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

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 20, 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:
UF00028362:00142

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 20, 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:
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Domestic Violence Included


Fire and Injured 2-Year Old


Johnnie Young, 25, Father
and Suspect
Johnnie Young, 25, had
been admitted to a detoxi-
fication facility and his
family and mother of his
two children were not told


that he had left, not
released. His family said
he had been admitted to
the facility because he
had exhibited depression
and other symptoms.
According to reports,
Young went to the home
of his children's mother,
found her sleeping in the
bed with their two chil-
dren and reportedly
began choking her in
front of their two chil-
dren. He grabbed their
two year old daughter
and she ran from the
apartment and police


was called to the Windy
Pines Apartments on
103rd Street for a domes-
tic disturbance. After the
officers arrived, smoke
was observed, the door
was broken down and
they were able to enter.
Inside the closet, Young
was found in the bath-
room on top of his
daughter, Breosha, with
his hands wrapped tight-
ly around her chest. It
was a struggle but the
paramedics were able to
release the two-year old.
Young is charged with


arson and domestic bat-
tery. Breosha is still at
Shands in critical condi-
tion. She suffered from
smoke inhalation. The
mother had -already re-
entered the apartment to
get their three month old
son.
Young's criminal histo-
ry from April 2000
includes three drug
charges, one traffic inci-
dent and three charges of
theft. He is still in police
custody. October is
domestic battery month.


Jobs, More Jobs in City

Mayor Peyton and
JAXPORT's Executive
Director, Rick Ferrin signed
an agreement with the presi-
.. dent of one of the world's
largest container shipping
companies to develop plans
for 'a new container terminal
; ein Jacksonville.
S The proposed terminal
will bring more than $1
billion dollars in annual
economic benefit to the
Tony D. Nelson, Board area, with thousands of
Chairman, JAXPORT and
President, First Coast Black new direct and indirect
Business Investment Corp. jobs.
Tony Nelson was
appointed to JAXPORT's Board in 2001. His compa-
ny is one of seven Florida corporations which provide
loans and technical assistance to black-owned busi-
nesses. See JAXPORT, Page C-3


Farrakhan: Black Men are Endangered


Brunswick House Raid
The Brunswick
Criminal Investigation
Division, with a
search warrant on
Thursday, in the 1700
block of Martin
Luther King Blvd.,
recovered a .22 caliber
Rodney Lamont Cecelia Michelle Domonick Danelie Rossi revolver.
Blake, 32, Suspect West, 42, Suspect Harrison, 30, Arrested were Rodney
Suspect Blake and Cecelia
West, both of
Brunswick, who were charged with possession of marijuana and cocaine with intent
to distribute, within 1000 feet of a school, possessor of a firearm during the commis-
sion of a crime and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. RAID-see A-7

Pastor Dies Wednesday,


The Honorable Louis Farrakhan delivered an
International address during the commemo-
ration of the Historic Million Man MarchlHoly
Day of Atonement on Tuesday, October 16th.


In his address celebrating the 12th
anniversary of the Million Man
March, Nation of Islam leader
Farrakhan said that as the earth with-
ers, so too do black men, who have
little to show for 452 years of
bondage. The minister said "Politics
and the racial environment is threat-
ening the human family." "But black
males, in particular, are endangered.
Our attitudes, our ignorance, our sav-
agery are all lending to a plan -- a
conspiracy to make the black man,
not endangered, but extinct. --If God
doesn't intervene, we will be
extinct."
Minister Farrakhan spoke for more
than two hours on religion, hip-hop,
Farrakhan Continued on A-7


Brenda Priestly-
Jackson, Board
Member


Following
District Elder W. Charles
Mitchell, pastor of St.
Andrews Church of The
Apostolic Faith Church died
on October 10 at the
Southeast Georgia Health
System. Elder Mitchell had
suffered from cancer.
Five days later, on
October 15, his son,
Anthony Charles Mitchell
was killed in Atlanta.
Details of his son's death
has not been released.


Tuesday
Both Elder Mitchell and
his son will share in a
homegoing service on
Saturday morning at 9:30
a.m. at Greater Works
Ministries 4020 Wylly
Avenue, Brunswick with
Suffragan Bishop Calvin
McDaniel presiding.
Burials will following at
Brunswick Memorial
Park Cemetery. There are
many survivors for both.


Some referred to it as a "power struggle" when former
superintendent Wise set to make certain changes in the
Duval County School System. He also accused board mem-
ber Brenda Priestly-Jackson of misconduct and asked for her
resignation. After that move and many saying that "Wise is
not wise," he agreed to resign and the board agreed to pay
him $275K and $160K for Chief of Staff.
Regarding the claims made against Mrs. Priestly-Jackson,
Sthe city attorney cleared her on two of the three claims, On
the third allegation regarding her residence, the attorney said
it appears that that too is not a problem and should be
cleared some time next week.


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Ilr. Enoch Thomas, 100
on October 25, 2007.
Father of Jacqueline
Barrett (Tina)


Girl Struck by SUV
Shykeria Bynes was walking
S'home from school on Moncrief and
West 45th when she was struck by
an oncoming SUV. The six-year-.
old suffered a broken leg and inter-
nal bleeding and injuries to her
Shykeria Bynes, 6 brain. She was still in critical con-
dition at the time of this writing.:
Her mother and others say that the intersection is dan-:
gerous. Shykeria needs your prayers, said her mother.


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'Portland, Maine said that five of the 134 students who6 visited the health center at a
city middle school during 2006-2007, reported having sexual intercourse. All students
in grades 6 through 8, will now have a full range of contraception available to them.
Lights on Afterschool Day
In light of the many benefits and success of afterschool programs for more than 28
million children in the U.S. and many such programs are now forced to close because of
budget cuts, October 18 was declared "Lights on Afterschool Day" with hopes for the pro-
gram to continue. A proclamation was signed for Florida by Governor Crist.

Jacksonville's City Council Election for the Group 2 at large now null and
void
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Republican, was not eligible when he ran for the seat and therefore has set aside
the results. Jabour must apply for a rehearing within ten days or be removed.


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Children around the world
face life-threatening nutrition
problems. The international
child relief organization, Save
the Children, says that each
year, chronic long-term mal-
nutrition contributes to the
deaths of approximately 6.5
million children worldwide.
These are children who just
don't get enough to eat from
day to day. Hunger is a major
concern in America as well,
though less severe and wide-
spread than we find. in some
sub-SaharanAfrican countries.
Yet other children in our rich
nation face quite a different
nutrition problem, one that
imperils the health of millions:
our national epidemic of child-
hood obesity.
The obesity epidemic is
getting worse in the United
States, where we consume
high-fat, high-sugar, high-
calorie diets and live increas-
ingly sedentary lifestyles.
Over the past two decades, the
prevalence of overweight chil-
dren in our nation between
ages 6 and 11 has doubled, and
among teenagers it has tripled.
The annual National Health
and Nutrition Examination
Survey conducted by the
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention found that
about one-third of all
American children 25 mil-
lion are overweight or near-
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need extra nutrients and calo-
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But they are at risk of becom-
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intake is out of balance, that is,
when it exceeds what they
need to sustain their daily
activities, their growth and
their metabolism.
Childhood obesity is a
serious health crisis.
Physicians now find them-
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blood pressure among chil-
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supersized fast food,
omnipresent vending
machines offering snacks,
candies, desserts, soft drinks
and other, high-sugar bever-
ages. After school, children
rather than asking to go out
and play, are sitting on their
bottoms watching television,
playing video games and surf-
ing the Internet. There is a
psychological element to this
problem as well. For some
children, as for many adults,
overeating is a way of coping
with emotional problems,
stress, boredom and negative
social influences.
Minority children are more
likely to be overweight than
White children. According to
recent study findings pub-
lished in the Journal of
Clinical Endocrinology and
Metabolism, 11 percent of
White children are overweight
compared to 25 percent of
Black children.
Preventing childhood obe-
sity begins with something as
simple as mother's milk. The
U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services reports
that breast-fed infants learn to
stop eating when the milk
flow ends and don't pile on
excessive "baby fat." The flow
of milk is more continuous for
formula-fed babies. Beyond
infancy, the means to prevent
obesity are largely in the
hands of the parents and adults
raising children, who buy and
cook the food their families
eat.
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venience foods that are high in
fat, sugar and salt. For many
inner-city residents without
transportation or convenient
supermarkets, this can be a
tough challenge. Parents can
also cut back on sugar and
white carbohydrates like rice,
pasta and bread made from
bleached flour. Low-fat food
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vision set in a child's bedroom.
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your child to keep physically
active. Activity not only bums
calories and keeps a child's
weight down but also builds
strong bones and muscles and
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MUSIC FOR A SUNDAY MORNING October 2007 -
Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville, located at
7405 Arlington Expwy, in Jacksonville. Free and open to the
public SUNDAYS, 10:45 a.m. Sunday, October 21th,
Caroline Sampson, oboe; Henson Markham, harpsichord;
Handel: Oboe Sonata. Sunday, October 28th, Chelsea
Saddler, folksinger 'A strong romantic voice with a great feel
for her songs.' FL Times-Union. For more information, call
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Director. With Controlled Tones, Creative Melodies, and a
variety of Gospel Sounds, The Ambassador Chorale pro-
duces a Spirit filled performance. The award winning per-
formance of The Steel Pan Drummers adds a unique sound to
familiar gospel hymns and songs. To be held Sunday,
October 21st at 3:00 p.m. at the MT. SINAI MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH, located at 2036 Silver St., in
Jacksonville, with Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor. For more infor-
mation, please call 904-354-7249.
GREATER MOUNT VERNON MISSIONARY BAP-
TIST CHURCH is hosting EAST FLORIDA AND
BETHANY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION'S 114th ANNU-
AL SESSION, October 23rd 26th, at 7:30 p.m. nightly.
Moderator Emeritus, Rev. R. L. Wilson, Rev. Dr. Odell
Smith, Jr.; Moderator, Rev. Dr. Kelly E. Brown, Jr., Host
Pastor.
MT. OLIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH, located
at 1319 N. Myrtle Ave. is celebrating 125 YEARS, October
14th, 21st, and 28th. All services begin at 5:00 p.m.
Speakers: 2nd Sunday, October 14th Rev. Darien Bolden;
3rd Sunday, Oct 21st Rev. Eric Lee. For more information,
call (904) 355-0015. Elder Lee Harris, Pastor.
THE SENIOR WOMEN'S MISSIONARY MINISTRY
cordially invites each of you to help us celebrate our Annual
Old-Fashion Musical, Sunday, October 28, 2007 at 3:00 p.m.
at Zion Hope Missionary Baptist Church, located at 2803 W.
Edgewood Ave. This year we are featuring Rev. Frank Evans
and the Clef-Tones, Jerry and the Gospel Caravans, Elite
Mines, and the dramatization of the Glory Train. This will be
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GREATER MOUNT VERNON MISSIONARY BAP-
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Association 114th Annual Session, Octoper 23 26th at 7:30
p.m. nightly. Moderator Emeritus Rev. R. L. Wilson, Rev. Dr.
Odell Smith, Jr. and ModeratorRev. Dr. Kelly E. Brown, Jr.,
Host Pastor.
"CHOIR DAY: A LIVE SESSION IN MUSIC" Enjoy a
live session in music at The 7th Annual Choir Day, present-
ed by The Inspirational Choir of First A.M.E. Church.
Various choirs will be participating at First A.M.E. Church
on Sunday, October 21, 4 p.m. Featured will be Trinity
Presbyterian Church, Palm Coast United Methodist Church,
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Tubman-King Community
Church, and First A.M.E. Church, as well as representatives
from the youth scene, The Worshipers and The Daughters of
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at 4 p.m. Various churches of the city will also share in this
grand celebration. For more information call (904) 598-0510
or (904) 354-8186.
EXODUS BIBLE CHURCH located at 2360 Kings Rd.,
Jacksonville, FL. is having their Women Conference,
October 26, 27, and 28th. The theme: "The Whole'Woman
Within Released Into Destiny." Carl W. Odom, Jr., Pastor
and Founder.
UNITED EFFORT DAY IS COMING TO GREATER
GRANT, located at 5533 Gilchrist Rd. at Sibbald Rd. Rev.
Tony D. Hansberry and The GRANT Family invites you,
your family and friends to PRAISE GOD with us Sunday,
October 21st at 7:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. HYMN Festivat at
8:30 a.m.

Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Emaill
submissions preferred. Send to: info@thefloridastar.com

V," THE ST. MATTHEW BAP-
TIST CHURCH family will.
celebrate their 106th Year
SAnniversary of the church
and 44 wonderful years of
service of their Pastor
SGeorge A. Price, on Sunday,
J.. October 21st during Church
school at 9:30 a.m., Morning
.. Worship 11:00 a.m. with their
S' guess Minister, Pastor
. Emertis, Lynnwood Daye of
Zion Baptist Church from
.. .. Newport News, VA. The 3:00
p.m. message will be deliv-
ered by Pastor Ernie L. Murray of St. Thomas Missionary
Baptist Church, Jacksonville, FL. On Sunday evening at
6:30 p.m., the St. Matthew Baptist Church mass choir will
host a musical concert featuring solist Sister Deloris
Quaranta. They are located at 3731 Moncrief Rd.,
Jacksonville, FL.



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S.-Alnighrn God. Father o' all mercies and gi er of all
S con/ort. Deal graciously we pray lthee.
wit/ those who miourn. that casting e'ver Ca' rat on thee.
* i/ they may know the consolation of th love.
Stihroioglh Jesus Christ our LORD.


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ALMON, Janice, 53, died October 11, 2007.
October 13, 2007. JOHNSON, Lounez, .died
BROOKINS, Lela Mae, October 11, 2007.
83, died October 12, 2007. JOHNSON, Theda B., died
BRYAN, Marie, died octo- October 15, 2007.
ber 12, 2007. KALIKIN, James P., died
BRYANT, Ella Mae, 81, October 12, 2007.
died October 12, 2007. KILPATRICK, Mark,
BULLOCK, Catherine A., died October 12, 2007.
died October 14, 2007. LEWIS, Jerold, Sr., died
COOK, Margaret, 88, died October 14, 2007.
October 14, 2007. LOCKRIDGE, Linda,.
DAVIS, James,died died October 12, 2007.
October 11, 2007. MAPSON, Rev. Jesse W.,
FARMER, Gerald F., died died Oct 14, 2007.
October 14, 2007. MULLEN, George, died
FLETCHER, Eddie, died October 16, 2007.
October 14, 2007. PLA, Bertha, died October
FRAZIER, Estella, 87, 10, 2007.
died October 12, 2007. SQUIRE, Luvenia P., died
FULLER, Cora B, died October 12, 2007.
October 10, 2007. TAYLOR, Charlotte A.,
GAFFNEY, Rena, died died October 12, 2007.
October 14, 2007. WEBB, Lonnie, Jr., 93,


GREEN, Daniel, died October 14, 2007.
October 12, 2007. GA AT S
HILL, Eric, 60, died
October 12, 2007. JACKSON, John Jr., 75,
HOLLIS, Bertha, died died October 8, 2007.
October 15, 20Q7. WELLS, John Wesley, Jr.,
HUFF,. Willie Mae, died, 75, died October 5, 2007.
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The Church Directory

"Come and Worship With Us"

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


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
SFriday
Joy Explosion Ministry 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor

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

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


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH of GOD
"Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don 't
Elder Joseph Rice

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

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


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


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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.
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quc kla, Man\, opt for the Ilnier-
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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
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"In my.over thirty years of experience as an education profession-
al, I have thoroughly enjoyed learning and sharing with people I
have met along the way. I believe it is my r 't"p ',iiilin to be of
service to people and the community, not only Jbr their sake, but
also for my own, because it is the source of my own personal fid-
::fillment. "Arnett Scott Ward
First Coast Native Receives
Very Special Honors
If you were headed west on I-10 a few weeks ago you
may have noticed a bevy of cars headed west also. They
were family members traveling to Chandler, Arizona for a
very BIG occasion honoring their loved one President
SArnette Scott Ward.
President Ward has always been highly regarded in her
hometown of Jacksonville, FL. Following a fantastic and
Illustrious career in the field of education she returned
recently to Arizona where her extensively magnificent
- career roots are and was superbly honored for her contribu-
tions to the tremendous growth of Chandler-Gilbert
SCommunity College of Chandler, Arizona. When President
Ward became provost there were 600 students and a budget
of $600,000. Since then the student body has grown to
15,000 with a budget over $19 million. When she began in
1985 she made her expectations clear to the faculty.
President Ward stated, "I want only your best.' I need you
to teach them like you're teaching a Harvard student, but
with tender, loving care. You've got to love my students. If
you can do that, I'll fight for anything you need." Under
her leadership the school that began as "the little pink col-
lege in the middle of the field developed into a thriving
institution of higher learning providing access to a college
education for thousands of students on an annual basis.
Being the very modest person we all know her as being,
President Ward gives credit to the support of community
leaders and the help of people who believed. However, she
was regarded by others, appropriately so, as a phenomenal
woman. To honor her, the Maricopa Community College
Board of Trustees unanimously approved renaming the
Chandler-Gilbert Performing Arts Center to the Arnett
Scott Ward Performing Arts Center.
President Ward, as the Gilbert Republic columnist
Doug Carroll writes, "Arnett Ward had a memorable first
encounter with Chandler-Gilbert Community College in
1985. "I couldn't find the place", recalled Ward, who had
been appointed as the school's first provost.... "It was
nothing but farmland. I saw cotton in Arizona for the first
time.
President Ward was provost from 19S5 through 1092
%hen she \\as named the first president. A position she held
for ten ears before retiring and serving as an active retiree
for another fi\e ,;ears President Ward and husband John
Ward ha\e full', retired to Tjllahassee, FL \ here their col-
lege courtship and marriage began on the campus of Florida
A. & Mi. Universitai FAMULi. President \ard is also a for-
mer FAMU faculty, member in the area of physical ediuca-
tion and recreation. Her educational credentials include the
A.S. degree from Edward Waters Junior College. Bachelors
of Arts degree from Florida A & MN Un\iersit\ and a
Masters of Arts degree in Education Counseling and
Guidance from Arizona State Uni\ersit:, and post graduate
studies at Har\ rd Uni\ersit\
\Ve all knew President \\ard for her brilliantl\ melod-
ic voice throughout our school and college da, s And she
continues to share that God gi\en talent to this dai In fact
while e she \was in graduate school at Arizona State
Uni\ersit., she occasionally sang jazz and for .,ea.i she
sang at Chandler-Gilbert commencements. It is so fitting
-lhat the building chosen to be named in her honor is the
SPerforming Arts Center.
President Ward received honorable mention b\ Roots
Author Alex Hale\. one of the Outstanding Women in
SArizona. a merit of recognition in education by the Black
Women's Task Force, the Educational Excellence in Higher
-.Education award from the Association of Black Women in
Higher Education. \\oman of the Year b\ the lMesa
Soroptimists. a member of the Golernor's Task Force on
Educational Reform and the recipient of the Golden Heart
of Business Aw\ard from Toda\'s Arizona Women
Magazine. President W\ard has al'a\s shared her musical
:alents in her church. Additional} while in Arizona for the
Building naming honor. President W\ard also received the
Education Award from the East Valle\ Branch NAACP
President Ward and husband John ha\e one son EIra
and a grandson C'ameren Raised bi, ier grandmother.
President \Vard shares that her grandmother instilled in her
,-the beef that higher education \as the best \ia, to
i' impro\e the uthe jlitt of life
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The .-Arnett Scott Ifaird Performing Arts Center of tihe
Chandler Gilbert Conmmunin, College, Chandler,
Arizona. Photo courtesy of The Wards.
Arizona. Photo courtesy of The Wards.


,rs.s. If ird poses with her photo in lobby oJ building named in
her honor. Photo courtesy of The Wards.


(above) ,Mrs. .rnert Scot Ilard with her family on the stage of the
Arnett Scott Iard Performing .rts Center: Photo courtesy ofT The
Iairds.


(to the left) Mrs..- rnett Scott I ard speaks during the building nam-
ing ceremony. Photo courtesy of The Ilards.


rs. .Arnett Scott IIrd with the recipient of the.-Irnett S. Haird S5,.000 Endowed
Scholarship, Engineering Student Elle Chmiouni, his mother Mrs. Zaza Chnouni Ti i
and a Chandler Gilbert Science Instructor. Photo courtesy of The Wards. The Wards with son Elra and former colleague, Photo courtey of The Wards.


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The Star October 20, 2007


* T. I. Still In Jail



0 Hypertension Care An Issue For Non-Whites


T.I. Still in Jail; Girlfriend "Tiny"
Cottles Reportedly Pregnant
Superstar hip-hop artist, T.I. (Clifford Joseph Harris,
Jr.) is still in jail after being arrested over the weekend
for attempting to take possession of unregistered
machine guns and silencers. He was taken into custody
shortly before he was to perform at the BET Hip-hop
awards in his hometown of Atlanta Saturday night.
A federal grand jury indicted T.I. on three federal gun
charges on October 17.
.T.I. is a convicted felon which may make the penal-
ties for his actions more severe. His indictment charges
him with possessing unregistered machine guns and
silencers; unlawfully possessing machine guns; and of
being a convicted felon in possession of firearms. T.I.
allegedly had one of'his bodyguards attempt to purchase
guns and silencers. It is a violation of federal law for a
convicted felon to have another person purchase or
acquire firearms on their behalf.
His longtime girlfriend, Tameka "Tiny" Cottle from
the 1990's girl group Xscape was also arrested along-
side T.I. for possession of marijuana and the popular
club drug ecstasy. She was released the same evening on
her own recognizance. There have been reports that she
;is pregnant with the couple's third child. They have a son
together named Clifford aka 'King' and'were expecting a
daughter (Llayah Amour) to be born in June who died at
stillbirth late night on March 21, 2007. Tiny also has
another daughter Zonnique that T.I. claims. He has three
other children: Messiah Harris (son), Domani Harris
(son), and Deyjah Harris (daughter).
At the time he was being arrested, ATF agents were
searching his home and found six guns, some of them
loaded. All of T.I.'s children were all home at the time of
the raid.
According to photographer Clifford Harris Jr. could
be released on Friday on house arrest while his impend-
ing charges are investigated. He was denied bond and is
set to appear in court the same for the weapons charges.
He was scheduled to appear at a Fayettville State
University homecoming concert this week but has been
replaced by Young Jeezy.
T.I. currently has a role alongside Denzel Washington
in the movie American Gangster. The movie premieres
Friday.
"His defense team includes more high-profile lawyers
Ed Garland and Don Samuel, whose past clients include
NFL star Ray Lewis and millionaire investor James
Sullivan. T.I. is also the executive producer as well as the
Co-CEO of Grand Hustle Records.


Florida Non-Whites With Hypertension Less Likely to Receive Hospital Care


By Lisa Zink,
Health Behavior News
Service

Even though more
African-Americans
patients reported get-
ting a diagnosis of
hypertension in
Florida in 2001, they
were less likely to
receive hospital care
than whites were,
according to a new
study.
However, non-
whites were more
likely to have hospi-
talizations for high
blood pressure emer-
gencies than whites
were.
"It could be that
black and Hispanic
patients wait until it's
too late," to go to the
hospital, said study
author WayWay
Hlaing Ph.D., of the
department of epi-
demiology and statis-
tics at Florida
International
University,
Of all patients -
emergency and non-
emergency hospi-
talized at Florida hos-
pitals fdr high blood
pressure problems,
57.1 percent were
whites, 28.6 percent
were African-
Americans and 14.3
percent were
Hispanics.
Hospitals dis-
charged more whites
to another facility
than they did the
African-American and
Hispanic patients, but
hospitals discharged
the majority of
patients in all three


groups to home.
The study of 7,102
patients revealed sig-
nificant differences in
length of stay, dis-
charge status and
insurance type among
the three racial/ethnic
groups.
The proportions of
emergency admis-
sions were substan-
tially higher for
Hispanics and
African-Americans.
Hospitals admitted
more than 75 percent
of African-American
patients in this study
emergently, along
with 73 percent of
Hispanic patients.
Comparatively, hospi-
tals admitted a little
over 64 percent of
white patients for
emergency reasons.
African-Americans
and Hispanics were
also more likely to be
under- or uninsured
than whites, accord-
ing to the study in the
Summer 2007 issue of
the journal Ethnicity
& Disease.
"Insurance status
or lack thereof among
minority patients may
likely be the reason
for lowered utiliza-
tion and access to pre-
ventive care," said
Hlaing.
"The findings that
non-Hispanic whites
were more likely to be
hospitalized than
blacks and Hispanics,


despite that blacks
tend to have the high-
est prevalence of
hypertension, point us
right to the findings
of the Institute of
Medicine's report
from 2002," said
Luisa Borrell, Ph.D.,
referencing the
report, "Unequal
T r ea t m e n t
Confronting Racial
and Ethnic Disparities
in Health Care."
"Simply put, the
treatment provided is
not matching the pop-
ulation needs," said
Borrell, an assistant
professor in the epi-
demiology depart-
ment at the Mailman
School of Public
Health, Columbia
University. She was
not involved with this
study.
"Equal access to
preventive care via
universal insurance
coverage may lessen
the disparity," Hlaing
suggested. "However,
health education pro-
grams to increase
awareness of the dis-
ease process and its
complications and
knowledge of disease
management are also
necessary to reduce
the disparity in health
outcomes."


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Farrakhan Continued from A-1
politics and the perception that some successful blacks are being propped up by
non-blacks and are refusing to help other blacks because they feel such assistance
may cause them to lose their status. The minister said we must find a better way of
addressing the problems of our people.
Minister Farrakhan said that 37 million people are living in poverty and one-third
of that number are black. He further stated that blacks are going to prison four times
the rate that blacks did in South Africa during apartheid. He also said that 340,000
blacks are homeless in America on any given night.
The anniversary was attended by many, including Rev. Dr. Charles Steele, presi-
dent of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference who told the audience that
the Nation of Islam leader, Farrakhan, inspired him.

RAID Continued from A-1

Five days later, the Narcotics Enforcement Team conducted a search warrant in
the 2400 block of Blain Street where they recovered an AK47 assault rifle, a .40
caliber pistol and a 9mm pistol. Domonick Harrison, 30, was arrested and charged
with theft by receiving stolen property.
Brunswick has vowed that they will not tolerate drugs, gangs and murders. Sgt.
Murray said the gun bounty program is working for their city and they are still
searching for an AKM-47 assault rifle that was removed from a storage facility late
August. He said that criminals covet AK-47s for their firing power and violent
prestige in the streets. So far, they have recovered 7 weapons through the Gun
Bounty Program and paid out about $3,000 for information from various sources
that has assisted in the recoveries. The officers said that raids, traffic stops and the
Gun Bounty Program has been a great help to them in removing guns from the
streets.
The city is also working to get rid of and prevent the growth of gangs. Even
though there is not a large number of gangs in the city right now, experts have told
them that Brunswick is a city that would attract the growth of gangs. They want to.
stop the growth before it really begins and are using as many strategies as possible
to aid them in their effort to eliminate the expansion of and limit the city of drugs,
murders, theft, and all forms of criminal activities. Their goal is to make Brunswick
a genuine "safe" place to live and visit.


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Many of Jacksonville's citizens have been complaining about ethnics in
Jacksonville. The Jacksonville Ethics Commission announces an opening for a new
member of the Commission. The Commission provides a forum for discussion of
government ethics issues, development of ethics training programs and the propos-
al of ethnics legislation to the City Council. Please see www.coj.net (search
"ethics") and submit your resume and a letter on why you want to be a member of
the commission to Christine Lyle at clyle@coj.net by November 1, 2007.
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The U.S. Sentencing Commission released its report on the estimated impact of the retroac-
tive application of the so-called "crack minus two" guideline amendment it sent to Congress
last May. The figures are significant and provide new hope that nearly 20,000 prisoners
serving sentences for crack cocaine offenses could see their sentences reduced by an aver-
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Number of crack prisoners eligible to benefit from the amendment: 19,500
Average sentence reductions of all eligible prisoners: 27 months
4,776 prisoners would receive reductions of 12 months or less
5,829 prisoners would receive reductions of between 13 and 24 -months
3,112 prisoners would receive reductions of between 25 and 36 months
1,644 prisoners would receive reductions of between 37 and 48 months
1,315 prisoners would receive sentence reductions of 49 months or more
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by retroactivity: 2,520 The crack cocaine amendment is not yet retroactive. The
Sentencing Commission will vote sometime this fall on whether to make the amendment
retroactive.
Quick review of 2007 crack amendment
On May 1, 2007, the Sentencing Commission sent to Congress a guideline amendment
that proposed-to reduce crack cocaine sentences by lowering base offense levels for all
crack cocaine convictions by two levels. For instance, drug quantities that formerly trig-
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persuade the Sentencing Commission to make the new crack guideline retroactive so it
could benefit eligible crack prisoners. Fairness dictates the changes apply to prisoners serv-
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most expensive when you
first move in. All the basics
you usually have on hand,
like olive oil, salt, sugar
and toilet paper, need to be
stocked in your new place.
Adjust your budget to
spend $20 to $40 more dur-
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cery store.


Grocery shopping won't
always be as expensive as
when you first stock your
new place.
Shop at Different
Stores:
Sure, it's convenient to
get all your shopping done
at one store, but extra time
stopping at a few stores
could save you money. Flip
through the advertisements
each store sends to compare
prices. You may find that
the little mom-and-pop
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ter quality-produce than
the big chain grocery store.
Does one store have spe-


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coupon day? Remember,
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Shop around.
Don't buy things like
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aspirin, school supplies and.
other non-grocery items at
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avoid purchasing grocery
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where they usually have
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items with them. Wholesale
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things, but don't assume all
items are good deals. Bring
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figure out if a case of cere-


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price than an individual
box, divide the cost by the
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those audiences a voice ers, and represents a
on the issues that con- thoughtful, in depth look
cern them. at his policies. All
Senator Obama's together, it is the Obama
profile includes an active campaign's most com-
question and answer prehensive engagement


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updated blogs, behind- work. As. a result of
the-scenes photos and CCI's targeted plat-
new videos from the forms, candidates are
campaign trail. The pro- able to drill down the
file is updated directly issues that resonate
by his official campaign- among specific, demo-


graphics, allowing for
robust profile pages.
O n e
BlackPlanet.com mem-
ber posted, "I don't nor-
mally vote, but if it will
help put you [Obama] in
office, I will start. I think
you [Obama] are one of
the most qualified candi-
dates in the running and
it's not just because you
are black, it's because
you stand up for what is
right and would make a
great leader of this coun-
try."
Barack Obama's
campaign approached
BlackPlanet.com
because the site has con-
sistently driven traffic to
the campaign's official
site. Senator Obama's
profile was initially cre-
ated in an effort to
engage the sites' 16 mil-
lion African Americans


60% of
MiGente.com members
are likely to vote in the
2008 election (poll con-
ducted on 10.10.07).
Madati continues,
"Senator Obama's pro-
files on our sites exem-
plify the best of online
grassroots campaigning
today. Politics has
always been a grassroots
endeavor technology
and social networking
amplify the reach and
the engagement for a
politician. It flattens the
world without diluting
or misconstruing the
message. Presidential
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ComScore). Its sites,
BlackPlanet. com,
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AsianAve.corm,
GLEE.com, and
Faithbase.com, present
marketers with a target-
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U.S. multicultural audi-
ences. Its proprietary
technology .platform
provides members with
the most user-friendly
tools to connect with
members of their com-
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Oh-So-Delicious Oatmeal
Prep time: about 10 minutes
Ingredients:
1 c. water
1/2 c. rolled oats
dash of salt
1/4 c. applesauce
pinch of cinnamon
2 tsp. brown sugar
Utensils:,


cooking pot
measuring cups and spoons
mixing spoon
serving bowl
Directions:
1. Pour the water, oats, and salt into a medium-size
pot on the stovetop.
2. Heat the mixture until it boils, then turn the heat to
low.
3. Using a wooden spoon, stir in the applesauce and
cinnamon.
4> Cook on low heat and continue to stir the mixture
for 5 minutes.
5. Pour the oatmeal into a bowl and sprinkle the
brown sugar on top.
6. Allow the oatmeal to cool for a minute before dig-
ging in.


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4 pears (about 2 lbs.), peeled, cored and diced
1 C. sugar
1/2 C. vegetable oil
2 eggs, beaten
2 t. vanilla
2 C. flour
2 t. baking soda
2 t. cinnamon
1 t. nutmeg
1 t. salt
1 C. raisins
1 C. chopped walnuts
Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 3250 F.
2. Prepare 18 muffin cups.
3. Mix pears and sugar in medium bowl. Blend oil,
eggs, and vanilla in large bowl. Combine flour,
baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt in anoth-
er medium bowl.
4. Stir pear mixture into egg mixture; mix in dry
ingredients. Fold in raisins and walnuts; do not
overmix.
5. Divide batter among cups. Bake 25 30 minutes
at 3250 F.


Caramel Crunchies
1 C. butter
2/3 C. sugar
1 1/2 C. flour
3 C. apple cinnamon toasted oats cereal
1/2 t. baking soda
1/8 t. salt
1 C. chopped pecans
16 caramels
1/4 C. milk
Directions:
1. Heat oven to 3500 F. Grease a 9-by-13-inch baking pan. Set aside.
2. Combine butter, sugar, flour, cereal, baking soda and salt. Beat with a mixer
set on low speed until well-combined. Press' into baking pan. Sprinkle with
pecans, pressing them lightly into the batter. Bake 20 to 25 minutes, or until
lightly browned.
3. Meanwhile, in. a double boiler, melt caramels and milk. When bars are
removed, drizzle with caramel mixture.


Makes about 24 cookies.


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REALITY CHECK: Girls Get Inside Look At What
Really Goes On Behind The Scenes In Hollywood


(NAPSI)- It is time
to give girls a reality
check about what really
goes on behind the
scenes in Hollywood.
The onslaught of mes-
sages and images they
constantly receive sets
an unrealistic standard
of beauty. The Dove
Campaign for Real
Beauty is teaming up
with the entertainment
industry to educate
girls about what images
are real -versus
Hollywood magic. This
is especially relevant as
girls today are measur-
ing themselves against
impossible beauty
ideals.
Low Self-Esteem
Linked To "Perfect"
Ideals
According to a
recent survey conduct-
ed by the Dove Self-
Esteem Fund and
Seventeen, more than
four in 10 girls and
young women only see
their flaws when they
look in the mirror. This
is not surprising, con-
sidering more than half
of girls and young
women say they get
ideas for the way they
want their bodies to
look from celebrities
and media, and 56 per-
cent of girls and young
women believe celebri-
ties tend to have perfect
bodies.
"Girls are increas-
ingly .looking to
celebrities as their role
models because they
are widely celebrated
in media and society,"


commented Ann
Kearney-Cooke, Ph.D.,
licensed psychologist
and distinguished
scholar for the
Partnership for
Women's Health at
Columbia University.
"Girls take away the
message that these
images represent a
societal norm, and as a
result punish them-
selves for not living up
to impossible beauty
ideals. The cycle con-
tinues to intensify as
these perceived flaw-
less images further
inundate the media."
Dove released a
new viral film,
"Onslaught," to visual-
ly dramatize this issue.
and provoke a call-to-
action among mentors
and role models. The
goal is to help girls
appreciate their own
unique beauty in the
context of what they
are seeing.
Reality Takes
Center Stage
It is important for
girls to realize that
what they see in
movies and magazines
represents an unrealis-
tic standard of beauty,
not an everyday
achievable look. As
part of its global com-
mitment to build self-
esteem in girls, the
Dove Self-Esteem
Fund is sponsoring
self-esteem building
workshops with Step
Up Women's Network,
a national nonprofit
membership organiza-


tion dedicated to
strengthening commu-
nity resources for
women and girls.
Together, they are
giving girls a reality
check about how the
seemingly "perfect"
Hollywood look is cre-
ated and hopefully
inspiring girls to think
about their beauty role
models in a new way.
During these work-
shops, celebrities and
self-esteem experts
reveal secrets about
how the big screen and
cover shots are pro-
duced, including
details about the armies
of stylists, makeup
artists, photographers,
and staging and com-
puter technicians who
work behind the
scenes. Jessica Weiner,
self-esteem expert and
best-selling author, will
lead each session and
offer advice about
interpreting the multi-
tude of messages.
Notable female celebri-
ties are volunteering
their time to speak with
girls and share their
personal perspectives.
A New Generation
Of Fans
"Girls today are
exposed to more
images from
Hollywood and media
than past generations,"
said Weiner, self-
esteem expert and
global ambassador for
the Dove Self-Esteem
Fund. "These images
that convey messages
about beauty can


impact self-esteem.
Mothers, mentors and
friends can help change
girls' perceptions with
positive, self-esteem
building discussions
and activities."
The Dove Self-
Esteem Fund set a new
goal to reach 5 million
girls globally by 2010
with self-esteem build-
ing programming.
Moms, mentors and
girls can find valuable,
self-esteem building


tools, behind-the-
scenes footage from the
celebrity workshops
and the viral film,
"Onslaught" at cam
.paignforrealbeauty.co9
m. Also online, real
girls reveal personal
stories about how they
navigate real self-
esteem issues in their
daily lives. All girls can
participate by sharing
their own experiences,
asking questions and
hearing from experts.


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Five Tips to everything handed to them. Noble. We need to snow
Encourage Responsibility Children today believe the kids from an early age that
in Children good things in life should we have expectations of
They've been raised in be theirs for the taking, them. Elementary age
an age of excess consump- What they are not being children are capable of
tion, where plastic surgery taught is the reality of the learning to do chores
and flashy cars are doled situation: you must actual- around the house and the
_out as high school gradua- ly WORK for them! responsibility level should
tion gifts. Some experts Dr. Terry Noble, increase as they mature."
say catering to kids' self- author of the new book, What steps can be
esteem instead of teaching "Starting at Sea Level," taken to instill responsibil-
them about responsibility (Foggy River Books, ity into our disillusioned
has left them poorly 2007) shares parents' con- youth? Here are Five Easy
equipped to deal with cerns. He believes today's Tips that will help you
adulthood. Armed with cell generation would benefit guide them in the right
phones, laptops and their from doing some real direction:
parents' cash, they have a work. "Too many kids 1. Cut Their
sense of entitlement like no today are being coddled, Allowance to Zero
generation before them. accomplishing nothing and Taking away your
Parents are quickly conning their parents into child's allowance lets them
tiring of their children's taking care of them until know that you are not a
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earn their pocket money
themselves.
2. Whatever
Happened to Chores?
Instead of lining your
children's pockets for con-
tributing nothing to the
household, why not pay
them for cutting the lawn,
taking out the garbage or
sweeping the porch?
3. Give Them
Responsibility at a Young
Age
Children are chomping
at the bit for some respon-
sibility by the ages of 8
and 9. Why not teach them
responsibility with jobs
that they can handle such
as putting away the dishes
and clearing the table after
a meal?
4. Get Them
Moving
What are they learning
sitting on the sofa?!


Getting kids away from the
television and video games
will help them not only
with their physical health,
but will also force them to
interact with their peers... a
skill that seems' to be on
the decline in our "virtual"
world.
5. Be a Positive Role
Model
Children lack suitable
role models, mostly due to
everyone being so darn
busy. Lead your child by
example taking the time
to listen to their daily lives
will translate into them
caring about others.
Remember, your kids
won't be kids forever. The
time you spend showing
them responsibility shapes
not only their adulthood,
but also the future values
they'll pass down to their
own children someday.






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this wonderful and rare ceremony introducing
Retiree Yvonne Brooks, her family and special
guests. A retirement of 37 years is as rare as a 50
year wedding anniversary. It's not something
that you witness too often. But, Yvonne Brooks
knew that she had landed the perfect position
with BlueCross/BlueShield when she first started working there. And, now that 37 long years have passed, Yvonne is
ready to see what life is after retirement and she deserves the best that it has to give.
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company. Darnell Smith, Sr. Vice President, presented a company gift and badge to
Yvonne, Council Person At-Large, Group 5, Glorious J. Johnson provided a Special
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ASK veanna: is an auvice column rnouwn jur us i
fearless approach to reality-based subjects! I

Dear Deanna!
My nephew has left for college and has completely lost his
mind. When he lived at home he was quiet, mild mannered and
well behaved. I hardly know him now that he's away from
home. He's still underage but he drinks, has tattoos and has
become loud and rude. My sister simply turns her head and
says he's an adult and I should mind my business. Is this nor-
mal when kids go off to college or should I intervene and get him back on track?
Loving Aunt (San Bernardino, CA)
Dear Aunt:
You may be messing in business that doesn't belong to you. Your nephew is an adult and his
parents don't have any issues with his lifestyle and maybe you should do the same. If he's
still in college, getting good grades and staying. out of trouble, then he's fine. You can't
impose your expectations on him but you can caution him about the drinking and any moral
issues. In other words, accept his newfound adult hood and be there with gentle guidance.


Dear Deanna!
I have a platonic relationship with a male friend of four years but my fiance doesn't like it.
He has begun making hints that I've slept with my friend and accusing me of lying to him.
I've only known my fiance for two years and if I had to choose between the two men, I
would choose my friend. How can I convince my fiance that we're only friends and that
nothing is going on? This is becoming stressful because I love both men and want them in
my life. Help?
Sharon (San Antonio, TX)

Dear Sharon:
Your future husband is jealous of your relationship with your male friend. It's your respon-
sibility to find balance as you seek to have both relationships. Invite your husband to be part
of the friendship so he can understand and be more open minded. Also be mindful of your
platonic friendship to make sure you're not giving your fiance reasons to complain. If things
don't improve after the air is clear, you fiance has issues you certainly need to explore.
$*****************
Dear Deanna!
I met a guy that I thought was really interested in me. I helped him get employment at my
company, helped with his bills and paid child support for him. As soon as things started look-
ing up for him, our relationship changed. Things hit the fan when he got a promotion and
moved into another department. He is now telling me that he's focused on improving his life
instead of dating me. I heard that he's dating someone else in the company. What do I do?
Crying and Miserable (On-Line Reader)

Dear Miserable:
You set yourself up by confusing help with being used and also giving up your money. You
never should mix business with pleasure because it's a guaranteed recipe for pain. He used
you to get ahead and you can see early on that he's leaving you behind. If you heard that he's
dating someone on the job, it's probably true. You can't do anything other than move on, be
glad that you got out early and pray for the new lady who will be his next sucker.

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


Charitable Contributions


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New recordkeeping requirements for cash contribu-
tions for 2007 Tax year. You cannot deduct a cash con-
tribution, regardless of the amount, unless you keep as a
record of the contribution a bank record (such as a can-
celed check, a bank copy of a canceled check, or a bank
statement containing the name of the charity, the date, Dee Woods
and the amount) or a written communication from the
charity. The written communication must include the name of the charity,
date of the contribution, and amount of the contribution. For more informa-
tion, see Publication 526, Charitable Contributions.


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Diagnosing and Treating Ectopic Pregnancy


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By Kenneth L. Noller, MD
President,
The American College of
Obstetricians and
Gynecologists


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\, every 50 preg-
nancies are ectopic
',*m (sometimes called
tubal) in the US,
and it is the leading cause of pregnancy-
related death during the first three months
of pregnancy.

Ectopic pregnancy occurs when a
fertilized egg implants itself in a woman's
fallopian tube, or elsewhere in the
abdomen, instead of the uterus. Because
it takes place outside the uterus, the
pregnancy will not progress as it would
naturally and must be removed.

The No. 1 risk factor for an ectopic
pregnancy is a prior case of pelvic
inflammatory disease, especially when
caused by a current or previous chlamydia
infection. Other risk factors include prior
ectopic pregnancy or tubal surgery,
Cigarette smoking, a woman's exposure to
diethylstilbestrol, past infertility, and
increasing age.

You may feel the effects of an ectopic
pregnancy before you know that you are
pregnant. If you are sexually active and of
childbearing age, call your doctor if you
experience abnormal vaginal bleeding (not
related to a menstrual period) or sudden
or sharp abdominal or pelvic pain that
aches without relief or that seems to come
and go. If your fallopian tube bursts, blood
may build up in the abdomen, causing
pain in the shoulder or weakness,
dizziness, or fainting from blood log.


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To diagnose an ectopic pregnancy, your
doctor may perform a pelvic exam or an
ultrasound, give you a blood test to detect
pregnancy hormones, or take your blood
pressure (low blood pressure may be a
sign of internal bleeding).

If an ectopic pregnancy is caught early
enough, you and your doctor may be able
to choose a treatment that will save the
affected tube before it bursts and possibly
preserve your future fertility.

You may be given the drug methotrexate,
which will stop the pregnancy and allow
the body to absorb it over time. Small
ectopic pregnancies also can be removed
surgically. During surgery, your doctor can
check for and treat any internal bleeding.
Your doctor may be able to repair a
fallopian tube that has not been too
extensively damaged, providing a good
chance that you will be able to have a
healthy pregnancy later.
If the fallopian tube ruptures, however, it is
an emergency. You may be bleeding
heavily, and immediate surgery to remove
the affected tube will be necessary.

Women who have had an ectopic
pregnancy should allow time for both
physical and emotional healing.
Counseling may help you and your partner
in the grieving process. Ask your doctor to
assist you in finding appropriate
counselors or support groups.

For more information, the Patient
Education Pamphlet "Ectopic Pregnancy"
is available in English and Spanish at
www.acog.org/publications/
patient_education. $


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FORGIVENESS
Ester Davis'
ReligionAndSpirituality.com


No Future With Out Forgiveness: A 12-Step Process by
Dr Michael Byrd, Ph.D., Authorhouse, 2004, 108 pages


Dr. Byrd sent me a copy of his book about six months "Awi. w .VI
ago, and it is the most profound accounting of purpose in a 12-step process on for-
giveness. This little book of 108 pages captured my mind with association and rev-
elation.
Dr. Michael Byrd, a formidable man, holds a Ph.D. in theocentric psycholo-
gy, a master's in religious education, a bachelor of arts in physical education. For
many years he has held certifications in challenge course facilitation, and is state
board certified as an alcohol and drug abuse counselor. Dr. Byrd is further a board
certified belief therapist counselor, a member of the American Society of Christian
Therapists, a certified marriage and family therapist and is licensed as an addiction
counselor in belief therapy.
His book "No Future With Out Forgiveness" is compelling. It is designed to
help set people free from past hurts and the "unforgivens" that trap in self-defeat-
ing behaviors. Without acknowledging and forgiving, you cannot move on to reach
your righteous potential.
More and more people are "stuck" in senseless, inane, ridiculous, ludicrous,
illogical, scatterbrained, narrow-minded craziness that lasts from 10 years to a life-
time. So, they wallow in "quicksand," not knowing that all that is needed is a 12-
step walk toward forgiveness. For close to 30 years, Dr. Byrd has primarily coun-
seled in the public school setting, church ministry and outreach. As a guest on my
show, he reiterated that however painful our experiences in life are, they are a
reflection of something we need to know about. There is a purpose behind the
madness, drama and "Goliath" pain that disturb the peace in our mind and body.
I asked, "What are the medical benefits of forgiveness?" It is well document-
ed that some cases of physical illnesses will not heal, not from lack of the proper
medicines but because of the locks on the mind, will and the attitude of bitterness.
Unresolved hurts are the making of the "twilight zone" for anger management later
in life. So many of our young are mentally impaired and unable to give up their
resentments; thus, are sentenced to a life of managing the malice and coping with
exonerating themselves. Exoneration and self-examination ultimately lead to a
more successful life, vs. the violence that is becoming more violent, and self-sab-
otage we are all too familiar with. The book is well done, and I hope he will enter-
tain a sequel.
You are invited to contact Dr. Michael Byrd at
Pastor_Mike@LivingWordofGod.net, or 817-431-1738. He has traveled across
the state of Texas as a lecturer and conference speaker on many topics in his book.
Dr. Byrd loves people, and because he himself has experienced the life-chang-
ing power of God, he wants others to know and experience the same positive
impact in their own lives. After all, forgiveness is a recipe for peace and calm in
your heart and mind. So, go for it! Let it go! Kiss and make up! Live long. Be
happy. Be better, not bitter.

Ester Davis is a writer and television producer. She can be reached at
host@esterdavis.com. Copyright 2007 by Ester Davis.

Five Questions and Answers about Public Notices -

Public notices published in newspapers provide citizens a window into gov-
ernment. Most of the information for the following questions and answers comes
from the booklet "Public Notice: An American Tradition, An Examination of the
Role of Newspapers in Public Notice," published by the Public Notice Resource
Center and American Court & Commercial Newspapers.
1) What is a public notice?
A public notice' is information informing citizens of government or govern-
ment-related activities that affect citizens' everyday lives. *
2) Why do we need public notices?
An important premise found in both federal and local governments is that
information about government activities must be accessible in order for the elec-
torate to make well-informed decisions. Public notices in newspapers provide
this sort of accessibility to citizens who want to know more about government
activities.
3) What is the history of public notices?
The history of public notice begins long before the emergence of newspa-
pers. The concept has existed since early civilizations posted notices in public
squares. This crude method was eventually refined with the publication of the
first publication of the first English language newspaper in 1665 a court news-
paper called The Oxford Gazette.
In America, the Acts of the First Session of the First Congress in 1789
required that all bills, orders, resolutions and congressional votes be published
in at least three publicly available newspapers.
Upholding the public's right to know has been essential to our country's way
of life since day one. Our government governs with the consent of people, and
this consent must be informed.
4) What are some examples of a public notices?
There are many kinds of public notices. Publication of proposed budgets for
local governments, notices of local government hearings, bid notices, board and
agency meeting minutes and pre-election notices are just a few examples.
5) Are newspapers the most effective vehicle for public notices?
Public notices published in newspapers ensures readership by those most
likely to be interested in or affected by the notices. Plus, the notices arrive at
readers' homes or places of work in a newspaper filled with local news and infor-
mation that compels readership.
Newspapers are paid to publish public notices, which guarantees that valu-
able newspaper space will be devoted to notifying the public. The system works
the same way in which qualified vendors are paid to provide goods and services
to government entities, such as contractors who build schools and roads or an
office supplies store that wins a bid to sell office supplies to a government
agency.
In recent years, some have questioned the need to publish notices in local
newspapers, saying that the Internet has become so widely used that it repre-
sents a better way of informing the public. The Internet can play a role in a bet-
ter informed citizenry, but public notices buried in government Web sites cannot


replace the value delivered by newspapers. The permanence, stability and inde-
pendent verification offered by publication of public notices in newspapers
ensure citizens have access to bonafide, trusted information about the business
of government.


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JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 18, 2007 Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) and
Mayor John Peyton announced today the signing of an initial agreement with Hanjin
Shipping Co., Ltd. to develop a $360 million container terminal in Jacksonville. The
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) allows JAXPORT and Hanjin to move forward on
contract negotiations regarding- construction, financing and operations of the facility. The
MOU was signed by all three parties today in a ceremony at the Hanjin headquarters in
Seoul, South Korea.
"Today's agreement with Hanjin underscores Jacksonville's new role in global trade,"
said Rick Ferrin, executive director of JAXPORT. "With this historic signing, not one, but
two major players in the international shipping arena have given notice in a big way that
JAXPORT is the place to be."
Mayor Peyton added, "Jacksonville is well on its way to becoming one of the largest and
most successful port cities on the East Coast and the premier logistics and transportation hub
in the Southeastern United States. The Board and staff at JAXPORT have done a tremendous
job attracting shippers of this magnitude, which complements the city's efforts to attract
high-wage jobs for residents and increase economic opportunities. I warmly welcome
Hanjin Shipping to our great city and am hopeful an agreement to move forward can be
reached quickly."
Hanjin is Korea's largest, and one of the world's biggest, container carriers moving more
than 100 million tons of cargo annually while operating in more than 50 countries. In the
United States, Hanjin's subsidiary, Total Terminal International currently operates dedicated
terminals in Long Beach and Oakland, Calif., and Seattle, Wash.
The MOU signed today calls for the 170-acre Hanjin Shipping Terminal, in Jacksonville
to begin operations in 2011 with capacity to handle one million twenty foot equivalent units
(TEUs) annually. This meas- SMLL
urenient equates to more than SMALL AND EMERGING BUSINESS WORKSHOP
seven and a half million tons
of cargo. Florida Community College at Jacksonville will host a
Tony Nelson, chairman Small and Emerging Business Workshop on Thursday,
of the JAXPORT Board of November 1, 2007 from 7:30 AM until 3:30 PM at Florida
Directors said, "Our board's Community College, Advanced Technology Center, 401
focus has always been on West State Street, Room T-140, Jacksonville, FL 32246.
providing jobs and opportu- (Registration $20; begins at 7:00 a.m.; includes a continen-
nity for the 'people of tal breakfast and lunch).
Jacksonville. This is a most
satisfying move toward ful- Contact Sam Phillips at 904-632-3086 to participate as a
filling that goal." business matchmaker.
The Hanjin Shipping For more information, visit our web site at
Container Terminal, http://fccj.edu/campuses/mccs/purchasing/disadvbus.html.
Jacksonville is expected to
generate at least $1 billion in Registration contact:
economic activity in Debbie Smith, 904/632-3297
Northeast Florida and create E-mail: ww.dsmith@fccj.edu
thousands of new direct and
indirect jobs for the region. SEATING LIMITED REGISTER NOW!


BLACK EXPO 2007 FLORIDA
Thomas McCants Media Inc., publisher of the Black Pages USA, will host the 6th annu-
al Florida Black Expo on November 3, 2007 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Prime Osborn
Convention Center. Florida Black Expo 2007 is an event that will be held in Jacksonville,
FL featuring over 200 exhibitors and attracting 18,000 visitors. This is a family-oriented
presentation that exposes the community to business opportunities and cultural resources.
This year's Florida Black Expo 2007 will include the following: seminars/workshops, health
S fair, vendors, national guest speakers, national recording artists, live entertainment, youth
activities, food vendors and more.
Florida Black Expo 2007 recognizes that the growth and advancement of African-
American businesses is essential to the growth of the economy of the Florida First Coast.
The focus of the Florida Black Expo 2007 is to identifying and develop significant business
opportunities for black owned businesses, emphasizing greater awareness of entrepreneur-
ship among African-Americans.
Thomas McCants Media currently hosts Black Expo events in Charleston, S.C.,
Columbia, S.C., Hampton, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, VA, Wilmington, N.C., and Charlotte,
NC. Black Expo is the largest event of its kind directly targeting the African-American com-
munity. For more information call, 904-727-7451 or 800-419-2417.

JEDC OCTOBER MEDIA ADVISORY
Jacksonville, Fla., October 3, 2007 The Jacksonville Economic Development
Commission (JEDC) will hold the following public meetings for the month of October. Please
note that there will not be a JEDC Commission Meeting this month.
October 17; 1:00 p.m.'- JEDC Empowerment/Enterprise Zone Board Meeting
Location: Beaver Street Enterprise Center, 1225 W. Beaver Street
October 18; 4:00 p.m. JEDC JIA/CRAAdvisory Board Meeting
Location: Police & Fire Pension Bldg, 1 W. Adams St, #200
October 18; 4:45 p.m. JEDC Film & Television Advisory Board Meeting
Location: TBD
October 25; 2:00 p.m. Downtown Development Review Board (DDRB) Meeting
Location: Police & Fire,Pension Bldg, 1 West Adams Street, Ste 200


AMERICAN ARTHRITIS SOCIETY
What Can You Do About Osteoarthritis?
Today, more than 10 million Americans suffer from osteoarthri-
tis of the knee, making it the most common form of arthritis in the
U.S. When the cushioning layers of cartilage within the joint are.
worn down, the bones begin to rub against each other. This leads
to swelling and increased stiffness, and many daily activities
become painful and difficult. But what'can you do to protect your
joints, reduce the symptoms, and support.your doctor's treatment?
With assistance from some of the world's leading knee experts, the
American Arthritis Society has compiled some useful and practical
tips for self-care, and made them available on the Society's website.
Each tip is interesting and easy to follow. These and many more
suggestions regarding osteoarthritis can now be viewed online at:
www.americanarthritis.org.


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CopyrightbyAmerican
Arthritis Society, Inc.
2007, www.america-
narthritis.org.


JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY HOURS CHANGE Effective October 1, 2007
*Ten regional branches will extend hours to 9 p.m. Monday Thursday
*Seven community'branches will extend their evening hours to 9 p.m.
*Three small neighborhood branch libraries, Brown Eastside, Brentwood and Westbrook will be open
one night a week with hours from 12 8 p.m.
*Five library locations will be open during the school year on Sundays: Beaches, South Mandarin,
Highlands, Webb Wesconnett Branches and the Main Library.
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
Main 9-8 98 9-8 9-8 9-6 9-6 1-6
Argyle 12-9 12-9 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed
Beaches 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 1-6
Bradham*Brooks NW 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 Closed
Brentwood 10-6 12-8 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed Closed
Brown Eastside 10-6 12-8 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed Closed
Graham 12-9 12-9 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed
Highlands 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 1-6
Mandarin 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 Closed
Maxville 12-9 12-9 10-6' 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed
Murray Hill 12-9 12-9 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed
Pablo Creek 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 Closed
Regency 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 Closed
San Marco 12-9 12-9 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed
South Mandarin 10-9. 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 1-6
Southeast 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 Closed
University Park 12-9 12-9 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed
Webb Wesconnett 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 1-6
West Regional 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-6 10-6 Closed
Westbrook 12-8 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6 Closed Closed
Willowbranch 10-6 10-6 12-9 12-9 10-6 10-6 Closed


COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events
scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
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THE NEW STANTON, CLASS OF 1953 will meet on Saturday, October 20,
2007 at 2:00 p.m. at the Bradham-Brooks Library on W. Edgewood Ave., to final-
ize plans for their cruise on October 27, 2007. All classmates are invited to attend.
21st ANNUAL FLORIDA'S HOMETOWN U.S.A. PAGEANT extends a spe-
cial invitation to all local girls to take part in November 2nd to 4th in Orlando, FL.
The purpose of Florida's Hometown USA Program is to educate the youth offlori-
da on the values of volunteer work and inspire them to make a difference in the
Lives of others. There are five age divisions for ages 4-19. The winners will have a
busy year of fun and excitement'representing their hometown throughout the state.
For a brochure or additional information, call (352) 326-4217 or go to
www.FLHometownUSA.com to print an application. Deadline to enter is October
26th. The pageant is a fundraiser for Florida's Hometown USA-Program, Inc. a
501(c)(3) non profit educational youth organization. There will also be an open tal-
ent competition for girls and boys.
WOMEN WEIGHT AND WHY- a community organization supporting outreach,
health awareness and professional enrichment celebrates three years of service.
WWW has been dedicated to helping all walks of life learn the importance of giv-
ing back, embracing humanity and supporting business relationships through part-
nership. Women Weight & Why is proud to announce a FREE membership launch
that will allow all women over the age of twenty-one to be a part of this growing
and diverse network nationwide. We encourage the community as a whole to sup-
port our efforts in helping to change the lives of others by simply, making the con-
nection. Please visit our web site today and take advantage of this membership
opportunity, it starts with you! Visit www.womenweightwhy:coni
THE JACKSONVILLE CHILDREN'S CHORUS (DO YOU KNOW A
CHILD WHO LOVES TO SING)? Auditions for the 2007-2008 Season are by
appointment only for children grades 2-12. While prior musical training is not nec-
essary to participate in The Jacksonville Children's Chorus, an audition is required.
Children will be placed in the appropriate program based on their skills, maturity
and readiness. You do not need to bring a prepared audition piece. The audition
process is quick and simple. A conductor will listen for the singer's ability to match
pitches, to learn a simple tune, and to hold one's voice part against others. There is
no charge for this extraordinary opportunity. Auditions are by appointment only. To
request a scheduled audition, please contact (904) 346-1636, or email info@jax-
childrenschorus.com REHEARSAL SITES .- Brentwood Elementary School,
located at 3750 Springfield Blvd.; Hyde Park Elementary School, located at 5300,
Park St.; LaVilla School of the Arts, located at 501 N. Davis St.; and Southside
United Methodist Church, located at 3120 Hendricks Ave. Darren Dailey, Artistic
I and Executive Director. ,


The Officers, Board and Members of The El-Beth-El
Divine Holiness Church will host it's Annual "Successful Role Model"
Banquet on Thursday, November 30, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fraternal Order of Police
banquet hall located at 5530 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville, Florida.
Since 1980, we have honored dedicated individuals from the community for outstand-
ing achievements, leadership and their contributions in helping Jacksonville build a
stronger and healthier community.
Our 2006 "Successful Role Model" honorees are:
Edye McCowan Fresh Ministries
Dr. Chuck Ways Optimum Health Chiro-Care
Dr. Frank Hurst Hurst Chiropractic Clinic
Lt. Bobby L. Deal Police Athletic League Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
Mr. Jaamal Anderson A.J. Construction.
Attorney Reginald Estell, Jr.
All past honorees are invited t6 attend and support this extraordinary, event. The
Greater El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church will also .present a $100.00 savings bond to
five (5) youth for their outstanding academic accomplishments.
Our Guest Speaker for the evening will be Mr. Charles Spencer, Executive Vice
President South Atlantic and Gulf Coast District, ILA.
To help us celebrate over 25 years of Successful Role Models in the Jacksonville com-
munity, we are seeking individual and corporate sponsorships to support the youth from the
Sickle Cell Anemia Patients and The Police Athletic League organizations.
Corporate tables of eight (8) are available for $500.00 (includes your ad in our souvenir
journal). Individual tickets are $50.00.
Please complete and submit the enclosed form by November 15, 2006 along with your
check payable to: El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church.
For ticket information, sponsoring a section in our evening program or one of the
above youth organizations, please contact Bishop Hall at, (904) 710 -1586 or -email:
Gospell75@aol.com. We look forward to seeing you this year.

THE EPILEPSY FOUNDATION A community health program
providing case management, medical, employment education and referral senlices in Baker.:
ClaI: Dural, Flagler; Nassau. St. Johns and loblusia counties.
The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida Jacksonville location proud ides Neurological
Care Assistance and C'ase Management Services to persons with Epilepsy and or Seizure
Disorders. The office is located in Jacksonville's Lakewood area at 5209 San Jose Blvd., Ste.
101. Jacksonville. FL 32207. Business hours are: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. For Volusia County, contact VOLUSIA COUNTY EXTENSION, P.O. Box 11424.
Daytona Beach, FL 32120. Off ice phone (386) 274-0648.
The Epilepsy Foundation has Monthly Support Groups for Clients, and Parents ot
Individuals with Epilepsy. Support Group Locations are:
CLAY COUNTY ORANGE PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY (Conference Room A) at
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tirnes, all fuinble.s, and took points' off ithe scoreboard eaJl\ on.
due to a personal foul b\ M.aturice \\illi.ams that negated a Jolu
Came\ field goal
The Jauairs started oftf slot\ as tihe\ llot\ed the Te\ians to
drive the ball '" yardss In 10) plays on the ga'ie's opening posses-
sion for three points. The Jaguais then took the football 5S yardss
deep into Houston territory before the drive ended on a missed
field goal after a personal foul by the Jaguars that took away a
made Camey field goal. The Jaguars next two offensive drives
ended in Reggie Williams fumbles, and despite moving the ball
well on the Houston defense, the Jaguars found themselves down
6-0, halfway through the second quarter.
The Jaguars offense finally broke through with 5:47 left in
the first half, when David Garrard hit tight end George Wrighster
on a one-yard touchdown pass, which was initially ruled as an
offensive pass interference penalty on tight end Greg Estandia,
who blocked a Houston linebacker in the end zone. After a
lengthy deliberation, the officials ruled that since Estandia started
blocking the Houston player on the line of scrimmage, there was
no penalty and the touchdown stood. That appeared to be the turn-
ing point in the game as the Jaguars then executed a surprise
onside kick that was recovered by kicker John Carey, which led
to a Jaguars/field goal before the half to give Jacksonville the
lead, 10-6.
Jacksonville took control of the game on their first posses-
sion of the second half, a drive in which the Jaguars went 81 yards
in 14 plays which was capped off by a nine-yard touchdown pass
from David Garrard to Reggie Williams. The Jaguars would then
score touchdowns on their final two possessions before ending
the game in victory formation with a kneel down by Garrard.
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Quarterback David Garrard continued his efficient play as he
completed 22 of 34 passes, for 221 yards, two touchdowns and no
interceptions, finishing with a quarterback rating of 102.7.
Garrard's quarterback rating was over 100 for the fourth consec-
utive game, and he has not thrown an interception in five games
this season. Garrard hit nine different receivers including Dennis
Northcutt, who had four catches for 46 yards, Reggie Williams,
who had five catches for 38 yards, and a touchdown, and tight end
Marcedes Lewis, who caught two balls for 30 yards. When asked
about the play of Garrard, head coach Jack Del Rio said-- "David
played again very, very good football. I can't say enough about
the way he's playing. The passing game is coming."
Defensively, the Jaguars were outstanding for the fourth con-
secutive game, as they allowed the Texans just 61 yards on the
ground on 24 carries, despite having to face the Texans star run-
ning back, Ahman Green. The Jaguars defense finished with two
sacks, and forced three turnovers, two fumbles, and an intercep-
tion. The play that sealed the game defensively, came in the
fourth quarter when defensive end Paul Spicer sacked Houston
quarterback Matt Schaub and forced a fumble, which linebacker
Daryl Smith picked up and took back 77 yards for his first career
touchdown. Sammy Knight.led the Jaguars with 12 tackles and a
key forced fumble at the goal line, which kept the Texans from


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scoring and taking a 10-0 lead late in the first quarter. Rashean
Mathis chipped in with eight tackles, and cornerback Brian
Williams continued his fine season with seven tackles, one inter-
ception, and two passes defensed.
Special teams was up and down for the Jaguars, hitting a cli-
max when special teams' coordinator Joe DeCamillis came up
with the brilliant idea to surprise Houston with the onside kick in
the second quarter. Aside from that call, the Jaguars special teams
unit missed a field goal early on, and fumbled a short punt that hit
one of the blockers (Brent Hawkins) in his back. The Jaguars had
no punting game to speak of, as they didn't have to attempt dur-
ing the game.
Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio described the call to go for
the onside kick-- "We talked about playing to win; being in attack
mode. We thought we had a shot to make a play there. 'Joe D'
called for it and I okayed it."
With their fourth consecutive victory, the Jaguars bettered
their record to 4-1, which sets up a battle for first place next
Monday night against the currently, undefeated Super Bowl
Champion Indianapolis Colts for first place in the AFC South.
When asked about next Monday's game with Indianapolis, run-
ning back Maurice Jones-Drew said-- "You've got to deliver the
blow. You don't ever want to accept it. The Colts are playing
great. They still didn't pick me in the draft so I'm still upset about
that. It's going to be a fun game; give everybody a great show."


Flowery Branch Falcons coach Bobby Petrino replaced starting quarterback Joey Harrington with Byron
Leftwich Wednesday in hopes ofjump-starting a reeling team that has lost five of its first six games.
Leftwich will be the starter for the rest of the season, Petrino said, with Sunday's game at New Orleans being
his first for Atlanta.
"Were 1-5 and we just didn't feel good about some of the things we did, particularly after turnovers, so we're
making the change," Petrino said. "Joey took it good. He's a professional. One thing about playing quarterback: A
lot of tines when things aren't going good, all 11 guys on the field play a part into it, but you know in the business
that the quarterback is the one you make a change with."
Harrington, who was demoted to No. 2, was not available for comment after practice. Petrino said he notified
Harington first, then Leftfich; of the decision iat separate meetings Wednesday moving.
Leftwich, who signed with Atlanta as a free agent a month ago after being released by the Jaguars this presea-
son, assumed his new role with the first team at practice.
"It was great, just like old times," Leftwich said. "It was a great feeling to be in there and for those guys to wel-
come me with open arms. Thats the thing that was special about it Those guys welcomed me in and treated me
like they wanted me to be there. Thats a good feeling anytime as a player."
Though Harrington (123-for-195, 1,279 yards, four touchdowns, four interceptions) had not played poorly, he
failedto generate points and consistency with an offense that ranks among the NFL's worst in every category. He
was not helped by pass protection that has allowed 21 sacks and a dormant running game that made Atlanta easy
to defend against
The Falcons have just six offensive touchdowns, one apiece in the past two games, both losses.
How will Leftwich, who throws the ball much harder but might not be as.mobile as Harrington, be different?
"We'll see Sunday," Leftwich said. "m just going to be me. Ill try to lead this team, try to make football plays,
try to score some points and try to help this team win."
Teammates responded positively to the switch.
"You got another experienced quarterback who knows this game who's trying to help our team win," tight end
Alge Crumpler said. "Joey's done a lot of positive things for our team, especially the way he handles himself and
the way he distributes the ball. We're going to look for Byron to give us that spark, and hopefully well get a win out
of it"
Added wide receiver Joe Horn: "We have to do our jobs first before Byroii can be successful. Everyone has
to join in and beat the man in front of him. If that doesn't happen, if we drop balls and the line doesn't block, what's
the need to have Byron starting anyway?"
Leftwich replaced Harrington in the fourth quarter of a 20-13 loss at Tennessee two weeks ago and complet-
ed just 2-of-8 passes. He also threw an interception arid badly missed wide receiver Laurent Robinson in the end
zone on a potential game-tying play. His rustiness and unfamiliarity with the offense were obvious.
The fifth-year veteran was elevated to second string following the loss to the Titans. But he sprained his right
ankle in practice last week, missed most of the next two practices and was designated the No. 3 quarterback for
Monday nights 31-10 loss to the New York Giants..
Leftwich's tenure in Jacksonville, which was mainly successful but routinely interrupted by left ankle injuries,
ended unceremoniously after four seasons when the seventh overall pick in the 2003 draft was released at the end
of the exhibition season in favor of David Garrard.
The Falcons' in-season quarterback change comes after nearly five years of relative stability at the position.
Michael Vick started 67 games since being drafted first overall in 2001, and he helped lead Atlanta to the playoffs
twice.
Thinking Vick would be the starter this season. the Falcons traded backup Matt Schaub to Houston in March
and signed Harington to'be Vick's backup.
Things radically changed months later when Vick was indicted on federal charges related to dogfighting, for
which he later reached a plea agreement That led to his indefinite suspensionby the NFL and Harrington being ele-
vated to starting status.
It was the third time Harrington, the No, 3 pick in the 2002 draft, had been afforded a starting job, after stints
in Detroit and Miami. Now, its the third time he's lost it


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ARIES
March 21st thru April 19th


The more you try to assert yourself at the
beginning of the week, the more muddled
things get. Try directing your energy toward a
volunteer project, a team endeavor or helping
someone else. And listen up. Much better stuff
comes your way around Wednesday and
Thursday. You look terrific in the spotlight,
though it may have a hard time keeping up
with you! From Friday through the weekend,
couple your natural enthusiasm with thinking
things through, especially when it comes to
expressing yourself. Well-chosen words (with
heart!) find their mark now.

TAURUS
April 20th thru May 20th
Get together with others early in the week,
whether it's gathering input and expertise in a
meeting at work, or seeing friends to laugh and
talk things over. The more you open up, the
better. Wednesday is good for starting some-
thing new, what with the surge of energy
you've got coming. Just have a plan and stick
to it somewhat! The days around Friday are all
about you: You're highly productive in all
areas of life, and if you've got love on your
mind, now's the time to go for it -- you're hot.
On Sunday, though, take a second look at
something or someone.


GEMINI
May.21st thru June 21st
Someone's not saying exactly what they mean
as the week gets going, and that someone
might be you. Instead of hedging, don't be
afraid to let someone know that you don't
know -- yet. You'll probably develop a better
idea around Wednesday and Thursday, perhaps
on the strength of some good advice or even an
unmistakable sign. Moreover, what you say,;
even on the spur of the moment, has deep
meaning. Friday and the weekend are more
about questions than statements. Ask (and
answer) some serious ones first, and things
could get flirty on Sunday.


u CANCER
.. June 22nd thru July 22nd
Your responses are right on target early in the
week. Let your mind and heart both weigh in,
and you'll be golden. (The way you say things
is great, too -- you have a way with words.)
Then, before you get bent out of shape on
Wednesday or Thursday, ask yourself if.you
might just be taking things a little too serious-
ly. A further inquiry might reveal a lot and be
a big relief, too. From Friday through the
weekend, your unique charms are getting
noticed. You're the star at a party, delightful on
a date and generally wonderful (and wonder-
fully unpredictable) in any and all circum-
stances.

LEO
July 23rd thru Aug 22nd
Save the drama as the week gets started.
Instead of engaging in it, try a little more
research to develop a better understanding. A
partner's in the picture around Wednesday and
Thursday, and two heads (or is it hearts?) are
definitely better than one. Introduce a new
idea to the two of you and see what happens.
It's liable to be a great time. Around Friday and
Saturday, you might be in a rebellious mode.
Just consider carefully who or what you're
challenging now -- and why. You're low-key
on Sunday, and a tete-a-tete looks to be very
productive.

Aug VIRGO

.. Aug 23rd thru Sept 22nd

Relationships might need a little breathing
room at the beginning of the week. Instead of
pushing an agenda, step back and see the real
potential. If money's involved, it's very impor-
tant to nail down the details around Wednesday
and Thursday. Yes, it's a. sensitive issue, but if'
you 'don't address it now, there could be trouble
later. Looks like you're ready to branch out
from Friday through the weekend, maybe solo,
or perhaps with a partner in crime. Make a plan
that allows for the random factor that's coming
your way.


It 9ooks like something or somebody might
throw you off early this week, but getting too
riled up about it isn't the most appropriate
response. If it's relationship related, there may
be a way to find a compromise, and
Wednesday and Thursday are prime for such
discoveries. You can perceive new levels when
it comes to situations, and you can also locate
common ground now, Gratitude and smooth
sailing are your .reward, and from Friday
through the weekend, your natural grace looks
great. Romance is favored, too.


SCORPIO
Oct 23rd thru Nov 21st

An element of surprise works in your favor as
the week gets started. Use that impeccable
sense of timing to show just how.jaw-drop-
pingly great you can be. Then, around
Wednesday or Thursday, it may be tempting to
get into a tangle with someone. But what do
you have to gain? It could get way stickier
than you think. Expect some excitement on
Friday or over the weekend. If you want things
to get even more intense (and knowing you,
you do), let your real feelings be known. Be a
little vulnerable -- and be ready for just about
anything!


SAGITTARIUS
L / Nov 22nd thru Dec 21st
You'll need a serious kick-start if you want to
get anything accomplished at the beginning of
the week. Get the blood pumping with exer-
cise and eat right for energy, and you might
just be able to concentrate. When Wednesday
and Thursday come, though, you're on fire --
thinking fast, making the right moves and
wowing anyone and everyone. Fanning the
flames of romance is favored now, too. Duty
of some sort calls this weekend, and if you get
right on it, you might just be surprised by the
pleasure you'll take in getting it done.


CAPRICORN
I ; Dec 22nd thru Jan 19th

If you're going to email someone early in the
week, call instead. Or, better yet, say it face-to-
face. Your personal touch is terrific now, whether
it's work related or personal. Expect some static
around Wednesday or Thursday. Someone or
some' issue may be stressing you out, or your
carefully planned schedule may .get all mucked
up. Just do your best and wait for things,to
smooth out, which should happen around Friday.
Fun and love are highlighted through the week-
end, with your powers of attraction seriously
magnified. Sweet!



,,, AQUARIUS
S- Jan 20th thru Feb 18th

What do you really want -- and what's not
going to cut it? It's heavy stuff for the begin-
ning of the week, but don't get sidetracked
from core values and goals. You'll be in a fine
position to think bigger around Wednesday
and Thursday, when your personal possibili-
ties suddenly .expand exponentially. Keep your
schedule open nowl Something that seems
mundane on Friday or over the weekend has
an odd element, one that demands attention.
And starting Sunday,, that odd element may
have everything to do with love.



PISCES
Feb 19th thru Mlarch 20th
Your generosity with affection and your hon-,
esty regarding emotions has enormous ripple
effects as the week gets started. Dreams can
come true now, perhaps in particularly unex-
pected ways! Life and love are a bit of a puz-
zle, though, around Wednesday and Thursday,
and you might be missing a key piece. The
person or occurrence you think has the answer
probably doesn't. Look within, and get ready
for things to make a lot more sense starting
Friday.. You can write your own ticket now. So
Where do you want to go?


with the victim Mrs. D that stated she was
married to the suspect Mr. D for 6 years. She
also stated that they have been separated for
the last 2 months. Mrs. D stated that while she
was at work, working on the computer, the
suspect started telling her she was stupid, and
cursing at her. She stated that the suspect con-
tinued to call her names and when she tried to
ignore him, he slapped her on the left side of
her face then fled the business. She said she
didn't know where he was residing at the
time, she also stated he does not have a phone.
Witness HS stated she saw the whole thing
n" ad that he did call Mrs. D stupid, cussed her,
slapped her, then ran away. The officer did not
see any visible injuries on the victim, but will


follow this case up with the state attorney's office.


SHE WAS MINDING HER OWN BUSINESS, DRINKING HER BEER An
officer was dispatched to the 9300 block of Norfolk Blvd in reference to an injured
woman. Upon his arrival, he spoke to the victim, N.R,, who stated she was in the
field south of the listed location. N.R. stated she was with a black male, tall, and in
his 30's. She stated she was "minding my own business drinking my beer" when she
was stabbed in her left eye. She was not able to provide a name, a better physical
description, or the location of the incident. A witness, L.M.G, stated he saw the vic-
tim before she was injured. He
observed her walking into the, .
field mentioned earlier. He stated '
he saw a man called A.E. across
from the field that appeared to be ?
upset. L.M.G. said, "he was curs-
ing and yelling, see bit, see bit .
this is what you get for running .. ,.
away with my dope and my
money" and "this will teach you a
lesson for running off with some-
one else sh ." The witness, .
L.M.G. also said he saw the sus-
pect, A.E. running away from the
scene when the police was called.
The victim was in a great deal of pain so the officer requested an Evidence
Technician and' one was assigned by dispatch. The case was not cleared. The police
will follow up.

SHE TRIED TO GO POSTAL An officer was dispatched to the 4400 block of
Moncrief Rd. in reference to an assault call. Upon his arrival, he met with the vic-
tim Ms. ELS, who works at the center at this location. She stated that the suspect
Ms. TCM, who was recently fired front the job, assaulted her. She said between 9
a.m. and 9:15 a.m. the suspect entered the building and approached her as she was
walking out of the office. According to the victim, the suspect accused her of being
the person who caused her to
I lose her job. The victim stated
that the suspect angrily grabbed
her face and would not let her
go. According to the victim, she
defended herself by pushing the
suspect away from her. The vic-
tim stated that the suspect sat in
her vehicle in the parking lot for
about ten minutes prior to leav-
ing the scene. The officer
observed a small scratch on the
.'- victim's lower left jaw only. The
victim was issued a state attor-
.. ney's card and was advised how
to file charges against Ms. TCM.

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reference to a fight at a restaurant. Upon his arrival
he spoke with Mr. B, the victim, who is the man-
ager at the restaurant and Mr. G, the suspect, who
is an employee of the restaurant. On 9-29-07, Mr. K g.. .
G, the suspect, arrived at the restaurant demanding
that Mr. Bryant, the victim, give him his pay
check. On a previous check, the business shorted
him some money and he is waiting on the business
to pay him. When the victim told him that he
would have to wait until October to receive his
check, he became enraged. He began to yell, curse,
and point his finger in the victim's face. The vic-
tim, Mr. B, stated that he was so close that he was
spitting on him as he was yelling and he could smell alcohol on his breath. He
advised that he pushed Mr. G's hand away from his face several times, told him to
just leave the property, however, Mr. G refused and continued to yell. Mr. G then
pushed Mr. B again and he then held Mr. G against the side of the business until sev-
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area. Mr. B did not sustain any injuries in this fight. Ms. G. stated that she was talk-
ing to Mr. B when Mr. G approached them. She advised that Mr. B was cursing,
yelling and demanding his money. When Mr. B told him about getting it next month
she stated that he then grabbed Mr. B by the throat. She said the suspect fled in an
unknown direction. The officer was unable to locate Mr. G; the suspect.

HE CALLED ME STUPID An officer was"dispatched to the 11000 block of
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Tasha Smith Is Sassy On Screen, For Real In Life


By Rych McCain,:
feedbackrych@
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Photos 02007 by Bobby
Quillard/ www.quillardinc. com

She is currently being
seen in her second Tyler
Perry movie and her
onscreen impact is just as
explosive in this one as it
was in the last one. Tasha
Smith is an actress that
takes her craft very seri-
ously but at the same time
she can step back and
enjoy the real moments
that encompass the com-
bination of her work
world and her real world.
The Camden, New Jersey
native has gracefully tran-
sitioned through the game
as an award winning
stand-up comedian to
positioning herself notice-
ably in television and
film. For her latest role in
the Tyler Perry film Why
Did I Get Married, Smith
portrays the sassy, "tell-it-
like-it-is," "in-your-face"
Angela who hits the
booze bottle hard and
often. Angela is married
to Marcus, an ex-pro foot-
ball player whose career
was cut short by an injury.
She has a successful
beauty salon business and
is resentful at being the
sole financial provider
and his self-esteem has hit
rock bottom. They join
three other couples on
their annual weekend
retreat in the Colorado
Rockies.
Back to the real world,
how did Smith join with
Tyler for not only one, but
two movies? She
responds, "Well I think
we just work really well
together. I had fun on
Daddy's Little Girls. I
don't think it was. his


intention to give me the role as
Angela in I'hr- Did I Get.
Alaried, because he had
someone else in mind for it
and I was .reading the script
just as his friend and I fell.in
love with Angela. I talked to
him about it and eventually we
worked it out. Tyler doesn't
usually like to hire people
back to back because he's so
generous and likes to give
everyone the opportunity to
work. He likes to put in a lot
of new and different faces in
his films and not use the same
people over and over again. So
I'm really grateful that he
changed that ard allowed me
to do Angela."
The cast shot their first
scenes in the March show in
Whistler and Pemberton,
Canada. The train scene was.
shot on an actual Amtrak train
and the rest was shot on the
sound stages of Perry's
Atlanta studios.
Smith warmly recalls the
cast's first gathering.
"We got along, we bonded
and we had such an amazing
time. The camaraderie
amongst the cast; everyone
was so sincere and loving
towards one another; it was
such a blessing for all of us to
be together on that film."
Were there any surprises in
the final cut of the film for
Smith? She marvels, "What
surprised me with that scene at
the dinner table; that I did not
know it would go over the
way it did. That was my
-biggest surprise.". How much
of this film actually mirrors
real life? Smith reflects, "I
think a lot of it. A lot of times
were not really honest about
what we go through as people.
We try to act as if our lives are
so perfect and if you really
look into the lives of some
marriages and some situa-
tions, I'm telling you; you


know that some marriages may have
gone through what Angela and Marcus
went through.-You know that some
women may not want to have children
again. You know that their may be an
anger and a bitterness because of one
couple blaming the other for a tragedy
that had taken place in the relationship. I
just think that all of it is reality!"
When she is off set, Smith enjoysbox-
ing which she has been doing for a long
time and has a trainer. She is also a moti-
vational speaker and has an acting
instruction workshop as well as provid-
ing private acting lessons. Check out at
myspace.com/tashasactingworkshop or
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Anti Profanity Hip Hop
Conference
There will be a Hip Hop
Conference on November 2, 8:a.m.
- 5 p.m. at the Pace University
campus loeated at 861 Bedford Rd
in Pleasantville, NY-just north of
New York City. The conference's
theme is Laid To Rest? The N-Word
and Other Lang'iage 7f' z -Dissed"
Respect. Profanity free Hip-Hop
rapper Sance, of TFD Records,
will conduct a workshop. "I am
working diligently to create a forum
to educate, unite and uplift those
within the African Diaspora con-
cerning what is possibly the ugliest
racial slur-ever created." States con-
ference organizer Shanelle Henry
Robinson, Director, Office of
Diversity Programs, Pace
University. For additional informa-
tion Robinson at 914-773-3775 or
visit www.pace.edu/laidtorest For
info on Sance, visit www.sancemu-
sic.com.
Music
Bob Marley offspring Ky'Mani
Marley will be featured on
Myspace all this week. His debut
album titled Radio, on the Vox
Music Group label, is in stores
now. The hit single "One Time," is
receiving heavy airplay. Ky'Mani is
currently on tour with megastar
group Van Halen. The tour jumped
off September 25 in Miami, Fl. And


will cruse through 51 major
cities, including Canada. Watch
for Ky'Mani's BET reality show
titled Life as a Marley.
AAFM Showcase
The 14th Annual African-
American Film Marketplace
and S.E. Manley Short Film
Showcase will kick-off October
19 at-the Raleigh Film Studios
in Hollywood. The event will
honor the work of Black Women
Film Directors. Distinguished
Black Afrikan female film mak-
ers such as Julie Dash, Vida
Spears, Sara Finney and
LaWanda Hawkins are-some of
the. names that will grace this
year's award show themed, "A
Great Day in Black Hollywood. "
Oscar- winning actor Louis
Gossett, Jr. will receive a much
deserved Lifetime Achievement
Award. Famed TV actor William
Allen young will return as
Master of Ceremonies.
Benefactrix Ball
The YMCA Greater ,Los
Angeles will present its sixth
annual Benefactrix Ball on
October 26, 2007 at the Beverly
Hills Hotel. This year's theme is
"The Grand Masquerade, "
where the highlight will be Spice
girl Mel B, presenting prominent
feminist and civil rights attorney
Gloria Allred with the Silver
Achievement Award.

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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among
African-American TV Homes
Week of 10/08/07
1. 60 Minutes, CBS

2. The Game, CW

3. NBC Sunday Night Football, NBC

4. Dancing with the Stars Mon., ABC

5. Grey's Anatomy, ABC

6. CSI: Miami, CBS

7. Shark, CBS

8. Cold Case, CBS

9. CSI, CBS

10. Girlfriends, CW
Source: Nielsen Media Research


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Wassup cont'd from D-4
Movies
Why Did I Get
Married? Lionsgate
Films stars Tyler Perry,
Sharon Leal, Janet
Jackson, Malik Yoba, Jill
Scott, Richard T Jones,
Tasha Smith, Michael J.
White, Denise Boutte and
Lamman Rucker. Tyler
Perry creamed the compe-
tition on the opening
weekend via a 21 million
box office showing with
this latest film. The cast as
usual is fresh, colorful and
the chemistry is right on
the money. The basic.
premise is that four cou-


pies who knew each other
in college went on their
annual weekend get away
to a Colorado mountain
retreat: Once there, things
began to unravel especial-
ly after some relationship
threatening secrets were
revealed in the heat of a
dinner table argument. As
with all Tyler Perry films,
the humor and wit was
combined with some seri-
ous topics that all couples
face.


Janet
(Patricia),
(Shelia) and
(Dianne) all
moments


Jackson
Jill Scott
Sharon Leal
had serious
that came


through in very believable
fashion. Tasha Smith may
have stolen the show with
her sassy, no nonsense,
keepin'-it-real character
(Angela) who was also the
main comic relief of the
film. Denise Boutte
(Trina) portrayed the
film's bad girl who was
cheating with Shelia's
husband. The men were
not only eye candy for the
ladies but held their own
as well. Malik Yoba
(Patricia's husband
Gavin), was the most seri-
ous. Richard T. Jones
(Shelia's. husband Mike)
may be the most hated


because of his blatant dis-
respect for his wife and
his openly cheating on her
in her face with Trina.
Michael J. White
(Angela's husband
Marcus) was the perfect
counter part to her drunk-
en antics while Lamman
Rucker (Sheriff Troy) was
the film's romantic hero
coming to Shelia's rescue.
Tyler held his own as
Dianne's hubby. This is a
feel good film that you
should see.
Hit me up at feedback-
rych@sbcglobal.net!
Maat-Hotep!
Rych


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