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 Section A: Main: Editorial
 Section A: Main: Church
 Section A: Main: Lifestyle
 Section A: Main: State
 Section A: Main: National
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 Section B: 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 12, 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:
UF00028362:00119

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Florida star and news

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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
    Section A: Main: Editorial
        page A 2
    Section A: Main: Church
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Lifestyle
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: State
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: National
        page A 6
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 7
        page A 8
    Section B: Prep Rap
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
    Section C: Local
        page C 1
    Section C continued
        page C 2
        page C 3
        page C 4
    Section C: Sports
        page C 5
    Section C continued
        page C 6
        page C 7
        page C 8
    Section D: Entertainment
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Queen Esther Brown
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Cabbage was 15 cents a
head and a loaf of bread cost
a quarter one hundred years
ago in 1907, the same year
in which Mrs. Queen Esther
Brown Roberts was born.
Alert and spry as one thirty
years her junior, Mrs.
Roberts gives all praises to
the Lord for her longevity.
God has always been the
head of my life, in my life
and the sustainer of my life,
states the humble centenari-
an. He was all we had to
depend on.
Born May 7, 1907 in
Leesburg, Florida, Mrs.
Roberts family moved to the
eastside of Jacksonville
while she was a young girl.
She and her three siblings
attended Oakland School,
where she says most of her
education was administered.
Her siblings and parents
have all passed on.


Uncertain if any of her
classmates are still living,
Roberts recalls fondly how
proud and important learn-
ing was for her, especially
during those times. It wasn't
grand, but it was Oakland
School and I won't forget it,
she says with a smile.
Roberts is a retired domestic
worker, widow and mother
of one son, Hugh, also
deceased.
A lifelong :member of
Greater Grant Memorial
AME Church, Roberts con-
tinues to worship every
Sunday possible. She has
worked on numerous auxil-
iaries throughout her mem-
bership. The church hon-
ored Roberts with a special
presentation during
Sunday's worship service
along with gifts and flowers.
To be remain active and
committed in her faith epit-
omizes such a virtuous
woman as the one refer-
enced in Proverbs 31,
remarks her pastor
Reverend T. DeMarco
Hansberry. Sister Roberts
has labored in love for God
and others, always doing so
with kindness. She is a phe-
nomenal woman whose life
is truly a testament of unwa-
vering belief and fortitude.
After the morning service,
the honoree was treated to a
special dinner at the
Northside Conference
Center sponsored by her
class leader, Mrs. Viviloria
Frazier.


Father Being Honored as Outstanding Peace Officer


Jones Killed Week Father is Honored


When reports came in
that a man had been shot on
Jammes Road Wednesday, it
was quite a shock that the
victim was Michael N.
Jones, son of Gainesville's
former police captain, Tony
Jones. Jones' father served
in the Gainesville Police
Department for more than
thirty years. After his retire-
ment in 2004, his dedication
to helping caused him to
serve as community
resource coordinator.
The Gainesville commu-
nity is extremely proud of
Woman Gets


Captain Jones and had
already planned "A Salute
to Tony Jones" to be held
Saturday at Springhill
Missionary Baptist Church
where all of the tickets had
already been sold which
includes a large number of
Jacksonville residents from
Gainesville. Many said they
will always be there for
Captain Jones and definitely
for his son.
Michael's shooting death
at an apartment complex
near his own residence, is
under complete -investiga-

Thrown Into


tion. Gainesville's Mayor
Hanrahan announced the
news of Michael's murder '
with tears, as she reminded,
the community of the
recent untimely death of '1
police officer Lt. Corey .
Dahlem who vas killed by
a drunken Jacksonville stu-
dent. .-
The Sheriff's report stat-
ed that Jones died of an
apparent gunshot wound
and even though they have
talked with several witness, Michael N. Jones, 26, Victim
a suspect has not been taken
into custody. Jones Killed -Continued-A-7

St. John's River, Rescued


Arlene Payan, 21, might have thought she was very unlucky when her tire blew while
crossing the St. John's River via the Dames Point bridge. She got out, stood next to it
when suddenly a Hummer drove by, struck her car and caused her to be thrown 25-feet
S into the water. She was able to swim to one of the bridge supports. A police officer,
-. Chris King, came to her rescue from a helicopter with a life vest. They were both res-
cued by a passing boat. After this incident, with no injuries, Arlene no longer feel
'unlucky', she feels "blessed."
Arlene Payan, 21


Tony Evans Says Poor Foundation is Our Problem
More Than 1400 Attend Greater Jacksonville Prayer Breakfast
Story and photos by Danny Murphy
Over 1400 people attended The Greater Jacksonville Prayer
Breakfast on April 24th at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront-Hotel. Dr.
Tony Evans, renowned author, Founder of The Urban Alternative,
and Senior Pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, Dallas, Texas was
the speaker.


Dr. Evans told a story about recent problems he has been having
with cracks in the wall of his house. More than once, he had a
painter repair the cracks only to see them return later. Finally, he
hired a new contractor who informed him that the real problem was
the shifting foundation under the house. Until that was fixed, cracks in the wall would
continue to show up. Dr. Evans went on to say that many of the problems we now face
in our culture, including violence, drug abuse, and sexually transmitted diseases are the
result of poor foundations in people's lives. "The faith-based community can make a
valuable contribution to the community. We need to come out of the closet," he said.
Mayor Peyton, Sheriff Rutherford, and many other notables attended the event.
Following the breakfast Dr. Evans introduced Project Turn Around, a school mentor-
ing program which "Rebuilds communities from the inside out."


News Briefs
Indictment Given for 1965 Civil Rights Death, Trooper, 73, Turns Self In
A retired Alabama State Trooper, James Bonard Fowler, 73, was indicted
Wednesday for the death of Jimmie Lee Jackson, 26, during the historical Selma civil
rights protest. The officer said it was self-defense in the past, but turned himself in once
he learned about the indictment regarding the 1965 incident.
Mayor's Family Grows
Mayor and Mrs. John Peyton announced today that their second
S son was born early Saturday morning. Kent Thomas Peyton
'weighed six pounds at birth. He is being held by his 'big' brothci.
I Connor. Dr. Kathryn Peyton is doing fine, and is ready for
Mother's Day.

Florida's African American Republican Clubs Met
Republican Party chairman, Jim Greer met with Black Republicans last week in
Orlando to discuss outreach programs and statewide unity for 2008 with a continued
effort to define their goals, create strategies and to meet them. City Councilman
Glorious Johnson attended. The group is putting a new emphasis on victory for 2008.


Brunswick Group Files An Injunction

A group of Brunswick, Georgia residents, listed as


African American Historic Preservation has filed an injunction against the Glynn
County Board of Commissioners as a body as well as individually stating that the
African American community wish to restore and preserve the multipurpose build-
ing at Selden Park.
According to the petition, more than 600 citizens of the county signed petitions
for the restoration and preservation of the building but were not allowed to present
the petition to the Commissioners. The petition says that a public hearing regard-
ing this matter has not been held and that the defendants allege that the multipur-
pose building must go because it does not meet county code regulations.
The Multipurpose Building at Selden Park was designed and built by African
Americans for African Americans at a time when noting else existed in the region
for such activities. It is a historical site.
The defendants admit, according to the petition, that proper maintenance of the
building has not been provided. However, the maintenance of the facility was and
is the responsibility of the defendants. In addition, according to the petition, the
defendants have violated the terms stipulated in the original deed for the property.
They have inadequately provided facilities and programs at Selden Park as was the
custom originated by the African American citizens of Glynn and surrounding
counties.
The defendants said that the cost to restore the facility would be between $1.2
million to $4 million.
The petition requested injunctive relief to cease and desist demolition, destruc-
tion, theft, deterioration and all irreparable harm to the Multipurpose Building at
Selden Park. In addition, the Concerned Citizens stated their desire to.plan for
restoration and revitalization of Selden Park for all citizens. The organization will
also apply for the facility to be declared a historical site for the area.


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Commemorating the Anniversary of the End
of the Transatlantic Slave Trade

U. S. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.)


Two hundred years ago,
on March 25th in 1807,
Great Britain passed the
Slave Trade Abolition Act,
which abolished the
transatlantic slave trade in
England and its colonies.
This important milestone
represented the beginning
of the end of one of the
most deplorable chapters
in human history.
On May 1st of this year,
the House of
Representatives unani-
mously approved a resolu-
tion that I introduced to
commemorate the 200th
anniversary of the end of
the transatlantic slave
trade.
Specifically, the resolu-
tion I introduced, H. Res.
272 recognizes the histori-
cal significance of the
200th anniversary of the
abolition of the transat-
lantic slave trade; honors
the memory of those who
died as a result of slavery;
supports the preservation
of historical records; and
urges increased education
of current and future gen-
erations about this crime
against humanity.
1 personally had the
heart wrenching experi-
ence of traveling to the
areas from where slaves


were captured.
One of my most distinct
memories was standing at
the "Doors of No Return"
in Ghana and in Senegal.
Every slave castle has such
a door, where my ances-
tors stood on the shores of
their homeland for the last
time in their lives, await-
ing a fate that I wouldn't
wish on my worst enemy.
Standing before those
doors, it was impossible to
ignore the fact that those
who walked through them
laid the foundation of
many modern nations-
including the United
States.
In many ways, the
industrial strength of our
nation was built on the
blood, sweat and tears of
African Americans' free
labor. Even today, the U.S.
continues to reap the fruits
of the labor of those
enslaved Africans.
However, in spite of the
immense wealth enslaved
Africans created for oth-
ers, the slave trade repre-
sented perhaps the lowest
point in the history of
humanity.
SCaptured Africans were
subjected to the worst
forms of cruelty and inhu-
manity. Millions were
crammed in the hulls of
slave ships where disease
ran rampant, where traders


used any means ot vio-
lence to subdue insurrec-
tion and as many as half
died in transit.
The world will never
know the exact number of
enslaved Africans trans-
ported to America, but it is
estimated that between 10
to 15 million were brought
here, making it the largest
forced migration in histo-
ry.
But despite its immense
significance, the transat-
lantic slave trade is a sub-
ject only briefly discussed
in our nation's classrooms.
We must change that.
It is important for us to
remember this dark period
in our history and cele-
brate the efforts to bring it
to an end, both to prevent
such atrocities in the future
and to confront the legacy
of slavery that persists in
this country to this day.
Just consider the facts:
nearly one quarter of
African-Americans in the
U.S. live in poverty.
African-Americans have
one of the highest unem-
ployment rates at 9.6 per-
cent, and of the 46 million
who lack health insurance,
about 20 percent are
African-American and
many of them are children.
There is a misguided
idea held by many people
in this country that the
Civil Rights movement put
an end to racism, and it is
time to get on with a
"color blind" society.
We saw the tragic


U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee
results of that view in the
wake of hurricane Katrina,
and it ought to be a wake
up call.
Our responsibility is
not just to seek justice for
Katrina survivors, but also
to tackle the structural
inequality, the endemic
poverty and the flat out
racism that turned a natu-
ral disaster into a human
catastrophe of epic propor-
tions. We must remake our
unequal and unjust system
of public education. We
must attack the disparities
in health care, economic
opportunity, housing and
employment. We must
fight against the dispro-
portionate toll that
HIV/AIDS is taking on
African Americans.
Slavery may be over,
but in many ways the ves-
tiges remain. That is why it
is important that we
remember where we've
come from, and that our
nation not forget how
much .further there still is
to go.


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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.GI.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.
llth; and Family Fun Day, Saturday, May 12th from 10
a.m. to 4 pm.
THE ABYSSINIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH and the DAUGHTERS OF ZION
WOMEN'S MINISTRY invites all men, women, boys
and girls to the 3rd Annual Pre-Mother's Day
Breakfast and Fashionatta, Saturday, May .12th at the
Wyndham Riverwalk Hotel located at 1515 Prudential
Drive from 9:0am to 11:00am. Featuring Couture
Designer Andrena Meeks Morgan of Duluth, Georgia.
For more information call Minister Scott at 608-2962.
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.
EASTSIDE CHURCH OF GOD, located at 1119 East
14th St., (comer of 14th & Phoenix Ave.) will be
ordaining Deaconess Elizabeth Weaver as our new
Church Mother. On May 13, 2007 at 11:00 a.m.
Deaconess Weaver is replacing her mother, Mother
Harriett Walker, who died in October 2006. The public
is invited. Bishdp S.J. Herring, Jr. is Pastor.
ZION HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
located at 2803 E. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville, FL
with Rev. Clifford J. Johnson, Jr., Pastor. Friday, May
18th beginning at 6:45 p.m. District Ten will have a
One Day City Wide Revival. Rev. Leofric W. Thomas,
Sr., Pastor of Open Arms will be the guest speaker,
along with his choir, dance ministry and congregation.
BENEFIT APPRECIATION PROGRAM FOR
DEACON LAVERNE PULLINS St.. Matthews
Baptist Church located at South 6th St., Folkston, GA,
May 19th at 6:00 p.m. Special Guest: Rejoice, New
Creations, Bro. Floyd Perkins, Sunny Rose Gospel
Singer, Royal Spiritual Gospel Singers, Dea. Kilpatrick
and The Soul Savers, First African Baptist Church Male
Chorus of Kingslands, GA, and many more groups
from South Georgia and North Florida. For more infor-
mation, please call Bro. Dewayne Everett at (912) 288-
6369 or sister Claudia Campbell at 708-4776.
NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH invites the
public to join them as they celebrate the 19th
ANNIVERSARY of the church and the 12th PAS-
TORAL ANNIVERSARY honoring Reyerend Roland
S. Baker, Sr. The celebrations will be held'at the church,
located at 1451 Mt. Herman St., Friday, May 18th at
7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 20th at 6:00 p.m. For more
information call (904) 353.9883.
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
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SWORD AND SHIELD KINGDOM OUTREACH
MINISTRY is having their 2007 Serious. Praise
Service. The Rev. Mattie W. Freeman, Pastor and
Founder, will bring the message. May 13th at 3:45 p.m.
at the Father's House Conference Center located at
1820 Monument Rd., Jacksonville, FL, Bldg 2. Free to
public.
NEW FOUNTAIN CHAPEL AFRICAN
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH located at
737 Jessie St., Jacksonville, FL with Rev. Louis
Kirkland, Pastor invites you to attend their Annual
Leona Daniels' Day, May 20th. Church school 9:00
a.m., Morning Worship 10:45 a.m., afternoon service
3:30 p.m. The Reverend. Charles Cloy, Pastor of Bethel
AMEC Hallandale, FL will bring the message at 10:45
a.m., Reverend Kevin Robinson, Pastor of High
Antioch Madison will bring the message at 3:30 p.m.
For more information call (904) 358-2258.
MOUNT SINAI MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH FAMILY CONFERENCE 2007 May
9th, 16th and 23rd from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Don't miss
this SINGLES, YOUTH AND FAMILY CONFER-
ENCE AND REVIVAL AT "THE MOUNT." Guest
Lecturer is Pastor Harold Rollinson of Worship Place.
Special Guest Speakers are Pastor James of New
Revelations; Pastor Ernest Griffin of Shalom Baptist,
and Dr. Juan P. Gray. For more information call (904)
354-7249. Rev. R.L. Gundy, Pastor.


( HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY, MAMA! >
Mrs. Lula Cummings-Ross
a/k/a "CAT"
THE DAYS, WEEKS, AND MONTHS
SHAVE PASSED. ITHAS BEEN FOUR
YEARS, FIVE MONTHS AND THE PAIN
HAS NOTLESSENED. WE LOVE YOU,
BUT GOD LOVES YOU BEST SLEEP ON
A114MA, REST IN PEACE, UNTIL WE MEET
AGAIN. YOUR MEMORY IS THE STRENGTH
BENEATH MY WINGS. LOVE, YOUR SON,
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Mother's Love
A mother 's love is like the wind that
carries a leaf around, that flows through the air
with no care in the world can be found.
I love the way my mother sing, and smell and
dance and everything.
She makes me smile whenever I think of her whether she
is around, around.
A mother's love, A mother s love, dances gentle in
the rain. I'll always know her; it's just that
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DEATHw NOTICES


BETHEA, Miriam E.,
died May 7, 2007.
BROWN,. Charlie, Sr.,
61, died May 3, 2007.
Alphonso West
Mortuary.
COLEMAN, Bernice,
died May 6, 2007.
COOPER, Bernadette,
died May 3, 2007.
DINKINS, Evelyn, died
May 4, 2007.
ELLIS, Simon "Billie,"
died May 1, 2007.
FUNCHES, Charles,
died May 6, 2007.
HAMILTON, Ruby,
died May 2, 2007.
HARTLEY, Luella,
died May 3, 2007.
HUGHES, Rosemary,
87, died April 28, 2007.
JACKSON, Johnny, 71,
died May 5, 2007.
JACKSON, Lillie, died
May 3, 2007.
JAMES, 'hirlette L.,


died May 6, 2007.
JILES, Lorenzo, Jr.,
died April 30, 2007.
JONES, Cleotha, 89,
'May 4, 2007.
JONES, Michael N.,
died May 2, 2007.
McCONNELL, Janet
Lynn, died May 6, 2007.
Alponso West Mortuary.
MONTGOMERY,
Josephine, died May 8,
2007.
STRIGGLERS,
Eugene, died May 2,
2007.
WAY, Sharon, 41, died
May 4, 2007.
WEBSTER, Alfarata,
died May 1, 2007.
WILLIAMS, Ernest L.,
died May 2, 2007.
WILLIAMS,
Wellington B., died May
4, 2007.
WOODS, Elijah, Sr., 74,
died May 3, 2007)


The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

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


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


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

Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
2036 Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
(904) 354-7249 Church
Bible Power Enrichment Hour
; Sunday School 9:15 10:15 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
S7. (Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Fellowship Hall 10:30 a.m.
Mid-Week:
Wednesday, Noonday Prayer 12 Noon
Inspiration Wednesday Worship Service...................6:00-8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting & Bible Study, Youth Bible Study & Activities

MT. CHARITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1417 North Laura St. Jacksonville, Florida 32206
George Harvey, Jr., M.A., M. Div., Pastor
Telephone: (904) 356-0664 or 768-4453
"Christ died for our sins...was buried and Rose again" (see 1 Corinthians 15:1-4)
Sulzbacher Outreach Service 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday & Friday Night Services 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Prison Outreach 1:00 p.m.
Saturday Nursing Home Outreach 3rd and 4th Saturdays
"Call or Write Mt. Charilt for FREE Sunday School Outlines"
A Bible Preaching, Bible Believing and Bible Practicing Church
"Without the shedding of Blood, there is no remission of sin" (Hebrews 9:22)

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Fla. 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org
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PENTECOSTAL CHURCH of GOD
S "Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don 't"
Elder Joseph Rice

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

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Socially Speakiing

By
Betty Asque
Davis


"There's Always Something

Happening On The First Coast"


It is TPC Week and between showers we are having lots of
fun (especially at the evening event)! I will tell you all about it
next week!
Leadership Jacksonville Celebrates
The Leadership Jacksonville Celebration 2007 was a stu-
pendously dazzling evening at the Prime Osborne Convention
Center. The celebration honored three distinguished
Community Trustees. This year's honorees were: Robert
Helms, CEO Florida Banking Wachovia Bank, NA; Peter
Rummell, Chairman & CEO, The St. Joe Company and Mrs.
Madeline Scales-Taylor, Administrator, Community
Relations Mayo Clinic Jacksonville. While the honorees were
gracious as they spoke to a filled room of family, friends and
supporters. And yet the young people who introduced the hon-
orees were fantastic! I expect great things from these find your
people. They were absolutely wonderful!
The staff at Leadership Jacksonville knows how to put on a
program. The quality of the program was not even slightly
diminished with its quick moving pace. Those 'guys' need to
develop a manual for such programs.
Congratulations to each of the honorees!

D. W. Perkins Scholarship Awards Banquet
The Daniel Webster Bar Association, Inc. was named after
a great pioneer who one of the first African-Americans to prac-
tice law in Duval County, Florida, the late D.W. Perkins, Esq.
Attorney Perkins, the father of Mesdames Camilla Perkins
Thompson, Mrs. Louvenia Perkins and Mrs. Danette
Perkins. Distinguished, knowledgeable, and a committed
leader with a sincere interest in the lives of young people,
Attorney Perkins was a giant of giants! It is so befitting that
one of the local attorney organizations bears his name.
"The Annual Scholarship Awards Banquet represents for us
the culmination of the 2006-07 year of enriching programs and
active community involvement," stated chapter president Mrs.
Mamie L. Davis, Esq. And it was indeed a grand affair!
********
More from Stanton Gala
As promised there are more photos from the Annual
Stanton Gala
*********
You're invited to be a part of the Called2Exellence
Experience! Friday, May 18, 2007
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Bethelite Conference Center, 5865
Arlington Expressway. To register, visit
www.Called2Excellence.com/events. This is a workshop
designed to bring out the best in you and start you on your path
to a life of excellence.
********
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!


2007 Leadership Jacksonville Honoree Mrs. Madeline Scales-Taylor with
the men of her life-Brother Earl Scales, Jr., son Kortney Jones, husband
Howard Taylor, father Earl Scales, Sr., God brother Maurice Evans.


Mayo Clinic Physician Dr. Floyd Willis with his wife Mrs. Willis, a mem-
ber of the 2007 Leadership Jacksonville Development Committee and
patient/friend Mrs. Inez Christopher Asque.


City Council Members Yates and Ray with their spouses at the 2007
Leadership Jacksonville Celebration.


Four generations of Scales: Patriarch Earl Scales, Sr., Mrs. Madeline
Scales-Taylor, Kortney Jones and Little Miss Cornetta Jones at the
2007 Leadership Jacksonville Gala.


Meg Folder, Youth Leadership Director with Youth Leadership
Jacksonville participants at the 2007 Leadership Jacksonville
Celebration.


2007 Leadership Jacksonville Honorees Peter Rummell, Robert
Helms. Mrs. Madeline Scales Taylor with their presenters
Michelle Mullaney, DeMario Fort and Corey Portnoy and
Leadership Jacksonville Executive Director Mrs. Izzy Spence.


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The Vincent Samses and United Way VP Mrs. Janet Owens at the
2007 Leadership Jacksonville Celebration.


2007 Leadership Jacksonville Celebration Mrs. Madeline Scales-
Taylor a member of the Bold City Chapter Links, Inc. shares time
with her fellow Link sisters from the Jacksonville Chapter, Links,
Inc.: Mesdames Hester Clark, Marietta LeBlanc, chapter vice presi-
dent and Betty Asque Davis, Public Affairs Chairperson.


D. W. Perkins 2007 Scholarship Award Banquet Chairman Burney
Bivins, Esq., with friends attending the event.


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D. W. Perkins Bar Association member Dr. Chester Aikens with Mrs.
Aikens and Congresswoman Corinne Brown.


Winston Jones who escorted his Mom Mrs. Susan Canty Jones to the
D. W. Perkins Bar Association Event with Ms. Linda Witsell, Ms.
Juliette Thaver and The Josh Joneses..


D. W. Perkins Bar Association Presidtent Ms. Mamie Davis, Esq. with
D. W. Perkins Bar Association Community Service Award Honoree
Mrs. Roslyn Mixon Phillips.


Mrs. Janie Coward Madry with her daughters.
Mrs. Janie Coward Madry with her daughters.


The Robinsons with their daughter Dr. Brenda Robinson Simmons


SDescendants of D. W. I'Pl, ir,.. Esq. lip,r hulnn the Bar Association is
name for.


Stantonians Dr.: RmI> .Sinlelii.m Warren Wade Scl l, Ill, Mrs. Anest
Schell McCarthy anil George Wells, Jr.


The Levy sisters with their spouses.


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Florida News Briefs

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. A judge who briefly heard
arguments in cases involving Anna Nicole Smith's death
apologized Monday and agreed to undergo drug testing
for six months on a misdemeanor marijuana possession
charge. Broward Circuit Judge Lawrence Korda, 49, and
prosecutors agreed that the marijuana charge will be dis-
missed if he stays clean for six months and performs 25
hours of community service. Korda, 59, has already com-
pleted a drug and alcohol awareness course and agreed to
random drug testing.

New Port Richey F..- A woman forced an 83-
year-old housemate to smoke crack cocaine so she could
steal personal information to get a credit card in her name
and run up more than $3,000 in charges, authorities said.
Pasco County sheriffs investigators have accused
Theresa M. Stanley-Morgan, 41, of gettingthe older
woman to smoke the drug at least twice to make it easier
to exploit her financially. Stanley-Morgan was arrested
April 28. She admitted to investigators that she used
Shirley Hathaway's name, birth date and Social Security
number to open the account, a sheriffs report said.

Tallahassee, Fl -A city of Tallahassee foreman who
cleans ditches found and saved a man Monday who
had fallen into a ditch and had been lying by his over-
turned wheelchair since Sunday. James "Buddy" Hunter
was making a routine inspection on Woodmen of the
World Road, a dead-end road off Woodville Highway,
shortly before noon when he saw the man. He got him
out of the ditch and called police and paramedics.
"I'm no hero," Hunter said. "I just happened to be in
the right place at the right time."

Montverde, Fl This little town' is having a big
problem: There's a vacancy on the council and no agree-
ment on how to fill it. It's not been for lack of trying. Just
a lack of deciding.
The council has been trying unsuccessfully to fill the
vacancy left by the Jan. 9 death of Councilwoman
Brenda Muniz. Under the town's charter, the council is
obligated to select a replacement. But despite months of
wrangling and haranguing, it hasn't happened. Though
saddened by the loss to the council, town officials started
soliciting applications at their February meeting.
Four candidates were announced. The council whit-
tled the candidates to two, and that's where they've been
ever since: deadlocked 2-to-2.

Tallahassee, Fl Prosecutors issued arrest warrants
on Tuesday for eight former prison employees accused of
abusing inmates, including forcing some to clean toilets
with their tongues.
The eight were among 13 prison employees who had
already been fired from the 605-inmate medium and min-
imum security at the Hendry Correctional Institution in
the Everglades.
The previous warden and an assistant warden
resigned, and three others were reassigned after an
inmates was beaten and choked by guards in March.
State prisons chief Jim McDonough said the warrants
include charges of battery and failing to report inmate
abuse against former guards William Thiessen, Phillip
Barger, Randy Hazen, Gabriel Cotilla, Kevin Filipowicz,
Ruben Ibarra and Stephen Whitney. Fired guard James
Brown was charged with grand theft.


Emergency

Ops Center

Tests Storm

Readiness

A hurricane was bearing
down on Florida Monday.
Not from the Gulf of
Mexico, or the Carribean
but from the simulators at
the Emergency Operations
Center as planners tested
their disaster readiness.
"You don't want to come
into this room and not be on
a first-name basis the first
disaster you work," said
Craig Fugate, director of the
Division of Emergency
Management.
State Meteorologist Ben
Nelson noted the warm
water conditions that make
for an active hurricane sea-
son.
After eight major storms
in back-to-back years
(2004-05) Florida caught a
break last year.
Despite last years mild
hurricane season, Nelson
said state and local agencies
are not lowering their
guard. Fugate and Nelson
advised residents to have a
hurricane plan ready.
"Don't wait for the advi-
sory from the National
Hurricane Center. When
they make that decision, it's
Important that you have
your plan already in place,"
Nelson said. "When a hurri-
cane watch is issued from
the National Hurricane
Center, even if there's just a
threat out there, there's
going to be a run on sup-
plies."
Planners called the four-
day drill that began Monday
"Hurricane Tolbert," in
honor of the late Eric
Tolbert, who helped the
division fight wildfires, tor-
nadoes, hurricanes and
other disasters from 1993-
97. Participants are using
weather data from an
unnamed 1949 hurricane
that struck Palm Beach
County "tweaked" a bit for
modern details.
Fugate said Gov. Charlie
Crist has already had one


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Wildfire Status: Georgia.



Better, Florida gets Worse


In Southeastern Georgia, three weeks
after the state's largest wildfire on record
ignited near-Waycross, sustained winds of
20 mph from the northeast pushed the fire
deeper into the Okefenokee Swamp, giving
firefighters a chance to fortify fire breaks.
SLightning strikes from weekend thunder-
storms started three new fires near the cen-
ter of Okefenokee and posed no immediate
threat to people outside the
swamp.
The storms failed to bring
rain to ease the extreme
drought conditions.
"The fire areas them-
selves got next to nothing,
just a little bit of sprinkles,"
said David Spear, a
spokesman for the firefight-
ers' joint information center.
"You need days and days of
heavy soaking rain to have
any appreciable effect."
Officials said Monday the
wildfire had blackened over
100,000 acres. The Georgia Georgia fire figi
Forestry Commission has
said the vast wildfire was caused by a fallen
tree striking a power line, but the agency
suspects arsonists may have started six
smaller fires that later flared up nearby.
No injuries were reported in any of the
wildfires.
In Tallahassee, Florida, residents of
about 35 homes threatened by wildfire were
allowed to return today, but other evacua-
tions remained in windy, parched Florida.
About 260 separate fires were burning
more than 20,545 acres in the state, said Jim
Harrell, a spokesman for the state Division
of Forestry.
About 20 homes near Freeport in Walton
County in the Panhandle were evacuated as
a 1,200-acre fire threatened the neighbor-
hood. Hundreds of miles away, three dozen
residences in Lake County near the Wekiva
River were also evacuated. That order was
lifted after crews controlled a 1,000-acre


disaster the tornadoes in
Central Florida but that
some department heads,
bureau chiefs and coordina-
tors are new. He said the
state is also updating its
"mission software"' and
wants to make sure that
thousands of details like
names, e-mail addresses
and phone numbers of city
and county officials are cur-
rent.
And he said storm simu-
lators will push all of their
systems hard for four days.
"Some people like to do
exercises where their goal is
to not have any problems,
not have any mistakes, not
have any deficits. That's a
waste of time," said Fugate.


blaze that crept within a quarter-mile of
some homes, Lake County spokesman Chris
Patton said.
Officials say conditions across the state
are critical, with humidity at dangerously
low levels inland and winds gusting over 20
mph. Hundreds of residents are on standby
to evacuate, and Gov. Charlie Crist declared
a state of emergency last week.


hters fortify fire breaks as fire moves into swamp

"It's getting interesting and I don't think
it's going to get better soon," state
Emergency Management Director Craig
Fugate said.
Causing additional concern was a 6,100-
acre fire about 4 miles west of Ormond
Beach on Florida's east coast. Firefighters
were also working another large blaze, cov-
ering almost 900 acres between Eustis and
DeLand in central Florida.
Nearly 50 of the fires started Sunday,
about half of them caused by lightning from
a line of thunderstorms that moved through
the state too quickly to soak out the blazes,
Harrell said.
So far, no injuries have been reported in
any of the Florida fires.
Fire officials across the county were also
concerned that the same dry conditions and
blustery winds could return Tuesday to feed
other fast moving fires.


Mother's Day

Gun Buy.Back

in Bradenton

In a buy-back program
similar to Jacksonville's.
Bradenton, Florida will be
holding their annual
Mother's Day weekend gun
buy back program on
Saturday and Sunday
according to Bradenton
Police Chief Michael
Radzilowski.
Anyone turning in a
firearm will get a $50 gift
certificate from Wal-Mart
for semi-automatic firearms


Casselberry Folks

Unhappy With

New Resident;

Monitor Lizard

Has the Loch-Ness monster been found?
No, but a neighborhood in Casselberry, Fla.,
is on edge after several families spotted and
photographed a large monitor lizard prowl-
ing in their yards. A homeowner recently
noticed the nearly 5-foot lizard roaming in
their community and snapped photos of it as
it walked near a retention pond.
"He looks like a dinosaur head,"' a
neighbor said. "I first saw him behind my
neighbor's fence."
"It is not something that should be
around here and it could be harmful to the
kids," another neighbor said.
A trapper with Critter Control said he has
been trying to capture the animal.
S"We have been after him for a couple of
Weeks now," the trapper said.


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.and a $25 gift certificate for
revolvers and non-semi
automatic rifles. There is a
limit of three gift certifi-
cates for three or more guns,
The buy back program
allows residents to turn in
guns of all types while
remaining anonymous and
receive a gift certificate in
exchange.
The goal of the prograni
is to reduce and attempt to
eliminate the threat and use
of guns on the streets of
Bradenton, Radzilowski
said.
According to Lt. Rich
Hill, last years gun buy-
back netted qqq weapons.
This year is expected to do
even better.


Casselberry's New Visitor, a 5ft Monitor Lizard
Animal trappers believe the monitor
stays hidden in the weeds of a retention
pond, probably feasting on turtles and bird
eggs, going nowhere near the bait inside the
traps and lying low,
Experts said monitor lizards are fierce
predators and their bite alone can kill their
prey.
They are fast runners, have powerful
tails and feed on insects, birds and mam-
mals.
Police said they believe the monitor
lizard was probably someone's exotic pet
and wasreleased into the retention pond at
some poiNt.


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Howard Univ. Prexy

to Retire end of June


Howard University
'President H. Patrick
'Swygert has announced his
retirement in a email to the
student body
"'I write to inform you
of my decision to retire as
president of our beloved
university on June 30,
2008," the e-mail said. "I
owe much to the university.
My Howard undergraduate
education, law degree and
my faculty and staff men-
tors, coupled with the life-
long friendships of my
classmates, prepared me to
succeed in the world
beyond 'The Capstone.'"
Swygert said that during
his presidency, a number of
students received presti-
gious fellowships such as
the "Rhodes Scholar,
Truman Scholar, Fulbright
Scholar, Pickering Fellows,
Luard Scholars and, for the
first time, a Marshall
Scholar." He said that two
state-of-the-art libraries, in
health sciences and law, had
been built on the campus
and that the university is
working with the LeDroit
Park community in terms of
economic development.
He added that the uni-
versity has an A-plus credit
rating according to
Standard & Poor and that
Moody Investor Services
has rated the university at a
similar level. He also said
that the capital campaign
raised $250 million ten
months ahead of schedule
and "is the most successful
capital campaign in history.
by an African-American
institution."
The AFRO reported in
its March 17-23 editions
that the faculty senate was
disgruntled with Swygert's
leadership. It was reported
that on March 6, the board


H. Patrick Swygert became
president of Howard University on
August 1, 1995. As Howard's 15th
president, he is also the fifth
African American to serve as the
University's chief executive offi-
cer.
Mr. Swygert, born in 1943, is
an alumnus of Howard University,
having earned his undergraduate
degree and law degree, cum
laude, from the University in 1965
and 1968, respectively.
Mr. Swygert Was.president of
the University at Albany, State
University of New York, a public
research university from 1990 until
accepting the presidency at
Howard in 1995.
Prior to assuming the presi-
dency at Albany, Mr. Swygert had
been associated with Temple
University in Philadelphia since
1972, when he was appointed to
the faculty of Temple University
Law School. In 1987, he was
named executive vice presi-
dent of Temple University.
From 1982 to 1987, he was vice
president for university admin-
istration, and served as special
counsel to the president from
1980 to 1982. He also was act-
ing dean of the law school in
1977.
of trustees were sent a letter
by the faculty senate saying
that Howard should have a
new president because of its
ailing physical facilities,
troubles with the hospital,
falling academic standards
and its questionable finan-
cial status.
After meeting with


Swygert in late March, the
faculty senate gave Swygert
a vote of "no confidence"
by a margin of 16-2, with
one abstention, as a result
of the problems.
Dr. Theodore Bremner,
chairman of the faculty sen-
ate, told the AFRO in a
brief interview that his
organization would release
a statement "soon" in refer-
ence to Swygert's retire-
ment.
Swygert became the
fifth Black president of
Howard on Aug. 1, 1995.
He was selected at a time
when the university was in
financial straits with the
layoffs of several hundred
employees, faculty mem-
bers had not had a raise (as
a group) in several years
and its credit ratings were
"fair."
There was an effort by
the new Republican
Congress to eliminate
Howard's annual appropria-
tion and share it with other
Black colleges that get fed-
eral money. With Swygert's
urging and the assistance of
board of trustee members
Jack Kemp and Colin
Powell to lobby Republican
members of Congress,
Howard kept its appropria-
tion and has had it since.
Charles Greene, the
executive director of the
White House Initiative on
Historically Black Colleges
and Universities, said that
Swygert made a difference
as a leader of a Black insti-
tution.
"President Swygert has
clearly demonstrated over
the years, that he has been a
decisive and productive
administrator and leader,"
Greene said in a statement
to the AFRO. "In today's
higher education landscape,
these are critical qualities
for all HBCU presidents
and chancellors. His leader-
ship will be missed in our
community."


Obama Misspeaks

and Corrects Error

in Richmond Speech


Barack Obama, caught
up in the fervor of a cam-
paign speech Tuesday, over-
stated the Kansas tornadoes
death toll, saying 10,000
had died. The death toll
actually was 12.
"In case you missed it,
this week, there was a
tragedy in Kansas. Ten
thousand people died an
entire town destroyed," the
Democratic presidential
candidate said in a speech to
500 people packed into a
sweltering Richmond art
studio for.a fundraiser.
As the Illinois senator
concluded his remarks a few
minutes later, he appeared to
realize his gaffe.


Fresno State

Student Kills

Over Use of

Video Game

In a college-based shoot-
ing that reminded everyone
of Virginia-Tech, Fresno,
California police arrested
college student Tuesday
suspected of opening fire at
an apartment during a dis-
pute over a video game con-
sole, killing one man and
wounding two others.
Police detectives took
Jonquel Brooks, 19, into
custody after a series of
intense phone negotiations
with police, his parents and
an attorney, Fresno Police
Chief Jerry Dyer said.
Police said the shooting
across a street from the
California State University,
Fresno, stadium broke out
during a confrontation with
four men over a Playstation
game console late Monday.
Brooks, who was major-


Barack Obama
"There are going to be
times when I get tired," he
said. "There are going to be
times when I get weary.
There are going to be times
when I make mistakes."
Obama spokesman Bill
Burton said later that the
senator meant to say "at
least 10," instead of 10,000.


ing in criminology at
Fresno State, was arrested
after police and federal
agents launched a manhunt
for him. Brooks is accused
opening fire with a handgun
at four people inside the
apartment.
Investigators initially
believed he was still inside
the apartment complex
where the shooting

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Jonquel Brooks of Hayward,
California is is Custody

occurred, but then expand-
ed the search to other parts
of Fresno.
"The suspect had altered
his appearance significant-
ly," Dyer said. "He shaved


Obama mentioned the
'disaster in Greensburg,
Kan., saying was told by the
office of Kansas Gov.
Kathleen Sebelius that the
state's National Guard had
been depleted by its com-
mitment to the Iraq War.
"Turns out that the
National Guard in Kansas
only had ,40 percent of its
equipment and they are hav-
ing to slow down the recov-
ery process in Kansas,"
Obama said, his shirt
sleeves rolled up and his
head glistening with sweat.
During his speech,
Obama stirred the crowd as
he often does by skewering
President Bush.
"How could we have
been involved in a war that
never should have been
authorized, that has already
cost us half a trillion dol-
lars," Obama said.


his, head and also changed
his clothing apparently in
an attempt to avoid being
recognized."
The Fresno County
Coroner's Office identified
the deceased victim as a
Brant Daniels, 19, who had
moved from the Los
Angeles area to attend
Fresno State but was not a
current student.
Daniels fled to his own
apartment after being hit
and later died at a hospital,
Dyer said.
Police identified the two
wounded men as Fresno
State student Roderick
Buycks, 19, and Drew
Pfeiff, 22, who is not
enrolled at the university.
Fresno State students
were never in danger
because police were in con-
tact with the gunman and
knew he was not on cam-
pus, Dyer said.
Police were searching
for evidence,\including the
gun, at six apartments at
University Village Apart-.
ments.


Maryland Becomes First

State with Living Wage Law
The "Living Wage" concept has been repeated in dozens
of cities across America as part of a trend that surprising-
ly has continued to spread even during the economic
downturn.
Now it is officially at the state level.
Maryland became the first state in the nation yesterday
to require government contractors to pay their employees
significantly more than the minimum wage under legisla-
tion signed into law by Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley.
The so-called "living wage" measure, which the General
Assembly passed last month, requires contractors working
in the Washington-Baltimore corridor to pay $11.30 an hour.
For those in more rural counties, the minimum will be
$8.50. The state's minimum wage is $6.15.
Advocates of the new law, which goes into effect Oct. 1,
estimate that 50,000 workers could be affected.
The living wage bill, which advocates have pushed for
nearly a decade, lets state contract workers know that "we
are going to treat you in a fair and just and decent way,"
O'Malley said.
"It's the right thing to do," O'Malley said. "It's the fair
thing to do."
Advocates of the bill pointed to studies from U.S. local-
ities with similar laws that showed modest cost increases.
Del. Tom Hucker, a leading proponent of the bill, said
yesterday that higher productivity and less turnover among
the better-paid workers Wvill offset employers' costs of high-
er wages.
"The important thing is, we're lifting people up and
helping hard-working families," Hucker said.
He said that employees of companies that provide jani-
torial, landscaping, security, parking attendant and food
services will be most affected.
In 1994, Baltimore became the first U.S. city to enact a
living wage law. Since then, more than 100 localities,
including Maryland's Prince George's and Montgomery
counties, have followed.
Under the statewide law, a wage of $11.30 an hour will
be required for state work done in metropolitan counties'
such as Prince George's, Montgomery, lhi\.mil Anne
* Arundel and Baltimore. The Ss 5I minimum will .iI'I.' to
all other counties.


National News Briefs


Washington, DC In a slip of the tongue, President
Bush brought roars of laughter to a White House welcom-
ing ceremony Monday for Queen Elizabeth II.
The president stumbled on a line in his speech, saying
that the queen had dined with 10 U.S. presidents and had
helped the United States "celebrate its bicentennial in
17..." Bush caught himself and corrected the date to
1976. He paused as if to see if the queen had taken
offense. "She gave me a look that only a mother could
give a child," the president said with a smile.

Greensburg, ks The Bush administration and
Kansas' governor started Tuesday pointing fingers at each
other over the response to last week's devastating tornado.
By lunchtime, both sides had backed down. With
President Bush set to travel to now-razed Greensburg,
Kan., on Wednesday to view the destruction wrought by


Friday's 205 mph twister, Democratic Gov. Kathleen
Sebelius said she planned to talk with him about her con-
tention that National Guard deployments to Iraq ham-
pered the disaster response. "I don't think there is any
question if you are missing trucks, Humvees and helicop-
ters that the response is going to be slower," she said
Monday. "The real victims here will be the residents, of
Greensburg, because the recovery will be at a slower
pace."

Orlando, Fl. A necropsy will be conducted at
SeaWorld Orlando on a bearded Arctic seal that died
Tuesday morning after being rescued Monday from the
Tarpon River in Fort Lauderdale.
The cause of death may take weeks to determine
because it will take time to complete tests for bacteria and
other infectious agents, said Chris Dold, a veterinarian at
SeaWorld. But the seal was clearly suffering from malnu-
trition and dehydration, he said.


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There was a time when mothers had no choice but to stay at home to keep their young. They took
Scare of the kids, cooked, washed, cleaned, etc., while daddy worked and paid all of the bills. Today.
more and more mhoms are stay at home moms, but today it means something totally different. Stay at
home moms today are still working and making money while they take care of their young one(s).
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Times have changed to where both parents' income is necessary to own a home and to pay the bills.
Today there are more billoms are stay at home today we have more necessities, such as cable TV, cell phones
for both parents and even for the kids as young as five years of age. pet bills. I can go on and on.
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THAT WONDERFUL MOTHER
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The moon never beams without bringing
me dreams Of that wonderful
mother of mine.
The birds never sing but a message
they bring Of that wonderful
l mother of mine.
Just to bring back the time,
that was so sweet to me,
Just to bring back the days,
when I sat on her knee.
I pray ev'ry night to our Father above,
For that wonderful mother of mine.
I ask Him to keep her as long as He can
That -- wonderful mother of mine.
There are treasures on earth, that made
life seem worthwhile,
But there's none can compare
to my mother's smile.
You are a wonderful mother,
dear old Mother of mine.
You'll hold a spot down deep in my heart,
'Till the stars no longer shine.
Your soul shall live on forever,
....-- "On through the fields of time.
'For there'll never be another to me,
Like that wonderful Mother of mine.
a -- Clyde Hager


MOTHERHOOD
The bravest battle that ever was But oh! those battles, they last so long


Fought! Shall I tell you where and
when? On the maps of the world
you will find it not; 'Twas fought
by the mothers of men.
Nay not with the cannon of battle-shot,
With a sword or noble pen; Nay, not
with eloquent words or thought
From mouth of wonderful men!
But deep in a walled-up woman's heart
-- Ofa woman that would not yield,
But bravely, silently bore her part --
Lo, there is the battlefield!
No marshalling troops, no bivouac
song, No banner to gleam and wave;


-- From babyhood to the grave.
Yet, faithful still as a bridge of stars,.
She fights in her walled-up town --
Fights on and on in her endless wars,
Then silent, unseen, goes down.
Oh, ye with banners and battle-shot,
And soldiers to shout and paise!
I tell you the kingliest victories fought
Were fought in those silent ways.
O spotless woman in a world of shame,
With splendid and silent scorn,
Go back to God as you came --
The Kingliest warrior born!
-- Joaquin Miller (1839-1913)


A MOTHER
A mother is the truest fiend we have,
when trials, heavy and sudden,
fall upon us; when adversity takes the
place ofprosperity; when friends
who rejoice with us in our sunshine,
desert us when troubles thicken
around us, still will she cling to us,
and endeavor by her kind precepts
and counsels to dissipate the clouds of
darkness, and cause peace to
return to our hearts.
-- Washington Irving (1783-1859)

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All About Travel
Discounts For
Students
By Anne Marie Razza,
Orbitz Airfare Expert
There are many ways for
students to snag a bargain
airfare using the Internet.
But you have to consider
what type of fare you pur-
chase, who is selling the
ticket, as well as when and
where you travel.
Here's some advice --
and some caveats -- for find-
ing budget-friendly fares for
students:
Types of Fares
Orbitz, for example, has
partnered with Student
Universe, an online travel
site for college students and
faculty. Students or teachers
register with an ".edu" e-
mail address, which must be
verified before "qualifying"
to receive travel discounts.
Choices of airline or depar-
ture time may be limited, but
the savings can be worth it.
You can make a reservation
only for yourself through
Student Universe.
If you're traveling with a
companion, you might want


to check online travel agen-
cies for companion fares --
specials for parties of two or
more traveling together. To
get these fares, you and your
companion must always be
on the same flight. If one
person changes flight plans,
that could mean higher fares
for each traveler -- even the
passenger who adheres to
the original itinerary.
Web-only fares are
another category of bargain
fares available only through
the Internet. For even deeper
discounts, look for Weekend
Web Fares. Airlines trying to
unload inventory release
these fares early Wednesday
morning for travel beginning
Thursday, Friday or
Saturday and returning
Sunday, Monday or
Tuesday. It's perfect for a
last-minute trip. Orbitz' Flex
Search also provides an
easy, quick way to ,find the
cheapest weekend to fly in a
month.
Alternative Sellers
Some sites, like Hotwire,
also allow you to bid on
fares. However, you don't
find out the airline or flight
times until you make the
purchase.


Some students also
swear by consolidators, who
re-sell tickets they have
bought in bulk from the air-
line.
Other adventurous types
choose to fly internationally
as a courier for a shipping
company. In exchange for a
cheap seat on a courier
flight, you typically forfeit
your checked baggage
allowance (the freight fills
your checked-baggage allot-
ment) and may be required
to hand off courier docu-
ments.
Things To Remember
About Student Travel
Discounts'
1) Rules, rules... Online
ticket availability is often
limited and carries many
restrictions.
2) No refunds, please.
For tickets purchased online,
no cash refunds are general-
ly given. Many airlines will
grant you a credit, in which
you can maintain the credit-
ed rate and apply that to your
next ticket purchase with
their company.
3) Mistakes are not good.
If you accidentally type in
the wrong date, or constant-
ly have changing plans, be


aware there may not be any
online costumer service
agents to help you sort out
the mess you created while
buying your ticket.
4) Be flexible. Getting
the cheapest possible fare
depend on your trip's timing,
how far ahead you plan how
long you stay at your desti-
nation, and how flexible you
can be on days and hours of
your travel. The fewer limi-
tations you have, the better
your chance at finding the
cheaper fares.
5) Get benchmarks for
pricing. Start by searching
the major airline sites and
using their price quotes as
benchmark prices.* From
there, compare those prices
with the major online travel
companies, such as
Travelocity, Expedia, and
Priceline.
6) Last minute? Some
airlines list discounted trips
each Wednesday for that fol-
lowing weekend. Airlines
will also run frequent spe-
cials on their websites, so do
not totally disregard these
sites.
7) Name your price.
Priceline.com lets the con-
sumer bid for a flight and


oftentimes can come out
with an astonishingly low
fare. Be aware that trips
must be roundtrip, only
coach class, and you must
give your credit card number
when making your bid.
There is no refund possible.
8) Not exactly roundtrip?
Online booking- also has
benefits for you. "Open jaw"
excursion tickets let you
leave from a different desti-
nation than the one you flew
into. Those tickets typically
cost half the price of a regu-
lar round trip ticket to each
destination.
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Stay at home moms
get a chance to, see their
young ones and to be in
their lives more often
than dropping them off
at daycare for eight plus
hours a day, five days a
week. They can interact
with their kids by taking
them to the library for
story time, a walk to the
park or watching an
older brother or sister
play sports.
Moms today have
college credit hours,
some have their BA,
MA or PhD. They are


bright enough to have
their children home for
home school if needed.
Statistics show that
there is an increase in
home school. Statistics
also show home school
children's grades are
higher than public and
private school children.
Mothers today are
still holding the title of
being strong and highly
respected!
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"All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to ny( angel Mother. -- Abraham
Lincoln (1809-1865)

"God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers." -- Jewish
proverb

"Of all the rights of women, the greatest is to be a mother." Lin I'itang


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"The heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will always find forgiveness." --
Honore' de Balzac (1799-1850)


":lIy mother was the most beautiful woman I ever sain All I am I owe to my mother. I
attribute all my success in life to the moral, intellectual and physical education I
received from her." -- George I l'ashington (1732-1799)


"By and large, mothers and housewives are the only workers who
do not have regular time off They are the great vacationless
class." -- Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1907-)


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"onluth faides; love droops, the leaves offriendshilp fall; .- mother's secret hope
outlives them all." Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-
1894).

"I remember my mother's prayers and there have T
always followed me. They have clung to me all my- i;
life." -- Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)


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by Yvonne Brooks

The 1 st Annual Miss Team Up and 2nd Annual
Get Real Book Club Cotillion was held on
Saturday, April 28, 2007 at Eugene Butler Middle
School, Sylvia Johnson, Principal.
Both programs are after school enrichment
programs for female students at Eugene Butler
Middle School.
The girls were dressed in beautiful white
gowns and their escorts were in black tails.
The commentator for this event was Lillie Hall
Vareen. Miss Thea Little was crowned "Miss
Team UP for 2007", Ebony Hampton 1st Runner
up and Keanna Reed 2nd Runner up. Thea's par-
ents are Vonya Little and Theodore Riley.
Diann Hayes is the Project Manager,
Jacquelyn Schell is the Pageant/Cotillion Director
and Gail Henry is Director of Get Real Book
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Why did the silly kid stand on
his head?
His feet were tired!
Why did the burglar take a
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What kind of hair do oceans
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Seals!

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a half moon?
The full moon because it's
lighter!

What do you mean by telling
everyone that I'm an idiot?
I'm sorry, I didn't know it was
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CHICAGO (May 8, 2007) Nothing in this world is
quite as comforting as your mother's home cooking. She
puts her soul, along with a lot of love, into her dishes to
show the entire family just how much she cares. This
Mother's Day, return the favor and show mom how much
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Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 7 minutes
1/2 cup Lawry's Steak & Chop Marinade With
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1/4 cup orange juice
4 boneless pork chops (about 1-1/4 lbs.)
1 Tbsp. Bertolli Classico T Olive Oil
2 green onions, chopped
2 Tbsp. firmly packed brown sugar
1/4 tsp. grated orange peel (optional)

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Remove chop's from marinade, discarding marinade.
Grill or broil until done.
Meanwhile, in 1-quart saucepan, heat Olive Oil over
medium heat and cook green onions, stirring occasional-
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and orange peel. Bring to a boil over high heat. Cook, stir-
ring occasionally, 1 minute or until sauce is thickened.


Serve sauce over chops and garnish, if desired, with addi-
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Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes
4 slices bacon
1 small onion, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
2 Tbsp. all-purpose flour
1 to 2 tsp. Lawry's Seasoned Salt
/4 tsp. freshly ground black pepper or to taste
2 cups milk
2 packages (10 oz. ea.) frozen chopped spinach,
thawed and squeezed dry
In 12-inch skillet, cook bacon. Remove bacon and set
aside; reserve dripping.
In reserved drippings, cook onion and garlic in
reserved drippings over medium- high heat, stirring occa-
sionally, 3 minutes or until tender. Stir in flour, Lawry's
Seasoned Salt and pepper. Slowly add milk, stirring con-
stantly.
Bring to a boil and cook, stirring constantly, until
thickened. Add spinach and bacon; heat through.
TrueBlue
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2 cups ginger ale
1 cup orange juice
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 cup fresh or frozen
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But Minimal Rain Expected

Hurricane season may be three weeks away but
apparently Mother Nature didn't get the memo. The
weather system that has brought the blustery winds this
past week now has a name: Subtropical Storm Andrea -
the first named storm of this season.
It was located about 130 miles Southeast of Savannah
on Thursday morning and was drifting slowly Westward.
A tropical storm watch was issued from Flagler Beach in
North Florida through southern Georgia.
"We're not looking at this system strengthening sig-
nificantly," said Richard Pasch, a senior hurricane spe-
cialist at the center. "We're not viewing this as a major
threat."
Andrea is presenting a worst-case scenario for fire-
fighters battling 218 blazes across 50,000 acres of the
state and for residents of smoke-covered South
Florida.
Unfortunately, forecasters say no significant rain
from the storm was expected to fall over land through
possibly as late as this weekend. But wind-driven waves
have been causing beach erosion in South Carolina,
Georgia and Florida and the ocean has lapped at beach-
front homes and condominiums.
Private and university forecasters have predicted that
the 2007 season that starts June 1 and ends Nov. 30 will
be especially active, producing up to 17 tropical storms
and hurricanes and a "well above average" possibility of
at least one striking the U.S. The federal government
plans to release its latest predictions on May 22
"Continue to pray for rain," said Gov. Charlie Crist,
who was spending Wednesday touring affected areas in
Northeast Florida.
Something of a meteorological hybrid, subtropical
storms like the more familiar tropical storms have
damaging winds of at least 39 mph, but they lack an
intense inner core and the classic circular shape of tropi-
cal storms or hurricanes.
Instead, these systems usually are stretched into a
more elongated form, like winter storms, and the
strongest winds can be far from the center.
Andrea's projected track will keep its center and
most of its squalls well offshore for at least a day,
Knabb said.


Local News Briefs

Gainesville, Fl. Despite exchanging sharp words
with one another, Gainesville city commissioners signed
off on a plan to split revenues from a 5-cent hike in
Alachua County's gas tax Monday, clearing a major hur-
dle to the County Commission's adoption of the increase.
The City Commission voted 5-2 in support of a split that
would give the city 38.4 percent of the revenue generat-
ed by the tax.

Washington, DC This Mother's Day, consumers
plan to spend $15.73 billion as they shower the women
in their lives with jewelry, flowers, clothing, and even
trips to the spa. According to the National Retail
Federation's 2007 Mother's Day Consumer Intentions
and Actions survey, conducted by BIGresearch, con-
sumers are expected to spend an average of $139.14 on
the holiday compared to last year's $122.16.


Gov Crist Signs

Hurricane Tax

Prep Holiday
With a backdrop of projections for increased hurricane
activity this hurricane season, Governor Charlie Crist has
signed into law House Bill 211 establishing a sales tax holi-
day from June 1 through June 12, 2007, for hurricane pre-
paredness items. This is the third year for the tax holiday.
"I urge all Floridians to take advantage of the Hurricane
Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday so that every person is pre-
pared for the possibility of a storm," said Governor Crist.
"We have learned from experience that prepared residents
and communities are key to surviving and recovering from
hurricanes or other natural disasters."
Legislative sponsors Senator Carey Baker and
Representative Peter Nehr and Department of Emergency
Management Director Craig Fugate joined the Governor for
the bill signing. Governor Crist thanked the Legislature and
urged all Floridians to prepare for the 2007 Hurricane
Season by taking advantage of the third annual sales tax hol-
iday. The holiday is expected to save Floridians almost $25
million in sales taxes.
"As public awareness of this tax holiday continues to
grow, we are encouraging Florida retailers to prepare for
even greater demand than last year," said Governor Crist.
"While we hope for a quiet hurricane season, the tax holiday
will help give Floridians the opportunity to be prepared for
any possibility."
Florida Retail Federation officials and major retailers are
helping inform Floridians about the tax holiday in order to

"I urge all Floridians to take
advantage of the Hurricane
Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday so
that every person is prepared for the
possibility of a storm."
Charlie Crist Governor

promote a culture of preparedness. Representatives from
Lowe's, Home Depot, Publix and Winn Dixie attended the
bill signing.
"Recent history shows us that hurricanes can impact
every Floridian," said Director Craig Fugate of the Florida
Division of Emergency Management. "I challenge all resi-
dents to get a plan and prepare now."
Information released within the past six weeks indicates
that the 2007 Atlantic hurricane season will be much more
active than the average 1950-2000 season. The estimates


Vote Tuesday

May 15, 2007

City Council At-Large-Group 2
Robert Harms Democrat
Karl Jabour Republican
City. Council District 4
George Banks Republican
Don Redman Republican


Hurricane Katrina approaching landfall in New Orleans
are that 2007 will have about 9 hurricanes (average is 5.9),
17 named storms (average is 9.6), 85 named storm days
(average is 49.1), 40 hurricane days (average is 24.5), 5
intense hurricanes of category 3 or higher (average is 2.3)
and 11 intense hurricane days (average is 5.0). The proba-
bility of U.S. major hurricane landfall is estimated to be
about 140,percent of the long-period average.
Typical of items which will be exempt from sales tax
during the sales tax holiday will include:

- Flashlights and other portable, self-powered light sources
valued at $20 or less
- Portable radios, two-way radios and weather-band radios
$75 or less
- Tarps $50 or less
- Gas or diesel fuel containers $25 or less
- Batteries $30 or less (AAA, AA, C and D cell, and 6
and 9 volt batteries)
- Non-electrical food storage coolers $30 or less
- Portable generators $1,000 or less
- Carbon monoxide detectors $75 or less
- Storm shutter devices $200 or less

Governor Crist encouraged all Floridians to update their
disaster plans and to use the tax holiday during the first 12
days of June as an opportunity to restock their disaster sup-
ply kits. Chris Floyd of the American Red Cross attended the
bill signing and displayed examples of tax exempt items.


City Council District 6
Sean Reichard Republican
John D. Webb Republican
City Council, District 7
Carolyn Anderson Democrat
Johnny A. Gaffney Democrat
City Council District 9
Red Engness Republican
Warren A. Jones Democrat
City Council District 11
Jack Daniels Republican
Ray Holt Republican


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(BlackNews.com) This story
spans a 30 year period in author,
Toni Whitley's life, living with the
complications and shame of the
chronic illness, Crohn's Disease.
She will convey to you the chal-
lenges of fulfilling her dreams
while at the same time hiding the
true facts of her illness to family
and friends.
The story begins in 1975,
when at the age of 20, Whitley
leaves home in Saginaw, MI to
venture out to New York with a
dream of becoming a model.
However shortly after her move,
she is diagnosed with this incur-
able disease. Determined not to


let this disorder defer her dreams, she sets out to reach her goals through self-
education, many job changes and pure faith.
Throughout Toni's journey, not only is she plagued with the daily chal-
lenges of this disorder but due to the lengthy times spent out on sick leave,
holding on to employment becomes a struggle. However through determina-
tion, she is able to overcome the challenges and become a successful sales
person for one of the largest mutual find companies in the U.S.
As a Crohn's sufferer Toni's challenge today is to bring awareness to the
public of this disease. Because this disease is not considered as chronic under
the social security disabilility and insurance companies' guidelines, many
severe sufferers, such as herself, have to encounter many economic hardships
while dealing with the physical and emotional aspects of this illness.

About the Author
Toni Whitley, a single mom, currently lives in Auburn Hills, MI. Having
spent her adult years in Newark, NJ; Dallas, TX; and Akron, OH, she has
obtained various licenses and certifications over the years. As afidly licensed
stockbroker, she has worked in the financial investments industry for over 20
years. Since relocating to MI in 1998, she has been actively involved as a
member of the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce Program Committee;
member of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; member of nforum (for-
merly Women's Economic Club) Volunteer Committee and a member of The
Boys & Girls Club of SE Michigan Advisory Committee.

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Can't Afford to Marry You A Guide to
Understanding the True Cost of Love, a
self-published phenomenon that has been
on the bestsellers list is now well on its
way to selling millions of copies.
"The Money Lady" is a redoubtable
case in point. Her expertise with money
management and financial matters are
newsworthy enough to have generated
coverage in major newspapers, rtdio sta-
tions and prime-time television.
Regardless of its slant, the massive press
coverage inevitably references her book, I
Can't Afford to Marry You, as a powerful
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She has strategically used her book as a
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Quilting Prayer: The greatest gift you
can receive is to have been born
by Ester Davis


The gift of existence is the greatest of all. -
There are two stories that have armed me with motivation
and determination all of my life. One lived by my mother and -
another by my dad. My mother had this loving story that she told '.
even after thirty-four years as a Sunday School teacher. The doc- '
tors told her that she would not be able to have children. (My J 4 '.
parents were married nine years before I was borne). Since the
doctor said so and the mid-wife did not know, her only course of action was prayer. She desperate-
ly wanted children.
So, during a quilting session, the plan was revealed. Women with children prayed for her to
conceive, for "God to open her womb." This prayer mission continued each week during the "quilt-
ing season." She did conceive and I was borne. Ironically, many years after my mother changed
addresses, I met a woman I did not know, who told me she had prayed for my mother to have chil-
dren.
To exist outweighs any other attempts at the greatest anything. Under what conditions were you
conceived? Where were you borne? Why were you borne? You could have been aborted or miscar-
ried? So many were not born? The sheer wonders of birth from the mid-wife to the miracle of a pre-
mature infant born two-pound, four ounces, to Siamese twins separated in record breaking surger-
ies, to triplets and sextuplets surviving, all unceremoniously announces to the world that we all have
a reason for existing individually and collectively.
Sometimes knowing how you came to be propels your wisdom, warmth and insight. But that
would be the common sense of existence and common sense is overrated. What is profound is a
desire for a perfect existence which is all measured externally for self centered purposes. Irresistible
attractiveness, loved by all, twenty cars, eight homes and million dollars parties. All of this happi-
ness while being haunted constantly with the illusion of how much better I would be if only I had
something, something else. But to simply only exist is seemingly not attractive or worthy of value.
When in reality to merely exist is a collective effort, much like my Mother's quilting sessions only
with a purpose.
Our existence on the planet earth needs a new course of action. The course we are on is threat-
ening. Sure, the hurricane season ended and we all took a deep breath as a sign of relief. Weeks after
the hurricanes departed, we are confronted with the roaring wildfires in Texas and Oklahoma and
the rising water in California. The wildfires have the same devastating effects as the hurricanes.
When the wildfires end, the acres and acres it conquered will be useless for consumption by the
ranchers. You know, a quilting session might be the answer. A quilt, despite its collection of pieces,
colors, many hands and textures, has a common thread. When completed, the quilt has one single
purpose and is a beautiful conversation piece for years.
Since the earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof, make a significant contribution some-
where along the way for your existence using prayer as the common thread. With "quilting prayer"
we can bring all of this devastation to an end.
No, I did not forget the second story. So little space. Remind me later.
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


Guardianship Programs Help Black
Grandparents
Perpetuate
By Tonyaa Weathersbee, BAW
(with permission)
It's the kind of family-
values solution that, at least, begins with the family
rather than sanctimony.
Thirty-eight states, apparently beset with skyrocket-
ing costs of foster care, are increasingly using subsidized
guardianship programs that move children out of foster homes into homes with grand-
parents or other relatives. According to The New York Times, states are increasingly
embracing such programs because they are cheaper, and child welfare advocates like
them because they are more permanent.
They sound good to me, too, but for reasons that aren't about stats on paper, but
about flesh and reality.
Right now, more than half a million children are languishing in foster care. About
40 percent of those children are black. Many landed there because their parents were
either locked up, or were too addled with crack addictions or AIDS to care for them.
But I believe that if done right, subsidized guardianship programs have the poten-
tial to begin restoring the bonds that are too often lacerated in black families by the
scourges of AIDS, drugs and mass incarceration. They can do that by not allowing
children to become randomized and shuffled about during a time in their lives in
which stability ranks right up there with the housing and sustenance they need to get
a sense of themselves and a decent start in life.
That's sort of tough to do if you're a kid and you're constantly beset by fears of
where you're going to be living next month. Such fears especially hamper black fos-
ter children when it comes to their performing well in school, or in participating in
neighborhood programs, or in immersing themselves in any number of activities that
require them to stay put for a while.
But advocates of subsidized guardianship programs say that when relatives such
as grandparents become legal guardians, such problems are lessened, if they don't dis-
appear altogether. The money they receive helps to offset costs that poor relatives -
especially grandparents who may be struggling with the costs of things such as pre-
scription drugs, fuel and the like will certainly face when they take in children.
I don't have a problem with that. But already, some critics are griping. Some are
worried that such programs will create another form of welfare, while others worry
that some children will wind up with dysfunctional grandparents who did such a hor-
rible job of rearing their own children that they shouldn't be trusted with grandchil-
dren.
The latter is a legitimate concern and I would hope that social workers and child
advocates would consider that. But the former concern, to me, is hooey. First of all,
the subsidized guardianship programs are already turning out to be cheaper than fos-
ter care which means that it's costing taxpayers less already.
Secondly, it seems to me that those critics ought to be more worried about the costs
that taxpayers will have to shoulder if a new system isn't developed to move more
children out of foster care rather than whether Big Mama is getting a check for her
grandkids. That's because these days, children who have languished in foster care
until age 18 are increasingly making up a huge percentage of homeless adults. Once
they age out, many have no sense of family, or no sense of what they want to do. But
I don't know many 18-year-olds who are able to get a full-time job, pay for an apart-
ment, or do much of anything that requires all the skills of self-sufficiency once they
hit that magic age.
Think about that and all the pathology that implies. Then think about those costs
to the public.
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who are being subsidized don't see the checks as the cost of doing business but as the
cost of survival during a time when high gas prices, prescription drug prices and a host
of other things have made survival a challenge. They also probably see it as a way of
keeping their families together in spite of all the conditions that have separated them.
The instability of foster care being one of ilIm


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SUPPORT OUR TROOPS: HIRE A VETERAN
Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao wrote: When an American soldier's tour of duty ends, it
is America's duty to help them successfully move back into civilian life. A major part of that
transition usually is the resumption, or beginning, of a civilian career. Over 130,000 serv-
ice members, including active duty. soldiers and members of the National Guard and
Reserve, are from Florida. These patriots have a lot to offer in the civilian workforce.
Jacksonville, Florida May 10th and 16th
MilitaryStars Southeast Regional Career Expo
On May 10th and 16th, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Wyndham Jacksonville
Riverwalk Hotel, located at 1515 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL. There will be
job fairs in Jacksonville aimed at transitioning military personnel, members of the
National Guard and reserves, and military spouses. For more information contact
Ben Vanderneck at 1-800-775-1415 x185.
THE 18TH ANNUAL LAW ENFORCEMENT & FIRE/RESCUE
"Thanksgiving Day In May Celebration." Theme: (LUAU) Law Enforcement &
Fire/Rescue Understanding And Uniting the Community. May 18th from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Catherine McNair Park, located at 561 W 25th St. Bikers $10, Riders
$5. Free rides for Seniors. Thanks to Bridge The Gap, Inc. and Councilwoman Pat
Lockett-Felder, City Council District 7.
JACKSONVILLE BRANCH NAACP HOLDS ANNUAL RUTLEDGE H.
PEARSON HONOR GUARD LUNCHEON Saturday, May 26th at 12 p.m. at
the Wyndham Hotel, 1515 Prudential Dr. Speaker will be Mrs. Adora Obi Nweze,
President of Florida State Conference, NAACP Branches. Donation is $40 per per-
son and tickets can be purchased by calling the office at (904) 764-7578. For more
information call E.G. Atkins at 768-8697.
THE NORTHEAST FLORIDA COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY, INC.
(NFCAA) and JEA have partnered to provide energy and water saving tips to
clients seeking assistance with their utility bills, through a program called "Savings
Without Sacrifice," a training program created by JEA in conjunction with NFCCA
to educate customers and-help them to reduce energy and water consumption.
ACTOR TOMMY FORD TO HOST CLARA WHIT EMISSION 13TH
ANNUAL MIRACLE LUNCHEON "Miracle On Ashley Street" "Celebrity
Chefs and Servers" fundraiser, Friday, May 18th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This aus-
picious occasion will highlight the 4th Anniversary of the Culinary Arts Training
Program and the opening of Clara's at the Cathedral Cafe. Tickets are $20. For
more information call 354-4162 or visit www.clarawhitemission.org
GAMMA RHO OMEGA CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORI-
TY, INC. is celebrating 65 years of "Extraordinary Service with Purpose" on
Saturday, June 16th at the Hyatt Riverfront Hotel, downtown Jacksonville from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are $40 until June 6th. For tickets, please contact Naomi
Briggs at 751-1921 or Kathy Dilbert 732-7349.
DRAMA WORKSHOP 101 (356-2992)- This workshop is to be held at the
Karpeles Manuscript Museum, Saturday, May 12 at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will be open
for those ages 15. and above. The format of this workshop will be to familiarize
those with acting abilities and desires tol recognize basic rules and conditions of the-
atre, such as; blocking, breath control, voice projection, and stage presence.
Facilitators will be; Gene Hollomon, Roxanne Hilbert, Bridgette Hogan and
Salmone. Call Gene at 955-3758.
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Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events scheduled
in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
RISLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '59 is having a WESTERN
CARIBBEAN CRUISE. Sailing August 27, 2007, for 5 days. Only 7 spaces left.
Please call now to reserve your space. Ask for Evelyn Gosha at (912) 265-2620.
CLASS OF 1967 NB FORREST HIGH SCHOOL is having their 40th Reunion,
July 20-21, 2007 Crowne. Plaza Downtown/Riverplace Tower. Contact: Reunion
Classics:, (904) 269-5471 for registration info.
TEN STAR ALL STAR SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP located at 2207
East Seventh St., Charlotte, NC by invitation only. Boys and girls ages 10 19 are
eligible to apply. Players from 50 states and 17 foreign countries attended the 2006
camp. College basketball scholarships are possible for 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 arthritis 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 every-
one, 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,
SSuite 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.
SMust be postmarked or sent via the internet at www.poetry.com by June 30th.
SSUMMER CAREER ACADEMICS Duval County Public Schools and Florida
Community College at Jacksonville have partnered to help prepare Jacksonville
high school students for life after high school by offering "Summer Career
Academics;" a month-long exploration of career and education opportunities.
Weekdays, June 4th to 29th to explore seven career fields at seven FCCJ campuses
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 sum-
mit 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 pleasures.
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 invita-
tion 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 any-
time.
DUVAL COUNTY ELECTION OFFICE BEGINS MAILING SAMPLE BAL-
LOTS Supervisor of Elections, Jerry Holland began mailing sample ballots to reg-
istered voters today for the May 15th election. Sample ballots are personalized for
over a half-million Duval County voters. The mailer includes each individual
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, iden-
tification requirements, how to mark your ballot, voter bill of rights, voter respon-
sibilities, 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, locat-
ed 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 i
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.
CHILDREN'S FANTASY WORLD (VPK) PRE-SCHOOL would like to
announce their prom, "An Enchanting Evening at Children's Fantasy World," to be
held May 12th at 8 p.m at the Senior Center on Line St., Jacksonville, FL. Our VPK
graduation will be May 20th at 4 p.m. at the New Good Shepherd Baptist Church,
located at 2816 Edison Ave., Dr. A. Garvin, Pastor. Winston and Barbara A. Ware,
Directors. The public is invited.
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TPC and Tiger
Tiger rarely needs luck when he plays golf.
If he gets lucky it is simply icing on the cake. If he
has a touch of bad luck, he sucks it up, plays unbeliev-
able golf for a few holes and and the tournament moves
on.
But last Sunday at Quail Hollow in Charlotte even
Tiger had to be aware of the ebbs and flows of that
intangible called luck.
Tiger had a problem not crediting luck when his tee
shot on the long par-5 seventh somehow stopped short
of the water. "Ah, it's in the water," caddie Steve
Williams said while standing 200 yards down the fair-
way as he watched Woods' tee shot sail to the right,
over the bunkers. It took a hard hop, but somehow
stayed in the rough 18" short of the water. Even Tiger
don't play them that close.
That touch of luck swapped a odds-on bogey into an
long-shot eagle to give him his first lead of the last day
in the Wachovia Championship.
As if tempting fate Tiger stumbled on the par-3, 13th
hole, where he missed the green and three-putted fora
double bogey to blow a three-shot lead on the back
nine. "I figured I just let so many guys back in the tour-
nament, gave them a shot of momentum," he said.
But he birdied 15 which gave him the lead with
three holes to go. If you know Tiger, you know that's
all he needs.
The PGA claim is that The Players Championship
has the best field in golf so far this year. The proof lies
in the fact that 80 of the top 100 players in the World
Golf Rankings are here in Jacksonville for the PGA
Tour's marquee event.
Can anyone beat Tiger? Of course they can, just ask
Zach Johnson. Will someone beat Tiger? Well, the guys
who pay the rent figuring those things out put Tiger at
3-1 to win. Vijay Singh on the other hand is 20-1 and
the man knows this course like I know when my col-
umn is out of space!


Sports Briefs Suns Matt Riley

Jacksonville,FI-The Named Pitcher
Jacksonville Jaguars
waived former Arkansas of the Week
cornerback Ahmad
Carroll on Monday, two Jacksonville Suns right-
days .after he was arrested handed relief pitcher Matt
on weapon and drug Riley was honored with the
charges. Carroll was Southern League's Pitcher
questioned by Atlanta of the Week Award for April
police early Saturday 30-May 6, 2007.
after he was identified as Riley continued his
someone involved during inspiring return from injury,
a disturbance at a restau- p g ile
posting a 1.69, ERA while
rant. striking out 12 batters in
Police said Carroll just 5 1/3 inningsand con-
admitted he was carrying averting his first two save
a 9mm pistol. Police opportunities of the season.
searched his car and In his first outing of the
found 11 pink tablets week against Montgomery,
believed to.be ecstasy. He Riley inherited a bases-
was charged with carry- loaded situation with no
ing a weapon without a outs in the sixth inning and
license, possession of promptly struck out the
drugs and possession of a side, enabling the Suns to
firearm during the com- maintain a three-run lead
mission of a felony.


High School Athletes Will

be Subjected to Steroid

Tests Next School Year


High school athletes will
take on some of the charac-
teristics of Professionals but
it won't be pay checks. High
School athletes participat-
ing in football, baseball and
weight lifting will be sub-
ject to random testing for
anabolic steroids, under a
one-year pilot program
approved last week by the
state Legislature.
The Florida High School
Athletics Association would
oversee the testing.
All its member schools,
public and private, would be
subject to the law, which
becomess effect e on July 1
after it is signed by Gov.


Charlie Crist.
The tests would be given
randomly to 1 percent of
high school athletes who
compete in football, base-
ball and weight lifting dur-
ing the 2007-08 school
year.
State Rep. Marcelo
Llorente, a Miami
Republican who pushed the
bill for the past three years,
said the intent is to curb the
use of steroids, do away
with unfair competition in
sports and draw attention to
the long-term health risks of
using steroids.
"If we can create an
effective deterrent that will


SPO


By Ronald Bell Florida Star
The name "Bonds" is synonymous
with baseball greatness. Following in
the footsteps of his late father, Bobby
and godfather, Willie Mays, Barry
Bonds, has become a living legend.
As a power hitter for the San
Francisco Giants he has over 744
career home runs and short of a sea-
son ending injury will break Hank
Aaron's all-time record of 755 some-
time in the next 3 weeks.
A dominant force in the game over
the past 20 years, Bonds has crafted
one of the finest careers the game has
ever seen, a collection of feats that has
permanently etched his name into
baseball history.
His longevity as a superstar and all-
around greatness that will without
question carry him into the Hall of
Fame.
The question is not whether Barry
Bonds will break Hank Aarons record,
that is a given. How it will be received
is really the question.
According to a recent ESPN/ABC
poll, more than half of baseball fans are
rooting against Barry Bonds as he clos-
es in on Aaron's major league home run
record.
The survey found that 52 percent of
fans hope Bonds doesn't break the
record, while 37 percent of fans want
him to surpass Aaron's mark, set over
32 years ago.


and collect an 8-4 win.
Three nights later, Riley
recorded five K's in two per-
fect innings at Carolina to
notch his first save since
2000. Winning pitcher
Wesley Wright and Riley
combined to strike out 10
consecutive Mudcats in that
contest. On Sunday, the 27-
year-old Riley emerged rela-
tively unscathed from anoth-
er bases-loaded jam, allow-
ing a run to score on a wild
pitch before inducing an
inning-ending groundout.
He then preserved
Jacksonville's 4-3 victory
with a scoreless ninth
inning that included two
more strikeouts. A native of
Corona, CA who pitched in
just 25 1/3 innings due to
elbow problems the previ-
ous two seasons, Riley has
posted a 1.47 ERA and 29
strikeouts in 18 1/3 frames
this year.


steer them away from using
steroids, that's all the mat-
ters,"' said Llorente, adding
that the mere chance of get-
ting tested prevented fellow
athletes from using when he
played baseball for Tulane
University.
But coaches, athletes
and parents argue that
steroid use, though common
in professional sports, is
low among students, and
testing infringes on privacy
rights.
Four percent of Florida
high schoolers said they
have used steroids at least
once in their lifetime,
according to a 2005 survey
by the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention.
That's about the same as the
national rate.
Another successful bill
will shield te4t results from
public records.


In addition, 73 percent of fans
think Bonds used steroids,
despite Bonds' repeated denials.
Bonds has never tested positive
for steroids.
The racial breakdown of the
survey paints" a more complex
picture. Black fans in the survey
were more than twice as likely to
want Bonds to break Aaron's
record (74 percent to 28 percent),
and 37 percent of black fans think
Bonds used steroids, compared to
76 percent of white fans.
Blacks are nearly twice as
likely to think Bonds has been
treated unfairly (46 percent to 25
percent). Why? The survey found thi
41 percent of black fans think this i
due to the steroids issue, 25 percei
think it's because of his race,' and 2
percent blame Bonds' personality.
For whites who think Bonds ha
been treated unfairly, 66 percent blam
steroids. Virtually none blame race.
Younger white fans are 15 poin
more likely than older white fans t
recognize Bonds as the home ru
leader as well as putting him in the Ha
of Fame.
Steroids, personality and race aside
Barry Bonds. Barry Bonds is in h
22nd year in the majors. He is leading
his team in Batting (.338), HR (11)
RBIs (22) and runs (23).
There is no question that when th


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Barry Bonds watches one go out of the park!
day finally comes when Barry parks
at #755 it will different than we all antic-
is ipated back when we just imagined that
It it could happen.
1 All of the talk that is starting about
Bonds and whether he should or should
as not go into the hall of fame, is shear
ie stupidity.
Where are the questions about Mark
ts McGwire, and Sammy Sosa. Barry
:o Bonds has been 'quite simply, the best
n player in professional baseball since
ll 1990.
Does Barry have the kind of person-
e, ality that the sports scribes love to
is interact with? Probably not, but that's
ig not what the Giants are paying him for,
s, they want to win baseball games and a
pennant and a World Series. And that's
ie what the Giants fans want as well!


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* Barry Bonds chases Hank Aaron

Steroid tests in High School

Suns Riley Pitcher of the week

R.I, Bell on Tiger and TPC




Barry Bonds Chase of

Hank Aaron's 755 HRs

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i Yu From Actual Police Reports
ur eeklS Did You Hear About?


(Aries March 21st thru
April 19th) Spring out of
bed and into
action on
Monday
you're ready for
it, if the stars have their
say! On Tuesday and
Wednesday, it's more about
concentrated thought and
concerted effort. Take your
time (especially if numbers
are involved). Phone calls,
emails, text messages and
all manner of quick (and
maybe flirty!) contact are
favored at the end of the
workweek, so stay. con-
nected. Don't be surprised
if messages overlap in a
way that's clearly kismet.
This'weekend, tidy up your
place. While you're at it,
get your thoughts and feel-
ings in order, too.
(Taurus- April 20th thru
SMay 20th)
Taking the first
option you're
Presented with
on Monday may be easy,
but there's likely a way
that's better for everyone
involved. Find it, and look
like a star. On Tuesday and
Wednesday, be lavish with
the compliments: Find the
good that's all around you
and be generous with your
fine self. Life's as sweet as
you make it. Be aware of
lost time toward the end of
the workweek; you'll have
to apply yourself to what-
ever it is you want to get
done, workwise or person-
ally. This weekend's per-
fect for socializing, and if
you host, you're definitely
the one with the most!
(Gemini May 21st thru
June 21st) Get an expert
...... opinion on
Monday,
whether it's for
work or a per-
sonal dilemma. A trusted
source points you down the
right path. On Tuesday and
Wednesday, cut out the gos-
sip, and the drama will die
down with it; then you'll
have the stage set for pro-
ductive conversations that
build real bonds. With your
current brainpower, you'll
have lots to discuss -- and
your personal electricity
will amp up at the end of the
workweek. Some sparks of
the flirtatious variety will
even start to fly! This week-
end, fun may beckon, but
get organized, too -- you'll
want to reach out to some-
one far away.
(Cancer June 22nd thru
July 22nd) What you sus-
pect is afoot on
Monday may or
i may not be
what's really
happening. Find
out before you voice it. On
Tuesday and Wednesday,
people are loving you --
share your feelings and your
ideas, and have a plan in
your back pocket for any
and every situation. Give
somebody a pleasant sur-
prise! It's you that may be
surprised -- at yourself --
near the end of the work-
week. Acting out of charac-
ter frees your heart and
mind. And this weekend,
well, you're just plain hot.


Do what makes you feel
great -- you'll definitely
look great while you're at it.


(Leo July 23rd thru
August 22) Stretch your
....... mind on Monday,
and your heart
will expand
accordingly.
There's pleasure in new
knowledge, satisfaction in
new skills and joy in new
people. On Tuesday and
Wednesday, though, proceed,
with caution: You're under a
microscope now, and every-
thing you do reflects on you.
Act modest even if you
know you're the bomb.
Friends, coworkers and pret-
ty much the world as a
whole are back on your side
at the end of the workweek.
Share your latest, greatest
ideas and your hopes and
feelings, and listen to theirs,
too. This weekend, that little
voice is trying to tell you
something. Hear it roar!
(Virgo August 23rd thru
September 22nd) Whoa,
'..... there! Standing
up for yourself is
one thing, but on
Monday you're
liable to get a little aggres-
sive about it. Take as many
deep breaths as necessary,
and reassess. On Tuesday
and Wednesday, you're
meshing with others much
better -- take delight in those
you find especially compati-
ble, and they'll love you.
You're able to identify prob-
lems at a glance at the end
of the workweek, but shout-
ing them out may not make
you the most popular per-
son. This weekend, put
together a meeting of the
minds, a fun group outing or
a great date (or all three).
You've got the skills for
sure.
(Libra September 23rd
thru October 22nd) You
like things nice
and balanced,
but confronting
an issue or a per-
son head-on might be called
for on Monday. (You can
still use your signature
diplomacy, after all.) On
Tuesday and Wednesday,
life seems to be getting back
in harmony, and you're like-
ly to be whistling happily
while you work and while
you play. A certain duet
sounds sweet now, too. Feed
that mind of.yours toward
the end of the workweek,
whether it's with a new skill,
some art or whatever
inspires you. The weekend
looks busy; carve out time
in advance for some free-
form you time.
(Scorpio October 23rd
thru November 21st) Dial
down that innate
S intensity on
:, Monday. For
best results, take
a cautious, measured
approach to people and situ-
ations, and save the drama.
On Tuesday and
Wednesday, the kind of
courage you need isn't the
brave and bold sort -- it's the.
type that will allow you to
open up and be vulnerable,
to look for common ground
instead of separating your-
self. Embrace your world
now. If you do, something
that seems little could have
a big impact at the end of
the workweek. Just make
sure ydu don't judge a book


by its cover. This weekend,
a fresh perspective and a
deepening relationship
brA g you joy.


(Sagittarius November
22nd thru December
21st) You're extra active
and all sorts of
tifn on Monday,
if the stars have
tlhei say. Get this
week started right! On
Tuesday and Wednesday,
keep the good energy
going by helping someone
out -- a coworker, a neigh-
bor, a friend. Life looks a
little hectic at the end of
the workweek, but you'll
be able to sort out what's
important from what can
wait until later. Just
apprise friends, your boss
and so forth of your updat-
ed priorities. This week-
Send, you're questioning
everyone and everything.
Your inquiring mind wants
to know!
(Capricorn December
22nd thru January 19th)
Monday may
hold delays,
endings or sud-
den changes.
You'd prefer stability, but
even if this stuffs unset-
tling, there are opportuni-
ties here, too. On Tuesday
and Wednesday, cultivate
some warm and fuzzy feel-
ings -- and share them. You
can really heat up your
world now (especially the
region of romance!). Then
get to the heart of a certain
matter at the end of the
workweek. Beating around
the bush just stirs up unre-
lated fuss. This weekend,
projects around the house
are favored. How about
that spring cleaning?
(Aquarius-January 20th
thru February 18th) Your
own inimitable
.style's hot stuff
S on Monday --
how you look,
how you approach situa-
tions and people ... not to
mention general flair.
Work it! On Tuesday and'
Wednesday, watch for
coincidences, symbols and
signs. The universe works
in funny ways now, and
you're just the one to figure
them out (and to see the
humor in all of it). And
speaking of hot stuff, make
a move in the romantic
department at the end of
the workweek. You're siz-
zling, and a love discovery
awaits. This weekend,
home and nature are both
satisfying. How about din-
ing in followed by a starlit
walk?
(Pieces February 19th
and March 20th) In a haze
on Monday?
Could it be
love? If not, just
you wait --
Tuesday and Wednesday
turn up the heat on roman-
tic matters, and your way
with words (not to mention
the nonverbal stuff) is
remarkable. Let your imag-
ination wander now. It's
your prerogative to change
your mind, and you just
might be doing so with fre-
quency at the end of the
workweek. Perhaps notify-
ing someone of your latest
take on things is premature


-- the shift may be fleeting.
This weekend, you're on
firmer ground, and you're
both inspired and inspiring.


1161AMAM-1 Mma 9W -
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BATTERED...BUT TAKE ME
TO KFC An officer was dis-
patched to the 900 block of Dunn
Ave. in reference to a dispute. Upon
his arrival, he met with the victim
Ms. N. She advised that she got
into a verbal argument with the sus- .
pect Mr. D (her boyfriend). The
victim advised that the suspect took
all her belongings and grove off in
his semi-truck. The victim stated
she had two places to go for the
night. She could go home to Beach
Blvd., or to a family member's
home in Yules, FL. She thought the
suspect would be at her home on
Beach Blvd. The victim asked if
she could get a ride to the Nassau County line and be dropped off at the KFC
because her Aunt can't drive at night to come and get her. The officer received a
call to return to Nassau County and complete a battery report for the victim. He
informed them that a battery was not alleged to him and the victim only request-
ed a ride to KFC. The victim stated that she could not get in touch with her Aunt.
Sgt. W (in Nassau Cty) was with the victim. He advised that he attempted to call
numerous people for the victim, however, no one had ever heard of her. The offi-
cer asked her to go with him to a shelter for the evening. The officers had to fig-
ure out what county she would be able to uti-
lize.

"I WAS JUST TRYING TO GET HOME,"
WHILE (DUI) An officer observed a vehi-
cle driving eastbound in the 3900 block of
Trout River Blvd., on the side of the road. As
the vehicle passed him, it crossed over the
center lane into oncoming traffic. The officer
began to attempt to catch up to the vehicle in-:;.:;:I -
order to initiate a traffic stop. As he
approached the vehicle from behind, he
observed the vehicle leave the roadway to the
right. The vehicle drove approximately 3 feet off the roadway before re-entering
the lane. The officer initiated his emergency lights, in the 3300 block of Trout
River. The vehicle did not immediately stop or slow down. After about 20 sec-
onds the vehicle slowed to about 2 miles per hour, but continued to travel down
the road very slowly and refused to
stop for about 45 seconds. The offi-
Scer then put his vehicle in park and
.- TV "y ran on foot up to the moving vehi-
;"* 'J u
"';-. cle and ordered the driver to stop
l the vehicle, which she did, in the
.- 3300 block of Trout River. The sus-
pect was the only occupant of the
car. She stated, "I was just trying to
get home." The officer could imme-
Sdiately smell the odor of alcohol
coming from inside the vehicle. He
asked the driver to step out of the
vehicle. She was extremely
S, unsteady on her feet. He asked her
Sif she would perform field sobriety
exercises and she stated she would, but she repeated, "I was just trying to get
home." She fell every test. The officer found a cup with pink liquid in it. She said
it was "alcohol and ruby red." She said she had two beers at her friend's house,
but she couldn't remember where her friend lived. Later, her boyfriend came and
took possession of the vehicle via signature form. The suspect was transported
and booked into the PTDF.

HE PULLED A KNIFE ON HIS MOTHER An officer was dispatched to the
5300f block of Amazon Ave. in reference to a domestic dispute involving the sus-
pect armed with a knife. Upon his arrival, the suspect fled from the officer, going
towards Shenandoah Ave. The victim and the suspect do not live together, they
have a 2 year old son in common together. The victim was visiting the suspect's
mother at her residence, when the suspect arrived during the visit, the victim and
the suspect began arguing. The suspect wanted the keys to her vehicle and the
victim refused to give them
to him. The argument esca-
lated and the suspect used
his hand and.struck her on
the face. The suspect then
began arguing with his
mother, that's when he
grabbed a steak knife. The
victim declined to write a
statement, but was advised'
of the domestic violence
shelter. Another officer
arrived in the area to assist


in locating the suspect with
negative results. The sus-
pect NEEDS HIS A--
KICKED!

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Paige Hurd: Cutie Pie .. .

Teen With Serious Acting


Chops!
By Rych McCain,
feedbackrych@
sbcglobal.net
Photos 2007 by Andre' B.
Murray/ bernagency.pho-
toreflect. com
She is somewhat shy
and reserved at first
approach, but warms up
pretty fast if you have a
relevant dialogue. We're
talking about fourteen
year old actress Paige
Hurd. She has the cutie-
pie looks, multi-talent
and professional dispo-
sition that more than
proceed her young age.
Hurd is well in line to
follow the footsteps of
Madonna, Britney
Spears, Hilary Duff,
Mandy Moore, Brandy
and other female teens
who developed into
superstars. Her body of
work includes roles in
the hit films Cradle to
the Grave, opposite Jet
Li; Never Die Alone,
opposite DMX; The Cat
In The Hat, opposite
Mike Myers and Beauty
Shop, where she played
Queen Latifah's daugh-
ter Vanessa. Hurd's TV
credits include "ER,"
"Felicity," "The
Division" and others.
She currently has a
recurring role as Tasha
on "Everybody Hates
Chris."
Hurd is definitely
pleased to be working
on "Everybody Hates
Chris." She says, "Its
just fun. Everybody is
really down to earth and
really cool there." What
did she think of the
show when she first got
the script? Hurd smiles,
"I used to watch the
show so I always
thought it was really


funny so I was really
happy to finally be a part
of the cast. What does
this Dallas, Texas native
like most about being in
the business since she has
been in it most of her
life? Hurd quickly
responds, "Horestly,"the
food. I love the catered
food (on the set), and I
love all of the new people
you get to meet and
everything. It is always a
good experience to work
on different sets and
experience new people."
Acting is not Hurd's
only ambition. She has
her eye on the fashion
world as well and says, "I
was thinking of going to
New York and becoming
a fashion intern and
maybe working for
Vogue (magazine) or a
big designer when L grow
up if I don't continue to
pursue acting." Even
though she has the glam-
orous looks, she is not
interested in modeling
but would rather be in a
management 'position to
call the shots behind the
camera.
Hurd is a ninth grader
in a public high school
and loves it. What would
she say to youngsters her
age who wants to get into
the- business? Hurd's
expression becomes seri-
ous, "It's very fun. I
mean I wouldn't call it
the life where you could-
n't do anything but it is
still work. You have to
learn how to have fun
with it and also work at
the same time. But you
just have to work hard for
your dreams like I did
when I was younger. I
still have to keep work-
ing too."


Hurd began her acting
career at age four. She
recalls, "My mom put me
in this business because I
used to always perform
for my family and people
in general. So she said if
you are going to be enter-
taining people we might
as well get paid." She
was living in Texas at the
time and they relocated to
Los Angeles. The rest is
history. Off the set, Hurd
loves to play basketball
and hang out with her
family and friends.
Fellow teen actors Chris
and Kyle Massey have


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actually gotten her into
bowling as well. Hurd
will be shooting a new
movie this summer
titled My Friend, My
Hero, where she will be
playing the little sister to
New York Knicks bas-
ketball player Jamal
Crawford who has the
lead role. Of course
Hurd is a proud member
of Rych McCain's
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By Rych McCain/ feedback-
rych@sbcglobal.net
TV Commercial
Be on the lookout for 10yr old
Kylee Russell in her Kraft
Macaroni TV Commercial. She
recently starred in the Disney
smash TV Movie Jump-In as
Corbin Bleu's little sister. She is
a member of Rych McCain's
Personally Hand-Picked family
of Spiritually Chosen Child/Teen
Artists.
Music
The late, great, Otis Redding
will be posthumously inducted
into Hollywood's Rockwalk of
Fame this Friday. The Mamas &
The Popas and musician Al
Kooper will also be inducted.
Atlanta Rapper Roderick
Anthony Burton II, AKA
"DOLLA,". has signed with Jive
Records/Konvict Muzik. His new
single, "Feelin' Myself' will be
dropping soon. The former Sean
John model collaborated with
producer Julian Bunetta and
long time .friend, Akon. Jim
Jones and T-Pain also guest on
the album.
Commentar
Rapper 40 Glocc is releasing a
cut entitled "Niggaz4Life. He's
doing it out of a backlash to the
fallout from radio talk show host
Don Imus's comment that has
now cause the attention to be
placed on music that degrades
Black women in particular and
employs the flagrant use of the
"N" word. Glocc is angry about
Russell Simmons coming forth
to say the "N" "B" and "H"
words should be banned.
Simmons used to support the rap-
pers right to free speech. Like
many misled black youth Glocc
claims he and many others have
taken the "N" word and flipped it
- taking away its power and mak-
ing it their own. Glocc says, "I
heard that word all my life grow-
ing up, through my peers. I want
people to know what I got from it
and what the word means to me -


Never Ignorant Getting Goals
Accomplished where- is the
violence in that? There are
hundreds of thousands of peo-
ple in this country for whom
we will always be 'ni**ers';
families who are right now
raising their kids with that
very mentality....so why not
take the "N" word back and
use it?"
Glocc is obviously not
aware of the following facts.
All words carry vibrations.
These vibrations actually
change the spiritual and chem-
ical make up of every cell in
our bodies. There is power in
the tongue. When someone
says "I love You" or "I Hate
You," both statements causes a
chemical change in your body.
The "I Love You" statement
will make you feel good and
gitty while the "I Hate You"
statement will build resent-
ment and bring you down. The
laws of the spiritual, mental
and physical universes says
that good can only produce
good and bad can only pro-
duce bad. It is impossible for
good to produce bad and bad
to produce "good.\The entire
universe is balanced. Every
thing and phenomenon that
exists in the physical universe
has a reciprocal i.e., an oppo-
site side. Up is the opposite of
down, while in is the opposite
of out and so on. The "N"
word was negative and dirty
from the get-go. Its vibration
was, still is and always will be
negative, hateful and dirty.
You can't flip a reciprocal -
period! You can't make some-
thing good out of something
bad universal laws won't
allow it. The only thing Glocc
and many others like him have
done with the "N" word is
"mask" the pain from it by
psyching themselves up to
substitute a false sense of good
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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 04/30/07
1. American Idol, Wed. FOX
2. American Idol, Tues., FOX
3. House, FOX
4. Grey's Anatomy, ABC
5. CSI:Miami, CBS
6. CSI: NY, CBS
7. Without A Trace, CBS
8. Girlfriends, CW
9. Dancing with the Stars (Monday), ABC
10. The Game, CW

Source: Nielsen Media Research


Saturday
9 p.m. on
CBS ~4
CSI: Crime
S Scene Inves-
Stigation: If
you have a
weak stom-
ach, skip the
snacks during
this episode, which involves a
body in a trash bin, clues in
the stomach contents, and a
trail of evidence that leads
Grissom (William Petersen)-
and the gang into the world of
competitive eating. Nick and
Sara (George Eads, Jorja
Fox) investigate what looks to
be a fatal dog attack.


Wednesday
S9 p.m. on
CBS 4
Criminal I
Minds: He's
the profiler,
he's the sus-
pect, and he',
the victim's
boyfriend. In
this gut-wrenching season fi-
nale, Gideon's (Mandy
Patinkin) girlfriend becomes the
latest victim of serial killer Frank
(Keith Carradine). He takes this
case into his own hands and
goes on the hunt for Frank with-
out telling his colleagues ... who
must treat him as a suspect to
find him and the killer.


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Right" is retiring next month.
This new special showcases-
- pun intended Barker's
five decades in front of the
camera, from his first gig as
host of "Truth or Conse-
quences" in the 1950s to his
35-year run on "Price."


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