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 Section A: Main: Editorial
 Section A: Main: Church
 Section A: Main: Lifestyle
 Section A: Main: State
 Section A: Main: National
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 Section B: Special
 Section C: Local
 Section C continued
 Section C: Regional
 Section C: Sports
 Section C continued
 Section D: Entertainment
 
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 17, 2007
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00111

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 17, 2007
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
    Section A: Main: Editorial
        page A 2
    Section A: Main: Church
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Lifestyle
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: State
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: National
        page A 6
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 7
        page A 8
    Section B: Special
        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
        page D 1
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Beat the Train Accident


Leaves Two Teens Dead

Angela Felix was riding with her boyfriend, Timothy Love, as he attended to his job
Sunday night, delivering pizza. They avoided the line at the railroad track on Trout River
Boulevard and perhaps
because hp was working and
"in a hurry" a decision was
made to pull around the cars
in front of them and go
around the lowered crossing
arms. According to people




The accident was so violent that the automobile was totally demol-
ished with pieces of the automobile strewn along the tracks.
in the area, such a decision was not uncommon because the
trains on that track usually sit for long periods. For Timothy Angela Felix
and Angela, it was an extremely bad decision. First, it is a
bad decision to go around lowered crossing arms, said
Officer Kenneth Jefferson but secondly, the decision did not ..
take in consideration the possibility of two trains traveling in '
different directions on the tracks, side by side.


Timothy Love


Friends of Angela and
Timothy all had nothing b ut
good things to say about
them. Candace has been
The remains of the auto loaded onto the tow truck Angela's friend since they
were in eighth grade at
Horizon Unlimited Academy and on to First Coast High School where they graduated almost
two years ago. Both Angela and Timothy were 19-years-old and were planning a very fruit-
ful future together.
Continued on Page A 7

Criminal

Acts



Suspects
C aught Tracy Devon Newton Suspected Nightclub 2004 Murder Suspect
C II Alleged Serial Rapist Murderer Andre Arnold Meigo Bailey
Since 2001 at least nine-women have reported sexual assaults that showed similarities in
the Brentw\ood and Springfield area and the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office announced that
the\ had a suspect in custody but just 'released his name after DNA evidence connected the
suspects to the victims. Many of Tracy Devon Newton's victims were
homeless or prostitutes. who were often attacked and then driven to Kidnapping
other areas. and Robbery
It is believed he is responsible for up to 15 rape cases. At least once,
he forced a victim into his vehicle at gunpoint. And in another incident, Suspects
the assailant kidnapped a man who was carrying a purse and accepted a
ride from him. He took him to a house, raped him and robbed him.
Some of the victims from this investigation who did report the attacks
also refused to let police gather DNA evidence. One said it was the sec-
ond time someone had sexually battered her and she didn't want to go .
through another, trial.
Andre Arnold, 23, has been charged with the murder of Vincent Scott, ,S.R. Watson
21. According to reports, the two fought after 3:00 a.m. at the G Spot
Adult Entertainment Club. Others participated in the fight. Arnold was
charged with murder.
Meigo Bailey, 22, has been charged with the shooting death of a '
Hispanic male during a home invasion during a period when about 28
attacks were made against Hispanics in the Jacksonville area because it
,\ as belie\ ed the\ \\er easy targets. Bailey identified two other suspects J Catia
that participated in the home in\ asion incident \\iih him
T\ o men. \W. St Iles and J. Catia along with a female, S.R. Watson '
Sere arrested in the kidnapping and robbery of a 20-year-old Navy man
that agreed to lake the female to her home in Palm Coast., When they.
arrived at; Ilc Paln Coast home, two men jumped the victim, forced him '.
to tell his ATM number so that they could get his money, then tied and
bound him, leaving him in his own trunk where he managed to escape. W. Styles


Missing 6-Year-0ld Found Slain


A 6-year-old boy who vanished a week
ago while playing near his trailer-park home
was found slain Thursday after a registered
sex offender and three other suspects
stymied investigators for days with conflict-
ing stories of the youngster's fate.
Glynn County Police Chief Matt
Doering said all four suspects would proba-
bly be charged with murder in the slaying
of Christopher Michael Barrios.
Christopher's partially concealed body
was discovered by a state ranger about three


Peggy Edenfield David Edenfield
miles from the youngster's home. Doering
said it was obvious the boy had been killed,
but he would not say how and would not



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disclose how long the body had been there.
About 60 volunteer searchers, many
wearing T-shirts printed with the boy's
photo, hugged and wept as Doering con-


John Dukes, Jr.,
Gainesville Educator
Dead at 80
John
Dukes,
Jr. died
March
8, 2007.
He had
spent
y more
than
fifty years in the Alachua
County school system, not
including his years as a stu-
dent once he convinced his
family that Lincoln High
School in Gainesville was
the place to be if you want-
ed a sound education. Mr.
Dukes felt strongly about
the power of knowledge and
passed on his feelings and
philosophy to all, those
around him, whether you
were in his classroom or in
his environment.
After graduating from
FAMU, Dukes returned to
his high school alma mater
as a mathematics teacher
and later became the princi-
pal of Lincoln High School.
Dukes made history as the
'last principal of Lincoln and
the first principal of the
totally integrated 'Eastside
High School. He later was
appointed assistant superin-
tendent of Alachua County
Schools and remained at the


firmed Christopher's death to reporters.


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Cristopher Barrios, age 6, found dead


"You suspected all along in your heart, it's
just not the outcome you want," said Mari
Charnock. "At least we know, though. At
least it's over."
Earlier this week, police arrested four
people a convicted child molester living
in the trailer park, his parents and a friend of
theirs in connection with the boy's disap-
pearance.
Investigators said the four told a tangle
of conflicting and ever-shifting stories -
that they knew nothing about the boy's dis-
appearance, that the boy was still alive, and
that he had been abducted, killed and buried.
But repeated searches of the spots where the
boy was supposedly buried turned up noth-
ing, investigators said.
Continued on Page A7


J'ville Biker A Winner

At Custom Bike Show


Winners of the Custom Bike Show: Willie (Dusty) Owens, presi-
dent, Julius Sims, James Sirmans, Charles Tillman, Victor
Robinson, Dale Williams, Terry Taylor, Carmen Taylor, Brey Brown
and Eleber Kellun of Ramblin Rams Motorcycle Club, Jacksonville,


school board until he retired
as Deputy Superintendent.
Mr. Dukes was instru-
mental in leading a number
of Gainesville students to
the road of success and
never hesitated to help or
encourage. "Perhaps be-
cause he was a mathemati-.
cian, he believed that you
should always be your best,
give your best and be pre-
pared if you encounter diffi-
culties" said Clara
Mt. Carmel Baptist
Church was packed with
former students and associ-
ates. "Dukes impacted
many," said Ms. Janice
Williams, a former student


of Dukes and presently a
member of Alachua County
School Board.
Dukes will never be for-
gotten, not because Duval
Elementary School's
Multipurpose building is
named after him, but
because of his dedication
and goal to "build a school
where teachers could teach
and children could learn."
John Dukes, Jr., a Life
Member of Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity and an education-
al legend.
Mr. Dukes survivors
include his wife of 52 years,
one son, three daughters and
seven grandchildren.


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Three Sisters, Three Illnesses, No Health
Coverage
Marian Wright Edelman
President, Children's Defense Fund


The Children's
Defense Fund is working
tirelessly to raise aware-
ness about the ways fam-
ilies across the country
are struggling to get their
children the health care
they need. Here's the
story of a California fam-
ily where three daughters
all struggle with serious
health issues without
health coverage.
Janneth, Brenda, and
Guadalupe, sisters who
live in Alameda County
just outside San
Francisco, all have severe
medical conditions.
Janneth, 16, the oldest,
has chronic tonsillitis;
Brenda, 13, has asthma;
and Guadalupe, 9, has
anemia. None of the girls
have health care cover-
age. Over the past year,
Janneth has missed sev-
eral days of school
because of the symptoms
associated with tonsilli-
tis, including fever, fre-
quent coughing, throat
swelling, inability to eat,
and 'weakness. This has
resulted in a significant
decrease in her grades.
Brenda can't participate
in moderate and heavy


physical activities,
including physical educa-
tion, because she doesn't
have an Albuterol pump
to help manage and con-
trol her asthma. She wor-
ries that she may have an
asthma attack and need to
be rushed to the emer-
gency room. Guadalupe
misses occasional school
days because of her ane-
mia. Anemia is normally
a controllable illness with
proper vitamins and med-
icine, but because her
family can't afford the
medicine to treat her con-
dition, Guadalupe suffers
from fatigue, loss of
appetite, and hair loss.
The last time all three
girls, had health coverage
was about a year ago.
Their mother, Teresa,
says they lost coverage
because the Medicaid
office received her reau-
thorization packet late.
Teresa reapplied two
more times but the
Medicaid office said the
second and third reappli-
cation packets arrived
late as well. As Teresa
says, "That's all they ever
say... 'Your papers arrived
late!'" Frustrated, Teresa


went to her social worker
at her local health clinic,
Clinica de la Raza, for
help, and sent in a fourth
reapplication packet.
Teresa also left a voice-
mail message for her
caseworker at the
Medicaid office giving
them her new telephone
number and requesting
an update on the status of
her children's health cov-
erage. So far, she still
hasn't received a call
back.
Teresa confides that
she is worried especially
about Janneth and
Brenda. Last year, the
last time Janneth was
seen by her medical
provider, she was advised
to have her tonsils
removed because of her
chronic tonsillitis. But
because Janneth lost her
health coverage, she has-
n't been able to have the
operation. Teresa also
worries about how to
meet all of her family's
basic other needs. She
reports she. had to leave
her employment at a fab-
ric factory to care for her
sick daughters. Her hus-
band works, but he does-
n't earn enough to cover
all the family's expenses,
and they now have addi-
tional debt because of


unpaid medical expenses
from the past year.
Teresa says, "I just
don't know how we are
going to pay for rent, util-
ities, food, and every-
thing else. I'm always
stealing from Peter to pay
Paul."
Should any parents
have to watch their chil-
dren struggle against pre-
ventable or treatable ill-
nesses this way, or watch
their family fall further
and further into debt as
they try to keep up with
the help their children
need? If you believe our
nation can do better for
its families, then you
need to tell your elected
officials that we and they
must do better and make
health coverage for all
children with a stream-
lined enrollment process
a reality this year.
Marian Wright
Edelman is President of
the Children's Defense
Fund and its Action
Council whose Leave No
Child Behind mission is
to ensure every child a
Healthy Start, a Head
Start, a Fair Start, a Safe
Start and a Moral Start in
life and successful pas-
sage to adulthood with
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Faith In Our Community The Church Directory

Schedule ofEvents and Services "Come and Worship With Us"


DELIVERANCE CENTER FOR ALL PEOPLE located
at 2039 Thomas Court, Jacksonville, FL, with Minister
Kevin Curry, Pastor would like to invite you to their PAS-
TOR'S ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION on March 18th
at 4 p.m. Call 904-346-0898 for more information.
ELDER ROBERT JACKSON AND THE NEW SPIRI-
TUAL TRAVELERS 20TH ANNIVERSARY March 18,
2007 at 5 p.m. at Faith Temple Fellowship Ministries
C.O.C.W.I.H., located at 2133 Wishart St., Jacksonville, FL,
with Bishop Gregory Davis, Pastor. Special Guest: The
Mighty Golden Voices of Dayton Beach, Fl., Billy Crayton
and Christ;s Ambassadors of Orlando, .FL., Elder Carl
Joseph and The Gospel Tru Tones of Valdosta, GA, LaVonne
Cooper and The Voices of Harmony of Deland, Fl, and
many, many more. For more information call Elder Mary
Herring at 904-762-9798.
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH OF EAST SPRING-
FIELD, INC., located at 1553 East 21st St., Jacksonville,
FL, with Rev. John J. Devoe, Jr., Pastor and Rev. John A.
Payne, Pastor Emeritus is celebrating their ANNUAL
WOMEN'S DAY on Sunday, March 18th at 11 a.m. The
speaker will be the Prophetess Patricia Frances. At 4 p.m.
Youth and Drama Ministry with Sister Stephanie Williams in
charge. Call Evangelist Buena Reed at 354-2941 or 765-
5707 for more information.


SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, located
at 954 Kings Rd., Jacksonville, FL, with Rev. Odell Smith,
Jr. Pastor, is having their FAMILY.FELLOWSHIP PIC-
NIC "Demonstrating our Love for God through our
Actions and Attitudes, ". Saturday, March 24th at 11 a.m. 4
p.m. (on the church grounds). Special appreciation recogni-
tions, fun, games, competitive challenges for prizes.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH's 20TH
ANNUAL HOMECOMING CELEBRATION is Sunday,
March 25th at 11 a.m. featuring guest speaker Rev. Robert
Wright, the esteem pastor of Greater Mt. Pleasant Baptist
Church of Green Cove Springs, FL. For more information
call (904) 354-8268.
ST. JOSEPH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, located
at 925 Spearing St., with Rev. Neo Garvin, Pastor CELE-
S BRATES "DUAL DAY" on Sunday, March 25th. Rev.
James Graham, Associate Minister of New Bethel AME
Church will deliver the message at 10 a.m. Bro. Melvin
Alston, Jr. and Almetya J. Lodi, Chairpersons.


EMANUEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, located
at 2407 S. L. Badger Jr. Circle, E., Jacksonville, FL, with
Rev. Herb Anderson, Pastor, is having their SPRING
REVIVAL "Now Is The Time March 20th through March
23rd, beginning at 7:15 p.m. each night. The Evangelist for
the week is Rev. A.D. Lewis, Pastor ofMt. Elam Missionary
Baptist Church in Pearl, MS. For more information call 356-
9371.
SUMMERVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH will observe
FAMILY AND FRIENDS DAY, on Sunday, March 18th,
beginning with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. A cordial invita-
tion is being extended to the public. Rev. James W. Henry is
the Minister. The church is located at 690 W. 20th St.
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to: info@thefloridastar.com


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6:00 p.m.

Pastor Garry Wiggins Preaching
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ALLEN, Mildred, died March 7, 2007.
March 10, 2007. LOVE, Timothy Lemar,
BOWDEN,, Minnie G., 19, died March 11, 2007.
died March 10, 2007. McRAE, Kathleen, 55,
BROWN, Rosia, died died March 8, 2007.
March 10, 2007. McROY, Helen Louise,
BUSEY, Kimleigh M., died March 8, 2007.
died March 9, 2007. A.B. PUGH, Wilbur Lee, died
Coleman Mortuary. March 8, 2007.
CLARK, Claudia L., RENDER, DeAngelo
died March 12, 2007. Sherrod, 32, died March
Alphoriso West Mortuary. 11, 2007. Alphonso West
COREY, Willie Mae, Mortuary, Inc.
died March 10, 2007. RIVERS, Patricia Ann,
DENSON, Mercedes, died March 6, 2007.
died March 12, 2007. ROGERS, Johnnie Mae,
FELIX, Angela, died 49, died March 8, 2007.
March 11, 2007. SANDERS, Mrs. Verlee,
GADSON, Cynthia L., died March 10, 2007 in
died March 11, 2007. Ft. Washington, MD.
GAINES, "Baby Girl" SMITH, Rosa L., died
J'Adore, 2 months, died March 9, 2007. Alphonso
March 6, 2007. West Mortuary.
HINES, Irvin-Shareeta TAYLOR, Everlina, died
S., died March 6, .2007. March 6, 2007.
A.B. Coleman Mortuary. WILLIS, Christine, cied
HUNTER, Luddie, died March 7, 2007.

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H.O.P.E.E. MINISTRIES, INC. '
Dr. Beatrice House. Pastor
SAll ser ice.s are held at Hospitalit inni [n
7: 1 I 103rd Si Jacksonr i Ile. FL 32210 ..
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Sunday Celebration Service ........................... 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Thursday ............. Word Service :.................. 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
Youth Service ............... (Third Thursday) .... 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
"You are invited tojoin us for a time of celebration and exaltation of
our God and King. The word is rich, the fellowship refreshing and
the presence of God mightily manifested."
"Helping Others Pursue Excellence and Eternity"

Dear Pastor and Congregation:
On August 12, 2006 Mayor John Peyton brought the religious
community of Jacksonville together for one conmmn cause "A Day
of Faith." With an ever increasing crime and murder rate; the lead-
ers of Jacksonville understood our only hope was in II Chronicles
7:14; "if my people, who are called by my name, shall humble
themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked
ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and
will heal their land." God himself said if you want change in your
neighbor, community or city you must first come to me.
The "Day of Faith" was a great effort by our city as over 6,000
people gathered together to pray for a change in Jacksonville. As a
result of those prayers, the number of murders in Jacksonville
decreased. Although, great things came from that day, not every-
one was pleased. As you may know, the City of Jacksonville was
sued by an Atheist group but later settled out of court. Now three
months into 2007, the spirit of murder is alive again in our great
city and it is timy for the religious community to take a stand.
Trailblazer International Ministries, All People International
Church with Bishop A.T. Jones, Sr. and Pastors from all over
Northeast Florida are joining forces for "A Godly Man/Woman can
make the Difference" Conference. This "city changing event" will
be March 22-24 at the All People International Church, 1993 West
Edgewood Ave. on the northside of Jacksonville. On Thursday,
March 22nd at 7pm, I challenge you and your congregation to be
in attendance to stand together with invited guests Sheriff John
Rutherford and Mayor John Peyton as they partner with nationally
acclaimed Evangelist Jackie McCullough to fight the spirit of mur-
der and crilie in our city.
Also on this night, the Sheriff, the Mayor, Maddads, The Justice
Coalition, The AME Ministers Alliance, The NAACP, and
Ready4Work will be honored for their work as well as prayed for
their continuous efforts in fighting crime and reducing the spirit of
murder that is in our city.
We pray and hope you are in attendance. For more information
or to partner with this effort please call (904) 765-2206.
In His Service, Kenneth Adkins, CEO, Adkins Agency
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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
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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
S Sunday School 9:15 10:15 a.m.
,. Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.

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 diedfor 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 IWite 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 '


Almighty God, Father of all mercies and giver of all
comfort: Deal graciously, we pray thee, with those who
mourn, that casting every care on thee, they may
know the consolation of thy love, through
Jesus Christ our LORD.


Pentecostal Church of God
"Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don't"
Elder Joseph Rice

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship 12:00 Noon & 7:00 p.m.
Bible Study Tuesday & Friday------ 7:00 p.m.

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to die. "--Ecclesiastes 3:1-2.
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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 mem-
ber 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 '11Cii,, do the walking-compar-
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embalming, ant the cost for profes-
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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
niemorial service express that wish.
That means a service in the funeral
home or a church where the body is
not present. A common misconception
is that when the body is cremated you
don't hold a funeral. You can hold a
funeral before cremation.
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"There's Always Something

Happening On The First Coast"


The Walter O. Evans Collection of African
American Art
There is still time left for you to see the breathtaking
S exhibit of Dr. Walter O. Evans' collection of African
American art. It is mesmerizing and by all accounts
one of the best private collections of art that just hap-
pened to have been created by African Americans. The
exhibit at The Curimer has eighty works of art by
African Americans from the five hundred plus items
from Dr. Evans' collection. Dr. Evans' art collection
began over forty years ago and documents the achieve-
ments of artists working from the mid-nineteenth cen-
tury to the present day. The paintings were so life like.
In some instances you felt the subject would step out of
the painting at anymoment.
The Evans collection includes significant works by
artists who worked or studied art during the Harlem
Renaissance. Aaron Douglas' The Negro Speaks of
Rivers {for Langston Hughes} celebrates the poet's
first poem and touch upon both our heritage but also
our migrations in America. Dr. Evans' Lifelong friend-
ships with two luminaries of American art led to the
development of remarkable collections of Jacob
Lawrence's and Romare Bearden's work within the
Evans collection. Recently Dr. Evans acquired works
by sculptor Richard Hunt, whose Model for the
Middle Passage Monument (1987) reveals a contempo-
rary response to our African Diaspora.
Mrs. Barbara and Rev. Carlton Jones, prominent
among the group of sponsors (Fidelity National
Financial, Wachovia, and the Cultural Council of
Greater Jacksonville) of the exhibit were joined by Dr.
and Mrs. Evans who returned to The First Coast from
their Savannah, GA home for the Jacksonville's
Connection to the Harlem Renaissance event. This
'genius event' unveiled the Mural created by Douglas
Anderson School of the Arts students created as a past
of the New View. The New View is a unique partner-
ship between the Cummer Museum and the school.
Ninth grade visual arts students worked together to cre-
ate ten panels, each dedicated to an individual, a place
or a concept between local African American history
and the Harlem Renaissance.
Inspired by the works of Aaron Douglas in the
Walter O. Evans Art Collection, students applied the
artist's style and techniques to unify the ten different
panels. The panels feature: Mrs. Mary McLeod
Bethune, Ms. Eartha M.M. White, J. Rosamond
Johnson, Lift Every Voice and Sing, Ms. Augusta
Savage, James Weldon Johnson, Aaron Douglas, The
Theater District of LaVilla and Norman Studios.
The evening at The Cummer featured: Music from
the Ritz Voices, Stage Aurora and the Randall
Haywood Trio; the spoken word from Douglas
Anderson students as guests viewed and absorbed the
grand Evans art exhibit; seeing the Mural; an awesome
panel discussion that featured Ms. Hope McMath,
UNF's Dr. Carolyn Williams, Ms. Jeanette Toohey
and Dr. Evans, delicious food and libations, con-
cluding with a magnificent party.
The exhibition was organized by The Walter O.
Evans Foundation for Art and Literature. For
more information about Dr. Evans and his collec-
tions, visit The Walter O. Evans Foundation at
www.walteroevansfoundation.org.
********
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 otherivise noted.
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Mural created by Douglas Anderson Art Students, presently on exhibit at The Cummer. After the exhibition at The Cummer, the mural will move
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Douglas Anderson School of the Arts students prepare Mural for The
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Cummer Museum Supporters Carlton and Mrs. Barbara Jones with
LaVilla Museum Curator Mrs. Lydia Stewart.


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Riyan Jackson, Mrs. Cynthia Jones Jackson and Ms. Pearl Blackwell. Douglas Anderson student poet Ms. Sakiyah James and renowned
potter Ms. Glendia Cooper.


The Ritz Voices with director Ms. Deborah McDuffie at The Cummer.


Douglas Anderson students-poet Chris Hicks and writer and dancer Douglas Anderson student poet Ms. Carley Robinson, Douglas
Ms. Melinda Jenkins. Anderson Creative Writing Department Chairperson Mrs. Jackie
Jones, Douglas Anderson English instructor Mrs. Debbie Rouse, Ms.
Aleighia Rouse with Douglas Anderson principal Mrs. Jackie
Cornelius.


Mrs. Evangeline Watson, Alvis Kellam, Ms. Gwen DeVaugln and Ms. g W .: '
Jocelyn Turner enjoying The Cummer. Mesdames Betty Ingram and Severia 'Toni' Norton at The Cummer.


Dr. Waper 0. Evans with creative artist Daniel WyIti.


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Ritz Theatre & LaVilla Museum Assistant Ms. Adonnica Toler awaits
Dr. Walter O. Evans' signing of her Dr: Evans' Art Collection
Catalogue. "


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8 Schools in Florida/Georgia area impacted


Exxon Mobile Foundation


Donates $1 Million to UNCF


Eight HBCU's in the Florida/Georgia
area will directly benefit from the $2.6 mil-
lion raised by the UNCF's recent Annual
Awards Dinner.
Exxon Mobil Foundation donated $1
Million to the United Negro College Fund
(UNCF) in support of the organization's
efforts to increase minority degree attain-
ment by reducing financial barriers to col-
lege. The company made the contribution at
the UNCF's 63rd Annual Awards Dinner in
New York on March 9, where it was the pre-
senting sponsor. This year's Annual Awards
Dinner raised $2.6 million in support of the
organization.
The Annual Awards Dinner brings
together 1,400 friends and supporters of
UNCF, including board members, college
presidents, corporate partners, students and
alumni. This year, former Presidents George
H.W. Bush and William J. Clinton were pre-
sented with UNCF's highest honor, The
Frederick D. Patterson Award. The award is
given to individuals and corporations who
have demonstrated an extraordinary com-
mitment to the expansion of educational
opportunities to deserving young men and
women.
"ExxonMobil has been a long time sup-
porter of UNCF, and we are proud to recog-
nize their ongoing commitment to breaking
barriers and improving opportunities for
young men and women to obtain their edu-
cation," said Rex Tillerson, Chairman and
CEO of Exxon Mobil Corporation. "A mind
is a terrible thing to waste, and a wonderful
thing to save. UNCF has helped save minds,
and it is because of this dedication that we
are pleased to present this gift of $1 million
to UNCF, so that they may continue aiding


Second Hand Smoke Risk

Higher for Black Children


Black children may be
far more susceptible to the
ill effects of second-hand
tobacco smoke than their
white counterparts., U.S.
researchers said on Monday.
In a.study of 220 chil-
dren with asthma, black
children who were exposed
to at least five cigarettes a
day had significantly higher
toxin levels in their hair and
blood than white children
with the same exposure.
The study, may shed
light on why black children
are more susceptible to
tobacco-related disorders,.
like asthma, sudden-infant
death syndrome and low
birth weight, said Dr.


Stephen Wilson of the
University of Cincinnati.
"For some reason,
African-American children
may metabolize or break
down nicotine ... more slow-
ly than white children,"
Wilson said in a telephone
interview.
Wilson and colleagues at
the Cincinnati Children's
Hospital Medical Center
tested children aged 5 to 12
for levels of cotinine, a
byproduct of nicotine that
has been processed by the
body. Slightly more than
half of the children, 55 per-
cent, were black. The rest
were white.
Researchers collected


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Michael L. Lomax, Ph.D., UNCF's Pres. and CEO
UNCF is one of many outreach programs
that ExxonMobil promotes in an overall
effort to increase levels of education excel-
lence.
"On behalf of the thousands of young
men and women who will be able to go to
college because of ExxonMobil's support, I
want to express our gratitude," said Michael
L. Lomax, Ph.D., UNCF's president and
CEO. "ExxonMobil's commitment is not
only a generous donation but a wise invest-
ment," he added. "Thanks to ExxonMobil,
thousands of students will get their college
degrees and launch the kinds of careers as
doctors, scientists, computer software
designers and medical researchers- that
every community and the national economy
need many more of."


blood and hair samples for a
year. To avoid any underre-
porting of tobacco exposure
by parents, researchers
measured levels of tobacco
smoke in the home at six
months and 12 months
using an instrument called a
nicotine dosimeter.
While nicotine exposure
levels in the home were
similar, researchers found
that black children showed
significantly higher levels
of cotinine compared to
white children.
On average, cotinine
levels in blood samples col-
lected from black children
were 32 percent higher than
the white participants. The
difference was more strik-
ing in hair samples, with
cotinine levels in black chil-
dren four times higher than
those of white participants.


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Disney Announces First


Black Princess "Maddy"


Along with news about
its first black princess and
return to hand-drawn ani-
mation, the Walt Disney Co.
last week told shareholders
gathered in New Orleans
that its executives would be
back in 'Louisiana next
month to lend a helping
hand.
Fifty executives will
build a playground, refur-
bish -a basketball court and
donate sports equipment to
the Slidell Boys & Girls
Club, which was damaged
by Hurricane Katrina.
The Walt Disney Co. has
started production on an
animated musical fairy tale
called "The Frog Princess,"
which will be set in New
Orleans and feature the Walt
Disney Studio's first black
princess.
The film, set for release
in 2009, also is the first
hand-drawn film Disney has
committed to since pledging
last month to return to the
traditional animation that
made it a worldwide brand.
"The Frog Princess," a
musical scored by composer
Randy Newman, is "an
American fairy tale" star-,
ring a girl named Maddy
who lives in the French
Quarter in New Orleans,
said John Lasseter, chief
creative director for Disney
and Pixar Animation
Studios.


Randy Newman on piano and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band play a
song from Walt Disney's animated musical fairy tale 'The Frog
Princess' on Wednesday in New Orleans.


Disney did not provide
details of the plot, but the
company showed share-
holders preliminary draw-
ings from the movie.
Newman and a jazz band
played a song from the
movie's score.
Maddy joins eight other
Disney princess characters,
who have generated $3 bil-
lion in global retail sales
since 1999. Disney
Princesses is the fastest-
growing brand for the com-
pany's Consumer Products
division.
Disney introduced its
first non-white animated
heroine in 1992's
"Aladdin": a Middle
Eastern character named


A College Degree Levels
the Field for Blacks
New figures released by the U.S. Census
Bureau eliminates any doubt that possession
of a four-year college degree not only great-
ly increases the incomes of African
Americans but goes almost all the way in


Jasmine. Three years later
an American Indian princess
appeared in "Pocahontas."
The creation of the
Chinese heroine from
"Mulan" came in 1998.
Other Disney princesses are
the main characters from
"Cinderella," "Sleeping
Beauty," "Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs," "Beauty
and the Beast" and "The
Little Mermaid."
Disney aggregated the
eight. characters in 1999
under the banner Disney
Princesses and has rolled
out toys, books, clothing,
furniture and other mer-
chandise aimed at girls ages
3 to 8.


closing the economic gap between blacks
and whites.
African Americans with a two-year asso-
ciate's degree improve their income by only
41 percent over blacks with just a high
school diploma. But blacks with a four-year
college degree outperform blacks with a
high school diploma by 93.4 percent


..for the
March 20, 2007
ELECTION
Early Voting Ends
Sunday March 18, 2007
Sin DUVAL COUNTY at the following sites:

The Supervisor of Elections Main Office, 105 East Monroe.Street, Jacksonville
Argyle Library, 7973 Old Middleburg Road South, Jacksonville
Beaches Library, 600 3rd Street, Neptune Beach
Bradham-Brooks Northwest Library, 1755 Edgewood Avenue West, Jacksonville
Graham Library, 2304 North Myrtle Avenue, Jacksonville
Highlands Library, 1826 Dunn Avenue, Jacksonville
Mandarin Library, 3330 Kori Road, Jacksonville
Murray Hill Library, 918 Edgewood Avenue South, Jacksonville
Pablo Cieek Regional Library, 13295 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Regency Square Library, 9900 Regency Square Blvd., Jacksonville
Southeast Library, 10599 Deerwood Park Blvd., Jacksonville
South Mandarin Library, 12125 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville
University Park Library, 3435 University Blvd. North, Jacksonville
Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd Street, Jacksonville
West Regional Library, 1425 Chaffee Road South, Jacksonville

Hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
and Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.

To find out where your polling place is or
for more information call: 630-1414.
Absentee ballots must be received by the Supervisor of Elections Office
by no later than 7:00 p.m. on March 20, 2007.





JERRY HOLLAND
THE DUVAL COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE
(904) 630-1414 www.duvalelections.com


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Black congressional
leaders are expressing out-
rage over a vote by the
Cherokee Nation to revoke
the citizenship of descen-
dants of former tribal
slaves.
They're asking the feder-
al government to weigh in.
More than twenty mem-
bers of the Congressional
Black Caucus signed a letter
to the Interior Department's
Bureau of Indian Affairs. It
questions the "validity,
legality, as well as the
morality" of the March third
vote.
In the special election,
more than 76 percent of


those casting ballots voted
to amend the tribal constitu-
tion to limit citizenship to
descendants of "by blood"
tribe members. The move
excludes an estimated 28-
hundred freedmen descen-
dants.
Descendants tried to
stop the ballot measure in
court but were denied. They
have vowed to continue
fighting.
A Cherokee Nation
spokesman says the vote
was simply a move by the
tribe to restrict its rolls to
members with known
Cherokee descent. He
denies it was racist.


Nat. Park Service's Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Gains Public Support

The nation's leading park advocacy group, the National served for generations." and awareness of the Underground Railroad. This program
Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), has announced In his introductory statement, Rep. Hastings's observed, partners Park Service knowledge and modest grants with


its support for legislation introduced by
Florida's Rep. Alcee Hastings ,and g'
Delaware's Rep. Michael Castle to fund the ,,
National Park Service's Underground
Railroad Network to Freedom program.
"Rep. Hastings's and Rep. Castle's
leadership will ensure that the -
Underground Railroad is not history, but a
significant part of our American heritage," ,
said NPCA President Tom Kiernan. "Like L
many national parks, the National Park
Service's Underground Railroad Network
to Freedom program has insufficient fund- Sen Alcee Ha
ing and staff. The modest funding increase
of $2 million proposed by this bipartisan legislation would
save this important program and ensure that the
Underground Railroad is adequately interpreted and pre-


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"Our nation's history is in peril
when funding for our national parks I.
is in peril. We must guarantee our
S future generations will be able to
experience the critical journey of
sacrifice and triumph that has '
S empowered African-Americans and
shaped the history of this nation."
Introductory cosponsors of the
S bipartisan Hastings-Castle legisla-
tion (H. R.1239) included; Rep.
Sanford Bishop (D-2-GA) and Rep.
wings Kendrick Meek (D-17-FL). Sen Kendrick
The National Lhderground
Railroad Network to Freedom Act was signed into law in
July 1998 (Public Law 105-203) and established the
Network to Freedom program to increase public knowledge
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and local historic sites, community groups, and
national park sites in 27 states and the District of
Columbia to more capably tell their part of the
Underground Railroad story.
5 But without adequate funding, researchers can't
identify artifacts or document important oral histo-
ries, and important structures are lost to develop-
ment or decay.
The Underground Railroad Network tp
Freedom is the only national program dedicated to
the preservation, interpretation, and dissemination
eek of Underground Railroad history in the United
States.
NPCA placed the program on its 2004 list of America's
Ten Most Endangered National Parks because of insuffi-
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Georgia Wrestles with Effort


to Add Confederate History

A week after civil rights groups called on Georgia's
General Assembly and Gov. Sonny Perdue to apologize for
slavery, a key Senate-committee will consider a bill today
that would designate April as Confederate History and
Heritage Month.
Sen. Jeff Mullis is the main sponsor of Senate Bill 283,
which would encourage Georgians each April to honor the
Confederacy, its history, soldiers and the people who "con-
tributed to the cause of Southern Independence."
The bill also encourages the Georgia Civil War
Commission to develop a curriculum to teach Georgia's
Confederate history in elementary and high schools, as well
as colleges and universities. It is scheduled for a hearing
today.
"It's only appropriate that we pay tribute to this impor-
tant part of American history and our state's history," said
Mullis, whose hometown was the site of a major Civil War
battle in 1863.
The effort doesn't sit well with lawmakers who view that
chapter of Southern history as a dark one, tainted by slavery.
Sen. Kasim Reed, an African-American, said the timing of
the proposal is particularly flawed.
"I think that in light of the conversation we've been hav-
ing about Georgia accepting responsibility for its history as
it relates to slavery,.this is not appropriate," Reed said. "If
we're not going to address that issue in a candid way, I find
it inappropriate to be passing a measure such as this."
Reed also said he is also disappointed that lawmakers
have not yet approved a proposal to hang a portrait of civil
rights figure Coretta Scott King in the state Capitol.
Edward DuBose, the state president of the NAACP,
declined to comment abbut Mullis's bill Wednesday.
Rep. Al Williams'has said he plans to file a resolution on
Monday calling for the state to recognize the history of slav-
ery in the state and for reconciliation among Georgians.
The idea has gotten a cool reception from several
Republican leaders of the GOP-controlled Legislature, who
questioned why they should apologize for something they
were not involved in.
The prospects for Mullis' bill aren't clear. Lt. Gov..Casey
Cagle, who is president of the Senate, said through a
spokeswoman Wednesday that he had not yet read it. House
Speaker Glenn Richardson also said he had not yet seen the
bill, but added, "I believe we should study all of Georgia's.
history."
Confederate History and Heritage Month is not a new
idea. The state already recognizes April 26 as Confederate '
Memorial Day, and each year, Georgia's governor can -
and usually does proclaim April as Confederate History
month. SB 283 would designate April as Confederate
History and Heritage Month permanently. Several other
Southern states, such as Texas and Virginia, recognize April
as Confederate History Month in some manner.


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Recent Defense Department statistics show that the number of black active-duty enlisted
personnel has declined 14.percent since 2000, despite increased financial bonuses,
The decrease is particularly acute for the services doing most of the fighting in Iraq: The
number of black enlisted soldiers has dropped by 19 percent and the number of black enlist-
ed Marines has fallen by 26 percent in the same period.
While public opinion polls show that the war in Iraq has grown increasingly unpopular
with the American people, opposition to the war among blacks is even stronger.
According to a recent CBS News poll, 65 percent of Americans disapproved of the way
President Bush is handling the war. That figure dipped to 61 percent among white voters,
and shot up to 89 percent among blacks.
Even in the area near Fort Bragg, N.C., where serving in uniform is a family tradition,
the drop in Army enlistment by blacks from 2000 to 2005 matches the national average.
Kashonda Leycock is the daughter of a soldier, and the 17-year-old has been a member
of the Junior ROTC at Westover High School for more than two years.
She joined to prove to her parents and herself she could do it not because she wants
to join the military. She doesn't. Her primary objection is the war in Iraq.
"Why are we fighting?" Leycock asked. "Nobody has really said why the war is still
going on. I don't think it should be going on because it's not solving anything. None of my
people want to go there."
The lack of support for the war by blacks in uniform or not is striking. A poll of
Cumberland County residents, commissioned last year by The Fayetteville Observer,
showed that 69 percent of whites said the war in Iraq was worth the costs. Only 19 percent
of blacks agreed.
The survey, conducted between March 31 and April 18, found that 71 percent of whites
with military ties believed the Iraq war was worth fighting, but only 21 percent of blacks
with military ties.
Curtis Gilroy, who works on recruiting issues for the Department of Defense, said that
sentiment has been noticed nationwide and with concern. "We want to make sure all
recruits see the military as a viable career option. But we also understand the reservations
that individuals might have," he said.
He noted the influence of adults such as parents, teachers and ministers on young people
- and how their opposition to the war would make them less likely to recommend a mili-
tary career.
"Mothers, in particular within the black community, play a more prominent role and are
far less likely to recommend military service," Gilroy said.
Despite the declines, the percentage of blacks in the military continues to exceed the per-
centage in the U.S. population. Nineteen percent of the military's active-duty enlisted force
is black, compared to 13 percent of the country's population.

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The red car driven by Timothy was in the process of going through the railroad intersec-
tion when it was struck by a northbound Amtrak passenger train and then by a CSX freight
train that was headed in a southbound direction. The vehicle was carried several hundred
feet in a northbound direction from the intersection.
Neighbors believe the arms should be longer so that vehicle travelers would not be
tempted to go around them when the trains in view, appear to be sitting or moving slowly.
CSX officials stated that a complete investigation will be instituted to seek safety answers.
The Amtrak Silver Star had just left the Jacksonville terminal heading to New York with
254 passengers when it struck the vehicle. None of the passengers were injured.

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was found near the county airport, miles away from the patch of dense woods close to the
trailer park where investigators were led to believe the boy had been buried.
Christopher lived with his father in a neighborhood of about 50 mobile homes along a
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home. One of his toys, a Star Wars lightsaber, was found beside the road.
George David Edenfield, a mentally slow 32-year-old man who lived with his parents
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children. Police said he admitted playing a role in Christopher's disappearance, but they
would not be more specific.
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first denied knowing anything about the boy's disappearance, then later said they knew he
had been abducted, authorities said.
The same charges were brought against a fourth suspect, Donald Dale. Police said he.told
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Council and the Florida Legislature.
Her experience could be used when
so manyo other council members are
leaving due to term limits.

"...Mlellow is not an adjective
normal ascribed to Lee, but she
has learned how to work across
the political aisle in the Florida
Legislature. While on the City
Council, she was deeply involved in
the Gateway Shopping Center, the
First Tee golf center at Brentwood. the
Ritz Theatre and the Badham-Brooks
library. She understands Jacksonville
histoLr and was mentored by one
of the giants of consolidation,
Councilwoman Sallye Maths."
- Florida 77nw%- Union, Alarch 12, 20(07


Dear District 8 Voters,

Our friend E. Denise Lee is running for City Council in District 8, and we're writing to ask you to vote for her
this Tuesday, March 20th.

Choosing a council representativefor our area of the city is a crucial decision. We need a voice on the Council
who will effectively serve all the people in this district. Denise will provide such leadership. Her two decades of
elected public service experience along with her work in the private sector has provided her the well-rounded
background needed to understand the issues and challenges facing our community and city.

Denise served 17years on the City Council and four in the Florida House ofRepresentatives, She knows the
issues that are important to our community, and she knows how to get things done. That's why almost every group
that has reviewed the candidates in this race has concluded that Denise is the right choice.

Please join us on Tuesday, March 20, in votingfor E. Denise Leefor City Council, District 8. Thank you for
your consideration.


We Support E. Denise Lee


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Rev.
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Rev. Darryl GilyardRe


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Rev. George Price
Rev. James Sampson
Rev. J. Halyard
Rev. Ernest Griffin.
Rev. John Allen Newman
Rev. Perry Robinson
Rev. Michael Jackson
Rev. Bernard E. Wright Jr.
Pastor Elder Lee Harris


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EARLY LEARNING COALITION OF DUVAL, INC.
A Florida not-for-profit corporation established pursuant to the School Readiness Act
Section 411.01, Florida Statutes
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Solicitation # RFP-ELCD-CFT-0708
SEPT. 10, 2007 JUNE 30, 2008
DEADLINE TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2007 5:00 P.M.
SUMMARY OF RFP PROCESS
What is the purpose of this proposal?
CFT Initiative (Parents as Child's First Teacher) A Parent Education and Family Involvement initiative for which
solicitations are made by the Early Learning Coalition of Duval, hereinafter referred to as 'the Coalition', is intend-
ed to do the following:
*Engage parents who receive school readiness services, to be full participants in the early learning experiences
of their children, through a series of monthly workshops and training to be held at public and / or other organi-
zation locations (no home visitations), and distribution of newsletters with parenting tips and parent-child activi-
ties;
*Offer guidance and training in family involvement to about 50 providers who offer school readiness services as
part of the Coalition's Quality Rating System;
*Meet the requirements of Florida Statute 411.01 (4) (o).
Florida Statute 411,01 requires Agency for Workforce innovation to work with the early learning coalitions to
increase parents' training for and involvement in their 'iihkcI.r: preschool education.
Who may apply?
Organizations with experience and expertise in parent education and family involvement for sc hoo rerid n~.-s orn-
grams may apply. Certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to participate in any Solicitation
Meetings that are held. Attendance at the Solicitation Meeting is not required for acceptance of proposals,
Full information about the proposal will be available on theweb site www.elcofduval.org on or before Friday, March
16, 2007.
How much funding is available?
Maximum of $225,000 will be provided by Early Learning Coalition of Duval.
How long is the grant period?
Sept. 10, 2007 to June 30, 2008. Renewal will depend on successful completion of deliverables, achievement of
outcomes, and ability to provide evidence or data of program I initiative success.
How many applications will be funded?
Only one organization will be funded to provide services for CFT initiative.
What is the deadline for the proposal?
Tuesday, May 29, 2007 at 5:00 p.m.
What are the evaluation criteria?
Evaluation is based on price, applcali n completion, staffing, program design, experience and responsiveness to
special requirements. The Selection Committee will recommend a proposed contract or rejection of all proposals
to the Coalition. The'final decision regarding a contract is vested with the Coalition, acting in its business and pro-
fessional judgment and its sole and absolute discretion. The Coalition has the authority to reject the Committee's
recommendation, select another proposal, request interviews by the full Coalition or anything the Coalition, in its
discretion, determines to be in the Coalition's best interest. The final decision is vested in the Coalition, acting in
its sole and absolute discretion.
The Coalition reserves the right to reject any proposals.
When will the final contract be approved?
Board Meeting Wednesday, August 29, 2007 at 12:00 noon
Who is the primary contact at the Coalition for this proposal?
Padma Rajan, Director of Programs
How will inquiries or questions be addressed?
All questions must be submitted in writing via email to Padma Rajan, Director of Programs at
prajan@elcofduval.org and copied to Susan Main, Executive Director smain@elcofduval.org No telephone
inquiries will be addressed.
SECTION II: SCHEDULE OF EVENTS AND TIMELINE
Date Time Activities/Events
March 19, 2007 N/A RFP Issued and Advertised
March 26, 2007 5:00 p.m. Notice of Intent to Submit an Application to be received by the Coalition
April 9, 2007 5:00 p.m. All written inquiries to be received by the Coalition
April 16, 2007 10 a.m. Solicitation Question and Answer Meeting
April 27, 2007 5:00 p.m. Coalition's written responses to inquiries, sent to all Proposers who file a Notice of
Intent to Submit an Application
May 29, 2007 5:00 p.m. Sealed Applications must be received by the Coalition
May 30, 2007 1:00 p.m. Public opening of Proposals
May 31, 2007 N/A Evaluation of proposals, meetings) of evaluation committee
June 27, 2007 12:00 noon Evaluation presentation and recommendation to Coalition for vote to commence nego-
tiations.
July 16. 2007 N/A Notification of intent to negotiate posted in local newspapers
July 17, 2007 N/A Negotiations initiated
July 25, 2007 N/A Negotiations completed
August 29, 2007 12 noon Coalition meets to approve Contract(s)
Sept. 10, 2007 N/A Contract performance begins
June 30, 2008 Contract deliverables completed
August 31, 2008 Monitoring results of deliverables provided and contract ends
*Certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to participate in any Solicitation Meetings that are held.
"Attendhnce at the Solicitation Meeting is not required for acceptance of proposals.
Contact Person: The contact person for proposers/potential contractors is:
Padma Rajan, Director of Programs
Early Learning Coalition of Duval
6850 Belfort Oaks Place, Suite 102, Jacksonville, FL 32216
(904) 208-2040, ext. 202
Email prajan@elcofduval.org


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Jackie Brown (Democrat) Born in Jackson\ iille in 1964 While in high school. she
r Swas a member of fixe social clubs, and recie'ed a basketball scholarslup to college.
After college, Jackie accepted a position as an administrative assistant. She quickly\
learned all aspects of the bus-iness and xxorked her \\ai from data entri clerk to man-
agement. She then managed her family 's construction business, and rex enues increased
fi-om $75,000 to over $5 million \\ ithin three year-. Once Jackie successhill, conquered
the business world, she became politically acti e Her succe,,s in business, her conunit-
mnent to her community and her dedication x\ill make her a most effect e leader.
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/John Pe3 ton (Republican) As Nlayor of Jackson ille. 1 ha'e w worked to grow our econ-
/om\ and create jobs for the people of this city. I ha\ e made an unprecedented commitment
to public safety, putting additional police officers on the street and pro\ hiding equipment. pe r-
sonnel and facilities to support both law\ enforcement and our fire and rescue department I
have taken significant steps to manage gro\ th. made impro\ ing earl\ Iteracy and education
top pnonties: and streamlined our go eminent in order to pro, ide the best customer service
at the low est possible cost There are challenges still to be faced, especially in the areas of
education. grow,-th management and finding real solutions to the problem of violent crime.
but I'm confident that \e can meet those challenges successfully
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Robert J. Harms (Democrat)- A Jacksonville
business owner, and resident of this city since 1975. I am
well acquainted with issues facing this city. I hold a bach-
elor's degree in biology and a master's in psychology. My
sons and six grandchildren are the most important things in
my life. My concern for their future motivated me to enter
\this race.
Theresa Graham (Republican) Theresa has a.
master's degree in Psychology. This June graduating
with a PhD in Psychology. Is currently a Realtor with
Weichert Realtors 1st Coast Theresa resides in her At
Large Group 2 territory with her husband of 12 years, their
four children and their Golden Retriever.

Jay Jabour (Republican) The owner of Karl's
Clothiers, Jay is a respected, successful businessman
who is supported by the Jacksonville Assoc. of Firefighters
and several other associations. A Jacksonville resident
since 1986, Jay and his wife, have two children. They
attend San Jose Catholic Church.


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JERRY HOLLAND
DUVAL COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS

We support Jerry Holland our
Supervisor of Elections...
"The Supervisor of Elections has listened to our needs and responded
to our suggestions. He expanded early voting and is working on
having a paper trail for the Presidential elections. Please vote to
keep Jerry Holland Supervisor of Elections. He is the best person."
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. died in order that ALL Americans have a
right to vote. It is important to have accountability and clarity in the
Supervisor of Elections office to guarantee that each vote is
counted and that each vote counts ............

Councilwoman Gwen Yates
Carlton Jones
Ray Alfred
Baptist MIhisters Conference Duval & Adjacent Counties
North Florida Building Construction Trade Council
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Plumbers -. Steamfitters Local Union 234
Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 435
Irnornvorkers Local Union 597
Pastor Reginald L. Gundy
Wayne Hogan
Democratic Executive Chair Tiavis Bridges


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Z Cheryl Donelan Grymes (Republican) I served
two terms on the School Board. I am the Executive
Director of the Alliance for World Class Education and
work to improve our public education system.Graduate of
UNF with a B.S. in Communications and earned an Exec.
Nonprofit Management Certificate from Georgetown
University. I am married with four daughters, two sons
and one grandson.
Clay Yarborough (Republican) Employee of
UPS, worked to put myself through UNF for a business
degree, currently earning a Master's degree in business. In
2000, I was elected to the Soil and Water Conservation
Board and, in 2001, I was appointed by the Mayor to the
Arlington Citizens Advisory Committee and still serve
today. I also serve on Sheriff Rutherford's Advisory
Council.

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/ Dave Baldwin (Democrat) I believe in fair, hon-\
est government that treats everyone the same, no matter
where you live or how wealthy you are. I believe the best
jobs are with companies that choose to be here because this
is a great place to live and work, not those that have to be
bribed to come here. I believe every dollar invested in our
community, on a neighborhood park or library or fixing a
sidewalk, is a dollar well spent. -

/Bill Bishop (Republican) Bill is a principal at
Akel, Logan, Shafer, Architects and Planners. Has bach-
elors and masters degrees in architecture and business
administration. Served as Vice President of JaxPride and is
a former board member of JCCI. He served on the
Economic Development Advisory Committee for the
Downtown Jacksonville Master Plan and on the Mayor's
SDowntown Green committee.
Jay Olchak (Democrat) Citizenship for me-has
included serving as six-term president of the Ashton
Park Homeowners Association, being a member of the
City Planning and Advisory Committee, the Greater
Arlington Civic Council as well as the Craig Airfield
Advisory Committee. I am also four-term chairman of the
Sheriff's Advisory Commission. Together we can take a
city of incredible promise and make it a role model for
the nation.


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/George Banks (Republican) As a previous
Jacksonville CIty Councilman (1995-99). I ha\e the
experience to serve immediately without a learning curve.
I was twice honored with the Charles Webb Award for
most effective councilman. I ha\ e the endorsements of the
Jacksonville Firefighters and the First Coast NManuf.
Assoc. We must improve our literacy and graduation
rates. Married 23 years, have two daughters.
Don Redman (Republican) I spent 4 \ears in the
Nav-. at Cecil Field and on a destroyer out of lMaport.
Since receiving an Honorable Discharge. I'\e run a small
business, serving others for over 40 years. My \wife and I
have 5 children who attended local schools in District 4
and all graduated from Englew\ood High School. As your
City Council Representative. I \wll be accessible and
responsive to the people of this conmmunir\
/Earl Johnson (Republican) Puting neighborhoods at /
the forefront has been the focus for me in this grassroots
campaign because I know that we are all concerned about
making the quality of our community better. I'm a third
generation native of Jacksonville. I worked my way
through law school and I returned to my hometown to
raise our two wonderful children. Served on several com-
mittees, including; Crime Stoppers, Hubbard House;
Jacksonville Community Council, to name a few.
Linda Storey (Democrat) I am qualified and
ready to serve all of the citizen's of Jacksonville! I have
a Masters Degree in administration/supervision and
design management. I have been a resident of Jacksonville
for over 30 years and I am a graduate from our public
schools. I have successfully worked to protect and improve
communities, organized letter writing campaigns and am
an officer in Interfaith Council of Jacksonville.



Leslie A. Goller (Democrat) An attorney, an advo-
cate for people and their rights: I make sure that laws
are enforced and if laws are not just. \works to hae them
corrected. A member of the Environ Protection Board,
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid Board member and
President, election attorney, advocate for our local Tree
Ordinance and Sien Ordinance, and ad ocate for the St.
Johns River.
/Art Shad (Republican) I barred inappropriate
growth such as the condominium development on
Baymeadow\ s Golf Course. I sponsored tax relief for mil-
itar- families, earned endorsements from the Fraternal
Order of Police. Jacksonmille Firefiehters. NE Florida
Realtors. Builders Asso,.. and CofC hM wife and I have
3 sons I am a IUNF graduate. a Marine Corps veteran of
the Persian Gulf War, and currently I am a First Vice
President Investments at Wacho\ ia Securities.

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Carolyn Anderson I believe that if you Lwork as hard
as 'ou can, you will surprise yourself as to what you can
accomplish. As a single parent. I successfully raised two
children. NM decision to run was based on over 40 years
of supporting District 7 I %wll focus on our Community
and Economic De\elopment, Quality of Life for Seniors,
and Safer Neighborhoods
Kenneth Arnold (Democrat) A resident of
Jacksonv ille, military veteran and graduated from public
school. I am currently working as a manager in the non-
profit sector. I hate a Bachelor Degree in Health Care
Administration and a Master Degree in Business Admin.
NMarried for more than 14 vrs with 3 children.
Dr. Johnny A. Gaffne (Democrat) Exper. in
banking. education, research, business, comm and econ
de% and skills of running a branch of Barnett Bank.
Graduated from Ribault HS. a B.S. in PR from the Umv of
FL. MN S Degrees in Mlgmt. and Business from Webster
Univ. and a Doctorate of Education, from Nova S.E.Univ
in Organizational Leadership. I am a Univ of Phoenix
'Professor, familiar with business and social issues.7
r ~I.rvin "'PeDro" Cohen (Democrat) I hear and share
..' man\ of the concerns of my fellow\ citizens. Therefore, I
ask you to lend me not only your ear. but to lend me your
collective voice and we will work to address and resolve
1!? those issues that matter most to our collecnve community.
"I refuse to allow the possibility of failing to stop me from
trymig."
MIartha C. Pellino (Democrat) Spent the last 10 yrs as
a volunteer in Jacksonv ille for a more diverse and vibrant
conununity. As a leader in the effort to increase local
policing to thwart robberies, drug dealing, and violent
crime, I will continue to promote public safety. I've
worked with elected officials and community leaders to
promote equality and peace in our City. /


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Charles Hutcherson (Republican) I am present-
ly employed as a Project Nlgr. for an Eng. Planning
firm here in Jacksonville with 22 years of professional
experience. 1 am also a U.S. Army veteran \who has been
living in Mandarin for over 20 years with my wife and
our son. Nly experience has earned me the endorsement
of State Representative Jennifer Carroll and many other
distinctive ci\ ic and business leaders in our city.
Sean Reichard (Republican) I am a second-gen-
eration Jacksonville native and a successful self-made
business owner. I am pres. of Reichard Staffing. Inc. I
chair my Rotary Club's youth mentonng program and
helped with oouth mentoring at The Bridge of NE Florida
and Jacksonville Junior Achievement. IMy conunitment
have earned me the endorsements in the Fraternal Order
of Police. the firefighters' assoc.. the CofC's.
Jack \Vebb (Republican) Since my \\ife and I
established our home in Mandarin with our three chil-
dren, we have grown to appreciate the historical signifi-
cance and physical beauty of our community. I will make
certain that we are provided the resources to make crime
a rare exception rather than a disappointing rule, will
\work to maintain access to the St. Johns River and
Julington Crk. I will promote and provide access to city
go% ernment to ALL of NMandann's residents.






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I am grateful for the trust you have placed in me and
honored to have served as your mayor for the past
four years.
I am asking for your support in order to continue the work
we have begun together. There are challenges to be faced,
but I am confident that we can meet those challenges successfully.


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written by two of Jacksonville's most famous residents James Weldon Johnson and John
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together. Thank you for the. opportunity to serve as your mayor.


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The Race for Sheriff


Dale Carson (Democrat) I come from a rich tradition
of service to Jacksonville. My father, Dale Carson, was
sheriff for 28 years. My mother, Dr. Doris Carson, is a
leader in women's rights. I grew up in Jacksonville. I grad-
uated from The Bolles School and St. Andrews
Presbyterian College. I am uniquely qualified to lead the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office: I was a Dade County police
officer; railroad detective; FBI special agent; and private
investigator. I also taught as an FBI police instructor at the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Academy.

Reggie Da is (Democrar) I am Reginald Da\is. Ph.D.
N M friends call me Reggle and so can \ou. I ha\e been a
la,, enforcement ol'licer for lb ears. and mo.t of that time
\ ih the Jackson ille Sheriff'. ( Oflice. I'm a graduate of St.
Thoma;n Bible College \\e need a leader ho ~i ill make this
city safe from the violencee in our street-; ~here innocent
children have lost their lies-. I \ ill continue to v.alk through
communities and talk to homeo\v ner.s business o"\ ners and
our children. Let's make .lackson\ ille safe auain.
The Race for Supervisor of
Jerry Holland (Republican) As your Supervisor of
Elections, I am the only candidate with elections experience.
SI hla\e achieved the qualifications needed to become Duval
Counts'S onli active State Certified Super\ isor of Flections.
That experience has produced elections \k ith a higher le\el of
j securir in order to protect \our \ote. \We ha\e gone into our
schools teaching our young people the importance of outing ,
Registering o~er 8.500 students in less than a \ear. A graduate
of LNF \ ith a Niasters Degree in Education. /


John H. Rutherford
(Republican) A 32-year career
veteran of the Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office, John H.
Rutherford was elected Sheriff in
2003. Focusing on its "core coni-
petency" of fighting crime in a
21 st century environment,
Rutherford implemented the
LEAN management concept;
secured millions of federal dollars
for the region; and created Operation Safe Streets, a multi-
agency effort directed at gun crime and violent criminals.
Married to his high school sweetheart, have 2 married chil-
dren and 3 grandchildren. A graduate of Florida State
University.





Elections
Suzanne Jenkins (Republican) I have success-
fully served on the Jacksonville City Council two terms,
where I earned the reputation as a dedicated, respected and
trusted public servant. As an eight-year member of the
Jacksonville City Council and former Executive Director
of JaxPride, I know the cornerstone to our democracy is
the trust we put in our Supervisor of Elections. I know how
the election system should work, the rules and the impor-
tance of fiscal responsibility


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E. Denise Lee (Democrat) Democrat L. Deiise n -
Lee has more than 20 years of elected public sen ice
experience on the Jacksonville Ciry Council and in the
Florida House of Representati\es as \well as appointed
service on the Jacksonville Ci\ l Service Board. Her effec-
tive service brought more than $37 million worth of pub-
lic n ork. recreation and housing projects for her district.
She improved neighborhoods. roads and drainage.
L. Jerome Spates (Democrat) Serving in law%%
enforcement for almost 40 yrs in Jackson\ ille gi\es me a
unique prospective on the problems facing our community.
The issues I plan to focus on include crime prevention. .
--enhancing educational opportunities, creating jobs and sup- 'Count On Me, I Care"
porting youth mentoring and training programs. My goal is *
to bring City Council back to the people and make myself ** CAROLYN
available to you for your needs. ** ANDERSON
Rebecca Balkcom Zeigler (Democrat) Graduate --_- ---
of Stanton HS. I received my BS in Education and my FOR CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 7
MA in Human Res Dev. I served as chief of staff in the FL *p STRAIGHT TALK on Issues
Legislature and I'm a veteran of the US Army. Founder of
an outreach program where we provide homework assis- RESPONSIVE to Problems
tance, food, and adult services. Most interested in public
safety, assisting Jacksonville schools, job opport. and HONEST Representation
econ dev, trans, housing, and HIV/AIDS epidemic.
S 0- g PROFESSIONAL Leadership


/Ayesha Covington (Democrat) An employee of
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of FL for the last seven years.
I am a single mother with 2 teenage daughters. I have been
actively involved in my community for several years, sern-
ing in numerous leadership positions with my most recent
as Pres. of Brooklyn Neighborhood Assoc. I know that
with your support we can turn our city around.
Carrie Davis (Democrat) Ensuring that every cit-
izen is informed and has access to quality housing, safe"
playgrounds and healthy comm has resulted in millions of
dollars of improvements in neighborhoods such as Pine
Forest, Grand Park, North Riverside, Lakeshore, Myrtle
Ave. You can Count on me to improve access to public
Strains, to address envir issues such as ash sites and the
smell of sewer treatment plants.
Fred Engness (Republican) I attended public
schools in west Jacksonville. I am a manager at Family
Dollar Store. I served 4 years in the US Army during the
Kosovo Conflict and Iraq War. I was honorably discharged
in 2003. While in the Army, I earned a Bacheldrs Degree in
Business Management from the University of Maryland.
oSince returning home, I have been active in the comm.

Warren Anthony Jones (Democrat) Married with'
one son, we reside in the Paxon/Woodstock area. After
graduating from Eugene J. Butler Jr/Senior HS, I enrolled
in The Univ of FL where I earned a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Political Science. I was elected to the
Jacksonville City Council in 1979 and served until 1999. I
was elected to serve as Council Pres 2 consecutive terms.

/ Jimmy Midyette, Jr. (Democrat) I attended pub-\
lic schools. As a Mayoral appointee and in my work with"
nonprofit and community groups, I have been involved in
solving the problems that we face today. I became a Legal
Aid lawyer to improve the lives of working people and to
make sure that everyone has a fair shot at succeeding in
life. As an attorney, I've fought to protect our right to
vote and made sure that our votes are counted.


Carolyn Anderson has lived in City Council
District 7 For 40 Years, and knows the
concerns of residents and problems of the
community. She also has a proven track
record of caring about her community,
having helped hundreds of families become
homeowners as an analyst for Jacksonville's
Slousing and Neighborhoods Department.

4 Endorsed by >
*Honorable Pat Lockett-Felder,
District 7 Incumbent Council Member
*Jacksonville Brotherhood of Police Officers



Carolyn will work for:
* Safer neighborhoods by closely
working with JSO, Churches, and
schools.
* Equitable economic development
throughout Jacksonville and especially
underserved communities.
* Better healthcare for residents by
connecting services to neighborhoods.
*Affordable home ownership by
increasing knowledge of grants and
subsidy programs.
"Count On Me, I Care!"
(904) 757-6907
carolynanderson2007@yahoo com


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/ Dick Berry (Republican) I attended school and
college right here in Jacksonville. I was employed by the"
Fed Reserve Bank for 43 yrs. I also was a member of the
FL Army Nat'l Guard for 35 years and retired as a
Command Sgt Major E-9. Married for 49 years. I have
served on numerous City commissions and boards,
reporting to both the Mayor and the City Council.
/Jack Daniels (Republican) I don't like the out-of-.
control residential growth bringing us traffic congestion,
over crowded schools and higher taxes. I'll stop wasteful
city spending and make conservative city budgets making
unnecessary tax increase. I'll improve education by sup-
porting more schools built and the most qualified teachers
\ hired. I have a Master's Degree in Police Admin.
/Frank Hardin (Republican) I just retired from
the City of Jacksonville, where I worked as Code
Enforcement Inspector. Before that I was a Real Estate
Broker for 12 yrs. I am an Air Force veteran. Married for
- 44 yrs and have 3 grown children and 6 grandchildren. I
am most interested in lowering taxes and to insure that we
have new parks and libraries in our district. I also want
to lead the fight to clean up the St John's River.
Tom Harris (Republican) My wife and I have 4
sons and 3 grandchildren living in this district. I attend-
ed public schools here, served in the USMCR, was
employed by a major Utility Co., and served as pres. of the
Machinist Union. I share your concerns on taxes, rescue,
fire, and safety. The most important issues to me are our
children'family involvement together, and the use of taxes
\ 'or all infrastructure needs of Jacksonville.


SElouise Saunders Bolden (Democrat) I have 3
children and 3 grandchildren. History of community
involvement and activism. A certified behavioral techni-
cian. understand the lives of Jacksonville's disadvantaged
and underprivileged. Advocate for mental health and
employment of felons, activist for the homeless, board
member for the Jak Bridge, graduate of CommUniverCity
and Citizen's Police Training Academy.
Valveta Turner (Democrat) I was born 60 yrs ago
on Morgan Street. I earned my Doctorate Degree in
Educational Leadership Admin from FL State University. I
am founder and president of Optimum Health and Well-
Being, Inc. I am a Notary Public, past Commissioner, City
of Jacksonville Charter Revision Commission, participant,
Jacksonville Community Council, Inc. (JCCI) study/



Mia Jones (Democrat) Jones has served as
Comm Chair for Rules and Econ, Comm & Internt'l Dev,
the Jacksonville Econ Dev Committee and on the Election
Canvassing Board. Currently serving her 2nd term as the
2nd Vice Pres for the FL Black Caucus of Local Elected
Officials, Chair of the ,FL League of Cities Home Rule
Admin Council and she is a member of the Leagues 2006
Legislative Committee.
James Evans Muhammad (Democrat) An edu-
cator, commitment and willingness to take on tough
issues are Leadership qualities I bring to our community. I
have taken a leadership role in crime prevention to improve
public safety by working with other community leaders to
resolve injustices. Services for the poor and elderly are top
q priorities, along with small business dev and summer
Semnlovment opportunities for our youth. /


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/Ra) Holt (Republican) I hai e the experience',
education and energy to make our community's future
brighter. A Master's Degree in Public Admin and on-the-
job experience in city planning and budgeting. A pub-
lisher of North Jax Monthly, a comm newspaper.
Ray Pringle (Republican) Important issues in my
campaign are safe, clean neighborhoods, good jobs for
our families and cleaning up the St. Johns River. I am
endorsed by both Fraternal Order of Police organizations
in Jacksonville and Sheriff Seagraves because of my
understanding that safety and security for our residents
must be Jacksonville's number one priority. Jacksonville
is a great place to live but we can make it better.
Michael Saylor (Republican) 34 years of man-
agement experience and public service in Jacksonville.
In my private career I worked on numerous Jacksonville
projects, including planning for Cecil Field Redevel and
designing Alltel Stadium and the Vets' Memorial Coliseum.
I have balanced my career with public serv. I served as
chair of the Jacksonville Planning Comm.
Bob Taylor (No Party Affiliation) City
Government must work more closely with the School
Board. Development that creates the need for new Schools
and Emergency Serv should provide both the land and the
facilities, find ways to lower Taxes, protecting our Environ
and protecting those of us that are in need.



Daniel Davis (Republican)


Arthur L. Graham (Republican)


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Michael Corrigan (Republican) I have been
honored to serve our community for the. last four years.
I have worked every day to ensure that our streets are safe.
I have worked hard to make certain that roads are paved,
parks are enhanced and our quality of life continues to
be everything it should be.


/James '"Jinm" Minion (Democral (GiadUlied\
from Fletcher High in 19%6 and attended UNF and Santa
Fe Comm. College. Married with one daughter. I continued
my comm service with involvement in city planning, men-
toring at Children's Enrichment Workshop, and Chairing
the School Advisory Council at W.' Riverside Elem. I
served on the Blueprint for Prosperity Comm, was appoint-
\ed to the City Council's Elections Advisory Panel.

/Dave Siebert (Republican) I have been involved
/with political issues every since the school bus issue. My
biggest concerns are helping the small businessman, the
regular working man and senior citizens. Quality of life
issues like transportation, recreation and how few ameni-
ties a senior citizen's budget can afford have deteriorated
t an alarming rate every year for twenty years.


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* Enhancing Educational Opportunities
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* Supporting Youth Mentoring and Training

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North Florida Building and Construction Trades
Fraternal Order of Police



VOTE Jerome Spates, City ConcilDistrict 8
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for the
March 20, 2007
ELECTION
Early Voting Ends
Sunday March 18, 2007
in DUVAL COUNTY at the following site

The Supervisor of Elections Main Office, 105 East Monroe Str
Argyle Library, 7973 Old Middleburg Road South, JacF
Beaches Library, 600 3rd Street, Neptune Beac
Bradham-Brooks Northwest Library, 1755 Edgewood Avenue '
Graham Library, 2304 North Myrtle Avenue, Jackso
Highlands Library, 1826 Dunn Avenue, Jacksonvi
Mandarin Library, 3330 Kori Road, Jacksonvill
Murray Hill Library, 918 Edgewood Avenue South, Jaci
Pablo Creek Regional Library, 13295 Beach Blvd., Jac
Regency Square Library, 9900 Regency Square Blvd., Ja
Southeast Library, 10599 Deerwood Park Blvd., Jack'
South Mandarin Library, 12125 San Jose Blvd., Jack;
University Park Library, 3435 University Blvd. North, Ja(
Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd Street, Jacks
West Regional Library, 1425 Chaffee Road South, Jac

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Former JSO Patrolman

Pleads Not-Guilty in Court
Former Jacksonville Sheriffs Office patrolman John
Hairston went before a judge last Monday to answered
charges that he stole cash from police evidence and from
suspected drug dealers. He is also charged with lying to fed-
eral investigators.
Hairston used a crutch going into'the federal courthouse
for his arraignment. He had been arrested last Thursday
after JSO called in the FBI to set up a sting operation that
allegedly trapped Hairston.
Investigators said they planted money in a car as part of
their undercover investigation and Hairston stole it. He
resigned shortly after being relieved of his duties and was
suspended without pay and booked into the Duval County
Jail.
In federal court, Hairston pleaded not guilty to the
charges against him.
Hairston is scheduled to return to federal court in May.
If convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison and fines.


The Little Rock Nine
In September 1957, nine African-American
students enrolled in Central High School,
successfully integrating the Little Rock
School system and securing their place in
history as the Little Rock Nine. The story
garnered national attention as a milestone in
public education and an important event in
the civil rights movement. In 1999, a non-
profit organization dedicated to principles of
excellence in education for young people of
color was established.
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Wireless; Words of Wi
In celebration of Black History Month and the 50th
anniversary of the Little Rock Nine's integration of Central
High School in Little Rock, Ark., Alltel Wireless and Dr.
Maya Angelou today announced the second annual "Words
of Wisdom: Lessons in Courage" essay contest. The contest
challenges students at participating Historically Black
Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the country to
use their knowledge of civil rights history to enact change by
addressing the following topic, "Fifty years ago, the Little
Rock Nine personified courage and spirit. Today, how will
you?"
"Young people have a fresh perspective on history and
what it can teach us about the world we live in today," said
Regiia Woziwodzki, director of segment marketing for
Alltel Wireless. "We are proud to provide students a forum
through our Words of Wisdom: Lessons in Courage essay
contest to share their-unique insights on our world and what
they feel the future holds for us."
Nine grand prize winners will each receive a $5,000
scholarship to a participating HBCU institution as well as a
trip to Little Rock where they will receive their scholarship
during a special reception with Dr. Angelou at the Clinton
Library. A tenth $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to the
Little Rock Nine Foundation in celebration of the 50th
anniversary of the landmark integration event.
"A half century ago, the Little Rock Nine (see sidebar)
broke down barriers to better their education. 1 am proud to
be a part of a program that encourages young people to learn
from the hardships of those students and use their courage to
create change in their own lives," said Dr. Angelou. "I glad-
ly support Alltel's commitment to the education of African-
American students across the country."
Maya Angelou is considered by many to be a National


;dom Essay Contest
Treasure. By the time she was in her early twenties, Maya
Angelou had been a Creole cook, a streetcar conductor, a
cocktail waitress, a dancer, a madam, and an unwed mother.
The following decades saw her emerge as a successful
singer, actress, and playwright, an editor for an English-lan-
guage magazine in Egypt, a lecturer and civil rights activist,
and a popular
author of five col-
lections of poetry
and five autobi-
ographies. In 1993
Angelou gave a
moving reading of
her poem "On the
Pulse of Morning"
at Bill Clinton's
presidential inau-
guration, an occa-
sion that gave her
.wide recognition.
Maya Angelou
is hailed as one of
the great voices of
contemporary
black literature.
and as a remarkable
Renaissance
woman. She began producing books, after some notable
friends, including author James Baldwin, heard Angelou's
stories of her childhood spent shuttling between rural, segre-
gated Stamps, Arkansas, where her devout grandmother ran
a general store, and St. Louis, Missouri, where her worldly,
glamorous mother lived.


I am grateful for the trust you have placed
in me and honored to have served as your

mayor for the past four years.


RE-ELECT


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I am asking for your support in order to

continue the work we have begun together. There are challenges to be faced,

but I am confident that we can meet those challenges successfully.

I am motivated by the powerful words of Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing, the
inspiring anthem written by two of Jacksonville's most famous residents

James Weldon Johnson and John Rosemond Johnson.

I look forward to working with you each day to continue the progress we
have made together. Thank you for the opportunity to serve as your mayor.


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our sexual affairs and has caused so much drama. I'm concerned
about them but my husband is taking things pretty hard and feels
he'll never trust me again. How do I repair this damage?
Embarrassed Katie Wichita Falls, TX

Dear Katie:
You should've honored your vows instead of running behind your girlfriends. The first thing
is to forgive yourself and seek forgiveness from God. From that point, confess to your hus-
band, and ask him to forgive you and to work with you to fix the marriage. You have violat-
ed your husbands honor and his heart. You both should be open minded to professional coun-
seling. In the future, if you do dirty things, do them alone so that your secrets won't be
released.
****************
Dear Deanna!
My boyfriend has been promoted to a great management position on his job. However, with
his promotion he is becoming arrogant and rude. I never thought of calling him a snob but
that is the direction my thoughts are heading. He has become rude, condescending and looks
down on people. He hasn't changed towards me but I don't like this new side of him. As he
acquires more money, a new car and possessions he gets worse. How do 1 address this issue?
Tina Chicago, IL

Dear Tina:
Your boyfriend has neyer had anything of great value and now that he's getting a few things
he's losing his mind. This man has always been this way but you never noticed because you're
intimate with him. Money is giving him a false sense of security, and he feels he can do any-
thing. You need to bring his actions to his attention and how he is making people feel. You
need to do this soon, because you'll be his next target and like his car, you will be traded.
****************
Dear Deanna!
I'm a recently divorced grandmother enjoying the single life. My husband of 30-years left me
for a younger woman. I don't regret the situation and knew that he cheated during most of our
marriage. I'm dating and things are great. My adult sons don't mind my new lifestyle, but my
daughters are giving me problems. They want me to live as an old grandmother. I look good
for my age and want to know how to I convince my daughters to let me live my life.
Sexy Grandma Online-Reader

Dear Grandma:
You're grown enough to pay your own bills, mind your personal affairs and live without your
daughters henpecking you to death. You need to set them straight and tell them to mind their
business. Yes, they're concerned because you're their mom, with a motherly image but you
need a life. Assure them that you're making good decisions, feeling good about yourself and
you prefer to live than sit down, grow old and bore yourself to death.

Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write- Ask Deanna! Email:
askdeannal@yahoo.com or write: Deanna M., 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly
Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.askdeanna.com.


Addicted To Being In A Hurry
Computers, cell phones and cars have 'liberated' us to
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In a hurry to get rid of the UPS man, who is in a hurry. In a hurry to an appointment made
a month ago. In a hurry to park. In a hurry to go to church and in a hurry to get home.
In a hurry to get to the airport and in a hurry to land. In a hurry waiting for the eleva-
tor and in a hurry to get off the elevator. In a hurry to get dinner and in a hurry to eat. In a
hurry at rush hour. Let's hurry up and wait. In a hurry to see who is on the caller ID before
picking up the phone. Babysitting one day and in a hurry, I left a grandchild. Just in a hurry.
Think about it. If we are not in a hurry, the word is running. During the day how many
people do you hear say "I gotta run." Or, "I have been running today." This one I heard the
other day, "This runnifig around is killing me." Well, it sure is, was my unspoken thought.
To hurry us along, there is this hurry scurry society.
Healthy in a hurry. Be quick but don't hurry. Help in a hurry. Boost your credit score
in a hurry. Homes in a hurry. Songs about hurry on home. Image in a hurry. Housebreaking
in a hurry (your pet that is). Reservations in a hurry. In a hurry for a date? No problem. Log
on to hurrydate.com. How to get your passport in a hurry. Have you tried the In-a-Hurry
Soup?
Forgot your condom? There is a group that will deliver "condoms-in-a-hurry." I want
to see what the Hurry Up/Newsletter is about. Some months ago, the Senate was in a "hurry"
with the new anti-terrorism laws. We fall in love in a hurry, get a divorced in a hurry. The
doctor even schedules your new baby to arrive so he will not have to hurry to the hospital
on his day off or interrupt a golf date.
What's the hurry? Speeding tickets nationally are up in every state, especially in school
zones. Parents are in a hurry to drop off their children and in a hurry to pick them up. Others
in a hurry sighing, huffing and puffing all-the-way through the zone. Eight out of ten
Americans drive faster than the posted speed limits and argue profusely when stopped by
the authorities. Old and young.
The best selling point in cities for mass transportation is not only too many drivers and
pollution but a growing number of restless and dangerous drivers. The bus and train is a lot
safer in this millennium. Doctors and counselors agree that along with constant hurry comes
unhappiness, complaints with everything, weight gain, rudeness and no one to love.
What's the hurry? And why is it at epidemic levels? The Hyperdictionary says that in-
a-hurry suggests you are unprepared for a situation, suffer from a lack of planning.
So, if we are living our daily lives unprepared, with disarray and chaos, this is the clear
answer to the insurmountable new cases of hypertension and the stronger unmanageable old
cases of hypertension. Be not dismayed, the pharmaceutical companies will most assuredly
hurry and accommodate these new crop of moneymakers. So much for stopping and
smelling the roses.
Oh well, see you later. Gotta run. In a hurry. Have a blessed day.

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"BLOOMS GALORE and MORE" 2007 The Garden Club of
Jacksonville,Inc. is holding its second annual garden festival, "Blooms Galore
and More," the second weekend in April. This wonderful event raised more than
$8,000 last year for the club's community outreach goals, as residents from
throughout the Jacksonville area came to learn about the joys of gardening. It will
be held Saturday, April 14th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 15th from
12 4 p.m. Admission is $3 per adult and children under 16 get in free. Garden
Clubhouse is located at 1005 Riverside Ave. For more information, please call
904-355-4224 or email: gardenclubofjacksonville.com
APPEAL FOR YOUR EXCESS CLOTHES Millions More Movement,
Jacksonville Local Organizing Committee Inc., is now in the process of gathering
clothes for it's next 'Clothes Give-A-Way. If you are in the process of cleaning out -
your closets for spring, or have clothes, shoes, jackets, etc. you have outgrown
and want to get rid of, bring them to 916 N.Myrtle Avenue.,from 9:00 am to
5:00pm. Give them to Jacksonville Local Organizing Committee Inc., we will
make them a part of our next scheduled Clothes Give-A-Way.Visit our
website:www.jaxloc.com for more information about us,or contact us at 904-355- ;
0793,904-236-2469.
FREE RITA'S WATER ICE MARK THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING,
MARCH 21, 2007 giving away a 10 ounce Italian ice to every guest. 14th Year
Tradition of "The First Day of Spring." More than 3.5 million cups of ice given
away since 1994. 12 noon to 9 p.m. on March 21st. All 400 locations will partic-
ipate.
THE BMW ULTIMATE DRIVE SUPPORTING SUSAN G KOMEN FOR
THE CURE over the past decade, thousands of breast cancer survivors, sup-
porters, and advocates have taken the driver's seat in the battle against breast can-
cer and now it is your turn to get involved when the Ultimate Drive pulls into
Tom bush BMW, 9876 Atlantic Blvd., Monday, March 19th. For every mile you
test-drive a brand new BMW during the Ultimate Drive event in our community.
$1 will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Don't miss out on your
opportunity to help put the brakes on breast cancer: Call 1-877-4A-DRIVE today.
FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE KENT CAMPUS JOB FAIR will be
held April, 11th at 10 a.m. 1-p.m. in the Library Courtyard, located at 3939
Roosevelt Blvd. Job seekers are invited to meet and-interview with local employ-
ers. Space for employment recruiters is on a first-come, first-served basis and
reservations are required. Free and opened to the public. For more information
call 904-381-3594.
TEN STAR ALL STAR SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP located at 2207
East Seventh St., Charlotte, NC by invitation only. Boys and girls ages 10 19
are eligible to apply. Players from 50 states and 17 foreign countries attended the
2006 camp. College basketball scholarships are possible for players selected to
the All-American Team. Camp locations include: Glassboro, NJ, Prescott, AZ,
Thousand Oaks, CA, Sterling< CO, Babson Park, FL, Atlanta, GA, Champaign,
IL, Ypsilanti, MI, Hickory, NC, Mitchell, SD, Lebanon, TN, Commerce, TX, and
Blacksburg, VA. There is also a Summer Camp available for boys and girls ages
6 18 of all skill levels. For a free brochure on these Summer Camps, please call
704-373-0873.
THE DAVID H. DWIGHT, SR. MEMORIAL COMMITTEE FOR SCOUT-
ING regretfully cancels banquet schedule for May 26, 2007. The banquet is being
cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. Thank you for
your just support and we look for to your participation in the year 2008. Walter


Whetstone, Banquet Chairman.
H.O.P.E., INC. OF JACKSONVILLE located at 435 Clark Rd., Suite 614, is hav-
ing a powerful and fun workshop for young men and ladies ages 13 18 Saturday,
March 24th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. "Building Blocks for Your Future"
Distinguished Gentlemen and Elite Ladies of H.O.P.E. Workshop. Please call
904-766-7862 for more information.
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL VACANCY Applications are being sought to fill a
judicial vacancy in the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court in Duval County as a result
of the retirement of Judge A.C. Soud, Jr. Must be a registered Florida voter. The
original and nine copies of the completed application must be received by Mr.
Wells no later than 12 Noon, March 27. call 904-798-3200 for more info.
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CAPTIONS


Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events scheduled
in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.


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 musicians 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.
FIRST A.M.E. CHURCH The Inspirational Choir is having their White
Elephant Sale on Saturday, March 10, at 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Clothing, bric-a-brac,
home decor and hardware are available for sale, as well as refreshments. If you
.desire to showcase your merchandise, a vendor's table is a $15 charge. The
Family Fish Fry is on Friday, March 16, at 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eat-in ortake-out the
classic meal by Edward Tucker Caterers Unlimited. The fish fry takes place every
third Friday of the month. The charge is reasonable. Once more, Ladies
Enthusiastic About Praise (LEAP) will host a Prayer Breakfast on Saturday,
March 17, at 9 a.m. The speaker will be the Rev. Shirley Watson of the Greater
Allen Chapel of Starke. The donation is $5. First A.M.E. Church, the pastorate of
the Rev. Gillard S. Glover, is at 91 Old Kings Road North. To contact the church,
call (386) 446-5759.
THE TOTAL WOMAN CONFERENCE 2007 would like to invite you to their
FIRST ANNUAL WOMEN CONFERENCE of the Northeast Florida Diocese
Women Council. Please join us on March 31st at 5p.m. The conference will be
held at Faith Temple Fellowship Ministries, 2133 Wishart St. Please R.S.V.P. by
March 24th with Elder Diane Taylor at (904) 564-9346 or (904) 424-5792.
FORMER RESIDENTS OF THE ROOSEVELT APARTMENTS/ VENUS,
MARS COURT AREA from 1950 thru 1975 a neighborhood reunion planning
meeting is scheduled on Saturday, March 17 at 3 p.m. at the St. Jude Missionary
Baptist Church, 1717-1 West 20th St., Jacksonville, FL. Call 904-703-2751 for
more information.
SHAMROCKS BATTLE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY St. Patrick's Day is
approaching, which means Shamrocks Against Dystrophy will soon fest on busi-
nesses in Northeast Florida. Millions of people across the country will take part.
Shamrock mobiles and lapel pins are available at all Jacksonville Sonic,
Bennigans, Village Inn, Roadhouse Grill, Shoney's, St. George's Tavern,
O'Charleys, Steak-n-Shake, Oceanside Bank, NAPA, People's First Bank,
Tropical Smoothie, Pilot Gas Stations, R-G Crown Bank, Tijuana Flats, Steak &
Ale, and SunTrust locations from now through March 31, 2007. When customers
buy and sign $1 and $5 Shamrock mobiles to hang in participating business ven-
ues, they support the fight against neuromuscular diseases. Shamrocks Against
Dystrophy raised more than $15 million nationally in 2006. $95,000 was raised
locally to support MDA programs, including clinics at Mayo and Nemours
Children Clinic in Jacksonville, FL and UF Shands in Gainesville, FL and summer
camp for children with neuromuscular diseases, as well as research. MDA is a vol-
untary health agency working to defeat more than 40 neuromuscular diseases
through the programs of worldwide research, comprehensive services, and far-
reaching professional and public health education. Call Katie Labance at 904-296-
6799 for more information.
BUY A SHAMROCK, STUDENTS HELP FIGHT MUSCULAR DYSTRO-
PHY Shamrocks are adorning schools in green and gold throughout the First
Coast. Students across the First Coast will "paint the school green" by taking part
in Shamrocks Against Dystrophy to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Students are helping by buying and signing $1 and $5 Shamrock mobiles to hang
in the hallways: The following schools are helping "Jerry's Kids" (named for
MDA National Chairman Jerry Lewis) by taking part: Bartram Trail High, The
Bolles School, Callahan Middle, Clay High, Crossroads School on the Westside,
Cunningham Creek Elementary, Englewood High, Femandina Beach Middle,
Forrest High School, Hyde Park Elementary, Joshua Christian Academy,
Ketterlinus Elementary, Lakeside Elementary, Lakeside Junior High, Mandarin
High, Montclair Elementary, Nease High, Oceanway Middle, Orange Park Junior
High, Orange Park High, Patterson Elementary, RB Hunt Elementary, Sandalwood
High, St. Augustine High, St. Joseph's Catholic, St. Paul's Catholic, Terry Parker
High, and thunderbolt Elementary.
.JERRY HOLLAND, DUVAL COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
reminds voters that Early Voting began March 5 and continues until March 18 for
the First Election on March 20. Voters must bring photo and signature identifica-
tion or vote a provisional ballot. Times and locations are: The Elections Main
Office located at 105 E. Monroe St., Argyle Library, Beaches Library, Bradham-
Brooks Northwest Library, Graham Library, Highlands Library, Mandarin Library,
Murray Hill Library, Pablo Creek Library, Regency Square Library, Southeast
Library, South Mandarin Library, University Park Library, Webb-Westconnett
Library, West Regional Library, Hours of Operation are: Monday through Friday,
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information
call 904-630-1414 or go to the elections web site: www.duvalelections.com
NORTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC. presents St.
Patrick's Day Fashion On Parade at the Mary Singleton Senior Citizens Center,
located at 150 E. 1st St., March 17 at 6 p.m. Featuring all male silver revue. More
models are needed 60 and older for casual, dress, formal and sports wear. Special
entertainment with Jessie and The Miracles, New Creations, Jerry Cannon and The
Caravans, The Byrd Singers, Ponder Singers, God's Spiritual Gifts and other local
groups. For more information, call Sis. Geneva Sapp at 379-0072 or Sis. Claudia


Campbell at 708-4776.
CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF GOOD SHEPHERD, Sunday, April 15 at
6 pm, Craig Hall. Free and open to the public. L. van Beethoven: Razumovsky
String Quartet No. 3. Graduation Exercises: CEW String Program, Linda Minke,
director Gustav Hoist: Hammersmith Suite. Guest Artists: Navy Band Southeast
Wind Ensemble. Church of the Good Shepherd, located at 1100 Stockton Street,
Riverside Jacksonville, FL 32204, Phone 904-346-0373. The Rev. Gerald G
Alexander, David Bowen, MM, Organist-choirmaster.
CLASS OF 1967 NB FORREST HIGH SCHOOL is having their 40th Reunion,
July 20-21, 2007 Crowne Plaza Downtown/Riverplace Tower. Contact: Reunion
Classics: (904) 269-5471 for registration info.
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Part 1


Depression Under


Diagnosed in the


Black Community

By Ronald Bell Star News Editor.
Do the things that once gave you excitement and pleas-
ure now seem uninspiring at best, and are you sleeping and
eating a lot more or a lot less than is normal for you? If the
answer to these questions is 'Yes,' you may be depressed.
If you are an average black person in America, you are
more likely to suffer from the effects of depression than an
average white person. About 17 million people a year suf-
fer from depression, mental health experts say.
Depression however, is not like the common cold that
will probably go away on it's own.
We have all had the experience. A friend, a loved one or
a member of the family who suffers from depression
decides that life is no longer worth living. To many, suicide
is not chosen; it happens when their pain simply over-
whelms their resources for coping with the pain. Suicide
becomes the only solution.
Although most depressed people-are not suicidal, two-
thirds of those who die by suicide suffer from a depressive
illness. Reducing the number of those suffering from
depression and finding ways of dealing with the severity of
depression will obviously lower the suicide rate in the U.S.
A recent survey by the National Mental Health
Association (NMHA) indicated that only one-third of all
Persons with major depression ever seek treatment.
According to the study, African-Americans and persons
over 65 years old are the least likely to seek professional
Help for depression and suffer the most.
Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall is a clinical research physician at
U.S. Medical Operations and is director of the Women's
Health Center at Eli Lilly. She is also a psychiatrist with
extensive experience in the African-American community
and confirms the NMHA study's results. She says not near-
ly enough blacks who are depressed seek professional help.
"Most either believe that depression, or the 'blues,' is a nec-
essary condition of life and must be endured, or they fear
being labeled as insane and therefore do no seek profession-
al help," says Dr. Lewis-Hall.
She stresses that the majority of depression cases are
treatable. "In fact, more than 80% of people with clinical
depression can successfully recover and resume normal,
happy and productive lives,"
Part 2 Next Week
Why do we get depressed and what can we do.


Symptoms of
Potential Depression
SFeeling sad or blue
Anger and frustration
Violent behavior
Losing or gaining weight without trying
Taking risks, such as reckless driving
Loss of concentration
Isolation from family and friends
SAvoiding pleasurable activities
Fatigue
Loss of interest in work, hobbies and sex
Alcohol or substance abuse
Misuse of prescription medication
Thoughts of death or suicide
Diminished ability to think or concentrate
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- Says the State


Should Pay in Boot Camp Death


Gov. Charlie Crist said Wednesday the state
should give $5 million to the family of a teenag-
er who died last year after he was manhandled by
juvenile boot camp guards.
Crist's comments came hours after prosecutors
released an enhanced video of the beating of
Martin Lee Anderson, 14, and more than 20,000
pages of evidence in the in the manslaughter case
against seven former guards and a nurse.
The family had sued for $40 million, but said
in a letter to Crist that a $10 million payment
would be a fair resolution half from the state and
half from Bay County, which ran the camp.
"1 think it's real important that the state do the
right thing, and I think the right thing to do is
honor their more-than-reasonable request. Justice
delayed is justice denied," Crist said in
Tallahassee. The payment would have to be


approved by the Legislature.
Juvenile boot camp guards struck a teenager with closed,
fists on his forearm,
pinned him to the ground
uand held what appears to a
white cloth to his face,
according to an enhanced
m o video released Wednesday
in tthe investigation of the
QE.,' boy's death.
The newly released
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that more clearly shows
The second autopsy showed that the guards striking
14-year-old Martin Anderson was Anderson with fists, pin-
suffocated by guards who ning him down and hold-
roughed him up. ing what appears to be a
white cloth to his face .at
the now-closed sheriff's boot camp in Panama City.
Investigative reports said the nurse examined him early
in the incident and said his vital signs were normal. The tape
shows her watching, but she does not appear to give anoth-
er close examination until about 27 minutes into the tape. At


Arson Suspected

In Church Blaze
An early-morning fire
damaged a Northwest
Jacksonville church and
investigators are convinced
it was arson.
The fire broke out early
in the morning at the Christ
Ministry of Changing Live


arrived, but the fire burned
through the roof and
destroyed the sanctuary.
"It brought tears to my
eyes, I wept this morning,"
Jones said. "Sometimes I
wonder what folks would
do. why would they do
this?"
Members of the congre-
gation had the same reac-
tion.


"When I got the
call this morning,
my heart sunk,"
church member
Patricia Milton
said. "I just could-
n't believe it hap-
pened."
Jones said that
Christ Ministry of Changing Live Church church members
Church Wednesday. The were pulling together and
fire was out by the, time the staying strong. Wednesday
Rev. Daniel Jones and mem- evening's services would be
bers of his congregation held outside.


Marvin Lee Anderson's mother, Gina Jones, and other family members chal-
lenged an initial ruling that a blood disorder triggered the teen's death.


that point, guards have stopped hitting him.
Paramedics arrive about 35 minutes into the tape and
load the teen onto a stretcher. He died in a Pensacola hospi-
tal the next day, starting a case that led to the dismantling of
Florida's military-style detention system for young offend-
ers and protests at the state Capitol.
The guards and the nurse pleaded not guilty last month.
They face up to 30 years in prison.if convicted of aggravat-
ed manslaughter of a child.
Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen declined to com-
ment because the investigation is ongoing, said Barbara
Bell, his executive assistant.
The boy's family sued the sheriffs office and the state
Department of Juvenile Justice, which over saw the camp
system. A judge ruled last month that the $40 million
wrongful death lawsuit mdst wait for the state's criminal
case against the guards to conclude.
The case also led to the resignation of Florida
Department of Law Enforcement chief Guy Tunnell, who
established the boot camp when he was Bay County sheriff.
He was under fire after being scolded by then-Gov. Jeb
Bush for exchanging e-mails with McKeithen, criticizing
those who questioned the boot camp concept.


Black Owned Businesses

Now Total Over 1 Million
The number of private companies owned by African-
Americans is on the rise.
According to the 2002 Survey of Business Owners, the
most recent by the U.S. Census Bureau, businesses owned
by blacks now number more than 1 million, more than dou-
bling over a decade.
Blacks are now pooling resources and beginning to
understand the power of networking and how to market and
promote their companies, according to Bonnie Rose-Goree,
CEO of the Atlanta Black Business Association.
But, while the number of businesses has increased, the
percentage of the market that African-Americans currently
occupy has barely increased. In the 1997 survey black-
owned businesses represented about 4 percent of the total
number of businesses. In 2002, the number was 5 percent.
By comparison, Latino-owned businesses represent almost
7 percent of the total number while Asian-American-owned
companies own about 5 percent.
Also, what has not changed in recent years is the type of
businesses that African-Americans own. In 1997, over half
of all black-owned companies were service related, i.e.
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Jaguar 's

Report

Northcutt Signs
According to Dennis
Northcutt he isn't the
missing link but he cer-
tainly understands why
he is now a Jaguar. The
pass offense that ended
the year ranked 24th,
needs fixing.
won't go so far as to
say he's the missing link,
but he understands he
was signed by the
Jaguars this past week-
end for the purpose of
upgrading a pass-offense
that sagged to 24th in the
league last year.
"Absolutely, when
you look at the stats,
when you're 24th in the
league, you need
improvement. I'm not
saying I'm the key and I
can do it all, but I'm part
of the puzzle. Together
we have to figure this
out."
That kind of accept-
ance of reality is about
all Coack jack DelRio
can ask for.'
Dennis Northcutt
won't go so far as to say
he's the missing link, but
he understands he was
signed by the Jaguars
this past weekend for the
purpose of upgrading a
pass-offense that sagged
to 24th in the league last
year.
"We have to work so
they're not talking about
us as the weak link;
they're talking about us
as the strength of the
team. We have to fix
that. I look forward to
trying to change that. I
look forward to a
defense that is really
good and will give me a
chance to get back on
punt returns," Northcutt
added.

CFO Talks Money
Jaguars CFO Bill
Prescott said the future
of professional football
in Jacksonville is tied to
ticket sales.
"To me, that's the'
key," Prescott told
reporters at a media
luncheon at Jacksonville
Municipal Stadium last
week.
Prescott was asked if
Jaguars fans should be
confident the team won't
move. Los Angeles, of
course, has been a threat
to become the relocation
destination for an NFL
team for years.
"I think they should
have a lot of confidence.
This is a very good mar-
ket. If we can keep the
stadium full," Prescott
said, choosing not to fin-'
ish the sentence. The rest
of it, is obvious.
The Times-Union has
since reported that the
Jaguars are looking to
find ways to restructure
or reduce their $110 mil-
lion debt. The club hired
Galatioto Sports Partners
to find limited partners
willing to invest in the
team in order to reduce


the debt. But team owner
Wayne Weaver made it
clear that he has rejected
the idea of selling the
team or even selling a
majority interest.


FSU Women's B'ball Gets 3rd

Straight NCAA Tourney Bid


The FSU women's bas-
ketball team will be taking
their (22-9) record to
Stanford, California and the
NCAA Women's Basketball
Tournament. The Noles will
be showcasing a program-
best third straight 20-win
season in 2006-07 but the
Seminoles are not about to
stop there.
The Seminoles will face
Old Dominion (24-8) in
first round action Saturday,
March 17th at 2 p.m.
Eastern at Maples Pavilion.
The game will be televised
on ESPN.
"We're just excited to
have the opportunity to play
in the NCAA Tournament,
especially with just one sen-
ior on our team," FSU head
coach Sue Semrau said.
"I think it's an accom-
plishment that these players
need to be really proud of.
Three NCAA tournaments
in three straight years is his-
toric for us at Florida State."
Florida State, an at-large
team, is seeded 10th while
Old Dominion, the automat-


Sue Semrau FSU Women's
Basketball Coach
ic qualifier from the
Colonial Athletic Assn., is
seeded seventh. The winner
will face the winner of the
No. 2 seed Stanford (28-4)
vs No. 15 seed Idaho State
(17-13) winner Monday
night.
Florida State will be
making its seventh NCAA
Tournament appearance
overall and fourth since
2001 while the Lady
Monarchs will be making
their 24th appearance in the
Big. Dance.


WWF and NFL 'Big Cat'

Ernie Ladd Dies at age 68
Ernie "Big Cat" Ladd, who played on championship pro-
fessional football teams before finding more lucrative suc-
cess in pro wrestling, has died. He was 68.
Ladd played in the American Football League and. is a
member of the World Wrestling Federation Hall of Fame.
He died Saturday night after a long bout with cancer.
"It's a personal loss not just to our family, but to the
whole community," said
Eddie Robinson Jr., whose -
ailing father coached Ladd at '
Grambling State. "I was for-
tunate enough to be in high "';;
school when he was here, so
my football heroes growing
up were people like Ernie
Ladd.""
Ladd, who was almost 6- Ernie "Big Cat" Ladd, pictured
foot-10 and weighed over as a San Diego Charger also
foot-l0 and weighed over
300 pounds, was the 15th played for Houston and
300 pounds, was the 15th Kansas City before turning to
player taken in the 1961 AFL Professional Wrestling.
draft and played for the San
Diego Chargers, Houston Oilers and Kansas City Chiefs .
With former Grambling teammate Buck Buchanan, he
filled out what was probably the biggest defensive tackle
tandem in history, and won another AFL title. Both Ladd
and Buchanan are members of the Grambling State
University Athletic Hall of Fame.


Suns Hold Auditions for Bat

Boys, Singers and Sunbeams

With the regular season less than 21 days away, the
Jacksonville Suns will hold an open casting call for
National Anthem singers, Bat Boys, Sunbeams and all other
part-time positions at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville
this Saturday, March 17th, from. 9:00am until 1:00pm. .
The Suns have seventy dates to fill with National
Anthem singers. Auditions will be held on the field and
singers will be asked to perform the song in a traditional
fashion and in its entirety. All ages are welcome and instru-
mentalists or vocal groups are also encouraged to audition.
Bat boys will also be interviewed and hired this Saturday
at the Baseball Grounds, beginning promptly at 10:00am.
Bat boys should be at least 14 years of age and have reliable
transportation to and from the ballpark. All potential bat
boys are asked to come with at least one parent or guardian,
bring a copy of their most recent report card and their base-
ball schedule if they play during the summer.. Bat boys will
be expected to work hard, help maintain the cleanliness of
the dugouts, help in the clubhouse and perform other duties
as required.
The Suns are well known for excellent customer service,
and the team's roster of Sunbeams are the front line of that
effort. Sunbeams are typically high school or college-age
young ladies who assist in all facets of customer service and
promotions, including distributing giveaway items for pro-
motions, helping with on-field entertainment, supervising
birthday and.team parties and entertaining the crowd during
the game. Potential Sunbeams who are still in high school
should also bring a copy of their most recent report card.
Other positions are available and applications are being
accepted during the week from 4-6pm every day.


Gators Look to Repeat,



Get First No. 1 Seed!


Gentlemen start your brackets! March
Madness which actually ends in April -
is officially underway. As a matter of fact
some of the high seeds will already have
been eliminated by the time this issue of the
Florida Star comes off the press.
Looking down from the top, the defend-
ing champion Florida Gators drew the top
position with the first No. 1 seed 'in the
Midwest.
The other three top slots were issued to
Ohio State, Kansas and North Carolina. All
the number one seeds won their conference
championships on Sunday.
The FAMU Rattlers missed the official
64-team card with a 77-69 loss to Niagara in
the play-in game Tuesday night in Dayton.
Starting Thursday afternoon, it's wall-to-
wall;action on the court around the water
cooler, at the local watering hole and every-
where a basketball is recog-
nized.
Billy Donovan, Joakim Could Gal
Noah and the Gators (29-5)
hope to become the first Playing 01
repeat champions since
Duke in 1992. in the final
The Gators won the foot-
ball championship in
January, and will begin their
bid for another basketball title in the
Midwest region with their first game Friday
against 16th-seeded Jackson State in New
Orleans. Tickets to watch the Gators pum-
mel Jackson State are already at $450 for a
pair on Ebay..
The Gators, who return all five starters
from last season's national championship
team, won the Southeastern Conference
tournament, routing Arkansas 77-56 after
wins over Georgia and Mississippi. In the
SEC tournament, the Gators were in the lead
throughout each game.
Wisconsin got the No. 2 seed in.the
Midwest and will play No. 15 Texas A&M-
Corpus Christi.
In the West, Big 12 champion Kansas


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(30-4) opens against the ?? ??play-in winner
Friday in Chicago.
UCLA, with the most NCAA men's bas-
ketball titles in history, became a No. 2 seed
after losing its first game in the Pac-10 tour-
nament to California. The Bruins, who
reached the title game last season, were
ranked No. 1 for six weeks this season, more
than any other team. UCLA (26-5), coming
off consecutive losses to Washington and
Cal, will play Weber State.
North Carolina (28-6) drew the top seed
in the East by defeating N.C. State for the
ACC title. Coach Roy Williams, mask-wear-
ing center Tyler Hansbrough and the Tar
Heels, a deep young team that plays at a fast
pace, will make the short trip to Winston-
Salem to play Eastern Kentucky on
Thursday.
Big East champion Georgetown, with
John Thompson III as its
coach and Patrick Ewing Jr.
ors end up coming off the bench, is the
No. 2 seed and takes on No.
io State 15 Belmont.
Ohio State (30-3) beat
S, Wisconsin to win the Big
10 tournament and its No. 1
seed in the South. The
Buckeyes play No. 16
Central Connecticut State on Thursday at
Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky.
Ohio State's only losses were on the road
to North Carolina, Florida and Wisconsin.
Star freshman Greg Oden missed the first
seven games of the season recovering from
off-season wrist surgery, but he has been one
of the most dominant players in the country
since.
Coach John Calipari's Memphis Tigers
(30-3) grabbed the number 2 seed and go
against No. 15 North Texas, making its first,
NCAA tournament appearance since 1988;
Among the teams who did not get invit-
ed to the big dance are, Syracuse, Drexel,
Air Force, Missouri State, West Virginia and
Florida State.


On The College Diamonds


Seminoles Unbeaten

Streak Goes to 20
Seminoles ,
Twenty straight and no signs of weak-
ness. That's the best way to describe the
FSU Seminoles No. 4 'in the USA
Today/ESPN Poll who added three
more notches to their spear this past week
with a three-game sweep of a home series
with Indiana.
Bryan Henry picked up the 6-0 win in
the Friday contest allowing just 7 hits
while putting up seven K's and keeping
anyone from getting to third base.
In Saturday's 8-2 win, Michael Hyde
notched his 6th straight giving up 4 hits in
5 scoreless innings. Hyde got 7 strikeouts
as FSU highly efficient offense produced 8
runs on 8 hits including Brandon
Riechert's 3-run double in the 8th.
Showing the Hoosiers no mercy in
Sunday afternoons game, Ryan Strauss
(4-0) went 8 full innings giving up just 3
hits as the Seminoles blanked Indiana 9-0.
The game was close -until the seventh
inning when FSU exploded for 7 runs on
7 hits as they batted around.
Second baseman Tony Thomas Jr., pro-
vided the leadership at the plate in the
Indiana series batting .625 with 5 hits in 8
trips to the plate. Tony is the teams leading
hitter, currently hitting over .500 for the
season.
Florida State had not trailed all season
in a single inning until the bottom of the
first in the contest against Siena (Mar 4th)
as the Saints held a 1-0 lead. The span cov-
ered 144 consecutive innings without trail-
ing.The 20-game winning streak brings the
Seminoles within striking distance of the
school record of 25 straight set back in
2002.
This week the Demon Deacons of
Wake Forest come to Tallahassee .


Gators
The struggling Gators (9-10) went win-
less last week dropping all three games in
their first weekend road trip this season
against then No. 9 Texas A&M
The Aggies are ranked No. 9 nationally
and sport a 15-1 record on the season.
Wednesday night the Gators bounced
back with a well played 5-3 home field
victory over Army. The Gators were out hit
13-8 but managed to make their hits count.
Austin Pride added a 2-run homer in the
sixth (his 4th) as the took the lead for good.
Josh Edmondson (1-1) picked up his first
win of the season
The weekend weekend the Gators host
the Army nine for a three-game home
series at McKethan stadium.

Rattlers
The FAMURattlers (1-19) dropped
three more this past week to the Mercer
Bears.
Mercer came to Tallahassee this past
weekend to take on Florida A & M in a
three game series. The Bears won all three
games 5-3, 5-2, and 12-2 respectively.
This runs Mercer's record to 14-7 over-
all with 10 wins in their past 11 starts.

Ospreys
The UNF Ospreys went 1 of 3 this past
week in the Kennel Club Classic here in
Jacksonville. Against Ohio State the
Ospreys went for 10 innings on Friday
night, but the Buckeyes were able to edge
the Ospreys 3-2 in the 11th.
On Saturday a 9th inning charge by the
Ospreys was not enough to overcome the
steady slugging of Conmecticut as the
Ospreys fell 9-7.
They came back for a 3-2 win over
UNC Greensboro on Sunday in a game
that Saw Jon Dandridge go 3 for 4.
This week the Ospreys host Stetson in a
3-game series.


MARCH 17, 2007


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Your Weekly horoscope From Actual Police Reports
ur eekly orosope Did You Hear About?


(Aries March 21st thru
April 19th) You're way out
in front of the
crowd at the
beginning of the
week -- ready,
willing and eager for what-
ever life (and love!) has to
offer. The possible pitfall:
impatience where you may
need to allow a little time.
Around Wednesday or
Thursday, by using a little
charm, you can have your
cake and eat it too. Put your
ideas across diplomatically
enough, and see others
jump right on board. Aren't
you a flirt on Friday and
Saturday! You're 10 kinds
of fun now -- just be gentle
with those who are liable to
fall hard for you. Home's
likely where your heart is
on Sunday, so nest away.
(Taurus- April 20th thru
May 20th)If you're think-
.. .....ing about some-
thing (or is it
someone?) new,
don't rush into it
at the beginning of the
week. Check out all of your
options -- and know that
some fresh ones may open
up on Wednesday or
Thursday. Gorgeous,
grounded energy is on tap
for you these days, with
matters of the heart high-
lighted, too. On Friday and
Saturday, you may not be
incredibly efficient, but
you have enviable emo-
tional intelligence. Others
are shocked by how well
you get them. On Sunday,
having people over may be
more fun than heading out
and about.
(Gemini May 21st thru
June 21st) Whatever
you're aspiring
to a different
job, a living-sit-
uation change,
renewal in the old love life
you can get it going at the
beginning of the week. A
key now: Get input from
those around you, and lots
of it. Then, on Wednesday
and Thurs, ruminating on
what you've learned is
favored. It may be a chal-
lenge to concentrate, but
you can do it! Romance or
some other sweet stuff may
come knocking on Fri and
Saturday there's definitely
movement and improve-
ment in the air. On Sunday,
plan to soothe your soul
and rest those busy feet.
(Cancer June 22nd thru
July 22nd) Keeping your
emotions in
control may be
tough at the
beginning of
the week. Slow down,
breathe deeply and sched-
ule in some destressing
activity. On Wednesday
and Thursday, don't forget -
following up is key now,
whether it's a professional
deal, something with a
friend or maybe even a
romantic prospect. You'll
more than likely get terrifi-
cally positive responses.
You might just be a party
animal. on Friday and
Saturday, and even if
you're not acting wild, all
eyes are on you. Get out of


your shell, at least a little
bit! Sunday's energy is
super, too -- what do you
want to do?


(Leo July 23rd thru
August 22) While everyone
else is dragging
at the beginning
of the week,
you're likely
having all sorts of fun in
any and every, situation.
Life's truly what you bring
to it now. Around
Wednesday or Thursday,
you'd be wise to finish up a
project or clarify a situation
prior to moving on to the
next thing (or person, as the
case may be). Friends, par-
ties or oddball artistic or
social events capture your
attention on Friday and
Saturday, and you're captur-
ing plenty of attention your-
self. Then, on Sunday, you
might just have a brilliant
idea. Give yourself some
time to daydream.
(Virgo August 23rd thru
September 22nd) What
S... you think is a
spirited discus-
sion at the begin-
ning of the week
could be interpreted by
somebody else as an argu-
ment. Take a little extra care
with your delivery, espe-
cially at work. In a bit of a
switcheroo, you may be
inspired to bare your soul
on Wednesday or Thursday.
Sharing your innermost
thoughts might be scary, but
it's worth it. On Friday and
Saturday, you're likely
thinking faster than those
around you. Pushing them
can either be fun or a pain;
it depends on your attitude.
Sunday's a great time for a
little gathering.
(Libra September 23rd
thru October 22nd) Are
you willing to
compromise
with a friend,
your boss, a
coworker or a partner at the
beginning of the week? If it
turns into something of a
tussle, Wednesday and
Thursday are excellent days
to sort it out amicably.
You're forgiving and com-
passionate now, making
others' shoes easy to step
into (and yours hard to fill).
On Friday and Saturday, a
conversation could get
intense, whether intellectu-
ally, emotionally or both. It
may be uncomfortable; on
the other hand, it may be
kind of hot: Sunday's not
meant for big accomplish-
ments, but simple things
can be very pleasurable.
(Scorpio October 23rd
thru November 21st) If
you've fallen off
your fitness
regime, renew
your commit-
ment to your health at the
beginning of the week.
Starting small is fine --
even taking a walk is a step
in the right direction (and
calming, too). A certain sit-
uation could get tense on
Wednesday or Thursday,
and you're not one to back
down. But if you initiate a
dialogue that breaks the
impasse, you'll demon-
strate both strength and
flexibility -- much better
than plain old force of will.
Play it safe on Friday and
. Saturday; observation's


more fruitful than action
now. And on Sunday, your
instinct has a major role to
play.


(Sagittarius November
22nd thru December 21st)
You'll love a
game at the
beginning of the
S week, whether of
the physical or brain-teas-
ing variety. What's key is
participating instead of just
spectating. Around
Wednesday or Thursday,
lend someone (your boss, a
friend, a love interest) a
hand when they least
expect it. It needn't be a big
thing -- it's the observant
thoughtfulness that counts
now. While you're likely
busy on Friday and
Saturday, you may not get
the mental stimulation you
require. Make time for
reading or watching a docu-
mentary. Keep Sunday free
for whatever catches your
fancy.
(Capricorn December
22nd thru January 19th)
A relative, a
wise friend or a
mentor can help
put something
worrisome into perspective
at the beginning of the
week. Taking action -- even
a small step -- makes mat-
ters better, too. Wednesday
or Thursday should bring a
big improvement, possibly
with a work matter or in
your love life -- or just in
your mood. Work hard and
play hard on these days;
when the weekend comes,
you're likely to be preoccu-
pied by intellectual or inter-
personal matters. Think it
through, and come Sunday,
you may be ready to make a
change.
(Aquarius-January 20th
thru February 18th) Your
intellectual
capacity is stun-
ning at the
beginning of the
week -- formulate some
amazing new ideas and
make some interesting con-
nections. Put your head
together with another
brainiac, and who knows
what'll happen? Around
Wednesday or Thursday,
life (or your own head-
space) could seem dull by
comparison, but just set
about learning something to
regain your spark. Speaking
of sparks, they're liable to
fly on Friday and Saturday,
maybe in the romance
department. You're a natu-
ral-born flirt now. By
Sunday, you'll be happy to
simply dawdle around the
house.
(Pieces February 19th
and March 20th) Is some-
body hiding
something at the
beginning of the
week? Could it
even be you? Try shedding
light and getting issues or
secrets out in the open. By
Wednesday or Thursday,
you might just be shouting
from the proverbial rooftops
-- or maybe this is stuff
that's better conveyed in a
whisper or a love note. Find
your unique expression; it's
so much better than the
usual. Watch your step, lit-
erally and figuratively, on
Friday and Saturday; you
may be accident- or mis-
take-prone now. The arts are


in the stars on Sunday,
whether you're spectating or
creating.


BECAUSE HE CAME HOME LATE Officer R.P.
was dispatched to the 700 block of Assisi Ln in refer-
ence to a dispute. Victim Mr. E. stated that the suspect,
who he has a child with, confronted him in the parking
lot because he came home late and she feels he is sleep-
ing with another woman. Suspect Ms. M.M. came to
the car and punched the Mr. E. The altercation contin-
ued inside the apartment, and the suspect continued hit-
ting the Mr. E. Then Ms. M.M. began to throw the vic-
tim's clothes down the stairs and the Mr. E. began throwing items back into the
apartment that belonged to Ms. M.M. The suspect went to the apartment next door
and called the police. The suspect was gone upon the officer's arrival. Mr. E. was
initially uncooperative and said that he did not call the police. He said that he did
not wish to pursue charges against Ms. M.M. But when asked if he could .provide
any information to where she was, he said she takes care of her "granddaddy" some-
where on Dunn Ave, you can't miss her, she has a tattoo of paws on her right breast
like Eve or somebody.
YEP! ON CHURCH GROUNDS An Officer was dispatched to the 11000 block
of Harts Rd., in reference to a simple battery that occurred at a different location.
Upon arraval, he made contact with the complainant and victim. The victim, an 8 yr
old female and the suspect a 10 yr old male were involved
in a dispute for unknown reasons. the suspect and the vic-
-" tim were at a church function. As the suspect and the vic-
Stim were about to board a church bus for their ride home,
the suspect apologized for his actions on the previous day.
He then told another boy to punch the victim. This boy
/ then struck the victim with his hand on her lip. The sus-
/ pect then pulled the victim's hair and struck her on the left
V side of her face with his hand. The officer observed a
small amount of swelling to the victim's upper lip and a
slight redness to her left cheek. The complainant was given juvenile SAO card and
advised to mail it within five working days. The case was suspended.
HANDYMAN OR UNKNOWN SUSPECT An officer was dispatched to the 3200
block of sunnybrook Ave., in reference to a report of criminal mischief to a resi-
dence. Victim, Ms. A.C. advised that she filed a report in reference to Mr. S.R. mak-
ing threats. The suspect was a handy man and was being compensated by the victim
to build a room onto the back of the residence and make
other repairs to the residence, which is an investment -_
property. When the witness advised the victim that she.
was to pay him additional fees to finish the work, the two
entered into a dispute. During the dispute, the handyman
made numerous threats to the victim and fled the scene.
The victim advised that she observed the back room to
her residence -completely destroyed. Investigation .
revealed that an unknown suspect entered into the resi-
dence by using a hammer to break through the exterior
wall. The suspect made several large holes in the walls,
creating at least 1 hole in every piece of exterior siding. Observing other rooms, they
found the toilet broken, pipes broken and water damage due to the broken pipes
leading to the toilet. The victim advised the officer that the only rooms that were
damaged were the ones the handyman had repaired, she said so why are you writ-
ing an unknown suspect. She was given an E.T. card with directions to process.
THE BIG PAYBACK An officer was dispatched to an elementary school where
Ms. M.C. works as a teacher. The secretary, Ms. C. stated she received a call from
an unknown telephone number and the male sounded very upset. The unknown male
wanted to make a complaint on a teacher that worked at the school, Ms. MC, he
would not give his name. Secretary Ms. C. stated that Ms. M.C. had a boyfriend
name Mr. J. that she had a battery report filled out'on and that the voice on the phone
sounded exactly like Mr. J. He figured he would pay her back for filing a report on
him by trying to get her fired. a restraining order was placed on Mr. J.


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It was the "21st
Annual Soul Train Music
Awards" held at the
Pasadena Civic
Auditorium in Pasadena,
California. Unlike last
year when it was cold
and they had no heat in
the press tents, this year it
was California hot i.e.,
ninety degrees. The press
was left to bake in the hot
sun for two hours before
the talent arrived with no
cover or water. The big
brotha in charge kept
saying he was going to
get some to us and never
did. The star name win-
ners i.e., Beyonce, Jay-Z,
John Legend, Mary J.
Blige and Ne-Yo all won
but were not present to
receive their awards. It
seems as if the Soul Train


Awards is nearing the end
of the line because every
year the enthusiasm for it
gets less and less for both
the talent and press.
This is really not a
good thing since the tradi-
tion rich Soul Train TV
Show is responsible for
breaking a plethora of
black music acts of all
genres. A multitude of
dancers, choreographers,
actors, groups, to you
name it, got their start or
big break on Soul Train.
At the beginning of their
careers, many acts that are
major stars now were more
than happy to crawl over a
mile of broken glass to be
on Soul Train. In most
cases, it was the "only"
show that would have
them. During the early
years, The Soul Train
Awards was the premiere
black music event to attend
and "to see and be seen."
The show's producers need
to step their game back up
and the talent should follow
if this beleaguered train
ride is to continue.

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Educational Opportunity ,
Spelman College in Atlanta is
offering their 2007 Howard
Hughes Biomedical Summer
Science Program for female stu-
dents entering the 12th grade.
The five week, on campus resi-
dential program is for high
school students interested in pur-
suing careers in biology, bio-
chemistry, medicine or other life-
science related fields. The pro-
gram will provide hands on proj-
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cy skills. Applicants must have a
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from both a mathematics and a
science teacher. A six week
stipend (subject to federal and
state taxes), with room and board
is also provided. Filing deadline
is March 30, 2007. Students out-
side of Georgia are welcomed to
apply. All applications must be
completed on-line.
Recommendation forms must be
downloaded and mailed. For
more information e-mail Tokiwa"
Smith, Program Coordinator for
the program at ttsmith@spel-
man.edu or call 404-270-5855
Music
The American Society of
Composers, Authors and
Publishers (ASCAP) will hold its
second annual "I Create Music"
Expo in Los Angeles, April 19-21
at the Renaissance Hollywood
Hotel. Last year's event was sold
out and this year will be even
bigger with more panels, celebri-
ty speakers, star-studded keynote


presentations, skill-building
master classes, panel discus-
sions, the press and an exhibi-
tion- of the_ latest tools and
technologies for music cre-
ators. This is also and excel-
lent opportunity to connect
with other lyricists, com-
posers, songwriters, publishers
and professionals from across
the music industry.
Movies
Black Snake Moa stars
Samuel L. Jackson, Christina
Ricci, *Justin Timberlake, S.
Epatha Merkerson, John
Cothran and Michael
Raymond-James. It was direct-
ed and written by Craig
Brewer and produced by John
Singleton and Stephanie
Allain. This movie is about an
ex-blues singer/guitarist
named Lazarus (Jackson) who
has run out on his luck after
getting rid of a no good
cheatin' wife. He finds a girl
named Rae (Ricci) on the road
in front of his country house
who had been beaten and left
for dead. He brings her into his
house and nurses her back to
heath, but not without a lot of
situational fanfare. This movie,
was too southern red-neck and
white trailer park trashy but
the story line works for the
good at the end.
I Think I Love My Wife
stars Chins Rock, Kerry
Washington, Gina Torres,
Edward Herrmann and Steve
Buscemi: Chris Rock also pro-
duced directed the movie and
co-wrote the screenplay with
Louis C.K. Produced by Chris
Rock and Lisa Stewart. Chris
Rock is very good on stage at


what he does but his humor
and ideas don't come
across the big screen as
well. This movie can be
confusing in parts and the
song that breaks out at the
end between him and Gina
Torres may leave you won-
dering what the heck is
this? A supposed to be
romantic comedy ending as
a musical? Kerry
Washington never acted
and looked sexier on the
big screen, especially in the
love scene with her wear-
ing the skimpy see through
lace, bikini negligee. Gina
Torres was the quintessen-
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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 03/05/07
1. American Idol, Wed., FOX
2. American Idol, Thurs., FOX
3. American Idol, Tues.,. FOX
4. House, FOX
5. Smarter than a 5th Grader, Wed., FOX
6. CSI:NY, CBS
7. Criminal Minds, FOX
8. Wedding Bells, FOX
9. Without A Trace, CBS
10. CSI:Miami, CBS

Source: Nielsen Media Research


Tuesday
,' 10 p.m. on
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CSI: Crime
Scene Inves-
tigation:
CBS hears
you, fans of
original-
recipe "CSI,"
giving you a Tuesday airing
to make up for the basketball
pre-emption on the show's
usual night. Grissom (William
Petersen) and his team con-
tinue their investigation of a
cop's shooting that left a trail
of evidence literally miles
long.


Thursday
8 p.m. on
ABC (M
-. Ugly Betty:
S The old "rent
fi ,' a sweetie so
the parents
don't know
I'm gay" story
line has been
done, but If any show can
make it fresh, it's this one.
Betty (America Ferrera) is
drafted into pretending to be
Marc's (Michael Urie) girl
when his mom (guest star
Patti LuPone) visits ... and
the whole Suarez clan has to
play along.


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