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City's Sixth Police Shooting


Death in 2008 Causes Cry Out


for Citizens Police Review Board
Readers and members of the community kept the phone lines and email for The Florida Star busy this week after
the shooting death of a female, which was the third week in a row of shooting deaths. They were also concerned
about the disabled nursing assistant who was stopped by an officer and told she could not drive home because her
license had been suspended. According to the Times Union, she called for a taxi that never arrived so, her other
alternative was to walk home. The report said that the police officer told her she could not drive and then pulled
over on the side of the road to make sure she did not get behind the wheel to drive home. The community's
biggest complaint is that the lady may not have had cab fare or a person to call to pick her up. The lady said she
. did have valid drivers license and insurance but could not prove it when stopped. The community said with this
behavior by the officer and the other "trigger happy'" incidents, it is time for the mayor and sheriff to allow a
Citizens Review Board to investigate police shooting incidents. One email said, "When police investigate police
they will always find a way to justify their actions. Why? Because they are para military and fraternal."
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Woman Killed After


Shooting at Police
by: Kevin McCoy Sir
The Florida Star Investigates on a bright Tuesday April 1. It
is Spring Break and kids are outside playing. This incident
happened a little after 11 am. It all started with a routine traf-
fic stop. This reporter Kevin S McCoy Sr. of the Florida Star.
-. arrived upon the Moncrief W. and Ken Knight Dr. area seeing
many media trucks around the crime scene. The Florida Star
was there to investigate a police shooting that had just taken
LaToya Grier, 22 place on Ken Knight Dr. N and Bailey Court. Neighbors who,
witnessed the incident could not believe what was happening
Before their eyes. However, this reporter talked with neighbor Carl Green
who watched the entire episode take place. He saw the 22-year-old
Latoya Grier running from the police. Mr. Green agreed to give the
Florida Star his account of the incident. He gave the following answers
to these questions.
Carl Question: Mr. Green what did you observe in front of your house here
Green, at the 7200 block of Bailey Court? How many shots did the suspect and
witness the police officer fire? Woman Continued on A-7

Levert's Family Wants Investigation of His Death
Sean Levert was arrested this past weekend, and died in
an Ohio jail, where he was serving a sentence for non-
payment of child support.
While in jail, he suffered hallucinations and other
behavior that jail personnel says led to him being
restrained, and before he collapsed.
According to family members, the singer had not dis-
played such symptoms before. The family have asked
the FBI to investigate Levert's unexpected death.
Sean Levert is the son of legendary O'Jay's singer
Sean Levert, 39 Eddie Levert and brother of the late singer Gerald
Levert. According to sources, he was hoping to reunite
a version of the group with which he and brother Gerald performed in the 1990s.
His brother, Gerald, was truly loved and missed. He also died suddenly. It was later
learned that his death was a result of accidental mixed medications. Sean's child
support payments were behind around $85,000, according to records.
Houston Booed Congresswoman Sheila Lee
Congresswoman Lee of Houston, Texas has openly voiced
her support for Sen. Hillary Clinton for president. However,
her constituents do not agree with her and last week at the
Texas Democratic Convention she was able to recognize their
disapproval as the booing began the moment she rose during
the convention to speak to the crowd. Ms. Lee represents the
predominantly Black 18th District of Texas.
Congrswon Wh. .' About 90 percent of her constituents voted for Obama.
Congresswoman When talking with many of the people in her District, the
Sheila Jackson Lee, Florida Star was told that they will began efforts to unseat her
(D-Texas) if she, as a "super delegate" forget how she got in her position
and neglect to follow the wishes of the folks who sent her to Washington. Many say
her move to support Clinton is just another move she has made recently that they are
unhappy with causing them concern about her loyalty to voters.


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The Florida Star and The
Georgia Star's publisher, won
the 2008 Communication
Onyx Award for the State of
Florida last Saturday in
Orlando. In January, she won
the Onyx Communication
Award for the Jacksonville
area.


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Florida's 2008 Onyx's publications, her weekly
Communication Award. radio talk show, and her
monthly appearance on Jacksonville's Week in Review,
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First Car Dealership Coming to Northside
INOC, LLC and Premier
Automotive Group joined
together for the ground
breaking for the new $63
million Hyundai facility.
This is the first franchised
automotive dealership on
the Northside.
INOC, LLC is headed by
P Dr. James Sampson, Dr.
From left: Jackie Major, Duncan Bank of America, Ken Carlton Jones and Charles
Johnson, Congressman Corrine Brown's office, Joshua Farid, Spencer.
CFO Premier Automotive Group, Hyundai of Jacksonville,
CristopherJones, Joe Cutala, General Manager, Hyundai, Rev. Mayor Peyton joined
Carlton Jones, Dr. Johnny Gaffney, City Councilman, Mia with the businessmen to
Jones, City Councilwoman, Dr. James Sampson, Mayor John discuss the positive eco-
Peyton, Colby Reich and Sam Kazran of The Premier nomic and business
Automotive Group, and Charles Spencer.
impacts of this investment
for the Northside of Jacksonville. The $63 million investment is part of a five year
$112 million combined vision with INOC, LLC. It will be located between Hope
Plaza and Abyssinia Baptist Church, Interstate North 435 Clark Road.


News Briefs
Jazz Singer, Nancy Wilson Has Lung Ailment
Singer Nancy Wilson is out of the California hospital where she
was taken after suffering a collapsed lung. The 2007 Grammy
award recipient has long suffered respiratory problems but is
expected to recover. The cause of her collapsed lung is not
known at this time.


Nancy Wilson


State is Offering Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy to
Floridians
The state of Florida is calling for a Tobacco Free Florida and is offering free
nicotine patches, gum, and lozenges to its citizens. It is also offering free confi-
dential telephone counseling to cigarette or smokeless tobacco users, 24 hours a
day, seven days a week. The Quitline is (1-877-U-CAN NOW)
Morris Brown College is Moving in a Positive Direction
Morris Brown College is offering new programs, dedicated people and posi-
tive attitudes in an effort to make a difference, says Dr. Stan Pritchett, the act-
ing president of the college. He stated that there is an infusion of new faculty
members, a little more funding, and dedicated people to work with. The new
national campaign is called Circle of Friends and was created to engage advo-
cates and solicit financial support. Many positive steps have already been
made. Students are able to have their meals on campus again in a cafe that is
open to the public for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The college book store has
also reopened in the Hickman Student Center.
New York Times/CBS News Poll says 81% of Americans
Feel Our Nation is Headed on the Wrong Track
According to the New York Times/CBS News poll, a majority of nearly every
demographic and political group Democrats and Republicans, men and
women, residents of cities arid rural areas, college graduates and those who fin-
ished only high school, say the United States is headed in the wrong direction.


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COMMUNITY HOSPICE OF NORTHEAST
FLORIDA offers BREAVEMENT SUPPORT
throughout the year at various locations. They have
licensed mental health professionals who offer support
groups and information to address grief and bereave-
ment needs. Professional bereavement services are
available to all members of the community. Services
.are available at no charge to families of Community
Hospice patients who have died in our program. Cost to
community participants is $100 but may be adjusted
based on ability to pay. For more information, please
call (904) 407-7001.
BISHOP JAMES SWINSON -has a new book entitled
"Why Are You Angry." The book signing will be on
April 6, after the 10:30 a.m. Worship Service at Victory
Way Christian Center, located at 4058 Old St.
Augustine Rd., in Jacksonville. This is an opportunity
to meet the man that has brought us two other titles
"Getting Back On Track" and "Work Your Faith." Come
hear the anointed preaching and teaching of this mod-
em day Apostle every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.
Your lives will be changed and forever blessed.
Remember "A faithful man shall abound with bless-
ings." For more information, call (904) 391-0002.
PALM COAST FIRST A.M.E. YOUTH COMMU-
NITY CHOIR -...Teens ages 12 to 18 are invited to
sign up to become members of a choir. They will be
part of the history-making for the first youth communi-
ty choir in Palm Coast. The First A.M.E. Youth
Community Choir will get its start Saturday, April 5, at
11 a.m. The teens need not be members of First A.M.E.
Church, the pastorate is the Rev. Gillard S. Glover.
For directions to the church, 91 Old Kings Road North,
call them at (386) 446-5759.
EXPERIENCE GOD'S HEALING POWER -
Palm Coast...Is anyone of you sick? You can experience
God's power at a healing service on Sunday, April 13,
at 3 p.m. God can heal any sickness or disease.
Experience the healing .through the Rev. Gillard S.
Glover and his team at First A.M.E. Church, 91 Old
Kings Road North. For more details, call the church at
(386) 446-5759.
AKA MIMES & ONE ACCORD MINISTRIES
INTERNATIONAL, INC. presents: "Taking It ALL
Back" I Samuel 30:8, Unspoken Praise Mime &
Praise Dance RecitaL Featuring : AKA Mimes, Tina
E., TRILOX, Women otZion, PWM (Praise & Worship
Mimes), ELITE Mimes. Saturday, April 12, 2008, at
7:00 p.m. at One Accord Ministries International, Inc.,
2971 Waller Street, Jacksonville (at the intersection of
1-10 and McDuffAve). Admission is absolutely FREE!
Call (904) 708-4788 for more information.
FAUST TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD IN
CHRIST's Elder John Dove will be presented in a
Musical Saturday, April 19th at 5:30 p.m., along with
Carliss Smith, who appeared on American Idol, Pamela
Roberts, The Touchtone Singers, Lil Jesse and the
Miracles, The Singing Trumpets, God Spiritual Gift,
Gospel Disciples of Savannah, GA., and Minister
Reginald Graham. Admision is FREE. The church is
located at 3328 Moncrief Rd., in Jacksonville. Bishop
R.L. Dixon, Pastor. For addition information, call (904)
353-14 18.
Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email
submissions preferred. Send to: info@thefloridastar.com


50th Wedding Celebration


Vivian R. Cherry & William H. Cherry celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary with renewal of vows at Mt. Bethel
Missionary Church on January 26, 2008 in the Family Life
Center. She is the former Vivian Reed.
The wedding party consisted of their four children,
Patricia Crand (Albert), Paulette Cherry, William Harold
Cherry, and Victor Cherry (Wanda) of Atlanta, GA., her
brother Elder Charles Reed her escort, grandchildren Altress
Crane, Patrick Crane, Jamel. Cobb, AuVian Cherry, and
Jasmine Flournoy. The wedding party included her
Goddaughter Eileen Gresham, flower girl, DeAsia Morgan,
ring bearers, Jordan and Joshua Wallace. Also, Cornelius.
Burkins, Lavarius Clark, and DeForrest Garrison.
They were Blessed with over 100 guest, including spe-
cial guest from Stanton Class of 1957, Coach William Hines,
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Robinson from Virginia, Willie Robinson
from NC., also Councilwoman Mia Jones. This blissful union
was blessed and respected by many who love and respect
them dearly.


Spreading The Word

(NAPSM)-The Bible
plays a vital role in a number of
African American communi-
ties-but many may not know
the story of how word of the
Good Book was spread.
It's the story of African
Americans working together to
spread spirituality and literacy
skills, and of a little-known
group of dedicated men and
women called colporteurs who
helped countless people con-
nect.
a The term "colportear"
d in prefers to those who travel to
sell or distribute Bibles and religious writings. In 1900, a group of
African American colporteurs was commissioned as home mis-
sionaries in the South. The door-to-door standard method of distri-
bution, enriched by the cooperation of black churches, played a
significant role in furnishing the Scriptures to urban blacks.
The group was commissioned by the American Bible Society,
after it launched the "Agency Among the Colored People of the
South," an organization devoted solely to the distribution of the
Bible among Southern African Americans. The agency was creat-
ed in response to the Supreme Court's "separate but equal" deci-
sion and the uneven Bible distribution in the Southern states.
Gathering Together
t Most people received the colporteurs warmly, gathered their
families together and requested them to read selections aloud. A
colporteur's arrival was a special event, which helped overcome
feelings of separation and isolation for rural families. In the cities,
colporteurs found established African American neighborhoods
with thriving local institutions. The local African American church
usually provided a focal point for introducing and carrying out the
work of the Bible Society.
Changing Hearts And Minds
The work of the colporteurs eventually led the Bible Society to
reconsider its approach to sharing God's Word with the world. The
group moved to banish discrimination and any aspects of its oper-
ation that bore "any semblance to segregation."
To this day, the Bible Society works to keep its commitment to
building strong relationships with America's African American
communities in carrying out the mission of sharing the good news.
A group of African Americans called colporteurs helped spread
the Bible and literacy in the South.
Did You Know?
The term "colporteur" refers to those who travel to sell or dis-
tribute Bibles and religious writings. In 1900, a group of African
American colporteurs was commissioned by the American Bible
Society. The group played a significant role in furnishing the
Scriptures to urban blacks.
The Bible plays a vital role in a number of African American
communities-but many may not know the story of how word of
the*good book was spread. /// Spreading The Word


I Almighty God, Father of all mercies and giver of all
| comfort: Deal graciously, we pray thee,with
those who mourn, that casting every care on thee,
they may know the consolation of thy love,
through Jesus Christ our LORD.



DEATH NOTICES


BAKER, Nelsie Mae, died
March 29, 2008.
BECCLES, Kevon, died
March 25, 2008.
BETHAY, Henry, Jr., died
March 30, 2008.
BRUCE, Mosenia, died
March 27, 2008.
CLARK, James C., died
March 30, 2008.
CAHOON, Alec R., died
March 21, 2008.
CONYERS, Antionette
M., died March 31, 2008.
DEGRAVE, Ronald J.,
died March 27, 2008.
DWYER, Donna K., died
March 26, 2008.
EARVEN, Jimmie L., died
March 28, 2008.
GLOVER, Dennis, died
March 31, 2008.
HARRIS, Leonard, died
March 31, 2008.
HINSON, Willie, died
March 27, 2008.
IVEY, Elizabeth, 90, died
March 25, 2008.
JACKSON, Deborah H.,
died March 30, 2008.
Alphonso West Mortuary, Inc.
LONG, Roosevelt, died
March 29, 2008.


MITCHELL, Raymond
D., 70, died March 27,
2008.
MOYE, Edwina H., died
March 22, 20078.
NEVELS, Algia, died
March 27, 2008.
PERSON, Ms. Josie M.,
83, died March 26, 2008.
RICE, Donald, 80, died
March 30, 2008.
RINGO, George, died
March 26, 2008.
RIVERS, Eva, 85, died
March 28, 2008.
ROBERTSON, Ray, died
March 8, 2008.
SHAW, Johnnie M., died
March 28, 2008.
SMALL, Lula M., 87, died
March 26, 2008.
STAFFORD, John D., died
March 27, 2008.
THOMAS, Vera L., died
March 25, 2008.
TUCKER, Carrie B., died
March 28, 2008.
WHITE, Tierra, died
March 25, 2008.
WILLIAMS, Mairlon M.,
March 25, 2008.
WILLIAMS, Tonya N.,
died March 25, 2008.


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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
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus "
(904) 764-5727 Church -t- ;


Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Sunday
W orship 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


H.O.P.E.E. MINISTRIES, INC.
Dr. Beatrice House
(All services are held at Hospitality Inn)
7071 103rd St., Jacksonville, FL 32210
(904) 778-7651
Sunday Celebration Service ....................... 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Thursday .......... Word Service ................ 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
Youth Service ........... (Third Thursday) .... 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
"You are invited to join us for a time of celebration and exaltation of
our God and King. The word is rich, the fellowship refreshing and
the presence of God mightily manifested."
"Helping Others Pursue Excellence and Eternity"

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 .
M morning W orship................................................................................. 11:00 a.m .
Tuesday.... ....... .......................... Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday.......................... ....................... Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
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"There's Always Something
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~ A 90TH'Celebration ~
It was a lovely day on its own for the charming and gra-
cious Mrs. Sarah Pullen Robinson and as the day evolved it
was even lovelier! Arriving at the Holiday Inn Commonwealth
on the arm of her husband of nearly sixty-seven years Dr. S. S.
Robinson, Mrs. Robinson, looking so very much younger than
her recorded years, discovered that she had arrived at a 90th
birthday celebration in her honor. Wow!
Mrs. Sarah Pullen Robinson, the sixth of ten children was
born on March 19, 1918 in Candler County, Pulaski, Georgia.
Educated at Savannah State University and later Florida
Normal (later Memorial) College, she would reach her goal of
becoming a teacher. On December 19, 1041 Reverend and
Mrs. S.S. Robinson, Jr. were joined in holy matrimony. Since
that date Mrs. Robinson has continued faithfully as the perfect
Minister's Mate and has taught in both Florida and Georgia fol-
lowing her husband's pastorate.
An avid gardener, doll collector and a keen interest in fash-
ion Mrs. Robinson continues her role. As her biographical
sketch states, "Mrs. Sarah Pullen Robinson is a Christina lady,
minister's mate and educator whose life is characterized by the
success of perseverance, the dignity of simplicity, he worth of
character, the power of kindness and the influence of example.
Some people make a life by what they get; she makes a life by
what she gives."
Participants on the celebratory program presided by Mrs.
Derya Williams were: Ms. Betty Bullock, Mrs. Angel
Johnson, Mrs. Shirley Bing, Mrs. Brenda Harris, Ms. Lisa
King, Reverend Moses H. Johnson, Jr., Mrs. Betty Harris,
Mrs. Annette Hill, Mrs. Katrina Alexander, Reverend
Georgia Gaston, Miss Alyiah Mobley, Dr. Mary Alice
Smith, Mrs. Marian Rivers, Mrs. Doris Parson, Mrs.
Fronella Smith, Charles S. Jenkins, Richard Shinholster,
Mrs. Gloria Arrington, Mrs., Diane Dingle, Harry L.
Burney, III, Reve. Dr. S.S. Robinson, Jr. and Mrs. Lugene
C. Sanders.
Happy 90th Birthday Mrs. Robinson!


An American Beach Cookbook
Mrs. Marsha Dean Phelts' latest book An American
Beach Cookbook has been published and is now on book-
shelves. I could not put it down when I began reading the book.
I had purchased a signed copy at the Premier Book Signing
Party hosted by Mrs. Phelts' childhood friend Songstress Ms.
Roz Burrough in her lovely Roth Drive home.
Nutrition Specialist Arden Brugger states, "If you can't
make it to American Beach when the party flag goes up, read-
ing The American Beach Cookbook is the next best thing.
Resident historian and passionate cook Marsha Dean Phelts
shares the signature recipes and secrets that are the heart of the
community and good times at the beach." Noted Historian, Dr.
Carolyn L. Williams states, "This book is for those who savor
the tastes and smells of the foods of southern black families and
communities of the past." The Author Mrs. Phelts states, "The
American Beach Cookbook is a culinary treasure trove filled
with heritage and creative recipes of our hearts' desire....The
American Beach Cookbook was not written in isolation. To its
many contributors I can't thank any of you enough for sharing
these recipes of our hearts' desires!
The book dedicated with love to her Mama, Mrs. Eva
Rosier Lamar and posthumously to her Daddy, Charles
Rosier, Jr. is one of love, nostalgia of glorious times in the past
and of today. As Ms. Phelts intertwines anecdote, vignettes of
contributors and wonderful recipes I could see my own mater-
nal grandmother the late Mrs. Reba Stewart Christopher
preparing many of the same dishes in her waterfront home in
New Berlin, Florida home just off from the Dames Point
Bridge. (In fact when you take a cruise from that area you are
just yards away from her August Drive home on the St. Johns
River.)
Well let me get to the kitchen and begin cooking some of
these delightful dishes that I have before prepared from memo-
ry. I now have a documented recipe to ensure consistency with
my dishes. Thanks Marsha for a gift of love for everyone!
When can we expect Part II?


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Hill and Ms.
Verona Mitchell.


(To the right): Reverend
Georgia Gaston with
Reverend and Mrs. Lee
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Ebenezer Methodist Church's
First Lady Mrs. Derya WFiliams
presiding at the Robinson
Birthday Celebration.


Audtor PheIs gave literary advice at her
Book Signing Pa.ty


Author Marsha Dean Phelts with fan d friends at thepre-
mier book signing at her childhood friend Songstress Roz
Bunough 's home.


Jillian Congresswoman Corimnne Brown and a Book Signing
Guest were having fim at the Book Signing Party


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Ruby Dee: An Enduring Legacy


By Rych McCain
Photos Andre' B. Murray
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Actress Rudy Dee
recently received the
NAACP's President's
Award at their 2008
Image Awards
Ceremonies. This came
after a long over due
2008 Oscar nomination
for American
Gangster. Dee is no
stranger to awards.
This veteran thespian
has done it all in a
magnificent career that
has span some sixty-
three years. She is lit-
erally a walking black
history book when it
comes to showbiz and
Hollywood. In 1995,
Dee and her late hus-
band, the great
actor/activist Ossie
Davis became
"National Treasures"
by receiving The
National Medal of
Arts. The Screen
Actors Guild honored
the couple as well with
a SAG Lifetime


Music
British soul singer,
!multi-instrumentalist,
writer, producer Kristen
Price will be dropping her
debut album Guts &
Garbage on the KPI
Recordings label June 17.
Transplanted from London
to New York, Price either
wrote or co-wrote every
song on the album and
handles some of the keys,
guitar and programming
duties. Production chorus
include Raphael Saadiq
from Tony, Toni, Tone;
Frederick Sargolini of
Ming & FS and Danny
Saber (David Bowie,
Madonna and Seal).
Tracks from the album
have already been featured
on the CBS hit series
"CSI," Showtime's "The
L Word" and ABC's
"Cashmere Mafia."
Our sources tell us that
former Death Row owner
Suge Knight has launched
Black Ball Records in an
effort to revive West Coast
rap. Actually, Suge should
let go of the 1990s and all
of that destructive, nega-
tive, divisive, outdated
East Coast vs. West Coast
foolishness! It's time to
mature and move on!
Whitney Houston, Diana
Ross, Rod Stewart,
Shakira, Peabo Bryson,
En Vogue, James Ingram,
Smokey Robinson and
Steel Pulse will rock the
4th annual Plymouth Jazz
Festival April 25-27 in
Tobago. Keeplock
Entertainment rapper
Sony Rich's hit single
"Stunners" is number one
on Billboard's hip hop
video chart. Watch for the
May 20 release of his new
album The V.LR. U.S.
TV
New show "13" (work-
ing title), is a spine-tin-


Achievement Award.
They were also induct-
ed into the NAACP
Theater Hall of Fame.
In addition, Dee has
won an Emmy,
Grammy, Obie and
Drama Desk Award
among many other dis-
tinguished honors.
Dee was born in
Cleveland, Ohio on
October 27, 1924. Her
family moved to
Harlem, New York dur-
ing its golden area.
She soon became
involved with acting
appearing in her first
play South Pacifi" in
1943. After graduating
from Hunter College in
1945 with degrees in
French and Spanish,
the Delta Sigma Theta
soror immediately pur-
sued acting studies
with The American
Negro Theater. After a
brief first marriage and
divorce, she met a
young, handsome Ossie
Davis who was part of
the American Negro


gling new eight episode
series combining the hor-
ror genre with a reality
show format, scheduled to
premiere this summer on
The CW, will be casting in
Los Angeles, Philadelphia,
Miami and Dallas, April
13-15. Casting Directors
are looking for men and
women between the ages
of 18-30 who are ener-
getic, competitive and full
of personality to be part of
television's first scary
competition reality show
and win a grand prize of
$66,666. For more infor-
mation and to apply on
line or down load an appli-
cation, visit
www.cwtv.com/mecw/13-
casting. Deadline for
online entries is April 16,
2008.

Spike Lee was honored
with The Behind The
Lens Award given by
Chrysler LLC at the
Beverly Wilshire Hotel in
Beverly Hills. The private
invitation-only ceremony
was hosted by CNN news
anchor Soledad O'Brien.
Movies
21; Columbia Pictures
in association with
Relativity Media, a
Trigger Street/Michael De
Luca Production; stars
Jim Sturgess, Kate
Bosworth, Laurence
Fishburne and Kevin
Spacey. This movie is
based on a true life story.
During the 1990s of a
group of Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
(MIT). students who
excelled in math and num-
bers had figured out how
to beat the odds at black-
jack and took the Las
Vegas casinos for millions.
They developed a system
of keeping the count on
the cards. Their team basi-


Theater as well. They
fell in love during a
cross country tour of
the. stage play Anna
Lucast" and soon
became husband and
wife. This union would
prove to be one of the
most beloved and
enduring marriages in
showbiz,. lasting well
over fifty years plus
until Ossie's death.
Dee went on to play
some of the most cov-
eted roles for black
actresses during the
50's, 60's and 70's.
She was the first black
woman to play roles
onstage at the
American Shakespeare
Festival.
Dee credits her mom
for laying her arts
foundation. She says
with a reminiscing
smile, "It was my
mother who got me
started and interested
in poets and writing.
She sent everything
that we wrote to the
newspaper and when I


cally consisted of spotters
and the big player. They
used code words that
meant certain numbers and
body signals to communi-
cate. The film is brilliantly
suspenseful, has romance,
rivalry and showcases a
side of Vegas few ever get
to see. If you are a card
player, this is the film to
see.
Young @ Heart; Fox
Searchlight Pictures in
association with Channel
4; stars The Young @
Heart Chorus.
Filmmakers Sally George
and Stephen Walker cap-
tured seven weeks of
preparation by a spirited
group of Northampton,
Massachusetts senior citi-
zen retirees who formed a
singing chorus called
Young @ Heart. During
the seven weeks the group
lost two members to death
and had challenges learn-
ing songs like the Pointer
sisters hit "Yes We Can
Can," Crldplay's "Fix
You," The clash's "Should
I Stay Or Go," Prince's
"Nothing Compares 2 U"
and even James Brown's
"I Feel Good."
This is a very inspira-
tional documentary movie
about seniors who are still
full of life. They end by
doing a successful live
show with a standing ova-
tion. Take the grandpar-
ents out to see this one. It
will fire them up while
supporting the old saying
that age is just a number.
Hit me up at feedback-
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Rych


was nine years old, I
got a poem published.
She also entered me
into oratorical contests.
I was luckier than most
kids because she
pushed me. Each of us
is born with particular
gifts and I had it for
words, language and
expressing myself and
she (her mom) noticed
that. Being educated
herself, she was
attuned to these kinds
of things in all four of
these children that she
had. I learned a lot
from that. As parents,
we have to pay atten-
tion to our children."
When asked what
her favorite role was,
she lights up again.
"The one I played in
Puerile Victorious but
here are so many roles
I loved over the years.
It's really hard to point
out just one because
they all allowed me to
express myself."


Top Rated Primetime Programs Among

African-American TV Homes

Week Ending 03/24/08

1. American Idol Wed., FOX

2. CSI:Miami, CBS

3. American Idol Tues., FOX

4. Dancing With the Stars, ABC

5. CBS NCAA Post-Game, CBS

6. NCAA Basketball SA, CBS

7. Dancing With the Stars Results, ABC

8. 60 Minutes, CBS

9. NCAA Basketball, CBS

10. Oprah's Big Give, ABC


Source: Nielsen Media Research


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Woman Continued from A-1
Answer: It was about 11 am and I was coming from the grocery store. I was fol-
lowing an unmarked police vehicle. It was a silver Impala. Apparently the police
were chasing someone in another car. The car he vas chasing was a green Toyota
Camary. It veered off the road into the sand and came to a stop. The officer got out
of his car with his weapon drawn. He ordered the suspect to open her door and get
out of her car."
According to Mr. Green, it appeared that the suspect could not open her door. The
officer knocked on her windows and circled the entire car trying to get the doors
opened. The officer went back to his car to get something to break the window
according to Mr. Green. During this time, a black female jumped out of the Toyota
and the police officer began to chase her on foot. She ran until she got to the fence
that separates Ken Knight Dr. and Washington Heights Apartments. It seemed she
could not get through the fence so she ran the right side of the fence between the
houses. "I could see that she still could not get over or around the fence," stated Mr.
Green. She then ran back towards the officer who commanded her to stop and halt.
He had his weapon drawn on the suspect and grabbed her hand in an attempt to hand-
cuff her. She reached into her baggy pants and pulled out a gun. She fired three
shoots at the officer. The police responded by firing a number of times. Mr. Green
could not tell how many shots were fired. He thought it was five or six before she
fell to the ground.
Ms. Grier who goes by the name Debo, died at Shands Hospital Jacksonville.
Jacksonville police recovered the revolver that Ms. Grier had used to shoot officer
Tremaroli. The gun contained two unspent rounds. According to police officer Rick
Graham, the police found a significant amount of drugs on Ms. Grier. JSO has arrest
records showing Ms. Grier had. run.-ins with the police before. Her previous arrest
included drug possession, possession of a weapon and resisting an officer without
violence.


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S LEGACY IS ALIVE AND
WELL IN THE JACKSONVILLE CHAPTER OF SCLC

The Florida Star is the largest and oldest African American newspaper in
Florida. The Southern Christian Leadership Conference wants to commend them
for telling our story in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr King was the co- founder of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Those of us who are members of his organization know that we must continue
the work that Dr. King left undone. Our National President told us in our 50TH
anniversary last July that the War on Poverty was the top priority. I have told
Mayor Peyton that Poverty was the core reason for the sociological problems of:
Growing Crime, High Murder Rates, Poor Education and Under Employment in
Jacksonville.
We need the kind of leadership from all sections of our community to address
and fix the problems in Jacksonville. Unfortunately our mayor is not inclusive
in his approach to the challenges confronting this City. Blacks, Whites,
Hispanics and all ethnic groups must be brought together to resolve the problems
of this City. Our SCLC Chapter is providing the leadership and voice to address
the problems in Jacksonville, Florida.
Minister Desmond Muhammad our local President says "Economic Injustice is
the Civil Rights of today".
The Civil Rights of 57,000 poor ($12,000) and very poor ($16,000) households
have been violated by Mayor Peyton and His administration as reported by Susan
Eastman of Folio Weekly last year. According to Ms Eastman's article, the City
also failed to comply with the United States Department of Housing and Urban-
Development guideline for Section 3. The poor among us can no longer be
ignored. Doing so creates the breeding ground for Crime and Murder.
We collectively are our keepers of our brothers and sisters.
Our Chapter of SCLC has been called by the National Headquarters as the
"Most Active" in America.
This evaluation was based on the following:
Visit by the National President September 2007
Six of the seven articles in the "News from the Movement Section of our
National Magazine" last quarter.
Black Leadership article in this quarter National Magazine
All seven articles tell an unfaltering story of Jacksonville, Florida
Two Crime and Murder Forums held @ the Times- Union Building Jan
& Feb 2008
Conununication with the Regional Chamber of Commerce to benefit all
citizens
Communication with the School Board to establish a Kingian Nonviolent
Conflict Resolution Center
Communication with the Mayor for Kingian Nonviolent Conflict
Resolution Training
Communication with the Sheriff .for kingian Nonviolent Conflict
Resolution training
Seeking working relationships with all organizations wanting to improve
our City
Dr Martin Luther King left us an example of nonviolent action to confront and
address the violation of Civil Rights based on the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Rev Dr.
Joseph Lowery the other co- founder of SCLC told us at our 50TH anniversary
"SCLC was founded by two preachers with a Moral Imperative". According to
Rev. Dr. Lowery, our "Moral Imperative is to Stand Up for Truth and Stand Up
for Justice". SCLC has plenty of work to do in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr King's
legacy is alive and well here. Dr. Lowery said "Dr. King took a bullet because
he stood for Truth and Justice", and for that reason SCLC must also stand for
Truth and Justice. Truth and Justice is our purpose in Jacksonville, Florida.


Dr. Juan P. Gray
Board Chairman
Jacksonville Chapter
Southern Christian Leadership Conference




THE 'SWIFT BOATING' OF BARAK OBAMA


Many of us were shocked recently to be reminded by the frequently seen sound bites
from Rev. Wright's Jeremiads against white America of how different our national
Narrative can be depending on our racial and cultural history.

How ironic it will be if, despite his many other accomplishments, Rev. Wright's final
legacy will be that he is most responsible for bringing down the first viable black
candidate for president.

Many of my Republican friends are pretty gleeful right now. They have thought all along
that they might stand a decent chance of beating Hillary. They were much less certain of
how they would fare against the charismatic Barak.

Worse case scenario? Using the fiery rhetoric of his pastor to 'swift boat' Barak works to
alienate the independents, cross-overs and democratic working class needed for him to
insure his nomination and/or eventual victory. Many disillusioned minorities and many
of the only-recently-inspired young people drawn to him,- stay home in discouragement
and/or anger. John McCain goes on to an impressive victory to continue most of the
disastrous policies of the present administration.

Best case scenario? Enough fair minded folk recognize the silliness of holding the angry
narrative of a Jim Crow scarred member of the sixties generation against a parishioner
with a whole other narrative of promise and hope for a new generation ready to get
beyond all that from the past. Barak Obama is judged for who he is and what he stands
for, and real change becomes possible in the story all the people of America believe
about themselves. God bless America, (we sorely need it).
Peyton Hopkins
Jacksonville Beach


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The Mary Singleton
Senior Center held its
annual senior Valentine
Day Ball on Friday night,
February 15, 2008. All
seniors in attendance
enjoyed an evening of
great food, laughter and "':
dancing. .
The high point of the
evening was the crowning
of the new King and
Queen. Frank Pressley
was crowned king and
Joyce LaVant McCall was crowned queen. The
queen was presented with roses and a tiara. The
queen's escort was Lester Joseph.
The room was filled with red and white attire.
These seniors sure know how to enjoy themselves
on a Friday night.
Other members of the court for 2008-2009 are:
Claretha Ricks, Jacqueline Mayhew, Lorraine
Roberts, Willie Jennings, and Dorothy Gordon.

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school for African Americans in
Jacksonville. Having grades
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in 1953 it was re-named the


New Stanton Senior High as one of the top academic Band. Miss Stanton 2008, Emmeline Friedman, Seniors, ance. There was a role call of
School. The "Blue Devils" took schools in the nation. Monya Sharp, Junior, presented directed by Mr. Matt Hemphill. class and a special performance
pride in the academic, athletic, Each year graduates of the the Welcome. It was a wonder- Danisha Love, Kiara Wright, by The Counts at the ending of
and artistic accomplishments of high school celebrate their ful occasion. After lunch there Nasha King, Jamisha Laster & the celebration.
New Stanton. During the 1980- Class Reunion with a luncheon. was a performance from Jessica Osborne, Seniors, as the
81 school year the New Stanton This year, as usual, The "Proof", with Mark Slater & Lovettes did a dance perform-
became Stanton College Heritage Luncheon
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~DIARRHEA REMEDIES~
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... DEFINITION Chronic diarrhea can be caused by many
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__ of days or is associated with a fever. OTC antidiarrheals are intended for use in acute diar- I
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Consumption of laxative foods and drinks, food poisoning, or reactions to medicines.
S --- They should not be used for more than two or three days without consulting a physician.
,, CHARCOAL Activated charcoal, taken in capsules, often relives diarrhea, gas, and
cramping. It absorbs gases and irritating substances and holds them until excretion in the &
Sn d a feces.
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S, ""antidiarrheals, but many people find them effective as such. This is not surprising since con-
stipation is a frequent side effect of their use for stomach-acid-related problems.
POLYCARBOPHIL Polycarbophil is a bulk-forming laxative that is supposedly also
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Sy indicated Conten SUBSALICYLATE Bismuth subsalicylate reduces cramping and frequency of bowel
movements in traveler's diarrhea, but large doses are required and aspirin like side effects may
S. occur in some people. There is considerable controversy about whether it is effective in other
Available from Commercial News Providers" types of diarrhea, but it does seem to help in some viral cases. Bismuth is a heavy metal and
potentially toxic heavy or prolonged use can cause sever nerve toxicity that can take months
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Clay, Nassau, and St. Johns counties have joined together to train volunteers. If you are a resident of any
of the counties, the program is open to you. Training will be held at the Duval County Cooperative
Extension Service office in Jacksonville on Wednesdays beginning February 13th and ending April 9th M
from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For additional information, contact your local county extension office. Copyrighted Material
THE WILLIAM RAINES CLASS OF 1973 will be celebrating its 35th Reunion during the week-
end of June 13-15,2008 at the WyndhamRiverwalk Hotel- downtown Jacksonville.Thethemeforthis Syn icate Content
year is "Still Great In '08!" Events include a dinner cruise, a banquet, and much more! For more infor- | t MO L V W LV L S y dc e C n n
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THE PLAN READING courses will conduct classes on Saturdays. The first class will begin on
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including Trees Atlanta's annual sale of dogwood tree seedlings in exchange for a small donation. You ___4_ -
may visit us at: www.dogwood.org'
JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA -Tuesday evening, April 8th, .7:30 p.m., -W--- W ft* n so
the Jacksonville University Orchestra will present a concert featuring four centuries of string
orchestra music in Terry Concert Hall on the beautiful campus of Jacksonville University. TUi /,AITT -rR nT
Marguerite Richardson, Assistant Professor of Strings, will conduct. Featured will be JU By Lucius Gantt
Assistant Professor of Piano, Scott Watkins, performing the Keyboard Concerto in D minor by Hillary Clinton reminds me of the Dorothy character in the
Bach, arranged in a more Romantic context by composer Ferruccio Busoni. Also featured will movie "The Wiz", a soulful take on "The Wizardt of Oz".
be En to skotos, composed by JU Professor of Music, William Schirmer. The program will If you compare Sen. Clinton with the movies premier song, she fits the bill. Clinton "can't win,
open with Felix Mendelssohn's Sinfonia II in D Major, and will include David Diamond's she can't break even and she can't get out of the game!"
Rounds, a true tour de force for strings. Jacksonville newcomer and composer, Piotr Szewczyk For years and years, Democratic candidates have wop elections on the backs and block votes o
will be introduced to JU"s audience with his Rebirth of Hope, composed in 2004. This concert African-Americans. Black churches and Black preachers have allowed Democratic vote seekers to
is free and open to the public. For more info, please call 904-256-7370. come and go in andout of their sanctuaries whenever they wanted to.
FLORIDA CARES OFFICIAL STATEWIDE LAUNCH -Friday, May 16th from 8:30 a.m. Today, however, Democrats have a real dilemma. Do Democrats like the Clintons continue to
to 4:30 p.m., 2nd Annual NE Flord bash, bushwhack and attack the clear African American candidate of choice? Will they continue to
disparage Black churches and denigrate Black preachers?
Mentor Symposium "Planting the Seed." Maybe they will because the political racism that is seen and not told indicates thatDemocrats
Keynote speaker is Susan L. Taylor. might be willing to attack Black candidates and Black religious leaders as long as they can and as
Saturday, March 17th from 10:00 a.m. to much as they can because, in their opinions, no matter how bad you treat Black people, they are going
2:00 p.m., Official Mentor Recruitment to vote Democratic anyway.
Rally, Adventure Landing, Orange Park, Yes, Hillary and other Democratic Party leaders have eyes but they can't see any better than Stevie
FL. Keynote speakers: Susan L. Taylor Wonder or the new Governor of New York!
(Nat'1 Cares Mentoring Movement), Mr. They can't see that there is a new generation of Black voters in America that don't care anything
Tommy Dortch (100 Black Men), and Mr. about historical voting patterns in predominately Black precincts and Black districts.
Eddie Staton (MAD DADS, Inc.). 7:00 If Hillary can convince so-called Democratic Super Delegates to go against the will of millions
p.m. Until, Night Out on the Town, of Primary voters and vote for her instead of Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic Party and most
Downtown Jacksonville, "The Landing." Democratic candidates nationwide will be political fish that are dead in the water!
THE 24TH ANNUAL WINDSOR ZUC- If Barack Obama does not get the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, not
CHI FESTIVAL will be held on May 10th only will Black folks and white folks that want change be mad, they may set America on fire!
at the fire station in Windsor (1401 SE Ct And guess what? The Blacks and other independent voters have not even voted yet because some
Rd. 234, in Gainesville). All proceeds go to states like Florida have partisan elections that deny voters registered as "Independent" or "No Party
the WVFD. Fried zucchini, zucchini bread, Affiliation" from even participating in political primaries.
bar-be-qued chicken and many wonderful I think stealing the Democratic nomination from Barack Obama would cause irreparable damage


Veggies There will be rides, magic show, to the Democratic Party. Some Blacks would vote Republican, some would not vote and some would
beauty pageant, fun run and activities all still vote for Hillary Clinton but any Democratic candidate, including Obamna, would need every vote
iday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Planning meets they could get to wifi in November.
every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at the fire Well, Senator Clinton and Democratic Super Delegates that hate the possibility of a Black
house. Call Bobbi J. Walton, Chairperson at Presidential nominee, you can't win in 2008, you can't break even but you can get out of the game!
hous l Bfobbiin J W or a i forpron a If you can't beat Barack Obama, join him! (Gantt's new book "Beast Too: Dead Man Writing" is
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From Actual Police Reports

Did You Hear About?...


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ARIES
March 21st thru April 19th


The stars have a clear directive for you as the
week gets going: Chill out! If you can accept
what life's sending your way and slow your
pace now, you'll be a much happier camper.
And you can definitely pick up speed around
Wednesday and Thursday. Whether it's taking
action at work, getting your love life going or
coming up with your next big thing, the time
is now -- and then again on Sunday. Those
couple of days in between? You've got some
serious feelings, but you're in control of how
you express them.


TAURUS
April 20th thru May 20th
Flattery may not get you everywhere, but it's a start
as the week begins and you're really, really good
at it at this time. In the right situation, an upgrade
to flirtation is definitely in order -- you're aces at
flirting now, too. If you've got more serious stuff to
convey, either at work or at play, just wait for
Wednesday from then through most of the week-
end, you've got a way with letting others in on your
perspective. And others seem to be waning up to
what you're saying as these days progress inter-
esting! On Sunday, though, getting too verbose
about your point of view could be awkward, espe-
cially when your opinion changes!

'TGEMINI
.... May 21st thru June 21st
The way to be convincing or charming as this
week begins? Just be your original, insightful
self. Stay busy, too -- there are experiences to
be had, ideas awaiting you and friends to be
made (and maybe some who are more than
friends!). You might get some sort of financial
wake-up call around Wednesday or Thursday -
- or maybe it's an alarm that's been ringing for
a while. In any case, don't ignore it; get help if
needed. The weekend looks mostly light and
lively, with getting out and about favored.
There's fun to be had, but to keep the good
energy going on Sunday, don't overdo it!

CANCER
June 22nd thru July 22nd
Address any dangling loose ends promptly as
the week gets going, especially if someone
important is involved (e.g., your boss, a friend,
a loved one). You wouldn't want to be left
hanging, and the golden rule definitely applies
now. Life could get crazy around Wednesday
and Thursday -- super busy, maybe exciting,
maybe just overwhelming. In any event, don't
pull back; you've gotta be in it to win it. And
from Friday through the weekend, some very
winning energy is on its way. Don't depend on
luck -- it's all about knowing your mind and
following your heart!


. LEO
July 23rd thru Aug 22nd
Moderation's not exactly your specialty, but
reign in the urge to overdo it as the week
begins. Extremes can be fun, but there's a
sweet satisfaction to the middle way now.
Then, over the next few days, your connection
with others of all sorts is highlighted -- work
relationships, friends, romance. Your genuine
interest in others provokes all kinds of great
responses, and your interpersonal karma just
gets better and better. Plan for assorted awe-
some activities this weekend. Your personal
energy's just getting better and better, too --
and hotter to boot!

VIRGO
Aug 23rd thru Sept 22nd
Avoid the details as the week gets going.
Apply that focus to the bigger picture,
and you'll be amazed at what you can dis-
cover. Plus, who knew that being more
laissez-faire when it comes to the little
things could feel like such a relief? It's
work that demands focus around
Wednesday and Thursday; you've got a
chance to look like an all-star there if you
apply yourself now. Social stuff -- or hot
dates! -- should be scheduled for Friday
and the weekend, when there's less static
and more sparkle coming from the stars.
Keep Sunday open.


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LIBRA
S. Sept 23rd thru Oct 22nd


You'll know there's something amiss if you're
doing all the talking as the week gets going.
Draw them out with an unusual question or
two; you'll learn more, and the relationship
(whatever it is) will grow. You can definitely
see both sides of a situation around Wednesday
and Thursday, which is a plus -- until it comes
to making a decision. Consult someone you
trust. The way to smooth your life path
through the remainder of the week is to help
others. Go out of your way -- it's a delay that's
more rewarding than hurrying forward with
your own agenda.

1 SCORPIO
K fOct 23rd thru Nov 21st
You're so focused on something (or someone)
as the week gets going that you might be miss-
ing some minor warning signs. It's best not to
make any big promises, deals or commitments
until around Wednesday and Thursday, when
your brain's reengaged. You'll have a more
solid idea of what you want and why -- and
when it comes to getting it, you might be sur-
prised by what happens if you let it come to
you. You might want to let others have the
spotlight on Friday or over the weekend; a
supporting role's got its own rewards.


SSAGITTARIUS
Nov 22nd thru Dec 21st
Others are less than impressed by you as the
week begins, what with your dearth of creativ-
ity and lack of spark. Just kidding: April
Fools"! Even 'chance' interactions can go great
places now, with the way you're sharing your
vision and drawing others out about theirs. On
Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, ask yourself:
What does this situation remind me of? The
past comes into play in interesting ways, and if
you've learned from it, you're golden. And
from Friday night through the weekend, love is
in your personal stars. Familial, platonic,
romantic -- it's all good.



I O Dec 22nd thru Jan 19th
Yes, you're awesome at work as the week gets
going, but there's potential in other areas of
life, too! Don't neglect friends or romance --
sharing your feelings can have pretty amazing
results now. However, around Wednesday and
Thursday, oversharing is a distinct possibility.
There's definitely such a thing as too much
information (especially if it was told to you in
confidence). It's a good thing you're a steady
sort, because during the remainder of the
week, life (or maybe a certain someone) isn't
so stable. Remain calm and deal with things as
they arise.

' AQUARIUS
.AA Jan 20th thru Feb 18th

If you want to plan for the future at the begin-
ning of the week -- and the stars say you do --
get others in on it. Bounce your ideas off
another big-picture person. Get a practical
point of view. Find out if what you're planning
has worked for someone else. Then get ready
to fully engage with the present around
Wednesday and Thursday. It wants to fully
engage with you, and a certain somebody may
want to also! While the past seems to be call-
ing on Friday or over the weekend, how much
you want to go back is up to you. Hint: Been
there, done that.

PISCES
I Feb 19th thru March 20th

Take care of business as the week gets going,
but be sure to also set up some fun for later,
too. Craft an irresistible invitation or two!
Around Wednesday and Thursday, remember
that appearances are just that -- they can be
deceptive now, displaying either more alluring
or not-as-great characteristics. Be cautious
now, if only so you're better able to throw cau-
tion to the wind on Friday and Saturday, when
life should be approached with abandon! This
is the most fun part of your week -- make the
most of it! On Sunday, though, mellowing out
is in order.


Your Weekly


HOROSCOPE

April 5, 2008 April 11, 2008


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AGGRAVATED ASSUALT AND BATTERY -
A Jacksonville police officer was dispatched to
the 4300 block of Sunbeam Rd., were 45 year
old B.R. says he was shot by, a stranger wearing
a white T-shirt and denim shorts. A 9mm semi-
automatic firearm was seized, along with 9mm
bullets and a canvass concealment holster. The
gun was not reported stolen. B.R. was shot just
above his right knee and the bullet apparently
lodged in his lower cafe. He told the officer that
as he drove into the apartment complex, a group
of kids were blocking his way. He advised that
he had to stop his car while they slowly got out
of his way. As he passed, he told the kids to stay out of the road. He then drove to
his apartment and parked his car. He later walked with his walking stick back to the
office to make a complaint. Once there he was describing what happened to witness
#1, C.N. At that point, witness #2, L.C., the suspect's girlfriend, walked in and con-
fronted B.R. She accused B.R. of calling them names. An argument ensued and wit-
ness #2, L.C. entered the office with a large stick. She heard what was being said
and interrupted the victim and accused him of calling all of them the "N" word. At
that point, the suspect then approached the front door to the office and demanded he
get out of his girlfriend's face. After a brief verbal altercation with the suspect, the
victim turned his attention back to witness #2,
.- -. who continued yelling at him. Sometime during
,;, the argument, the suspect shot the victim. At
that time, witness #2 told the suspect to get the
.-. gun and "get out of there." It was later learned
that the victim, who was transported to the hos-
pital, had no life threatening injuries. B.R. was
/ (.,, --,i advised of his rights and he agreed to talk to the
S officer and maintained that he thought the vic-
tim was going to hit his girlfriend with his
A T walking stick. He said he was aiming the gun at
~~~y the victim's feet, but when he fired, it struck
.- ~ him in his right leg.

HOME / AUTOMOBILE VANDALIZED On Wednesday, an officer was dis-
patched to the 5000 block of Andrew Robinson Dr., in reference to a dispute. Upon
his arrival, he met the complaintant MS. G. She advised that while staying at her
brother's, TM, resident, her sister-in-law, MM, vandalized the residence and
smashed the windows of her brother's vehicle. Further investigation revealed that
according to Ms. G, MM and TM are currently married and have been for 10 years.
However, the couple is currently separated, seeking a divorce, and MM no longer
resides at the residence. On this date, while inside the residence, Ms. G observed
MM, along with another unknown black female, smash the windows of the car and
the front window of the residence with a chair. Ms. G was not injured as a result o
this incident, but was instructed to have Mr. M notify the police to update this report.

THAT'S NOTHING TO PLAY
ABOUT? An officer was dis-
patched to the 2800 block of
Sophia St., in reference to a dis-
pute. Upon his arrival, he met V
with Ms. S (victim), who stated
her live in boyfriend, Mr. D (sus-
pect) was intoxicated so she want-
ed to leave. While trying to leave "
Mr. D (suspect), he grabbed her
by the neck and choked her. Ms. J
(victim #2 and Ms. S's sister) told
Mr. D (suspect) that she was call-
ing the police and Mr. D (suspect)
struck Ms. J (victim #2) on the
face while he was taking the phone away from her. Mr. D (suspect) fled the area.
The officer observed no visible injuries to either victim. The next .day, the officer
responded back to the victim's residence after receiving a message that the sus-
pect had returned. Upon his arrival, he located the suspect in the residence. Ms. J
opened the door. Mr. D stated that he was just playing when he put his hands on
Ms. Solomon's neck. Mr. D was arrested and transported. PDF.

HE COULDN'T SUPPORT HIS OWN HABIT! -An officer was dispatched to
the 7100 block of Sun Ln. in reference to a battery in progress. Upon his arrival
he met with the victim Ms. G. She advised that her live-in-boyfriend (suspect), Mr.
R had punched her in the face and threw her to the ground because she wouldn't
get him any cigarettes. She advised they have been living together for four
months. She advised this occurred around 12:30 a.m. The officer observed a
minor scratch on the victim's left arm and right hand. She also has a red mark
behind her elbow. The victim's child was the one who called 911. She said she
grabbed the suspect who pushed her off of him. The officer contacted the suspect.
He was advised of his rights. He advised he was defending himself because she
slapped him first. He said he did ask her for cigarettes, but that she slapped him
in the face so he was pushing her off of him. The suspect was arrested and trans-
ported to the PTDF.


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Opening Day. Kershaw, a first round pick in gate and enter the tournament, eliminating the need to wait in line at Will Call to
the 2006 draft, is considered to have the best .
fastball in the Dodgers organization, along with a drop-off-the table curveball. He finished pick up tickets purchased in advance.
the season in Jacksonville after posting stellar numbers at Single-A Great Lakes last year, his Daily and weekly grounds tickets are both available through Click-n-Print at the
first full professional season. The 20-year-old Kershaw has been projected as a starter for the following prices:
Dodgers as early as this season. $30 = Monday-Wednesday; $75 = Thursday; $75 = Friday; $75
Cory Wade, a member of the Dodgers 40-man roster, also returns to the Suns after fin- Saturday; $75 = Sunday; $175 = Weekly Grounds
fishing with a 1.43 ERA in 14 appearances in last season. Projected as a top-flight reliever There is a $10 per order handling fee per order (not per ticket).
in the majors, Wade will likely see a promotion to Las Vegas with a similarly strong start to Birdies for Charity -The Birdies for Charity program annually leads up to THE
2008. Rick Asadoorian is a familiar face as he joins the Dodgers organization after facing PLAYERS and allows the community to support local charities through tracking the
the Suns the last three seasons with Chattanooga. The right-hander, a converted outfielder, exciting, high-level of play during the tournament. A record 51 local organizations
posted a 3.59 ERA as a Lookout in 2007. are participating this year, up from 41 in 2007 and 33 in 2006, highlighting the
The Suns offense should also shine bright with a number of top prospects. Ivan DeJesus, strong growth of the Birdies for Charity program and the generosity of First Coast
Jr., son of former Major League veteran Ivan DeJesus, is a slick-fielding shortstop who will residents.
bridge the gap left open by the promotion of 2007 Futures Game MVP Chin-Lung Hu. The S .
top catching prospect for the Dodgers, Lucas May, joins the Suns in 2008 after belting 25 Similar to a walk-a-thon, Birdies for Charity participants make a pledge for each
home runs for Single-A Inland Empire last season. Russell Mitchell, brother of Carolina birdie made by professional golfers during THE PLAYERS. In 2007, 1,370 birdies
Mudcats third baseman Lee Mitchell, shifts across the diamond from his first base post in were made during the four-day event, so, for instance, a $.03 pledge per birdie
Inland Empire and begins the 2008 season as the Suns starting third baseman. Outfielder resulted in a $41.05" contribution the local charity of the pledge-maker's choice.
Jamie Hoffmann also moves up from Inland Empire in 2008; a former junior hockey star, More than $161,000 was raised last year through Birdies for Charity, part of the
Hoffman was selected in the 8th round of the 2003 NHL draft by the Hurricanes before sign- record $2.8 million generated by THE PLAYERS.
ing with Dodgers. Familiar faces from the 2007 Suns team include Southern League All-Star To increase excitement and encourage contributors, participants have the oppor-
infielder Juan Gonzalez and speedy centerfielder James Tomlin. tunity to guess the number of birdies that will be made during THE PLAYERS.
STAFF: The participant who guesses correctly will win a trip for two to Scottsdale, Ariz.,
Manager: John Shoemaker (12); Hitting Coach: Luis Salazar (3); Pitching Coach: Glenn i
Dishan () S o Tr r Doria Ate ti Tre Co including three nights at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, roundtrip airfare, golf at
Dishman (5); Strength Coach: Trevor Dorian; Athletic Trainer: Carlos Olivas
Tickets for all 70 home games are currently on sale through the Suns Box Office at (904) TPC Scottsdale, lessons at the TOURAcademy, as well as other amenities. Second-
358-2846, or online at www.jaxsuns.com. Sponsorships, season tickets and group packages and d-place prizes will also be awarded.
are also available. The Suns open the 2008 campaign against the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx, Local organizations have mailed Birdies for Charity flyers to their supporters
the Double-AAffiliate of the Seattle Mariners, on Thursday, April 3 at 7:05pm. The Suns are encouraging them to participate in this year's campaign. All funds raised are
the Double-A Affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers and a member of the Southern League payable directly to the charity and THE PLAYERS will administer the contest and
of Professional Baseball. award the prizes.
To take part in the 2008 Birdies for Charity campaign, check
www.pgatour.com/theplayers for a complete list of participating organizations.
The deadline for entries is Tuesday, May 6.
"We are excited about the debut of the Click-n-Print program, which offers
added convenience to the many fans who are purchasing THE PLAYERS tickets on
line," said PGA TOUR Vice President and THE PLAYERS Executive Director Ron
Cross. "We expect this program to only enhance what is already looking like a
record year.for ticket sales.
"Of course, our goal with everything we do at THE PLAYERS is to raise addi-
tional dollars for First Coast charities. Our staff, THE PLAYERS volunteers and
the players 'themselves are extremely proud of the $28 million-plus generated
through this event, and Birdies for Charity, which has grown immeasurably over the
years, is an integral part of that contribution."
About THE PLAYERS Championship
; THE PLAYERS Championship annually combines the best field in golf with
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PricewaterhouseCoopers, JELD-WEN and UBS and are the exclusive Proud
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Proceeds'from THE PLAYERS benefit Northeast Florida charities. Since 1977,
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has been contributed to Northeast Florida charities, including $2.8 million in 2007.
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",,Bethune-Cooknan University Shuts Out Savannah Stat

Bethune-Cookman junior pitcher Eric Thomas was phenomenal on the mound for the Wildcats
as they defeated Savannah State, 7-0 in the rubber game of the three-game series Sunday afternoon at
Jackie Robinson Ballpark in Daytona Beach, Fla.
B-CU starting pitcher Eric Thomas went six full flames on the mound for the Wildcats and
allowed just one (1) hit in his work ... all while picking up six strikeouts and walking four.
The game started with B-CU (16-10) jumping on top first when a two-out rally was kick-started
by Jos6 Ortiz's single pist to right and Jos& Lozada's single past short to put runners at the corner.
Senior right fielder Neal Jones connected on a first-pitch fastball down the middle to collect a two-
Uv ua prun scoring single to left. That vaulted the Wildcats on top, 2-0.
purbiB-CU left two runners stranded in the third, and then left the bases full of Wildcats in the fourth
as they were seemingly getting to SSU (1-6-10) starter Jarrel Arnold. But Arnold and the help of SSU
coleft fielder Brett Pointer-having made some dynamic catches throughout the weekend, worked
themselves out of the jam each time unscathed.
sc ldue nl WemjIn the fifth, the Wildcats finally broke through on Arnold as they burst open for five runs in the
frame.
To ot rat orog&a rrB-CU batted around the order that began with Lozada's second hit of the day, and designated hit-
~ I ., r_ .Ctter Emmanuel Castro later drove him in with a single to left. Third baseman Aaron Patterson singled
to right to bring in Osvaldo Torres before SSU relief hurler Michael O'Neil-entering midway'
through for Arnold, was relieved on the mound with the bases loaded. Pitcher Christopher Chupp hit
Mark Brooks with the first pitch to earn him a RBI that plated Castro the easy way.
B-CU left fielder Patrick Jones appropriately stepped to the plate and delivered his only hit of the
game that scored two as his shot back up the middle plated Patterson and catcher Jeremy Ruperto.
That rounded out the scoring on the day for the Wildcats, leading to the final of 7-0.
Steady B-CU pitching down the stretch was the key as the Wildcats relief efforts did not go in
*vain today. Pitchers Samuel Rodriguez and Matthew Crane each took turns on the mound, respective-
ly, while striking out three batters combined and walking two.
The only hit of the game for the Tigers came from leadoff batter and centerfielder Kyle
Wilkerson. It was an infield single off Thomas.
The win went to Thomas who kept his record clean on the year at 4-0, while SSU's Arnold fell
to 1-2 on the season.
B-CU was led at the plate by Lozada and Torres with two hits each, as well as the bench play of
Jones who came in for Justin Hoyte in the second inning. Jones had a hit and two RBI. The other half
of "The Jones Gang" in Neal Jones had a hit and two RBI as well.
Several Wildcats played well in the field at different positions, especially reserve third baseman
Aaron Patterson who posted his first-ever start today and grabbed a hit and a RBI. Beside him was
first-time starting catcher Ruperto who served as the DH yesterday for the injured Chris Brown.


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much Expansion. the home has All Stainless Steel Appliances, 42 Cabinets In Kitchen, Solid
Shelving In Pantry, Granite Countertops, Tiled Back Splash, Knock Down Ceilings, Granite
Window Sills, Indoor Laundry, Ceiling Fans, Carpet, Travertine Tile & a Patio Ready To Be
Screened In!


* Dinsmore Farms Subdiv
* One Story Style
*Frame/Stucco


NEW LISTING


NEW CONSTRUCTION


Betty Asque Davis
Agent
Watson Realty Corp
615 Highway A1A
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Office : 904 285-6300
Office Fax:904 285-5330
Office: 904 473-1502
Email BADavis4WousonRcalthyCop.con


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"JESUS" IS HEALING ALL MANNER OF SICKNESS
AND
ALL MANNER OF DISEASES
COME AND RECEIVE INSTRUCTIONS ON
HOW TO BE HEALED
AND
MAINTAIN YOUR HEALING


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APR. 4 12, 2008 10:00 A.1%M. & 7:30 P.M.
NORTHEAST FL. FAIRGROUNDS
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