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 Section A: Main
 Section A: Main: Editorial
 Section A: Main: Church
 Section A: Main: Lifestyle
 Section A: Main: State
 Section A: Main: National
 Section A: Main continued
 Section B: Prep Rap
 Section C: Local
 Section C continued
 Section C: 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:
May 5, 2007
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00118

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 5, 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:
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    Section A: Main: Church
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    Section A: Main: Lifestyle
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    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: Sports
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    Section C continued
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    Section D: Entertainment
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This man targets elderly
women between the ages of
71 to 91 to get money out of
them. According to the
Jacksonville's Sheriff's
Office, he has used several
names but he appears to
always introduce himself as


an FBI agent. As an agent,
he calls the women and
convinces them to allow
him to visit their homes. He
advises them that he is
doing an investigation on
identity theft. Once he
-receives their confidence, he
gets them to withdraw
money from their bank
accounts. One lady gave
him $14,000.
The women have
advised that once the man
gets the money from them,
he disappears. The Sheriff's
office is asking for help to
locate him and wish to alert
older women to be aware of
this and other scam artists.


Shootings in the City

A Wednesday Night Murder on the Westside, Six
Teens Shot in the Talleyrand Area and a woman
was found shot near Moncrief Road

There is a cry to stop the violence and even though a
smaller number of incidents have occurred since last year
this time, crime with a gun must come to a halt. Police are
looking for the persons) who shot Joni Lynn Bright, 34
on Redpoll Avenue off Moncrief Road.
Six teen age boys, between the ages of 15 to 19 were
shot with birdshot bullets at two different locations
Monday. However, the Sheriff's office feel the shootings
are related and stemmed from a fight that had been held
two days earlier about a girl. None their wounds were
life-threatening.
Michael Jones, 26, was found lying on the ground at the
Morningside Apartments Wednesday on Jammes Road.
There have been no arrests in these cases and Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office is seeking your support in providing what
information you may have. Call Crimestoppers at 866-
845 TIPS. Your call will always be anonymous and you
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Community Talking About Suspects


Man Murdered on Mattox


His nick name was
"Trouble" but his father said
that was just his nickname
and not his personality.
Lorenzo Jiles, Jr.
appeared to know that life
for him was short, according
to his father but, he always
considered others. On
Monday, April 30, things
were different for him and
he elected not to wear his
bullet-proof vest. While
visiting a family, Lorenzo
observed a car in the neigh-
borhood and recognized
there was a problem.
Therefore, in an effort to
protect the others, he told
them that he would run out
to his car because with him
not in the house, they would
not be in danger, according
to sources.
Lorenzo thought he had
time to get to his car before
the vehicle that was cruising
by could turn around and
come back. What he did not
know, was those in the car
also had others hiding at or
near the house next door. In


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Stanton High School's First Gala


Deborah Thompson, Betty
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The Florida Star at the Baseball Park

'---- -- THE -- The Florida Star
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anniversary at the
Jacksonville's Sun
.. baseball game. They
,.. were joined by friends
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Tawana Lizzmore, William Kelly, William Kelly III, Tawan Surrency, Tyri Florida Times Union,
E. Kelly, Dan Randolph, Tricia, Tonyaa Weathersbee, Dennis Wade, See C-1 & C4.
Robin Gundy, Harold Hair, Travis Powell and Clara McLaughlin.


addition, witness believe
there was another shooter
hiding in the woods. He
was unable to make it to his
car because of the "hidden"
shooters who, after Lorenzo
was shot, were able to join
the others in the vehicle that
Lorenzo had recognized.
Lorenzo had recently
completed a 14-month stay
at the Jacksonville
Detention Center. He had
told his father that he would
never have to be concerned
about him killing or rob-
bing. He said that he under-
stood God too much for
that.
His family, including his
9-year-old brother said that
he had prayed with them
and alone, "God please
deliver me from these
streets. His little brother
said that was his prayer and
that is what God did when
he was shot down Monday.
Lorenzo's death is very
painful for the family but
they want the community to
know that they are not seek-


i n g
revenge,
only jus-
tice. The
father said
he was mis-
quoted by
the media
who said he
wanted
revenge.
He said his
words are
from the
Bible,"
Vengeance
is mine"
said the
Lord. He
said the


Lorenzo Jiles, Jr., 27, Victim


family has
already forgiven the shoot-
ers and he is falling back on
a sermon preached by his
pastor just two weeks ago at
Open Arms Christian
Fellowship.
Mr. Jiles said he loves
his son so much yet, he is
not a "mad dad." He under-
stand the organization and
what they are trying' to


accomplish and truly wish
them total success in trying
to get the criminals off the
streets and making our
streets safe again. He wants
these "young people to
know that they must stop
killing our seeds. We are
the chosen people and there
is strength in numbers."
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Tennis with the Mayor and the Sheriff

The MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation


From Left (excluding the Mayor and the Sheriff: Devon Price, Travis Willis, Benzell Lang,
Tyrone Davis, Trenden Davis, Coach Devin Reddick, Ciara Walker, Keanna Bell, Shadarian
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New York, Ny Imus Is Not Giving Up Job Without A Fight
Don Imus, the radio host who lost his job at CBS and was taken off MSNBC has
hired Martin Garbus, a widely recognized First Amendment lawyer, to review his con-
tract regarding his comments or description of the Rutgers Girls R.ikeib.ill team.
Garbus said he plans to file a breach of contract lawsuit by the end of next week.

Detroit, Mi. NAACP Plans To Have A Funeral For The N-Word
The NAACP held a symbolic funeral in Detroit 63 years ago for Jim Crow. The civil
rights organization will do the same this summer for the "n-word," the Rev. Wendell
Anthony said Sunday. The NAACP said they will hold a symbolic funeral for the N-
word at their national convention in Detroit this summer.

Washington, DC Obama Now Has Secret Service Protection
It has been reported that Senator Obama has been provided Secret Service
Protection. This is unusual so early in a campaign. He has not received threats, accord-
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George E. Curry
NNPA Columnist


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Anyone who has followed
my career knows how I feel
about Clarence Thomas. In
fact, Jack E. White, writing in
Time magazine, said, "No
matter what George Curry
accomplishes during the
remainder of his journalistic
career, he will be remem-
bered for one thing: he was
the editor who slapped a por-
trait of Clarence Thomas
wearing an Aunt Jemima-
style handkerchief on a 1993
cover of Emerge magazine."
White continued, "That
shocking image outraged
Thomas supporters, of
course, but it crystallized the
disgust that many African-
Americans had begun to feel
about the ultra-conservative
legal philosophy of the U.S.
Supreme Court's only black
member."
Given my view of
Thomas, I never thought I'd
want to read a book on the
supreme prick from Pinpoint,
Ga. However, I resisted the
urge and this w.,ek read
Supreme Discomfort: The
Divided Soul of Clarence
Thomas.' The only reason 1
read the book was because it
was written by Kevin Merida
and Michael A. Fletcher, two
friends who work at the
Washington Post. They have
done a superb job describing
the many contradictions of
Clarence Thomas.


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After reading the book, I
have one regret about that
famous Emerge cover. If I
had an opportunity to do it
over, I would tie the Aunt
Jemima knot tighter.
While criticizing African-
Americans for embracing
"victimhood," the book por-
trays Thomas as the ultimate
professional victim, at every
turn claiming that people did-
n't like him because of his
dark skin, his broad lips, or
his conservative ideology.
Recounting a 1998 speech
before the National Bar
Association, the authors note,
"In remarks that veered from
self-pity to combative, he
maintained" that the "princi-
pal problem" he faces could
be summed up in one suc-
cinct sentence: "I have no
right to think the way I do
because I am black."
As the late Appeals Court
Justice A. Leon
Higginbotham pointed out at
the time, "He's got a right to
think whatever he wants to,
but he does not have a right to
be free of critique." And a cri-
tique of Thomas shows that
while professing to oppose
special treatment because of
his race, every job he has
held, including his appoint-
ment to the Supreme Court,
was obtained, in part, because
of his race.
"Every Thomas employer,
from Danforth, who gave him
his first job, to President
George H.W. Bush, who


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nominated him to the
Supreme Court, chose
Thomas at least partly
because he is black. Race is a
central fact of his meteoric
rise, and Thomas has alter-
nately denied it and resented
it "all the way to the top," the
book states.
To get to the top, to the
Supreme Court, Thomas
allowed his Right-wing han-
dlers to misrepresent his past.
"The Pin Point strategy."
some advisers dubbed it: file
down the sharp ideological
edges and keep emphasizing
Thomas' personal story of
"triumph over adversity," the
authors wrote.
"What the White House
advisers didn't know, or, per-
haps, just ignored. was that
Thomas' connection to his
birthplace was tenuous at
best. His family's house had
burned down when he was
six, and for most of his young
life he was raised comfort-
ably in Savannah by his
grandfather, Myers
Anderson, one of the black
community's leading busi-
nessmen."
Although Thomas' affec-
tion for pornography was dis-
closed during his confirma-
tion hearings, the books
details Thomas' long and
deep attraction to pornogra-
phy. He told Dan Johnson, a
Yale classmate, "My favorite
movie of all time is Deep
Throat. I've seen that [MF]
six times."
In the public arena,
Thomas appears only before
friendly audiences; he rarely
speaks to Black organiza-
tions. He saw nothing wrong
with officiating the wedding


or conservative talk" snow
host Rush Limbaugh while
sitting on the Supreme Court.
The most incredulous
assertion made by Thomas
was that his actions benefit
African-Americans. He told a
visitor to the Supreme Court,
"It's unfair how black
America criticizes me. I'm
trying to help black
America."
Help us to do what?
Return to slavery?
African-Americans are
not fooled. According to a
study by the Joint Center for
Political and Economic
Studies, cited in the book, a
1998 poll showed that
Thomas had a favorable rat-
ing of just 32 percent, the
worst numbers of any promi-
nent African-American.
Judge Higginbotham said,
"I have often pondered how is
it that Justice Thomas, an
African-American, could be
so insensitive to the plight of
the powerless. Why is he no
different, or probably worse,
than many of the most con-
servative Supreme Court jus-
tices of the century? I can
only think of one Supreme
Court justice during the cen-
tury who was worse than
Justice Clarence Thomas:
James McReynolds, a White
supremacist who referred to
blacks as "n*ggers."
George E. Curly, former
editor-in-chief of Emerge
magazine and the NNPA
News Service, is a keynote
speaker, moderator, and
media coach. He can be
reached at george@george-
cury.com or through his Web
site, www.georgecurry.com


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MAY5, 2007


Faith In Our Community
Schedule of Events and Services

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.; Superientendent'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 ANNU-
AL CRIME PREVENTION PRAYER BREAK-
FAST 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 ll:00am.
Featuring Couture Designer Andrena Meeks Morgan of
Duluth, Georgia. For more information call Minister
Scott at 608-2962.
MOUNT SINAI MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH invites you to their 99th CHURCH
ANNIVERSARY. The church is located at 2036 Silver
St., Jacksonville, FL with Rev. R.L. Gundy, Pastor.
Celebrating the entire month of May, with special serv-
ices every Sunday morning, 10:30 a.m., Sunday
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P.M. NIGHTLY to be held at the St. Joseph Missionary
Baptist church located at 485 W. 1st St., Jacksonville,
FL, with Rev. H.T. Rhim, Pastor. The public is invited
to come and be blessed by the Word of God.
THE THIRD ANNUAL CHILDREN'S FASHION
SHOW presented by the Calendar Committee of the
First A.M.E. Church Modeling Coordinator Tonya
Gaines has been working with the young people. The
fashions will be highlighted by Commentator Donna
Banks, and light refreshments will follow after the
show on Saturday, May 5, 4:30 p.m. In addition, the
Senior Usher Board, while existing for 15 years, will
present their Second Anniversary Celebration and a
light repast on Sunday, May 6, 4 p.m., at the church.
The fashion tickets are $7 each, and a love offering will
be asked for the anniversary. First A.M.E. Church is the
pastorate of the Rev. Gillard S. Glover, 91 Old Kings
Road North in Palm Coast. To contact the church, call
(386) 446-5759.
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.
GOSPEL SINGING EXPLOSION at Greater St.
Mark Baptist Church located at 6538 Restlawn Dr.,
Jacksonville, FL on May 5, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. with
Reverend Edward Lavant, Pastor. Featured singers will
be: Antwoine Peterson & The Supreme 7, jessie & The
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BARNES, John A., died
April 22, 2007.
BERNAL, Gladstone, 93,
died April 28, 2007.
Alphonso West Mortuary.
BRONNER, Belynda,
died April 30, 2007.
BRYANT, Lillian, died
April 29, 2007.
BRYDEN, Royce, 73,
died April 28, 2007.
COLLINS, L.C., 75, died
April 28, 2007.
COUSAR, Lindy E., died
April 24, 2007.
DEANS, Joan W., 77,
died April 24, 2007.
GADSON, Chilion V.,
19, died April 23, 2007.
GORDON, Gerline, 61,
died April 29, 2007.
HAGANS, Rosebud,
died April 28, 2007.
HAMMOND, James, Jr.,
died April 27, 2007.
HART, Grady, Jr., died
April 28, 2007.
HAYNES, George R.,
died April 29, 2007.
HOPKINS, Edward, died
April 30, 2007.
LAWRENCE, Timothy,
died April 25, 2007.


LEE, Estelle, died April
25, 2007.
JOHNSON, Freddie,
died April 24, 2007.
JOHNSON, Nancy L.,
52, died April 30, 2007.
JOHNSON, Syrina L.,
25, died April 26, 2007.
McDONALD, Maya
Dionne, died April 24,
2007. Alphonso West
Mortuary.
MINNIS, Joseph H., died
April 30, 2007.
NORRIS, Lovey Q., 82,
died April 26, 2007. She
was a longtime resident
ofBrunsw'ick, GA.

O'NEAL, Maggie, died
April 29, 2007. Alphonso
West Mortuary.
PARKER, Terry Lee, 49,
died April 24, 2007.
WATKINS, Marie Rose,
died April 29, 2007.
'WEEKS, Ethan J., died
April 26, 2007.
WISE, Pearl, died April
29, 2007.
WRIGHT, Tyrone, 28,
died April 23, 2007.


The Church Directory )

"Come and Worship With Us"

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

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
SBible Power Enrichment Hour
Sunday School 9:15 10:15 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
i (Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
S 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 am.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
"Call or Write Mt. Charity for FREE Sunday School Outlines"
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Fla. 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aolcom
Website: GreaterelbetheLorg

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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and a time
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en. A time to be born, and a time
to die."-Ecclesiastes 3:1-2.
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death and funerals. Too depress-
ing. Unfortunately, death is a fact
of life and there simply is no way
to avoid it. For indeed there is a
"time to be born and a time to
die."
You may want a traditional
funeral service with visitation
and a member of the clergy con-
ducting services at a church or a
funeral home. Would you want
an open or closed casket? Maybe
you want a special friend to do
the eulogy or family members to
read scripture passages or poetry.
Any favorite hymns?
First, you should shop
around and talk to a few funeral
directors. Yes, let your fingers do
the walking-comparing prices.
for such things as casket,
cnilil .niiiii. ant the cost for pro-
fessional services.
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and guest registers-theN add up
quickly Man) opt for the funer-
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foi personalized services.
Decide on body disposition.
Burial or cremation? If earth bur-
ial, a cemetery plot should be
purchased; if above ground, a
mausoleum crypt. If cremation is
the choice, plan disposition of
the ashes. Do you want them
stored in a columbarium niche or
buried? Maybe you prefer to
have your ashes scattered?
An option some people take
is to donate organs and tissues to
a medical school (have a donor
card and check on requirements).
If you would rather have a
memorial service express that
wish. That means a service in the
funeral home or a church where
the body is not present. A com-
mon misconception is that when
the body is cremated you don't
hold a funeral. You can hold a
fimeral before cremation.


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By
Betty Asque


Davis


"There's Always Something

Happening On The First Coast"

Stanton Spirit Is Enormous at POCC
The Prime Osborne Convention Center had multiple
simultaneous Galas this past Saturday evening.
However the 'real' Gala was the First Annual Stanton
Gala. In fact there were nearly fifteen hundred in atten-
dance at the Stanton Gala and I am told that more than
seven hundred disappointed Stantonians were unable to
purchase tickets to the sold out event. For the fortunate
'early birds' it was so marvelous fun seeing former
teachers, classmates and friends. It was an evening of
personal nostalgia for this writer as I met my future
husband during my first year at New Stanton. That was
over fifty-one years ago and thanks to DJ Rodney
Hurst (who has the very best collection of 'oldies' I
have experienced), we danced the steps of our day
(which included 'The Twist' to Hank Ballards and
The Midnighters') between hugs and kisses with old
friends and teachers.
From Old Stanton's Class of 1931 (represented by
Mrs. Ruth Cummings Solomon, who also taught so
many of us mathematics at New Stanton) to Class of
1953 (the last class to graduate from Old Stanton High
School) followed by the Class of 1954 (the first class to
graduate from New Stanton Senior High School) to the
Class of 1968 (the last class to finish New Stanton
Senior High School). And then there was Stanton
Vocational High School which began at Old Stanton in
1954 during the day and in the evening it was the cen-
ter for the Adult and Educational Program. The voca-
tional studies continued at the New Stanton facility
until 1971. In 1971 the New Stanton campus became
both an academic and vocational institution of learning.
Thanks to local historians Mesdames Camilla Perkins
Thompson and Nancy Scriven Watts; our own memo-
ries were reaffirmed. This gala was for each of these
alumni.
Enjoy the scenes from the 2007 Annual Stanton Gala
and I promise that there will be more next week. Stay
tuned for more!
********
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!


Stanton Annual Gala Planning Recording Secretary Mrs. Sandra
Cummings Thompson '60, Gala Chairman Kenneth Reddick and Mrs.
Larletta Galvin Reddick'64 and Gala Vice-Chairman Clarence Von Bostick
'49.


Class of '58 out of owners: Screen Actor A.B. Brown, Mrs. Barbara
Pearce Jones Brown, Ph.D., with her daughter Ms. Chavella Redd
Grayson and The Bakers (Mrs. Delores Pearson Baker).
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The Charles Scrivens, Tallahassee and The Charlie Williamses, St.
Petersburg.


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Stanton Annual Gala Chairperson Kenneth Reddick following plaque
presentation to the planning team (not in order of their names):
Sandra Cummings Thompson '60, Charleyene Bloodworth Martin
'65, Norma Lang Brown '54. Julie Newman Boulware '67, James
Tippins '53, Rev. Bernard Wright '64, Gail Walden Holley, Claude
Hunter '53, Charlie Kennebrew, Jr. '66, Sandra White-Manigault
Jones '66 and Eula Mayes'44.


Class of '55 out of owners: The Isaac Chandlers, Mrs. Ann Sullivan
Weston and The Jacksons.


The Lionel 'Billie' Moores (Mrs. Joyce Graham Moore, Ph.D.,
Atlanta, GA.


The Lang sisters: Mesdames Norma Lang Brown '54; Loyce Lang
Hill '48, Inglewood, CA; and Barbara Rose Lane '50.


Members of the Class of '38 Mrs. Mary Cobb, Mrs. Ruth Wheaten,
Mrs. Evelyn Galvin, Dr. James Henderson and Mrs. Elizabeth
Guyton Hunter with former Stanton teacher Mrs. Isabelle Kelly, Dr.
Janetta Norman and James Guyton '49.


Faculty/Stantonians: Mrs. Ruth Solomon '31; Dr. Norma Solomon
White '51; The Sollie Mitchells (Mr. Mitchell '40 and Mrs. Mitchell a
former faculty member); Mrs.. Louise Killons '36, Mrs. Adeline Cobb
Stantonians Richard Anders, Lake City and Mrs. Louella '36, Mrs. Marian Jeffers '36 and Mrs. Janie Madry '36.
Washington McBride.


Class of '60 Classmates: (By their maiden names) Mesdames Sandra
Cummings, Shirley Ford, Betty Richardson and Marilyn Madry.


Stantonians: Mrs. Patricia Hill Mitchell, Mrs. Sharon Koon, Mrs.
Verdell Bailey Benefield, Dr. Orrin Mitchell and Mrs. Juliette Hunter
Tucker.


Former Stanton faculty members Dr. 1
Roundtree.
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Former Stanton Administrator Mr. Edwin 'Butch' Lawson and Mrs.
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Judge Under Fire F r a not guilty verdict, Greene
said to the defense attorney
and prosecutor that "this
was an NH-II case,"' accord-
Racially Tinged Remark aing to Fntei's letter
ing to Finkelslein's letter.


Broward County coun-
ty's chief criminal judge has
asked to be reassigned, after
coming under fire for mak-
ing a derogatory remark fol-
lowing a criminal trial.
Criminal Administrative
Chief Judge Charles Greene
- who has been on the
bench for nearly two
decades requested the
transfer one day after Public
Defender Howard
Finkelstein asked the coun-
ty's chief judge to remove
him for using the acronym
"NHI," which stands for
"no humans involved."
SThe pejorative and often
racially insensitive term
applies to the attitudes of
certain people to crimes.
The idea being that those
who are the victims are not
worth investigating for
some subjective reason -
such as being a prostitute,
drug dealer or any kind
of background that can let
some people express the
fact that they don't deserve
to have their case investi-
gated or that it will cer-


tainly be lowest priority.
The case he was presiding
over involved a black vic-
tim, a black defendant and a
black witness.
"It is a deeply, deeply
offensive term that at the
very least is classist,"
Finkelstein said Tuesday.
Once the term is used,
judges don't have to work as
hard because there are "no
humans involved."
Finkelstein said he want-
ed Greene removed from
the criminal bench, but does
not have a problem if he
presides over civil cases. In
a letter to Chief Judge Dale
Ross on Tuesday, Greene
requested he be reassigned
from the criminal division.
He said he did not.know
there was any "racial impli-
cation or overtone" to the
comment he made, but said
the incident has now
become a distraction.
Greene said his com-
ment was meant to charac-
terize the credibility of the
witness, not the witness'
race. After the case ended in


Tuitions Going Up


at State Schools

Parents and students planning on attend-
ing Florida State University, the University
of Florida and the University of South
Florida could see a 15 percent tuition
increase in the fall under a bill the House
passed Wednesday and sent to the governor.
That could grow to as much as 40 per-
cent after three years at Florida State and UF
if the Legislature does not raise tuition at the
state-run universities in that time. The USF
tuition increase would be capped at 30 per-
cent.
Advocates of the proposal (SB 1710)
said raising tuition is vital to raising
Florida's education standards through the
hiring of more counselors and faculty mem-
bers. They argued that the cost of higher
education-in Florida rests near the bottom
nationally, and while that is something to
boast about, it has hurt the overall quality of
education in the state's university system.
Opponents said it's unfair to place tuition
increases on the backs of students who can
least afford it, instead 'of having the
Legislature increase education funding in
the first place.
Only incoming freshman in the fall of
this year would be charged the increased
tuition. During the first year, the additional
fees at the three universities are expected to


"In my 16 '/ years on the
bench, I have always con-
ducted myself in a manner
that I thought was appropri-
ate to insure that justice was
evenly dispensed," Greene
wrote in his letter to Ross.
"Now it appears that a mis-
understood comment is cre-
ating a situation that should
not continue in the best
interests of the circuit and
the criminal division."
Finkelstein said he did
not think Greene was racist.
"I really do believe he's a
good man who spoke stu-
pidly, but unfortunately,
there are consequences."
Minority bar associa-
tions criticized the Broward
judiciary a year ago, after
Korda commanded a bat-
tered wife seeking a
restraining order to speak in
English instead of Spanish.
To combat the negative
publicity, Ross ordered
Broward judges and magis-
trates to take racial, reli-
gious and ethnic sensitivity
training. He took the course
himself.


raise about $3.6 million. By the fourth year,
the fees would pull in an estimated $73.6
million.
Students who qualify for the state's
Prepaid College Program would be exempt
from having to pay the fee. The Bright
Futures Scholarship Program would not
cover the fee.
Although student groups have come out
in favor of the proposal, many lawmakers
said it was inappropriate to charge students
an extra fee that will hurt a middle class
already straining under other economic
pressures.
Opponents argued the increase breaks a
promise the state made with the Bright
Futures program.
"We told our best and brightest that if
you stay in the state of Florida, if you work
hard, if you achieve a certain grade-point
average, if you get a certain score on a col-
lege entrance test, that we will pay your
expenses for a higher education in the state
of Florida," said Rep. Curtis Richardson, D-
Tallahassee. "Now we're telling those stu-
dents and families we're going to break that
covenant now and charge you in addition to
Bright Futures. Members, that is wrong."
Current in-state tuition is $3,307 at
Florida State and $3,416 at USF.
In-state tuition and fees at the University
of Florida $3,206 this year are among
the lowest charged by top state schools
around the country. It ranked lowest among
the top 15 public universities ranked this
year by U.S. News and World Report.


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Lawmakers Give Up:



Special Session for Taxes


In a move that surprised very few,
Florida lawmakers suspended all negotia-
tions on cutting property taxes Wednesday
and will return for a special session next
month to try to break the logjam.
After a
week-long
impasse on the "The issue is too impo
major policy
issue of 2007, our taxpayers for us
issue of 2007,,
House Speaker that we will n(
Marco Rubio
and Senate
President Ken
Pruitt made obviously choreographed state-
ments to the House and Seanet chambers,
saying the subject of taxes is too important
to risk getting wrong. "The issue it too
important for our state and to our taxpayers
for us to give them a product
that we will not be proud of,"
Pruitt told senators. "While
we are disappointed, we have
come a long way."
House Speaker Marco
Rubio interrupted discussion
on university fee increases to
break the news.
"The good news is I
believe we have made
tremendous conceptual
progress in our conversations
with our colleagues the sen- Florida Sen
ate. We can feel confident Ken
that property tax relief and
reform is going to happen for Floridians and
God willing, it's going to happen this year,"
he said.
"The' bad news is, and it's really not all
that bad, is that in order to put this into prac-
tice 72 hours simply is not enough time."
The announcement spotlights the contin-
uing differences between the House and
their desire for a radical swap of higher
sales taxes in return for lower property
taxes, and a more cautious Senate, which
favors a controlled reduction in local prop-
erty tax rates and more control over local
government spending.
In the highly charged atmosphere of the


final week of the session, it became clear
that the more deliberative Senate was
increasingly uneasy about rushing to a deal
in the final 72 hours.
Early on, Senate leaders emphatically
rejected Rubio's


rtant for our state and to
to give them a product
ot be proud of,"
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call for a 2.5-
percent sales tax
increase in
return for the
elimination of
property taxes
on homesteads
levied by cities


and counties.
Gov. Charlie Crist has offered a third
plan that takes from both the House and
Senate proposals.
By forming a joint House-Senate confer-
ence committee on property
taxes, lawmakers created a
mechanism that might have
produced a take-it-or-leave-it
product, negotiated by only a
few lawmakers and present-
ed to both houses for an up
or down vote.
But property taxes is a
highly emotional issue with
many lawmakers, and many
have sharply different defini-
tions of what constitutes the
te President "meaningful" and "immedi-
1ruitt ate" tax relief most have
demanded.
The two leaders said the proper course of
action was to end the regular 60-day session
Friday and return later for a session devoted
exclusively to property taxes.
Leaders tentatively have set the dates for
the special session as June 5 to 15.
Crist has a planned week-long trade and
goodwill mission to Israel ending June 3.
Several legislators will be on the trip.
"Mark your calendars," Pruitt told the
Senate.
John Wayne Smith, a lobbyist for the
Florida League of Cities, said legislators
made the right call. "It's the responsible
thing to do. It gives everybody the chance to


Florida State News Briefs

South Daytona, Fl Police have arrested the man they say killed an 18-year-old
woman and stuffed her body in a garbage can in South Daytona. Clayton Williams, also
known as 'Big Boy,' was arrested last night on charges of first-degree murder, said South
Daytona police spokesman Lt. Ron Wright.

Hialeah Gardens, Fl Two men robbed an armored truck of more than $1 million
as it delivered money to a check cashing store Wednesday, police said. Shots were fired,
but no injuries or arrests were reported.
The truck belonging to AT Systems was making a delivery to E-Z Checks Cash at a
strip mall when two men approached the two guards who were with the vehicle, Hialeah
Gardens police Lt. Carlos Fojo said. Fojo did not discuss the exact amount stolen, but
confirmed it was more than $1 million.


State House Adds Slots

to Property Tax Bill

A plan to expand gambling in Jacksonville
and across Florida surfaced Monday in the
state House and was immediately linked to the
ongoing legislative battle to slash property
taxes.
With less than a week left in the 2007 ses-
sion, a key House committee suddenly
approved a measure that would allow nine
pari-mutuels across the state to install up to
1,000 slot-machine-like video terminals that
are now legal only in American Indian casi-
nos.
Backers pledged to use the up to $1 billion
they predicted the machines would generate to
lower school property taxes mandated by the
state.
In an effort for a positive spin, Rep. David
Rivera, a Miami Republican and top lieu-
tenant to House Speaker Marco Rubio, called
it "a bill about property-tax relief."
The House bill would allow video slots at
dog and horse tracks and jai-alai frontons
within 40 miles of Indian casinos or in coun-
ties with more than 800,000 people that have
an Indian casino. None in Central Florida fits
the bill, but Tanipa Bay, Fort Myers, South
Florida and Jacksonville have eligible facili-
ties.


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Hip-Hop Exec

Wants to Ban

Three Racial,

Sexist, Words

Hip-hop mogul Russell
Simmons said last week that
the recording and broadcast
industries should consis-
tently ban three racial and
sexist epithets from all so-
called clean versions of rap
songs on the airwaves.
Currently such epithets
are banned from most clean
versions, but record compa-
nies sometimes "arbitrarily"
decide which offensive
words to exclude and there's
no uniform standard for
deleting such words,
Simmons said.
The recommendations
drew mixed reaction and
come two weeks after some
began carping anew about
rap lyrics after radio person-
ality Don Imus was fired by
CBS Radio and NBC, for
referring to the players on
the Rutgers university
women's basketball team as
"nappy-headed hos."
Expressing concern
about the "growing public
outrage" over the use of
such words in rap lyrics,
Simmons said the words
"bitch," "ho" and "nigger"
should be considered
"extreme curse words."
"We recommend
(they're) always out,"
Simmons, the pioneering
entrepreneur who made mil-
lions of dollars as he helped
shape hip-hop culture, said
in an interview Monday.
"This is a first step. It's a
clear message and a consis-
tency that we want the
industry to accept for more
corporate social responsi-
bility."
Last week, Simmons
called a private meeting of
influential music industry


GOP Sen.
Backs DC
Vote Law
A prominent Senate
,Republican, Orrin Hatch,
threw his weight behind a
D.C. voting rights bill
today, boosting its chances
of passing the upper house
of Congress.
Sen. Joseph Lieberman
who introduced the bill
today with Hatch, called the
Utah senator's backing "a


executives to discuss the
issue. However, no music
executives were associated
with Monday's announce-
ment by Simmons' lip-Hop
Summit Action Network.
The recommendations
also included forums to fos-
ter dialogue among enter-
tainers, hip-hop fans and
executives and the creation
of a mentoring program for



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Russell Simmons

entertainers. Another rec-
ommendation called for the
establishment of a coalition
of music, radio and televi-
sion executives to advise
those industries on "lyrical
and visual standards."
The announcement cau-
tioned against violating
free-speech rights but said
that freedom of expression
comes with responsibility.
"Our discussions are
about the corporate social
responsibility of the indus-
try to voluntarily show
respect to African-
Americans and other people
of color, African-American
women and to all women in
lyrics and images," read a
joint statement from
Simmons and Benjamin
Chavis, the network's exec-
utive director.
Simmons and Chavis
issued a statement differen-
tiating hip-hop artists from
shock jocks like Imus. They
said offensive words in hip-
hop "may be uncomfortable
for some to hear, but our job
is not to silence or censor
that expression."


turning point."
"I am certain his co-
sponsorship will lead to the
breakthrough we've been
searching for," Lieberman
said.
The legislation is a polit-
ical compromise that would
pair a new House seat for
heavily Democratic D.C.
with an extra seat for
Republican-leaning Utah,
which fell 856 people short
of getting an added House
member after the last cen-
sus.


National News Briefs

Washington, DC Fewer U.S. employers are offer-
ing health benefits, mostly because many new small
employers have chosen not to pay for health insurance,
the U.S. Government Accountability Office reported on
Monday. The GAO found an 8 percentage point drop in
the share of small employees offering benefits from 2001
to 2006 and said many employers that offer health bene-
fits now make workers pay a higher share of out-of-
pocket costs

Montebello, CA, A circus performer fell about 40
feet to his death during a performance in Southern
California, authorities said.
The man was performing with Circus Vasquez, a
troupe that Bad traveled to California from Mexico for
the show at the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area in
unincorporated Los Angeles County, Gonzalez said.

Princeton, NJ New Jersey Gov. Jon S. Corzine has
voluntarily paid a $46 fine for violating state law by not
wearing a seat belt in his near-fatal car accident, his
spokesman said Tuesday. Spokesman Anthony Coley
said Corzine met with State Police Superintendent Col.
Rick Fuentes and Attorney General Stuart Rabner, as
well as two state police investigators, for a half-hour
Tuesday at the governor's mansion in Princeton to dis-
cuss the accident.
i'


Hillary Visits South Carolina


As Dems Begin Convention


South Carolina's Democratic Party
capped off three days of national atten-
tion by electing its first chairwoman
last week.
Carol Fowler faced no opposition in
being elected to a four-year term at the
party's annual convention.
But Fowler now faces months of
challenges as she tries to put the party
in shape financially and internally to
handle the nation's second primary in
January.
Taking advantage of the emphasis
on Demo-crats, Hillary Rodham
Clinton arrived in Greenville for a
Chamber of Commerce appearance
and a town hall meeting at a favorite
Democratic stopping place.
But, this is not Hillary Territory.
This is, in the words of the local
Democratic chairman, "the front line in
the culture wars," Greenville, SC, a
Southern town where Republicans rule
and people from both parties are wary
of the famous senator from the North.
"1 just think she's annoying," said
Leslie Milling, a creative consultant
from a construction company attending
a chamber of commerce meeting
where Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton,
D-N.Y., spoke last week. Milling, a
Republican, was particularly irked by
Clinton's recent speech in Selma, Ala.,
in which she seemed to put on a
Southern accent.
Others in the crowd were equally


wary even the Democrats. "I think
she's too divisive," said John Bell, a
Democratic lawyer who is undecided
about a presidential candidate.
But in the chamber of commerce
speech and at a town hall meeting the
same day, Clinton softened her tone,
emphasized personal responsibility a
subtle appeal toconservatives and
avoided the faux Southern accent.
Local and state Democrats said this


Senator Hillary Clinton


morning they're giddy over their choic-
es for president and in no rush to
decide from a crowded field of candi-
dates lavishing attention on their state,
from Greenville to Allendale.
Among Democratic voters, Clinton
leads in most of the early primary and
caucus states, including South


Tuskegee Airmen Museum

Planned at Detroit Airport
The Tuskegee Airmen, the World War II soldiers whose
heroics have gone largely unheralded for more than 60
years, have announced plans for a $32-million national
museum in Detroit, to be built with corporation donations
and the unique strategy of asking every African American
for an $8 contribution.
The campaign will involve a marketing blitz next year
that will spread the word through public service announce-
ments on radio stations, notices in black publications and
faxes sent to black churches.
"It is our responsibility as African Americans to get this
story out," said Brian Smith, a
General Dynamics engineer who
is chairman of the museum's cap- The Armen
ital campaign committee. "No War II not losing
one else has been willing to tell enemy fire in more
the story." sions is a record
The campaign committee, other fighter group
which represents the fewer than
400 surviving airmen, has signed
a 50-year lease with the Coleman A. Young Airport. The $26
million museum honoring the Tuskegee Airmen is planned
for a renovated 35,000-square-foot hangar at Detroit's air-
port, an organizer said Friday. It would replace the small but
well-maintained museum at Historic Ft. Wayne.
Plans for the new museum include a three-story center
that would house photos, books, a virtual theater, an aviation
history exhibit; flight simulators, three classrooms and, most
important, replicas.of 10 planes the airmen flew.
The airmen plan to announce further details of the cam-
paign at a gala celebration May 11 at the Charles H. Wright
Museum of African American History, which, from that
point, will display a replica of the Congressional Gold
Medal the airmen received March 29.
The capital campaign will be done in two phases. During


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Carolina. Among Democrats in the
state, she leads with 33 percent, com-
pared with 26 percent for Sen. Barack
Obama of Illinois and 21 percent for
former Sen. John Edwards, a native of
South Carolina.
But her negative ratings remain
quite high: 46 percent among all voters
nationwide and 83 percent among
Republicans, which helps to explain
the cool response she got at the cham-
ber meeting in conservative
Greenville.
The chamber of commerce meeting
attracted a mix of Republicans and
Democrats, so Clinton was not espe-
cially partisan in her speech. To avoid
accusations that her universal health
care plan was "big government, she
emphasized personal responsibility,
saying she would ask people to take
better care of their health.
The town hall meeting, held in a
church auditorium, was a more lively
affair, with nearly 1,000 people cheer-
ing and waving signs when she walked
on stage.
During a question-and-answer peri-
od, Clinton was asked why abortion
was not considered murder. Clinton
replied with a history of abortion law,
tracing the U.S. approach to British
law. She said women in the United
States should be able to choose.
"I believe abortion should be safe,
legal and rare, she said.


the first, the airmen will seek corporate donations and feder-
al funding. Then, the airmen will call on African Americans
for their $8 donations. Smith said he hopes to announce at
the gala the names of some donors who have pledged
money.
Gen. Lucius Theus, who coordinates the airmen's fund-
raising, said he hopes the nation will embrace the mission of
these soldiers, who initially weren't considered smart
enough to fly and who returned from war to an America that
offered them not only no thanks, but few jobs.
"The message we try to drive home is that regardless of
how you may perceive the playing field. .. if you are will-
ing to work hard and constantly pursue excellence, you can
succeed," Theus said.
The Tuskegee Ainnen are working on two national fund-
raising campaigns at once: one to establish the national
museum in Detroit and another
to complete a statue at Moten
access during World Field in Alabama, which the
a single bomber to National Park Service has reno-
an 200 combat mis- vated and designated as a his-


d unmatched by any


toric site.
They have raised $1 million
for the statue, said Lt. Col.
Donald Thomas of Detroit, who


is working on both efforts.
The sites will not compete for visitors, he said. The
Alabama site will serve as a memorial, a tribute to the dead.
The Detroit museum will serve as a tribute to the survivors
and a lesson for youths.
"We want a world-class museum," Theus said. "We want
it here" in Detroit "because we have the support... and we
have a dedicated group of airmen working to make the
museum a success."
The U.S. Congress authorized $29 million in 1998 to
develop the Tuskegee Airmen Naitonal Historic..Site, with
the University, Tuskegee Airmen Inc. and the National Park
Service serving as partners in its development. To'date, a
mere $3.6 million has been appropriated for the Site's
implementation.


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MURDER Continued from A-1
The family and friends are upset about the length of time his body laid on the street,
uncovered with those large holes showing for about three or four hours and therefore
began to deteriorate. The officers said they were searching for clues. Even though the
investigators say they have no suspects, it is rumoured that the shooter or the shooter
leader was just released from jail on February 7, 2007 and that this same group is respon-
sible for the murder of a 19-year-old on 45th around Easter.
Mr. Jiles stated that when he went to the funeral home and was able to see the wound
and hold his son, a certain calm came over his body and he now feels that God has
brought him through. He said that he has been going through a lot lately, including losing
his mother and his job. This senseless murder however, has given him strength and
Wednesday night was the first night he was able to sleep. He feels that all of this is in
God's plan, he said.
Mr. Jiles said, Lorenzo is from a large family on both his parents side and they all
believe that one should live in such a way that those who know you but don't know God
will come to know, God because they know you. He said his son knew God.
He is asking the community to continue providing information to the Sheriff's office and
keep the family in their prayers.
Lorenzo Jiles' funeral will be held on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at the Joint Heirs Church
on Dunn Avenue.


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By: Dr Clint Wilson
Thirty-seven years after the first Black newspaper in America was founded in New York
City (Freedom's Journal, 1827) the Black press reached another milestone with the launch-
ing of the New Orleans Tribune, destined to become the race's first daily news publication.
The Tribune's roots can be traced to another landmark event that saw the first Black
newspaper published in the South. That was L'Union (the Union) a paper published in both
French and English beginning in 1862 during the Civil War.
After L'Union ceased publication in 1864, Dr. Louis C. Roudanez, a wealthy Black
physician, bought its printing equipment and issued another bilingual newspaper called La
Tribune de la Nouvelle-Orleans the New Orleans Tribune. The Tribune debuted on July 21,
1864 as a tri-weekly and became a daily organ in October that year.
The Tribune was a champion of equal rights for Blacks and called for an end to discrim-
inatibn in employment, education and voting privileges. Dr. Roudanez was vice-president of
New Orleans' Freedmen's Aid Association and the following excerpt from the Tribune
attests to its work.

"The Freedmen 's Aid Association will meet this evening, and will have under considera-
tion several important propositions. Up to this time the interests offreedmen or more gener-
ally of the colored people have been very imperfectly protected. Efforts have been made by
the competent authorities; but however sincere these efforts were, they have not been ade-
quate to the urgency and the difficulties of the situation. All over the state, the Freedmen are
threatened in their lives, robbed of their liberties and deprived of the fruits of their toils and
labor.
... In many parts of the state, a system of terror has been inaugurated, to keep down the
Freedmen; several have already been murdered and many more will be if we do not resist.
The right of self-defense is a sacred right. We read in the American Constitution that it is an
immunity of its citizens of the Republic that they can bear arms. Assassins are not brave; and
afew cases of self-defense followed by the punishment of the would-be murderers, would be
sufficient to plunge into a solitary terror the slavocrats of the parishes. These people must
be taught to respect the lives of their fellow citizens. But, to avert the recurrence of murder
and ambush it would probably be sufficient .to send afew companies of colored troops into
the worst parishes. The presence of our armed brethren, wearing the United States uniform,
would do a great deal toward bringing the slaveholders to their senses. The black regiments
carry with them the vivid and forcible image of the revolution, i.e. of the elevation of the




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NOW IS THE TIME TO CHANGE A LIFETIME FOR A CHILD IN FOSTER CARE


Sj. CFoster Care


May is National Foster Care Month
( BLACK PR WIRE) ( April 26,
2007) Over 513,000 American children
are in foster care because their own fam-
ilies are in crisis and unable to provide
for their essential wellbeing. Of these
children, 32 percent are African
American. These numbers are quite dis-
proportionate when you look at the fact
that African-American children make up
only 15 percent of the total United States
population.
Research indicates that children of
color are not at greater risk for abuse and
neglect than Caucasian children, howev-
er, they are more likely to enter and stay
in foster care for longer periods of time
and are less likely to be either returned
home or adopted. Like all young people,
youth in foster care, regardless of color,
deserve and benefit from enduring, posi-
tive -relationships with caring adults.
Now is the time to get involved.
This May, National Foster Care
Month (www.fostercaremonth.org) will
serve as a platform for connecting more
of these vulnerable children to con-
cerned, nurturing adults. Join America's
leading child welfare agencies, advo-
cates, experts and more than 12 million
foster care alumni as they come together
to address the needs of young people in
foster care. Their message is simple: No
matter how much time you have to give,
you have the power to do something pos-
itive that will "Change a Lifetime" for a
young person in foster care.
Across the nation, caring individuals
are helping foster children build brighter
futures by serving as their foster parents,
relative caregivers, mentors, advocates,
social workers and volunteers. But much
more help is needed. If nothing changes
by the year 2020:
> Nearly 14 million confirmed
cases of child abuse and neglect will be
reported;
> 22,500 children will die of abuse


or neglect, most before their fifth birth-
day;
> More than 9,000,000 children will
experience the foster care system;
> More than 300,000 children will
age out of the foster care system, in poor
health and ill-prepared for success in
higher education, technical college or the
workforce; and,
> 99,000 former foster youth, who
aged out of the system, can expect to
experience homelessness.
> African Americans have long
exemplified the meaning of family and
have held true to the African proverb that
it takes a village to raise a child," said
Virginia Pryor of Casey Family
Programs and chair of National Foster
Care Month. "Unfortunately, so many of
our children today are growing up with-
out a permanent place to call home, with-
out a caring adult in their life, and with
no 'village' to help rear them."
Each year, more than 20,000 young
Americans "age-out" of foster care, most
at the age of 18 and without the appropri-
ate resources, skills or options they will
need to live on their own. Without lasting
connections to supportive adults, foster
children are far more likely than their
peers in the general population to endure
homelessness, poverty, compromised
health, unemployment, incarceration and
other adversities after they leave the fos-
ter care system.
The National Foster Care Month
campaign is presented by 14 of the
nation's foremost child welfare organiza-
tions and is led by Casey Family
Programs. "Many children in foster care
require secure, stable places to call home
until they can either safely reunite with
their parents or establish other lifelong
family relationships. We hope to inspire
and engage many more individuals to
take action in support of these children
and their families. There are so many
ways a person can positively affect the
life of a child in foster care," added
Pryor.
For more information about National
Foster Care Month, planned community
events and activities, and the many ways


in which you can make a lasting differ-
ence for America's children and youth in
foster care, please visit, www.fostercare-
month.org or call 888-799-KIDS (5437).
National Foster Care Month is a part-
nership of Casey Family Programs; the
Annie. E. Casey Foundation/Casey
Family Services; Black Administrators in
Child Welfare; Children's Bureau,
Administration for Children and
Families, U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services; Child Welfare League
of America; Jim Casey Youth
Opportunities Initiative;
APHSA/National Association of Public
Child Welfare Administrators; National
Association of Social Workers; National
Association of State Foster Care
Managers; National CASA; National
Foster Care Coalition; the National
Foster Parent Association; and the
National Resource Center for Family-
Centered Practice and Permanency
Planning at the Hunter College School of
Social Work, a Service of the Children's
Bureau.


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EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE NAMES CLAUDETTE H. WILLIAMS AS
ITS 28TH PRESIDENT


JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 27, 2007 -
Claudette H. Williams, Ed.D, an eminent educa-
tor and outstanding academic leader will become
the 28th president of Edward Waters College,
effective June 1, 2007. Dr. Williams was elected
today by the EWC Board of Trustees. The
appointment concludes a search launched in
March 2006 involving consultation with an exec-
utive search agency, representatives from the
offices of Mayor John Peyton and Governor Jeb
Bush, faculty, staff, and alumni. Dr. Williams
was selected from a pool of 52 applicants.
"We are extremely excited and elated about
our newly elected president. She is a talented,
resourceful leader for the 21st century. Dr.
Williams is a model of excellence in higher edu-
cation," says Bishop Mckinley Young, Chairman
of the EWC Board of Trustees, and presiding
Bishop of the 11th Episcopal District, African
Methodist Episcopal Church, (Florida and


Bahamas).
Dr. Williams joins Edward Waters College
from Bennett College, Greensboro, NC, where
she served as Executive Vice President. She also
served as Chair, Department of Educational
Leadership, Clark Atlanta University. She has
over 26 years of successful experience in higher
education as an administrator and academician
having served as a leader for the re-affirmation
of accreditation at two Thistorically black institu-
tions of higher education.
Dr. Williams has been the recipient of many
grant awards from prestigious foundations as
The Andrew Mellon Foundation, Rockefeller
Foundation, NASA Faculty Development Grants
and AmeriCorps Corporation for National
Service. She has led fundraising efforts totaling
over $11 million.
"I am excited to join Edward Waters College's
rich legacy", says Dr. Williams. Their emphasis


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ethics, and a i
desire to advance
quality education :
while preparing
students to be /
change agents I
and leaders in a global society are the same val-
ues, goals and interests that I share as an individ-
ual."
Dr. Williams and her husband are the parents
of three adult children. She is a native of Jamaica
and has lived in the United States since 1988.
Edward Waters College is a fully accredited
private, historically black college whose future is
lined with pride, growth and success. Edward
Waters College, the oldest private institution of
higher education in the state of Florida, was
founded in 1866 specifically to educate newly
freed slaves. www.ewc.edu


How Do I Choose The Right Major?


Choosing A College
Major
By Sintilia Miecevole
Once you are accepted
into a college and begin
taking classes, the next step
is to decide- on a major.
Most college graduates
change their major several
times before they finally
pick one and stick to it, so
it is important not to get
discouraged if you have a
hard time deciding right
away. However, there are
some factors to consider
beyond your general inter-
ests when you decide the
subject on which you will
focus your studies. It will
take a lot of research and
soul-searching for you to
find a good and somewhat
practical match for your
interests and lifelong goals.
What Are Your Interests?
The first thing to con-
sider when choosing a col-
lege major is what interests
you the most. Some sub-
jects are more financially
lucrative than others, but
there is no sense in study-
ing a subject that will make


you miserable once you
begin working in your
field. It is obvious that
business, sales and market-
ing degrees tend to put you
on the path toward finan-
cial wellbeing, but if you
are not interested in the
business world you will
find that you do not enjoy
your chosen career path.
Rather than choosing
something simply because
of future financial benefits,
try exploring a variety of
options before locking
down on one. If financial
status is major goal, take a
variety of science classes to
see if those suit your fancy.

Why Are You In College?
However, practicality
should be considered when
you choose your major.
You should evaluate that
reasons you are in college,
and plan your course of
study accordingly. If you
are attending strictly to
gain general knowledge
and experiences, then
choosing something simply
because you are interested
in it might be an acceptable
way to go. If you enjoy


reading and writing, get-
ting a degree in English
might be beneficial to you.
However, English degrees
are not quite as marketable
as business or science
degrees.
If you are unclear
about your interests when
you first enter college, rest
assured that you are not
alone. Many people look at
their undergraduate experi-
ence as a way to get
acquainted with them-
selves in an intellectual and
a personal way. Take a
wide variety of classes dur-
ing your basic coursework,
and you might find that
_your major finds you. If
you tend to enjoy psychol-
ogy classes more than any-
thing else, you might con-
sider majoring in the sub-
ject, especially if you plan
to attend graduate school.

You Can Change Your
Major
Keep in mind that you
can always change your
major. Granted, you may
end up spending more time
in college than you had
originally planned, but if


you look at it as a journey
of exploration, you will
find that you will learn
more from your college
years than you would if
you had the get in and get
out mindset. Once you
finally decide on your
major, you will feel confi-
dent that you will have
made the right choice, and
you will be able to learn
more from your classes
than you would if you were
still unsure.
No matter what college
major you choose, remem-
ber that you are not writing
anything in stone. Once
you graduate, you will
have the freedom to choose
whatever sort of profession
that holds your interest.
Recent graduates are all the
same in that they have lim-
ited experience in any
given field, even if they do
have specialized degrees. If
you are planning to attend
graduate school, you will
once again be able to
choose another course of
study. As an undergraduate,
your main goal should be
to learn as much as you can
about everything that inter-


ests you, and to gain as
much real life experience
as possible. College is your
last chance to explore the
world without extreme
financial responsibilities,
so use your time wisely and
learn as much as you can.
Sintilia Miecevole,
Administrator of
http://www.fudancollege.c
om is an expert in the field
of college information. Be
sure to visit
http://www.fudancollege.c
om for a comprehensive
resource for finding degree
programs, associate, bach-
elor, master and doctorate
programs and much more.


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Dejan Green, age 9, from Lake Forest Elementary School, Secret Spears, age 8, from Andrew Robinson Elementary,
Keyshayla Gaulgen, age 11, from Biscayne Elementary School and Malcom Kitt-Denton, age 6, from Hendricks Elementary
School were among more than 150 children who had some fun and toured Winn-Dixie's corporate headquarters as part of
the Jacksonville-based grocer's annual "Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day."




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dents at Stillwell Middle School, say their lines for a Winn-Dixie com- we
mercial. A scene from inside a store will be electronically spliced into Keyshayla Gaulgen, age 11, from Biscayne
.the shot, making them appear to be inside a store. The youngsters Elementary School, was getting her face painted
were among more than 150 students who toured Winn-Dixie's corpo- among more than 150 children who had some fun
rate headquarters, food laboratory and video production studio as and toured Winn-Dixie's corporate headquarters as
part of the company's annual "Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work part of the Jacksonville-based grocer's annual
Day." All of the participants have parents who work for the "Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day."
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JUSTFORKI DS!


Silly! Silly!


Who is in cowboy films and
always broke?
Skint Eastwood!

Who is the biggest gangster in
the sea?
Al Caprawn!

What do you get if you cross a
nun and a chicken?
A pecking order!

Why did the silly kid stand on
his head? /
His feet were tired!

Were you long in the hospital?
'*'o, I was the same size that I
am now!

How did the farmer fix his
jeans?


With a cabbage patch!


Why did Robin Hood only
steal from the rich?
Because the poor have noth-
ing worth taking!

Who invented fractions?
Henry the 1/8!

What's an insect's favourite
sport?
Cricket!

What kind of car does Mickey
Mouse's wife drive?
A minnie van!

What stories do the ship cap-
tain's children like to hear?
Ferry tales!


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Crime Dog McGruff"

Visits First Coast Schools


Cinco de Mayo Celebration with Dora
Dora the Explorer Launches Adventure

Landing's Character Series

SJACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL -
S F-r Adventure Landing is hosting a series of comic

.a. the summer. Kids and parents will have oppor-
S tunities to meet the characters for free, get
,.4 autographs and take pictures of some of their
S. i. -:,-.L.g favorite television and big-screen characters.
The scheduled characters are Dora the
Explorer, Spider-man, Curious George, Hello Kitty and the Care Bears (Cheer
Bear and Sleepytime Bear).
Adventure -Landing's character series is
also being offered at some of the other
Adventure Landing locations across the
country: Dallas, Raleigh and Rochester. In
fact, Adventure Landing has secured the
only three Dora the Explorer costumes in the
country on Cinco de Mayo!

Typically, character appearances draw a
,- very large crowd to Adventure Landing. Last
year over 1500 people came out to see Spider-
Sman in Jacksonville and over 900 came to see
iDora in Dallas. Both North Florida Adventure
Landing locations will also offer their guests
special packages for the character series.

DORA THE EXPLORER Saturday, May 5th
Jacksonville Beach: 8am Noon (breakfast at 8am followed by free meet and
greet) Breakfast w/Dora $9.99 (includes buffet) $12.99 (includes buffet and one
attraction) Jacksonville Blanding: 3pm 6pm (free meet and greet)

SPIDER-MAN Saturday, June 2nd
Jacksonville Beach: 8am Noon (breakfast at 8am followed by free meet and
greet) Breakfast w/Spider-man $9.99 (includes buffet) $12.99 (includes
buffet and one attraction pass) Jacksonville Blanding: 3pm 6pm (free
meet and greet)

CURIOUS GEORGE Saturday, June 23rd
Jacksonville Beach: 8am Noon (breakfast at 8am followed by free meet and
greet) Breakfast w/Curious George $9.99 (includes buffet) $12.99 (includes
buffet and one attraction pass) Jacksonville Blanding: 3pm 6pm (free
meet and greet)

HELLO KITTY Saturday, July 14th
Jacksonville Beach: 8am Noon (breakfast at 8am followed by free meet and
greet) Breakfast w/Hello Kitty $9.99 (includes buffet) $12.99 (includes buffet
and one attraction pass) Jacksonville Blanding: 3pm 6pm (free meet and
greet)

CARE BEARS Saturday, December 15th
Jacksonville Beach: 8am Noon (breakfast at 8am followed by free meet and
greet) Breakfast w/Care Bears $9.99 (includes buffet) $12.99 (includes buffet
and one attraction pass) Jacksonville Blanding: 3pm 6pm (free meet and greet)


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Jacksonville, FL The Sheriffs of Jacksonville are
taking crime prevention into our First Coast schools.
The Boys and Girls Club teamed up with the officers
to bring a special visitor to S.A. Hull Elementary.
McGruff talked to kids about gun safety.
"We're asking the community to get involved. CrirLe
is allowed to happen if the community allows it to hap-
pen, so our challenge is to get involved -- and it starts
with the children," said Lt. Lamb.
The kids took a pledge to never bring a gun to school
and to never use a gun to settle an argument.
McGruff and the team will be visiting two other ele-
mentary schools this month. They hope to bring the pro-
gram to all schools next year.

Summer Art Camp at The Cummer

ECummer
MUSEUM ofART &~GARDENS

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is host-
ing Camp Cummer, a one-week art camp for chil-
dren. The week will be filled with drawing, painting,
working with clay, exploring the galleries and gar-
dens, music and so much more.
Camp Cummer is offered in five, one-week ses-
sions for children ages 6 to 12. Parents may
sign their child up for one session only.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, locat-
ed at 829 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida.
To be held Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Ages 6 to 12.
Session I: June 4 8
Session II: June 11- 15
Session III: June 18 22
Session IV: June 25 29
Session V: July 9 13
COST: Members: $175 per child,
Non-members: $200 per child. Full payment is
required for registration and is non-refundable.
Space is limited. For more information or to reg-
ister, please call Art Connections at 904-355-0630.






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Jacksonville's


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Harold 'Buster' Hair
Played third baseman for both
the Birmingham Black Barons of
baseball's Negro Leagues, and
the famed Kansas City Monarchs


Art Hamilton
Playedfor Indianapolis and
Detroit in baseball Negro
Leagues. Was a Negro League All-
Star catcher for Detroit and hit a


from 1953-58. Harold Also home run in the upper deck at the
played as a Negro League 1960 All-Star Game at Comiskey
Barnstormer in Canada. Jacksonville's Tony Richardson is a Little League Park. Art Caught Satchel Paige in
Commissioner and has been a volunteer for more the early 60 's
than 20 years. At the 24th Little League International
Congress in Houston, Texas, Tony was recognized
with his receipt of the Peter. J. McGovern Little
League Distinguished Service Award.

Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good too!


Jacksonville pro baseball was started in 1904. It began when the
Jacksonville Jays participated in the South Atlantic League. In those days,
baseball was played at Dixieland Park in the Southside of town. Fans would
have to ride ferries to attend the games because there were still no bridges
connecting one side of the St. John's River to'
the other.

But,, the small, historic neighborhood of
Durkeeville looms large in Jacksonville and in
African American history. Durkeeville was ". .':
home to the Jacksonville Red Caps, a team that '
was part of the Negro Leagues of professional
baseball. The ball park in which the Red Caps
played, J. P. Small Ballpark, is still preserved
in excellent condition, and is used by local
leagues. Last year folks turned out to the his-
toric J.P. Small Baseball Park as the city
unveiled a tribute to its National Negro League I.
baseball legacy.
The "Heading for Home" statue was offi-
cially unveiled in a ceremony on December 15,
2006, at the historic park which is located on Statue at
Myrtle Street near 8th Street on the Northside.
Also located near the field's entry gates is the
J.P. Small Museum and Negro League Exhibit.
The local ball-field's history is rich with legend "., ,
and lore. Baseball greats Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, .
and Frank Aaron played there. On June 3, the newly
renovated J.P. Small Memorial Stadium in the
Durkeeville community of norl1icl 't Jacksonville/
reopened. The grand reopening was a celCbration of ,
sports, history and neighborhood pride. 1
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Field, Joseph E. Durkee Athletic Field, and the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park,
was the first municipal recreation field in the city of Jacksonville.
The city took over of the property in 1926, renamed it Joseph H. Durkee
Athletic Field, and created Jacksonville's main municipal park on the site.
In 1936, after the original stadium was
-. a-"i .. destroyed by fire, the present structure was
built with a larger building that afforded space
:,; r'.8. for a separate section to seat African
.. -^. ;F Americans in the era of segregation.
SDuring the 1920's and 1930's Negro League
i greats, including Satchel Page, played at
S'" Durkee Field. Jacksonville's only Negro
i1 League team, the Jacksonville Red Caps, made
;i. up of employees of the East Coast Railroad,
Used the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park as their
home field.
i In 1953, the field added another layer ofhis-
,..., ..- tory when it became the location of the first
s t games played by the. newly integrated
Jacksonville Braves (a farm team of the
Milwaukee Braves) that included a 19-year-old
mail Park Hank Aaron. The team's manager hired Aaron
and two other black players.
The following year, Wolfson Stadium
replaced Durkee Field at the municipal ballpark.
SThrough the years, the Myrtle Avenue field pro-
vided the city's African Americans other impor-
i t tant uses. Area schools, including Sta.mton where
J.P. Small served as the coach and athletic direc-
,. "'. tor from 1934 until 1969 and Raines High School
i.' where Bob Hayes played on football and track
teams.


Old Team Photo of the Jacksonville Red Caps


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Ask Deanna! is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based
subjects!

Dear Deanna!
I'm having a challenge with my new girlfriend. She is
adorable, nice and sweet but her hygiene and housekeeping
habits are horrible. She can cook, but she leaves dishes in the
kitchen for a week, never vacuums and her cat walks around
the house. I always thought I could handle most things in this
relationship but this is a bit much. We make love in a dirty i
bed, cat hair is everywhere and there's never any clean dish-
es. How do I gently handle this issue?
Clean Man On-Line Reader

Dear Clean Man:
Your girlfriend is a slob and it'll take an infection or food poisoning to get her to see
the light. If you want to drink out of a dirty class and have cat hair in your throat hang
in there with it. If this cramps your style, surprise your girlfriend with a few visits
from a cleaning service and'hope she gets the hint. If this doesn't help then tell her
to clean her house and keep it clean or you're gone. If she chooses dirt over you, say
goodbye
and keep it moving.

Dear Deanna!
My uncle is newly divorced and he's driving me crazy. He always wants to go to
the club, hang out and drink, I don't mind going out with him every now and then
but he comes over every day, eating dinner and begging me to go out. At first, my
girlfriend was okay, but now she's forcing me to turn him away, not take his phone
calls and avoid him. He's my favorite uncle and I don't want to hurt him but I don't
want to hurt my girlfriend either. What do I do?
Nephew John Pasadena, CA

Dear Nephew John:
Apparently your uncle doesn't know much about responsibility, thus his divorce.
Although you have an obligation to put family first, you must never sacrifice your
relationship for nonsense. Have a talk with your uncle and tell him that you want
your relationship to work and you can only go out with him on a conservative basis.
If he doesn't understand then he's selfish and deserves to go out alone.

Dear Deanna!
I have gained a lot of weight and I feel that my husband is falling out of love with
me. He's not intimate with me, we don't cuddle and he always acts as if I'm annoy-
ing him. I am trying to diet but it is so stressful sitting by watching and feeling that
I'm losing my husband. He claims that he still loves me but his actions are extreme-
ly different from the words he says. What can I do to recapture the fire and energy in
my marriage?
Overweight Wife Toledo, OH

Dear Overweight:
If you're having these feelings there's no sense denying there's some truth to what's
going on. The best way to tell if your husband is slipping is for you to lose weight.
You need to be happy with good self-esteem. Once you get back into your zone,
measure your husband's activity and behavior towards you. If things don't change,
you have a problem that goes beyond weight. Be prepared for a discussion and seek
honest answers regarding your relationship.
Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email:
askdeannal@yahoo.com or write: Deanna M., 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly
Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.askdeanna.com.



Women's Health

Think of Your Health on Mother's Day


By Douglas W.
Laube, MD, MEd,
President, The
American College
of Obstetricians
and Gynecologists


On Mother's
Day, we cele-
brate the special
women in our
lives-mothers,
sisters, daugh-
ters, and friends-and all that they do
for us. But it is also a time when
women should focus on their health,
for their benefit and for those they
love.
Mother's Day kicks off National
Women's Health Week (NWHW), an
initiative sponsored by the federal
Office on Women's Health that
encourages women to take simple
steps to improve their health and
longevity.
In recent years, new research has
advanced the study of women's health
tremendously, and women are living
longer, healthier lives because of it.
NWHW celebrates these positive steps
and educates women about what the
research is teaching us.
The NWHW website (www.wom-
enshealth.gov/whw) provides impor-
tant information on conditions affect-
ing women, such as cancer, lupus, HIV
and other STDs, cardiovascular health,
menopause, and sleep disorders.


Participating organizations from
across the country will hold health
events and expos where women can
get free health screenings and learn
more about achieving and maintaining
overall good health.
National Women's Check-Up Day
on May 14 highlights the importance
of regularly scheduled doctor's visits.
Most women know that staying cur-
rent with routine and preventive health
screenings is one of the best ways that
they can protect their bodies now and
in the future.
Routine screenings, such as Pap
tests, clinical breast exams and mam-
mograms, diabetes and colon cancer
screenings, and blood pressure tests,
help doctors find problems early or
prevent them before they occur.
Regular face-to-face visits also
strengthen the doctor-patient relation-
ship and give women the opportunity
to ask questions and address health
concerns.
Have you been to the doctor late-
ly? Check your records to be sure. If
you haven't been to the doctor in the
past year, try to schedule an appoint-
ment soon. And remind your friends
and relatives to make an appointment.
Taking an active interest in safeguard-
ing your health and the health of the
other special women in your life is the
first step in ensuring that you'll be able
to celebrate Mother's Day for years to
come?


Inside Investigations
by Ester Davis


In the 1960's along with the ongoing investigat- ."
ing of Dr. Martin Luther King, the FBI, under the .
auspices of a federal law investigated the words of "i
the song "Louie Louie." The law "ITOM," prohibit-
ing interstate transportation of obscene material, was' i
launched to determine if the song was actually ;,t
obscene.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation was created in 1908 to gather information
about potentially dangerous activities to protect the safety of the American Citizens.
In these investigations, a huge amount of information is researched and gathered as
with any other process. However, since Dr. King's era, the Federal Bureau of
Investigations has lost its significance and seemingly is always in a titsy busy cov-
ering up and explaining their many flaws. Much like FEMA. They spend senseless
hours investigating subjects that seem completely irrelevant. Sex lives of celebrities
have been monitored under the umbrella of national security. Entertainers with polit-
ical beliefs have been routinely harassed. Black elected officials are leading the band
of endless investigations. All of this while crimes of corporate theft goes unnoticed.
Halliburton is the immediate word that comes to mind. I don't have space for the oth-
ers.
It is documented knowledge that most investigations lead to a dead end, but the
mere mention of an investigation in a civilized tax paying society is an alarming
word. And it shouldn't be. Investigation is not a serious word. It is plain vanilla, a
beat up ole Buick, a soap opera. Now, indictment, that is a word to worry about. It's
a serious word.
What is disturbing is the number of FBI investigations in clear view for the
naked eye to see. If you 'google' FBI investigations, you will get about 1,200,000
pages. If you 'google' black elected officials under FBI investigations, you receive an
opportunity to view about 850,000 pages. Is there something wrong with this pic-
ture?
Oh, back to Louie Louie. What was the conclusion of the investigation? The FBI
concluded after their 'investigation' that the song was 'unintelligible at any speed.' In
layman terms ... deficient in intelligence, dull, stupid.
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


A Public School That Emphasizes
African Culture and Rites of Passage?
It's About Time
By Tonyaa Weathersbee, BAW
(with permission)
The folks at J.S. Chick Elementary School had better
K watch themselves. If they don't have one already, they
might wind up with a waiting list. Or with a longer one.
That's because this Kansas City public magnet school
is accomplishing the reverse of what so many other
schools are failing to do. It is attracting and keeping black students -- and closing in
on the achievement gap -- by showing them that they matter. That they don't have to
be society's afterthoughts, but its architects.
Chick is doing that by basing everything it teaches around the history and culture
of Africa and its diaspora. And so far, it's working. According to The Christian
Science Monitor, its 300 students -- 99 percent of whom are black -- are posting
achievement test scores that are well above the statewide average.
It manages to accomplish that, a feat that flies in the face of conventional wisdom
that accepts that black achievement must always be tethered to assimilation, by incor-
porating things such as African rites of passage into academics as well as lessons on
leadership and esteem. It's about time someone tried that approach.
It's easy to believe that if a school focuses only on academics, then the esteem will
take care of itself. But what we forget is that when children come to a school, they've
already absorbed messages and beliefs about themselves that stain whatever canvas
that we expect the academics to stick to. That's especially true for many black stu-
dents, most of who have repeatedly heard Africa referred to as the Dark Continent,
and who only see it through the prism of suffering and stereotypes.
These same students are also now grappling with a hybrid black culture that has
been spawned from a core of negativity. I mean, we're now debating whether we
ought to continue to vilify "nigger," as the ultimate hate word, or defang it by contin-
uing to use it as a term of endearment.
What that means is that many times, a black child has to unlearn stuff to begin to
believe that he or she can learn at all.
Not surprisingly, the Chick program has garnered acclaim. According to the
Monitor, educators from countries such as Japan and Brazil have visited it, and other
districts with large numbers of black students are looking to replicate it.
Yet, even with all the promise shown by such an approach, there's still a catch. The
catch being that even though this is a new program, one underpinning needed to guar-
antee its success is based on an old truth: Any school is only as good as the students
and the forces that are behind them.
But at least the people who put the Chick program together understood that.
Somehow, they managed to harness the frustration of black parents who were tired of
seeing the fate of their children's learning shackled to the outcome of desegregation
decisions. So they built a community coalition that worked to develop the school's
curriculum, and to ensure the success of the students there. That, in and of itself, was
a miracle.
In many black communities, where parents work two and three jobs, coalition
building often doesn't get such a high priority. Coalitions mean a lot of meetings. But
apparently, in this case, the interest of education trumped fatigue, and it worked.
But now, the problem is keeping it going once the children of the parents who orig-
inally started it graduate, or once the teachers and administrators either move, or are
transferred. The rope of unity can be so easily frayed. And there's the chance that the
next group of folks in charge won't share that same vision.
Obviously, those are issues that must be wrestled with in the future. Yet right now,
it's good to see that a group of black people took charge and decided to make the pub-
lic education system work for them. More communities -- at least those black com-
munities that can muster the will and the social capital -- ought to try it. It makes sense
to do so. After all, more and more white people are abandoning public school systems,


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so black people shouldn't be shy about trying to incorporate programs that bolster
their kids' achievement.
There are lots to think about. But here's what's key. The coalition that came up
with the Chick program didn't wait for the fate of black kids to be decided upon by
others.
And for ~at, they deserve an A-plus.


May 5, 2007'


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CITY ISSUES AIR QUALITY WARNING LEVELS OF OZONE &
PARTICULATE MATTER ELEVATED IN CITY
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. May 1, 2007- The City of Jacksonville's Environmental
Resource Management Department issued an air quality warning today, saying that
high levels of ozone and particulate matter are again present and vulnerable individ-
uals should exercise caution. Data collected by the department's Air Quality
Monitoring Section indicates current ozone and particulate matter levels are signifi-
cantly elevated.
The elevated level of particulate matter (solid or liquid particles that are less than
2.5 micrometers in diameter or "fine particles") in Jacksonville's atmosphere is a
direct result of the extensive wildfires currently occurring in southeast Georgia and
a local fire in the Glenn Kernan area yesterday. Extended exposure to a high level of
these pollutants can pose health risks to children, the elderly and people with preex-
isting health conditions.
People with asthma or other respiratory diseases that may be more vulnerable to
the effects of ozone will generally experience health effects earlier and at lower
ozone levels than less sensitive individuals.
Steps to avoid unhealthy exposure include: staying inside and refraining from
strenuous activity when outdoors. If exercising outdoors, substituting less vigorous
exercise (a walk instead of a jog, for example) can be helpful. In addition, outdoor
activities should be planned for times when ozone levels are lower, usually in the
morning or evening.

THE PLAYERS Championship A Unique Way to Celebrate
Mother's Day Tournament
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL -Tournament officials at THE PLAYERS Championship
today announced a unique series of activities designed to help spectators celebrate Mother's
Day, Sunday, May 13, at the event. With THE PLAYERS move to a May date, the exciting
final round falls on Mother's Day, and fans can enjoy an inter-faith church'service and a-
Mother's Day breakfast, and commemorative pins will be distributed to moms at the gate.
"THE PLAYERS Championship would like to extend an invitation to all fans to spend
Mother's Day with us," said Brian Goin, Executive Director of THE PLAYERS. "We'll have
a church service, a breakfast in our beautiful clubhouse followed by the best players in the
world competing on one of golfs grandest stages. There's something for everyone, and it's
going to be a great day."
Mother's Day will start at THE PLAYERS with an inter-faith church service at the 18th
green bleachers at 7:30 a.m. The service, which is open to anyone with a Sunday tournament
ticket, features Tony Boselli as the guest speaker. Boselli, who fans will remember as a five-
time Pro Bowler with the Jacksonville Jaguars (1997-2001), is now an ordained minister.
Fans can then treat their mothers to a traditional European-style breakfast featuring "A
Time to Swing Quartet" from 8-10:30 a.m. The new 77,000 square-foot clubhouse at TPC
Sawgrass will serve as the setting for the breakfast where clubhouse and lawn seating will be
available. Reservations, which are required and limited, can be made by dialing 904-273-
3621. To gain access to the Mother's Day Breakfast, fans must show a Sunday tournament,
ticket, and the additional cost is $20 per adult and $10 per child ages 6-12 (plus tax and
drinks). Children 5 years old and younger can dine for free.
To further mark the occasion, the first 10,1000 mothers who enter the gates on Sunday will
receive complimentary commemorative pins. The pins will feature the newly redesigned
PLAYERS logo with "Celebrating Mothers" scrolled across the top of a bouquet of roses
(image attached).
Free parking and complimentary shuttle service are available at the University of North
Florida on Sunday beginning one hour prior to the first tee time. On-site parking passes may
be purchased in advance by calling 904-285-7888.









TransifT iK


The Jacksonville
Transportation Authority
is redesigning the bus system
to build a better, easier and
more useful system for
everyone.


We want to get your ideas,
thoughts and suggestions.


Take the JTA Transit Talk
survey online now at
www.jtafla.com.


Help us better understand your
transit needs and travel habits
so that we can plan a better
regional transportation system.


COMMUNITY

CAPTIONS


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.
STEN 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 attend-
ed the 2006 camp. College basketball scholarships are possible for players
selected to the All-American Team; Camp locations include: Glassboro, NJ,
Prescott, AZ, Thousand Oaks, CA, Sterling, CO, Babson Park, FL, Atlanta, GA,
Champaign, IL, Ypsilanti, MI, Hickory, NC, Mitchell, SD, Lebanon, TN,
Commerce, TX, and Blacksburg, VA. There is also a Summer Camp available
for boys and girls ages 6 18 of all skill levels. For a free brochure on these
Summer Camps, please call (704) 373-0873.
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 downtown,
Saturday, May 5th at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Guest will enjoy tea, light lunch and fash-
Sion. 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-
Ssion, log on to www.chsfl.org/buckner.
SUMMER CAREER ACADEMICS Duval County Public Schools and Florida
SCommunity 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.
THE WORLD FAMOUS "INTRUDERS" will bring their Philadelphia sound to
Jacksonville on Mother's Day, May 13, 2007. The event will take place at the
Scottish Rites Masonic Cathedral, located at 29 W. 6th St.(1 block west of Main
St.) Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. The Intruders will perform many of their #1 R&B
hits including, I'll Always Love My Mama," Cowboys To Girls," Live is like a
Basketball Game," When We Get Married," "United," and many more. Antonio
and the MVP Band & a live DJ will be on hand for your dancing & listening pleas-
ures. For ticket info contact Infinity Productions (904) 610-3945 or 303-8299.
TEN STAR ALL STAR BASKETBALL CAMP Final applications are now
being evaluated for the Ten Star All Star Summer Basketball Camp. It is by invi-
tation only. Boys and Girls ages 10 19 are eligible to apply. Past participants
include: Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Jerry Stackhouse, Grant Hill
and Antawn Jamison. Players from 50 states and 17 foreign countries attended the
2006 camp. College basketball scholarships are possible for players selected to the
All American Team. Camp locations include: Babson Park, FL, Prescott, AZ,
Thousand Oaks, CA, Sterling, CO, Atlanta, GA, Champaign, IL, Ypsilanti, MI,
Glassboro, NJ, 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 anytime.
DUVAL COUNTY ELECTION OFFICE BEGINS MAILING SAMPLE
BALLOTS Supervisor of Elections, Jerry Holland began mailing sample ballots
to registered voters today for the May 15th election. Sample ballots are personal-
ized for over a half-million Duval County voters. The mailer includes each indi-
vidual voter's polling location, an image of the ballot the voter will receive on
Election Day and a compilation of statements from each candidate. Sample ballots
also include educational information such as: How to request your absentee ballot,
identification requirements, how to mark your ballot, voter bill of rights, voter
responsibilities, and provisional ballot procedures. As of today, 15,189 absentee
ballots have been requested for the May 15th election. For more information visit
the Duval County Supervisor of Elections website at: www.duvalelections.com or
call Bennie Seth.
JACKSONVILLE DIVERSITY NETWORK presents THE 2ND ANNUAL
GALA "CELEBRATE THE WORLD" at Carl's Main Street Restaurant,
located at 1748 N. Main Street, Jacksonville, FL. Friday, May 18th, at 7:30 p.m. -
11:00 p.m. Tickets are $10.00 each. For more information call Lucius Leverette at
(904) 339-1760, Fax (904) 381-1267, email luciusl@bellsouth.net or you may
contact: info@JacksonvilleDiversityNetwork.org.
EARLY VOTING BEGAN APRIL 30TH AND WILL END MAY 13TH.


Anyone registered to vote in Duval County may vote at any early voting site dur-
ing early voting. The sites will be open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until
6:00 p.m. and Saturday and sunday from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. For more infor-
mation about early voting, visit Duval county Supervisor of Elections website at:
www.duvalelections.com or contact Bennie Seth.
FAMILY CONFERENCE 2007 "It Takes A Church To Raise A village" May
13th-16th at the Royal Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church located at 1320 West
21st St., Jacksonville, FL with Rev. Jeremiah Robinson, Sr., Pastor. Times are:
Sunday, May 13th at 6:00 p.m.; May 14th 16th, General Assembly 6:30 p.m.;
Men's, Women's and Young People's Classes are 6:45 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and
Worship 7:45 p.m. Music by special guest groups. For more information, please
call Pastor J. Robinson at (904) 751-4451.


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Florida Star Party
The Florida Star had a birthday party last week.
My kind of party!
They held it at The Baseball Grounds of
Jacksonville during a Suns/Biscuits game. Normally a
night at the ball park is all it takes to make me go home
whistling "Take me out to the ballgame." But this party
held yet another set of treats. First my son David who
is a baseball fanatic was able to attend with me, and
second we had the pleasure of talking with two of
Jacksonville's remaining players from the Negro
Baseball Leagues who were guests of the newspaper.
Harold "Buster" Hair and Art Hamilton played with
the men who were my heroes growing up. Harold was a
batboy for the Jacksonville Red Caps back in the late
30's. He later played third base with the Kansas City
Monarchs and the Birmingham Black Barons.
Art was a catcher and played for the Indianapolis
Clowns and Detroit Stars.
Art told the story of his game-tying home-run in
what turned out to be his last game. The setting was the
final East-West All-Star Game in the summer of 1960.
With the detail of network announcer Art set up the
story by explaining how his teammates gave up four
gift runs on errors in the first four innings. Heading into
the bottom of the fourth with the West trailing 4-3,
Hamilton's blast was a low line drive that reached the
left field seats. And after his team had tied the score in
the fourth at four, it was the East Team's time to play
Santa Claus, committing five errors of their own in the
bottom of the fifth as the West scored four runs to win
the contest 8-4.
When asked about Satchel Paige, both men chuck-
led. "You tell him" Art said.
Harold stepped back and took up a batters stance
and stepped us through how Satchel Paige had a 'hesi-
tation' pitch that completely broke the batters rythym.
For about three minutes we got a real-life animation
of a batter facing Satchel Paige in a Negro League
Baseball game. Harold demonstrated how Paige's 'hesi-
tation' froze you long enough that he could get that
blazing fast ball by you. And we got this, not from a
movie or a book, but from the men who were the batter
and catcher.
If you like baseball, it doesn't get much better than
that.
It is sad when you realize that the day will come
when folks like Art and Harold won't be around to tell
these stories and they will be lost.
When my grandson.is here this summer I am going
to see if I can get Harold Hair and Art Hamilton to
lunch with us. I want my grandson to be able to brag
that he talked with two men who helped make history
playing a game they loved.


Sports Briefs

Jacksonville, Fl The Jaguars signed FAMU play-
ers Daniel Parrish and Roosevelt Kiser to free agent con-
tracts Monday. The length of both contracts was for
thiee-years with signing bonuses. Kiser, an All-MEAC
receiver and returned, said he's not yet ready to buy a
Bentley, however. "I don't know about Dan, but I'm still
broke," Kiser said. "Right now, all we have is a foot in
the door."

Chicago, II Chris Leak, the quarterback of the
national champion Florida Gators, signed a free-agent
contract with the Chicago Bears after going undrafted in
this weekend's NFL draft. Leak was not rated highly
going into the draft, but was expected to draw interest
from teams in the later rounds.
Going undrafted allowed the former Gators signal
caller to choose the team with which he'll head to camp
with this summer. He joins a Bears team that is the
defending NFC champions, but has an unsteady situation
at quarterback with former Gator,Rex Grossman.


#3 Noles Take 2


of 3 From Miami

Seminoles
Florida State dropped to #3 in USA
Today's polls as the Rice Owls moved
into the number two slot. with a three-
game sweep of UAB on the road.
The Noles took two of three in
Miami this past week. They won
Friday's opener with four runs in the
top of the ninth for a 7-6 victory over
the Miami Hurricanes in game one of
a three game set. Tony Thomas Jr, and
Mark Hallberg hit back-to-back home
runs in the ninth to cap a ilir'-. run
Seminole deficit.
Florida State got a career iij:lil
from Buster Posey with a 13-8 victo-
ry over Miami. I',o.\c went 3 I;' r
\\ith ai single, iloiuhl c: :IInl :, ,,in 11


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While the Dolphin fans
booed their teams manage-
ment for passing on Brady
Quinn, the Jaguars passed
on him twice! But the con-
sensus is that the Jaguar';s
had a great draft.
The Jaguar's manage-
ment expressed satisfaction
with their
N F L,
draft ..I
results .l
Saturday. i-
Jim
Harris,
Vice e
President '
of Player
Person-
nel said Regg
immedi- Jaguar's
.ately
after the
draft. "We think we
addressed several needs. We
feel we added depth and
competition. We added
some speed at wide receiver
and we got a play-making
safety," Harris told
reporters.
'Like at least 10 other
teams, coach Jack Del Rio
and personnel boss Harris
found themselves fielding
questions they never
thought they'd have to face.
Why didn't you draft
Quinn, they were asked?
"In the end, we thought
it was better for us to take
the deal we did ... to get


Bucs Get 10

Players For

A Solid B+
The Bucs appear happy
with their catch. Ten total
picks is a good haul, partic-
ularly with seven choices
devoted to rebuilding an
aging defense. Defensive
end Gaines Adams is one of
the most explosive play-
makers out there and should
be the prospect the Bucs
can build around.
Second-round guard
Arron Sears could team
with Davin Joseph and real-
ly shore up the interior of
the offensive line. Like
Joseph, Sears has some
bruising nastiness to him.
Safety Sabby Piscitelli
was an interesting choice in
Round 2 because many
scouting reports didn't have
him as a fit for a Cover 2.
Meanwhile, fourth-round


defensive back
Jackson seems like
fit for the scheme.


Miami's Eric Erickson silenced the
FSU (39-7, 17-4) bats on Sunday
afternoon as the Seminoles fell 7-1 to
the Hurricanes in game three .
This week the Seminoles travel to
Maryland for a three game series with
the Terrapins.

Gators
The Gator nine journeyed to
Nashville last week for a conference
series with the country's top collegiate
team, Vanderbilt. V:id,. took the
opener 10-1 with a 15 hit barrage that
produced 7 runs in the 7th inning
alone.
Vandy snapped a 6-6 lie niili an
RBII ..hiir l in ilI- sixth 1', Andrew
i, il.li and exploded lor nine runs in
ili -..\ ,nih on its way to a 17-6 victo-
ry ".- IIIII .I.
11 I C'(uiiiiiiIIli'ic-, completed ili'
sweep with a 13-5 victory over
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another first-day pla
help us," Harris sai
trade with the Bronc
sent the Jaguars' thi
sixth-round picks
moved the Jaguars
four spots from 17 to
So why didn't yo
Quinn at 21, the qu
continued.


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the best
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Draft Pick Nelson,"
Harris
added.
The Jaguars selected
Nelson to bolster a second-
ary that lost starting free
safety Deon Grant in free
agency this past winter.
Nelson is a player the
Jaguars had targeted from
the start of the evaluation
process and consensus of
opinion was that the
Jaguars' first-round pick
would come down to Pitt


ayer to
d of a
os that
.rd and


Jets traded up just ahead of
the Steelers for the purpose
of picking Revis.
"He was obviously a
player we had a lot of affec-
tion for," Del Rio said of


and Revis.
down With Revis gone, Nelson
21. was the easy pick, right? No
'u draft way. Quinn, who was
estions expected to be a top-five
pick, was in free-fall and all
We of a sudden the Jaguars


were in a quarterback con-
troversy they never expect-
ed.
"We always consider
everybody. He was there
and staring us in the face,"
Del Rio said of Quinn, the
Notre Dame quarterback.
"We didn't feel it was a fit
for us and we didn't do it, so
here we are."
Nelson, of course, is a
perfect fit for the Jaguars,
who have need at free safe-
ty. Del Rio referred to
Nelson as a "free safety in
the mold ofRashean Mathis
and Ed Reed. He's got
speed to close and make
plays.
Byron Leftwich was
reinstated as the Jaguars'
starting quarterback on Feb.
22 and Harris was asked if
passing on Quinn sends a


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Fish Fans Find Fault on


Draft Day Performance


When the Dolphins passed on Brady
Quinn to select Ohio State's WR Ted Ginn
Jr., the Dolphins fans were left angry and
puzzled. The conventional wisdom was that
the Dolphions needed a quarterback more
than pass-catching help.
Everything was shaping up to perfect
-just as if Randy Mueller had scripted the
first eight picks of Saturday's NFL Draft.
But then the Dolphins did something no one
predicted and practically no one outside the
team's management liked.
They passed on Brady Quinn!
Instead, the Dolphins went with Ted
Ginn. He's skinny, he probably isn't a threat
across the middle and he may have trouble
getting off the line against press coverage.
But, according to the Dolphins, he's light-
ning in a bottle about to strike on the out-
side. And now, he is a Dolphin
Randy Mueller, Miami's GM and archi-
tect of the draft addressed the decision in
front of the Dolphion faithful immediately
following the selection.
"Not to say anything bad about Brady --
we had a great visit with him. But we
thought the combination of Ted Ginn and
another guy would fill more needs for us to
have the right kind of mix. It's more about
what we thought about Ted Ginn than what
we thought about Brady Quinn."
"I think I'm a big-play guy," Ginn said.
For Florida fans who remember the BCS


afternoon. VU banged out 17 hits and
used a career-high 11 strikeouts from
junior Cody Crowel

Rattlers
The Rattlers made it 8 out of the
last 10 with a sweep of Coppin State
on the road. The Rattlers won the first
game of Saturday's twin bill 14-1 and
followed up with a 16-0 win in the
nightcap. The Rattlers put up another
16 on Sunday to complete the sweep
with a 16-2 win.

Ospreys
The UNF Ospreys lost both ends
of a double header last Saturday when
at 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 pre-
vent an embarrassing sweep.
.


Championship game, and who don't it
was Ginn who returned the opening kickoff
93 yards for a touchdown.
Of course, the disappointment will be
forgotten soon enough if Ginn is the speedy
spark to a Miami offense that ranked 29th in
scoring and a special teams unit that hasn't
returned a punt for a touchdown since 2000.
Ginn's speed is billed in the 4.3 range,
although a foot injury has him at "'80-85
percent now," and he timed at 4.4 at his only
predraft
workout. His
5-11, 178-
pound frame
is not made
for press cov-
erage, how-
ever.
"I haven't
seen a lot of
that ,
Mueller said.
"I can say Ted Ginn Jr
this, they
ought not
miss him because he'll go by them fast."
With their second pick, the Dolphins
took BYU's John Beck.
In 43 games at Brigham Young, Beck
started 38 times. On 1,685 plays, he gained
11,059 yards in total offense, an average of
257.2 yards per game.


A Round with Tiger and Michael!


They were out early, rid-
ing shuttle buses into
Charlotte's Quail Hollow or
walking from well outside
the perimeter of the golf
course where Tiger Woods,
Michael Jordan and
Charlotte car dealer Skipper
Beck play a round of golf.
The golf wasn't bad.
Woods shot 1-under par on
the front nine though he
never actually finished the
ninth hole. Jordan was a few
more over par and Beck was
hanging in there.
By the time the group
reached the 10th tee, they
had played the front nine so
fast they had to wait for
Trevor Immelman's group
to tee off. Woods chAtted


with Immelman while
Jordan stood nearby while a
clatch of photographers


Tiger and Michael

gathered. It didn't exactly
feel like a golf tournament,
more like a parade in a real-
ly pretty park.


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message that Leftwich is
"The Man" and if that might
help persuade Leftwich to
do a long-term deal.
"We didn't go into it try-
ing to sell ourselves to
Byron Leftwich," Harris
said. "We like our quarter-
backs. We evaluate the
league, we evaluate our
quarterbacks and that's the
option we choose. That's
the best option for us. We're
making the best decision we
can make ... for the roster."
Cleveland traded with
Dallas right after the
Jaguars picked Nelson. The
Browns gave the Cowboys
this year's second-round
pick and next year's first-
round pick and then select-
ed Quinn, who's from Ohio.
Del Rio said Cleveland
had called the Jaguars twice
to attempt to make a trade.
Harris declined to make the
deal because it would've
moved the Jaguars' first
selection in the draft into
the second round.
"We're excited about a
play-making free safety
from right down the road.
We feel like he's a guy with
special range; speed, athleti-
cism and sideline-to-side-
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21 From Actual Police Reports
Your Weekly Horoscope SHH Did You HearAbout?
Did You Hear About?


(Aries March 21st thru
April 19th) Whoa! You
have your eye
on the prize as
the week
begins, but
there's more to life than
this one particular goal.
Slow down, look around
and consider the full spec-
trum of priorities. Around
Wednesday, the give and
take of life is richly
rewarding, whether it's at
work, with friends or in a
relationship. Lend a hand,
and get some support your-
self -- it'll feel great.
Taking it easy isn't always
easy for you, but give it a
try on Friday or Saturday;
quiet time clears your
head. On Sunday, you've
got just the idea for fun.
(Taurus- April 20th thru
May 20th) You're starting
the week off on
the right foot as
the week
Begins, if the
Universe has its say. Get
grounded -- with exercise,
meditation, those who
make you feel most won-
derful -- and you can reach
for the stars. Around
Wednesday, though, the
world may feel like it's
pushing you. Will you push
back, or go with the flow
and see where it takes you?
Your personal connections
and community both figure
prominently on Friday and
Saturday. Let your network
work for you, and give
back, too. On Sunday, a
leisurely brunch with a
loved one is exactly the
thing that makes you
happy.
(Gemini May 21st thru
June 21st) A significant
other, a friend or
someone you're
partnering with
at work at the
beginning of the week may
need handling with care.
Listen carefully to what
they're saying, and urge
them to verbalize the
between-the-lines stuff.
Around Wednesday, are you
being fickle or are you truly
considering new ideas and
points of view? Make sure
things are legit before incor-
porating. Creative activities
and pursuits suit you on Fri.
and Sat., and getting cre-
ative about communication
helps, too. On Sunday,
someone's got some words
of wisdom for you.
(Cancer June 22nd thru
July 22nd) Retreating into
your shell (just
a bit!) might not
be a bad idea as
the week
begins. Do check in with
loved ones, though, and let
your boss know exactly
what you're working on
prior to clamping on the
headphones. Around
Wednesday, you may still.
be feeling sensitive, but
exercise your emotional
intelligence, too; you'll see
different aspects of situa-
tions around you. You've
got a knack for connecting
with others -- and proceed-
ing to a deeper level -- on
Friday and Saturday.
Inquire about their personal


philosophies, and enjoy the
discussion. On Sunday,
practice patience with a
friend or relative.


(Leo July 23rd thru
August 22) A random or
not-so-random
act of kindness
gets the week off
to a positive start
-- and that's you performing
one, not waiting for it to
come to you! Around
Wednesday, you'll want to
take your outlook, turn it
upside-down and shake well
for best results. A terrific
solution to a certain situa-
tion requires only a little
stretch of the old noggin.
Then let both intellect and
instinct weigh in on Friday
and Saturday, especially
when it comes to others.
Look and listen more than
you talk. Then, on Sunday,
someone may throw you for
a loop -- in the best possible
way.
(Virgo August 23rd thru
September 22nd) You've
got your head on
straight and a
definite twinkle
in your eye as the
week begins -- a stellar
combination for both work
and love. Around
Wednesday, kick a precon-
ception, an expectation or a
well-worn favorite way of
doing something to the curb,
then try several ways of
replacing it. Feels risky?
Good. Then -- gosh! -- oth-
ers are so slow on Friday
and Saturday. But acting
impatient won't hurry things
along. Go at your own pace,
and let them do the same.
You may be ready to take
issue with someone on
Sunday, but if it's an older
relative, choose your battle
carefully.
(Libra September 23rd
thru October 22nd) Expect
some emotional
ups and downs
as the week
begins. Be ready
to breathe, meditate or
maybe run screaming
through it, and have some-
one who understands ready
on speed-dial. Around
Wednesday, it's the upside
that's emphasized, and the
chance of romance is high!
A new sweetie -- or renewed
fun with a dear old one --
awaits. Get ready, get set,
go! Big agenda items and
projects may be hard to
cross off your list on Friday
and Saturday, but smaller
stuff can be surprisingly sat-
isfying. On Sunday, a cer-
tain relationship can flour-
ish under your care.
(Scorpio October 23rd
thru November 21st) Look
at you, biding
your time and
making brilliant
plans as the
week begins. You've got
patience with a purpose,
and calm, cool and collect-
ed suits you. Things may
be rockier around
Wednesday; are you con-
tributing to the drama or
just in the audience? It's
easier to find it amusing
(and stay nice and neutral)
as an onlooker, so consider
your role carefully. On
Friday and Saturday, let
the good times roll -- and
let your love show. You're
much admired now, so
enjoy the attention. Keep


the love energy going on
Sunday rather than getting
entangled in an argument.
A


(Sagittarius November
22nd thru December 21st)
It's not like you to
be less than gen-
erous, but tighten-
ing the purse
strings and taking an over-
all conservative approach
may be best as the week
begins. Around Wednesday,
you're making connections
that completely crackle,
both in your mind and with
others. You're electric, and
you just might do some-
thing shockingly brilliant.
If you're fuzzier on Friday
and Saturday, well ... every-
one needs downtime, and
you're probably processing
something important. Do
something to recharge.
Sunday's a fun day -- play a
game, see family and
friends, and just enjoy.
(Capricorn December
22nd thru January 19th)
Your famous
persistence pays
off at the begin-
ning of the
week. Check up on a situa-
tion or connection you've
been cultivating, and you'll
likely see great results.
Around Wednesday,
approaching a different
idea (or the person who has
it) with caution makes
sense, but don't dismiss it
(or them) outright.
Expanding your repertoire
is a possibility now, and
something outlandish could
be the starting point. You're
awfully impressive on
Friday and Saturday, what
with your rock-steady heart
and open mind. Dare to
show you care, and watch
what happens. Family's in
the forefront on Sunday.
(Aquarius-January 20th
thru February 18th) Get a
little help with
managing your
time and setting
your priorities
from a mentor or friend as
the week begins.
Otherwise, the first couple
df days this week will be a
time-suck. Around
Wednesday, though, you're
on top of the world and
reaching for the stars, if the
Universe has its way. Big
stuff at work, in. romance,
related to personal growth -
- it's all possible now. Then
it's time to get more practi-
cal on Friday and Saturday.
How will you keep on"
track? What will you do to
stay motivated? When do
you take the next steps?
Take an objective look.
Then, on Sunday, you may
have a breakthrough.
(Pieces February 19th
and March 20th) Do a lit-
tle planning as
the week begins -
for work, your
social life, your
personal projects.
You'll be that much more
impressive as the days
progress. Around Wed., an
interesting vision may come
your way. Surrounding your-
self with what inspires you
helps cue it, as does getting
grounded and opening your
heart and mind. Then, you're
downright inspiring on
Friday and Saturday.
Affection with friends, hot
stuff with a certain someone


and fun all over the place is
favored -- not to mention
transformation. Sunday
finds yolfdreaming all day.


BEER BOTTLE HEAD An officer was dis-
patched to a nightclub located in the 800 block of
University Blvd., N., when he was approached by
Ms. R (victim #1) stating that she was battered by 'r
an unknown black male. She stated that the t .
unknown man was involved in a fight with the
nightclub security officer, Mr. AS. Ms. R stated
that the suspect was pushing and shoving with Mr.
S when he stepped on her foot. Mr. R stated that
she pushed the suspect in the back and he turned
around and hit her in the head with a beer bottle.
I caused a small bruise on Mr. R's forehead, but
she refused services of rescue. Mr. S stated that the suspect was trying to hit him
with the bottle as he hit Ms. R. He stated that the suspect punched him several times
in the chest area with a closed fist. Mr, S stated that he did not know the suspect..
Mr. R stated that she saw the suspect get in the passenger seat of an unknown vehi-
cle and leave the parking lot area. A search of the immediate area failed to locate the
suspect or the listed vehicle.

SERIOUS PROBLEMS WITH THE HOME PHONE- An officer was dis-
patched to the 11000 block of St. Joseph's Rd in reference to a cutting complaint.
Upon arrival he made contact with Mr. DSH (victim) who was bleeding from the
head. He stated that Ms. BNI (suspect #1) cut him. Investigation revealed that the
victim and suspect resides together as husband and wife and have children in com-
mon. According to the victim, he was at home cooking when he became involved in
an argument with his step daughter (suspect #2) over using the telephone. Suspect
#2 has been staying with the victim and suspect #1 for the past two weeks. The argu-
ment escalated into a physical confrontation after suspect #2 refused to stop using
the telephone. The victim stated that suspect #2
struck him with her hands and threatened to cut
-- him with a butcher's knife, but suspect #1
Stepped in to prevent her daughter from using the
S,, knife. JFRD responded to the scene and treated
g Mr. DSH (victim) for the laceration above his
right eye. Both suspects stated that the victim
was upset over the telephone being used by sus-
pect #2. They denied striking him and stated that
he cut himself during the altercation when he
struck his head on the corer of the wall in the
dining room. Both suspects were arrested based
on the injury to the victim.

SERIOUS PROBLEMS WITH THE CELL PHONE An officer was dispatched
to the 3500 block of Columbus Ave in reference to a reported battery domestic vio-
lence call. Upon his arrival he observed Ms. J (victim) sitting on the front porch with
a swollen left eye. Investigation revealed that the victim and her kid's father Mr. BP
(suspect) engaged in a disturbance because the suspect wanted the victim's cell
phone. The victim stated the suspect took her cell phone and called another woman
in front of her. The victim stated that she threw a bottle at the suspect, but she did
not hit him. The victim stated that the suspect got up off of the sofa and punched her
in the left eye with his fist. The victim stated that she would not fight the suspect
because her kids were in the house. She stated the suspect lives with his mother on
Walnut St. The suspect fled the area after committing the offense. The officer will
seek prosecution against this suspect.

WHY DIDN'T HE CALL TO REPORT THEFT? An officer was dispatched to
the 5400 block of Beach Blvd. in reference to a theft. Upon his arrival, he was met
by Ms. G (victim) stating she contacted
Mr. W (suspect) who is a mechanic at a
repair shop. She had an oral contract with
the suspect regarding making minor
repairs to her vehicle. The victim met with
the suspect about 2 weeks prior and gave
him the keys to her vehicle. The victim
returned to the business and observed that
the vehicle had still not been repaired. She
observed the vehicle to be in proper condi-
tion at that time. The victim returned to the
business 2 days later and observed the
vehicle's CD player, a TV that was inside the vehicle, and all 4 of the vehicle's tires
and rims to be missing. The victim contacted the suspect who responded to the
scene. He lives at the end of the street that the vehicle was parked on. The suspect
said he left the car unlocked in the rear of the business parked on the street. He fur-
ther stated that he walked his dog the day before and observed the vehicle to be in
proper condition. He further stated that the next day he observed the vehicle's tires
and rims to be missing, but did not call the police at that time because he had work
related business in GA. The suspect's residence was checked for stolen property, but
proved negative.

WHY THE VEHICLES? An officer was dispatched to the 900 block ofBullsbay
Hwy to investigate criminal mischief at an auto parts lot. Upon arrival he spoke to
Mr. K (complainant) owner of the salvage yard. He stated he had a dispute over tools
with his step-daughter's son, Mr. J (suspect). The
suspect became angry and with a yard rake broke
se\erl \\ indshields/windows of company vehi-
cles and one salvage vehicle. Some o'f the vehi-
les \'eie to\\ trucks used to facilitate the busi-
ness. The suspect fled on food when the com-


plainant called the police. The complainant said
he \\ias in process of repairing the vehicles and
declined to have an evidence technician respond.
SThe of'licer observed the damage on all five
\ chicles. Patrol will attempt to locate the suspect
ol Iolo'\\ -up with the SAO.
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LAX Boyz: Teen

Heartthrob Rappers With

The Midas Touch!


By RL h ML Cam.i.
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The West Coast has
produced another
smoking rap sensation
in the form of the LAX
BOYZ! They -are
teenagers who are cap-
turing the fancy and
attention of fans world-
wide, especially the
young ladies. It has
been a while (maybe as
far back as the duo
Kriss Kross), since a
young group has pro-
jected the charm, sex
appeal and mic skills to
create the kind of phe-
nomena that these
young men are gener-
ating. This writer has
personally know these
youngsters and their
parents since their
early pre-teen days
performing at middle
and High schools on
the S.E.A.P. (School
Entertainment
Activities Program)
tour throughout the
greater metro Los
Angeles area. Needless
to say, they are mem-
bers of Rych McCain 's
Personally Hand-
Picked Family Of
Spiritually Chosen
Child/Teen Artists.
The group is com-
prised of brothers Polk,
16; Spank B, 15 and
their fist cousin Zay
Zay (nicknamed
"Zay"), 15. They began
rapping around the age
of nine \\lien they start-
Ced mlessingll aroui
\\ith a beat machine


that Zay's dad had in his
garage. Things became
serious and the group
\\as formed. They start-
ed to perform all over
Southern California and
Nevada. The boys have
al\va.s had a special
effect on the girls. At the
S.E.A.P. shows we used
to have to lock down the
back stage area every
time and still the girls
would try to climb into
the windows or wait to
bum rush the cars that
took them away.
After hooking up
with producer Poli Paul
and managers Doc
Clarke and Ian Fletcher
of 3pm Inc., LAX built
up a substantial fan base
and were offered multi-
ple major record deals.
They selected veteran
A&R guru Demetrius
Spencer and Texas
based venture capitalist
Bobby Patton, who
signed the trio to their
well-funded One
Recordings label. Rap
superstar/producer
Jazze Pha was
impressed and brought
aboard to produce their
current hit single and
video, "Ride Like This,"
which has begun to bur
on radio airwaves.
The group's new
album THE ARRIVAL,
is scheduled to drop this
summer and includes
some special producers
and guests. When asked
about the kind of jour-
ney it was from those
first days to now, Zay is
the fir-,t to chime in.
\\'e \ ere just ha\ in
hmu at first but it has


LAX Bo.yz
been eight years and all
through that time its
been real hard work but
at the end of the day it's
all worth it." Poke adds,
"I have to say its been a
pretty crazy adventure
man. It's been wild, I
mean blood, sweat and
tears but through it all,
we're rising up. We've
had some falls but we
are shooting to be on
top. This is LAX, you
know how we do it."
Spank B rounds it out by
saying, "It's been a
learning experience,
that's the best way I can
describe it. You learn
how to trust (or not
trust) people, how to
view people to see
what's inside of them
instead of what they are
saying. See through
those words that they
are talking. Some people
can say stuff and have
the worst intentions but
we are on top, never
going to drop, LAX!"
The girls have 'some
how really zeroed in on
LAX more so than any
teen rap group that has
been out in a while.
What are the guy's reac-
tion to the screaming
and chasing? Zay says,


"When I see those
reactions I'm just in a
zone. I say dang, this is
what I-really want to do
and this is what I love
doing. That is what's
really going through
my head." Polk says,
"It is really unrealistic
to me to see that
because it's like a
dream that you are in.
A lot of people want to
be where we are and I
am grateful and thank
God." Spank B adds,
"It's all good and
everything but when
I'm on stage, that's last
thing I'm thinking
about is females. I'm
thinking about the
whole crowd in general
and thinking about dif-
ferent ways that I make
them scream and give a
good show so our name
will be on the tip of
their tongues every-
where they go. I do my
best to do that."
There is no question
that the LAXBOYZ are
destined to be on the tip
of the tongue to mil-
lions of fans who are
steady coming on
board.







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Music
Superstar Gospel Artist
Andrae Crouch celebrated his
40th Anniversary in Gospel
Music with a two-day schedule
of festivities. Beginning with
Friday, April 27, 2007, Mega
stars The Rev. Shirley Caesar,
CeCe Winans, Jessie Campbell,
Bill Maxwell and an all-star
band joined forces at the
Sheraton Universal Hotel for a
blow out gospel bash. The next
night saw more of the same as
Crouch's church in the San
Fernando Valley, New Christ
Memorial, hosted Tramaine
Hawkins, Donnie McClurkin,
BeBe Winans, Donald
Lawrance, Tonex and the New
Christ Memorial Church Mass
Choir.
Ne-Yo's sophomore album,
Because of You, will drop May
1. The first single, the album's
title track is out now. Guest
includes Jay-Z and Oscar win-
ner Jennifer Hudson. Ne-Yo
will also be writing material for
Usher, Chris Brown, Jennifer
Hudson and will also be work-
ing with producer Will.i.am on
Michael Jackson's new album.
The Fixxers i.e., Quik & AMG
have launched their new produc-
tion and group on
Dirty West/Interscope. The
Prince of the Bay area MISTAH
FAB will be dropping his new
album DA BAYDESTRIAN on
May 15.
Movies
28 Weeks Later stars Robert
Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy
Renner, Harold Perrineau,
Catherine McCormack,
Mackintosh Muggleton,
Imogen Poots and Idris Elba.
This is the sequel to 28 Days
Later. It picks up six months
after the first outbreak of the
dreaded rage virus. The US
Army declares that the infection


has been put down and the
British people can return
home. Unfortunately this is
not true. One lady who has
been in hiding turns out to be
infected and starts the virus
spread all over again. She is
Alice (McCormack) the wife
of Don (Carlyle) who left her
behind in a country cottage
while escaping out of a win-
dow when the infected zom-
bies attacked and broke in.
Don panicked and was too
chicken to help his wife
escape once he got out. His
act of cowardice comes back
to haunt him when he is
reunited with his 9 year-old
son Andy (Muggleton) and
teen daughter Tammy (Poots)
who discover that mom is still
alive. This movie is a bit too
gory and bloody in some
scenes. A lot of the action is
somewhat predictable but it
does have the element of fam-
ily sticking together no matter
what. If horror and psycho,
bloody zombies are your slice
of the pie, you should get off
on this one.
Spider Man 3 stars Toby
Maguire, Kirsten Dunst,
James Franco, Thomas
Haden Church, Topher
Grace, Bryce Dallas Howard,
James Cromwell, Rosemary
Harris and J.K. Simmons.
The third installment of the
Spider Man franchise was a
disappointment for this
reviewer. The only excitement
generated by this version was
the fight scenes with the spe-
cial effects. Otherwise this
was a boring love story
between Perter Parker
(Maguire) and M.J. (Dunst).
There was way too much
moral philosophizing going
on between Spiderman and his
enemies Sandman, arch-
nemesis Venom and Harry
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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 04/23/07
1. American Idol, Wed. FOX
2. American Idol, Tues., FOX
3. House, FOX
4. CSI:Miami, CBS
5. Grey's Anatomy, ABC
6. The Game, CW
7. Dancing with the Stars (Monday), ABC
8. CSI: NY, CBS
9. Shark, CBS
10. Without A Trace, CBS


Source: Nielsen Media Research


Saturday
9 p.m. on
... CBS M
CSI: Miami:
i I"- They may be
*.. .. hot, but some-
one wants
them in the
cold, cold
ground. A
criminal cou-
pie (Chris Batstone, Ana
Alexander) whose sex appeal
got them lots of media atten-
tion are released from prison
in "Free Fall." They may have
paid their debts to society, but
somebody thinks they still owe
and is trying to kill them. Emily
Procter also stars.


Monday
8:30 p.m. on
S CBS (
The New Ad-
ventures of
Old Chris-
h tine: Fun has
Sconse -
quences?
This shouldn't
be news to Christine; she has
a child, after all. But it turns
out one crazy night could ruin
her chance to be more than
Ritchie's (Trevor Gagnon)
mom where his handsome
teacher, Mr. Haris (Blair Un-
derwood), is concerned. Oh,
well.


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Wassup cont'd from D-4
Osborn who takes his
father's place as the
new Goblin. Ether kick
their behinds or let them
do what they do but you
don't try to reason with
hardened criminals and
plead with them to see
the light. This movie
does not live up to the
hype but some die hard
Spiderman fans will
swear by it anyway.
Hit me up at feed-
backry ch @
sbcglobal.net
Maat-Hotep!
Rych


Tuesday
9 p.m. on
CBS (47M
SThe Unit: In
S "; their line of
work, they
/ sometimes
have to break
the rules, but
somebody is-
n't happy about that. In the
season finale, the Unit returns
from a mission to some dis-
turbing news: An agency is in-
vestigating its less-than-legal
activities on past missions.
The result could be criminal
charges and possibly even the
end of the Unit. Dennis Hays-
bert and Scott Foley star.
A-i -I "


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