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Mrs. Goffe's class at
Ephesus Junior Academy
Christian School,
Jacksonville, Florida
When I heard that
Barack Obama was presi-
dent, I was about to pass
out! Obama had 338
electoral college votes.
November 4, 2008, histo-
ry was made by Barack
Obama. I am so glad
Obama is our 44th presi-
dent.
My great grandparents
of many generations were
in slavery. Look at us
now. We have made it
through it all! I am so
happy I am an African
American young girl.
This election proves how
big God is!
God is so good to us all.
Obama is being used by
God to make a change!
Now I truly believe we
are one nation under God.
I pray that God will
watch over Barack
Obama.

Alexia Nesmith won an
award for her Election 2008
essay written on November
6, 2008. She is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Joan
Turner, founder of The
Senior Life Foundation. A
Thanksgiving Luncheon is
served to Jacksonville's
needy seniors and handi-
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To see President-elect Barack Obama sitting in the Oval Room of the White House is extremely significant to
the African American community. He is not officially sitting at the desk yet but he is in the room and discussing
and working without a break, to get behind that desk. This was Mr. Obama's first time in the Oval office.
President and Mrs. Bush were very cordial to President-Elect and Mrs. Obama. While the men talked about
the war and the very tedious economical crises facing this country, the two ladies got together on their common
interest raising two daughters'while living at the White House.
What the world wants most of all, according to sources and those we talked with, is for Mr. Obama to first
keep his health and be safe while keeping his promises made during the presidential campaign.
For many in the African American community, they see this as a blessing to help get the country back in order,
to close the crime gap and many of the other gaps that the citizens have endured stemming from the economic dis-
parities. All America knows it will not be easy since we have found ourselves in
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Faith In Our Community
Schedule ofEvents and Services

FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH located
at 1106 Pearce St., Jacksonville, with Elder Bobbie
Sheffield, Pastor is having their "HOMECOMING & 81st
of the CHURCH," Sunday, November 16, 2008. Order of
Worship: Sunday Bible School, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Morning
Worship, 11:00 a.m.; Bible Study, Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. For
more info, call (904) 353-7734.
FIRST A.M.E. CHURCH OF PALM COAST FLORIDA
and the Women's Missionary, Saturday, November 15, 2008
at 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. FREE GIVEAWAY: Women, Men
and Children's clothing all sizes; dishes, pots, bed sheets, and
other household items. Come early for free hot dogs.
Everything is FREE, FREE, FREE. Contact Doug Bembry at
(313) 320-5278.
THE FIRST A.M.E. SENIOR USHER BOARD has an
attitude of servitude behind their First Annual Thanksgiving
Feast, to which an invitation is open to the community, par-
ticularly families in need and experiencing the economic
crunch. The feast, in a sit-down dinner, will be Saturday,
November 22, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., at First A.M.E. Church, 91
Old Kings Road North in Palm Coast, the pastorate of the
Rev. Gillard S. Glover.. The feast will be made up of turkey,
ham, dressing, cranberry sauce, green beans, peas, macaroni,
rice, corn, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, gravy, bread,
muffins, cakes, pies, iced tea, and sodas. There will be no
charge to anyone who will be attending. If needed, the
church can be reached at (386) 446-5759.
ONE CHURCH ONE CHILD is hosting its first annual
gospel concert (Sing For The Children) The Ritz Voices,
Elisha Parris & Heart's Desire, Rickey Bellows and others
will be performing. It's free to the public. November is
National Adoption Month, November 16th is National
Adoption Sunday. Come out and support One Church One
Child as we celebrate this momentous occasion. It's not
about us, it's about the children. Gospel concert (Sing For
The Children), Date: November' 16, 2008, Time: 4:00pm,
Place: Higher Ground COGIC 2514 Van Gundy Rd., Rev. Al
Williams /Director, (904)764-3770.
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"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the
morning." Psalm 30:5
Nashville, TN- Bishop Paul Morton and the Full Gospel
Baptist Church Fellowship Mass Choir unveil CRY YOUR
LAST TEAR (Tehillah Music 'Group/Light Records),
released October 28. The live taping took place at the Full
Gospel Baptist Fellowship Convention in Birmingham, AL
this past June and features the 100 plus member aggregation
along with special appearances by Bishop Clarence E.
McClendon, Bishop Larry L. Brandon, Bishop Joseph W.
Walker, Bishop Rudolph W. McKissick, Jr, Bishop Lester
Love, Stephanie Dotson and Melinda Watts, 2004 and 2008
Gospel Dream winner (respectively).
Reminiscent of the powerful anointing the 2003 release
of LET IT RAIN issued, CRY YOUR LAST TEAR is filled
with emotion and overwhelming praise that will touch every
type of worshiper. Under the direction of the Minister of'
Music General Overseer Pastor William H. Murphy III and
produced by Trenton Phillips, and Morton's son-in-law,
Elvin Ross, the 19 track album spreads the message of glory,
blessings, and seeking God first.
Starting with an introduction by Bishop Clarence
McClendon where he exhorts "there is no place like the
sound of praise...we are in pursuit of His glory."
The glory theme makes a consistent appearance thiough-
out the album including worship tracks "Show Us Your
Glory" and "O The Glofy", up-tempo "Get The Glory", and
praise induced "In Pursuit of Your Glory."
"Chasing After You", "Wonderful God" and "I Am What
You See" usher in the title track, penned by Vashawn
Mitchell, where Morton's trademark passionate vocals take
the project to another level. "You've been searching for an
answer / needing a solution / but your life is in His hands / so
don't you worry just pray / watch God make a way / cry your
last tear / it's gonna be alright." Ending with a reprise of
Pastor Marvin Winans "Ain't No Need To Worry" adds a tra-
ditional element.
To spice up the project the rhythm of the African drums
beat to "I Will Bless The Lord" (African Clap Song).
After the upbeat drum pattern, "I Do Believe", "More of
Thee", and "He's In This Place" offer a healthy helping of
praise and worship.
The highlight of the album are the moments of reflection
interspersed between each song led by the Bishops Council,
the Executive Council, State Overseers, and Regional/State
Bishops.
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ALBERTIE, Robert A.,
died November 5, 2008.
ALLISON, Jeannie, died
November 5, 2008.
AUSTIN, Marvis, 55,
died November 3, 2008.
BEANS, Darren B., 23,
died November 3, 2008.
CLEMENS, Jerry, Jr.,
died November 7, 2008.
COSTON, Maebelle,
died November 6, 2008.
DeANGELIS, Jeffery T.,
died November 8, 2008.
EDGE, Marion, died
November 9, 2008.
HAMILTON, William,


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JENKINS, Johnnie C.,,
died November 6, 2008.
LANE, Linda died
November 7, 2008.
MONROE, Maeole, 66,
died November 2, 2008.
MUNGIN, Lula, died
November 4, 2008.
PAGE, Ronald, 81, died
November 11, 2008.
PARKER, Willie, died
November 5, 2008.
PITTMAN, Breon R.,
died November, 6, 2008.
REESE, Mrs. Willie B.,
died November 8, 2008.
RILEY, J'ay Lee, died,
November 3, 2008.
RUSSELL, Gloris H.,
died November 5, 2008.
RUSSELL, Sharon, died
November 5, 2008.
SWORD, Baby Girl
Jan'iya N., died
November 2, 2008.
THOMAS, Allen died
November 6, 2008.
THOMAS; Edith died
November 9, 2008.
WILLIAMS, Bruce,
died November 5, 2008.
WILLIAMS, Maude,
80, died November 3,
2008.
WILLIAMS, Vincent J.,
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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. y
Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays '
(Old Sanctuary).................... ..............11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting...................... 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus '
(904) 764-5727 Church

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

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody IsSomebody"
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 Hbme: (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: Greaterelblethel.org'


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

Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship 12:00 Noon & 7:00 p.m.
Bible Study Tuesday & Friday----- 7:00 p.m.
(912) 267-6395 (912) 996-4864 Cell
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There s Always Something Happening On The First Coast"


SELECTION 2008 MEMORIES ~
"If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a
place where all things are possible, who still wonders if the dream of
our founders is alive in our time, who still questions the power of our
democracy, tonight is your answer." Barack Obama November 4,
2008
I am so excited! I am in a state of shock! Sometimes I think I am
dreaming! If I am dreaming, please, please, please do not awaken me.
WE HAVE ELECTED A WONDERFULLY INTELLIGENT,
CARING, COMMITTED BLACK AMERICAN AS PRESIDENT
OF THE UNITED STATES! It happened during my lifetime! How
blessed and proud we all feel! I am blessed to be able to share this
wonderful fact with my 90 year old mother, my children and grand-
children. Oh how I wish that my ancestors who never took their right
to vote for granted, had been alive to witness this marvelous election.
Fortunately for them they were landowners and when they were given
the right to vote they never missed the opportunity to-exercise that
right. If this was your first time to vote, I implore you to not let it be
the last time. We used our power to elect Barack Obama as president
of the United States. WE EACH DID OUR PART TO MAKE IT
HAPPEN!
The Barack Obama Campaign for President was a tutorial for all
who aspire for the office of president and all other elected
offices. And we all wbn because of a magnificently and
skillfully run campaign and the BEST candidate!.
We have now completed Phase One in electing the first ,-
African American to the office of President of the United
States. And now we must do EVERYTHING in our power
to ensure that he is successful as president. "The victory
alone is not the change we seek. It is only the chance for
us to make that change. And that 'cannot happen if we go
back to the way things were. It cannot happen without
sacrifice, without a new spirit of service, a new spirit of
sacrifice. So let us summon a new spirit ofpatriotism, of B
responsibility, where each of us resolves to pitch in and Reverend
work harder and look after not only ourselves but each Corrine 1
other," stated President-Elect Barack Obama in his Victory
Speech, November 4, 2008.
And our response must always be, YES WE CAN!!!


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on Nov. 4, 2008.
Veteran's Salute:
The heavy hitter
celebs turned out in
droves at the Annual
Disabled Vets Breakfast'
in Los Angeles.,
November 6, 2008. Los
Angeles Dodger adminis-
trator, former team man-
ager and Hall of Famer
Tommy La Sorda was the
speaker. California
Secretary of Veteran
Affairs Tom Johnson and
California Secretary of
Consumer Affairs
Rosario Martin along
with a slew of stars
including James Avery,
Jon Voight, Nancy
Sinatra, Connie Stevens,
Ed McMahon, former
Los Angeles Laker A.C.
Green and many more
were there to support.
- Music
F e m a 1 e
alternative/rock guitarist
VIVA has dropped a new
double album titled
Electric Cabaret Vols.
One & Two, featuring
Peter Apfelbaum.
Movies
Madagascar Escape 2


A f r i c a ;
Dream WorksSKG a
,Paramount Pictures
release: featuring. the
voices of Ben Stiller,
Chris Rock, David
Schwimmer, Jada
Pinkett Smith, Sacha
Baron Chen, Cedric The
Entertainer, Andy
Richter, Bernie Mac,
Sherri Shepherd, Alec
Baldwin and will.i.am.
Directed by Eric Darnell
and Tom McGrath.
Screenplay written by
Etan Cohen, Eric
Darnell and Tom
McGrath. Produced by
Mireille Soria and Mark
Swift.
The first Madagascar
raked in a nifty $500 mil-
lion world wide box
office. This second
installment' will most
likely replicate the same
results. As expected, it
commandeered the num-
ber one box office slot for
its opening weekend last
week with a sweet
$63,500.000 ticket
intake. The original cast
of characters i.e., the
dancing Lion, quick talk-
ing zebra, the anxiety-
ridden giraffe and a smart
'n saucy hippo return
with new animal charac-
ters added. This time they
return back to Africa and
end up on the reservation
that Alex the lion was
from and he reunites with
his parents. His dad is the
alpha male lion of the
pride. The children will
love this installment as
well as they did the origi-
nal.
Slumdog Millionaire;
Fox Searchlight
Pictures; Warner Bros.
Pictures; Celador Films
and Film4. Starring Dev


Patel, Freida Pinto,
Madhur Mittal, Anil
.Kapoor'and Irrfan Khan.
Directed ,- by Danny.,
Boyle. Go-Directed by
Loveleen Tandan.
Screenplay by Simon
Jeaufoy. Produced by
Christian Colson. Based
on the novel "Q&A" by
Vikas Swarup.
This is one of the bet-
ter movies of the entire
year and may be famed
director Danny Boyle's
best work yet. The film
chronicles the life of
three children who were
orphaned while less than
10 years old and left to
struggle in the slums of
Mumbai, one of India's
most crowded and dan-
gerous. Two are brothers
and one is a girl who fol-
lows them after their
mothers are murdered by
Muslims because they
were Christians.
As they grow up they
are inseparable until they
are brought to a gangster
run orphanage. The two
boys escape but the girl is
left behind. Years later,
the two boys come back
for the girl because the
youngest one is in love
with her. She goes in and
out of his life because
events keep happening to
separate them. He goes
on a popular game show
because he knows she
will be watching and they
finally get back together
after years of hard times.
Hit me up at
feedbackrych@sbcglobal.net
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(Love and work)
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Top Rated Primetime Programs Among African-American TV Homes,
October 27, 2008 November 2, 2008
1. NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL, NBC
2. DANCING WITH THE STARS, ABC
3. THE OC, FOX
4. DANCING W/STARS RESULTS, ABC
5. CSI: NY, CBS
6. CSI, CBS
7. MENTALIST, THE, CBS
8. 60 MINUTES, CBS
9. CRIMINAL MINDS, CBS
10. FOX WORLD SERIES GM5, FOX
Source: Nielsen Media Research


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A New Continued from A-1
unfamiliar territory. Because of this, many voters felt that the only way we could
change is through a 'real' change, which of course, was Obama. For many, voters,
the' decision was based upon the fact that Obama and many new voters are of
Generation X which has had to learn to endure a number of unexpected things, such
as family divorces, higher crime statistics, and much more exposure to world hap-
penings through the media and the Internet,
For the Obamas' they will have the assistance of another generation since
Michelle's mother is moving.to the White House with them.
More than one million are expected to go to Washington, D. C, for the inaugu-
ration. Jacksonville and Savannah have several people who have booked hotels,
buses, trains and hotels. In fact, it is understood that hotels have already been
booked up. Some have already booked hotels and scheduled the parade and shop-
ping only. They have hopes for the ball but say they understand. President L. B.
Johnson had the largest attendance for an inauguration in history. It is anticipated
that the upcoming event will be even larger.

Three Continued from A-1
police shootings, twelve died, 21 were black, four are white and two are women.
MAD DADS and other community leaders have long sought a police review board
and Sheriff Rutherford has always rejected the idea..
It is felt by these leaders that a police review board would make the citizens more
comfortable and the police officers more cautious. If a board existed, it is felt that
Jerrick Hall, 19, would still be alive since he was running but did not have a weapon.
It is also voiced by many in the community, that trust does not exist in the manner
it should between the officers and the community.
The goal of the police review board is to protect the rights of police officers and
the citizens. This issue must be put before the city council as quickly as possible said
one leader. The decision regarding a review board should be from the people, not
from the sheriff.


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Tickets to the 56th Inaugural Ceremonies will be provided free of charge and distributed through
Members of the Illth Congress. The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies does
not provide tickets to the public. Members of the public interested in attending the Inaugural
Ceremonies should contact their Member of Congress or U.S. Senators to request tickets.
The public should also be aware that no website or other ticket outlet actually has inaugural swear-
ing-in tickets to sell, regardless of what they may claim. Tickets will not be distributed to
Congressional offices until the week before the inauguration and will require in-person pick-up.
"Any website or ticket broker.claiming that they have inaugural tickets is simply not telling the
truth," said Howard Gantman, Staff Director for the Joint congressional Committee on Inaugural
Ceremonies.
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the President-elect and Vice President-elect through the Presidential Inaugural Committee. We urge
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Veterans Day, November 11, 2008, Jacksonville,
Florida. The sun is shining bright, people are scattered
everywhere trying to find their place in what is said to
be the best Veterans Day parade in a while. Soldiers,
marching bands, drill teams, civic organizations all
waiting to be led by UBYAQUA VASHTIE GRIF-
FIN.
The Veteran's Administration honored Corporal
Griffin at a formal ceremony at the Prime Osborn, that
included breakfast and the presentation of a Medal of
Valor. Born December 24, 1910 on his grandfather's
farm in Dublin, Georgia, Ubyqua Vastie Griffin's name
was later changed to Vick Griffin by his employers.
As a young man Vick was a catcher for the Dublin
Giants of The Negro Baseball League in 1936. In 1939
he married Lucille Mitchell. For the next sixty-nine
years Vick covered ten children, seventeen, grandchil-
dren, twenty-seven great-grands, and one great-great
grand.
Inducted into the Army June 2, 1943 at Camp
Blanding, as a longshoreman, Vick began a military
career that took him to Northern France, The Rhine,
Northern Africa, and Israel, the Holy Land. Corporal
Vick Griffin received the EAMETO Medal, A Good
Conduct medal, and The World War II Victory Medal.
UBYAQUA VASHTIE GRIFFIN, "Vick Griffin," was
honorably discharged from the ARMY at Camp
Blanding December 23, 1945.


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Nation's Mayors Launch Challenge to Set Bold,
MATTHEW W. GILBERT JR.-SR. HIGH SCHOOL is proud to announce its 11th Specific Goals for Child and Family Well-Being
New Year's Students/Teachers GRAND ALUMNI REUNION..For 10 years Washington, DC- Just one week after the 2008 presidential elections, prominent mayors from across the nation
Gilbert's Eastside "Mighty Panthers" have celebrated all graduating classes from, 1952 will challenge their peers to set bold goals and targets for child and family well-being, and will urge the federal
to 1970. Class of 1959 will be honored for their 50th Year reunion, all alumni, teach- government to join them in charting a new course that priorities investments in children and their families.
ers, attendees and guests are invited. Two fun-filled events are planned for this su- The Mayors' Action Challenge for Children and Families will be unveiled November 15 at the.National
es an e ind Je nvi e T ond er a inare f t -, League of Cities' (NLC) Congress of Cities in Orlando, Fla. Live webcasts of all Congress of Cities general
cessfl annual event: WELCOME RECEPTION, Friday, January 2, 2009, 7-11 sessions will be badcast on NLC TV, NLC's intemet TV channel, available at www.nl.org.
p.m.; BANQUET, Saturday, January 3, 2009, 6 p.m. 1:00 a.m. Both events will be Foundedby 26 prominent mayors with trackrecords of leadership and innovation, the Challenge will call
held at the Hyatt Regency River Walk Hotel. Tickets are on sale now, PURCHASE on mayors to set specific, measurable, local targets to ensure that every child has:
DEADLINE is December 20, 2008. NO TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE Opportunities to learn and grow, A safe neighborhood to-call home, A healthy lifestyle and environ-
AT DOOR. Please contact Class Leaders for more information: Lydia Jackson-Bell at ment, and A financially fit family in which to thrive.
(904) 765-9224 or Curtis Roberts at 764-3839. To learn more about the Challenge, visit www.mayorsforkids.org.
THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON FOR NEEDY SENIORS, November 25, 10:00 "Cities throughout the country face a daunting,set of concerns that require our urgent attention- from help-
a.m. to 12:45 pm. at The Wyndam Riverwalk Hotel located at 1515 Prudential Dr. in ing struggling families regain their financial footing to confronting high rates of school failure and youth vio-
lence," said Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr., of Charleston, S.C., chair of NLC's Council on Youth, Education, and
Jacksonville. The cost is $22 each for senior. Tables of 6, 8 and 10'are available.
ackso e. The cost is $2 eah for senor. Tables of n ae aaae. Families. 'This Challenge urges mayors to build on their progress by setting specific local targetsin four areas
Checks or money orders should be made payable to "Senior Life/Thanksgiving that comprise the essential building blocks that every child needs to live a full, healthy, andproductive life."
Luncheon for Seniors" (all donations are tax deductible). Mail to: "Seniors", Radio The economic downturn and a lack of federal attention to struggling families and children's needs have
Station WCGL, 3890 Dunn Ave., Ste. 802, Jacksonville, FL 32218. exacerbated many of the problems that mayors confront on a daily basis. However, in recent years, mayors have
PALM COAST ART AND CRAFT FESTIVAL at the Palm Harbor Shopping developed a hosi of innovative solutions in areas such as college access and youth violence prevention. Mayors
Village, Palm Coast Pkwy., Palm Coast. November 22nd and 23rd, Saturday 10 a.m. participatingin the Challenge will expand on these efforts by setting goals tailored to their cities'unique circum-
to 5 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Arts, crafts, gourmet sampling, food, free stances, and holding themselves accountable for meeting these targets. The mayors will also call on the new
parking, and free admission. For more information, call 352-344-0657. Administration and Congress to join them in supporting effective strategies, and have identified specific feder-
3rd ANNUAL STANTON GALA PLANNING MEETING -The current class lead- al actions that can bolster local efforts.
"As mayors have tested different approaches toproblems that once seemed intractable, we've gained a bet-
ers of Old Stanton, New Stanton and Stanton Vocational High Schools will meet to dis- ter understanding of which policies and practices are effective," said Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak. '"We're
cuss plans for their 2009 3rdAnnual Gala on Monday, November 17, 2008 at 6:00 committed to setting bold objectives and taking action on behalf of the children and families in our communi-
PM at Bethel Baptist Institutional -Church, 215 Bethel Baptist Street (First Street ties. We urge public officials at all levels of government tojoin us as partners in this Challenge."
Entrance). For more information contact Kenneth Reddick at 764-8795. The Mayors' Action Challenge for Children and Families is supported by the National League of Cities,
HUGE GARAGE SALE!!! -The Foundation Academy will be holding a huge through its Institute for Youth, Education, and Families. The National League of Cities is the nation's oldest and
garage sale this Saturday, November 15th. Place: The Foundation Academy's new largest organization devoted to strengthening and promoting cities as centers of opportunity, leadership and gov-
campus, 3675 San Pablo Rd., South, 7 a.m. 1 p.m. For more info please call The eriance. NLC is a resource and advocate for 19,000 cities, towns and villages, representing more than 218 mil-
Foundation Academy at 904-241-3515. lion Americans.
MEDICARE DRUG PLANS -Seniors enrolled in Medicare Part D should consid-
er whether they want to stay with their current prescription drug plan. Fronm Nov. 15 MAYOR PEYTON'S BOOK CLUB MEMBERS INVITED
through the end of the year, Medicare is holding its annual "open enrollment" peri- TO ENJOY A MOVIE IN THE PARK
od for Part D. During this time, eligible seniors can sign-up or change plans. Seniors JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Nov. 12, 2008 As part of the new Great Outdoor Adventure
can compare their current coverage with others among the .many competing element of Mayor Peyton's Book Club, members and their families are invited to enjoy the
Medicare drug plans. They can decide whether to stay with their current coverage or family classic, An American Tail (rated G), under the autumn stars. Saturday, November 15
switch to another plan that may offer lower premiums or more coverage options, at 5:45 p.m. Movie running time is 81 minutes.To be held ast the Treaty Oak at Jessie Ball
Unlike traditional government programs, where there's just one plan for everyone, DuPont Park, 1123 Prudential Dr. Free parking for the event is available in the Suddath
Medicare Part D is structured so that insurance companies must con pete for cus- garage on Flagler Street between Suddath and the Hampton Inn and additional parking is
mers. Knowing that beneficiaries have th insure option to switches museant compete for cus- available in the Prudential Flagle parking lot from 4-9 p.m. Overnight parking is not per-
,tomers. Knowing that beneficiaries have the option to switch means that insurers
~ t~ mae +thor t toc te h th *11 l c T Ad s mitted. Families are asked to bring lawn chairs and blankets to this centrally-located
have to make their plans attractive or they will lose customers. The record shows
hav to make te i n rcie or ty wi l c mers. e rd s s JaxParks setting. Attendees should check the forecast and dress appropriately, as the weath-
that this results in more choices and lower costs. In 2003, lawmakers estimated sen-
er may be cool.
iors would pay an average monthly premium for prescription drug coverage in 2009 m b co
or wou yan avrage m t em o citir average in Free popcorn will be provided. Families are encouraged to pack a picnic dinner, or pur-
of more than $44. But according to government officials, their average monthly pre- chase a Domino's pizza ($5 per pie), Starbuck's hot cocoa ($1 per cup) and other beverages
mium next year for the standard plan will be just $28. But some drug plans are rais- on site. No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the park.
on site. No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the park.
ing their prices and changing the specific drugs available. So every senior who is This event is made possible by the Jacksonville Children's Commission, JaxParks, the
enrolled should be sure to seize this once-a-year opportunity to review their cover- Jacksonville Public Library, Downtown Vision, Inc. and Suddath. Volunteers will be provid-
age. Web savvy seniors can do this through Medicare's website at ed by Duval's Youth Voice Council, a dedicated group of youth ages 13 to 18 who have
www.Medicare.gov. There, using the "Medicare Plan Finder," seniors can compare joined together to help improve the community by providing a forum for communication
plans based on price, drug coverage, and out-of-pocket expenses. Seniors can also and active involvement in a wide range of civic activities.
use the Plan Finder to compare the cost of filling a prescription their local pharma- Mayor Peyton's Book Club Great Outdoor Adventure is a collaboration of the


cy versus a mail-order drug store. Seniors without web access can always call 1-800- Jacksonville Children's Commission, the Jacksonville Public Library and JaxParks. In addi-
Medicare and speak with a customer service representative who will talk them tion to a series of 12 books and other literacy tools, the program provides opportunities for
through their choices. These plans offer a full range of health services and some of Jacksonville 4-year-olds and their families to get outdoors and learn about nature, conser-
them include prescription drug coverage at no extra cost. Medicare's open-enroll- vation and the environment.
ment period ends on December 31, so seniors should act fast to check their options The program showcases 13 of Jacksoniville's 300-plus parks, features monthly "green"
and make sure they're enrolled in the most-affordable plan that best suits their needs, educational activities at JaxParks community centers, offers monthly themed library mate-
< rials and much more. To learn more, visit www.jaxkids.net or call (904) 630-4754.

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ARIES
March 21st thru April 19th
A temporary setback can seem like it's insur-
mountable on Monday, but once you under-
stand that it's a learning curve and one that
you can leap if you put your considerable
resources to it, things clear up by Thursday.
The nice thing about getting this lesson out
of the way now is that you'll see a dozen dif-
ferent ways to make this knowledge work to
make your life easier, especially on Friday.
Just beware of information overload over
the weekend. More isn't necessarily better
when it comes to getting the 411.

TAURUS
.( April 20th thru May 20th
Just when you think you know someone or
have a certain area of expertise, something
happens that shows you the opposite may in
fact be true. On Monday and Tuesday, be sur-
prised by nothing. The more you realize that
you can only know the partial truth of any one
person, place or thing is what, curiously
enough, begins to give you real wisdom
Friday, Saturday and Sunday are filled with
communication, and some of it from unusual
Sor intuitive channels. Simply listen without
judging, then take what works for you.


GEMINI
May 21st thru June 21st


nI


It's normal to want praise, especially on
Monday. After all, every human being needs
acknowledgment that her work is well done.
But on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
you realize that your acknowledgment of
your wonderful efforts is what counts the
most. Don't forget to praise and reward
yourself for everything that you do and that
you do it so well. Friday and the weekend
are flirty, fabulous and fun. Dress up a little
no matter what the day's tasks entail.
Running chores can be much more glam-
orous that way.

p CANCER
I! June 22nd thru July 22nd
Persistence is a virtue, but on Monday and
Tuesday, you might actually be better off real-
izing when something's a dead end. That way,
you end up on a route that's quicker and more
interesting. Wednesday and Thursday are great
times, however, to put your shoulder to the
wear and persevere no matter what. If there's
too much information coming your way on,
Friday, then say so. This, weekend, pick and
choose your words with care. If you're not sure
exactly what to say, then say nothing or ask for
more time before you reply.


LEO
July 23rd thru Aug 22nd
Boldness is a virtue, especially on Monday
and Tuesday. Say what you mean and mean
what you say -- you'll find it all deeply liberat-
ing. By midweek, you realize that discretion is
very much' the better part of valor. When
you're not sure what course to take, doing
nothing is more productive than recklessly
plunging into action. Be creative about the
ways you communicate on Friday and the
weekend, especially when it comes to your
feelings. A'touch of humor -- but not too much,
or you'll come off as defensive -- works won-
ders.

'y VIRGO
Aug 23rd thru Sept 22nd
Asking yourself what makes your life
simpler right now really gets to the heart
of the matter on Monday. On Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday you realize that
'simple' doesn't necessarily mean 'easy,'
and that it may, in fact, mean'making a
tougher choice in order for a better payoff
down the road. With your newfound
insight, that makes it easier to deal with.
Your composure makes you an example to
someone unexpected over the weekend. If
they ask you for advice, be honest, with-
out being preachy. They'll appreciate
what you have to offer. I


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It's easier to play it safe than be sorry, or at
least that's the way it seems to you on
Monday and Tuesday, but you might actual-
ly be making your life harder than it needs to
be in the long run. On Wednesday and
Thursday, embrace the concept of short-term
pain in order to make some big long-term
gains and you might see that those pains are
brief and not really painful at all. Friday and
the weekend are a good time to talk it out
with family and friends, or with yourself and
your journal, if that's more helpful to you..

S SCORPIO
J Oct 23rd thru No\ 21st
You can be blind to your own best qual-
ities, especially on the first two days of
the week. That's true of anyone yoiu
know, actually it's hard to see the best in
yourself. View your personality as if you
were your dearest friend. Surprised at
how much there is to like? You shouldn't
be. Thursday and Friday, speak your
mind, but add a little extra helping of
charm. Your audience will get the mes-
sage, and they'll appreciate that special
way you have of putting things, too, The
weekend is relaxed, mellow and loving a.
great time for family

SAGITTARIUS
Nov 22nd thru Dec 21st


The impulse to change or somehow improve
oneself is part of the human condition, and
you're just as likely to feel that need, espe-
cially on Monday and Tuesday. Remind
yourself that in order to change, first you
need to really see who you are. That's not
always an easy task. If you succeed, you'll
find that'change happens naturally in an evo-
lutionary way, not because you force the
issue. Friday and Saturday are great times to
talk about all that you've been going through.
Sunday, concentrate on being with your fam-
ily.

CAPRICORN
Dec 22nd thru Jan 19th
Your physical environment has a great deal of
impact on your mental and spiritual health. Is
your home chaotic and disordered? No wonder
you're not feeling.at the peak of your abilities.
Use the first half of the week to treat yourself
well: tidy your room, wash dishes regularly
and cook healthy, delicious meals. By Friday,
you'll be ready for a mental challenge whether
it comes in the form of a lighthearted, flirta-
tious debate or deciphering the instructions for
a lovely but puzzling piece of kitchenware.
This weekend, tell your family how much you
care about them.

71 AQUARIUS
Jan 20th thru Feb 18th
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Why not take a chance on Monday and
Tuesday instead of automatically saying no?
That means being open to the possibility of
failure, but it also means being open to suc-
cess. If it doesn't work, that's simply a sign on
the highway of life directing you to ygur actu-
al destination. Thursday and Friday are simply
teeming with opportunities. If you're not quite
sure what you want to say yes to, take a deep
breath and say so. Use the weekend to contem-
plate your next mood. A journal and a quiet
spot can be useful to sort out your thoughts.

|I PISCES
S Feb 19th thru March 20th

On Monday and Tuesday, find ways to encour-
age yourself in a positive, consistent way
instead of operating on a punishment/reward
system. Believing in yourself leads the way
and shows others they can believe in you, too.
The middle of the week.is a great time to slow
down and think about ways to build on 411 the
ground you've gained. On Friday, talk it out
with yourself before you engage in a discus-
sion with someone else -- you're a whiz at
communication, but you have to edit the infor-
mation to make sure it's truly effective. Slow
down so you can enjoy the weekend.


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arrival, Officer met Mr. H
(victim), who stated that
he and Ms. B (suspect) had
just been arguing. The two
have been living together
as a couple for the last fif-
teen years. Police read
both parties' their Miranda
Warnings and asked them
what happened. The inves-
tigation revealed that the
two had been arguing all
morning about their rela-
tionship. During the argu-
ment Mr. H grabbed Ms. B
by her wrist. Ms. B then snatched it back. s. B then grabbed an axe
handle in anrattempt to hit Mr. H. The tvo began to tussle with the axe
handle. Ms. B stated that Mr. H over p were her and took the axe han-
dle andforcefully placed it behind r neck and pushed her head into the
bed. Ms. B stated that she could nt breathe, but somehow she stated she
Broke loose. The two began to
Argue. Ms. B then pulled out a
shotgun and pointed it at Mr. H,
OVi R e then he ran outside, while being
Chased by Ms. B., Officer observed
Scratches on both parties of this
Incident. The shotgun was placed
te min the property room. The axe han-
Sdle was unable to be located.
When Mr. H realized that Ms. B
sr would be charged with a felony, he
stated that she did not point the
/ P shot gun at him. Both were arrest-
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Sw, walking on a closed school proper-
ty. Officer noticed that the suspect
had a brown paper bag, which seemed to contain an alcoholic beverage,
in his hand, so he made contact with him. When asked to come closer to
the patrol car, the suspect continued to walk away. Officer asked the
suspect to come near again and the suspect walked over to him. The sus-
pect was, on the cell phone and was asked if he could call them back
while Police talked to him. The suspect hung up his phone and put it in
his left jacket pocket. The suspect appeared
too nervous and he turned away from the
Officer. The suspect kept his hand in his
jacket pocket, and for the Officers safety as
well as his, P6lice asked him to keep his
hands out of his pocket. The suspect took
his hands out of his pocket, but immediate-
ly put it back in' his pocket again. At this
time, for safety, Officer attempted to detain
the suspect for the open container. The sus-
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Editor team has a set coal.
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The undefeated undefeated" he sas
Tennessee Titans isit .. ere tr in to .n as
Jackson% ille Municipal n gs as possible so
Stadium Sunda, tr,.ini to
eStadium Sget home field position
go 10-l this season at the t
expense ot the Jaguars JA.GURS NOTE-
Jacksonille ill he seek- BOOK: Since 20i. team
Ing re\enge on Sunda, is lo-4 i ,( )l \hen gaining
against a Titans team that 150+ riish l ards...In past (.
handed the Jaguars a I B-lU D ard
Q)B Da',d Garrard has
loss in the season opener on completed 132 of 2.3 pass-
Sept es (65.0 pte I for 1.462
Jacksonmille needs a yardss with TDs is 1 INT
xctorn this ,week against .
and 95. passer rating.
the 9-01- Titans. others a t home in Garrard
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has 4 TDs s 1 IN- and
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back laurnce Jones-DrewT
career. Garrard has 6 TDs
found the end zone three ad
,s. 1 INT and 88 4 passer
times against Detroit to
rating against Tenn.. at
match a career high and home Talor era
home Ta\ lor a\ erages
finished with 70 yardss on ru yards per game i
.5.5 rush lards per game In
11 carries Jones-Drew\ and No 2 total in 34
Fred Ta lor combined foi r ae. Teami
150 rushing yards, a\\Tath
T150 rushing yards h th (.750) when Taylor has 25+
Taylor becoming the 18th att. Jones Drew had career-
player to reach the 11,000- high 3 rush TDs last week
yard milestone for a career and has 4 rush TDs in past
with 80 on 18 touches. 2...WR Matt Jones has 5 or
Tennessee maintains
inin more rec. in 8 of 9 games in
the NFL's longest winning '08. WRs Jerry Porter and
streak with a franchise-
Troy .Williamsbn posted 1st
record 12 consecutive regu- T receptions w/Jaguars
TD receptions w/Jaguars
lar-season wins dating back last week...TE Marcedes
to Dec. 16 of last year. Lewis tied career high with
'.'We only know one 64, receiving yards last
way-to play, and that's to week...CB Rashean Mathis
play hard and play long," has 6 INTs against Titans
said Titans tight end Bo
(most against any oppo-
Scaife, who leads the team nent).Jax notched sea-
in receptions (42) and son-high 7 sacks last
receiving yards (422). "Iweek...LB Daryl Smith
think our motto is we just and rookie DE Derrick
go out there and play. It Harvey posted career-high
doesn't matter who isin 1.5 sacks apiece last game.
front of us and what our THS WEEK'S
record is. We just go out OPPONENT: Titans'
there and play." rookie Chris Johnson regis-
"It's not a distraction, tered 127 total yards,
as long as you listen to the 93 on
Including 93 on the ground,
voice of your leader," said wh h
with a receiving touch-
Titans linebacker David down. Joh n
Thornton. "Coach (Jeff) LenDale White will see
Fisher does a tremendous ,
plenty of action, while'
job of echoing the message T s v n
S t u w Titans veteran quarterback
that we must continue with
Kerry Collins has been pro-
what we've been doing, testing the football and
stay focused, keep fighting, playing efficiently
keep your.confidence high Tennessee leads the all-
and not get big-headed." time series, 15-12.
Tntime series, 15-12.
Titans defensive cap-


By Mike Bonts, Sports
Editor
The Dolphins open
the men's basketball sea-
son Saturday. against
Florida State at the
Jacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena. Tip-off
is set for 7 p.m.
"I'm excited and I
know that our student-
athletes are excited about
it. We have several of our
players from out of town
who have family coming
in for this game." said JU
men's head coach Cliff
Warren.
It is the second
straight year the Dolphins
open the season at home
and begins a six- game
stretch to open the season
against a five teams that
played in the postseason a
year ago. Four played in


the NCAA Tournament.
"We've played well at
home over the past few
years, so it's exciting to
play a team of the caliber
of FSU on our home
court. We \want the
Jacksonville community,
to come out and support
their team." Warren
noted.
Ayron Hardy, became
the fourth Dolphin in the
past three seasons to earn
a spot on the A-Sun all-
freshman team. Hardy
became a defensive pres-
ence last season leading
JU in blocks, finishing
second in steals and third
in rebounds.
He ranked fourth on
the team with 7.5 points
per game. "Ayron
improved his strength and
his outside shooting


The Jaguars scored 124 points in early wins over Indianapolis, Houston and Denver, the most points scored in the first six games
since 2006 (Photo by Nancy Beecher)


By Mike Bonts, Sports
Editor
KINGSLAND, Ga. --
Senior QB Kamau Leitner
threw a 42-yard touchdown
to sophomore Johnathan
Johnson with 28 seconds to
play as Edward Waters ral-
lied to beat Savannah State
26-21 on Saturday at
Gilman Stadium before
3,117.
Johnson eluded senior
free safety Javorris Jackson,
who slipped, to make the
game-winning grab.
"They were, playing
cover-one and the safety ran
over to the other side of the
field, so it was pretty much
an easy read," Leitner said.
"The defender went over to
the other side of the field. I
tried to look him off the best
I can, andJ.J. came down
with it. Their safety slipped
and J.J. took it in.
Johnson finished with
87 yards on seven catches.
He had a 13-yard TD recep-
tion in the second quarter.
Horace Scott had three
catches for 39s yards .
Edward \\ateis tied the
game w.ith 11-49 to play


touch," Warren said. "He
is the anchor of our
defense because he gets
the most deflections.
steals and blocks."
Providing Hardy
some rest will be fellow
sophomore Aric Brooks.
Brooks also made strides
throughout his first colle-
giate season, finishing as
the leading scorer in the
A-Sun Championship
game against Belmont.
"Aric has worked
extremely hard on all
phases of his game ball
handling, shooting and
rebounding." Warren
said. "He should be a lot
more productive this sea-
son and play more min-
utes this season."


when junior Travis Knight Leitner's 21-yard touch-
scored on a 57-yard inter- downs pass to-Scott just
ception return. before halftime trimmed the
Trentt Stewart led EWC margin..
in rushing with 79 yards on .Freshman Rashard
12 carries. Leitner was 16 of Russell ran for a game high
25 passes for 192 yards 10,6 yards on 14 carries for
passing and three intercep- Savannah State. With 2:54
tions. remaining, SSU freshman


Savannah State led 21-
14 at the half.
Savannah State (4-6)
took a quick 14-0 lead. QB
JaCorey Kilcrease threw a
22-yard pass to- Armond
Denson to open the scoring.
Kilcrease started at quarter-
back and finished 13-of-24
passing for 131 yards and
two interceptions.
Daniel Studdard then
scored on a 13-yard run. His
one-yard rushing score in
the second put Savannah
State ahead 21-7 in second.
Studdard finished with 52
yards


Derek Williams attempted a
43-yard field goal, but the
ball struck the crossbar.
"They were down by a
point," SSU first-year head
coach Robby Wells said of
Edward Waters. "All they
had to do was get the field
goal. Our guy slipped down
right there, and their guy, he
made a play and he scored.
We should have won this
game."
The Tigers improved to
3-7.
TIGERS NOTE-
BOOK: Edward Waters
shut out SSU in the second


half for second consecu-
tive season. The Tigers were
penalized five times for 62
yards. EWC had 264 of total
offense compared to-415'for
Savannah State. Maurice
Young had another good
day on kickoff return duty.
He returned three kicks for
a total of 97 yards, averag-
ing 32.3 yards per kick.
THIS WEEKS OPPO-
NENT: Early defensive
stops allowed Charleston
Southern to grab a lead and
they scored in every quarter
to take down future Big
South member
Presbyterian, 29-18,
Saturday. The Buccaneers
evened their record at 5-5.
The opening kick against
Edward Waters. is scheduled
for 1:30 p.m. at Buccaneer
Field with senior day recog-
nition taking place before
the game.


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a new report finds that this technology namely the
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connectedness" for American families.
[1] In particular, parents say cell phones allow their
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

The Governing Board of the St. Johns River Water
Management District requests that interested parties
respond to the solicitations below by 2:00 p.m. Tuesday,
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Timber Sales Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area and
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Bid Number 25227
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2 Bedrooms
S2 Full Baths
0 Half Baths


Melissa Estates Subdiv
Two Stories Style
Concrete Block Const


NEED A BUYER NOW


Betty Asque Davis, GRI
Agent
Watson Realty Corp
615 Highway AIA
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Office: 904 285300
Office Fax: 904 285-5330
Office: 904 473-1502
Email BADavis@WatonReallyCorp.com


This infoatonis believed to be accurate but is not waranted


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134 E. Church St.
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