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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
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where it appeared he com-
mitted suicide.
Marriage-continued on A-6


DNA Led To Arrest Nearly Ten Years After Girl

Was Found Floating In St. John s River


... :,-"":.. Six days after 11-year-
S .. '. old Cherie Morrisette was
S' reported missing on
Shinta Harris, Murdered December 2, 1996, she

News In Brief
House Approved Renaming
Post Office In Jacksonville
The House of Representatives passed a Bill present-
ed by Corrine Brown dedicating the post office at 1601
Main Street in Jacksonville as the "Eddie Mae Steward
Post Office"'.
Eddie Mae Steward was the first to take on the fight
to improve the infrastructure of public schools in
Jacksonville; was the first female President of
Jacksonville's NAACP and served as the secretary of the
Duval County Democratic Executive Committee. The
Congresswomansaid that Steward was referred to as a
"troublemaker." "She was a visionary and a courageous
leader."


Brief -continued on A-6


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was found floating in the person who appeared to
St. John's River on have sexually assaulted
December 8, 1996.
Almost ten years later, the DNA- continued on A-6

First Black In 20 Years
To Qualify For NASCAR Cup


Bill Lester


HAMPTON, GA (AP) -
Bill Lester stole the show
from pole-winner Kasey
.Kahne on Friday night at
Atlanta Motor Speedway,
earning a spot in the Golden
Corral 500 to become the
first black driver to qualify
for a race in NASCAR's top
series in nearly 20 years.


Robert Mitchell, Suspect


Driving a Dodge fielded by Bill Davis Racing and
facing enormous pressure, Lester put up a lap of 190.502
mph early in the Nextel Cup series qualifying session on
the 1.5-mile oval.


Cherie Morrisette, victim


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those who saw this as a
"pomp and circumstance"
moment, a time to cele-
brate the occasion and let
the message get lost.
That wouldn't happen
this day. Not with this
speaker. Sure, it was an
historic moment.
But it was also so much
more. You couldn't help"
but get caught up in the
words of Mrs. Ellen
Johnson-S rleaf, the newly
elected president of
Liberia, as she spoke clear-
ly and eloquently about her
homeland.
Her presence on
Capitol Hill signaled the
beginning of a transition
long overdue for Liberia,
which has been embroiled
in civil unrest since the
mid 1980s.
It was Johnson-Sirleaf,
elected into office on
January 16th with the inau-
guration attended by First
Lady Laura Bush and
Secretary of State
Condeleeza .Rice, who
forced.those in attendance
last week to hang onto
every word when speaking
about her constituents.
"Our dream has the size of
freedom," she stated, quot-
ing the words of a
Mozambican poet. "My
people, like your people,
believe deeply in freedom
.. and in their dreams,
.they reach for the heav-
ens."
Ties between the
United States and this
country of 3 million people
run deep. Liberia was
founded in 1822 as a haven
for liberated African-
Americans and even in its
early years, the country
received substantial US
support. After civil strife
erupted in the 1980s, more
than 100,000 Liberians
migrated across the
Atlantic again, and their
remittances helped keep
many families in their
homeland alive during the
war that ended two years


She was speaking of her
fellow Liberians, but
Johnson-Sirleaf could've just
as well been describing her.
ascent to the presidency,
which was surely a road
paved with twists, turns and
turmoil.
Johnson-Sirleaf's educa-
tional background focused
on economics, with her
receiving a B.B.A. in
Accounting from Madison
Business College in
Madison, Wisconsin in 1964,
an Economics diploma from
the University of Colorado in
1970, and- a master's degree
in Public Administration
from Harvard University in
1971.
Armed with the neces-
sary tools, Johnson-Sirleaf
returned to Liberia as assis-
tant minister of finance, and
then minister. She eventually
ran for Senate where, seeing
how her country was being
robbed of its natural
resources, she spoke out
against the military regime.
Those actions got her exiled
to Nairobi, where she took
up as vicepresident of the
Africa regional office for
Citibank.
A turn as an economist
for the World Bank returned
Johnson-Sirleaf, as Chair of
the Governance Reform
Commission, to Liberia in
1997, where she ran against
then- President Charles
Taylor for the presidency.
Taylor charged Johnson-
Sirleaf with treason and she
was placed in exile .once
again. Her dream of freedom
could've turned into a night-
mare. But she wouldn't let it.
She, along with other heads
of stateincluding President
Bush, campaigned for the
removal of Taylor from
office.
In 2005, with the country
preparing for its elections
and with Taylor being indict-
ed for reportedly stashing
more than $3 billion in
Swiss, U.S., and other inter-
national banks, Johnson-


Sirleaf took control of the
Unity Party and officially ran
for president.
After a run-off, the
National Elections
Commission declared
Johnson-Sirleaf the presi-
dent-elect.
"Our country is ready to
move forward," Johnson-
Sirleaf proclaimed during an
interview in 2005. "[We]
have the resources, both nat-
ural and human ... we can
make Liberia great, a model
on the continent. We can
show that after a war, we can
rise out of the ashes and cre-
ate a nation we are all proud
of, a nation that stands out as
an example to show that con-
flict can only be a. small
digression and that one can
rise above it and use it as a
stepping stone."
Her three-pronged action.
plan for Liberia, which con-
sists ofjob creation, financial
literacy and management and
education, mirrors the
National Urban League's
mission since 1910. A mis-
sion of empowering commu-
nities and changing the lives
of people to stand on their
own. To be free.
After all that Johnson-
Sirleaf has done to ensure
that freedom, after all of the
twists and turns and turmoil,
all of the civil unrest and
crooked regimes, her country
is finally ready to move for-
ward and realize that dream.
And with help from the
United States, which
Johnson-Sirleaf sought dur-
ing her visit here last week,
that dream will become a
reality.
So yes, history was-made
with her election and appear-
ance before Congress last
week. However, it's the his-
tory that's yet to be made in
Liberia; with President Ellen
Johnson-Sirleaf in con-
trol, that we're all bound to
get caught up in. It's a histo-
ry which we are all: sure to
believe in deeply.


MARCH 25, 2006


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Suns To Hold Second National Teen Shot Behind Washington

Anthem Auditions, Bat Boy Tryouts.
Heights Apartment Dies


and The Jacksonville Suns will hold a second round

of national anthem auditions and bat boy tryouts on

Saturday, March 25. National Anthem auditions will
begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. and run until noon. Singers

are asked to come prepared to sing the anthem in a tradi-

tional style and will perform the song over the ballpark
public address system. Batboy tryouts will begin at 10:60
a.m. Potential batboys must be at least 14 years old and

must bring their most recent report card.
The Jacksonville Suns, the double-A Affiliate of the

Los Angeles Dodgers and defending Southern League
Champions, begin the season on Thursday, April 6 at

home against the Chattanooga Lookouts at 7:05 p.m.


Jamarius Wade, 17, shot about 9:12 p. m. on Monday, March 13 behind the

Washington Heights Apartments off Moncrief, died Thursday. The teen received mul-
tiple wounds and even though someone took him to Shands, a suspect is still not
known.

Jamar's death is another act of violence that is causing the community great concern

and as one reader stated, "It is time for the villagers to get together to give our youth a
clearer direction."
Jamar, like several young men in Jacksonville, had experienced some difficulties

with the law and many are looking at his death as some kind of trend.
Persons with information are asked to call JSO at 630-0500, Crime stoppers at 1-
866-845-TIPS or MAD DADS at 388-8171 with confidential information. Wade's

death now moves the case from aggravated battery to murder.


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A DOUBLE CELEBRATION: Celebrating more than 50 years as a registered voter
in Alachua County and an over-80 birthday is Arnetta Jackson, mother of pub-
lisher, Clara McLaughlin. Mrs. Jackson is standing with the author of The Real
Rosewood, Lizzie Jenkins. Alachua County Democrats honored all county resi-
dents who have been registered and voting for fifty years or more.

Marriage continued from Page A-I
Police reports show that the couple had several disputes, including an
alleged rape. Wainworth was never arrested-for such reported violence even
though Shinita did report the incidents.
' She was arrested, however, when she rammed his car in 2004 and he
claimed that she had battered him and threw pasta .on him. She reported sev-
eral incidents of violence and even reported that he had threatened her with a
gun, but never displayed strong physical evidence, according to the records.
Even though both reported violence against each other, neither ever filed for
restraining orders.
Shinita was working two jobs and had moved from the house they shared.

Brief continued from Page A-1
Mayweather Found Guilty
Clarence Mayweather was found guilty of second degree murder and kid-
napping in the murder of Thomas E. Abrams. Since Thomas' (Psycho) was
murder, hisfamily has sought to find those who were responsible for his
deathh and have placed a lot of effort in the "Stop the Violence, Use Your
Talents" campaign. Thomas had almost completed his rap CD at the time of
his death. He was 31.

7 To 12 Year Olds Selected For Scholarship Program
Seven to twelve year old female students are now being selected as state
finalists for the 2006 Pre-Teen Florida Scholarship & Recognition Program to
be held July 21-23. All finalists will be eligible to win over $5,000. To
apply, call 225-752-6015 or e-mail to: info@preteenamerica.com

SA. Man Retires On His 100th Birthday After
Working At,Same Job For 75 Years
A Los Angeles-bus maintenance worker, Arthur
Winston, retired Wednesday on his 100th birthday
"j" '.'i- from a job he had held for 75 years, and missed
only one day from work.
.- ; That one-day was in 1988 when his wife died.
SShe was 65 years old. He credited his father for his
\ behavior. Winston said his father taught him
strong work ethics.


Arthur Winston


DNA continued from Page A-1
her, killed her, dumped her in the river, and then
moved to Connecticut about a month later. More
then likely, Mitchell felt this cold case would not be
uncovered.
But, he had his own incident when someone bur-
glarized his apartment and he reported it to the
police. He thought when he was called to the Police
Department, he was going to sign documents relat-
ed to the burglary.
Instead, his DNA in the national data bank was
an exact match to the DNA that had been found on
Cherie ten years ago.
Robert Shelton Mitchell has been arrested and is
charged with first-degree murder and capital sexual
battery. He is being held on a $5 million fugitive
from justice warrant issued by Connecticut and a no
bond warrant out of St. Johns County.


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The Steward Board of
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Methodist Episcopal,
Church, 6910, New Kings
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Weaver in a production
titled "Judas, The
Betrayer" on Saturday,
March 25, at 4:00 p.m.
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WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH 2006


A Proclamation By The President


Of The United States Of America
or generations. wVomen across our great land have helped make our country stronger and better. They have
impro'. ed oti conununities and played a vital role in achieving justice and equal rights for all our citizens.
During \Nomen's History Month. \ve celebrate the many contributions women make to our society--.
At the end of the 19th century, pioneers Jane Addams and Ellen Starr opened the doors of Hull House to
senre impovenshed and imnugrant families in the Chicago community. Presidential Medal of Freedom win-
ner Annie Dodge Wauneka worked to educate her native Navajo community about pieveenting and treat-
ing disease. In 1955. Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a city bus
in Mlontgomery. Alabama. helping to inspire a nationwide movement for
equal justice under the la\v. Recently, our Nation said goodbye to
another remarkable American woman and courageous civil rights
Leader. Coretla Scott King. who helped call America to its found-
ing ideals. Annie
Today, the United States of America remains a country that offers the Dodge
greatest freedom on Earth and belie-es in the promise
Sof all indi- .

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Nt, continue to
strengthen
Rosa Parks our Nation
and the
world by excelling as leaders in all wal ks of :
life. including business. la\\, politics, family --
life. education, community service. science.
medicine, and the arts. The brave women Coretta Scott King
\\ho \wear the uniform of the United States Armed Forces are helping to lay the foun-
dations of peace and freedom for generations to come. This month. I encourage all
Americans to join me in celebrating the extraordinary achievements and contributions
of American \\ omen.
NOW, THEREFORE, I. GEORGE W\. BUSH. President of the United States of
America. by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the
United States. do hereby proclaim March 2006 as Women's History Month. I call upon
all Americans to observe this month \\ith appropriate ceremonies and activities to
honor the history, accomplishments, and contributions of all American women.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hate hereunto set nm hand this
twenty-seventh day of Februarn in the year of our I ord t\o thou-
sand six. and of the Indepnddence of the United States of America -.
the two hundred and thirtieth. -- B


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Bold City Links..................................... .......B3
Socially Speaking.......................................B4
Dr. Dorothy Jackson Young..........................B-5
Georgia Allen........................................ .....B6
Charlotte Dwright Stewart.......................... .....B8
Jamaica's Female Prime Minister....................B9
FAMU's Former First Lady Mourned...........B10
Test Your Knowledge.......................................B11
Andra Winslow...........................................B12
Recognition For The Beach Lady'...............B-13
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March Is National


Women's History Month


To address the absence of information about
women in America's schools, the National Women's
History Project led a movement to have Congress des-
ignate a celebration to recognize women's historic
achievements.
The goal was to ensure that information about the
myriad ways women have changed America would be
part of our children's education.
In 1980, President Carter issued the first
Presidential Proclamation calling on the American
people to remember the contributions of women. By
1987, fourteen governors had declared March as
Women's History Month, and that same year,
Congress and the President followed by declaring
March as National Women's History Mbnth.
This year's theme, Women: Builders of
Communities and Dreams, honors the spirit of pos-
sibility and hope set in motion by generations of
women in their creation of communities and their
encouragement of dreams.
Community comes in many forms, and dreams
change, expand, and are sometimes fulfilled. Women:
Builders of Communities and Dreams honors women
for bringing communities together and restoring hope
in the face of impossible odds.
The purpose of women's history is not to idealize
women. On- the contrary, the stories, of women's
achievements present an expanded view of the com-
plexity and contradiction of living a full and purpose-
ful life.
Learning about the extraordinary achievements of
women helps diminish the tendency to dismiss and
trivialize who women are and what they accomplish.
In celebrating women's historic achievements, we
present an authentic view of history.
The knowledge of women's history provides a
more expansive vision of what a woman can do. This
perspective can encourage girls and women to think
larger and bolder and can give boys and men a fuller
understanding of the female experience.
How are our children --girls and boys alike --going
to understand the importance of women to American
culture and history if their education includes little or
nothing about the significance of women's contribu-
tions?
We know from research and from anecdotal stud-
ies that learning the stories of women's success, talent,
and accomplishments expands a sense of what is pos-
sible for girls and women.
Information about women and their successes
gives males and females alike a perspective that chal-
lenges some of our cultures' most unconscious and
archaic assumptions about women.
Thus, women's history becomes a story of inspira-
tion and hope. A story of courage and tenacity. A story
of promise, possibility and purpose. Women's history
is our nation's story. It is the story of how women built
communities and inspired and nurtured dreams and
how they will continue to do so. -






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Bold City Links Ermbrace The Village Through PRAISE


Physical Health, Respect
and Responsibility,
Academic Achievement


and the Arts, International
Involvement, Self esteem
and Enrichment for


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the art kits for 160 students.


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11:00 AM 2:00 PM

Hollybrook Apartments


Artist and professor Dustin Harewood points to a
blank canvas and describes to the audience how the
empty canvas is a world to free your mind and
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Artist and professor Dustin Harewood points to a
blank canvas and describes to the audience how the
empty canvas is a world to free your mind and


express your thoughts.
The Bold City Chapter
of Links, an organization
of working women, pres-
ent free monthly personal
enrichment forums to mid-
dle school youth.
Attendance by the
youth is purely voluntary
and over 150 kids attend
each month.
The Links provide all
materials (each session
includes a free qift) and,


speakers, free of charge.
This effort is part of
Project P.R.A.I.S.E. the
organization's community
service thrust of embrac-
ing 'the village", and the-
exposing of 'at-risk' youth
to positive realities.
The monthly sessions
are held at Highlands
Middle School.
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"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"


Women of Distinction 2006
It was busy, yet lovely day for the Girl Scouts of Gateway
Council's 2006 Women of Distinction Event. Downtown
Jacksonville was filled with visitors for the NCAA activities
and other events. And yet with parking spaces being a premi-
um, Girl Scout supporters filled the Grand Ballrooms at the
Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Hotel to honor six outstanding
women.
Honored were: Mrs. Emily Balz Smith the chairperson of
the District Board of Trustees for Florida Community College
of Jacksonville, an elder of the Presbyterian Church, charter
member of the Women's Giving Alliance and Sustainer for the
Junior League of Jacksonville. A mother of three children, she
is married to V. Hawley Smith, Jr.; Mrs. Kelly Madden the
North Florida Regional President of Wachovia is active with
the Alliance for World Class Education, Baptist Health System
Foundation, and the United Way of Northeast Florida. A moth-
er of two, she is married to Mike Madden; The Honorable
Audrey Gibson, the Florida State Representative for District
15 is the Democratic Co-Floor Leader and has been a member
of the Caucus Leadership team since her election to office in
2002. She is affiliated with many local organizations, includ-
ing JaxPride, First Coast African Chamber of Commerce,
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, Volunteer Jacksonville's
Blueprint for Leadership Class of 1999, JCCI, the Jacksonville
Links and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. A Jacksonville native,
she is the mother of an adult daughter who resides in California
and two sons attending college at FAMU and Barry University
respectively; Mrs. Susan Remmer Ryzewis the
President/CEO of EHR Investments, Inc. and EHR Aviation,
Inc. as well as director of the Remmer Family Foundation
spent 10 years earlier in her career in educational research and
administration. She is advisory faculty emeritus to the
Institute of Private Investors and participates in the investment
committee of Asset Management Advisors. A mother of two
sons, she is married to John Ryzewic; The late Fran Peacock
Coker whose life was characterized by love of family and
devotion to community authored all of the books for Mayor
Peyton's Book Club, a program established to teach early
learning and reading skills to children. One of her first books
for the club was I Can Read. As a Girl Scout she earned the
highest award in Girl Scouting. The late Mrs. Coker was the
wife of Howard Coker, the mother of two and grandmother of
three. Her daughter Dr Kelly Coker-Daniel gave a splendid-
ly touching acceptance for her late mother that brought the
audience to their feet in applause; Mrs. Susan Adams Loyd,
Vice President and General Manager, WAWS FOX 30 a former
Girl Scout is active in the Girls Scouts of Gateway Council
'brought the house down' with her acceptance speech present-
ed as a letter to her former Girl Scout leader in Minnesota. A
former competitive figure skater and marathon runner, she is
the mother of two and is married to Rick Loyd.
The 2006 Girl Scouts event was especially special to this
writer and her family as Representative Audrey Gibson is the
niece of this column's writer and photographer. More than that
it was a special birthday week for Representative Gibson that
began March 15 when her parents Ernest and Dr. Lois Davis
Gibson, brother Ernest Gerard Gibson, Atlanta, GA, and


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daughter Mrs. Kwanza
Gibson Spells, San Diego, CA
surprised her for her birthday
when they were in attendance
during the March 15 session of
the Florida House of
Representatives where State
Representative Arthenia
Joyner, Esq., District 59
announced the birthday and
surprise visit of her family to
the Florida House.
On Saturday Mrs. Gibson
Spells coordinated a Spa Party
at the Ponte Vedra Beach Inn
and later a family and friends
dinner party that included her
sons Amar (FAMU) and
Jamal Madyan (Barry
University) at the downtown
Ruth Chris Restaurant to con-
tinue her Mom's special birth-
day.
It was indeed a special and
well earned week for
Representative Gibson!

Don't forget to let us know
of your upcoming events.
Contact us at 904 766-8834; e-
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socially@TheFlorndaStar.con
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The 2006 Women of Distinction Honorees with Co-Chairs Mrs.
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with Girl Scout Staffers. (Photos by Betty Asque Davis)


Woman of Distinction Honoree Representative Audrey Gibson
with her daughter Mrs. Kwanzaa Spells and mother Dr.Lois Davis
Gibson.


State Representative Gibson had- the support of City
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Dr. Dorothy Jackson Young:

Episcopal Supervisor Of The Women's Missionary Society

And Clergy Spouses Eleventh Episcopal. District A.M.E Church
Mrs. Dorothy J. Young was born in Atlanta, Georgia but was reared and educated in Boston, Massachusetts. In
addition to being the supportive and devoted wife of McKinley Young, the 109th Bishop in the history of African
Methodism, she is the caring and devoted mother of four beautiful daughters.
Karyn Young-Lowe, a Social Worker, lives in Alta Loma, California with her husband Ron, and Bishop and Mrs.
Young's first granddaughter, Jennifer Renee and their


The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

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

Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Afternoon Bible Study
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Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.
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Pastor: Rev. Joe Calhoun
(904) 764-5727 Church
(904) 768-0272 Home

MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr.; M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ diedfor our sins...was buried i. R ?. again" (see 1 1C.-;.,,ii.: : 5:1-4)
Sui!b_ cher OI itre S.r. i. ; 8:30 a.m.
Surndi School 1 0-n a.m.
MN.mrnmrg Vorshp II : .m.
E. erjn_, \'-ir.rup 'r 30 p.m.
\ cdrn eJ & Frida. Nluhi ser 5. e p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing, Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
International jrid. School.....9:00 a.m. and5:00 p.m. Saturday on WYMM AM 1530
A Bible Pr-achine. Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
'"\ilihoutl hle heading of Blood. there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9-22)

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
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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.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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


fifth grandchild Jessica Christine Lowe. Deana r
Young-McAllister, a teacher/administrator, lives with'
her husband, The Reverend Julius McAllister, Jr., and
their sons Julius Harrison McAllister, III and Colin -
McKinley Young McAllister in Chicago, Illinois.
Andrea Young Jones is an Executive Staff Analyst
with the Department of Housing and Community i
Development in the city of Houston. She and her
husband Roddy and their son Peyton Leigh Jones live Dr. Dorothy Jackson Young
in Katy, Texas. Stephanie Lynn, who lived four years with her parents in South
Africa, is a Junior Mass Media Major at Hampton University, Hampton, VA.
Mrs. Young is a graduate of Beth Israel Hospital School of Nursing in Boston.
She was awarded the Claire Sonis award for excellence in Clinical Nursing at grad-
uation. Mrs. Young worked for twenty-six years as a Registered Professional Nurse
in Massachusetts, Illinois and Georgia. Mrs. Young has worked actively in organiza-
tions and projects that support global health and the eradication of world-wide
hunger.
For more than thirty years, Dorothy Young has served the African Methodist
Episcopal Church faithfully and creatively through the Women's Missionary Society.
She has served as a Local President, Area Chair, Conference Branch President,
Episcopal District President and as an Episcopal District Supervisor. While serving
at the Big Bethel AME Church in Atlanta, she led the Women's Missionary Society in
the development of the Dorothy J. Young Help Center and "My Sister's Place," a tran-
sitional living facility for homeless women and their children.
Mrs. Young has worked with Church Women United and served six years on the
Board of Directors of the Atlanta-based "Global Health Action." Mrs. Young also
served on the Board 6f Directors of the Hunger periodical "Seeds."
From 1992 to 1996, Mrs. Young lived in Cape Town, Republic of South Africa and
served as the Episcopal Supervisor of the Fifteenth Episcopal District Women's
Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. She edited a study
guide entitled "Global Economics Seeking a Christian Ethic" which was marketed in
the Fifteenth District. She was responsible for the publication and distribution of a
Lenten/Pentecost Devotional Guide in the voices of the women of Southern Africa
entitled "All Things New," which was shared with the Connectional AME Church.
During her work and witness in Africa she hosted International guests and provid-
ed leadership through workshops and mock election forums as South Africa prepared
for the 1994 General Election. Mrs. Young traveled with her husband to Luanda,
Angola in October 1995 to receive a reported twelve thousand members of the
Independent Methodist Church into the Fifteenth Episcopal District African
Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1998, the Sojourners Mission Sending Program of
the AME Church Women's Missionary Society was enhanced through the develop-
ment of a cross-cultural training component developed by Mrs. Young,
Her other travels include Costa Rica, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Mali, Namibia, South
Africa, Senegal, Zambia and Zimbabwe. While Bishop Young served as Ecumenical
Officer of the AME Church 1996-2000, Dorothy Young was his Executive Assistant
and represented the AME Church at the 8th Assembly World Council of Churches in
Zimbabwe. She worked to increase the knowledge of the AME Church in the area of
debt forgiveness "Jubilee 2000."
The Forty-sixth Quadrennial Session of the General Conference of the-African
Methodist Episcopal Church appointed Bishop Young as the Presiding Prelate of the

Episcopal Supervisor continued on B-14







Paqe B- 6/March 25, 2006


Georgia Alien, Actress And Matriarch

By Andrea K. Franklin.

Georgia Allen is a breath offresh air! From conversation alone, one would never guess that Ms. Allen will be turning 86 this coming May.
During her 63 years of marriage to Mr. Thaddeus Allen, a mathematician, the two have had 2 children and 2 grandchildren, of whom, one also
acts. Mrs. Allen, who has over 10 films under her belt, was most recently cast as Ruby in Tyler Perry's acclaimed film, "Madea's Family
Reunion". The following dialog, which was mediated by her daughter, Judy, is the result of The Florida Star's interview:


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Andrea K. Franklin of Florida Star (FS): Hello Mrs. Allen, how are you
today?
Mrs. Georgia Allen (GA): Be careful, or I may end up telling you! (joking-
ly)
FS: Well, lets begin with the basics, where did you attend schbol?
GA: I received my Bachelor's from Clark College in Atlanta, GA, and my
Master's from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
FS: So, you are my AUC sister, I attend Spelman College! Tell me about your
days in the Atlanta-Morehouse-Spelman Players.
GA: Well, firstly, many thought it unusual for a Clarkite to be apart of some-
thing at Spelman. But I must say, it ignited my acting career, although, I had
worked with many different groups in that I had been acting since I was a teenag-
er. I got started at the Sweetly YWCA.
FS: Do you feel that acting changed your life?
GA: It simply augmented it! I developed an interest in the theater at a young
age, and was never interested in doing anything else.
FS: How did you get cast as Ruby for Madea's FamilyReunion?
GA: I just got a call from my agent. Before that time, I knew very little about
the film. I had not done any movies for a while, so I am glad to have gotten the
part since I still pay my dues!
FS: (laughing) Well, that certainly would be motivational to be apart of such
a great film. How was it?
GA: Well, I was only on the set for two days. I did not have to do much, since
I am in the wedding scene at the end.
FS: I have had the privilege of seeing a few of your films, and I think you are
great! Which do you feel have been most significant to you? And who was your
favorite co-star?
GA: The Boy King (a local film which was formerly shown yearly during
King week) would be my favorite film, because Martin Luther King, Jr. was well
known at the time, and he was the one who was most acknowledged for the civil


rights movement in the U.S. My playing his grandmother was certainly a privilege and was the most significant. As
for co-stars, it would have to be Cassius Clay (AKA: Muhammad Ali), in Freedom Road. There was a scene in which
he needed to be fitted for a suit, and a white man had come to measure him, and replied "That's a whole lot of nigger
to find material for", and Cassius replied Wait a minute! He cannot call me a nigger! I am a man." That moment made
me feel so proud, seeing him stand up for what was right.
FS: Amazing. You have truly done some outstanding work. What is your opinion of Hollywood today versus old
Hollywood?
GA: Well, I do not know much about what has been or is currently going on. I have never lived in Hollywood. I
think it is wonderful that it started in California, although, it may not be what it's makers intended.
FS: We are going to take the interview to a different direction here. How long have you and Thaddeus been
married?
GA: It will be 64 years on the 4th of June. My mother nearly had a stroke when I told her I wanted to marry. She
objected until I told her, "I didn't have to fight." She just knew what that meant. I think it has worked so well because
he is an introvert, and I am an extrovert. We don't lord our differences over one another.. We allow one another to be
ourselves. And we always work as a team.
FS: That is beautiful! I wish you many more years together. Thank you both so much for your time, and congrat-
ulations on your beautiful career! Would you like to leave our readers with a favorite quote or line?
GA: You are welcome. Yes, "To every man there openeth a way, and ways, and a way. And the high soul climbs
the high way, And the low soul gropes the low: And in between, on the misty flats, the rest drift to and fro. But to every
man there openeth a high way and a low, and every man decideth the way his soul shall go. "John Oxenham


PART TIME
OFFICE CLERK
Historic Church seeking
Part-time Office Clerk to
support the Administrative
Assistant in a Christian
environment. Continuous
interaction with Church
Pastor & Ministerial Staff,
officers, members and
community relations; both
internal and external.
Fexible 25 to 30 hours;
GOOD "people skills", type
minimum 45 WPM and
some knowledge of
Microsoft Word a plus.
Interested persons please
contact the church office of
Second Missionary Baptist
Church; 954 Kings Road
for details at (904) 354-
8268.


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Links

Continued From Page 3


HMS students Orrion Wilson, Garland Wilson and
Desiree June all made their first collage at the event.


national organization of
the Links, Inc. It is
through this project, the
local Bold City chapter is
able to utilize all facets of
its programs and focus on
a particular group. This
year, the organization con-
tinued it's support of the
Team Up program of
Highlands Middle School.
For one hour each
month of the school year,
the ladies presented topics


on different aspects under
the PRIDE umbrella.
Under the guidance of the
Service to Youth chairper-
son, Pamela Grant-Adams,
the program now in its'
third year has flourished
and added new topics to
the monthly sessions.
"We try to keep it fresh
and interesting," said
Adams. In striving to keep
new and different perspec-
tives, each of the monthly


sessions are chaired by
different people and sup-
ported by everyone within
the organization.
"New people provide
new ideas." Said Adams.
That remains true.
This year's PRIDE cur-
riculum included an NFL
football player, meeting
African ambassadors, one-
on-one with a world
renowned artist and many
hands- on interactive pre-
sentations. Their most
recent session involved
creating their owfn art col-
lage.
According to the chap-
ter President Norma
White, "it's amazing the
impact you can have on a
child's mind in an hour."
That presence is undis-
putable. On more than one
occasion, the intuitive stu-
dents have often told the
Links that their interaction
has sparked their interest
in leaning towards a par-


ticular profession.
At the year end final
session held this week,
Janae Williams, a sixth
grader had the opportunity
to put together her very
first art collage. "I've
never done this. before,"
stated the young Williams.
"But, it's so much more
creative than just paint. I
see more of myself in
what I can make."
That was the goal of
this year's final project
spearheaded by Judy
Batson. The FCCJ Dean-
and Link member recruit-
ed an actual art instructor
to teach the children a
quick lesson about art and
art history.
The informative forum
was concluded with an
actual art making session.
"It really is a lot of
work to get together com-
plete art making kits for
150 kids," Batson admits.
Her preparation included a


"collage kit party" with
her other Link sisters and
hours of shopping in craft
stores. Following the pre-
sentations, the youth were
allowed to take home their
completed works in addi-
tion to their supplies in
hopes that they would
teach their siblings and
parents what they learned.
Batson agreed with her
other sisters that the many
diverse art collages creat-
ed were well worth the
effort.
"There's no greater
form of flattery one can
give themselves than their
expression through art,"
said Batson. "This project
not only spurs their cre-
ativity, but brings their art
to life and gives their cre-
ativity artistic voice. The
Project PRAISE program
will officially conclude it's
program year with an
awards banquet at FCCJ in
the upcoming weeks.


`_3 Nc.S




COUNCILWOMAN MIA JONES

would like to meet with the following District 10 Precincts:
10, 10A, 10B, 10E, 10F, 10G, 10H, 10J, 10K and 10L

on
Tuesday, April 4th, 2006
Time: 6:15 p.m.
at
William M. Raines Senior High School.
Principal: Mrs. Carol Daniels
3663 Raines Avenue'
Bldg:. The Auditorium
Jacksonville, FL
(904)-924-3049

to discuss various issues and projects going on in your neighborhoods.
Representatives from various City Departments and Agencies will be available to provide
updates on projects or to address any questions you may have.

For additional information, call 630-1684.
Bring a neighbor with you!


Jacksonville Women

Invited To April

Luncheon Entitled

'Fabulous Fashions'

All area ladies are invited to attend the
Mandarin Christian Women's Club April
Luncheon "Fabulous Fashions" on Tuesday, April
4, 2006 at the Ramada Inn in Mandarin.
The luncheon and will be held from 12:00 -
1:30 p.m. Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
Peggy Johnson, owner of the Petunia Patch,
will present a fashion show featuring the bou-
tique's designer and maternity clothing. Speaker
Barbara Beardslee, will discuss "Fairy Tales Can
Come True, it Could Happen to You." She isn't
allowed in the kitchen, but offers a successful
recipe for life!
Reservations for Lunch (at cost) and FREE
Nursery can be made by calling Patsy at 287-
2427or Mary at 880-2792.or email pbkwjk@bell-
south.net.











Paqe B-8/March 25, 2006


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Charlotte Stewart, The Florida Star's 'Legend'

Charlotte Dwright Stewart was born in Jacksonville and is a graduate of the esteemed Boylan-Haven High
Sg School, which highly respected as a private all-female boarding school "for the privileged. After graduating from
Florida A & M University, Charlotte did graduate work at the University of Michigan and the University of
Colorado.
SMrs.. Stewart taught Physical Education for
nineteen years before becoming a guidance coun-
_:: selor. She retired from the Duval County public -
school system after serving for thirty-four years.
Mrs. Stewart later worked as Administrative
Aide to Congresswoman Corrine Brown and was
Soon offered the position of Society Editor for The
Florida Star newspaper. Because of great writing
skills and her winning personality, Mrs. Stewart
provided a niche in -the community for the paper
that no other publication has been able to equalize. .
Readers of the Jacksonville black and general com-
Charlotte Stewart munity could not wait for the weekly publication to ..
see pictures and read about blacks in society. Charlotte Stewart (right) receives recognition as a
After twenty years at The Star, Mrs. Stewart retired but is still very active in the Living Legend during the 10th Annual Mayor's
community and has received many honors and awards. She lost her husband and best Neighborhood Summitt.
friend shortly after their sons graduated from Howard University.
Her community.involvement encompasses membership and board positions, including serving on the board of the David H. Dwright Memorial
Committee for Scouting, named after her father, the late David H. Wright. She serves on the Oral Historians of Black Jacksonville board and is
a Sunday school teacher at Historic Mt. Zion AME Church. Her volunteer work and achievements are many. Charlotte Dwright Stewart a
Jacksonville Legend.

Willa Beatrice Brown (1906-1992): First Black Woman Officer in U.S. Civil Air Patrol


As a young high school
teacher in Gary, Indiana,


and later as a social work-
er in Chicago, Willa


STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA IN THE FAMILY COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OF BEAUFORT FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CASE NUMBER: 2
BRENDA-J. KEMP STEPHENS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SUMMONS
LANCE EDWARD STEPHENS,
Defendant.


TO THE DEFENDANT ABOVE-NAMED:

YOU ARE EiEREBY SUMMONED and required to Answer the
Complaint for Divorce in this action, a copy of which is herewith
.served upon you; and. to serve your Answer to said Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney at her offices located at .907 Bay Street. Post
Office Box 2357, Beaufort, South Carolina, 29901-2357, within
thirty (30) days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service. If you fail to Answer the Complaint within the time
aforesaid, Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demand-
ed in the Complaint.


VERNELLI. SCOTT, ESQUIRE
Attorney for the Plaintiff 907
Bay Street P. O. Box 2357 Beaufort, SC
29901-2357 843-522-9841;
Fax: 843-522-3570


BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA
Dated: Art- V,V .2006


Brown felt that her talents
were being wasted. She
sought greater challenges
and adventures in life,
especially if they could be
found outside the limited
career fields normally
open to African
Americans. She decided to
learn to fly, studying with
Cornelius R. Coffey, a cer-
tified flight instructor and
expert aviation mechanic
at one of Chicago's racial-
ly segregated airports. She
earned her private pilot's
license in 1938. Later,
Brown and Coffey married
and established the Coffey
School of Aeronautics at
Harlem Airport in
Chicago, where they
trained black pilots and
aviation mechanics.
Together with
Cornelius Coffey and
Enoch P. Waters, Willa
Brown helped form the
National Airmen's
Association of America in
1939, whose main goal
was to get black aviation


cadets into the United
States military. As the
organization's national
secretary and the president
of the Chicago branch,
Brown became an activist
for racial equality. She
continually lobbied the
government for integration
of black pilots into the seg-
regated Army Air Corps
and the federal Civilian
Pilot Training Program.
(CPTP), the-system estab-
lished by the Civil.
Aeronautics Authority to,
provide a pool of civilian
pilots for use during
national emergencies.
Subsequently, when
Congress finally voted to
allow separate-but-equal'
participation of blacks in
civilian flight training pro-
grams, the Coffey School
of Aeronautics was chosen
for participation in the
CPTP. Brown became the
coordinator for the CPTP
in Chicago. Later, her
flight school was also
selected by the U.S. Army


Lt. Willa Beatrice Brown

to provide black trainees
for the Air Corps pilot
training program at the
Tuskegee Institute.
Willa Brown eventual-
ly became the coordinator
of war-training service for
the Civil Aeronautics
Authority and later was a
member of the Federal
Aviation Administration's
Women's Advisory Board.
She was the first black
female officer in the Civil
Air Patrol and the first
black woman to hold a
commercial pilot's license
in the United States.






Page B-9/March 25, 2006


Jamaica Gets First Female Prime Minister
The country, even though considered a "free" country, highest ranking leader is Queen Elizabeth II, followed by a
Governor-General but the position considered as the highest in the nation, is that of Prime Minister. Portia Simpson-Miller
has been elected as the seventh
and first female prime minister of
FEM A Jamaica..'
-;W FEM A 1 1"The Gleaner reported that
emotions ran high for the election
but the lone female came through
victorious.
Portia Simpson-Miller was Portia Simpson- ,
born in Wood Hall, St. Catherine Miller
Parish, in 1945. She is replacing P. J. Patters.on.
Simpson-Miller has served as the Minister of Local
If You Wpere Impacted by Government and Sport, Minister of Labour, Welfare and
Sports and Minister of Tourism and Sports.
Hurricane Katrina or Rita, The Prime Minister elect holds a Bachelor of Arts in
u y b Eligible r Help I' FE IA public administration from the Union Institute. She was
You May be Eligible for Help) Irom FEMA. also awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters
by the Union Institute.
Portia Simpson-Miller is married to Errald Miller,
Thei dcadlini to regriter ifr formerly CEO of Cable & Wireless Jamaica Ltd.

FFXA a.iisistance is April 10, 20( 6. INVITATION TO SUBMIT RESPONSES TO THE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the District requests that interested parties
There are af lnumlber of disaster proc rams tfr which you respond to the solicitations) below by 3:00 p.m., Thursday, May 11,
2006. Further information is available through Onvia DemandStar at
imay e e liiblc. l he pro ram. include: imnorary www.demandstar.com [(800) 711-1712], or the.District's website at
m www.sjrwmd.com. Proposal packages may be obtained from Onvia
---nl i r ac t DemandStar or the District by calling Alan E. Weaver, CPPB,
housn asitanc replace nt rants for srio Procurement Coordinator at (386) 329-4271.

disaster related needs and home repair not covered by REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NUMBER SK201AA
BANKING AND PURCHASING CARD SERVICES
priv ate insurance, or other assistance programs including
S, s i The District is currently seeking proposals from qualified public
o --intr t disast r loas thlriuh the, Sll depositories interested in providing comprehensive banking service5;
loW-intcrest isstr l S the Ua and operating a purchasing card program. The District intends to
select one financial institution to deliver the services described here-
-BuSIirncS Adlini lSlratiOtl. 10U do not need to complete a in. The objective of the District is to secure the most efficient and
effective banking services while maintaining sufficient liquidity and
S loan application withtlA he SBA to he considered for protection of District's funds.

F -i MA's temporary hoius int assistance or fnmds There is no estimated budget for this project.
iA NON-MANDATORY pre-proposal conference
for certaierc dsrtainastr rled needs you mnay have. is scheduled for 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 18, 2006,
District Headquarters
The pre-proposal conference is intended to provide Respondents the
Call FI'EMA to register Or go online opportunity to receive clarification of any requirement of this
1-800-62 1-FEMA (6:00 a.m.- Midnight daily EST) RequestForProposal.
TTY 1-800-462-7585 District staff will meet at District headquarters at 10:00 a.m., May
25, 2006, to evaluate and rank Proposals. The evaluation committee
h lp :, 1/'1 11V. tf la.gov may request that some or all respondents make an oral presentation
S" in advance of finalizing the rankings. If requested, oral presentations
IMultlinguall operafirs are available will be made at the District's headquarters on May 31, 2006.
Respondents selected for oral presentations will be notified in
advance of the presentation date. Staff's recommendation will be
it'. ?V.iUt' 'iV it' i'fO '.. fuit iS Ltr i(.'.J1. '.' i.''l l f'" s it.'.'C. C Se presented to the Governing Board at its July 11, 2006,.meeting.
W*t'Hri'.' J ti t ''i'Ji, i;' t', litf r l, If r d':,1{l./i -i S) 'tJtl ..*
k')f fiej e ." ti r iyot 1./w i;(l h' l -FE1.4 at J-62-3362 or w frr ote N.r !ic fE Rihl.. Alan E. Weaver, CPPB, Procurement Coordinator or by calling (386)
SE329-4450 (TDD), at least five (5) business days before the date need-
ed.
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Former FAMU First Lady Remembered


As 'Gracious' And 'Extraordinary' Woman


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Antoinette McTurner Humphries


-Antoinette McTumer Humphries, wife of FAMU's eighth president, Dr. Frederick S.
Humphries, was a woman for all seasons.
Florida A&M University's Interim President Castell Vaughn Bryant said, "Mrs.
Humphries was a gracious and extraordinary first lady with an easy smile and a giving
heart. At her husband's side, she gave of herself and her time during the 16 years that he
served as president. Her quiet charm was present at various receptions, student activities,
special affairs and other FAMU events. Her service to students and the community will
certainly be her legacy."
Mrs. Humphries, formerly of Pittsburgh Pa, passed away on March 15, 2006 in
Orlando, Florida. She is survived by her husband Dr. Frederick S. Humphries Sr. her
children Frederick S. Jr.(Kim), Seattle, WA; Robin Tanya Watson (Brian) Orlando, FL;
and Laurence A.(Yvette) Houston, TX; Grandchildren, Brian and Kirsten Watson, Arielle
and Frederick Humphries III, Laurence II and Dylan Gabrielle Humphries; sisters,
Agnes Robinson, Consuelo McTurner, and brother, Leo McTumer of Pittsburgh, PA.
Mrs. Humphries was preceded in death by two sisters, Betty L. Burwell, Ida McTurer
Johnson and her brother Louis J McTurner III.
Antionette McTurner Humphries was born to Ida Miller and Louis J. McTurner who
preceded her in death. The fourth of seven children, she attended St. Richards School (St.
Benedict the Moor), St John the Baptist High School, Central State University and grad-
uated from Tennessee State University.
She supported her husband in his career in higher education and devoted her life to
her children. She graciously served as first lady of Tennessee State University and
Florida A&M University during Dr. Humphries tenure's as president., Her warm heart
and charitable spirit led herto develop and implement many community programs while


at Tennessee State University and Florida A&M University.
Mrs. Humphries was a member of The Girlfriends Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and was one of the founders of the Reston, VA. chapters
of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. and The Links Inc. During Antoinette's tenure (1974-1985) as first lady of Tennessee State University, she served
on the Metropolitan General Hospital Board of Trustees and advocated for Meharry doctors to have access to practice at the Hospital.
She also worked as a patient advocate at Hubbard Hospital, a position that suited her perfectly because she sincerely cared about people.
Antoinette established a bookmobile for the Headstart program, recruited college students to read to inner city children, initiated an annual project
fi.tl the Nashville chapter of the Girlfriends to decorate trees and collect gifts for patients at Hubbard Hospital, volunteered for "Reading is
Fundamental", served on the Board of Grace M. Eaton Childcare and Parent Resource Center, and initiated an annual program for the Nashville
chapter of Jack & Jill of America to decorate the pediatric ward at Hubbard Hospital for Easter.
In addition, Mrs. Humphries was the consummate hostess welcoming foreign and local dignitaries into her home for elegant and memorable
meals, receptions and celebrations. For every home football game, she hosted the visiting college president and their staffs at the President's home:
On many occasions, TSU students stopped by the house to simply comment on how nice it was, stating that they had never seen such a house
before. Without fail, she would welcome the students into her home, give them a tour and prepare them a good, home cooked meal.
During her 17 years as first lady of Florida A&M University (FAMU),Mrs. Humphries was a true friend of and advocate for the arts, humani-
ties and theater programs, and was instrumental in gaining funding for these programs, attended performances, and hosted receptions for perform-
ances, openings and exhibits.
She was recognized for her warm hospitality and extraordinary opening reception for the annual Cluster meeting held during FAMU's
Homecoming weekend. She was also known for opening the President's home to students in need. Mrs. Humphries counseled them on the impor-
tance of completing their education, staying the course and making a contribution to society.
"or this, students loved and admired her. She also recognized the faculty, staff and students who did not often receive recognition for their good
works. Notably, in partnership with the late COL (ret.) Bernard Hendricks, the then director of student activities, they arranged the annual "Toni
Awards", where a committee selected and provided scholarships to students in theatre and provided awards and recognition to faculty and staff who
gave untiringly of their time and efforts to others.
Mrs. Humphries was an integral part of Tallahassee and surrounding communities. She was an avid fan of FAMU's football program
and hosted annuals dinner for the players and coaches. She involved the faculty and staff in the annual "FAMU Christmas Toy Drive"
.for needy families in Gretna, Apalachicola and Tallahassee, and personally delivered these toys to families in these areas. Mrs.
Humphries was also a patron of Rickards High School where she reached out to honor students in the arts and used the President's home
for fundraisers to support the needs and efforts of Rickards.
Over her sixteen years as first lady at FAMU she produced events of significant warmth and elegance for international visitors, advi-
Humphries continued on B-2
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Humphries

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sory groups, delegations from African and European countries, and various federal and state agencies, including the White House. Mrs. Humphries
was a devoted mother always putting her children first and supporting their every endeavor. She was also a doting grandmother, taking every oppor-
tunity to spend time with her grandchildren, whom she loved to spoil. Antoinette was a gregarious, fun loving, and loyal friend, aunt and sister
opening her home and heart to all who needed her. She was a woman of strong faith and convictions. A member of St. Eugene Catholic Church
in Tallahassee FL, She loved her church and her God.
Mrs. Humphries wasrm declining health over the last few years. She was able to live at home surrounded by her family because of the loving
care of her daughter. She will be missed by all whose lives she has touched.
In her memory, donations can be made to either the Antoinette McTurner Humphries Endowed Scholarship Fund, c/o Delores Lewis, Tenneste
State University, Nashville, TN 37209 or to the Antoinette McTurner Humphries Endowed Scholarship Fund, The FAMU Foundation, 200 Lee
Hall, Tallahassee, FL 32307.


Test Your Knowledge of Women's History

1. Who founded Bethune-Cookman College, established the National Council of Negro Women, and
served as an advisor on minority affairs to President Franklin D. Roosevelt?
2. What woman won the Nobel Prize for Literature?
3. What Black woman refused to give up her seat to a White man, in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955,
thus sparking the civil rights movement of the following decade?
4. Who was the first woman to run for President of the United States (1872)?
5. Who opened up social work as a profession for women, and also won the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize .
for her anti-war organizing work?
6. Which Mexican-American woman has repeatedly been the leading money winner .in tlie Ladies .: r
Professional Golf Association?
7. Who was the first woman Poet Laureate of the United States?
8. Who was the first "First Lady" to have developed her own political and media identity?
9. Who wrote the first version of the Equal Rights Amendment, in 1923?
10.. Who was the first Black woman elected to Congress? .
11. What leading suffragist was arrested and convicted of attempting to vote in the 1872 election? '
12. Who was the first Chinese-American woman ever elected to hold a statewide office in the United :A~~ ... :
States? ...
13. What journalist traveled around the world in 72 days in 1890?
14. What woman was turned down by 29 medical schools before being accepted as a student, graduated at the head of her class, and became
the first licensed woman doctor in the U.S.?
15. What former slave was a powerful speaker for the rights of women and Black people?
16. When was the Equal Rights Amendment first introduced into Congress?
17. Who was the last queen of the Hawaiian Islands, deposed because American business interests wanted to annex Hawaii to the U.S.?
18. Which woman was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for holding religious discussion meetings in her home?
19. Who spoke out for the advancement of American Indians' rights from speaker's platforms nationwide and before Congressional commit-
tees in the 1880s?
20. Who drove a stagecoach across the roughest part of the West without anyone knowing until she died that she was a woman?
21. Who was the first Hispanic woman to serve as U.S. Treasurer?
22. Who was the Shoshone Indian woman who served as guide and interpreter on the Lewis and Clark expedition?
23. Who was Chair of the Board and publisher of The Washington Post and Newsweek magazine, and also oversaw six broadcasting stations?
24. About 20,000 women shirtwaist workers staged a strike for better working conditions. Their action was called the "Uprising of the 20,000."
When and where did his strike occur? *
2/5., When did officials of Little League Baseball announce that they would "defer to the changing-social climate" and let girls play on their
teams?
26. As vice president of the United Farm Workers, what woman has been- vital in speaking for civil and economic rights for farm workers
throughout the U.S.?
27. When did Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 go into effect, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in federally funded
.school programs and activities?
28. What woman was invited to teach nuclear physics at Princeton University, even though no female students were allowed to study there?
29. What woman served as a "conductor" on the Underground Railroad, freeing hundreds of southern slaves and leading them.to safety in the
North? A $40,000 reward was offered for her capture.
-30. What woman is credited with helping free more than 2,000 Chinese women and children smuggled into San Francisco to be sold as slaves?
31. Who was the first African-American woman poet to have her works published?
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Andia Winslow, the
first African-American
to compete in the Ivy
League and for Yale
University, and the
first African-American
to compete on the
LPGA in five years,
has accepted a spon-
sor's exemption to the
inaugural Ginn Clubs
& Resorts Open at the
Reunion Resort &
Club, April 24-30.
Winslow will
compete against the
prominent 144-player
field, which is also
expected to include
No.1-ranked LPGA
player Annika
Sorenstam. The field
will be squaring off for
one of the richest purs-
*es in the history of the
LPGA at $2.5 million.
Winslow is the
first African-
American since LaRee
Pearl Sugg in 2001 to
compete on the
LPGA. The Orlando-
area resident is hon-
ored to have the
chance to play.in this
prestigious event.
Winslow was also the
first scholarship recip-
ient for a partial schol-
arship at Yale
University from the
Jackie Robinson
Foundation.
"I'm delighted and
pleased about the
chance to play in the
Ginn Open," Winslow
said. "The city of
Orlando is embracing
the event, I am work-
ing hard on my game
and I'm excited about
the whole experi-
ence."


"Andia is a wonderful
addition to the premiere
field we have at the Ginn
Clubs and Resorts Open,"
said Bobby Ginn, presi-
dent and CEO of Ginn
Clubs & Resorts.
"She is a -trailblazer'
being the first African-
American to play at Yale,
and shows great determi-
nation as she perseveres to
be on the LPGA some day.
We look forward to watch-
ing the Orlando-based
players please the home-
town crowd."
Winslow of Winter
Garden, Fla., is the first
African American to play
varsity golf for Yale
University (2000-03).
A native of Seattle,
Wash., she is a freelance
writer and a documentary
filmmaker. Her uncle is
Pro Football Hall of Famer
Kellen Winslow.
She was the 1999
National Minority Junior
Golfer of the Year, and she
is the first ever African
American, man or woman,
to compete in the Ivy
League.
Winslow, who is cur-
rently playing amateur
tournaments with hopes of
eventually qualifying for
the LPGA, won the
Golfweek Orlando City
Championship in 2005.
She currently works at the
Walt Disney World Golf
Resort and previously was
the part of the golf opera-
tions staff at the Yale
University Golf Course in
2004.
The Pro-Am will be
held on Wednesday, April
26 and the 72-hole compe-
tition will begin Thursday,
April 27 and run through
April 30.


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Legislators Propose Ms. Marvyne


'The Beach Lady'Betsch Highway


Marvyne "The Beach Lady" Betsch


From left are, City Councilwoman Mia Jones, State Representative Audrey
Gibson, State Representative Terry Fields, State Senator Tony Hill at Podium, City
Councilwoman Pat Lockett-Felder and City Councilman Reggie Fulwood.


By Marsha Dean Phelts

Six months after her
demise the spirit of
Marvyne Betsch known as
the Beach Lady continues
to permeate American
Beach from the highway
to the ocean. -
The Beach Lady's
voice fell silent on Labor
Day, ,September 5, 2005,
but her mission to preserve
the Historic African
American Beach continues
to be spread through the
voices of others.
Florida State Senator
Tony Hill and
Representative Terry
Fields who are now in leg-
islative session are spon-
soring bills to designate a
section of the A1A
Highway as ."Ms.
Marvyene 'The Beach
Lady' 'Betsch Highway."
Senate Bill 1738, Section
6, and the companion
Florida House Bill 791,
section 6, designates that a
portion of First Coast


Highway in Nassau
County, be named to honor
the life and legacy of the
Beach Lady. ,
Upon passage of this
bill the Florida
Department of
Transportation is charged
with the erection and
placement of suitable
markers designating "Ms.
Marvyne 'The Beach Lady'
Betsch Highway.
This memorial section


of the Highway begins at
Burney Road and contin-
ues north through the 5500
block at the Julia
Street/Parkway of First
Coast Highway
While these bills seek
full approval from both
houses in the state legisla-
ture, Nassau County
Commissioners unani-
mously voted on March
13, to name the so desig-
nated section of Highway


A1A, a.k.a. First Coast
Highway at American
Beach in honor of The
Beach Lady.
The community is
delighted to have the sec-
tion of A1A at the
American Beach stretch
immortalized in memori-
am of its strongest advo-
cate, Marvyene Betsch and
is most thankful of Senator
Hill, Representative Fields
and their colleagues for
their continued and invalu-
able support.
Also in the' works,
American Beach Property
Owners Association, Inc.,
President Carlton (and his


wife Barbara) Jones are
leading project to erect a
monument in the likeness
of the Beach Lady at the
dune dubbed Little Nana.
The Beach Lady's role in
the preservation of the
American Beach commu-
nity and culture will not be
forgotten.
American Beach and
the Beach Lady are a syn-
onym for each o.tfr.
American Beach gave the
Beach Lady a mission in
life and in time the Beach
Lady gave American
Beach a renewed life for
the twenty-first century.


"If we accept and acquiesce in the face of discrimination, we
accept the responsibility ourselves and allow those responsible to
salve their conscience by believing that they have our acceptance
and concurrence. We should, therefore, protest openly everything 2
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Church and Community
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.As time changes one's
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Arlene Coleman's Passion In Life



Is Serving And Helping Mankind

Jacksonville native Arlene Coleman's first passion in life is being a servant to mankind. Her second passion is education and "giving to those I


can help". She is registered and licensed in the State
of Florida as Pr6fessional Nurse and a Licensed
Funeral Director.
Students at Florida Community College at
Jacksonville (FCCJ) experience a first-hand
encounter with Coleman's passion for education. As
an instructor, she challenges students in her Funeral
Service classes to reach their highest potential. At
Shands Hospital in Jacksonville she serves as
Manager of the Rehabilitation Unit. She is a first-line
administrator in the hospital and is responsible for
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staff and allocates staff.for inpatient and ambulatory
areas.
Before moving into the administrative realm in
her medical career, Coleman. has served a Staff Nurse
and A Charge Nurse in various capacities at
University Hospital in Jacksonville (now Shands) and
Cedars of lebanon in Miami, Fla.
Coleman's zeal to serve and educate goes beyond
the doors of of Shands Hospital and FCCJ.
She also serves as Funeral Director at A.B.
Coleman Mortuary. As Funeral Director, Coleman
directs and makes funeral arrangements and functions
as a grief counselor. She is responsible for daily
operations of a funeral home which includes schedul-
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daily budget operations.
Coleman earned an Associate of Science in
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Mortuary Science from Miami-Dade Community
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Jacksonville University, and a Master of Science in
Nursing from the University of Phoenix. Her profes-
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By Rych McCain
It may be getting old
with me opening up my
last couple of features
with a weather report,
but the temperatures in
southern California
have been uncharacter-
istically cold for the last
five weeks! The 2006
Soul Train Awards, held
at the Pasadena Civic
Auditorium was affect-
ed by those cold temps.
The red carpet arrivals
had a little "life," to it
this year because there
"was," a small crowd
standing to yell and
scream this time when
the limos pulled up.
Last year nobody was
there and the scene was
quiet as a library study
period.
The budget for this
affair seems to get less
and cheaper every year.
For example, last year
the press was fed box
lunches. This year we
had a couple of veggie
trays set out and potato
chips. The print press.
tent had no heat and the
photo press tent was the.
only warm spot on the
grounds. Most of the
stars who came back to
interview and be pho-
tographed by the press


froze .their "tootsies"
off. Keep in mind that
the show is taped inside
the Pasadena Civic
Auditorium but the
auditorium is small and
has no dressing rooms
or space for press
rooms, so those have to
be set up outside on the
grounds. After the stars
win an award, they have
to come outdoors to the
press tents on the
grounds.
SOn the upside, Stevie
Wonder was presented
with a larger-than-life
bust of himself that was
sculptured by famed
painter/sculptor Artis
Lane prior to the show.
The telecast was
hosted by Vivica A. Fox
and Tyrese. Mariah
Carey and John Legend
topped. the evening's
winners with two
awards each, including
Best R&B/Soul Single,
Female for "We Belong
Together," and Best
R&B/Soul Album,
Female for "The
Emancipation of Mimi,"
and Best R&B/Soul
Single, Male for
"Ordinary People," and
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Our prayers, good
wishes and condolences
go out to the family,
friends and-fans of the
late John Matthews,
who recently made his
transition to our ances-
tors following a bout
with throat cancer. He
was an original and life
time member of the
dynamic three man
singing group The


Steppen Stonez, a very
popular, veteran cabaret
act on the Reno, Las
Vegas, Atlantic City cir-
cuit; as well as clubs and
venues around the world.
John was a personal
friend of this columnist
and will be greatly
missed.
Thank You For
Smoking (Fox
Searchlight Pictures)
stars Aaron Eckhart,


Maria Bello, Cameron
Bright, Adam Brody,
Sam Elliott, Katie
Holmes, David
Koechner, Rob Lowe,
William H. Macy, J.K.
Simmons and Robert
Duvall. It was directed by
Jason Retiman and writ-
ten by Christopher
Buckley.
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the art of spin and hype.
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NBC R 11 12 News (CC) NBCNews Fortune Jeopardy! Dateline NBC IN) ( (CC) Law & Order: SVU Conviction "Indebted" 0 News (CC) Sat. Night
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CBS @ 6 9 Connection People-Church Wayman Chap. Refuge Temple Shiloh Baptist IPaid Program CBS News Sunday Morning ( (CC) Face the Nation Paid Program Paid Program
FOX 3 10 13 Church-Christ AME Church Paid Program Awakening Cornerstone (CC) New Life Chrst. Evangl Temple Side Baptist Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program
IND D 3 4 In Touch Discover God's will. The Morning Show (CC) Dimensions Faith Christian Pet Keeping Safari Tracks Paid Program Paid Program
NBC @ 11 12 Paid Program Bethel Baptist Direct Buy New-Christian First Baptist Church Service Meet the Press (CC) Joel Osteen First Baptist Church Special New Homes
PAX C1 12 2 Amazing Facts Feed-Children David Jeremiah Day-Discovery In Touch (CC) Paid Program Schneider Eye Paid Program Church-Christ Paid Program Paid Program
PBS ( 8 5 Read; Rainbow Big Comfy Bob the Builder Clifford's-Days Dragon Tales Big Big World Arthur 0 (El) Maya & Miguel School Matters Capitol Update New Florida A Week-Review
TBN .2 13 59 McClendon Reading-Way Rod Parsley (CC) Central Messg James Merritt New Life David Jeremiah Kenneth Hagin Ed Young Sr. The Coral Ridge Hour (CC)
WB @ 9 7 Midnight Cry Paid Program North Jacksonville Baptist Believer Voice Jesse Duplantis First Baptist Animal Atlas Connection In Tune/Jack. Ultimate Choice Ultimate Choice
COM 65 43 Paid Program Paid Program Hollow Men Hollow Men Hollow Men Hollow Men Mad TV tr CCi Almost Heroes |11981 Chris Farlv Mallhew Perry (CCI
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ESPN 48 34 SportsCenter SportsCenter I il SportsCenter ICCI NBA Matchup SporlsCenter !Oulside Lines Sports Repors SpotsCenter LIVel ICCI
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ABC E5 5 10 Paid Program NBA Nation NBA Basketball Philadelphia 76ers at Indiana Pacers (Live) lndyCar Racing Toyota Indy 300 (Live)
CBS 47 6 9 Paid Program Pistol Pete: The Life and Times of Pete Maravich IFinal Four ICollege Basketball NCAA Tournament Relional Final -- Tearne TBA (Live) fCC1' College Basketball
FOX i~I 10 13 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program NASCAR Racing rJeiel Cup F.OO Cilt 5Ci Fronm 8 5il ,nyol 'i.rifSp Ewa in Bi:oril Ternn i: Li'.e !iC
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FAM 43 23 Full House (CC I) The Sandlot (1993, CCrimed-vDram a Tornm .IGul Mikh Vilir [The Sandlot 2 2005) James Eart Jalone-, C:.ie Evan erWe"- CC Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone i2ii00l
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LIFE 18 28 crazylove 12'i05 Dramal iCC) What Matters Most t2001) Crad Allen Pclly Iv,usumanar, CC, Bastard Out of Carolina i( 199l Jnrniler Jason Leigh (CC) Night of Terror 120051 Premiere
NICK 42 41 Danny Phantom Calscratch 6 Nicktoons TV NicktoonsTV Nicktoons TV INicktoons TV Nickioons TV INicktoonsTV NickloonsTV [Nicktoons TV NicktoonsTV Told by Ginger
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TNT 46 17 ** Angel Eyes 12r:1, Dramai Jennilar Lpe: Jirri Caviezel :CCi I** Along Came a Spider r.2001. Suspeniel M'.lrgan Freeman (CC ** Whal Lies Beneath i'20C0 Harrissun Ford Michelle Pleler eCC)
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ABC j 5 10 ABC News News (CC) Funniest Home Videos Makeover: Home Desperate Housewives Grey's Anatomy 0 (CC) (CC) (CC)Sports Final
CBS A 6 9 College Basketball 60 Minutes (N) 0 (CC) Cold Case Super.zar Without a Trace 6 (CC) CSI: Crime Sen News Stargate
FOX 0) 10 13 Cheers (CC) Cheers (CC) Malcolm iKing of Hill Simpsons War Family Guy. Free Ride News (CC) News (CC) Seinfeld 6 News Sun.
IND F 3 4 News Edition Entertainment Tonight 6 King King CSI: Crime Scn News News Alias "The Indicator" 0
NBC @- 11 12 PGA Golf News (CC) Dateline NBC A (CC) The West Wing (N) (CC) Law Order: CI Crossing Jordan (N) (CC) News (CC) ISports Final
PAX ~3 12 2 Xtreme Fakeovers A Young Blades "Secrets" The Ponderosa (CC) Early Edition 6 (CC) Body & Soul 0f (CC) Live From Liberty
PBS CD 8 5 Best of Pledge Best of Pledge
TBN I 13 59 Jakes Meyer By Force Hayford Joel Osteen Authority Believers Chaiging Praise the Lord (CC)
WB 9 7 RBIBlai lGirifriends Reba(CC Reba (CC) Charmed 6 (CC) Charmed "Repo Manor" Smallville "Whisper" (CC) Star Trek: Enterprise A
COM 65 43 Larry the Cable Guy ** Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie (2L003) Ron White- Fix Stupid Ron White: Fix Stupid South Park Mencia
DISN 22 16 LifeDerek ISuite Life So Raven So Raven |Cow Belles 12006, Comediv Alyson Michalka Phil ILie Derek Suite Lile So Raven
ESPN 48 34 Figure Skating: World Championship._ NBA Basketball Nrew Jersey Nets at Detroll Plisions iS.Live) ICCI Knight School iNr SporlsCenter (Live) (CC)
FAM 43 23 *** Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (20011 ** Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 2001 1 Daniel Raddlitfe Ruperl Grim ICC) 1Grounded
HBO 2 201 ** Alien vs. Predator (20041 Sanaci Ltlhan. t, CCt Entourage IEntourage IThe Sopranos Mayhamr Big Love iNI ]l ICC) Walkout (2010) fi, CCl
LIFE 18 28 Night of Terror 12005) Cheerleader Nation iCCI ** Odd Girl Out 12005) Alexa Vega. Lisa Vidal. ICCI Cheerleader Nation ICCI Medium Pilot a ICC)
NICK 42 41 teen CCI, Drake School IUnfabulous Zoey 101 Romeo! im Full House IFull House Full House IBoss? Boss? IBoss?
SPIKE 61 37 UFC Unleashed as Out of Reach (20C4, Achloni Sieven Seagal Today You Die (2005) Steven Sesaal. Premiere Wildest Police Videos
TBS 17 18 Friends a Friends a4 Friends IFriends My Best Friend's Wedding (19971 (CC) ** My Best Friend's Wedding 11997) (CC)
TNT 46 17 ** What Lies Beneath Law & Order ICC) IDVS) Law & Order (CC) iDVS) |Law & Order ICC!) DV'S Law & Order Maratrion Las Vegas f6 ICCl
USA 64 25 American Pie 2 (20011-Jason- g gs. ICC) American Wedding (20031 Jason Biggs ICCi Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU


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L. Marilyn Crawford's
Primetime OmniMedia put,
on one of the most talked
about Pre-Oscar parties of the
awards season. The setting
was the prestigious Regent-
Beverly Hotel in Beverly
Hills, California. The stand-
ing room only crowd was
comprised of tinsel town's
elite politicians, business
people, entertainers and
trendsetters.
The purpose of the event
was to salute the accomplish-
ments of Academy Awards
Nominees anid emerging
leaders of the Hollywood
elite and to benefit the World
Humanitarian efforts and
NABFEME. The 2006
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Special guests were: Quincy
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Beauvais-Nilon, Gayle King,
Jill Marie Jones, John Salley,
Lauryn Hill (who received
the Sankofa Award), Macy
Gray, Roger Ebert and a host
of athletes and celebrities. DJ
Tony Okungbowa from the
"Ellen Degeneres Show,"
provided the music. Star
vocalist Shanice gave a sur-
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from the attendees who
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TV IN BLACK


HIGHLIGHTS
f EEK OF 03/25/06

TV One
(Jacksonville Comcast
Channel 160)
Weekdays
9 a.m., "B Smith Style"
10 a.m., "Boston Public"
12 noon, "Sho\\wime at the
Apollo"
5 p.m. 7 p.m., "227" &
"Amen" block
7 p.m., "Good Times"
7:30 p.m. & 10 p.m.,
"Martin"
Wednesday
8:30 p.m. $ingletary $ays
- "$ingletary $ays" shows
everybody how they can
"live rich" in an entertain-
ing, humorous, and inci-
sive manner. featuring
best-selling author, syndi-
cated columnist, and
national radio contributor
Michelle Singletary; the
series centers around solu-
tions for families with spe-
cific financial tribulations


Sartudlas
7 a.m. "Sweating in the
Spirit" Get fit with
Donna Richardson Joyner,
www.donnarichardson.co
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11 a.m. "Patti Labelle"

4:00pm "Inside the
Congressional Black
Caucus" a one-hourpub-
lic affairs program giving
you the inside scoop from
a black perspective of the
political activity in the
nation's capital.

Black Family Channel
Daily
Monday Saturday, 5 a.m.
- 8 a.m. & Sunday 5 a.m. -
3 p.m., "M-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 of


Jacksonxille.
II 'eekdai's
8:00 p.m., "Inside
Hollywood"
8:30 p.m., -Pilot Central"
- This is your opportunity
to judge the next TV hit!
Which comedy, sitcom.
drama or short film \\ill
make the cut? "Pilot
Central" is a new half hour
series that samples and
showcases new program-
ming ideas.
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., nCbntrast A
celebrity-focused enter-
tainment and lifestyle
show.
Monday
8 p.m., "Gospel Video
Countdown"
Tuesday
3 p.m., "The Thou$and
Dollar Bee" Fourth and


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If you love slick talking
and smooth, hard-to-
refute arguing; this film
will light your fire. Nick
Naylor (Eckharfl is a
member of the fictional
Academy of Tobacco
Studies and is a lobbyist
for big tobacco. It is his
job to go on TV, radio,
attend press conferences,
various public or civic
events to whatever, sell-
ing the concept that
smoking is OK. When he
encounters anti-smoking
proponents in a debate
setting, he rips them apart
with dazzling lies, while


t\ listing statements
around to favor his view-
point. Naylor is a master
at the art.of "spinning."
i.e., to convey informa-
tion or cast another per-
son's remarks or actions,
in a biased or slanted way
so as to favorably influ-
ence public opinion.
Naylor does have his
hands full with several
sticky situations and
some pretty capable and
worthy opponents. This
film is jam packed with
big name stars who all
hold their own when it's
their turn in the spotlight.
If this film does not gen-


erate big box office, it
will definitely create a
cult following.
R&B singer Chris
Brown ("Run It," and
"Yo, Excuse Me Miss"),
will make his acting
debut in a cameo appear-
ance on UPN's One On
One, Monday, March 27,
8pm ET/PT or check your
local listings.
I'd love to hear from
you via
feedbackrych@sbcglob-
al.net and for more pho-
tos check out \w\-\ .berna-
gency.photoreflect.com.
Maat-Hotep!
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