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 Section A: Main: Editorial
 Section A: Main: Church
 Section A: Main: Lifestyle
 Section A: Main: State
 Section A: Main: National
 Section A: Main continued
 Section B: Prep Rap
 Section C: Local
 Section C continued
 Section C: Regional
 Section C: Sports
 Section C continued
 Section D: Entertainment
 
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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:
April 28, 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:
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    Section A: Main: Editorial
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    Section A: Main: Church
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    Section A: Main: Lifestyle
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: State
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    Section A: Main: National
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section B: Prep Rap
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    Section C: Local
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    Section C continued
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    Section C: Regional
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    Section C: Sports
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    Section C continued
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    Section D: Entertainment
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Married? You're


in the Minority


Why are couples not get-
ting married or not staying
married? For the past few
decades, there has been a
decline ini the number of
married households and
now, according to an analy-
sis done by The New York
Time, only 49.7 percent of
American households in
2005 were made of married
couples, with and without
children. Five years earlier,
52 percent of the nation's
households were married.
The state with the largest
number of married couples
is Utah, where 61.5 percent
of the population is married.
Washington, D. C. has the
smallest number of married


households where only 21.8
percent are married.
The state of Florida is
number 43 on the list with
47.9 percent married cou-
ples and Georgia is number
35, with 49.5 percent of the
population being married.
Of the 51 states, the two
with the lowest percentage


of married couples has a
dramatic difference. New
York is number 50 in the U.
S. with 44.9 percent mar-
ried couples and
Washington, D. C. has the
fewest percentage of mar-
ried couples where only
21.8 percent are married.
Louisiana has the next
fewest number of married
couples with 45.9 percent
not married.
Following Utah with
the most married couples is
Idaho with 56.3 percent,
New Hampshire with 54.3
percent and Hawaii with
53.4 percent. According to
the report, while the num-
ber of single young adults
and elderly widows are
both growing, many cou-
ples decide to live together
for many reasons but say
that the social and econom-
ic implications are pro-
found.


Policemen Indicted Pleas Guilty

in Shooting Death of 92-Year-Old


It was November 21, 2006 in Atlanta, Georgia, when three officers, utilizing the "no-
knock" law, entered the home of 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston claiming that an informant
had described purchasing drugs from a dealer at the home. When the officers entered the
lady's house without warning, she fired at them, only once, through her door, but did not
hit either of them. The officers fired 39 shots, striking Ms. Johnston five or six times,
which included a fatal wound to her chest. Officer Smith, 35, said he is sorry, and plead-
ed guilty. Former Officer Junnier, 40 also pleaded guilty, both to the charges of manslaugh-
ter, violation of oath, criminal solicitation, making false statements and perjury.


Democrats Hold Debate


At South Carolina HBCU


Eight Democratic candidates -
kicked off what will be the
longest presidential campaign in
history Thursday night.
The first debate of the 2008
campaign' was held at South
Carolina State University in
Orangeburg.
The debate coincided with the
Senate joining the House in voting to
require the start of troop withdrawals by
Oct. 1, setting the tone for what is certain
to be a polarized campaign.
"The Congress has spoken, and now all
we can do is hope that the president will lis-
ten," said Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of
New York.
All of the candidates were posturing in
an effort to differentiate themselves from the
others without appearing too radical.
There were no surprises. Those with the
most experience in political situations


Democratic presidential candidates gather on stage
before the first Democratic debate of the 2008 elec-
tion at South Carolina State University in
Orangeburg.
appeared the most polished. Joe Biden.
Hillary Clinton and Chris Dodd came off
experienced and polished. Barack Obama's
enthusiasm came through while John
Edwards came across with a sense of humil-
ity. South Carolina Democrats scheduled the
debate, the earliest ever in a U.S. presiden-
tial campaign, nine months before their
presidential primary.


Eleven Year Old


Was First of a Grouo of Children Killed"


Two of Three Convicted in Murder

of Eleven Year Old Honor Student


December 2005 was the beginning of an eight month period
when four children were killed in Jacksonville. They were all
children with good school records and exemplary behavior.
Damien Hughes, 11, 4 fourth grade honor student, just wanted
to go with his sister, when she made a decision to sneak out of
the house to pick up one of her friends. It was just a few days
before Christmas, (December 19, 2005) so why not?
Headed home, they stopped behind a car at a stop sign at 26th
and Fairfax when another vehicle slammed into the back of
their car and three masked gunmen came to them and ordered
them to get out the car. When she was too slow, one of the
masked men began to shoot, according to her testimony. The
Raines High School teenager said in her effort to get away,
she .crashed into a ditch where she and her brother got out of
the vehicle. She said
that she tried to get.. .
him to come with her


Damien Hughes, age 11,
Murdered


but he was crying and -"
holding his chest, and e
made her realize that
he was unable to go so
she ran for help.
When she returned
with help, her little d r ,
brother was dead.
The t Kesario 'Ric' Johnson Raymond Lakes Frank Cam
The first of three
trials on this attempted carjacking-murder case started with Kesario Leonard Johnson, 21.
Johnson confessed to the attempted carjacking about a month after it happened. His attor-
ney said that Johnson made the confession because he was told he may be able to not be a:
part of the murder case. However, he was the first to go to trial for first-degree murder,
attempted armed robbery, shooting a deadly missile and the attempted murder of Kenitra`
Bright, Damian's 16-year-old sister. Jurors deliberated for about five hours and returned
with a conviction of first-degree murder, attempted armed robbery, attempted second-
degree murder and shooting deadly missiles. Johnson is facing a mandatory life prison
term.
The second trial began on Tuesday for Frank Cam, 21, also for the same charges.
He is the second of three men to stand trial for Damian's death and is said to-have been the
driver of the car they used in the attempted carjacking. On Wednesday, a jury found Frank
Carn guilty of first-degree murder.
The third person to go on trial for the death of Damien Hughes is Raymond Lakes,
22, who is accused of being the primary shooter in this case. Lakes' trial is scheduled for
May 29, 2007. Kesario Johnson and Frank Cam will both appear in court again on May 2;i
2007 and are facing a possible life sentence.


Suspect Apprehended in Northside Stabbing
L. C. Collins, 72, died after being stabbed several time in the
1500 block of Florida Avenue. Collins died at the scene. .
Catherine Robinson, 42, was also stabbed and is now in stable
condition at Shands Jacksonville.
Robinson's estranged husband, Christopher Robinson, 48, was
arrested for the Stabbing of his wife and the death of Collins, wxho -
had gone to give Catherine a ride to work. Because the couple had&
marital problems, according to reports, she was living with her sis- 1 i
ter. Christopher Robinson

News Briefs

New Way To Track Kidnappers and Sex Offenders
The system is called LexisNexis and it is designed to provide a quick and more accu-
rate method to track down sex offenders. If a child is in a certain zip code, the system
allows a very quick method to identify all offenders in the immediate area since time is
very critical in locating these children.

Gladys Knight to be Honored
Gladys Knight will receive the 16th Annual ELLA Award from the
Society of Singers for her musical success and her dedication to chari-
table and humanitarian causes. Knight found a diabetes research char-
ity and named it after her mother, Elizabeth Knight.

New Pot is Stronger and More Dangerous
There is a new marijuana being sold across the country that is stronger and more harm-
ful to its users. It is called 'Pot 2.0'. It has been reported that about 242,200 hospital
visits to emergency centers were reported in 2005 by people smoking Pot 2.0.


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Cause of Death: Bureaucratic Failure

Marian Wright Edelman
President, Children's Defense Fund


For too many of the nine
million uninsured children'in
America, the lack of health
coverage can literally mean
the difference between life
and death.
Children are dying
because their health coverage
under Medicaid or the State
Children's Health Insurance
Program (SCHIP) ran' out,
was not renewed in a timely
manner or simply does not
cover the services a child
needs. Some of these deaths
occurred because attempts to
gain access to health care are
ensnarled in red tape. The
impact of this oppressive
bureaucracy on children is
tragically illustrated by the
death of Devante Johnson of
Houston, Texas.
Tamika Scott, Devante's
mother, didn't plan to rely on
government supported health
insurance to protect her chil-
dren. At 29, she managed
raising three boys while pur-
suing a career, buying a house
and completing a college
degree. Then her doctors told
her she had Multiple
Sclerosis and strongly urged
her to leave her job for health
reasons. She and her sons lost
their private health insurance
and she had to cash in stocks
and use money from her
401(k) retirement fund to pay
bills. Fifteen months later, the
family sank even deeper into


financial difficulty when her
oldest son, 10-year-old
Devante, was diagnosed with
Wilms tumor, an advanced
kidney cancer. Because of the
family's reduced income, the
six months of chemotherapy
Devante received were cov-
ered by Medicaid. At the end
of the treatments, the doctors
pronounced him cured. But
six months later the cancer
returned. Devante and.his
mother were told that a new
three-year course of
chemotherapy, radiation and
constant monitoring were
critical to Devante's recovery.
Undeterred by this rever-
sal, Devante proceeded with
the new treatment with high
hopes and the unwavering
support of his mother. Two
months before the expiration
of the Medicaid coverage that
was essential to the health-
restoring care Devante need-
ed, Tamika submitted an
application for renewal to the
Texas Department of Human
Services. She was confident
that there was more than suf-
ficient time for the applica-
tion to be processed to allow
her child's health care to con-
tinue seamlessly. One month
before the cutoff date, she
became concerned when she
hadn't received notice that the
application had been
approved. There was still
time, she thought; Tamika


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Scott submitted two more
completed applications,one
of them through the Texas
Children's Hospital. She fol-
lowed up with dozens of
phone calls and faxed infor-
mation. But time ran out and
Devant's health coverage was
discontinued.
A month passed, then two.
She inquired on numerous
occasions as to the status of
the application, but never got
a satisfactory answer. For
four months, no one in the
Department of Human
Services told her the applica-
tion was lost in the system
and had never been
processed.
Devante's growing tumor
become a visibly protruding
lump on his back. His pain
increased and walking
became difficult. He. lost
twenty pounds. Yet Devante
didn't give up. He never com-
plained and was a comfort to
his mother. He remained an
honor roll student who took
advanced classes and looked
after his younger brothers.
In desperation, Tamika
Scott appealed to her state
representative. Through his
intervention, Devante's health
coverage was restored in one
day. He was transferred to the
University of Texas M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center
where he received first rate,
comprehensive care. All too
late. This courageous 14-
year-old died on March 1,
2007. The cause of death was
complications from advanced
cancer. But perhaps other
causes were the obstacles and


delays involved m navigating
Devante's renewal applica-
tion through a complicated
bureaucratic system.
We must not let Devante's
death be in vain. We need a
national solution to the urgent
child health problem. The
Children's Defense' Fund
endorses the All Healthy
Children Act (H.R. 1688),
introduced by Congressman
Bobby Scott (D-VA). The
measure would consolidate
Medicaid and SCHIP into
one fully funded single pro-
gram with guaranteed, com-
prehensive health and mental
health benefits for all chil-
dren and pregnant women
with family incomes at or
below 300 percent of the fed-
eral poverty level ($61,950
for a family of four in 2007).
Under this measure, 5-6 mil-
lion children currently eligi-
ble for Medicaid and SCHIP
won't fall through bureaucrat-
ic cracks. Enrolling unin-
sured children in health care
programs,and keeping them
covered,would be stream-
lined with an automatic
enrollment process and other
simplifications.
Extending health cover-
age to every child in America
can be achieved in 2007. We
must stand against those who
say we can't afford to cover
all children this year. We
must also stand against those
who seek to phase in health
coverage for all children over
many years. To help, go to
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Faith In Our Community

Schedule of Events and Services

A FAITH WORKS CONFERENCE will be held at Greater
Works Ministries, located at 4020 Wylly Ave., Brunswick, GA,
Rev. Mark Baker Pastor. May 2nd 4th at 7 p.m. nightly. Guest
speakers; Bishop Wiley Jackson, Jr. of Gospel Tabernacle
Deliverance Center, Atlanta, GA, and Dr. Frederick K.C. Price
of Crenshaw Christian Center, Los Angeles, CA. For more
information call (912) 262-1115.
PENTECOSTAL EXPLOSION presented by the Pentecostal
District of the Florida Central 2nd Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of
the Church of God In Christ, Elder W.F. Robinson,
Superintendent and Elder Edward Robinson, Sr., Bishop.
Conference Dates: May 8th 12th, 7:30 p.m. nightly at the
Southside C.O.G.I.C. located at 2179 Emerson St., Jacksonville,
FL. Youth Night, Tuesday, May 8th; Women's Day, Wednesday,
May 9th at 9:30 a.m. for breakfast, day session 11a.m. to 1 p.m.;
Superintendent's Night, Thursday, May 10th, 10 a.m. to 12
p.m.; Bishop's Night, Friday, May 11th; and Family Fun Day,
Saturday, May 12th from 10 a.m. to 4 pm.
PRISONERS OF CHRIST TO HOLD 17th ANNUAL
CRIME PREVENTION PRAYER BREAKFAST will take
place at Wyndham Jacksonville Riverwalk Hotel located at 1515
Prudential Dr., Jacksonville, FL, Tuesday, May 8th at 7:27 a.m.
For more information call (904) 358-8866.
The Abyssinia Missionary Baptist Church and the Daughters
of Zion Women's Ministry invites all men, women, boys and
girls to the 3rd Annual Pre-Mother's Day Breakfast and
Fashionatta, Saturday, May 12th at the Wyndham Riverwalk
Hotel located at 1515 Prudential Drive from 9:0am to 11:00am.
S Featuring Couture Designer Andrena Meeks Morgan of Duluth,
Georgia. For more information call Minister Scott at 608-2962.
FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY ALUMNI is having an alum-
ni workshop, "A Clarion Call to Alumni for Rededication and
Renewal: Appreciating What's Good about FAMU" is planned:
Book signing will be held for 10 authors who are FAMU alum-
ni; A step show hosted by the "Stomp the Yard" writer, producer
and director; The weekend will conclude with the April 29
Spring Commencement Exercises at the Tallahassee-Leon
County Civic Center, State Rep. Curtis Richardson will be the 9
a.m. speaker. Florida Sen. Al Lawson is scheduled to speak at the
1 p.m. ceremony. Greg Anderson, James Denmark, Rob Hardy
and Will Packer will receive Meritorious Achievement awards.
For more information call (850) 599-3861 or visit the website:
www.famu.edu/alumniaffairs
RETURN2ZERO will join the members of The Jacksonville
Children's Chorus in their Annual Spring Concert this year.
Entitled "Stars, Songs, Faces,"' on April 29th at 6:00 p.m. in the
Jacoby Symphony Hall of the Times Union Center for the
Performing Arts. For tickets and information or to audition for
the Children's Chorus, call (904) 346-1636 or visit: www.jax-
childrenschorus.com
GOSPEL JAMBOREE 2007 presented by The Pastor's Aide
Board at Greater New Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist
Church, located at 1953 W. 9th St., Dr. Percy Jackson, Sr.,
Pastor; and Dr. Percy Jackson, Jr., Co-Pastor, April 28th, at 6:00
p.m. Featuring; The Inspirational Daughters of Joy, Gainesville,
FL; Memorial Missionary Baptist Church Male Chorus,
Monticello, FL; Elder Robert Jackson and The New Spirit
Travelers; Golden Clouds Gospel Singers; Sunny Rose Gospel
Singers; and many more. For more info, call Sis. Rose Kirkland
ant 713-9183.
PROPHETIC WORD MINISTRIES PRESENTS
Replenishing the Oil 2007 Tour Women's Conference, Saturday,
April 28th, at the Hospitality Inn, located at 7071 103nd Street,
starting at 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Closing Services @ 7:00 p.m.
Conference Host is Prophetess Dr. D. Miller, Th.D., Pastor of
Prophetic Word Ministries. FREE. For more information, call
(407) 408-5225 or (904) 777-5700.
MT. HERMAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH located
at 5527 Redpoll Ave., Jacksonville, FL with Pastor A.L. Jordan,
Sr.is having Sister Ruthe Grant to present the "Bride Groom
Cometh," Sunday, April 29th at 4:00 p.m. Featuring Sisters;
Bessie Brown, Amanda King, Charda Cherry, Doris Bess, Debra
Rasheed, and Jackie Brunson. For more details, please call Sis.
Renee Jordan at (904) 768-1100.



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NEW ZION SPIRITUAL CHURCH, Bishop L.M. Laney,
Pastor, will be held on April 28th at 6:00 p.m. at Mt. Herman
Baptist Church located at 5527 Redppole Ave. with Rev. A.L.
Jordan, Pastor. Featuring just a few: Gospel Spiritual of
Brunswick, GA., Willie Williams & Sons of Temple of
Brunswich, GA, Florida Gospel Travelers, C.E.Laney Gospel
Choir, Min. L.D. Murphy & the Miracles, Rev. Robert Jackson
& the Spirit Travelers, Gospel Caravans. For more information,
contact Bishop Lela Laney at 713-9548.
SWEET INSPIRATION GOSPEL SINGERS invite you to
experience the awesome power of God by joining them Sunday,
April 29th at 7:00 p.m. at the Jesus Christ Deliverance Center
located at 5933 Flicker Ave., Rev. C.C. Kyle, Pastor. For more
information, please call 333-9025.
APPRECIATION BREAKFAST in Honor of A Legend
Deacon Henry Simmons, Saturday, May 19 at 8a.m to be held
at the St. Thomas Missionary Baptist Church located at 2119
Rowe Ave., Jacksonville. Rev. Ernie L. Murray, Sr., Pastor. For
more information, call (904) 768-8800.
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Sunday Celebration Service ........................ 10 a.m. 12:30 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 to join 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"

John Eric Prince, born Nov. 9, 1962 to Mr.
John and the late Mrs. Betty Prince. Graduate
of J. Ribault Senior HS, class of 81. John was
a family man with a deep and lasting love for
God. He was employed by Teph Seal Inc. as
SManager and was previously employed by
Simmons Mattress Co for 20 yrs. He founded
the Prince and Princess Baby Mattress Co. On
April 20, 2007, John was called home to be with his Holy Father.
He leaves behind a wife of sixteen yrs, Mrs. Tynia Renee Prince,
his daughters, Erica and Alexis, father, brothers and sisters,
mother-in-law, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews,
cousins and many friends. John's funeral service will be held on
Saturday, April 28th at 10 a.m. at St. Paul Missionary Baptist
Church, 3738 Winton Dr., Jacksonville, FL. with Pastor John
Gunn officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to
Vystar Credit Union, P.O. Box 45085, Jacksonville, FL 32232,
Acct # 702688535 for his children. Thank You.


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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.


DEATH NOTICES

AYER, James W., died April 22, 2007.
April 22, 2007. McINTIRE, Garrett J.,
BARNEY, Constance J., died April 14, 2007. A.B.
died April 18, 2007. Coleman Mortuary.
Alphonso West Mortuary. MURPHY, Ernestine,
BENJAMIN, Carnell, died April 20, 2007.
died April 17, 2007. PREYER, Freddie, died
BERRY, Lena K., died April 19, 2007.
April 22, 2007. PRINCE, John, died
BLADEN, Dorothy, died April 20, 2007.
April 16, 2007. A.B. RIGEL, Carol, died April
Coleman Mortuary. 16, 2007. A.B. Coleman
BREWER, Joseph, died Mortuary.
April 20, 2007. SISTRUNK, Lula Mae,
BROWN, Gregory, 49, died April 17, 2007.
died April 16, 2007. SMITH, Mary McNeal,
CAMBLESS, Wallace died April 23, 2007.
B., died April 20, 2007. Alphonso West Mortuary.
A.B. Coleman Mortuary. STACY, Sandra D., died
CANNON, Leslie, died April 20, 2007.
April 19, 2007. A.B. STEWART, Virginia,
Coleman Mortuary. died April 21, 2007.
COTTON, Leartis, died TAYLOR, James O., Jr.,
April 20, 2007. died April 21, 2007.
GRANT, Louis, died Alphonso West Mortuary.
April 15, 2007. WALLACE, Julia F.,
JONES, Donna K., died died April 20, 2007.
April 19, 2007. Alphonso West Mortuary.
LEWIS, Marva M., 46, WILLIAMS, Barbara,
died April 17, 2007. died April 21, 2007. A.B.
LEWIS, Terry L., Ji., Coleman Mortuary.
died April 20, 2007. WILLIAMS, Tamika,
LITTLE, Queen E., died died April 22, 2007.
April 21, 2007. A.B. WOODARD, Jeremiah
Coleman Mortuary. I., died April 22, 2007.
LUDAWAYf Arthur, died


The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
Sunday School .....................................9:30 a.m .
Sunday Morning Worship .......................11:00 a.m. ,
Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays
(Old Sanctuary)...................11:00 a.m. .
Tuesday Prayer Meeting............. ........ 7:30 p.m. r
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ............ 8:00 p.m. i'
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor I
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus*
(904) 764-5727 Church ...

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

Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
2036 Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
(904) 354-7249 Church


Bible Power Enrichment Hour
Sunday School 9:15 10:15 a.m.
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 died for our sins..was buried and Rose again" (see I Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 am.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach.......... 3rd and 4th Saturdays
"Call or Write Mt. Charityfor 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 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 am.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org


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

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

(912) 267-6395 (912) 996-4864 Cell
2705 MLK Blvd., Brunswick, GA 31520




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Happening On The First Coast"


The Holy Spirit truly led a mutual friend to intro-
duce her two friends to one another. One friend lived
in Atlanta, the other in Cleveland, Ohio. Voila! When
the two friends met, there was a connection. They
became closer in spite of the distance. Their relation-
ship grew via e-mails, telephone calls and weekend vis-
its. The couple decided that they wanted to be together
forever and on a lovely Saturday afternoon at Historic
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church Ms. Delia Ray McIntyre and
Vincent Wade Carter exchanged their wedding vows
in resplendent order before a host of family and friends
that traveled from far and near to share the moment.
Following the brilliant ceremony officiated by the
Reverend Brian C. Campbell the Reception was held
at the Five Points Theatre. Did you know that the old
theatre has been transformed into a dazzling Club with
valet parking? Awaiting the wedding party was a boun-
teous Buffet featuring Chef Harv6's well known cui-
sine.
The bride is Vice President of Interactive
Communications for the Atlanta, GA Arthritis
Foundation. The groom has relocated his Mortgage
Brokerage Company to Atlanta. The happy couple is at
home in Atlanta, of course.
******
Florida Commission on the Status of Women Elects
officers
The Florida Commission on the Status of Women
(FCSW) has for its 2007-2008 officers Mrs. Norma
White, L.H.D., Chair; Mrs. Claudia Kirk Barto,
Vice-Chair; Ms. Susanne Hebert, Treasurer; Ms.
Thelma Crump, Secretary; Ms. Laura McLeod,
Member at Large; and Mrs. M. Flore Lindor-
Latortue, Member at Large. The FCSW is a nonparti-
san board consisting of 22 members appointed by the
Governor, President of the Senate, Speaker. of the
House, and members of the Florida Cabinet, statutorily
created in 1991 and administratively housed in the
Office of the Attorney General Bill McCollum. The
Commission is dedicated to empowering women in
achieving their fullest potential, to eliminating barriers
to that achievement, and to recognizing women's
accomplishments.
Dr. Norma White, of Jacksonville was appointed
2000 by Commissioner of Insurance Bill Nelson and
received her second appointment in 2004 by President
of the Senate Jim King. Commissioner White worked
in the Duval County School District for 37 years, serv-
ing as band director, assistant principal, magnet coordi-
nator and music supervisor. Commissioner White was
the first female member of the famed FAMU
"Marching 100"-as well as the first female to direct
that band. Ms. Claudia Kirk Barto of West Palm Beach
is Executive Director of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
of West Palm Beach. Ms. Susanne Hebert of Tampa
serves as a corporate executive with Macy's Visual
Merchandising in Tampa. Ms. Thelma C. Crump is a
Regulatory Supervisor Consultant for the Florida
Public Service Commission. Ms. Laura McLeod of is
the President of McLeod & Associates Governmental
Consulting firm. Ms. Marie Flore Lindor-Latortue of
Miami is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Leadership and
Higher Education Administration and works for
Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami.
Additional information on the Commission is avail-
able from its web site at http://www.fcsw.net.

More on Reverend Hugh Chapman
Following last week's news of the Reverend
Chapman's induction as the new Rector at St. Phillip's
Episcopal Church on Page C-4/Regional News we
wanted to continue in this week's column with photos
of his family and the lovely choir that traveled from the
U.S. Virgin Islands to perform for the former pastor's
induction.
Again a spirited welcome to Reverend Chapman and
his lovely family!
********
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!


Newlyweds-Vincent Wade and Mrs. Delia Ray McIntyre Carter


S. '..'.. "".
The families of the newlyweds-Vincent Wade and Mrs. Delia Ray
McIntyre Carter.


Members of the Carter-Mclntyre Wedding rarty: Ms. Melssa
Flentroy, Ms. Chelsey Carter, Robert Marable, Jr. and Norman
Pennycooke.


The Reverend Chapman introduces St. Ursulas Episcopal Church,
U.S. Virgin Islands.




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by J. Carl Davis, Sr.


Mrs. Norma White, L.H.D., Chair; The Florida Commission on the
Status of Women (FCSW) presides at the commission's meeting.


Bridesmaids ofthe Carter-McIntyre Wedding with the bride and
groom: Mses.Taffye Hazel Starks,Monique Anderson, Melissa
Flentroy Tennant,Adrienne Mitchell, Ruby Ware,Caron Bolton,
Synedra Johnson, and Chelsey Carter.


The Florida Commission on the Status of Women (FCSW) officers for
2007-2008: Norma White, L.H.D., Chair; Claudia Kirk Barto, Vice-
Chair; Susanne Hebert, Treasurer; Thelma Crump, Secretary; Laura
McLeod, Member at Large; and M. Flore Lindor-Latortue, Member at
Large.


Mrs. Daisy Hicks and The Ken Hendersons.


Ki"ds under 4'9"'

are under-protected.


A TEPE FL' KIDS


Mesdames Jacqueline Tymes, Alabama House of Representatives,
Tiffany Webb, Atlanta, GA and Barbara Lenoble, Atlanta, GA


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Groomsmen with the bride and groom of the Carter-Mclntyre
Wedding Party: Bishop Carlton Hill, Geoffrey Warren, Norman
Pennycqcke, Victor Alan Carter, Michael Sniiiiler.i.Siii Wilson, and
Robert Marable.


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Sonny's Gets Healthy;


Eliminates Trans-Fat

It was just a matter of time. Sonny's Franchise Company
announces that all Sonny's Bar-B-Q restaurants will convert
their cooking process to a Zero Trans Fat Cooking Oil.
According to reports from the American Heart Association
and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Trans Fats
cause many health related issues including high cholesterol
and hardened arteries. In response to these reports, the FDA
recommends that consumers keep consumption of Trans
Fats at a minimum. Sonny's has chosen the healthier alter-
native of Soy bean oil. Jeff Yarmuth, President and Chief
Operating Officer of Sonny's Franchise Company, explains,
"The health of our guests is important to us.
We have eliminated the unhealthy Trans Fats from our
food while continuing to provide the same great tasting
'Feel Good' Bar-B-Q".
Sonny's didn't change the cooking process for everything
on the menu. The garlic bread, a guest favorite, was already
Trans Fat Free.
Floyd "Sonny" Tillman founded Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-
Q in 1968 in Gainesville, Florida. Today, Sonny's has more
than 145 restaurants in nine southeastern states.


State News Briefs
Callahan, Fl A 30-year-old Callahan man was
killed Wednesday when he was thrown out of his car
after it hit a tree, and then he was struck by a tractor trail-
er. John E. Ryder was driving south on U.S. 1 when he
lost control of his car.


Senate Approves $5mil



in Boot Camp Death


A Senate committee
Tuesday approved a $5 mil-
lion settlement between the
state and family of a teenag-
er who died after being
roughed up by juvenile boot
camp guards, sending it to
the chamber floor for a vote.
Lawmakers, though,
could still consider cutting
the settlement by half, as
recommended by a pair of
lawyers who reviewed the
case on behalf of the House
and Senate, while the
claims bill (SB 2968)
moves through the
Legislature.
Gov. Charlie Crist had
proposed the $5 million set-
tlement with the parents of
14-year-old Martin Lee
Anderson, who died a day
after guards kneed and
struck him and forced him
to breathe ammonia at the
boot camp in Panama City


last year. It was all caught
on videotape by a surveil-
lance camera.
"This vas a black eye in
the history of our state and
it was quite embarrassing,"
said Sen. Mandy Dawson,
who sits on the committee.
"I'm really happy that our
governor recognized that
we needed to move on and
ensure this is just not com-
mon practice.".
An initial autopsy
report blamed the death on
complications from sickle
cell trait. A second autopsy,
though, found Anderson
died from suffocation due
to being forced to inhale
the ammonia.
The bill would pay the
remaining $4.8 million of
the proposed settlement.
The camp, although run by
the Bay County Sheriffs
Department, was part of a


state program under the
Department of Juvenile
Justice.
Victor Crist, a Tampa
Republican,withdrew an
amendment that would have
cut the remaining payment
to $2.3 million, as recom-
mended by the legislative
lawyers.
It was clear, though, the
amendment would have
been defeated because the
two other committee mem-
bers present, Dawson, D-
Fort Lauderdale, and Sen.
Arthenia Joyner, D-Tampa,
favor the full settlement.
The Legislature appoint-
ed lawyers Jason Vail, rep-
resenting the Senate, and
Stephanie Birtman, for the
House, to hold a hearing on
the claim. While the settle-
ment was unopposed, the
lawyers, known as special
masters, recommended cut-


ting it in half
Vail told the committee
they assumed, based on a
study of other wrongful
death cases, a jury might
have returned a verdict of
$10 million. They then
decided the state was only
25 percent at fault.
They concluded the
sheriffs office, the seven
guards who were involved
and a camp nurse who stood
by without intervening
should shoulder the rest of
the blame. The guards and
nurse are facing manslaugh-
ter charges, and the sheriffs
office has separately settled
with Anderson's parents for
$2.4 million.
Benjamin Crump, a
lawyer for the teen's par-
ents, said he disagreed with
the special masters'
assumption. "We think a
verdict of much higher than
$10 million would have
been returned. "If you are
going to make an assump-
tion, we hope that you
would give the benefit of
the doubt to the victims."
The family had original-
ly sued for $40 million.


New Smyrna

Man Goes Down

in Pot Bust

Firearms and 118 mari-
juana plants were seized
this morning during a raid
just west of New Smyrna
Beach at the Timber View
Drive home of Oscar
Peatross.
The 55 year-old was
found outside his home hid-
ing in bushes with night
vision equipment, accord-
ing to the Volusia County
Sheriffs Office.
He is facing several
charges, including cultiva-
tion of marijuana, and was
booked at the Volusia
County Jail in Daytona
Beach on $10,500 bail.
The East Volusia
Narcotics Task Force agents
had been investigating
Peatross for two months.
In addition to the plants
and firearms, agents found
2.7 pounds of cultivated
marijuana divided into plas-
tic bags, approximately
$4,500 in cash, growing
equipment, scales, hypoder-
mic needles and several
marijuana growing maga-
zines and handbooks.


13 Students

Injured in

Bus Rollover

Speed was a contribut-
ing factor in the crash of a
school bus Tuesday morn-
ing in Navarre, according to
the Florida Highway Patrol.
Thirteen of the 40 mid-
dle school students on board
the bus at the time were
transported to a hospital, the
FHP said. All of the injuries
were reported to be minor,
except for one student who
was admitted to Sacred
Heart Hospital in Pensacola
in guarded condition.
The bus was traveling
west on Shoni Drive when
the driver failed to negotiate
the curve due to the speed of
the bus, the FHP reported.
The bus overturned onto its
right side.
The FHIq said that
"charges are pending."


Blues Lose an Angel


Last Fatality Was in 1999 in Georgia -

Jacksonville NAS Was 1st Home to Angels -


Lt Cmdr. Kevin Davis lost his life doing what he loved to
do. He was a Blue Angel.
Lt. Cmdr. Kevin J. Davis' flag-draped casket was return
to NAS Pensacola this past Wednesday, at approximately
2:30 p.m. aboard "Fat Albert,"
The Blue Angels' C-130 transport aircraft. Members of
the Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron will be on hand to
render full military honors.
Davis, 32, the No. 6
Blues pilot, was killed
Saturday when his F/A-18
Hornet clipped the top of a
pine tree and crashed during
an air show in Beaufort, S.C.
"The spirit of the pilot is
in the arms of a loving God,"
said Rob Reider, a minister ,
who was the announcer for .
the air show. .
The crash happened as
the team was performing its
final maneuver Saturday
afternoon during the air
show. The team's six pilots \
were joining from behind the
crowd of thousands to form a triangle shape known as a
delta, but Davis' jet did not join the formation.
Moments later, his jet crashed just outside Marine Corps
Air Station Beaufort, with debris hitting homes in a neigh-
borhood about 35 miles northwest
of Hilton Head Island, S.C. Eight
people on the ground were injured,
and some homes were damaged.
Davis, a decorated pilot who
joined the Blue Angels in 2005, had
.previously served as an announcer
for the air shows, Reider said. He
also handled celebrity flights, and
flew with stars such as Kelly
Clarkson, actor James Franco and
University of Oklahoma football
coach Bob Stoops.
His parents were in the crowd The squadron's Trans
when the plane crashed, said Tom aircraft, affectionately
McGill, a former neighbor in is the only Marine Co
Davis' hometown. nently assigned to su
The last fatal Blue Angel crash squadron.
was in 1999, when a pilot and crew-
mate died while practicing for air shows with the five other
Blue Angels jets at a base in Georgia. Saturday's crash was
the 26th fatality in the team's 60-year history.
The Blue Angels are unique from other jet aviators
because they don't wear the traditional G-suits that most jet
pilots use to avoid blacking out during maneuvers that exert,
strong gravitational forces. The suits inflate around the
lower body to keep blood in the brain, but that could cause a
pilot to bump the control stick a potentially deadly move
when flying inches from other planes.
After the deadly 1999 crash in Georgia, the Navy's air
training chief ordered the Blue Angels to insider wearing
G-suits. An investigation determined that the most likely


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cause of that crash was that the pilot was momentarily
impaired because of a prior rib injury. Pain from the rib
injury might have kept the pilot from tensing his abdominal
muscles during a turning causing him to suffer tunnel vision.
The Blue Angels have a close tie to Jacksonville and the
Southeast. At the end of World War II, Adm. Chester W.
Nimitz, the Chief of Naval Operations, ordered the forma-
tion of a flight demonstration
team to keep the public
interested in Naval Aviation.
The Blue Angels performed
their first flight demonstra-
tion less than a year later in
June 1946 at their home
Base, Naval Air Station
S(NAS) Jacksonville, Florida.
Flying the Grumman F6F
ow. a Hellcat, they were led by Lt.
S Cmdr. Roy "Butch" Voris.
Voris selected two fellow
instructors to join him Lt.
Maurice "Wick" Wickendoll
and Lt. Mel Cassidy, both
veterans of the War in the
Pacific, and the three spent
countless hours developing the show. The group perfected
its initial maneuvers in secret over the Florida Everglades so
that, in Voris' words, ".. .if anything happened, just the alli-
gators would know." The team's first demonstration before
Navy officials took place on May
10, 1946 and was met with enthusi-
astic approval.
On June 15 Voris led a trio of
Grumman F6F-5 Hellcats, specially
modified to reduce weight and
painted sea blue with gold leaf trim,
through their inaugural 15-minute-
long performance at their home
base at Naval Air Station
Jacksonville (NAS Jax), Florida.
The group, known simply as the
"Navy Flight Exhibition Team,"
ort C-130 hercules thrilled spectators with low-flying
known as Fat Albert, maneuvers performed in tight for-
is aircraft perma- nations, and (according to Voris) by
port a Navy "...keeping something in front of the
crowds at all times. My objective
was to beat the Army Air Corps. If
we did that, we'd get all the other side issues. I felt that if we
weren't the best, it would be my naval career."
The "Blues" continued to perform nationwide includ-
ing one year, 1949, in a blinding all-yellow scheme with blue
markings. At the start of the Korean War in 1950, due to
.a shortage of pilots the team was disbanded and its mem-
bers were ordered to combat duty.
The Blue Angels were officially recommissioned on
October 25, 1951, and reported to NAS Corpus Christi,
Texas. Lt. Cdr. Voris was again tasked with acisembliing the
team he was the first of only two commanding officers to
lead them twice.


About the

Hornet

The McDonnel
Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
is a carrier-borne fighter
and tactical strike air-
craft capable of flying
up to 50,000 feet at
speeds in excess ofMpach
1.7. Power for this flying
machines comes from
two F404-GE-40 turbo-
jets that can develop
over 16,000 lbs of thrust.
The Hornet incorpo-
rates a quadruple-redun-
dant digital fly-by-wire
flight control system, the
first of its kind to be
installed in a production
aircraft. It works by hav-
ing stick and rudder
inputs being directed
into a computer which
interprets them and
issues the appropriate
commands to the various
control surfaces.
The FBW system
will not allow the pilot
to overstress the air-
frame. The system oper-
ates by the principal of
majority vote. In the
unlikely event of all four
systems failing, there are
electrical backups for all
control surfaces.
There is even a direct
mechanical backup for
the horizontal tail sur-
face which will give the
pilot some degree, of
pitch control in an
extreme emergency.
The dorsal spine of
the Hornet houses the
aircraft's main fuel tanks
containing almost 1400
gallons of fuel.
The Hornet had
always been intended as
a single-seater, so a lot
of attention was paid to
reducing the pilot work-
load by the extensive use
of automation. The
Hornet has what has
become to be known as a
"glass" cockpit, with
many of the dial-type
instruments being elimi-
nated and the informa-
tion that they provide
being displayed on cath-
ode-ray tubes similar to
computer monitors.


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Earth Day Attracts the Juanita Millender-McDonald lEI
A aft L&neSMAh0& bih


Candidates & Opinions

One of the things that made the first Earth Day stand out
was that it cut across political lines. On that April day in
1970, Republicans and Democrats alike spoke out on the
importance of confronting major environmental problems
head on without political bias.
In today's political environment that bipartisanship may
seem foreign or as a minimum, an outmoded relic of the
past.
Today we see this political backdrop looming like a


Even President Bush...


acknowl-


edged the threat in his 2007 State-of-the-
Union address.

black cloud over the battle to enact realistic climate change
treatys and legislation.
While environmentalists issues of the past were confined
to the Democratic left and the environmental movement, cli-
mate change has entered the mainstream of American poli-
tics.
This change is evidenced by greater extremes in weather
prolonged heat waves, record droughts, rising sea levels,
melting polar ice caps, retreating glaciers, and the threat of
stronger storms.
Even President Bush who spent the first six years of his
administration down-playing global warming, acknowl-
edged the threat in his 2007 State-of-the-Union address.
On this Earth Day political candidates and environmen-
talists alike are painting a picture much worse than envi-
sioned less than a decade earlier.
Many believe that global warming and climate change is
the biggest environmental threat humanity will face in the
21st century. Caused by an overabundance of the heat-trap-
ping gas, carbon dioxide, in the earth's atmosphere, global
warming has caused changes in climate worldwide as well
as disruptions and dislocations in habitats and wildlife..
The concern is not just America. French President
Jacques Chirac has stated "Our*house is burning down and
we are blind to it. The earth and humankind are in danger
and we are all responsible. It is time to open our eyes.
Alarms are sounding across all continents. We cannot say
we did not know! Climate warming is still reversible."


Edwards Courts

Black Votes at

Benedict College

With most black voters focusing on the campaigns of
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama for the
Democratic presidential nomination, former U.S. senator
and vice presidential nominee John Edwards is making a
strong push to attract support from African Americans.
Edwards' populist message as a fighter against poverty
and inequality resonates with millions of low-income
African Americans. On his campaign Web site he features
blog entries on the crisis in Darfur, AIDS in Uganda, and the
continuing plight of the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Recently, Edwards took his campaign to Benedict
College, the historically black educational institution in
Columbia, South Carolina. There he called for increased aid
to education in African nations. Edwards said the United
States must be "committed to the long-term interest of
humanity" regardless of whether it doesn't "seem to be in
our short-term interest." Edwards also touched on the issue
of the Sudan and AIDS in Africa during his Benedict
College speech.
What apparently pleased the crowd most was his call for
the federal government to make a college education more
affordable and to ensure that students do not leave school
with "crushing debt for years and years and years."
Edwards' poll numbers have increased since it was
announced that his wife is once again undergoing treatment
for cancer.

National News Briefs

Washington, DC Israel will name a forest in
northern Galilee after Coretta Scott King as the country
replants thousands of trees destroyed during last year's
war with Hezbollah.
The Coretta Scott King Forest will comprise at least
10,000 trees and be a living memorial to King's legacy of
peace and justice, Israel's U.S. Ambassador Sallai
Meridor said Thursday at a Washington ceremony
launching the initiative.

London, U.K. Hugh Grant has been arrested for
allegedly throwing a container of baked beans at a pho-
tographer, London police said.
The Metropolitan Police don't identify suspects who
haven't been charged, but said a 46-year-old man was
arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of assault and
released on bail. No charges have been filed, police said.
Grant's lawyers weren't immediately available for com-
merit.


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Seven-Term Calif. Rep. Dies

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus and the U.
S. Congress are mourning one of its own this week as House
Administration Chairwoman and CBC member Juanita
Millender-McDonald (D-Calif.) died of colon cancer
Saturday. She was 68.
"Juanita was not only our colleague; she was a woman of
supreme character, a devoted
leader and a dear friend,'
Congresswoman Carolyn
Cheeks Kilpatrick, chair of the
Congressional Black Caucus,
says in a statement. "History
will record her as the first
African-American woman to
.chair a full committee in the
United States of House of
Representatives; our hearts will
revere her as a fearless leader Juanita Millender-McDonald
who vowed to enhance our local Democratic Rep. California
and global communities
through tireless service and timely advocacy.'
McDonald leaves a legacy of 'firsts'. She was the first
African-American woman to serve on the Carson City
Council; the first African-American woman to render the
national Democratic response to President Bush's weekly
radio address; the first to be named honorary curator of the
Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach; and the first
Democratic chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women's
Issues.
'Juanita Millender-McDonald was a trailblazer, always
advocating for the full participation of all Americans in the
success and prosperity of our country,' House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi said in a statement. 'The dignity with which
she faced her illness was an indication of the determination
with which she always served the people of her district.'
Congresswoman Juanita Millender-McDonald also
fought avidly for election reform in the wake of voting irreg-
ularities and voter disenfranchisement.


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attends Englewood Middle School.


VOL. 12 NO. 56
Published Weekly
By The Star
April 28, 2007


A/B Honor Roll student Steven Brooks.
Steven attends Darnell Cookman Middle
School.

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recognize their clients that made A B honor
roll. These are the student., that made the A B
Slonor Roll for tihe 3rd semester.
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the A and or B luonor Roll will receive a gift
cerlilici 1 their oul.standiinlg job. lhi-; is
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Parental Tools For Your Child's Graduation


Countdown to Commencement and
Beyond

These suggestions are to make the
graduation process easier and less
stressful for families of graduating sen-
iors.

1. Visit your child's school regularly
to check on their accumulated and need-
ed graduation credits.
2. Talk to your child's teachers) to
monitor behavior to make sure that ritu-
als and routines are followed.
3. Make a point of knowing the
graduation countdown calendar for
deadlines Prom, Senior Class trip and
other activities.
4. Talk to the school guidance coun-
selor about applications for school (col-
lege, trade school, etc), financial aid
and scholarship availability.
5. Cooperate with your child or
negotiate travel arrangements for Prom
and graduation trips/events. If there
is drinking, who will be the designated
driver?


6. Prepare for FCAT retakes if nec-
essary. Find out when FCAT retesting
will be given in your respective coun-
ties in Florida. Search for tutors if you
suspect there maybe problems.
7. If necessary, talk to your child's
teachers) about any necessary make-up
or extra credit work needed for passing
grades.
8. Make any hair, nail or beauty
appointments now before May gets here
to avoid the rush and cost increase.
9. Remind your child of the two
institutions that want their attendance
Correctional (Prison) and Instructional
(Higher Education). Make sure they
understand the difference.
10. Check your child's academic
(Cumulative) folder for items that may
delay graduation or entrance into col-
lege, trade school or the military.
11. Make sure all deposits and fees
are paid in full before graduation.
12. Know your child's GPA. Is it
weighted or un-weighted?
13. Make sure your child takes the
SAT and the ACT. Many HBCU's


accept ACT scores and SAT. Use
whichever gives you a better chance of
getting into college.
14. Work on your child's Marketable
Skills to obtain a job this summer.
Saving money for school to purchase
incidental items.
15. Set Academic, Professional and
Career goals now so your child will
have a flexible plan.
16. Stay involved in your communi-
ty Volunteer hours to help others.
17. Search online and inquire with
local businesses about summer intern-
ships.
18. Join local business organizations
like Chamber of Commerce's to gain
marketable skills and get a jump on
career goals.
19. Participate in your church events
and activities.
20. If possible during the summer
visit the school environment to make
sure you are familiar with the area.

William Jackson, Duval County Public
Schools, Edward Waters College
William.jackson@ewc.edu


What Are Some Resume Writing Tips? I


How To Write An
Effective Resume
From Teens4Hire.org and
Jobweb.com

Before you start your
resume, take time to do a
self-assessment on paper.
Outline your skills and abil-
ities as well as your work
experience and extracurric-
ular activities. This will
make it easier to prepare a
thorough resume.
Then get started on the
following ten steps:
1. Contact information
Put your full name at
the top of the resume and
provide your full address,
telephone number, and
e-mail.
2. Objective


Here you want to state
why you are sending your
resume to this 'particular
company.
3. Education
Name your school,
grade level, GPA if you are
an above average student,
and names of any particular
challenging classes you
may have taken.
4. Employment
If you've been
employed, list your
employers here starting
with the most recent. State
name of employer, your job
title, dates of employment
and your main duties.
5. Other work experi-
ence
If you've worked for
yourself doing odd jobs, list


them here.
6. Volunteer or com-
munity service experience
If you have any non-
paid experience, list it here.
7. Special talents and
skills
Name any special tal-
ents or skills you've
acquired that might be use-
ful to an employer. Include
any special projects you
may have done.
8. Honors and awards
Name any specific
recognition you've
received for academic, ath-
letic, or community service
activities.
9. Extracurricular
Activities
Name any clubs or
associations you belong to


as well as activities outside
of school including your
hobbies and interests.
10. References
Be prepared to name at
least two people list (name,
company, address, phone or
email and their relationship
to you) who will speak
favorably about you. Make
sure it's OK with them
before you give out their
names. You want your ref-
erences to be prepared to
give you the best recom-
mendation they can when
they are contacted by a
potential employer.
After you've written
your resume, take time to
have it reviewed and cri-
tiqued by someone. Get a
friend (an English major


would do nicely) to do a
grammar review. The more
people who see your
resume, the more likely that
misspelled words and awk-
ward phrases will be seen
(and corrected).


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HONOR ROLL continued from front cover


A/B Honor Roll student Jordan Dawkins. Jordan attends Hendricks
Avenue Elementary School.


A/B Honor Roll student Jalen Pierce and
Grandmother. Jalen attends Mandarin Oaks
Elementary School.


(above) A/B Honor Roll student Devontaid Martin with his
Mother and Sister. Devontaid attends Matthew Gilbert Middle
School.


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(to the right) Barbers at Cox Art of Hair Barber Shop; Mr.
Hubert Cox, Ms. Gloria Turner, Mr. Marcus Cox, and Ms.
Ozell Gertman.


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Andrew Robinson Unveils NEW ENGINEERING LAB and Presents

Science Extravaganza 2007 1' \ S 'v


Duval County Public
School Superintendent Joe
Wise, Duval County Public
Schools Board Members,
Mark Morley, P.E.,
President, The Ohmega
Group, teachers, parents
and students attended the
ribbon cutting ceremony
for Andrew Robinson
Elementary's new engi-
neering lab.
The engineering lab
features interactive stations
where student teams com-
plete missions and learn to
think in creative ways.
Families were invited
to explore and discover
student projects, Mrs.
Cue's Science Show and
over 20 exciting exhibits
and activities at the
school's Science
Extravaganza later that
evening.
Andrew Robinson
Elementary enables stu-


dents to explore math, sci-
ence and pre-engineering
concepts in the classroom.
This year's Science
Extravaganza will provide
Jacksonville families with
the opportunity to experi-
ence over 20 exhibits and
interactive activities
exploring the wonderful
world of science.
The school is proud to
announce the completion
of their new engineering
lab. The lab is the only one
of its kind in Northeast
Florida for primary stu-
dents. The ribbon cutting
ceremony took place on
Thursday, April 26, 2007,
at 2 p.m., before the
Science Extravaganza that
evening, at 6:30 p.m.
Both events were held
on the campus in Historic
Springfield, 101 West 12th
Street, Jacksonville, FL in
the Multi-Purpose room.


Andrew Robinson is
one of seven newly revised
Inspirations magnet pro-
grams. Duval County
Public Schools' magnet
programs began in 1991,
and are nationally
acclaimed as a school
choice program. School
choice programs serve
more than 30,000 students


offering options that
include charter schools;
special academic pro-
grams; career academies
and the magnet programs.
The magnet themes offered
by schools range from avi-
ation to visual and per-
forming arts.
Four magnet high
schools consistently rank


among the nation's "Top
100" by Newsweek maga-
zine. For more information
visit:
grams.com/> www.mag-
netprograms.com and
om/>
www.duvalchoice.com.


THE ANNUAL CHANDRA CHEESEBOROUGH TRACK MEET

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The Annual Chandra
Cheeseborough Track
Meet pays tribute to their
former educator and track
coach, Ms. Gwendolyn
Maxwell. Ribault sur-
prised her with a prayer.
Breakfast was given in
her honor before the start
of the meet events.


During the interview
with the legendary Coach
Maxwell, Chandra
Cheeseborough was
standing by her side (who
Coach Maxwell helped
coach into greatness).
Coach Maxwell has been
named the Hall of Fame
Girls' Track Coach of the


Year five times, the
Florida nominee for
National Coach of the
year three times, and
selected as National High
School Athletic Coaches
Association Region III
Girls Track State
Committee. Ms.
Maxwell, who has been


PAYS TRIBUTE TO COACH MAXWELL


retired for the past 11
years, said that she was
very, very, very surprised
by the turn of events
today! Most of all, on
April 7, 2007, Coach
Maxwell was inducted
into the FHSAA High
School Hall of Fame and
Ribault High School's
Wall of Fame!
When Ms.
Cheeseborough was
asked how she felt about
honoring her former high
school coach and mentor,
she responded by saying,
"Oh, man, it's a given,
you know, when someone
pours out a gift to you,
it's easy to give back. But
Coach Maxwell was
unselfish, she gave a lot
of her time.
Ms. Cheeseborough
has been at Tennessee
State as the Ladies Track
and. Field Coach for 13


years and their program is
going well. chandra is
also a two time Olympic
Gold Medalist. .
Coach Maxwell also
coached basketball, vol-
leyball, tennis, cross
country, as well as what
many believed to be her
specially sport, track and
field. Maxwell also
coached Olympic gold
Medalist, Dannette
Young.
Long time athletic
director and legendary
Girl's Basketball Coach,

Alfred Austin says that
Coach Maxwell deserves
everything that she has
received. She has done so
much for the school, her
name is still ringing in the
school's hallways. Also
in her honor, Ribault has
named their track after
coach Maxwell.


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Why did the woman take a
loaf of bread to bed with her?
To feed her nightmare!

What city cheats at exams?
Peking!

What makes the leaning
Tower of Pisa lean?
It doesn't eat much!

Why is Alabama the smartest
state in the USA?
Because it has 4 A's and one
B!

Who invented fire?
Some bright spark!

Have you ever seen a
duchess?


Yes it's the same as an
English "s"!

What followed the dinosaur?
It's tail!

Did you hear about the mad
scientist who put dynamite in
his fridge?
They say it blew his cool!

Would you like a duck egg for
tea?
Only if you quack it for me!

I've got a wonder watch. It
only cost fifty cents.
Why is it a wonder watch?
Because every time I look at
it I wonder if it is still work-
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Seniors

Graduation

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Are You

Ready?
To the class of 2007:
Seniors, the- time is
winding down across the
state for your anticipated
graduation ceremonies in
the spring. Your family's
hopes and dreams are
building with great prom-
ise for this anticipated
commencement in cele-
bration of your great
accomplishments. The
accumulation of not just
four years of high school
education, but also the
amassing of 12 years of
education designed to
prepare you for the work-
ing world or higher edu-
cational opportunities.


Many parents had per-
sonal questions when you
entered into kindergarten;
have I, as a parent, pre-
pared my child for public
education, are the teach-
ers qualified, how will my
child interact with other
children, will their
instructional needs be
administered to? During
your elementary years a
foundation was being
laid, just like the founda-
tion of a house. A strong
house that will last for
years has a strong founda-
tion. As Master
Homebuilder, Michael


Thornton of "Skies the
Limit Contractors" stated,
"a home is built on a
Footer that is made from
concrete and rebar". Your
foundation is built on the
C.O.R.E. academic areas
of Reading, Writing,
Arithmetic, and Language
Arts. These are based on
State Standards that are
the guidelines of class-
room instruction. Without
this foundation you may
have faced deficiencies in
academic preparation,
frustration, and this may
have lead to potential dis-
ciplinary characteristics.
Author, Salome
Thomas-El (I Choose to
Stay) wrote about his
experiences as an educa-
tor with over two decades
in education as a teacher
and administrator. He
attributed his success
with children stating, "I
think the key is that most
of the time I've never
given up," he stated. "I
have high expectations
for everyone. Every child,
if we believe in them
enough even when they
don't believe in them-
selves, eventually they
realize. they can be suc-
cessful-success breeds
success". Parents should
understand that despite
our children's challenges


whether they are academ-
ic, behavioral or social,
we must never give up on
children and consistently
encourage success, pro-
mote a constant thirst for
learning. Thomas-El sup-
ports the firm belief that,
"children learn more from
watching us than from lis-
tening to us. Eighty-five
percent of communica-
tion is nonverbal". This
being said we as parents
model for our children.
The adage, "Do as I say
and not as I do", does not
work and is contradictory
to educating our children
the right way. If we drink,
statistically our children
will drink, if we smoke,
they will smoke, but if we
read, they will read, if we
watch the news and read
the newspaper, they will
do so as well. We have to
be consistent in our posi-
tive actions and include
our children with us in
these positive activities.
Modeling successful
behavior must be com-
mon practice not just for
show. Children will see
past the facade of "good
behavior" and further
damage will be done by a
loss of trust and respect.
August 2006 was the
time high school seniors
should be serious; in


preparation and prayer for
various assessments that
determine their future;
They will be administered
various graduation tests at
their high schools, ACT
(American College Test),
and SAT (Scholastic
Aptitude Test). These
along with a good GPA
are precursors to entry
into college, trade school
or vocational school, the
military has their own
assessment ASVAB
Exam. Statistics (U.S.
Census Bureau 2002)
states that, "those with
higher degrees make up
to 60 percent more than
those without". The other
alternative is a grim pic-
ture painted by findings
from Harvard University
and the U.S. Census
Bureau. There are esti-
ARE YOU


mates that 5 million black
men are in the United
States between the ages of
20 and 39. These men are
faced by a variety `bf
social challenges that aim
to deprive them of educa-
tion, employment and a
happy life that non-
minorities take for grant-
ed. Among many finding
(U.S. Census 2002):
About 16 percent of black
men in their twenties whio
were not college students
were either in jail or in
prison. Almost 60 percent
of black male high school
dropouts in their early
thirties have spent time in
prison. In 2000, about 65
percent of black male
high-school dropouts had
no jobs, either because
they couldn't find wor!or
because they were in jail.
These are the realities that
must be addressed by our
parents, supporting our
youth is imperative to
their success. We cannot
consistently rely on com-
munity/political leaders
who are in political
offices with glass ceil-
ings. Ask our seniors (eld-
erly) when a representa-
tive (political) personally
asked them their opinion
about education, crime,
health insurance and
unemployment when it
was not an election year.

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Our Black politicians
and religious leaders are
charged with helping to
bring quality services to
4...sist our youth to take
the correct road to excel-
lence, not the road to
poverty, crime and unem-
ployment, but as parents
we should be their first
teachers and role models.
Yes, our children's first
teachers are their parents,
but parents need help too.
Parents need tools to keep
learning a family affair
tlat encourages everyone
in the household to gain
knowledge of and change
their views on the impor-
tance of education.
Education enables our
young people to come to
the table and compete, not
just show up to grasp the
remaining crumbs of min-
imum wage or welfare.
Despite the dire circum-
stances presented by the
media there is still hope.
As Harry Holzer, a pro-
fessor of public policy at
Georgetown University
states, "solutions will be
rooted in education and
employment. I think we
need to emphasize three
broad approaches: a range
of education, training and
youth development, espe-
cially in middle school
and high school, to pre-


S


vent boys from discon-
necting and to prepare
them for the labor mar-
ket." Holzer further
explains, "The girls are
graduating more, but it's
almost as if these young
boys look down the road
and sense a bleak future
and they disconnect early
a self-fulfilling prophe-
cy." So I ask, the Seniors
of 2007, what !is your
mental state and what
direction are you working
towards? This does not
have to be questioned
with continued and deter-
mined parental participa-
tion in our children's
lives. What will it take to
get more graduating suc-
cesses from our high


we accept this travesty to
a culture and let someone
determine our future.


incarceration for the
young Black men and
women. What kind of role
model is someone for you
that promotes profanity,
racial slurs, and sponsors
ignorance and violence?
How does this help you,
especially with your
preparation to' take the
SAT and ACT assess-
ments? We are a village
of educators; all of us
have something to bring
to the table either from


formal education or life
experiences. Let's use it to
elevate our children's
educational radiance not
diminish their potential
through sexually sugges-
tive dancing and a thug
mentally that may lead to
a life of crime, violence
and incarceration.
High School Seniors
what is your mental state
and what direction are
you going in???


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schools?
We as a culture
(Blacks) have always
supported education and
excellence, but within the
last 6 years many of our
children have embraced
the negativity that is
reflected on us from the
entertainment industry, do
we push forward to
inspire our youth to the
greatness that they are
destined to become or do


Standardized assess-
ments should not stop us
if slavery, segregation and
racism can't. Seniors, you
are the class of 2007, use
positive role models to
promote education and
excellence in your quest
for greatness, not the
entertainment industry
that promotes degradation
of your sisters, humilia-
tion of your mothers, and
a preconceived notion of


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Local News Briefs

Jacksonville, FL The Jacksonville Sister Cities Association is presenting on May 8
the 2007 Global Trade and Commerce Expo, an event bringing together those interested
in trade with Jacksonville's six Sister Cities: Nantes, France; Port Elizabeth, South
Africa; Bahia Blanca, Argentina; Murmansk, Russia; Masan, South Korea; and Yinkgou,
China. The event is open to the public. It will be held Tuesday, May 8 from 5:30 p.m. to
8 p.m. at the Haskell Building at 111'Riverside Ave.

Tallahhssee. FL Saying that her confirmation by the Florida Legislature would be
"unlikely," Florida A&M Trustees chairwoman Chalis Lowe today withdrew her name
from consideration for another term on the board. Notification of her decision came in
a letter today to Carolyn Roberts, chairwoman of the Florida Board of Governors which
oversees the state university system and to whom all BOTs report.

Jacksonville, FL. Join the City of Jacksonville and Sail Jacksonville, Inc. this com-
ing weekend as they celebrate Jacksonville's maritime heritage with Sail Jacksonville.
Jacksonville's riverfront will come alive with the beauty of tall ships from around the
world. The three-day festival will include a variety of activities that feature our scenic
riverfront, including in-the-water events, such as the Pirate Battle for Treasure, land-side
demonstrations and events including boat building, seamanship demonstrations, live
entertainment, children's activities at the Lil" Mates Play Dock and more!

Jacksonville, FL. Mayor John Peyton was today joined by City Council Member
Pat Lockett-Felder and Capt. Dick Norman, son of the late Richard E. Norman, for a
news conference to unveil plans to renovate Norman Studios; an historic silent film stu-
dio complex in the heart of Old Arlington. The property contains four buildings which
were once the home and creative center of filmmaker Richard E. Norman.
Starting in early May, the buildings will undergo significant renovations to enhance
their aesthetics and restore structural integrity. Enhancements will include selective
masonry repairs; re-roofing; lead abatement; repair and/or replacement of historic exte-
rior finishes; repair and/or replacement of windows and doors, etc.


St. Augustine

Debates Old

Trees Future

The charm of St.
Augustine is that there so
many old things: old build-
ings, an old fort, old streets.
old bridges and even old
trees.
Many of the old trees
along Sevilla Street in


downtown St. Augustine are
over 100 years old.
They are now becoming
the center of the City's
attention not because of
their age but over a question
of safety.
Flagler College's Stu-
dent Center is being built
right next to them.
St. Augustine City
Manager Bill Harriss said
there is some concern that
during the construction of
the college's student center,


FCAT Scores Show

Improvements in

Writing Statewide

The percent of Florida students meeting
state standards for writing on the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment Test increased
slightly from last year, according to reports
released by the Department of Education on
Wednesday.
Statewide, 78 percent of fourth graders
met the goals, compared to 76 last year; 86
percent of eighth graders met the goals,
compared to 83 last year; and 79 percent of
tenth graders met the goals, compared to 78
last year.
Writing scores have been gradually


some of the trees' roots may
have been cut.
City commissioners ini-
tially voted to cut the trees
down.
But, due to the public's
outcry, city commissioners
have reconsidered their vote
and have chosen to hire an
independent arborist who'll
inspect the trees. The goal is
to see if it's safer to chop
them down and replant or if
it's okay to allow the old
giants to remain.


improving over the past few years.
Typically, schools do best on this part of the
test. The writing scores will be used, along
with reading, math and science, to calculate
school grades.
Duval County fourth- and eighth-graders
improved slightly and .10th-graders
remained steady. These results reflect the
statewide trend for their peers.
The proficiency rate for Baker County
fourth- and eighth-graders declined from
last year. Those scores continue to lag far
below their peers statewide.
A staggering 94 percent of Nassau
County eighth-graders scored proficiently
on their essays. No other county's eighth-
graders scored higher..
In two weeks reading and math scores
will be released.


Pough Ashanta-Barker Exchange


Their Wedding Vows in Jacksonville

On Saturday, March ., ..
24, 2007, Tracie S.
Pough, daughter of '
Ruby and .Charles
Pough will wed
Terrance L. Ashanta-
Barker, son of LaVerne -
Carter (Cincinnati, OH), :'
at Shiloh Metropolitan
Baptist Church.
Tracie, one of : I
Jacksonville's own pro-
t6g6's, graduated from
Ribault High School,
attended Rollins
.College and received
her Master's degree
from Florida State
University. She is cur
rently living and work-
ing in Washington, DC as The Bride and Groom
Chief of Staff for U.
S. Representative /
Debbie Wasserman
Schultz (D-Fla.)
It was in
Tallahassee that she
met her fiancee',
Terrance. He was
doing post graduate
work at FSU's
College of Law.
Terrance is currently
an associate in the
Business and Finance
Department of Taft,
Stettinius & Holiister
LLP, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Tracie and
Terrance chose
Jacksonville to host Pough Ashanta-Barker Wedding Party
their weekend wed-
ding celebration,
"Southern Elegance in
Spring". Over 200 guests
were treated to a delightful
Welcome Reception on
Friday before the wedding at
the Omni Hotel, a Garden
Brunch Reception at The
Club Continental on the St.
Johns River, following the
marriage ceremony on
Saturday and a Gospel Jazz
Farewell Luncheon at the
Ritz Theatre & La Villa
Museum, on Sunday.
Stephanie Pough, the
bride's sister, was her Maid of .
Honor and Adrian Barker, the
groom's brother, is the Best
Man. After a trip to the
Caribbean, the couple will
reside in Cincinnati. Beautiful Wedding Cake


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GOD Goes Shopping
by Ester Da\ is


I am still constantly amazed at the many \\ays :,;;
God's blesses: the "\\hat's-best-foi-you" things, the
big things, the impossible things, the seen things. .
the unseen things. the clear choices. But ii is the lit- Y t:
tie things \\ith purpose, diversity and sensibility .
that are etchlled in the corners of \-ourr heart. gi\ ing .-
lyrics to your song.
Take shopping. I don't discriminate when it comes to shopping. Ijust like to
shop. I shop anywhere. No real allegiance to any fashion designer. No special store.
No certain label. New, resale, garage, Salvation Army, Thriftown. What I like, I
like, irregardless of what the magazines or fashion week say is in vogue. Like most
of America, I am not hot'on shopping malls. They have had a long honeymoon peri-
od and we are now looking for greener pastures. After visiting Korea, and being
able to shop all night with the rest of the world, malls close too early in America.
Texans tell newcomers, if you don't like the weather in Texas, you haven't been
here long enough. Texas has this crazy weather pattern. We have no season where
the weather does as expected. We have all kinds of weather in all seasons some-
times in just one day we will experience winter, spring, summer and fall. Very sim-
ply, if you do not listen to the weather the night before, you will regret it the next
day. Which is what happened to me recently. The weather was forecasted for 30
degrees at 7 a.m., 70 degrees by noon and back to 45 degrees by the 10 p.m. news.
Well, by 11 a.m. it was hot and time to shed the 100 percent wool, even with the air
conditioner on. So the closest thought was to visit a quaint little vintage shop con-
veniently located since I had about an hour or so before my next people meeting.
Clotheshorse or mule, stylist or stubborn, stuffy or suave, everyone with a clos-
et is aware of what is in it. So, when shopping you automatically go through the
process of elimination, association and harmony. Meaning, too much black, my
'"fat" clothes, Sunday-go-to-meeting, etc. And ideally, according to the experts, this
is the way you organize your closet. Your clothes are your signature. You make a
statement with every appearance.
Once in the store, browsing and all, I surmise this is not my day. I am not find-
ing anything I cannot live without, no "wowville," no awesomenesss," no "this-is-
sooo-cute" in sight. In most stores, on your way to the dressing room there is a rack
of clothes to be placed back. Scanning through this now full rack, I see and pass
over this little black sheer sleeveless top. "Too much black in your closet, forget it,"
uttered to myself. The second time passing this rack, a heaping helping of the
clothes are gone and "sheer sleeveless" is now more prominently displayed. My
thoughts are the same.
Third pass and now running out of time, little black sheer sleeveless is hanging
all alone. I envision growing possibilities: I can wear it in or out, it's washable with
a lined ribbed neckline making it easy to pull over my head, capped sleeves. I love
the spirit of the fabric. Perfect for my 9-inch pearls. It can go under a wool suit, silk
suit or alone without a jacket. Dressing down, it would compliment a pair of black
blue jeans with heels or shorts and sandals. And right now, it's sold. "I won't need
a bag, I'm going to wear it," I said to the saleslady. Sure its black, but I can wear it
all year.
Dressing with a purpose is a lot like living with a purpose. Just like the rest of
us mere mortals,, I don't know what the will of God is, but I sure do thank him for
the little things.

Ester Davis is a celebrated host/producer of a No. 1-rated show on PAX-TV, Channel
68, every Saturday from 5 to 6 a.m. Visit her website at: www.esterdavis.com "The
Ester Davis Show" copyright 2006 by Ester Davis


THE FLORIDA DOT
Business Development Initiative


The Florida Department of Transportation has
unveiled a Business Development Initiative designed
to increase competition, lower prices, and increase
support to meet its contracting needs over the next 10
years. As part of the Initiative, the two projects below
will include five (5) preference points that will be given
in the technical proposal evaluation to primes who
commit to subcontracting a minimum of five (5) per-
cent of the contract dollar amount to small businesses
that have not been awarded a consultant contract with
the Department in the past 12 months. The USDOT
definition of a small business is being used and can be
found in 49 Code of Federal Regulation Part 26.65 and
at the FDOT website:
http://www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice/,
under Business Development Initiative.

The following two (2) projects have been identified
for this Initiative: a District-wide Public
Transportation Systems Planning project, Professional
Services Financial Project #213945-1-12-01, and 1-95
From US 1 to J. Turner Butler Boulevard, Professional
Services Financial Project #213217-5-31-01. The
Letters of Response for both projects are due 05/25/07.


John Peyton,
Mayor of Jacksonville


This May marks the one-year anniversary of Seeds
of Change: Growing Great Neighborhoods, a city ini-
tiative that encourages collaboration between residents,
neighborhood associations, businesses and community
leaders. Seeds of Change is making neighborhoods
across Jacksonville more safe and livable by focusing
on beautification and infrastructure, increased home- .
owner investment and public safety including reach- a-"'"
ing out to young people.
In the inaugural year of Seeds of Change, we launched a number of successful youth
initiatives, including a summer jobs program. This summer, the City of Jacksonville
will again offer the "Mayor's Seeds of Change Summer Jobs Program," a student
employment and training program that matches students with jobs.
The city will hire 200 students for a five-week work program. Additionally, we are
calling on the business community to create 300 more positions for students. I encour-
age private businesses to consider partnering with us to create a student summer job pro-
gram. It is an excellent way to keep young people engaged while school is out, teach
them new skills, lay the foundation to steer them away from crime and provide viable
alternatives for the future and it helps fill a need in the business community.
We have made the process simple. The city has partnered with WorkSource to match
students, ages 16 to 21, to a business' specific needs during summer months. Just go to
www.worksourcefl.com to find a pool of eager students who have applications on file.
Local businesses, neighborhood organizations, government and individuals are all
playing a role in changing our city for the better through their work on the Seeds of
Change initiative. By working together, I know we will make Jacksonville the best and
safest city in America.
Anyone interested in applying for a city or private business position may do so by
attending the "Mayor's Seeds of Change Summer Jobs Program" Hiring Fair from 8 to
11 a.m. on May 30 at Jacksonville University's Kinne Center. Students unable to attend
the fair or private businesses interested in hiring students for a summer job program may
visit the WorkSource Web site at www.worksourcefl.com or contact Tameka Bridges at
798-9229, extension 2206 or tbridges@worksource.

FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AND DEPARTMENT OF CHIL-
DREN AND FAMILIES ANNOUNCE AUTOMATIC LIFELINE ENROLL-
MENT Joint effort will help low-income Floridians maintain essential telephone
service
TALLAHASSEE Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) Chairman Lisa Polak
Edgar and Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) Secretary Bob
Butterworth today joined Representative Juan Zapata, and other state leaders to
announce the launch of automatic Lifeline enrollment. The PSC and DCF developed
the process to better serve the number of low-income Floridians who can receive a
monthly credit on their telephone bills.
"The Florida Public Service Commission is committed to increasing participation
in the Lifeline program," said Chairman Edgar. "The new automatic process will
enable more eligible consumers in Florida to receive assistance with their telephone
needs."
Under the federal Lifeline program, telephone consumers who participate in certain
public assistance programs are entitled to receive a basic telephone service discount
of at least $13.50 per month or more than $160 per year from the federal Universal
Service Fund. Currently, only about 12% of Florida households that are eligible to
receive this federally funded discount are receiving it.
Launched April 4, 2007, the new enrollment process encourages DCF customers
applying online for other public assistance programs to sign up for Lifeline assistance.
The applicant is required to respond during the DCF application process as to whether
he or she is interested in receiving the Lifeline discount. Certified DCF applications
will be forwarded to the PSC on a weekly basis for processing with the customer's
telephone company.
"This partnership between the Department of Children and Families and the Florida
Public Service Commission makes perfect sense," said Secretary Butterworth. "Many
of the people who apply for benefits through the Department struggle to make ends
meet; even put food on the table. You can imagine the difficulty of paying a month-
ly phone bill. The Lifeline program will provide low-income consumers with afford-
able
telephone service and we're proud to be part of it."
Eligibility through the automatic enrollment procedure is determined by participa-
tion in one of the following programs:
Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA)
Food Stamps
Medicaid
Consumers may also apply for Lifeline assistance through their phone companies
by faxing or mailing an application available on the PSC website. Last October, the
PSC launched an automated online application on its website. This process allows
consumers to enter their information and submit an application online, eliminating the
need to print, fill out, and mail or fax a request for the benefit to their telephone com-
pany.
The PSC is committed to making sure that Florida's consumers receive electric, nat-
ural gas, telephone, water and wastewater in a safe, affordable and reliable manner.
The PSC exercises regulatory authority over utilities in the three key areas of rate
base/economic regulation, competitive market oversight and monitoring of safety,
reliability and service.
For more information, visit www.floridapsc.com

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Proposal Number: 07-12-26101
Employee Medical and Dental Benefits
for the
JACKSONVILLE AVIATION AUTHORITY
JACKSONVILLE PORT AUTHORITY
All Proposals must be submitted in accordance with Request For Proposal Number
07-12-26101, which may be obtained after 8:30 AM (Local Time) on April 23, 2007 from:
Jacksonville Aviation Authority Procurement Department
14201 Pecan Park Road, 2nd Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32218
(904) 741-2355


A MANDATORY Pre-Proposal Conference will be held at 10:00AM (Local Time),
May 3, 2007, at the JAA Administration Building, 2nd Floor, 14201 Pecan Park Road,
Jacksonville, FL 3.2218. All interested Proposer's must attend this meeting as a prerequi-
site to the submittal of a Proposal. Failure to do so will result in the rejection of RFP.
Proposals will be received by the Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA) and
Jacksonville Port Authority (JPA) until 2:00 PM (Local Time), on May 31, 2007, at which
time they will be opened at the JAA Administration Building, 2nd Floor, 14201 Pecan
Park Road, J.A4.Soi~ illk, FL, for Employee Medial and Dental Benefits.


More details about this project can be found at the
FDOT website: http://www.dot.state.fl.us/procure-
ment/, under Professional Services Advertisements.


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2007 FCAT Writing Scores Improve in Duval County Elementary
and Middle Schools High school writing scores remained the same.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 23, 2007 --The Florida Department of Education
announced today the results of the 2007 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT)
Writing+ exams taken by students throughout the state. Duval County's results, which
include the test performances of students in grades 4, 8 and 10, reflect an increase in the
percent of elementary and middle school students who scored 3.5 (on a scale of one to six)
or higher on the essay portion of the test administered in February. Duval County high
school students maintained the same score as the one in 2006.
The FCAT Writing+ results for students in grades 4, 8 and 10 include the traditional
essay scores and the newer Writing+ scale scores. An essay score of 3.5 is the standard
score used in assigning accountability grades of schools, announced each summer by the
Florida Department of Education.
Dr. Wise is at best ambivalent about the FCAT writing results delivered to Duval County
Public Schools this morning. "Although I am incredibly proud of a number of our schools
at which our students exceeded state-wide expectations, I am deeply concerned that not all
schools evidenced the growth we have targeted-and expect. I am looking forward to going
over all th6 data-and discussing the strategies that have been working and not working-with
teachers and principals," said Dr. Wise.
Below are the percentages and scores by grade levels -
4th Grade 73 percent of students scored 3.5 and above, an increase from 71 percent
last year and up from 24 percent scoring 3.5 and above in 1999. The average essay score
is 3.7.
8th Grade 84 percent of students scored 3.5 and above, an increase from 82 percent
last year and up from 59 percent scoring 3.5 and above in 1999. The average essay score
increased from 3.9 in 2006 to 4.1.
10th Grade 79 percent of students scored 3.5 and above, which is the same score as
last year and up from 66 percent scoring 3.5 and above in 1999. The average essay score
remained the same as last year's at 3.9.
For the first time ever, FCAT Writing+ scores are being reported in terms of five achieve-
ment levels as adopted by the State Board of Education in January. The achievement lev-
els are based on the total FCAT writing score, which combines multiple-choice questions
and the essay.
4th Grade 52 percent of students scored at or above grade level (Level 3 and above)
on writing skills.
8th Grade 42 percent of students scored at or above grade level (Level 3 and above)
on writing skills.
10th Grade 48 percent of students scored at or above grade level (Level 3 and above)
on writing skills.
Parents may view their students' scores via the FCAT Parent Network www.fcatparent-
network.com ) using the secure login and password
provided by their school.



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Meet Us for This Presentation: 6:00 PM, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2007
CARING & SHARING LEARNING CENTER
Phone: 352-372-1004
1951 SE 4TH STREET GAINESVILLE, FL 32641

Melody Gayle Patterson Jackson


cordially invites you to join her and special guests
for the release of her new CD


Special youth guest: Flutist Miss Jasmine Brown
of New Bethel AME, Tyler St., Jacksonville, FL

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

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.
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 play-
ers 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.
MOTHER/DAUGHTER PROGRAM (for 10-12 year old girls) will be
from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and FATHER/SON PROGRAM (for 12-14 year
old boys) will be from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. both to held Sunday, April 29th
at the St. Vincent's Hospital, Seton Hall of Bryan Auditorium, located at 1851
King St., Cost: $20 per family. Registration deadline is April 23th. For more
information, call Lorraine Allaire at (904) 308-7474 or register online at:
www.dcfl.org.
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION'S LUNCH AND LECTURE SERIES is
pleased,to announce a FREE lunch and lecture series at Carrabba's Italian Grill
on Monday, May 14th from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Guest speaker Stanton
Longenecker, M.D., speaking on "Gender Knee Fact or Fiction." For reserva-
tions, call (800) 741-4008 x231 no later than May 7th.
LOVE THEM-- PROTECT THEM-- IMMUNIZE THEM -- Immunizations
are the best way to protect children from many childhood diseases. The week of
April 21-28 is National Infant Immunization Week. This is a good opportunity to
check with your child's doctor or nurse to make sure your child is up-to-date with
his or her shots. If you don't have a health care provider, call the Duval County
Health Department's Immunization off ice at 359-3814.
AN EVENING OF TASTE BENEFITING CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY
an evening of fine wine, spectacular food and good times benefiting Children's
Home Society of Florida will be held at Matthew's of San Marco, Sunday, April
29th from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Guest will delight in an intimate setting with fine
wine as they sample some of.Chef Matthew Medure's most exclusive menu items.
They can also bid on exciting silent auction packages and enjoy a wonderful social
setting where they are treated to the elegant sounds of a harpist. Limited space,
please call to reserve your tickets by contacting Nanette Vallejos at 493-7739.
GUEST ARTISTS RETURN2ZERO will join the members of THE JACK-
SONVILLE CHILDREN'S CHORUS in their Spring Concert this year entitled
"Stars, Songs, Faces." The performance will take place on April 29th at 6:00 p.m.
in the Jacoby Symphony Hall of the Times Union Center for the Performing Arts.
A dinner reception and silent auction featuring local artists will be held prior to the
concert at 4:30 p.m. For tickets, additional information or to schedule an audition
for The Jacksonville Children's Chorus, please call (904) 346-1636 or visit the
website at: www.jaxchildrenschorus.com
THE DIOCESAN CENTER FOR FAMILY LIFE is offering New Programs
for Parents and their Children about Growing Up (the emotional and physical
changes of adolescence). These affirming and God-centered programs will both be
held April 29th in the Bryan Auditorium on the campus of St. Vicent's Medical
Center at 1851 King St. in Jacksonville. There is a $20 registration fee for either
program. Register by April 23rd on line at www.dcfl.org or call (904) 308-7474.
PASTOR MARK BAKER AND GREATER WORKS MINISTRIES WEL-
COMES ALL TO FAITH WORKS CONFERENCE May 2nd 4th at 7:00
p.m. Nightly. Views are: Fundamental Principles; Deeper Revelation; and
Valuable Insight. Guest Speakers are: Bishop Wiley Jackson, Jr., and Dr. Frederick
K.C. Price; with Pastor Mark Baker as Host Pastor. For more information, please
call (912) 262-1115 or GreaterWorksFamily.org
NORTH CAMPUS SPRING FESTIVAL AND CRAFT SHOW April 28th
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Florida Community College at Jacksonville North
Campus, located at 4501 Capper Rd., Jacksonville. Low-cost food, games; free
entertainment. Craft item prices vary. For more info call (904) 766-6553.
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION'S FREE LUNCH AND LECTURE SERIES -
To improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthri-
tis and related diseases. To be held at Carrabba's Italian Grill, Monday, May 14th,
in Jacksonville from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Guest speak Stanton Longenecker,
M.D. For reservations, by May 7th, call (800) 741-4008 x231.
FREE POETRY CONTEST OPEN TO JACKSONVILLE RESIDENTS -
Over $100,000 in prizes will be awarded this year in the International Open Poetry
Contest. The deadline for the contest is June 30, 2007. The contest is open to
everyone, whether previously published or not, you can be a winner. To enter, send
ONE original poem, any subject and any style to: The International Library of
Poetry, Suite 19925, 1 Poetry Plaza, Owings Mills, MD 21117. The poem should
be 20 lines or less, and the poet's name and address should appear on the top of
the page. Must be postmarked or sent via the internet at www.poetry.com by June
30th.
HOPE BY DESIGN FASHION SHOW BENEFITING CHILDREN'S
HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA -.at the Jacksonville Public Library down-
town, Saturday, May 5th at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Guest will enjoy tea, light lunch and
fashion. Due to space limitations, call Nick Geinosky at (904) 493-7738 to reserve


your ticket. Tickets are $30 per person. For more information about the local divi-
sion, log on to www.chsfl.org/buckner.
SUMMER CAREER ACADEMICS Duval County Public Schools and Florida
Community College at Jacksonville have partnered to help prepare Jacksonville
high school students for life after high school by offering "Summer Career
Academics," a month-long exploration of career and education opportunities.
Weekdays, June 4th to 29th to explore seven career fields at seven FCCJ campus-
es and centers from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Parents and students are encouraged
to visit www.fccj.edu/summeracademics to complete admission applications and
summit as directed to via fax or postal mail.
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The University of South Florida police arrested a 47-
year-old Palm Harbor man they say was found sleeping in a
school parking lot just before 4 a.m. with a 38 caliber hand-
gun next to him. Police also recovered a shotgun, several
different types of ammunition and a survival knife.
Cloal Lang Leatherman was charged with one count of
possessing a weapon on school property. Leatherman has no
affiliation with the school and it was unclear what he was
doing on campus, said USF Police spokeswoman Lt. Meg
Ross.
"Preventing what happened at Virginia Tech is difficult,
but we are prepared to handle anything that comes along,"
Ross said.
Aside from the Rossi .38 caliber handgun found next to
him, Leatherman had a Snake Charmer .410 shotgun, eight
shells, other ammunition and a survival knife with him,
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the 50th anniversary of the racial integration of its law school. In 1957
Frederick Taylor Work and Edward Melvin Porter Sr. enrolled at the
Vanderbilt University Law School. Both Work and Porter spoke at
Vanderbilt this past weekend during the celebration honoring their
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David Halberstam's coverage of the Civil Rights
movement and Vietnam reflected the very best in
American journalism.
"It was a war," says journalist/author David
Halberstam, who covered those early sit-ins as a
fledgling reporter for The Tennessean and who later
made his reputation covering the warin Vietnam
for the New York Times. "Martin Luther King was
the general, and' these kids were the foot soldiers,
the slock troops who deliberately picked out
the most dangerous places to put their bodies on the
line. They were like the airborne brigades that
dropped in on D-Day."
"And the more I looked back at it, the more I
found out about the Freedom Rides, the more
respect I had for their extraordinary couri.ge." says
Halberstam, who had been sent abroad in the early
'60s bdt returned for a short time toward the end of
the period. "Mississippi in 1964 was scarier til.m
Vietnam."
In 1960, Halberstam wrote, "They did not ihink,
of themselves in those days as being g i lid or talent-
ed or marked for success, or for that matter particu-
larly heroic, and yet from that little .r'roiup would
come a senior U.S. Congressman (GCori i.i' John
Lewis); the mayor of a major city (Marion Barry of
Washington, D.C.); the first black woman psychia-
trist to be tenured at Harvard medical school (Gloria
Johnson-Powell); one of the most distinguished
public health doctors in America (Dr. Rodney
Powell); and a young man who would eventually
come back to be the head of the same college in
Nashville he then attended (Bernard I.&l'.lcitt of
American Baptist College)."
"These young people wei not empowered,"


Halberstam said, "they were scarcely members of
the privileged class. In fact, most of them came
from dramatically underprivileged circumstances.
Yet somehow they found the faith to make this
country \\ horli of its promises in the face of con-
stant physical danger."
His time in Vietnam was marked by several
clashes with military brass but probably the most
telling story was when Halberstam once called a
general at home to get permission to fly to the site
of a recent U.S. military defeat. At a subsequent
briefing a brigadier (one star) general scolded "piti-
ful, lowly > ,ung reporters" for having the temerity
to call a general at home.
AccordinL to Pulitzer Prize-winner Neil
Sheehan, Halberstam's response was "General, you
do not understand. We are not corporals. We do not
\ ork for you. We will call a commanding general at
home any time it is needed to get our job done."
The AP bureau chief who was in Saigon when
the city fell said about Halberstam, "The bottom
line was that David was more honest with the
Am*\n icia public than their own government."
Speaking at a recent journalism conference he
noted that the increasing government criticism of
news reporters in Iraq reminded him of how he was
treated while covering the war in Vietnam. "The cru-
eler the war gets, the crueler the attacks get on any-
body who doesn't salute or play the game," he said.
"And one day, the people who are doing the attacking
look around, and they've used up their credibility."
Journalism has an empty spot that all writers and
those who consume their work will feel for a long
time.
David Halberstam dead at 73 in an automobile
accident if Menlo Park, California. ,


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NFL Draft Day
I am surprised that there is still a debate as to who
will be the first draft pick Saturday. If JaMarcus
Russell's stellar performance in LSU's 41-14 spanking
of Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl wasn't enough to
convince Oakland's GM Tim Dean he might have the
first pick again next year.
Detroit needs a QB as well, but they need an offen-
sive line first. I look for them to go after either Joe
Thomas the big offensive tackle from Wisconsin.
Another possibility would be a trade-down that garners
an O-line player and small drop in draft order say
Arizona or Miami.
If Brady Quinn is still there he's a Brown. They are
hurting behind the center. If Brady is gone Joe Thomas
fills their other needs.

Seminoles
The Seminoles had six players go in the first round
last year actually they all went in the top 20! This year
will probably be a little different. Lawrence Timmons
OLB is probably a first-rounder but he will be lucky to
get in the top 20. Lorenzo Booker RB would be my 1st
round longshot along with Buster Davis MLB. Both are
big play guys and both are physically big enough for
the next level.

Gators
The Gators have a history of not producing great pro
players. There are exceptions, Emmit Smith of course,
our own Fred Taylor, Jack Youngblood and Wilbur
Marshall to name a few. They should do much better
this year (see feature article this page) in a draft that
could well be dominated by SEC players in the first
through third rounds.

Jacksonville Suns
The Suns come home for a six-game home stand
against the Montgomery Biscuits. The Suns are tied for
Second in the Southern Division with a 11-9 record. The
Biscuits are just a half game behind the Suns so a
sweep here would be just what the Suns would like. If
you haven't been to a game yet, get down to the
Baseball Grounds and enjoy a great evening supporting
the home team.

The Players Championship
It's one week away, and it is Jacksonville's biggest
sporting event of the year without question. From the
opening day practice rounds on Monday to the final
round on Sunday its Mother Day as well it is
World Class Golf played on a World Class Course right
here in Jacksonville. If you have never been to a golf
tournament, do yourself a favor.
Look for VJ and Tiger to be in the top 5 when
Sunday's round starts. For years now we have watched
Tiger and come to believe that if he was within 3 or 4
strokes on Sunday he was the winner. The Masters was
different, what will TPC bring?


#1 Noles Take

2 of 3 From

North Carolina
Seminoles
Florida State held on to it's No 1 rank-
ing by taking 2 out of 3 from #4 North
Carolina this past week.
Top ranked Florida State got eight
strong innings from starter Bryan Henry
and a season-high three RBI's from Mark
Gildea to down second-ranked North
Carolina (32-8, 13-6) 4-2 Friday night in a
showdown of the ACC's top two teams.
The Seminoles recorded double-digit hits
for the 11th straight ball game, en route to
defeating the Tar Heels for the fifth con-
secutive time at home and for the 15th try
in 16 games played on Mike Martin Field.
On Saturday the Noles held on to defeat
the Tarheels 5-4 Saturday afternoon at
Dick Howser Stadium to capture its sixth
conference series in as many tries in 2007.
Jack Rye hit the game-winning, two-run
home run in the bottom of the fifth and
relievers Travis Burge and Danny Rosen
threw the final three innings to hand the
Seminoles their 15th conference victory of
the season.
North Carolina got their revenge with 'a
10-6 win on Sunday afternoon. The Tar
Heels pounded out 20 hits in game three,
the most given up by the Seminoles all sea-
son and the most allowed since May 8,
2004 at Virginia. Mark Gildea led the
offensive charge for FSU registering his
second, three-hit game of the series going
3-for-4 on S-4nday with a run, scored at4 a


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SEC could dominate this year 's NFL draft with 25% of players in the first round


Gators Expected to Place 9 in


1st Three Rounds at NFL Draft


SEC Champions, National Champions, and fresh off a
dominant performance in a BCS title game, the Gators are
looking at 9 players that can realistically be taken in the first
three rounds of the 2007 NFL Draft:
Reggie Nelson, S A center field-like safety who was
a defensive leader on last year's championship squad, he'll
likely be the second safety taken on Day 1 behind LSU's
LaRon Landry. Hard hitter and fabulous in coverage. No.
15-30
Jarvis Moss, DE Generously compared to fellow for-
mer Gator Jevon Kearse, Moss busted on to the national
scene in '06 with dominant performances in the SEC and
BCS championship games. Will play defensive end at the
next level, but could play outside linebacker in a 3-4 if
taught the position. No. 20-35
Brandon Siler, LB A three year starter and former
SEC freshman of the year, Siler was the clear-cut leader of
the Gator defense in '06. Considered a solid middle line-
backer for an NFL 4-3 defense, Siler enters the NFL fresh
off a 77 tackle season. Second round
Ray McDonald, DE McDonald was the star, of
January's BCS Title Game, wrecking havoc behind the line

Suns Feature Kids Clinic on Sunday
The Jacksonville Suns return from a long road trip to
Huntsville, Ala., and Jackson, Tenn. this Friday to host the
defending Southern League Champion Montgomery
Biscuits for a five-game series at the Baseball Grounds.
The fun continues this Saturday at the Baseball Grounds
with Spider-Man Night and a Travel Hamper Giveaway.
The first 3,000 fans will get a free Suns Travel Hamper.
The Suns will also be gearing up for the upcoming
release of Spider-Man 3 and welcome interested fans to
dress as Spider-Man or their other favorite superhero for the
chance to win great prizes.
Also on Saturday night, the Suns will team up with
LoJack to honor Law Enforcement personnel throughout
our area and the Oreos and Milk Jingle Tour will be at the
ballpark during and before the game. The Suns players will
also be wearing the special 1967 throwback uniform as part
of a season-long celebration of that team of future Major
League stars.
Sunday will feature the Suns' annual Kids Clinic on the
Field at 1:30pm. All children 14 and under can come on the
field at 1:30 for an hour-long baseball clinic with Suns play-
ers and coaches.
The homestand continues with a pair of late-morning
games for the young students in the Jacksonville area. On
Monday, the Suns will honor high school baseball coaches
on the field before the game and welcome a number of high
school groups to the Baseball Grounds for a special day at
the ballpark.
Tuesday will be the final school kids field trip of the year
as thousands of schoolkids are expected to enjoy the game
and get ready for a fun summer at the Baseball Grounds.


walk. This week the Seminoles travel to
Miami for a three game series.

Gators
The Gators took 2 of 3 from Kentucky
last week. Wildcat left-hander Chris Rusin
tossed his first career complete game and a
six-run second-inning outburst powered
the Wildcats to a 9-2 victory over Florida
on Friday. Saturday the Gators squared its
weekend series with a 10-7 triumph.
Holding a 3-2 advantage, the Gators tallied
five runs in the fourth to pull away and end
a five-game slide in league action.
On Sunday, pinch hitter Chris Petrie
snapped a 4-4 tie with a bases-loaded sin-
gle in the bottom of the ninth to help
Florida (23-20/10-8 SEC) edge Kentucky
(27-12-1/7-10-1 SEC), 5-4, in front of
3,004 fans on Sunday afternoon.

Rattlers
The Rattlers had another winning week
with a 2 out of three series over Maryland
Eastern Shore" on the road. The Rattlers
won the first game of Saturday's twin bill
7-1 and followed up with a 5-1 win in the
nightcap.
U Maryland Eastern Shore pounded out
17 hits Sunday in a 14-9 win over Florida
A&M, avoiding a clean sweep.

Ospreys
The UNF Ospreys lost both ends of a
double headers last Saturday when they
hosted Mercer. The first game was a 10-0
shutout and the second game went 10
innings with Mercer getting a 4-3 nod.
The Ospreys came back with an
impressive 8-2 win on Sunday to prevent
an embarrassing sweep.
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NFL Cracks

Down On

Leaking Info

NFL teams will be disci-
plined by commissioner
Roger Goodell for leaking
any confidential informa-
tion from interviews with
prospective players.
Goodell sent memos to
the 32 teams on Tuesday
warning them that all inter-
views should be considered
confidential and clubs will
be disciplined for conduct
detrimental to the league if
there are any leaks.
A recent story in Pro
Football Weekly identified
Georgia Tech WR Calvin
Johnson, Clemson DE
Gaines Adams and
Louisville DT Amobi
Okoye three highly
regarded prospects for
Saturday's draft as ad-
mitting they experimented
with marijuana. That report
cited unnamed club officials
and said the information
came from videotaped inter-
views at February's NFL
combine.
Goodell also has asked
for a review of interviewing
procedures at the combine.
He has not yet determined
what sort of discipline will
be implemented fo leaked
information.


of scrimmage for the majority of the game. An all-SEC per-
former in '06, he bounced back from an injury plagued '05
campaign to help ensure his spot on an NFL roster for '07.
2nd or 3rd Round
Marcus Thomas, DT Off-field troubles may hurt
Thomas more than they would have in previous draft years.
Though stories actually differ on the exact reason why,
Florida dismissed Thomas from the football team mid-way
through the '06 season for a marijuana-related issue. Off-
the-field issues aside, Thomas is one of the more promising
defensive tackle prospects in this draft. Just don't expect
Cincinatti, Indianapolis, or Tennessee to take a risk on him.
3rd or 4th round
Earl Everett, LB A starter in 42 of 49 games, some
draftniks think he'll actually be drafted before fellow Gator
linebacker Brandon Siler. In '06, Everett recorded 85 tack-
les. 3rd or 4th round
Ryan Smith, CB Smith's journey to Florida included
a Fiesta Bowl victory, a degree, and a graduation ceremony
at Utah. Due to a one-year only rule that also allowed Kevin
Kruger to play for the UNLV hoops team after graduating
from Arizona State, Smith a grad student at Florida in '06
- got to finish out his college eligibility under Urban
Meyer as a Gator. A BCS Championship ring later, he'll be
playing on Sundays next season. 4th or 5th round
Dallas Baker, WR Chris Leak's number one target in
'06, the sure-handed Baker caught 151 passes and scored 21
touchdowns in four years as a Gator. The nephew of former
Saints wideout Wes Chandler, Baker has the NFL in his
blood. 4th or 5th round
DeShawn Wynn, RB Long moaned about in
Gainesville, Wynn came up when it mattered most hav-
ing arguably his best game as a Gator in the BCS Title Game
versus Ohio State. Banged up in '06, his carries and stats
took a bit of a hit. Could be a solid pro in a West Coast
offense due to above average receiving skills.


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Suns HOME This Weekend!

Friday, April 27 7:05pm
Family Faith Night with AVALON! Enjoy national Christian
recording stars AVALON perform alter the game! Spon-
sored by Saturn of Jacksonville. Before the concert, enjoy
NAPA Friday Family Fireworks after the game!

Saturday, April 28- 7:05pm
Spider-Man Night and Travel Hamper Giveaway! The first
3,000 fans get a free Suns travel hamper, courtesy of
Whataburger, Comcast Spotight and 969 The Eagle.
Plus, come dressed like Spider-Man for great prizes from
Regal Cinemas. It's also Law Enforcement night with
LoJack and the Oreos and Milk Jingle Tour will be at the
ballpark all night long!
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(Aries March 21st thru
April 19th) Legal matters,
paperwork and
processing are
favored on
Monday, so if
you've been putting off such
things, procrastinate no
more. From Tuesday
through most of Thursday,
make a concerted effort to
understand your emotions
rather than just blindly
reacting. What's the source?
How can you address it?
Find out, and you'll be ready
for some interesting explo-
rations around Friday and
Saturday. Maybe it's career
options, maybe romantic
ones -- take a look around.
On Sunday, slow down.
Getting grounded now
makes for a promising new
week.
(Taurus- April 20th thru
May 20th) Monday looks
busy, but carve
out some time
for yourself-- a
walk, a cup of
tea, a little reading. A little
pause can be very refresh-
ing. From Tuesday through
most of Thursday, you're
liable to be extra passionate
-- about ideas, your point of
view, a certain person. Try
to incorporate flexibility; if
you do you'll be ready for
anything. Go slow around
Friday and Saturday, when
situations and motivations
are shifting fast.
Committing too quickly
could get you in a tough
spot. On Sunday, though,
you're grounded and good to
go.
(Gemini May 21st thru
June 21st) Though it seems
like an unlikely
day for love,
Monday's got
romance written
all over it. You're whip-
smart, too -- really the
whole package. From
Tuesday through most of
Thursday, your feelings are
evolving in reaction to the
world around you, and the
closer you observe, the more
progress you'll make. A
snail's pace is actually the
most productive now.
Expect extremes around
Friday and Saturday -- good
times, bad times ... you'll get
your share. Respond with
intelligence rather than flip-
pantly, and the former will
outweigh the latter. On
Sunday, actions speak loud-
er than words.
(Cancer June 22nd thru
July 22nd) Be ready to
clear up a little
miscommuni-
Scation on
Monday -- the
sooner, the better. Then,
from Tuesday through
most of Thursday, your
emotional reactions are
strong, but then again, so
is your intuition. You're
just extra-sensitive, which
can be a very good thing.
If you've got tons of
social stuff planned
around Friday and
Saturday, scale back a bit;
you'll want time alone as
well (or perhaps alone
with a certain someone!).
On Sunday, get something
done that you've been put-


ting off-- even if it's a lit-
tle thing, the sense of
accomplishment will be
i great.


(Leo July 23rd thru
August 22) Friendships and
more romantic
interpersonal
connections are
favored on
Monday, so be sure to get in
touch (maybe literally!).
From Tuesday through most
of Thursday, if you think
somebody doesn't have your
best interests, at heart, you're
very likely right. Consider a
frank discussion about dove-
tailing your needs, or con-
sider ending this arrange-
ment. Around Friday and
Saturday, look out world,
here you come! You're
unstoppable -- and unstop-
pably hot. What's especially
sexy: your frankness and
humor. On Sunday, quiet
down and you'll hear some-
thing interesting.
(Virgo August 23rd thru
September 22nd) Do some
comparison
shopping on
Monday, whether
it's your work or
personal budget that's at
stake (or your heart -- there's
a lot out there for the pick-
ing in the online personals!).
From Tuesday through most
of Thursday, remember that
people can tell when your
attention's wandering. You'll
get bonus points for tuning
in and asking an intelligent,
engaged question or two.
Then, will you be the
responsible one or take a
risk around Friday and
Saturday? Or, better, how
about a little of both? On
Sunday, some sweet energy
comes your way. A romantic
brunch, anyone?
(Libra September 23rd
thru October 22nd) The
stars smile on
you on Monday,
so get up, get
going and make
the most of your sweet self.
From Tuesday through most
of Thursday, work, money
and material stuff may be
uppermost in your mind, but
don't lose track of your
usual lovely balance. Be
ready to reprioritize accord-
ing to your values. Watch
friendships blossom and
your network branch out
around Friday and Saturday
-- and if you've got romance
on your mind, this is a fine
time to pursue that, too. A
more serious mood comes
on Sunday. What's on your
mind?
(Scorpio October 23rd
thru November 21st)
Decisions are
'" tough on
Monday.
Watch out for
getting paralyzed by the
sheer volume of consider-
ations to take into
account. If you can, wait
to choose (or at least give
yourself room to back
out). From Tuesday
through most of Thursday,
your vision's renewed and
your confidence is strong.
Don't be surprised if you
attract a new follower or
admirer now. You may be
feeling devil-may-care
around Friday and
Saturday, but don't get too
carried away. Think
ahead, at least a bit. On


Sunday, you're thinking
more clearly, not to men-
tion communicating beau-
tifuilyv.


(Sagittarius November
22nd thru December 21st)
-- You cain make a
\ter. fruitful new
contact on
S.Mo'Indai, whether
it's for business, pleasure or
a little bit of both.
Connections are less than
crackling from Tuesday
through most of Thursday;
you've got plenty going on
in your own heart and mind
to keep you busy,.and oth-
ers may just have to get in
line. Tell 'em they can cash
in their rain checks around
Friday and Saturday, when
you're ready to focus your
attention on people and
projects, lending your wit
and general wonderfulness
to any and all occasions. On
Sunday, you're artistic,
whether you're creating or
appreciating.
(Capricorn December
22nd thru January 19th)
You'll be
involved in the
day-to-day on
Monday, and
you'd be wise to not push
problematic issues, whether
at home or with your boss.
From Tuesday through
most.of Thursday, the right
path is illuminated by the
stars, and you're pretty
much skipping along while
whistling. Hint: The more
organized you are, the
greater your forward
motion now. That motion
may seem to be reversing
around Friday and
Saturday, but it's not as bad
as you think. Regroup and
rethink your plan. Sunday
sends great energy your
way -- you're back on track
and more.
(Aquarius-January 20th
thru February 18th) A
new friend (or
just a nice smile)
comes from an
unexpected place
on Monday, so keep your
eyes and heart open. From
Tuesday through most of
Thursday, you may be sensi-
tive about your innermost
feelings, but sharing them
with the. right person gives
you a sense of connection.
Why soldier along solo?
Look for your outlook and
your sense of life's possibil-
ities to expand amazingly
around Friday and Saturday.
New friends, experiences
and even love are at your
fingertips, so reach out. On
Sunday, rest up -- but get
some exercise to get the
blood pumping and the
mood elevated, too.
(Pieces February 19th
and March 20th) One-on-
one relationships
or meetings
"" \ could be tricky
on Monday.
Look for reasonable com-
promises and better ways.
From Tuesday through most
of Thursday, though, recog-
nize when others are being
unreasonable and set some
limits. Being passive isn't
going to cut it now -- get a
consult from a friend or
mentor if you're uncertain
about what to do. Making
the right choices is easy
around Friday and Saturday,
and you look great while
doing it. No need to toot


your own horn; you'll get
applause. On Sunday, a talk
with a friend far away is fun
and fruitful.


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H Did You Hear About?






CASE OF THE BLACK PVC PIPE An officer
was dispatched to the 1300 block of Moat St. in
reference to a domestic battery. Upon arrival he .:. ,r.
made contact with Mr. KH (victim). The victim 0
stated that he was walking north on Moat St. when.
his brother, Mr. RH (suspect) talked up from
behind him and struck him on the neck with a plas-
tic pipe. He said the suspect is always on drugs and
continuously causes problems for him. The officer
observed a minor laceration on the right side of the
victim's neck. He also observed a black PVC pipe I
with blood on it, lying in the grass. The victim refused Rescue. The PVC pipe was
taken to the property room.

THE DOPE MAN HIT HIM AND HE WANTS JUSTICE (He was the Suspect,
but became one of the victims) An officer was dispatched to the 1400 block of
Kings Rd. regarding a male who was the victim of a battery. Upon his arrival, he
was met by Mr. JM (suspect). Mr. JM was bleeding from his upper lip and advised
the dope man hit him in the mouth and he wanted something done about it. Mr. JM
refused medical attention. The officer conducted an investigation at the 1400 block
of Grothe St. Ms. MF (victim) advised the suspect got into a fight with a local dope
dealer and was hit in the mouth. The suspect fled the area and later came back to
confront the dope dealer. The victim advised she was walking behind the suspect
attempting to talk to him and prevent him from going back and confronting the drug
dealer. The suspect obtained a beer bottle and.broke it along the side of the roadway.
The suspect then walked up to the victim attempting to cut her with the broken beer
bottle. The witness (dope man) got between the suspect and victim and punched the
suspect in his face with his fist. The suspect fled the area on foot and ran to the 1400
block of Kings Rd, where he called the police.

... YOU CAN SEARCH, BUT HE'S NOT
:T HERE Two officers were dispatched to the
-.--..... 5700 block of Brait Ave. in reference to locating
j and arresting defendant Mr. B. Upon arrival,
Witness #1, Ms. S, told the officers that the
defendant wasn't there and allowed them to
come inside and look around. While walking
down the hallway they observed witness #2
/ asleep in a rear bedroom at the end on the hall-
way. They asked Ms. S again if anyone else was
in the home, and she said no. She then opened her bedroom door and Mr. B (the
defendant) was standing in the middle of the room in the dark. Once they took him
into custody and turned the bedroom light on, the officers observed in plain view on
the dresser Marijuana and crack cocaine. Ms. S said she had no idea the drugs were
on the dresser, that they belongs to Mr. B. A box of 9mm-live rounds was discov-
ered and the 9mm gun was in the car. Mr. B was booked into the PTDF.





It's the biggest night of the year, and you've got some big decisions to
make. Thankfully,. taffeta and polyester suits are still out (unless it's an 80s
theme). But aside from what to wear, there's where to eat, what to do after- and
how to live through the whole thing without drinking, drama or tearing your
dress (especially if you're a dude 'cause that would be weird).
The point is, some people freak out so much about making prom perfect
that they end up hating it. Funny because the best thing to do is to be your-
self. Don't try so hard. Just let it happen.
Why worry? Just take a minute to THINK. And that's where THINK.Prom can
help.
We know you think all year. Prom is time to let go, right? Absolutely. But
THINK.Prom is more than a one-time deal. It's common sense and a commit-
ment to partying sober before, during and after prom. And it means if you want
to play dress-up, rent a sweet ride or drop a few bills on a steak dinner, that's
totally cool. Just try not to look like a rookie. Here's how:
Think about yourself. You know what's up. And you know you can do this
without drinking. You just have to decide.
Think about cash. Now do we have your attention? Enter the "Party Safe.
Party Sober." Video Scrapbook Contest, and your superior wisdom and cre-
ative genius could score you $500.
Think about your friends. It seems like everybody knows that one guy or
girl who just has to cross the line. But it's all fun and games until someone gets
hurt, right? What may seem funny at first is actually really serious. So put your
buds in the back seat and make sure they get home safe.
Think about your ride. Before you go, decide who's driving. And no, that
doesn't mean the guy who thinks he's best after a few beers. Driving better
with a buzz? Do you know how messed up that sounds?
Remember, you can create, protect or ruin a reputation all in one night. So
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12518 Richfield
$263,000


Monday, April 30,2007
(with RTS SE corridor mtg)
FCCJ Deerwood Rm B-1204
991 I Old Baymeadows Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32256
(5-7 p.m.)


Tuesday, May 1,2007
Household of Faith
925 Edgewood Avenue W
Jacksonville, Florida 32208
(4-7 p.m.)


Thursday, May 3, 2007
(with RTS East corridor mtg)
Arlington Senior Center
1078 Rogero Road
Jacksonville, Florida 3221 1
(5-7 p.m.)


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S3 Bedrooms
4 2 Full Baths
* Study/Office
* Shirley Oaks
* One Story Style
* Brick Front


Features Include:
4 2309 Sq.Ft.
* Central Cooling A/C
* Central Heating Heat
0 Electric Source Heat
4 1 Fireplace
* Asphalt Blacktop Roadway


* Attached Garage
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4 Carpet
4 Ceramic Tile
4 French Door(S)
* Picture Window


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Seller to pab 2% of huyer's closing costs.
A $1000. gift card for a full contract brought by May 1, 2007.


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Agent
Watson Realty Corp
615 Higha, AIA
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Lance Gross Tickles Your ... r

Funny Bone In Tyler

Perry's "House of Payne"


By Rych McCain,
feedbackrych@
sbcglobal.net
Photos 2007 by Andre' B.
Murray/ bernagency.pho-
toreflect.corn
Tyler Perry has a
new TV comedy
series entitled "House
of Payne." It is cen-
tered on one over-
crowded household
where several over-
lapping generations
of the Payne family
are stuffed together.
The recipe is ripe for
all kinds of humorous
situations. One of the
characters is Calvin
Payne who is the only
child of Ella and
Curtis Payne. He is
played by Lance
Gross. When asked to
describe his role,
Gross says, "I play
Calvin who is a 25
year old college stu-
dent. I can't make up
my mind and don't
know what I want to
do so I'm using home
as a safety net. I'm
staying with my par-
ents, living off of
them and I keep
changing my major."
Gross was a col-
lege student in real
life but had an entire-
ly different view than
his TV character. He
says, "I went to
Howard University,
but I was very
focused on acting and
film production so I
knew exactly what I
wanted to do. I was
ready to get out of the
house and be on my


own."
Referring back to
his character Calvin,
Gross laughs, "Yeah,
we are definitely dif-
ferent." When com-
paring Atlanta to Los
Angeles in terms of
working, Gross points
out, "You know, it's a
change of scenery. I've
only worked in
Hollywood and
Atlanta is new to me
but I'm definitely
looking forward to it.
Gross has appeared on
"The Bernie Mac
Show," "Eve" and
other shows.
It is also interesting
to note that Gross
turned down the
opportunity of becom-
ing a pro track and
field athlete to pursue
his dream of acting.
Famous clothing
designer Karl Kani
actually hired Gross
for a national commer-
cial after meeting him
in an elevator at BET's
20th Anniversary after
party. "House of
Payne" has orders for
one hundred episodes
which insures at least
four to five seasons of
airing which is a testa-
ment to the strength of
Tyler Perry's mass
marketing appeal. The
show will debut on
TBS on June 9, 2007.


Lance Gross







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Congratulations
Congrats are in order for publi-
cist Cassandra Butcher who is
reaching the top of the Hollywood
publicity game. Kudos also goes
out to the Williams Brothers
Oren and Zachary who will
shoot the pilot for their own TV
show "Calvin and Freddie's
Cosmic Encounters." Their par-
ents Rugg Williams and Sabina
Cabe along with Troy Rowland
are the producers. The Pilot also
stars Chelsea Tavaras
(Unfabulous), Sammy Fine
(Kicking and Screaming), Cole
Evan Weiss (The Sandlot 2) and
Wes Robinson as the universe
protector Milo. The Williams's
brothers and Chelsea Tavaras are
proud members of Rych
McCain 's Personally Hand-
Picked Family of Spiritually
Cho ten Child/Teen Actors.
lfsic
Over 850 songwriters, record-
ing artists and music industry
leaders gathered at the 24th
Annual ASCAP Pop Music
Awards held on April 18 at the
Oscar famed Kodak Theatre in
Hollywood. EMI Publishing was
named Publisher of the Year for
their 26 award inning songs for
the fifth consecutive year. This
marks Iteiir tihreenth time win-
:i:".g in this category in the 24-
e "-r h!,.-1-. of :he awards show.
_hcliFsa Etheridge won the
.ASC.-iP Fioiituders Award and
The -. 4-.ilmeriLan Reiects \ulled
in the ASCAP I nrguard Award.
Johnta' _4ustin and Jermaine
Dupri won six awards each
includir.. s:arir.' the coveted
Songwriter of the lear Award.
Other mrutiii a'.?.. rd winners
included Kelly Clarkson, Green
Day, Mikkel Eriksen, Tor
Hermansen and Tinmbaland '. ;tl
three awards each; The All-
America Rejects. Tyson Ritter,
Nick Wheeler, Beyonce', Danger
,lMouse. The Fray's Joe King,
Isaac Slade. Sean Garrett, LRoc,


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http://www.ascap.com/event-
sawards/awards/popawards/20
07/
On The Streets Promotions
Announces the 2007 Global
Mixx Confab that will take
place in Chicago from July 19-
22, 2007, at the Hotel Sax (for-
merly House of Blues Hotel).
This "must attend" event will
feature informative panels,
workshops, networking events
and screenings for the music
and film industry. Last year's
event hosted music artists
Kanye West, Common, Lupe
Fiasco, Ludacris, Method
Man, Twista, Shawna, Rich
Boy, Biz Markie, Eightball &
MJGC Obie Trice, Once
Chance, Young Capone, Boss
Man, Consequence, Sa Ra,
GLC, and Farnsworth Bentley.
Industry participants included
13 of the top DJ coalitions and
major record labels such as J
Records, Jive, Universal, Def
Jam, Interscope, Atlantic, Bad
Boy, Disturbing Tha Peace
and Virgin. For more info call
Jonnice Slaughter at 404-551-
3447 or e-mail her at jon-
nice@chatterboxpublicity.com

Social A ctivison:
Stomp The Yard writer/cre-
ator Gregory Anderson has
started a "Save The Schools
Campaign," which is a move-
ment to bring support and
awareness back to the schools
that made movies and TV
shows like Drumline, School
Daze and "A Different World"
a success. Anderson will tour
campuses and deliver speeches
etc., to raise attention to issues
=.ith fi.undin and accreditation.
Th, oie%:
Waitress stars Keri Russell,
N\atlhant Fillion, Cheryl Hines,
Adrienne Shelly, Eddie
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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 04/16/07
1. American Idol, Wed. FOX
2. American Idol, Tues., FOX
3. House, FOX
4. Grey's Anatomy, ABC
5. Dancing with the Stars (Monday), ABC
6. CSI:Miami, CBS
7. America's Top Model, CW
8. Shark, CBS
9. CSI: NY, CBS
10. Dancing with the Stars (Thursday), ABC

Source: Nielsen Media Research


Wednesday
8 p.m. on
cw
America's
Next Top
Model: It's
the swimsuit
d issue times
two in the
new episode
"The Girl Who Blames the
Taxi Driver." The contestants
are in beachwear for this
week's photo shoot, which is
a twofer: sexy looks for a
men's magazine and more
subtle poses for one directed
at women. Tyra Banks hosts
and mentors the models.


Tuesday
10 p.m. on
NBC (3D
Law & Order:
Special Vic-
tims Unit: Oh,
Olivia. When
will you learn
to keep yourT
work and per-
sonal lives separate? In the
new episode "Florida," Benson
(Mariska Hargitay) gets in-
volved in investigating her half
brother (Michael Weston), get-
ting her caught between Capt.
Millfield and Special Agent
Porter from the FBI and putting
her career at risk.


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Jemison, Lew Temple,
Jeremy Sisto and Andy
Griffith. This movie is
lovingly dedicated to this
film's writer/director the
late Adrienne Shelly who
was tragically murdered
by a construction worker
after confronting him
about the noise he was
making while fixing an
apartment under hers in
Greenwich Village, New
York.
This movie is about a
small town waitress
Jenna (Russell), who is
an expert in baking pies.


She hates her life with
her control freak, bully,
overbearing husband
Earl (Sisto) and is preg-
nant by him with their
first child that she does-
n't want. She has an
affair with her OB-GYN
Dr. Pomatter (Fillion)
and receives encourage-
ment to leave Earl from
her two co-working
waitress buddies Becky
(Hines) and Dawn
(Shelly). The pie restau-
rant is owned by grumpy
old Joe (Griffith) who
also eventually supports
Jenna's quest to leave


Earl and start her life
over.
This film does not
have blockbuster hit
tagged onto it, but it is a
sweet, feel good film
that the whole family
can see barring one soft
sex scene. It's a good
rental prospect if you
would rather wait.
Hit me up at
feedbackaych@sbcglobalcom.
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