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Police Will Face Murder Charges
In Death Of Elderly Georgia Lady
Ms. Kathryn Johnson, 92
According to the Fulton
County, Georgia prosecu-
The Mega Millions
lottery Jackpot will be
$91 million. The next
drawing will be Friday.
Over 5,000 Years
An eternal embrace.
ROME, Italy This cou-
ple was unearthed by arche-
ologist outside Mantua,
about 25 miles south of the
romantic city, Verona where
Shakespeare set the stage
for his epic writing,
"Romeo and Juliet."
The prehistoric pair are
believed to have died young
about 5,000 to 6,000 years
ago. They were discovered
nine days before Valentine's
Day, still embracing.
Uncle gets 30
Years in Prison
Willie Davis, Jr., uncle
of Dreshawna Davis, the 8-
year-old who was killed
up the home of
30 years. The shooting took
place because they were
angry with him for humili-
ating Rasheen Dubose.
mother's testimony on his
behalf. the judge felt Willie
instigated the shooting that
caused the death.
tors, the three police officers
who were involved in a shot
out with a 92-year-old
woman at her home, will
have murder charges filed
District Attorney Paul
Howard indicated in a letter
that the case will be present-
ed to a grand jury on
February 26 against Officer
Gregg Junnier and the two
other officers involved.
According to the letter,
Junnier would be charged
with felony murder as well
as counts of violation of
oath, burglary,m criminal
assault and false imprison-
Ms. Kathryn Johnson
died and the three officers
were all wounded on
November 21, 2006 when
the officers used a no-knock
warrant to search for drugs
at her Atlanta home.
When the officers
entered her home without
announcing who they were,
Ms. Johnson fired at them
and they returned fire,
Suspect in Northside
Arrested in Virginia
Lamont Trevor Asberry, 22, wanted as a suspect for the
murder of Pamela Shrowder, 36, on January 6, was appre-
hended Wednesday in Virginia. According to witness.
Asberry opened fire on a group of people standing outside a
home on the northside when one of the persons yelled for
him to slow down. Pamela Shrowder 36, the mother of four,
died at the scene. The Sheriffs department was able to
locate the car but it was not owned by Asberry and the owner
was believed to not be aware of the car being used in the
Asberry will be returned to Jacksonville.
Dorothy and Willis Hughes
Celebrate 60th Anniversary
... .- .. ...
Willis and Dorothy Hughes celebrated their 60th wedding
anniversary with a family outing to Daytona Beach, Florida.
They will enjoy an extended trip this summer. They were
married on February 8, 1947 in Leesburg, Florida. Their
children are: Brenda Butler, Jacksonville, FL; Anthony
Hughes, Tallahassee, FL; Donald and Willis Hughes,
Oakland and Manteca, CA; Adrian Batiste, Atlanta, GA; and
Leslie Greenhill, Detroit Michigan. The Hughes' have eleven
Suit at WalMart
A California federal
appellate court upheld a
2004 federal-court ruling
granting class-action status
to a lawsuit alleging
Walmart engaged in sys-
temic gender discrimina-
tion in pay and promotions.
The suit was originally filed
by six women in 2001 and
could involve up to 1.6 mil-
lion former and current
employees. This would
cost the company billions in
Stopping the violence is where he will begin his focus
New Faith Based Leader's
Goal is to Stop the Violence
Rev. Rudolph Porter resigned as pastor
of Irvin Hill Baptist Church in Valdosta,
Georgia on the first Sunday in February
2007 giving him the ability to put all of his
energies, heart and soul to place his city of
birth, Jacksonville, back on track.
As a 1969 graduate of Raines High
School and raised in the Durkeeville area
with eight brothers and sisters, Rev. Porter
has strong feelings and maximum faith
about Jacksonville and is ready to get to
work on making a.change, even though he
has not lived here for more than twenty
years, he still calls Jacksonville home.
When discussing his new position and
how it relates to a pastorship, he said the
position of Leader of the Office of Faith and
Community Based Partnership gives him a
much bigger platform to perform in the
manner he has been led to believe and
trained to perform.
Rev. Porter is a man who relies on his
experiences and the doors that have been
opened for him. This gives him strength and
courage as a male who lived in Durkeeville
when the floors and walls were made of con-
crete, moving to Adams Street and graduat-
Rev. Rudolph Porter is new leader of the Office
of Faith and Community Based Partnership
ing from Raines at a time when the city was
experimenting by hiring teachers with mas-
ters degrees, the top coaches in football and
basketball, the top music director and a prin-
cipal with a Ph.D. The experiment proved
that when you have top leaders, you can
reach the top, and the graduates of Raines
did. He graduated from Bethune Cookman
College and was afforded the opportunity to
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Blamed for Cover Up
In Sexual Assaults
ALLENTOWN, Pa. It is reported that teachers and administrators at Central
Elementary School knew that a 12-year-old had been accused of going into a bathroom stall
and sexually assaulting a first-grade boy but they did not report the matter to the police.
They allowed the 12-year-old to remain at the school where he sexually assaulted three
Parents have filed a $15 million federal lawsuit against the school system and are
demanding that the superintendent be fired.
The parents feel that it should not be difficult under the law for parents to hold a school
system responsible for the safety of their children.
The school system denies wrongdoing and has asked for the case to be dismissed.
However, they have not denied that the assaults occurred. The school is located in one of
the state's poorest school districts.
litigation and related fees as
well as damage their reputa-
tion. The suit was filed
based on findings that
Walmart violated Title VII
of the 1964 Civil Rights
Former and current
employees could join in the
suit if they meet four
requirements: Numerosity -
class is so numerous that
joinder of all members is
ality there are questions of
law or fact common to the
class; Typicality the
claims or defenses of the
representative parties are
typical of the claims; and
parties will fairly and ade-
quately protect the interests
of the class.
Barbara McNair Dies at 72
Barbara McNair, the pioneering
black singer-actress who hosted her own
TV variety show and starred with Sidney
Poitier in the early 1970s, has died after a .
battle with throat cancer. She starred with "
Elvis Presley in 1969 and as Poitier's
wife in 1970 in "They "Call Me Mister Tibbs."
FDA Approves Nonprescription Diet Pill
If you are anxious to lose the extra pounds, you now
can get help by using the first government-approved
nonprescription diet pill. The FDA said the fat-block-
ing weight-leTss pill Orlistat which was only available
by prescription, can now be sold in a reduced strength
version, over the counter under the name Alli. The
pill is a product of Roche Holding AG and is intended
for people 18 and older to be used along with proper
low-fat diet and exercise.
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Katrina Recovery in Major Need of National
Marc H. Modal
President and CEO of the National Urban League
MAY E. FORD
BETTY ASQUE DAVIS
This year's State of the
Union Address by President
George W. Bush offered lit-
tle hope for the thousands of
New Orleanians who fled the
city in the wake of Hurricane
Katrina and never returned
and those who did return
home. Not a reference to the
tragedy that halved the popu-
lation and left in the region
in ruins was made.
What a difference over
one and one-half years make
after the president vowed to
restore New Orleans to its
former and greater glory in a
poignant speech in historic
Jackson Square with much
of.the city under water and
the National Guard
But Capitol Hill
Democrats are hardly great
saviors of New Orleans.
They also failed to reference
Katrina in their response to
the president's State of the
Union. They put nothing in
their first 100 hours agenda
that addressed the rebuilding
of the Gulf Coast Region.
Not until the press and
activists noted the glaring
absence of Katrina in the two
parties' recent addresses did
they begin to do anything.
But better late then never, I
guess. Still. How interesting
that Senate Democrats
would hold a field hearing
on the rebuilding efforts in
New Orleans not too long
after the hubbub, and that a
presidential candidate would
be present. CNN even sug-
CLARA FRANCES McLAUGHLIN
gested that the road to the
White House in 2008 may
very .well go though my
I can only hope and pray
that that's not true. And that
lawmakers are casting atten-
tion to the debacle that is the
Katrina recovery because
they want to do something
about it and not just react-
ing for fear it'll hurt their
political prospects. They
should be there because it's
the right thing to do. The vic-
tims of Katrina cannot be
forgotten and should never
be used as some kind of
political football being
tossed about to win elec-,
By most accounts, the
rebuilding of New Orleans
has been a slow and tortur-
ous process marked by insuf-
ficient coordination, unnec-
essary political infighting,
and a great deal of both
human and institutional suf-
fering that continues to this
President Bush appointed
a rebuilding czar in Donald
Powell but he failed to give
him any power. Powell is
merely a diplomat assigned
to ensuring that the local,
state and federal govern-
ments play. nice with each
other. There is little coordi-
nation between the various
federal, state and local agen-
cies charged with cleaning
up the city. Mississippi is
entitled to as much federal
aid as Louisiana even though
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it wasn't as hard-hit because
Congress decided to cap aid
a single state could get. How
illogical is that? And state
and local officials Gov.
Kathleen Blanco and Mayor
Ray Nagin have hardly
risen to the occasion and
taken the reins of the recov-
ery. Any wonder why New
Orleans is still a wreck and
its current and former resi-
dents are. still suffering?
Does anyone really care
about losing one of our
nation's greatest cities?
In aNew York Times col-
umn, from January, Bob
Herbert summed up the situ-
ation perfectly. "If you talk
to public officials, you will
hear about billions of dollars
in: aid being funneled
through this program or that.
The maze of bureaucratic
initiatives is dizzying. But
when you talk to the people
most in need of help -- the
poor, the elderly, the dis-
abled, the children -- you
will find in most cases that
the help is not reaching
them. There is no massive
effort, no master plan, to
bring back the people who
were driven from the city
and left destitute by
Katrina," he wrote.
Back in July during our.
2006 annual conference, I
suggested that our nation's
leaders convene a national
summit on rebuilding the
It's time to. assemble
America's greatest minds,
with its most.powerful lead-
ers and resolve to get the job
done. I'm asking for the
development of a 12- to 24-
month action plan to reinvig-
orate recovery and rebuild-
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ing as well as ensure greater
coordination and collabora-
tion going forward than
there has been in the past.
I must say that I am
encouraged that the
Congressional Black Caucus
called upon U.S. House -
Speaker Nancy Pelosi to cre-
ate a select House committee
on Katrina. Maybe this will
light a fire in Washington
under efforts to bring New
Orleans back to life:
I am making a call for the
collective leadership on the
federal, state'and local levels:
to ensure the survival of one
of our -nation's greatest
cities. Instead of finding
fault and pointing fingers,
I'd rather get our collective
wits around the table to.
address this debacle before it
becomes our nation's great-.'
est shame.' As Sen. Joseph
Lieberman, who chaired the
recent Katrina hearing, said,.,
the days of playing "gotcha"
over the Katrina recovery.
The wealthiest nation in
the world can" spend
unprecedented amounts of
money to rebuild Iraq but
cannot save one of its great-
est and most colorful cities? ..
That's downright pathetic. In
a recent editorial, the, Neir,.
York Times observed that the
current state of New Orleans :
is a "sad monument to impo-
tence" of the 'world's last
What does that say about
our nation's priorities? We
must act now or risk allow-
ing New Orleans t6o become
an ugly footnote in history.
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"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"
Saint Gabriel's Episcopal Church Develops
Strategic Plan at Retreat
Father Eddie Jones, Vicar at Saint Gabriel's assist-
ed by his wife Mrs. Janine Jones facilitated a retreat
for the members of Saint Gabriel's Episcopal at Camp
Weed and Cerveny Conference Center, the camp site of
the Diocese of Florida located in Live Oak, Florida.
The purpose of the retreat was to develop a strategic
plan for the future of their church located in northwest
According to church leader Dr. Norma Solomon
White, "The genesis of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
was on April 28, 1964 in the chapel of the late Leon
Bland's Funeral Home. In 1965, the church moved into
a building on the site of the present church. The present
edifice became a reality in 1982. The dedication of the
New Church was held on May 21, 1983. For more than
forty years, St. Gabriel's has been a vital part of the
SNorthwest Quadrant and the Jacksonville Community."
The focus of the weekend led by Father and Mrs.
Jones was to explore and to discover how church mem-
bers can best carry out their unique purpose and con-
tribute their unique gifts to one another as a Christian
community and to the world. Former Senior Warden,
Dr. Alvin G White, whose vision it was, for the church
to go on the retreat stated that "the attendees also
focused on an outreach program designed to develop
strategies to increase the membership at St. Gabriel's,
involve the youth as well as renew efforts to move
toward parish status."
"The Song of St. Gabriel" was the theme of the
Retreat with Isaiah 49:1 as the scripture reference. In
that scripture reading Isaiah reminds us that even
before we were born God knew'our names. Father
Eddie challenged participants to grow both as individ-
uals and as a church and to reach out in love to the
world around us. Members are called to listen and to
recognize God's song for each member and for St.
Gabriel's. Members were continuously asked "What is
your song" during the Retreat?
"Through large group and in small group settings,
those who attended the Retreat reflected upon our God-
given purpose, gifts and strengths both as individuals
and as a church body. The group discussed and formed
Focus Groups for developing goals and new direction
foi St. Gabriel's congregation. Singing, worship, shar-
ing and fellowship were vital components of the
Retreat. Participants departed from the weekend with a
renewed sense of purpose and vision for St. Gabriel's
Episcopal Church," reports Dr. Norma Solomon White.
Located at 5235 Moncrief Road, Jacksonville,
.Florida 32208, the church has Sunday school at 9:30
a.m. and morning worship at 10:00 a.m. each week.
Brunch is served immediately after service. The public
is invited to join us for worship every Sunday.
Dr. Norma Solomon White further reports, "Plans
are being made to begin an after school tutorial and test
preparation program at the church. Interested commu-
nity schools and families should call the church at (904)
765-0964, leave a call back number and someone will
respond to telephone messages". Father Eddie Jones,
Vicar and Earl Sims, Senior Warden state, "Focus
Groups are meeting monthly to further develop and
implement the plans made."
Members are excited about the success of the retreat
which included adults and youth.
Ebony Fashion Fair Arrives on the First Coast
The 49th Annual EBONY FASHION FAIR,
STYLISHLY HOT hosted by Alpha-Jax
Foundation, Inc. to benefit the community projects of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, Gamma Rho
Omega Chapter at the Florida Theatre was as always
a smashing success. The fashions were elegant, daz-
zling and as SYLISHLY HOT as the Ebony promoters
said it would be. If you weren't there you missed a glo-
rious evening of entertainment and gorgeous, gorgeous
Kudos to my Alpha Kappa Alpha sisters!
Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming
events. Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me
directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone (904) 285-9777
or fax (904) 285-7008.
See you in the paper!
Photos by J. Carl Davis, Sr. unless otherwise noted.
Focus Group (seated I to r) Sammie Aikens, Mrs. Linda Belton, Mrs.
Diane Sims, Mrs. Angela Kitchings, Mrs. Lorine Jordan. (Standing) Dr.
Focus Group (seated 1 to r) Mesdames Yvette Thomas, Maude
Henderson, Elizabeth West, Andretta Aikens, and Irene Wilson.
(Standing) Mrs. Brenda White and Marvin Badger.
Focus Group Mesdames Mary Sewell, Jacquelyn Williams, Bertha Father Eddie Jones presenting workshop.
Padgett, Leila Aikens, and Rosabelle Johnson.
St. Gabriel's Retreat attendees and guests.
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Whitlocke, Norma White, Gwendolyn Leapheart. (Standing) Earl Sims.
Mesdames Janine Jones and Ann Hurst assessing the morning ses-
Dr. Alvin White and Mrs. Bertha Padgett interacting in pairing activ-
Emcee's: Bryan Kelly, WJXT, the local station, member of the
Morning show Alpha Kappa Alpha member/Reporter and Mrs. Joyce
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Faith In Our Community
Schedule ofEvents and Services
SAINT PAUL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH OBSERVES FOUNDERS'S DAY 6910 New
Kings Rd, Sunday, February 11, 2007 at 7:30 a.m. and 10:55
a.m. The Rev. marvin Zanders, II, Saint Paul's anointed pas-
tor will preach both services. Plate dinners sold after 10:55
a.m. worship service..
ABYSSINIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH is host-
ing a candidates forum on Thursday March 1, 2007, 7:30pm
at 10325 Interstate Center Drive. ALL CANDIDATES ARE
INVITED!!! RSVP Required. To RSVP.or for more informa-
tion, email Mr Fred Matthew's at email@example.com
SENIOR WOMEN'S MINISTRY 3rd ANNUAL BRIDE
OF JESUS CANDLELIGHT CELEBRATION, third
Sunday, February 18th at 6:00 p.m. The guest speaker is
Pastor T. L. Cole, West Friendship Missionary Baptist
Church. Come and join us at Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist
Church, 2036 Silver St., R. L. Gundy, Pastor.
THE ST. NICHOLAS BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH,
located at 2606 San Diego Rd., Jacksonville, FL announces
the celebration of their 127th Church and 14th Pastor
Anniversary beginning Sunday, February 25 Sunday, March
4, 2007. Rev. Dr. Richard W. Jackson, Pastor. Theme: We are
Striving to Build a Strong, Steadfast, Partnership With Christ!
THE WEST UNION- MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH, located at 1605 West Beaver St., will celebrate
107th Anniversary of the Church and 3rd of Pastor Leroy C.
Kelly, on February 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th, 2007 at 4 p.m.
Each service will feature a different guest speaker. We cor-
dially invite the community to join with us in the joint
anniversary celebration. Theme for the anniversary "My
Grace is Sufficient for Thee," song, "Amazing Grace."
MOTHER JESSIE M. WHITE 12th ANNIVERSARY -
GENESIS BAPTIST CHURCH, located at 2415 McDuff
Ave, Jacksonville, FL, Rev. Kevin Honor, Pastor. February
18th at 6:30 p.m. Special Guest; The Fabulous White singers,
sonny rose golden Tones Rejoice Singers Bro. Al Andres, sis-
ter of Praise, New Creations, New Testament, Royal
Spirituals, Christian Brothers, God's Spiritual Gifts, Jerry
Cannon and the Caravans, Emanuel Church of the Living
God and Elder Robert Jackson and The Spirit Travelers. For
more info, call sister Claudia Campbell at (904) 708-4776.
THE LITTLE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH FAMILY
invites 'you to attend the Sunday School Anniversary on
Sunday, February 18, 2007 at 9:30 a.m. and the 104th Church
Anniversary from February 21-23 at 7:30 p.m. nightly and
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Sunday February 25th 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Rev. Randy
L. Sewell, Pastor. The church is located at 1418 Van Buren St,
Jacksonville, FL. Call 356-2525 for more information.
GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH of
Northside will celebrate the 31st Anniversary of our Pastor,
Dr. Landon L. Williams, Sr. Banquet is Saturday, February
10, 2007 at 5:00 p.m. at the Philippian Community Church
Multipurpose Center. Tickets are $40. Pastor Anniversary
Worship will be held at Greater Macedonia Baptist Church,
located at 1880 West Edgewood Ave, Sunday, February
11th, the spoken word by pastor John Guns of St. Paul
Missionary Baptist Church at 4 p.m. and Sunday, February
18th spoken word by Pastor Ernie Murray, Sr., of St. Thomas
Missionary Baptist Church at 4 p.m. For information call
REVIVAL SERVICES AT GREATER HALL TEMPLE
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST with Dr. Nassir Saddiki of
Tulsa, OK, Sunday, February 25th Wednesday, February
28th. Sunday services will be held at 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday will be held at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Saddiki is
currently teaching wisdom success principles from the work
of God at the wisdom Center in Tulsa, OK.
THE DIANE REID "SAVE THE YOUTH" SHOW &
GOSPEL MUSIC SPECIAL ALL MONTH on Channel
98 (on Adelphia) in Brunswick, GA and surrounding areas
every Monday, February 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th at 8:00 p.m.
- 9:00 p.m. Call (912) 267-6448 for more information.
BETHESDA FAITH ASSEMBLY BLACK HISTORY
MUSIC AND POETRY CELEBRATION 600 East 4th St,
Jacksonville, FL. February 11th at 4 p.m. Rev. Ronnie Cohen,
Pastor. Special Guest; Stephanie Vanterpoll, Rejoice Gospel
Singers, Touch Gospel Singers, Jessie and The Miracles,
Johnnie Ruth Anderson, Roderick Ingram, Sr., Sam Adams,
Singing Trumpets, Bethesda Faith Assembly. For more info
call Minister Donnell K. Wyatt at 551-1622.
GREATER GRANT A.M.E. CHURCH CELEBRATES
SCOUTING 100th YEAR ANNIVERSARY Boy Scouts
Pack and Troop 175 celebrates Sunday, February 18th at the
11:00 worship service with Speaker Eagle Scout C. Ronald
Belton, The Pack and Troop 175 is asking every Boy and Cub
Scout Pack and Troop in the city to participate. Call Joyce
Couch at (904) 366-6091 for more information.
DEACONESS SEMINAR CHRISTIAN WOMEN
GROWING SPIRITUALLY- The Deaconess Ministry of
New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church will host their
annual seminar Saturday, February 24, at 10 a.m. Speaker,
Sister Leola Givens of Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church.
Church is located at 1824 Prospect St., Rev. Eric Lee, M. The
Pastor, Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus.
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FOUNDER'S FAITH BIBLE
Matthew's Campus a
Instructor Samuel L. Roberts, presents
"The Over Coming Life; Paul's Letters to the Romans"
February 26, 2007 thru May 20, 2007
Call (904) 994-1044, (904) 779-7707 or Fax (904) 778-0316
Dr. Harry J. Johnson, President (904) 696-1788, Angela Green,
Campus Director (904) 225-9900 or (904) 225-8208.
(Can be credit towards Bachelor or Master's Degree)
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ALLEN, Linda F., died
February 3, 2007.
M., died February 1,
BERRY, Eunice, died
January 31, 2007.
BRADLEY, Robert T.,
Sr., died February 6,
BRYANT, Mildred, died
February 4, 2007.
COLMON, Willie M.,
95, died February 5,
COOPER, Clinton, died
February 5, 2007.
CURRY, Lillie Mae, died
February 1, 2007.
DORSEY, Freddie B.,
died January 30, 2007:
GLENN, Corey S., died
January 30, 2007.
GOODE, Catherine, 74,
died February 2, 2007.
HILL, Mac Rene, died
February 1, 2007.
JACKSON, Alice Mae,
died Jatiuary 31, 2007.
JERIDO, Evelyn, died
January 30, 2007.
JOHNSON, Joe, died
February 1, 2007.
McCARTHY, Eric, 30,
died February 4, 2007.
died February 2, 2007.
died January 28, 2007.
NORRIS, Bruce, died
January 30, 2007.
PRATT, Herbert, died
January 31, 2007.
SIMS, Sam, died
February 3, 2007.
STEWARD, Daisy, died
January 31, 2007.
TAYLOR, Albert, 78,
died February 5, 2007.
THOMPSON, Paul, died
February 4, 2007.
WALKER, Rachel, 88,
died January 31, 2007.
WILLIAMS, Keaver S.,
85, died February 2,
WRIGHT, Gloria, died
February 1, 2007.
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"Come and Worship With Us"
New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
Sunday School .....................................9:30 a.m .
Sunday Morning Worship .....................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays
(Old Sanctuary).................................. 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting.............. ....... 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study .............. 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus
(904) 764-5727 Church
Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School .................8:45 a.m.
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30'p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor
Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
2036 Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
(904) 354-7249 Church
Bible Power Enrichment Hour
Sunday School 9:15 10:15 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Noonday Prayer 12 Noon
Inspiration Wednesday Worship Service...................6:00-8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, Youth Bible Study & Activities
MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ died for our sins...was buried and Rose again" (see 1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
"Call or Write Mt. Charitfor FREE Sunday School Outlines"
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)
GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Fla. 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00. p.m.
Thursday Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"To everything there is a season
and a time to eiery purpose under the
heaven. A time to be born, and a time
to die. "--Ecclesiastes 3:1-2.
No one wants to talk about death
and funerals. Too depressing.
Unfortunately, death is a fact of life
and there simply is no way to avoid it.
For indeed there is a "time to be born
and a time to die."
You may want a traditional funer-
al service with visitation and a member
of the clergy conducting services at a
church or a funeral home. Would you
want an open or closed casket? Maybe
you want a special friend to do the
eulogy or family members to read
scripture passages or poetry. Any
First, you should shop around and
talk to a few funeral directors. Yes, let
your lingers do the walking-comparing
prices for such things as casket.
embalming, ant the cost for profes-
Reta;t oni-otop Ahoppmg,. 'lnctt
can include such things as prayer
cards, thank-you notes, and guest reg-
isters-they add up quickly. Many opt
for the funeral home in their neighbor-
hood for personalized services.
Decide on body disposition.
Burial or cremation? If earth burial, a
cemetery plot should be purchased; if
above ground, a mausoleum crypt. If
cremation is the choice, plan disposi-
tion of the ashes. Do you want them
stored in a columbarium niche or
buried? Maybe you prefer to have your
An option some people take is to
donate organs and tissues to a medical
school. (Have a donor card and check
If you would rather have a memo-
rial service, express that wish.
A.B. COLEMAN MORTUARY, INC.
"Our Aim Is Not to Equal, But Excel"
5660 Moncrief Rd,*
Pentecostal Church of God
"Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don't"
Elder Joseph Rice
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship 12:00 Noon & 7:00 p.m.
Bible Study Tuesday & Friday----- 7:00 p.m.
(912) 267-6395 (912) 996-4864 Cell
2705 MLK Blvd., Brunswick, GA 31520
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V Ji 2007 THE' STPAGE
New Faith Based Leader
Continued fiom A-i
take his first air flight because of a
scholarship. It was not a short
flight, he went to Israel.
He said that his Raines High
School experience gave him an
The new Faith Based leader feels
his experience as Deputy Mayor for
Community Affairs for 12 years,
while still employee with GMC pro-
vided him the knowledge and forti-
tude to forge ahead through the
Office of the Mayor, to make
Jacksonville one of the safest cities
in the nation. He is seeking the help
of all of the city's churches through
the pastors; the community leaders,
business persons, schools and organ-
izations, to make this goal a reality.
He said that Jacksonville is a city of
800,000 and it will not be difficult to
form a committee to Stop Violence
in our community. Stopping the vio-
lence is where he will begin his
.When advised that many church-
es and nonprofit organizations see
his office as a place to get money and
may see his effort to stop the vio-
lence as a form of neglecting their
cry for financial assistance, he
responded that the ability to provide
larger grants will be available
through the platform he is forming
for all to get involved.
Porter said that everyone will be
given two questions if they wish to
be a part of or a recipient of the Faith
and Community Based Partnership
and make the necessary changes.
The first question is: "What can I do
to help stop the violence? The sec-
ond question is: "What can you, the
organization I represent, do to help
stop the violence? He has a form
prepared with the two questions.
"With every one joining in this
effort, we will stop the violence,
increase literacy, economic develop-
ment, the quality of life, and public
safety while streamlining govern-
ment" said Porter.
He told of a country and western
musician who visited his office last
week and asked, "What can I do?"
He left, wrote a song, had it copy-
righted and produced a CD, spending
his own $500, as an unemployed cit-
'izen from St. Augustine.
The sooner we all understand
that we can play a role and that the
high murder rate is affecting us per-
sonally, our churches, our homes,
our jobs, our families, the sooner we
will get control of our communities
and can join Eli Grimes in his song
written just for the Jacksonville met-
ropolitan community when he
speaks of violence, said Rev. Porter
"No More We Have Won!
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NOTICE TO PUBLIC
February 12, 2007
NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO CONSOLIDATED PLAN-ACTION PLAN
24 CFR Part 91.505 requires an amendment be made to the Consolidated Plan-Action Plan whenever
changes occur in the way the jurisdiction carries out its activities, and the changes be made available for
public comment. In compliance with this regulation, the City of Jacksonville's Community Development
Division of the Planning and Development Department announces the following revisions that may include
the use of program income and unexpended balances remaining from completed or cancelled projects
approved in previous years:
Jacksonville Economic Development Commission (JEDC)- $25,000- CDBG program income funds will
be used to pay the loan servicing fees for loans originated with CDBG funds.
I. M. Sulzbacher- $21,500 CDBG funds will be used for administrative cost fpr programs at the homeless
shelter located at 611 E. Adams Street. Funds will be allocated from reprogrammed funds.
Family Nurturing Center of Florida $12,000- CDBG reprogrammed funds will be used for renovations to the
Family Nurturing facility located at 133 W. 9th Street, in the Springfield Neighborhood. The Family Nurturing
Center provides services to disadvantaged young children and families.
Springfield Facade Proqram $132,099.15- Jacksonville Housing Commission (JHC) is proposing to transfer
$132,099.15 from HUD Activity # 3027 Springfield Historic Acquisition and Rehabilitation Program (SHARP)
to the Springfield Fagade Program HUD Activity #3026 for owner-occupied housing rehabilitation activities
within the Historic Springfield District. JHC ended the Springfield Initiatives Programs and these funds are
being reallocated to assist the remaining 15 low and moderate-income homeowners who are currently
awaiting rehabilitation assistance in Springfield. Eligible rehabilitation activities include, but are not limited to,
the following: Roofing, Porches, Windows, Exterior Doors, Exterior Paint, Structural Repairs, and Lead-Based
Paint Testing & Remediation.
Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Areas (Project #002680) $700,000:
These CDBG funds will be reprogrammed to the following projects:
I. M. Sulzbacher $150,000- CDBG funds will be allocated to this project for building renovations. An
additional $110,250 of reprogrammed CDBG funds will also be added to the original budget of $375,000 to
assist with the total renovation cost of $635,000.
The Jacksonville Housing Commission has allocated the remaining $550,000 in CBDG funds to the agencies
listed below under CFR 92.9, designated by the HOME Investment Partnerships program and certified them
as Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) to carry out neighborhood revitalization
activities. These activities are eligible under 570.204 (a)(1)(2)(iii).
Metro North, CDC $150,000- CDBG funds will be used for development subsidies for new home
construction of affordable housing for low to moderate income persons in the Brentwood Neighborhood area.
Northwest Jax., CDC $200,000- CDBG funds will be use for development subsidies for new home
construction of affordable housing for low to moderate income persons in the 29th and Chase Neighborhood
Habitat Resources of Duval County, Inc. $200,000- CDBG funds will be used for material cost for new
home construction of affordable housing for low to moderate income persons city-wide.
The original Consolidated Plan-Action Plan is available for review at the Community Development Division,
128 East Forsyth Street, Suite 600, Jacksonville, Florida'32202, and all public libraries. Comments from
affected citizens regarding the revisions are welcome and should be submitted in writing to Kenneth M.
Pinnix, Chief, Community Development Division at the above address no later than March 13, 2007. Once
the 30-day comment period has passed, these activities will be amended into the document.
Michael J. Saylor AICP
director of PlanBing & Development Depa
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Unique "Touch Tour"
Brings Art To Blind Students
Getting a better vision by touching the art
-- If you've ever been to
an art museum, you
know the number one
rule: do not touch! That
is, unless you had a
chance to be on a unique
tour at the Cummer
Museum of Art and
Gardens on Monday
With every fin-
gertip, gliding over
ridges and curls, the
image grew clearer. The
first visitors to see the
Cummer Museum's new
exhibit -- didn't use their
eyes at all.
"It's like being
able to get to know the
art and see what it really
looks like," said Maggie
Meade, who had just fin-
ished running her gloved
hand over the bends of a
bold wooden woman, a
forlorn bronze bust, and
other works of art.
On this special
"touch tour" were stu-
dents from the Florida
School for the Deaf and
the Blind in St.
Augustine. Their vision
is very low or nonexist-
ent. But their interest in
the Cummer's new dis-
play of African-
American art is extraor-
It's more than
only "touching." This is
about feeling -- in every
sense of that word.
looking at something,
and you can't really see it
that well -- you're not
going to make as good of
a connection as you
would if you were to feel
it," explained Chelsea
Stillman, one of about
two dozen students who
took the tour.
Walter and Linda
Evans, the artwork's
owners, couldn't take
their eyes away. "They
can tell things about this
art that that I've never
known before," Walter
Evans said after mar-
veling at the students'
ability to understand the
expressions on the
sculptures' faces and the
emotions they conveyed.
had traveled to fifty
museums. This was the
first time their owners
had ever let a visitor
touch them. "Discover --
by using their hands
instead of their eyes. It's
very moving," collection
owner Linda Evans said.
the launch of the
Cummer's exhibition of
the Walter O. Evans
Collection of African
paintings, and more will
be on display through
Black History Month
and on until April 17th.
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Encouraging Our Daughters This Valentines..., Black Inventor: Henry Boyd
Wooden Bed Frame
Thoughts for Inspiring young African American Girls on Valentines Day. Wen
1. You are an extension of your parent's good qualities. It is up to you to capitalize on
them in positive actions and words.
2. Your reputation precedes you and that is how people will judge you until you change
3. You are receiving the same education as boys, so why do you think they are smarter
4. You look at the world in a nurturing and protective way that is why you don't think
5. How many female astronauts can you name, do the research.
6. How many female teachers do you know, do the research.
7. How has your culture been affected by strong and intelligent Black women, do the
8. Can you name the Secretary of State? What race is she?
9. Who founded Bethune Cookman College?
10. Who was the first Black woman astronaut?
A Valentine's Message for Dads. You Do Matter In Your Daughter's
Dads, if you ever wonder if you really matter in your daughter's life read this.
A Fathers Love Helps Your Daughter To...
1. Succeed academically in school.
2. Participate in extracurricular activities.
3. Be willing to learn all the things that you and mom know.
4. Resist peer pressure.
5. Resist the temptations of sex and drugs
6. Be less likely to be suspended or expelled from school
7. Score higher on assessments
8. Expect boys to respect and honor them.
9. Graduate and continue their education.
10. Increased maturity levels.
11. Have healthier self-esteem.
12. Take pride in their looks.
13. Seek a mate like their dads
WilliamJackson, M.Ed., William.email@example.com, Edward Waters College and
Duval County Public Schools, Edited by RM.
You have a special something
that makes days a little
sweeter and life a lot more
loving for everyone around
You're a SWEETIE PIE, a
CUTIE PIE, and any other
good kind of pie there is!
Happy Valentine's Day to a
daughter who is loved a lot! "
For a Special Daughter,
Happy Valentine's Day,
Dad ( ( C
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Find me again in this section>
Henry Boyd, a skilled
carpenter, was born into
slavery in Kentucky in
1802. Young Henry want-
ed to be a carpenter. He
learned early that many
Black carpenters used their
skills to buy their freedom.
In 1826, after purchasing
his freedom, 24 year old
Henry Boyd moved to
Initially he worked as
a laborer and later teamed
with a Caucasian carpenter
to build houses. By the age
of 31 he had earned and
saved enough money to
purchase the freedom of
his brother and sister. At
the age of 34 Henry
opened his own company
in which he sold the prod-
uct of his invention "The
Boyd Beadstead" .
In spite of the arson
attempts at his plant by
angry Caucasians Henry
Boyd ran a successful
company with about 25 to
50 employees and went on
to become one of
Cincinnati's famous furni-
ture makers. Henry Boyd
died in 1866 at the age of
The Boyd Beadstead
was a bed constructed with
wooden rails that connect-
ed the headboard and foot
board This durable and
sturdy construction is com-
mon in bedding styles
To insure customers
received a genuine prod-
uct, Henry Boyd stamped
his name on every bed
frame he made. Boyd
attempted to patent his
invention by having a
Caucasian apply for the
However, Henry Boyd
like other Black inventors
before and after him never
received a patent for his
The Florida & Georgia Star
ANNUAL A-B HONOR ROLL PARTY OF SIMMONS PEDIATRICS
The Annual A-B
Honor Roll Party for the
patients of Simmons
Pediatrics was held at
Dave & Busters in
values the recognition of
ments. Learning and
developing new skills
and talents are joyful
Whether through a posi- --
tive affirmation from
school and family or ---
Dr. Simmons, Ansenika Lattery, and Latonia Callum Dr. Simmons, Kyla Bell, and Angie Lowery
through the more formal
forms of recognition.
Dr. Simmons fosters
recognition of a job well
done. As a result, he
seeks to praise his A-B
Honor Roll patients and
their families annually
with a day of fun and .
gives kids that extra
attention they need to
feel very proud of their
accomplishments and to
encourage them to con- .
tinue to do well in Kyla Bell and Family Dwayne and Sylea Lowery
A-B Honor Roll
continued on B5
yr. ammons, ,ytea Lowery, ana morner, Angle
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Each-of the -hil-
dren received a medal-
lion around their neck, a
power card to play Dave
& Buster games and a
buffet with a coke. Most "
importantly, the chil-
dren had big smiles
when they took pictures
and received their
We are very Latonia.
excited about their Dr. Sim
achievement of excel- f
lence towards their
future endeavors. We
would like to extend a
special "Thank You" to|
the parents of these chil-
dren. for their dedica-
tion, love, patients and .
strong will to encourage ;
them to soar like eagles -N
and strive for success.
mons, Ellu Mlonleyk, and Lutonia (I)Dr. Simmons, iAyair Maat and Angie Lowery
(r)Nyair Maat and Father.
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Dr. Simmons, Lelante and Angie Lowery
Dr. Simmons, Aniya Brookins, and Latonia
Dr. Simmons, Damjan Bell and Latonia
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Teacher: Where is the English Channel?
Pupil: I don't know, my TV doesn't pick it up
Teacher: This is the third time I've had to tell you off
this week, what have you got to say about that?
Pupil: Thank heavens it's Friday!
-Teacher: Didn't you hear me call you?
Pupil: But you said not to answer you back!
Why did the pioneers cross the country in covered
Because they didn't want to wait 40 years for a train!
Why did the teacher wear sunglasses?
Because his class was so bright!
1st Roman Soldier: What is the time?
2nd Roman Soldier: XX past VII!
#id you hear about the cross eyed teacher?
He couldn't control his pupils!
Teacher: What family does the octopus belong to?
Pupil: Nobody I know!
Black back bat
On a lazy laser raiser lies
a laser ray eraser.
Yally Bally had ajolly gol-
liwog. Feeling folly, Yally
Bally Bought his jolly
golli' a dollie made of
holly! The golli', feeling
jolly, named the holly dol-
lie, Polly. So Yally Bally's
jolly golli's holly dollie
Polly's also jolly!
As one black bug, bled
blue, black blood. The
other black bug bled blue.
If you notice this notice,
you will notice that this
notice is not worth notic-
Arbus leaves in 5 minutes?
You catching a cold?
Aries a reason why I talk this way!
Armageddon out of here!
Arthur any more biscuits in the tin!
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UNIVERSOUL continued from cover page _
Atlanta, GA Magic is in the air as
the 14th season of UniverSoul Circus pre-
liicres in Savannah, GA on Tuesday,
February 6, kicking off the national tour. This
season features The Magic of Soul, which
blends UniverSoul's famous urban-rich fami-
ly entertainment, including performers from
around the world, with a taste of magic and
mystique. Tickets are on sale now and can be 2
purchased at www.universoulcircus.com
The new season features magician
and illusionist Jon Ross who combines magic ,
and dance for a captivating performance that
will leave audiences mystified., The Magic of 4M
Soul will also feature flying trapeze perform- -
ers, mind-bending contortionists, Chinese:
bicycle daredevils, gravity-defying aerial
gymnasts and much more that will excite and -
enchant audiences of all ages. .. .
Audience favorite, Ringmaster Tony
Tone will start the show off accompanied by Zeke, Onion Head and the rest of the UniverSoul family.
"Every season, UniverSoul Circus gives our fans something new," explains founder, Cedric Walker. "This year our audiences will journey
igto the unknown for a night of mystery, fantasy, and intrigue. But you'd better hurry because tickets are disappearing fast!"
The 27 city, 500 show tour will lead UniverSoul Circus across North America through November 22, starting in Savannah and moving onto
Jacksonville, FL, Atlanta, GA, Greenville, SC, Raleigh, NC, Richmond, VA, Philadelphia, PA and 4 locations throughout the New York City area
Dates Include: 25 Washington, DC: May 31 August 5 16
Savannah, GA: February Richmond, VA: March 27 June 17 Memphis," TN: August 8 Chicago, IL: September
6 11 April 1 Baltimore, MD: June 19 19 20 October 14
Jacksonville, FL: Philadelphia, PA: April 3 24 St. Louis, MO: August 15 Oakland, CA: October 20
February 13 19 -15 Greensboro, NC: June 27 19 28th
Atlanta, GA: February 22 Brooklyn, NY. April 18 July 1 Columbus, OH: August Los Angeles, CA: October
- March 11 May 6 Charlotte, NC: July 3 8 22 26 .31 November 12
Greenville, SC: March 13 Queens, NY: May 8 -13 Indianapolis, IN: July 17 Cleveland, OH: August 28 Houston, TX: November
-18 Bronx, NY: May 18 -20 22 September 3 17 -22
Raleigh, NC: March 20 Newark, NJ: May 22 -28 Dallas, TX: July 31 Detroit, MI: September 5
UniverSoul is a worldwide leader in family entertainment. Both internationally and in the U.S., UniverSoul continues to inspire children and fam-
ilies from all backgrounds. Providing a wide range of wholesome yet hip and cutting-edge entertainment experiences, UniverSoul is offered live,
and via broadcast, print and online media. UniverSoul pioneered urban-rich family entertainment with the introduction of UniverSoul Circus in
1994 and remains the premiere urban-rich family entertainment business in the nation. UniverSoul Circus is the company's cornerstone from which
thousands of families have associated its name with excitement and fun. By creating a new category-"urban-rich family entertainment", UniverSoul
Circus quickly staked its claim in live entertainment history. Founder, Cedric Walker continues to focus on creating productions that both reflect
and resonate with the increasingly diverse face of American families. His ability to weave the magic of classic circus favorites with hip music,
dance and soul has given UniverSoul Circus an appeal that extends far beyond its urban core.
oFLORIDAK STAR veses
P.O. Box 40629, Jacksonville, FL 32203 From:
Ph (904) 766-8834 The Florida & Georgia Star
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$5 Million a year is Ballpark Price!
Great Valentine's Day Gift,
Name a Stadium After Her!
That's no typo! The
Jaguars and City govern-
ment are expecting to split
approximately $5 million a
year based on today's stadi-
With the Alltel contract
now expired and the sig-
nage removed from the sta-
dium the lowest priced
stadium naming deal, is
Qualcomm Stadium which
carries an estimated price
$900,000 a year based on a
contract that is almost ten
Talk about inflation, the
naming rights for. new base-
ball stadium being built for
the New York Mets has
already been sold to
Citigroup in a deal that
reportedly is valued at
$20,000,000 a year.,
' If the Jaguars get the
expected $2.5 million per
Sports business experts expect
the team and city can get $5 mil-
lion annually in today's market.
year their half of the con-
tract value it will amount
to over 30 dollars per stadi-
um seat based on a seating
capacity of 77,000.
The original stadium,
which ran East and West,
was constructed primarily to
service Jacksonville's three
new high schools Lee,
Jackson and Landon. Then
Governor John Martin, on
hand for its opening, called
the stadium "the best place
in Florida to watch a foot-
on Beaver Street
Opens New Sheds
The historic Jacksonville Farmer's Market on Beaver
Street recently celebrated the opening of its new sheds. The
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New open air sheds at Beaver Street Farmer's Market
new location is immediately to the west of the old site,
which is now in the process of being demolished in prepara-
A prospective customer checks out the merchandise at
the new sheds recently opened at the Farmer's Market
tion for the expansion of a nearby seafood processing plant.
While we missed another opportunity to relocate some-
thing of this magnitude to a more high profile and pedestri-
an friendly site that feeds vibrant related activities around it,
at least we can rejoice to the fact that the state's. largest urban
market and only one still operating seven days a week now
has modern and presentable facilities.
Now it will be up to our city leaders, Downtown Vision,
and JTA to work together to at least extend the free down-
town trolley route to connect the core with this vibrant local
oriented spot of commerce.
The Beaver Street Market which is now 68-years-old is
ipenievery da\ -f the week and has anywhere from 35 to
It's a difficult
decision but one I feel very comfortable with."
Shorstein Says No to Sixth
Term as States Attorney
State Attorney Harry Shorstein,
Jacksonville's chief prosecutor for the
past 16 years shocked the local politi-
cal and legal community by announc-
ing on Tuesday that he would not be a
candidate for a sixth term as state attor-
ney for the 4th Judicial Circuit.
Shorstein pointed out that he will be
approaching 69 when his current term
ends in 2008 but added, "While I'm
confident that we would have been
elected to the sixth term, I simply
decided it was time to.retire from elec-
tive political office. It's a difficult deci-
sion but one I feel very comfortable
Harry Shorstein was Jacksonville's
General Counsel when he was appoint-
ed chief prosecutor for Duval, Clay and
Nassau counties in 1991 and has been
re-elected without significant opposi-
tion in every election since.
There are at least three known
potential candidates to replace
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Two former prosecutors on his staff,
Angela Corey, who was fired last
November after more than 20 years
service in the prosecutor's office and
Audrey Moran, who. resigned to
become chief of staff for former Mayor
John Delaney have announced plans to
The third candidate could be Jay
Plotkin, who has already received
Shorstein's blessing. Plotkin has been
Shorstein's right-hand man for years,
but has yet to officially announce his
desire for the top job but all expecta-
tions are that he will.
Corey and Moran are Republicans
while Plotkin, like Shorstein is a
.In his 30 minute statement,
Shorstein reviewed his major accom-
plishments, emphasizing his highly
publicized juvenile justice program in
the 1990s. As a prosecutor, Shorstein
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Harry Shorstein elects not to seek reelec-
tion in after over 16 years of service.
took pride in the fact that he never lost
a conviction in a murder trial he
Shorstein said that he will go into
private practice with his sons at the end
of his term, an opportunity he wants to
take advantage of before he is too old.
TV Judge Hatchett Uses
in Episodes to Help Teens
CULVER CITY, CA Judge Glenda Hatchett continues
her crusade to help at-risk young teens with two powerful,
hard-hitting intervention episodes, both airing during Black
History Month in the syndicated courtroom series "Judge
Hatchett." Interventions include sending an out-of-control
teen to tour the Underground Slave Railroad with historian
Carol Westmoreland and a young girl experiencing a reality
check when she is directed to volunteer with the organiza-
tion, "Hands On Atlanta."
"Underground Railroad Intervention"
Mary Barnes vs. Jewel Barnes (Baltimore) Mary Barnes
brought her 15-year-old daughter Jewel before Judge
Hatchett because Jewel had been acting like a thug whose
life has spun out of control since she turned 13! Jewel
admitted she has issues with her mom, and also said "she is
never going to go back to school, because she can make
money selling drugs or hustling and besides, who is going
to give a black teen mom dropout a fighting chance?" Judge
Hatchett sends Jewel to an awe-inspiring inter mention heree
she tours the Underground Slave Railroad with historian
Carol Westmoreland, and recreates the journey of a former
slave all to make her appreciate her personal freedom and
"Children's Theater Intervention Atlanta"
Lisa Spearman vs. Alicia-Spearman (Las Vegas) Lisa
Spearman said that her 14-year-old daughter Alicia is a "sex-
crazed, drug-using wild child who is completely self
destructive." She continued by claiming that Alicia's outra-
geous behavior included trying to roll a joint with a page of
the bible, getting arrested for fighting and even stealing
money from an old lady's purse. Lisa claimed, most recent-
ly, Alicia was missing for five days and she was found in a
sleazy hotel room with a truck driver. Alicia admits to
smoking weed and trying heroin and meth as well as
"gangbanging and stealing cars." Judge Hatchett steps in
and sendsAlicia to her hometown Atlanta to help the "Hands
On Atlanta" volunteer organization rebuild an outdoor area
of the East Point Youth Center. The intervention becomes
very personal when Judge Hatchett, and even Tom the
bailiff, arrive to help and show Alicia the value of commu-
nity service and working together.
our nation's honor," he said. "The war in Iraq is causing a
war on the poor at home.
"Money needed for the working poor, the aged and the
young, are being sacrificed for this misadventure."
Jackson said that the war in Iraq is part of a larger prob-
lem in the country.
"We need more than new leaders; we need new direction,
new priorities, and a new way for a new day," he said.
The speakers throughout the rally encouraged the pro-
testers to support the bill, Bring Our Troops Home and
Sovereignty of Iraq Re-stiratnoni Act of 2007 sponsored by
Waters, Rep. Lynn W\oolk) ind Rep. Barbara Lee.
FFlrRRUARY, 10. 2007
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Ask Deanna! is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based
How do I apologize for interfering in my best friends mar-
riage? 1 want to apologize to her but I don't know what to say
without any physical confrontation. There were some things
that 1 did and said that caused problems in her relationship. I
just want to apologize and let her know that 1 didn't mean to
come between her and her husband. How do I apologize?
Hurting (Oklahoma City, OK)
You owe an apology to her husband as well because your .a:- .'.-. i
actions affected him too. You're an adult and know you should-
n't do anything to jeopardize another person's relationship. If you did something so bad that
it would get physical, you should communicate with a card or a phone call. Then again, if
this is your friend and you truly have her best interests at heart, you should be able to
respectfully apologize, face-to-face without drama and keep it moving.
I'm 24 yrs old and my girlfriend is 30. We've lived together for a year but she recently said
that she can't live with anyone because she's too picky and needs her space. We've made
long term plans for the future and I don't see those plans working if we aren't around each
other. She works and I go to school full-time. Am I wrong for giving up and moving on or
do I stay around and work through these issues?
Anonymous Male (On-line Reader)
You're ahead of the game because you get the idea that she doesn't want you. When some-
one pulls out the old "I need space" excuse they're simply saying "Get away so I can sort
my life, be alone or see other people." You may want to put the brakes on any joint long
term plans because your relationship is going to end. You already know this and should con-
tinue to plan your life and not feel guilty about moving on.
I'm 20 years old and recently lost my virginity. For some reason, my mom didn't take this
well. Ever since she found out, she has been on me abqut everything I do and she questions
my actions all the time. Now she is beginning to falsely accuse me of being promiscuous.
I have a full-time job; I go to college and do everything to prove that I'm not what she
thinks. She is making my life a living hell. What do I do?
Miserable Daughter On-Line Reader
It's time you move out and get your own place. You're no longer a child in your mother's
eyes and it's hard for her to view you as a big girl doing big girl things. If you want to get
her off your back, be an adult and become independent, handle your business and become
the woman you want to be. Eventually, your mother will see that you're making good deci-
sions, being responsible and she'll accept the fact you're growing up and sex is a part of
Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdean-
firstname.lastname@example.org or write: Deanna M., 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly
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From Negroes to African-Americans
Ester Da\ is
ReligionA ndSpirilualitly comn
There has al\\\as been resistance to an\ change in the
%otnlg habits of Negroes. \hen Judge J. W;anes \Varmg --. .
ordered that the South Carolina Democratic primary> be it
opened to Negroes in 194-7, there \\as the most biter denun- .
cialion of' he decision. The Waring famnl\ \\as ostracized b\ '
whites in Charleston, and hoodlums threatened them \\ith
bodily harm. In 1956, a Louisiana registrar disqualified Negroes as qualified voters who did
not satisfactorily demonstrate their understanding of the Constitution.
The steady migration of the Negro to the North and West gave them a new powerful
voice in voting and politics. In cities like Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland they frequently
held the balance of power' in close elections and in certain pivotal states. The votes of
Negroes came to be respected and regarded as crucial in national elections. Meanwhile, an
increasing number of Negroes in the South were registering and voting. Thirty-five thou-
sand Negroes voted in the 1948 Democratic primary in South Carolina. Half could not read
or write, did not have a driver's license or gas money. In the same year, the number of reg-
istered Negro voters in Georgia had already exceeded 150,000, and this number was even
higher by the time of the next presidential election. In 1952, it was estimated that 63 per-
cent of the eligible Negro electorate in Durham, N.C., voted regularly.
In the same 1952 election the efforts of Southern Negro leaders raised the number of
Negro voters to 2 million, and the influence of the Negro voters could be seen clearly in the
elections. It was held by some white newspapers that the Negro vote was an important fac-
tor in holding Louisiana and South Carolina in the Democratic column. (There were 350
Negro publications at this time, some daily.) A survey of the vote in predominantly Negro
districts revealed a majority for the Democratic presidential candidate, Adlai Stevenson,
ranging from 56 percent in two New Jersey cities to 99 percent in Darlington, S.C. In 1952,
there was widespread opposition to Eisenhower's candidacy in part because of his stand on
Army segregation in 1948, while other Negroes were more concerned with retaining the
gains made under the New Deal and Fair Deal programs of Roosevelt and Truman.
The rising influence of the Negro was clearly on the march. In 1954, Illinois sent Negro
Democrat William Dawson to the House of Representatives for his seventh consecutive
term, while Adam Clayton Powell was returned from New York for his sixth term. Charles
C. Diggs Jr. of Detroit was elected in the same year, marking the first time in the 20th cen-
tury that as many as three Negroes were in the Congress. Detroit would send a second Negro
to Congress in 1964. By 1956, there were some 40 Negroes in state legislatures, all in the
North and West, some being Baptist ministers.
The year 1956 was an economically empowering year for the Negro. In 1956, the
Negroes of Montgomery, Ala., boycotted the city bus lines to avoid the alleged abuse of
Negro passengers by white drivers, to obtain a more satisfactory seating regulation and to
secure the employment of Negro drivers on buses. Almost immediately about 90 Negroes
were indicted under a 1921 law forbidding conspiracy to obstruct the operation of a busi-
ness. But the effective weapon of the boycott gained momentum as the Negroes of
Tallahassee, Fla., in June 1956, cut their bus company's business by 75 percent by follow-
ing the Montgomery plan.
Thus, by 1956, something akin to economic warfare was being waged in America by
the Negro. Negroes began to boycott businesses and to vote.
Now, will someone please tell me what happened? The Negroes, who coined their lega-
cy, are fading away, and we are left with the African-Americans. We know what history
wrote about the Negro. What will history write about the African-Americans?
Ester Davis is a writer and a television host/producer. She can be reached at
Black Men Give Your Daughters A Special Valentines Day
What does it mean when we hear the term "Daddy's Little Girl", in the Black community? Surprisingly, the same
Thing for other cultures in America. .
Basic observational patterns are not a scientific way to judge important data when dealing with this issue. Teaching
S young ladies from ages 7 to 13 in an elementary school has identified a disturbing realization about our young Black girls.
Many are lonely, depressed and have very diminished self-esteems because their dads lack an involvement in their lives.
," The facts cannot be denied that girls look up to their dads. According to data from Science Daily 1999, "...researchers
II found that the quality of fathers' involvement with daughters was the most important feature of the early family environ-
ment:" Daddies are the keys to a young girl's emotional stability and future relationship patterns with the males in their ,
lives, and continued educational success. Stated also; "...important role fathers seem to play in their daughters' develop-
ment, given that the quality of mothering is generally more closely associated with how children turn out than is the quality of fathering".
Comments made in our own communities about "where are the fathers"?
We know where they are; we just don't say anything to them to motivate or guide fathers to see their daughters. We just shake our heads
and call them: "no good, dead beats, hustlers, No good baby daddies, and identify them by their parents as being "just like his daddy." Maybe all the "Baby Momma Drama"
and the "you ain't seeing MY kids unless you pay" issues have hurt our children to the point where girls feel the need to display themselves in an inappropriate fashion to get
the attention that they desire. The biological make up of men and women are what allow them to conceive a child, but what about the emotional maturity to support a child?
This is a,willing and consensual action on both parents unless there is rape or incest. Despite the emotional implications, and if both parties are emotionally ready or not,
our Black girls are having sex, our Black girls are having sex with multiple partners, which can result in pregnancy, and contracting venereal diseases that will develop com-
plications later in their adult years or even the possibility of death.
What does this have to do with fathers?
Involvement of fathers in a girl's life especially during or between ages 4 to 16 are crucial because girls receive a foundation on how they want their boyfriends and
future husbands to be. The quote by Ernest Hemingway states, "To be a successful father, there's one absolute rule: when you have a kid, don't look at it for the first two
years." Unfortunately too many Black fathers have not seen their girls over two years. This gives justification for many mothers, why even bother to have a father in their
daughter's life if he is going to leave any way. Expectations are that Black fathers will leave the home after five to six years of the child's life. Despite the causes this is a
fact that many do not want to face, or choose to down size by excuses and ignorance.
One of the greatest challenges is change, this is enough to scare any new father, and unfortunately young fathers are unprepared for the emotional and financial
responsibilities children bring, and they have no mentors to guide them. Communication is a key ingredient for new fathers and mothers. A quote by Phyllis McGinley
states, "The thing to remember about fathers is... they're men. A girl has to keep it in mind: They are dragon-seekers, bent on improbable rescues. Scratch any father, you
find someone chock-full of qualms and romantic terrors, believing change is a threat, like your first shoes with heels on, like your first bicycle...". Because of this fear of
change and a threat to their ideas on stability and independence many young men and some older ones are just plain scared. To fight this fear there must be opportunities
to "teach" our young African American brothers how to be fathers.
My personal feelings are, "....until you have a daughter of your own, you will never know the joy and the love that booms in
a man's heart. You will never know the fear, anxiety and stress of being responsible for a little girl that is depending on you to keep the
*! scary things away. You will never know the sense of honor and nobility that makes a man want to be more than he is, to work harder
than he ever has to please his child. You will never know how a man's heart jumps, skips, and melts when his daughter runs and jumps
in his arms. You will never know the heartbreak of the fathers who are haunted by the inner demons that try to consume them when
A, they are not allowed to see their daughters or are unable to spend time with them. Unless you have a daughter, and have gone through
divorce, separation, imprisonment, the court system or denied visitation by the mother, you will never know why men are angry at the
world." This does not go well with a young girl just waiting to see her dad. Not understanding why he does not call or write, and not
realizing that these actions have long term detrimental emotional and psychological affects in future relationships.
This February has two important events;\Black history and Valentines Day. Black Men, I challenge you to see your daughters,
;i spend time with them swallow your pride, disregard your arrogance, and break the cycle of not supporting your children. You may have
experienced this, just as I have, but the time is now to break this viscous cycle. Make the time in your busy schedules, get rid of the
tough guy and thug persona and be a loving and caring father. I challenge mothers as well regardless of past mistakes, hurts or situa-
tions, allow your daughters to see their fathers. Unless there is legal action, abuse (mental or physical), put your child first and allow
them to spend time with their dads. Why can't Black folk put aside the "Baby Mama and Baby Daddy" drama and let their girls know
that they have two parents that love and support them. What have you got to lose except your pride.
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Democrat Jackie Brown Running for Mayor
Jacksonville, FL Democrat
Jackie Brown filed her paperwork to run
for mayor at the Duval County Supervisor
of Elections Office. She will be the only
challenger running against Republican
Mayor John Peyton.
Brown says as mayor, she would
work to more evenly distribute tax dollars
to all areas of the city to help reduce
"90 percent of the crime that's tak-. .
ing place is happening with young men Democrat Jackie Brown
under the age of 30 because there are no
job opportunities, there's no economic development," Brown says.
Brown gained notoriety last year when she was arrested at a city council
meeting, but she says despite that she thinks she can work with council if elected.
S Jackie Brown, political activist, started the Movement For Economic Justice
to aid Blacks living in the inner city area of Jacksonville, FL
The election for the mayor of Jacksonville is March 20th.
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Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events scheduled
in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
CULTURE MOVES AFRICAN DANCE COMPANY is bringing their traditional
African flair right here to UNF! Come out for an evening of rhythmic beats and help
send money back to needy families in Africa. Mande! The Evolution from Bare Feet
to Blue Jeans African Dance Concert with Special Guests Bassikolo Drummers from
Guinea, West Africa will be held at the Robinson Theatre, Thursday, February 22nd at
7 p.m. It's free and open to the public. Contact Keeanga Speaks, Office of Admissions
SILENCE IS DEATH HIV/AIDS in Duval County Community Mobilization. Be
Heard, make a change. February 16th at 9 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Registration begins at 8
a.m. at the Holiday Inn Commonwealth, located at 6802 Commonwealth Ave. Lunch
will be served, please RSVP by February 10th. Sponsored in part by: Minority Aids
Coalition Duval County Health Dept., EWC, FAMU School of Pharmacy, Inter-Faith
Based Advisory, and River Region Human Services. For additional information,
please call 358-1622.
THE NORTHEAST FLORIDA COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY, INC. will be
distributing the USDA commodities to the following sites in Jacksonville, FL:
February 8th Hurley Manor, 3335 University Blvd; Jacksonville Townhouse, 3465
Philips Hwy; San Jose Manor, 3630 Galicia Rd; and Sable Palms Apartments, 2150
Emerson St. February 9th Lane Wiley Senior Center, 6710 Wiley Rd; and West
Gate Apartments, 5202 La Ventura Dr., East. February 10th Centennial Towers 230
East, 1st St; Morris Manor, 9050 Norfork Blvd; and Phillipi Missionary.Baptist
Church, 9232 Gibson Ave. February 13th Mt. Carmel Gardens, 5846 Mt. Carmel
Terrace; Pablo Hamlet, 1600 Shetter Ave; Jacksonville Beach P.R.I.D.E., 123 8th St,
South; Pablo Towers, 115 3rd St; and Cathedral Terrace, 701 N. Ocean St. Feb 14th -
Baptist towers, 1400 Le Baron Ave. Feb 15th Eastside Community Center, 1050
Franklin St; Emmett Reed Center, 1093 6th St; and Lillian Saunders Community
Center, 2759 Bartley Lane.
BLACK HISTORY CELEBRATION AND YOUTH SPORTS AWARDS
RECOGNITION BANQUET The Jacksonville Housing Authority and the
Resident Advisory Board will be hosting its Annual Black History Program for public
housing and Section 8 youth. This event will consist of a Spelling Bee, Brian Brawl,
Cheerleading / Step Contest. It will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2007 beginning
at 1:00 p.m. at Eugene J. Butler Middle School located at 900 Acorn Street. Cash
prizes will be awarded to First, Second, and Third Place winners. In addition to these
activities, youth that participated in the Sports Program for the year will be given their
special recognition. Refreshments will be served to all participants of the program.
CHRISTIAN POETRY CONTEST A $1,000 grand prize is being offered in a spe-
cial poetry contest sponsored by Christian Poets Guild, free to everyone. There are 50
prizes in all totaling $5,000. To enter, send one poem of 21 lines or less to Free Poetry
contest, 1638 Dogwood Ln, Ackworth, GA 30102-1820. Or enter online at
www.freecontest.com. The deadline for entering is February 14, 2007. Poems may be
written on any subject, using any style "A typical poem." says Contest Director
Cecilia Gica. might be a love poem, or nature poem, one that inspires the reader."
Be sure your name and address appears on the page with your poem. If you wish a
winners's list please enclose a return envelope.
CO-FOUNDER OF DIVERSITY, INC. TO SPEAK AT "BEST PRACTICES IN
DIVERSITY" BREAKFAST Join the First Coast Diversity Council, Blue Cross
and Blue Shield of Florida and the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce for
a "Best Practices in Diversity" breakfast. The keynote speaker will be Luke Visconti,
partner and co-founder of DiversityInc. DiversityInc's mission is to bring education
and clarity to the business benefits of diversity. Wednesday, February 21, 8 to 10 a.m.
Jacksonville Marriott at Southpoint. Tickets are $25 for Chamber members and $35
for non-Chamber members. Corporate tables are available for $225. Call (904) 632-
1051 to make your reservation.
RELEASED 2 SPEAK LANGUAGE OF THE SPIRIT II presents JACK-
SONVILLE'S PREMIER POETRY/JAZZ LOUNGE AND DESSERT BAR
February 10, 2007 at 8 p.m. at the Potter's House Christian Fellowship Grande
Ballroom on Normandy Blvd. Featuring: Poetess Dee Whitfield; Guest Artist
Trumpeter, Isaac Byrd, Jr. and the Tribe of Judah Soprano Saxophonist, Allana
Southerland of "Fusion", England's British Poetess; Sjervon Kelly; Jacksonville's
Inspirational Neo Soul Poetess, Tiffany Eve, Poet/Writer, Aaron P. Woods,
Rapper/Poet, The Tenth Leper. Contact 786-0313 for more information or email: poet-
An all day youth event entitled "A CHILD SHALL LeAd theM" will be held on
Saturday, February 10, 2007 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. This event will be packed with
fun activities that are geared toward enhancing our youth's knowledge' about Christ.
There will be games, gifts, prizes, the mall, and a trip to Regency AMC Movies to see
"The Pursuit of Happyness." The purpose is to introduce young people to other saved
young Christians to form new wholesome relationships among them and their peers.
This event will be hosted at Vision Baptist Church, 8973 Lem Turner Rd. For addi-
tional information and/or to sign up your child, please contact Pastor J. Marcellas
Williams at (404) 468-7887 or 765-6083. Youth names are needed by Jan. 27, 2007.
JOB FAIR HOSTED BY FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE WOMEN'S
CENTER AND DOWNTOWN CAMPUS CAREER DEVELOPMENT CEN-
TER Invite job seekers to meet and interview with local employers. Job seekers are
encouraged to dress as if for a job interview and bring copies of their resumes. March
14th, 9 a.m. noon at 101 W. State St., Jacksonville, FL. It's free and open to the pub-
lic. Exhibitors invited to participate at no cost; reserve space by' February 15th. For
more information call (904) 633-8270.
FRIENDS OF Tots N Teens, JWJ INSTITUTE AND JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC
LIBRARY AFRICAN AMERICAN COLLECTION INVITES YOU TO FAITH,
SCHOLARSHIP, SERVICE: DR. MARY McLEOD BETHUNE Presented by Ersula
Knox Odom, independent scholar and Chautauqua performer. Travel back to 1954 to
meet the founder of Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona, FL, a visionary educator,
civil rights activist and presidential advisor. Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune (portrayed by
Ersula Knox Odom) shares stories about her life and accomplishments, and her
thoughts about the Supreme, Court's landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision.
It will be held Sunday, February 18, 2007 at 3:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Library
located at 303 North Laura St. Contact Sharon Coon at (904) 353-7350 for more infor-
PLANNING COMMITTEE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL Facilities planning will
meet every Wednesday beginning January 31st through May 2nd from 3:00 p.m. until
5:00 p.m. at the City Hall, St. James Building, First Floor, Committee Room A, 117
West Duval Street, Jacksonville, FL.
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Goes to Ofield Dukes
William Tucker, Vice Chairman of Bethune-DuBois
Institute, has announced that Ofield Dukes has been named
to succeed his late wife, Dr. C. DeLores Tucker, as presi-
dent of the Institute. He said Dukes, who has served as
Secretary of the Bethune-DuBois Institute from its found-
ing, worked very closely with his wife as an advisor and
associate over the past 20
"Dukes was there work-
ing with my wife at the.
inception of the Bethune-
DuBois Fund," Tucker said,
,' "and she depended heavily
and consistently on his
advice and support in poli-
tics and all her civic endeav-
Dr. C. DeLores Tucker, Founder Dukes began his career
and former President of DBI with the black-owned
Detroit Courier and as news
director of WCHB, an African-American radio station in
Inkster, Michigan. In 1961, he accepted the position of
assistant to the editor and general manager of the Michigan
Chronicle, one of the nation's premier African-American
After serving for three
years in the Johnson-
Humphrey administration as
an Assistant to Vice
President Hubert H.
Humphrey, Dukes has oper-
ated his successful public
relations firms for the past
37 years. He assisted in
organizing the first
Ofield Dukes new DBI President Congressional Black
Caucus dinner and served on
the boaid of the CBC Foundation for 14 years.
The Bethune-DuBois Institute was founded in 1986 by
the late Dr. C. Delores Tucker, former Secretary of State
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The organizationswhich Dr. Tucker has founded, led, or
become involved with on a leadership level include the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored
People (NAACP), the National Political Congress of Black
Women, the Reverend Jesse Jackson's National Rainbow
Coalition, the Democratic National Committee, and the
Federation of Democratic Women.
The nonprofit Bethune-DuBois Institute, was estab-
lished to sustain and magnify the educational legacies of
two of America's greatest leaders; Dr. Mary McLeod
Bethune and Dr. W.E.B. DuBois. Their examples and
teachings, emphasized personal leadership and the impor-
tance of education and training in solving public policy
problems and in advancing the status and contributions of
all African Americans in American society.
In addition to scholarships, the Institute provides
resources for studies and research on public policy and leg-
islative affairs. It publishes VITAL ISSUES: The Journal of
African American Speeches. It is a one-of-a-kind quarterly
journal that has published nearly 400 speeches by over 350
different African-American experts across a broad range of
SCLC Turns 50
With New Spirit
The Southern Christian
Leadership Conference, Dr.
Martin Luther King's old
organization, turns 50 this
year and Charles Steele, Jr.,
its president and CEO, has
already presented Dr. King
with the best possible birth-
day gift he has revived
Speaking to the annual
mid-winter conference of
the National Newspaper
(NNPA), Steele, recounted
how he resurrected the.
dying organization over the
past two years.
"When we were coming
to SCLC, the headline in the
SAtlanta Journal Constitution
(AJC) said, 'SCLC is on the
verge of collapse." Steele
recounted. "The sub-title
was, 'Only God can resur-
rect the dead.' Well, we
didn't die, but we were on
There wasn't much of
any other kind of support
4 when Steele, then a board
member, was selected to
take over SCLC. The organ-
ization was sharply divided.
The convention at which
Steele was elected was so
emotional, that the local
police had to be summoned
to maintain order. Steele
wasn't prepared for what
greeted him upon his arrival
at the Atlanta headquarters.
"When we got there, the
lights were off," Steele said.
"The phone was turned off,
and we couldn't meet pay-
roll. In the last two years,
we have raised $6 million."
Steele described John B.
Smith, publisher of the
Atlanta Inquirer and chair-
man of the NNPA, as the
first business leader to
embrace him..Steele began
calling on business leaders
he had supported as a state
legislator to help him raise
funds for a $3 million inter-
national headquarters, to be
built in the same block as
the old SCLC building on
auburn Avenue in Atlanta.
Spelman Scholarship in Honor of Coretta King
Established by Dr. King's Youngest Daughter
Bernice A. King
announced today an
endowed scholarship at
Spelman College in memory
of her mother and founding
president of the Martin
Luther King Jr. Center for
Nonviolent Social Change,
the late Coretta Scott King.
Appropriately titled, Be A
King. Scholarship in Honor
of Coretta Scott' King, the
scholarship was announced
on the one-year anniversary
of Mrs. King's death.
"This endowment pays
tribute to my mother's life
service to human rights and
the philosophy of nonvio-
lent social change," said
Elder King, who is a
Spelman alumna, C'85, and
the youngest child of Mrs.
King and the late civil rights
leader Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. "The scholarship
will provide financial assis-
tance to deserving students
with financial need who
demonstrate a commitment
to civic engagement, com-
munity service, and volun-
teerism." Elder King cur-
rently serves as president
and CEO of.the Be A King
SThe Be A King
Scholarship was established
with a gift of $100,000 from
Bernice King and a contri-
bution from the The Home
Depot, Inc. for $75,000.
Joining Elder Bernice King (4th left) is (1-r): Arlene Cash, VP of Enrollment
Management, Spelman College; Bishop Eddie Long, senior pastor, New Birth
Missionary Baptist Church; Georgette Porter, senior VP for Georgia, American
Cancer Society; Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, president, Spelman College; and Kevin
Martinez, VP of Community Affairs, The Home Depot.
Bernice King's goal is to
grow this endowment to
yield at least two full
tuition/room and board
scholarships for incoming
freshman and two partial
tuition scholarships for ris-
ing juniors or seniors. The
scholarships will go to stu-
dents pursuing a degree in
education, music or psy-
chology, all areas of great
interest and importance to
Bishop Eddie Long
donated $14,000 and opened
a challenge to other church-
es to make a donation to the
SANKOFA African American
Museum Visits Tallahassee
As a result of the realiza-
tion that her honor student
nephew knew little about the
history of African
Americans, South Carolina
native Angela Jennings
established SANKOFA a
museum on wheels that is
considered to be one of the
foremost collections of
Afridan American history
readily available in this
As a part of the exhibit,
Jennings presents stories and
dramatizations about select-
Steel said his next goal is
to build an institution that
continues long into the
"People remember Dr.
King, but they don't remem-
ber SCLC," said Steele. He
noted that SCLC was at the
forefront of protests that led
to the passage of the 1964
Civil Rights Act and the
1965 Voting Rights Act.
ed periods and historical fig-
ures to allow those in the
audience to "experience"
both the pain and pride of
the history portrayed.
Additionally, she is always
anxious to respond to indi-
vidual questions from those
viewing the exhibit.
A traveling museum of
black history opened at
College (TCC) last week
and, for many, it was a
"It's sad," said Michael
"A lot of Negroes have
forgotten that or don' t want
to remember," he told them.
An undertaker by trade,
Steele said: "When I was at
the funeral home. 1 got the
call from intensive care to
come pick up SCLC. I got in
the ambulance. That's not
how we say it am-ba-lance
- and I cranked it up and I
went to intensive care and
Elder Bernice King and her Mother Coretta Scott King
Cariglino, a TCC student
who was walking through
the Sankofa exhibit. "It's
hard to look at."
"It brings a lot of diverse
attention to what black histo-
ry is," said Shawn Couch,
who works in student activi-
ties at TCC. "This display
shows all aspects of slavery.
Some kids learn things about
their heritage they didn't
The exhibit is named
after the adinkra symbol
associated with the Ashanti
tribe in Africa. It can be
translated to mean "use the
wisdom from the past to
build a future," curator
Angela Jennings said.
She's a longtime collector
looked over the body,"
With a revival-like fer-
vor, Steele\continued, "I was
ready to pick up the body,
but I thought about what my
daddy had told me. He said,
'Boy, doctors are like
Negroes, they think they
know everything, but don't.
Doctors make mistakes,
too.' He said, 'Before you
pick the body up, go behind
of African-American arti-
facts that tell the story of
slavery, segregation and
black successes. But it was-
n't until the 1970s that she
started to show the collec-
tion at universities.
"My nephew was a
straight-A student in high
school," Jennings said. "I
gave him an elementary
school test on black history,
and he failed it."
"It's devastating, refresh-
ing and sorrowful," said
Zachary Francis, a TCC stu-
dent from Fort Lauderdale.
"Everything is a reminder.
When I see this, something
comes over me. It should
make you feel grateful for
where you are now."
the doctors to check for a
pulse.-- you got to check the
"I put the body back on
the cot and I checked for the
pulse. It wasn't a big pulse,
but it was a pulse. It was a lit-
tle pulse. I came to Phoenix,
Arizona to check your pulse.
Have you forgotten from
whence you come?"
Evidently, Steele hasn't!
FEBRUARY 10, 2007
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Boyd Anderson corner-
back Moses Jenkins has
made an oral commit-
ment to the gators.
Boyd Anderson coach
Mark James told
Scout.com "He's going
to Florida, It was his life-
long dream to play for
The Gators remain in
.the running for Glades
Central wide receiver
Deonte Thompson of
Belle Glades, the biggest
uncommitted star left in
the state. Thompson is
expected to make his
announcement some time
The 6-foot-2, 175-
pound Jenkins can play
safety and cornerback,
but projects as a corner at
in Gainesville, where he
would help fill a need. In
his senior season, he
recorded 50 tackles and
intercepted a pass.
Jenkins is UF's 27th
The Gators still are in
the running for the
wide receiver, Terrance
Toliver out of Hemp-
stead, Texas. Toliver will
choose between UF and
LSU this week..
UF could sign up to as
many as 30 players on
national signing day.
The Gators' recruiting
class is currently ranked
No. 1 in the nation by
both Scout.com and
Indicative of the
power of the SEC, five of
the top ranked schools
are from the SEC with
South Carolina, LSU,
Tennessee and Auburn.
Colts Drench Bears in Miami 29- 17
Dungy Leads Colts
to First NFL Title
Peyton Silences The
Critics and Wins
It takes more than a South Florida
rain storm or a game opening kickoff
return for a touchdown to stop Tony
Dungy when he has a goal. Dungy's
-facial expression barely changed as he
watched Devin Hester get the Super Bowl
off with a bang, becoming the first player to
return the opening kickoff for a touchdown. It
would be presumptive to say that destiny was on his "
side, but Tony Dungy simply does the best he can, all the
time and with a sense of class that is unique in the NFL. With all that
and Peyton Manning, destiny may just be the right word and well
"Every year, for probably the last three or four years,
I've evaluated where I am at the end of the season,"
Tony Dungy after the game
It was a great night for vindication. Vindication for the NFL coach with
the second winningest record of all active coaches.
It was Dungy who was fired from the Tampa Bay Bucs in
2001 when they fell one game short of a trip the the big game
by losing the NFC Championship game.
During the non-stop press barrage in Miami, Dungy said
that his biggest blow however, came in 1993, when he was
Minnesota's defensive coordinator. The Vikings had the No. 1
defense in the league. Seven head coaching jobs came open at
the end of the season and he didn't get a single interview. Not
It's shameful that it took Dungy so long to get his oppor-
tunity but now the Colts fans and management are the ones
worrying! It may have been his final game as the Colts coach
since after the game Dungy would not commit to coming
back next year.
"Every year, for probably the last three or four years, I've
evaluated where I am at the end of the season," he said
Monday morning. "I still have a lot of passion and enthusiasm
for the game, and after a night like last night, how could you j
not love it? Manning and
Is that a commitment, Colt's fans hope so! the Vince Lot
Kevin Clark named New
EWC Head Football Coach
Kevin Clark, an assistant
coach for the Edward
Waters College football
team for the past three sea-
sons, was named head coach
of the Tigers on Tuesday
Clark will be introduced
as coach at a news confer-
ence Wednesday in the
Centennial Library at the
Jacksonville school, accord-
ing to a news release.
EWC athletic director
Johnny Rembert said in
December that the school
would conduct a nationwide
search, but he apparently
, found what he was looking
for in Clark, who was serv-
Sing as interim coach since
Lamonte Massie was fired
"We knew that Clark
would be the best fit for the
Program, He fits as a leader
as well as someone the play-
ers can emulate and learn
from. We're grateful and
excited that he accepted the
role." Rembert said,
A native. of Fort Still,
Okla., Clark is a graduate of
Norfolk State University in
Virginia, where he was a
four-year letterman as a free
safety. He is also a veteran
of the U.S. Army, and start-
ed his career as linebackers
and special teams coach of
the Nuremberg (Germany)
American ilgh School
team. He also coached the
Columbia Cougars semipro
team in 1993-94, and began
his college coaching career
as a defensive coach and
with Benedict College from
He's been with Edward
Waters since the school
reinstated football in 2001.
Massie, who was let go
in December after a 2006
season has been named head
coach at Livingstone
College in Salisbury, N.C.
Peyton Manning has always been a
Coach's Quarterback. Athletic, talent-
ed and always wanting to improve.
Sunday Manning led the Indianapolis
Colts to a methodical Super Bowl victory
S' against the Chicago Bears.
.-, ~ Manning did what had to be done last
Sunday evening in spite of the fact that he was 7
points down before he got on the soggy field. He did
what Peyton Manning does best. Hi dissected the Bears
defense. He called over 90% of the plays from the line of scrimmage
and when the Bears made a mistake like the broken coverage on Reggie
"I want to be held accountable each and every year.
Next year my goal is to be a better quarterback... "
Peyton Manning Monday morning
Wayne in the first quarter, he made them pay.
The stats are interesting and they show a much closer game than was
played. But the one stat that tells the story best is the time of possession. The
longest possession for the bears was an 8 play series that last-
ed for less than three minutes
For anyone who still doubts the Colts quarterback,
Manning now has the ring that so many claim-provides the
ultimate credentials. But he wants to be better!
S When asked about what would be expected from him next
year, now that he has proven himself, Manning said I want
to be held accountable each and every year. Next year my
goal is to be a better quarterback, and I feel like I should be
because of the experience that I gained this year."
A coach's dream!
Peyton Manning travels to Honolulu this week, where the
best players from the AFC will face the best from the NFC in
the Pro Bowl on Saturday. But Honolulu's 50,000-seat Aloha
Stadium with picture-perfect playing conditions against a
backdrop of blue skies, clear water and swaying palm trees
will seem like home to Manning.
Joining the Super Bowl MVP in the Pro Bowl will be wide
ngy pose with receivers Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne, center Jeff
rdi Trophy Saturday and OL Tank Glenn
The. events on the field
were only a hint at the
broader roles played by
Gaither and Robinson. The
son of a minister, Gaither
had aspired to a career in
law until his father's death
made him the family bread-
winner. Nonetheless, he
went on to earn a master's
degree at Ohio State at a
Blossom Classic games -
1955, 1964, 1967 and 1969.
Robinson would go on to
accumulate the most victo-
ries (408) of any college
... both Gaither and Robinson insisted
that their athletes go to class and earn degrees.
football coach, while
Gaither would register one
of the highest winning per-
centages (.844) with a
career, record of 204-36-4.
Both produced scores of
players for the N.F.L.
The 1967 Orange
Blossom Classic had as its
James Harris of Grambling,
who became the first black
quarterback to regularly
start in the N.F.L., and Ken
Riley of Florida A&M, who
became an all-pro defensive
back for the Cincinnati
Wednesday featured Suns
President Peter Bragan, Jr.,
as well as many other nota-
bles from the world of base-
The event was the pre-
mier scholarship fundraising
event for the Flagler College
baseball team, which com-
petes in the Florida,'Sun
time in the 1960s when only
3 percent of black adults
even had a bachelor's
Perhaps the most telling
characteristic of these
coaches was the simple fact
that both Gaither and
Robinson insisted that their
athletes go to class and earn
They cared about the
individuals as much as the
football players a trait
cited these days about
Coaches Tony Dungy of
Indianapolis and Lovie
Smith of Chicago.
Conference of the NAIA.
Last season, the Flagler
Saints posted a 31-22 record
and were ranked as high as
26th in the national NAIA
The event was held in the
Flagler College Elegant
Super Bowl XLI, with
its super-hyped confronta-
tion between African-
American head coaches,
was a big deal to many
But to the more seasoned
black fan the game invoked
memories of the old Orange
Blossom Classic, the unoffi-
cial championship game for
the all-black colleges of the
then segregated South.
Starting in 1933, the
Gators Unanimous No.1 Pick;
Carolina and Wisconsin Lose
The 21-2 Florida Gators became the first unanimous
No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll in
nearly two years, taking all 72 first place votes in
The Gators had 45 first place votes last week, but the
defending national champions benefited from losses by
then-No. 2 Wisconsin and No. 3 North Carolina.
The last unanimous No. 1 was Illinois in the final
poll of 2004-05. The Illini were unanimous in six of the
final seven polls that season.
Al Horford dropped in a carper-high 22 points along
with 13 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 blocks to help the top-
ranked Gators over Tennessee 94-78 Saturday and
extend the nation's longest winning streak to 14 games.
Against Vanderbilt earlier in the week, Lee Humphrey
made five 3-pointers, including three, straight to key a
rally from a double-digit deficit, as the top-ranked Gators
beat the 24th-ranked Commodores 74-64.,
Orange Blossom Classic -
which often drew as many
as 40,000 to the Orange
Bowl stadium in Miami -
provided .the forum for the
legendary likes of Florida
A&M's Jake Gaither,
Grambling's Eddie Gay
Robinson and Gaither
met in four of the Orange
Coach Eddie Gay Robinson of
Grambling State whose football
records include nine National
Black College Championships
The Flagler College
Baseball team's "Dine with
the Stars" ce\nt, last
All Black College Super Bowl:
The Old Orange Blossom Classic
FEBRUARY 10, 2007
S- o SSHH From Actual Police Reports
Your Weeklv Horoscope 4ss DID YOU HEAR ABOUT?
(Aries March 21st thru
April 19th) You're not one
to follow the
best ideas are the unusual-
ones now. Then while
everyone else is all about
all things romantic around
Wed, you're probably all
about work and career. If
you've got a sweetie, don't
forget to show you care!
You're future-oriented on
Thur and Fri; new technol-
ogy, fresh ideas and big
plans are emphasized, and
help and resources are
available to speed you on
your way. This weekend,
commitments are problem-
atic. Avoid signing con-
tracts, making major pur-
chases or upping the ante in
(Taurus- April 20th thru
May 20th) Choose sub-
stance over style
on Monday -- it
may take some
Extra thought to
determine which is which.
Then you're given a stellar
ability to step into someone
else's shoes and see how
they feel. The kind of deep
understanding you can
achieve now could get
downright hot on Wed --
you're extremely loveable
now. Around Thur and Fri,
something's funny, and
probably more funny-pecu-
liar than funny-ha-ha. It
could be annoying;, get to
the bottom of it. Enacting a
wild idea is favored this
weekend, so what have you
got in mind?
(Gemini May 21st thru
June 21st) Resist telling
what you can
show on Mon. A
worth a thou-
sand words. Something's
hidden around Tuesday and.
Wed, whether literally or
figuratively -- could it have
to do with the love depart-
ment? Maybe it's time to
lay your heart on the line or
insist that someone else
does. On Thur and Fri,
your always-open mind can
grasp new viewpoints with
even more alacrity than
usual. Make sure that what
you're agreeing with agrees
with your true values.
Watch out for mixed mes-
sages or misunderstandings
this weekend; comprehen-
sion takes creativity now.
(Cancer June 22nd thru
July 22nd) Know what to
keep to yourself
on Monday; the
less said, the
better. The ener-
gy's changeable around
Tuesday and Wednesday,
and you have a profound
impact on how it all goes.
Bring positive energy to the
table, especially when it
comes to romantic matters,
and you'll be looking very
good indeed. On Thursday
and Friday, money or a
budget may be a point of
contention. Be objective
rather than emotional, and
make a sensible case for
your point of view. You're
clicking with others this
weekend, and both philo-
sophical conversations and
day-trips to new spots are
fun and fruitful.
(Leo July 23rd thru
August 22) Don't wait until
later in the week
to celebrate the
power of love;
you're burning hot, and all
things romantic are very
much favored. Around
Tuesday and Wednesday,
bold moves of all sorts may
be appealing, but you could
come across as brash or
insensitive. The simple
solution? Listen up rather
than 'lecturing (and before
taking action). Your ability
to come up with an entirely
different option on
Thursday or Friday might
just make you a superstar --
exercise that bulging cre-
ative muscle of yours! Ahd
this weekend, keep your
finances separate from oth-
ers' as much as possible.
(Virgo August 23rd thru
September 22nd) Handle a
family matter or
a major work
** .. r Monday. You'll
want to have the decks clear
for some incoming romance
around Tuesday and
Wednesday; the stars are
sending some serious fun
and flirtation your way.
Playing Cupid for someone
else earns you karmic bonus
points! On Thursday and
Friday, think carefully
about how you're phrasing
your suggestions -- you may
come across as just being
critical, so be sure to point
out what they're doing right
too. Expect some things to
get lost in the shuffle this
weekend; sometimes that's
just the way it goes.
(Libra September 23rd
thru October 22nd) Ask
Monday -- the
.sA^, answers you get
ingly positive (or at least
very revealing). Around
Tuesday and Wednesday,
the sentimentality in the air
may have quite an effect on
you; try to keep it all (espe-
cially the love-related stuff)
in perspective! Time spent
with a friend with a good
sense of humor is definitely
in order. Then your personal
energy's great on Thursday
and Friday, with social
activities favored and your
brain in high gear. Watch
for an excellent idea. Finish
off a project this weekend
rather than starting a new
(Scorpio October 23rd
thru November 21st)
Weigh any risks
on Monday; 'a
approach is warranted now.
Around Tuesday and
Wednesday, you're full of
bright ideas and you're
communicating like a
dream. If you focus your
awesome powers on the
realm of romance, well,
who can say what kind of
sweet results you'll get?
You or someone close to
you may be advocating for
some radical reenvisioning
on Thursday and Friday,
whether at work or else-
where. And this weekend,
your mystical, passionate,
creative side is ready and
willing. Give it something
to work with!
22nd thru December 21st)
H You're an all-star
on Monday, and
whatever you put
w. your mind to is a
shoo-in. Around Tuesday
and Wednesday, it's your
unique approach that wins
you bonus points -- and
hearts! When it comes to
romance, let others go the
red-roses route; you've got
different, more original, bet-
ter ideas. Then pick up some
new concepts from other
sources -- people, books,
art,- blogs and more -- on
Thursday and Friday. Your
own thinking can expand
exponentially now. This
weekend, to call you absent-
minded would be putting it
mildly; try to keep your wits
22nd thru January 19th)
ideals with some
Monday. Perfectionism only
gets you so far in an imper-
fect world. Around Tuesday
and Wednesday, it looks like
you may get some well-
deserved recognition --
maybe at work, perhaps for
your lusciously loyal style
of loving. Things look hot
for singles now, so work it.
Short-term plans might go
awry on Thursday and
Friday, but take the longer
view and recover gracefully.
A slight change of tactics is
in order. This weekend, dif-
ferent methods of communi-
cating get different results --
think about your medium.
thru February 18th)
-, very fruitful on
whether it's of
the work-related or social
variety (or, even better, a
synergy of the two). If you
feel low-energy around
Tuesday and Wednesday,
be proactive about getting
rest, exercise and healthy
foods. What'll lift your spir-
its even more is letting
those in your life know how
much you care -- love is
truly in the air. On
Thursday and Friday, you
should be all powered up,
and you can use that power
for an electric brainstorm-
ing session. Watch out for
being extravagant this
weekend; there's the future
(Pieces February 19th
and March 20th)You may
want to chal-
lenge an author-
ity figure on
Monday, but in
the next couple of days
you'll be glad that you took
a diplomatic approach.
Those in high places come
to your aid now, and as far
as the love energy goes on
Wednesday, Cupid may be
aiming right at' you from
on high. Be a ready and
willing target! On
Thursday and Friday, your
thoughts may be confus-
ing, but your dreams are a
source of power. Allow
time to let it all evolve
within you. This weekend,
the stars say you can trans-
form your world in fantas-
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and unauthorized use of a vehicle. Prior to his arrival the dispatcher rerouted him
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gone. She then asked her teenage children and their friends who were at the
house and if they knew who had the car. Her son's friend, GC, told her that the
suspect, IW, told him that he had took the keys, and car and crashed it into a pole.
The victim located her car at Ace Towing and Storage and it had been totaled.
The victim stated that the suspect told her that he would have the car fixed for
her. She was given a f.form and advised of the filing procedure. She completed
and signed a stolen vehicle affidavit. The vehicle could not be repaired.
He Broke Into the House: An officer was called to the 5000 block of
Commonwealth by a witness who observed a burglary in progress. The dispatch-
er told the officer that the witness stated that he observed a black male wearing
gloves, black hat, black shirt and gray pants had just entered a rear upstairs win-
dow of a house and was still in the house.
Upon arrival, the officer covered the front of the house while another officer
went to the rear. One of the officers observed a window screen on the eastside of
the house and also observed that the rear window was open at the rear of the
house. One of the officers observed the suspect, CAC, inside of the house stand-
ing at the open window. When the suspect saw the officer, he closed the window
and shut the blinds. Soon afterwards, the K-9 officer arrived and the suspect went
out the front door of the house where he was taken into custody. A search was
conducted to get the name of the homeowner, through JEA and the suspect said
that the name given was the victim's name and that he knew the people who lived
in the house and that he was a friend of her son. He stated that he went through
the window before without permission'to enter. He told that his friend was at
school at Grand Park. The officer called the school and talked with the friend
who lived at the house and was advised that he knew the person but that he had
never entered through the rear window to visit him. When the officer asked him
what would his mother want to do about this friend entering their home, he
advised, "lock him up." The officer was unable to speak to the mother but left
two messages on her cell phone. The witness advised that the dogs barking alert-
ed him to the suspect climbing through the bathroom window. The officer said he
could not tell if the'suspect had opened any drawers or had gone through anything
at the house because of the house was not tidy. The suspect stated that he went to
the house, knocked on the door, and when no one answered, he went through the
rear bathroom window. He was arrested.
He Had A Knife Cut: An officer was dispatched to Shands Medical Center in
reference to an injury involving a knife. "When he met with the subject, ET, in the
Flex Care section of the hospital, the subject would not cooperate. The injured
man, TEN, was asked what caused him to have the cut on the back of his right
leg. TEN advised the officer that he sat on the knife. When the officer asked him
what type of knife that he sat on, he responded, "a regular knife." And then he
said, "What, you don't believe me, you saying that I'm lying dawg?" The officer
informed the injured victim that his injury was not consistent with his version of
what happened to him. The hospital staff told the officer that the subject could
not have cut himself by sitting on a knife. The subject became belligerent. He
refused to respond to any questions about the incident or give out personal infor-
mation. The officer was able to get personal information about the subject from
the hospital and left a case card and pamphlet with the subject. The officer went
to the address on Locksley where the subject had given as the place where he sat
on the knife but received no response. The case was cleared because the victim
refused to cooperate.
Violation ofAn Injunction: On Monday morning at approximately 10:25
p.m., an officer responded to a violation of injunction complaint at the 4000 block
of Sunbeam Road the Leigh Meadows Apartments. The officer arrived at the
scene and met with Ms. CLD who stated that her ex-boyfriend, TC violated the
terms of an injunction for protection. An investigation revealed that Mr. TC and
Ms. D resided together in the past and have one minor child in common. The
injunction was issued in January 2005 and Mr. C was served with the final injunc-
tion on January 19, 2005. Section 4 of the injunction sets the terms of visitation
for Mr. C. The injunction list SC as the responsible person that is to coordinate
the visitation arrangements with the minor child. Section 5 of the injunction stat-
ed the terms of contact between Mr. C and Ms. D. According to Ms. D she was at
her residence socializing with her friend JK (witness). Ms. JK ended her visit and
opened the door to Ms. D's residence and observed Mr. C at the entrance. Ms. D
went to the door and asked Mr. C to leave. Mr. C refused, and attempted to talk
to Ms. D. Ms. D called to her 14-year-old child to call the police so Mr. C left the
Mr. C called Ms. D several times while the officer was still present investigating
the complaint. On one occasion, Ms. D handed the telephone to the officer who
briefly spoke to Mr. C who attempted to explain the reason for his visit. The offi-
cer informed Mr. C that he could not debate the course of his actions and ended
the call. Ms. D advised the officer that she and Mr. C were due to appear in court
regarding their situation the following day. An information card was given.
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Jermaine Dupri Named President of Island Records
Jermaine Dupri, one
of the industry's most
and songwriters, has been
appointed president of
Island Records Urban
Music, a new division of
the Island Def Jam Music
Group, it was announced
today by Antonio "L.A."
Reid, Chairman, Island
Def Jam Music Group.
As part of the arrange-
ment, Mr. Dupri will
oversee Island's entire
urban music operation. In
addition, he will produce
artists on the IDJ roster,
as well as provide his
production services to the
entire Universal Music
Group family of labels.
Dupri, the longtime
boyfriend of superstar
Janet Jackson, will report
directly to Mr. Reid, and
to Steve Bartels,
Def Jam Music Group,
on operational matters.
Dupri will be based in
Atlanta and New York.
"Jermaine's career has
grown from strength to
strength over the years,"
said Mr. Reid, "as a pro-
ducer and songwriter and
recording artist in his
own right, as a respected
label executive and entre-
preneur, and as a highly
esteemed developer of
new talent. His deep ties to
Atlanta's creative R&B
and hip-hop community
have been the springboard
to working with the great-
est names in contemporary
music. This is a tremen-
dous step forward for
Island Records and its
established roster of artists
who will benefit enor-
mously from Jermaine's
"I'm so excited to be
reunited with L.A. Reid
because most of my
biggest hits were when he
and I worked together,"
said Mr. Dupri. "And 'then
to be working side by side
with Steve Bartels -- I
don't think there's a better
team because he's by far
the best in the game. I
can't wait for us to start
stuntin' on y'all."
"I am thrilled that
Jermaine has decided to
join the Island Def Jam
family," said Mr. Bartels.
"Jermaine is a prestigious
hitmaker as well as a pro-
duction wizard. I personal-
ly look forward to helping
be part of once again,
adding to and continuing
his illustrious legacy."
Jermaine Dupri is one
of the preeminent figures
in Urban Music today. He
has written, produced, or
mixed hit records for
many of the industry's top
artists. His long-distance
About Us." All three
were from The
Emancipation of Mimi,
the #1 top-selling album
of 2005. In addition to his
collaborations with IDJ
artists Jay-Z, Ludacris,
and Lionel Richie, Dupri
has turned out hits with
Aretha Franklin, Whitney
Houston, TLC, Run-
DMC, Toni Braxton,
Alicia Keyes, Nelly,
Chingy, Janet Jackson,
Monica, Aaliyah, Ciara,
and many others.
Jermaine Dupri was
19 years old when he pro-
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run of hits with Usher,
which began in 1997, cul-
minated with 2004's string
of "Burn," "Confessions
Part II," and "My Boo" (a
duet with Alicia Keys)
which drove 8-times plat-
inum sales of Usher's
Confessions album, mak-
ing it the best-selling
album of the year.
Dupri is no stranger to
the Island roster, having
co-written and produced
the Mariah Carey #1 hits
"We Belong Together" (for
which he shared the
Grammy award for Best
R&B Song), "Shake It
Off," and "Don't Forget
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BET Networks Unwraps the Top 25 Events-that (mis)shaped Black America
Mooney Leads Gang of
Celebrities to Count
Down the Good, Bad,
and Downright Ugly
Mishaps that Altered
BET is at it again
with another Top 25
special that is shocking,
and sure to cause much
Tuesday, February 20,
2007 @ 10:00 p.m.
ET/PT, join the "King
of Controversy" Paul
Mooney as he profiles
the "Top 25 Events
That (mis) Shaped
,Black America. Brace
yourselves as Mooney
leads the ultimate
countdown to calamity.
"Here at BET we
like to create Black
History Month specials
you won't see on any
other network, and we
managed to do that
with this Top 25," said
BET President of
"There's a lot of contro-
these topics, but it's
time to shed light on
issues discussed at
work, the barber shops,
and beauty salons
across the country."
These issues are real --
these things did hap-
pen; BET is bringing
them to the forefront --
so let's talk about them.
Mooney's raw and
humor weaves every-
thing together brilliant-
ly. Hopefully this will
stir up some emotion
and spark genuine con-
versation on how to
The show features
comical insight from
hip-hop critic, Fab 5
Meagan Good; pop cul-
ture critics Nekesa
Watson, Toure, Emil
Wilbekin, and Lola
ment lawyer, Londell
publicist Marvet Britto;
New York radio person-
ality Miss Info; R&B
crooner, Mario, and
The prequel to this
special, "Top 25 Most
Moments" drew an
impressive 1.4 million
viewers and was the
number one telecast of
February 2006 among
BET's target demo,
adults 18-34, according
to Nielsen Media
Research. This Top 25
will hold nothing back.
Katrina, the assassina-
tion of two of the great-
leaders -- Martin
Luther King and
Malcolm X; to ridicu-
like America's fixation
with Elvis, the "bling"
phenomenon and the
negative images glori-
fied in the hip-hop
game -- it's open season
for Mooney and our
panel of celebrities.
Tune in and watch BET
claim the crown of con-
troversy on February
20, 2007 at 10 p.m.
Dupri con'td from A-1
duced his first #1 recojx
on the Billboard Hot 100,
Kris Kross' 1992 single,
"Jump." The 5-times plat-
inum sales of the teen
duo's debut album led to
Dupri's founding of the So
So Def label in 1993. He
was quickly marked as or*
of the foremost young
entrepreneurs driving the
arrival of hip-hop as a cen-
tral creative and commer-
cial force in mainstream
music. So So Def became
known as an engine not
only of hit records, but of
artist development, as
Dupri went on to sign and
nurture the careers of
many gold, platinum, and
artists including Xscape,
Da Brat, Jagged Edge, Lil'
Bow Wow, Dem Franchize
Turn Ons & Turn Offs
SSun. 211 @ 10 p.m. (EST)
Tall. & lean or short .S thick' The brothers
, describe their ideal mate on the next
"Bla: k .,Men Revealed."
All-Star Mom on TV One
Sun. 2/11 @ 9 p.m. (EST)
NBA mom Ann Iverson lets you in on her
ghetto fabulous lifestyle.
Stevie Wonder Performs
Fri. 29 @ 9 p.m. (EST)
Stevie Wonder petforrns on the neext
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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 01/29/07
1. Super Bowl XLI, CBS
2. Super Bowl XLI, Post Game, CBS
3. Super Bowl XLI, Post Game Show, CBS
4. American Idol, Tues., FOX
5. American Idol, Wed., FOX
6. Criminal Minds, CBS
7. House, FOX
8. Grey's Anatomy, ABC
9. CSI, CBS
10. Girlfriends, CW
9 p.m. on
House: If you
Martin as a
you might be a little put off by
his performance in this 2003
comedy, which casts him as a
lawyer named Peter. But his
co-star, Queen Latifah, brings
lots of fun.
Source: Nielsen Media Research
8 p.m. on
Idol: Now that
over, it's down to business, as
those who got the golden tick-
et to Hollywood get a chance
to show their stuff once more
in front of judges Randy Jack-
son, Paula Abdul and Simon
Cowell. Traditionally they per-
form in groups of three, so a lot
is riding on their ability to "play
well with others."
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Whassup continuedfrom D-1
band of 14 years, Bobby
Brown) is already dat-
ing 26-year-old R&B
singer Ray J, the
younger brother of
Available from Commercial News Providers"
Pair for Duet" in
two of the music world's
biggest stars and most
acclaimed voices, have
Gitano," a sensual, fla-
menco-pop track that
will debut February 12,
on the premier episode
of Telemundo's El Zorro
novella. The track will
also appear on the
artists' respective solo
''Amor Gitano" was
written by Grammy
w i n n i n g
artists Reyli Barba and
Jaime Flores, co-written
by Beyonce and pro-
duced by Grammy win-
ning producer Rudy
Perez and is a thrilling
blend of the stars' voices
in a heated declaration
of love and passion.
"I'm your gypsy, your
Fernandez. "I'm your
thief, I'm going to love
you even if they tear my
heart out," answers
Beyonce. The song
opens with un cantando,
a flamenco shout-out
and proceeds with com-
rhythms and guitars,
strong enough to make
even the least Latin
among us move.
"Amor Gitano" will
appear on Beyonce's
upcoming special edi-
tion of B'day along with
six other Spanish lan-
guage tracks including a
Spanish version of the
#1 hit "Irreplaceable."
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