her second book, "The Color:
of Kindness" is a collection of kindnesses extended across racial and cultural lines. Her'
e-mail address is Estyler2000@aol.com. copyright 2006 by Ester Davis
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Maurice Jones-Drew Shines
In Jaguars' Preseason Opener
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Chad Owens cele-
brates his touchdown against the Miami Dolphins dur-
ing the third quarter Saturday, Aug. 12, 2006, in a NFL
pre-season football game at Dolphin Stadium in Miami.
The Jaguars defeated the Dolphins, 31-26. (AP PhotolAlan
Miami Dolphins quarterback Joey Harrington '(3) is
sacked by Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Bobby
McCray during the second quarter Saturday, Aug. 12,
2006, in a NFL pre-season football game at Dolphin
Stadium in Miami. (AP PhototAlan Diaz)
Wildcat Football Players Named
To AII-MEAC Preseason Tean
College were named to the
Preseason All-MEAC Team
announced at the annual
MEAC Football Banquet
held in. July in Virginia
The nine student-ath-
letes ties Hampton
University for the highest
amount of student-athletes
From anyone team named to
this year's squad.
Headlining the Wildcats-
on the Preseason AI-IMEAC
First Team is Anthon'y
Scarlett on the offensive side
of the ball. Scarlett is a 6-5,
300-pound senior offensive
lineman for the 'Cats.
On the defensive side of
the ball, truly one of the
'Cats most experienced sec-
tions of this year's team,
defensive end Dennis King,
'middle linebacker Taurean
SCharles and free safety
Bobbie Williams were
named to the First Team.
Charles led add Wildcats
last year with 94 tackles,
while King finished the year
atop the team in the quarter-
back sacks category with 4.5
oto his credit: Bobbie
.Williams, meanwhile, fin-.
ished third in the nation for
three in the season-opener.
On the Second Team
offense were A-baclkwide
receiver Eric Weems, quar-
terback Jimmie Russell and
punt return specialist Corey
Council. For defense,
defensive end Ramon
McCullough and defensive
back Travis Roland earned
Preseason Second Team
accolades. Roland led1 the
squad last year with 12 tack-
les behind the line of scrim-
Among the others on, this
year's Preseason Team,
Hampton's Justin Duirant
% as tabbed as the Preseason
Defensive Player of the Year
after earning postseason
conference Defensive Player
of the Year honors the last
two years. Hampton's
Alonzo Coleman was sellect-
ed as the Preseason
Offensive Player of the 'Year
after garnering the postsea-
son award last season.
The Wildcats have been
selected to finish fifth (5th)
in the league by the coaches,
and third (3rd) by the media
outlets cqjering the teams
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The Jacksonville Jaguars
completed four touchdown
passes of 50 yards. or more
to beat the Miami Dolphins
31-26 in the exhibition
opener for both teams on
saturday, August 12 in
offense sputtered until
Miami began substituting on
defense. The Jaguars' Byron
Leftwich, playing for the
first time since a broken
ankle sidelined him foi the
final five games last season.
threw a 50-yard touchdown
pass to Matt Jones.
Backup David Garrard
connected on. scores of 62
and 55 yards for the Jaguars,
whose three quarterbacks
(Leftwich, Garrad and
Quinn Gray) netted 321
Leftwich played most of
the first half and finished 6-
for-12 for '100 yards. He
connected on a long pass to
Jones, who beat Dolphins
newcomer Will Allen for a
score in the second quarter.
"We have a lot of work to do
on offense, but it was great
to get that much work,".
Leftwich said. He was
replaced by Garrard, who
went 6-for-11. for 172 yards.
Owens beat the Dolphins
deep to catch a 62-yard
touchdown pass. Owens fin-
ished as the game's leading
receiver with 86 yards on
two catches. In addition to
his 24-yard kickoff return,
he also returned a punt 4
yards and didn't fumble, a
problem that cost him a ros-
ter spot last season.
Second-round draft, pick
Maurice Jones-Drew caught
a short pass from Garrard
and weaved through the sec-
ondary to complete a 55-
The Jaguars' final score
came on a 51-yard pass from
Quinn Gray to George
rookie tight end. Marcedes
Lewis was taken off the field
after being injured in a play
against the Dolphins in the
The Jaguars will hosta
preseason game at home in
Alltel Stadium on August
19, 7:30 p.m. against the
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S.C Thieves Steal
Church's Kitchen Sink
GREENWOOD, S.C. Thieves stole almost nothing but the
kitchen sink from a church after the restaurant-style, stainless
steel basin was left outside during renovations.
"We were just giving the painters enough room to work," said
the Rev. Wilbert Simpson of the Calvary Grove Baptist Church.
"It's sad to think ... that someone would come on God's grounds
to steal something."
The sink was left behind a building during renovations to a
fellowship hall, and Simpson said someone noticed it was miss-
ing over the weekend. A cake warmer was also taken.
Simpson said two weeks ago someone threw rocks through
"We've been having a time lately," he said. "We are in a
secluded-type area, but there are houses all around us. I think
(the stolen sink) is more mischief than anything else."
The church is offering a reward for information on the theft.
Man Arrested In
ROCK HILL, S.C. Police have arrested a man they think
was involved in last month's robbery of a Rock Hill bank by two
men wearing biohazard suits.
Rock Hill Police Lt. Les Herring said it was the first time he
can remember bank robbers wearing the white suits usually worn
to protect someone from dangerous chemicals.
Richard Foster, 34, was arrested Wednesday after coming to
the police station for an interview and charged with entering a
bank with intent to steal, possession of a handgun during a crime
of violence and criminal conspiracy, police Lt. Jerry Waldrop
Police are looking for two other suspects, 18-year-old
Demario Ware and 25-year-old Tavis Barnette, on similar
Investigators are still trying to sort out how each man was
involved in the July 17 robbery at the Family Trust Credit Union
and how they got the biohazard suits, Waldrop said.
INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO THE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
The Governing Board of the District requests that interested
parties respond to the solicitation below by 2:00 p.m., Tuesday,
September 5, 2006. Further information is available through
Onvia DemandStar at www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-1712],
or the District's website at www.sjrwmd.com. Bid packages may
be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by calling
Judy A. Bowen, CPPB,.Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-
BID NUMBER SK302RA
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF HYDROLOGIC DATA
COLLECTION SITES LOCATED IN THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT'S
UPPER ST. JOHNS RIVER BASIN AREAI
The District requires the services of a Contractor to operate and
maintain data collection sites; and to collect, process arid deliv-
er data for numerous surface water and well sites located
throughout the District's Upper St. Johns River Basin area.
The estimated budget for the first term of this project is
A MANDATORY :Pre-Bid Conference is scheduled for 11:00.
a.m., Tuesday, August 22, 2006
District Headquarters Building, 4049 Reid Street, Palatka,
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.
Staffs -recommendation will be presented :to the Governing
Board at its September 12. 2006, meeting. Special accommoda-
tions for disabilities may be requested through Judy A. Bowen,
CPPB, Contracts Administrator or by calling (386) 329-4450-
(TDD), at least five (5) business days before the date needed.:
i INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO THE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Sthe Governing Board of the District requests that interested
parties respond to. the solicitations) below by' 2:00 p.m.,
Thursday, September 7, 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 pack-
ages may be obtained from Onvia DemandStar or the District by
calling Rbse Dugger, Contracts Administrator at (386) 329-4332.
LITTLE. WEKIVA RIVER BIOLOGICAL MONITORING
The objective of the work is Biological monitoring, developing
data, .providing measurable information for the performance
standards, established using FDEP Rapid Bio-assessment (Bio-
,Recon) methods for the macro-invertebrate community of the
Little Wekiva River. Respondents shall have staff certified by
FDEP to perform Bio-Recon Methods.
The estimated budget for the first term (October 1, 2006,-
September 30, 2007) of this project is $25,000.00.
The estimated budgets for the second term (October 1, 2007-
September 30, 2008) and the third term (October 1, 2008-
September 30, 2009) are $25,000 and $25,000 respectively.
Staff recommendation will be presented to the District's
Executive Director. Special accommodations for disabilities may
be requested through Rose Dugger, Contracts Administrator or
by calling (386).329-4450 (TDD), at least five (5) business days
before the date needed.
Your Weekly Horoscope
(AUGUST 19, 2006-AUGUST 25, 2006)
Aries (March 21 -
April 19) You're moving at
glacial speed on
Tuesday -- which
is to say that
you're barely moving at all.
You're perfectly agreeable,
but people have to scale
your icy cliffs if they want to
reach you -- at least until the
middle of the week. On
Wednesday, your ice rapidly
begins to melt, and it causes
a whirlpool of chaos. It's a
fun sort of chaos, but on
Thursday and Friday, you
have so many emails to
reply to and so many details
to oversee that you can bare-
ly keep your head above
water. What a crazy week!
Saturday and Sunday, what-
ever you're feeling, let it
out.. This week lucky num-
bers are: 4, 10, 18, 22, 24.
Taurus (April 20 -
means the world
to you on
your friends are
as loyal as Labradors. A pic-
nic on Tuesday lifts your
spirits. The blue sky, the
green grass, friends -- all the
great picnic virtues are out
in full force. Enjoy it,
because Wednesday throws
you back. into the grind of
everyday life: your job, your
responsibilities, your bills.
On Thursday and Friday,
communicating your feel-
ings doesn't occur to you,
which is exactly why you
should. There's a lot happen-
ing, and your pals would
like to support you in any
way they can. A party is in
order this weekend. This
week lucky numbers are: 14,
20, 22,28, 34,
.Gemini (May 21
June 21) If there's a
chocolate cake sitting on a
try this: Let it sit
there. See if you
can go without it.
Overindulgence threatens to
get the better of you on
Monday and Tuesday.
Wednesday through Friday,
however, indulge all you
want, especially if the indul-
gence is romantic or social
in nature. Splurge on a date.
This week lucky numbers
.are:,2, 8, 14, 18, 24,
Cancer June 21-; July
22) You have great ideas, so
iri's time to foice
them on other.
People. Well, no,,
don't force them.
Your friends are receptive,.
so just make your ideas'
known and let them come to
fruition through other peo-
ple's enthusiasm on Monday.
and Tuesday. Wednesday:
through Friday is a time :pf
innovative ways of commu-'
nicating and possibly self-
discovery. Just make sure,
you're communicating what
you actually feel. Saturday-
and Sunday are defined by a
sense of new beginning.
Your energy will be off the
charts. This week lucky
numbers are: 6, 12, 26, 44,
Leo (July 23 -
August 22)Someone. who's
very proud of
their own accom- .
weight around on Monday
and Tuesday -- barking
orders, :stomping their feet.
While you're happy to
regard it as a piece of theater
(which is essentially what it
represent s), it still bugs you.
Wednesday through Friday
are brilliant days, though,
when your friends have you
clutching your sides with
laughter. Every idea that
comes out of your head is
worth a million bucks.
People are impressed.
Saturday and Sunday are
more subdued days -- con-
trol, modesty and intuition
are primary themes. Wrap
yourself in a comfy blanket
and play music.
,Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)Travel and
your head on
Tuesday. A con-
versation with a friend
seems to last years, as you
swing from one topic to the
next so effortlessly that you
hardly realize how produc-
tive you're being. Yes, you're
talking things, through and
unofficially planning goals
for yourself. Wednesday
through Friday, by contrast,
you do everything with pur-
pose. You're careful when
communicating -- especially
with groups of people,
which is never easy. Plus,
you smile a lot. Your good
mood influences everyone
else. Saturday and Sunday, if
you need something, don't
hesitate to pick up the
phone. 'This week lucky
numbers are: 6, 8, 18, 20,
Libra (September 23
October 23) You're a
flower on Monday. and
into full bloom.
Just make 'sure
reach down and pluck you
from the Earth. On Tuesday,
stick close to friends. You
flowers have to help each
other out. Wednesday
through Friday are great
days -- you get a lot done
and have a blast doing it.
And, more than that, your.
head is bursting with ideas
about things you'want to do
in the near future. Keeping
so much up, in the air some-
how motivates you. The
weekend may not be as pro-
ductive as you'd like it to be,
but Sunday is so.unspeak-
ably nice that you have no
reason to complain.
Scorpio (October 24
S November 21)
Opposition, can be motiv'at-
ing -- it sets
things in motion.
forces you to get
together and inspires you to
do your best. Marshal your
troops at, the beginning of
the week, because the more
the merrier, power in num-
bers -- you kno'w the drill.
Pull everything together,
and you may be surprised at
your own victories.
Wednesday through Friday.
Sa huge contingency won't be
necessary for accomplishing
what you need to do.-A
minor detail calls for the
slightest bit of attention, and
financial matters should be.
avoided altogether. On
Saturday and Sunday, you're
unstoppable, but try not to
control everything. And be
sure to eat well.This week
lucky numbers are: 4, 9, 12,
December 21) It's a
dizzying perspective, but
'your ability to hold both
images in your
ously is a testa-
ment o your men-
tal powers. And it's going to
be the key to your success.
Beginning midweek --
Wednesday to be exact --
your approach to events is
rather philosophical. Direct
questions are met with cir-
cumspection. You're holding
your cards close to you,
which isn't to say you aren't
doing anything.. Thursday'
and Friday you're the oppo-
site of bored. This weekend,
devote yourself to someone
else. This week lucky num-
bers are: 2, 18, 24, 38, 49.
Ca pri c o r n
(December 22 January
Monday and Tuesday are
awesome days -- full of
ure, youth and
dren, and maybe even excur-
sions intto the wilderness.
You feel secure on. a deep
level. An understanding of
what's necessary -- and what
really matters -- grounds
you. This awareness keeps.
you from throwing your
hands in the air and running
around like a crazy person
when the nuttiness of the
second half of the week hits
from Wednesday through
Friday. You cut right through
the insanity like a knife
through applesauce. This
weekend, unwind. You're
needed around the
houseThis week lucky num-
bers are: 22, 26, 30, 32, 40.
.20 -February 19th).
Monday and Tuesday are
Sfiull of these kinds'
messages from the
past that seem to
echo with present-tense
urgency. An elderly relative
may call out of the bluejust
to-talk. Wednesday through
Friday represent a radical
shift, which h may bring on a
sizzling affair. You must
have a talent for intense,
Saturday and Sunday return
you to the much more ordi-
nary -world of family and
home. Organizing a drawer
full of pictures. helps you
sort' out your 'feelings. This
week lucky numbers are: 7,
20, 25, 36, 43.
Pisces (February 19.
March 20)Enter all the
ingredients you have in your,
fridge into a recipe search
engine and see what you
come up with. A home-'
cooked meal is just the thing
you need, on Monday or
Tuesday. You don't want to
do anything too socially or
this week -- not until the
'through Friday are quiet
days, but quiet days hold
tremendous potential. Think
of all the unfinished projects
you have sitting around the
house. Or keep
ignoring them -
grab a book and
just put your feet
up. Then, this weekend,
when the mood is right, you
can put on a shirt, throw
some stuff in your hair and
go to a party. This week
lucky numbers are: 8, 18,
36, 44, 48,
LINCOLN, Neb. Kevin
Holder's rap sheet is 43 pages
long, .dating back to 1980, and
he just got another entry his
226th arrest. Police say they
caught him Sunday morning
after a brief chase and found
burglar tools in his possession.
"He's very well-known to
Lincoln police officers,"
Police Chief Tom Casady said.
include criminal mischief,
marijuana possession, viola-
tion of protection order,
assault, resisting arrest, assault
on an officer, possession of
cocaine. Many were misde-
meanors, but he also has been
sentenced to at least three
prison terms for felonies,
including a fout-year stretch
starting in 1996.'
"Your average Nebraskan
thinks after a prisoner has
committed a certain number of
crimes (he) will be put away
for a long period of tinme. That
doesn't happen," Casady said.
Lancaster County Attorney
Gary Lacey said Holder was
charged Tuesday with felony
possession ofburglar tools and
prosecutors will urge a judge
to treat Holder as a habitual
'criminal. Yith another felony
conviction, thaitcould result in
a sentence of up to 60 years.
Holder remained behind bars
Holder's list of arrests
doesn't come close to setting a
record for Lincoln-Lancaster
County. He's No. 40, police
Finnell said Tuesday. .
A number of people have
more than '500 arrests in the
city of 226,000 people. The
record was held by Edward
Rooks, who died in 2004, with
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SShe has the looks
that turn heads where-
ever she goes and she
possesses the talent
and acting chops that
keep her" in- demand
with roles that are
her career to- higher
levels. We are talking
none other than
Vanessa Ferlito. We
caught up with her at
the press junket for a
one on one photo
shoot and at the pre-
mier (where she was
looking fabulous), for
Lee Daniel's new
Vanessa plays a star-
ring role as Vickie, the
pregnant wife of mob
boss Clayton (bril-
liantl portrayed by
Stephen Dorff). When
played by Oscar-win-
ning actor Cuba
Gooding, Jr.,, is hired
to assassinate Vickie
and her husband
Clayton, he and his
played by Oscar nom-
they see that she is
p. r e g n a n t
Subsequently, she goes
on the run with her
would be killers.
Ferlito was born and'
reared. :in Brooklyn,
New York of Italian
descent. She is proba-
bly best known as
Aiden Burns on the hit
CBS-TV Series "CSI-
NY. Her acting break
came when she was
cast as an internet sex
worker in the inde-
pendent drama "On
Line," which pre-
miered at the Sundance
Film Festival in 2.002.
Ferlito then went on to
star in Spike Lee's crit-
ically acclaimed drama
"25th Hour," opposite
Edward Norton which
was followed by the
independent film Toll
Booth. Her acting
dreams really must
have been fulfilled
when she played the
role of Louise, who
was the best friend to
Spider Man's girlfriend
Ferlito cont'd on D-5
role as Claudia, the
wife ofa crime lord, on
Fox's "24."has filled in
the film down time.
Ferlito recently joined
the cast of the. new
"Drift," for the 2006 -
Getting back to her
Whsu In S Sly ooS
ShfowTime has a new
series "Whiteboyz In
The Hood," premiering
on Thursday, September
14th, 'with new weekly
episodes until November
16th. This is basically a
sho\v featuring stand up,
comics and is hosted by
a comedian brother
Theresa Randle has
replaced Nona Gaye, who
replaced Courtney B.
Vance on the hit NBC-TV
series "Law and Order:
Whoo Kid is all over
the place. His: Monday
night Hot 97 show "POW
Radio" and his Shade 45
"G-Unit Radio," shows
are ruling the airwaves.
He has 3 mixtapes coming
your way i.e., the Obie
Trice mixtape "Bar
Shots," which was co-
produced by Eminem; the
Jamie Foxx hosted mix-
tape "Chronic 2006, "fea-
turing Young Buck who's
new CD "Buck The
World," will drop in
October and his collabo-
ration with G-Unit label
head Sha Money XL and
D-Prosper to create "G-
Classics." G-Unit will
release 50 Cent's "G-
Unit Radio pt. .22: Verse
2" and Lloyd- Banks'
"Mo Money pt 5,"
which will give fans a
sense of what's coming
on his "Rotten Apple"
album; set to drop in
September. K-Ci is back
with a solo album "My
Whassup continued on D-8
in the mega block
buster Spider Alin IF/"
In 2005. Ferlito starred
in two Tommy Lee
Jones movies, Man of
the House and Cheer'
Up. A succession of
episodic TV appear-
ances such as "The
Sopranos," "Law and
Order," and a recurring
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Whassup continuedfrom D-1
Book." It is filled with
new "Jodeci/K-Ci & JoJo
type ballads and up-tempo
Akeelah and The Bee.
will be out on DVD
August 29th. I am serious-
ly recommending every-
one who has not seen this
movie td get the DVD for
your collection. This
sororities, church groups,
civic and youth groups. It
will easily be the most
ipowerfully positive movie
with a 'predominately
black cast out of
Hollywood this year. I am
on a personal campaign to
see that my young, acting
genius angel, KeKe
Palmer is nominated for
the Best Female Lead for
the Golden Globe
Awards, The SAGAwards
and of course, the grand
daddy of them all, The
NIGHTS, The Ballad Of
Ricky Bobby stars Will
Ferrell, John C. Reilly,
Sacha Baron Cohen,
Gary Cole, Jane Lynch
and Michael Clarke
Duncan. Written by Will
Ferrell and Adam
McKay. Directed by
Adam McKay: Produced
by Jimmy Miller and
f you are a NASCAR
fan, you should like this
movie. Director Adam
McKay and crew did a
great job in giving the
viewer a realistic insider's
view of the world of pro
stock car racing. Even
though it is ridiculously
silly in spots; the over all
excitement of the racing
for the frivolity. The story
centers on Ricky Bobby
(Ferrell) who goes
through a mid-life crises
and loses his racing confi-
dence. Through his best
friend Cal Naughton, Jr.
(Reilly). -his crew chief
(Duncan), and his parents
Reese Bobby (Cole) and
mom Lucy Bobby
(Lynch); Bobby returns to
TRUST THE MAN
stars Billy Crudup, David
Moore, Eva Mendes and
James Le Gros. Written
and Directed by Bart
Freundlich. Produced by
Tim Perell, Bart
Freundlich and Sidney
Kimmel. This movie was
better suited for a made-
for-TV movie rather than
a feature film. The plot
centers on the romantic
trials of two couples. One
couple is married while
the other is shacking. Both
couples split and eventu-
ally come back together.
You fill in the blanks. This
one is a sleeper. Save it for
the "to rent" list.
I'd love to hear from
you. Hit me up at feed-