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Faith In Our Community
Schedule of Events and Services


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OBSERVES
58TH YEAR
ANNIVERSARY

Bishop Everlena Dunn,
noted religious leader and
founder of Dunn's Temple,
will observe the 58th
Anniversary of the organi-
zation, Sunday, November
23rd, 2008, at 3:00 p.m. in
the auditorium of the tem-
ple, 2344 Woodland St. An
interesting program has
been planned for your
enjoyment. The public is
invited.


SAINT PAUL AFRICAN
METHODIST EPISCO-
PAL CHURCH, 6910
New Kings Rd., will have a
Pre-Thanksgiving Worship
and communion Service on
Wednesday, November 26,
2008 at 6:30 p.m. This
service promises to be one
that will help those in
attendance to focus more
on their blessings and less
on their trials and tribula-
tions. Friends and the pub-
lic are extended a warm
welcome to share in this
special hour of Worship.
The Rev. Dr. Marvin C.
Zanders, II, is the Pastor.
Please contact the Church's
office at (904) 764-2755
for transportation and addi-
tional information.
GREGGS TEMPLE
A F R I C A N
METHODIST EPISCO-
PAL CHURCH located at
1510 W. 45th St.,
Jacksonville, with Rev.
Roger L. D. Williams,
Pastor cordially invites you


to celebrate their 35th Church Anniversary on Sunday,
November 25th. Morning Worship 11 a.m., Minister
David Perry, New Life Evangelistic Center, Speaker;
Evening Worship 4 p.m., Rev. Roger Burton, New Bethel
AME Church, New Berlin, Speaker. For more informa-
tion call (904) 768-4416.
MOUNT SINAI MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH, with Rev. R.L. Gundy, Pastor proudly pres-
ents its 100th Anniversary Banquet and Awards Program
1908 2008. The theme is: "We are reflecting on the past
and pressing towards the future," Phil. 3: 7-10. Friday,
December 5th at 6:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Airport.
Featuring Keynote Speaker: Rev. Henry H. Rhim, Saint
Joseph Missionary Baptist Church; and Sister Evelyn
* Kimbrough, Mistress of Ceremonies. Buffet dinner,
Awards and Recognition, special recognition of Mothers
of the Mount, Recognition of Outstanding District
Members. For ticket information, please call (904) 354-
7249.
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, particularly families in need and experienc-
ing 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.
THE GREATER EL-BETH-EL DIVINE HOLINESS
CHURCH located at 725 West Fourth St., Jacksonville,
FL is cooking! Don't feel like baking the Turkey!!!! Let


El-Beth-El Kitchen Deep -try or smoke your turkey tor
Thanksgiving and Christmas (BRING YOUR TURKEY
OR HAM) we will HONEY BAKE YOUR HAM. We
will be taking orders November 14th thru 26th, 2008
from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and we will be taking
orders for Christmas December 15th thru 23rd, 2008
from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Call 904- 359-0661 -
Donation $20.00.
JACKSONVILLE CHICK-FIL-A restaurant at
Southside Boulevard at the Avenues will collect new and
unwrapped children's toys to benefit Trinity Rescue
SMission. Customers who donate a toy at the restaurant
through Friday, Dec. 12, will receive a complimentary
Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich for their generosity. "The
holiday season is truly a time to be thankful for what we
have and to give back to those who are in need," said Joel
Parker, franchise Operator of the restaurant. "In that spir-
it, our Chick-fil-A family is hosting this toy drive project
to inspire our community to help provide a special
Christmas to needy local children." Trinity Rescue
Mission is a non-profit Christian organization that pro-
vides a road to recovery for homeless individuals and
families in Jacksonville. For more information, call (904)
519-0505 or visit www.trinityrescue.org.
ATLANTIC BEACH WOMEN'S CONNECTION
presents "A Festive Holiday Brunch" featuring beautiful
holiday gift ideas from the Princess House collection fol-
towed by charming vocalist, author and speaker Tamra
Nashman, who will lead you down the road of life, but
wait..."Are You Wearing the Right shoes?" Wed. Dec. 3
9:30-11:00am. $12.00 inc. Selva Marina Country Club.
1600 Selva Marina Drive AB. complimentary child care
with reservations. E-mail reservations to atlanticbeach-
wc@yahoo.com or call Kate @ 534-6784. All area
women are invited!
WILD ADVENTURES THEME PARK presents the
VIP Reception Saturday, November 29, 2008 from 5:00
p.m. 7:00 p.m. Enjoy the Festival of Lights until 10:00
p.m.; Refreshments Provided (at Reception); VIP Seating
for Living Nativity and We Need a Little Christmas;
Pictures with Santa..* Lake of Lights Living Nativity *
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer We Need, a Little
Christmas 19th Century Carolers Noel Brass Quartet
* Delicious Holiday Fare and MORE! 3766 Old
Clyattville Road, Valdosta, GA, 1-75 Exit 13; 229-219-
7080. To reserve your VIP holiday adventure, call Micha
Froehlich at (229) 219-7114. Reservations must be made
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CLAYTON, Aaron,
died November 16,
2008.
DAVIS, Rubin, Jr., died
November 12, 2008.
DeBOARD, Levi, Jr.,
41, died November 11,
2008.
DOYLE, James, died
November 7, 2008.
FUNNY, Johnny, died
November 14, 2008.
GREEN, Minnie, died


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HARRIS, Isaiah J.,
died November 12,
2008.
JOHNSON, Keenan L.,
died November 13,
2008.
KIZER, Johnnie W.,
died November 16,
2008.
MASON, Joshua P.,
died November 15,
2008.
PREVATT, Kenneth,
died November 14,
2008.
PRINGLE, Shaio Y.,
died November 14,
2008.
SAVAGE, Marion, died
November 13, 2008.
SCHROEDER,
Christopher, Jr., died
November 14, 2008.
SMITH, Sherman N.,
33, died November 11,
2008.
STRAIN, William died
November 13, 2008.
WAKEFIEFLD,
Dorothy, 80, died
November 12, 2008.
WILLIAMS, Wesley
Lee, died November 12,
2008.
WILSON, Laretha, 85,
died November 14,
2008.
ZAMOR, Eddy, 58,
died November 10,
2008.


The Church Directory
"Come and Worship With Us"

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 pm.
Rev. Eric Lee, Pastor .- --
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus i-
(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
SFriday
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 Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School 9:30 a.m..
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday Joy Night,7:00 p.m.
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org


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

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


(912) 267-6395 (912) 996-4864 Cell
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Prep and Cook: 40 minutes (Makes 8 servings)

1 Ib ground pork sausage with sage
8 oz trinity mix (fresh diced onions,
peppers, celery)
1/2 cup dried berry medley
(berries and raisins)
1 large Granny Smith apple (rinsed)
1 tablespoon flour
1 (14-oz) can reduced-sodium chicken broth
1 (6-oz) box or 2 cups cornbread stuffing mix
cooking spray
1. Preheat oven to 450*F. Preheat large saute
pan on medium-high 2-3 minutes. Crumble
sausage into pan (wash hands); stir in trinity
mix and berries. Cook 5-7 minutes, stirring
often, until meat is browned and vegetables
are tender. Meanwhile, peel apple; cut irto
small pieces.
2. Stir flour into sausage mixture; cook 2 min-
utes, stirring often, until flour is hot and well
blended into mixture.
3. Stir in apple, broth, and stuffing mix. Coat
2-quart baking dish with cooking spray; add
stuffing mixture. Bake 20-25 minutes or until
internal temperature reaches 1650F. Use a
meat thermometer to accurately ensure-done-
ness. Let stand 5 minutes before serving.


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THANKSGIVING DAY,

NOVEMBER 27

We"'e taking the day off so our
associates can spend time with
theii r families and ioved ones.
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and Friday, November 28.


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When your turkey is done,
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Separate the drumsticks from the
thighs by holding the tip of each
drumstick and cutting through the
joint where it meets the thighbone.


Hold each drumstick by the tip,
resting the larger ends on the cutting
board. Slice parallel to the bones until
all meat is sliced.


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ONE-PAN TURKEY, VEGETABLES, AND GRAVY Prep and Cook: 31/2 hours (Makes 8 servings)


3 medium parsnips (rinsed)
5 medium carrots (rinsed)
4 celery ribs (rinsed)
2 large onions (rinsed)
2 bay leaves


1 teaspoon kosher salt, divided
4 oz unsalted butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup flour
2 (14-oz) cans reduced-sodium
chicken broth


1 (12-lb) turkey (thawed, following
package instructions)
1 teaspoon poultry seasoning
S1/2 teaspoon pepper
aluminum foil


1. Preheat oven to 325F. Peel parsnips and
carrots. Cut parsnips, carrots, and celery into
1-inch-long pieces. Remove ends and peel skin from
onions; cut both into quarters. Place vegetables,
bay leaves, and 1/2 teaspoon of the salt into turkey
roasting pan.
2. Place butter in microwave-safe bowl; cover and
microwave on HIGH 30 seconds or until melted.
Whisk in flour-and 1 can of the chicken broth until
blended. Pour into pan over vegetables. Place wire
roasting rack in pan over vegetables.
3. Remove turkey from packaging (remove giblets
and neck for another use). Sprinkle turkey evenly
with poultry seasoning, pepper, and remaining 1/2
teaspoon salt. Place on roasting rack, breast side
up; (wash hands)..Roast turkey about 2 hours.


4. When turkey is golden brown, cover loosely
with foil. Roast 1 more hour or just until internal
temperature reaches 165'F. Use a meat
thermometer to accurately ensure doneness. (Ovens
and size of turkeys vary; adjust time, as much
as 30 minutes, as needed. Refer to packaging to
determine time for larger turkey.) Transfer turkey
to carving board; let stand 15-20 minutes before
carving. Transfer vegetables to serving dish; remove
and discard bay leaves (cover to keep warm).
5. Thin the reserved gravy in the roasting pan,
if needed, by heating the remaining chicken
broth (up to 1 can) in microwave or on stovetop.
Gradually whisk heated broth into.gravy until desired
consistency. Transfer gravy to serving dish. Carve
turkey and serve.


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"There's Always Something Happening On The First Coast
Former Homeless Culinary Art Graduates
Catered Clara White Missions Gala


For the third year Citi presented Clara White
Mission's Annual Benefit "Pearls & Cufflinks Gala."
The event celebrated 104 years of community service
and the 132nd Birthday of founder, Dr. Eartha M. M.
White. The celebration included a silent auction and live
entertainment by Jacksonville University Percussionists,
Stage Aurora, and Strolling Violist Beverly Chapman.
The special joy of this year's celebration was that the
event was catered by "Ashley Street Catering". Ashley
Street Catering showcased their professional, full-serv-
ice catering service with assistance from former
Culinary Art graduates from Clara White Mission.
Two hundred fifty-three (253) formerly homeless
and unemployed individuals have graduated the
Culinary Arts Program; 82 % of those graduates were
placed into employment within 60 days of graduation
and 84% of placements remained employed at 180 days
follow-up. In 2007, graduates starting wages were $10-
$15 an hour. Clara White Mission celebrated that this
program initiative has become the caterer of choice for
some of the city's most prestigious corporations and
non-profit organizations in the community along with
the Mission's transformation into a one-stop
Community Development Center by restoring lives
through job training, housing, literacy programs, daily
meals and cultural awareness for the homeless and low-
income in our community.
Gala Program included a very poignant video pres-
entation telling the successes of the Clara White
Mission's Culinary Art's program. Other Gala Program
participants were: First Coast News Anchor Ms. Angela
Spears, Ron Mallett, Craig Gibbs, Clara White
Mission Board's Vice Chairman Ms. Daniela Doherty,
and of course CEO/President Clara White Mission, Inc.
Mrs. JuCoby Pittman-Peele.
Community Sponsorship include: Citi, Clear
Channel, Thigpen Heating & Cooling, IBEW Local
#177, ONAS Corporation, The People's Advocate,
Spohrer & Dodd, Canann Steel, Morgan Stanley, Jean-
Aubrey Ideas, Theramed Medical Clinics, Eartha M. M.
White Legacy Fund, Allied Group Insurance, Bell
South/AT&T Yellow Pages, Amelia Island Plantation,
Deercreek Country Club, Pastiche Restaurant, Capital
Grille, Roy's, Homewood Suites, Omni Hotel, Hyatt
Regency.
It was such a delightful evening at St. Johns
Cathedral's Taliaferro Hall which also provides the set-
ting for the training cafe featuring an upscale menu,
"Clara's at the Cathedral" is an outgrowth of Clara
White's Culinary Arts Program, providing students with
hands-on training in production, presentation and front
of the house restaurant service. Operated through collab-
oration between the Clara White Mission and St. John's
Cathedral Church, the restaurant offers a relaxed dining
experience within the Cathedral's historic Taliaferro
Hall, located in downtown Jacksonville at Duval and
Market Streets. "Clara's" is open to the-public each
Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. All proceeds benefit the
culinary school.


The Richardsons.


The Peeles with First Coast Anchorwoman Angela Spears.


Ms. Helen Ridley with her Mother Mrs. Yvette Ridley. Mrs.
Ridley celebrated her birthday on Election Day, November 4th.


Mrs. Reeda Wooden Harris with her
Dwight Wooden.


The Jacksons


Mrs. Deborah Thompson and Eugene Holoman.


Past and Present Clara White Mission, Inc. Board Members.
Ms. Kris Mattson of Citi and Mrs. Hayes
Bishop in background.


Mses. Cheryl McGill and Jennifer Vance both students at the
Clara White School of Culinary Arts.


Mesdames Peggy Rice Johnson, Tinye Thomas, a retired educator
and legendary volunteer at Clara White Mission and Deborah
Thompson.


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Where Florida Begns.

INVITATION TO BID

Sealed bids will be received by the City of Jacksonville, Procurement Division, 3rd
floor, City Hall until the time and dates recorded below and immediately
thereafter publicly opened and recorded in the Conference Room "C", 3rd
Floor, St. James Building, 117 WEST DUVAL STREET.
BUYER: Ivy Posey
AGENCY: Recreation and Community Services Department
CONTACT: Nancy Kirts 904-630-2099
OPENS: WEDNESDAY, December 10, 2008 AT 2:00 P.M.
BID: ESC-0351-09 TRAINING AND RE-ENTRY FOR EX-OFFENDERS


SCOPE OF WORK:
TO PROVIDE JOB-READINESS TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT TO RELEASED
PRISONERS BY PROVIDING A DETAILED PROGRAM DESCRIPTION WHICH WILL
OUTLINE THE STEPS NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE PROGRAM GOALS.
BIDDERS CONFERENCE:
NOVEMBER 25, 2008 FROM 1:00 pm. To 3:00 pm., Ed Ball Building, 214 N. Hogan
Street, 8th Floor Conference Rm., Jacksonville, FL. 32202.
DECEMBER 1, 2008 FROM 9:00 am. To 11:00 am., Ed Ball Building, 214 N. Hogan
Street, 1strFloor Training Rm., Jacksonville, FL. 32202.


BY: MICHAEL CLAPSADDLE, CHIEF
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JOHN PEYTON, MAYOR
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:'Beauty Max Beauty Supply has a new look. The
Beauty Supply store located at 5804 Beach. Boulevard
is. one of four Beauty Max stores in Jacksonville
Florida. Beauty Max founder Mary Chang had a vision
to bbe "Your Favorite Beauty Supply Store."
Pat :Williams of Mosaic Model and Talent
Management was the Creative Director for this first of
its kind'window change in this area. Jacksonville salons
ind'stylists' were invited to participate iria photo shoot
at'the MOSAIC studio.to provide the nrew images for
the windows. The owners wanted a Jacksonville pres-
epce in their window. Seventeen stylists and barbers
pre.seted models in .d:ess arid make-uj, for the photo
shot. These, banners provide the-,stylist's name, salon
na~ie, and phone' number with' b:eatiftil tenidy .hair-
tyles and barber srstyles
,.-Banners in" beauty .supply wind owsA are traditionally
supplied tyhe mnanu~factiiers'ifbeauty supplies.
. 'Orie of the fastest growing segment of the beauty
miness is hair.extension 'ad :.enhceimnts. This
liinttnd is or the iho oman wan stility in
styling aind sometimes clianges r ehair st vith the
shnge of'h: r ouifit: '"' '
'Re'action to theblanfers: has been excitiig-as cus-
tineirs. sometimes recognizes someone oi one of the
anners. Customers 'can be seen taking pictures of the
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scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.


MATTHEW W. GILBERT JR.-SR. HIGH SCHOOL is proud to announce its
11th New Year's Students/Teachers GRAND ALUMNI REUNION. For 10 years
Gilbert's Eastside "Mighty Panthers" have celebrated all graduating classes from
1952 to 1970. Class of 1959 will be honored for their 50th Year reunion, all alumni,
teachers, attendees and guests are invited. Two fun-filled events are planned for this
successful annual event: WELCOME RECEPTION, Friday, January 2, 2009, 7-
11 p.m.; BANQUET, Saturday, January 3, 2009, 6 p.m.-l:00 a.m. Both events will
be held at the Hyatt Regency River Walk Hotel. Tickets are on sale now, PUR-
CHASE DEADLINE is December 20, 2008. NO TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR
PURCHASE AT DOOR. Please contact Class Leaders for more information: Lydia
Jackson-Bell at (904) 765-9224 or Curtis Roberts at 764-3839.
THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON FOR NEEDY SENIORS, November 25,
10:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at Th eWyndam Riverwalk Hotel located at 1515
Prudential Dr. in Jacksonville. The cost is $22 each for senior. Tables of 6, 8 and
10 are available. Checks or money orders should be made payable to "Senior
Life/Thanksgiving Luncheon for Seniors" (all donations are tax deductible). Mail
to: "Seniors", Radio Station WCGL, 3890 Dunn Ave., Ste. 802, Jacksonville, FL
32218.
PALM COAST ART AND CRAFT FESTIVAL at the Palm Harbor Shopping
Village, Palm Coast Pkwy., Palm Coast. November 22nd and 23rd, Saturday 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Arts, crafts, gourmet sampling, food,
free parking, and free admission. For more information, call 352-344-0657.
CITY OFFICES AND FACILITIES CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
HOLIDAY-Most city government offices and facilities will be closed Thursday,
Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28 in observance of Thanksgiving. Holiday closures
include: City Hall at St. James, 117 W. Duval St., Ed Ball Building, 214 N.
Hogan St., Yates Building, 231 E. Forsyth St., The Office of the Tax
Collector, including all Tax Collector branch offices, The Office of the
Property Appraiser, Duval County Courthouse, 330 E. Bay St., Supervisor
of Elections, 105 E. Monroe St., Supervisor of Elections branch office, 5200-
2 Norwood Ave., Recreation and Community Services Department offices,
851 N. Market St., Community and senior centers and gymnasiums man-
aged by the Recreation and Community Services Department, Jacksonville
Children's Commission, 1095 A. Philip Randolph Blvd., Planning and
Development Department administrative offices, 128 E.'Forsyth St., Ritz
Theatre & LaVilla Museum, 829 N. Davis St., Municipal Code Compliance
administrative and operations offices, 1801 Art Museum Drive, Bldg. 3500, Suite
200, Animal Care and Control Center, 2580 W. First St., Animal Care and
Control Mandarin Adoption Center, 10501-2 San Jose Blvd., Victim Services
Center, 403 W. 10th St.: The Jacksonville Public Library (Main Library and all
branches) will close at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 26. All libraries will be closed
on Thursday, Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28., Residential garbage, yard waste and
recycling will not be collected on Thanksgiving Day. Residential garbage, yard
waste and recycling normally collected on Thursday will be collected on Saturday,
Nov. 29. Residential garbage, yard waste and recycling will be collected as usual
on Friday, Nov. 28. The Trail Ridge Landfill, 5110 U.S. Highway 301, and the
Household Hazardous Waste Facility, 2675 Commonwealth Ave., will be closed
on Thursday, Nov. 27 but will resume normal operating hours on Friday, Nov. 28.
Huguenot Memorial Park will maintain regular hours. Day-use visitors may
enter from 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. All but permitted campers and their authorized visi-
tors must depart by 6 p.m. Visitors of campers should pre-register with the office
and be issued a visitor pass to stay in the park until 10 p.m. Camping reservations
by phone can be made Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Pedestrian traf-
fic only is allowed on the beach after 6 p.m.Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park will
maintain regular hours. Day-use visitors may enter from 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. All
but permitted campers and their authorized visitors must depart by 6 p.m.
Camping reservations close at 5 p.m. daily. Only campers with prepaid reserva-
tions can gain access from 5:30-9:30 p.m. No access is permitted after 9:30 p.m.
The Boone, Southside and Clanzel tennis courts will be closed on Thanksgiving
and the day after Thanksgiving and will resume normal operating hours on
Saturday, Nov. 29. Kids Kampus will be closed on Thanksgiving and will resume
normal operating hours on Friday, Nov. 28.The Cecil Aquatics Center, an indoor
facility at 13611 Normandy Blvd., will be closed Thursday, Nov. 27 and Friday
Nov. 28 but will resume normal operating hours on Saturday, Nov. 29

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CCTV ENHANCEMENTS
Blount Island, Talleyrand & Dames Point Marine Terminals
JAXPORT Project No. B2006-03, T2006-02 & D2006-03
JAXPORT Contract No. C-1265

November 14, 2008

Sealed bids will be received by the Jacksonville Port Authority until
2:00 PM, local time, December 16, 2008, at which time they shall be
opened in the Public Meeting Room of the Port Central Office
Building, 2831 Talleyrand Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida, for CCTV
Enhancements.

All bids must be submitted in accordance with specifications and
drawings for Contract No. C-1265, which may be examined in, or
obtained from the Procurement Department of the Jacksonville Port
Authority, located on the third floor of the Port Central Office
Building, 2831 Talleyrand Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 32206.
(Please telephone 904/357-3018 for information.)

THE MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE AND SITE
VISIT WILL BE HELD ON DECEMBER 2, 2008, AT 10:00 AM,
IN THE PUBLIC MEETING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR OF THE
PORT CENTRAL OFFICE BUILDING LOCATED .AT
ADDRESS STATED ABOVE. ATTENDANCE BY A REPRE-
SENTATIVE OF EACH PROSPECTIVE BIDDER IS
REQUIRED. A BID WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FROM ANY
BIDDER WHO IS NQT REPRESENTED AT SUCH CONFER-
ENCE.

Bid and contract bonding are required.

The mandatory JSEB/MBE/WBE Participation goal established for
this project is 10%.

Federal funding is being utilized on this contract.

The Specifications and contract Documents may be viewed and down-
loaded from our website at
http://www.jaxport.com/about/projects.cfm.

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Your Weekly

HOROSCOPE
November 15, 2008 November 22, 2008


ARIES I LIBRA
March 21st thru April 19th |Ai I Sept 23rd thru Oct 22nd


There's a new life & direction call-
ing out to you... Obviously, -it's
entirely up to you whether or not
you're willing to answer the call.
This energy requires you to rise
above your ruts, routines & habits
& be more willing to see the world
& it's opportunities from a brand
new perspective. You'll find even
the slightest efforts will bring dra-
matic results. The "old way" of
doing things will no longer work.


TAURUS
April 20th thru May 20th
You need to understand one
very important fact... Whether
or not you are currently rockin'
n' rollin' or not, you have been
selected by the universe to rise
up to a higher position of
honor & leadership. Because of
this, you had better understand
that you are being held to high-
er standards than others... That
means you'd be insane to cross
the moral or ethical line in any
way. Rise up & take the prize.

GEMINI
SMay 21st thru June 21st
Your chart energy & long term
prosperity will be determined by
how willing you are to have an
open mind & to consider all possi-
ble answers & solutions. With
planet placements like this, it indi-
cates you are seeing things from
too narrow of a field of vision &
need to expand your understand-
ing. Very often this can cause you
to travel or to experience strange &
cool new encounters with others
who can re-inspire or motivate you
onward.

CANCER
June 22nd thru July 22nd
The direction of your chart is
being directed at unleashing the
beautiful & unbridled passions &
desires from within you. With
chart energy like this is going to
cause a lot of relationship actions
and it's very likely many
"Cancers" will find themselves
become parents 9 months from
now as a result of this transit. Pay
close attention to what others are
saying to make sure you're simply
not hearing what you want to.

S LEO
July 23rd thru Aug 22nd
Your week & overall chart direc-
tion is guiding you towards doing
what's necessary to find the right &
working level of balance in your
relationships & interactions with
others. You would be wise to
remain "humble" and listen to the
ideas & suggestions from others
(even those who might be in lower
positions)... There is also the need
to check & verify the facts & state-
ments of others... There are strong
elements of "karma" in play here...
Stay Sharp!

SI VIRGO
1 Aug 23rd thru Sept 22nd
Your chart is highlighting the
"workplace"... This is going to
bring about many changes &
can lead you towards changing
jobs or obtaining higher posi-
tions of honor & authority.
With that said, you would be
wise to take the extra time to
check & re-check the output of
your work & effort. Being pre.-
pared & organized to "accom-
plish your mission" is the best
plan you can have. The stress
levels can be damaging to your
health... Seek relaxation.


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This new life phase has the prom-
ise & potential to bring a lot more
fun & excitement into your life...
The catch is that you are also being
asked to take on more of a leader-
ship role or position, & that means
giving even more effort to others
who might need your help & assis-
tance. Chart energy like this often
indicates new love & romance
activities too... Very often new
relationships are formed under
these conditions... Time to Shine!!!

SCORPIO
Oct 23rd thru Nov 21st
Your chart energy is asking you to
stop what you're doing & consider
what effects your words & actions
will have upon your long term
future. This energy may require
you to rise above sentimental feel-
ings of the past & embrace more of
the current reality of the moment.
Consider closely what others are
saying but be sure to check & ver-
ify the "facts" or "truth". Old
cycles fade away as new life pat-
terns & directions are created.

SAGITTARIUS
Nov 22nd thru Dec 21st
Your chart energy is encouraging
you to lighten up & stop taking
yourself & the things you do too
seriously. Perhaps that is because
the key to your inner vitality &
spark is your ability'to interact with
& inspire others to learn more & to
expenence even more of what life
has to offer. Obviously at some
point you'll be required to commu-
nicate back to others the higher les-
sons learned along your path. Keep
the mood light.

CAPRICORN
J Dec 22nd thru Jan 19th
Your chart focus is being directed
at your personal finances... This is
when you need to make absolute,
sure that you are being fairly com-
pensated for your efforts &
actions... If not then it's time to
move on towards greener pastures
or projects. The best part of this
transit is that it causes your person-
ality to shine in the area of com-
munication.... You know what to
say & when to say it... Growth is
needed!!


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Jan 20th thru Feb 18th
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It is very important to your long
term future that you maintain the
confidence needed to be as original
as possible. Peer pressure is not an
obtion... Neither is blindly follow-
ing the crowd & repeating the
same words & phrases... The more
original you are, the more others
are radically attracted to you... The
universe needs your talents, abili-
ties & the qualities of your sign to
shine as brightly as possible & to
help show others the way.

S1 PISCES
S' Feb 19th thru March 20th
You currently have the "gift"...
(even more than usual).... That
means you'll be able to pick up the
feelings & vibes of just about any-
one... (even more for those that are
thinking of you)... This makes it
super important to consider care-
fully what your actions might be...
Making sure you are not being
overly influenced by the "vibes"
you are pickin' up from others. The
idea is to only accept the highest
energy patterns.


From Actual Police Reports

Did You Hear About?...





PIZZA DELIVERY MAN
GETS ROBBED-In broad cay-
light, a pizza delivery man was
lured into a vacant home where he
was attacked and robbed. The deliv-
ery man, Matthew, was not serious-
ly injured as he chased the robbers
who police say lured him into a
vacant home located on Plum
Street, near 1-10 and McDuff.
Police say the back door of the
vacant house in Murray Hill had
been kicked in with the robbers
waiting for the pizza to be deliv-
ered. McLeod told police he was hit
by something wooden with the rob- .,.-
bers, asking him, "Do you want to die over this?" A next door neighbor, who did not
want to be identified, called 911 when she saw the delivery man chase the robbers
on foot. The robbers got away with three pizzas and a cell phone, but no cash.
Amazingly, we have a victim and a witness, but no description of the suspects.Case
still open. ARMED ROBBER HITS
BEACH BUSINESSES- An armed
robber wearing a hooded sweatshirt and
with a bandana concealing his face has hit
two businesses at closing time. Saturday
night as Hall was closing up for the week at
the Jacksonville Beach Board Shop a man
walked in, but he was not interested in surf
gear. Hall told police the man demanded
cash and wanted to know if the business
had a safe. "That's the first time ever had a
gun stuck in my face," said Hall who has
been in business on 3rd Street for two
years. A week earlier around the corner,
Rapunzel's Salon experienced the same thing at closing time. Owner Sherry says a
stylist had just walked a customer to the door and forgot to lock it. Moments later
she said an armed man appeared demanding cash. "He was armed, he was hooded
and covered with a bandana," said Sherry. Jacksonville Beach Police say patrols
have been increased since the robberies., Sherry says her business is changing the
way it does business since the robbery. She says the $30 robbery now has her invest-
ing thousands of dollars to shore up security with lights and cameras.


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Division, 3rd floor, City Hall until the time and dates recorded below
and immediately thereafter publicly opened and recorded in the
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JOHN PEYTON, MAYOR
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE


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The second half against, the unbeaten Titans was not one of the Jaguars' best.
Jacksonville headed to halftime of Sunday's game with a 14-3 lead, before losing 24-14.
"We wanted to be able to put our stamp on this game," Jaguars head coach Jack Del
Rio said. "(The Titans) were the more physical team in the second half. You could cer-
tainly feel it change. They took the game when they needed to in the second half."
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew had 66 yards and two TDs on 17 carries. Jones-
Drew, has 11 rushing scores this season.
Safety Reggie Nelson notched his first interception of the season on Sunday. He set
a team rookie record with five picks last season.
The Jaguars found themselves trailing 17-14 in the fourth quarter. The offense went
three-and-out four times in the final period against Tennessee's top-rated defense. Titans
quarterback Kerry Collins threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to Justin Gage with four min-
utes left in the game. Gage had 147 yards and two touchdowns on just four receptions.
Brandon Jones also caught a TD pass from Collins.
"We wanted to knock Jacksonville out of contention and out of the playoffs, and we
did that," said after the win that Titans defensive .tackle Albert Haynesworth pushed
Tennessee to an NFL-best 10-0 this season.
JAGUARS NOTEBOOK: Since 2006 the team is 16-4 (.800) when gaining 150-
plus rush yards..QB David Garrard has completed 145 of 233 passes (62.2 pct.) for 1,597
yards with 7 TDs vs. 2 interceptions and 88.9 passer rating. For career, Garrard is 7-0 as
starter vs. NFC and in past 3 games against NFC has completed 55 of 86 passes (64.0
pct.) for 740 yards with 5 TDs vs. 0 interceptions and 110.6 passer rating.. .Since 2000,
RB Fred Taylor leads NFL with 13 100-yard rush games against inter conference oppo-
nents. Taylor averages 84.7 rush yards per game in Nov. (2,966 total in 35 games). Team


LOCAL WNBA PLAYER SIGNS
WITH NATANYA IN ISRAEL


is 15-5 (.750) when Taylor has 25-plus carries. In two career meetings against Minnesota
(w/Raiders), WR Jerry Porter averages 19.6 yards per catch (7 rec., 137 yards). WR Matt
Jones has 5 or more rec. in 8 of 9 games in '08...CB Rashean Mathis has 2 interceptions-
TDs in '08...CB Brian Williams spent four seasons with Vikings (2002-05).
INJURIES: Defensive tackle John Henderson missed his second straight game with
a knee injury and is questionable. Wide receiver Matt Jones (thigh) also missed Sunday's
game and is questionable for this Sunday's game. Jones leads the team in catches (50)
and receiving yards (586) this season..
THIS WEEK'S OPPONENT: The Jaguars welcome Minnesota to Jacksonville
Municipal Stadium this weekend. The Vikings fell to 5-5 after last Sunday's loss to
Tampa Bay. Minnesota leads the all- time series with the Jaguars, 2-1, and posted a 27-
16 victory in the most recent meeting between the teams on Nov. 28, 2004 at the
Metrodome.


Tigers Fall To Buccaneers 48.6


By Mike Bonts, Sports
Editor
CHARLESTON S.C. -
Charleston Southern QB
Tribble Reese threw four
touchdown passes and
rushed for another to lead
the Buccaneers to a 48-6
victory over Edward
Waters last Saturday.
Edward Waters scored
with 3:44 left in the first
quarter on Trentt Stewart's
eight-yard run.
Tigers QB Kamau
Leitner was 15 of 29 for
133 yards and two inter-
ceptions. Stewart rushed
for 70 yards to lead
Edward Waters.
Maurice Young led
EWC in receiving with


four catches for 51 yards.
Antonio Bellamy caught
five passes for 45 yards:
Reese, who was 10 of
14 for 163 yards, threw
three of his scoring passes
and scored on a 10-yard
run in the opening half as
the hosts took a 35-6 half-
time lead.
Reese threw to a 30-
yard TD pass to Gerald
Stevenson to open the
scoring. He followed that
with a five-yard pass to
Clayton Coffman and a 46-
yard touchdown pass to
Markus Murry. Murry fin-
ished with five receptions
for 100 yards.
"We were really
focused all week, but not


so much about being sen-
iors, but it was more about
finishing the season well,"
said Murry. "We didn't fin-
ish well last year and we
want to turn that around
this season. It's not about
seniors or juniors or what-
ever. It's about us as a team
finishing off strong and
getting those seven wins."
Reese connected with
Kwame Kraku on a seven-
yard touchdown pass for a
42-6 lead with 13:39
remaining' in the third
quarter.
The Tigers had 236 of
total offense compared to
363 for the Buccaneers.
EWC finished the season
3-8.


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Jacksonville's Erica White finished a successful career at LSU with 519 assists, 3rd on the
Tigers' all-time assists list. She advanced to the NCAA Tournament Final Four in every
one of her four seasons at LSU. (Florida Star photo courtesy of Steve Franz/LSU Sports.
Information)


By Mike Bonts,
Sports Editor


Erica White's road to
the WNBA went through
Ribault and LSU. This
off-season she is playing
abroad in the Israel.
Natanya recently
released Navonda Moore
and signed White, a 5'3"
true point guard out who
plays for the Houston.
White is the first
Jacksonville native to be
drafted into the WNBA.
In her first game


against Maclar.Holon last
Monday she played 24
minutes, scored nine
points while going 5 for 5
at the line.
In 2008 she averaged
3.6 points per game and
1.40 rebounds. White was
the 17th overall pick in
the last WNBA draft..She
played in all 34 games last
season and averaged 3.6
points and 1.4 assists in
12.5 minutes per game.
She finished a suc-
cessful career at LSU with
519 assists, 3rd on the
Tigers' all-time assists list.
She advanced to the
NCAA Tournament Final
Four in every one of her
-four seasons at LSU, and
it ended in a painful semi-
finals loss each time.
As a senior, White


averaged 7.9 points, 4.5
assists and 1.9 steals in
28.5 minutes per game
and was named All-SEC
2nd Team.
At LSU, she was All-
Louisiana Third Team by
Louisiana Sports Writers
Association, SEC All-
Academic Team and SEC
All-Tournament Team in
2007. White was a mem-
ber of the USA Basketball
Under-20 gold medal
team at the 2006 FIBA
Americas Championship.
In 2005 she was selected
to the SEC All-Academic
Freshman Team.
At Ribault, White was
a McDonald's All-
American who helped the
Lady Trojans win three
consecutive state champi-
ons.


Jacksonville University's No. 45 Marcus Allen watches as No. lOAyron Hardy shoots from the line
in the Dolphins' season opener. (Photo by Nancy Beecher)


By Mike Bonts
Sports Editor

Jacksonville University
dropped a heartbreaker to
Florida State in their sea-
son home opener
Saturday, 59-57, rallying
from a 17-point deficit in
the final four minutes. The
highlight against the
Seminoles saw JU rally in
the final 3:47, turning a
17-point deficit to just
two. The Dolphins hit two
of their five 3- pointers
during the run.
JU hit just 8-of-33 from
the floor, including 1-of-


16 from behind the arc.
"We know we've got to
play the entire game the
same way we played the
final four minutes," said
point guard Ben Smith.
Two nights later JU (0-2)
rallied from a 12-point
halftime deficit, cutting
the lead to four late in the
game, but came up short
as No. 22 Georgetown
escaped with a 71-62 win
at the Verizon Center.
Smith scored a game-high
17 points, with 15 coming
in the second half, leading
the JU comeback.
"We played hard tonight


and I really liked our
effort tonight," said JU
head coach Cliff Warren.
"There are a lot of posi-
tives for us to take out of
this game, but you have to
give Georgetown credit.
They did the little things it
takes to win games like
this."
The Dolphins return home
to face Patriot League
champion American on
Saturday night. Tipoff is
set for 7 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena.


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