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 Section A: Main
 Section A: Main: Editorial
 Section A: Main: Church
 Section A: Main: Lifestyle
 Section A: Main: State
 Section A: Main: National
 Section A: Main continued
 Section B: Prep Rap
 Section C: Local
 Section C continued
 Section C: Regional
 Section C: Sports
 Section C continued
 Section D: Entertainment
 
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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:
June 30, 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:
UF00028362:00126

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 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:
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    Section C: Local
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Man Turns self In For Shootings She Was the Dean

Three Shot One 20, One 26 and the Other Six-Years-Old ...


Marcell Hay, 23, admitted
to the Sheriff's Office
Thursday that he went to the
Kendall Court Apartments on
Lem Turner around 4 a.m.
with the intent to kill Virginia
Brooks, the mother of his
child. Brooks was not injured
when Hay opened fire on the
apartment. Maxine McBride,
20, was killed. Tiyesha
Dunlap, 26, was also shot and
is in serious condition at the
hospital. Her six-year-old
son, Henry W. Howard, was


also shot but has non life-threaten-
ing injuries. Brooks had filed a
domestic violence injunction
against Hay in December 2006.
The Sheriff's Office said that
Hay is being charged with attempt-
ed murder, burglary and violating
an injunction for protection. After
the early morning shooting, homi-
cide detectives were able to reach
Hay for questioning. It was at that Maxine McBride, 20,
time that he confessed to an Murdered
authorized entrance to the apart-
ment and the shooting of the victims. He was then arrested
and charged.


Poisoned Toothpaste Handed Out in Georgia,

Florida and Other States
SIt was discovered that that more than 900,000 tubes of a tainted Chinese
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stores, at hospitals for the mentally ill, prisons, juvenile detention centers
l', '. and even some hospitals that serve the general population. According to
federal health officials, the toothpaste containing a poison used in some
antifreeze products, were mostly distributed in Georgia and North Carolina. The toothpaste was also distrib-
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Jury Recommends

Death for Durousseau

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bike in the NWMlsiniiigtn Estates area
last week when he was shot and
killed. The Sheriff's Office was
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tion that Wilder was p ,-.,ihly shot
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neer Jacksonville, FL family passed away peacefully
June 22, 2007. She was a Jacksonville, FL native, hav-
ing resided in Washington, DC, before returning to
Florida after retirement. She was educated in the
schools of Duval County, graduating from Edward
Waters High School in Jacksonville. Furthering her
education, she attended Florida A&M University,
where she earned the BA degree in Education.

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The Florida and Georgia Star Apologizes for the incor-
rect caption on the picture of a murder victim. Rather
than giving her name, the caption said "FBI
Impersonator," which she was not. The victim killed by
her son was Mrs. Katherine Fountain of Marietta, Ga.


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JUNE 30, 2007 THE STAR


Faith In Our Community

Schedule ofEvents and Services


COMMUNITY DAY OF PRAYER at the Faust
Temple Church of God In Christ, located at 3328
Moncrief Rd. is having prayer for teens, youth, sin-
gles, married couples and prayer for the sheriff and,
police dept. Saturday, June 23rd and Saturday, July
7th, from 11 a.m. Noon. For more information con-
tact the church at (904) 353-1418.
THE MUSIC MINISTRY OF THE FIRST A.M.E.
CHURCH of Palm Coast, located at 91 Old Kings
Rd., North, with Rev. Gillard S. Glover, Pastor, is
having their Second Annual Community Music
Workshop and Seminar. Dr. Raymond Wise, world
renowned conductor, songwriter and musician, will
be the guest clinician. The workshop begins Friday,
July 6, and culminates with a Community Choir
Concert on Sunday, July 8, at 5 p.m. at the Matanzas
High School Theatre. Concert tickets are $15.
Workshop registration is $35 per person, which
includes a DVD of the workshop concert. For regis-
tration or concert information, please call (386) 446-
5759, or email at www.famemusicmin@yahoo.com.
WATCH THE LAMB MINISTRIES located at
2519 Soutel Drive at llth Avenue with Pastor Dr.,
Betty Tutt extend the public an invitation to' witness
the Pre-K class under the leadership of soloist
Sharonda Wilson and the Teenagers. Class under the
auspices of Devan, Justin and Kindy Roberts in a
Review at The close of the service, Sunday July 1st.
Assistant Pastor Sharon Mortley will be the speaker.
For more information or directions call (904) 764-
1104 or (904) 994-1044.
SAINT PAUL AME CHURCH OBSERVES FAM-
ILY AND FRIENDS DAY 6910 New Kings Rd.,
Sunday, July 8th at 9:30 a.m. The speaker for the
occasion is the Rev. Dr. James F. Miller, Senior
Pastor of DuPage AME Church of Lisle; IL. The Rev.
Marvin C. Zanders, II is the Pastor of Saint Paul.
Please contact the church office at 764-2755 for addi-
tional information and transportation.
MT. OLIVE AME, the third oldest AME Church in
the area, located at 841 Franklin St., will hold its
139th Anniversary Celebration on July 8th at 11:00
a.m. The guest speaker for this occasion will be the
Rev. Tony Hansberry, Pastor of Greater Grant
Memorial AME Church. The public is cordially invit-
ed. Rev. Granville W. Reed, Pastor.
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1941 and has lived there for the past 66 years. Upon her
arrival in the city, she immediately acted upon her faith
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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.
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Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus
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Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Sunday
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
Church School 8:45 a.m.
Wednesday
Fulfillment Hour Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Friday
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor

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

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)
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Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
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Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
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Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
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"To every-
thing there
.. is a season
and a time
to every purpose under the heav-
en. A time to be born, and a time
to die. "-Ecclesiastes 3:1-2.
No one wants to talk about
death and funerals. Too depress-
ing. Unfortunately, death is a fact
of life and there simply is no way
to avoid it. For indeed there is a
"time to be born and a time to
die."
You may want a traditional
funeral service with visitation
and a member of the clergy con-
ducting services at a church or a
funeral home. Would you want
an open or closed casket? Maybe
you want a special friend to do
the eulogy or family members to
read scripture passages or poetry.
Any favorite hymns?
First, you should shop
around and talk to a few funeral
directors. Yes, let your fingers do
the walking-comparing prices
for such things as casket,
embalming, ant the cost for pro-
fessional services.
Resist one-stop shopping,
which can include such things as


pravei cards, tr ,nk--ou notes.
and gue-i registers-[hec add up
quickly, M.lan, opt for the finer-
al home in their neighborhood
for personalized services.
Decide on body disposition.
Burial or cremation? If earth bur-
ial, a cemetery plot should be
purchased; if above ground, a
mausoleum crypt. If cremation is
the choice, plan disposition of
the ashes. Do you want them
stored in a columbarium niche or
buried? Maybe you prefer to
have your ashes scattered?
An option some people take
is to donate organs and tissues to
a medical school (have a donor
card and check on requirements).
If you would rather have a
memorial service express that
wish. That means a service in the
funeral home or a church where
the body is not present. A com-
mon misconception is that when
the body is cremated you don't
hold a funeral. You can hold a
funeral before cremation.
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"There's Always Something
Happening On The First Coast"

Gamma Rho Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha,
Inc. Celebrates 65 Years
The Downtown Hyatt Regency Hotel was a sea of
pink and green recently when hundreds of Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority, Inc. members and their guests from far
and near came together to celebrate 65 years of
Extraordinary Service with Purpose. As the chapter
president Ms. Beverly Shields stated, "This is a
momentous occasion. The service that the chapter has
provided such as scholarships, tutoring, health fairs,
informational forums, and summer camps would not
have been possible without the support of the First
Coast community."
The immediate past national president of Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Dr. Norma Solomon
White was the Keynote Speaker and her message that
detailed an extensive list of the services of the local
chapter was enormous and yet not at all surprising as
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was founded in 1908 on
the campus of Howard university, Washington, D.C.
with a motto of "Service to all Mankind." It is the old-
est Greek letter organization established for African
American college trained women and has continued as
a leading force worldwide. Unlike majority Greek let-
ter organizations that are more focused on the college
years, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.'s legacy of
service intensifies after college graduation,
The Gamma Rho Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority according to the chapter's historical
writings state, "It was a beautiful day, June 23, 1942
when Alpha Kappa Alpha cameras beacon of light into
the City of Jacksonville. Little did our charter members
know that by 2007, Gamma Rho Omega would be cel-
ebrating 65 years of "Extraordinary Service with
Purpose". Ten college-educated, enterprising, dedicat-
ed and civic-minded young women who had become
members of Alpha Kappa alpha Sorority, Inc. on col-
lege campuses were the charter members led by the
recently departed Ms. Edna M. Calhoun who became
the first president of the chapter. The other charter
members were: Mesdames Daisy Brookins Burns, the
late Vivian Ellis Ingram, Louise Gardner Sheffield,
the late Elizabeth Gordon Jasmin, the late Aldonia
Hill Seabrook, Helen James Taylor (who traveled.
from Columbus, OH for the celebration), the late
Coatsie Jones, the late Lois Jones Roberts and Melba
Brookins Sunday. These young ladies were the driv-
ing force that led Gamma Rho Omega to experience
great heights in service to the Jacksonville
Community."
Past presidents include: The late Mesdames Thelma
Livingston Harris, Coatsie Jones, Mildred Peterson,
Elizabeth Jasmin, Vivian Satterwhite, Thelma Hair
Jones, Olivia H. Baldwin, and Amy Stewart Currie;
Mesdames Mabel Wright Martin, Estelle Williams
McKissick, Ruth C. Solomon, Dr. Norma Solomon
White, Barbara Robinson Robinson, Betty J.
Sessions (who also wrote the history of the chapter
"BY MERIT AND CULTURE), Deloris Rogers Carn,
Josephine Hall Fiveash Porter, Beverly McIntosh
Fenderson, Elnora Gay Adkins, Brenda Robinson
Simmons, Mary E. Madison, and Patricia Hill
Mitchell.
I am proud and consider myself very fortunate to be
a member of this wonderful organization for the past 44
years!
**$*****
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!


Members of the P. R. M. J. Dance Studio who performed at the
Gamma Rho Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.'s
65th Anniversary Celebration. ,


Standing: Gamma Rho Omega Chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. President Ms. Beverly Shields, Immediate Past National President
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and Anniversary Keynote Speaker Dr. Norma Solomon White, Gamma Rho Omega chapter Vice President
Mrs. Bonnie Atwater, Founder's Day Committee Chair Ms. Kathy Dilbert and the Founder's Event co-Chair Ms. Julia Paul. Seated: 1942
Servant Leaders- Mesdames Helen James Taylor, Ruth C. Staley Wheaton, Hattie McDonald McKissick, Louise Gardner Sheffield and
Gwendolyn Schell Deal. (all photos by J. Carl Davis, Sr.)


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Past Presidents Gamma Rho Omega Chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority: Standing-Mesdames Estelle Williams McKissick, Dr.
Brenda Robinson Simmons, Mary Madison, Josephine Hall Fiveash
Porter, Beverly McIntosh Fenderson, and current chapter president
Ms. Beverly Shields. Seated-Dr. Norma Solomon White, Ruth
Cummings Solomon, Barbara Robinson Robinson, Patricia Hill
Mitchell and Bettye Sessions.


Past Regional Director Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Mrs.
Ernestine Bivins (seated) with Sorority 'Family' Mesdames Diane
Parker, Past National President Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Dr.
Norma Solomon White, First National Vice President Carolyn House
Stewart, Esq. and Gail Walden, niece of Mrs. Bivins.

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Members of the Orange Park chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
Inc.


Golden Sorors (50 year) members that included: Mesdames Estelle
McKissick, Mattie Campbell, Laurice Hunter and Louella McBride.


Local and family members of 1942 Gamnia Rho Omega Chapter's 1942
Servant Leader Mrs. Helen James Taylor that included Mesdames Nadine
Williams and Frances Agbadou of Baltimore, MD; Veronica Green,
Crystal Williams, Rochelle Olgletree and Agnes Jennings. Columbus,
OH; and local relatives Mesdames Reeda Wooden Harris, Lydia Dwight
Wooden nd Janie Madry.


Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Mother/Daughter Legacy Dr. Theresa
Hodge and daughter Ms. Karen V. Hodge, RhP.


Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority past Regional Director Mrs. Ernestine
Bivins with her fellow Bold City Chapter, Links, Inc. Mesdames Mary
Walker and Sandra Hull-Richardson.


Golden (50 year) Alpha Kappa Alpha Members-Mesdames Betty
Howard, Dell Carter, Camilla Perkins Thompson and Louvenia
Perkins Mathis.


Past Gamma Rho Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. Mrs.
Barbara Robinson Robinson-standing with other Sorority Sisters that
included Mesdames Christine Robinson, Gwendolyn Schell Deal and
Helen James Taylor.








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THE STAR


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The Sir June .i, 2f0"


* Southern Infant Mortality

Home Insurance Rates

A Man and a Gator


t nemugrAs esoLn aM


Florida Ranks 31st. Georgia Ranks 44th


11with Gator over Gof Ball Southern States Infant Mortality Trails U.S.
with Gator over Golf Ball Southern States Infant Mortality Trails U.S.


A man who lost his ball
in a golf course pond nearly
lost a limb when a nearly
11-foot alligator latched on
to his arm and pulled him in
the water, authorities said.
Bruce Burger, 50, was
trying to retrieve his ball
Monday from a pond on the
sixth hole at the Lake
Venice Golf Club.
The alligator latched on


to Burger's right forearm
and pulled him in the pond,
said Gary Morse, a
spokesman for the Florida
Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
Burger used his left arm to
beat the reptile until it freed
him.


"I saw him reach down
to get his ball and he
yelled" for help, said Janet
Pallo, who was playing the
fifth hole and ran over to
drive the man to the club-
house.
Burger, from Lenoir
City, Tennessee, was taken
to a hospital but was not
seriously injured, Morse
said Tuesday.
It took
seven
Fish and


an hour to
trap the
4 4 one-eyed
f alligator,
1-inch Friend w h i c h
measured
10 feet, 11
inches, Morse said.
The pond at the sixth
hole has a "Beware of
Alligator" sign.
"Unfortunately, that's
part of Florida," course
general manager Rod Parry
said. "There's wildlife in
these ponds."


Home Insurance Rates Haven't

Fallen as Much as Crist Hoped

Gov. Charlie Crist knows a new law hasn't cut home
insurance rates as much as he and consumers had expected.
but he launched a ne\\ Web site Tuesday that might help
homeowners comparison shop to save money.
Crist said some insurance companies have not filed for
rates as low as he had hoped after lawmakers changed state
law in January to try to lower premiums. The law made state
backup coverage for insurers more available and at a cheap-
er cost than what they typically pay on the private market.
Rates being charged by major home insurance compa-
nies have gone down only 10 percent since the legislation
passed not a lot compared to how much they have risen
since the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons. Some customers
saw their rates increase by more than 100 percent in the last
few years.
But Crist defended the legislation. He said while rates
ha\ en't gone down as much as he wishes they would have,
they generally have fallen.
"The rates for the first time in a long time actually are
coming down. Would I like it to be more? You bet I would.
And do I feel a little bit of sense that maybe some of these
companies have broken some of their promises? That con-
.cerns me," he said.

Florida News Briefs

Bear Goes to the Mall in Sanford .
Sanford, FL Earlier this week, the western park-
ing lot at Seminole Towne Center Mall was like a scene
from Marlin Perkins' Wild Kingdom.
A 200-pound bear that had sat for hours in a pine tree
outside a shopping mall jumped to the ground and raced
past a mall entrance after firefighters hit it with water
from a fire hose and a game warden shot it with a tran-
quilizer.
The bear was about 15 feet up in a pine tree on the far
edge of the parking lot, a few feet from an Interstate 4
off-ramp and about 200 yards from the mall entrance.
No one was hurt, and the bear was soon cornered just
outside a J.C. Penney store, where it lost consciousness
and was carted away.

Florida Murders and Gun Crimes Jump.
Tallahassee, FL. Murders and other violent
crimes rose at a "disconcerting" rate in Florida last year,
Gov. Charlie Crist said Tuesday, but he hopes new laws
he helped pass will help.
The overall crime rate in Florida continued to
decline, and was at its lowest rate last year since 1971.
But detracting from the continuing drop was a strik-
ing spike in the number of crimes committed using guns,
and in particular the number of gun murders, which rose
42 percent, according to figures released Tuesday.
There were 1,129 murders statewide in Florida in
2006, up 28 percent from 2005, the data showed. Armed
robberies were up 20 percent.

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To apply for Medicaid,
women now need an origi-
nal birth certificate, and
they must appear in person.
Many critics say this new
policy is preventing women
and babies from getting the
medical care they need.
Fitzgerald of the
Children's Defense Fund
adds that many people have
just dropped out because
they are demoralized.


The rate of infant mor-
tality in the U.S. has been
steadily declining since
1960, when 27 out of every
1,000 newborns died. Now
the national average stands
at 6.9 deaths per 1,000
births. Contrasting this fig-
ure is the fact that all nine
of the Southern States are
below the national average
with all but Florida in the
bottom 20%. Mississippi
and Louisiana are tied for
worst.
But some Southern
states are seeing an even
more disturbing trend:
Their infant-mortality rates
are not improving, and
some are getting worse. The
most recent statistics show
Mississippi had the biggest
increase in the number of
babies dying in their first
year of life.
Historically, the state
has had a higher infant-
mortality rate than most of
the country. But between
2004 and 2005, the number
of babies dying in the state
increased almost two points
to 11.4 deaths per 1,000
births.
Oleta Fitzgerald,
Southern regional director
for the Children's Defense
Fund, says "We were very
shocked to see that, over the
last four or five years, rates
have started to 'climb and
are spiking," Fitzgerald
says.
Many health-care
experts are trying to make
sense of the trend, but
Fitzgerald says it's simple:
She calls it a moral issue.
"Nobody wants to take
care of poor .children,
whether they are black or
white or whatever color,"
she says.
A History of Loss
Jamekia Brown a 22-
yr old lives in the tiny
town of Hollandale in the
Nllssissippi. Delta, served
by social worker Janet


FAMU

Investigated

Because of

Complaints
FAMU' was placed on
probation by its accredita-
tion committee because
committee members were
inundated with serious alle-
gations against the univer-
sity, Chief Operating
Officer Larry Robinson
said Monday.
Robinson disclosed that
fact during an emergency
meeting with faculty and
staff and shared the same
information with students
at a separate meeting.
It got to the point they
felt compelled to ask the
university what's going on,"
Robinson said.
He complied with mem-
bers of the Southern
Association of Colleges
and Schools by turning over
what was asked of him,
which included: two cur-
rent financial statements,
the operational audit and
comments on three or four
of the accreditation stan-
dards.


iNorfolk Southern / CSX Strategic Intermodal System Connector
Duval County, Florida
You are invited to a public hearing Location M^ap
to discuss proposed Loc n M
transportation improvements for sportsman
the Norfolk Southern / CSX ClQ 4 i
Strategic Intermodal System Pick ..r
Connector. The hearing will be : ** \
held Thursday, July 26, 2007, at s
the Lincoln Villa Community I .S .
Center, 7866 New Kings Road, ,
Jacksonville, Florida 32219. Existing Connector \* *, \ x
Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. to L** .
allow you time to review and .*. *
discuss the exhibits and have your Financl P t I:
questions answered by one of our Financial Project ID: 416953-t *.
staff. Then, at 6:30 p.m., we will begin the formal portion of the public hearing with an audio / visual
presentation, followed by an opportunity for public comment, It is the policy of the Florida Department of
Transportation to prohibit materials and/or exhibits in our public workshops, meetings or hearings that are
not the properly of the Department, Therefore, no outside party will be allowed to display or hand out
materials in any of these events.
The Department is ,curell IL. .r iJduC ing a Project Development & Environmental Study to determine the
transportation needs'and possible Improvements for enhancing access between the Norfolk Southern
Intermodal Facility, CSX Intermodal Facility and Interstate 295 in Duval County. The purpose of this
project is to improve the connection to Interstate 295 from both facilities, improve the safety
c h.'rifac'teilrsics or ile roadway and meet existing and future traffic needs. The public hearing is being
held to presentthe study findings, discuss our recommendations and receive your input,
As of July 5, 2007, the Project Development & Environmental Study will be available for your review
during normal business hours at the Westbrook Branch Library, 2809 Commonwealth Avenue,
Jacksonville, Florida 32254.
This hearing is being conducted to Inform the public'ci ite project and afford the public the opportunity
to express views concerning the location, conceptual design and social, economic and environmental
effects of the proposed improvements. This project has been evaluated in accordance with the
provisions of Federal Executive Orders 11990 "Protection of Wetlands" and 11988 "Floodplain
Management" and this Involvement will be discussed at the Hearing. The proposed improvements will
require additional right of way.
Those who wish to submit written statements may do so at the hearing or mail them to the address below
no later than August 27, 2007. All comments received by this date will become part of the public
hearing record. This project is being developed in compliance with the Title VI/Nondiscrimination
Program of the United States Civil Rights Act. This hearing will be held in compliance with Chapter 339,
F.S,, Chapter 120, F.S., 23 CFR 771 and 23 USC 128, Public participation is solicited without regard to
race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability or familial status.
If you need project or public hearing Information or special accommodations under the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, write to the address or call the telephone number given below. Special
accommodation requests should be made at least seven (7) days prior to the public hearing, Your
attendance at this public hearing is encouraged and any comments made are appreciated. If you
have any questions or comments please contact:


FDOT: Stephen Browning, E.I., Project Manag
1109 S, Marion Avenue, MS 2007
Lake City, FL 32025-5874


er 1-800-749-2967 or (386) 961-7455
E-mail: Stephen.browning@dot,state,fl.us
Project website : www.norfolksouthernsisc.com


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


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Johrison.
When Brown was 17,
she gave birth to a baby boy
named De'Terrence. He
weighed 4 pounds but had
congenital problems and
lived just one month.
Brown was pregnant again
in 2004, but the child, a girl
named Fre'Mya, was still-
born.
Despite health issues,
including high blood pres-

Southern States
State (Deat
1,000 liv

Alabama 8
Arkansas 8
Florida 7
Georgia 8
Louisiana 9
Mississippi 9
N. Carolina 8
S. Carolina 8
Tennessee 8

Source: 2003-2004 provisional data,
Statistics, Centers for Disease Contr

sure and thyroid problems,
Brown is pregnant again.
"It's so rural that women
have to travel 36 to 40 miles
one way to see a doctor,"
Johnson says. "When they
go in, patients see a nurse
practitioner. They see a
physician in the eighth
month of pregnancy."
Little Access to Care
Another problem,
according to Johnson, is
that many doctors in rural
areas do not accept
Medicaid.


SInfant Mortality
hs per Natl. Rank
re Births)

.5 44
.7 46
.2 31
.5 44
.6 49
.6 49
.2 41
.2 41
.8 48

National Center for Health
rol and Prevention

The Race Factor
Race is another factor
that contributes to the high-
er infant-mortality rate in
Mississippi and the rest of
the South. Nationally, black
mothers are twice as likely
to lose their babies as white
mothers, and in Mississippi,
about half of all babies are
born to African-American
women.
Even well-educated,
affluent black women are
more likely to have problem
pregnancies than their white


counterparts. Dr. Alan
Brann. a professor of
Pediatrics at Emory
University, says doctors
need to tackle the issue of
low birh-.:i.e'lit. which is
one of the leading causes of
infant mortality.
"It (low birnh- eight) is
an indicator of the status of
health of the community,"
Brann says. "It's the best
canary we have in the mine
to say this population that
has high rates of very low
birth-weight babies are not
healthy people."
Early Intervention
Getting high-risk
women medical and prena-
tal care when they are preg-
nant is not enough, Dr.
Brann says. Medical
experts should also monitor
women between pregnan-
cies to make sure they stay
healthy and take care of any
ongoing medical issues.
Brann says high-risk
women need more access to
services that doctors know
will work, including pre-
conception care and pri-
mary medical care.
"It's just simple, basic
health issues that we have
not afforded all of our citi-
zens," he says.
The cost of medical care
for these women is about
$2,000 a year. The cost of
treating babies born prema-
turely is tens or hundreds
of thousands of dollars per
child. Many never leave the
hospital.






The Star June 30, 2007


* African Americans & Diabetes



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because of what any-

thing is doing to us, but

because of what we are

doing ourselves."

By. Shari Logan
NNPA Special Correspondent
The diabetes epidemic among African-
Americans is serious, deadly serious.
Black people are 2 percent more likely to
die from Type Two diabetes than Whites,
according to Dr. Carl Gibson a moderator of
the Diabetes workshop at the annual con-
vention of the National Newspaper
Publishers Association last week.
But, the workshop, held in a room that
had earlier served a breakfast of white bread
rolls, eggs, sausage, and turkey bacon to a
crowd of more than 200 people, saw less than
half of the original crowd by the time the
panelists began speaking about ways to pre-
vent and diabetes and other health problems.
Three million African-Americans have
diabetes, a disease that that develops from
risk factors such as obesity, physical inactiv-
ity, and family history.
Nevertheless, Gibson was hopeful. "We
might be at high risk," he said. "But we can
make some changes."
Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body
does not make enough insulin or cannot use
the insulin it makes effectively. Insulin helps
the body use sugar, which is supposed to go
to your body's cells in order to build energy.
However, for people with Type 2 diabetes,
the insulin just stays in the blood which cre-
ates high blood glucose levels.
Normal glucose levels for someone that
has not eaten for more than two hours is less
than 140. When someone has a level of
more than 200 after the same time period,
the person is diagnosed with Type 2 dia-
betes.
Yet, Dr. Gibson said that ancestry alone
does not equal to high risk.
Ethlyn Gibson, a registered nurse, said
that African-Americans should be eating
fruit three times a day and one food item
from the dairy group. She also said that
physical activity should take place five
times a week for at least 30 minutes.
In fact, the Diabetes Prevention Program
in collaboration with the National Institutes


of Health showed that obese African-
Americans who followed this exercise rou-
tine lost up to seven percent of their body
weight. For people 200 pounds and, over,
that translated up to 15 pounds. Exercise
programs included brisk walking and limit-
ing calories.
Women and men respectively should not
eat more than 1800 and 2000 calories a day,
Gibson said. Regular visits to the doctor
after the age of 40 to get screened and to test
blood glucose levels as well as taking pre-
scribed medication can control and prevent
diabetes. Dr. Antoine Johnson also acknowl-
edged that improved health care delivery
and cultural awareness will also lead to a
decrease in the occurrences of diabetes.
But what happens when a group of peo-
ple who disproportionately lack healthcare
insurance ends up telling everyone else but
the doctor about their ill health as African-
Americans too often do? The Washington
State Department of Health recognized the
need.to address that problem and did some-
thing innovative.
The health department began educating
community barbers and beauticians about
the disease so that they can give helpful sug-
.gestions instead of sympathy to the clients
that sit in their chairs. The program includ-
ed more than 20 barber and beauty shops
throughout the Seattle metropolitan area.
Complications of diabetes include kid-
ney failure, blindness, and heart disease.
Eileen Emori of the health department said,
"Diabetes just does not affect an individual;
it affects the family and community.
Dennis Weaver, founder of Change Your
Food, Change Your Life Inc, encourages
African-Americans to begin eating organic
foods.
Weaver said that less than 60 years ago,
all food was organic and that the health con-
ditions of Americans were better as a result.
"Today many overweight people die
with ideal cholesterol levels," he said.
"Low inflammation of the abdomen is the
real cause." Weaver said that the .body
rejects food that is not in its purest form and
that over a long period of time, the non-
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The Dean Continued from A-1
Graduate studies were completed at University of Michigan of Ann Arbor, MI, where the
Master of Arts Degree in Education was conferred. Further post-graduate work was com-
pleted at Columbia University of New York. She was a faithful member of Historic Mt.
Zion AME Church, where formerly her father served as Pastor and she served in the
Blanche R. Coleman Friendly Club. As an outstanding Educator, Miss Calhoun served as
Supervisor of Elementary Schools of Jackson County, Marianna, FL and for a number of
years as Supervisor of Elementary Schools of Duval County School System of
Jacksonville, FL as her first appointments. Later, she was employed by Florida A&M
University of Tallahassee, FL, where she served as Dean of Women. In 1984, Dean
Calhoun retired as Dean for Residence Life of Howard University in Washington, DC after
20 years of dedicated service.
Other affiliations include founding member and first president of Gamma Rho Omega
Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Links, Inc., American Personnel and
Guidance Association, National Association of Women Deans and Counselors, Southern
College Personnel Association, Member-At-Large of American Association of University
Women, and served as Past National President of Continental Societies, Inc. of which she
was a founder. She was a founding member of LOCALS in Washington, D. C., when it
was her turn to entertain, the group traveled to American Beach.
Dean Calhoun enjoyed her retirement at her home in American Beach, FL. This spacious
home was continuously open for family, friends, religious, social and civic gatherings. Her
contributions were greatly appreciated throughout the Amelia Island community. 'In the
1990s Dean Calhoun served as Vice-President of the American Beach Property Owner's
Association. She volunteered in the Fernandina Beach Annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp
Festival, participated in the combined Jacksonville/American Beach Kauumba Festivals,
and generously supported numerous other public service activities. Dean Calhoun gra-
ciously hosted community meetings that included the Planning Committee for the
American Beach Special Zoning District, the Amelia Island Chamber of Commerce and
many others.
Edna M. Calhoun was preceded in death by parents, Thomas and Netha Calhoun; her
brother, Paris S. Calhoun; and sisters, Thomasina C. Calhoun and Frances C. Murray.
FUNERAL SERIVCE will be held 11 AM, FRIDAY, June 29, 2007 at Historic Mt. Zion
AME Church, with Rev. Frederick D. Richardson, Jr., Pastor, officiating. Miss Calhoun
will rest in the mortuary for visitation Thursday from 5 PM until 8 PM (where the family
will received friends at 5 PM) and at the church Friday from 9 AM until the hour of serv-
ice. Alpha Kappa Alpha Ivy Beyond the Wall Service will be 6PM Thursday during visi-
tation. Interment will be in Edgewood Cemetery. The cortege will assemble at 5930 Lusaid
Dr. under the direction of ALPHONSO WEST MORTUARY, INC. 4409 Soutel Dr. 766-
9671.


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Homeowners Backfires


By. Harry C. Alford
NNPA Columnist
Blacks wishing to buy their "Dream
Homes" have been targeted by evil charac-
ters with fast cash and easy credit rip-offs.
They don't disclose costs such as taxes and
various creative fees generated by them.
These are known as subprime mortgages.
My brothers and sisters please stick to prime
mortgages, the kind you get from major


banks and are fully
They won't let you
get a mortgage you,
can't afford.
Therefore, all situ-
ations normal, you
won't be led down
the road of foreclo-
sure and disaster.
As an example,
in the state of
Maryland, the most
prolific county vic-
timized by these
subprime mortgage


government regulated.



Critics of this prog
they target "low in
ity families". But th
the targets are ba,
especially Black, \
income.


s is none other than


Prince Georges County. Prince. Georges is
the most financially well off county for
Blacks in the United States. However, every
subprime hustler available is quite active
there.
An officer of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation told me, "We held a
home owner workshop there and the line for
Foreclosure Trouble and Assistance was
quite longer than the line for "First Time
Home Buyers Assistance". After that, they
constructed a map of Maryland counties and
put red dots in neighborhoods festered with
these high risk subprime mortgages. Prince
Georges County, clear and away, led the
entire state. In fact, it was the only county
that was pure red by all the dots they blan-
keted it.
What happens is "Money Managers''
from Wall St. put together hedge funds
(pools of money from people and firms who
don't want to be openly exposed) to go after
and exploit these risky but high interest sub-
prime mortgages. Some of these subprime
mortgages can yield 20 -28 percent interest
until the buyer or "sucker" defaults and
loses the home. The Money Managers and
their investors hope to recover loses from
the foreclosure auctions and other liquida-
tion tactics. But now the rate of foreclosures
is surpassing the wildest dreams of the
Money. Managers. Their vision of windfall
is turning into-waterfall. Homeowners can't
work' it out and their credit is destroyed for
at least 13 years and their family life shreds
into nothing Divorce and friction is
inevitable.
In a recent article from the New York
Times (June 23, front page), "Bear Steams
Companies, the investment bank, pledged
up to $3.2 billion in loans yesterday to bail
out one of its hedge funds that was collaps-
ing because of bad bets on subprime mort-
gages. Bear Steams averted a meltdown this


time, but if delinquencies and defaults on
subprime loans surge, Wall Street firms,
hedge funds and pension funds could be left
holding billions of dollars in bonds and
securities backed by loans that are quickly
losing their value. The firm is, meanwhile,
negotiating with banks to rescue the second,
larger fund started last August, which has
more than $6 billion in loans and reportedly
holds far riskier investments. Those negoti-
ations were continuing yesterday, and it was
unclear whether
they would be
successful. Some
ram often say lenders, including
come and minor- Merrill Lynch and
SDeutsche Bank,
ie more I study it balked and moved
sically minority, to sell assets. At
without regard to one point
Wednesday, near-
ly $2 billion in
securities were
listed for sale,
although some banks, including JPMorgan,
eventually canceled scheduled auctions. In
the wake of the weak auctions, several other
lenders, including JPMorgan, Citigroup,
Goldman Sachs and Bank of America,
reached deals with Bear Steams. At least
some of the deals involved the lenders sell-
ing the securities back to Bear Stears for
cash, although the prices were not dis-
closed."
I say good for them. God don't like ugly
and this was certainly ugly. Targeting Black
families for money hustles and eventual dis-
aster is about as low as you can get.
Remember, they set up these pools of
money to rip off unsuspecting minority fam-
ilies by not disclosing prohibitive fees,
upcoming property taxes that will be'exag-
gerated because the appraised values of the
homes are unreal and extremely over val-
ued. They can do it because they are loosely
regulated by the federal and state govern-
ments unlike prime mortgages.
People are led in because of the unreal
"estimated mortgage costs". Some people
are overwhelmed two to three months into
it. There are actually some who cannot
afford the first monthly installment after
they have signed away everything and the
real costs become exposed.
These fly by.night mortgage brokers are
of a lower character than dishonest used car
salesmen. In fact, you can get a mortgage
broker license easier than you can get a
beautician license. That needs to be changed
or we should make such licenses defunct
and illegal. It would save a lot of Black fam-
ilies from economic destruction.
Let's get on the offensive in fighting this
"pox" on our communities.
Mr. Alford is the co-founder,
President/CEO of the National Black
Chamber of Commerce. Website:
www.nationalbcc.org.


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Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville Transportation Authority
announces its proposed DBE goal of 15% for FY 2007-2008. Funds
expended for USDOT assisted contracts are affected by this goal.
The goal is exclusive of JTA's expenditures for transit vehicles. A
Public Workshop regarding the goal will be held Tuesday, July 17,
2007 in the JTA Board Room located at 100 North Myrtle Avenue,
Jacksonville, Florida at 6 p.m.

It is the intent of the JTA that this expenditure goal be obtained
through a race neutral and race conscious program to the maximum
extent feasible. A copy of the proposed goal statement is available
for review during normal business hours at the JTA Administrative
Office. Comments may be directed to Ken Middleton, Contract
Compliance Program Manager at the address below.

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following the date of this notice.

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Sheri, shown with kids from a program founded by her, called "Fine Kids. Sheri's program pro-
vides gifts to children who bring their grades up from an "F" to a "C", a "D" to a "B" or a "C" to
an "A ". The kids are motivated to learn and she receives the pleasure of giving and encouraging


She is a tiny lady, a little over five feet but very powerful. She keeps her listeners listening and
motivated. She serves as a DJ. standing on her feet the entire time she is on the air. She said that she
can't sit down on the job.
Added to her air time, Sheri meets businesses and sells conunercials, she records commercials,
you can find her broadcasting live on one of her sale sites, she interviews celebrities, talks with callers,
provides daily words of encouragement and attend events throughout her broadcast area.-
Sheri can be heard on B92.7- WBGA, an oldies, with rhythm and blues; Sunny 103. WWSN. with
pop music, and WYNR, 102.5. a fin country station, all in the Golden Isle area of Georgia.
She also serves as an on-air personality at 102.9, the flow, which is a mixture of hip hop, rhythm
and blues, in the Florence, South Carolina area. The listeners love her; the artists love her as she is
known for "breaking new music for new artists."


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Today, June 30,.
2007 at the Jacksonville
Main Public Library
located at 303 N. Laura
St., and Hemming
Plaza, Jacksonville


Mayor John Peyton
hosted an event for
all Book Club
members and.
RALLY Book
Drive! donors to
celebrate reaching
his goal of collect-
ing one million
books for
Jacksonville chil-
dren.


I The event fea-
tured music, clowns
and costumed char-
acters. At 9 a.m.,
Mayor Peyton ceremo-
nially placed the mil-
lionth book, "How
Much is a Million?"
written by David M.


Should I Consolidate My Student Loans? I t


Student Loan
Consolidation:
Should You Do It?
By Stan Laus

After graduation from
a University, it's impor-
tant to'start looking to
have a plan, during this
time there is usually a 6
month grace period
before you have to start
paying back your loans.
Take this as an opportuni-
ty to look for work and to
talk to financial institu-
tions of about consolidat-
ing your loans.
Coolstudy.com will
give you some informa-
tion about the Top
Universities, and provide
you with articles and
information on Student
Loan Consolidations the
best ways to save money


while you're in
University and College.
Although many
choose not to worry
about money and
finances when attending
University, we believe
it's always important to
know of the challenges
which may follow, so you
make the proper deci-
sions today, as each deci-
sion you make today has
the potential to shape
your future for many
years to come.

Why consolidate?
Consolidating your
loans helps with negotia-
tions, for example if you
have $500 loan from 10
banks, you will be less
likely to get any
improvements on your
rates, however a $5,000


loan will allow the
bankers to give you more
leverage.
Also if you've accu-
mulated a lot of credit
card debt while in
University it's also a
good idea to consolidate
your loans to pay off your
credit first, as credit card
debt can reach as high as
20%.

Be Careful About
Securing Assets
Although securing
assets against your loans
will give you lower rates.
Please be sure that you
will be willing to make
all necessary payments, if
you become unable to
make payments, this
gives the creditors the
ability to repossess the
items you used for secur-


ing your loans with.
In our opinion you
should never consolidate
your debts with your wife
/ husband, girlfriend /
boyfriend. The reason is
because if something
happens to your partner
(knock on wood), the
other partner will most
likely be responsible for
repaying both the loans.
Although attending
University maybe expen-
sive, I believe the sacri-
fices you will make are
worth the rewards many
times over, as this will
pave your future for
decades to come. This
can be one of the most
exciting times of your
life or most stressful
times of your life.
Always make sure.to bal-
ance having fun with


your responsibilities and
it's always a good idea to
look think of your future;
this will give you a better
perspective on the choic-
es to make. Stan Laus,
Career Consultant:
www.coolstudy.com


Schwartz and illustrat-
ed by Stephen Kellogg,
into the signature
RALLY Book
Drive! book bin-a
special type of box
which has been used in
all Jacksonville Public
Library sites and other
locations to collect
books during the last
three years.
The Mayor then
invited all attendees to
join him in the
Children's Library on
the second floor to lis-
ten as he read the mil-
lionth book. Attendees
were then treated to a
free snack in the court-


yard and was invited to
participate in story
times, activities and
crafts hosted by the
library staff.
A primary compo-
nent of the Mayor's
early literacy initiative
RALLY .Jacksonville!,
the RALLY Book
Drive! was an effort to
collect and distribute
one million books by
June 2007 to
Jacksonville children.
RALLY Book Drive!
serves as an umbrella
for a variety of' com-
munity book drives. -
The RALLY Book
Drive! is proud to part-


ner with many commu-
nity organizations to
help achieve the goal of
getting one million
books into the hands of
Jacksonville children.
Organizations such as
The Jaguars Foundation
(300,000-plus books
donated), not only help
-get every child ready to
read, but also build
bridges in the commu-
nity.
To learn more about
RALLY Jacksonville!,
visit the Jacksonville
Children's Commission
online at
www.jaxkids.net or call
(904) 630-4754.


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Holw does she do it? That is a real question
since she ha~ created so many other acti\ cities to
serve her listeners. Sheri makes. a number of pub-
lic appearances as a speaker and/or a host/MC.
Added to that, she has received a number of
awards for created volunteer programs that
include "Janmmics lor Grannies." With this pro-
gram, Sheri collects and distributes pajamas and
gowns lfr seniors in nursing or rehabilitation
facilities.
Another program created by Sheri is her "Fine
Kids" program. Sheri said school lessons were
always easy for her but she learned through her
father that it was not easy for all children \when
she would get upset \when he would reward her
sister when she brought her grades up from a "C"
to an "A". but would d not give her the same prais-
es when she always brought home "-A's". Once
she recognized the effort her sister had to make to
get the "A". she understood. Sheri's program pro-
vides gifts to children who bring their grades up
from an "F" to a "C". a "C" to an "A" or a "D" to
a "B". The kids are motivated to learn and she
receives the pleasure of giving and encouraging.
During the Christmas holidays, Sheri accepts
letters from children asking for their most desired
gift. She reads the letters on the air and citizens
donates the requested gift to those who qualify.
Sheri has been recognized for many of her
charitable efforts that include her receiving the
key to the city and a Sheri Fine Day in Myrtle
Beach, South Carolina for her efforts on KISS
98.5, creating a "Kissmas Party." Her efforts were
also recognized in Tallahassee and Quincy,
Florida, with a key to the city. She was also hon-
ored by the Coastal Georgia Area Community
Action Authority for her support of anti-poverty
programs.
On Saturday, June 30th at 7:00 p.m., Sheri will
be honored at the Seldon Park Auditorium where
gospel groups such as Luther Barnes and Sunset
Jubiliares, Grey Kelly and Foundation, Mike
Alston & Nu Revelation and Women of Strength
will be present to entertain the audience.


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Sheri was born in Brunswick, GA and gradu-
ated from Brunswick High. She received her col-
lege education at Richland College in Dallas, TX
and has been working in broadcasting for about
twelve years.
She received encouragement from such radio
personalities as Tom Joyner and Steve Harvey.
Tom recognized her talent before she did and she
received and continues to receive encouragement
from Steve Harvey. She is impressed with Steve's
inspirational messages and comical personality.
She feels he is incredible with the manner in
which he is able to point out things in the real
world while indicating that God is number one.
On her daily show, Sheri also encourages and
motivates by opening up a dialog with questions
that she feel can clean and heal, which she said is
viable to the community. She raises the question,
the listeners respond.
Yes, she is Sheri Fine, and that does not just
focus on looks, she has a-fine, loving and giving
personality, and that is what keeps her going.
Sheri So Fine, the hardest working woman in
radio, because she feels good giving. She said that
she is so happy to be blessed with her talents and
love for the people.


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Why did the sword swallower
swallow an umbrella?
He wanted to put something away
for a rainy day!

What's the name for a short legged
tramp?
A low down bum!

Why did the man take a pencil to
bed?
To draw the curtains! ..

A noise woke me up this morning.
What was that?
The crack of dawn!

Why-is Russia a very fast country?
Because the people are always
Russian!


How do you cure a headache?
Put your head through a window
and the pane will just disappear!

What do you get if you cross a
crocodile with a flower?
I don't know, but I'm not going to
smell it!

What button won't you find in a
tailors shop?
Belly button!

Why didn't the banana snore?
Because it didn't want to wake up
the rest of the bunch!

What happened when the wheel
was invented?
It caused a revolution!


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to eat? Try these tips to
trick them out.
It's a classic childhood
scene: Mom says you
need to eat your veggies,
and you create intricate
plans to make them disap-
pear-to anywhere but
your mouth. Maybe
there's a baked potato skin
you can hide them inside.
Dogs are built-in dispos-
als. And there's that potted
plant near the dinner
table.
But now that you're all _
grown up, has your palate
for veggies changed? If
not, we're here to tell you
that vegetables are any-
thing but bland and bor-
ing. The way in which you
prepare or present vegeta-
bles, however, just might
be. While there's nothing
wrong with steamed broc-
coli or plain cooked car-
rots, they could be perked
up at dinnertime with dif-
ferent sauces, brighter
colors, and more interest-
ing textures, says Jan
Hangen, RD, clinical
nutrition specialist -at
Children's Hospital in
Boston. Here's a new
game plan:
Bet on a buffet of
choices. Set out a pretty
serving tray with one raw
and one cooked vegetable.
Assemble a condiment .
tray with several salad
dressings, grated cheese, a
no-salt seasoning mix,
and lemon slices. Other
options are: olive and wal-
nut oils, balsamic vinegar,
and maple syrup (particu-
larly good on root vegeta-
bles such as butternut
squash and sweet pota-
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Mr. Cox continues
to challenge other
Barbers to get involved
with the young men
they serve and chal-
lenge them to do well
in school.
*-s We, as Barbers, are
in contact with a large
number of young men
that we can have a very
big impact on their
lives to do well in what
ever their goals are for
life. Education is the
key to success.


Aaron JBracy, an "A" Honor oll, Stuaent at Laa
Shore Middle School


Steven Brooks," an ".4 H
Cookman Middle School.


Rajah Buchanan made "A/B" Honor Roll at Garden Jordan Dawkins made "A/B" Honor Ro
City Elementary School Hendricks Avenue Elementary School


Jordan James made "A" Honor Roll and __ _. ...
Joshua James made "A/B" Honor Roll at Malcolm Mercer made "A/B" Honor Roll at Deuntae Williams made "A/B" Honor
Trinity Christian Academy. Espirit Corps Center for Learning. Reynolds Lane Elementary School


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JunO 2TP rwT SGE


Banquet Held to Promote Unity in the Community and

Recognize Servant Leaders of the Area

Speaker: Congressman Honorable Elijah Cummings, Maryland

It was a day designed to bring back unity in the Jacksonville community and
throughout the United States, named, the First Annual Servant Leaders Awards
Banquet. The Rev. Reginald Gundy of the Jacksonville Leadership Coalition and
C.R.E.D.I. said the banquet was inspired to work under the principles for servant .: i '=
leadership and the awardees at the first banquet, have all exemplified and demon- i
strated this role of leadership in our community, their organizations, churches and
mosque. The purpose of the award was to look beyond any philosophical and reli- ':'. .
gious differences, and instead focus on the common good of mankind in our commu- 'S
nity. Rev. Gundy said, "We benefit humanity by serving others."
The attendees were honored with a speech by Congressman Elijah Cummings, :..
Democrat, Maryland, who is the senior member of the House Committee on
Transportation and Infrastructure and the House Committee on Oversight and
Government Reform. He is also a member of the Domestic, Workforce and Armed
Services subcommittees.
Congressman Cummings, a Howard University graduate and former student
leader, has continued his leadership skills as a congressman. He told the audience of Minister Desmond Muhammad, Dr. Jan P Gray, Congressman Elijah Cummings, Reverend R L Gund
his early life when he was placed for three years, in an educational program that and Minister Markus Muhammad
many feel is a handicap to our youth. He was not only able to learn at a pace to get
him out of the program, he was able to, go to one of the top universities in the coun-., .: .
ty and on to law school. He said when he was sworn into congress, his father cried
tears of joy, explaining, you did not let anything hold you back. The congressman is -.I b
a sporfsor of initiative to secure our homeland, increase access to college, promote
sound health care policy, protect workers' rights, end global warming and provide
seniors with affordable prescription drugs. His priorities in Congress is to ensure that
all children have access to high quality education, specifically through the reautho-
rization and full funding of the No Child Left Behind Act.
Attending the event were Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Florida State Senator
Tony Hill, Florida State Representative Audrey Gibson, and newly elected .
Jacksonville city councilman Dr. Johnny Gaffney. Organizations represented -
included the Nation of Islam, the Jacksonville NAACP, the Jacksonville SCLC, the
Baptist Ministers Conference, CREDI, Jacksonville Leadership Coalition, Local Dr. Henry B Thomas, James Alford, Adrian Johnson, Elizabeth Henderson Secretary of Brotherhood c
Firefighters and Brian Ragin Vice President of Brotherhood of Firefighters
Democratic Parry, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Southside Christian a a
Charities, Torn Veil Consulting Group, the
Jacksonville Firefighters, and more. "l C i L i
Dr. Juan Gray, Chairman of the Board of Directors for C
SCLC, Jacksonville said the goal of this first banquet is .... -
to bring unity to our community and this meeting was .
one of the first in the city to bring about such a diverse
group. He said, with unity, we can be proud of the past
accomplishments. According to sources, these organi-
zations have already accomplished several goals such
as better voting rights, early voting changes in monitor-
ing at risk students, changes in the Duval School i -j
System, removal of babies off of toxic waste sites,
challenges in the court systems, challenges against
police brutality and senseless killings, and accountabil- Congressman Elijah Cummings,*Mlnister Desmond Mohammad and Congressman Elijah Cummings, Elder Lee Harris, wife, Betty
ity of public elected officials. They said that the Congresswoman Corrine Brown Harris, and Congresswoman Corrine Brown
Jacksonville Leadership Coalition has partnered with
other not-for-profit organizations and churches to .
reduce crime, domestic violence, educate our children 7 m
and empower parents and servant leaders and will con-
tinue with such organizations as SCLC, NAACP,
Sherwood Forest Association, Baptist Ministerial
Alliance, JCAAP, Nation of Islam, Black Social .--
Workers, Mothers of Slain Children and other organi-
zations to better mankind.
Those honored were Ms. Eunice Barnum, Elder Lee C .
Harris, Ms. Beth Kormanik, Minister Desmond
Muhammad, Attorney Robert Sphorer, Pastor James 4
Sampson and Governor Charlie Crist. Congressman Elijah Cummings, Attorney Robert Sphorer, and Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Mrs. Eunice Barnum and
Congresswoman Corrine Brown Congressman Elijah Cummings

' Congratulations to the Roberts Sisters! For Setting a goal and Achieving it! Former Mayor's Recovery has Setback
Sherrie L. Roberts recently received her masters degree in Business Administration from Florida Metropolitan
University. Her sister Kindy M. Roberts received her B.A. Degree in Communications and Public Relations fro jack- Jacksonville, FL Former Jacksonville Mayor
sonville University. The sister's parents, Samuel and Linda Roberts report that the sisters are planning to continue their Jake Godbold who served as mayor from 1979 to 1987
education. Sherrie plans to work for her Doctorate while Kindy plans to attend the University of North Florida where she has had a setback in his recovery from heart bypass sur-
will pursue her Masters Degree. Congratulations to these Super Achievers. gery according to his family.
But the most recent reports are that he is continuing to
:,.:.. Sherrie L. heal and recuperate more each day.
"Roberts Just one week after doctors performed a quintuple
-- .., bypass on Godbold, a family spokesman said he' remains
(lt -) in critical but stable condition at Memorial Hospital.
.. During his time as mayor Godbold initiated a number
n ."v.of "brick and mortar" projects to revitalize the city's fail-
S" ing downtown.
". .As Mayor, he initiated the efforts to secure an NFL
football team, started the ever-popular Jacksonville Jazz
Kindy Festival.
]9[ li He initiated the construction of the Jacksonville
Roberts Landing and the Southbank Riverwalk, and secured
funds for public housing that had been taken away by the
(right) federal government..


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Dust Storm of the Decade
By Ester Davis
ReligioinAndSpiritualirt.com

Some authorities call the elbo\\ a very simple
hinge connecting the upper arm to the forearm.
Others call it a very complex joint with three bones.
Yon do uno\v, of course. that the articular surfaces are
connected by a "capsule." A capsule in any form
always offers comfort because it means that there is a
container enclosing a dose of something you need.


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The elbow joint is allowed to flex and extend and any repetitive stress and
strain, such as hammering, computer use, handshaking, etc., will cause pain,
inflammation and soreness. And when this occurs the entire body will naturally
acquiesce to the desires and needs of your pain.
The world of sports medicine boasts about their state-of-the-art tools for pre-
and-post-operative care of our athletes. When fitting artificial limbs, special care
and hours of evaluation are given to saving and reconstructing the elbow. Tom
ligaments are common terminologies in our day.
Surgeries have buzz words like "normal", "routine", "guarantee you can
return-to-play within weeks." The elbow gets a lot of press. Not only do you hear
the expressions about tennis elbow or golfer's elbow, but there are the "funny
bone" jokes, elbow grease, and dislocated elbow. Tickets on sale at the Piccadilly
Box Office for "Elbow Live." The top bar in town is the Elbow Room. Across
town is the Elbow Room Cafe.
I have tender memories of an "elbow morning" mixed with storms of laugh-
ter. Personally, I dread early morning breakfast meetings with speakers, because
if the speaker is not very, very good, I am thinking about the lost sleep.
On this particular morning, my day elevated from a slow start to a bit of a
prissy trot. In my haste to be on time I inadvertently hit my funny bone which
immediately hindered some of my freedom. The speaker was terrific. He was
talking about storms. Into the depth of his message to us, he said, "Some storms
we need." He repeated it. A good speaker is like a continuous drum roll before
announcing the winner. A wanna-be-good speaker takes drama lessons. The large
room is stirringly quiet. Now, you have everyone's attention.
The punch line is deliberately prolonged. And then majestically, "If every-
body dusted off their Bibles, it would create the biggest dust storm we have ever
seen." The room thundered with laughter and consensus and guess what, I some-
how hit that same bone again in my elbow.
Sure, the elbow is for showering, driving, answering the phone, stretching,
scratching and itching. The elbow is useful for reaching, wrestling, hugging and
hunching. The elbow is essential for playing the concert grand, a site to sip by,
overlooking a breathtaking scene, parasailing, eating popcorn in a movie, putting
on your eyeglasses and dancing. Buffing your nails or combing your hair is
impossible without this very simple hinge. Folding clothes, walking the dog or a
fluffy pillow is unthinkable without the ease of a little complex joint that faith-
fully obeys your thoughts and demands.
Just like the knees are for praying, an earlier article, the elbows are for read-
ing your Bible. Now, your capsule is complete.


Ester Davis is a writer and a television host/producer. Watch for her shows
online Fall 2006. She can be reached host@esterdavis.com. copyright
Ester Davis 2006



National Public Art Organization Recognizes
Jacksonville International Airport's The River

JACKSONVILLE, June 25, 2007 Americans for the Arts, a leading
national arts organization, selected Jacksonville International Airport's
The River as one of the top public arts projects for 2006 at its annual
conference in Las Vegas earlier this month.
Houston artist Peter Hite was commissioned by the Jacksonville
International Arts Commission to produce The River for the airport's
baggage claim area. The work, completed in 2006, is comprised of
postage stamps from around the world depicting six major rivers the
Amazon, Ganges, St. Johns, Mississippi, Yangtze and the Nile.
The six rivers were chosen because they have affected the culture
of their respective region, said Faith Jordan, program coordinator for the
JIAArts Commission. Hite used postage stamps to represent the travel
of people across countries and cultures.
"The selection of The River as one of the top 40 public art works in
2006 by such a prestigious organization is a wonderful accolade for
Peter Hite and the airport," Jordan said.
Last year, JIA also installed "Hoy es Hoy" ("Today is Today"), a 13-
foot high bronze sculpture of a woman's head by internationally
renowned Mexican artist Javier Marin, in a specially designed pavilion
at the airport's entrance.
The JIA Arts Commission is now in the process of selected several
art works that will adorn the rest rooms in the airport's new concourses.
The Jacksonville Aviation Authority was established in 2001 by the
Florida legislature to operate Jacksonville International Airport and the
city's three general aviation airports Craig, Herlong and Cecil Field.
The authority is governed by a seven-member board. Jacksonville
International Airport funded through user fees and not local taxes -
serves nearly 6 million passengers annually.

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me to thinking about that brother at the mall. It got me to thinking about how not
only poor, but even middle-class black people tend to bargain away their health in
their very reasonable requests to get more bang for their hard-earned bucks. Like
everyone else, many of us have been brainwashed by a culture of all-you-can-eat
and supersizing.
But now it's time for us all to begin to understand that when it comes to battling
obesity and tooth decay, we must dispense with the idea that more is better. Those
five bucks I spent for those three pieces of designer chocolate. for example, wasn't
the best bargain for my wallet, but it was a far better barg.iin for my waistline and
my health. If nothing else, it's a str.ateg\ that I hope will spare me the costs of pre-
scription drugs and hospitals in later years that tend to come when people allow
themselves to become overweight and obese. It is also one th.u I hope will allow me
to keep my teeth into my old age.
More of us need to look at such -celf-preservation strategie-. Our I\ es and our
livelihoods depend on it.
Especially since the govcrnmenl won't be stepping in as much to help us.
-A -Ar


NIlayor John Pey'ton.
Jackson\ille. FL
June 28. 200"7

Jacksonville residents are lucky to live in one of
America's most beautiful regions. But with our envi- ,
able location along the Atlantic Ocean comes the I
threat of severe weather, particularly hurricanes. As
we approach the height of hurricane season. I want to
let you know what the city is doing to prepare for
these storms, and also \\hat you can do to ensure the
safety of your family and property.
The city's emergency management team stands ready to snap into action
should a hurricane come our way. We've devised evacuation and disaster
response plans including plans for citizens who need special medical care or
transportation, as well as those who have pets to ensure a comprehensive
response. We've also revised storm repair and debris removal plans to make the
response more timely and efficient, and we've upgraded the city's emergency
communications.
The city's ability to prepare for, respond to and recover from any disaster led
Jacksonville to be the first city in the nation to receive accreditation for its emer-
gency management program. This designation certifies that the city has met
national standards for disaster preparedness and response.
While the city is prepared for this hurricane season, it's important for every
individual and family to be prepared, too. You need to know what to do, where
to go, and how to get the help you need should we be faced with a hurricane. The
most important thing you can do to keep your family safe is to create a personal
disaster plan. You can visit the city's Web site at www.coj.net to determine
whether you live in an evacuation zone and to learn other tips for creating a per-
sonal disaster response plan.
As we all have seen in other cities devastated by hurricanes, one of the most
important steps to preventing tragedy is having a plan in place. The City of
Jacksonville has its plan in place, and I encourage all First Coast residents to do
the same. Our emergency procedures can only operate effectively if residents are
aware of them and know where to get help. Stay safe this hurricane season, and
put your hurricane plan in place today!



Blacks Have Got to Find Sweetness
in Life, Not Sugar-Filled Foods
By: Ton aa \Weathersbee. BlackAnimerncaWeb corn
Si'lh penmission I

A few weeks ago. I w\as at a local mall about to indulge
in a piece of Godiva chocolate -- a sinfiully sweet. sinfil-
ly expensive, rare pleasure of mine -- when a brother
stepped up to the kiosk and started haggling with the
cand\ salesgirl.
"Why is this candy so much?" the brother wanted to
know, incredulous at the notion that I'd just spent five bucks for three pieces of the
chocolate-drenched confections. "Man, that's-crazy. I could go to Publix [a local
supermarket] and buy myself whole bags of Almond Joys or Snickers for that much
... you're spending that much, and you'll be through eating it by the time you're
home." That's the idea, I told him.
I explained to him that I was trying to stick with a fitness plan, and that my strat-
egy for controlling my voracious sweet tooth was to make myself go through a lot
of trouble and expense for designer chocolate like Godiva -- the kind that was too
expensive for me to buy enough to take home and eat all night and into the next
week. Nonetheless, Brother Man looked at me like I was as nutty as the chocolate-
covered pecan and caramel pieces that I had just bought. He walked away, perhaps
to Publix. If he did, that's too bad. Because black men -- and for that matter, black
people are the last folks who ought to be buying candy in bulk.
According to a report issued by the Joint Center for Political and Economic
Studies' Health Policy Institute in Washington, D.C. two years ago, black men strug-
gle disproportionately with tooth decay. Fifty percent of black men have untreated
cavities and decay, compared to 28 percent of white men. Black men also lead all
other demographic groups when it comes to oral cancer, and they die more frequent-
ly from it. Then, on top of that, a majority of black men tend to be without dental
coverage and are ineligible for Medicaid.
And when it comes to the lack of dental coverage, they're about to have.a lot of
company. Because of pressure to pare Medicaid costs, many states are either drasti-
cally cutting back -- or eliminating altogether -- dental coverage for adults. As of last
year, 26 states have decided to provide no dental care for grown people, or to pro-
vide it only in emergencies -- such 'as to prevent them from yanking out an aching
tooth with a pair of pliers.
But the problem of bad dental health and dwindling options for care for people
who can't afford it has wider implications than just pain and death -- as if that isn't
enough. For those folks, especially those of us who have been struggling to get into
a job market that is heavier on service jobs and jobs that require a person to be seen
more than ever, having decaying or missing teeth isn't just an inconvenience. It's a
liability.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics just reported that of the top 25 jobs that are grow-
ing these days, retail sales is number one. Waiter and waitress jobs were also on that
list. Those are the kind of jobs that don't usually go to people \v ith rotten and miss-
ing teeth.
Years ago, in fact, a restaurateur in my neighborhood fold me that as much as
he'd like to hire some of the people who wanted to get a break from the labor pools,
he couldn't because the only jobs he had were jobs waiting tables, and everyone who
came to him about working there had no teeth. Their teeth, no doubt, were likely lost
through the ravages of alcohol, drugs, bad diet, poverty and neglect. That's sad.
Now, I hate to dim the chocolate and sweets euphoria that some folks may have
in the wake of Valentine's Day. But the Medicaid cuts in dental care for adults got


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COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS


Annoiutcenients., meetings, happenings. aml comn.nit' events scheduled
in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.


GULLAH
Queen Quet,
Marquetta Goodwine.
Chieftess of the
Gullah Geechee Nation.
announces the
Gullah Geechee Reunion
on Sullivan's Island. S.C..
on July 7 at noon.
Queen Quet is calling
for all descendants, from
Jacksonville, Fla.. to
Jacksonville. N.C.. the
Caribbean and around the
world, to join her in this
annual celebration of cul-
ture, heritage and history.
Bring your entire family,
friends, civic organization
and congregation along
with chairs. umbrellas for
shade, water, dirums and
an open spirit For infor-
mation, send e-mail to
GullGeeCoi,'aol.com or
call (843) 838-1171.
The photos are of
Queen Quet giving a
histo-mnusical presenta-
tion and women present-
ing the ring shout.


ried tid/he Jc'(


(912) 342-1025
S 3301 Norwich Street
Brunswick, GA 31520


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/ GEECHEE REUNION


SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL: Mayor's 2007-2008 Annual
,Budget Presentation
A Special Meeting of the Council will be held on Monday, July 16, 2007 at 10:00
a.m., in the Council Chambers. 1st Floor, City Hall. St. James Building. Mayor John
Peyton will present his 2007-2008 Annual Budget address to the Jacksonville City
Council at this time. The regular scheduled Rules Committee meeting will convene
immediately following the Mayor's presentation.
Council Member attendance is mandatory so please mark your calendars
accordingly. All other interested parties are invited to attend.
If you have any questions, please call Sarah Balme, Executive Council Assistant
at 630-1380.

URGENT! Federal Abstinence Funding W'ill End June 30th!
Money allocated for abstinence finding \ill shift to comprehensi, e sex education
Jacksonville. FL- Based upon a tecelt Health and Human Sei ice IHHS) report, the shift
of abstinence funding to comprehensive sex education fiundig is the worst possible thing for
the youth of Northeast Flot ida.
Project SOS \ ill lose much needed futildin that \\ill eliminate their much needed ser\ ices
in several schools in the Northeast Florida area. Since 1993, Project SOS has taught teenagers
skills that help them set boundaries, use refusal skills, set goals. communicate \\ th parents.
and avoid high risk beha\ iors In fact, since federal abstinence finding \%as made available to
Project SOS, the teen birth rate in Northeast Florida has decreased 55'".' Aie parents really
read, to umm tle health education of their student over to comlprehensi ee sex educators.'
Parents need to know\ that \what is called "conmpehensie" is really ainyhing but.
According to the HHS.report, startling components of the "comprehensl\ e" sex education pro-
grams for teens as young as 13 include lessons include:
Advocating showering together as a no risk activity.
Promoting methods for sexual stimulation.
Conducting sexual role-play on how to help a partner maintain an erection.
Describing how to eroticize condom use with a partner.
Suggesting teens wear shades or a disguises when shopping for condoms so adults and
parents won't recognize them.
Parents communicated their strong support for abstinence education, as currently fund-
ed by Congress, in a recent 2007 Zogby poll. In fact, regardless of ideological leaning, parents
from across America supported abstinence education over 'comprehensive' sex education by
a 2:1 margin. The very topics that parents wanted curricula to cover are absent in most 'com-
prehensive' sex education."
Parents need to know who is teaching their students and what their students are being
taught. Comprehensive sex education teaches little about abstinence (risk prevention), and
focuses heavily on condom usage (risk reduction) and ways to engage in sexual behavior.
Project SOS is encouraging 10,000 parents to contact their elected official and demand that
abstinence funding not be cut!


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are eligible to appl1. Pla ers from 50 states and 1 7 foreign countries attended the
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please call (704) 373-0873.
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year are Lewis S. and Frances Childress Lee. Caring Chefs has raised more than
$2 million for CHS to help families for the First Coast. Thanks to the generosi-
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of all proceeds continuously benefit CHS. Chefs tickets are $60 and include
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sorship opportunities, contact Nanette Vallejos at (904) 493-7739.
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June and July. as part of the library's regular Summer schedule. The Main
Library is open on Sundays in June and July.
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TER will host a Golf Tournament Wednesday. September 5th at Mill cove Golf
Course. We are asking all businesses to advertise by sponsoring a hole at $100
each. Tickets are $50 per person. The proceeds \\ill benefit our local culinary
chapter, Apprentices from the Clara White Mission and F.C.C.J. North Campus
and a local charity. For additional information, please contact Executive Chef
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THE MENINAK CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE is accepting applications for
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icapped children and must be used for a capital impro\emenet. the deadline for
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plete list of Summuner Lunch Program sites is available at www.jaxkids.org. F.or
more information, call the JCC at (904) 630-6400. I


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DLC NURSE & LEARN, INC. Receives Grant from
"Rosie's For All Kids Foundation"
DLC Nurse and Learn is Jacksonville's only childchare specializing in kids with
disabilities. DLC provides preschool, afterschool care, nursing care and therapies
for infants through high-school age students. Rosie's for All Kids Foundation has :
awarded DLC Nurse and Learn with a grant of $24,960 to serve children with schol-
arships. Rosie O'Donnell started this foundation to fulfill her childhood dream of
helping children in need. The foundation proudly supports DLC's program to serve :
more special needs children with quality chidcare.
This will help our families get back on their feet by giving parents security in
knowing their children are safe, which leads to the opportunity for parents to get
back to work or attend college. DLC is a non-profit program supported through the
United Methodist Church with additional funding from United Way, Jacksonville
Children's Commission, and the Jaquars Foundation. For more information on DLC
Nurse and Learn, go to our website at www.dlcnl.org.
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* Genarlow Wilson's Bond

Black Owned Banks Talk

Black Kids not Swimming


Two of the Nations Oldest Black-Owned


Black N.C. Banks

Open Merger Talks


Genarlow Wilson's Bond Offered


by NY Mutual Funds Manager


Two of the the nation's
oldest black-owned institu-
tions, are talking about join-
ing forces.
M&F Bancorp, the par-
ent of Mechanics and
,Farmers Bank, and Mutual
Community Savings Bank
- both in
Durham, N.C. .
announced this
week that they '.
discussing a pos-
sible merger. Both
banks trace their
roots to black-
owned N.C.
Mutual Insurance
Co. Lucera B
"We're just in of M&F B
the negotiating
stage," said Lucera Blount
Parker, marketing director
at M&F. "We are negotiat-
ing the terms. There has
been no agreement, and I
can't assure you an agree-
ment will be reached."
William G Smith, CEO-of
Mutual Community con-
curred. Both Smith and
Parker said the banks decid-
ed to disclose the talks
because of worries that
word was leaking out.
Mutual Community is
under pressure from bank
regulators to turn around its
operations and return to
profitability. That pressure
came in the form of a pro-
posed cease-and-desist
order from the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corp.
and the N.C. Office of the
Commissioner of Banks.
During the decades of


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lou
an


Springs Global

Ends 120 Years

Manufacturing

in S. Carolina

As the American home
fashions business continues
to dismantle its manufactur-
ing base and move increas-
ingly off-shore, Springs
Global said it will shut
down its South Carolina
bedding manufacturing,
closing its giant Grace com-
plex and its H.W. Close
operation in August.
Home-textile maker


Jim Crow, the two banks
offered a financial lifeline
to African Americans in
Durham and were instru-
mental in helping to create'a
black middle-class. They
also along with N.C.
Mutual anchored a
"Black Wall
Street" that pro-
duced more
black million-
aires than any
other part of the
country, accord-
ing to local histo-
rians.
M&F was
nt Parker founded 100
corp years ago and
opened its doors
in 1908. Today it has assets
of $262 million and oper-
ates nine branch offices in
Durham, Raleigh, Charlotte
and Winston-Salem.
M&F has been under
new leadership since
January, when Kim D.
Saunders was named presi-
dent She previously was
CEO of Consolidated Bank
& Trust Co. in Richmond.
Mutual, founded 86
years ago, has $93.8 million
in assets and operates three
branches in Durham and
one in Greensboro. One
Durham office in
Northgate Mall is sched-
uled to close in August as
part of a cost-cutting effort.
Mutual called 2006 the
"most challenging" year in
its history after it lost
$846,729, on top of losses
totaling $384,236 in 2005. .


Springs Global is ending a
120-year history of manu-
facturing in the Carolinas
with this week's announce-
ment that it will close two
plants, putting 750 people
out of work.
The former Springs
Industries said it will close
the Grace facilities, opened
in 1948 in Lancaster, and
the Close Plant, operating in
Fort Lawn since 1989.
The Close plant makes
comforters and bedding
accessories, while Grace
makes bed fabrics and
sheets.
The Grace complex, was
once the largest finishing
plant under one roof in the


Genarlow Wilson sits in prison despite being a good son,
a good athlete and high school student with a 3.2 GPA. He
never had any criminal trouble. On the day he was to sit for
his SAT test, at seventeen years old, his life changed forev-


He was arrested.
In Douglas County, Georgia
he was accused of inappropriate
sexual acts at a News Year's Eve
party. A jury acquitted him of the
allegation of Rape but convicted
him of Aggravated Child
Molestation for a voluntary act of
oral sex with another teenager.
He was 17, and she was 15.
Along with the label "child
molester" which will require him
throughout his life to be on a sex-
ual offender registry, Genarlow
received a sentence of eleven
years a mandatory 10 years in
prison and 1 year on probation.


Genarlow


On July 1st, the new Romeo
and Juliet law went into effect in
Georgia for any other teen that engages in consensual sexu-
al acts. That change in the law means that no teen prosecut-
ed for consensual oral sex could receive more than a 12
months sentence or be required to register as a sex offender.
Had this law been in effect when Genarlow Wilson was
arrested, Genarlow would not now be in jail.
Genarlow has been incarcerated since February 25, 2005.
A New York City investment fund manager and 10 other
business-people are offering to put up $1 million in bond
money to release Genarlow Wilson from prison pending the
appeal in his child molestation case, Wilson's attorney
announced this afternoon.
Whitney Tilson, the founder of T2 Partners and the
Tilson Mutual Funds, and the 10 other unnamed contribu-
tors are ready to wire the money on Wilson's behalf on 24
hours notice, said Wilson's attorney, B.J. Bernstein.
"The goal of this bond is to help a young man in Georgia
get his life back," Tilson, also a founding member of Teach
for America, said in a prepared statement Bernstein's office
distributed today.
Tilson is out of the country today and could not be imme-
diately reached for comment. But an aide close to him con-
firmed his commitment to Wilson.


world.
The company has been
cutting jobs for years as it,
like the rest of the once
mighty Southern textile
industry, fought a losing
battle with lower cost
imports. In October, for
example, Springs said it
would cut 465 jobs at the
Grace bedding complex.
And last June, Springs
announced 760 S.C. job
cuts.
Springs Global had more
than 15,000 Carolinas
workers as recently as the
mid-1990s. After the shut-
downs, Springs will have
about 700 workers in South
Carolina,


Prior to his launching his investment career in 1999, Mr.
Tilson spent five years working with Harvard Business
School Professor Michael E. Porter studying the competi-
tiveness of inner cities and inner-city-based companies
nationwide. Mr. Tilson and Professor Porter founded the
Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, of which Mr. Tilson
was Executive Director. Mr. Tilson
also led the effort to create ICV
Partners, a national for-profit pri-
vate equity fund focused on minor-
J ity-owned and inner-city business-
es that has raised nearly $500 mil-
lion.
Bernstein is trying to free
l/' Wilson pending an appeal in his
case that is now before the Georgia
Supreme Court. Wilson was sen-
tenced to 10 years in prison for
S receiving oral sex from a 15-year-.
i'.", old girl when he was 17. The age of
consent in Georgia is 16.
Wilson A bond hearing has been set for
July 5. At that hearing, Douglas
County Superior Court Judge
David T. Emerson will consider whether Wilson should be
granted bond based on several criteria, including his risk of
fleeing and his ties to the community.
Wilson's attorneys say that hearing would not be neces-
sary if Douglas County District Attorney David McDade,
whose office originally prosecuted Wilson, would agree to
bond for Wilson.
"Why wait for July 5," Bernstein wrote McDade today.
"Genarlow has no prior offenses, made all previous court
appearances, and is not at risk of flight since he has signifi-
cant ties to the community. His case deserves a signature
only bond or a reasonable bond in the amount of $25,000."
McDade did not immediately respond to a request for
comment today. He has previously said that he was undpcid-
ed about whether he would support or oppose bond for
Wilson.
Meanwhile, Attorney General Thurbert Baker is appeal-
ing a decision in Wilson's case to the Georgia Supreme
Court. In his appeal, Baker says a Monroe County Superior
Court judge overstepped his authority by reducing Wilson's
felony conviction to a misdemeanor and ordering him freed
from prison. Baker, however, has said he does not oppose
bond for Wilson pending the appeal.


Black Kids More Than Twice


as Likely as Whites to Drown


Why don't more blacks
swim?
The numbers are embar-
rassing African
Americans make up less
than 1 percent of competi-
tive swimmers in the United
States.
And alarming: Black
children are more than
twice as likely to drown as
white kids.
The reasons, experts say,
are both concrete inade-


quate s\\inninwg facilities
and instruction in African-
American neighborhoods
- and cultural.
A proposed $-S million
aquatics center which
would be bill, if Chicag.o
hosts the 2016 Olympics,
could help change that situ-
ation, officials say.
Last week, three-time
Olympic medalist Brendan
Hansen, who is white, told a
group of African-American
kids in Chicago, that if they
remained dedicated, they
too might win the gold.
\It's a long shot:
Currently, of the .140 mem-
bers of the elite USA
Swimming national team,
only two are black.
Chicago Parks Supt.
Timothy Mitchell said the


district struggles with a
problem of black parents
who never learned to swim
and don't see it as a priority
for their kids, either.
To combat that, the dis-
trict offers about 60 swim-
ming classes that teach par-
ents and children at the
same time.
Until the civil rights era,
many blacks were discour-
aged from swimming by
whites who didn't want to
share pool water, said John
Cruzat, an African-
American official with
USA Swimming. One
result is a lingering and
multi-generational fear of
drowning among many
blacks, he said.
"We've lost a couple
generations," Cruzat said.


Regional News Briefs

Concord, NC The parent company of Philip
Morris USA -- Cabarrus County's biggest taxpayer, a top
charitable supporter and one of the highest-paying man-
ufacturers in the Charlotte region said Tuesday that it
would close its Concord cigarette plant, where about
2,500 people work.
The pain from the latest closing will be felt for years,
Concord Mayor Scott Padgett said. Philip Morris repre-
sents 13 percent of the city's tax base


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* Formula One Gets a Black Champ


Serena & Venus Go Gold


Thy.7


NBA Draft
A draft that starts on a Thursday night? Apparently no
one at the NBA has been told that weekly Newspapers
are the fastest growing segment on the newspaper mar-
ket, and that Thursday night is when your favorite week-
ly newspaper gets printed. Anyway, let me just say that I
am going to be surprised, make that very surprised, if the
Gators don't put three men in the top ten slots; Horford,
Noah and Green, in that order. And that is a slam dunk.
Now let me go out on a limb with one that's not quite
as sure fired. Everyone puts Greg Oden in a Trailblazer
uniform next year. Well, not everyone. The word is that
Kevin Durant looked much sharper than Oden at drills in
Portland last week. Look for GM Kevin Pritchard to
shock everyone by taking Durant.

Corey Brewer
There is an excellent chance, when all is said and
done, that Brewer might be 'the third-best player in this
draft, although he isn't likely to be drafted third. Corey
could well prove to be the best shooting guard prospect
in the draft.
Most everyone will agree that he is the best defensive
player in the draft. Every comment I have heard or read
about Corey and the pre-draft workouts has been posi-
tive. But the same can be said for Joakim Noah and Al
Horford.
I hope to get to watch some of these young Gator's in
the NBA. and I expect Horford to be in Atlanta and last
but not least, I sure hope Joakim or Corey Brewer will
end up with Charlotte right up the road.

Repeats \
One more repeat in college sports as the Oregon State
Beavers win the College World Series with two straight
over North Carolina. Just as dramatic as the Seminoles
self destruction act at the end of the season, the Beavers
were swept by Arizona in April and by Arizona State in
May. But when the chips were down, the Beavers posted
10 straight to end the season and take the trophy back to
Cotvalis for the second straight year.


Sports News Briefs

Venus Williams opens Wimbledon with come back.
Wimbledon, U.K. Three-time champion Venus
Williams 23rd seed came back from a break down
in the last two sets to avoid a major first-round surprise
Tuesday against a Russian teenager playing her first
match at Wimbledon.
Williams appeared on the brink of defeat, but came
up with big first serves and baseline winners on crucial
points to overcome Alla Kudryavtseva 2-6, 6-3, 7-5 in
nearly two hours on Court 2 -- known as the "Graveyard
of Champions" for its history of upsets

Georgia Tech's Rambling Wreck is Wrecked!
Atlanta, GA -It's a Rambling Wreck from Georgia
Tech, and it will take a hell of an engineer to get it going
again.
The vintage car that has led the football team onto
Grant Field before Yellow Jackets games since 1961
was wrecked for real as it was being towed to Savannah
to be used in a wedding.
Tech officials said Wednesday that they'hope to get
repairs done to the 1930 Model A Sports Coupe mascot
in time for the home opener against Samford.

LeBron James to play for US National Team
Akron, OH LeBron James will wear the red,
white and blue this summer after all.
Cleveland's All-Star forward ended uncertainty
about his status with the U.S. national team on Tuesday
night by saying he will play in next month's FIBA
America's Tournament, where the Americans will try to
qualify for the 2008 Olympics.
"I'm going to play," James told The Associated Press.
"I've had enough time off, and knowing my body more
than anybody, I'm ready to play. I don't know how much
I'm going to play or how extensively, but I'll be ready."
For several months, James had said he was "50-50"
about playing for Team USA this summer. He and his
girlfriend recently had their second son, and with the
Cavaliers making it to the NBA finals, James may have
wanted some extra time off after playing; more than 100
games since last October.
However, the 22-year-old, who played on the U.S.
Olympic team at the 2004 Athens Games and for Ihei
U.S. squad that won a bronze medal at last summer's
world championships, intends to honor his three-year
commitment with USA Basketball.
"It was a long and tough year," James said. "But for
me, if I make a commitment, I want to keep it. I'm a
J \;al g.ll. I committed to three years and I'm going to
hold up my end of the bargain."
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Formula One's First Black


Driver Gets 2nd Straight Win


Rookie sensation Lewis
Hamilton did it again, rac-


ing to his sec-
ond straight
Formula One
victory in last
week's U.S.
Grand Prix.
The victo-
ry, in his first-
ever race in
Indianapolis,
saw the
Briton extend
his lead over
team-mate
Fernando
Alonso in the
title race to 10
points.
The first
Black driver
in Formula
One's 61-year


the third time this season,
but this time the order was


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Lewis Hamilton First Black driver in Formula
One's 61-year history.


history has finished all
seven races this season in
the top three. He now leads
McLaren teammate and
two-time world champion
Fernando Alonso by 10
points in the standings.
The two finished 1-2 for


reversed from Malaysia in
April and last month's race
at Monaco as the 22-year-
old Englishman added this
victory to his inaugural Fl
triumph last week in the
Canadian Grand Prix.
Alonso tried hard to pass


Serena and Venus


Play Wimbledon


With 14K Gold

When Venus and Serena Williams step onto the courts at
Wimbledon this week they may get upstaged:by their own
tennis racquets.
They've been known to go occasionally over-the-top
when it comes to their choice of on-court fashion, but this
being Wimbledon, we know that they'll be suitably attired
in the customary "Wimbledon Whites".
The AELTC may govern the attire of players, there are
no rules in the books about how far a tennis racquet can be
bedazzled.
This year's Wimbledon will see Venus and Serena debut-
ing two new racquets, Wilson (K) Factor Gold Limited-
Edition sticks.
"I can't think of a better place to play with a racket made
with real gold than Wimbledon," said Serena, who won her
second singles title there
in 2003.
"I love the look of this
racket and the fact that
(K) Factor technology
has brought the added
control I was seeking in
my game. It has made a
real difference and could
put me in contention for
the title again."
Serena will play with -I
a pure black racquet and 'r "o
Venus with a pure white d'. ,
version both featuring a
real 22-carat gold leaf ( r
laid into the frame. e 1
Venus is just as excit- Serena and Venus Williams will
ed as her younger sister to sign autograph and donate 10 rac-
try out her new racquet quets for auction by The Breast
specially designed by Cancer Research Foundation
Wilson. (BCRF)
"We both started out
our tennis careers with Wilson rackets and our relationship
with the brand is very special," said Venus, who defeated
Lindsay Davenport in an epic final match for the title in
2005. "But having special edition gold (K) Factor rackets
makes us feel extra unique when we go out on court and
shows just how much Wilson values our playing with their
rackets."
Only 650 of each model of the (K) Factor gold limited-
edition racquets will be available worldwide for sale to the
public this summer at a recommended retail price of $500.
Venus and Serena will each autograph and donate 10 (K)
Factor gold limited-edition racquets for auction by The
Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), a not-for-prof-
it organization founded in 1993 by Evelyn H. Lauder to sup-
port research on breast cancer


his less experienced team-
mate at the start, darting to
the outside and pulling
nearly alongside Hamilton
for a moment, then backing
off anrd diving to the inside
as the leaders squirted
through the first two narrow
turns, a sharp right-hander
and then a left-hander.
Hamilton managed to
stay in front and was able to
continue to fend off the
pressure by the hard-charg-
ing Spaniard to the end of
the. 73-lap event on the
Indianapolis Motor
Speedway's 4.192-kilome-
ter (2.605-mile) road cir-
cuit.
Alonso almost wrested
the lead from Hamilton on
lap 39. He had been dog-
ging the back of his team-
mate's McLaren for several
laps and pulled alongside on
the main straightaway but
was unable to complete the
pass.
As he crossed the line,
Hamilton yelled excitedly
into his radio, "We brought


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Tiger and Sam Alexis

Photographs Released
Tiger Woods' new-born daugh-
ter Sam Alexis has appeared in
front of the cameras for the first, but
certainly not the lasttime.
Tiger's wife Elin gave birth to
the couple's first child eight days
ago on June 18 in Orlando Florida,
less than 24 hours after he finished
second at the US Open on Father's
Day
"Both Elin and Sam are doing
well and resting peacefully,"
Woods wrote soon after the birth. Tiger and Sam Woods
"We want to thank our doctors and the hospital staff for
all their dedicated and hard work. This is truly a special time
in our lives and we look forward to introducing Sam to our
family and friends over the next few weeks. We thank every-
one for their well wishes and continued respect of our priva-
cy."
He's scheduled to host a tournament in Washington, DC,
from July 5-8 and the British Open starts on July 19.


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love you all." He followed
that transmission with ajoy-
ous cackle that brought a
response from his engineer:
"We love you too,
Lewis."
Unlike in Canada, where
Hamilton had to have per-
fect restarts to maintain his
lead after each of the five
full-course caution flags,
Sunday's race was very
clean, with the safety car
remaining behind the pit
wall all day.
Lewis's climb to
Formula, 1 has been fairy-
tale like. From a modest
family in England, with a
white mother and a black
father, Lewis began racing
go-karts at age 8. He went
on to win the McLaren
Mercedes Champions of the
Future series and at age 10
he met Ron Dennis, the
owner and director of the
McLaren Formula 1 team
and told him he wanted to
race in Fl. At 13 years old
McLaren signed Lewis to
its young drivers program
and supported his career
through karting and car rac-
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JUNE 30, 2007 JULY 6, 2007
Source: Black Press of America
4


ARIES
March 21st thru April 19th
Love is always a learning experience
but this week think back over past love
affairs and be sensitive to the fact that
there is a special truth you can discern.
What you know about love can be used
on someone rich and powerful this
week. Matters of the heart and matters
of the mind harmonize.
Soul Affirmation: I exercise to lower
tension this week.
Lucky Numbers: 12, 46, 47


TAURUS
April 20th thru May 20th
Thinking about what to do about your
irritable lover? Make appointments that
will create distance between you and
those you are close to especially your
sweetheart. Let anyone who wishes to
fret be by his or herself. Spend time
with yourself and find pleasant things to
occupy your mind until this week pass-
es.
Soul Affirmation: I love pressure as a
test of how much I can master.
Lucky Numbers: 3, 26, 28

GEMINI
May 21st thru June 21st
Take some time off for family matters.
Work has occupied too much of your
attention. Family matters are not most
in need of your attention. Your attention
is most in need of a focus on the emo-
tional attachments that family relation-
ships involve.
Soul Affirmation: The enjoyment of
good food is high on my agenda this
week.
Lucky Numbers: 3, 8, 9


CANCER
June 22nd thru July 22nd
Use a more diplomatic approach when
you when make constructive comments
to others. Your candid attitude is appre-
ciated but diplomacy will be the key to
ironing out the wrinkles in a delicate sit-
uation. Your financial woes that have
been preoccupying your mind will soon
be over. Feel good about the progress
you've already made.
Soul Affirmation: True friendship is a
mirror into which I look to see the beau-
ty of my inner self.
Lucky Numbers: 25, 39, 46

LEO
July 23rd thru Aug 22nd
Self-pity is not your style. It saps your
energy and makes it hard for you to rise
above whatever it is that has been both-
ering you. Do the usual: consider the
unfortunate situation that arises this
week as a learning opportunity? Learn
well and move out into a brighter psy-
chological space.
Soul Affirmation: With a positive spirit
I co-create 'my week.
Lucky Numbers: 18, 26, 31


VIRGO
Aug 23rd thru Sept 22nd
It's time to let co-workers and bosses
see your astounding ability to organize
tasks and get a lot of things done with
style and grace. You can dazzle col-
leagues this week because things will
fall into place easily for you. Use your
ease to do something important.
Soul Affirmation: I become transpar-
ent. I let others see into my thoughts.


Lucky Numbers: 7, 23, 48


LIBRA
Sept 23rd thru Oct 22nd
Voice your desires to the universe this
week! Articulate your thoughts through a
song a poem a sonnet! You will cause a
stir of stimulation and hope for those
around you. Find a place of solace where
you can meditate and be in harmony with
your true self.
Soul Affirmation: I remain adaptable so
I can deal with changing circumstances.
Lucky Numbers: 5, 13, 30


SCORPIO
Oct 23rd thru Nov 21st
It's a great week to tell somebody you
are close to that you love them. Saying
it aloud gives you energy and of course
your designated adoree will be delight-
ed! Keep the big picture in mind this
week and you'll feel completely buoy-
ant!
Soul Affirmation: Charm is my middle
name this week.
Lucky Numbers: 17, 24, 27



SAGITTARIUS
Nov 22nd thru Dec 21st
Hardly anyone alive learns new skills in
an instant so cut yourself some slack if
you feel you've made a beginner's mis-
take somewhere. Mistakes are part of
the learning process that is called Life
so self-correct and proceed with happi-
ness.
Soul Affirmation: This week family is
the source of my joy.
Lucky Numbers: 32, 37, 55



CAPRICORN
Dec 22nd thru Jan 19th
A happy week is in store for sociable
souls. Lots of friends and a party or two
or three will keep your energy bright.
Use caution while driving and watch for
a pleasant surprise or two this week.
Soul Affirmation: Each week is a give
of spirit.
Lucky Numbers: 34, 38, 41


AQUARIUS
Jan 20th thru Feb 18th
Your sense of self is feeling unusually
well-defined. And it is causing you to
look as confident as the lion that you
are. People will notice your regal bear-
ing and noble outlook this week.
Soul Affirmation: This week is a gift
that I deserve.
Lucky Numbers: 23, 50, 53


PIECES
Feb 19th thru March 20th
Busy week as the energy around you
seems super-charged. With everyone
rushing about you will wonder how
you'll get anything done much less the
things you feel you must get done. Not
to worry. Stay calm and flexible and a
way will be found.
Soul Affirmation: The truth is in me. I
bring it forth.
Lucky Numbers: 6, 19, 20


A From Actual Police Reports
ssSHH!
H Did You Hear About?





NOT AT HIS HOUSE An offi-
cer was dispatched to an unveri-
fied 911 call in the 6900 block of
Como Rd. Upon his arrival he met
the victim, Ms. G. The victim stat-
ed that her friend Mr. B, had
kicked her in the arm while push- -
ing her out of his residence. She .:
said that she and the suspect had
been drinking that afternoon. The
officer spoke with the suspect,
and he stated that he and the vic-
tim had a verbal argument over ..
the victim using crack cocaine at
his residence and he was not hav-
ing that. He also said stated that the suspect had fallen down. The suspect did
say that they had been drinking beers. The victim was transported to St.
Vincent's Hospital by Rescue 31. The officer spoke with Dr. DT who indicat-
ed that the victim had no injuries.

THEY DIDN'T FOLLOW THE HOUSE RULES THEY HAD TO GO
- An officer was dispatched to, the 2700 block of West Sandusky Ave in ref-
erence to a disturbance. Upon his arrival, he met with the victim, Ms. W. The
victim advised that the suspect, Mr. Fort and his girlfriend moved'to the area
from Wisconsin about two weeks ago. The victim allowed the couple to stay
at her residence temporary until they could gain employment and a residence.
While they were staying with the victim, the couple were not following the
preset house rules and causing disruption in the victim's residence. This past
weekend, the victim confronted the
couple about these issues and told
them they needed to leave her resi-
Sdence. Now that they have left her
., residence, she said they have been
calling her about some items that
They had left behind. The suspect
S- has threatened to cut the victim's
vehicle tires and damage her resi-
dence unless she immediately
returned the rest of their personal
items. The victim stated that the
suspect has been calling her multi-
ple times a day threatening to dam-
age her personal property. The vic-
tim was issued a State Attorney Case Card and referred to their office to file
charges. The suspect was not available to be interviewed.


Why is the Decline of Marriage So Serious?
There Are Two reasons:

1. The decline of marriage is the problem that drives so many other
problems.
Children raised outside of intact marriages are significantly more likely than
other children to use drugs ...to drop out of school ... to commit crimes ...
to suffer from depression and emotional distress ... to be neglected or
abused ... to be sexually active early ... to commit or consider suicide ... and
later in life to get divorced themselves and to bear children outside of mar-
riage.
The weakening of marriage costs taxpayers billions of dollars in more
jails, welfare payments, medical costs, court costs, remedial education, and
juvenile justice systems and creates untold suffering for millions of chil-
dren and for society as a whole.

2. Marriage is the good that produces so many other goods.
Marriage is linked to higher levels of health and happiness and lower lev-
els of alcohol and drug abuse for both adults and teens. Marriage is a
wealth-creating institution married people earn more, save more, and
build more wealth, compared to people who are single or living together.
There is an inverse relationship between marriage and crime in commu-
nities where marriage is common, crime is much less common. Marriage is
our most pro-child institution. It is our society's best arrangement for helping
children to thrive.

The New Consensus that Marriage, Matters
"A large body of social science research indicates that healthy, married-par-
ent families are an optimal environment for promoting the well-being of chil-


dren. Children raised by both biological parents are less likely than children
raised in single- or step-parent families to be poor, to drop out of school, to
have difficulty finding a job, to become teen parents or to experience emo-
tional or behavioral problems."

- National Council on Family Relations, the nation's largest organization of
family therapists


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A CHILD UNDER THE AGE OF 18)


ORDER FOR PUBLICATION



In this cause, it-appears to the Court from the allegations of the Petition seeing to

adjudicate Tommy Braden is a dependent and neglected child, a copy of which Petition ry be

obtairrd at the Office of the'uvenile Court of Davidson County, Tennessee, at Nashville, t1lt the

whereabouts of the Defendant, Tamara Morgan, mother are unknown and therefore the ordinary

process of law cannot be served upon her. Attorney Jeanah McClure, has aeen appointed by the

court as Guardian at Litan for the minor child, 100 Woodland Street, Nashville, TN 37210.

IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED, that said Defendant enter his appearance hereia on

Augut 14, 2007 at 8:30 A.M., arule day of said Court, and show cause as to why a finding of

Dependency and Neglet should not be entered against her, and that a copy of this Orlar be

published for four consecutive weeks in the Florida Star Newspaper, 5196 Norwood Ave Ste C,

Jakp.onvillea.Florida.
HONORABLE REFEREE CALLOWAY
DAVIDSON COUNT JUVENILE COURT

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Photos 2007 by Andre' B.
Murray/ bernagency.pho-
toreflect.corn
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and. "love" in Swahili.
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Henson has an infec-
tious warmth and gen-
uine personality that is
accented with a pleas-
ing sense of humor. Of
course, we dare not
forget to mention the
obvious fact that she is
sensuously, eye-candy
fine. In 2001, the read-
ers of Black Men's
magazine voted
Henson one of that
year's ten sexiest
women. She is a native
of Washington, DC,
and a 1995 graduate of
Howard University
with a B.A. Degree in
Theatre Arts. Henson
has extensive credits
on both the big and lit-
tle screens. She was a
regular cast member as
inspector Raina
Washington on "The
Division." She was a
ruthless hit woman in
Smokin'Ace" and also
appeared in other big
screen hits such as
Baby Boy, Something
New, and Four
Brothers, to name a
few.
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notable roles was play-
ing a hooker named
Shug in Terrance
Howard's Hustle and
Flow stable. She also
sang the hook in the
movie and on the
soundtrack CD for the


Three-6 Mafia Oscar-
winning hit, "It's Hard
Out Here for a Pimp."
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song live with the group
on the Oscar's broadcast
and the ironic part as she
puts it, "They (a lot of
people in the industry),
didn't even know that I
sang on the Oscars. I'll
walk into a room and
they don't even know
who I am because I look
so different in all of my
roles."
Henson's current
project is the new Focus
Features film Talk To
Me, starring Don
Cheadle as the late
Washington, DC radio
talk show DJ and TV
show host Ralph Waldo
"Petey Greene, Jr. The
film is based on the true
story of Greene who
rose from drug addition,
a prison term and alco-
holism to become a pro-
lific voice on the radio
and TV airwaves during
the tumultuous Black
Power-Civil Rights era
of the 1960's and 1970's
in the Washington, DC.
area. The movie is
scheduled to be released
in July and co-stars
Cedric the Entertainer,
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mike
Epps and Martin Sheen.
Henson plays Greene's
devoted girlfriend
Vernell. At the begin-
ning of the film, this girl
is stone ghetto i.e., igno-
rant, loud, rude, ill-man-
nered and dresses like a
hooker. As the years in
the film go by she does
mature and mellow out.
Henson laughs about


Taraji Henson


playing Vemell in the
beginning and says, "It
was so fun. How many
times have you been in
public and you just want
to drop it like that and
you can't because peo-
ple will say she is crazy.
It was so freeing." In
real life there was no


actual Vemell.
Henson was at her
sexiest best in this film
and the big Afro wigs
were right on the
money to capture the
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By Rych McCain/ feed-
backrycb@sbcglobal. net


Music
Mary J. Blige, Jermaine
"JD" Dupri and Johnta
Austin were the big winners
at this year's ASCAP Rhythm
& Soul Music Awards. Blige
was the show's highlight fea-
ture with the presentation of
the ASCAP Voice of Music
Award. Sean Paul also was
named Reggae Artist of the
Year. Check out the new sin-
gle joint "Fresh" from the
New Grit Boys who members
include ET, Tum Tum &
Trae. They are straight outta
Texas. Also out of the long
horn state by way of Houston,
the TMI Boyz with their new
single out "Swervin" from
their upcoming indie album
"Grindin For A Purpose. "
TV
The CW TV network mar-
keting team walked away
with a grand total of 19 hon-
ors during the annual
Promax/BDA awards. "To
receive this level of over-
whelming recognition, espe-
cially for a new network in its
first year, is a testament to
the hard work, dedication and
effort of the amazing group of


creative executives assem-
bled here at The CW," said
Rick Haskins, Executive
Vice president, Marketing
and Brand Strategy.
Movies
Even Almighty stas
Steve Carell, Morgan
Freeman, Lauren Graham,
John Goodman and Wanda
Sykes. If you were a fan of
Steve Carell in the 40 Year-
Old Virgin, you should love
this film. It is not realistic
at all but it is fun and
funny. Morgan Freeman
plays God who commands
congressman Evan Baxter
(Carell) to build an ark in
preparation for a great
flood. Wanda Sykes is a
great comic relief through-
out the film as usual and
John Goodman is the per-
fect crook congressman
coning, and pulling scams.
This is a film that the entire
family can see.
Hit me up at feedback-
rych@sbcglobal.net
Maat-Hotep!
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S and Blake; we have such a good time
when we're all together."
The occasion will let Arizona-raised


Jordin Sparks

Fourth gala
By Jay Bobbin
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It's America's bi Nhd.l but this year,
it's also another milestone for the
newest \mn ii.cln .Idl "
Jordin Sparks makes one of lir 1irq
major appearances since winning the Fox
talent competition on "Macy's 4th of July
Fireworks Spectacular," the annual holi-
day special NBC televises on Wednesdyy.
"I'm so excited to do this program,"
Sparks says in an appropriately excited
tone. "I have no idea what I'm going to
be doing on it, and right after that, I leave
to start the ('American Idol' concert)
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tour. It's going to be so much fun, I can't
wait to get started on all of it."
F eli, "Id J'l" finalists Blake Lewis and
Melinda Doolittle will perform on the In-
dependence Day show, too. Singers Marti-
na McBride and Joss Stone also are
booked, and Natalie Morales ('Today")
and recent NBC hire Tiki Barber will host.
More than 1,000 shells per minute will be
used for the colorful display over New
York, capped by the so-called "Golden
Mile" that spans the city's skyline.
"It's kind of tripping me out," Sparks
admits. "You watch it on television and
think it's such a big event. 1 love the
Fourth of July. Melinda actually was the
one who told me we were going to be
doing this, and I said, 'What are we go-
ing to (sing)?' She said, 'I have no idea.
We'll talk about it later.' I just love her


Sparks be in one place for a while. She
says that a few weeks ago, "everything
was going so fast, I was like, 'Oh, my
gosh. I really just need to sit down.' So 1
did, and I thought of everything I'd done,
and it all just hit me. It was unbelievable,
and it's still a whirlwind sometimes. It's
just this crazy cycle."
It won't abate with the "American
Idols Live!" tour that launches Friday,
July 6, in Sunrise, Fla., and continues
through late September.
"It's going to be a blast," Spar't., l.- .
"Most of us are going to be doing songs
we.know we can succeed in doing and that
we love to perform. There will be different
groups and duets. I went to the season-four
'Idol' tour, and this is so much different.
It's going to be really intense, so I hope
people come out and see us."


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The Haunt-
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Party in the
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s o m e o n e
else's house.
Based on a
theme-park attraction, -this
2003 comedy stars Eddie
Murphy and Marsha Thoma-
son as married real-estate
agents Jim and Sara. Sara
is invited to check out a
house for a future sale but it
coincides with the family va-
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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 06/18/07
1. Deal or No Deal, Mon., NBC
2. American's Got Talent, NBC
3. CSI:Miami, CBS
4. So YouThink You Can Dance-Wed., FOX
5. Law and Order: SVU, NBC
6. Shark, CBS
7. So YouThink You Can Dance-Thurs., FOX
8. NCIS, CBS
9. Wife Swap, ABC
10. All of Us, CW
Source: Nielsen Media Research


Sunday
8 p.m. on
NBC M
Concert for
Diana: Can
I you believe
it's been a
decade since
the Princess
of Wales
died? It was on Aug. 31,
1997, that Diana, her com-
panion and their driver were
fatally injured in a Paris car
crash. Her sons, Prince
William and Prince Harry, re-
member her with this concert
from Wembley Stadium, held
on what would have been her
46th birthday.


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Friday
1- 10 p.m. on
CBS 4'
S-' NUMBERS:
Hey, anyone
can do the
"stick 'em up
and empty
the cash reg-
ister' thing;
thieves have a better


idea. Don (Rob Morrow) and
his fellow agents investigate
a string of deadly robberies at
restaLurants. The thieves are
using customers' credit cards
to run up charges at a bogus
online store and fill their off-
shore bank accounts.


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Taylor cont'd from D-1
skimpy outfits Henson
relates, "I loved them. I
didn't want to take them
home however. I'm not
really into polyester but
I did love the outfits,
. hair, nails and make-up.
I am so low-mainte-
nance. I only do this (get
made up) when I have to
come talk to you- all [the
press]."
Getting back to her
character Vernell
becoming mature later
in the film, Henson
summarizes, "She had
such a range, she went


so many different places
and I think the turning
point for her and how
she was able to become
the women she ended up
at the end of the film,
was when she reached
her glass ceiling with
Petey. Basically a lot of
women do this; she said
'I need you to be the
man I need you to be.'
She had to cut him off,
go away so he could
realize how much he
needed her so he could
clean his act up. She had
to train him. Once he did
that, it matured her."


How will the women
react to this film?
Henson observes, "I
think they are going to
love it. Every woman
understands that. Every
woman understands get-
ting behind' your man.
Sometimes :we stay too
long but that's what we
do as women. We love
unconditionally. That's a
gift God gave us and us
only. Men don't love
like that and when you
do love it is very seri-
ous."


The Star


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