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Title:
Florida Star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
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Newspaper
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English
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Coordinates:
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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Material Information

Title:
Florida Star
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Florida Star
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Newspaper
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English
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Freezes $3.5 Million In Burglaries


Edward Laron Williams


Matthew Elmendorf


Timothy Smothers Willie Flynn


Bobby Kennedy


George Moran


JACKSONVILLE
While the city busted
with pride because of its
rapid growth, there was a
few wvho started taking
advantage of the growth


from another angle. They
saw an opportunity for
personal growth. The
Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office began receiving
.many calls about the loss


of appliances and air con-
ditioning units which
increased the cost of con-
struction. The builders
had to increase the
amotmt charged to con-


struct because they were
experiencing an increase
in, cost by having to pur-
chase the missing items
more than once. So, in
January 2005. the.


David Wolf


Sheriff's department cre-
ated a sting operation
called, Operation Ice
Cold. The operation's
goal w as to crack down
on stolen air conditioning


units and appliances from
residential and commer-
cial construction sites.
What \\as happening to
the merchandise? This was
one question regarding
the missing items. Were
the items going to other
builders, private -See A-7

Man Arrested

For Killing

Woman

On Porch


Black Firefighters-It's Time For A Change


Members of the black fire-
fighters fraternal organization
appeared on The Florida Star's
radio show IMPACT
Thursday night and discussed
openingly the issues they are
facing at the Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue Department and


S\wh the Human Rights
'Commission \was justified in
recommending that the four
top leaders of the fire depart-
ment be released.
Many residents are con-
cerned and their concern grew
deeper when they were
exposed to a commercial that
features Mayor John Pe ton, a
noose and a Confederate flag.
The retired firefighters. Ms.
Wanda Butler and Mr. Alonza
Brommer \worked for the
Jackson\ille Fire and Rescue
Department for more than thir-
ty ,ears each.
They have seen progress


and they have seen regres-
sion. Right now. their con-
cern is for a positive change.
There is racism and there is
sexism in the department and
none should be tolerated said
the retired employees..
They feel that the public
. needs to be aware of \what is
really going onAvithin the
ranks and understand why the
Human Rights Commission
made the recommendations.
They did not encourage the
Commission's recommenda-
tion, they just told the truth.
Ms. Butler pointed out
several intolerable incidents


that were racist and sexist. Mr.
Brommer joined her and
advised that at one time, there
was in place a Consent Decree
that required the department to
have fair hiring and diversity
training. After the Decree
either expired or had'been
signed off on in the early
nineties, things changed. even
the hiring policies.
At this point and with the
news changes, it will be years
before a black employee can
reach a high level position said
Butler. Also. they pointed out
that the equation used for
equal hiring is no longer being


used as the number of minori-
ties that are hired are not in
line with the number of
minorities living in the area,
as demanded by the former
Consent Decree.
They are aware of the fact
that the local, state and
national offices of the
NAACP are presently investi-
gating if a new decree is war-
ranted.
The organization's biggest.
concern is fairness within the
department and the elimina-
tion of the racist and sexist
behavior.
Change continued nA-7


Unlock Cell Phones For Cheaper Rates


Having a cell phone is a
part of life for most
Americans today but the cost
could really cut into ones
budget and often users with
prepaid phones experience
days without a phone. But
that could change according
to a report out of Dallas.
According to a \\TAA
report, a wireless technology
expert in Dallas explained that


consumers' ability to cut the
cost of use could be done
when they use an "unlocked"
mobile phone.
Most carriers use the lock
system. Cingular. the largest
wireless provider uses a tech-
nology called GSM and so
does T-Mobile. The report
said that when Cingular and
T-NMobile sign a customer to a
contract, the customer's infor-


nation is on a SIM card
and at that time, is
locked, allowing only the
ability to use their rates.
Howe\ er. according to the
report, the code can be
unlocked The report said that
it is not illegal to unlock the
phone because the phone is
the user's personal property.
The report said that
Cingular would not unlock the


phone while the user is under
contract but T-NMobile will do
so after orning the phone for
more than 90 days. Once the
phone is unlocked, customers
can purchase a SIM card that
provide cheaper minutes and
probably without a long-term
contract. It is estimated that
the user can witness a huge

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Kenneth Williams


July 21. 2006 started
another day of murders in
Jacksonville when Martha
Kirkley was sitting on the
front porch of a northside
home. and gunned down.
Luckily for George
Johnson and his family none
of the bullets touched their
seven-year-old daughter who
was sleeping inches from
where Kirkley was killed.
Wimess advised JSO that
Kenneth Williams, 22, saw
Kirkley sitting on the porch
and walked up to her and said,
"You told on me." At that
point, he pulled out a gun and
shot her several times as he
approached her up close.
What is not clear is what
Kirkley told on him.
An investigation is being
held to determine if the mur-
der was because of retaliation
or another type matter. What
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A Fresh Mayor in Newark with Fresh Ideas

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


RON WILLIAMS, SR.
NEWS EDITOR
CHERYL COWARD
DESIGN EDITOR
BETTY ASQUE DAVIS
COLUMNIST


s this year's elec-
tion season gets into full
swing, voters across the
country are thinking
about the kinds of
changes they'd like to
see in their elected lead-
ers. For voters in
Newark, change has
already come. In May,
they overwhelmingly
elected 37-year-old Cory
Booker as their new
mayor. Booker came
close to winning the job
four years ago but lost to
longtime Mayor Sharpe
James, running for his
fifth term. Now, like
Senator Barack Obama
of Illinois, Mayor
Booker is part of a new
generation, of Black
leaders who are bringing
fresh ideas and attitudes
to the local and national
political scenes.
Booker didn't grow
up in Newark but in a
more affluent, predomi-
nantly White. New
Jersey suburb. He first
made a name for himself
not by winning football
games, not elections. He
was a New Jersey Player
of the Year, a high
school All-American.
and went on to play tight


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PUBLISHER
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF


end for Stanford
University. He also
stood out in the class-
room. After earning his
bachelor's and master's
degrees at Stanford, he
won a prestigious
Rhodes Scholarship to
Oxford University in
England where I first
met him through my son
Jonah, also a Rhodes
Scholar. After Oxford he
was accepted by Yale
Law School.
Some people have
used Booker's impres-
sive education and
achievements against
him. In his 2002 race
against Mayor James,
which turned extremely
ugly, critics cited his
privileged upbringing
and elite credentials as
some of the reasons he
couldn't possibly relate
to or represent Newark
and "real" Black people.
But Booker %\as always
determined to prove,
those kinds of naysayers
wrong. A college friend
later remembered that
even as an undergradu-
ate, Booker had a strong
sense of mission: "He
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problems of the inner
city. He had this great
burden of wanting to
give back and every
step up the ladder of his
career, I think his pur-
pose intensified."
Booker himself has
credited his parents for
always emphasizing the
familiar proverb "from
him to whom much is
given, much is expect-
ed."
While he was a law
student at Yale, he began
commuting back and
forth to Newark to serve
as a legal advisor for a
tenants' rights associa-
tion, and soon became a
full-time resident com-
pletely immersed in
community activism. He
chose to live in a hous-
ing project in one of the
city's most disadvan-
taged neighborhoods so
he could get a fuller
understanding of peo-
ple's needs; and became
convinced he could
make a real difference in
Newark. At age 29, he
decided to run for the,
city council and won,.
edging out a 16-year'
incumbent and 'making
him the youngest coun-
cil member in the city's
history. As a council
member, he spent time.
living in a mobile home


so he could easily move
from block to block and
be a literal presence on
the street corner to
address problems and
help keep drug dealers
and other negative influ-
ences away.
The bitter political
battle of his first run for
mayor was the subject of
an Academy Award-
nominated documentary,
Street Fight. Supporters
then had no doubt he'd
be back and I'm glad he
persisted. Now that he's
won, new admirers are
already talking about
even higher office. For
now, at least, Cory
Booker is still focused
on the same tasks that
first pulled him to
Newark back .in law
school: helping to solve
some of the city's per-
sistent challenges,
including crime, educat-
ing our: children, and
creating jobs. Youth
development and chil-
dren's needs have
always.been among his
top concerns. Many peo-
ple have very high hopes
for this bright new
leader, and Mayor Cory
Booker certainly has a
track record of success.


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SEPTEMBER 16, 2006


Faith In Our Community
-Schedule of Events and Services-

ANNIVERSARY-The Varick Memorial African Methodist
Episcopal Zion Church family invites the public to help cel-
ebrate its presence on the First Coast since the 1800's. An
Anniversary celebration scheduled for Sunday, September
17, 4:00 p.m. The anniversary will celebrate all of the pre-
vious A.M.E. Zion churches, Walters Memorial, Shaw and
Anderson Chapel that were once active in Jacksonville. The
church is located at 7013 Blackard Rd. in Arlington. Rev.
Charles Tabb, Pastor; Rev. Paul L. Whiteurs, Presiding
Elder; The Rt. Rev. James E. McCoy, Presiding Prelate of
the Alabama-Florida Episcopal District.
GUEST SPEAKER-Attorney Willie Gary will be the Guest
speaker at Abyssinia Missionary Baptist Church, Sunday
September 17 at 10:15 a.m. The church is located at 10325
Interstate Center Drive, near 1-95 and Dunn Avenue. For
more information, call the church at 696-1770.
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
SISTER TO SISTER FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST-
Mother Midway African Methodist Episcopal Church will
host a Sister To Sister Fellowship Breakfast on Saturday,
September 23, 9:00 a.m. at Morris Manor, 9050 Norfolk
SBlvd. (cprner of Soutel Drive and Norfolk Road). For tick-
et information contact the church at (904) 359-0999. Rev.
Charletta C. Robinson, Pastor.



St. Gabriel's Episcopal

Church Celebrates

Annual Patronal Feast

.St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, 5235 Moncrief Rd.
West, will celebrate it's annualpatronal fest Sunday,
September 24, at 10:00 a.m.
On this day, St. Gabriel will celebrate the Annual Feast
of the.Black Saint. Gabriel. This is one of the most celebrat-
ed occasions at the church each year. Members feast upon
rededication, commitment and love for faith in Jesus Christ.
The public is welcome to attend the celebration, which:
begins at 10:00 a.m.
Last year's celebration brought Christians from all over
the city of Jacksonville to this modest sized church on the
northside of town.
The congregation boasted well over 300 worshipers as all
were consumed with the love of Christ.
The Covenant Missionary Baptist Church of Florida City,
brought its pastor. Rev. Dr. Curtis Thomas to lead the church
as the guest speaker and its Mlass Choir to breathe joy
through the word and song into the walls of St. Gabriel's.
The choir was also accompanied by instrumentals and the
usher board.
Last year's service also commenced the Memorial Wall
and the Wall of Honor at the church. These two dedication
spaces on the church's back wall symbolize those loved ones
who have passed and those who are still living.
The church will continue to take donations and names for
the memorial and dedication walls as well as sponsors for the
souvenir advertisement program.

THE WORD OF GOD
As a man thinks in his heart, so is he. [Proverbs 23:71
***********
And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee:
for thou, Lord, hast not forsaken them that seek thee.
(Psalms 9:10)


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


HAPPY BIRTHDAY
MY
"LITTLE ANGEL"




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IN LOVING
NIENIORX'
OF THE LATE
be no ice cream and cake,
oly precious memories.

They say that memories
are gold, maybe that's
true, but I nerer wanted
memories, I only
wanted you.

I Love and Miss You:
Daddy and The Famil


MEMORIUM
IN LOSING
MEMORY
OF THE LATE
REV. LARRY
A. BARTON


1953-2004
There is a bridge
of memories
From earth
to Heaven above...
It keeps our dear
one near us
It's the bridge
that we call
love.

\%e Love
And Miss iou

The Family


NEW BETHELHEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH


INSTALLATION OF NEW PASTOR
THE REVEREND ERIC A. LEE


Friday, September 15, 2006 AT 7:30 p.m. -The Emanuel Progressive
Baptist Association
Sunday, September 17, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Solmon Lee
Tallahassee, Florida
Sunday, September 17, 2006 at 5:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Craig Riley
Pastor, Greater Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
Tallahassee, Florida
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ADAMS-John R., died
September 6, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.
ALSTON-Lorrainne, died
September 7, 2006.
ASHE-Ruth E., died
September 2, 2006.
BIVINS-Baby Girl, died
September 1, 2006.
BOLDEN-Dr. Richard L.,
died September 3, 2006.
BRIGHT-Gloria. died
September 3. 2006.
BROWN-Inez, died
September 10, 2006.
CLARK-Baby Shahee Ali,
11, died September 9, 2006.
CRIMMINS-George R.,
died September 10, 2006.
A.B.COLENIAN MORTU-
ARY, INC.
DAVIS-Olivia Goldsmith
Gay-Day, died September 4.
ENGRAM-iinnie H, died
September 4, 2006.
FARR-Annie M.. died
September 9, 2006.
A.B.COLEMAN MORTU-
ARY. INC.
FELTON-James, died
September 5. 2006.
FERGUSON-Baby Jalen,
died September 5, 2006.
GAY-Elizabeth Gay. died
September 11. 2006.
GREEN-Barbara A.. died
September 3, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTUARY.
INC.
GRIMES-Calvin, Jr.. died
September 2, 2006.
JONES-Lawanda, died
September 8, 2006.
KETTER-Eloise, died
September 2, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTUARY.
INC.
KITCHENS-James Henry,
78, died September 4. 2006.
ALPHONSO WEST MOR-
TUARY, INC.
KNOWLES-Dorothy L.,
died September 6, 2006.
MANNING-Jacob, died
September 4, 2006.
MARTIN-Artie, died
September 5,2006.
MARTIN-Maebell, died
September 5, 2006.
MYLES-Bobby Louis, died
September 3, 2006.
PURDY-Benjamin, Sr., died
September 4, 2006.
ROBINSON-Beverly G,
died September 8,'2006.
SAPP-Alma, died
September 10, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN MORTUARY,
INC.
SEABROOK-Neda, died
September 9, 2006.
WALLACE-BIlly J., died
September 11, 2006. A.B.
COLEMAN.
WASHINGTON-Louise,
died September 2, 2006.
WILCOX-LaRrocha
Felecia, 35, died September
5, 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. 4 A
Tuesday Prayer Meeting............. ........ 7:30p.m. .O
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ............. 8:00 p.m. 1! --1
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus -
(904) 764-5727 Church a.:-'

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
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
S south Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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

NIT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florilda 32206'
George Harvey; Jr., M.A.. M. Div., Pastor
Telephone (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
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Community Hospice Honors Five
Community Leaders
At Living Through Giving Gala
The Ritz Theatre & LaVilla Museum was an ideal place
for Community Hospice's Living through Giving
Celebration and to kick off the fall calendar of events.
Surrounded by the awesome African American history of
the 'Ritz', it was ideal as friends and supporters welcomed
Mrs. Connie Payton, the widow football legend perennial
All-Pro and NFL Hall of Fame running back for the
Chicago Bears, the late Walter Payton. And what a coup'
for the local group! It was almost unimaginable when I
received the invitation indicating that Mrs. Payton would
be coming to the First Coast to serve as guest speaker for
the event. Mrs. Payton lived up to the splendid'billing' that
preceded her speech. She spoke from her heart as she told
of her family's trials during her late husband's illness, his
death and the reflections of her son Jarrett Payton who is
now an NFL player in his own right. She challenged each
of us to get out affairs in order and not be caught unpre-
pared should death touch our lives unexpectedly.
Community Hospice of Northeast Florida recognized
five community leaders from the First Coast's African-
American community. The Living Through Giving, A
Celebration of Works & Deeds is a community based event
supporting the African American community of Northeast
Florida, and recognizing those members who, through their
actions and accomplishments have enhanced the quality of
life throughout the community.
This year's honorees were: Dr. Floyd B. Willis, MD,
Mayo Clinic Dr. Robert L. Brown, Sr., Health Care
Award; Mrs. Sylvia Johnson, Principal Eugene Butler
Middle School-Education Award; Rev. Mark L. Griffin,,
Wayman Chapel African American Episcopal Church-
Community Service Award; Eddie Walker-NAS
Jacksonville-Business Award; and the late Coach
Bernard Wilkes-Athletics Award.
Additionally seven African-American students were
presented scholarships in the areas of health care, liberal
arts, higher education and the arts. The 2006 scholarships
recipients were: Maurice Alexander-Edward Waters
College; Andy Andre- University of North Florida:
Erika Bolton- Douglas Anderson School of the Arts;
Kimberly Johnson-, Florida Community College;
Brittani Payton-University of North Florida; Krystal
Stovall-Florida A. & M. University; and Kedra White-
Florida Community college at Jacksonville. Each schol-
arship if awarded for one year only. What a splendid group
of young people!
Mrs. Susan Ponder-Stansel, president and CEO of
Community Hospice, and Judge Brian Davis presented
the awards and scholarships. "This has been ah exciting
and rewarding evening for Community Hospice. It was an
opportunity to celebrate African-
Americans who share our commitment to enhancing
quality of life on the First Coast," stated Mrs. Ponder-
Stansel. "And we are honored to help repay the generosi-
ty of the community by helping thee seven outstanding stu-
dents continue their education.
"I'm proud to have been part of an effort in the commu-
nity to help educate people about end-of-life care and to
recognize people who are making positive contributions to
our city," added Judge Davis.
There weren't any of the usual plaque presentations for
the honorees at this affair. Each of the Living Through
Giving awards were individually designed and created by
local potter Ms. Glendia Cooper. The creations reflected
each winner's accomplishments. Ms. Cooper, the Duval
county School Board Liaison at the Cummer Museum of
Arts .& Gardens has exhibited her w ork throughout the
country .
The magnificent evening with friends was sponsored by
Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville.
******** ,
Ninety-Nine And Still Going Strong
Saturday afternoon was a very special day for Mrs.
Pauline Brown. It was her 99th birthday and her family
put on a glitzy feast for her at the St. Matthew AME
Church Hall.
Wearing a stunning tiara, surrounded by her family and
dear friends, Mrs. Brown was regal. And it was a spirit
filled event with singing, well wishes and a nostalgic
movie of Mrs. Brown's blessed life.
Happy Birthday and Many Blessings,. Mrs. Brown!
You are truly loved and cherished!

Correction: In last week's columfi Dr. Beverly
Roberts-Atwater's name was omitted in photo with Ms.
Agnes Dixon. Our sincere apologies.
Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming events.
Contact us at 904 766-8834;' E-mail
socially@iTheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me
directly at imajol@aol.com. telephone (904) 285-9777 or
fax (904) 285-7008.
See you in the paper!


Judge Brian Davis, Mrs. Connie Payton and Mrs.
Marietta LeBlanc confer during the Community
Hospice's Living and Giving Celebration Reception.

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Links, Inc. member Mrs. Connie Payton shares sisterly
moments with her Link, Inc. sisters of The Jacksonville
and Bold City Chapters: Drs. Barbara Young and Lois
Gibson, Mesdames Vivian Walker, Elizabeth Downing,
Anest McCarthy, Dr. Geraldine Smith, Marietta LeBlanc,
Marjoria Manning, Madeline Scales-Taylor, GlIria Dean-
Jacksonville Links, Inc. chapter president, Stephanie
Scott, Lydia Wooden, Thelma Lewis, Dr. Shelly
Thompson, M.D. and Betty Asque Davis.


Local Potter Ms. Glendia Cooper takes a bow during the
Living through Giving Celebration program. Ms. Cooper
created each of the pottery presented to the honorees.


Living through Giving Celebration Planning Committee
Members with Mesdames Connie Payton and Susan
Ponder-Stansel: Mses Karen Kincade, Juliette Thayer,
Dr. Lois Gibson, Wilhelmina Nash, Mrs. Payton,Ms.
Ponder-Stansel, Marietta LeBlanc, Flora Feggins
Peterson, Joanne Thayer, Patricia Sampson and
Angela Mack.
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The very gracious Mrs. Payton took time to share foot-
ball memories of her late husband Walter Payton with
Mrs. Dorothy Borroughs and Mrs. Inez Christopher
Asque.,


The Magnificent Pottery Creations of Ms. Glendia
Cooper.


2006 Scholarship Recipients (not according to the order
standing): Maurice Alexander, Andy Andre, Ericka
Bolton, Kimberly Johnson and Brittani'Ppyton.


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2006 Works & Deeds Honorees: The children of the late
Coach Bernard Wilkes, Mrs. Madeline Scales-Taylor
accepting for Dr. Floyd Willis, M.D., Eddie Walker, Mrs.
Sylvia Johnson and Rev. Mark Griffin.

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99th Birthday Honoree Mrs. Pauline Brown. (PHOTO BY
J.CARL DAVIS, SR.)


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Davis Apologizes


To Pitts And Lee


WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. After months of political
attacks, Democratic' gubernatorial nominee Jim Davis is
admitting he made a mistake when he voted in the state
Legislature to deny compensation for two black men con-
victed, and later cleared, in the killings of two white men.
Davis scheduled a meeting with Freddie Pitts and Wilbert


Lee to apologize to them for his 1990 vote, spokesman Josh
Earnest said Tuesday.
Pitts and Lee originally pleaded guilty to the 1963
killings of two gas station attendants, but then claimed they
were beaten, threatened and interrogated for hours until they
confessed to the crime in hopes of being spared the death,
penalty. However, they were sentenced to be executed, and
remained on death row for nine years.The case was eventu-
ally. overturned, but they were again convicted by an all-
white jury in a second trial as both maintained their inno-
cence. Reports later surfaced that the prosecution had with-
held evidence, and another man eventually admitted killing


the station attendants.
Pitts and Lee were pardoned in 1975 by then-Gov.
Reubin Askew, who cited substantial doubt about their guilt
andthe third man's confession.They were eventually award-
ed $500,000 each by the Legislature in 1998.
The 1990 vote to deny compensation dogged the Davis
campaign throughout the Democratic gubernatorial primary
race, as his opponent, state Sen. Rod Smith, accused him of
failing to undo injustice. Davis had said he didn't have
enough evidence at the time to approve the compensation,
but he finally agreed to review the record again after repeat-
ed attacks throughout his campaign.


Democratic nominee for Florida governor Jim Davis,
left, talks to the media Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006 after say-
ing he was wrong for not supporting Freddie Pitts, cen-
ter, and Wilbert Lee, right, two men who were wrongly
convicted and sent to prison. After months of political
attacks, Davis is admitting he made a mistake when he
voted in 1990 in the state Legislature to deny compensa-
tion for the two men convicted, and later cleared, of
killing two white gas station attendants. (AP Photo/J. Pat
Carter)


Girls Perform


Better On Tests


When Feuding


Parents Divorce
.GAINESVILLE, Fla. A clean break from a bad mar-
riage is actually better for the couple's school-age daughters
than a troubled union, a new Uni\ersity of Florida study
finds.
Contrary to the expectation that marriage is always good
for children while divorce is bad, the study found that the
schoolwork of girls whose parents split up is better than that
of girls who live with a mom and dad who don't get along,
said Mark Hoekstra. who did the research for his doctoral
dissertation in economics at UF.
"There is no question, as I and other researchers find, that
boys and girls from tvvo-parent intact families perform better
academically than boys and girls whose parents divorced,"
Hoekstra said. "But I was surprised to learn that girls %\hose
parents divorced do better in school than girls from similar-
ly troubled families whose parents went to the brink of
divorce but remained married."
In the study, girls between first- and 10th-grades whose
parents divorced scored an average of slightly more than
eight points higher on standardized reading and mathematics
tests than girls whose parents filed for divorce but later
requested the case be dismissed. These differences persisted
four years after the divorce, he said.
No academic differences were found for boys, although
they did experience a short-term increase in disciplinary
problems immediately after divorce that did not last beyond
three years, said Hoekstra, who is now an economics profes-
sor at the University of Pittsburgh.
One possible reason girls in families with troubled mar-
riages are more likely to experience academic problems is
that they may be more adversely affected by conflict, he
said.
The opportunity for girls to have a closer relationship
with their mothers when parents divorce may also explain
their stronger academic performance. Hoekstra said. "Since
in most cases mothers have primary custody, there may be a
mother-daughter bond that forms as a result of a divorce that
daughters respond to in a positive way compared to what
would have happened if the parents had remained married,"
he said.
The results have important implications for divorce
reform initiatives that have gained popularity recently
because of concerns about the effects of divorce on children,
Hoekstra said. Since 1996 at least eight states have consid-
ered legislation that would make it more difficult for parents
to end their marriage by limiting grounds for divorce and
requiring pre-divorce counseling, he said.
"My research suggests that policy-makers ought to be
less concerned with whether or not parents legally dissolve
their marriages and more concerned with helping them over-
come the types of problems that cause them to contemplate
divorce in the first place," Hoekstra said. "Unless the inter-
vention can resolve the issues that got the family to the point
of considering divorce, it will result in considerably lower
academic achievement for the daughters involved."
Discipline is the issue with boys, Hoekstra said. "There
has been some research suggesting that when boys lack a
male role model in the home, which often happens after a
divorce, they may be more affected than their sisters and act
up, but my study shows that the effects are not permanent,"
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Family Digest Announces 50 Best




Companies For African Americans


Austin, TX-- Family Digest today announced its fourth
annual list of the Best Companies for African AmericansTM
for 2006 as featured in the magazine's Fall 2006 cover story.
In selecting the companies, Family Digest's editors evaluat-
ed more than 1,000 companies in the following areas:
employee feedback, employee demographics, recruitment of
African Americans, board makeup, company culture,
advancement of African Americans, work-life programs and
policies, and spending with Black-owned suppliers.
A total of 50 companies were identified as worthy of
recognition. Among these top 50, Denny's, New York Life,
Morgan Stanley and Cingular were singled out for strong all-
around performance. Also included on the list were Burrell
Communications Group, UniWorld Group, and Carol H.
Williams Advertising, three advertising agencies that spe-
cialize in reaching the Black consumer market.
"We love great companies. Great companies strive for a
type of perfection that, while generally unattainable, allows
them to improve year after year," says Family Digest
Founder & Publisher Darryl L. Mobley. "It is in this spirit
that we searched for, and found, the 50 great company's that
made up Family Digest's 4th annual list. of the Best
Companies for African AmericansTM. Family Digest was the
first publication to focus on the unique question of whether
or not companies were doing a sufficient job at employment,
retention and promotion of African Americans, in an envi-
ronment sane to the needs of working adults and their fami-
lies."
"Family Digest is the leading magazine addressing the
interests of African American heads-of-household and their
families," said Family Digest Editor-in-Chief Susan
Benjamin. "We all know that professional success enables
parents to provide for their families. Because of this, we
were interested in each firm's work-family programs, flexi-
ble-work policies, mentoring programs and the like."
Family Digest also does not rank the companies selected.
According to Darryl L. Mobley. "To rank these outstanding
companies is to commit fraud by our judgment and to make
losers of all we did not deem to be number one."

The list of Family Digest Best Companies for African
Americans"M for 2006 includes the following:

S Abbott Laboratories Abbott Park, IL
SAflac Inc. Columbus, GA
Allstate Northbrook, IL
AmericanAirlines Inc. Fort Worth, TX
American Express New York,. NY
AT&T Bedminster, NJ
Bank of America Charlotte, NC
SBeliSouth Atlanta, GA' :
Burrell Communications Group Chicago, IL
Carol H. Williams Ad\ertising Oakland. CA
Cingular Atlanta, GA
Citigroup New York. NY
The Coca-Cola Co. Atlanta, GA
Colgate-Palmolive New York, NY '
iDaimlerChrysler Auburn Hills. MI
Darden Orlando. FL,
Denny's Restaurants Spartanburg, SC
Eastman Kodak Co. Rochester, NY
Fannie Mae Washington. DC
Ford Motor Co. Dearborn. MI

Study Cites High Cancer Rates Amon4 Blacks


CHARLESTON, S.C.. --
A study conducted by
researchers from'. the'
Medical University of South
Carolina (MUSC) and
University of South
Carolina shows that the can-
cer rate among blacks living
in South Carolina is nearly
twice as great as it is for
whites in the state.
The study released Sept.
S 13 by the Journal of the
South Carolina M medical
SAssociation focuses on
racial imbalances that exist
in African American and
European American cancer
rates in South Carolina.
while comparing cancer dis-
parities between the two
races nationally.
South Carolina leads the:
nation in cancer rates. The
study found that in South
Carolina:.
African "American
women are about 60 percent
more likely than" white
women to die from breast
cancer after diagnosis,
which is the largest dispari-
ty in the country.
?' African American men


are nearly 80 percent more
likely to get prostate cancer
and nearly three times more:
likely to die of the disease'
than white men. This is
about 50 percent of the rate
nationally.
. Both African American
men and women are more
likely to have and die of col-
orectal cancer than their
white counterparts.
*' African American
women are much more like-
ly to be diagnosed and die
from cervical cancer;
despite similar screening
rates .
MIeanwhile. programs
including Health-e-AME
and Brothers Against
Prostrate Cancer, which is
operated through barber.
shops in South Carolina, are
supported by MUSC. While
some of the differences are
related to socioeconomic
factors that determine access
to healthcare, "We are pretty
much in the dark regarding
many of the underlying
causes,", said,James Hebert,
Ph.D., an USC researcher
and a journal contributor.


General Motors Detroit, MI
JPMorgan Chase New York, NY
Kellogg Co. Battle Creek, MI
Kraft Foods Northfield, IL
Macy's/Bloomingdale's Cincinnati, OH
Marriott International, Inc. Washington, DC
McDonald's Corp. Oak Brook, IL
Merck & Co. Whitehouse Station, NJ
Merrill Lynch & Co. New York, NY
MGM Mirage Las Vegas, NV
Morgan Stanley New York, NY
New York Life New York, NY
Novartis Pharmaceutical Corporation East Hanover, NJ
PepsiCo Purchase, NY
PricewaterhouseCoopers New York, NY
Procter & Gamble Cincinnati, OH
Prudential Financial Newark, NJ
SC Johnson Racine, WI


Sprint Nextel Reston, VA
Starwood Hotels White Plains, NY
SunTrust Banks Atlanta, GA
Toyota Motor North America Inc. New York, NY
Turner Broadcasting Atlanta, GA
United Parcel 'Service Atlanta, GA
UniWorld Group --New York, NY
Wachovia Charlotte, NC
Washington Mutual Seattle, WA
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Bentonville, AR
Wells Fargo San Francisco, CA
Yum! Brands Inc. Louisville, KY

The complete special report on the Best Companies for
African AmericansTM for 2006, including methodology and
selection criteria, is available in the Fall 2006 issue of
Family Digest, available on newsstands September 25, 2006


Is Whitney, Houston's



Rocky Marriage Ending?


LOS ANGELES The
tumultuous marriage of
Whitney Houston and
Bobby Brown -- which
withstood drug addiction,
Brown's numerous arrests,
the decline of Houston's
once-sparkling image and
domestic abuse allegations -
- is coming to an end.
A publicist for Houston
confirmed to The Associated
Press that the Grammy-win-
ning, superstar ,singer had
filed for divorce from her
husband Bobby Brown, after
1-4 years of marriage.
:Publicist Nancy Seltzer
declined to reveal where or
when Houston filed:-. the
divorce papers, and said the
singer had no statement to
make.
"I can just confirm that
she has, filed for divorce,"
Seltzer said Wednesday.
Houston and Brown,
who had a home in
Alpharetta, Ga., have one
child together, a 13-year-old
daughter. Bobbi Kristina.
When Houston and
Brown wed in,.1992, the
match seemed to outsiders
to be a mismatch. :Houston -
- once one of the best-selling
singers in history -- was a
glamorous, pop superstar
with a super-clean, princess-
like persona. whereas
Brown, who rose to fame as
a member of the boy band
New Edition before striking
out on his own, was a some-.
times coarse R&B singer
with a more streetwise
image.
But as the years wore on,
it would become hard to
determine which one was

"Time is on
the side of the
oppressed today,:
it's against the
oppressor.
Truth is
on the side
:: of the
oppressed today,
it's against the
oppressor.
Y6u don't
need
anything else."

Malcolm X

' .


more troubled. Though
Bobby Brown-- best known
for hits like "My
Prerogative" and "Every
Little Step"-- would be
arrested numerous times for
drugs and' 'alcohol,
Houston's own battles with
substance abuse sullied her
image.
; Together, the two were a
tabloid editor's dream. When
Brown was released from a
stretch in jail a few years
ago, an ecstatic Houston


greeted him by jumping into
his arms and throwing her
arms and legs around him
before a; throng of fans and.
media.
And in the no"\ infamous
2002 ABC interview with
Diane Sawyer, an erratic-
sounding and van-looking
Houston, with a profusely
sweating Brown by her side,
admitted dabbling in drugs
but denied using crack, then
uttered the now famous
phrase: "Crack is \wack."


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Mr. Brommer pointed out the fear of the community and the behavior displayed by certain fire-
fighters when their services are sought in certain neighborhoods with all, including older adults
and young children, making it difficult for the Jacksonville residents to feel comfort when service
is sought.
The ads were released as another avenue to reach the mayor and the city about the problems
with the hope that the actions recommended by the Human Rights Commission be quickly acti-
vated. "It is understood that the fire chief is leaving in eleven months, but if he has not taken the
needed action to eliminate the problems in the three years he has served as the organization's
leader, he certainly can't change the situation in eleven months" said Mr. Brommer.
Presently, according to Brommer and Butler, memos are initiated without being read; workers
get others to sign for them and attend seminars that are required and strict discipline is not in place.
Without proper discipline, changes cannot be made. Without leadership changes, attitude changes
will not be activated. "Jacksonville, it is time for a change," said Ms. Butler and Mr. Brommer,
"and that is why the commercial was released." Ms. Butler said the fraternal organization or the
Leadership Coalition did not design the commercial but all are making a plea for a change NOW!

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did she tell that made him kill her? Williams has been charged with the murder and sources say
they can't see a reason for the time he will pay for the crime.
Ms. Kirkley was homeless

Diverse New Coalition Launches

Depression Education Campaign

WASHINGTON -- Frustrated and concerned by popular misconceptions that triv-
ialize depression as "just the blues" or dismiss it entirely as an "imaginary disease,"
seven prominent physician, patient and civic nonprofit organizations have joined
together to launch a public education campaign to tell Americans the truth about
depression. The Depression Is Real Coalition seeks to educate Americans that
depression is a serious, debilitating disease that can be fatal if left untreated and to
provide hope for recovery to the nearly 19 million Americans who suffer from
depression each year.
The Depression Is Real public education campaign is sponsored by The
American Psychiatric Foundation (a philanthropic and educational subsidiary of the
American'.Psychiatric Association), the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance,
the League of United Latin American Citizens, the National Alliance on Mental
Illness, the National Medical Association, the National Mental Health Association
and the National Urban League and is made possible through the support of Wyeth.:
"Our research shows that many Americans don't realize that depression is a bio-
logically-'based disease --in )fact, a third of all Americans believe that mental ill-
nesses like depression are caused by emotional or personal weaknesses, and almost
that number think they are caused by old age alone," said Altha J. Stewart, MD.
President of the American Psychiatric Foundation. "We believe we have a responsi-
bility to tell the public the truth about depression -- one based on scientific evidence
and clinical research. not made-up 'facts' or Wishful thinking."
The Depression Is Real Coalition believes that those in the popular culture who
label depression a "myth" and deny that medical or other treatments are necessary
for recovery do real harm to depression sufferers. Indisputable scientific evidence
shows depression to be a biologically-based disease that destroys the connections
between brain cells and can affect every aspect of a person's health. Science and
medical research have also proven that people can and do recover from depression
through appropriate treatment.
"Tri\ializing depression as a passing mood or, worse, an imaginary illness can
discourage those who need treatment from seeking help," said Sue Bergeson,
President of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. "That's not just counter-
productive -- it's downright dangerous because depression is the principal cause of
suicide worldwide, killing more people than homicides and terrorism combined."
she said. "This campaign is critical because more education and awareness can help
deter needless deaths and the years of suffering that precedes them." she added.


Nation's Oldest African-American

Newspaper To Launch

Signature Ad Campaign

PWILADELPHIA-- The Philadelphia Tribune, the nation's oldest African-American-controlled
newspaper, today announced the launch of a comprehensive, new advertising campaign that will
reaffirm the paper's primary editorial focus on issues that impact black readers. In so doing, the
print, broadcast, out-of-home, and online campaign -- the most extensive ad campaign in the
paper's history -- will emphasize the Tribune's 122-year legacy of black journalistic leadership, its
extensive African- American readership, its unique black-focused political perspective, its positive
coverage of black business issues, and its unique Web site content.
The new campaign will be led by a series of print ads that will appear in the Tribune's own
pages, and whose content will be converted for use in Web advertisements, bus-sides, and other
out-of-home outlets.
Each of the new print ad formats concludes with the tagline: "The Philadelphia Tribune ... only
when you want the truth about issues in the African-American Community."
Over coming weeks, the campaign will extend to local radio. Radio spots will continue the
theme of the Tribune's special dedication to truthful, knowledgeable, fair and expansive coverage
of local, national, and global black issues.
According to the Tribune's publisher, Robert W. Bogle, the 2005 U.S. Census data make the
demographics of Philadelphia, the Tribune's headquarters city, ideally situated for a newspaper
with such a clear ethnic focus.
"In all of the 122 years since the Philadelphia Tribune began to be published, this may be the
very best year to have an African-American-focused news operation," said Bogle. "All told, our
paper reaches more African- American households on a weekly basis than any other newspaper in
the region."
"The most recent census," added Bogle, "tells us that Philadelphia's population is now 45 per-
cent comprised of African Americans, 40 percent non- Hispanic whites, 10 percent Hispanics and
about 5 percent Asians. Clearly, African Americans constitute the single largest population segment
in our city and no other local news source in the entire region carries more information about that
community than the Tribune. The reason for the new ad campaign is to remind the people in the
Philadelphia area that this happens to be the case, and that We are prepared to be the primary news
source for the City's new majority."
The new campaign was recently introduced to the Tribune's staff at a noon- time reception that
celebrated the fact that the paper had just won nine major awards at the annual convention of the
National. Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), the trade association for the 205 audited,
African- American-focused newspapers in the U.S. In six of the last ten years, at that same conven-
tion, the Tribune has been named the nation's best black newspaper.
Established in 1884 by Christopher J. Perry, and currently led by its publisher, Robert W. Bogle,
The Philadelphia Tribune is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The paper is published
every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, along with the Tribune Magazine, which
is published on the first Sunday of every month, and, Sojourner, the quarterly published visitor's
guide. With a staff of 130 full and part-time employees, The Philadelphia Tribune is the nation's
oldest and the Greater Philadelphia region's largest daily news publicanon serving the African-
American community.


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homes, or outside of Jacksonville? It was determined that the items were being
resold. Some of the units were sold to the original owners.
There were 1,022 reports filed for grand theft and business burglaries for con-
struction sites. The approximate value of the merchandise stolen was $3.5 million.
The rate of the burglaries was about two per day.
Arrested in this bust were Matthew Elmendorf, Willie Flynn, Bobby Kennedy.
George Moran. Vaughn Reed. Willie Sing, Timothy Smothers. Lindsey Weston,
Daniel Williams. Edward Laron Williams and David Wolf. Still at large is Antonio
Lewis.
The operation is continuing not just because of the thieves but also because of the
buyers of the air conditioning units and appliances.
JSO advised that those who purchased the merchandise knowing that the items
were stolen are also part of the criminal acts and will be apprehended.


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receive tickets to Sunday's Jacksonville Jaguars-Dallas Cowboys game. (From left to right) Christopher
Nix, Sniloh Shive, Victoria Hogans, Aaron Carpenter, Fredericha Stanley, Principal Addison Davis,
Jamielle Brown, Michael Voss, Jack Patterson, and Marcus Stanley.

Back To School JAM Held In Olustee
By Yvonne Brooks
Olustee, Fl. recently held its annual Back to School
Bar-B-Que and picnic in the Olustee park. A great time
was held by all in attendance as it was a day. of funa. food
and games. This is an annual event that gets bigger each
year as stated by Willie Nlae loore and Felicia Givens.

In addition his year after fu,,n in the park, at 6:00pm
the fun moved to Oak Grove Baptist Church for the JAM
(Jesus and le) concert. The JAI featured Christian
comedians, gospel rappers and motivational speakers
from Jacksonville.
The event was kicked off with C nords of encourage-
ment from the pastor, ReV. Andrew Brooks and was fol- .
lowed by Chris Holder a recent FANIU graduate who is
currently working for Dual County School Board and
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who introduced the Charles '"Mr. Charles" Dorsey,
Christian Comedian. Next was the gospel rapper
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by the female Christian comedian Barbara "Ms Dupree" '
Dupree-Clemons". Next was BISHOP who plays a bad
Sax and rounding out the performance was gospel rapper _
Bro. Green (Terrence) who was joined by his daugh- a
ters, Shawnte" and Keyonna.
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er, it was all about showing the young people of Olustee Goldson.
"LOVE" and lifting the name of JESUS. He further stat-
ed that this group of performers consists of brothers who
at one time hung out in the street together and now that i
the Lord is in their lives, they are together as Brothers In a
Christ, "BIC" plus one outstanding lady, Ms. Dupree.
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Jay-Z Emerging From His



Hip Hop Retirement

NEW-YORK Call him the Nlichael Jordan of rap. Jay-Z, who declared that 2003's "The
Black Album" would be his last, is coming out retirement and releasing a new CD.
Kingdom Come" will hit stores this fall, Entertainment Weekly magazine reports in its new
issue, due on newsstands Monday.
"It was the worst retirement in history," Jay told the magazine.
Actually, his post-retirement career looked pretty good. In 2004, the rap icon (real name: Shawn
Carter) became president and CEO of Def Jam'Recordings. He became part owner of the New
Jersey Nets that same year. Also on his resume: Not-So-Secret Boyfriend of Beyonce.
Despite naysayers' doubts, the 36-year-old Jay-Z thought he was retired from music-making: "I
believed it, yeah. I believed it for two years"
But since his "retirement," he's gone on a world tour, performed on hit records with Beyonce
and other entertainers, and had a profile higher than most working rappers. There were rumblings
that he was working on a new album. And in an interview with The Associated Press this summer,
She said he \was thinking about coming out of retirement.
He told Entertainment Weekly that he began tinkering in the studio over the summer.
"Something, when you love it, is always tugging at you and itching, and I was putting it off and
putting it off. I started fumbling around to see if it felt good," he said.
The result: "Kingdom Come."
The disc is "more in the vein of'The Black Album' than 'The Blueprint.'" he tells the magazine.
"I've been experimenting with things, different types of music "
He's already recruited some A-list producer-collaborators: Timbaland, Kanye West and Dr. Dre.
Even Coldplay fronrman Chris Martin produced a track called "Beach Chair," he said.
So --for real no\\ -- when does he plan to retire?
"If I wake up one day and the best material has passed me by and that's going to happen," he
said, "then it's time to move on. I've said what I wanted to say."

Strictly Business: American Southwest Music
Distribution's Wine-O Delivers the Goods
Thursday September 14, 9:00 a.m. ET Jay.z


LOS ANGELES--(American Southwest Music Distribution artist Wine-O has completed filming a new
music video for his smash hit single "Pop My Trunk." His forthcoming 20-track album, "Hate Me," is to
be released by American through Universal Music's distribution channels on October 31, 2006. The artist
wrote, produced or co-produced all the tracks on the album which propelled the single atop the Billboard
Top 100 R&B charts for 19 consecutive weeks.
S"Before in my music, I gave ways out of a bad lifestyle. But on this album, I rap about what I've seen,
how I've lived, and my life as a whole," remarks Wine-O about his upcoming album.
*i The video's theme compares the life of a rap star to the perks of being an ancient Greek prince in the
times of Troy. As American's CEO David Michery describes, "We are very happy with. the video. We
believe this video will attract a lot of attention from the stunning visual artistry in the opening scenes to
1 the gritty, hardcore-rap throughout. This video should propel both Wine-O and American onto the nation-
-7.- ._al urban/hip-hop stage."
N". aHouston based artist Wine-O, formerly Nu Wine, has been a fixture on the music scene in Texas for over
_i*:il a decade. Straight from the streets of the 5th ward in Houston and with 12 albums under his belt, Wine-O
is currently on tour as well as producing a track for R&B sensation LeToya Luckett. The musician also
completed a project in collaboration with legendary rapper, writer and producer Scarface and platinum
Recording artist Slim Thug earlier this year.


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Lil Jon, Da Brat, Remy Ma, Q-Tip
NEW YORK-- Lil Kim joins the line-up of performers at the 3rd annual "VH1 Hip Hop :
Honors",premiering Tuesday, October 17 at 9:00 p.m.*. She will honor MC Lyte with a perform- .
ance of "Lyte As A Rock."
"MC Lyte is at the top of the list when you talk about Hip Hop pioneers. She paved the way -
for myself and many of today's greatest MC's. I'm honored to have the opportunity to show my .
respect and how she influenced me," said Lil Kim in a statement. :.
Hosted by Ice T, "VH1 Hip Hop Honors" pays homage to the hip hop pioneers and luminar- .
ies who transformed the genre into a true cultural phenomenon. The-music and influence of each
of the honorees will be recognized through performances by classic artists in collaboration with .
today's hottest new talent. This year's celebration will honor Ice Cube, Wu-Tang Clan, Afrika
SBambaataa, Russell Simmons, MC Lyte, Rakim, Beastie Boys and Eazy E. With the exception
of Russell Simmons, Afrika Bambaataa and Eazy E, all the honorees are set to take the stage and
showcase their legendary talent, along with Lil Kim, Diddy, Fat Joe, Lil Jon, Da Brat, Xzibit,
Talib Kweli, Remy Ma, Q-Tip, Common, The Roots, George Clinton, Young Jeezy, Erykah Badu
and KRS-One. With appearances by Outkast and Mike Epps. Ahmir "?uestlo\e" Thompson of
the Roots will be this year's musical director. Additional performances and appearances will be
announced shortly. -
Past honorees include Run DMC, Sugarhill Gang, KRS-One, DJ Kool Here, DJ Hollywood, .
Public Enemy, Rock Steady Crew, Tupac Shakur, The Graffiti Movement, LL Cool J, Big Daddy .
Kane, Ice T, Notorious B.I.G., Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five, Salt -N- Pepa. and the
film Boyz N The Hood with performances by Kid Rock, Nas, Anthrax, MC Hammer, Kanye /.
"Wes4, Nelly, T.I., En Vogue, Ludacris, Chic, Doug E. Fresh, Faith Evans, Ciara, The Roots, Pete '
Rock and Biz Markie.' '
Beginning September 15, VSPOT, VH1's broadband channel at http://vspot.vhl.com will
launch a dedicated Hip Hop channel with extensive on-demand music playlists from this year's .f.
"VH1 Hip Hop Honors" honorees. The channel will be programmed with additional content LilKim
throughout September and October and will include honoree profiles and exclusive program-
ming and performances from the on-air broadcast of the showv. A dedicated "VH1 Hip Hop Honors" blog and will launch later this month on
http://www.vhl.com.



Black. White." The Complete Series From Executive Producer Ice Cube
Comes The Ultimate Reality Show, An Explosive And Intriguing
Series Debuted On DVD September 12th From Fox Home Entertainment

CENTURY CITY, Calif.--(From Enunmmy,-winning producer R.J. Cutler(a) ("The War Room") and hip hop leg-
end Ice Cube ("Boyz N The Hood") comes "Black. White." -- the provocative and insightful six-episode docudra-
ma that redefined reality television. Arrived on D\VD September 12 from Fox Home Entertainment, this ground-
breaking series set the nation abuzz when rwo families -- through the use of extensive makeup trade races for six
weeks. :
While three members of the Caucasian Wurgel family appeared black and three members of the African-
American Sparks family appeared white, the ensuing sociological (and cosmetological) experiment was .anything"
but black-and-white, finally answering the question. "What is it like to live in someone else's skin?" Ranking as the
highest-rated unscripted seriesto ever premier on cable, this critically acclaimed show arrives onDVD laden with
extras, including Ice Cube's "Black. White." music video, a behind-the-scenes featurette on "Black. White." make-
up application, audio commentary by producers and cast, an educational DVD-ROM study guide created by
University of California Santa Barbara race relations expert Dr. Howard Winant and much more. The two-disc set
.is available to own for $26.98 US/$37.98 Canada.
What is it like to live in someone else's skin? Find out by watching this fascinating series in which the African-
American Sparks family (Brian, Renee and 16-year-old Nick) trades places with the Caucasian Wurgel family (Bruno, Carmen and 17-year-old
Rose) thanks to an incredible visual transformation created by Hollywood make-up artists. The two families agree to share a home for the duration
Sof a six-week social experiment that will challenge their beliefs and core values in ways they could have never imagined.
Their unscripted experiences are often explosive, always intriguing and ultimately insightful -- resulting in a totally unique cultural perspective
that's anything but black-and-white!


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the victim of a drive-by shooting, no rapper is as
complex, as multifaceted, as challenging. A hand-
some and charismatic actor, a violent felon, a bril-
liant songwriter, a reckless celebrity, a misogynist
and a visionary-- Shakur'still fascinates from the
grave.
'I want to be in the future kno\\ n as somebody,"
Shakur once said. "I Want people,to be talking about
me, like, 'Remember when he was real bad?"' ON AIR PERSONALITIES
They're still talking. Unlike so many other rap
stars, Shakur represented an actual character, instead Shr'rii Rol-rt,
of a caricature. ,l Dtnn
"His messages were really strong and heartfelt.
and he was a real person. He could go from saying |Iv. Ilill Colcin;i:
S'Keep your head' up to using the word b---- in the RI: A lardiu I1ing
next song." Kanve
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no box that he was put in, and he lived apd died by Dan -s
what he said." l
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with bullets as he rode shotgun down a Las Vegas Jcroame Hrumlrnll
street, Shakur has been the subject of numerous
books, film and stage productions have explored his
colorful life, and college courses have dissected his Thi, V ry- e toy 1ji. th Wei d& lhe Mu
songs ranging from the player anthem "I Get
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Robi Reed's Super Star BBQ Bash,
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By Rych McCain
She is well known
throughout the TV and
Film industry as one of
Hollywood's top black
Casting Directors. In
reality, she is one of
Hollywood's top cast-
ing directors period! We
are talking about Robi
Reed. This attractive,
Delta Sigma Theta
soror and Hampton
University alumnus
also has built an
impressive track record
as an actress, producer
and creative consultant.
Over the past four
years, Reed has hosted
an end of the summer
bar-b-cue. This year's
event was a fund raiser
to benefit The Black
Aids Institute.
Without question,
Reed's affair was the
"creme de la cr6me."
When she calls, every-
body responds! The list
of stars from the enter-
tainment/sports and the
civic/political worlds is
much too long to call
names. Let it suffice to
say that all of the major
players were there. The
crowd on the grounds
of Reed's spacious
home was shoulder to,


shoulder at round 2500
guests. The complete
menu of food and drink
never ran out the entire
night. DJ -Nice was "off
the hook" rocking the-
revelers from the booth,
and the Latino Band
"DW3," put ion a
smoking' live show that
kept the dance area
jumping. The sponsors
included Tanqueray and
Crown Royal spirits and
our own "Sweetie Pie of
Publicity," Lisa Sorensen
of LS-PR (a black firm)
and her able assistant
Joseph Babineaux, both
of whom expeditiously
and professionally han-
dled the event's public
relations.
When asked to reflect
on such an electric night,
Reed responded,
"Initially, I started this
party exactly four years
ago to bring people
together. It was a trans-
formation for me in my
life personally and pro-
fessionally. I wanted an
opportunity to have a
good time with my
friends, who I haven't
seen in a long time and
that concept has just
grown into this now
event, where we have


brought on the Black
AIDSltnstitute to benefit
as a charity and an annu-
al festivity where folks
can get together and
enjoy life! Reed is
adamant in her fight
against the AIDS epi-
demic. She turns serious
when she adds, "In addi-
tion to having fun


tonight, it is real life
that we are dealing with
and AIDS awareness is
essential in our commu-
nity. I don't know if it is
ignorance or denial but
it is really key that we
get tested, get treated,
get information and get
really active."
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Whsu In HollSoS


By Rych McCain

Correction:
In my feature with
foxy NHRA race driver
Nicole Lyons, I mistaken-
ly said that Shirley
Muldowney was the first
black female NHRA drag
race driver in 1965. In
actuality; Muldowney is
White and was the first
femal NHRA drag racer.
Lyons is the "first" Black


female drag racer. Hope
you enjoyed reading about
this history making sista
because she is fine, bad and
the real deal. Superstardom
for her is imminent!
TV:.
TV talk show queen,
Ellen DeGeneres will host
the 79th Annual Academy
Awards which will be
broadcast live on ABC-TV,
Sunday, February 25, 2007
from the famed Kodak


Theatre in the Highland &
Hollywood Complex in
Hollywood. This columnist
is on a personal crusade to
see that young actress
KeKe Palmer is in the
house.that night as a final
nominee for Best Lead
Actress for Akeelah and
the Bee. I will also include
actor Forest Whitaker as
Best Lead Actor for his
brilliant portrayal of former
Ugandan dictator, the late


IdiAmin in the powerful,
upcoming Fox
Searchlight movie, Last
King of Scotland. The
Kids' WB! on the CW
2006-2007 Saturday
morning programming
schedule will launch
September 23rd with four
new shows i.e.,
Whassup continued on D-8

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Legendary Dr. Mlaya Angelou to Host Weekly Show on XM's Exclusive 'C


Dr. Angelou Joins
Oprah Winfrey, Bob
Greene, Dr. Alehinet
Oz, Dr Robin Smith,
Marianne Williainson,
Nate Berkus. Jean
Chatz:k' iand Gayle
King in Advance of
September 25 Channel
Launch

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Maya Angelou has
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weekly show for XM's
"Oprah & Friends"
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Radio, the nation's
leading satellite radio


service with more than
seven million sub-
scribers. "Oprah &
Friends" debuts
September 25 on XM
channel 156.
Hailed as one of the
most influential voices
in contemporary liter-
ature, Dr. Angelou
will provide a glimpse
inside her phenomenal
life experiences and
will inspire listeners
with her wisdomom.,
compassion, and
understanding on top-
ics spanning race, sex,
age, and religion.
Having written
countless bestselling
books, including her


autobiography, I
Know Why the Caged
Bird Sings, and the
Pulitzer Prize-nomi-
nated collection of
poetry, Just Give IMe a
Cool Drink of Water
'Fore I Diiie, Dr.
Angelou is one of the
most renowned
authors of our time.
She has moved gener-
ations with her talent
and passion for social
change and is recog-
nized around the
world as a leading
civil rights activist. In
addition, she has writ-
ten, produced, direct-
ed, and starred in pro-
ductions for stage.


film. and television.
She received an
Emmy(R) nomination
for Best Supporting
Actress in- "Roots" in
1977. In 1981, Dr.
Angelou was appoint-
ed to a lifetime posi-.
tion as the first
Reynolds Professor of
.American Studies at
Wake Forest
University. In January
1993, she became only
the second poet in
United States history-
to have the honor of
'writing and reciting
original work at the
Pre s id en t i a;
Inauguration.
Dr. Angelou joins


)prah & Friends'
Oprah Winfrey and"F-
other popular person-
alities Bob Greene.
Dr. Mehmnet Oz, Dr.
Robin Smith,
Marianne Williamson,
Nate Berkus, Jean
Chatzky and Gayleo-
King as on-air hosts
for "Oprah &
Friends." The highly-
anticipated channel
will offer a broad
range of original daily
programming on a
variety of topics
including nutrition-
fitness, health, self
improvement, finance,
home, and current
events.


TV~ INBLC


HIGHLIGHTS
IIEEK OF 09/16/06

TV One
(Jacksonvdlle Comcast
Channel 160)
T-Jeekdaiys -_ -
9 a.m-., "B Smith Style"'
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Sho\time 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"
liednesdays
8:30 p.m. Singletary Says
- "Singletary Says" 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 Joyner,
www.donnarichardson.co
m
411 a.m. "Patti Labelle"
Sundaiys
4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hour pub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.
*Sun.", 9/17, 7:00pm -
Malcolm X Denzel
Washington is Malcolm X
in this 1992 Spike Lee
directed film about the
great civil rights leader.
Angela Basset co-stars as
Malcomr X's wife Dr.
Betty Shabazz and Lee
makes an appearance as
Shorty in the film.
The film chronicles the
life and times of Malcolm
X, borm Malcolm Little,
who experienced the
harshness of racism at an
early age when his father


(a minister) was killed by
the Ku Klux Klan.

Black Family Channel
Daily
Monday Saturday, 5 a.m.
- 8 a.m. & Sunday 5 a.m. -
3 p.m., "'NI-Power
Ministry" .Your daily
dose of power and praise.
Some of the world's most-
dynamic ministers bring
forth the word with bold-
ness including Heritage
Christian Center Pastors
James & Teressa white e of
Jacksonville.
I weekdayss
8:00 p.m., ""Inside
Hollywood"
9:00 p.m., "BFC All
Access"
9:30 p.m., "Spoken" -
Check out an emerging
generation. of the most
prolific poets, spoken
word artists and lyricists.
10:00 p.m., nContrast A
celebrity-focused -enter-
tainment and lifestyle


show.
Mfondmas
8 p.m., Neo Soul Cafe
Presents...Soul Sessions
every Monday night from
Dallas with DJ Frances
Jaye.
Tuesday
3 p.m.. "The Thou$and
Dollar Bee" Fourth and
fifth grade students com-
pete for their chance to
\vin cash and prizes as they
put their spelling and
gramnar skills to the test.
Satirdaiys
6 a.m.. "The Tom Joyner
Skye Show"
7:30 a.m., "Health Corner"
8 a.m., "Jeff Majors"
9:30 -a.m.. "Singletary
Says"
Noon, "TV One Access"
1 p.m., 1:30 p.i., 4 p.m.
4:30 p.m., "Good Times"
5 p.m., 5:30 p.m., "227"

*Tues. 9/19, 5:00pm -
BFC Movie Classic King
Solomon 1 Mines Allan


Quatermain is a fortune
hunter who is convinced
by Jesse 'Huston (Sharon
Stone before she becomes
famous) to help her find
her father, who's been lost
somewhere in the African -
jungle during his last
exploration. This adven-
ture is based in H. Rider
Haggard's classic novel.

BET
JIeekdays
6 a.m., Morning
Inspiration with
Brother Gerard
4 p.m., "The Road-
Show" BET hits the
road to various cities
and college campuses"
across the country. for
a high-energy "Battle
of the Sexes" between
15 young men and
women another for
bragging rights aand
TV IN BLACK continued on D-7


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5 p.m., "Rap City"
11 p.m, "In Living
Color"
Monday-Friday -6 p.m
& Saturday 3 p.m. 4
p.m., "106 & Park"
Tuesday & Fridays,
10 p.m., "Comic View"
- BET's primetime
comedy hit flips the
script with side-split-
ting blasts from the
past mixed in with
some of today's funni-
est jokesters.
Thursday, 9 p.m.,
"College Hill"


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Whassup onnnutd Jfrom D- i
"Superman," "Legion of
Super Heroes," "Shaggy
& Scooby-Doo Get a
Clue," "Tom and Jerry
Tales" and "Monster
Allergy," based upon the
.international best-selling
comic book series of the
- ame name. Also, kicking
off the new season with
back-to-back episodes is
"Krypto- the Superdog."
Last year's regulars to
return are "Batman,"
"Loonatics Unleashed,"
"Xiaolin Showdown" and
"Johnny Test."
Music:
IGA (Interscope,
Geffen, A&M Records) Rap


Department headed by our
main man Kevin Black
recently hosted a listening
party for multi-platinum,
award winning rap icon.
Snoop Dogg. His eighth
solo LP, "The Blue Carpet
Treatment," will drop in
November-. on his
Doggystyle/Geffen label.
This project features.
Snoop's return to the
streets and sounds that
made him a household
name with his 1992 debut
on. Dr. Dre's smash hit
"Deep ,Cover" on the certi-
fied classic albumd "The
Chronic." The premier sin-
gle, produced by Pharrell,
titled "Vato." The Vato


video features Crpress
Hill's B Real, Kid Frost
and Oscar nominated actor
Edward James Olmos.
Other producers include
Dr. Dre, Timbaland and
Rick Rock with special
guest performances were
turned in by Stevie Wonder,
Ice Cube, The Game,
Brand R. Kelley and MC
Eight This is rumored to
be Snoop's most anticipat-
ed album yet.
Movies:
The Black Dahlia;
U n i v e :r s. al
Pictures/Sigria ture
P i c t u r e .s / N u
Image/Millennium Films.
Starring ,Josh Hartnett,


Scarlett Johansson, Hilarly
Swank, Aaron Eckhart and
Mia Kirshner. Directed by
Brian DePalmer. Produced
by Debra Grieco Bergman,
Danny Dimbort and Trevor
Short. This film evolves
around the. true gruesome
murder of actress Betty
Ann Short in Los Angeles
in 1947. The murder has
never been solved. The
movie version is not what
actually happened in real
life and can be confusing in
parts.
The two cops assigned
to the case i.e., Bucky
Bleichert (Hartnett) and
Lee Blanchard (Eckhart)
take the viewers through a


never ending maze of
"what-else-can-go-wrong."
Bucky gets hung. up
between his partner's
woman Kay (Johansson)
and one of the murder sus-
pects Madeleine (Swank).
Of course he bed hops with
both while trying to fit all
of the odd shaped pieces
together. This film has a
weird feel at a hard to fol-
low pace. Some scenes are
grizzly and the action is
very limited. If this film
were a TV movie, you
might change the channel
halfway through.
Hit me with an e-mail,
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Mayor Peyton Proclaim September 16 As 'Walk To Strengthen


Families Day'In Conjunction With The Citywide Project SOS Walk


Shown here are Dalton John, Dr.
Mayor John Peyton.


Pam Mullarkey, Dave Widell, Charley Christie, and


JACKSONVILLE, FL:
To help raise awareness for
the Project SOS "Walk to
Strengthen Families Day",
Mayor John Peyton issued a
proclamation on September
12, to declare September 16
as "Walk to Strengthen
Families Day" in
Jacksonville.
The "Walk to Strengthen
Families" is an all day event
being held at the
Jacksonville Beach Pavilion
starting at 10:00 a.m. and
culminating with a one-hour
concert by nationally
renowned singing artist,
Nikki Leonti.
Families will be enter-
tained by local celebrities
Staci Spanos (Channel 4),
Dave Widell (former
Jaguar), Sean Yost (from the


TV program "Ultimate
Choice") and the talented
Project SOS Staff.
For registered walkers
there will be gifts, t-shirts,
games and lunch provided.
Walkers may also regis-
ter the day of the event for
$20.00. The walk will be a
"friendly" distance of one,
mile along the beach where
families and individuals can
enjoy the beauty of our First
Coast.
Project SOS,
(Strengthening Our
Students) is a non-profit
organization that has served
Jacksonville families for the
past thirteen (13). years.
SOS is committed to assist-
ing our youth to make "Best
Choices" toward choosing to
refrain from pre-marital sex,


drugs, alcohol, abusive rela-
tionships and suicide.
Project SOS also provides
parents with educational
materials and resources to
help their students reduce
high-risk behaviors.

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Auntie Roz Knows How To Throw A Party!


To celebrate her 60th Birthday, Roslyn Burrough, who is
known to hundreds of children and their parents, as Auntie
Roz, pulled off another of her fabulous events.
Her yard was transformed into a Paris Caf6' equipped
with live entertainment and the best food this side of the St.
Johns.
Roslyn's expansive and beautiful backyard was a perfect-
ly lovely outdoor setting for this One of a Kind Birthday
Bash. Roslyn has a special talent for involving others in her
imaginative ideas and creations. This time, even Mother
Nature gave in to her wishes by providing a beautiful sum-
mer evening, under a canopy of stately trees.
There were some one hundred gatherers, chefs, diners,'
hosts, hostesses and helpers, none of whom had ever been
invited to share in such an experience.
Tw\elve local chefs were invited to come and prepare one
or more of their culinary specialties for sampling by special
guests. Among the delicious offerings was Jollof Rice, Soul
Food Medley. BBQ Ribs and Chicken, Grilled Chicken
Breasts and w ings. Roslyn's own Crab Casserole.
Walter Mattingly of Mardi Gras Grill who prepared
'Jambalaya Grits', expressed his delight at being invited, and
looks forward to coming back again.
"Michael and I were so happy to table hop all around
Roz's lawn. We started the evening with Chef Israel Kite
who set the table with beautiful blue and white porcelain
place settings. We had silverware and crystal goblets with
blue stemware. We ate as though it was our last supper The
main entrees were Chicken Marbella with succulent dried
plums and crab casserole, ginger green beans, carrot souffle
like I've never had it before, rice pilaf, monkey bread and


topped off with a Million Dollar Pound Cake," said Marsha
Dean Phelps.
It was an epicurean feast at that table and everywhere we
looked. Schoolmates from as far back as the 1950s stopped
by to sample his wares and chat with guests. Guest, who
were already full, waddled over to Chefs Ron and Barbara
Breaker's table. .
Phelps said the Breakers served a Low Country Boil and
they know how to meld the succulent flavors of delicate
crustaceans ith corn and potatoes and sausages, etc. "
"It was just perfect. This was dished up in large individ-
ual aluminum serving pans. I should be ashamed to admit
that we stopped by Chef Dee Shaw's Children's Station
where we sampled the macaroni and cheese, honey barbe-
cued chicken wings, cornbread and potato salad, but we did.
By the time we recognized Chef Mattingly's Mardi Gras
Grill Station and the eight other stops we were too pooped
and ready to pop," added Phelps who writes for The Florida
Star.
NModels presented designs by Brenda Brunson Bey of
New York City. As a finale, a jazz number from Auntie Roz
honored us. A Silent Auction was held t6 raise monies for
theAuntie Roz Youth Production Company. Beautiful art
work, hand beaded necklace and hand painted African mate-
rial was some of the items available.
Hostesses included young people that have worked with
Auntie Roz in her "Peanut Show" and other various projects.
"Roz knows how to throw a party, art, live music,
dancers, models, designers, just everything for a stellar night
with friends for life. God's magic wand show's through
Roz's spirit,' said Phelps.


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

Dear Deanna
I'm a Christian and I thought I was happily married. I think
my husband may be having an affair with my cousin. He
hasn't displayed any signs of cheating nor has his behavior
changed. I looked at his cell phone bill and see that he's
been calling my cousin on a more than regular basis. It
pushed me over the edge when I came home late one night :;
and found him at my cousin's house eating pizza and
watching movies. Is there something going on or am I insecure?
Worried Christian Natchez, MS

Dear Worried:
It's amazing that as a Christian you have the Word, but run when the world slaps
you with a test of faith. Your husband doesn't need to call your cousin or any
woman unless it's business. He should also be home late at night. Yes something
is going on if you didn't know where he was and found him at your cousin's house.
Share your concerns and suspicions with your husband, suggest a few rules concern-
ing your cousin and keep it moving.

Dear Deanna!
I am over 40 and look very good for my age. I date younger men, love younger
men and prefer intimacy with younger men. My daughter who is 20 years old is
jealous of me and at times, we've competed for the same love interests. She's not
speaking to.me now because her boyfriend left her and now he wants to date me,
My daughter is important but she can't control my love life. Should I just let this
young man go to make her happy or keep him?
Good Looking Mom Los Angeles, CA

Dear Good Looking:
You may look good for your age, but there's nothing cute about scooping up your
daughter's leftovers. She's right to be upset and no man should make you this fool-
ish to not understand her feelings. You've obviously mistaken her embarrassment
forjealousy. You need to grow up and be the parent in this relationship and put your
daughter's concerns before any man. In other words, don't be nasty going behind
your daughter and you need to choose her instead of her boyfriend.

Dear Deanna!
I want to have a baby but my boyfriend is against it. He wants to wait until we get
married but he has no plans to propose soon. He has threatened that he will leave
me if I trick him and come up pregnant. My clock is ticking and I want a baby
before I get too old. I don't understand what the problem is and I am willing to end
this relationship if things don't change soon. How do I express the seriousness of
this baby issue with my boyfriend?'
Tanisha Jacksonville, FL

Dear Tanisha:
Your relationship is missing the word marriage, your boyfriend doesn't have the
title of husband and going ahead with your baby plan equals ignorance. Your
boyfriend should realize he can't be tricked into pregnancy if he protects himself
especially if your little clock is ticking. If he hasn't proposed on his own will, preg-
nancy won't change his intent or urgency. Face it, he's not interested in a baby or
marriage right now and you can either love it or leave it.

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Email: askdeannal@yahoo.com or write:
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Health disparities affect all African-Americans, and the
lack of studies focused on African Americans causes a
lack of understanding of how illnesses affect minorities.

Additionally, veterans are further denied help because the
Department of Defense will use national security to deny
information that might help save lives for those exposed.
to chemicals that might not have any affect on the human
body years or decades down the road.

One example of this is Agent Orange. Between 1962 and
1971 In fact, the U.S. Air Force sprayed approximately
107 million pounds of herbicides in South Vietnam for the
purpose of defoliation and crop destruction.

Initially, the Department of Defense (DOD) maintained that only a limited number of U.S.
military personnel, such as those operating aircraft or troops engaged in herbicide spraying,
could be positively linked to Agent Orange exposure. However, in 1979, the GAO report-
ed that ground troops had also been exposed to Agent Orange, and the DOD was forced to
reconsider its prior statements.

Prior to 1981, veterans who complained of Agent Orange-related illnesses were at the low-
est priority for treatment at Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical facilities because
these conditions were not considered "service-connected." The 1981 Veterans' Health Care,
Training and Small Business Loan Act elevated Vietnam veterans' priority status for health
care at VA facilities by recognizing a veteran's own report of exposure as sufficient proof to
receive medical care unless there was evidence to the contrary.

It is this policy that began to transform the VA into the receptive medical treatment facility
it is evolving into today. When doctors start listening to patients and understanding that
cures do not;come from Washington but from people working in the trenches, we can begin
to reduce the disparities evident to both minorities and veterans.


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.-AlOlnlll .'nllie'il. rnlc 'lle '. lhapp nllng%. land c niinunari
events schedule i in ,cks:on dllt and ithe surr i,nd, in a rea
STATE CONFERENCE-Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
Inc. will hold its 2007 State Conference in
Jacksonville January 19-21. The conference \1ill be
hosted by Nu Beta Sigma, Gamma PI. and Beta Beta
Kappa. For more information write sigmas-
tate2007('7bellsouth.net
BACK IN THE DAY HOP-A Back In The Day Sock
Hop will be held Sunday. September 17. at the
American Legion Post 197. 2179 Benedict Rd. Doors
open at 5:00 p.m. All proceeds wil benefit the chil-
dren and Nouth programs of American Legion Post
197.
LADIES NIGHT OUT-Greater New Mt. Nloriah
Missionary Baptist Church, 1953 West 9th St.. in\ ites
the public to Ladies Night Out on September 24 at
4:00 p.m. Special guest inciide Minister A. Renita
Allen and The Church Fellowship (Speaker), Minister
Angie Tompkins of The Santuary at Mt. Cal ary, and
Minister Sandra Phillips of The Santuary at Mit.
Calvary. Re\. Dr. Percy Jackson. Sr. & Jr., Pastors.
FLORIDA BLACK EXPO-Thomas-McCants Media
Inc., publisher of the Black Pages USA. State Fann
and Winn-Dixie will host the 5th annual Florida Black
Expo on September 30. from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
at the Prime Osbor Convention Center. Florida Black
Expo 2006 is an event that will be held in
Jacksonville, FL featuring over 200 exhibitors and
attracting more than 20.000 visitors. The theme this
year is "Empowering Women." This is a family-ori-
ented presentation that exposes the community to
business opportunities and cultural resources. This
year's Florida Black Expo 2006 will include semi-
narsworkshops. a health fair. vendors, national guest
speaker, national recording artists, local entertain-
ment, youth acti\ ities and food vendors. For tickets to
the Florida Black Expo call: (904) 727-7451 or (800)
419-2417. Ages 5 to 17 and children 5 and tnder get
in free. Parking is also available at no cost.
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR CHIL-
DREN- The Jacksonville Chapter of the Florida
Association of Mortgage Brokers (FAMB) will hosts.
its 31st Annual Fundraiser and Charitv Golf Outing on
Wednesday. September 20, at Eagle Harbor Golf Club
in Orange Park, Florida. Proceeds of this year's annu-
al event will be used to assist "daniel," the State of
Flonda's oldest organization providing quality servic-
es for area youths and families. Registration for this
event will begin at 8:00 a.m. and a shotgun start \\ill
begin promptly at 9 a.m. Golf and lunch are available.
For more information on registering for the FAVMB
Jacksonville Chapter's 31st Annual Fundraiser and
Charity Golf Outing, please contact Valerie Saunders
at 904-992-0785;
ANNUAL REUNION CELEBRATION-Plans are
being made for the January 6, 2007 Matthew W.
Gilbert High School 9th Annual Reunion Celebration.
Two representatives from each class 1952-1970 are
asked to become involved. A meeting will be held
every other Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at Matthew
W.Gilbert Middle School. For additional information
contact Almeyta J. Lodi (904) 355-7583 or Vivian W.
Williams at (904) 766-2885.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY-The Ribault graduating Class
of 1974 will host a 50th Birthday Celebration on
September 16, 7;00 p.m.-until, at Arielle's. 7707
Arlington Expressway Attire is dressy casual. For
cost and reservations (ASAP) contact Aundrea
McDaniel (McClinton) at (904) 765-6041, Carolyn'
Sutton at (904) 764-4291, Janet Simon at (9040 696-
2034. or Carl Porter at (904) 673-5066.


Councilwoman Glorious Johnson And Boselli

Foundation Team Up For Youth Life Learning

Center At Simonds-Johnson Park


Glorious Johnson Tony Boselli


Jackson% ille City Council Member Glorious Johnson (At-
Large, Group 5> and former Jaguar great Ton. Boselll's founda-
tion are teaming up to establish a youth Life Learning Center at
Sunonds-Johnson Park and Communit Center. 3730)l oncnef
Rd.
The Youth Life Learning Center will provide academic
enrichment, character development, educational resources and


family.'conmunity involvement activities with the goals of
improving academic readiness and performance, providing a
source of positive activities and role models for youth, and
tmpro mng community pride and spirit.
For se% eral months Boselli and Counctmember Johnson have
been meeting to discuss ways of improving the prospects for
young people in Jacksonville, particularly through targeted
investments in programs that will encourage and enable youth to
live more positive. productive, successful lives, and the Youth
Life Learning Center is the result of these conversations.
The Youth Life Learning Center (YLLC) will be an affiliate
of smnular -LLCs established by former NFL star Darrell
Green's Youth Life Foundation in Washington. D.C., Virginia,
North Carolina and Tennessee.
Since his retirement from football, Darrell Green has devot-
ed his time and resources to supporting and advocating for
Amenca's children. particularly through his support of quality
after-school and summer programs for youth.
The Jackson\ille YLLC will be a.partnership between the
City and the Tons Boselli Foundation, and is located in one of
Jacksonville's two Seeds of Change: Growing Great
Neighborhoods pilot areas in Gwen Yates' City Council District
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DCHD Offers Free Health Awareness Series


The Duval County Health
Department's Communitv
Nutrition Services Division
has partnered with the Du\al
County School System's
Community Education pro-
gram at Stanton College
Preparatory School to provide
a series of free Health
Aw areness classes.
These classes will be held
from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on
Wednesday. beginning
September 13. 2006 and end-
ing December 13. 2006.
Anyone who is interested
in learrung more about stroke.


heart attack. hypertension.
diabetes, nutrition, smoking
cessation, and physical actili-
t. is in\ cited to attend one or all
of these classes.
The Stanton Community
Education program is located
at 11-9 W. 13th St.
.Because limited seating is
available for these classes.
please call Darlene Melvin at
630-6760. extension 102 for
information on registering to
attend these classes.
The following topics will
be presented on.
Heart Attack. Signs and


Symptoms September 20
Hypertension: II Runs m
My Family Sept.ember 27
Know Your Numbers
October 4
Overview of Diabetes
October 11
Understanding Nutrition
October 18
Healthy Heart Foods
October 25
Walking for Fun and
Fitness! November I
NMy Weight: Body Mass
Index November. 8
No Class Nov.ember 22
Moving Against Smoking:


Keepmg it Real Nov.ember
29
10,000 Steps. December
6
Portion Control and
Meeting My Goal
December 13
To schedule one or all
these free health awareness
classes at your location, please
call Ms. Bealyer at 630-3337,
extension 3.
The mission of the Duval
County Health Department is
to continually improve the
health and environment of
people and the community.


JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY PROGRAMS SEPTEMBER 15 TO SEPTEMBER 30

Argyle Branch
*Wack-y Wednesday Wednesday. September 20 ,'1 3 00 p.m Join us for an hour filled with fun and ncack movies. stories or crafts.
Beaches Branch
-Classic Nloie Nlonday. September 25 (. 5-30 7 45 p m. If~ you're a classic mole fan. come. kick back. and enjoy.
Brentnood Branch
-Choose Caring Over Conflict Thursday. September 21 .1'' 3.30 p.m. Children's program designed to promote Respect and Self Control.
Brown Eastside Branch
-Teen Poetrm Jam Thursday, September 21 i'h 3 00 p.m Share your favorite poems Ages 12-18.
Main Library
lMother Daughter Book Group Tuesday. September 19 ,i. 7.00 p.m. Girls 6-12 and their mothers. grandmothers, aunts, mentors. etc are invited to share
conversations. Call 630-2417 to find out the monthly) book.
Books Ahlie! Jacksonville Film Fesnial. Saturday. September 16 I' 2-30 p.m. Come and spend an afternoon at the movies with,Books Alive! a
screening senes from the Jacksonville Film Festival in partnership with the Jackson.ille Public Library featuring films -created from children's litera-
ture. Read the books & watch the movies September film "Island of the Blue Dolphins"
-Storybook Theater: The Ink Dnnker Saturday, September 30 i': 2-00 p.m. One bite from an ink-drinkmg vampire unleashes a boy's appetite for books!
-Sunday Concerts at the Main Library. September 17 ii' 2-30 p.m. Come and spend the afternoon listening to the Duo Pianists-Sandra Stewart and Vera
Watson for our first Fall Concert. Concerts will be held in the Main Auditorium and is free and open to the public.
Mandarin Branch
-What's Up Wednesdays Wednesday. September 20 iie 2 30 p.m Ages 5 & up.
-Mother Daughter Book Club Thursday. September 28 io' 6 30 p m Check in the Children's Department for Monthly Selections. Grades 4-6.
lMalxille Branch
Teen Anime Club Saturday. September 30) i- 4 30 p m. Join us for all things Anime!
Pablo Creek Regional Branch
-Children's Book Club Tuesday, September 19 i', 5 15 pm For ages 8-11 Grades 3-5. Featured book: Shiloh by Phyllis Naylor.
Teen Anime Club Saturday, September 16 i i 3 00 p.m. Do you like anime and manga? Ifyou do, join us and watch anime videos and share your
manga drawings. Ages 13-18
Teen Music Club Monday. September 25 rii 6.00 p m Bnng your favorite CD's to the library and share them with your friends. Discuss new artists
and their music. PLEASE NO EXPLICIT LYRICS' Ages 12 and up.
:Painting Techniques Tuesday. September 19 ,.:' 6 30 7:30 p.m. Learn how to create beaunful rooms with different painting techniques. Brought
to us by Lowe's Home Improvement. Call 992-7101 to register
SRegency Square Branch
SAnime Club for Teens Saturday. September 23 ia' 3.00 5 00 p.m. Do you love anime and manga? Anime episodes, games and more! Ages 12-18.
South Mandarin Branch
-Board Game Battle Mondays. September 18 & 25 i'@ 6:30 p.m Ages 3-12.
-Why Not Wednesday Wednesday, September 20 ii'. 2:30 p.m


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American Voices in Congress, www.avoiceonline.org, is the product of a collaborative partnership among-CBCF, The University of Texas at Austin, Howard University
and Dell. The online educational portal provides a central source of information about historical and contemporary African-American policy issues important to many
Americans, and of particular interest to researchers, educators and students.
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will continue to support it with technology that can enrich the site content."
Avoice offers a unique collection of original Congressional and political papers from African-American legislators. Initial content also includes exhibits on the Voting
Rights Act, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Holiday Bill, the anti-apartheid movement and a history of the Congressional Black Caucus.
The CBCF's Annual Legislative Conference provides a national forum to develop strategies and solutions to public policy issues facing Black America. "It is most
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Black 9/11 Survivor Authors New Book -

Between Heaven and Ground Zero

As a survivor who escaped the crumbling Twin Towers on 9/11, Leslie Haskin bravely
relives the events of that horrible day to share her amazing story of hope and healing.













SAuthor Leslie Haskini

DallaslFort Worth, TX (BlackNews.com) As someone who was working in the World
Trade Center's Tower One on the morning of September 11, 2001, Leslie Haskin will
never forget the soul-searing images she witnessed or the horror she and so many others
endured during her long, panic-driven odyssey toward escape on that black day. In
Between Heaven and Ground Zero (Bethany House Publishers, August 2006), she shares
what really happened to those who struggled to find their way out of the quickly closing
doors of the tomb that was the doomed North Tower.
With courageous, laid-bare vulnerability and painfully honest openness, Leslie reveals the
details of her meteoric rise up the corporate ladder from a small brokerage firm in New
York to become one of only two African American operations directors for one of the
largest insurance companies in the country. Her love of the corporate life, the jet set, the
bright lights of New York and all the glamour of the Big Apple was bolstered by the perks,
prestige and power that her titles and corner office in Tower One of the World Trade
Center afforded. Everything was going her way-until it all came crashing down around her
on 9/11.
Between Heaven and Ground Zero discloses the harrowing details of Leslie's long jour-
ney toward freedom after the plane hit her building. Down flight after flight of stairs in an
almost mindless effort to reach some kind of safety, she struggled through the stench of
pouring-down jet fuel and chemicals, rusted metal and raging fires, past a decapitated
man and dozens of other dead and dying victims of the attack. In the midst of the bloody,
horrible carnage, she found herself calling out to God, a childhood friend long ago forgot-
ten amid the pride of her new life. He heard her and delivered her from the collapsing
inferno.

Suffering from severe Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Leslie eventually lost her home,
her career and her life savings. But with faith and medical help, she has emerged from
the symptoms of her illness to shine as a remarkable testimony to the enduring legacy of
hope. Between Heaven and Ground Zero is an unforgettable tale, steeped not in sorrow,
but in the overwhelming power of the human spirit to emerge victorious from even the,
most devastating tragedy.

BOOK EXCERPT:- "There was a woman, burned to the bone...I could actually see the,
ivory marrow. We tried not to stare, but as she passed down the stairwell, tears rolled and
mouths fell open. The burned woman trembled uncontrollably. What was left of her flesh
looked like it had been boiled and it was actually slipping off her body, just hanging there,
loose. In total shock, her arms were stiff and stretched out in front of her as if she were
imitating a sleepwalker and she never looked at a soul." -
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LEFT FRAME: Dallas Cowboys quarterback Drew Bledsoe (#11 in blue) tries to launch a pass while under pressure from the Jaguars defense. RIGHT FRAME: Jaguars run-
ningback Fred Taylor (#28 in white) eludes Dallas defenders on his way to scoring a touchdown. (PHOTO BY LAURENCE GREENE)


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Jaguars safety deon Grant (#37 in white) tackles Dallas
wide receiver terrell Owens (#81 in blue). (PHOTO BY LAU-
RENCE GREENE)


Jaguars fan Eugene Lindsey, Jr., who appeals ina winn-
Dixie commercial with Jaguars caoch Jack Del Rio,
enjoys the Jaguars' comeback against the Cowboys.
(PHOTO BY LAURENCE GREENE)


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TOP FRAME: Jaguars wide receiver Matt Jones (#18 in
white) catches a pass from Byron Leftwich for positive
yards. BOTTOM FRAME: Wide receiver Ernest Wilford
(#19-in white) puts a move on Cowboys cornerback
Anthony Henry (#42 in blue)(PHOTO BY LAURENCE GREENE)


Jaguars Ready For Steelers After Win Over Dallas


Byron Leftwich threw a touchdown pass and ran for
a score, Fred Taylor had 115 combined yards and the
Jacksonville Jaguars spoiled O\wens' much-anticipated
Dallas debut with a 24-17 win Sunday, September in
Altell Stadium.
"I was hoping he wouldn't even score a touchdown,"
said Taylor, who also had a 3-yard TD run with 3:13 to
play. :
Terell Owens made his presence felt.He finished
with six receptions for 80 yards and a score, but the
Jaguars held him without a catch through much of the
second half. Still. Owens keyed all three of Dallas'
scoring drives, including a 21-yard TD reception with-
1:54 to play that cut the lead the 24-17.
Jackson\ille recovered the onside kick and was
forced to punt. The Cowboys got the ball back with 51
seconds to play. but Dre\ Bledsoe's third-down.pass


was intercepted by linebacker Mike Peterson.
It was Bledsoe's third interception of the game and
gave the Jaguars their ninth opening-day win in 12 sea-
sons.
SThe Jaguars adjusted to the Cowboys' offensive
game plan and and held Owens -to just two catches in
the second half while putting constant pressure on
Bledsoe, who threw two. interceptions in the fourth
quarter.
"He was not about to run out there on my Jaguar,"
defensive tackle John Henderson said, referring to
Owens' famed pose on the Dallas star when he played
with San Francisco.
SJags DE Reggie Haw \ard tore his left Achilles' ten-
don and das lost for the season. ... The Jags looked like
they had little trouble replacing five-time Pro Bowl
receiver Jinmm Smith. Matt Jones caught five passes


for 71 yards. Reggie Williams had six receptions for 47
yards. Ernest Wilford caught three passes for 58 yards.
Dallas had nine penalties for 93 yards.
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Reggie Hayward
suffered a ruptured left Achilles tendon in his team's
season-opening victory and will miss the remainder of
the season.
The Jaguars host defending Super Bowl champion
Pittsburgh.in a Minday Night game on September 18 in
Jacksonville.
"I'm looking forward to it," Jags cornerback
Rashean Mathis said. "It's my first game on Monday
night. I can't wait. I don't know if I can get any more
excited about playing, but it will be cool to play with,
everybody watching." added Mathis whose second-
quarter interception turned the momentum in the game,
as it led to a Jaguars touchdo\ n just before the half.


EWC Looks To Bounce Back Against Shaw In Gary Classic After Road Loss


.PRAIRIE VIEW,
Texas- The Prairie View
Panthers (1-1, 0-1 SWAC)
ended a 19 year Thutout
drought as they held the
Edward Waters Tigers (0-
3) scoreless in a much
needed win. The Panthers
looked to fine tune their
execution on both sides of
the ball in preparation for
next. week's, showdown
against the Southern
Jaguars.
PVAMU scored first
and often in the rout led
by its ground;gain which
accounted for 321 of its
475 total offensive yards.
Kerry Wilson broke open
the scoreless tie with.. a
59-yard touchdown n scam-
per. The extra-point was
successful giving Prairie
View a 7-0 advantage at
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the 10:23 mark of the fit
quarter. 1
The Panthers went oh
to score four additional
rushing touchdowns. Red
shirt freshmen Calvin
Harris scored on.a 10-
yard burst at the 2:51
mark of the first quarter
followed by sophomore
Arnell Fontenot's touch-
down run from five yards
out wvith 6:18 remaining
before the half. Both
scores padded the
Panthers advantage as
Prairie View took a 19-0
lead into intermission.
In the third quarter
Prairie View's special:
teams unit provided the
second half scoring spark
as senior Cameron
Thibodeux recovered a
blocked punt in the end


zone to increase
PVAMU's advantage to
25-0.
Prairie View Would'
subsequently tack on two
additional scores on a pair
of freshmen Anthony


Weeded touchdown runs
from fourteen and two
yards out at the 9:51 and
7:38 marks of the fourth
quarter respectively.
The shutout was
Prairie View's first since


a 20-0 win over
Mississippi Valley State
in 1987.
For the game, Prairie
View amassed a total of
475 yards (321 R, 154 P)
while Edward Waters


mustered 31 yards (-35 R,
66 P).
EWC Plays Shaw
University in jacksonville
on Saturday, September,
5:00 p.m. in the Willie E.
Gary Classic.


BLACK COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES


September 07
Lane 48, Morehouse 31 Final >.Stats

September 09
Alabama A&M 30, Grambling. State 27 -Albany State 21,
Kentucky State 7 -Arkansas Tech 33, Texas College 21 -
Arkansas-Pine Bluff 42, Alcorn State 14 -
Benedict 27, Clark Atlanta 18 -
Bethune-Cookman 55, Savannah State 6 -
Bowie State 14, Johnson C. Smith 13 -
Carson Newman 41, Shaw 7 -
Catawba 35, Livingstone 6 -
Delaware State 63, St. Francis (Pa.) 28 -
Elizabeth City State 12, Charleston (WV) 7 -
Hampton 46, Howard 7 Final >
Indiana (PA) 33, Cheyney 6 -
Miami 51, Fldida A&M10 -


Miles 31, Tuskegee 20 -
Monmouth 26, Morgan State 9 -
NC Central 38, Lenoir-Rhyne 16 -
Norfolk State 32, Virginia Military Institute 19 -
Prairie View A&M 37, Edward Waters 0 -
Presbyterian 7, Fayetteville State 6 -
SC State 35, Winston-Salem State 6 -
Saint Augustine's 21, Virginia State 14 -
Saint Paul's 36, George Mason 0 -
Southern 31, Miss Valley State 14 -
Stillman 32, Concordia 13 -
Tennessee State 25, Murray State 15 -
Texas Southern 10, Alabama State 9 -
Valdosta State 31, Fort Valley State 3 -
Virginia Union 27, West Va Wesleyan 10 -
West Virginia State 16, Lincoln (MO) 0 -
Western New Mexico 19, Paul Quinn 12 -


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Aries (March 21 -
April 19) The week calls
for fun, play, and
focused mental
and physical exer-
tion. Either you or
another will pull together
the courage to issue an invi-
tation for a date. Those with
children will be spending
time focused on their needs
and activities. You may be
tempted to gamble now, but
it's a bad idea. This week
lucky numbers are: 5, 9, 15,
23,27.
Taurus (April 20 -
May 21) You have a desire
to beautify your surround-
ings and now is the time for
it. If finances are an issue,
leave credit cards
at home while
shopping.
Romance and
social life is
favored. If you encounter an
issue in which your heart
says one thing and your
mind another, set the deci-
sion aside a few days. This
week lucky numbers are: 2,
24, 30, 32, 38.
Gemini (May 21 -
June; 21) There may be
problems with
vehicles or com-
munications
instruments at this
time. Double check every-
thing if you are traveling or
repairing things. Otherwise
you may have to do it twice.
Messages can be confusing.
Romance 'is favored. This
week lucky numbers are: 3,
9, 7, 23, 29,
Cancer June 21- July
22) This is a fine time to
organize and plan for the
future. Your attitude may be
Fairly serious
Because you
y know the things
you do now will
affect you for quite a time to
come: If you encounter a
decision that juxtaposes'
your heart and mind, set it
aside, until a better time.
This. week lucky numbers
are: 8, 12. 14. 20, 32.
Leo (July 23 August
22) You may be talking
S more this week than you
.have in a month. Take care
to listen carefully
to the other, lest
you be misunder-
stood. It may be
difficult to elicit comment
from your partner or signifi-
cant other, who seems to be
evasive or invisible at pres-
ent. Aspects favor travel and
education. This week lucky
numbers are: 15, 23, 27, 33,
35.
:Virgo (August 23 -
September 22)You may.
have to0 move
:'-il quickly to dodge
I gossip and angry
S____ rhetoric being
tossed around you. It is your
job to be supportive to those
in charge, while maintaining
positive energy among your
peers. Be still and remain in
the background. Do not con-
tribute to the fray. This
week lucky numbers are: 2,:
S8, 32, 38, 42.
Libra (September 23
-October 23)A11 your new
aspects are good
ones this week.
Travel, education,.
social ,life,
romance, activities involv-
ing the law and/or the inter-


net all yield "go" signals.
This is is another favorable
Seek fora vacation. Venus.
Sour, ruling planet, is taking
, life easy for a time this
month.. .
SThis week lucky num-


bers are: 3, 17, 23, 27, 33.
Scorpio (October 24
- November 21) This is a
good time to let
others know
about your best
qualities. Tasteful
self-promotion is
in order .here.
Communications of all
kinds are punctuated,
including those which edu-
cate yourself or others.
Career or work. activity, is
unusually busy and requires
you. be at your best. This
week lucky numbers are: 8,
12, 14, 18, 60.
S ag i t a r i u s
(November 22 -
December 21) Archers,
D pay particular
attention to the
lead paragraph.
This is a time
when you may be tempted to
gamble on fog and pink
clouds. Forward motion is
halted for the present while
you wait for better times to
come. Keep the faith.
Change is inevitable and
always follows stagnation.
This week lucky numbers
are:, 3, 9, 15,27, 35.
C a p r i c o r n
(December 22 January
You and
another are dili-
gently working
out a plan that [
will take you up the career
ladder eventually.
Meanwhile it is important to
concentrate and think care-
filly about just what you
want to build and how best
to accomplish it. Take a little
time to laugh, too. Not
.e-erything must'be so seri-
ous. This time is all about
finances or values, and get-
ting what means the most to
you in life. Depending on
your age and situation, you
will see the results of joiit
ventures entered into about
fourteen years ago now
come to fruition.
Alternatively. what you
yourself enter into now will
prose \ery successful and
enable you to retire or expe-
rience other gains in four-
teen years. This week lucky'
numbers are: 2, 18. 20. 32,
50.
Aquarius' (January
20 -February 19th). Do
your best to be direct, clear
and to the point in
all your discus-
S sions with partner
and others this
week. If ever things could
become confused, this is the
time. Activities involving
loans, debts, inheritance, or
insurance payments are
delayed. but not canceled.
The planetary I tendency
shows that at the beginning
of this month you will be
wondering what you are
going to do with your life.
Don't be so afraid! By mid-
month you will know exact-
ly in which direction you are
heading. Don't pressure sit--
uations too much. What's
meant to be for you will hap-
pen. By the end of this
month your opportunities
will be shining through; you.
just have to make up your
inind about what: you want
to do. You will be charming
and full of positive energy
now. This week lucky num-.
1bers are: 3, 5, 17, 29, 47,.


Pisces (February 19 -
March 20) Check and dou-
ble check all
I I communications
-I t I this week because
SI Imisunderstand-
ings are probable. You'are in
one of those not-quite-here


states of mind and would
prefer day dreaming to
almost any other activity.
You and partner may be
operating from different
planes right now. Let it be.
Try to balance all of your
duties with taking care of
- yourself too, or an old health
-issue may rise to the surface
once again. Don't push
yourself too hard or you will
end up exhausted. "Balance"
is your key word this month.


DALLAS A former city
official who is under imnesti-
gation inan FBI comip-
tion probe was arrested for
public intoxication after
claiming he was robbed by
naked and scantily clad attack-
ers at a male stnp club. author-
ities said.
Police arrested D'Angelo
Lee early Sunday outside Club
Knubian Fantaciez, a dance
club that becomes an all-nude
male revue after midnight.
Police said he told them he
\was attacked by three men.
one naked and another in only
a towel.
Lee told police the men
threw him out of the club.


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With the Moon in your sign,
you feel emotional and inse-
cure. With Saturn still in
your sign, you feel a sense
of heaviness. With the Moon
aspecting the transforma-
tional energy of Pluto, you
will feel the stress of these
evolving times very strong-
ly. Jupiter however brings
good news about finances.
This week lucky num-
bers are: 20, 50, 54, 62, 72,


Bicyclist Awaiting


broke his glasses and stole his
wallet. though he later found
the \wallet. Club employees
told police they removed Lee.
who said he was there picking
up women. because he was
causing a disturbance Lee
later called the incident "just
stupid. just really frivolous"
and said he was only trying to
get his wallet back.
Lee resigned from the City
Plan Commission last year
after being targeted in the
FBI's corruption investigation
into Dallas City Hall. Lee has
been accused of voting on
zoning cases where he was a
paid consultant and not report-
ing gifts.


Mom Pleads
Guilty To Giving
Teen Pot
GETTYSBURG, Pa. A
woman facing drug charges'
admitted in court that she,
smoked manjuana with her
13-year-old son, often to
reward him for doing his
homework.
Amanda Lynn
, Livelsberger. 30, pleaded
guilty to several misdemeanor
drug charges' Monday in
Adams Country court and will
be sentenced Nov. 27.
She admitted she had been
smoking marijuana with her
son since he was 11 and said
she had also smoked with two
Sof his friends, ages 17 and 18.
Livelsberger pleaded
guilty to misdemeanor charges
of corruption of minors, pos-
session with intent to deliver
drug paraphernalia, possession
of drug paraphernalia, posses-
sion of a small amount of mar-
ijuana and possession of a
.small amount of marijuana
with intent to distribute. The
plea agreement did not stipu-
late a sentence.

'"He who does
.not prevent
a crime when he can,
encourages it. "
Author: Lucius
Annaeus Seneca
t


Your Weekly Horoscope

(SEPTEMBER 16, 2006-SEPTEMBER 22, 2006)


Ambulance Hit Again .
GREENVILLE SC. --A was in serious condition at TTIO A accused


driver has been.charged with
leaving the scene of an acci-
dent with injuries after her car
hit a bicyclist who was in the
road waiting on an ambulance
o' treat him for injuries after
being hit by another car.
Shannon Harris of
Anderson turned herself in to
investigators Sunday night
after initially leaving the scene
of the accident, said Lance:
Cpl. Kathy Hiles, a spokes-
woman for the Highway
Patrol.
The bike rider, whose
name has not been released.


Anderson Area Medical
Center, Hiles said. He was not
wearing a helmet:and his bike
lacked proper lighting, Hiles
said.
The bicyclist was hit first
by a Nissan driven by Erin
Hartness of Anderson, Hiles
said. No charges were filed in
that case.
While he was waiting in:
the road for an ambulance. the
bicychlst as hit by the second'
car. whose dn\ier stopped for a
moment before leading the
scene.


Of Gunpoint


Prayer Session

ATHENS, Ala. A woman and twoitoommates are accused
of holding her brother at gunpoint as she prayed for his repen-
tance, even firing a shot into the ceiling to keep his attention.
Randy Doss, 46, of Athens said he fled the house when his
captors got distracted and later \went to police, who were skepti-
cal at first because his story was so bizarre. But police said it
checked out. including the bullet hole in the ceiling.
"We found \where they patched the hole with caulk," said Sgt.
Trevor Hams.
Police said the sister, Tamnue Lee Doss. 43, Donna Leigh
Bianca. 37. and Ronald Daxid Richne. 45. who live at the Athens
house, were charged with unlawful imprisonment, a misde-
meanor. The two women were also charged with menacing, a
misdemeanor. All were released on bond.
Harris said Randy Doss went to the house about 7 p.m. on
Labor Day and at some pomt got in an argument with the two
women about religion. When they prayed for him, he laughed.
"They both got upset and pointed'pistols at him." Harris said.
"They wouldn't let him lea\e. Bianca fired one round in the ceil-
mg in the hallway a few feet from the victim's head."
Harris said the women tned to get Doss to admit things he
did as a child."She claims the brother wronged her years ago
when they were kids and she just got the truth out of him and
apparently wanted revenge." said Harris. "He says they would
not let him go. The sister says she was just trying to scare her
brother."The three suspects derned they held Doss against his
will.
"The door was never locked and he could have walked out
that door any tune he wanted to." the sister told the News-
Courer of Athens. "We never held him against his will."
Hams said Richie did not have a weapon but is accused of
blocking the door to keep Doss from fleeing.
Doss said he escaped the house about I a.m. Tuesday.
"We don't know if they were just playing games, but it is
ridiculous for men and women in their 40s to be playing games
like this." Harris said.

Thief Takes 348 Pounds Of Pigmeat

CROMIELL. Ind. A thief with a taste for pork put a
damper on a findraiser for scholarships by making off with near-
ly 350 pounds of porkburgers and hot dogs. police said.
Cromwell Town Marshal Rich Snyder said the 300 pounds of
porkburgers and 48 pounds of hot dogs were taken either late
Saturday or early Sunday from the Cromwell Community
Center's walk-in freezer in the town about 35 miles northwest of
Fort Way-ne.
The theft was discovered Sunday morning when members of
the Cromwell-Kimmell Lions Club went to pick up the meat.
The group had planned to sell porkburgers and hot dogs Sunday
at the Stone's Trace festival to raise money for scholarships for
West Noble High School students. :
SSnyder said Monday that an investigation is under way into
the burglary but that there w ere no suspects yet in the heist.
Lions Club members were able to borrow some porkburgers
from theLigonier Lions and operated their festival food stand on
Sunday. after a successful day on Saturday.
But a club member said the stolen meat will have a negative
impact on the amount of money raised for the scholarship fund
during the two-day festival.


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To Miss Homework
LARGO, Fla. Stephanie King had to tell her music teacher
that a raccoon was to blame for her missing homework. "I
explained that the raccoon fell from the ceiling in my bathroom
and it ran into my bedroom," the 13-year-old seventh grader at
Osceola Middle School told the St. Petersburg Times.
"Animal control came out to get it and they couldn't catch it
and they said we couldn't go in my room."
Stephanie's grandmother vouched for her story Friday with
school officials. "I told them she can't get her homework, her
books, because everything is locked in the bedroom," Natalie
King said.
The female raccoon and its babies crashed to the Kings' bath-
room floor Wednesday night. Until that moment, the family did-
n't know the roof was leaking, much less that a family of rac-
coons was living in their ceiling.
The mother raccoon escaped into Stephanie's room. It finally
made its way Thursday night into the trap set by Pinellas County
Animal Seivices officers, who picked up the critter the next
morning.


Man Says


Naked Attackers


Robbed Him


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Building Materials


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ALL CASII CANDI ROUTEF Do iia C.tili .l0liida, 301
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I quipinert c;iet I rwjTiinon. Ineiicejd with tSbiO di..%sn.
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#1 HOME BL-SINENS PERIOD!! iet Fadcl N OW D Ioiri
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\r're raising pa s for Hnrida regional dri.r' ],r(. o.fn
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DRI\ EII : E I: 'AN I 1 ,V tE H h I [ sil.l, carlir,,miirr
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Truck Driieri: (DI training. 1t Ipl ,.nll unl'l k .\iler.
ate your career as a Soldier. Drive out terrorism by keeping the
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INTERESTED IN .1 POSTAL .JOB II 5t 5 $57k i .r : g
NMilninmuln P.o" Our sCreic-I ca, help '.Iu prcpari Id t Ihe P.1lIl
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[Week of September 11, 2006)


SERVICES

Aluminum Awning


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Instruction


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N.W HOMES inOCmL.Aj L liic(,unswrai.iui Iirkit.g I/vi".
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Edward Waters College Tigers Shaw University Bears
Earl Kitchings Stadium/Raines High School
Saturday, September 16,2006
5:00 p.m. Kickoff
Tickets: $5 students w/lD and $5 Senior Citizens $10 General Admission
Tickets on sale @ EWC Office of the Cashier, or call 904.553.0016 or 470.8045
Tickets also available game day at Earl Kitchings Stadium beginning at 8 a.m.


College Day: 10 a.m. 2 p.m. @ Prime Osborn Center
Recruiters from 40 colleges will be available

Guests include: Ar. Willie E. Gary Dr. Oswald P. Bronson, Sr/President, EWC *
Dr. Clarence Newome/President, Shaw University

The first 500 students receive tickets to the Willie E. Gary Classic

2 p.m. Tailgate Party begins at the Stadium
Sponsored by Hardee's and the U. S. Army
Win up to $200 in food contest and enjoy playing free video games located in the U. S. Army Trailer


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