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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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Three Arrested, 55 Pounds of


Marijuana Delivered and Seized
It was considered a
massive, cross country
drug trafficking network
but not too massive for
Jacksonville.
According to records,
JSO confiscated from
the homes and bars of
Alex Campbell, 21 Frederick Campbell, 20 Temario Wiley, 23 the suspects, 55 pounds
of marijuana and over
$500,000 in cash. They also received handguns, shotguns and high powered assault
rifles. The men, Alex Campbell, 21, Frederick Campbell, 20 and Temario Wiley, 23,
have been under surveillance for some time. Sheriff Rutherford said that under his
program, 'Operation Safe Streets' he will clean up the city.

Officer Who Shot California Man

Arrested and Charged with Murder
It happened on New Year's Day in Oakland,
California at at rail station. Many cell phone
cameras recorded the incident that showed
Oscar Grant, 22, lying on his stomach with his
Oscat Grant, hands behind his back, begging that he not be
22 shot
hurt. But he was not only injured, he was shot
and later died.
The city experienced a lot of protest and Mehserle was
Officer Johannes released from duty.
Mehserle, 27, former The 27 year-old, Johannes Mehserle has not been charged
transit agency officer.
with murder and was arrested and returned to Oakland.
On Thursday, he pleaded 'not guilty.' His next hearing is January 26, 2009.

Man Shot at and Shot By Jacksonville
Officers, is Suspect in Woman's Death


He Had the Dream

We Made it Come True
It was exactly forty-five years from
the date that Dr. Martin Luther King,
Jr. made his "I have a Dream" speech
in Washington, D. C. and Barack
Obama made his Democratic nomina-
tion acceptance speech. We will
never know if Dr. King could see the
day that a Black man could become
President of the United States but we
do know that his speech made us
understand that dreams can come
true.
On Tuesday, January 20, 2009, Mr.
Obama will be sworn in as the 44th
President of the United States, the day
after the country will honor Dr.
King's 80th birthday.
Mr. Obama and his family have
planned to serve the community on
Dr. King's holiday and called on Americans to celebrate the inauguration and Dr.
King by getting involved in a community service project. The King family calls the
holiday, 'a day on, not a day off.'
Mr. Obama was elected President because we joined hands in prayer and work as
Americans. We still have a lot of work to do but we must continue to make dreams
come true. We can do it. This is America!

m "o-00.


Justin McMilian, 24 was under surveillance
by U.S. Marshals when he and friends left
home Wednesday. McMillian began to shot at
the officers and the officers reacted, shooting
McMillian, according to records, several times.
He is presently in critical condition but is now
facing charges of attempted murder because of
the officers but added to those charges, it has
been learned that he is a suspect in the murder
of his former girlfriend. Danielle Stubbs, 26,
who was killed last Sunday.


Burris Gets Sworn in as U. S. Senator
IM- When Roland Burris
showed up at the Senate last
week to replace Barack
Obama as Senator of
Illinois, he was refused.
That has changed and this
week, he was sworn in as the
4th Black U. S. Senator
since Reconstruction.


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mer congresswoman from
Florida. Meek took his moth-
er's seat when she retired.
U. S. Congressman,
Kendrick Meek, 42,
announced that he will
seek the seat being vacat-
ed by Sen. Mel Martinez,
a Republican who has
decided to retire after this
term. He is the first
major candidate advising
he will be in the 2010
race.


News Briefs
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. services and programs are being held all over the city through January 19, 2009. On Sunday, January 18 at
5:00 p.m., Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church located at 2036 Silver Street will bring the community together to celebrate the message
of peace and hope. The program will also acknowledge that we as a people, nation, state and city are one and our successes or failures as a
community affects all of us. Join Pastor R. L. Gundy at Mt. Sinai, 2036 Silver Street, Jacksonville. The MLK Parade is Monday at 10
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Bin Laden Releases A New Speech
A speech was released Wednesday, according to sources, was from al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. The speech was called;
"A Call for Jihad to Stop the Aggression Against Gaza." He called on Muslims to rise in support of Gazans.


Cell Phones. Go Public Next Month Cell phone numbers will be available to telemarketing companies. Calls made to your phone from
them will be charged to you. To prevent having to pay for such calls, contact DO NOT CALL (888) 381-1222. You must call from your
cell phone in order to have your number blocked from unwanted calls.

Foreclosure Up 81 Percent in 2008.' More than 2.3 million American homeowners faced foreclosure last year. The four states with the
highest foreclosures last year were Nevada, Florida, Arizona and California.


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Justin McMillian, 24, found slain
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Faith In Our Communityk
< Schedule of Events-and Services

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FIRST EVER -
Celebration of MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. and
BARACK OBAMA DAY OF FAITH FOR ALL,
Sunday, January 18, at 5 6 p.m. at the MOUNT SINAI
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH located at 2036
Silver St., in Jacksonville, with Rev. R.L. Gundy, Pastor.
This celebration is to bring our community together to
deliver the message of Peace and Hope...to acknowledge
that we as a people, Nation, State and City are pne and our
successes or failures as a community affects all of us. (1).
A call to prayer; (2). A call for peace in our community;
(3). A call for cooperation; (4). A call for prosperity for
our city; (5). A call for leadership with wisdom.
TRUE HOUSE DELIVERANCE TEMPLE with
Apostle Earl S. Thomas is sponsoring a day A Day of
Prayer and Worship for the USA and the upcoming
Presidential Inaugeration on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.
Several area churches will be opened for noon day prayer
and 7:30 p.m. prayer. A prayer vigil for the community
will be held at 6:00 p.m. in Hemmings Plaza. All attend-
ing are requested to bring a candle. For additional infor-
mation or churches location, please call 904-766-1666.
CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER WORKSHOP -
Saturday, January 31, 2009 from 8:30 a.m. 2 p.m. at the
Mary L. Singleton Center located at 150 E. First St.,
Jacksonville. Keynote speaker will be Carol O'Dell,
author of "Mothering Mother," a daughter's memoir about
caring for her aging mother. Registration: The workshop
is free and open to the public but reservations are
required. Home care is also available for loved ones. Call
Nikki Tubig at 904.807.1225 by Monday, January 19,
2009.
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. PRAYER
BREAKFAST -The fifth annual Southern Maryland
Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast will be held on
Monday, Jan. 19. As a start to the 375th anniversary year
of the founding of Historic St. Mary's City, the breakfast
will highlight the life of America's first black legislator.
Breakfast service begins at 7:00 a.m. at St. Mary's
College of Maryland (SMCM), with the program sched-
uled from 8:30-10:30 a.m. The service will feature guest
speakers Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.), SMCM Professor
Garrey Dennie, and Dr. Janice Talbert Walthour. The
breakfast is in the college's Great Room, located on the
second floor of the Campus Center. Admission is $7 and
includes a full breakfast. The event is sponsored by
SMCM and the St. Mary's County Human Relations
Commission. For more information, contact Judy Carr at
(240) 895-4191.
UNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH invites you to
"Unity's Release Party" on January 25, 2009 at 6pm locat-
ed at Jefferson Davis Middle School, 7050 Melvin Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32210. Visit us at www.uf-church.org.
SUPPORT OUR TROOPS by Participating in A Day of
Service for Our Military -The King Day of Service is a
way to transform Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and
teachings into community service that helps address
social problems. On this day, Americans of every age and
background celebrate Dr. King through service projects
that strengthen communities, empower individuals and
break down barriers. On Monday, January 19, 2009, to
commemorate the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
and to honor his memory, you are invited to join Mayor
Adrian M. Fenty and Serve DC, the Mayor's Office dn
Volunteerism, in partnership with Operation Gratitude and
Target, and thousands of volunteers from across the coun-
try in assembling care packages for our Military. "A Day
ofService for Our Military" will provide the opportunity
for you to show your support to those who serve our coun-
try. Sign up now to volunteer for a shift, lasting applroxi-
mately one hour, to assemble care packages. Care package
assembly will take place inside a heated tent on the field
of the historic Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in
Washington, DC. Monday, January 19, 2009,from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium
Stadium/Armory Metro Station-Orange and Blue Lines.
Please sign up at
http://www.usaservice.org/page/s/operationservice


NEW YEAR REVIVAL AT HISTORIC MT.
ZION AME CHURCH -The dynamic Rev. Michael
Edwards of Tabernacle Baptist
slated as evangelist to bring a
holy ghost time. Revive, renew
and reconnect through praise,
worship and song at the New
Year Revival, Thursday, and
Friday nights, January 22 23,
2009 at Historic Mount Zion,
AME Church, as the anointed
Reverend Michael C. Edwards,
senior pastor of Tabernacle
BaptistInstitutional Church, brings souls to Christ as the
revival evangelist. Worship service will begin nightly at 7:00
m. The church is located downtown at 201E. Beaver Street,
on the comer of Newnan and Beaver streets, and has an ele-
vator for easy access; Reverend F.D. Rihardson Jr. is the pas-
tor. The public is invited to come out andbe revived in the Lord.
Reverend Edwards, a Jacksonville native, is a graduate of
Florida State University and has a Master's of Divinity
Degree from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology
at Virginia Union University in Richmond, VA. In addition to
his pastoral duties at Tabernacle Baptist, Edwards serves
Executive Secretary for the Florida General Baptist,

He is the author of two soon-to-be released books, "A
Single Revelation," a Christian book for singles and the
other directed for singles' ministries entitled "Single By
Choice or By Force." A proud family man, Reverend
Edwards and his wife Faydra are the parents of four
wonderful children.
For additional information and transportation, please
call the church office at (904) 355-9475.





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Aneshia Z. Davis
"NeNe"


In Loving Memory
~*~
Sept. 27, 1978 Jan. 15, 1999
We will always dream, patiently
waiting for dreams to come true.
Looking to the future. "NeNe," our
lives are not the same without you.
You will always be in our hearts.
Love; Mom, Dad, Sister, Brother,
Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles,
Cousins, and other Relatives.


DEATH NOTICES


ADAMS, Geneva, died
January 10, 2009.
BOGER, -Abie died
January 13, 2009.
BURNS, Jerry died
January 7, 2009. Alphonso
West Mortuary, Inc.
BUSCHINI, Joseph F.,
85, died January 9, 2009.
DAVIS, Ramona C., died
January 8, 2009.
FLUITT, Clarence died
January 11, 2009.
GIBBS, Eugene, Jr., died


WESTON'S MORTUARY
"EXCELLENCE IN SERVICE AND PERSONAL CARE IS ABSOLUTE"


HAL E. WESTON, L.F.D.
Pre-need Counselor

I2AVA FL*32209


January 3, 2009.
HALL, Deborah died
January 12, 2009.
HARDWICK, Wesley
died January 12, 2009.
HAYDEN, Ronald E.,
died January 8, 2009.
JONES, James (Too Tall)
51, died January 6, 2009.
KEMP, Albert, died
January 12, 2009.
LICKLITER, James,
Sr., died January 8, 2009.
LOCKLEY, Willie died
January 8, 2009.
MARELL, Beatrice died
January 11, 2009.
PERKINS, Helen, 87,
died Jafiuary 11, 2009.
PHILLIPS, Kevin M.,
died January 11, 2009.
PUGH, Leola, 81, died
January 6, 2009.
ROBINSON, Willie J.,
died January 12, 2009.
REESE, Mrs. Irene, 94,
died January 7, 2009.
SAUNDERS, Mary died
January 6, 2009.
SIMMONS, Charlen N.,
III, died January 9, 2009.
SPAULDING, Dezelious
died January 11, 2009.
WALKER, Mrs. Alberta
S., died January 8, 2009;
Alphonso West Mortuary, Inc.
WALLACE, Neptune
died January 13, 2009.
WILLIAMS, David A.,
died January 7, 2009.
WISHOP, Barbara, died
January 6, 2009.


K 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
Intercessory Prayer....................10:45 a.m.
Morning Worship ......................11:00 a.m.
Youth Church
2nd & 3rd Sundayg (Old Sanctuary)
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 7:00 p.m.
Pastor, Eric Lee
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 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 orning W orship................................................................................. 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"
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Matthew W. Gilbert's 11th
Grand Reunion

This year's Matthew W. Gilbert Grand Reunion was again an out-
standingly fabulous affair. Held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, the Grand
Reunion is more like a family reunion than a school reunion. This was
the 11th Annual Event. Chairpersons Curtis Roberts and Mrs. Patricia
Butler Dobson did a tremendous job! The OLE GILBERT SPIRIT was
resounding!!
Presiding at the 11 th Grand Reunion was The Honorable Larry B.
Seabrook. The Honorable Seabrook, along with being the brother o
Duval County School Board immediate pqst chairperson Mrs. Betty
Seabrook Burney, was the 1st black to represent the Bronx 82nd
District, and is the only black to have served in three areas of government
as New York State Assemblyman, New York State Senate and currently
New York City Councilman. Councilman Seabrook organized the recent
Jacket/Ring and Recognition Luncheon, honoring the accomplishments
of the 1958 Matthew W. Gilbert Statewide Championship Football Team
and Coaches.
Each year, the first weekend of the New Year, the Matthew W. Gilbert
Grand Reunion brings together its principals, teachers, staff, and students
who were there from 1952-1970. It is a marvelous event.,The, members
of the class of 1959, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of their highschool
graduation, eachwore corded tassels in their school's colors.
The 2009 Legend Honorees were: Mesdames Deborah Mosley
Norman and Eddie Lois Farmer Pugh. The 2009 Humanitarian Award
Honorees were Mrs. Almetya Johnson Lodi and Coach Nathaniel
Washington!
We await thel2th Grand Reunion that begins on the first Saturday
January 2010. We will see you then!

The Matth Gilbert School
Alma' Mater
The Matthew W. GilbertAlma'Mater'is sung each.year at the Grand
Reunion with mi6ch fervor Iand spirit. Little did I know that the co-
authors of the song are, King David Tolen and the late Mrs. Helen
Stoddard. The song was written in 1950 and has been registetedwith the
Library of Congress since January 13, 2005. Tolen states that the late
Mrs. Stoddard was not only his music teacher but was like a mother to
him. She was a great inspiration, states Tolen.,
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By Rych McCain

The nominees for
the 40th NAACP
Image Awards were
recently announced
during a press confer-
ence at .the Beverly
Hilton Hotel.
Celebrities Corbin
Bleu, Audra
McDonald, KeKe
Palmer,. Nate Parker
and Regina Taylor
joined NAACP Image
Awards Committee
Chair, Clayola Brown
and Vicangelo
Bulluck, Executive
Producer of the tele-
cast, to announce the
categories and nomi-
nees. The ceremonies
will air live on
Thursday, February
12, 2009 at 8: PM -
10: PM ET/PT tape-
delayed on FOX.
(Check your local list-
ings).
Academy
Award winner Halle
jerry and acclaimed
!screenwriter/actor
1yler Perry, both
recipients of an
.AACP Image Award,
will host the show.
from the famed Shrine
tAuditorium which will
coincide with the
NAACP's 100th
Anniversary kicking
off a year long centen-
,nial celebration.
The ABC-TV


F un raising Gal a!


CPIRF.
Aisen,


Mindy
CPIRF


CEO/Director, gave
a talk and Power
Heroes Ambassador
Family Charles,
Debra and seven-


year-old


Payton


White were intro-


duced.
The
Heroes


Network leads with a
total of 24 nomina-
tions, followed by CBS
with 14, The CW and
NBC both with 10,
HBO has 9 and Fox
bringing up the rear
with 7. "Tyler Perry's
House of Payne," leads
the television show
with 6 nominations
followed by "Ugly
Betty" with 5 and
"Everybody Hates
Chris," "The Game"
and "Grey's Anatomy"
each with 4. Columbia
Records leads the
recording category
with 8 nominations,
including 5 for
Beyonce'. J Records
and Arista both fol-
lowed with 6 while
Def Jam has 4. In the
motion picture catego-
ry, Fox Searchlight
received 11 nomina-
tions; Sony Music
Films/Parkwood
Pictures follows with
7, while Columbia
Pictures, Lionsgate
and Sony Pictures
Classics each have 3.
You can see all of the
nominees on line at
naacpimageawards.net.


actor John Amos;


By Rych McCain

The Cerebral
Palsy International
R e s e a r c h
Fo u n d a t i o n
(CPIRF) recently
hosted The "Power
H e r o e s
Fundraising Gala at
the famed Four
Seasons Hotel in
Beverly Hills.
Multi-instrumen-
talist virtuoso,
Ellis Hall enter-
tained while
KNBC's Beverly
White emceed the
reception to honor
role models from
the Hollywood
community who are
committed to edu-
cating, mentoring
and empowering
those in need in the
Black Afrikan com-
munity.
Loreen Arbus,
Honorary chair and
daughter of ABC
Networks creator
Leonard Goldenson
gave a heart felt
presentation with
examples of why
her parents started


Angela


Bassett and her


husband
Courtney


actor
B. Vance;


Emmy and
Oscar winning
actor Lou Gossett Corbin Bleu &KeKePalmerhelpedannounce theNAAC
Image Award Nominees (photo: Photo by Hiltron Bailey)
Jr.; Paula Madison,
Exec VP and Chief
Diversity Officer
of NBC Universal,
Areva Martin, Esq.,
managing partner
Martin & Martin
LLP, president and
co-founder of The


Special


Needs


Network, Inc., and
Valerie Ervin.


CPIRF Gala: John Amos, Angela Bassett, Courtney B. Vance,
Areva Martin, Paula Madison, Lou Gosset, Jr. (not pictured
was honoree Valerie Ervin) (photo: The K101 Agency)


fhy Rych McCain
eedbackrych@sbcglobal.net

SB-Day Celebration
Star comedienne
uenell (Borat, Katt
Williams American
Hustle), threw a
kickin' 13th birthday
arty for her newly
teen daughter Da 'Nelle
n Los Angeles. Happy
irthday Da'Nelle!
Music
Blues master and
'current Grammy nomi-
nee John Lee Hooker,
Jr., has a new video
ut titled "The People
Want A Change." It is
tributee to President-
Elect Barack Obama.
TV
Power couple Doug
and Jackie Christie
has launched a new
internet television net-
work, "Christie TV" It
will feature positive
family programming
such as major and Indy
artist reviews, tutorials
and how-to's; producer
and music executive
tips, documentaries,
movies, reality TV,
sportscasts and much
more. Check them out
at www.christietvon-
line.com .
MTV Cribs
Celebrity Teen Edition


will take viewers
inside the homes of
Ryan Sheckler, KeKe
Palmer and Josh
Hutcherson on
Saturday, January 17,
2009, 12 noon ET/PT
(check your local list-
ings). KeKe Palmer
will also appear in the
January 19, 2009 issue
of People Magazine.
Movies
Not Easily Broken;
Sony Pictures; starring
Morris Chestnut,
Taraji P. Henson,
Niecy Nash, Kevin
Hart, Jennifer Lewis,
Bryon Sawyer, Kwame
Boateng and Maeve
Ojinlan. Directed by
Bill Duke. Screenplay
by Brian Bird based on
the novel written by
Rev. TD. Jakes of the
same title. Produced by
T.D. Jakes, Bill Duke,
Aaron Norris and
Morris Chestnut.
Here we go with
another black "church"
movie complete with
the preacher, the choir
and the church scenes.
We already know the
stereo typical scenarios
that are going to hap-
pen i.e., husband
(Chestnut) falls out
with wife (Henson).
Her loud mouth, head


shaking, finger point-
ing, hand-on-her-hip
buddy (Nash), puts her
two cents in, while his
weekend, pick-up bas-
ketball playing, drink-
ing buddies (Hart,
Sawyer) both have
their advice and
instructions for him to
adhere and follow.
Then you have the
loud, unreasonable,
obnoxious mother-in-
law (Lewis) move in
and take over.
Something tragic hap-
pens and the husband
and wife get religious
again, the preacher
hoops and holla for-
giveness, the choir
sings, people snot, cry,
shout and the hubby
and wifey snot, cry,
hug and beg each oth-
ers forgiveness and
they get back together
with everybody rejoic-
ing and praising. The
Halleluiah church
bunch will get off on
this movie. Non-
church folks might be
bored with it.
The Unborn; Rogue
Pictures; Starring
Odette Yustman,
Meagan Good, Gary
Oldman, Cam
Gigandet, Idris Elba
and Jane Alexander.


Written and Directed
by David S. Goyer.
Produced by Michael
Bay, Andrew Form and
Brad Fuller.
It seems like horror
films these days all
must have pretty,
model looking victims.
Not only is Casey
(Yustman) sexy and
going through a haunt-
ing from a demon but


her best friend Romy
(Good) is sexy and fine
as well. The film starts
slow with a bunch of
mystery with unex-
plainable happenings.
Then a Rabbi enters
the picture and we end
up with an exorcism.
The film has moments
that may seem funny to
some and other
moments that might


actually be scary. For

horror fans, it should
be an OK flick.
Hit me up at
feedbackrych@sbc-
global.net
So da aiki
(Love and work)
Rych


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22nd AnnualMartin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast


Mike Hightower Dr. Mae Jemison Dr. Richard Danford President
of The Jacksonville Urban League.


Wally Lee and Willye Dennis over 20 years ago.


Rosalyn Phillips Chief Community Officer City of Jacksonville, Ebenezer Gujjarlapudi Director Environmental
and Compliance, Jacqueline O. Brown City of Jacksonville, Dr. Richard Danford President of The Jacksonville
Urban League, Donna P Mack Executive Assistant Office of Mayor, and Ben Pennymon City of Jacksonville.


Norma White with Alpha Kappa Alpha who make a spe-
'cial presentation.


Ur. Mlae u. Jemison, rFrst Ajr can American woman to go
into space. She was also a Science Mission Specialist, a
NASA first, on the STS-47 Space lab J Flight, a U.S. and
Japan joint mission.
On January 9, 2009, the 22nd Annual Martin Luther
King, Jr. Breakfast celebration was held at the Prime
Osborne here in Jacksonville. Four of five founding
members attended the celebration; Bill Bond, Richard
Danford, Willye Dennis, and Ronnie Ferguson. Luke
Sadler was not present.
Each year, several organizations select students of
their choice to be recognized.as leaders of tomorrow. The
students recognized are only a handful of the outstanding
young citizens in our community who will shape the
future of our city and country.
This year the keynote speaker was Dr. Mae C.
Jemison, first African American Woman astronaut. She
conducted experiments in life sciences, material sciences
and was co-investigator in the Bone Cell Research exper-
iment. Dr. Jemison has a wide range of experience in
technology, engineering and medical research. She left
NASA in 1993 and has since founded The Jemison
Group, Inc.
Mayor John Peyton gave the comments and one of the
founding members Willye Dennis gave the closing
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SUMMER IN SANCTUARY Moca Jacksonville presents the one-act play
January 29, 30, and 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the MOCA Theatre, located at 333 North
Laura St., in Jacksonville. Told through monologue, song, poetry, and multimedia,
poet/playwright Al Letson chronicles his journey working at a summer camp at
the Sanctuary on 8th Street. Tickets are $12 for members ($15 for non-members).
Cafe' Nola Dinner & Theatre package: $40 members, ($45 non-members). For
tickets, call 366-6911 ext. 208.
ACS Scholars Program accepting applications for minority students studying
chemistry African-American, Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian students
who are high school seniors, or college freshmen, sophomores or juniors are
among those who can now apply for a scholarship from the American Chemical
Society Scholars Program. Applications will be accepted through March 1, 2009,
for the 2009-2010 schoolyear. Students must plan to major in or already be major-
ing in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering or a chemically-related sci-
ence, and they must plan to pursue a career in the chemical sciences. Scholarships
range from $I',000 to $5,000, depending on college level and economic need.For
additional details and an online application form, click on American Chemical
Society Scholars Program or call 1-800-227-5558, extension 6250, or e-mail to
scholars@acs.org.
Unity Fellowship Church invites you to "Unity's Release Party" on January 25,
2009 at 6pm located at Jefferson Davis Middle School, 7050 Melvin Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32210. Visit us at www.uf-church.org.
It's Time to Roll Out The Red Carpet! for The Onyx Awards -We are excited
to enter into our seventh year, this Black Tie awards ceremony continues to serve
as the premier televised awards show recognizing the contributions and accom-
plishments of Blacks and corporations that celebrate inclusion and diversity in the
workplace. This year as America celebrates the accomplishments of Barack
Obama, our country's first African American president, Florida has the distinct
honor of recognizing outstanding. individuals who have made valuable contribu-
tions in the categories of education, business, performing arts and sports-to name
a few. In a historic effort, Blue Cross and Blue Shield takes great pleasure in salut-
ing the Presidents and the legacy of Florida's Historically Black Colleges and
Universities, to include, Bethune-Cookman University, Florida Agricultural
Mechanical University, Florida Memorial and Edward Waters College, the oldest
of Florida's African-American. educational institutions. Kick-Off Reception is
Friday, March 13, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. at The Status Lounge located at
912 West Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL. The Onyx Awards is Saturday, March 14,
2009. General Reception: 5:30 p.m.; VIP Reception: 5:30 p.m.; Gala Dinner:
7:00 p.m.; Awards Show: 8:00 p.m.; Post Reception: 10:00 p.m. to be held at the
Rosen Plaza Hotel, 9700 International Dr., Orlando, FL.
KUMQUAT FESTIVAL RETURNS TO DOWNTOWN DADE CITY The
12th Annual Festival Celebrates Florida's Tiniest Citrus Fruit -This tiny little
fruit is as fun to eat as it is to say. And, at the 12th Annual Kumquat Festival
in Dade City on Saturday, Jan. 31, you can learn how. (Here's a hint: Don't peel
it, eat the whole thing). The self-proclaimed kumquat capital of the world is
located in St. Joseph just outside of Dade City. Since 1998, locals have cele-
brated the kumquat on the last Saturday in January. There will be tons of fun
including the Kumquat Kiddie Corral and more. Most activities are free and
open to the public, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. For more information call the Greater
Dade City Chamber of Commerce at (352) 567-3769 or visit
www.kumquatfestival.org


Black History Parrots ~
At some time during the month of February, almost
every city in every state will have some sort of Black
History Celebration.
At most of those events, enemies of the Black com-
munity posing as our friends, acting like our benefac-
tors and pretending to care about our culture and our heritage will be invited to
speak to ourpeople.
They will cross arms, hold hands and join in the singing of "We Shall
Overcome" and we will leave the celebrations feeling as happy as a sissy in the
local Boys Club!
Now more than ever, we need a Black History message of truth.' 2009 is not
the time for a modern day Amos and Andy, Buckwheat or Sambo to lead us to
progress and success.
For too many years, the "truth" about out history and our future has been
determined by other folk. We don't know where we came from, we don't know
what we've been through and we damn sure don't know where we need to go and
how we need to get there!
History is in fact the best teacher but oftentimes our history is merely what
non-Blacks desire it to' be.
Let me explain. Jews don't let others explain the Holocaust to them. Cubans
don't let others explain the Mariel boat lift to them. Indians don't let others tell
them who Geronimo and Sitting Bull were and what significance they hand to the
Indian Nation.
We seem satisfied to only concern ourselves with past and present Negroes
that are acceptable to our white neighbors. We seem to seek out and to pay for
Black History speakers that have been recognized and certified by the devilish
beast. We seem to enjoy listening to speakers that have more in common with
Uncle Tom and Jezebel than they have in common with Dr. Carter G. Woodson,
the father of Black.History. Black History parrots are what we desire to hear most
and the speakers that can educate, motivate and inspire us are the ones we desire
to hear the least.
I'm not going to hate on the brothers and sister Black History speakers that
sold you out to gain a cushy job or government appointment. I just want you to
put a freedom fighter on stage with them.
It's OK to listen to a watered down, whacked up Black History fantasy or
dream speech but you should make sure that our people can also get a message
that discusses our survival, talks about how we can make money and commem-
orates those in our lives that stood up and spoke out for what was right for us.
Others may not, but I'm not scared to talk about Nat Turner, Denmark Vesey
or Gabriel Prosser. I'm not ashamed of Rap Brown, Angela Davis or George
Jackson. I have no problem saying most Biblical figures were Black.
If you are afraid to invite the people in our neighborhoods that can give us the
messages that we need, at least ask those punk Black History Month speakers
some serious questions about whom they are speaking for, us or their modern day
slave masters! (The galley and cover design for Beast Too: Dead Man Writing
has been approved and the book will be released any day now. Contact Lucius to
pre-order and for other info at www.allworldconsultants.net)


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A Series Of Thefts-Officer was
dispatched to Belk in reference to a
shoplifter being held by loss preven-
tion. Upon arrival, he was met by the
witness/complainant, who advised he
observed the listed suspect Stacy put
on a pair of shorts. The suspect
attempted to exit the store without pay-
ing for the shorts. The suspect was
taken into custody by loss prevention
without incident. The shorts were
recovered on the suspect by loss pre-
vention. She was read her rights and
questioned about the incident. The sus-
pect admitted to stealing the shorts and
stated she didn't have any money to
purchase the shorts. The suspect also
stated she is bi polar. The suspect was not eligible for NTA due to two previous theft
convictions. It should be noted that the officer located a small amount of marijuana
inside of the suspect's key chain canister. The suspect stated the marijuana was not
hers. The suspect was arrested and the marijuana was placed in the property
room.*** Shop lifter was held until met upon by police officer. Complainant saw
Jin in the store in the perfume department. Jin took several items off the shelf and
went to the shoe department wJere he used a razor blade to cut the merchandise
from the packaging and place them in his
shirt. Jin then excited the store without
pay for the merchandise where he was
detained and later arrested.*** Upon
arrival officer met with the complainant.
The complainant informed the officer
that Dillard's video surveillance operator
Sf t (witness) observed the suspect and his
Girlfriend, Kathy, shopping in the
N Dillard's men's department. At one
S point, while on the sales floor, the sus-
i pect tried on a Polo sweater. He then
t at t took off the sweater and draped it over
his arm. The suspect .and his girlfriend
then exited the store without paying for
the item ($85 value). After being notified
of the theft, the complainant, along with
Dillard's security, detained the suspect
outside of the store as he was walking along the sidewalk. The suspect returned the
sweater to the complainant. The suspect admitted that he took the sweater from
Dillard's without paying; however, he claimed that he forgot the sweater was on his
arm. The complainant did not want to pursue criminal charges against the suspect's
girlfriend. Instead, the complainant told Kathy not to return to Dillard's. Kathy was
not at the scene when the Officer arrived. Due to computer problems at the time of
the investigation, the complainant was unable to provide a copy of the store's sur-
veillance video. The complainant stated that the surveillance footage would be
saved and will be available for the State Attorney's Office if needed for prosecution.
The suspect was also issued a trespass warning.


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By Mike Bonts, Sports Editor
In the first major front
office move team owner
Wayne Weaver has promoted
Gene Smith to general manag-
er.
"The changes we are mak-
ing will bring greater clarity in /
responsibilities, with Gene i
Smith having final say in per-
sonnel decisions and Jack Del
Rio having final say in all e
coaching decisions. Gene has The Jaguars enter the off season looking toward April's
been given greater and greater draf as nine players could test the free agent market.
(Fflorida Starphoto by Nancy Beecher)
responsibility with this organi-
zation, and I am confident that in this new role he will be successful in directing our foot-
ball operation,"
Weaver said in a statement released by the team on Monday.
"Gene and Jack have worked closely in the past and will continue to do so to make
this a strong, competitive team year in and year out," Weaver added. "Our goal is to win
a championship and the moves we make are with that clear objective in mind. I'm excit-
ed for our fans because I believe we are ascending as 2009 unfolds."
Smith, 45, is in his 15th year with the Jaguars and had been promoted to vice presi-
dent at the end of the 2008 season.
Terry McDonough was named director, player personnel; Tim Mingey was named
assistant director, college personnel; Andy Dengler was promoted to national scout.
FREE AGENT LIST GROWS: Nine players will become unrestricted free agents
when the free-agent signing period begins Feb. 27. The starters whose contracts are
expiring are safety Gerald Sensabaugh, middle linebacker Mike Peterson, left tackle
Khalif Barnes and center Brad Meester. The other players whose contracts are expiring
iare guard Chris Naeole, defensive back Scott Starks, and defensive back Pierson
Prioleau. Long snapper Joe Zelenka is also on the list.
PLAYERS SIGNED: The Jaguars have re-signed three players to contracts.
Running back Alvin Pearman, offensive tackle Charles Spencer and tight end Charles
Davis all spent time with the Jaguars in 2008. Pearman was originally re-signed on Dec.
11 and played in the season finale at Baltimore, where he recorded a 23-yard touchdown
reception. The 26-year-old Pearman is a four-year veteran who was originally drafted by
the Jaguars in 2005. Spencer was originally signed on Sept. 4 and was on the active ros-
ter for 16 weeks but he did not see any game action. Spencer is a 26-year-old third-year
player from Pittsburgh. Davis spent the majority of the season on the Jaguars practice
squad.
ANOTHER COACH LEAVES: Assistant wide receivers coach Robert Prince was
hired as the Seattle Seahawks' wide receivers coach. He worked with new Seahawks
coach Jim Mora Jr. in Atlanta and San Francisco.


iI have a dream that one day this nation will rise
A* up and live out the true meaning of its creed:
: "We hold these truths to be self-evident:
-. That all men are created equal."

I Have a Dream speech, delivered in Washington, D.C.
-August 28, 1963.

SUNS: Club Introduces New Manager... Announces

Exhibition Game
By Mike Bonts
Sports Editor
The Suns have announced
that Brandon Hyde will make
his Jacksonville debut this year
as manager, joined by hitting ,
coach Theron Todd.
It's the Siins first season as
an affiliate of the National
League's Florida Marlins,
Former major league
pitcher Reid Cornelius will
serve as pitching coach while .
Dustin Luepker joins the club
austihn Luepker joins te The Jacksonville Suns President Peter Bragan, Jr. (left),
as athletic trainer.
s aletc tiners. new field manager Brandon Hyde and club CEO Peter
"I always enjoyed travel- Bragan, Sr.
ing to Jacksonville, with the
energy in the stadium, the environment and the town in general," Hyde said. "I'm really looking
forward to spending the summer and seventy home games there."
The Suns also announced the inaugural Dixie Classic, presented by Dixie Egg Company, a
one-time exhibition between the Double-A Suns and the Triple-A Pacific Coast League's New
Orleans Zephyrs on Thursday, April 2, at 7:05 p.m. at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.
"For years I've tried to come up with a plan for a postseason Dixie Series like the one they
had when I was a kid," Suns President Peter Bragan, Jr. said. "The opportunity to have New
Orleans against Jacksonville is going to be a wonderful start."
Hyde enters his fifth season as a minor league manager, including his second in the Southern
League. He spent 2007 managing the Carolina Mudcats, then the Marlins' Double-A affiliate.
The Santa Rosa, Calif. native, and Palm Beach, Florida resident spent the second half of 2003
and all of 2004 as hitting coach of the Greensboro Grasshoppers (A), before managing the club
in 2005 and 2006. As a manager, Hyde has compiled a 269-284 (.486) career record.
"Brandon is an upper-level manager with a big league future ahead of him," Marlins
Director of Player Development Brian Chattin said of Hyde. "He is a great leader and motivator
and will polish players to get them ready for the Major Leagues."
Todd has been named hitting coach, after serving in the same capacity with the Carolina
Mudcats during 2008. The former outfielder played six years professionally, including 23 games
of action with the Jacksonville Suns in 1992 while a member of the Seattle Mariners organiza-
tion.
The Suns are the Double-AAffiliate of the Florida Marlins and are members of the Southern
League of Professional Baseball Clubs. Season tickets, sponsorships and group events are cur-
rently on sale for the 2009 season by calling the Surs front office at (904) 358-2846.


By Mike Bonts, Sports Editor
Hodges Stadium on the
University of North
Florida campus will host
the second professional
rugby league game in two
years on Saturday. The
World Club Champions
Leeds Rhinos return to
face fellow UK Super
League club Salford City
Reds at 2:30 p.m.
The Jacksonville
Axemen have partnered
with the Jack Del Rio
Foundation and will hold a


Last year the Leed held off a dramatic second-half come-
back for a 26-24 victory over Russell Crowe's South
Sydney in the exhibition at UNE (Florida Star photo by
Nancy Beecher)


raffle during Saturday's event to raise
money for the foundation and Greg
Norman has donated a prize item.
After Greg Normans appearance last
January at the Australia Day Challenge,
the Axemen asked if he would be kind
enough to donate an item that could be
used this coming January to help raise
money for a local charity, and he did. An
autographed wide brimmed hat from his
Greg Norman Collection arrived this
week to be added as one of the major
prizes for the raffle
Event Coordinator Spinner Howland
who is also from Australia was thrilled at
this gift from Norman.
"For a bloke like Greg to donate a
prize for us to use like this is incredible.
He is known globally not only as a golfer
but also for his wines and so many other
successful ventures. He appeals to more
than just the Rugby fan and that will help


us raise more money for Jacks founda-
tion," Howland said.
Raffle tickets will be on sale at the
venue on game day and the prize draw-
ing will take place on the field at half
time. A full list of prizes will be released
soon and will be on display at the venue.
Gates will open in 1pm with live
music, vendor booths and full conces-
sions available all game day transactions
will be cash. Pre-game Challenge and
other pre-game activities will start on the
field at 2 p.m.
Parking is in lot 18 at the Northern
end of the UNF Campus. We suggest
entering from Central Parkway.
Last year the Rhinos held off a dra-
matic second-half comeback for a 26-24
victory over Russell Crowe's South
Sydney in the exhibition. Last January
12,500 fans turned out.
For ticket info visit www.jaxaxe.com


MW en's College Basketball:
Wildcats Bounce Back for 73-56 Victory Over Howard


By Mike Bonts, Sports Editor
John Holmes led Bethune Cookman in scoring Monday with 19 points and totaled
five rebounds in the 73-56 win over Howard University.
"Tonight was a break-through game for John Holmes playing stellar tonight," said
Coach Clifford Reed, Jr. of the senior forward from Salisbury, Maryland. Holmes
paced three Wildcats in double figures scoring 19 points and 5 rebounds in 17 min-
utes ashe continues to spark the 'Cats coming off the bench. "I'm happy with the win
and we need (John) Holmes to play well with his experience up front".
The Wildcats (8-8, 2-1 MEAC) led 38-23 at the intermission over the Bison (1-14,
0-3 MEAC). B-CU shot 50 percent in the opening 20 minutes hitting 15-30 field
goals and C. J. Reed led the scoring with 11 first half points.
In the game, B-CU shot a season-high 50.9 percent hitting 28-55 field goals, 8-16
(50 percent from three point range) and 9-11 free throws in the top shooting game of
2008-2009 for the Wildcats.
C. J. Reed scored 18 points and dished out 7.assists to compliment Holmes' game-
high 19 points. Senior co-captain Kevan Creppy had his best game of the year total-
ing 8 points and a team-high 6 rebounds in 19 minutes off the bench. The Wildcats
registered 38 bench points Monday night with junior guard Alvin Pegues contribut-
ing 4 points, 6 steals, and 2 assists in the win.
TIGERS FALL TO BOBCATS: The St. Thomas University Bobcats (9-6, 1-1 in
the Sun Conference) bounce back with a comfortable 76-44 win on the road in con-
ference play against Edward Waters College Saturday. St. Thomas' Cesar Chavez led
all scorers with 26 points. He also added 13 rebounds to give him his 6th double dou-
ble of the season. Chavez was perfect from the free-throw line, 7-7, and from the 3-
point line 1-1.
The Tigers only scored 26 points at half and was held to 29 percent from the field.
The defense maintained through the second half where the Tigers improved their
shooting to 32 percent but could only manage to score 24 second half points.
EWC hosts Embry-Riddle Saturday at 7 p.m.
RATTLERS OVECOME HAMPTON: Dale Hughes connected on two consec-
utive jolting 3-pointers, and Lamar Twitty added a jumper to beat Hampton 76-75
Monday night.
"I told them we've got take care of our home," said coach Eugene Harris. "Our
guys are never going to give up. Our goal is to get to the top of the MEAC, but we've
got to take one game at a time."
Hughes and Joe Ballard each scored 17 points to lead the Rattlers. Brandon Bryant
added 12, including three from behind the arc on a night when the Rattlers were 27
of 61 for 44.3 percent shooting.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Drum Major
"Yes, if you want to say that I was a drum major.
Say that I was a drum major for justice. Say that I was a drum major for peace.
Say that I was a drum major for righteousness. And all of the other shallow things
will not matter. I won't have any money to leave behind. I won't have the fine and
luxurious things in life to leave behind But Ijust want to leave a committed life
behind. And that's all I want to say. If I can help somebody as I pass along, if I
can cheer somebody with a word or song, if I can show somebody he is traveling
wrong, then my living will not be in vain."

Excerpted from "The Drum Major Instinct", a sermon by Rev. Martin Luther
King, Jr., 1968.


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Awaking the Sleeping Giant
Jacksonville native Shot Out returns with est album to date
by: Brandon Jacobs
E. Toriono Newkirk is the definition of an enigma. Even
as a child he managed to be puzzling to his classmates,
friends, and family. How could a child know from birth

an abundance of heart would be able to know such
things.

Mr. Newkirk, known in the music industry as Shot Out;
R was born in Jacksonville, Florida. As a child, Tori (as
referred to by family and friends) traveled with his stepfa-
ther, Wesley Phillips, Sr., of "The East Coast Horn
S Section"; in 1978; his step father, was hired by The
Jackson Five.

Shot Out has managed to thrive in the Jacksonville
S music scene for ten years without sacrificing his person-
al beliefs or running his well of talent dry after years of
quality music.

"I've made it my business to be conscious of where my
position is in the industry, specifically how my position
relates to the others who play a pivotal role in the growth
SS I of Jacksonville's music scene," said Shot Out. Shot Out's
position is very much a God-father position, having been
mentor to producers, managers, promoters, and artists
alike. With the release of what many consider to be his
greatest work to date, "15/10," Shot Out is on course to finally transcend his current regional notoriety and catapult
himself onto the national stage.

On this album, Shot Out held nothing back, collaborating with all the premier artists Jacksonville has to offer includ-
ing Supa Chino, C.E.O., K-9, Meko McNeil, Swordz, Dirt Diggla and Nephew. But Shot Out did not stop there, he
stepped up his features to a national level by having west coast national recording artist Mr. F.A.B., "Making the Band
4" finalist Brian H, Freeway from Roc-a-fella Records, and dummer L.P. from rock group Yellow Card feature on the
album.

AI realized with this album that I had a responsibility to my fans and to myself to expand my creative base and delve
into collaborations with an array of artists. I really feel like it made me an even better artist.

This expansion of creativity led to singles like "Spotlight" featuring Mistah F.A.B, "You Don't Wanna See Me" Remix
Featuring L.P.and "She Bad" which is receiving notable spins on radio throughout the south east and on the west
P coast.

Over his career, Shot Out has also performed with artists such as, the Notorious B.I.G, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Yung
Joc, Chingy, Too Short, Lil Kim, Foxy Brown, 69 Boyz, Mad Lion, Wu Tang Clan, Poison Clan, Bone Thugs in
Harmony, Goodie Mob, Out Kast, Craig Mack, Juvenile, Cool Breeze, Urban Mystic, Ying Yang Twins, and D-Roc (of
the Ying Yang Twins) and his group the Musicianz and more.

Street Exec's Entertainment solo recording artist K9 Shaban said, "With Shot being my manager and the C.E.O. of
Street Execs Entertainment, it's easy for everyone to clearly see brah's coming from and his impact to date on the
music scene in Jacksonville and throughout the southern region It has been tremendous. I'm certain with the release
of '15/10,' it would be hard believe that this album won't be Shot Out's coming out party" on a national scale.

Shot Out's album "15/10" is available at Big Al's, Boom Boom Room in Gateway Mall, Underground Station in the
Golfair Flea Market, itunes, Digstation.com, and Cdbaby.com.

For more information you can go to www.shotout.net or www.myspace.com/shotoutmrjax.
Call 93.3 the Beat at 904 696-2328 and request Shot Out's single "She Bad" and support our motivating and inspiring young
mogul.


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Dance Powerhouse Alvin Alley American Dance Theater Celebrates
Golden Anniversary
by Andrea K. Ortiz

The house was packed and the curtains
Were drawn, but before we knew it, THE
AIE .Judith Jamison was standing before us, wel-
coming us to the celebration of the 50th
.P Anniversary of this world-renown dance
company. Jamison, who looked not a day
over 35, did not perform, however she did
introduce the companies that were to per-
form renditions of Blues Suite, Ailey 11, and
R dthe critically acclaimed Revelations to name
a few.
As a company that boasts a $50 million
Plus endowment, and the title of cultural
Ambassador, the Alvin Ailey American
Dance Theater has been and will continue
to be a lasting legacy within the African
American dance tradition, as well as within the American dance tradition.
fWhether the dancers wore Ailey's iconic white dresses with matching sun hats, or carried the even
more iconic parasol, the dance pioneers rich and unforgettable spirit was felt. Also of note, is the company's
milestone achievement is a 12-point (read flexible) Alvin Ailey Barbie Doll who wears the companies' signa-
ture white dress to highlight her beautiful mahogany skin. The doll will undoubtedly become a staple in every
young lady's toy closet as well as a collector's item. Aside from setting the standard for dance companies
domestically and abroad, the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater has once again raised the bar and solidified the pres-
ence of people of color in the arts.


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Prep Your Car For Your Next Long Drive

(NAPSA)-To keep your car on the Upgrade your oil-Another way to Clean battery terminals, hinges and
road to safety and savings, heed these reduce engine heat is to upgrade to latches-Batteryterminals should be
hints before your next long trip: high-performance synthetic motor oil. cleaned, tightened and lubricated.
Synthetic motor oils disperse heat Cleanand lubricate hinges and the
Inspect the driveway-if you see oil faster and have a lower coefficient of hood latch. Make sure the battery ter-
where you park, you could have a friction than mineral-based motor oils; minals and hold-downs are tight. If you
problem. Have your car inspected by a this helps reduce engine heat. For see white residue on the battery termi-
professional. instance, high-performance synthetic nals, clean it with a mixture of baking
motor oil by Royal Purple has been soda and water, and put on a set of
Fluid levels are key-All fluid levels shown to decrease engine tempera- battery washers to fight corrosion. Top
should be checked and topped up as tures up to 12 percent while improving any low battery cells with distilled
needed (engine oil, transmission, horsepower and fuel economy. water.
cooling system, power steering, brake
fluid and washer fluid). Using high- Inspect belts and hoses-After Keep tires properly inflated-
quality fluids and regularly changing checking and adding fluids, check the Inspect your tires, including the spare.
old fluids improves performance and belts and hoses. A worn or loose belt Refer to the sidewalls for the proper
reliability, can cause the engine to overheat. A pressure level. Properly inflated tires
cracked belt or a hose that's unusual- increase gas mileage, lengthen tire life
Keep cool-Overheating is the lead- ly soft or overly hard needs to be and are much less susceptible to
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If your antifreeze is over a couple of tight and check the ends for cracks or for summer doesn't require a lot of
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Kid-Friendly Tips For Busy Parents


(NAPSA)-The relaxed days
of summer can be a great time
to teach kids healthy habits.
Help your kids stay active and
eat healthfully with these tips
from the American Heart
Association:
* "Do as I do!" Be your child's
role model. If you enjoy being
physically active, your kids
will want to be active too. If


you park yourself in front of
the TV and eat unhealthy
snacks, your kids may do the
same.
SMove it! Encourage physi-
cal activities that kids enjoy.
Plan times for the whole fam-
ily to take a walk, go to a
farmers' market, ride bikes,
swim, garden or just play out-
doors.
* Set goals that kids under-
stand, like completing one
hour of physical activity per
day and cutting back on
desserts.
* Create a grocery shopping-
list together. The American
Heart Association's free,
online "My Grocery. List"
builder located at heartcheck-


mark.org makes it easy to
browse through more than 800
heart-healthy. products certi-
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and cholesterol and/or high in
whole grains and fiber. Have
the kids make their own special.
list:
Click on favorite foods to add
them to the list. Products are
organized by food manufactur-
er and by categories such as
bread, dairy case, frozen foods,
snacks and more.
Type in other items, like
detergent and pet .food. Print
the list and take it to the store.
Let the kids look for the heart-
check mark on food packages.
Smart grocery shopping just
got faster and more fun for the


whole family. Bombarded with
Health Information? The heart-
check mark from the American
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easy to cut through the clutter
and quickly find tasty, heart-
healthy foods. It's the only
heart on food packaging that
meets Association standards.
The simple red heart with a
white check mark takes the
guesswork out of heart-
healthy shopping for healthy
people over age 2.

To learn more about reducing the
risk of heart disease and stroke, visit
americanheart.org or call (800)
AHA-USAl for a free copy of the
"Shop Smart with Heart" brochure
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EMPLOYMENT
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Will their commute be longer, tougher,
more expensive? Or will they have more
choices about how they live, work
and travel?

You may not think about these transportation
issues every day, but we do. The'North
Florida Transportation Planning Organization
(formerly the First Coast MPO) is the
independent regional agency that plans
for future transportations needs, seeks and
coordinates funding, and mobilizes resources
through outreach and consensus building.

One of the TPO's most important roles is to
develop the Long Range Transportation Plan
- the blueprint for our region's transportation
future. Please join us in creating the 2035
Long Range Transportation Planby attending
an upcoming public workshop. We need to
know how you envision traveling in the future,
your values and priorities, and what tradeoffs
you are willing to make.

Only you can tell us what you envision.

For more information call (904) 306-7500
or visit www.envision2035.com


Northflorida
Transportation Planning Organization
PLAN FUND MOBILIZE


Public Workshops
All workshops are 5:30 7:30 p.m.


Northwest
St. Johns County
Tuesday, Jan. 20
Switzerland Point
Middle School
777 Greenbriar Road

Westside
Wednesday, Jan. 21
Ramona Boulevard
Elementary
5540 Ramona
Boulevard

Nassau County
Thursday, Jan. 22
David Yulee Room
FCCJ Nassau Center
76346 William Burgess
Boulevard

Northside
Monday, Jan. 26
Highlands Regional
Library
1826 Dunn Avenue


St. Augustine
Tuesday, Jan. 27
The Meeting Room
Ponce de Leon Mall
2121 US 1 South

Arlington
Wednesday, Jan. 28
Regency Square
Library
9900 Regency Square
Boulevard

Clay County
Thursday, Jan. 29
Fleming Island
High School
Teacher Training Center
2233 Village Square
Parkway

Southeast Duval County
Monday, Feb. 2
FCCJ Deerwood
9911 Old Baymeadows
Road


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