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 Section A: Main
 Section A: Main: Editorial
 Section A: Main: Church
 Section A: Main: Lifestyle
 Section A: Main: State
 Section A: Main: National
 Section A: Main continued
 Section B: Prep Rap
 Section C: Local
 Section C continued
 Section C: Regional
 Section C: Sports
 Section C continued
 Section D: Entertainment
 
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Editorial
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    Section A: Main: Church
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    Section A: Main: Lifestyle
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: State
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: National
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    Section A: Main continued
        page A 7
        page A 8
    Section B: Prep Rap
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
    Section C: Local
        page C 1
    Section C continued
        page C 2
        page C 3
    Section C: Regional
        page C 4
    Section C: Sports
        page C 5
    Section C continued
        page C 6
        page C 7
        page C 8
    Section D: Entertainment
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.. '' On May 30, 2005, Mrs. Millie Witt-Surrency said herlife, the life of
I '" her family and several other family lives changed. At that time, she did
not realize the extent of the change. But, on that day, she said, her son,
S- Brandon along with his two best friends, Amber and Kenneth, were out
joyriding and stopped at a BP station on Phillips Highway. Brandon
used the bathroom while Kenneth approached the counter to make a
S: purchase but when he returned to the car, he told Brandon and Amber
:; ^ that he could not make the purchase because he had lost his ID. Amber
:'- told him that one of the white guys picked up something when he exit Kenneth Worthen,
Brandon Witt, witness, ed the store so, Kenneth instructed her to follow them. received 40-Years for
with swollen eyes, ears According to Brandon and Amber, they were able to flag the car down Murder.
and face.
and Kenneth got out of the back seat, asked Brandon to get out with him
in the event he was needed because there were two of them in the car.
When Kenneth asked the men iPthey had picked up his ID they said no,
but had picked up a $20 bill and gave that to Kenneth, thinking it may
have been his $20. Even though the money did not belong to Kenneth,
he accepted it, reached in his pocket and stabbed the driver, piercing his
S heart. When he returned to the car, he grabbed a towel and wiped the .
blood off of the knife. When Brandon asked him what had he done, he
replied, "I gutted the MF." Brandon asked "Why, over a few dollars?'" Terrance D. Mabry,
', Kenneth replied, "He tried me." beating suspect in
Man Beaten Continued on A-7
Teen Arrested for Attempted Love and Kisses Promoted by

Murder of Police Officer U. S. Postal Service


Courtney Hendley, 16
Murder Suspect
There was a basketball
game at Paxon Middle
School and several teens
attended. A fight broke out
among the teens and some
of the teens were removed
from the gym but the fight
continued outside and gun-
shots were heard.
School Resource Officer
Green heard two shots and
attempted to detain
Courtney Hendley, 16,
Brent Gordon, 18 and
Tranx once Brewer, 18.


Handcuffs were placed on
Brent Gordon and
Courtney Hendley was
ordered to lay on the
ground. Tranvonce Brewer
ran and jumped over a
fence into the woods. The
officer began to chase him.
Witness say that Gordon
had dropped a gun. When
the officer left to chase
Brewer, Hendley, who was
laying down, got up and
picked up the gun, stating,
"I'm gonna kill Officer
Green." He then fired
Teen Arrested Continued A-7


The Post Office proclaims
Wednesday, February 28 as
'Kiss and Make Up Day,"
two weeks after Valentine's
Day. The Hershey's
Kissmobile will be at the
.h Pottsburg Post Office,
located at 10700 Beach
Boulevard from 11 am to 1
p.m. Wednesday.
Participating. in the event will be the Kissmobile
Chocolate Ambassadors Kelli and Ana along with Post
Office spokespersons, passing out free chocolate, giving
everyone a reminder that kindness is a choice, not just a
feeling as they present the new "Love and Kisses" stamp.

States With Highest Black

Murder Rates

According to the most recent data released by the FBI,
which is their first analysis banking the 50 states according to
their Black homicide rates, the ten top states with Black
homicides per 100,000-are: Pennsylvania, 29.52; Louisiana,
29.48; Indiana, 29.20; California, 28.95; Missouri, 28.63;
Michigan, 28.2; Maryland, 24.64; Minnesota, 24.45;
Nevada, 23.67 and Arizona with 21.54.
The study found that firearms, usually handguns, were the
weapon of choice in the homicides.


Neighborhood Rallies to Family's Support! Man Arrested
Fire Leaves 9-Year-Old In Shands Burn Center for Murder


Nathaniel Murphy, 9, is
on life support in critical
condition at the burn ward
of Shands Gainesville after
a fire swept through his
home, consuming the entire
structure on Sunday.
But, within 24-hours of
the tragic fire, the hearts and
pocketbooks of the entire
neighborhood opened up to
help young Nathaniel and
his family.
A fundraiser organized
by a nearby church kicked
into action Monday morning
and by early afternoon the
corner of Myrtle and
Moncrief Road was filled
with food, games and peo-
ple wanting to help the fam-
ily. According to JFRD, a


rapid moving fire consumed
the entire structure. Eight
people were inside when the
fire started.
"When our church heard
about it, our congregation
raised an offering for them,"
said St. Matthews Baptist
Church Rev. George Price.
"Trustees decided to make a
donation of $1,000 to the
family and then when we
meet the family, we'll decide
what more can be done on
their behalf."
But the burnt remnants
of furniture and the frame of
the house is all that remains
of the Murphy's home onW.
22nd Street. "When the fire
started the father was trying
to get the children out of the


house. Nathaniel was the
only individual injured dur-
ing the incident," said Sgt.
Andre Ayoub.
Investigators do not sus-
pect foul play. Individuals
or organizations widhing to
assist the family may con-
tact Mr. Jeremy Holcomb at
The North Main Street
Baptist Church, Telephone:
904-765-5502


Arnold Perry, 60
Murder Suspect
Arnold Perry has been
charged with the murder of
Tommy Munford, 70, who
was shot and killed on
December 22, 2006 in his
own driveway. His wallet
was missing and his pock-
ets had been searched.
Perry was linked to the'
murder because he had a
gunshot wound to his eye
that had been fired by
Munford's gun, which was
left at the murder scene.


Fire At Edward Waters College
The building is owned by
Edward Waters College,
located at the corner of
Russia Street and Kings
Road, across from the old
ABC Liquor store. It was
once a fresh meat market.
On Thursday, around 4:51
p.m., it was observed that
smoke was coming from
.-. the building and the JFRD
S S. was called. No one was
S injured and the cause of the
fire is unknown.

Spike Lee Wins Polk Award
S Director, Spike Lee won the annual
George Polk Award for his documentary
on life in New Orleans after Hurricane
Katrina "When the Levees Broke: A
Requiem in Four Acts," along with its
producer, Sam Pollard, which show the
poor performance of the government.

The Last People With

Anna Nicole Smith


Taz, Anna's nurse and
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guard and closest
confidante.


Anna Nicole
Smith died on
February 8,
2007 while
staying at the
Hard Rock
Hotel in
Hollywood,
Florida. She
was 39 years
of age.


Anna Nicole Smith's nurse was in the room with her and
realized that something was wrong, her mouth was open and
there were patches of purple on the top of her body and on
her face. She called her husband, who is a registered para-
medic, advising that Anna was not breathing. They tried to
save her but to no avail. The world is still waiting to see the
cause of death and what will happen to Anna's daughter with
three men stating they are the father and a grandmother
wanting to share in this innocent child's life. Big Moe said
that Anna Nicole was a very loving mother. She had serious
love for her son, Daniel, 20, and was still having difficulties
getting over his sudden death. Her only relief, according to
her bodyguard and her former assistant, was when she was
with her daughter Dannielynn.
After being advised that the former Playboy Bunny's body
was deteriorating and that she must be buried by Saturday,
the judge gave permission for her burial.

News Briefs
Project Reach Helping to Reduce Crime
Headed by Reginald Brown, Project Reach will be hosting
a celebration on Saturday, February 24, for the FCAT train-
ing program called Project PASS (Parents and Students
Succeeding). The 6-week workshop is held every Saturday
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and is committed to empow-
ering the families of Jacksonville to live a life of excellence;
affording them tools to be successful.
Agreement Reached For James Brown's
Burial
James Brown's six children and his living partner, Tomi
Rae Hynie have finally agreed upon a burial place for the
award winning singer who died on Christmas Day. He
was 73.
Brown's present resting place is still confidential but the
manager of the funeral home who handled Brown's funer-
al said that he does a constant check on Brown by opening
his gold casket to verify he is doing fine.
The children and Tomi Rae Hynie had asked the court to
appoint a special administrator to oversee Brown's trust
since they believe the present trustee is mismanaging
Brown's estate. The judge agreed to do so.


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Have you noticed how
the vulnerable, exploited,
dysfunctional Anna Nicole
Smith, has been elevated in
death to a blond American
goddess worthy of 24-hour
cable worship. In life, she
pursued wealth and fame at
all costs and became a media
darling through her promis-
cuous, hip shaking, bosom
busting antics and accusa-
tions of being a gold-digger,
yet I doubt anyone asked if
she were "White enough," or
"lewd enough" or even
screamed "enough already,
sit down."
In the current political
soap opera, we have U.S.
Senator Barack Obama, a
presidential candidate,
whose father is a Black
African. In 1991, Obama
graduated from Harvard Law
School where he was the first
African-American president
of the Harvard Law Review.
With' that on his resume he
could have commanded big
bucks from the prestigious
corporate law firms. Instead
he opted to work at a church
based community center for
$10,000 yearly in a Chicago
ghetto.
And now some Black
pundits are handing White
pundits a club to beat the jun-
ior senator from Illinois over
the head by their stereotypi-
cal critique that Obama who
championed the causes of the
impoverished, maligned and
marginalized in the Illinois
state legislature is "not Black


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enough."
If you are blond Anna
Nicole Smith, you are deified
for doing a lot about virtual-
ly nothing. But if you are like
Barack Obama you are deni-
grated for doing much about
a lot that should make folks
proud.
What does "Black
enough" mean? Who should
decide who is in and who is
out? Black Ebonics-speaking
students often deride those
who speak standard English
as "not Black enough."
Does the term mean as
New York Daily News writer
Stanley Crouch wrote that
"other than color, Obama
does not share a heritage
with the majority of black
Americans, who are descen-
dants of plantation slaves."
Can you see that standard
being applied to Whites that
none could run for president
unless they could prove they
were descendants of slave
masters? Do you rule out
Blacks who were indentured
servants or were rescued
from slavery by Native
Americans? What about the
millions of Blacks whose
parents or themselves were
immigrants from Africa, the
Caribbean, Australia or other
parts of the world, such as
Shirley Chisholm, Gen.
Colin Powell or Sidney
Portier? Are their contribu-
tions invalid?
When the Rev. Jesse
Jackson ran for president, he
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audacity to raise issues criti-
cal to people of color, farm-
ers and others locked out of
the system.
What is the heritage of
Black Americans? Surely it
is victimization, but it is also
bravery, fighting in many
wars, even as we were treat-
ed worse than the enemies;
of being the moral compass
of the nation and dying for
freedoms that helps define
this nation as a democracy. Is
there anything about Sen.
Obama that disqualifies him
from that heritage?
Moreover, when you look at
people like Tiger Woods,
Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey,
CNN's Soledad O'Brien,
they are mere reminders that
we are seeing the rise of a
blended America. In the last
decades the growth of ethnic
so-called minorities in
America has been phenome-
nal. Since 1980, the Asian
American population has
almost tripled, Hispanic
Americans more than dou-
bled, Native Americans
increased 62 percent, and
African Americans
increased 31 percent, while
the non-ethnic population
has remained almost the
same.
Obama's life experience
may have intrinsically pre-
pared him to represent a
multi-racially, spiritually
diverse America more than
any other national candidate.
He spent much of his child-
hood experiencing the cul-
tural diversity of Hawaii and
Indonesia with his Kansas-
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enough in America to be
denied a cab ride home.
Actually, I think the ques-
tion of blackness addresses
the issue of context more
than culture. Every since
Clarence Thomas, the
paragon of self-hatred, was
hi-jacked to the WSupreme
Court, lacks have been right-
ly jittery about accepting
Blacks that Whites like too
much. Yet, no one is accus-
ing Black corigresspersons
who are supporting Hillary
Clinton over the junior
Senator from Illinois as sell-
outs.
Equally as important, as
Sen. Obama being a bridge
for embracing cultural and
racial diversity is his ability
to help the hapless
Democrats talk about reli-
gion and values. For decades
Obama has worshipped
along with his wife,
Michelle, at Trinity United
Church of Christ in Chicago,
where under his pastor,
Jeremiah Wright, social jus-
tice and reforming society
are not only preached but
also. practiced.
Questions of blackness
and spiritually are not irrele-
vant. They should be asked.
But when "blackness"
becomes a codeword for
wrong and whiteness does
not suggest' wrong even
when wrongdoing is over-
whelming, we can see the
negative consequences of
double standards and stereo-
typical thinking.
Barbara Reynolds, is. an
ordained minister, a profes-
sor at Howard University
and author of several books.


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JFaith In Our Community

Schedule of Events and Services

THE ST. NICHOLAS BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH,
located at :606 San Diego Rd., Jacksonville, FL. Celebration
of their 127th Church and 14th Pastor Anniversary, Sunday,
February ;5 Sunday, March 4, 2007. Rev. Dr. Richard W.
Jackson, astor. Theme: We are Striving to Build a Strong,
Steadfast, Partnership With Christ!
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 11:30a.m. and 6p.m. Monday,
Wednesday i, at 7:30 p.m. Wisdom Center in Tulsa, OK.
THE DIA NE REID "SAVE THE YOUTH" SHOW &
GOSPEL MUSIC SPECIAL ALL MONTH on Channel
98 (on Ad lphia) in Brunswick, GA and surrounding areas
every Mor day, February 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th at 8:00 pim.
- 9:00 p.m Call (912) 267-6448 for more information.
CONGRATULATIONS BISHOP DR. JAN D. GOOD-
MAN, SR. AND ONE ACCORD MINISTRIES INTER-
NATION)AL, INC. located at 2971 Waller St., Jacksonville,
FL. On tie celebration of our 13th Church and Pastor's
Anniversay! Wednesday, February 21, and ends Saturday,
February '!4. Nightly at 7:30p.m.,With Bishop Phillip O.
Thomas oj'Highview Christian Fellowship, Fairfax, VA.
FIRST N ISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH located at
810 Third Ave., South, Jacksonville Beach, FL, Rev. Dr.
Marvin A. McQueen, I, Pastor. Annual Women's
Conference -, to be held Wed, February 28 through Fri, March
2, at 7p.m. and 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. services on Sun, March 4.
SWORD ND SHIELD KINGDOM OUTREACH MIN-
ISTRY will be held at the Father's House Conference
Center, 18 20 Monument Rd, Jacksonville, FL, Bldg 2; 2007
Serious Praise Service, February 25th at 3:45 p.m. Rev.
Nelson Williams, Pastor of Tabernacle International of Faith,
Jacksonville, FL will bring the message. Rev. Mattie W.
Freeman, ] ounder/Pastor. Admission is free.
THE SUMMERVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH FAMILY
extends an invitation to all of our many friends in and around
Jacksonville to a history making occasion. We will be enter-
ing our ne v worship center on Sunday, February 25, 2007 at
4:00 p.m. with Pastor James W. Henry. The new location is
690 W. 20 h St., Jacksonville, FL.
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Sunday, February 25th. Church School at 9:30 a.m., Morning
Worship at 10:50 a.m. and Afternoon celebration at 4 p.m.
All are invited. For more information call Deacon Birnett
Gee at (904) 768-7308 or the church at (904) 355-0015.
PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH, located at 5577
Moncrief Rd., with Rev. Harold LeGree, Pastor invites you
to attend the Deacon Joseph Crews 38th Soloist
Anniversary, February 25th at 7:00 p.m. Appearing are:
Gospel tones, God Spiritual Gifts, New Creations, Dea.
Willie Kirkland, Ponder Singers, Rejoice, Sweet
Inspirations, Golden Clouds, and other Groups of the City.
For more information call Deacon Joseph Crews at 335-
7959.
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH GOSPEL FEST 2007 will
be March 4th at 5 p.m., to be held at 1553 E. 21st St. Rev.
'John DeVoe, Jr., Pastor. Special Guest: Rejoice Gospel
Singers, Golden Clouds, New Creation, Bro. AlAndres, C.E.
Laney Choir, Shirley and the Sons of Harmony, Sister of
Praise, Jessie and the Miracles, God's Spiritual Gifts, Perkins
Gospel Singers, Ponder Singers, Jerry Cannon and the
Caravans. Open Door. For more information call Sister
Claudia Campbell at 708-4776.
DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH TO HONOR PAS-
TOR JEFFREY K. RUMLIN Sunday, February 25th dur-
ing the 10 a.m. worship service. The location is 5654 Dunn
Ave., Jacksonville, FL. Rev. Mack Devon Knight of
Jerusalem Baptist Church of Woodbine, GA will be the guest
preacher. At 4 p.m. Rev. Leofric Thomas and the Open Arms
Christian Fellowship family will be the guest church. For
information call 764-0303.
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue, Email
submissions preferred. Send to: info@thefloridastar.com


H.O.P.E.E. MINISTRIES, INC.
P.O. Box 14859
(All services are held at Hospitality Inn)
7071 103rd St., Jacksonville, FL 32238
(904) 778-7651
Sunday Celebration Service ........................... 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
W wednesday ............................................... Fasting until 12 Noon
Thursday ............ Word Service .................... 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
Youth Service .............. (Third Thursday) .... 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
Leadership Meeting ............ (Fourth Saturday) .............. 6 p.m.
"Helping Others Pursue Excellence and Eternity"

In Loving Memory of


February 24, 1982

Still missing you.
you're always in our
hearts, and will
never be forgotten.
Love Always!


December 18, 2004


Ms. Harriett Ellis,
Mannie Mixon, Jr:,
Tank, Boo, Boo-
Boo, Breyanna, and
Cherish.


Mannie Mixon, 111
a/k/a "Ru-Ru"
Happy 25th Birthday!


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DEATH NOTICES


ALLEN, Remus James,
died February 13, 2007.
BAKER, Bessie, 89, died
February 16, 2007.
BLANTON, Donald W.,
died February 14, 2007.
BROOKS, Eloise, died
February 17, 2007.
BROWN, Elbert, 80,
died February 18, 2007.
CARLISLE, Cassandra
L., died February 13,
2007.
GAMBLE, Elliott, died
February 17,.2007.
GAVIN, Robert E., 51,
died February 13, 2007.
GUNDY, Willie Bell,
died February 18, 2007.
JAUDON, Hardie, 71,
died February 18, 2007.
JOHNSON, Reginald R.,
died February 18, 2007.
JOYCE, Claudia, 88,
died February 18, 2007.
MAUPIN-NELSON,
Ethel, died February 15,
2007. A.B. Coleman
Mortuary.
McCULLOUGH, Rosa
Lee, died February 19,
2007. Alphonso West


Mortuary.
MEADE, Annie, died
February 16, 2007.
MENCER, Winona, died
February 17, 2007.
PATTERSON, Gloria
D., died February 19,
2007. Alphonso West
Mortuary.
PERRY, William, died
February 13, 2007.
POOLE, Larry Lenon,
46, died February 19,
2007.
REGISTER, Raymond
M., died February 13,
2007. A.B. Coleman
Mortuary.
STEPHENS, William,
died February 15, 2007.
WAYE, Johnnie, died
February 13, 2007.
WILLIAMS, Lucille,
died February 16, 2007.
WILSON, Buck I., died
February 13, 2007.
WOODARD, Julia, died
February 16, 2007.
YANCEY, Ethel, died
February 16, 2007.
YOUNG, Walter, died
February 18, 2007


The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

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


Sunday School .....................................9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship........................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays
(Old Sanctuary)....................................11:00 a.m .
Tuesday Prayer Meeting................... 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus
(904) 764-5727 Church


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

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

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

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 Charity for 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.
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org


Lah 7 Decide
"To everything there is a season
and a time to every 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
favorite hymns?
First, you should shop around and
talk to a few funeral directors. Yes, let
your fingers do the walking-comparing
prices for such things as casket,
embalming, ant the cost for profes-
sional services,
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Pentecostal Church of God
"Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don'ft
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
2706 MLK Blvd., Brunswick, GA 31520
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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
ashes scattered?
An option some people take is to
donate organs and tissues to a medical
school. (Have a donor card and check
on requirements.)
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"
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By
Betty Asque
Davis


"There's Always Something

Happening On The First Coast"

An Evening with Juan Williams
In celebration of Black History Month, WJCT invit-
ed the First Coast community to "Enough Is It Time?
An Evening with NPR's Juan Williams." Williams, a
most respected NPR correspondent, and I might add, a
most congenial and gracious person spent a day the
First Coast sharing his thoughts about his book and
where we are as a people since the Brown vs. Board of
Education. Earlier in the day, before appearing in the
WJCT Studios to discuss his latest book Enough, and to
lead a discussion with local community leaders about
issues facing the First Coast community, Williams
spoke to a luncheon group of community leaders at The
Ritz. Theatre & LaVilla Museum opening of the Brown
vs. Board of Education Exhibit.
A prolific writer, Williams' latest book Enough is a
'must read'. Williams' other books include the biogra-
phy Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary. He
also authored the best-selling Eyes on the Prize:
America's Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965, and co-
authored This Far by Faith: Stories from the African
American Religious Experience, companion volumes to
two critically acclaimed PBS series that have aired on
WJCT-TV. Articles by Williams have appeared in mag-
azines ranging from Newsweek, Fortune, and The
Atlantic Monthly to Ebony, Gentlemen's Quarterly, and
The New Republic.
Williams's speech at WJCT was outstanding. He
asked the question, What Would Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. if he returned from the grave? Williams spoke
of what is being shown on Bet and MTV, the social
issues that exist on the First Coast and our country as a
whole. It wasn't what Dr. King envisioned since his "I
Have A Dream Speech." Williams pointed out there
have been some strides. However, based on our new
'bling idols', we have lost sight of the dream.
Following Williams speech, he was joined on stage
by community leaders to answer questions he posed to
them regarding issues on the First Coast. Among the
panelists were: Mrs. Adrienne Conrad, Esq.
McGuireWoods LLP; Florida Times Union Editor
Phillip Yack; JEDCO president Cleve Warren;
Circuit Court Judge Brian Davis; and OneJax
Executive Director Mrs. Bobbie O'Conner.
It is quite obvious as to why Juan Williams is listed
among this country's leading journalists. To hear him
speak it is clear that he is a master of his craft. A senior
correspondent at NPR, he also serves as a political ana-
lyst for the Fox News Channel, and a panelist on Fox
News Sunday. His knowledge is unquestionable along
with being a very charismatic speaker. We've seen him
on appearances on "Nightline," "Washington Week in
Review,'" "Oprah," CNN's "Crossfire," and "Capitol
Gang Sunday." His career includes a stint as host of
NPR's "Talk of the Nation," twenty one years at The
Washington Post, an Emmy for documentary writing,
and a number of critically, acclaimed books. (Being a
political talk show 'junkie' I first became of Williams

during appearances on the television program

"Agronsky & Co.")
The lecture provided for a thought provoking
evening. Kudos to WJCT and their supports Blue
Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Haven Hospice, JTA
and VyStar Credit Union for sharing such an outstand-
ing speaker to the general public.
******


Don't forget to let us know of your upcoming
events. Contact us at 904 766-8834; E-mail
socially@TheFloridaStar.com or you may reach me
directly at imajol@aol.com, telephone (904) 285-9777
or fax (904) 285-7008.
See you in the paper!


Photos by J. Carl Davis, Sr. unless otherwise noted.

$4 :


Juan Williams and Jacksonville Sheriffs Office (JSO) Candidate
Reginald Davis.


OneJax Executive Director Bobbie O'Conner, Alton Yates, The
Honorable Mrs. Gwen Yates and Ms. Brenda Kelly before the Juan
Williams speech and panel dialogue.


Mrs. Adrienne Conrad, Esq., with hubby Jarik Con'ad, VP Jacksonville
Are Chamber of Commerce and the Honorable Brian Davis, Circuit Ms. Lee Lomax with a local journalist.
Court Judge, share thoughts before the WJCT Juan Williams event.


From right: Mesdames Tinye Dawkins, Lydia Dwight Wooden, JEA Staffer Greg Owens with JSO staffer.
Charlotte Dwight Stewart, Camilla Perkins Thompson and Ruby
Newman waiting with anticipation to hear Juan Williams for the sec-
ond time that day.


NPR's Juan Williams and community panelists listen as Mrs. Adrienne
Conrad, Esq., takes her turn at responding to a Juan Williams question.


WJCT CEO Michael Boylan thanks the TV audience for the support-
ing the stations program as the community panelists listen in the
background.


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EGreg Owens share thoughts with Juan Williams as he autographs
his latest book "Enough" for Owens.


Columnist Betty Asque Davis with Wyman Winbush and Michael
Stewart.


Mesdames Janine Jones and Ann Hurst assessing the morning ses-
sion.


Jacksonville Mayoral Candidate Ms. Jackie Brown listens to the
response to her question to the panel.


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Top Executive: Merging Companies Can Profit from

Maintaining a Diverse Workforce


By George E. Curry,
NNPA Editor-in-Chief

Companies involved in
multi-billion dollar acqui-
sitions and mergers can
strengthen their bottom
line by carefully crafting
and maintaining a diverse
workforce, which in turn
will better position them
for dramatic demographic
changes in the future, a
top corporate executive
says.
The official, Rick Bradley,
Executive Vice President,
AT&T Wireless, in an
interview with the NNPA
News Service: "Merging
cultures is hard work. I
think on a lot of levels, it's
harder than merging infra-
structures and sales
processes because there
are subtleties and nuances
in these relationships."
Bradley knows that first-
hand, having been at the
helm of the human
resources organization
responsible for the inte-
gration of two companies,
Cingular. Wireless and
AT&T Wireless, once the
merger was approved in
November of 2004.
Combining those two
companies resulted in the
largest wireless provider
in the U.S., with more
than 60,000 employees.
Bradley's experience with
that merger will come in
handy as Cingular, an its
two parent companies,
AT&T and BellSouth,
become the new AT&T.
On December 28, 2006,
the Federal
Communications
Commission gave final
approval for AT&T's $85-
million merger with
BellSouth, which also
meant 100 percent owner-
ship of Cingular. The
company quickly


announced the three com-
panies, ,once merged,
would operate under a sin-
gle brand, AT&T. The new
AT&T will employ more
than 300,000 employees,
a result of the integration
of the former AT&T,
BellSouth and Cingular.
As an increasing number
of companies integrate
corporate operations and
cultures, some more suc-
cessfully than others,
Bradley says it's impor-
tant that top executives
keep a sharp eye on the
composition of their new
staff.
"Each company, AT&T,
BellSouth and Cingular,
has earned a strong repu-
tation in the areas of
diversity and inclusion,"
Bradley said. "We have
begun to identify the best
practices within each
company which will
ensure our process and
decisions have diversity
as a natural part of the
decision-making."
Following the previous
merger, for example, even
though Cingular and
AT&T Wireless both had
stellar reputations for
employee diversity,
Bradley said, certain steps,
had to be taken to make
sure that people of color
and women did not suffer
in a new corporate config-
uration.
"In deals this size, you
have a lot of overlap,"
Bradley explained. "You
have at least two, three,
and sometimes four peo-
ple doing duplicative
work. Right now, as we
did in the Cingular
Wireless AT&T
Wireless merger, we are
focused on the same crite-
ria. Who has the right
background for the job?
Who has the right per-


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formance? We will look at
recommendations from
the boss. We will look at
education. .
. "We wanted to make the
right decisions and make
sure that no group was
adversely impacted peo-
ple of color or women .
Diversity comes in a lot of
flavors."
And, according to
Bradley, the new AT&T
has not lost any flavor.
"At the end of the day, if
you look at our structure,
today people of color and
women are well represent-
ed in the organization."
He said that in Cingular,
the AT&T wireless com-
pany, 43 percent of its
65,000 employees are
people of color and 52
percent are women. It has
done approximately $1
billion in business with
suppliers who are women
or people of color. While
total spending in this area
has reached $25 billion,
company officials
acknowledge they have
room for improvement.
Bradley says Cingular has
created a working envi-
ronment that is unrivaled
by most companies.
He credits Cingular's
CEO Stan Sigman for
allowing such open
access.
"I just think it was Stan
picking the people he
thought could do the job,"
Bradley says. "Every day,,
you walk in with him, you
have to prove yourself. All
of us are making our con-
tributions to making the
business move forward."
In 2005, under the
Cingular brand, the wire-
less unit had revenue of
$34.4 billion, earned from
serving more than 58 mil-
lion customers. Until
recently, Ralph de la Vega,


a Latino, served as chief
operating officer. And he
reminded managers that
there is a direct link
between making money
and having an inclusive
staff.
"The top leaders must
demonstrate their own
dedication in a consistent
and forceful manner," he
stated. "They must reflect
the marketplace; encour-
age fresh ideas and critical
thinking from many
sources; connect with cus-
tomer segments by having
a representative work-
force; and look like the
community."
And that community is
changing.
During the first half of the
21st Century, non-
Hispanic Whites will see
their share of the U.S.
population shrink from
69.4 percent in 2000 to
50.1 percent in 2050. In
the following decade,
Whites will become a
minority in the U.S. for
the first time.
But African-Americans
will increase their percent-
age of the population from
12.7 percent to 14.6 per-
cent in 2050. Hispanics
(of any race) will see their
share almost double from
12.6 percent to 24.4 per-
cent. Asians will go up
from 3.8 percent to 8 per-
cent of the population.
Numerically, non-
Hispanic Whites will go
from 197.7 million in
2000 to 210.2 million in
2050, a gain of 7.4 per-
cent. The African-
American population will
expand from 35.8 million
to 61.3 million (71.3 per-
cent), Asians will grow
from 10.6 million to 33.4
million (212.9 percent)
and Hispanics will almost
triple, jumping from 35.6


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PUBLIC NOTICE
SCHEDULE OF PUBLIC MEETING OF THE DUVAL COUNTY CANVASSING
BOARD FOR THE MARCH 20, 2007 UNITARY ELECTION
Tuesday, February 27
Location: Election Center, 5200-2 Norwood Avenue
Schedule of Events: 9:30 am to 11:30 am
Public Logic and Accuracy Test of voting machines
Friday, March 16
Location: Election Center, 5200-2 Norwood Avenue
Schedule of Events: 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Public inspection of unopened absentee ballots received prior
to March 16
9:00 am to 10:00 am
Logic and Accuracy testing of voting machines
10:00 am
Opening and machine processing of absentee ballots
Saturday, March 18 through Tuesday, March 20
Location: Election Center, 5200-2 Norwood AvenUe
Schedule of Events: 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Public inspection of unopened absentee ballots received Friday,
March 16 through Tuesday, March 20
10:00 am
Opening and machine processing of absentee ballots
Tuesday, March 20
Location: Election Center, 5200-2 Norwood Avenue
Schedule of Events: 7:00 pm
Tabulation and canvassing of precinct and absentee election returns
Wednesday, March 21
Location: Election Center, 5200-2 Norwood Avenue
Schedule of Events: 9:00 pm
Logic and Accuracy testing of voting machines
After Logic and Verification and tabulation of provisional and
un-scanned ballots Accuracy Tests
Thursday, March 22 (if required) and thereafter until all provisional ballots are
processed
Location: Election Center, 5200-2 Norwood Avenue
Schedule of Events: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
O Verification and tabulation of provisional and un-scanned ballots

V JERRY HOLLAND
DUVAL COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
(904) 630-1414 www.duvalelelions.com
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million to 102.5 million
(187.9 percent).
With 60 percent of its staff
35-years-old or younger
and a high-profile Latino
COO, who recently
accepted another corpo-
rate position with AT&T
in San Antonio, it is not
surprising that what is
now AT&T Wireless dom-
inates the youth and
Hispanic markets.
Some African-Americans
are concerned that while
the Black population con-
tinues to grow and spends
disproportionately on tele-
phone services, AT&T
Wireless may not be
spending enough with
Black media outlets and
vendors.
Bradley, said AT&T
Wireless doesn't mind
disclosing what the com-
pany spends with disad-
vantaged communities,
but will not make public
its figures for each group.
Even so, he said, the com-
pany will continue to
explore ways to better
interact with people of
color, including the Black
Press. He cites a list of
honors the company has
received for its work with
vendors and its overall
diversity efforts.
He said that while much


of the material used in
telephones are manufac-
tured overseas, AT&T
Wireless has been innova-
tive in other ways, such as
requiring outside law
firms it hires to assign a
certain percentage of bill-
able hours for Black
lawyers on their staffs.
The company recently
began an initiative with
several historically Black
colleges, which it hopes to
expand, that could lead to
permanent employment.
Additionally, Bradley
said, AT&T is partnering
with the National Urban
League to find employees
in various cities.
He said the company is
looking forward to doing
even more.
"We need to be sure that
communities that we're
doing business in and that
we live in are prospering,"
Bradley said. "And that's
what minority- and
women-owned business
spending does. It drives
cash into the community
that will make it a more
robust community that
will hopefully become
customers of ours."








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AL QAEDA GAINING STRENGTH Nation of Islam Leader Readies Last Address


Is this the Time for US
to "Cut and Run?"
Senior Al Qaeda leaders
operating within the national
borders of US "ally?"
Pakistan have taken
back formidable control
over worldwide terror oper-
ations, according to a break-
ing New York Times article.

According to the Times,
"American officials said
there was mounting evi-
dence that Osama bin Laden
and his deputy, Ayman al-
Zawahri, had been steadily
building an operations hub
in the mountainous
Pakistani tribal area of
North Waziristan. Until
recently, the Bush adminis-
tration had described Mr.
bin Laden and Mr. Zawahri
as detached from their fol-
lowers and cut off from
operational control of Al
Qaeda."
Commenting on this
topic during Talk Show'
interviews is independent
reporter Michael Payne, a
Vietnam era veteran who
has just returned from
embedded missions with
U.S. Troops in Iraq and
Afghanistan.
Michael Payne shares
with your audience just what
is at stake in Iraq and how if
we "cut and run" as some
suggest we do that our
efforts to liberate the people
of Iraq will have been in
vain. He goes on to say that
our war and peace effort
Iraq is much more complex
than what most of us hear on
the news. During your inter-
view, he shares numerous
accounts of positive
advances we have made in
the region, many of which
have not been widely report-
ed by the mainstream U.S.
news media.
Michael is saddened
that while on one hand he
and our U.S. soldiers risk
their lives daily, dodging
improvised explosives made


by our true enemies in Iran,
our fighting forces in Iraq
have to see anti-war protests
on the news, as well as an
increasingly anti-war con-
gress.
Payne believes the next
few weeks will be key to the
future of Democracy in the
Middle East and stresses
that America must not be
swayed by emotionally-
charged public demonstra-
tions opposing the war.
Payne gives a compelling
argument that US soldiers
are gaining ground and that
premature withdrawal could
trigger a full-blown civil
war in Iraq, resulting in the
formation of a new terror
mega-state, with Al Qaeda
running the show.
During your interview
with Michael Payne, he
gives sobering realities of
exactly what is at stake at
this historic military and
civil crossroads but he does-
n't just paint a rosy picture
of war; he also discusses the
matter of Post-traumatic
Stress Syndrome suffered by
many of our soldiers.
Said Payne, "The
President has brought forth a
sound plan to finish the job.
The continued criticiz-
ing and calling for troop
withdrawal now has actually
encouraged the enemy and
given them the incentive to
step up efforts to kill our
soldiers (often with Iranian-
made weapons) and Iraqis at
a vicious rate to break
America's will and turn pub-
lic opinion against the war,
just as they did during
Vietnam."
Michael is insistent that
there has been solid
improvement in the quality
of Iraqi soldiers and within
the Iraqi police force over
the last two years and that
Iraqis are continuing to gain
control over the final strong-
holds, leading to a totally
liberated country.


After a life-threatening
surgery and nearly seven
months in seclusion, Nation
of Islam leader Minister
Louis Farrakhan is expect-
ed to give his final address
this weekend in Detroit, a
speech that observers say
will urge stronger unity
among Muslims and signal
the next era of leadership for
the religious movement.
For the larger African-
American community,
regardless of faith,
Farrakhan's speech repre-
sents .a significant moment
as the last chance to see and
hear a leader who so clearly
defined black empowerment
in America. Many black
Chicagoans are planning to
travel to Detroit for the
speech or listen on the radio.
"There is a deep sense
that this is a historic


moment, not just for the
Nation of Islam, but for the
people of the black commu-
nity, in general, who view
Farrakhan as an influential
voice," said Zaheer Ali, a
Columbia University
researcher who is conduct-
ing an oral history of the
Nation of Islam.
Since last September,
when the ailing 73-year-old
minister handed leadership
of the Nation of Islam to an
executive board, observers
have been speculating
whether he would name a
successor. Leaders of the
Nation downplayed the idea
that Farrakhan would name
someone this weekend, pre-
ferring to focus on his recov-
ery.
"He didn't leave us, so
we're able to handle the day-
to-day operations and we


have him to consult with for
all matters," said Minister
Akbar Muhammad, interna-
tional representative for the
Nation.
Farrakhan's speech,
scheduled for Sunday after-
noon at Ford Field football
stadium, is the closing event
of the Nation of Islam's
annual Saviours' Day
Convention, which began
Wednesday and commemo-
rates the birth of Wallace D.
Fard, who founded the
Nation in Detroit.
Though Saviours' Day
gatherings have been held in
Chicago in the past, leaders
chose Detroit this year as a
homecoming for the move-
ment and an appropriate
stage for Farrakhan to take
his final bow.
Minister Jamil
Muhammad, national


General Daniel "Chappie"


spokesman for the Nation of
Islam, said from Detroit that
he believes Farrakhan will
discuss a deepened spiritual-
ity in his speech, titled "One
Nation Under God."
"When a person has
been under an extraordinary
trial and when God pulls that
person out, that person never
comes out the same," he
said. "They come outdeep-
ened and broadened and
enlightened. His life is now a
witness to us of the incredi-
ble healing power of God."


James


Chapter of The Tuskegee Airman
Black History Month Celebrations
by Yvonne Brooks
Mr. Noel Harris, an original member of the Tuskegee Airman was the featured speaker at a Black History.
Month Celebration held locally on Thursday, February 15, 2007. The Tuskegee Airmen were dedicated, deter-
mined young men who enlisted to become.America's first black military airmen.
Mr. Harris spoke of their bravery in the midst of adversity knowing they had to be better than white pilots as
well as the joys, trials and tribulations faced to graduate. In the end it was all well worth the efforts to become a
Tuskegee Airman.
Mr. John Gay, Chapter President of the General Daniel "Chappie" James chapter, Orlando, Florida also attend-
ed this event.


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Joe and the Rockettes at Black History Month Celebration Harris, Darnell Smith- Senior Vice President, Blue Cross -
Blue Shield of Florida, John Gay, President of the Gen.
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Man Beaten continued from A-1


Brandon and Amber said
they were shocked because
the incident made him real-
ize that his friend was a
murderer. He therefore
called his mother who
advised him to report the
incident.
The mother said now that
the trial is over and
Kenneth has been sen-
tenced to 40 years in
prison, "my son is in a
prison of his own for the
rest of his life and so is the
rest of his that were all
effected by this one act."
The mother said that
Kenneth was in a gang and
Brandon has been warned
that there is.a price on his
head "for doing the right
thing." The price includes
his family and his girl-
friend. His brother's house


friend's house have been
fired upon and the family,
including the mother and
father, have received
numerous threats.
The mother said that
Brandon has had problems
with the law; violated his
probation on December 15,
2006 and has been incarcer-
ated since.
On Tuesday, his belong-
ings were taken and a fight
was ensued. It was then
learned that Brandon was
placed in an area that the
judge had forbidden him to
be placed since he had testi-
fied as a witness.
Mrs. Witt-Surrency said
that on Wednesday at 8:30
a.m., "my son called me and
before be could finish
telling me what happened I
fell to the floor gasping for


air and asking God to
please spare my son and
protect him." Brandon had
been attacked from behind
by Terrance Mabry and oth-
ers with instructions from
Kenneth Worthen to des-
troy him. This is the inmate
who was once Brandon's
friend and has been sen-
tenced to forty years for a
senseless murder.
Brandon has a broken
nose, his earlobe has been
bitten off, he has a severe
eye edema and a cracked
jaw, "for sending our dog to
jail." Brandon and his fam-
ily have been advised that
he will not walk out of jail
alive. Her prayer is that the
justice system will place
him in a protective area
besides solitary confine-
ment in Jacksonville.


Teen Arrested Continued from A-1
two to four shots (number varies from witness) at the officer while the officer was looking
for Brewer. After firing the shots, Hendley fled on foot northbound. Gordon advised that
Hendley gave him the gun as they were walking away together. He said he placed the
gun in his back pocket and that while he was on the ground handcuffed, Hendley took the
gun from his back pocket. He said he did hear several shots afterwards but he did not see
anything.
Gordon was charged with possession of a firearm on school property and disturbing the
peace at a lawful assembly.
Brewer was charged with three misdemeanors trespassing on school grounds, disturb-
ing a lawful assembly and resisting an officer without violence.
Hendley was not immediately apprehended but his mother, according to reports, saw on
the news that he was sought and convinced him to turn himself in for safety reasons.
Therefore, Hendley was arrested at his home after his mother advised the officers to come
and get him.
Hendley admitted to firing the gun but said he only fired it in the air, not at the police
officer. He has been charged with four accounts, including second degree attempted mur-
der.




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PUBLIC NOTICE
Mayor's Neighborhood
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To continue the City of Jacksonville's efforts to improve neighborhoods,
the Housing and Neighborhoods Department, Neighborhood Services
Division announces the opening of the 2007-2008 Mayor's Neighborhood
Matching Grants Program.

Funding is expected to remain at $305,800 for next year. However, the
amount is subject to change, if the mayor or City Council authorizes a dif-
ferent amount.

Any neighborhood association, civic organization or other community
group that has been in existence for at least six (6) months prior to the
application date and is located in Duval County is eligible. The maximum
amount is $5,000.

Application forms are available at the Neighborhood Services Division,
214 N. Hogan Street; 8th Floor. Proposals will be accepted until April 30,
2007,
no later than 5 p.m. or postmarked by 5 p.m.

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All training workshops will be held at:
City Hall at St. James, 117 W. Duval St., Renaissance Room (Lobby),

Workshops will include an overview of the application process, proj-
ect eligibility and assistance with application preparation.
Please remember: No applications for fiscal year 2007-2008 will be
accepted without a representative of the organization attending
one of the technical assistance workshops.

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COX ART OF HAIR BARBER SHOP


HONOR ROLL FOR


THE SECOND SEMESTER


Cox Art of Hair
Barber Shop is proud to
recognize the following
Honor Roll Students
for The Second >Nine
Weeks of School.
Report cards are
issued every nine
weeks during school.
During that time, some


kids are afraid to show
their report cards due to
the low grades that they
have received. Mr. Cox
feels that it is necessary
to reward his clients
that are A&B Honor
Roll students in his bar-
ber shop to encourage
them to continue to do


well in school and
maybe it will encour-
age other kids to want
some of that same
attention.
The FL/GA Star'are
proud to cover stories
such as this. Children
are the future and it is
rewarding to know that


they will have bright
futures because of car-
ing people such as Mr.
Hubert Cox.
After the reports
cards have been
reviewed, and the ones
with the A and/or B
Honor Roll are con-
firmed, each student


HONOR ROLL continued on B4


Al Bell, "A" Honor Roll The Potter House Jaylen R. Bell, A&B
Christian Academy. Christian Academy.


1-d
Steven Brooks, A&B Honor Roll, Darnell Rajah Buchanan, A&B Honor Roll Garden
Cookman Middle School. City Elementary.


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Page B-2/February 24, 2007


How to Proactively Manage Your Asthma
Many women with asthma
become overwhelmed by it and let it
control the way they live their lives.
Dr. Monica Kraft, Director of Duke
i university Allergy, Asthma and
S Airway Center, who will be featured
in an upcoming television special
entitled Breathing Easy: Women and
SAsthma talks about effective ways in
which women with asthma can
accomplish goals and live the life
they want.
One of my patients decided that
she wanted to start running-at the age
of 48, but after a quarter mile she was wheezing and coughing, says Dr. Kraft.
Together we worked on ways to enable her to run. She now has a goal of com-
pleting a 10k running race.
In the show Dr. Kraft advises that if you have asthma, its important to put
yourself first and not let asthma control your life. You have to find the right
doctor with whom you can build a long-term relationship because on-going fol-
low up is the key to managing your asthma. Then you have to describe your
symptoms and how often you are using your fast-acting inhaler. Tell your- doc-
tor how these symptoms keep you from doing what you want or need to do.
Your doctor can help you set goals- whether its running or gardening with-
out getting out of breath- and let you know that such goals do not have to be out
of reach. You must learn to recognize your symptoms and their triggers.
There are many ways that you can help control your asthma. The most
important step is talking to your doctor about ways to manage asthma. If you
believe your asthma is starting to control your life, Dr. Kraft offers the follow-
ing tips on how to help your doctor best serve you:

Find out what you can about asthma so you can identify the symptoms
and how it might be affecting your life. There are many great informational
tools out there including websites like HYPERLINK "http://www.asthmaware-
nessedu.com/"www.asthmawarenessedu.com or the television show Breathing
Easy: Women and Asthma that can help women identify goals and find ways to
talk to their doctors about asthma management.

Think about your rescue inhaler use- do you use it more than twice a
week? Do you use it at particular times?

Try to identify the specific environments or situations that trigger symp-
toms such as shortness of breath, chest-tightening, lung burning, wheezing and
coughing.

Identify what you feel if and/or when you wake up at night.

Identify what you feel when you first wake up in the morning.

Whatmedications have you taken in the past that are or aren't related to
asthma?

What medications are you currently taking?

With the right tools and medications and the knowledge of how and when to
use those tools, you can control your asthma.


900 Bears Collected and Still

Counting
Jacksonville,
FL- Students at
Riverside
Presbyterian Day
School are known ',
for being academi- -
cally bright, polite
and kind-hearted.
Of course,
they're not perfect
angels all the time.
But when it comes
to helping others,
they were confi- S
dent the school -.
would shine.
The students in the rush of excitement.
Riverside, though, actu- The kids and,teach-
ally surprised them- ers collected 900 bears!
selves. We're wrapping up
They rallied to col- our bear drive this
lect bears for our new week. If you'd still like
Buddy Bear project. to donate new bears just
We're looking for new drop them off at First
bears to give to Coast News.
chemotherapy patients Soon we'll
fighting any type of announce the grand
-cancer. Chemo patients total collected. Our vol-
just light up to receive a unteers are still count-
bear. ing but I'm told the


RPDS students fig-
ured they'd collect sev-
eral hundreds bears.
When the total came in,
though, you could feel


number will be incredi-
ble. We already have
enough to give to
Hospice patients, as
well.


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School Library Book To Get A Second Look


Jacksonville, FL A
book available in the
Mandarin High School
library has a family
questioning the books
literary value in a public
school setting.
The book is called,
"Vegan Virgin
Valentine" and was writ-
ten by Carolyn Mackler.
The author describes the
book as a racy tale of
two 17 year-olds trying
to find themselves.
Some parents found
the book of marginal
value saying, "They use
the "F"word everywhere
else. That's unaccept-
able."
Parents are request-
ing a review committee
at a district level .pass
judgment on the appro-
priateness of the book.


Mandarin High prin-
cipal, Dr. Crystal Sisler,
says she encourages par-
ents to know what their
children are reading.
She points out in an
academic setting some
profanity can be found
in books saying, "There
are college level classes
and there's work the
College Board has
selected for the literary
value."
Parents feel at a min-
imum the book should
require parental permis-
sion to be checked out.
One of the parents
says, "We understand
parents are going to have
different values. We
understand that, but this
definitely crosses the
line."
Every year the Duval


County Schools reviews
a handful of books fol-
lowing a complaint or a
request for review.
A committee of
media specialists com-
bined with parents will
read the book and dis-
cuss its value.,
What follows is a
recommendation
whether or not a book
should be restricted.


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The Second Nine Weeks of School Report Cards

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HONOR ROLL continued from front cover


received a gift certificate
for their outstanding job.
The children look
forward to another nine
weeks of school so that
they can possibly be rec-
ognized again and again.
They like the challenge
that goes along with it,
which gives them that
extra push.
Mr. Cox doesn't stop
there. He knows that he
can only reward the few
that he comes in contact
with, so he continues to


challenge other barbers
to get involved with the
young men they serve
and challenge them to do
well in school, because
"Education is the key to
success."
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Jordan Dawkins with mother, A&B Honor Roll -
Hendricks Avenue Elementary.


Alon Haywood, A&B Honor Roll The Potter House
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Malcolm Mercer with grandmother, A&B
Esprit De Corps Center for Learning.


Devontai Martin, A&B Honor Roll Matthew Gilbert
Middle School.


Edward Watkins, II, A&B Honor Roll Paxon
Advanced Studies.


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KNOCK! KNOCK!


School Jokes!
A math joke
Teacher: What's 2 and 2?
Pupil: 4
Teacher: That's good.
Pupil: Good?, that's perfect!

A history joke
Why did the knight run about shouting for a tin
opneder?
He had a bee in his suit of armour!

A history joke
Teacher: Who can tell me where Hadrians Wall is?
Pupil: I expect it's around Hadrian's garden miss!

A history joke
Why were the early days of history called the
dark ages?
Because there were so many knights!

A math joke
Teacher: How much is half of 8?
Pupil: Up and down or across?
Teacher: What do you mean?
Pupil: Well, up and down makes a 3 or across the
middle leaves a 0!


Tongue
Twisters

The Smothers brothers'
father's mother's brothers
are the Smothers broth-
ers' mother's father's
other brothers.
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snapped.


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ter teacher, taught her
daughter Tara to teeter-
totter, but Tara Teeter
didn't teeter-totter as
Terry Teeter taught her
to.

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die, and I cry to cry but 1
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Who's there?
Alaska!
Alaska who?
Alaska my friend the question then!


Knock Knock
Who's there?
Abe!
Abe who?
Abe CDE F G H...!

Knock Knock
Who's there?
Ada!
Ada who?
Ada burger for lunch!


Knock Knock
Who's there?
Aida!
Aida who?
Aida lot of sweets and now I've got tummy ache!

Knock Knock
Who's there?
Al!
Al who?
Al give you a kiss if you open this door!


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NOAH continued from B5
children of color look at
Themselves in a more
positive way. Noah was
a preacher of righteous-
ness and our role mod-
els should be our
Biblical patriarchs.
Every detail was taken
into consideration to
make sure that it coin-
r-
cides with what is writ-
ten in the Bible," he
concluded.
The free artwork
project is being
launched during
February 2007 in honor


New Zealand Fishermen Catch Rare Squid


of Black History
Month. For a limited
time, 8.5 x 11" fine art
reproductions of Noah
and his family will be
offered FREE to every-
one who visits our web-
site at www.christia-
nartnetwork.com.
There is a small postage
and handling fee of
$4.44, which represents
the four angels holding
back the four winds at
the four-corers of the
earth. Revelation 7:1.


WELLINGTON, New
Zealand A fishing crew
has caught a colossal squid
that could weigh a half-ton
and prove to be the biggest
specimen ever landed, a
fisheries official said
Thursday.
The squid, weighing
an estimated 990 lbs and
about 39 feet long, took
two hours to land in
Antarctic waters, New
Zealand Fisheries Minister
Jim Anderton said.
The fishermen were
catching Patagonian tooth-
fish, sold under the name
Chilean sea bass, south of
New Zealand "and the
squid was eating a hooked
toothfish when it was
hauled from the deep,"
Anderton said.
The fishing crew and a
fisheries official on board
their ship estimated the
length and weight of the
squid: Detailed, official
measurements have not
been made. The date when
the colossus was caught
also was not disclosed.
Colossal squid, known
by the scientific name
Mesonychoteuthis hamil-
toni, are estimated to grow
up to 46 feet long and have
long been one of the most
mysterious creatures of the


deep ocean.
If original estimates
are correct, the squid
would be 330 pounds
.heavier than the next
biggest specimen ever
found.
"I can assure you that
this is going to draw phe-
nomenal interest. It is truly
amazing," said Dr. Steve
O'Shea, a squid expert at
the Auckland University of
Technology. If calamari
rings were made from the
squid they would be the
size of tractor tires, he
added.
Colossal squid can
descend to 6,500 feet and
are extremely 'active,
aggressive hunters, he


said.
The frozen squid will
be transported to New
Zealand's national muse-
um, Te Papa, in the capital,
Wellington, to be pre-
served for scientific study.
Marine scientists "will
be very interested in this
amazing creature as it adds
immeasurably to our
understanding of- the
marine environment,"
Anderton said.
Colossal squid are
found in Antarctic waters
and are not related to giant
squid found round the
coast of New Zealand.
Giant squid grow up to 39
feet long, but are not as
heavy as colossal squid.


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Cmdr. George Thompson,


First African American


Named C.O. Of Navy Band

Former Director of Navy Band
Southeast here in Jacksonville


Cmdr. George Thomp-
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first African-American
commanding officer of the
Navy Band in Washington.
"It's amazing that in the
21st century, year 2007, we
still are able to achieve
some type of first as
African-Americans," said
Thompson, head of Navy
Music Program (PERS-
4014) at Navy Personnel
Command. "I feel extremely
proud and I know I'm very
blessed."


According to Lt. Cmdr.
David Hodge, who coordi-
nates Navy bands nation-
wide for the Navy Office of
Community Outreach
(NAVCO), Thompson
career and achievements
makes him the right person
for the job.
"The Navy couldn't have
made a better pick to lead
the Navy Band in
Washington, D.C.," said
Hodge. "Cmdr. Thompson
started out as one of the best
pianists in the Navy,. rose
through the ranks and
became known as one of its
finest musicians. His entire
career as a bandmaster has
focused him, toward this
milestone. We're all certain-
ly proud of him!"
Both of Thompson's par-
ents had musical talent and
sang in the choir at the
church they attended in
Philadelphia. One day after
Sunday school, Thompson,
to his parent's amazement,
sat down at the church's
piano and started playing


simple melodies he had
heard in church. They saved
and budgeted to get him a
piano and private lessons.
He was commissioned in
1990 and reported to the
United States Navy Band in
Washington as the officer in
charge of the ceremonial
unit, giving him his first
taste of playing national-
level events. In June 1994,
he became the 7th Fleet
bandmaster, U.S. Fleet
Band on board the USS
Blue Ridge (LCC 19) in
Japan, and then went to
Jacksonville, Fla., as direc-
tor, Navy Band Southeast.
He later became the execu-
tive officer of the School of
Music.
"One of my most memo-
rable times in my career was
when I was the director of
the 7th Fleet Band and I per-
formed for former President
William Clinton during his
visit to the USS
Independence (CV 62) in
Japan," recalls Thompson.
"It was an honor to have
him come over and shake
my hand after the perform-
ance."
"1 would encourage all
young Sailors, regardless of
their ethnicity to take
advantage of the education
provided by the Navy," said
Thompson. "The only per-
son who can hold you back
is you."


Patricia Russell-McCloud is guest speaker


AIDS Summit Draws


Large Capacity Crowd


The 2007 AIDS Summit was held on
Friday, February 16th, at the Holiday Inn on
Commonwealth Ave. The Theme was stark
and to the point CRISIS: Silence is Death
HIV/AIDS In Duval County.
The conference room where the event
was held was filled to its capac-
ity and many more listened
from outside the conference
room.. In the morning, Ron
Henderson of the Florida Dept.
of Health spoke on the state of
AIDS in Florida. Rev. Moses
Johnson of Simpson Memorial
United Methodist Church
delivered an uplifting messages
well. After the main presenta- Patricia RuE
tions, small groups met for
round table discussions of issues related to
HIV/AIDS.
Patricia Russell-McCloud, author of A is
for Attitude, was the guest speaker for the
luncheon. The theme of her presentation was
"If you can't face AIDS, you can't fix it."
Her inspiring speech was peppered with
many quotable lines. "People want to know
that you care before they care what you
know. Being a man or a woman is a


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matter of birth. Being a person who makes a
difference is a matter of choice. .. Good
intentions will never suffice when a back-
bone is required. It's on us to get
involved or to stop complaining. The
time to act is now. No man is an island. And
guess what? No woman is
r either... Duval County, what
will you do?" she asked. The
appreciative audience gave
Ms. McCloud a standing ova-

Numerous awards were
presented to people who have
been making a difference in
our community. Deadra Green,
ell-McCloud who was the Chairperson for
the AIDS Summit for five
years, and who recently passed away, was
memorialized for her work as an activist in
the fight against HIV/AIDS. This years'
AIDS Summit was sponsored by The
Minority AIDS Coalition, Duval County
Health Dept., Edward Waters College,
Florida A&M University School of
Pharmacy, Interfaith Based Advisory Group,
and River Region Human Services.


Big John Prepares for Retirement!

After nearly 40 years of service to America and the U.S. Navy the aircraft carrier USS
John F. Kennedy (CV 67) will be decommissioned on March 23 at Naval Station Mayport.
Named in honor of the 35th President of the United States, the ship's keel was laid in
October 1964 at Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company in Newport News, Va.
In May 1967, 9-year-old Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the late president, broke the tradi-
tional champagne bottle on the ship's bow, christening her USS John F. Kennedy. "Big


AIDS Summit Attendees; (I-r) Ron Henderson (Fla. Dept. of Health). Pat Alexander (City of
Jacksonville), Dr. Robert Harmon (Duval County Health Dept.), Derya Williams (River Region
Human Services), Rev. Richard Curry (St. Joseph Missionary Baptist Church), Rev. Moses
Johnson (Simpson Memorial United Methodist Church), Rev. Leon Seymore (Tabernacle Bible
College).


Six JSO Cruisers Respond to

Police on Police. Confrontation


Jacksonville police
swarmed a Westside resi-
dence on Wednesday after
receiving a call that there
was an officer in need.
When a signal 34 goes
out over police dispatch it
gets officers attention
because it means one of
their own needs help. The
call is taken very seriously.
That's why a half dozen
police cruisers rushed to The
Preserve at Cedar River
Apartments in the 4200
block of Confederate Point
Road
The officer who lives at


the apartment complex was
fighting with his former
girlfriend, who is a police
detective.
Neighbors said they
heard screaming, and then
sirens. They told Channel 4
they are very familiar with
their neighbor and his ex-
girlfriend.
However, the neighbors
said on Valentine's Day their
kids were scared when they
heard the fight. They said
the incident was not the first
time police were called to
their building regarding a
domestic issue between the


two officers.
Police initially said they
were responding to a
domestic issue between two
officers and that no one was
hurt.
However, on Thursday,
the Jacksonville Sheriffs
Office released a statement
saying, "This was an inci-
dent involving two police
officers ... it is now an inter-
nal investigation and we do
not comment on those cases
until they're complete."
Normally, a police report
is filled out whenever an
officer responds to a scene.
In this case, however, a
report involving the incident
or any other possible inci-
dents between the two offi-
cers was not available.


U.S.S. John F. Kennedy
John," as the ship would become known, was commissioned and officially entered naval
service in September 1968 marking the beginning of an illustrious career.
A veteran of 18 deployments to the Mediterranean Sea and Middle East, Kennedy
amassed more than 260,000 arrested landings on its flight deck while operating virtually
every tactical aircraft in the Navy's arsenal.
In 1989, two of the embarked air wing's F-14 Tomcats shot down two Libyan MIG-23s
that were approaching the battle group in a hostile manner. Kennedy also participated in
numerous other campaigns including Operations Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi
Freedom, and was sortied following the 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
Homeported at NS Mayport since September 1995, Kennedy most recently served as a
training platform for naval aviators to obtain their carrier landing qualifications. Its final port
call will be to Boston, Mass., March 1-5.
JFK is one of the two remaining fossil-fueled aircraft carriers still serving the Navy.
Following the decommissioning, only USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63), homeported in Yokosuka,
Japan will remain as the Navy's last conventionally-powered aircraft carrier. Kitty Hawk is
Scheduled to return to the United States .nd be decommissioned in 2008.


Truck Hits

Student

Leaving

School Bus

A 14-year-old student
named Walisha Green
remained hospitalized
Wednesday night after being
hit by a pickup truck after
she got off a school bus ear-
lier in the day on the
Westside.,


Walisha Green was
struck near the intersection
of Blanding Boulevard and
Shirley Avenue.
"She had just got off the
school bus. She flipped
three times, and ended up at
the ATM, said Walisha's
aunt Stephanie Bradford.
"Blood was everywhere
and she was hollering,
scared and screaming. "She
started calling on Jesus. She
said she was scared but she
was calling on Jesus the
whole time," Bradford said.
Walisha was rur l .1 to


Shands-'Jacksonville
Medical Center, where she
was later upgraded from
serious to fair condition.
The impact of the crash
left a dent of the hood of the
truck police said hit Walisha
as she crossed the street.
Police said she was not
in the marked crosswalk and
did not have the right of way
when she was hit.
The driver of the truck
involved in crash has not
been chai.I -g with a crime.


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Dear Deanna!
I was in a marriage for 3 years that didn't last. I am now legally
divorced with no strings attached and I want to live my life. I'm
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alone. Does it matter what 1 do as long as my family is taken care
of?


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Dear Marissa:
As a parent, you have moral obligations you must adhere to whether you want to or not. There's
nothing wrong with having fun, recreational dating and enjoying the rush of single life. Double
check your actions in regards to your parenting skills and the care arrangements for your chil-
dren while you're out and about. You may not want a relationship, but you want to be careful
and not fall into the category of a garden tool.
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Dear Deanna!
I'm a Christian and there are things that I do that people don't agree with. I feel as if I can drink
wine, enjoy music and wear what I want to wear. Don't get me wrong, I love the Lord and do
what I'm supposed to do. My life is fine but other people don't think so. 1 don't like being
judged when other people at church do the same thing but pretend to be super holy. Do I need
to go ahead and change churches because these people aren't going to change?
Honest Christian (Charleston, SC)

Dear Honest:
If you were as rooted and tooted in your faith as you pretend to be, you wouldn't worry about
what other people think. You need to put your stones away and come out of the same glass
house that everyone else is in. You're just as guilty because you just so happen to know their
business they way they know yours. Do yourself a favor and mind your business, live accord-
ing to God's word and seek to receive growth and understanding in your worship instead of
human acceptance.


Dear Deanna!
My wife and I are having financial troubles because she won't stop spending money. We live
on a budget but she keeps breaking the rules. It's at the point where our bills are late, my cred-
it rating has become poor and we don't have money to do simple things. I don't mind her
spending here and there, but she makes major purchases without my consent, goes on trips and
gives money to her family. How do I let her know, this is killing our marriage?
Dan (Long Island City, NY)

Dear Dan:
You should bear the responsibility of eliminating her access to cash, bank accounts and credit
cards and pay all the bills yourself. Your immediate goal is to stabilize the finances and your
credit rating. The next step is to physically give her a budget and if she messes up, leave her to
fend for herself. Once this is done, encourage your wife to get some counseling and stick to the
budget you give her or you'll both be looking at each other in the poor house.

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Some traditions need an overhaul. The first da\ of the
ne\\ year. tell me, \Ohat did you eat and \\h\? I simple\ -.
cannot resist this next question. And \ hal is the eating ,.4 i
significance of the remaining days of the year? ".
In many countries, it is believed that a person can
prosper throughout the coming year by eating a certain "
food the very first day of the new year. So, as a result of God's grace, a new year can
confront us every year. It is common for folks around the world to celebrate with fam-
ily and friends and welcome in the new year with gaiety and a celebrated tradition.
It was once believed that the first visitor on the first day of the new year would
bring either good luck or bad luck the rest of the year.-You could particularly count
your blessings for the new year if the first visitor happened to be a tall, dark-haired
man.
Traditional foods are the main ingredients for a good luck year. Many cultures
believe that anything in the shape of a ring is a good luck charm, because of its con-
tinuous circle. The Dutch believe that eating doughnuts will bring good fortune when
eaten on New Year's Day.
Throughout the South in the United States, the new year is celebrated with black-
eyed peas, the conventional favorite. Cabbage and collard greens too, are "good luck"
vegetables a symbol of prosperity, a bit of wealth. They are representative of fold-
ed money in some areas.
Champagnes are the chosen glamour bubbly worldwide. Worldwide! Finally, we
agree on something. Lobster eaten on New Year's Day represents a setback because the
lobster moves backward. Fish is a popular feast, however. The Italians eat baccala
(dried, salted cod); the Poles pickle their herring.
In Puerto Rico evil spirits are thrown out the window at midnight. Pails of water
are the objects used to carry out the mission. This tradition should make the new year
powerfully interesting.
In Bolivia, families hang beautiful dolls outside their homes to bring good luck. In
France, a stack of pancakes are eaten for luck and good health. While cabbage and col-
lards are bon appetits in America, the Danes have stewed kale and the Germans enjoy
their sauerkraut.
In Switzerland, the belief system of good luck comes from letting a drop of cream
land on the floor on New Year's Day. Spain counts grapes for good luck in the new
year. At the stroke of midnight, people eat 12 grapes, one grape representing prosper-
ity for each month of the new year. In northern Portugal, children go caroling on New
Year's. Going from home to home, they are given coins and/or treats. The songs they
sing are to bring good luck to the doorsteps all year.
Regardless of what you eat on the first day of the new year, you certainly have to
eat on the other 364 days of the year. But good luck does exist all over the world. Just
another chance for good health and the opportunity to live on this good earth.
An overhaul may be too drastic. Adoption may be the key. So let's see, which of
these traditions do I want to adopt for future good luck? My tradition did not work last
year. I think I will try somebody else's. Maybe a stack of pancakes and grapes.

Ester Davis is a writer and a television host/producer. She can be reached at
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Shawn Blaylock, Chris Rozier, Adrian Hodges, Chris Ammons, Ronnie
Weston, Quentin Ragland, Edward Wells, Jevaughn Turner, Cedric
Simmons, Sean Bryant, T.J. Williams, Akeem Washington, Ramon Byers,
Pievva Blackshear, Randy Jones, Damain Cooper, Steven Roundtree,
Antonio Wright, Chris Holmes, Alex Smith, Curtis Robinson, Eric Pickney,
James Webb, Shawn Leftwich and Arthur Grigoryn


Because ministry to the sick is an important
component of pastoral care...

Community Hospice of Northeast Florida presents Shoulder-To-Shoulder,
a conference designed for clergy to help them better understand end-of-life
care and the services provided by Community Hospice.

Topics covered include:

Hospice Overview: It's Your Community Hospice
Faith and End-of-Life Care: Does accepting hospice care mean giving
up on faith?
Cultural Sensitivity in Hospice Care: What do clergy need to know when
ministering to people from various backgrounds at end-of-life?
Church-Hospice Liaison Program: How can Community Hospice help
minister to those in need of end-of-life care?

Tours of the Earl B. Hadlow Center for Caring, a Community Hospice inpa-
tient facility, will be available at the conclusion of the conference. A complimen-
tary lunch will be served.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: To RSVP call 904.407.6790 by Wednesday,
March 8, 2007. Seating is limited to the first 100.
Established in 1979 as the first hospice program in Northeast Florida,
Community Hospice of Northeast Florida provides compassionate care to more
than 1,000 patients daily in Baker, Clay,. Duval, Nassau and St. John's counties,
through the support of more than 700 employees and nearly 1,000 volunteers.
The nonprofit organization has served more than 43,000 children and adults-at
home, in long-term care facilities, hospitals and through its three inpatient facili-
ties in Jacksonville.
Community Hospice Foundation generates philanthropic and community
support for unfunded and under-funded programs, including indigent hospice
care, programs and services through the Charles M. Neviaser Educational
Institute, and Community PedsCare, a pediatric palliative and hospice program.
Care is available to all patients who need it, regardless of their ability to pay.

THE REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S CLUB OF DUVAL FEDERATED is pleased to
welcome Elder Donald Foy as the March keynote speaker at their meeting to be held at
River City Brewing Company on March 8, 2007 at 11:30.
Elder Foy will address community-based plans to alleviate the growing violence in
Jacksonville. He is President of Mad Dads, a well known community activist and Vice
Chairperson for the Duval County Republican Party.
Elder Foy, an African American, was elected during the annual meeting of the Duval
County Republican Party Executive Committee in December of 2006.
This is the first time since the Reconstruction Period, an African-American has been
elected to a major leadership position in the Duval County Republican Party since
Republican, Elder Joseph E Lee, who represented Duval County in the House of
Representatives from 1875-1881.
"It is an honor for Republican women to host such a true conservative and visionary as
Vice Chairman Donald Foy and to help spread his message of hope and community
activism.
The only way we will end the violence is this community is through every responsible
and able citizen getting involved in the solution. The members of the RWCDF are commit-
ted to this cause,' said Cindy Graves, President of the Republican Women's Club of Duval
Federated.
Also giving remarks will be various Republican candidates running in the Duval
County elections to be held March 20, 2007. The public is welcome.
The cost of the luncheon is $25 with advanced reservations. Call 904/910-3533 to make
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Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events scheduled
in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.


NATIONAL SORORITY OF PHI DELTA KAPPA, INC. Alpha Gamma
Chapter Annual African-American History Celebration presents Singers: H.
Alvin Green Memorial Chorale & J. W. Honeysucker Community Choir of
Jacksonville; Speaker, Minister Toby J. Johnson, Youth Minister of Greater
Payne AME Church and Performers; Spirit and Truth Mimes, Youth Group of
First Timothy Baptist Church. Will be held February 24th at 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
at the St. Pius V. Catholic Church Hall, located at 2110 Blue Ave,
Jacksonville, FL. Call (904) 765-4509 for more info.
GREATER MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH located at 2235 Moncrife
Rd will be sponsoring a GOSPEL MUSICAL PROGRAM, Saturday,
February 24th at 6:30 p.m. Guest groups are: The Alston Sister of
Jacksonville and Special Guest The Brother of Harmony of Alachua, FL.
Price is $10.00 at the door. Contact Ms. Lucy Banks at (904) 765-3237.
PLANNING COMMITTEE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL Facilities plan-
ning 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.
GOSPEL DIGITAL TUNES presents "The Bible Experience" Event,
Saturday, March 31, 2007 at the Ritz Theatre & LaVilla Museum in
Jacksonville, FL. The New Testament is brought to life in "The Bible
Experience" by all-star cast of some of Hollywood's greatest actors and musi-
cians including Blair Underwood, Angela Bassett, Samuel L. Jackson, Bishop
T.D. Jakes, Denzel Washington, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Forest Whitaker, Kirk
Franklin! Experience the Bible and re-energize your faith with one of the
most anticipated audio recordings in years! Call (904) 224-2231 for more
information.

GRAMMY AWARD WINNER SMOKIE NORFUL, VANESSA BELL ARM-
STRONG AND KIERRA "KIKI" SHEARD JOIN McDONALD'S FOR
AN INSPIRATIONAL EVENING
McDonald's Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour Provides Food For
The Soul

Music...moves the mind, lifts the spirit
and nourishes the soul. McDonald's serves up
a healthy serving of soul-stirring music with a
new concert series that kicks off February 28,
bringing a powerful message of inspiration to
eight U.S. cities from February through April.
The McDonald's Inspiration Celebration
Gospel Tour features Grammy Award-winner i'm lovin' it
Smokie NorfuI and fellow EMI artists Gospel
Music Hall of Famer Vanessa Bell Armstrong
and rising gospel star Kierra "Kiki" Sheard for an unforgettable celebration of
African-American heritage expressed through gospel music. The tour begins on
February 28 in Dallas with a free concert at the 6000-seat Nokia Theatre. Other
tour cities include Richmond (March 22), Philadelphia (March 23), Baltimore
(March 24), Detroit (March 29) and Chicago (March 31), Atlanta (April 4), and
Houston on a date to be announced.
"I am humbled and honored to share my music as a way of partnering with
McDonald's and their community outreach," says Smokie Norful who headlines
the tour. "It's important that we realize giving back is the true way to keep our-
selves and others uplifted, empowered, and encouraged."
McDonald's partnered with leading Gospel label, EMI Gospel and music mar-
keting/concert producer, Revolver Marketing Group (RMG), along with Urban
Ministries Inc. (UMI), the nation's leading publisher and distributor of education-
al materials for African-American churches, to produce the series. This marks the
first year that McDonald's is sponsoring the Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour
but is not the company's first foray into supporting gospel music. Independent
franchisees have created gospel-themed restaurants in Merrillville, Ind., and
Chicago. McDonald's and franchisees from New York to Seattle have also part-
nered with other organizations to bring gospel and other music festivals to their
communities.
"Music is an important part of African-American history and culture," said
'Carol Sagers, marketing director, McDonald's USA. "Through this sponsorship,
McDonald's celebrates the rich, musical heritage of the African-American com-
munity and gives consumers an opportunity to take a break from life's routines
and be inspired."
For tickets and tour information, go to www.smokienorful.com\mcdonaldsin-
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Collection to run

through April 17

Black History Month is a chance to cele-
brate and .learn about a specific part of
American history that is often left out books.
The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens is
bringing to life the artwork of some African
Americans. More than 100 pieces are part of
"The Walter O. Evans Collection of African
American Art."
Jeanette Toohey, Chief Curator at the
Cummer, calls this a phenomenal collection.
"This collection is known for its quality,
depth and breadth." It spans the achieve-
ments of African American artists working
in all media from the mid 19th Century to
the late 20th Century (this is from the 1840's
- 1980's).
The collection consists of paintings,
drawings and sculptures. But what really
makes it unique and different from the trav-
eling show is the Cummer has work from
Dr. Evan's personal collection that relates to
Jacksonville. For example, there are many
pieces that feature James Weldon Johnson
and his brother J. Rosamond Johnson (They
wrote the National Negro Anthem "Lift
Every Voice and Sing.), Mary McLeod
Bethune, Zora Neale Hurston and August
Savage (She was a sculptor born in Green
Cove Springs who taught and mentored stu-
dents during the Harlem Renaissance.).
Toohey says, "It's been exciting to have the
additional loans."
There is another piece of work inspired
by the collection. You see it before you walk


Dr. James H. Ammons


Picked to Lead FAMU


Walter Evans, born in Savannah,, in 1943,
was the youngest of the five children of
Willie Mae Rakestraw Evans and Fred
Benjamin Evans. The family later moved to
Beaufort, South Carolina. Walter spent his
boyhood days in Savannah and Beaufort,
where history and tradition were their life
breath.

into the galleries. It is a 30 foot mural drawn
and painted by fifty 9th graders at Douglas
Anderson. McMath says, "What's so great
about it is the kids did the painting, and they
had to do their research and study."
Each panel depicts a person, place or
concept that connects Jacksonville to the
Harlem Renaissance. But McMath feels
what truly makes this special is where it will
end up. It will go the Clara White Mission.
It is located in the heart of the historic
LaVilla District on Ashley Street. McMath
says, "The mural brings our history to the
surface."
"The Walter O. Evans Collection" runs
through April 17, 2007. The cost to see the
collection and get into the museum is $8 for
adults, $5 for students, military and senior
citizens and kids under 6 get in free.


African-American Heart-Attack


Survivors Feel a 'Wake-up Call'


The board of trustees of
Florida A&M University,
the historically black educa-
tional institution in
Tallahassee, has voted to
offer the presidency of the
institution to James H.
Ammons. Ammons current-
ly serves as chancellor at
North Carolina Central
University in Durham. The
board had narrowed the
field of candidates to three
and approved the Ammons
nomination by a narrow
vote of 7-6. Behind him was
Thelma Thompson, who
received six votes.
Ammons, a FAMU grad-
uate and former provost and
professor, is "a perfect
match with what we're look-
ing for," said student body
president and trustee Phillip
Agnew.
"A positive vote from
this board for me will send a
resounding message to
Florida and across the coun-
try, that you can turn off the
porch light. Our son has
come home," Ammons said
in an emotional conclusion
to his session with the
board.
James H. Ammons, a
native of Winter Haven,
Florida grew up in the heart
of Florida's citrus belt, grad-
uated cum laude in 1974
with a bachelor's degree in


Ammons, a FAMU graduate and former provost and pro-
fessor, is "a perfect match with what we're looking for,"
said student body president and trustee Phillip Agnew.


political science from
Florida A&M University.
After being awarded the
Minority Graduate Fellow-
ship from the American
Political Science Associa-
tion, he earned the master's
degree in public administra-
tion in 1975, and the Ph.D.
in Government in 1977,
both from FSU.
Ammons spent 18 years


at Florida A&M as a faculty
member and administrator.
In 2001 Ammons was
provost and vice president
for academic affairs when
he left to take over as chan-
cellor of North Carolina
Central University.
He will finish the aca-
demic year in North
Carolina before assuming
his duties at Florida A&M.


African Americans who
have suffered heart attacks
consider their experiences to
be a "wake-up calls" that
leads to reevaluating priori-
ties, growing closer to faith
and recognizing the impor-
tance of strong heart health
behaviors.
While a majority of those
surveyed view their heart
attack as a second chance at
life, the results surpris-
ingly indicate that near-
ly 30 percent of Blacks
state they are not doing
everything they can to
avoid another heart
attack. In fact, 27 percent of
African-Americans do not
even take their heart med-
ications exactly as pre-
scribed. by their physicians
after their heart attack.
Approximately half of
the -heart attack survivor's
surveyed report there is not
enough information avail-
able about preventing future
heart attacks or what to do
after having one. Overall,
the survey finds that while
African-American heart


attack survivors look at their
heart attack as a wake-up
call, they lack information
to prevent a second incident.
"When we look at the
percentage of the African-
American population that
suffers heart attacks and the
resulting death rate, com-
pared to other ethnic groups,
we see a clear disparity that
illustrates significant need

Made them realize how mu
hey want to see their children,
and grandchildren grow up.

for education and support
initiatives for heart health
within our community,"
stated Albert W. Morris, Jr.,
M.D., president of the
NMA. "Through the
'Heartfelt Wake-Up Call'
campaign, the NMA hopes
to create a community
among survivors, provide
additional information to
those survivors, embrace
and support their efforts to
live a heart-healthy life after
a heart attack, and prevent


another one from occur-
ring."
The survey of more than
500 African-American heart
attack survivors taps into the
emotional impact of heart
attacks. A majority indicate
their heart attack forced
them to face their mortality
(62 percent), they now
spend more time with
friends and family (66 per-
cent), are motivated to
S accomplish goals (62
S percent), and are trying
to move closer to God
and their faith (67 per-
cent). A majority of
heart-attack survivors say
the experience made them
realize how much they want
to see their children and
grandchildren grow up (68
percent).
Additional information,
including tips sheets, sur-
vivor stories and heart-
healthy recipes, should be
available from your cardiol-
ogist and is also available on
the web at either
www.heartfeltsupport.com
or www.mendedhearts.org/


Miami Baby Believed to be first to Survive

Gestation Period Less Than 22 Weeks
Amillia Taylor is over 18 weeks old and
going home from the hospital in a few days
for the first time!
Sonja and Eddie Taylor's baby girl has
earned a lot of nicknames during her four
months in intensive care -- Queen B, Princess,
Miracle -- but none is perhaps more perfect
than her given name, Amillia.
"We were looking through the Internet and
it meant fighter, resilient," Sonja Taylor said.
Amilia Sonja Taylor was born on October
24th and weighed just under 10 ounces. She
was just 9 1/2 inches long.

The world's most premature living baby,
Amillia Taylor, seen here in an undated hand.
out from the Baptist Children's Hospital in
Miami, will remain under medical observation
a few days longer as a precautionary meas-
ure, a hospital spokeswoman said after doc-
tors reversed an initial decision to release the
tiny girl. C


Manson Construction Co., an equal opportunity
employer, requests bids from qualified Jacksonville
Small and Emerging Business Enterprises
(JSEB) subcontractors and
suppliers for the following project.

Jacksonville Port Authority
Blount Island Marine Terminal
Stern Ramp Pier
Contract No. C-1207



Bids Dues: March 07, 2007


Manson Construction Co. intends to seriously
negotiate with qualified JSEB firms for project
participation in all applicable disciplines.

Scope of work includes: Steel Pipe Piling, Precast
Concrete Caps and Panels, Cast-In-Place Concrete
Deck, Reinforcing Steel, Fender System and
Miscellaneous Metals



Manson Construction Co.
1720 East Adams Street
Jacksonville, FL 32201
Phone # (904)-358-9929
Fax # (904)-633-2039




Plans and Specifications are available
for viewing in our office or they may be
downloaded from Jacksonville Port
Authority's Website.


(http://www.jaxport.com/about/projects.cfm)


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College Baseball

Season Underway
Seminoles
The FSU Seminoles have opened the
2007 season with a bang reeling off ten
straight wins to earn the number 2 slot in
USA Today's Collegiate Baseball Top 25.
The Seminoles (9-0) started the season
opening win streak posting a 9-2 \ict.,r"
over then No. 11 Tennessee on opening
day in front of 4,988 fans at Dick Howser
Stadium. Hard throwing Sr. right-hander
Bryan Henry threw six strong innings with
11 .-rikceiluti, one shy of his career-high.
The Noles went on to sweep the three-
game series with Tennessee winning the
second game with a 4-0 shutout and the
third in a 19-7 blowout.
UNC Asheville then came to town for a
3-game series and the Noles picked up
another three-game sweep with wins of 17-
8, 12-6, and 15-1, to run their season
record to 6-0 with Henry picking up anoth-
er win.
The Noles completed their third sweep
in as many weekends with 3 lopsided wins
over Hofstra 10-1, 16-1, and 11-3.
Last Tuesday saw the Seminoles take to
the road as the Seminole juggernaut visit-
ed in-state rival University of Florida
Gators in Gainesville. The cool weather
did nothing to slow down the offense
minded FSU team as they pounded out 20
hits with seven starters getting at least a
pair. the Gatorsl4-6
So three weekends into the season the
undefeated Noles (10-0) are number 2 in
the country and have outscored their oppo-
nents by a total of 127-35.


Gators
The Gators first baseman Matt LaPorta
opened his 2007 season in the way he
would like to see the season go, by going
7-for-12, in the Gators opening stand


against VMI. But LaPorta's offensive
show of strength was too little as the
Gators ended up on the short end of a 1-2
split for the three g;Ln- \ll Took the
season opener on the 9th with a 5-3 win
even though they were out hit by the
Gators
The Gators dropped the Saturday game
7-4 when VMI was able to scatter the
gators 9 hits. Finll. Sinmdi: afternoon the
Gators got their rh thlin ilit a 7-0 shutout
on 13 hits and no errors.
Valentines eve FAMU came to
Gainesville for an cl\eninL. game and
LaPorta continued his barrage by going 3-
for-5 with an RBI and a run scored in
I,.rlida's 15-1 victory Tuesday
night.Kevin Chapman got the win, his first
of the season allowing no hits while strik-
ing out 4.
Friday the No 5 (then) ranked Miami
Hurricanes came to Gainesville for a three-
game series. The Gators took the first
game 7-2 on a 3-hitter by Bryan
Augenstein, shortstop Jon Townsend had
the big bat for the Gators with 2 HRs in 4
trips to the plate. They came back with a 7-
5 win Saturday night with Patrick Keating
getting the win. Miami held off the series
sweep on Sunday afternoon despite Matt
LaPorta's two home runs that produced 5
RBIs.This weekend the Gators host Kent
State in a three game series and then jour-
ney to USF for their first road game of the
season.

Rattlers
The FAMU Rattlers have struggled in
their early baseball season with a single
win against 1 losses. This week the
Rattlers will travel to Macon, Georgia for a
3-game series with Mercer.

Ospreys
The UNF Ospreys have yet to gain trac-
tion in the young baseball season. The
Ospreys are 0-7, most of which has been
on the road. The Ospreys are at home this
week against the Towson Tigers.


SJRCCC has winning season in 17 years. has a chance to match last
The Vikings jumped out season's Mid-Florida Con-
1st Winning on Seminole Community ference record of they can
College early and lead by as run the table. Even an 0-3
Season in 17yrs many as 29 in the first half finish, though, would leave
before easing to a 90-71 vic- the Vikings 16-14 and over
SJRCC set a milestone tory at Tuten Gymnasium. .500 for the first season
last week by assuring the SJRCC is 16-11 with since going 17-11 in 1989-
basketball program it's first three games remaining. It 90.


Gators Loss Drops Them From Top Slot to No. 3




The Streak Ends!


With 5 Games
Remaining in
Conf. Schedule

The dreams of waltzing
through the Southeastern
Conference undefeated are
over. It was not just a loss,
it was a solid 83-70 loss to a
divisional team that the
Gators will have to face
again in the Conference
Tournament.
The Wisconsin Badgers
quickly moved into the No.
1 spot.with Big-Ten rival
Ohio State moving into the
No. 2 spot followed by the
Gators
The Gators had become
used to digging their way
out of holes to come back
and win but Vandy's Derrick
Byars and Shan Foster kept
digging the hole deeper as
the game wore on. Both
scored 24 points, and
Vanderbilt snapped the
nation's longest winning
streak by upsetting the
Gators 83-70 Saturday. The
Gators had a season-high 22
turnovers.
The Gators (24-3) trailed
Alabama on Wednesday by
as many as 18 points, but
rallied to win. On Saturday,
however, the Gators could-
n't make anything happen
on offense missing seven
of its first nine shots and
shooting just 44 percent
from the field.
"We just didn't make
our shots," forward Corey
Brewer said. "Sometimes,
that just happens. But I
don't want to take anything
away from Vanderbilt. They
deserved to win."
Florida had won 17


Vanderbilt guards Derrick Byars, left, and forward Ross Neltner
trap the Gators' Al Horford as Vandy's defense holds the Gators to
shooting just 44 percent from the field.


straight games and needed a
victory to clinch at least a
share of the SEC's Eastern
Division -and the overall
league title. They also had
won seven straight against
the Commodores.
"A lot of people don't
ever get the opportunity to
play the No. 1 team in the
country," Vandy's Foster
said. "We got the opportuni-
ty and seized the moment."
Vanderbilt won its sev-
enth game of the last nine by
beating the nation's best
shooting team at its own
game, out-shooting the


Gators 57 percent to 44 per-
cent from the field. They
took the lead in the first half
and led by as much as 16
points late.
Florida coach Billy
Donovan looked at the game
from a different perspective
as he pointed out that the
Gators were the defending
national champs, had won
35 of their last 37 games and
had not lost a game since
Dec. 3 to Florida State. That
said, he didn't want this to
be the start of a trend. "We
don't want one- to lead to
two," Donovan said.


Rod Broadway Name


New Grambling Coach


Grambling State Univer-
sity has named Rod
Broadwayof north Carolina
Central University as its
ninth head football coach in
school history, said Troy
Mathieu, Director of
Athletics. Broadway was
recently selected as the 2006
"Sheridan Broadcasting
Network Eddie Robinson
Coach of the Year" and his
North Carolina Central team
was voted as the 2006
Sheridan Black College
National Champions.
"We are elated that Rod


Broadway has agreed to
take the leadership reigns of
the Grambling State football
program," said Mathieu.
"He's a proven winner as a
head coach and has had the
opportunity to, work with
and learn from some of the
most respected coaches on
the (NCAA) Division I level
over the past two decades.
We're looking forward to
him having a very success-
ful tenure as the head coach
of Grambling."
A native of Oakboro,
N.C., the 28-year veteran of


Rod Broadway, new head football coach was on 1996
Gators defensive coaching staff under Steve Spurrier
when Gators wire National Champs. .


the coaching ranks wasted
no time in putting his stamp
on the NCCU program by
posting three consecutive
winning seasons of eight or
more games after a 4-6
record in his inaugural cam-
paign. This past season,
Broadway made history as
he led the Eagles to a No. 1
seed in the NCAA Division
II's Southeast Region, a No.
1 ranking in the SBN Poll
and back-to-back CIAA
titles for the first time since
the 1953-54 seasons.
Prior to his tenure at
NCCU, Broadway honed his
skills on the NCAA foot-
ball's highest levels.
As an assistant coach at
North Carolina, Broadway
helped the Tar Heels to a
No. 15 national ranking in
total defense and an appear-
ance in ,the Peach Bowl.
While at Florida, he served
as a member of Steve
Spurrier's staff and helped
the Gators attain four SEC
Championships, six bowl
appearances and one nation-
al championship in 1996.
"I'm looking forward to
the opportunity to coach at
Grambling State University
because it's considered the
pinnacle of black college
football," said Broadway.
"I've had a good stay at
Central and met some unbe-
lievable people here that
have supported me over the
years. It's going to be hard
to say goodbye but it's time
to move on to the next chap-
ter of my coaching career.


ACC Football

Championship

Contract Gets

Extended 1.yr

The Gator Bowl
Association (GBA) and
Atlantic Coast Conference
reached a compromise solu-
tion on Tuesday to the
future of the ACC football
championship game by
adding one year to the exist-
ing contract.
Both sides apparently
were reluctant to exercise
the two-year extension
based on the anemic ticket
sales (62,850) at for Wake
Forest-Georgia Tech cham-
pionship game in
December.
It was estimated that last
years game amounted to a
loss of over $1 million for
the GBA, The loss has been
attributed to the low fan
turn-out estimated at less
than 50,000. In weather
that fan-hostile at best by
Florida standards.
The 2005 game between
FSU and Virginia Tech,
sold nearly 73,000 tickets.
"This game staying or
leaving is clearly up to the
fans," said Gator Bowl
president Rick Catlett.
"Fans get to vote by buying
tickets. It's not their obliga-
tion to do that, but if you
don't support these kind of
things, then they dolgt come


to our city. If it doesn't
work, then it's got to go
somewhere else."
The ACC baseball tour-
nament is also held in
Jacksonville and conference
representatives have been
positive concerning the


city's ability to put on a
quality sporting event." It
was obvious that everyone
has been delighted with the
city's hospitality throughout
the first two years, as well as
the GBA's management of
the game," Swofford said.


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Your Weekly Horoscope

February 24, 2007 March 2, 2007


From Actual Police ReportsK

Did You Hear About?


-I


(Aries March 21st thru
April 19th) They may be
nothing more
than feelings at
the beginning of
the week, but
processing them is key,
while trying to forget them
leads to trouble. Talk to a
friend and do something
cathartic -- run, dance, yell
(not at anyone, though!).
Then you're ready for a
couple of great days com-
ing your way from
Wednesday, through the
end of the workweek. Your
exuberance is a thrill, your
prowess is impressive and
you're extra-attractive.
Have your weekend fun
early, because from Friday
afternoon through Sunday,
you'd be wise to take it
easy, watch your health and
get some errands done.
(Taurus- April 20th thru
May 20th) A special din-
ing experience
at the beginning
of the week with
Sa friend or a
loved one (or a potential
loved one!) is an excellent
idea. Making it yourself
makes it extra charming.
From Wednesday through
the end of the workweek,
you may have some issues
with authority. Remember
to show proper respect --
even if you're not feeling it
-- or be prepared to deal
with the consequences.
Good times are coming
your way if the stars have
their say from Friday after-
noon through the weekend;
you may especially enjoy
nature now, and romance is
in the air. A twilight walk in
the park, anyone?
(Gemini May 21st thru
June 21st) You'll put up a
fight for what
you want at the
beginning of the
week. Make
your case logically, and
don't sully it with extra lit-
tle quibbles. From
Wednesday through the
end of the workweek, it's
more about brainstorming
with others than it is about
ideas that are in conflict.
Collaborating's fun now,
and the concepts you come
up with can become very
sweet in reality. The week-
end's perfect for concrete
accomplishments, and
crossing things off your to-
do list is extra satisfying.
Admittedly sometimes
you're all talk, but not right
now.
(Cancer June 22nd thru
July 22nd) What's your gut
feeling? Your
instincts can
make short
work of any
uncertainty at the beginning
of the week, if you just tune
into that inner voice. The
stars favor whatever moves
you decide to make. From
Wednesday through the end
of the workweek, though,
you may be inclined to, act
on impulse when it's a bet-
ter idea to think the impli-
cations through. What you
do now could have long-
lasting effects. You're
industrious this weekend,


but you're also adept at
communicating and con-
necting, so make sure you
get out and about!


(Leo July 23rd thru
August 22) Objectivity isn't
your strong suit
as the week
begins, but your
emotional
responses tell their own
tales -- ones that are just as
valuable as logic. Exploring
your feelings takes you
important places now. Then
from Wednesday through
the end of the workweek,
the stars are sending inspi-
ration, excitement and pure
radiance your way. The
spotlight's on you --be'
ready to shine, at work and
at play (and particularly
when it comes to affairs of
the heart!). When the week-
end comes, you may be
ready for some downtime,
perhaps because you've got
something to mull over.
(Virgo August 23rd thru
September 22nd) You're a
people-person as
the week begins.
Working in
groups is fun
(and for once it's actually
more productive than just
doing it yourself!), and
socializing's favored now
too, even if it's just mellow
hanging-out time. From
Wednesday through the end
of the workweek, you may
feel like you're at a disad-
vantage of some sort, but
you've got what ittakes -- or
if not, you can figure it out
quickly. Expect everything
to get much easier starting
around Friday afternoon
and lasting through the
weekend. These are some of
the best days you've seen in
a long time -- how will you
use this great energy?
(Libra September 23rd
thru October 22nd)
Adapting to
changing cir-
cumstances is
key as the week
begins. Have your contin-
gency plan at the ready, and
actively seek out others'
input, both professionally at
in your personal life. From
Wednesday through the end
of the workweek, others are
likely looking to you for
your expertise or just your
wise perspective. Help
them see the bigger picture
rather than just issuing your
opinion. When it comes to
the weekend, you'll want to
mix it up -- meeting new
people and getting stuff
done, balanced with some
time well spent doing noth-
ing at all.
(Scorpio October 23rd
thru November 21st)
You've got both
the brains and
Sthe brawn at the
beginning of the
week -- the big ideas and
the drive to see them
through. Be sure to allow
for circumstances beyond
your control, though.
Expect some tension
between you and a certain
someone between
Wednesday and the end of
the workweek. Make a real
effort to see it from their
point of view; start by ask-
ing them more about why
they feel the way they do.
From Friday afternoon


through the weekend, fos-
tering friendships and mak-
ing future plans are favored
-- combine the two for extra
fu4. to work with!


(Sagittarius November
22nd thru December 21st)
You and a certain
someone may not
see things the
siame \\ay at the
beginning of the week, but
sorting out why doesn't
have to involve a big con-
flict. Gain understanding,
and consider agreeing to
disagree. From Wednesday
through the end of the
workweek, an infusion of
confidence and high spirits
is your gift from the stars.
Your job? Use it to explore
your world -- professional-
ly, personally, even roman-
tically. By the weekend,
though, your challenge is to
look at what's already close
to you, and look at it close-
ly.
(Capricorn December
22nd thru January 19th)
Are you feeling
social or are you
zeroed in on one
person at the
beginning of the week?
Follow your mood and
keep your options open.
From Wednesday through
the end of the workweek,
you may want to be in
charge, but there's a limit to
how much you can control.
Changing how others are is
highly unlikely; under-
standing them, much easier.
Ask questions of the open-
ended variety. You're a
master planner from Friday
afternoon through the
weekend, with a stunning
command of the details and
facts at your disposal.
Accomplishments of all
sorts are a cinch.
(Aquarius-January 20th
thru February 18th)
Feeling out of
sorts at the
S. beginning of the
week? Don't
overlook the physical part
of the equation; a little
extra exercise can get your
mind and body much more
in balance. Suddenly a
problem doesn't seem so
monumental. And you've
got the creativity to find
multiple solutions to all
sorts of issues from
Wednesday through the end
of the workweek. Set fixed
ideas aside and find flexi-
ble, workable options all
around. This weekend,
you're extra grounded and
extra perceptive. A realiza-
tion about someone you
know may change your
point of view.
(Pieces February 19th
and March 20th)You're a
real inspiration
at the beginning
of the week --
and you may be
inspiring someone in a
romantic fashion. Sharing
your own feelings when it
comes to matters of the
heart is favored now -- will
you spill 'em? Then from
Wednesday through the
end of the workweek,
watch out for getting
entangled in issues that
aren't actually any of your
business. Be neutral, espe-
cially in the work environ-
ment -- it's safest now. This
weekend, offering a help-
ing hand makes you look


like a million bucks, partic-
ularly if others are only
offering criticism.


SHE BEATAND THREATEN HIM -- It was reported as an unauthorized use
of a motor vehicle. When the officer arrived at the 1200 block of W. 4th Street, he spoke
with the victim who stated that some women just came over to the house and "jumped"
him. The victim's mother, YW, who was also the complainant on the unauthorized use of
a motor vehicle incident, arrived at the residence. She stated that the victim, VGP, had
just called her and told her that he had been jumped by two women, DYL and JCF. The
victim, VGP stated that his brother, JG and his friend, JL had just been arrested for the
murder of Reggie Payne. He stated that DYL is JL's mother and JCF is his sister.
According to the victim, the suspects came to his residence, knocked on the door and he
answered. He said that DYL said, "You need to take your MFing a-- downtown and tell
the police that my son didn't do that!" He stated that as they were talking about the mur-
der investigation, the suspects got mad and "jumped him." The officer asked him to
explain and he stated that the mother struck him across the back with an umbrella, which
she obtained from the trunk of the white Lexus that was being driven by another female
who remained in the vehicle. He said the sister of the supposingly arrested man "swung
on him" striking him on the cheek. He stated that a witness intervened and the suspects
drove off. He said as they were driving away, the sister of the arrested man yelled, "You
better watch your MFing back, I'll get your a-- in the street!"
The witness said that he was sweeping the sidewalk and observed the entire incident.
His account was similar to that of the victim except he said that when the sister "swung
on" the victim, she missed him because he ducked out of the way.
YW said that she has known the mother for years and that she would like to contact her
in person and discuss the incident rather than filing charges. The officer then responded
to the 1400 block of W. 265h Street with Ms. W and contacted DYL and LF, owner of the
white Lexus. Both said they went to the house to talk with YW and that she never swung
an umbrella and never bad one in hand. She stated that she was upset with the victim
because of his attitude about her son's arrest for the murder. LF state that she drove the
suspects to the house but told them she would leave if they started "foolishness" with Ms
W. She stated that she stayed in the car until the suspects became upset with the victim.
She stated that she saw DYL with an umbrella, however she did not see her swing it at the
victim. She also stated that she observed the daughter swing her arm at the victim back
but did not think she touche him because another male was standing between them. She
said that she told the suspect to get in the car and she drove off with 'hanging out of the
windows.'
After YW and the suspect discussed the incident and pending court case, Mrs. W
advised that she did not want ti seek criminal prosecution for this incident because she
knew that the suspect was just upset about her son's arrest.
CAUGHT JUMPING ON THE HOOD OF A MAZDA -- The
Resource Officer at Ribault High School head a loud banging noise coming from the stu-
dent parking lot and saw two males jumping on the hood of a car Mazda. As he -
approached the car, the two suspects ran off campus toward the 3600 block of Ribault
Scenic Drive (Ribault Middle School). The first suspect, "B' was caught by a witness and
it was learned that they were both Ribault High School students. He was wearing Jordan
tennis shoes, and his shoe print was also on the hood of the car. The witness stated that
he saw both suspects jumping on' the hood of the car. After observing the car, the officer
could see the hood and roof of the car had very large dents in them. Further investigation
revealed that the car damaged did not belong to the person that the suspect had had an
altercation with earlier in the, week. The suspect was arrested. The officer was unable to
identify the second suspect and the first said he did not know his name. No staff member
was able to identify the suspect with the description given. The officer stated that the sus-
pect 'B' could be released on conditions. The suspect was released to his grandmother
and a court hearing was scheduled for February.
THEY WERE BOY/GIRL FRIEND AND HAD A MONEY
FIGHT -- He is six feet tall and 52 years of age. She is 5'7" and 42 years of age.
Investigation revealed that they were boyfriend/girlfriend. They do not have any children
together. The problem started when ADH received her tax return the two shared hotel and
boarding rooms for three weeks. Both are homeless and their listed addresses belong to
relatives. On that morning, Ms. H awoke and discovered one-hundred ahd fifty dollars
missing from her pocket. Mr. AJ was the only person in the hotel room during the time of
the monies disappearance. When Ms. H accused Mr. J of taking the money, he attempted
to leave the room. At that point, Ms. H stood in the doorway of the room and tried to
stop Mr. J from leaving. Then the two of them began to fight. Mr. J suffered a scratch on
his left cheek. Ms. H suffered a scratch to her right ring finger. At the scene, neither
party wished to prosecute, allowed to be photographed, would not make a written state-
ment of leave the hotel room. The officer sought an opinion and was advised that the
case was mutual combat so the state would not be able to prosecute. The case was there-
fore exceptionally cleared.
SHE JUST WANTED TO TELL -- An officer, while on patrol in the 600
block of East 60th Street, observed a black male and a white female standing in the road-
way. The officer could hear a loud disturbance coming from their location in the 500
block of East 60th Street and further observed the suspect,MB running in an aggressive
manner towards the victim, WR. The officer further observed the suspect's arm go
around the victim and she fell to the ground. When the officer approached their location,
the suspect had walked back into the center of the roadway and was yelling at the victim
who was getting up from the ground in the yard. The victim stated that she and the sus-
pect live together as a family for the past three months and have been boyfriend/girlfriend
for the past eight years. She stated the suspect was arguing with her because she had spo-
ken with the police about a homicide that occurred the night before. She added the sus-
pect became angry at her pushing her to the ground and hitting her four times in her chest
and back with his fist. She stated that she got up from the ground and that is when the
police arrived.
The suspect was'advised of his rights and asked if he wanted to tell what happened and
he stated that he just wanted to know how much time he was going to get for the incident.
The suspect was transported to PMB to be interviewed by a detective. He took a crack
pipe with residue from his left pocket and gave the'crack pipe to the detective while in the
interview room. The suspect was transported and placed in the PDF. The victim could
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The Adorable McClain Sisters From Daddy's Little Girls


By Rych McCain,
feedbackrych@
sbcglobal.net
If you live in a city
where the outdoor
advertising is heavy for
Tyler Perry's new hit
movie Daddy 's Little
Girls, you can't help
but to take notice of the
three cutie-pie girls fea-
tured on the posters.
They are the endearing
McClain sisters. Sierra,
12, is the oldest;
Lauryn, 10, is the mid-
dle child and China, 8,
the baby. This colum-
nist had the pleasure of
meeting the girls and
their uplifting parents
Michael and Shontell
McClain at the press
junket for their new
movie. As I sat with the
McClain clan stuffing
my face with delicious
food at a dinning room
table in the media suite
at the Four Seasons
Hotel in Beverly Hills,
I could feel the genuine
warmth and sincere
love that this family
shares with each other.
The girls were excit-
ed, playful and of
course giggling. They
are very down-to-earth
and full of fun. They
were also very respect-
ful, professional and
serious about their
business participating
at the press day. The
family lives in Atlanta,
Georgia and flew out to
Los Angeles for this
occasion. In the movie
the girls play the
daughters of Monty
(Idris Elba), a strug-
gling garage mechanic
who looses custody of
them to their mother,
his gangsta. ex-wife
and her drug-dealing


live-in boyfriend.
China was the first of
the three to start acting.
Her debut role was in
The Gospel as "Alexis."
She also has a starring
role in Tyler Perry's TV
series "House of Payne."
Daddy's Little Girls is
her second film but is
the first for her two sis-
ters. At age 6 or 7 did
she want to act? She
lights up saying, "At
first, I didn't really think
about it. We (her sisters)
were just singing, danc-
ing and performing.
Then they called me for
an audition and I got the
part. I didn't even know
how to act but when I
started to learn how and
got tips from other peo-
ple, it was really fun."
All three girls have been
professionally trained
and are still studying
their craft.
What was it like for
this precocious child to
work on a movie set for
the first time (remember
she was six at the time)?
"On the first day of my
first film, I was so nerv-
ous my head was about
to explode," said China.
"On the second day, I
really caught up to it and
the actors that were
there."
Baby sis did inspire
her two sisters to throw
their hats in the acting
ring. The eldest sister
Sierra puts it this way,
"We were inspired by
China when we first saw
her. We didn't really
know the acting busi-
ness. We were just into
singing and performing
for our parents. When
we first saw her and how
she was able to act, we
said 'wow' this is so
cool. \\e \ant to do this


The McClain sisters, Lauryn Sierra and China. Photo
2007 byAndre'B. Murray/bernagency.photoreflect.com


and that's how we got
into it." Middle child
Lauryn chimes in with
her version of what it
was like on the set of
'-Daddy."
"I was fine. We did a
whole lot of fun stuff.
Mr. Idris and Ms.
Gabrielle gave us a lot of
tips such as how to play
to the camera according
to the shooting angles, it
helped us."
Lauryn also describes
working with Tyler
Perry.
"It was fun. We went
through everything very
quick, so it wasn't long.
He's funny and he's
nice." Sierra added,
"Everyone on the set
made us feel real wel-
come." They even called
Idris "film daddy," on
the set out of mutual
respect.
Lauryn also says that
young people who have
a desire to act profes-
sionally should, "Start
with plays, show them to
your family. singing.


dancing and get into
some acting classes and
follow your dreams."
In the film you will
also see the girls' four
year old baby brother
Gabriel who yells from
the van for attorney
Julia to leave his daddy
alone. The McClain
sisters are getting a lot
of attention with their
new film. They are in
the recording studio
finishing their debut
album being produced
by their dad. Check out
their website 3mcclain-
girls.com. These young
ladies were instantly
inducted into Rych
McCain's Personally
Hand-Picked Family of
Spiritually Chosen
Child/Teen Actors.
Stay tuned because we
will be hearing from
these three precious
darlings in a big way.


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LL Cool J to Host 38th


NAACP Image
LL Cool J will host the 38th
NAACP Image Awards,
which will air live on Friday,
March 2 (8 p.m. ET/PT) on
FOX.
"We are pleased and honored
to have LL Cool J host our
first live telecast," said
Vicangelo Bulluck, executive
producer of the telecast. "His
humor, intelligence and
incredible talent will make
the awards an exciting
evening to remember."
LL Cool J has had unparal-
leled success in all media
including music, film and tel-
evision and has amassed a
number of accolades for his
work. He is a two-time
Grammy Award winner, a
NAACP Image Award winner
and is a recipient of
ShoWest's Male Star of
Tomorrow, ASCAP's Golden
Note Award and a Soul Train
Lifetime Achievement
Award.
Three outstanding individuals
will be honored during the
NAACP Image Awards tele-
cast. CNN anchor Soledad
O'Brien will receive the
President's Award; legendary
comedian, actor, author and


Awards
past Image Award winner
Bill Cosby will be inducted
into the Image Awards Hall
of Fame; and renowned
musician and activist Bono
will receive the NAACP
Chairman's Award.
Major sponsors of the 38th
NAACP Image Awards are
FedEx, Verizon and
General Motors. Additional
sponsors include Allstate
Insurance Company,
American Airlines,
Anheuser-Busch
Companies, Ciroc,
DaimlerChrysler, Ford
Motor Company and
Sprint.
Founded in 1909, the
NAACP is the nation's old-
est and largest civil rights
organization. Its members
throughout the United
States and the world are the
premier advocates for civil
rights in their communities,
conducting voter mobiliza-
tion and monitoring equal
opportunity in the public
and private sectors.
For more information on
the NAACP Image Awards,
please visit www.naacpim-
ageawards.net.


Soul Train Award host, nominees and honorees: LL Cool J, Soledad O'Brien,
Jennifer Beals, Bill Cosby


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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 02/12/07
1. American Idol, Tues., FOX
2. American Idol, Wed., FOX
3. House, FOX
4. Grey's Anatomy, ABC
5. CSI: Miami, CBS
6. CSI:NY, CBS
7. CSI, CBS
8. Girlfriends, CW
9. The Game, CW
10. Shark, CBS


Source: Nielsen Media Research


Monday


a .


9 p.m. on
CW (
Girlfriends:
You say you
want a reve-
lation? Care-
ful what you
ask for. in the
new episode


"What Had Happened Was
.. Aaron and Joan
(Richard T. Jones, Tracee
Ellis Ross) run into one of
his exes, and it's awkward.
To avoid such incidents in
the future, they decide to
come clean about their past
love lives.


Friday
8 p.m. on
FOX 3
SThe 38th
N NAACP Im-
Sage Awards:
Everybody
loves "Every-
bddy Hates
Chris." With
eight nominations, the sitcom
is the front-runner in the televi-
sion comedy category at this
year's edition of the awards
ceremony honoring diversity in
showbiz and literature. Other
potential big winners are
singers Beyonce and Mary J.
Blige and the movie "Dream-
girls." L.L. Cool J hosts.


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Christopher Massey Celebrates His 17th

Birthday!


By Rych McCain,
feedbackrych@
sbcglobal.net, Photos
2007, Andre'B.
Murray/bernagency.
photoreflect.com
Christopher Massey
celebrated his 17th
birthday in Burbank,
California on Sunday,
February 4. Massey
plays Michael on the hit
Nickelodeon Network
TV Show "Zoey 101."
He is the older brother to


Kyle, star of "Cory In
The House," for the
Disney Network. The
festive occasion was
well attendant by the
Hollywood teen star
segment. Of course Rych
McCain 's Personally
Hand-Picked Family of
Spiritually Chosen
Child/Teen Actors, of
which Massey is a long
time member, was in full
representation.


good time and both
birthday cakes were
gobbled up along with
more than enough food
and soft drinks. Our star
youngsters are growing
up fast!
Unfortunately, there
was a sad note for this
festive occasion. For
13yr old actress
Brittiana Henderson,
this was her final outing.
She made her transition


Everybody had a to our ancestors three


The late Brittiana Henderson is in the middle w, tan top
and bag, posing with the Massey brothers and party
guests.
days later from a three her cancer returned as
year battle with bone leukemia. Her funeral
cancer which she beat. was held Thursday,
Then six months later February 8.


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