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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 D: Entertainment
 
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 17, 2007
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weekly
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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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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- .

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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issn - 0740-798X
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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:
November 17, 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:
UF00028362:00146

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
    Section A: Main: Editorial
        page A 2
    Section A: Main: Church
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Lifestyle
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: State
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: National
        page A 6
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 7
        page A 8
    Section B: Prep Rap
        page B 1
        page B 2
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Moncrief Dies
Shykeria Bynes, a 6-year-old kindergarten student was hit by
a Chevrolet SUV on October 15, 2007 after leaving school with
her 10-year-old brother and her 7-year-old twin brothers while
crossing 45th Street and Moncrief Road. She suffered a broken ';
right femur and head trauma. She opened her eyes a few time
but never spoke again. The driver was not charged and spent v
many hours with Shykeria while she was hospitalized.. Shykeria Bynes, 6
The little girl, who her family referred to as an angel, died last'
week. Her family members are wearing T-shirts saying, "Angels are always the first
to go." The children were about one block from home when the accident occurred.
The family needs assistance in paying funeral expenses but there is also other help
needed from the community. The churches and neighbors Girl Continued on A-7


Retired FAMU Coach Dies
Founder of Florida Football Classic & FAMU'S Hall of Fame
Former Athletic Director Hansel Tookes died Wednesday
evening. The Jacksonville native was 86. His death came
i during the week of Florida's 29th anniversary of the Classics.
He is one of the founders. The Florida Football Classic is
one of the best attended black college football games with an
average of 70,000 fans attending each year. Funeral
arrangements had not been made at the time of printing.
Coach Hansel Tookes

Barry Bonds and OJ Indicted;

Alen Watty's New Controversial Son!

"Sometimes I Wish I Was White"


Allen Watty, singer of
"Hurricane Song"


0. J. Simpson, former
football star and actor
to stand trial.


Barry Bonds, base-
ball's career home
run leader, indicted.


Miss USA in Florida,

Books Autographed
by: V.Wilson,
Capital Outlook
: i- ~ Newspaper

S i. Former, Miss USA
1 Kenya Moore visit-
ed the FAMU
B Bookstore to sign
o ies of her nfewr


Former Miss USA Kenya Moore
Photo by Vaughn Wilson, Capital Outlook

touring with the stage play


book "Game, Get
Some!" The now,
actress, is currently
"Gossip, Lies and


Secrets," which features Lisa Ray, Malik Yoba,
Christopher Williams and Robin Givens.
"Game, Get Some!", is about how to maintain a rela-
tionship. It is considered a "how-to" guide for young
adult males, but she says its also for the ladies as well.
She exposes some secrets about women and tells men
all about how to step up their game.
Miss Moore was on campus during FAMU's
Homecoming weekend. The book can be purchased
over the Internet and bookstores around the United
States.


120 Per week Suicides;


3,858 Dead Since 2003

Fighting for Her Veteran Rights Since 1984
By Lonzie Leath, The Florida and Georgia Star
As America celebrated Veterans Day, it also
learned through a 5-month study done by CBS, that
120 military personnel commit suicide per week,
most after having served in Iraq.
As of this week, 3,858 military personnel have
died since the war started in 2003 and more than a
quarter percent of the homeless are veterans.
Kericia Smith, too, tried to commit suicide and Kericia Smith at Basic Training
understands what goes on through the minds of
these who have served or are still serving at the time they commit suicide. The
46-year-old veteran entered the Army when she was 20. In 1982, she was stationed
in Germany and served basically as an appointment secretary. In October 1983 a
group of Marines were sent to Beirut for a Peacekeeping Mission and while they
slept, a suicide terrorist bombing killed 239 of the Marines. She was then assigned
to the mortuary to type up the 239 death certificates. She did more than type, she
had the duty of processing 239 human remains. She received a certificate of
achievement praising her for her "unselfish efforts while working in an emotion-
ally stressful environment contributed significantly to a 90 percent identification
rate and shipment of remains to conus in a 17-day period. No other mass casual-
ty operation has been as successfully accomplished." Veterans Continued A-7


Watty received rave reviews from ABC
News, MSNBC and CNN for the"Hurricane
Song" but his new song, "Sometimes I Wish I
Was White" is quite controversial even though
*many definitely understand the lyrics which is
about the continuous mistreatment of Blacks
in America. This is not to say that O.J.
Simpson and Barry Bonds are being mistreat-
ed but to remind them and many others of the
days when black parents taught their children
that "better than" is a requirement. \
Barry and OJ continued on A- 7


lNews In Briet
Kanye West Loses Mother
1 Mrs. Donda West received a ..
tummy tuck and breast reduc-
tion surgery under the leader-
ship of Dr. Jan Adams in Los
Angeles and died Saturday
from possible complications.
An autopsy is being done but Kayne west and his
Dr. Adams denies any wrong-
doings. Ms. West is the mother of Kanye West and
former chair of Chicago State English Department.

Pull Over or Pay Big
It's a 2002 law now being enforced to protect the
officers. It requires motorist to move over or drop
their speed 20 mph below the posted speed when they
pass an officer or fire-rescue vehicle with emergency
lights on. Fine: $112 and three points.

Million Affected by Veneral Diseases
More than one million cases of chlamydia, a sexu-
ally transmitted disease, were reported last year. The
report also stated that gonorrhea and syphilis are also
.rising in numbers. The Center for Disease Control
said the rate of infection is higher in Black women
than other groups.


Shootings, Robberies,

Scams and Rescue
The area wit-
nessed the rescue
of Larisha
Hatcher, 5, from a
burning house last
Larisha Hatcher,
week and have 5 rescued
5, rescued
now ,learned that
she is recovering. Holmes, Quamiee Russ,
There were 13, 15, killed in apart-
applauds. killed. ment.
Even .tough
Willie Tucker felt he was not responsible
for the death of Shenice Holmes, 13,
who was killed while sitting in her
home, reading a book, he did learned a
lesson on useless retaliation. He was -
found guilty of second-degree murder. Johnny Smith,
Quamiee Russ, 15, never had the shot by
opportunity to try to understand what ...
was going on when she was 'just hang- .J.
ing out' at the Hilltop Apartments
Saturday. But, there was a change.
Witness said Johnny Lewis, 21, who
often played with the gun, walked out of
the room after have a discussion with Chanda Ford
his girlfriend, who lived in the apart- scammed eld-
ment, pointed the gun at Quamiee's early couple.
head and the gun went off. He appeared
to be playing with the safety and not meaning to shoot
her. The witness said Shootings Continued-A-7

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help her serve more than 1,000 home-
bound seniors a Thanksgiving luncheon
S:! on Tuesday, November 20 from 10 a.m.
to Noon. The cost of the luncheon is
$20.00 per person. This is the 21st
. -" Annual Luncheon and the seniors truly
Mrs. Joan
Turner enjoy the food and entertainment. Call
630-0966 for information and donations.


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Courage to Beat the Odds

Child Watch Column
By Marian Wright Edelma, President of the Children's Defense Fund


Imagine being alone on a
battlefield facing new enemies
each and every day. There are
few visible avenues of retreat
or escape and few resources to
help you survive. But by dint
of inner strength, you not only
survive, you prevail.
That metaphor aptly
describes each of the five
heroic young people the
Children's Defense Fund hon-
ored on October 25 at our
annual Beat the Odds
Awards Dinner in Washington,
D.C. Another five outstanding
youth were celebrated in Los
Angeles on November 1. CDF
established the Beat the Odds
Scholarship Program in 1990
to recognize and celebrate
courageous high school sen-
iors who have overcome
adversity through inner
strength and perseverance.
Almost all have gone on to
achieve and succeed while
contributing to their communi--
ties. Here are their stories:
Cerstin Johnson was sep-
arated from her mother and
siblings when their home in
Metairie, Louisiana, was
destroyed by Hurricane
Katrina. Cerstin relocated
many hundreds of miles away,
to Washington, D.C., to live
with cousins. She enrolled in
the Duke Ellington School of
the Arts where she took first
prize in three writing competi-
tions including the prestigious


Pen/Faulkner essay contest.
As the weight of separation
took its toll, however, Cerstin
became depressed, her grades
fell and she gave up on sports.
Returning home to
Lousiana and reconnecting
with her- family in January
2006 brought her back from
depression. She began a
process of healing and was
able to return to Washington
with a renewed sense of pur-
pose. Today Cerstin is an
honor roll student taking hon-
ors and advanced placement
classes to prepare for college.
In the winter of 2006, Cyd
Fortune Rinonos's life and
her family's well being were
turned upside down when her
father was diagnosed with
liver cancer. The family relo-
cated to Tampa, Florida, so he
could be treated. Cyd stayed
behind with friends, unable to
transfer her class credits. In
July she joined her family in
Florida but could not attend
school there.
When Cyd's father died in
October 2006, she was devas-
tated because he had been a
major positive force in her
life. Financially strapped, the
family moved back to
Virginia, and Cyd returned to
school after missing a quarter.
In addition to her schoolwork,
she had to help her mother
take care of her two younger
sisters. Despite these chal-


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lenges, Cyd is excelling in
school. She is a peer media-
tor, a member of the Asian
Awareness Club and a writer
for the school newspaper. She
plans to study chemical engi-
neering in college.
Kyle Corfman has suf-
fered many setbacks in his
life. When he was six his
manic-depressive father left
the family, and when he was
nine his mother moved with
him to Lincoln, Nebraska,
putting even greater distance
between him and his father.
After the move, his mother
had to work long hours, so
Kyle had to help around the
house and learn to be self-suf-
ficient.
Then in November 2003,
Kyle's mother died suddenly
in an auto accident on a
Nebraska highway. Kyle had.
to move back to Maryland to
live with an aunt and uncle.
He committed himself to his
studies, especially math, and
excelled in sports, finding in
his lacrosse coach a valuable
mentor. Disruptions have not
ended: His aunt and uncle
divorced and during his sopho-
more year his father committed
suicide. But Kyle has shown
amazing strength through it all
and is maintaining a 3.85 GPA.
Neelma Z. Qureshi had
been sexually abused by her
father for several years before
she broke her silence and told
her volleyball coach in
December 2005. She then was
forced to relive the pain of
those experiences during her
father's court hearings. When
Neelma was moved to a foster
home, she received little sup-
port or sympathy. Her life
finally improved when she was


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able to move in with relatives
and began to see a therapist. Her
greatest refuge has been the
support she received from
teachers, mentors and friends in
high school. Neelma enrolled
in pre-International
Baccalaureate classes and has
become a.straight "A" student
while participating on the soft-
ball and debate teams. And she
has turned her pain into action
through community service
including delivering
Thanksgiving dinners to the
needy.
Yah-Lahne Thompson's
father left her family when she
was eight years old. Around the
same time, her mother was
diagnosed with Sarcoidosis, an
incurable (though rarely fatal)
disease causing tissue inflam-
mation. On days when she can't
move because of the pain, Yah-
Lahne must take care of her and
assume responsibility for the
house. Because her mother can-
not work, the family's financial
situation has deteriorated. In
2003 their home was damaged
so badly by Hurricane Isabel
that they could not repair it.
They moved to .Maryland in
2004 where unstable circum-
stances forced them to change
residences frequently. Without
a car, Yah-Lahne has had diffi-
culty running errands for her
family and has been unable to
participate in extracurricular
activities or maintain a social
life. Despite all this, she
remains optimistic, and her
self-discipline and academic
drive strongly suggest that she
will achieve her goal of
becoming a doctor.


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Faith In Our Communityy
Schedule of Events and Services

THE PASTOR'S CARE MINISTRY OF MOUNT SINAI
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, located at 2036
Silver St. in Jacksonville cordially invite you to their annual
Praise Celebration, Sunday, November 25, 2007 at 4:00 p.m.
in the sanctuary of the church. Please RSVP to Sister Lisa
Lipsey, at 765-0293, by October 26th.
SUMMERVILLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
located at 690 West 20th St., in Jacksonville with Dr. James
W. Henry Pastor invite all to a musical, Praise and worship
experience Sunday, November 18th at 5:00 p.m. as the choirs
of Summerville present their Annual Musical Recital.
NEW FOUNTAIN CHAPEL AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHURCH, located at 737 Jessie St., in
Jacksonville with Rev. Louis Kirkland as Pastor cordially
invites you to come and share with them as they celebrate
their Annual YPD Day, Sunday, November 18th. Their
speaker will be the Honorable Betty Burney Duval County
School Board Member. Join them as their youth strive to
make a difference in their lives and others. Services are:
Church School 9:00 a.m. and Morning Worship is 10:45 a.m.
For more information, call 358-2258.
JDG MINISTRIES, INC. PRESENTS 2ND ANNUAL
CALLED TO CONQUER CONVOCATION -Theme:
"Ambushed For An Anointing," will be held on November
15th-18th at One Accord Ministries International where
Bishop, Dr. Jan D. Goodman, Sr. is the Founder and CEO of
JDG Ministries, Inc. and Paster of One Accord. Guest
preachers are: Elder, Dr. Roosevelt Gamble of All People
Int'nl, Arlington, Jacksonville on Thursday, November 15th
at 8:30 p.m.; Pastor, Dr. Abron Marshall of New Bethel
Baptist Church of Green Cove Springs, FL and Evangelist
Rudolph Mims of New St. James Holy Family Church of
Jacksonville, on Friday, November 16th at 7:00 p.m.;
Evangelist Sharon Starke of One Accord Ministries and
Prophetess, Dr. Barbara Mims of New St. James Holy
Family Church of Jacksonville on Saturday, November 17th
at 7:00 p.m. Workshops will be held on Friday, November
16th and Saturday, November 17th from 9:00 a.m. until
12:00 noon. Workshop presenters are First Lady, Sr.


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November 18th
10:45 a.m., PURE HEART in Concert
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St. Marys GA Campus
901 Dilworth Street (912) 882-2309
November 18th
"Give Thanks For God's Enduring Love"
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship and KIDS Church at 10:45 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Service at 7:00 p.m.
5755 Ramona Blvd.
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10:45 am Service Interpreted for Deaf at Central Campus


Evangelist, Dr. Vera Goodman, Evangelist, Dr. Tanya
Brooks, Elder, Dr. Billy Starke, Jr., Evengelist, Dr. Janet
Perry from Once Accord Ministries; First Lady Mildred
Benjamin from Faith United Miracle Temple, and
Prophetess, Dr. Barbara Mims. The Youth Explosion
Experience will be held on Saturday, November 17th from
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Convocation will close out on
Sunday, November 18th with First Lady, Dr. Vera Goodman
teaching Bible School at 9:30 a.m. and Bishop, Dr. Jan D.
Goodman, Sr. preaching the Close Out Message at 11:00 a.m.
ST. JOSEPH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
OBSERVES 118TH ANNIVERSARY Sunday, November
25th. Rev. Leroy M. Mitchell, III of Lynchburg, VA will
deliver the sermon. He is the pastor of Brookville Baptist
Church. Rev. Mitchell is a native of Jacksonville and is a
product of Duval County Public Schools. He is the son of
Mr. Leroy Mitchell, Jr. and Mrs. Delores Darby-Mitchell.
You are cordially invited to join us at 9:00 a.m. for Church
School and 10:00 a.m. for Worship Service: We are located
at 925 Spearing St. Ms. Ernestine Sapp is the chairperson of
this special observance. Rev. Neo N. Garvin is pastor.
S' BISHOP EVERLENA DUNN
OBSERVES 57TH YEAR OF
ORGANIZATION

i Bishop Everlena Dunn, Religious
i Leader and Founder of Dunn's
Temple, will celebrate their 57th
Anniversary of the organization
November 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium of the
Temple located at 2344 Woodland St. The event will
feature: Bishop Larry Boston, The Alexanders
Singers, The Bostonettes, and many other outstand-
ing talents. The public is invited.

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ABNEY, Gladys, died November 13, 2007.
November 11, 2007. POOLE, Roberta, died
ACOSTA, Larry, 67, November 9, 2007.
died November 11, PRICE, Veronica, 61,
2007. died November 7, 2007.
BROWN, Charles L., REDDICK, Calvin B.,
73, died November 7, died November 12,
2007. 2007.
BROWN, David, 66, REYNOLDS, Gary,
died November 11, died November 10,
2007. 2007.
DAVIS, Glen, died WADE, Louella, died
November 11, 2007. November 11, 2007.
DOUGLAS, Patricia WALKER, Earl A., 57,
Ann, died November 12, died November 10,
2007. 2007.
FULLWOOD, Joseph, WHITE, Mary Ann,
71, died November 11, died November 10,
2007. 2007.
HOLZENDORF, WILLIAMS, Bobbie
Gloria Elaine, 66, died Ann, died November 12,
November 11, 2007. 2007.
McAVOY, Timothy, WILKES, Lorenzo,
died November 12, died November 12,
2007. 2007.
PHILLIPS, Hazel, died


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New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect.Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
Sunday School ...............................9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .......................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays
(Old Sanctuary)...................................11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting.............. ........ 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor 1
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus
(904) 764-5727 Church

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

Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
2036 Silver Street Jacksonville, FL 32206
Rev. R. L. Gundy, Pastor
(904) 354-7249 Church
'". Bible Power Enrichment Hour
Sunday School 9:15 10:15 a.m.
Baptism-Praise & Worship
(Sanctuary) 10:30 a.m.
Youth Church-2nd & 3rd Sundays
Lt 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 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org


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.
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No one wants to talk about
death and funerals. Too depress-
ing. Unfortunately, death is a fact
of life and there simply is no way
to avoid it. For indeed there is a
"time to be born and a time to
die."
You may want a traditional
funeral service with visitation
and a member of the clergy con-
ducting services at a church or a
funeral home. Would you want
an open or closed casket? Maybe
you want a special friend to do
the eulogy or family members to
read scripture passages or poetry.
Any favorite hymns?
First, you should shop
around and talk to a few funeral
directors. Yes, let your fingers do
the walking-comparing prices
for such things as casket,
embalming, ant the cost for pro-
fessional services.
Resist one-stop shopping,
which can include such things as


pra e cards. thanK-you notes.
and guest registers-the\ add up
quickly Manl\ opt for the funer-
al home in their neighborhood
for personalized services.
Decide on body disposition.
Burial or cremation? If earth bur-
ial, a cemetery plot should be
purchased; if above ground, a
mausoleum crypt. If cremation is
the choice, plan disposition of
the ashes. Do you want them
stored in a columbarium niche or
buried? Maybe you prefer to
have your ashes scattered?
An option some people take
is to donate organs and tissues to
a medical school (have a donor
card and check on requirements).
If you would rather have a
memorial service express that
wish. That means a service in the
funeral home or a church where
the body is not present..A com-
mon misconception is that when
the body is cremated you don't
hold a funeral. You can hold a
funeral before cremation.
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Jax Reads Grand Finale Celebration

The upper level of Jacksonville's Main Library and the
courtyard was such a lovely setting for the Grand Finale
Celebration of Jax Reads. Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes
Were Watching God was the book selected to be read by the
entire community. From the west to the beaches book reading
sessions and programs began in September and continued until
the finale celebration in November.
Ms. Phyllis McEwen, a Hurston authority performed her
'Zora Live' performance to kick off the Jax Read events.
Jax Reads activities included jazz performances, viewing
of Their Eyes Were Watching God film starring Halle Berry,
and lecture discussions of Jacksonville's connection to the
Harlem Renaissance presented by Ms. Hope McMath, Arts
Director at the Cummer Museum. Ms. Lucy Anne Hurston,
Hurston scholar and Zora Neale Hurston's niece spoke on Zora
Neale Hurston's life, work, and influence and time in
Jacksonville and elsewhere in Florida. Ms. Hurston's presenta-
tion also included signing copies of her book Speak So You
Can Speak Again, an award-winning biography of her aunt.
Tea, panel discussions, story telling, closed captioned movies,
and talking book sessions for those having special needs were
all included in the community wide reading initiative.
Of special note is Dr. Brenda Robinson Simmons' pres-
entation during the Jax Reads community initiative. Dr.
Simmons, a Hurston scholar and Florida Community College
North Campus's Executive Dean, gave a presentation on Zora
Neale Hurston's life, times, and work and facilitated a discus-
sion about Their Eyes Were Watching God. Dr. Simmons's
doctoral dissertation was on Zora Neale HurstonFCCJ's Gospel
Concert Chorale also performed at this event.
Jax Reads' grand finale celebration sponsored by The
Jacksonville Chapter, Links, Inc. Burger King and the Hester
Group was absolutely spectacular!
The finale featured music from The Elite Band in the
Jacksonville Main Library's Courtyard and Ritz Voices per-
forming on the lower level entrance as guests arrived. The
Hattitude Hat Gallery where most of the hats featured were
hats of Jacksonville Chapter, Links, Inc. member Mrs. Dana
Cunningham's late mother Mrs. Wilma Nell Sprott-Taft.
Mrs. Sprott-Taft who was always present for such events was
sorely missed and I know would have been so pleased with the
display. And as we viewed the hats we could feel her presence.
Acclaimed actor and Hurston authority Phyllis McEwen was
here to perform for the Grand Finale Celebration. Ms.
McEwen's performance was as always quite delightful!
Kudos to The Hester Group! The Main Library was trans-
formed for the grand
finale celebration.
From the mock
Eaton ille Countr -\
Store to the Courtmard
under the stars. it %was
all so \e en goodv I


Ritz Voices following their perJormance at jax ieaas rrana
Finale Celebration. Photo courtesy of The Hester Group.

.... .


Jacksonville Chapter Links. Inc. presi-
dent Dr. Geraldine I1 hire and thei chap-
ter's vice-president Mrs. 1 Marietta
LeBlanc Jones. Photo by J. Carl
Davis, Sr.


The Hester Group CEO Mrs. Hester Clark (at right) with her
Mother. Mrs. Clark's. company put on the fabulous Jax Reads
Finale. Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.

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Larry and Mrs. Adrianne McFarlin
King. The Kings have retired to
Jacksonville from Baton Rouge, LA.
Mrs. King the daughter of Mrs.
Thomasina McFarlin and the late
Kernaa D. McFarlin has affiliated with
the Jacksonville chapter Links, Inc.
Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.
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Mrs. Lenora Salter with her grand- Jacksonville Links president Dr. Geraldine Williams
children Chandler Bryant and Smith with her daughter Jacksonville Links member
Haden King. Photo by J. CarlDavis, Sr. Ms. Karen Smith.


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Ms. Iris Butler was 'sassy' in her
black and white chapeau. Photo
by J. Carl Davis, Sr.


Ms. LaSandra Pelzy and Ms.
Photo by J. Carl Davis, Sr.


Acclaimed actor and Hurston authority Ms.
Phyllis McEwen following her 'Zora Live per-
formance. Photo courtesy of The Hester Group.


'Zora' in front of her 'neighborhood store.' Photo courtesy of The
Hester Group.


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Great Day To Be A Jaguar!


Sunday was a great
day,- because it was a bad
day for the Titans. The
Titans quarterback was so
ineffective through the
first three quarters of the
game that the coach
seemed to not attempt
another play from scrim-
mage at the end of the first
half, electing instead to
kick a field goal and get
off the field trailing 14-3
before something bad
happened.
Young gathered some
yards in the fourth quarter
as the Jaguars protected a
two-touchdown lead, but
he was intercepted twice
and his anemic 64.8 pass-
er rating has to have the
Titans wondering today if
Young can lead them to
the playoffs. The Titans
and Jaguars are each 6-3.
Quinn Gray, who
made his third consecu-
tive start in place of the
injured David Garrard,


was efficient and made
big plays at big times,
though he threw for only
101 yards and one touch-
down. Gray's fourth-and-
two pass to Dennis
Northcutt for a first down
preceded a 15-yard naked
bootleg by Gray that led to
a short touchdown plunge
by Greg Jones that sealed
the win.
"Quinn did a nice job;
made some timely
throws," Del Rio said.
Gray had the option of
handing off to the running
back or keeping the ball
himself on the bootleg
play. He elected to keep it
because defensive end
Kyle "Vanden Bosch was-
n't respecting anything
backside, so we took
advantage of it," Gray
said.
The Jaguars defense
was the star of the game, a
week after a collapse in
New Orleans that is the


worst defensive perform-
ance in Jaguars history.
"Stop the run and con-
tain the mobile quarter-
back," middle linebacker
Mike Peterson said of the
Jaguars' defensive game
plan.
"We knew what they
were going to do," Gray
said of the Titans defense,
which was playing with-
out star defensive tackle
Albert Haynesworth.
"That might've hurt their
game plan," Gray said of
not having Haynesworth.
"When we heard that, our
ears perked up."
The Jaguars used what
they refer to as "22 per-
sonnel" two running
backs, two tight ends for
much of the game. They
ran the ball 44 times and
threw 23 passes. That's
the same run-heavy bal-
ance that won for them in
Tampa two weeks ago.


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Veterans Continued from A-1
After that assignment, Kericia tried to commit suicide and was admitted to the
Psychiatric unit of a hospital in Germany. Since 1984 she has been seeking 100%
financial assistance from the Veterans Administration. She appeared in the movie
Born on the Fourth of July" starring Tom Cruise and said the experience gave her the
courage to fight for her benefits. She made many political contacts in in September
2004 she appeared before the Congressional Black Caucus as a speaker on the theme
"Honoring African American Women Veterans" Shoshana Johnson who is known
for her time as a POW (Prisoner of War) was also a guest. Kericia received a stand-
ing ovation after speaking before the Caucus.
Kericia's last correspondence in her fight for rights, was received from the Texas
Veterans Commission dated September 10, 2007, stating her claim is pending.
Kericia said there are a number of reasons veterans and military personnel try to
commit suicide that the systems ignores. Some subjects are not discussed such as
the number of rapes of all races, and not by the enemy. She has formed an organi-
zation "Association of Veteran Women, Inc, to help veterans as well as those still on
active duty. Kericia is located in Dallas, Texas but is working, without compensa-
tion, to help others to gather strength and financial assistance.

Barry and OJ Continued from A-1
Simpson will face a jury trial as he did in 1994 for the murders of his ex-wife and
her friend. This time for kidnapping,, armed robbery and other charges. He could
receive a life sentence. Barry Bonds, 43, has been indicted for perjury arising from
his testimony in the BALCO (Bay Area Laboratory Cooperative) investigation. He
is being charged with four counts of perjury and one count of obstruction of justice
regarding his use of anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing substances.

Girl Continued from A-1

are seeking better conditions for traffic during the period the children are going and
leaving school. There is an elevated pedestrian bridge at the intersection but many
feel it is dangerous and not kept clean because of the number of homeless and oth-
ers who camp there. The city and the school board are being asked to remedy this
situation so "another angel,' will not have to leave so soon.
Those who wish to contribute to Shykeria's funeral expenses can donate to any
Vystar Credit Union account number 0702711161, Mary Maddox, Shykeria's
grandmother. Funeral services are planned for Saturday.



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Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville Transportation Authority
(JTA) is providing an opportunity for a public hearing to consider its
FY 2007/2008 Modernization Project in which, federal funds are being
requested from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Funding is
generally available on an 80/20 matching basis between federal,
state, and local sources. The public is encouraged to comment on
any and all projects listed below.


Facility/Guideway Upgrades:


$424,152


Persons wishing to testify on this subject must notify the JTA in.
writing before 5:00 p.m. on December 16, 2007. If a request is
received by the stated time, a public hearing will be scheduled and
the public notified. This notice will serve as the final notice. Mail
requests to:
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Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Post Office Drawer "0"
Jacksonville, Florida 32203
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Improvement Program (TIP) of the First Coast Metropolitan Planning
Organization (FCMPO) for the Jacksonville Urbanized Area. No
business displacements are expected to occur as a result of project
implementation. These projects will. have no substantial harmful
effects on the environment, nor will they adversely affect service
Levels to the elderly or disabled.
Details of the Program of Projects are posted in the JTA Lobby at 100
North Myrtle Avenue through December 16, 2007' during normal,
business hours. Persons with disabilities who need accommodations
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Lewis looked at her in shock and said, "Did I just
kill her or what?" He then left but later turned him-
self in. Lewis had an arrest record.
Johnny Smith, 19, during an undercover drug buy
operation, was shot when he grabbed the. cash and
pulled a gun on the two officers. Lewis was hit
twice and the other person with him at the time, ran
away. The shooting took place near the Hospitality
Inn on 103rd Street. Smith is still hospitalized.
Chanda Ford met a couple at their church in the
Beaver Street area and appeared to just want to be
their friend. She did accept gifts from the couple but
while the couple was ill, Ford took more than
$16,000 in cash as well as jewelry. She also took out
credit cards in their names and a mortgage. The
mortgage company recognized there was fraud
involved and contacted the police. Ford was arrest-
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

'RE: 49CFR Part 37, U.S.C. 5310

ESTIMATED APPORTIONMENT: $31,500
RECIPIENT: Jacksonville Transportation Authority



Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA)is
providing an opportunity for a public hearing to consider its FY 2008/2009
Program of Projects in which federal capital funds are being requested from
the State of Florida, Department of Transportation. Funding is available on
an 80/10/10 matching basis between federal, state.and local sources. The
public is encouraged to comment on any and all projects listed below:

CTC Miscellaneous Support Equipment '$ 35,000

Total Program of Projects: $ 35,000

Persons wishing to testify on this subject must notify the JTA in writing
before 5:00 p.m. on December 16, 2007. If a request is. received by the
stated time, a public hearing will be scheduled and the public notified.

Mail requests to:

Public Hearing, Section 5310Q CTC Grant
Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Post Office Drawer "0"
Jacksonville, Florida 32203

This project will 'be coordinated through the Transportation Improvement
Program (TIP) of tle First Coast Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
of the Jacksonville Urbanized Area. No business displacements are
expected to occur as a result of project implementation. This project will
have no substantial harmful effects on the environment, nor will they
adversely affect service levels to the elderly or disabled. The FDOT contact
person for District 2 is:

Gwendolyn H. Pra, District Rural Transportation Coodinator
FDOT District 1
2198 Edison Avenue
Jacksonville, Fl 32204-2730
904-360-5687
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Details of the Program of Projects are posted in the JTA Lobby at 100 North-
Myrtle Avenue through December 16, 2007 during normal business hours.
Persons with disabilities who need accommodations to attend the meeting
should contact the JTA Connexion office at 904-265-6001, CTC TDD 636-
7402. This notice will constitute the final notice and program of projects if no
comments are received.

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Jacksonville Transportation Authority


The Officers; board and members of The El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church will host
its Annual "Successful Role Model" Banquet on Thursday, November 29, 2007 at 6:30
p.m. at the Police Athletic League of Jacksonville, Inc. banquet Hall located at 3450
Monument Road.

Since 1980, we have honored dedicated individuals from the community for outstanding
achievements, leadership and their contributions in helping Jacksonville build a stronger and
healthier community.

Our 2007 "Successful Role Model" honorees are:
* Mr. Fitzhugh Powell C.E.O. of Cecil W. Powell Inc Company
* Glorious Johnson City Councilwoman at Large District # 5
* 'Mrs. Harriet Day Mother of Judge Lance Day
* Mr. Arthur Ferguson -
* Dr. Jarik E. Conrad Blue Print of Prosperity
* Mr. Roy Terry Jacksonville Police Officer
* Ms. Beverly McClain Founder of Families of Slain Hurting Children, Inc.

All past honorees are invited to attend and support this extraordinary event. The Greater El-
Beth-El Divine Holiness Church will also present a $100.00 savings bond to five (6) youth
for their outstanding academic accomplishments.

Our Guest Speaker for the evening will be Lieutenant Bobby Deal, Executive Director for the
Police Athletic League of Jacksonville, Inc.

To help us celebrate over 26 years of Successful Role Models in the Jacksonville-communi-
ty, we are seeking individual and corporate sponsorships to support the youth from the
Sickle Cell Anemia Patients and The Police Athletic League organizations.

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.











21st Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon for Seniors

"Celebrate Life"

When: November 20, 2007
Time: 9:30 a.m. -12:45 p.m.
Where: The Wyndham Riverwalk Hotel 1515 Prudential Drive

Sponsored by the General Managers of AM 1360 WCGL, AM 1400 WZAZ,
the Independent Living Advisory Council, Staff and Volunteers, The Senior
Life Foundation, and various City and Community agencies.

We request the honor of your presence to this celebration for some great
food and fellowship.

Please RSVP by November 12, 2007 to Mrs. Emma Hawkins at 630-0966.
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Hundreds of people attended Saturday's Black Expo at the Prime Osborn Convention Center
to \walk by vendor booths. listen to li\e music. get a makeover and meet celebrities like rapper
L.L. Cool J. But it wasn'tt all smoothies and dancing. The event also addressed major issues that
affect African-Americans such as health care and jobs.
Black Expo President Gerry IcCants said he hopes the attendees walk away with more than
just tote bags. He wants people to leave with the information needed to "build a foundation of help
to improve people's quality of life."
The theme for this year's expo was "Healthy, Wealthy and Wise."
To go along with the health theme. Ian Smith, a diet expert on the television show Celebnty
Fit Club, spoke about how to fight obesity. Smith w\as promoting his nationwide campaign. the
"50 Million Pound Challenge." which ur2es blacks to lose \weight.
Smith said he believes obesity is a problem in the black community because of attitude and
mixed-up prionties.
"Why do people think that it's too expensive to eat healthy, but spend $150 to get their hair
done?" he said.
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Make the Most of Campus Resources


Roxana Hadad,
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Think college is just
classes and all-nighters?
Your tuition covers
coursework-and a whole
lot more. Check out the
freebies and perks avail-
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At Your Service
Your college wants
your education to run as
smoothly as possible.
Take advantage of all the
services your campus
offers.
The best libraries in
the world are on college
campuses, and include
rare books, periodicals,
informational CD-ROMs
and extensive databases.
Financial aid officers
provide expert advice to
help keep your college
funding on track.
Career centers offer
information about majors,
internships, career oppor-
tunities, resume advice
and mock interviews.
Computer centers
give -free workshops on
how to use word process-


ing software and build
Web pages. They also
offer the free use of their
hardware and tech sup-
port.
Writing labs ha\ e
teachers who offer advice
and suggestions on papers
before you turn them in.
Free shuttle trans-
portation gets you around
campus safely and easily.

More to Learn
To encourage intellec-
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and cultural events year-
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Guest speakers come
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to speak on a broad range
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College departments
hold lectures and debates
on fascinating subjects.
Many campuses bring
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campus and society.
Lots of campuses


have \world-class muse-
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informational exhibits.

Staying Healthy
College doesn't only
get your mind in shape.
but your body. too. There
are lots of facilities and
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University clinics and
pharmacies give students
the care they need for ill-
nesses or injuries.
Free AIDS testing and
sexual health workshops
are anonymous and give
students important infor-
mation.
Counseling services
help students understand
themselves, achieve satis-
fying relationships and
improve their academic
performance.
Free gymnasiums and
pools have hours that are
perfect for a student's
schedule.
Athletic training and
aerobic classes help you
develop the best workout
plan for you.
Physical trainers heal
sports injury and help you


develop workouts that are
safe.
To promote good
dietary practices, healthy
living workshops and
nutritionists give you
advice on how to eat right.

Have a Good Time
There's a lot of fun to
be had on campus as well!
Most campuses host so
many events, you could
never do it all.
Both local and big-
time bands frequent col-
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the music-loving student
population.
Comedians often
work the college scene to
get some laughs from
stressed-out students.
Theater, dance and


musical productions intro-
duce a little culture to the
atmosphere.
Film festivals bring
independent and foreign
films to the student com-
munity.
Author and poetry
readings allow for an "up-
close" approach to litera-
ture.
To find out about
these opportunities, check
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in the hall of your resi-
dence hall. So take advan-
tage of the benefits of
your college years-and
make the most of what
your college has to offer.


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You may be eligible for
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Part of who you are is
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these awards. Check with
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Outside the admission line, there was a free health fair where people could learn about health services in Jacksonville, receive a free
flu shot and get a neck massage. Winn-Dixie sponsored free glucose and blood pressure tests with a doctor on site to give medical advice.
LL Cool J, who was signing copies of his book I Make My Own Rules, was brought to the event because of fitness videos.
Black Expo also had the feel of a job fair as recruiters were on hand from dozens of companies..
McCants, a North Carolina businessman who holds Black Expo events in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia, said he
hopes the information will "educate, empower and enlighten African-Americans throughout Florida."
"We're trying to get people to be aware of the good things in the community from an economic development standpoint and also to
inform people because a lot of people come here to get the right kind of information," he said.
Ricky Watson, 50, of Jacksonville, said he attended because he wanted to find out about black-owned businesses or services that he
might be interested in.
"I wanted to get a feel for what black Jacksonville has to offer," he said.


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Que-My Monroe, a stylist for Jabez Hair Restoration Center from
Columbia, S.C., was among those participating in Saturday's Black
Expo in downtown Jacksonville. This year's theme was "Healthy,
Wealthy and Wise."


Greg Fite,


of Window World, waits to talk to visitors during
Saturday's annual Black Expo.


Fashion Show Expose


The beautiful models of Syn Sha Inc. along with the lovely young
ladies of John Robert Powers took to the stage of the Black Expo on
November 3, 2007 to showcase the work of local designer
Yvette Evans. Yv'ette is the owner of "Evetevan Girl Stuff! Inc," pro-
nounced "Yvette Yvonne .
Ms. Evans says her Girly Stuff caters to an attitude not an age and
this was apparent by the way her "Mlissy clothing designed for ages 25
years and up conformed easily to suit the young women who ranged in
age from 13-30. The designer captures the true essence of femininity in
her often frilly concoctions and believes the garments she constructs
always assume the identity of their hostess.
Yvette says she is absolutely certain that it must be a scientifically
proven fact recorded in a book somewhere that a GIRL can never have
enough STUFF. hence the acronym "GIRL", which spelled out stands
for: Glarmorous, Independent, Refined. Lady. STLFF.
"I never know what type of art will manifest itself when I drape my
mannequin, so ladies will find lots of different "Stuff' in my store: this
works well for my customers who are "mood dressers" like me.
Having just completed three presentations at the Southern Women's


Show one week earlier Yvette worked with Ms. Stephanie Rosettos,
owner of the "Step Shoetique" located at 1246 Beach Blvd. Ms. Rosettos
provided an array of spectacular shoes, handbags and accessories.
"Stephanie's flair for the extraordinary made the shows shine." purports
Mrs. Evans whose fur boot kozies and fur vests were shown on the Expo
main stage in an earlier show done by the Jacksonville Hair Institute.
Inclusion in these local shows precedes the opening of a new
Boutique located at 1603 West Edgewood Ave. #3.The store is sched-
uled to open in late November for retail and custom clients. There the
designer will host "Girly" parties in intimate evening settings by invita-
tion once a month where customers are encouraged to purchase fashions
off the rack, as well as shoes and accessories or place custom orders.
Ladies remember to hang on to your pink "Evetevan" shopping
bags. The designer says she has signed each one personally but will buy
back three very special bags on April 10th 2010 for $100.00 each. She
won't reveal what makes those particular bags special, but the only way
to get one is to visit the Boutique where the motto is: "All Kinds of Stuff
for All the Girls In You". Good luck!


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by Gail Carter


We attended the
2007 Black Expo at the
Prime Osborn,
Jacksonville Florida.


One of the guest stars
that attended was LL
Cool J. He held a fan
signing there. We had to
stand in a long line, but
as we were getting clos-
er, the attendant counted
off a group of people
ahead of us to go onto
another line. My daugh-
ter Gala was included.
She got the chance to
meet and hug LL Cool J.
We eagerly and patiently
awaited the next count
off, and when we got the
chance to meet him, we
took a picture with him
and he hugged all of us.


I also got the chance to
share with him my pas-
sion to help children
with special needs. He
was so real. We actually
took the longest time
talking to him.
Then he referred me to
his manager and gave
me a telephone number
for possible follow up.
It was so exciting and a
pleasure to meet him!
Gala saw LL Cool J
when he entered the
Expo auditorium, and
she and her sisters
decided to go to the exit
and wait for him. LL


Cool J's manager was by
the exit, so Gala asked
him if .her sister could
sing for LL Cool J. He
told her to ask him.
As LL Cool J was
approaching the exit she
yelled, "My sister wants
to sing for you!", but he
did not hear her at first,
so she yelled it again.
He agreed, and Gasia
became visibly nervous
to the point that she
couldn't sing. He
encouraged her to relax
and sing. Gala prompted
her to sing by singing
"All my pride is all I


lowed. Gala sang LL
Cool J portion and Gasia
sang Jennifer Lopez por-
tion. After they finished-
singing LL Cool J said
that Gasia has a beauti-
ful voice and she was
already making money;
he reached into his
ii^
pocket and pulled our
what appeared to be a
$10.00 bill but it was
actually a $100.00 bill!
She was so grateful and
inspired. Gasia and her
sisters gave hime a big
hug and they left. How
exciting!


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ment and fun to spare
for all ages, the 2007
Brunswick and
Jacksonville Fair was a
big hit with attendees
from all over the coun-
try coming to join in the
excitement.




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Smokey the Bear and a
friend at the fair.



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Q: Which fish
operations?
A: A Sturgeon!


Silly Jokes


can perform


Q: What kind of fish is useful in
freezing weather?
A: Skate!

Q: What do you call a fish with
no eyes?
A: Fsh!

Q: What lives in the ocean, is
grouchy and hates neighbours?
A: A hermit crab!

Q: What do you get from a bad-
tempered shark?
A: As far away as possible!


Q: Why did the whale cross the
road?
A: To get to the other tide!

Q: Where do shellfish go to bor-
row money?
A: To the prawn broker!

Q: What happened to the shark
who swallowed a bunch of
keys?
A: He got lockjaw!


Q: What fish only
night?
A: A starfish!


swims at


Q: Where do you weigh whales?
A: At a whale weigh station!


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POINTERS FOR PARENTS

Recognizing and Preventing Gang Involvement
This quick reference guide provides common warning signs of gang involvement, but may not be all-encompassing. Parents
should look for multiple signs to indicate possible gang involvement because some of these indicators alone, such as clothes or
musical preferences, are also common among youth not involved in gangs. Parents are encouraged to familiarize themselves
with local gang symbols, seek help early, and consider contacting school personnel, local law enforcement, faith leaders, and
community organizations for additional assistance.
Warning Signs That Your Child
May Be Involved with a Gang


* Admits to "hanging out" with kids in gangs
* Shows an unusual interest in one or two
particular colors of clothing or a particular
logo
* Has an unusual interest in gangster-influ-
enced music, videos, movies, or websites.
* Uses unusual hand signals to communicate
with friends
* Has specific drawings or gang symbols on
school books, clothes, walls, or tattoos
* Comes home with unexplained physical
injuries (fighting-related bruises, injuries to
hand/knuckles)


* Has unexplained cash or goods, such as
clothing or jewelry
* Carries a weapon
* Has been in trouble with the police
* Exhibits negative changes in behavior such
as:
* Withdrawing from family
* Declining school attendance, performance,
behavior
* Staying out late without reason
* Displaying an unusual desire for secrecy
* Exhibiting signs of drug use
* Breaking rules consistently
* Speaking in gang-style slang


What Parents Can Do to Prevent
Gang Involvement


* Spend quality time with your child
* Get involved in your child's school activities
* Be a positive role model and set the right
example
* Know your child's friends and their families
* Encourage good study habits
* Teach your child how to cope with peer pres-
sure
* Help your child develop good con-
flict/resolution- skills
* Encourage your child to participate in positive
afterschool activities with adult supervision
(recreation centers, organized sports, youth
groups)
* Take action in your neighborhood (create a


neighborhood alliance, report and remove graf-
fiti)
* Talk with your child about the dangers and
consequences of gang involvement. Let your
child know that you don't want to see him or
her hurt or arrested.
*Explain to your child that he or she should
NOT:
* Associate with gang members
* Attend parties or social events sponsored by
gangs
* Use hand signs, symbols, or language that is
meaningful to gangs
* Wear clothing, including specific colors, which
may have meaning to gangs in your area


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Dreams o. .u.e.


Every year members
of the National Marrow
Donor Program meet in
Minneapolis, Minnesota
for a Fall Council
Meeting. This was the
20th Anniversary of the
program with 1100
worldwide members
participating.
On Sunday,
November 04, 2007 at
9:50 am CST Mrs.
Jacqueline Byrd meet
her recipient little Ms.
Paizley Carwell-Bowens
and family during this
grand occasion. During a
standing ovation Jackie
approached the stage
with her daughter Jayln.'
She shared her story
about why she joined the
national registry and the
donation process.
Jackie explained to
the audience when she
learned that she was the
best candidate and that
-'Paizley. was the same
age of her daughter she
knew she had to donate.
Jackie stated that this
could have been her
daughter and she would
have wanted someone to
step up and do the same


thing. It not about self;
the donation was about
saving the life of a little
girl and giving her
opportunities for a.better
life that is why I donated
Bone Marrow. Dr.
Dennis Confer, Chief.
Medical Officer of the
National Marrow Donor
Program was speechless.
Dr. Confer couldn't wait
any longer he introduced
Paziley and her family.
Jackie was clam until the
doors opened and there
standing was Paziley,
her mother Sue Ann
Carwell and little sister
Nina. Again everyone
standing and applauding
as they approached the
stage. Within seconds
Jackie, Paziley and Sue
Ann, embraced each
other. Tears of joy cov-
ered the room.
Sue Ann thanked
Jackie for all that she
had done for her little
girl explaining that
Paizley had gone
through so much over
the years and because of
you we are standing here
today.
Pazilev surprised


everyone standing front
stage calm as a bumble
bee reading a thank you
letter she had written
earlier with her tutor. No
one knew about until the
day of. She had tears in
everyone eyes again. As
of today, Paizley
Carwell- Bowens .is
Sickle Cell Disease free
continuing with therapy
she has come a long way
per her Transplant
Coordinator at the Los
Angeles Children's
Hospital. We are thank-
ful and Blessed for
donors like Jackie Byrd
that stays committed and
go through the process.
LIFE. It's in you.
During the Byrd
family visit they enjoyed
the city of Minneapolis,
visiting the Mall of
America, Nicollet Mall,
St. Andrews Park and
other sites. They also
enjoyed an evening
watching the Minnesota
Timber wolves play the
Denver Nuggets and got
to meet several football
players with the
Minnesota Vikings.
Also. worldwide


give HOPE to patients
everywhere.
This was an honor
for our center her in
Jacksonville to have our
donor to meet her recipi-
ent at this magnitude.
We are great full for our
collection center The
Mayo Clinic and St.
Luke's Hospital who
collects all our products
form every donor that
goes through our donor
center.


From left to right: Bone marrow recipient Paizley Carwell-
Paizley with uncle, mother, and Jackie Byrd, bone marrow donor Bowe, son yrd, and Jayen Byr, children of be
Bowens, Jason Byrd, Jr. and Jaylen Byrd, children of bone
(right).
marrow donor


marketing company
Padilla Speer Beardsley
completed a video of the
Byrd family visit film-
ing, the family walking
at Nicollet Mall, and
other well known sites
through out the city. A
personal interview with
Jackie Byrd and Patricia
Randolph was conduct-
ed as well. They will
piece this all together
with clips from Paizley
and make one video.
Join the National
Marrow Registry and


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NOVEMBERDL 17, 2007/


"Boxes of Love" Provide Food and Hope to Needy on the First Coast; I I
For the seventh year, Here's Life Inner City Jacksonville with the help of
Winn-Dixie, local volunteers, churches and organizations shared Boxes of Love to V
help provide some holiday cheer to the hungry on the First Coast. i elp iilerC l -
Each Box, which costs $37 to sponsor, contained enough food to feed a family of ihil rll f-iii
six for Thanksgiving. Winn-Dixie and its vendor partners have donated the grocery '.
items that will be packed in each of the 3,500 boxes at the annual packing party. "" I' c Oto* ( drisl [i"t) !v
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. is one of the nation's largest food retailers with 521
stores. Founded in 1925, the company is headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla. For more information, please
visit www.winn-dixie.com.
Here's Life Inner City, the urban ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ International, partners with
more than 1,000 inner-city churches and organizations nationwide to reach out to America's poor with
the resources they need not only to survive, but also to succeed and overcome the challenges of poverty.
Founded in 1983 in New York, Here's Life Inner City has grown to serve 18 cities, with a staff of 175.
The Boxes of Love program is part of a national effort among 18 cities across the country to provide
hunger relief and spiritual guidance.
Here's Life Inner City, 5860 Mt. Carmel Terrace, Jacksonville, Fla. 32216. For information on vol-
unteering for future packing parties, contact Ben Goldsmith at (904) 448-0737 ext. 1 or Susan Hill at ext.
4, or email Susan.Hill@ccci.org.
Special Delivery (True Story)
A bulging Box of Love is usually welcomed with open arms. Filled with a Thanksgiving meal for six,
along with Christian materials, these Boxes are provided, by Here's Life for distribution by inner-city
churches. It's a wonderful 20-year tradition.
But occasionally the initial response to the gift is unexpected. Pastor Isaac, from north of
Minneapolis, was surprised when he offered a Box of Love to Issa, a man who had recently moved to his
neighborhood.
Issa was vehement: "I don't want to receive food from you. You must leave!" Pastor Isaac left the home. but he left
the Box of Love outside the door, knowing how much Issa needed the food.
It turned out that Issa was did not have much understanding of Christianity, and he was suspicious, though he later
admitted that the huge amount of food really impressed him. This generosity began to expand his view of Christianity. -. "
Ahmed, a relative of Issa and a believer, began to talk with him about faith. Over time their conversations deepened:
Issa also reconnected with Pastor Isaac. Ahmed invited Issa to join him at church, but he resisted.
Finally he agreed, though he promised he wouldn't respond to the message. "I might even leave early" lhe added.
Yet by the end of the service, Issa had opened his heart to Christ!
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before had not been very satisfying and that he had never before experienced the love he'd observed and received from k
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they entered church. Soon he became an official usher, and today he is head of the usher board!
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Dear Deanna!
I'm a Christian and I thought I was happily married. I think my
husband may be having an affair with my cousin. He hasn't dis-
played any signs of cheating nor has his behavior changed. I
looked at his cell phone bill and see that he's been calling my
cousin on a more than regular basis. It pushed me over the edge when I came home late one
night and found him at my cousin's house eating pizza and watching movies. Is there some-
thing going on or am I insecure?
Worried Christian Natchez, MS

Dear Worried:
It's amazing that as a Christian you have the Word, but run when the world slaps you with a
test of faith. Your husband doesn't need to call your cousin or any woman unless it's busi-
ness. He should also be home late at night.. Yes something is going on if you didn't know
where he was and found him at your cousin's house. Share your concerns and suspicions
with your husband, suggest a few rules concerning your cousin and keep it moving.
* ******* ** **
Dear Deanna!
I am over 40 and look very good for my age. I date younger men, love younger men and
prefer intimacy with younger men. My daughter who is 20 years old is jealous of me and at
times, we've competed for the same love interests. She's not speaking to me now because
her boyfriend left her and now he wants to date me. My daughter is important but she can't
control my love life. Should I just let this young man go to make her happy or keep him?
Good Looking Mom Los Angeles, CA

Dear Good Looking:
You may look good for your age, but there's nothing cute about scooping up your daughter's
leftovers. She's right to be upset and no man should make you this foolish to not understand
her feelings. You've obviously mistaken her embarrassment for jealousy. You need to grow
up and be the parent in this relationship and put your daughter's concerns before any man.
In other, words, don't be nasty going behind your daughter and you need to choose her
instead of her boyfriend.

Dear Deanna!
I want to have a baby but my boyfriend is against it. He wants to wait until we get married
but he has no plans to propose soon. He has threatened that he will leave me if I trick him
and come up pregnant. My clock is ticking and I want a baby before I get too old. I don't
understand what the problem is and I am willing to end this relationship if things don't
change soon. How do I express the seriousness of this baby issue with my boyfriend?
Tanisha Jacksonville, FL

Dear Tanisha:
Your relationship is missing the word marriage, your boyfriend doesn't have the title
of husband and going ahead with your baby plan equals ignorance.
Your boyfriend should realize he can't be tricked into pregnancy if he protects him-
self especially if your little clock is ticking. If he hasn't proposed on his own will,
pregnancy won't change his intent or urgency. Face it, he's not interested in a baby
or marriage right now and you can either love it or leave it.
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AIR APPARENTAt
Ester Davis, ReligionAndSpirituality.com
Americans these days are pursuing what appears to be lavish 2N,
living despite concerns over the economy. The upscaling of sim-
ple items reflects our thirst to have the best of even the most
mundane. Additionally, Americans look for any luxury services
that will pamper or relieve them from mundane duties and the
everyday rat-and-run race. Among the favorites are travel, beauty and entertainment. Now,
travel is like that, and what a change! Thumbs up for private planes. Thumbs down for conm-
mercial jets.
Whether ydur next executive meeting or event requires a translator or a trainer, person-
al chef, top entertainment, imaginative theme party or an intimate dinner .at an exceptional
restaurant, make arrangements with a concierge and stroll aboard a chartered jet. Why?
First, it's more productive as in no lines. In many airports you drive right up to the cock-
'pit door for boarding.
Second, you can travel on your own schedule to your destination. You can work while
you travel. Check-in requires only three or four minutes. Your shoes stay on your feet where
they belong. You can land in close to 10,000 airports, compared to the 4,000 that commer-
cials airlines and jets have to use. Think about this: wo.o a client with lunch at Big Sur or
"wow" your parents with a day of retail therapy on Chicago's magnificent mile. Get there
in luxury style, top-of-the-line comfort, roomy Italian leather Olympic-size chairs, person-
al electronic entertainment systems and did I mention no lines?
True, the world has changed, but let's face it, its slower. Our excessive security is
annoying. Everybody says the polite thing about our excessive security while on the inside
they are screaming louder and louder, thinking, "I just want to be free.'
Well, did you know that help has arrived? Among the most profitable services in this
millennium is the timeshared friendly skies with wings. Here's how it works. You can buy
a share of an aircraft (a.k.a. private jet sharing). Seemingly, the most popular share is about
one-eighth. Fractional ownerships are hot. Timeshare condos started this trend twenty years
ago. Let's say your cost/share can start as little as you want for an aircraft. This includes
consulting, maintenance, crew scheduling, a live concierge and superb service. Some pri-
vate planes have close to 9,000 flights annually. Simple arithmetic here. This rate is climb-
ing 10 to 20 percent per year with a personal chef and your menu in tow. Ok, you don't want
to buy an aircraft. One of the top ten jobs for this decade is aircraft mechanics. The indus-
try needs something like 20,000 of them right now.
With our current health and diet culture, personal chefs are not waiting for the phones
to ring.
Quite frankly, private jet sharing is the new taxi cab. Business needs, national confer-
ences and events are no longer in-the-city but in adjacent towns. These. little towns, their
resorts and spas with their fancy names are located outside the big cities of the world.
Actually, we are moving back-to-the-country under assumed names. I can see so many
things as/we see them today, changing. Some people call this intelligent optimism see-
ing the world not as it is, but as it could be and then channeling that perspective into work-
able initiatives. Some folks call it recycling, but, as the Bible says, there is nothing new
under the sun.
Air travel will increase ten times in this decade. The new AirBus is ready to hit the big
blue "heavenly" sky, taxing away from the gate with 550 people on board. Just a new mixed
bag of confusion with more security. The service could possibly come with something
extreme like requiring you to purchase your ticket online, which includes your suit/dress
size for the "uniform" you must wear for boarding. You will order everything you need
before boarding, and rent it in flight.
How about lunch? Your jet or mine? And did I mention no line?

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


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...TO REFURBISH A FOOTBALL FIELD FOR THE DYE CLAY FAMILY
YMCA IN ORANGE PARK
National Neighborhood MVP Program Honors Mathis for Giving Back to the Community --

On November 13, 2007, Rashean
Mathis, cornerback for the Jacksonville
Jaguars, along with volunteers from The
Home Depot, organizers from the non-
profit organization KaBOOM!, and mem-
bers of the local community joined forces
to completely refurbish the football field
for the Dye Clay Family YMCA, in just .-
one day.
The field refurbishment is part of The
Home Depot NFL Neighborhood MVP .
program that recognizes and celebrates :
NFL players for their commitment to giv-
ing back to their local communities. -.-
Mathis was one of 17 players selected
league-wide for his work in founding the .
Hall of Heroes Foundation, which cele- -." "
brates the successes of community lead- ~ ~ 'i :' ..
ers in and around the Jacksonville area. .'. '.,
The Home Depot developed the NFL :;';
Neighborhood MVP program as part of its ongoing commitment to give back to the
communities its associates live and work in.
The football field refurbishment project impacts the more than 500 students who
participates in the Dye Clay Family YMCA programs and will provide a safe and
attractive surface for summer camps, home school PE classes, YMCA members and
for local soccer, lacrosse and football leagues.

Jacksonville Chapter of The Links Joins

National Donor Sunday Effort
The Jacksonville support of dialysis Africans Americans are
Chapter of The Links, patients and community waiting for an organ trans-
Incorporated has devel- awareness activities dur- plant in Jacksonville.
oped a comprehensive ing National Organ and Nationally, approximately
Linkages to Life program Tissue Donor Awareness 28,000 African Americans
for the Jacksonville com- Week. are waiting. African
munity. The goal of "Several members of Americans represented
Linkages To Life is to our chapter have benefited 14% of the total number
encourage African from the generous gift of of organ donors in 2006.
Americans to consider organ donation", says The Links, incorporat-
organ and tissue donation. Hester Clark, Links mem- ed is a not-for-profit
The members of The ber, and mother of a liver organization of more than
Jacksonville Chapter have transplant recipient. "We 12,000 women of color,
provided thousands of know that there are many committed to enhancing
bulletin inserts to area in our community who are the quality of life in our
churches in recognition of waiting for a kidney, communities. The
Donor Sunday and mem- heart, liver or other Jacksonville Chapter of
bers worshipped together organs. Our members are The Links, Inc. has served
on Sunday, November committed to improving the Jacksonville commu-
llth at the First Baptist the health of our commu- nity since 1966.
Church of Oakland. nity".
Additional, plans include Currently over 350


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

RE: 49CFR Part 37, U.S.C. 5310
ESTIMATED APPORTIONMENT: $31,500
RECIPIENT: Jacksonville Transportation Authority


Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) is
providing an opportunity for a public hearing to consider its FY 2008/2009
Program of Projects in which federal capital funds are being requested from
the State of Florida, Department of Transportation. Funding is available on
an 80/10/10 matching basis between federal, state and local sources. The
public is encouraged to comment on any and all projects listed below:
CTC Miscellaneous Support Equipment $ 35,000
Total Program of Projects: $ 35,000
Persons wishing to testify on this subject must notify the JTA in writing
before 5:00 p.m. on December 16, 2007. If a request is received by the
stated time, a public hearing will be scheduled and the public notified.
Mail requests to:
Public Hearing, Section 5310 CTC Grant
Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Post Office Drawer "0"
Jacksonville, Florida 32203
This project will be coordinated through the Transportation Improvement
Program (TIP) of the First Coast Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
of the Jacksonville Urbanized Area. No business displacements are
expected to occur as a result of project implementation. This project will
have no substantial harmful effects on the environment, nor will they
adversely affect service levels to the elderly or disabled. The FDOT contact
person for District 2 is:
Gwendolyn H. Pra, District Rural Transportation Coodinator


FDOT District II
2198 Edison Avenue
Jacksonville, FI 32204-27301
904-360-5687
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Details of the Program of Projects are posted in the JTA Lobby at 100 North
Myrtle Avenue through December 16, 2007 during normal business hours.
Persons with disabilities who need accommodations to attend the meeting
should contact the JTA Connexion office at 904-265-6001, CTC TDD 636-
7402. This notice will constitute the final notice and program of projects if no
comments are received.

Kenneth R. Holton
Manager of Capital Programming and Grants
Jacksonville Transportation Authority

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COMMUNITY


CAPTIONS

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

BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY President Trudie Kibbe Reed
and the University Board of Trustees invite you to join them in the dedica-
tion of the L. Gale Lemerand School or Nursing and the Odessa
Chambliss Wellness Center, Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 5:45 p.m., 739
West International Speedway Blvd., in Daytona Beach, FL. Reception
immediately following at the Performing Arts Center at Bethune-Cookman
University, 698 West International Speedway Blvd. R.S.V.P. 'to 386-2950 by
November 28th.
GARY W. BELSON ASSOCIATES, INC. (Special Security Operations)
Range & Educational Training Center "Certified Basic Pistol &
Advanced Defensive Tactics and "How Not to Go To Jail Course"
Saturday, November 17, from 7:45AM to 5PM in Nassau County, FL. CWP
Training Certificate included.. Certified Concealed Weapon License
(Permit) Course, satisfies Florida State statute 790.06 for Application to
Lawfully Carry a Concealed Weapon. 1 Hour Course, $35.00 by Appt. in
Nassau County, FL. Call Gary Belson at (904)491-8358 for information.
"FISH FRY PACKED WITH FAVORITES" Palm Coast...The Family
Fun Day Fish Fry will be packed with delicious fish dinners and sandwich-
es beginning at $6 in the educational center of First A.M.E. Church. Freshly
prepared whiting, catfish, and shrimp will round out the favorites and the
enjoyment of a game of bid whist, spades or dominoes. Dine in or take out
on Saturday, November 17, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. The Rev. Gillard S. Glover is
the pastor of First A.M.E. Church, 91 Old Kings Road North. The church
can be reached at (386) 446-5759.
THE JOHNSON FAMILY YMCA will be having a free basketball
clinic for children between the ages of 8 to 16 on November 24th
atl0:00am 12:00pm. If you would like for your child to attend this
event, please call the Johnson Family YMCA at 765-3589 to regis-
ter. Spaces are limited and are awarded by first come, first serve
basis.
THE EL-BETH-EL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH will host its
Annual "Successful Role Model" Banquet on Thursday,
November 29, 2007 at 6:30 p.m. at the Police Athletic League of
Jacksonville, Inc. banquet Hall located at 3450 Monument Road in
Jacksonville, FL. Since 1980, we have honored dedicated individu-
als from the community for outstanding achievements, leadership
and their contributions in helping Jacksonville build a stronger and
healthier community. Our 2007 "Successful Role Model" honorees
are:
*Mr. Fitzhugh Powell C.E.O. of Cecil W. Powell Inc Company
*Glorious Johnson City Councilwoman at Large District # 5
*Mrs. Harriet Day Mother of Judge Lance Day *Mr. Arthur
Ferguson -
*Dr. Jarik E. Conrad Blue Print of Prosperity *Mr. Roy Terry Jacksonville Police
Ofc
*Ms. Beverly McClain Founder of Families of Slain Hurting
Children; Inc.
All past honorees are invited to attend and support this extraordi-
nary event. The Greater El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church will
also present a $100.00 savings bond to five (5) youth for their out-
standing academic accomplishments. Our Guest Speaker for the
evening will be Lieutenant Bobby Deal, Executive Director for the
Police Athletic League of Jacksonville, Inc. To help us celebrate
over 26 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 ten (10)
are available for $500.00 (includes your ad in our souvenir journal).
Individual tickets are $5'0.00. Please complete and submit the
enclosed-form by November 16, 2007 along with your check
payable to: El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church. For ticket informa-
tion, 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 -.4 co.nml,,, I.l pro-
grain providing case management, medical. employment edic action and referral
services in Baker: CIay. Duval, Flag/e: Nassau. St. JohIns and Io/u.siia counties.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida Jacksonville location provides Neurological
Care Assistance and Case Management Services to persons with Epilepsy and or Seizure
Disorders. The office is located in Jacksonville's Lake\\ ood area at 5209 San .lose Blvd., Ste
101, Jacksonvlle, FL 32207. Business hours are: Monda\ through Friday from 8 a In to 5
p.m. For Volusia County, contact VOLUSIA COUNTY\ EXTENSION, P.O. Box 11424.
Daytona Beach, FL 32120. OfT ice phone (3S6) 274-i0648.
The Epilepsy Foundation has Monthly Support GroupS for Clients, a.nd Parents of
Individuals \ith Epilepsy. Support Group Locations are:
CLAY COUNTY ORANGE PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY (Conference Room A) at
2054 Plainfield Rd., Orange Park. FL 32073. Groups are held on the Ist Wednesday,
January through May from 6 8 p.m.: Break (June and July): and August through
December from 6 8 p.m.
DUVAL COUNTY SHANDS (T\\IN TOWERS) BUILDING. 580 West Sth Street.


2nd Floor (Mason Room). Jackson\ille, FL 32209. Groups are held on the 4th
Tuesday. January through October from 6 8 p.m.
DUVAL COUNTY PARENT SUPPORT GROUP-HENDRICKS AVENUE BAP-
TIST CHURCH, 4001 Hendricks Ave.. (Room D), Jacksonville, FL 32207. Groups
are held on the 2nd Thursday, January through December-from 6:30 8:30 p.m.
NASSAU COUNTYYULEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 86003 Clii istian
Way (off A1A), Yulee, FL 32043. Groups are held on the 1st Tuesday, Janura,
through October from 6 8 p.m.
ST. JOHNS COUNTY ST. JOHNS PUBLIC LIBRARY, 1960 Ponce De Leon
Blvd. (Conference Room), St. Augustine. FL 32084. Groups, are held on the 4th
Wednesday, January through October from 6 8 p.m.


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I March 21st thru April 19th
Monday is a truly fantastic day for you. You
feel a little insecure, however, because you're
so ahead of the curve -- so out there in front
and lonely at the top. But you're looking good
and impressing everyone. Tuesday and
Wednesday, you get wind of other people's
opinions of you and you almost start blushing.
Thursday through Saturday, don't let all the
attention go to your head. Keep doing what
you've been doing. Keep charging forward. If
you need help, call up a pal. Then, on Sunday,
get some sleep already.


S TAURUS
SApril 20th thru 1May 20th
Money has a way of flying out of your life on
Monday. And it's not just physical bills: Be
wary of anything that might deplete your bank
account at the start of the week, including
long-term financial agreements. It's just not
the time for those. Tuesday and Wednesday,
you put on some old-fashioned rock music and
start thinking about the world as a giant system
of related parts. You start thinking like a hip-
pie, basically. But not in a bad way! Thursday
through Saturday, don't take anything anyone
else says too seriously. They're most likely just
playing around. On Sunday, link arms with a
good pal.

GEMINI
May 21st thru June 21st
You and a good friend know each other so
well. This is especially helpful -- this commu-
nicating on another level that you're doing --
early in the week when you take on a project
together. (Besides, you love any excuse for a
project.) Tuesday and Wednesday, things get
intense, and it's possible you'll have doubts
about whether this person should be as close to
you as you've let them become. What you
should do is talk about your doubts openly.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday are
impressionable days for you. Expect some of
your strongly held opinions to be revised a little.


CANCER
.. June 22nd thru July 22nd
Rather than feel frustrated and tapped out, do
something you love on Monday. Let the peo-'
ple who are waiting for things from you know
that you need a little extra time. And then go to
the zoo. Or the movies. Or wherever you feel
like going. Tuesday and Wednesday you're
feeling similarly antisocial, but not in a nega-
tive or cynical way. You're just lost in your
own head. By the second half of the week --
Thursday through Sunday -- you've come out
of your shell. Engage the people around you
with a startling intellectual debate. Make a
pronouncement and see if you can support it.

SLEO
S-" / ,
I July 23rd thru Aug 22nd
Monday is hot! Not in the weather sense, but
in the romantic sense. It's an insane explosion
of passion. Lucky you! Throw your all into
Monday, and take some pictures or something,
because the rest of the week you're bogged
down in all kinds of work matters. Tuesday
and Wednesday, as much as you disagree with
someone, hear them out. It'll mean the world
of difference to them. Thursday through
Saturday, you. most likely need to let go of
something. (Stubbornness?) Sunday offers lots
of enticements, but you can't decide which
sounds the most fun. There's nothing romantic
in the stars on Sunday.

'7 VIRGO
S Aug 23rd thru Sept 22nd
You'd love to rush right through things on
Monday, but you didn't get this far by rushing
through things. That's just not your style.
You're meticulous -- for better or worse. This
week, it's for .the better. Tuesday and
Wednesday, it's as if the universe is rewarding
you for all you do. It's rewarding you with
romance, mostly, but also with creative inspi-
ration and plenty of stuff to laugh about. The
highlight of the second half of the week is that
you find a new way to keep track of your mail.
Admit it: This sort of thing makes you want to
run, jump in the air and click your heels
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You've found a good groove on Monday.
People are nodding constantly as you talk -- a
sign that they're with you, they're impressed by
what you have to say and they see you as an
expert in whatever subject you're discussing.
Funny, then, that you'd be paralyzed by the
'blahs' on Tuesday and Wednesday. It could be
that something in your past, for whatever rea-
son, has snuck into your thoughts again. Or
possibly it's just middle-of-the-week lethargy.
Good news: It has completely evaporated by
Thursday, and the entire second half of the
week is romantic and fun. Good times.

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It's easy to lose sight of what you really think
on Monday, what with all your friends follow-
ing the crowd. The group mentality is some-
thing, isn't it? Don't buy into it. Be an icono-
clast. Trust yourself. Tuesday and Wednesday,
your instincts are your greatest weapon.
Communicate honestly -- even when it's tough
to do so -- and you'll impress the pants off
everyone. Thursday through Saturday, you're
nearly blindsided by a huge issue at home. It
needs your attention, stat! Sunday's a bit mel-
lower. Kissing someone is in the stars.


SAGITTARIUS
./. Nov 22nd thru Dec 21st
You march into the week with total confidence,
and comfortable shoes (which are important).
Joy, goodwill and exploration all figure into
your day on Monday. It's a great first note to a
good week. Happiness is a constant theme.
Tuesday and Wednesday, you find a way to
enjoy yourself without spending a dime.
(Bonus!) Thursday through Saturday, the
exploration theme resurfaces, although the
explorations are more social than athletic.
You're not climbing mountains; you're meeting
people and exchanging ideas. It feels great.
Come Sunday, you're in listening mode.

CAPRICORN
Dec 22nd thru Jan 19th

On Monday, you don't see how you're possibly
going to get everything done this week. But it's
your ability to get things done under impossible
circumstances that has gotten you where you are.
Plus, come Tuesday you're amazed at how quick-
ly the tide has turned in your favor. Wednesday,
too -- you cross tons of things off your list.
Terrific! What are you going to do with all this
free time? Thursday through Saturday, you're
utterly inspired by, well, by yourself. You could
make a few improvements to your interpersonal
style, but you're a star. This weekend, you're smil-
ing a lot.

AQUARIUS
Jan 20th thru Feb 18th

You're more connected to your friends on
Monday than you have been in a while. You
feel that with them by your side, you could do
anything. (That's more or less true.) Tuesday
and Wednesday, though, you're having a hard
time getting anything done. You can barely
keep from falling asleep in your soup! Get
some sleep. Then, from Thursday through
Saturday, expect a total reversal in the energy
department. You're basically a source of light.
And laughter. And excitement. No wonder
everyone's coming up to you at parties. On
Sunday, plug yourself into a wall socket (not
literally!) and recharge.

PISCES
Feb 19th thru March 20th
It's okay that the person above you in your
company's organizational tree has a different
opinion than you do about some matter. The
.fact that this person always thinks they're
right? Annoying, yes. But try to let that roll off
your back. That's the best thing you can do.
Besides, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the
coworkers you love -- the ones you'd consider
hanging out with outside of work -- are
absolutely on your side. During the second
half of the week (and all through the week-
end), you're thinking about your outside-of-
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THEFT -An officer was dispatched to the 8000
block of Atlantic Blvd. in reference to a theft.
Upon his arrival he spoke with witness Mr. NR, the
maintenance man, who stated that while complet-
ing work in one of the apartments, the suspect
entered the open door apartment and said his sister.
lived there. Mr. NR was unable to confirm who
livedin the newly rented unit and escorted the sus-
pect out of the apartment. Mr. NR said shortly
thereafter he noticed his apartment keys were
missing. Mr. NR contacted Mr. KM, security.
Later, the security officer stated he contacted the
suspect and recovered the keys. He said he saw the
suspect with a black bag, thought nothing of it and
left. At the request of Mr. NR, the maintenance man, the security officer returned
and contacted the suspect again. He said the suspect would not tell him his name,
but dropped the black bag at the security officer's command and fled the area on
foot. He said the suspect appeared to be "mentally slow." Later one of the tenants
called and said his rear sliding glass door was opened and he was missing a lap top
which was inside a black bag. The security officer informed him that it had been
stolen and retrieved. A water bottle used by the suspect was found and was placed
in the property room for processing.

FIGHTING an officer responded to a call in reference to a fight. Upon his arrival
he made contact with the listed victims at the apartment. Victim #1, Mr. JM, stated
that he was inside his apartment with his girlfriend, Victim #2, and his neighbors,
Witness #1 and #2, playing video games and enjoying some drinks when the suspect
came to his residence and knocked on the door. He stated that he let the suspect
inside and the suspect became unruly and started an argument with everyone. The
victim stated that the argument stems back
several weeks as the suspect is now current-
,ly seeing victim #1's ex-girlfriend. He stated
S.that the suspect started "talking sht" to
everyone in the apartment. He stated that he
told the suspect to leave the residence. He
S.. also stated that the suspect kept attempting to
provoke him to a fight. He stated that as he
S ....... was trying to escort the suspect from the res-
idence, the suspect began to push him. He
... said he also struck victim #2. He said that's
when he forced the suspect outside and a
fight ensued. He said the suspect swung at
him and he then defended himself by striking
back. He stated that the witnesses pulled him
back upstairs to his apartment so the fight would end. That's when he said the sus-
pect came back upstairs and kicked open the door to his apartment. He said when he
went outside to confront the suspect, he saw the suspect running back towards his
vehicle and then left the apartments. The officer observed Victim #1 with a swollen
lip and a small amount of blood coming from his mouth. He also noticed the front
door was broken off of the hinges. As the officer was talking to the victims and wit-
nesses, the suspect drove by and was stopped, questioned and was transported to
PTDF for booking.

VANDALIZED 'an officer
observed a vehicle parked and
unoccupied on the shoulder of the "
road in the 8200 block of Dekle
Ave. The rear window was shat- ".
tered and glass was on the ground
below the window. He made con-
tact with the owner, Mr. R, who ,
came to the scene and confirmed
his vehicle had been broken into.
He said the vehicle broke down
that morning and he had to park it ,'.
on the shoulder of the road. He said .'
the SUV was locked and the alarm -
was set when he left. He said the only property that was stolen was his CD play-
er/radio that was forcibly removed from the dashboard. The officer revealed the rear
window was shattered, glass on the ground below the window, the dash board was
damaged and there was an empty hole where the CD player/radio had been
removed. The victim was given a case information card.

BURGLARY an officer responded to a call in the 700 block ofWaterbird Lane in
reference to a burglary. Upon his arrival he met with the victim who stated her
boyfriend, who she is pregnant by, got into an argument earlier in the day with her
and punched her front window out in her apartment. The victim stated that after the
suspect left the scene, she left her apartment for several hours. She stated that she
left her residence unsecured, due to the broken window. The victim stated that when
she returned, she noticed that several
pieces of jewelry, a dvd player, and
infant clothing was missing. The victim
stated that all her doors were locked
*" when she arrived home. She added that
Sshe and the suspect went shopping that
morning and bought all of the infant
clothing that was .stolen. An Evidence
officer was contacted in reference to
this incident. After discussing this inci-
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Mekhi Phifer: Many Hats Worn With Distinction!


By Rych McCain,
feedbackrych@
sbcglobal.net
Photos 2007
Gems Pictures
He has the
handsome looks
business smarts
debonair demean
the ladies adore b
no airhead pretty
Mekhi Phifer is
on a well though
and definitive p
greater success
actor and busine
The Harlem, Nev
born and reared a
an executive pr
and has a
appearance in th
holiday Screen
movie THIS C]
MAS, featuring
star cast with
Lindo, Idris
Loretta Devine
superstar singer
Brown, Keith Ro
Laz Alonso, Co
Short, Sharon
Lauren Londoi
David Banner T
is about the
Whitfield family
bling together
first time in fou
at the home of th
ly matriarch, afi
ately known a
Dere (Loretta
to celebrate
Christmas holiday
Phifer plays 1
of Gerald (a f
who strikes
romance with
(Sharon Leal) tl
dle Whitfield sis
is a hard nose a
when they me
club. Even thoi
appearance in t
is brief, Phifi
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impact. He
missed doing t
because of his
shooting schec


Dr. Gregory Pratt on the
Emmy-award winning
NBC series "ER.".
Screen Phifer has entered his
sixth season on the show.
suave, Phifer recalls how he
plus became involved with
and THIS CHRISTMAS. "I
or that had gotten the call from
ut he's Preston Whitmore (the
y boy. f i 1 m s
a man writer/director/produc-
;ht out er). We had a relation-
ath to ship already over the last
as an couple of years and were
ssman. trying to figure out how
v York we were going to do
victor is some business. I told him
oducer that I couldn't get off
cameo from "ER" that long but I
te new have my production
Gems company and will pro-
IRIST- duce this with you."
an all Everything came togeth-
Delroy er from there.
Elba, In addition to a bril-
,teen liant acting career that
Chris began with the Spike Lee
binson, epic movie Clockers in
lumbus 1995, Phifer has built an
Leal, impressive body of work
n and on both the big and little
he film screens as well as
entire becoming an astute busi-
assem- nessman. He owns six
for the "Athlete's Foot" store
r years franchises in California
e fami- with two already up and
fection- running.
.s Ma' Phifer is also an
Devine) active philanthropist. In
the association with The
iy- Vine Group, a
the role Pennsylvania based
fireman) charity organization,
up a Phifer donated over
Kelli $100,000 dollars in
he mid- scholarships, books and
ter who computers to Ibadan,
attorney, Nigeria where the Mekhi
et in a Phifer Education Center
ugh his opened in 2005 to help
he filmt poor children receive an
er still education. Phifer is
effective quick to give thanks,
almost praise and props to veter-
he film an film maker Spike Lee.
heavy As Phifer puts it; "That's
lule as my man! If it weren't for


Mekhi Phifer in This Christmas.
Mekhi Phifer in This Christmas.


Mekhi Phifer and Sharon Leal in This Christmas.


him, I wouldn't be here
so much respect to Spike
all day. I got nothing but
love for him and. look
forward to working with
him again."
Phifer is also a master
poker player and won
season four of the Bravo
Network's "Celebrity
Poker Showdown."
How did he get so
good? He smiles, "I just
focus man, just like any-
thing else in life. If you
want to be good at some-
thing you've got to be
focused, learn the game,
learn exactly what you're
getting into and execute.
So that's what I've been
doing with poker and I'm
getting better and better."
I joked and asked if they
bar him from the rooms
in Vegas when they see
him coming and he
laughs, "Naw, they don't
bar me, I ain't no cheater,
I can loose just like any-


body else but I try to
win more than I lose if I
can."
People often use
poker to draw analogies
to real life and Phifer
agrees, "I think you can
relate a lot of things to a
lot of things and poker
has strategy, reading the
other opponent and how
you feel and all of that
kind of stuff so it's a big
deal and you can relate
a lot of it to life." Phifer
and his fiance recently
celebrated the arrival of
a baby boy. This will
definitely keep the
action for him going
non-stop!





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By Rych McCain/ feed-
backrych@sbcglobal. net

He has the suave, handsome
looks plus business smarts and
debonair demeanor that the ladies
adore but he's no airhead pretty
boy. Mekhi Phifer is a man on a
well thought out and definitive
path to greater success as an actor
and businessman. The Harlem,
New York born and reared actor is
an executive producer and has a
cameo appearance in the new holi-
day Screen Gems movie THIS
CHRISTMAS, featuring an all star
cast with Delroy Lindo, Idris Elba,
Loretta Devine, teen superstar
singer Chris Brown, Keith
Robinson, Laz Alonso, Columbus
Short, Sharon Leal, Lauren
London and David Banner. The
film is about the entire Whitfield
family assembling together for the
first time in four years at the home
of the family matriarch, affection-
ately known as Ma' Dere (Loretta
Devine) to celebrate the Christmas
holiday.
Phifer plays the role of Gerald
(a fireman) who strikes up a
romance with Kelli (Sharon Leal)
the middle Whitfield sister who is a
hard nose attorney, when they meet
in a club. Even though his appear-
ance in the film is brief, Phifer still
makes an effective impact. He
almost missed doing the film
because of his heavy shooting


schedule as Dr. Gregory Pratt on
the Emmy-award winning NBC
series "ER.". Phifer has entered
his sixth season on the show.
Phifer recalls how he became
involved with THIS CHRIST-
MAS. "I had gotten the call from
Preston Whitmore (the film's
writer/director/producer). We
had a relationship already over
the last couple of years and were
trying to figure out how we were
going to do some business. I told
him that I couldn't get off from
"ER" that long but I have my
production company and will
produce this with you."
Everything came together from
there.
In addition to a brilliant act-
ing career that began with the
Spike Lee epic movie Clockers
in 1995, Phifer has built an
impressive body of work on
both the big and little screens as
well as becoming an astute busi-
nessman. He owns six
"Athlete's Foot" store franchises
in California with two already
up and running.
Phifer is also an active phil-
anthropist. In association with
The Vine Group, a Pennsylvania
based charity organization,
Phifer donated over $100,000
dollars in scholarships, books
and computers to Ibadan,
Nigeria where the Mekhi Phifer
Wassup cont'd on D-8


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Lionsgate Films Partners with Tyler Perry '

on Two Upcoming Features ... -


Lionsgate, the leading
independent filmed enter-
tainment studio, is grow-
ing its business with film-
making phenomenon
Tyler Perry and has
acquired the rights to the
writer/actor/director's
next two films, The
Family That Preys
Together and Madea Goes
to Jail. These titles will
mark the sixth and sev-
enth motion pictures in
Lionsgate's Tyler Perry
franchise, which in
October notched its third
#1 box office hit with Why
Did I Get Married. The
announcement was made
today by Lionsgate
President of Film
Production Michael
Paseorek.
Perry will direct The


Family That Preys
Together from his original
screenplay and will play
one of the film's major
roles. He will direct and
reprise his role as the
wildly popular title char-
acter in Madea Goes to
Jail, adapted from what
many consider his most
popular play. Both films
are scheduled to begin
production in Spring
2008.
Perry's newest film,
Meet the Browns, opens
nationwide on March 21,
2008. Perry directs this
adaptation of his stage
play and co-stars along-
side Angela Bassett.
Said Paseornek,
"We're thoroughly in awe
of Tyler Perry's talent,
energy and integrity, and


are very proud to call him
a member of the
Lionsgate family. The
Family That Preys
Together and Madea Goes
to Jail are going to deliver
everything audiences
have come to expect from
a Tyler Perry production:
humor, uplift, and unlim-
ited heart and soul."
Said Perry, "An artist
couldn't ask for a better
home than Lionsgate;
they're respectful, sup-
portive and loyal to a
fault. They've given me
room to tell the stories I
want to tell, the way I
want to tell them. And I'm
gratified and humbled that
audiences have responded
with such enthusiasm and
love."


Advertising Deadline, TUESDAYS @ 5
p.m.
To place an ad:
CAII: (904) 766-8834, FAX: (904) 765-1673 :


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Wassup cont'd from D-4
Education Center opened
in 2005 to help poor chil-
dren receive an educa-
tion. Phifer is quick to
give thanks, praise and
props to veteran film
maker Spike Lee. As
-cPhifer puts it; "That's my
man! If it weren't for
him, I wouldn't be here
so much respect to Spike
all day. I got nothing but
love for him and look for-
ward to working with him
again."
Phifer is also a master
poker player and won
season four of the Bravo
Network's "Celebrity


Poker Showdown."
How did he get so
good? He smiles, "I just
focus man, just like any-
thing else in life. If you
want to be good at some-
thing you've got to be
focused, learn the game,
learn exactly what you're
getting into and execute.
So that's what I've been
doing with poker and I'm
getting better and better."
I joked and asked if they
bar him from the rooms
in Vegas when they see
him coming and he
laughs, "Naw, they don't
bar me, I ain't no cheater,
I can loose just like any-


body else but I try to win
more than I lose if I can."
People often use poker
to draw analogies to real
life and Phifer agrees, "I
think you can relate a lot
of things to a lot of things
and poker has strategy,
reading the other oppo-
nent and how you feel
and all of that kind of
stuff so it's a big deal and
you can relate a lot of it to
life." Phifer and his
fiance recently celebrat-
ed the arrival of a baby
boy. This will definitely
keep the action for him
going non-stop!


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