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City Feels Ease As Murder


Suspect Is Identified

It was on Mother's
Day and perhaps this is
S" what tore into the hearts
.:.. of so many. Shenice
Holmes, 13, was sitting
in her bedroom, reading
a book, as reading was
v :" -PAone of her favorite past
S: "times. Gunshots were
heard in the River Oaks
S Apartment complex
located on Harts Road.
S. ." Shenice died even
.. .-;:. though she was not a tar-
S get. But, one victim said
a '*. that a person with a gun
Shenice Holmes Willie O'Neil Tucker, III came up to the car he
Victim Arrested Suspect was in and started shoot-
ing at the occupants of the car. The driver and occupant of the car were able to
recognize the shooter from a photo line up and on May 24 an arrest warrant was
issued for the suspect. That suspect was arrested on the day of the warrant. His
name: Willie O'Neil Tucker III, 19-years-old.
Tucker had an assault rifle. Many saw him with it and it was also known that
these young men had an on-going feud. And even though other shots were fired,
it was Tucker's bullet that killed the honor student and,teen-ager, Shenice
.Holmes. Tucker admitted that he had used an assault rifle at the complex and has
now been charged for Shenice's murder.
Identified Lominued on .-7

Spike Lee Marks 20 Years OfFilmaking

With heartbreaking Katrina Documentary


he has released an aver-
age of one film every
year, including this year's
"Inside Man," his most


Spike Lee


NEW YORK (AP) --
several weeks after
Hurricane Katrina
drowned New Orleans,
Spike Lee called the HBO
cable television company
to propose a monumental
documentary on the
storm, the ensuing flood
and its aftermath, focus-
ing on the suffering of
black residents of the city.
The first half of Lee's
heartbreaking film,
"When the Levees Broke:
A Requiem in Four Acts,"
debuts Monday.
The four-hour docu-
mentarv--marks a career
milestone for LeeTwenty
years ago this month, his
first feature film, "She's
Got to Have It," hit the-
aters to instant praise
from critics. Since then.


profitable, with $185 mil-
Slion (euro144.6 million)
in global sales.


The Florida Star 'Jacksonville's First'
Media To Receive Eagle Award
On Thursday at the Sheriffs Office Meritorious
Awards Ceremony, The Florida Star was recognized for
its service. Sheriff Rutherford said, "JSO relies on the
local media to serve as an information resource for
people. Our citizens deserve accurate and concise
information, provided in a timely manner. One local
media outlet has "soared" in this respect as demnon-
strated by the Eagle award." "As the oldest continu-
ously operating, African American-owned newspaper
in the state, the Florida Star'continues to demonstrate
an editorial commitment ... and have provided. excel-
lent FACTUAL coverage of Operation Safe Streets..."
The Sheriff presented the Eagle award to the publisher,
Clara McLaughlin and News Editor, Ronald Williams.

Alpha Phi Alpha Developing

A National Strategic Plan

Alpha Phi Alpha, the largest black fraternity in
America, is developing a national strategic plan aimed
at addressing such problems as the low numbers of
Black males majoring in education and \Black men's
disproportionate health issues.
A recent study by a Swarthmore professor suggests
a teacher's gender affects student learning. He said, "I
think the main importance of this study is there's some-
thing in the classroom and we need to figure out ways
to improve learning outcomes for students in all class-
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Man Gunned Down In


Gated Community-


Wife Arrested As Killer


herlt was a gated
Southside subdivision.
The house they lived in
was valued at about
$340,000. Sheis 28-
years-old and they have
t\o children.
The neighbors heard
thie gun shots and were
appalled on August 21
when Solomon Stinson
was found shot in front of
his residence,
Mrs. Noni Jamil
Stinson advised the police
officers that she was
asleep in the bedroom
with her two year old
when the shooting
occurred.


5olomon ounson
Victim
She said when she
heard the shots; she
immediately armed her-
self, not realizing that the
gunshots had killed her
husband. His car was in
the garage and she
remained in the house
until the police arrived.
She further stated that it
was her daughter that
told her that "daddy has
been shot" and that she
had heard.him say, "Ow."
Noni and the children
left the house after giving
the officers permission to
search the house and the
cars, and stayed at a hotel
on Salisbury off Butler


Boulevard. The hotel
staff said that they had
learned that her husband
had been killed so they
tried to provide comfort
for her which made her
stay longer than she had
originally planned to stay
after the funeral.
In the officers search,
they found a .38 caliber
revolver in a plastic bag
of disposable baby wipes
in a drawer under the bed
where Mrs. Stinson said
she was sleeping when
she heard the gunshots.
Solomon Stinson had
an extensive arrest record
that included selling and
possessing cocaine, sec-
ond-degree murder and
aggravated battery.
Because of this. many
have questioned what
made her shoot him, was
it abuse or another
woman?
Mrs. Stinson: did not
know that the police had
found the weapon that
killed her husband in the
house until after she went.
to the station on August
25 to be finger printed.
They then arrested her.


IRS'Investigation Of The NAACP Completed


Chairman Julian Bond, Chief Counsel Dennis Hayes and President/CEO Bruce
Gordon speaking with a reporter.
The Internal Revenue Service informed the NAACP (National Association for
the Advancement of Colored People) that they have completed their investigation
and determined that the Association did not violate conditions of its tax-exempt sta-
tus.
A letter advising of their findings was provided.
The investigation was initiated after several Republican members of Congress
said their constituents believed that Chairman Julian Bond had crossed the line
when he criticized President Bush. Non-profit organizations such as the NAACP
must be non-partisan.'


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SEPTEMBER 2, 2006


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-
PASTOR'S APPRECIATION-The members of West St.
Mark Baptist Church invites the public to celebrate with
them during their Pastors Appreciation Celebration Day"
Sunday, September 17 at 3:30 p.m. Speaker for the
Occasion-Rev. John Edward Hicks, Pastor of Christian
United Baptist Church. Featured soloist are Sis. Earlene
Taggart Bro. Joe Brown and others. Chairperson: Sis.
Betty Jones-Glover Co-Chairperson : Sis. Nathan. Rev.
Willie J. Jones, Pastor
MENTORING PROGRAM-Women On the Move is a
mentoring program for women who desire to move in God
and operate in power. The next meeting is Saturday,
September at 12 Noon at the Hospitality Inn, I 295 and
103rd St. For more details, contact Dr. Noel Lee at hopeem-
inistries@msn.com or call 904-778-7651.
MINISTRIES IN ACTION- Move of God Ministries, Inc.,
Healings, Miracles, and Deliverance Ministries in Action,
meets every, Sunday, 3:00 p.m., at 1537 Mill Creek Rd. For
prayer and for more information, call 904-358-9097 or visit
www.moveofgodtoday.com.
CLOTHING GIVEAWAY-Bethel Renewal Church hosts a
Free Clothing giveaway, Mondays Thursdays, 12 Noon-


2:00 p.m. For more details, call 904-641-9011.
CRISIS CENTER SERVICES-Ark Youth Ministries of St.
Augustine, FL Teen Crisis Center is available 24 hrs. a day,
7 days a week. For more details, call 904-810-2005 or email
tking@bmfp.org.
SERIOUS PRAISE SERVICE-The public is invited to
share in Sword and Shield Kingdom Outreach Minisitry's
2006 Serious Praise Service on September 10, 3:45 p.m. at
Father's House Conference Center. The center is located at
1820 Monument Rd. The service features The Prais-cisers
under the direction of Ms. Kenshela Williams. Rev. Levy M.
Wilcox of Love Missionary Baptist Church is the speaker.
Rev. Mattie W. Freeman Founder/Pastor.
CELEBRATING 29 YEARS-God's House of Prayer For
All People, Elder B.C. Washington, Pastor, will celebrate 29
years of faithful service for Apostle L. B. Washington.
Services begin at the church, located at 117 South McDuff
Ave., on Tuesday, September 5-Friday, September 8 at 7:30
p.m. nightly and Sunday, September 10 at 12:00 Noon.

Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to:
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Southpoint Community Church


Plans Fourth Youth Production


JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--
- Last year in Florida, the
Department of Juvenile
Justice received 46,417
felony referrals involving
juveniles. In addition,
according to the 2005
National Center for Health
Statistics report, 23,601
females under the age of 20
became pregnant in the state
of Florida.
These issues are very sel-
dom addressed in public and
almost never addressed in
church, but Southpoint
Community Church believes
that there is an immediate
need to help teens combat
these challenges and others
in a captivating, and cultur-
ally relevant way.
On September 10, teens
and young adults in
Jacksonville will get the
opportunity to experience
Southpoint Community
Church's fourth annilal
youth production,
"Awaken.The Dawn of a
Generation."
Using a multimedia pres-
entation to bring controver-
sial topics to a traditionally"
conservative church medi-
um, Southpoint takes a revo-
lutionary approach to reach-
ing teens.
This all youth group cast
helps relay God's message
through their impressive act-
ing, choreography, video,
singing and a compelling
storyline, addressing issues
such as sex, drugs, insecuri-
ty, and other challenges
teens commonly face.


Awaken is a riveting produc-
tion unlike anything a
church community has ever
seen.
Southpoint has taken a
different approach to getting
through, to teens. Youth
learning from other youth
just like them is a concept
that Southpoint Community
Church believes will have a
tremendous influence on the
younger generation. "What
God is laying on our hearts
to do is show what God is
saying to this generation,"
said Chelsea Terrwilliger,
Director of Awaken. "We
want to use this production
as a way to present the
gospel to teens, and let them
know what God's truth is."
Southpoint wants to be a
resource for parents, and
show' youth that there is a
way to live a happy and ful-
filling life by making the
right choices m life. It only
takes a teenager a few sec-
onds, to make a decision that'
w 'ill affect the rest of their
lives, and .when the time
comes for that split decision
to be made, Southpoint
would like teens to feel com-
fortable making the right
one. ,
'This is an opportunity,
for us to sew into the lives of
young people of this next
generation," said Eric
Terrwilliger, youth pastor at
Southpoint. "Many times
teens feel insignificant and
that they don't really have a
chance to do anything sig-
nificant with their lives, but


we know that through God,
they can do amazing things.
The thought that they can be
a hero is unheard of to most
of them. But we hope that
they will be heroes by invit-
ing their friends and inviting
their neighbors and allowing
them to see them under
God's anointing, in hopes
that it will. influence their
guests as well."
Southpoint's fourth
annual major production,
"Awaken", is open to the
public. Awaken will be per-
formed during the 9:00am
and 11:00am services and
again at 6:00pm on Sunday,
September 10th.
For more information or
to schedule an interview
with Director Chelsea
Temvriliiger, contact Leah
Gipson via the contact infor-
mation or visit www.south-
pointcc.corn.


Comfort

John 14:1-3
"Do not let your
hearts be troubled.
Trust in God; trust
also in me. In my
Father's house are
many rooms; if it
were not so, I would
have told you. I am
going there to pre-
pare place for you.
And if I go and pre-
pare a place for you,
I will come back and
take you to be with
me that you also
may be
where I am.

Revelation 21:4
He will wipe every
tear from their eyes.
There will be no
more death or
mourning or crying
or pain, for the old
,order of things has
passed away."

Psalm 23:4
Even though I walk
through the valley of
the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil,
for you are with me;
your rod and your
staff they comfort
me.

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DEATH


NOTICES
AYOCK-Truson E.Jr., died
August 18, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.
BELL-William Horace, Sr.,
67, died August 21, 2006.
ALPHONSO WEST MOCR-
TUARY,INC.
BRYANT-Barbara Badger.
died August 19. 2006.
DIXON-Nathaniel, Sr., 83,
died August 23, 2006.
GEORGE-Lucille, died
August 27, 2006.
HOWARD-Sarah N., died
August 25, 2006.
ING RAlM-Louise Mildred,
died August 27, 2006.
INGRAM-Rex Lee,. died
August 27, 2006.
JACKSON-Wakkuna
Almira, died August 19,
2006.
JACKSON-Willie. died
August 27, 2006.
JENKINS-Dw ayne David.
42, died August 27, 2006.
JOHNSON-Jeffrey J., Sr..
died August 17, 2006.
A.B.COLEMAN MORTU-
ARY, INC.
JONES-Robert, died August
26. 2006.
KENION-Rennella. 78, died
August 24, 2006.
KINSEY-Eddie "Daylight".
died August 23. 2006.
LOVETT-Willie Lovett Jr.,
died August 25, 2006.
MILLER-Da\id G., died
August 20,2 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.
MOSS-Johnny, died August
19, 2006.
MNINGIN-Albert. Sr.. died
August 16,2006.,
MYERS-Peter. E., died
August 23, 2006.
A.B.COLEMAN MORTU-
ARY, INC.
NELSON-Leonard J.. 77.
died August 27, 2006.
ALPHONSO WEST MOR-
TUARY, INC.
PAIGE-April D., died
August 19, 2006.
PRAYLOR-Harold, Sr. died
August 25, 2006.
PRIDE-Naomi A., died
August 26, 2006.
RAVENELL-Leory J., 80,
died August 23, 2006.
ROBINSON-Sheila, died
August 26 22006.
SINGLETON-Tonya, died
August 21, 2006.
SMITH-,arla Denise, 37,
died August 22, 2006.
SQUAIRE-Sarah, died
August 26, 2006.
TYNER-Clara Lou Harrell,
died August 25, 2006.
WILLIAMS-Anthony
Jerome, 50, died August 25,
2006.
WORSTALL-Susan A., died
August 20, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.


The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

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


Sunday School ....................................9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .......................11:00 a.m.
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
Sunday
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Wednesday
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Friday
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor

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

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

M T. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone (9041 356-0664 or 768--1453
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SnJda, School I-1-0" a m.
lMornir, \or:,hip I I I 1111 j m
E.erinln Worship 6-30 pm
\\ednedj'a, & Fridj, Night S er ices 7 30 p m
Sjrurd.aL Priton Ourreach I (1' p m.
Slaurda, Nurring Home Ounrich 3rd and 4ih SjrurdaJ%
irij mi ,iinj l Sd u, iJ j '.h,:'il 9 )j rn 1 'dM L i"i p P j'ufdj'.,)- rin ^%'ik MM ? \M Il 1 I
A BiblI Pr.aching. Bible Belicing and Bib e Pracicing Church
"Without the shedding or Blood. there i no remission orsin" (Hebrens 9:22)

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church II here 'Evrrbodl Is Somebod,"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W 4th SI. Jacksonville. Florida 32209
Mailing Address: PO Box 3575 Jacksonville, Fla 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586:


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Tue. da%
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930 a.m
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S. Prer Meeting & Bible Srud." 00 p.m.
.. Jo. Night.7 00 p m


'"Email: Gospell75l.aol.com
'\ebsite: Greaterelbethel.org


.Praise God




From Whom



All Blessings



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S. C Condol
It can be hard to find the vords to
add to a sympathy card or note to
attach with, flowers. Many are at a loss
for words. It is normal to not to know
what to say. Remember that your sup-
port ard lo\e are what is important. If
you are finding it difficult to think of
something to write, try some of these
examples. They are meant to get you
thinking and should be altered to fit
your specific situation.
My sympathies for your loss.
You and your,faiiily are in my
prayers..
With sympathies, John
Grandpa Earl will never be for-
gotten.
Alex touched our lives and will
be missed.
You are in my thoughts and
prayers.
You are in our hearts during this
difficult tirtte.
Rachel's memory will live on ir-


ences ror Smpamn Carus
ever.
I am sorry for your loss.
Bless you and your family.
I am praying for you.
James will live in our hearts for-
ever.
I was deeply saddened to hear of
Bob's passing.
You are in my thoughts.
Include some personal informa-
tlon about the deceased or share a lov-
ing memory. .A shown reflection about
a time you:had together is jalo appro-
priate. It can add a touch of personal-
ity to your note
I'll always remember the way
Jim made us all laugh with his jokes.
Glen was always thinking of oth-
ers. I've never know a nicer guy. He
will be missed.

A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY, INC.
"OurAim Is Not to Equal, But Excel"
5660 Moncrief Rd.*
Tel: 768-0507
www.ABColeman.com


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


The Class of 1951 "Mix In O-Six"
At The WGV
The World Golf Village was the venue for Stanton High
School's Class of 1951 recent celebration of their 55th
Reunion. Classmates came from far and near to share a
fun-filled weekend at the scenic and charming resort.
With James Prime presiding the exquisite banquet
began with a prayer litany written by fellow classmate Dr.
Norma Solomon White. The litany included a prayer for
the CLASS OF FIFTY-ONE whose members are:
Cooperative, Loyal, Affectionate, Sincere, Strong,
Optimistic, Friendly, Faithful, Inspiring, Fantastic,
Thoughtful, Y-O-U Our Dear Classmates Are Objective,
Noble and Enthusiastic! Together they prayed for their
children, the acceptance and fulfillment of their petitions.
They prayed for strength and grace to do His will.
And then from the state of Arizona, Dr. Benjamin
Groomes the June 1951 Class president brought greetings
followed by introduction from Dr. Theresa Berneice
McCants Hodge. Mrs. Sallie Mae Bullard Bryant
bestowed the blessing.
Reflections from the 1951 Mid-Term class came from
Mesdames Linnie Jean Brock Johnson, Willie Lee
Green and Luvenia Quarterman Newman. Reflections
from the 1951 June class came from Mrs. Betty Jean
Donaldson Pritchett, Joshua Bacon and Dewey Smith.
There were ruminations of the fashions from the '1950's,
the basketball team, comfort foods, Strand donuts and
French fries from the Roosevelt Grill.
Reverend and Mrs. Charles Scriven were recognized
for their 52 years of marriage during the banquet
And then came Sunday! Lt. Colonel Samuel
Washington presided at the worship service and Dr.
Theresa "Terri" Hodge was the musician. Mrs.
Luvenia Quarterman Newman led the Memorial
Service. Speaker for the service was Reverend Charles
Scriven who was introduced by Mrs. Jimmie Pearl Baity
Harper. Others participating in the worship service were
Mesdames Joyce Booker and Almethia Nixon Davis.
The weekend activities culminated with lunch and clos-
ing expressions. The fellowship and camaraderie was
absolutely wonderful!!
**4***k*
First Coast Native Names
To Special Olympics Board
First Coast Native and the First Lady at Indiana
University Dr. Beverly Roberts-Atwater was recently
named to the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania board of
directors. Dr. Roberts-Atwater is a practicing physician in
Indiana and is the wife of Indiana University of
Pennsylvania President Dr. Tony Atwater and is the.
daughter of Joseph Roberts of College Gardens.
As a member of the board she will be involved with
establishing state Special Olympics policies and future
planning for the organization. Her credentials and expert-
ise will add greatly to the board fulfilling its responsibili-
ties.
We had the pleasure of visiting briefly with Dr. Roberts-
Atwater over the weekend while here for her high school
class reunion. She is indeed a delightful lady!

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
artistically astounding young voices. You won't want to
miss this Free Concert.

Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming events.
Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me
directly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777 or
fax (904) 285-7008.
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Mrs. Severia 'Tony' Norton with classmates Earl Manor
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NEA Honors Attorney Willie Gary


ORLANDO, Fla.--The National Education Association
(NEA) honored Willie Gray, prominent attorney and chair-
man of the Black Family Channel, with the Martin Luther
King, Jr. Memorial Award. The prestigious award, presented
to individuals who apply nonviolent philosophy and tech-
niques of Martin Luther King, Jr. toward the achievement of
human relations and civil rights goals, was presented recent-
ly during the NEA's 40th Annual Human and Civil Rights
Awards dinner in Orlando, Fla.
Nearly 2,500 attendees including the NEA President,
Reg Weaver, the NEA executive committee and board of

Jacksonville Transportation
Authority Adds Rosa Park's
Name To FCCJ Transit Station


From left are Michael Blaylock of JTA ,
Hill, and Mark Kerrin, Mrs. Parks body
chief.


Senator Tony
guardlsecurity


directors, teachers and educational support personnel gath-
ered at the Orange County Convention Center in Orland for
the awards dinner. Thirteen other men and women, who
have hadf an impact on human and civil rights, were also
honored during the even.
Gary was honored with the Martin Luther King, Jr.
Memorial Award for his efforts to make sure African
Americans have the opportunity to obtain a college educa-
tion and for his philanthropy work. "We need to keep the
legacy and values of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. alive in our
every day lives," said Gary. "Thanks to the sacrifices made
by Dr. King and those who came before us, we have a better
life and we need to keep the dream alive for our children and
grandchildren."
The NEA is the nation's
largest professional organiza-
tion, representing 2.8 million
elementary and secondary
teachers, higher education
faculty, education support
professionals, school admin-
istrators, retired educators,
and students preparing to
become teachers.
The NEA believes that
every child in America,
regardless of family income
or place of residence,
deserves a quality education.
In pursuing its mission, the
NEA has determined -that it
will' focus the energy and
resources of its members on
improving the qualitN of
teaching, increasing student
achievement, and making
schools safer and better
places for learning.


Attorney Willie Gary poses for photo with Reg Weaver,
President of the NEA during the NEA 40th Human and
Civil Rights Dinner in Orlando, Fla.


A supporter and a JTA bus driver' join U.S.
Congresswoman. Corrine Brown, Senator Hill, and
Jacksonville City Councilwoman Mia Jones in
front of a bus bearing the image of Rosa Parks.
JACKSONVILLE, FLa.--
at the request of Senator ,
Anthony C. "Tony" Hill. Sr.,
the Jacksonville
Transportation Authorit.
(JTA) has honored the late
civil rights leader, Rosa
Parks, by renaming its down-
town, Florida Communit-
College of Jackson%[IIle
(FCCJ) Transit Station.
The station's official name
is now the Rosa L.
Parks/FCCJ Transit Station.
A bronze plaque featuring Rosa L. Parks
Mrs. Parks and a glass-
encased display marking her achievements as well as'docu-
menting JTA's original African-American bus operators was
unveiled during a ceremony held on August 28.
Jacksonville is one of two terminals in Florida that have
been renamed in honor of the late Rosa Parks. The other ter-
minal is in Pensacola.
Senator Lawson Calls Upon Davis
To 'Admit Mistake, Apologize'
For Pitts And Lee Vote
STALLAHASSEE Sen. Al Lawson (D-6), a leading
African American member of the Florida Senate, has called
upon Congressman Jim Davis to admit he was wrong in vot-
ing to deny compensation to Freddie Pitts and Wilbert Lee
while Davis was serving in the Florida Legislature.
SLawvson cited a 1989 Special Master report commis-
sioned by the House Committee on Claims that was made
available to members of the legislature prior to the vote on
compensation for Pitts and Lee. The report recommended
that compensation for Pitts and Lee be granted based upon
the merits of the case and legal precedent.
"Jim Davis. as a legislator, had access to the Special
Master report recommending that Pitts and Lee be granted
compensation for injustices done to them by law enforce-
ment and the Florida legal sy stem." said
La\wson. "It is troubling that the facts of this case and rec-
ommendation for compensation in this report were not
enough to convince Jim Davis to do the right thing."
"Jim Davis should just admit that he made a mistake, and
.apologize," added Lawson.


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Attorney Named To Help Increase Black


Coaches In The National Football League


,4_.I ..L_&....',; : BIRMINGHAM,
'" Ala. Byron Perkins,
SManaging Partner of The
Cochran Firm in
SBirmingham, has been
named Co-Counsel to
S 'the Fritz Pollard Alliance
(FPA), an influential
S group of minority sports
professionals leading the
charge of promoting
K diversity, equality and
S opportunity in the coach-
ing, front office and
i : scouting staffs of the
r ,,: National Football
League (NFL).
S The FPA was created
Byron Perkins in the wake of a ground-
breaking 2002 report
authored by The Cochran Firm's founder, the late legendary
trial attorney Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr., and coauthored by
noted civil rights attorney Cyrus Mehri. The report illustrat-
ed that despite being more successful than their white coun-
terparts, black coaches were not considered for the vast
majority of head coaching positions. The report has been a
catalyst for change and directly contributed to the creation of
the Rooney Rule, which requires NFL teams to interview at
least one minority candidate for open head coaching posi-
tions. It is unique in major league sports according to
Perkins.
Perkins is nationally.,recognized in his representation of
clients in landmark racial and gender discrimination cases as
well as personal injury litigation. In 2001, he served as co-
counsel in one of the nation's most significant racial discrim-
ination class actions that resulted in a $192 million settle-
ment against The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO). This
case continues to serve as the gold standard for the need to
implement and manage proactive diversity programs in cor-
porate America.
Perkins also obtained a major settlement on behalf of
client Kenney Edwards against the John Deere Company
(NYSE: DE) in 2004. Edwards claimed he was denied


approval to become a John Deere dealer based upon his race.
Perkins also represented FOX Television's 3Amelican Idol2
winner Rubefi Studdard in his lawsuit against 205Flava for
misappropriation of his image in 2003.
Perkins focuses his legal practice in the areas of person-
al injury, wrongful death, truck and automobile accidents,
products liability, sexual harassment and racially hostile
work environment litigation.


In October, 2005, The Cochran Firm was named to The
National Law Journal's Plaintiffs' Hot List,2 a compendium
of the country's top plaintiffs' law firms doing the most to
shape the law in America. Also in 2005, The Cochran'Firm
was named to 3The NLJ 2502 list, The National Law
Journal's survey of the largest law firms in America.
Notably, The Cochran Firm held the exclusive position of
appearing on both of these celebrated lists.


Black Enterprise Announces Top 50 Colleges For African Americans


NEW YORK--BLACK
ENTERPRISE (BE) has
announced its 2006 list of
the Top 50 Colleges for
African Americans. Of the
10 highest-ranking schools.
for 2006, five are historical-
ly black colleges and univer-
sities (HBCUs); five are
located in the South; and
eight are private institutions.
Attaining the No. 1 rank
is Florida A&M University
in Tallahassee, FL. Founded
on October 3, 1887, as the
State Normal College for
Colored Students, the vener-
able HBCU offers 62 bache-
lor's degrees. in 103
majors/tracks and provides
36 master's degrees in 56
majors/tracks. Florida A&M
previously achieved the No.
6 rank in 2004.
Closely following
Florida A&M is No. 2
ranked Howard University
in Washington, DC, which
ranked No. 4. in 2004.
Rounding out the top 10 are:
No. 3, North Carolina A&T
State University,
Greensboro, NC; No. 4,


Harvard University,
Cambridge, MA; No. 5,
Spelman College, Atlanta,
GA; No. 6, Hampton
University, Hampton, VA.;
No. 7, Stanford University,
Stanford, CA; No. 8,
Columbia University, New
York, NY; No. 9, University
of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, PA; and No.
10, Wesleyan University,
Middletown, CT.
To develop the 2006 list,
BE surveyed more than 500
African American higher
education professionals
including presidents, chan-
cellors, and directors of stu-
dent affairs for their assess-
ments of the social and aca-
demic environments for
African American 'students
at the nation's colleges and
universities. The list was
derived using the following
variables: black student
graduation rate; average sur-
vey score for the school's
academic environment;
average survey score for the
school's social environment;
total black undergraduate


enrollment; black under-
graduate students as a per-
centage of total undergradu-
ates (credit for this variable
was capped at 50% for
HBCUs); and ranking on the
2004 BE Top Colleges list.
The results were then nar-
rowed to the published Top
50.
The variable given the
heaviest- weighting was
black graduation rates, fol-
lowed. by the average aca-
demic and social environ-
ment scores.
Due to added .emphasis
on these factors and other
adjustments to tle survey
process itself, 17 schools,
that made this year's list did-
n't appear in 2004, including
Mills College and
Northwestern University.
Morehouse, which had been
the top school on the last
two listings, slipped 44.
spots, from No. 1 to No. 45,
primarily because its gradu-
ation rate fell from 56% to'
49% over the past two years.
Several of the ne\wconiers.


Babson colleges, have grad-
uation rates of 90% or high-
er, so schools with rates
below 50% were pushed fur-
ther down or off the list
completely. However, larger
HBCUs like Florida A&M
did well, even though they
had graduation rates of less
than 50%, because they ben-
efited from having higher
black enrollment numbers.

The BE 50 Top Colleges
for African Americans
report, which debuted in
January 1999, was devel-
oped in collaboration with
Thomas A. LaVeist, Ph.D.,
CEO of DayStar Research
and professor at Johns
Hopkins University. The
complete list of the Top 50
Colleges for African
Americans: appears in the
September BLACK
ENTERPRISE,' which hits
newsstands on August 29.
For more information
about Florida A&M contact
Lanedra Carroll at 850-599-
:3413 or


such as Dickinson and :lainedra.carrolliafamu.edu.


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The community became irate after this murder and is feeling at ease that the shoot-
er has been identified. Because the shooting is still under investigation, other
charges have not been released. It is known that Willie went to the apartment to pay
back a retaliation debt. When the charges were issued for the death of Shenice,
Willie was already in jail for another shooting that had also occurred on May 13, the
same day Shenice was killed. According to reports, this was not the first shooting
incident between these feuding males.
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room environments."
The professor, Thomas Dee, cautions against concluding that he is an advocate
for same-sex schools or classrooms. Swarthmore College is near Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania.


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Bartender Gets $10,000

Tip On $26 Tab
HUTCHINSON, Kan. Two weeks ago, one of Cindy Kienow's regular cus-
tomers left her a $100 tip on a tab that wasn't even half that. This week, he added a
couple of zeros.
Kienow, a bartender at Applebee's, got a $10,000 tip from the man for a $26
meal on Sunday.
"I couldn't move," Kienow said. "I didn't know what to say. He said, 'This will
buy you something kind of nice, huh?' And I said, 'Yeah, it will."'
Kienow said the man, whom company officials have declined to name, comes in
several times a month and eats at the end of the bar. He has always tipped well, she
said, usually leaving $15 on a $30 tab.
Then came the $100 tip, followed by the real shocker.
"He usually signs his ticket and flips it upside down," said Kienow, 35, who has
worked at the restaurant for eight years. "But this time, he had it right-side up and
said 'I want you to know this is not a joke.'"
It's not, company officials agreed.
"This is a great deal for us and a great deal for Cindy," said Rhodri McNee, vice
president of operations for JS Enterprises, the owner of the Hutchinson Applebee's.
"We did have a guest leave this tip on a credit card, and we're doing everything to
make sure it's a valid charge."
The company is in the final stages of verifying the tip, McNee said, while also
working to maintain the customer's privacy and make sure the money goes through
the proper channels to get to Kienow.
"Nothing would make us happier than to present her with that check," McNee
said. "She's been with us for eight years, and she's a great employee who does a
great job."
Kienow said that while she always talks with the man when he comes in usu-
ally about current events or the weather she can't think of anything that would
have prompted the huge tip.
"I've been waiting on him for about three years," Kienow said. "We'd just talk
across the bar he's a really nice guy. I hope he comes back in so I can tell him thank
you, because the other day I was kind of dumbfounded."
Kienow, whose father will have to take some time qff work for surgery on both
of his knees, said she hasn't decided what to do with the money.
"I'd like to take care of my parents, since they always took care of me," she said.
"But I feel like he wanted me to buy something for myself, and there's a Jeep that
I've had my eye on for a while."

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because of those who look on and do nothing.

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The kid is special," said Don Bostick, president of World, Cup Skateboarding *, the
sport's main sanctioning body. "When I watch Nyjah, I'm amazed at how good he is.
It's mind-blowing.... If he can make it through his teen years, I think he's the future of
street and park skateboarding."
"We haven't seen anything as young as we have in skateboard park, with Ryan
Sheckler at 16 and Nyjah at 11," said Wade Martin, general manager for the Dew
Action Sports Tour. "In other disciplines, like BMX vert, the average age of the athletes
is probably 30 years old."
Nyjah, four months away from his 12th birthday, is 4 feet, 8 inches tall and,
weighs 79 pounds. He has never cut his blond-tipped dreadlocks.
He is the youngest competitor in the X Games' 12-year history, and finished eighth
in the recent men's street competition.
Nyjah started skating when he was five. "I was just into it because skating was
going on around our house...1 was skating with my brothers, Ahbi and Jahmai, and my
pop." he said adding that his "pop" influenced him early, because he was skating the
most.'
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new cities. I get to meet new people and skate different courses."
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Mike Jones Films Feature Film In Houston;

New Album, 'The American Dream, In The Works"

BURBANK, CA--(MARKET WIRE)--Aug 30, 2006 -- Mike Jones refused to be leftl
behind, overlooked or outdone by his fellow rap counterparts. In just a little over one
year, Houston's multi-platinum selling rap star Mike Jones went from fledgling rapper
releasing his debut CD to a household name with the success of "Who Is Mike Jones?"
Now, in conjunction with Asylum Records and Warner Bros. Records he is set to start
production on "American Dream," his debut film off his newly created film produc-
tion company of the same name, from August 28th September 15th in Houston,
Texas.
The film, co-executive produced by Asylum Records and Warner Bros.
S '\ Records, will chronicle Mike's real life rise to fame as an aspiring rapper from the
streets who finds his path in life through music.
S\ Mike Jones assembled an amazing collective to help realize his "American
SDream." He enlisted Producer Gregory Anderson, who is best known for the
Independently produced "Trios" (Rain Forest Films), a film ranked #34 on the
Top 500 Film Distributors by Hollywood Reporter (August 2001), and was one
of the Top 50 highest grossing Independent Films of that year. Mike also armed
Himself with Producer Keith Paschall, a veteran with over 15 years experience
in television and recording. Keith cut his teeth at Black Entertainment
Television, moving up as co-creator and Supervising Producer of Rap City.
In 1998 Keith founded Geneva Films with noted Director Billie Woodruff,
producing and creating videos for such popular artists as Britney Spears and
Celine Dion. Finally, Mike brought on Industry Indie staple Derrick Dixon-
as Director. Derrick Dixon is noted for amassing record-breaking sales
with the underground movie and soundtrack for "The Dirty Third."
Jones is concurrently in the studio putting the finishing touches on his
sophomore CD, "The American Dream." He also has recently opened a
night club in Houston called Club Iceage.







Detroit Rapper Jay Hussle Debuts CD At St. Andrew's Hall With BET Host And Celebrity Line-Up

DETROIT -- Jay Hussle is as tall as an NBA star ... as handsome as a fashion model ... and as skilled as the
best rapper on the charts. %
Now this Pontiac native is about to prove it with a Detroit concert featuring tracks from his debut album.
It's called "Man of My Word" and it features several songs produced by Bad Boy Records star Young Lord,
who has produced music for Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and 50-Cent.
Coming to stores October 26, "Man of My Word" is being released by Detroit's 2nd Generation Records
and distributed nationally by Fireworks/Universal Records.
Hussle will showcase his skills on the mic from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. on September 2nd at St. Andrew's Hall,
431 E. Congress, downtown Detroit.
BET star Mad Linx from the hit TV show "Rap City The Basement!" will host the show. Also blazing the .w
stage will be rappers K-Deezy, Tone-Tone, Jesse James and Royce Da 5'9".
Hussle has performed with Lloyd Banks and Li'l Scrappy, and appeared on VH1 and BET. Now he's
ready to steal the spotlight as a new star in the world of rap. Jay Hussle
He plans to do that with his 20-track "Man of My Word." Clubs will soon be jumping with the songs pro-
duced by Young Lord. They include "Over There," a hot club beat with a down-South vibe, and "Way You Move," which celebrates the sexy way
a girl walks and dances.
Hussle's fans across the country are waiting for the album, after falling in love with his style. Traffic has been booming on his MySpace.com
spot since Hussle scored as second runner-up on the VH1/MTV Networks' Freestyle 59 Contest in New York. Even more music fans are hooked
on Hussle since he appeared on BET's hit show, "106th & Park." This national following bolsters his hometown popularity in Detroit, where he has
dominated the radio rap battles on WJLB FM-98 and appeared on Fox 2 News Morning.
2nd Generation Records is the dream of Kenneth Tyson Jr., a quadriplegic who survived a horrific auto accident 29 years ago. He hopes to fill
the void created by the departure of Motown Records from Detroit.


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Alcohol Ads Run On Youth-Oriented Radio

ATLANTA About half of the alcohol advertising on radio is aired during youth-oriented programs, according to a new study that
suggests beer and liquor companies are not abiding by a self-imposed ban on advertising to teens.


The report was released Thursday by the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It is the first to assess alcohol radio adver-
tising since 2003, when the alcohol industry
vowed to no longer run ads on radio programs
in which 30 percent or more of the audience is
under 21.
"Kids in the United States are exposed to a
heck of a lot of alcohol advertising, and it
impacts what they drink and how much they
drink," said Dr. Tim Naimi, a CDC epi-
demiologist who worked on the study with
researchers from Georgetown University's
Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth.
Industry officials criticized the report. They
noted the figures were collected in the summer
2004, less than a year after the industry's code
was instituted, and said that some long-stand-
ing advertising contracts had not yet expired.
"Brewers work to comply with the code
every day," Jeff Becker, president of the Beer
Institute, said in a statement.
The researchers monitored radio advertising
in 104 markets, focusing on the 25 brands of
alcoholic beverages with heaviest radio spend-
ing. They used Arbitron Ratings information to
check the demographics of the audiences lis-
tening to various programs.
Twenty-one is ,the drinking age in all U.S.
states.
About 15 percent of the U.S. population is
in the 12-to-20 age bracket, but the percentage
varies from market to market. A radio program
was considered to be "youth-oriented" if the
youth audience was larger than the percentage
of youth in that market's population.
The researchers counted 67,404- beer, wine
and liquor spots and said 32,800 of them or
49 percent were aired on youth-oriented pro-
grams.
Alternative rock and hip-hop were among
the program formats that had the largest per-
centage of alcohol advertising. Alternative rock
stations accounted for about one-quarter of
youth exposure to alcohol ads in the sample,
said David Jernigan, executive director of the
Georgetown Center.
Researchers also looked at advertising on
programs with audiences in which more than
30 percent were in the 12-to-20 age bracket.
The 30 percent threshold was studied because
in 2003 the Beer Institute and Distilled Spirits
Council joined the Wine Institute in adopting a
30 percent threshold for radio advertising
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Having tripled the number of early voting sites to 15
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advantage of the added options for voting this year.
The unofficial count of registered voters utilizing early
voting in the first week (Moiday, August 21-Sunday, August
27) of the Primary Election totals 4,181 for Duval County.
Early voting sites are open Monday through Friday (10:00
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Results from the first week show the Regency Square
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voters at a single site thus far with 447.
The single highest turnout on a weekday was 93 at the
Beaches Library with the Mandarin Library boasting 85 on a
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Early voting is located at sites throughout Duval County,
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Dear Deanna
My son is growing up to be a very angry little boy because
he misses his father. I had a relationship with his dad but
broke up with him because I wanted to be with someone
else. My son doesn't like my new boyfriend and he is mis-
behaving, throwing tantrums and his personality has
changed. I want to take him to counseling but wanted to ask if you think he's rebelling
because he doesn't see his real father anymore?
Anonymous (Denver, CO)

Dear Anonymous:
Your son is hurt because his father is gone and you bring in a new uncle. As parents,
you had an obligation to explain the changes to your son so he could adjust. In a
child's mind, he sees his father leave and another man is now kissing his mother.
Focus your attention on your child and get to the root of his problems. If counseling
is an option for your son be prepared and open minded to some personal lifestyle
changes because the results will be priceless.
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I have two best friends that are always talking about each other. I listen to what they
say but I never repeat anything that I hear. They're going back and forth right now
harder than ever and, I'm being forced to choose sides. I don't have an issue with
either one of them and I think they're being unfair. How do I choose who I want to
be friends with because I can't be friends with both of them?
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Do yourself a favor and lose some weight by dropping both of them. If they don't
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don't deserve your friendship. You're not part of the problem now, but if you choose
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weight. No one in the family has noticed or cared about my pain, or cries for help or
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Rid and Picnic on londa\. September 4 at leenopolitaln
Park The ride starts at 10 t IIa m. Fiee health screenings.
a Stop the Violence presentation, and Bike Show \will be
featured Proceeds \will benefit the 5(01c~ ILA
Scholarship fund w which has awarded schorlaships for the
past I1 \ears
RIDE FOR LIFE-The Jackson\ille based One Blood
Nlotorc\cle Club. The Ragin Bullz Mlotorc cle Club. J-
Ville Riders Motorcycle Club. and The Tru R\ders
Nlotorcycle Club \i, ll spearhead the first "Ride For Life"
in honor of lo\ed ones The eeent \\ill be held Sarurda,.
September 2. starting from Darnell-Coomanan Middle
School at 9-30 a.m. registration begins at s 00 a.m. The
groups ha\e joined MALD D.ADS in an effort to support
non-\ violence and crime-free neighborhoods. Several out-
of-town clubs and se eral other local clubs \\ill partici-
pate. Participants %\ill ride through the area %\ith two
stops for prayer and the laying of a wreath in honor of
loved ones lost to violence. The rally concludes at 3 00
p m follow ing speeches b\ elected officials and coinnu-
nir leaders. Free food \\ill be provided.
RIVERSIDE ART FESTIVAL-A free concert in
Rijerside Park will kick off this year's annual Riterside
Art Festival featuring a local new\ age jazz band Tropic of
Cancer on Friday. September S, 7.00-9:00 p.m. On
September 9-10. o er 140 artists from around the countrN
\ill be on display in lustoric Riaerside Park as the\ com-
pete for a total of $10.000 in pnze money. The artistry of
leaping Fnsbee dog exhibitions \ill also be featured.
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR CHIL-
DREN- The Jacksonville Chapter of the Florida
Association of Mortgage Brokers IFAkNB) will hosts its
31st Annual Fundraiser and Charity Golf Outing on
Wednesday September 20, at Eagle Harbor Golf Club in
Orange Park, Florida. Proceeds of this \ear's annual
event %%ill be used to assist "daniel." the State of Florida's
oldest organization providing quality services for area
youths and families. Registration for this event \\ill begin
at 8.00 a.m. and a shotiun start \\ill begin promptly at 9
a.m. -Golf and huich are available. For more information
on registering for the FAMIB Jacksonville Chapter's 31st
Annual Fundraiser and Charity Golf Outing. please con-
tact Valerie Saunders at 904-992-0785
LUNCHEON-All -area ladies are united to attend the
Mandarin Christian \'omen's Club September Luncheon
"Something Scrumptious" on Tuesday, September 5. 2006
at the Ramada Inn in Mandarin. The luncheon cost
$13.50 inc. and \rill be held from 12:00 1:30 p.m Doors
open at 11:30 a.m. Super Suppers \ll present ho\\ to
make meals fancy and fun. Speaker Manr Moore of
Amencus. Georgia will discuss: "Finding peace in the
ashes of my expectations" Reservations for Lunch &
FREE Nursery can be made by Cande at 908-5609 or
Char 287-6814 or by email at sweetleespoiledil'com-
cast net Please make reser nations by Thursday, August
31st. Come and invite a friend! She'll be glad \you did!
HEART 1WALK- The American Heart Association's
2006 Heart Walk \\ill be held Saturday. September 9,
Acti cities begin at 8:00 a.m. The walk begins at 9:00
a.m. at Metropolitan Park The route includes a 3 2 miles
or 1-rmle sttrvivor mile. African-Americans are at greater
nsk for heart disease and stroke. The prevalence of these
diseases in black females is 39.6 percent, compared to
23.8 percent nm white females. African-American males
and females have higher death rates from heart disease
and stroke than white males and females. The American
Heart Association's Heart Walk helps fight heart disease
and stroke by raising funds to support lifesaving research,
programs and education. It also helps people take the first
steps toward a heart-healthy lifestyle by becoming more
physically active. Physical inactivity is a major modifi-
able risk factor for heart disease and stroke.


provide the packaging and
shippin, ot up-to-date lihgie ne
products at an affordable price
t hen and \\ here people need it
- and. in m\ man\ \ears of
retail sales. l'\e noted that
e.er none needs \%hat \ e
include in our CarePAK;s!"
"'We're excited to ha'.e a
brand net\ companN v !th an
inrno\at\ie. practical approach
ia our iineest incubator ten-
ant." said Jackie Perrn.
Manager of Bea'er Street
Enterprise Center. "Sandra
and her energetic staff came
on board August 1st and prod-


ucts are arrT\ing dail\ for
packaging in their er, timel,
CarePAK It is a great solu-
tion to help people meet their
basic needs. After talking
v.ith families \\ho fled the
Gulf States after Hurricane
Katnna. I know the\ wouldd
ha'.e been \ern grateful to
hae a CarePAK handed to
them "
\\th the morto. "\Ve care
enough to P.AK it for YOU!"
CarePak Solutions. Inc is
preparing ahead fc.r the next
emergency Are YOi pre-
pared ?


For information on
CarePAK Solutions, Inc.. call
CarePAK Solutions at (904)
265-294s. or e-mail her at
info,,,carepaksolutions conm
Bealer Street Enterprise
Center. FreshMlinistries'
25.,0i0 square-foot core-city
business incubator located m
Jackson\ ille's downtown
empo" emtent zone offers pro-
fessional office space, techni-
cal assistance, and business
mentorng by highly success-
ful business leaders from the
North Florida region


When people are faced
i'.t h catastrophe. v.whether it is
brought on b, a natural disas-
ter such as a hurricane or b\
the hard knocks of poverty and
homelessness, the health\
dail\ habits of personal
hl.giene arc often sacrificed to
the battle for sur.ial
According to LISA Toda.\.
months before Hurricanes
Katrina and Rita struck. 0ol-
unteer searchers found 6,251
homeless people li\ing in the
coastal areas of Louisiana.
Texas. Nllssisslppi and
Alabama The search was part
of an unprecedented count of
thile national's holneless popula-
tion that the federal go em-
nient asked cities and counties
to conduct. A tall after
Karrina and Rita multiplied
homelessness along the Gulf
Coast as much as a hundred-
fold and almost doubled the
national ranks R. Da\ id
Paulison. acting director of the
Federal Emergency
Management Agenct
IFENL\). told a Senate com-
mittee that there were 400.000
to 600.000 displaced house-
holds in Louisiana and
NllsMissippi alone that "need to
find long-tenn housing "The
simple todletry items \\e take
for granted im good times are
sometimes not available to
people in times of trouble."
said Sandra Sanuels. fotuder
and CEO of CarePAK
Solurions. Inc.. a new distribu-
tion company that pro\ ides
packaging and shipping of
basic hygiene products.
A former retail sales man-
ager \with over twenty-fi\e
\ears with Wahlart. and a
volunteer on the boards of sev-
eral area non-profits. Samuels
came tip \ith the idea of a
CarePAK to serve people m
times of need. Each basic
CarePak contains a bottle of
gentle liquid soap. three pre-
noistened 100(", cotton \wash-
cloths. deodorant, toothbnrsh
and toothpaste, a comb, a \\Tit-
ing pad and pen. The items
are packed in a zippered,
transparent, waterproof \minl
bag \\ith a handle for easy car-
nring. There are also specific
CarePAKs available for men
with shaving cream and
razor). for women i\with femi-
rune hygiene products) and for
infants-toddlers i"ith dispos-
able diapers. \wipes and baby-
\washl. "We \\ill also cus-
tomize CarePAKs for corpora-
rions. churches and communii-
ty organizations, including
specific items requested and
adding the company logo."
said Samuels. "Our goal is to


BRENTWOC)OD, Tenn. ---
According to tihe Depression
and Bipolar Support Alliance.
bipolar disorder is character-
ized bN extreme changes in
mood, thought, energy. and
behanilor. Also known as
manic depression. bipolar dis-
order causes drastic mood
sw ings \ here individuals
experience mania, or extreme
highs or good moods, con-
trasted w\ ith depression. \ here
sufferers deal with dramatic
lows and overw\helhnng feel-
ings of sadness
Right no\%. research is
underwva, in Jacksonville to
determine the effectiveness of
an nmestilational medication
for the management of depres-
sion associated with bipolar
disorder.
The Depression and
Bipolar Support Alliance esti-
mates that bipolar disorder
affects more than three nulllon
adult Americans It usually
begins in late adolescence.
often appearing as depression
during the teenage years.
Hovwe\er. the disease can
manifest itself in early child-
hood or later in life
Equal numbers of men and
women develop bipolar disor-
der. Men tend to begin with a
manic episode, women with a
depressive episode. The dis-
ease is found among all ages.
races, ethnic groups, and
social classes. The illness
tends to run in fanulies and
appears to have a genetic link.
"It is important for care-
givers of those with bipolar
disorder to develop their own
coping strategies," said Benny
Barnhart. M.D., of Graylime
Clinical Trials in Wichita
Falls. Texas. "Caregivers need
to know\ they are not alone.
The National Alliance for the
Mentally III offers support
groups that can provide valu-


able information and a support
s stem for caregix ers "
Like depression and other
serious illnesses, bipolar dis-
order can also negatively
affect spouses and partners.
famiul\ members, friends, and
co\\ workers. It is of vital unpor-
tance for the sufferer to
recei e support of these mdi-
i\ duals to manage this disease.
Here are some tips from the
Depression and Bipolar
Support Alliance for helping
those \tith bipolar disorder
cope:
Learn about the ill-
ness
Help him or her
obtain an appropriate diagno-
sis and treatment
Encourage the mndi-
vidual to sta \\with treatment
Offer emotional sup-
port understanding, patience.
affection, and encouragement
S Engage the person in
conversation and listen care-
fully
S De\ elop a plan
should he or she experience
severe manic or depressive
episodes
Nexer ignore remarks
about suicide
"It is important to note that
this is a treatable condition
and the support of family is
key." noted Charles Bailey. Jr..
M.D.. of Clinical
Neuroscience Solutions, Inc..
in Orlando. Fla. "Caregivers
need to become part of their
loved one's treatment and
become engaged with the doc-
tor."
The clinical research study
is being conducted in
Jacksonville and over 80 other
sites across the United States.
Adults age IS and older who
have been diagnosed with
bipolar disorder and are cur-
rently depressed are invited to
see if they may quality to par-


ticipate.
A total of eight office visits
o\er a period of up to 10
weeks is required of partici-
pants. Qualified participants
will receive study-related
medical exants and lab tests at
no charge for the duration of
the study, as well as the mves-
tigational medication. For
more information on this
study and how to participate,
visit www.BPdepression.com
or call 1-888-990-0499.

Panel Discussion
To Be Held At JU
J a c k s o n v i e
University's Di\ision of
Humanities will host a two-
part event titled "Civil
Rights and Reconciliation
in Northeast Florida:
A Panel Discussion."
The focus of the event \ill
center on the civil rights,
movement that is to come in
the 21st century. The first
event \ ill be held
Wednesday, September 13
when St. Augustine film-
maker Jeremy Dean shows
students his groundbreaking
documentary "Dare Not
Walk Alone:
The War of
Responsibility." The film
\\ill begin at 7:00 p.m. in
the Gooding Auditorium,
which is located on the JU
campus. A three-member
panel composed of film-
maker Dean, Florida State
Senator Tony Hill, and
Florida Times-Union
columnist Tonyaa
Weathersbe \\will begin-,the
discussion and dialogue as
part of the event beginning
on Thursday, Septembei.r24
in the Gooding Auditoriium
at 7:00 p.m. JU.


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Those skin-lightening creams that Black folks have used for years in hopes of
being two shades lighter or erasing stretch marks and age spots may soon be off the
market.

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responsible for the transition in your skin, hydroquinone, can cause a skin-disfiguring
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Jaguars End Pre-Season At 3-1;


Greg Jones On


injured Reserve


Jacksonville's Greg Jones #33), the team's starting full-
back and Fred Taylor's primary backup, flips upside
down after being stopped by the Bucs defense.. Jones
will miss the season after tearing a ligament in his left
knee. Jones injured his knee Saturday August 26
against Tampa Bay. Coach Jack Del Rio initially said it
was a sprained medial collateral ligament, but tests
revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Del Rio said
Jones will have surgery after the swelling subsides,
probably in two weeks. PHOTO BY LAURENCE GREENE)


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Cornerback Rashean Mathis makes a key stop. (PHOTO BY
LAURENCE GREENE)
Charles Sharon caught a pair of touchdown passes
and the Jaguars defeated the Atlanta Falcons 20-17
Thursday night in a game that meant little beyond set-
tling a few fringe spots on each roster.
Neither team used any starters beyond its kickers,
turning this game over to the guys on the bubble.
,Jacksonville coach Jack Del Rio was clearly
spooked by last week's pre-season game against Tampa
Bay. Fullback Greg Jones tore up a knee and was lost
for the season, while leading tackler Mike Peterson
hobbled off with a knee injury that might keep him out
of the Sept. 10 season openerwagainst Dallas.
Del Rio said all week that his starters would get lit-
tle if any playing time. "It ended up being not at all,"
the coach said at halftime.


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Defensive end Reggie Hayward (#97) has his sights on
Tampa Bay's quarterback. (PHOTO BY LAURENCE GREENE)
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Greg Jones will
miss the season after surgery to repair a torn ligament
in his left knee.
Jones, the team's starting fullback and Fred Taylor's
primary backup, injured his knee Saturday, August 26
against Tampa Bay. Coach Jack Del Rio initially said it
was a sprained medial collateral' ligament, but tests,
revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
"It's unfortunate," Del Rio said. "He's a great foot-
ball player. He's my kind of guy. I have a lot of respect
and admiration for the way he plays the game and the
way he prepares himself. I can't say enough about him.
He's a great young man and I know he'll come back
strong. We're going to miss him." Jones sustained a
similar injury to his right knee during his final season.


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Wide receiver Matt Jones catches a pass over a Tampa
Bay defender. PHOTO BY LAURENCE GREENE)

Tiger Woods


Travels To Ireland


NORTON, Mass. -
Tiger Woods settled over
his ball in the ninth fair-
way and was ready to pull
the trigger on a 7-iron
when he broke the silence
with an important ques-
tion.
"What was the yardage
again?" he said to caddie
Steve Williams.
"I don't remember," the
caddie replied, as Woods
was at the top of his
swing.
It was only a pro-am
round Thursday in the
Deutsche Bank
Championship, hardly the.
time for Woods to be
grinding, even on his lone
day of practice before
going after his fifth
straight victory. And it
hardly mattered. The shot
was a low draw into the
breeze that finished 12
feet from the hole for a
birdie.
Fqur days after win-
ning his fourth straight
*tournament. Woods


appeared to be running
out of steam, and for good
reason.
He left Firestone ,on
Sunday for a charter flight
to Ireland -- his first time
on a commercial plane
since 1998-- with the rest
of the U.S. Ryder Cup
team for two days o'f prac-
tice, poker and Guinness
at The K Club.
He returned
Wednesday to the
Deutsche Bank
Championship, which
gives the charitable pro-
ceeds to his foundation.
"If we didn't start this
thing on Friday, I would
have been in a world of
hurt," Woods said. "I
would have been tired. I
still am tired. It's nice that
I've got a late tee time
tomorrow, so that helps
out a .lot. But I'll be good
to go come game time.
Once the adrenaline kicks
in and all that stuff goes
away, you just play."
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Your Weekly Horoscope

(SEPTEMBER 2, 2006-SEPTEMBER 8, 2006)


Aries (March 21 -
April 19) There are eight
out of ten planets
favoring your
sign this week on
Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday. If you have
anything important pending,
these are the days to push
forward. Just do not make
promises you will not be
able to keep when circum-
stances change. You must
also keep a leash on your
tongue this week so you do
not say too much when too
little is better. This week
lucky numbers are: 3, 13,
15, 21, 25.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21)success.
Something start-
ed now will bear
fruit by the next
week. Take
advantage of any
opportunity presented to you
at this time. You may find
something now that is ideal
for you. Look for work
around liquors, medicines,
oils, gas, water or photogra-
phy.. This week lucky num-
bers are: 4, 10, 26, 32, 34.
.Gemini (May 21 -
June 21) While
first impressions
are generally cor-
rect, this week
you will need to get a second
opinion because you could
be wrong. So do not jump to
conclusions on anything
important. Your income has
suffered a bit lately and it
will take next two, weeks
before it all straightens out
again and becomes what you
want it to be. For the next
month you need some quiet
time so you can regroup.
This week lucky nunibers
are: 3, 11, 23, 33. 35,
Cancer June 21- July
22) This week you need to
keep a' leash o..
y Iour tongue. Do
s" Inot make promis-
e. es at this time
because you may not be able
to keep them later. Errors in
judgment are easy to make
now. Some legal or insur-
ance problems may come up
this week which could cost
you some money later. You
have been working hard and
getting nowhere but that
changes by the end of this
month.' This week lucky
numbers are: 4, 18. 42. 48,
54. ,
Leo (July 23 August
22) While first impressions
are generally cor-
tect,. this week
you will need to
get:a second opin- I
ion, because you could be
wrong. So do not jump to
conclusions .on anything
important. Your income has
suffered a bit lately and it
will take next two' weeks
before it all straightens out
again and becomes what yonu
want it to be. For the next
month you need some quiet
time so you "can regroup.
This week lucky numbers
are:.3, 11, 23, 33, 35.
Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)You are

v. ery' intense about
5I ll vour finances this
________ I week. This is not
a good time to discuss it
because 'your mouth could
run away with your tongue


and cause you trouble. This
is also not a good time to,
make promises;you may not
be able to keep at a later
time. You need a practical
budget', something where
Syou can save a bit each
week.'This week lucky num-


bers are: 6, 8, 20, 36, 44.
Libra (September 23
October 23)The first part
of this week is
very karmic for
you. It is highly
._ pssibie to meet
your soul mate now so.you
be sure you are out and
about to meet as many peo-
ple as possible between
Monday and Thursday. You
may have to take the initia-
tive when you do meet
someone who intrigues you.
If nothing else, you could
gain a new friend for life.
This week lucky numbers
are: 7, 37, 39, 45, 67.
Scorpio (October 24
November 21) This
week you are
finding ingenious
ways to purchase
what you want
and still save money. This is
an excellent time to buy
property or a business. The
first part of this week you
could be in a position to find
a good steady income so
look around carefully. If you
can invest .now, you could
show a nice steady gain in
your portfolio as time goes
on. This week lucky num-
bers are: 10, 28, 56, 62, 76.
S a gi tt a r i u s
(November 22 -
December 21) This is an
excellent time to make, a
plan or a budget to
save money. You
need to save bit by
bit and take the:
long time view. This is also a
good time to invest, pur-
chase property or a business.
Be careful what you say or
promise this week because
you are likely 'to say. what
you do not mean or promise
something you cannot do or
produce. This week lucky
numbers are:. 3, 17, 29, .41,
57.
C a pr ri c o r 'i
(December 22 January
If you are
thinking about
taking a boat trip
this may not be [
the best time for it. You have
an excellent sense of color
right now but someone does
not agree with your scheme.
You may have to compro-
mise. Your money stays
steady for the next three
weeks so ;make the most of
it. Lean timeshare just
around the comer. It seems
to go downhill for a while.
This week lucky numbers
are: 4, 12, 18, 22,;42.
Aquarius (January
20 -February 19th).This
week it should be all about
your finances and
'getting yourself
out of debt. A say-
wings account
should be started or:
enhanced this time. Your
business lor your home) has
been expanded as far as it'
can be for now..Any more
does not work out well for
you and you would be wast-
ing your.time andm money.
Your income stays steady"
until the next month. This
week lucky numbers are: 5,;
11, 19.43. 55.
Pisces (February 19 -
March 20)For the next
week it is time for you to
consolidate and
perfect what you
already .have. [
Your period of


expansion is over and if you
persist, it will not work out
too well. ;You could lose
money. A time from now is a
different story. Enjoy what
you have and be content for
no. There could be a sur-
T|


prise invitation coming to end.This week lucky num-

you for an event next week- bears are:12, 20, 24, 50, 54.

Woman Gives Birth

While Stuck In Traffic


Bumper-to-bumper traffic
delayed Lilliam and Gerardo
Miranda's trip to Jackson
Memorial Hospital on
Wednesday morning. Gerardo
Miranda said he was so nerv-
ous he made a wrong turn
about a mile from the hospital;
"She said, 'Stop, stop,
stop. There's no more time,"'
Gerardo Miranda said.
He pulled their Chevrolet
Cavalier over near the
Orange Bowl while his wife
called 911. The. dispatcher


guided Miranda, telling him to
use his shoelaces to tie off the
umbilical cord.
About a half hour after the
couple left their Kendall
home, 7-pound, 5-ounce Fabio
was born. The couple's third
child was more than a week
early.
Both mom and baby were
taken to a hospital in good
condition.
"This didn't happen with
our other children," Lilliam
Miranda said.


Man Grabs Swirling Cash


PADDOCK LAKE, Wis. -
A sales representative on the
way to a business call made an
unscheduled stop-- in the mid-
dle of the highway-- after
noticing the cash swirling
around his car.
"I was a little west of
Paddock Lake and all of a sud-
den there was money flying in
my windshield and grill," Ted
Neitzke said.
Neitzke, 58, of Random
Lake, said he stopped, got out
of his car and began collecting
the bills while dodging the
traffic.
"So here's this guy -- me--
in the middle of Highway 50
with a tie picking up money,"
he said. "It was just kind of
sliding along the road. When a
car or truck would drive by, it
would go one way, and when
another one would drive by, it
would go the other way."


He managed to pick up a
dozen $20 bills and two $1
bills, a total of $242.
Then he called the
Kenosha County Sheriffs
Department.
"I was just hoping it wasn't
anybody's rent money or
somebody who needed it," he
said. "I figured it was the right
thing to do."
The sheriffs report said
the money Neitzke collected
about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday was
placed in an evidence locker,
and if no one claims it,'
Neitzke will get it.
Sheriffs spokesman
Horace Staples said not every-
one would have turned in the
cash.
"When people do that, it's
very unique," Staples said.
"Normally people would look
around and pocket the
money."


It Just Looks Like A Penis Pump Mom Milwaukee Is Named
Milwaukee is Name'd


CHICAGO A Cook
County judge has decided
there is enough evidence to
prosecute a man who says an

airport security guardmis-
heard him when she thought
he said that a sexual device in
his backpack was actually a
bomb.
Mardin Amin claims he
actually told the guard the
small, black object was a
"pump"-- as in a penis pump.
Amin's attorney said he
client was embarrassed to
explain the object in front of
his mother, who was traveling
with him, so he whispered.
The guard misunderstood, and
thought he said ."bomb,"
according to defense attorney
Eileen O'Neill-Burke.
"His mother is standing
there so, under his breath, he
says, 'It's a pump..Put it away.
Put it away,'", 'Ne1ill-Burke
told The Associated Press on
Thursday. The guard asked
him again and he repeated that
the object was a punp. the
attorney said..
O'Neill-Burke added that
A.minn: an Iraqi, hasa thick
'accent' and 'she herself had
trouble understanding him
until he brought the pump to
her office and showed it to her.
She said she recently learned
that Arabic speakers some-
times have trouble distin-
guishing the sounds "p" and
"b."
However. Judge Gerald
Winiecki decided there was
sufficient evidence for the
case to move forward after the
female security guard testified
that she heard Amin "clearly"
say the word bomb on Aug. 16
at O'Hare International
Airport.
Amin. 29. of Skokie. is
charged with felony disorderly
conduct and faces up to three





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years in prison if convicted.
He was released on $75,000
,bond and is due back in court
Sept. 13. O'Neill-Burke said
he will plead not guilty then.
Amin told the Chicago
Sun-Times after the hearing
that security officials did not.
give him a chance to 'explain
the. misunderstanding, that he
would never use the word
"bomb" while going through a
security checkpoint, and does
not consider a penis pump an
unusual object to own.
"It's normal," he said.
"Half of America they use it."



Bat, Trimmer,

HammerUsed

In Lawn Brawl

FRUIT COVE. Fla. -The
super isor went for a bat. The
employee whipped out a weed
trrmmner. Another worker used
a hammer to' break up 'the
fight.
That's the scene St. Johns
County authoritiess described
Tuesday after a lawn service
supervisor criticized one of his
.worker's grass-cutting skills.
The Florida Times-Union
reported.
Lance Tywan Wamley. 26.
of Hollywvood. Fla.. is charged
with threatening several men
With a 34-nch baseball bat
and then hitting one man in the
chest. The worker. Eric J.
Torres, 23, defended himself
with a weed trimmer, authori-
ties said.
Another worker, aimed
with a hammer, broke up the
scuffle, authonties said.
Torres \was treated at a hos-
pital. Wamley was charged
"ith felony assault and bat-
ter'. Information on his legal
representation was not avail-
able Thursda).


'Drunkest City'

MILWAUKEE Milwaukee has been.ranked by Forbes.corn
as "America's Drunkest City" on a list of 35 major metropolitan
areas ranked for their drinking habits.
Forbes said Tuesday it used numbers from the U.S. Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention to rank cities in five areas:
state laws, number of drinkers, number of heavy drinkers, num-
ber of binge drinkers and alcoholism.
Minneapolis-St. Paul was ranked second overall; followed by
Columbus, Ohio; Boston; Austin, Texas; Chicago; Cleveland;
Pittsburgh and then Philadelphia and Providence. R.I., in atiefor
ninth.
Rick DeMeyer, 28, said Wednesday as he was celebrating his
birthda .at G-Daddy's BBC he could understand Milwaukee's
ranking.:
"I have had people stay with me from London and Chicago,.
and they can't get over how much we drink," he said. "I guess we
do."
But officials at Visit Milwaukee, the area's convention and
visitors bureau. contend that the city has come a long way in rid-
ding itself of its beer-guzzling image.
Milwaukeeans have plenty of other ways to entertain them-
selves without drinking alcohol, said Date Fantle. a spokesman
for the group. He noted a new con mention center and baseball
park had been built and the Mdlwaukee Art Museum expanded in
recent years.
"We'veggone from Brew Cir, to new city," he said.



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2006


Nicole Lyons: Gorgeous And Burning Up
Photos 2006 by Andre' B. Murray/www.bernagency.photoreflect.com


By Rych McCain
At first glance, she is
easy to dismiss as just
another fine sister with
nothing to offer intellec-
tually. But in the case of
NHRA Drag Race Car
driver Nicole Lyons;
looks are especially
more than deceiving!
Many racing competi-
tors have misjudge
Lyon's foxy, high-fash-
ion model looks prior to
race time and received
the shock of their lives
when she hands them,
their "smoked behinds"
on a platter," at the fin-
ish line. One competing
race driver actually quit
the sport following a
solid defeat from Lyons.
Nicole Lyons is a
black female NHRA
(National Hot Rod
Association), race car
driver. She is not the
first black female
NHRA driver, as
Shirley Muldowney in-
1965 held that distinc-
tion, but Lyons is still a
very rare one-of-a-kind.
She also competes in
the PSCA Racing
Series, the So Cal Super
Street, and the Pontiac
Drag Days Series. Her
goal is to compete in


theBusch Series at
NASCAR. This lady is a
serious contender who
grew up in the racing
game. Her dad was the
late street racer Jack
Davis. He strapped his
then two year-old daugh-
ter Nicole into a baby
seat in one of his muscle
cars and took her down
the track at 160 mph. The
baby screamed with joy
and said, "Daddy, let's go
again!" By the time baby
Nicole was seven, she
actually started driving
muscle cars. Her dad
took her to the track daily
and taught her the
mechanics of racing.
Upon his unfortunate
death earlier this year, he
left her a $1.5 million
dollar collection of 13
rare muscle cars. On her
off track time, this
female master mechanic
actually builds car
engines from scratch.
Lyons built her last
engine, a 565 Dart Big M
with 1,100 horsepower.
Chevy Rumble magazine
glorified this engine
because it is currently the
highest horsepower sin-
gle carb engine they have
seen. Lyons also restores
and enhances engines in
her three, Cole Muscle


NHRA Race Car Tracks!


Car Shops (all located in
the San Fernando
Valley), that she owns
with her husband, former
Canadian pro football
player Damion Lyons.
Having started driving
muscle race cars at an
age that most children
barely start to learn how
to ride bicycles must
have made Lyons an


unusual child.
She smiles and says,
"I was an only child and
Daddy's little girl. I
would do anything to
help him out with the
cars."
"Typically, it would
be just bringing him
some lemonade while I
watched him. That's the
Lyons cont'd on D-5


W a su In Soly oSd


By Rych McCain
Music:
SoBe Entertainment
Artist, Urban Mystic is
burning up the radio air-
waves with the number
one hit "Your Portrait."
Hip Hop Queen, Mary J.
Blige, will host a star
studded, red carpet after
party at the famed
Highlands Club in
Hollywood when she
brings her "The


Breakthrough" Tour to
LA for the Labor Day
weekend. D-Boy
Entertainment rapper Tax,
Holloway has joined the
OGPR Publicity firm
family. His new Mannie
Fresh produced single,
"Get It Right,' is receiv-
ing mad spins on the radio
and his solo album will be
dropping soon.
TV:
Number one hit song-


writer, vocalist and cancer
survivor Benita Hill is
embarking on a new
endeavor; a documen-
tary/pilot for a television
show, tentatively titled
"The Things That Are
Real: The Healing Power
of a Song." It is sched-
uled to air this fall on
Blue Highways
Television, a new network
headed by Stan
Hitchcock, the co-creator


of CMT (Country
Music Television).
Film:
In the new
Paramount Pictures
movie, World Trade
Center, a mysterious
U.S. Marine showed up
at the collapsed World
Trade Center that fateful
Whassup continued on D-8


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PAX i. 12 2 Morris Cerullo Helpline Gailher o- Sue Thomas: FB Eye ias Se Thomas- F.B.Eye I Sue Thomas. F.B.Eye as Time-Music IPaid Prog.
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TBN 199 13 59 Jakes Meyer By Force JHayford Joel Osteen Authority Believers IChanging Praise the Lord (CC)
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Honda Battle of the Bands Prepares to Celebrate Milestone 5th Anniversary Year


42 HBCU Marching Bands
Tune-Up for Chance to Appear
in Nation's Premier Annual
Shou case L

The band director carefully
wipes a bead of sweat from his
brow as he signals his drun
major to start the song. With
three shrill blows from the drum
major's whistle. the drtunlines
respond to their cue with a loud
rumble, setting the tempo for
the horns, a strutting cadence
for the entire band and the
rhythmic backdrop for the col-
orful, show-stoppiig dance
team. This is the unique experi-
ence of America's Historically
Black College and Uni\ersity
Marching Bands as celebrated
in the 2006-07 Honda Battle of
the Bands Celebration Tour and
Invitational Showcase. The pro-
gram is designed to cast a
national spotlight on the historic
spirit, pageantry, pride and
showmanship of the Black
College Marching Bands.
From scintillating precision
routines, to familiar chart-top-
ping Top 40 tunes, great surpris-
es are in store for fans from
eight to 80 years of age. Band
directors and musicians alike
are known for pulling out all the
stops as the Honda Battle of the
Bands, commonly called "the
Super Bowl for Black College
Marching Bands," gets set to
mark its milestone 5th anniver-
sary year. For 2006-07, HBOB
will feature 42 participating
HBCU IMarching Bands.
"The HBCU Marching
Bands are leaders in the educa-
tional, cultural and music com-
munities as they continue to
encourage scholarship and
musicianship, to entertain and
engage fans of all ages, and to
inspire youth to pursue a col-
lege education," said Barbara
Ponce, manager of Emerging
Markets National Advertising
for American Honda. "For the
tremendous value the HBCU


Marching Bands bring to so
many communities, Honda is
honored to mark five years as
the founder and sponsor of the
Honda Battle of the Bands.pro-
grain.
.s sponsor, American
Honda Motor Co., Inc. will
once again award a total of
$142,000 in grants to the partic-
ipating marching bands, includ-
ing $1,000 to each for their half-
time performances at selected
football games throughout the
fall season. The Honda Battle of
the Bands is comprised of two
primary components: the
Celebration Tour and the
Invitational Showcase. As part
of the 2006-07 Celebration
Tour, which runs through mid-
November. fans have the oppor-
tiity to get interactive by log-
ging on to the Honda Battle of
the Bands Web site to partici-
pate in the online .opinion sur-
vey, nominating their favorite
HBCU marching band.
At the conclusion of the
Celebration Tour, the 10 bands
that demonstrate the best show-
manship, musicianship and fan
interaction will be invited to
perform in the Invitational
Showcase on January 27, 2007,
at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
The 10 schools selected will
each receive an additional
$10,000 to benefit their respec-
tive music programs and schol-
arship funds. The invitees will
include the two top bands from
each of the four HBCU athletic
conferences (CIAA, SWAC,
MEAC, SIAC) and two inde-
pendent universities.
The selection process for the
Invitational Showcase is based
upon a three- tiered evaluation:
One-third of the points
will be from online fan nomina-
tions received at
http://www.hondabattleofthe-
bands.com.
-'One-third will'be from
the commissioners of the four
conferences, and school presi-


F -AMM -%
The Edward Waters College marching band practices for the Battle.

dents. schoolss. The deadline for all opin-
One-third will be tallied ion surveys is midnight, November
from the HBCU band directors. 3, 2006. On November 13, 2006,
Commissioners, presidents American Honda will announce the
and band directors are not per- 10. bands that will perform at the
mitted to vote for their own Invitational Showcase.


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Lyons continued from D-1
ropes and you learn the
ropes. As a child, my
friends had positions that
were going to be on my
race team'. nI\ best friend
was going to be my cre\\
chief"
Of course the gills
grew up and went their
chosen ways.
Lyons says that get-
ting her driver's license:
at age sixteen was basi-
cally a joke. She laughs
about the guy who gave
her the driver's test. "He
saw ho\\ I handled the
car and said he didn't
need to see anymore."
What about the guys?
How did they handle a
foxy teenager with pro
racing chops? Lyons
lights up. "It's funny.
Most of the guys would
be in aw e of me. They


would say that they could
never find a girl that was
into car engines and rac-
ing like I was and they
would ask me on a date. I
would say, Yeah, I niig.ht
be into thqt, but some of
the other things I might
not be into. From a com-
petitive level, they see
what I can do and it's
kind of like, well if we
can't beat her, join her or
take her out on a date."
What kind of feed-,
back does Lyons receive
from the ladies? She
says. "Actually, I receive
a lot of positive feedback
from nw\omen. I think that
they never fathomed rac-
ing while grow ing up and
ne er had the opportuni-
ties that I did \with my
dad to learn about it and
be involved i\th it.' You
always ha'e \our haters


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HIGHLIGHTS
WEEK OF 08/26/06


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


Donna Richardson
www. donnarichar
m
11 a.m. "Patti La
Sunday
.4:00pm -"Insi
Congressional
Caucus" a one-he
lic affairs program
you the inside scoc
a black perspective
political activity
nation's capital.

Black Family Cha
Daily
Monday Saturda3
- 8 a.m. & Sunday
3 p.m., "M
Ministry" -You
dose of power and
Some of the world
dynamic minister
forth the word wil
ness including H
Christian Center
James & Teressa N
Jacksonville.
Weekdays
8:00 p.m.,


Joyner, Hollywood"
dson.co 9:00 p.m., "BFC All
Access7_Z
belle" 9:30 p.m., "Spoken" -
Check out an emerging
de the generation of the most
Black prolific poets, spoken
ur pub- word artists and lyricists.
Giving 10:00 p.m., nContrast A
op from celebrity-focused enter-
e of the tainment and lifestyle
in, the show.
_Monaho'ys
8 p.m., "Gospel Video
innel Countdown"
STuesdays
, 5 a.m. 3 p.m., "The Thou$and
5 a.m. Dollar Bee" Fourth and
[-Power fifth grade students com-
r daily pete for their chance., to
Praise. win cash'and- prizes as
l's most they put their spelling and
s bring grammar skills to the test.
th bold- Saturdays
Heritage 6 a.m., "The Tom Joyner
Pastors Skye Show".
Vhite of 7:30 a.m., "Health Corner'
8/a.m., "Jeff Majors"
S9:30 a.m., "Singletary
"Inside Says"


Noon, "TV One Access"
1 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 4 p.m.
4:30 p.m., "Good Times"
5 p.m., 5:30 p.m., "227"
*Sat. 8/26, 8 p.m. Krush.
Groove-. Movie -
*Sat. 9/2, Hip Hop Move
Double Feature 8 p.m. -
Krush Groove In the
streets, the subways and'
the clubs, they created the
sound that would turn
their world around.
Blair Underwood makes
his big screen debut as up-
and-coming music execu-
tive Russell Walker in this
hip-hop drama loosely
based on the early days of
Def Jam Records.
Walker, along with his
partner Rick Rubin (as
himself), have all of the
hottest rap groups on their
New York City-based
record label Krush
Groove. The only problem
is they don't have .enough
capital to invest in their
budding artists. But when


Walker borrows money
from a street hustler, he
struggles to pay it back.
Amidst the drama, Walker
and his brother DJ Run are
also vying for the heart cti-
R&B-singer Sheila E. (as
herself).
Watch as LL Cool J,
Kurtis Blow, Run-D.M.C.,
The Fat Boys, Bobby
Brown and all of the orig-
inal members of New
Edition tear up the mic
and the silver screen in
this 1985 film, considered
a cult-classic amongst old
school hip-hop fans.
10 p.m. Disorderlies '.'
Movie The Fat Boys -
Mark "Prince Markie
Dee" Morales, Damon
"Kool Rock-ski" Wimbley
and Darren "The Human
Beat Box" Robinson star
as three bumbling order-
lies hired to care for an
elderly millionaire by his
crooked nephew Wifslow
TV IN BLACK continued on D-7


out there and I use them
for more fuel and keep on
pushing.''
Lyons main event is
the ,traightaway quarter
mile drag. booking at
speeds of 160 mph plus.
She races in three differ-
ent brackets i.e., the
Super Conip in 8 sec-
onds, the Super Gas in 9
seconds and the Super
Street in 10 seconds.
Lyons holds a black belt
in karate as well. So
jtunping out of your race
car to get in her face is
not too advisable either.
Nicole Lyons is \\inning
in the top percent of her
races and without ques-
tion is not only making
black lhstory before our
\ery eyes but is also
making racing history
period!


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Lowry.
Desperate to pay off his high gambling debts,
Winslow (Anthony Geary) hires the. three
worst orderlieshe can find, The Fat Boys, who
have just been fired from their last job.
Winslow hopes the inept orderlies will help
speed along the dying process of his elderly
uncle so that he can finally collect his large ..r
inheritance. With his uncle's money, he can
pay off his debts and begin to live the life of
luxury.
However, once The Fat Boys discover his
twisted murder conspiracy, Winslow's plans
quickly collapse leaving him in a world of-
trouble.
* The Fat Boys originally called themselves
The Disco 3.
* Darren ''The Human Beat Box" Robinson
passed away of a heart attack in 1995
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day on September 11th
and helped find two Port
Authority police officers
buried under twenty feet
of rubble. He only gave
his name as Sgt. Thomas.
Helped pull out the offi-
,ceirs and then vanished. In
the film he is portrayed as
a White man and thus a
White hero of course. The
true, real life Marine that
was the hero on the scene
that day was Sgt. Jason
Thomas of Columbus,
Ohio, 'an African-
American who was living
in New York at the time.
The film's producers


claimed they didn't find
out Thomas' racial identi-
ty until after the produc-
tion ihad started. Even if
this is true, Hollyweird
has a decades old policy
of making real life black
go "white"on screen. Are
you surprised?
Idlew'ild stars Andre.
Benjamin aka Andre'
3000, Antwan A. Patton
aka Big Boi, Paula.
Patton, Terrence
Howard, Faizon Love,
Melinda Williams, Cicely
Tyson, Macy Grey, Ben
Vereen, Paula Jai Parker,
Patti LaBelle, Ving
Rhames, Jackie Long and


Oscar Dillion.
This movie will go
down as a classic black
film! The setting is rural
Georgia in the mid 1930's
during the prohibition era.
The look of that period
was consistent throughout
the entire film, which
made it authentic looking.
The music was the bomb!
It was a mixture of
today's hip hop with yes-
teryear's big band, 1930s
swing. The showgirls and
male performer's outfits
carried the full flash, style
and elegance of the swing
generation. Tap and
Dance master genius


Hinton Battle, designed
some of the most impec-
cable, breathtaking chore-:
ography in film history-
period! The finale inusical
scene, -complete with
showgirls, big band, back-
ground singers and
dancers, all formerly dress
in the best of the 1930s
glamour fashion will
match anything that the
great MGM musicals of
the 30's and 40's pro-
duced with the late dance
maestro Fred Astaire.
Andre' "3000"
Benjamin turned in a
superb acting perform-
ance as Percival, the


undertaker by day in his
father's funeral home and
juke- joint piano player by
night. His love interest
Angel. was portrayed by
foxy Paula Patton who
was reminiscent of the
young Lonette McKee in
the 1976 film Sparkle.
Antwan A. "Big Boi"
Patton also gave a solid
performance as Rooster.
The film is laced with
major names all contribut-
ing to a project that will
definitely entertain and
should reap good box
office returns.


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