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Florida star
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Florida star news
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English
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Jacksonville, Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981-

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University of Florida
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NORTHEAST FLORIDA'S OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER
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Nat Glover- Still A Top Source of Help A Legend

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Former Sheriff Nat Glover lecturing staff of the Public Defender's Office, a few weeks prior to taking the leadership role as Interim
President of his alma mater, Edward Waters College.
Mr. Nathaniel Glover, former sheriff of Jacksonville, lectured to about 20 staff members of the Fourth Judicial Circuit Public Defender
Matt Shirk's office. His lecture title was "The Challenge of Leadership," a more than appropriate subject in the world today with the eco-
nomic problems, climate changes and growth in crime that many feel is a result of frustration and fear. Mr. Glover started the program
defining leadership; "A leader is someone who has a vision and has the ability to inspire, motivate and encourage people to reach their
potential so they can achieve their personal, career or social goals 'through increased productivity, efficiency and effectiveness."
As the first African American Sheriff for Jacksonville since reconstruction, Mr. Glover made significant changes in Jacksonville. He is
expected to make similar improvements to Edward Waters College, his alma mater, as he takes his seat as president on May 15, 2010.
The people of Jacksonville, during this period have voiced many concerns about the Public Defender's Office. A recent report made by
Channel 4 named the Edward Waters College area as one of the most dangerous in the city. Such a report makes the students and the King
Road area more comfortable now that they know former Sheriff Glover is coming to the neighborhood.
The State Attorney and the Office of the Public Defender have both voiced an extremely low tolerance for crime, in Jacksonville, as many
observe young offenders getting tried as adults. At the end of April, 2010, a 15-year-old was given 70 years for attempted murder as the
judge acted, to prove the point. This is a complicated situation, one of the topics covered by Mr. Glover. The community, including the
professionals feel Mr. Glover will 'handle' it, change the crime rate, che murder raWe and the harsh sentences.


Gospel Musicians Performed, then
Returned and Stole Equipment
The two Georgia gospel musicians played
S and sang very spiritual music for several
churches in Georgia. After the praise and
I -worship service, followed by great soul
food, the musicians would return to the
churches and steal the equipment. It is esti-
Rico lackshar, 28 ndmated that the pair stole more than $100,000
church musicians worth of equipment from churches in the
Augusta, Dublin and the central Georgia area.
Much of the equipment was located in their homes and their cars. They
have been charged with nine counts of theft and burglary.


Arizona Racism or


Protection?

Lawmakers in Arizona are leaving no stones unturned when it comes
to immigration and racism. Although the claim is their concern for
those entering the United States through Arizona without the proper
papers, a new law was signed less than a month after the Immigration
Law was signed by Governor Jan Brewer. The new law bans ethnic
studies in public schools and will take effect on December 31, 2010. It
bans classes that are designed for a particular ethnic group. According
to the lawmakers, such studies promote the overthrow of the U. S. gov-
ernment and foster resentment toward a particular race or class or advo-
cate ethnic solidarity.
This new law affects the specialized courses for African Americans and
Native Americans. Some believe that ethnic courses are helpful for stu-
dents as they are comfortable when they study materials that include
people who look like them. However, others say ethnic teachings acti-
vate resentment because it makes others feel they have been and still
are, oppressed by white people.
The new bill leaves it up to the state Board of Education or superinten-
dent to decide whether a school violates the law. If it is determined that
a school is not in compliance with the new law, it could lose ten (10)
percent of its state aid each month it is considered to be in a non-com-
pliance level.
Because of the immigration laws now signed by Arizona, several states
have elected to boycott the state. Arizona Continued on A-7


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Police Officer Shot Himself and
Placed Blame on a Black Man
It's called MUBM Mysterious Unidentified Black Man.
That is the description a Philadelphia media used to describe
crimes whites don't want to admit to.
Sgt. Robert Ralston, a 21-year veteran of the Philadelphia
Police Department fabricated a story stating he had been shot
last month by an unidentified black man. On Monday, he
admitted to homicide detectives that his report was false. He
further admitted that he injured himself.
Ralston has been suspended for 30 days with a recommenda-
tion for his dismissal. He is married with five children. He
will not face criminal charges but he will be required to pay the
cost of the massive manhunt that was activated as a result of his
false story. Luckily, no one was arrested as a result of his tale.

Vernon Jordan Plays

Another Role
Vernon Jordan is known as a civil
rights activist, a great attorney and
an investment champion. His spe-
ciality was labor law but he also
was able to get the CBS Network
affiliation for Clara McLaughlin's
station in Longview, Texas.
What the former president of the
National Urban League was not
known for was acting. Yet, he just
vernon Jordan played a role in a Hollywood
movie, The Good Wife.

Amtrak from Miami to Jacksonville


She was known as one of
the most beautiful ladies in
the world, as she paved the
way for performers such as
Dorothy Dandridge. Halle
Berry, Diahann Carroll and
Diana Ross. She was the first
black performer to sign a
long-term contract with a
major Hollywood studio. Ms.
Home passed away Sunday at
the age of 92.
Lena Home refused to per-
form for audiences where
blacks were not allowed. She
starred in numerous movies
and musicals.
Her cause of death was not
released.
Alicia Keys May
Really be
Pregnant


Alicia Keys and hip-hop pro-
ducer Swizz Beatz dating
since 2008 may become par-
ents. Beatz and R&B singer
Mashonda have a 3-year-old
and their divorce became final
this week. Looking at the
bump in Alicia's stomach, that
is more than a week-old preg-
nancy.
is Coming Back


It was a historical event on May 1, 2010 when the
State of Florida, including Congresswoman Brown
and Gov. Crist, joined the running of a passenger train
on the FEC corridor from Miami to Jacksonville.
Passenger train service was terminated in 1968, three
years before Amtrak was formed. The crowd was
large and the enthusiasm was strong as prospective
travelers rallied for a comeback.





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It is also time for you to stand up. It is time for you to stop using your bodies as
your primary form of communication. It is time to be that virtuous woman that
Proverbs spoke of. You cannot sit by the wayside while our men are dying by the
masses. You are the epitome of Black Love. It starts within you. You need to
speak with conviction to let not only our Black Men know, but the world, that you
are the Mothers of this world. You are so powerful. You are so beautiful. You need
to love and embrace every blessing God has given us physically, emotionally and
spiritually.
For all our Black Children :
We need to love them. We need to teach them. We need to stand up for them. We
need to protect them. We need to show them that there are no 'get rich quick'
schemes. We need to tell them that they WILL die trying if they submit to a life of
crime and deceit.
We need to teach our children that no one will love them the way we can. And
being a basketball player, a rapper, or a drug dealer is not reality. It's not realistic
and only a small percentage of people ever make it as a rapper or professional ath-
lete. We need to teach our children that we can be more than rappers and athletes.
We can be the owners of these sports teams. We can be the CEO's of OUR fortune
500 companies. We need to believe in literacy.
'This is the year of empowerment. God will empower us to accomplish things
this year that will be mind blowing'.


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the improvements will discontinue and the old
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During Reconstruction (1875-1890), we had a black president, we had
black senators, congressmen, and a whole lot more. But then, we did
not have full voting rights, and lost them all. Remember
Reconstruction It has been 145 years since the last slaves were
freed Juneteenth. Voting is not only a privilege, it is a MUST!

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For all our Black Children : We need to love them. We need to teach them. We need to
stand up for them.

Pass this on to Our Youth, Our Parents, Our Black Men and Women
Letter from a college student
The other day, a friend of mine visited me in the lobby of my dorm just to chat while her laundry was dry-
ing. As we were chatting, two young freshmen came by. One of the 2 boys wanted to 'talk' to my friend (as in
date). She asked him how old they were, and both of the boys replied 18. My friend and I both laughed hyster-
ically because we are both 22 years old. After my friend left, the young men were still hanging around and
one wanted to know how he could gain her interest. The first thing I told him to do was to pull up his pants!
He asked why, and then said he liked saggin his pants. I told him to come over to my computer and spell the
word saggin'. Then I told him to write the word saggin backwards.
S-A-G-G-I-N N-I-G-G-A-S
I told him the origin of that look was from centuries ago. It was the intent of slave owners to demoralize the
field workers by forbidding them to wear a belt as they worked in the fields or at any other rigorous job. In
addition, men in prison wore their pants low when they were 'spoken for'. The other reason their pants looked
like that was they were not allowed to have belts because prisoners were likely to try to commit suicide. And,
saggin' pants prevents you from running.
We as young Black people have to be the ones to effect change. We are dying. The media has made a mock-
ery of the Black American. Even our brothers and sisters from Africa don't take us seriously. Something as
simple as pulling up your pants and standing with your head held high could make the biggest difference in the
world's perception of us. It is time to do right by ourselves.
We need to love and embrace each other. No one is going to do that for us. It all comes down to perception.
What people perceive is what reality to them is. We have to change not only the media's perception of us, but
we need to change our perception of ourselves.
Remember all eyes are on you Black Man. All eyes are on you Black Woman.
All eyes are on your Black Child. People point the finger at us and expect us to engage in negative and illegal
activities, to manifest loud, boisterous behavior, to spend our hard earned money in their stores, buying goods
we don't need, or really want. We have allowed not only the media, but the government and the world to portray
us as a 'sub-culture. They have stripped our culture down to the point where the image of Black people is per-
petuated as rappers, athletes, drug users, and consumers of junk food, expensive tennis shoes, expensive cars,
expensive TVs, cell phones and not investing in homes for our families. We are so much more!!!!!!!
To all our Black Men :
It's time to stand up. There are millions of Black Women who want to do nothing more than worship the ground
that you walk on. We are so in love with your potential. We want to have your back, we want to love, support
and cherish every ounce of your being. But with that you have to show that you are willing to be the head of our
households. You have to prove yourselves worthy of our submission. We need you to be hard working...Not a
hustler. We need you to seek higher education, to seek spirituality. We need you to stand! And trust us; we will
have your back.
We know that it gets hard. We know you get weary. Trust and believe that there is nothing that a Black Man
and a Black Woman can't handle with GOD on their side.
To all our Black Women:


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Schedule of Events and Services

NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER, Thursday, May 6th,
www.firstcoastprayer.org, Noon (Jacksonville City
Hall), 6:00 PM (Hemming Plaza-Downtown
Jacksonville), 10:00 PM International House of Prayer
(IHOP); Sunday, May 23rd, GLOBAL DAY OF
PRAYER-www.fcgdop.org, 2:00 PM Metropolitan
Park.
MOUNT SINAI MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH, Pastor R. L. Gundy, Officers, and members
would like to invite you to the 102nd Anniversary
Celebration of our church. 102 years of having the trust
and faith that He would bring us through. Our
Anniversary theme is "Grounded and Assured in
Christian Hope in Christ"...taken from Romans 8. con-
cluding on Sunday, May 16th 2010 at 4:00 PM
Call the church at (904) 354-7249 for more info.
THE MILLIONS MORE MOVEMENT,
Jacksonville Local Organizing Committee, Inc., a non-
profit organization is in the process of gathering chil-
dren, women, men, shoes, jackets, shirts, suits, dresses,
skirts, blouses all sizes, etc. for our next "Clothes Give-
A-Way." Call us for pickup 904-240-9133.
MARVIN GREEN AND THE STEWARDESS
BOARD OF NEW ST. JAMES AME CHURCH is
presenting Jeffery McIntyre in a Gospel Concert,
Sunday, May 23rd at 4:00 PM in the sanctuary of the
church. The title of the program is "Because He Lives."
McIntyre is a well-known gospel singer and a member
of Greater Sunday Morning Spiritual House of Prayer.
Rev. Alton Coles, is the host pastor. The church is locat-
ed at 2128 Forest St.
ST. GABRIEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN
invites you to Women's Day Celebration Sunday, May
16, 2010 at 10:00 AM, 5235 Moncrief Rd. Please join
us in worship, praise and song. The theme is "Christian
Women Standing on the Promise." Dr. Norma S. White
is the inspirational keynote speaker. We look forward to
your presence.
TABERNACLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH, located at 615 Tuskegee St., Tallahassee,
FL is having their 118 ANNIVERSARY GOSPEL
FEST 2010, Saturday, May 15th at 5:00 PM -Rev.
Stanley Walker, Sr., Pastor. Featuring: Rev. Charles
Beasley and the Chosen Vessels, Clayton, AL; Rev. J.D.
Sapp and the Angelic Voices, Jacksonville, FL; Chosen
Disciples Evangelist Patricia Huewitt, Heaven
Bounded, Kendrick and the Evanettes, Mother Graham
and the Gospel Joy Singers, New Direction, The
Thessalonians, and the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist
Church United Voices. For more information, contact
Sis. Claudia Campbell at 904-708-4776 or the church at
850-575-2739.
NEW FOUNTAIN CHAPEL AME CHURCH, 737
Jessie St., Jacksonville cordially invite you to come and
join us as we celebrate our 63rd Annual Leona Daniels'
Day, May 16th. Our services are as follows: Church
School 9 AM; Morning Worship 10:45 AM; Evening
Worship 3:30 PM Come to the Fountain so rich and
sweet cast your soul and the savior's feet. Hope to see
you there! For more information, call 904-358-2258.
EPIPHANY BAPTIST CHURCH 663 S. McDuff
Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32205 is having a youth program
on Sunday May 23rd at 5:00 PM. THEME: "I can be a
Solution, Not the Problem" (Saving our youth). Former
Sheriff Nathaniel Glover is the speaker. Refreshments
will be served. For additional information, please call
904-384-8129.
REVELATION PRAYER HOUSE 1725 W. 28th St.,
Jax, FL 32209, will celebrate Pastor and Church
Anniversary, 24 for Pastor and 17 years church family.
Dates are May 20th-23rd, time: 7:00 PM.
FIRST COAST GLOBAL DAY OF PRAYER,
Around the World Christian Unite in a Day of
Repentance and Prayer Sunday, May 23, 2010 from
2:00 PM 4:30 PM at Metropolitan Park, 1410 Gator
Bowl Blvd., Jax, FL 32202. For information call
Charley Christin 904-683-2600 (office) or 904-210-
683 1(cell). E-mail is FCGDOP@g-mail.com.



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Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter
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Great friends are hard to
S- ,find, difficult to leave,
-. and impossible to forget.

Thank you for every-
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THE GOSPEL CAVALIERS OF JACKSONVILLE
CONCERT will be held at Greater St. Matthew
Missionary Baptist Church located at 649 Franklin
St., with Rev. Earnest Williams Pastor. "Come join us
in a great celebration and true worship experience as we
bless the name of our .Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Sunday, May 16th at 5:00 PM.
HOLY TABERNACLE CHURCH ANNUAL BIBLE
SCHOOL CONVENTION 2010 -The Pastors and
members of the Holy Tabernacle Church are inviting
you, the public, to come and join with them in their
annual Bible School Convention May 21-23 being held
at the church, 6416 Miriam Street. The theme for this
occasion is "Show Me Thy Ways O' Lord, Teach Me
Thy Paths. Services will begin Friday May 21 at 7:30
PM Speaker will be our Pastor Cardone, Further infor-
mation, please contact Min. Horace Bell, Jr. at 904-768-
1968 or the church, 904-764-3754.
First Missionary Baptist Church Women's
Conference 2010: Manifestation Leads to Dedication
-Saturday, May 15th at 9:00 a.m., Facilitator Sylvia
Johnson, Beulah Baptist Church,; and On Friday,
October 1st at 7:00 p.m. is Ladies Night Out 2010,
facilitated by First Lady Kathy McQueen. More infor-
mation to follow. Church locations: 810 Third Avenue
S. and 850 Fifth Avenue S., Jacksonville Beach, FL
32250. 904-246-8120. Rev. Dr. Marvin A. McQueen I,
Sr. Pastor, Rev. Simeon Montgomery, Youth Pastor.
RITZ VOICES AND FRIENDS SPRING CON-
CERT, Sunday, May 16, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. Tickets
$10.00. Ritz Voices and guests will put on a riveting,
uplifting performance guaranteed to jump in your spirit
and bring you joy with contagiously melodic, spirited
and down-right stellar vocal performances. This concert
is a fundraiser for the Ritz Voices on the road for the
fourth time to McDonald's Gospelfest in New Jersey,
June 19th, 2010.

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DEATH NOTICES
JI1N1cs


JACKSONVILLE. FL
(AREA DEATHS)
CARPENTER,
Dajuanna M., 32, died
May 12, 2010.
GIBBS, Ellis "Herman,"
62, died May 13, 2010.
GRACEY, Raymond
Joseph died, May 4, 2010.
JACKSON, Clara Smith,
died May 9, 2010.
JONES, Corena White
died May 8, 2010.
JONES, Mrs. Maudlyn
died May 11, 2010.
KIRKLAND, Ruth
Barbara, died May 10,
2010.
PERRY, Edward C. died


April 27, 2010.
REESE, James Reese, Jr.,
"Cake-A- Boo" died May
7, 2010.
STEWART, Ms. Teresa
Lynn died, May 7, 2010.


GEORGIA DEATHS
BESS, William, died May
8, 2010.
HAYES, Darlene Myers
died May 8, 2010.
SHORT, Virginia died
Brunswick Funeral
Home.
THOMAS, Dorothy
Gwendolyn of Brunswick
died May 8, 2010.


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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 ;', i
2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary)
Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ............ 7:00 p.m. '
Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus .
(904) 764-5727 Church .. .

Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
Sunday
W orship Service .................................. 10:00 a.m .
Church School ............................. . .... 8:30 p.m .
Wednesday
"Glory Hour" Bible Study .................... . 10:00 a.m.
"Jehovah Jireh" Bible Study ........................ 6:30 p.m.
2nd & 4th Thursday "Young at Heart Ministry .......... .10:00 a.m.
Friday
Joy Explosion M 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 orn ing W orship.......... : ......................................................................11:00 a.m .
Tuesday................................................ Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday.................................................... .................... Joy N ight,7:00 p.m .
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Website: Greaterelbethel.org


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Socially Speaking
By Betty Asque Davis / Photos by J. Carl


Davis, Sr.


TPC's 2010 Charity Celebration
The TPC C lii..-I..,-: was as festive as ever for the
ioast to the S35M of Charitable Giving to the First Coasi
.iiing TPC. Many organizations on the First Cost con-
tinue to benefit from the annual event.
This is also a time for the Media to have a bit ol
relaxing pleasure during TPC Week. With cameras ir
1, ,11, we took the time to network and fellowship with
many we had not seen since last year. It is an event we
I.. t forward to annually.
The Strolling Supper that included: The libations and
food stations that included Beef Brisket, Paella, Cheese
Grits, Oysters on the half shell, Grilled Scallops with
Ri ... Beans, Calamari Salad, and Crab legs along with
ice cream provided an evening of munificent fun and fel-
k 1 .. l ,-,
The Johnny Cool Band performed the 'oldies' that
we enjoy dancing to and resting our cameras and note
pad we indulged ourselves to take the dance floor. We
couldn't let good music go to waste.
Of course we were disappointed that our favorite
Tiger Woods had to withdraw from the tournament.
However, we know he will be back in great form!!
Our granddaughters Maria and Moira Singleton
were eager to get to the TPC with or without their
favorite golfer and they really enjoyed themselves for yet
another tournament.
It was quite a week!!

The Legacy of Mr. Kernaa D.
McFarlin Remembered
(Continued)
The First Coast community lost a beloved and
revered person who was not only an outstanding Band
Director he was also a 'father' to so many of his band
members. Mr. Kernaa D. McFarlin recognized his role
and fulfilled that role throughout his life.
As a husband, father, music educator, school administra-
tor, Episcopal Lay Leader and community leader, Mr.
McFarlin was consistently committed. Whatever he was
involved in, he gave 110%.
"Mr. McFarlin brought honor and fame to Stanton
High School over many years through achievements of
his band and the performances of its individual mem-
bers. Concerts were eagerly awaited and well attended
whenever they were presented. Numerous awards were
inevitable consequences of the diligent effort they dis-
played," stated the Keeping In Touch Stanton High
School Faculty Newsletter upon the death of Mr.
McFarlin in 1997.
'While there are many sad stories from the years of
segregation in the South, there were also many great sto-
ries of achievement and excellence that are little know in
the wider community. The New Stanton High School
Band of the 50's and 60's is an extraordinary example of
what could be achieved with few material resources and
dynamic leadership.
Fortunately, much of the music performed in concert
by the band was recorded and gives testimony to the
unmatched quality of music and the director's leader-
ship. When you listen to the music from this product of
segregation, you will recognize that few high school or
college bands today match them.
The band director, Kernaa D. McFarlin, was an
extraordinary leader. His band members remember him
as a great musician and molder of musicians, a great psy-
chologist and socialists who got the most from every stu-
dent. He was a great teacher of students many of whom
owe their success in life to the discipline, structure, char-
acter and confidence that excellence in band brought
them.
One hundred years from now, the citizens of
Jacksonville must hear and know what a group of Black
kids in a segregated school did that represented what
was cultured and refined and not just sport.
In the process of talking to band members, interest-
ing sociological questions will be pondered. How could
so much quality and culture come from so little material
resources? What was it about discipline and structure
that instilled character and confidence? What principles
from that period could the community use today to
improve the lives of students?
Stanton's Band was Jacksonville's best and it is
important to me that this story not be lost from the peo-
ple of the future who should know what good came from
our community. The older I get the more I realize how
great McFarlin was and how extraordinary the Stanton
Band was.
The question begs to be answered. How good were
the Stanton Bands?" (An Original: Kernaa D. McFarlin
and the New Stanton Band by Paul Wellington Smith)
The answer to the question is: STANTON BANDS
OF THE KERNAA D. MCFARLIN ERA WERE
THE VERY, VERY BEST!!
Thank you Mr. McFarlin for the cherished memories
of the Stanton Bands!!


The Lahtis TPC Volunteer with Columnist Betty ASque Davis
Danford and daughter and FlaGa Star Publisher Clara McLaughlin


Dr. Richard Danford and Fla Ga Star Publisher Clara
McLaughlin


The Singleton Family at TPC

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Mr. Kernaa D. McFarlin, Sr


The lh Farlin Family andj Band h mher, at the Indul tiinn


"'There's Always Sornethin


New Stanton's Band in 1958


InductionintotheBandDirectorsHallofFame(lstBlack)


The Family of Mr. Kernaa Mc Farlins Stanton's 2010
Gala


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SANAA HAMRI

ARTISTICALLY PAINTING FILMS WITH A FINESSE TOUCH!
BY RYCH MCCAIN/ FEEDBACKRYCH(SBCGLOBAL.NET
PHOTO COURTESY OF WARNER BROS. PICTURES


When you first encounter her, you may mistake
her for an actress because of her sexy beauty and artis-
tic approach to her surroundings. But upon further
examination, the no nonsense business side of her
demeanor will let you know that this lady is deeper
than meets the eye. Sanaa Hamri is a veteran film, TV
and video director whose latest project is the Fox
Searchlight Pictures movie "JUST WRIGHT" starring
Queen Latifah, Common and Paula Patton. Hamri
brings a style and vision to this film that blends all of
the right ingredients with a flare and touch that gels
like well balanced colors and hues on the canvas of a
master painting.
Born in Tangier, Morocco, Hamri matriculated
to New York where she enrolled at Sarah Lawrence


ing that she do a little work in front of the camera or
other distractions as well? Hamri accepts the beauty
compliment but dismisses the notion of working in
front of the camera. She responds, "I really am an
artist. I love being a film maker and I do think that it's
time having a young female attractive woman director
and it should not be a problem. And that's the whole
thing this movie is about. Your outside does not dictate
who you are in terms of what you can do." In Just
Wright, Leslie Wright (Latifah) ends up going against
her best friend Morgan (Patton) who is super attractive
for New Jersey Nets baller McKnight (Common). It
would seem "look wise" that Morgan had the upper
hand but Leslie's inner beauty and realness ends up
winning the prize.
Growing up in the Muslim country of Morocco
and becoming a movie director in the U.S. was quite a
journey for Hamri. As she puts it, "When I came here
it was a culture shock because women didn't work
while I was growing up. They stayed home and took
care of the family. I was very grateful and thankful that
I went to a really great school, Sarah Lawrence College
in New York because there, they are so radical in terms
of creativity. They want you to do whatever you want
to do. There were no rules there. I wanted to be in that
school. I wanted to go somewhere where I could just be
free to think how I wanted to think and that really
helped as well. Also coming from such a strong culture,
I had a sense of me and wanting to expand myself. And
I say, when you have the whole world stop to hear what
you have to say, what are you going to say?"


Happy B-Day:
Happy B-Day wishes
go out to gorgeous actress
Cherrelle Noyd who turned
the magic "21" on Monday,
May, 10th. Of course she is a
part of Rych McCain's
Media Family.
Goodbye To An Icon:
The showbiz world
and the earth in general suf-
fered a great loss on Sunday,
May 9, 2010 with the death
of singer/actress/civil rights
activist Lena Home. She
made her transition to our
ancestors at age 92 in a New
York hospital. The cause of
death was not disclosed at
press time. Despite her
breath taking beauty- and
enormous talent, Home
came along during a dark
time period beginning in the
early 1930's when
AmeriKKKa and
Hollyweird were insanely
"stupid-sick" with bigotry,
racism and racial discrimi-
nation! Broadway and
Hollywood took Horne
through hell and back, and
then had the unmitigated gall
to blackball her for a brief
period when she fought
back. Home was best known
for the 1943 MGM Pictures
musicals "Cabin In The
Sky" and "Stormy Weather"
also "Porky and Bess" and
her record breaking one
woman Broadway Show
"Lena Home: The Lady and
Her Music."
DJ's:
IDJ (The International
Disc Jockey Trade Assoc)


will hold their 2010 IDJ
Awards and Trade Expo
August 8-11 at The
Renaissance Atlanta Hotel
in downtown Atlanta,
Georgia. DJ's from around
the world will attend, repre-
sent and be counted. If you
are an active DJ with the
right stuff, you can throw
you name in the hat to be
considered for an award.
Call 866-962-1333 ext 2 and
go to www.idjawards.com.
Whose Doin' What:
Foxy actress Tasha
Smith (Why Did I Get
Married Too?) is on the June
cover of Sister 2 Sister mag-
azine. Look for actor Morris
Chestnut's new ABC-TV
series "V" this fall.
Comic/Actor Kevin Hart has
a new sitcom brewing on
Comedy Central and
Comic/Actor Joe Torry has a
new book, a reality TV
Series with his brother Guy
Torry cooking' and a film he
is producing all coming at
you soon.
Music:
Look for a fall album
release from rapper "4-IZE"
titled "AwesoMania" with
the new J.U.S.T.I.C.E.
League produced single
"New Day." Atlantic
Records artists "Stone
Temple Pilots" have a new
video out to promote their #1
single "Between The Lines"
from their self-titled album
in stores on May 25th.
Movies:
Just Wright; Fox
Searchlight Pictures; A
Flavor Unit/Debra Martin


Chase Production. Starring
Queen Latifah, Common,
Paula Patton, James Pickens,
Jr., Pain Grier, Laz Alonso,
Mehcad Brooks and Michael
Landes. Directed by Sanaa
Hamri. Written by Michael
Elliot. Produced' by Debra
Martin Chase, Queen
Latifah and Shakim
Compere. This one is a
romantic serious/comedy
that examines the world of
NBA female gold diggers
and the realities that a career
ending injury can bring in a
relationship and life of an
NBA baller. Common does a.
believable job as player
Scott McKnight and Paula
Patton compliments his per-
formance as the quintessen-
tial phony groupie gold-dig-
ger. Latina holds her own as
the good girl trainer who
saves the day. This is a posi-
tive, feel good movie with
the NBA's blessing as evi-
dent with their heavy push of
the film during the playoffs.
Iron Man:
Paramount Pictures; Starring
Robert Downey Jr.,
Gwyneth Paltrow, Don
Cheadle, Mickey Rourke
and Sam Rockwell. Directed
by Jon Favreau. Written by
Justin Theroux. Produced by
Jon Favreau, Stan Lee and
Denis L. Stewart. What can
you say when a highly antic-
ipated film opens up #1 with
a 133 million gross? Good or
bad reviews don't count.
People love Iron Man peri-
od. The film had an OK
story line and the action was
good.

Hit me up at feedback-
rych@sbcglobal.net.
Study, Observe and Win!
Rych


ACADEMY AWARD WINNING ACTOR SEAN PENN TO
PRESENT HUMANITARIAN AWARD TO "HEROES"
ACTOR JIMMY JEAN-LOUIS DURING CANNES FILM
FESTIVAL EVENT
Sadly, he learned that a house he had


Haitian-Born Actor Headlines Star-
Studded Benefit for Earthquake
Victims in Haiti

Jimmy Jean-Louis, star of
NBC's action-drama "Heroes" and
founder of Hollywood Unites for
Haiti, will receive the Humanitarian
Award from Academy Award win-
ning actor Sean Penn during
International Luxury Media's 3rd
Annual Better World Awards' (BWA)
Glitter and Glam Ball. The invitation-
only black-tie gala, cocktail reception
and dinner will take place at The
Lotus VIP Club On Le Goeland
Beach during the Cannes Film
Festival on May 19.
Supermodel Naomi
Campbell, who will receive the BWA
Fashion Philanthropy Award, will be
among the special guests that include
Boris Becker, Prince Filliberto de
Savoie, Princess Clotilde Courau,
Elie Saab, Denise Rich, Hofit Golan,
the Al-Rashid family, Troy Bayliss,
Baden Cooke, and Ana Cunya.
The exclusive evening
includes musical performances by
Bryan Ferry and Ky-Mani Marley, a
celebrity poker tournament, fashion
show by StyleShopUSA, and a live
luxury charity auction benefiting
Hollywood Unites for Haiti and
Fashion Relief for Haiti.
Jimmy was born in
Petionville, near Port-au-Prince,
Haiti. After the powerful 2010 earth-
quake, Jean-Louis went back to Haiti
to search for his elderly parents.


grown up in collapsed, killing sever-
al of his relatives.
"Haiti has suffered many set
backs in its rich history and yet the
Haitian people have never lost the
character to face adversity with cre-
ativity, resilience, and community,"
said Jean-Louis. "It want to do every-
thing in my power to comfort those
who desperately need help and
rebuild the country that I love."
The tragic events inspired
Jean-Louis to change the focus of his
charity Hollywood Unites for Haiti,
whose original mission was to pro-
vide sports and cultural education to
underprivileged youth on the island.
The group mobilized for disaster
relief after the magnitude-7 earth-
quake struck.
The organization allocates
100% of its donations for helping
Haitian citizens and raising global
awareness of ways in which people
can help. Donations are used to buy:
Shelter kits with tents, tarps, water
purification tables, and other basic
necessities Emergency relief sup-
plies Food Medical supplies *
Family tool kits, including shovels *
Telecommunications, equipment
Recently, Jean-Louis took
part in a series of campaigns for
Haitian aid, such as singing in the
"We Are The World" remake for Haiti
in February 2010 that aired during
the start of the Winter Olympic
Games in Vancouver, Canada.
In 2008 and 2009, H.S.H.
Prince Albert II de Monaco presented
Julian Lennon with the BWA
Environmental Preservation Award.
Past Humanitarian Awards have gone
to Flavio Briatore and Marley for
their work in Jamaica and Kenya.


WASSUP IN HOLLYHOOD
By Rych McCain/ feedbackrych@sbcglobal.net


' College to major in theater arts and psychology. After
graduation, Hamri taught herself how to edit on an
Avid and soon became involved in the music business
producing and directing music videos. Included
among her major projects were several Prince videos
including "Musicology," Common featuring Mary J.
Blige "Come Close," the Notorious B.I.G. "Nasty
Girls" featuring Diddy, Nelly, Usher, Pharrell and
Jagged Edge and others such as Mariah Carey and
India Arie to name some. Hamri has been nominated
for numerous MTV Video Music Awards and won An
NAACP Image Award.
Hamri is comfortable with the romantic come-
dy genre now with two of them under her belt. She also
directed "Something New" starring Sanaa Lathan and
Simon Baker. But that is not her only preference for
making movies. What type of movies gets her juices
flowing? She smiles, "I go in the direction of good sto-
ries that are entertaining and have something to say.
You can have a conversation about the movie after-
wards and really have some food for thought. I just
don't do that (romantic comedies). My last movie, The
Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants II was not a roman-
tic comedy. I gravitate towards stories that work for me
emotionally that have heart."
Does being an attractive director cause any par-
ticular problems for Hamri in terms of studios suggest-


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ARIZONA Continued from A-1


At the present time,
Tucson offers courses
that focus on Black,
Mexican-American and
American Indian history
and literature. According
to the state school super-
intendent, who is an
advocate of the new law,
lessons from the
Mexican-American pro-
gram promotes 'ethnic
chauvinism.'
According to the Wall
Street Journal, the
Arizona Department of
Education told teachers
who spoke English with
an accent that they would
no longer be allowed to
teach students English.
The United Nations
released a statement
advising that "Such law
and attitude are at odds
with the State's responsi-
bility to respect the right
of everyone to have
access to his or her own
cultural and linguistic
heritage and to participate
in cultural life."
Los Angeles decided to
join other cities to boy-
cott Arizona as well as
Oakland.
Despite the boycotts,
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IN THE MATTER OFTHE ADOPTION OF
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PENDING ADOPTnIO BY STEPPARENT
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Eye color: broh
Height: 59,
Weight:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Pettat bto Terrninate Parentat Rights Pending Adoption has
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cae regarding the above-named minor chMd, Asma F. Fazll. You are required to save a copy
of your wtten defenses, If any, on or before the expiration of 30 days from the first
publication of thie notice, by filing the original of your written defenses with the Clerk of this
Court and a copy of said defenses onr Pstittoner attorney, Chariann )adson Sanders, whose
address is 490 U- S. Highway 17 South, Bartow, Florid, 33830- Under Sedron 63.089 of the
Florida Statutes, failure to file written defenses with the Clerk of the Court or to appear at any
upcoming final hearing constitutes grounds upon which the Court shall end ary parental rights
you may have regarding the minor child, Asma F. Fart.
Dated ion vi. \ 2010.
RICHARD WEISS, Clerk of the Cru tCourt
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HOLY BAND OF INSPIRATION'S 1OTH ANNUAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
By Elder .\n'el Fa'. ,r-M'hrrcl ',
"It"'s a Netk You Nliiitr'," rid kll,_,l' d of"
Inspirationi1)-brNrcNd t". I liit .-\rin,.i Ic.tei!,i
Conference on April 21 25, 2u1u. The theme. "(Gudly
Servants Called Chosen and Anointed to Serve." The
speakers, Bishop Thomas Sills of Savannah, Georgia,
Dr. Eric Mason of Savannah, Georgia and Dr. Torrey
Philips of Fort Lauderdale, Florida delivered the night-
ly sermons. Healing Services were held nightly,
Apostle Harry Brown. On Sunday morning, the
Worship Services culminated with Pastor Delores
Staten of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Transform, renovate and renew your ministry lead-
ership team. The Saturday's workshops were facilitat- Pastor J. Carol Grant, Majesty
ed by Bishop Lillie Hanks of Ocala, Florida, Evangelist Magazine, Waycross, GA Dr. Eric Mason, Savannah, GA
Alisha Gadson of Ocala, Florida and Dr. Eric Mason of ._"_ _
Savannah, Georgia. As team leaders are challenged and
recharged, the infectious and life-changing results
transfer to those they lead, impacting individuals, fam-
ilies, neighborhoods, churches and even cities. Other
guests in fellowship during the weekly services are J.
Carol Grant of Majesty magazine of Waycross,
Georgia; Evangelist Sheree Gardner of Jacksonville,
Florida; Pastor Devon Knight of Woodbine, Georgia; Bishop Lillie Hanks, Ocala, FL
Pastor Chris Moore of Kingsland, Georgia; Evangelist.
Deborah Edwards of Hall's Temple C.O.G.I.C. .
Brunswick, Georgia; Brunswick Job Corp Dance -
Ministry; Vision of Lifechanging Ministries, Shiloh ) 1Bi hop Thomas Sills,
Baptist Church Young Adult Choir and Saint Paul .rSavannah, G -
A.M.E. Praise Dance Ministry.
The "Lil Miss Destiny Pageant" featured six talent- .
ed young ladies from Holy Band of Inspiration was
also held on Saturday at the .Ritz Theater. Donna
Gibson, daughter of Elder Linda Gibson was awarded
1st Place. Special Guest laroya, Edmondson of Fort
Lauderdale, Florida, the Daughter's of Praise Dance
Team and Lil Angels Dance Team. Fashion show under
the direction of Dr. Thelma Hart and Minister Delores
Culbreath featured Formal designs by Visions of
Success, Pastor William and Sabrina McCloud.
"It's a New You Ministry" strives to instruct, nature,
and train Leaders in Christ.
Bishop Iris Wright, Pastor Holy Band of
Inspiration, Brunswick, Georgia is the CEO/Founder; t
Minister Erika Moore, Chairperson and Sister Gail
Medlock, Assistant Chairperson.








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I ended my relationship with my boyfriend because I thought
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thrills. I now realize I had everything I needed in the marn ,. those opinions are worth hearing. Many times
was with. My ex-boyfriend has a good job, making a lot of I we avoid the judgments and opinions of the
money and he's dating someone else. I want him back and it ones closest to us because we fear a truth may
hurts me looking at this woman living the life I was supposed to have. How do I be brought to the surface: idiosyncrasies we
approach him and let him know that I want another chance? have attempted to ignore that have now been
Anonymous Charleston, SC highlighted, applying pressure to now deal with
the matters. I, however, do not support outside
Dear Worried: 'judgments' but agree with honest, good-willed
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condiments? The two danger points here are sodium
Announcements, meetings, happenings, and and, in one important case, fat. You can buy low-sodium mustard and
community events scheduled in Jacksonville Worcestershire sauce and "lite" versions of mayonnaise and even ketchup Less
and the surrounding area. familiar condiments such as chutney, horseradish, and salsa are flavorful alterna-
tives with few nutritional drawbacks, except that a few brands may contain larie
--amounts of salt.
M L N N -el t Mayonnaise. "Hold the mayo" is definitely the way to go: the only hiuh-fat
MOBILE DENTAL UNIT -The Mobile Dental Unit ,of the Florida Baptist A condiment, mayonnaise is an emulsion of oil, egg yolk, and vinegar; the regular
Convention will be at The Northeast Florida Baptist Association, May 24-28, 2010. version is almost 100 percent fat. However, since it is made with liquid l egciable
The Association is located at 851035 US Hwy 17 North, Yulee, Florida. For more 3 oil (usually soybean), mayo is not particularly high in saturated fat. Despite its egg
information contact the Northeast Florida Baptist Association 904-225-5941. content, it contains only a small amount of cholesterol about five milligrams per
ANDREW JACKSON CLASS OF 1976 will be having a meeting to plan the tablespoon. Thus, a mayonnaise that "cholesterol-free" is not an improvement.
ANDREW JACKSON CLASS OF 1976 will be having a meeting to plan the Homemade mayonnaise is not nutritionally superior to store-bought. A stan-
35th year class reunion. The meeting will be held Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 6:30 dard recipe calls for two egg yolks and one cup of oil. And since it is made with
p.m. inside Andrew Jackson High School cafeteria. For more information, please raw eggs and without preservatives, homemade mayonnaise may be a source of
call Ms. Crawford at (904) 520-0166. food poisoning due to salmonella.
The CPC will hold a press conference on Monday, May 24th at 11:AM at th Products labeled "salad dressing", as well as "lightaaaaa', "diet", or "imita-
The CPSC will hold a press conference on Monday, May 24th at 11:00AM at the tion" mayonnaise in which water and starch or another thickener replace some of
Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex, home of the International Swimming Hall of the oil may contain one-half to two-thirds the calories of real may, and less than
Fame, to officially kick-off the Pool Safely campaign (www.poolsafely.gov), a half the fat. There's even a tofu-based product with only one gram of fat per serv-
national public education effort to reduce child drownings and non-fatal submer- ing.
sions, ad entrapment in swimming pools and spas. Dring the press conference, If your palate demands real mayonnaise, use a teaspoonful rather that a table-
sions, and entrapment in swimming pools and spas. During the press conference, spoonful on a sandwich, or blend the mayo with plain low-fat yogurt. Flavor
the CPSC will provide information about the campaign and.its partners, and release yogurt with a little mustard, lemon juice, and pepper to add to the mayonnaise in
its annual reports on childhood drowning and entrapment incidents in the United chicken or tuna salad. Tartar sauce and the "secret sauce" used on fast-food ham-
States. burgers are both mayonnaise-based: substitute a light mayo or plain low-fat yogurt a
FIRST COAST GLOBAL DAY OF PRAYER -Around the World Christians a with a little chopped pickle mixed in. and although it's not usually suggested as a
low-fat substitute, even sour cream is a better choice than mayonnaise when you're
Unite in a Day of Repentance and Prayer, Sunday, May 23, 2010 from 2:00 p.m. making a dip: a tablespoon of sour cream has only about 25 calories and 2.3 grams
to 4:30 p.m. at the Metropolitan Park, 1410 Gator Bowl Blvd., Jacksonville. 0 of fat -just one-quarter the calories and fat that are in mayonnaise. Using plain a
Bringing together Christians of all denominations, ages, and races to unite in low-fat yogurt is even better.
prayer around the world with the same vision of repentance and hope for transfor- Ketchup. Although it consists mainly of tomatoes, the average ketchup is 20
nation. For more information, log on to www.fcgdop.org. percent sweetener and contains up to 180 milligrams of sodium per tablespoon.
mation. For more information, log on to www.fcgdop.org. aEven the national brand "low-sodium" contains practically no sodium at all. Other
THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE CANNING CENTER in cooperation with 3 substitutes for ketchup lovers with a sodium problem include tomato paste or
the Duval County Extension Service will offer a workshop on Monday, May 24 puree, or low-sodium or homemade spaghetti sauce (for use in recipes). Some
from 9AM to Noon or from 1 to 4PM. Learn how to make cranberry apple walnut | brands of bottled Mexican salsa ranchero and taco sauce contain slightly less sodi-
S. um than regular ketchup, as do Worcestershire, steak sauce, and pickle relish; most
relish and take some home for the family to enjoy. The cost is $20.00 per person chili sauces, barbeque sauces, cocktail sauces have even more sodium than
which includes all materials. Space is limited. You must pre-pay to register. Send ketchup. Perhaps the best option is to make your own Mexican-style salsa cruda
your $20 check made payable to DCOHAC and mail to Canning, 1010 N. McDuff (raw sauce) a combination of chopped tomatoes, chilies, onions, lemon or lime
Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32254. Deadline is March 27. Call Jeannie at 387-8850 to juice, and spices, to satisfy your cravings for a topping with tomato flavor.
e. u, a Mustard. The natural pungency of mustard somewhat limits the amount your
register, use, but even a tablespoonful can pack a major sodium wallop. If you need to
RITZ VOICES AND FRIENDS SPRING CONCERT, Sunday, May 16, 2010 at watch your sodium intake, buy a no-salt-added mustard; dilute the mustard with
5:00 p.m. Ritz Voices and guests will put on a riveting, uplifting performance guar- some plain low-fat yogurt; or mix your own from dry mustard powder (you'll find
anteed to jump in your spirit and bring you joy with contagiously melodic, spirit- basic directions on the package). Vary served with Indian food (but equally good
ed an dw-rit s. TIKTS: $1 with cheese, plain eats, and poultry). Sweet and-spicy chutneys are fruit or veg-
ed and down-cight stellar vocal performances. TICKETS: $10 table based relishes. All contain negligible fat; however some are very high in
This concert is a fundraiser for the Ritz Voices on the road for the fourth time to sodium. Look for chutneys made from apples, tomatoes, cranberries, and other
McDonald's Gospelfest in New Jersey, June 19th, 2010. fruits at health food stores or specialty markets. If you can't find a salt-free chut-
CHRISTIAN LEADERS FELLOWSHIP TALENT SHOWCASE 2010 ney, choose one that has salt at the bottom-of-the ingredients list. Or substitute
g at m g a a t E [ apple, cranberry or other fruit sauces, which are low in sodium and are virtually
Calling all singers, poets, musicians, groups, actors, actresses, all talents. Event a fat-free.
convenes Saturday, May 29, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. Prices $10.00 groups of 2 or more Horseradish. Though its pungency complements meat, poultry, and vegeta-
people, 15 max; $5.00 individuals; all others/non-participants $3.00 entry fee. The bles, prepared horseradish is not often used as a condiment. And while it is usual-
winner will receive a $75.00 gift card. Refreshments will be served. ly made with salt, its sodium content is fairly low. Combine it with low-sodium
w c a edrf i For mr info i n cl 9 3-7 mustard for an eye-opening sandwich spread, blend it with plain low-fat yogurt to
www.christianleadersfellowship.com For more information call 904-434-7024. a make a less biting sauce, or stir it into applesauce for a traditional Austrian accom-
2010 JACKSONVILLE JAZZ FESTIVAL TRIBUTE TO TEDDY WASH- paniment to beef. Powdered horseradish can be mixed with water or other condi-
INGTON consummate musician, historian, Inductee in the Jacksonville Hall of ments to make a tasty sauce.
Fame and known throughout Jacksonville as the Ambassador of Music is being ** ***************** *****
honored in a Tribute performance of the music he loved at the Snyder Memorial Dr. Watkins can be heard live Sundays at 7:05 pm EST on www.KCOHRadio.com. He is
honored in a Tribute performance of the music he loved at the Snyder Memoria 33o Mason and Grand Medical Director for the United Supreme Council. S. J. and
Church in Downtown Jacksonville May 28th and 29th. Imperial Council (Black Shriners Nationwide) 713-433-4536.


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From Actual Police Reports

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Jacksonville Sheriffs OQffice Most Wanted

Crime Watch


Grand Theft
The unidentified man in the attached photographs has been cap-
tured on video taking wallets from Baptist Hospital and Brooks
Rehabilitation Center. The subject is said to be a light skinned, black
male with black hair and a gray goatee. The subject was seen driving a
green vehicle (possibly a Ford Taurus). The suspect uses stolen credit
cards to make purchases of gift cards and he buys gas for other people
at gas pumps.
Anyone with information, as to the identity of this individual is asked
to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 630-0500 or Crime Stoppers
at 1-866-845-TIPS to remain anonymous and receive a possible reward.





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The unidentified man in the photograph is being sought by police
for a robbery that occurred on May 7, 2010 to the Hess located at 551
Cassat Avenue. He robbed the business of $300.00 worth of cigarettes
and fled in a red, 4 door, compact vehicle.


The last 14 days we have had 6 incidents on the Westside of
Jacksonville involving the theft of semi-trailer truck tires.
An unknown suspects) is entering fenced lots by cutting the
fence. The valve stems of the tires are being cut and the suspects) is
taking the outer tires and leaving the inner tires so the semi truck stays
standing.


www.JAXSHERIFF.org


Your Weekly

HOROSCOPE
May 10, 2010 May 16, 2010


*j ARIES
Your .ccomiplshnienits could
exceed your expectations if
you mix a little business with
pleasure. Minor accidents
could cause trauma and major
setbacks. It's time to reevalu-
ate your motives. Abrupt
changes in your home may
send you for a loop.
|: CANCER
Valuable information can be
yours if you listen to those
with experience. Arguments
may flare up in your home.
Don't be angry, but be on
your guard. You need activi-

ty.
LIBRA
You need to get out and have
some fun to reduce tension.
Children could cost you more
than you can afford. Elders
may get you going this week.
Organization will be the key
to avoiding discord and fami-
ly feuds.

[ X-I CAPRICORN

You may need a good
friend to lean on. Losses
are likely if you get
involved with uncertain
individuals. Do yourself a
favor and leave your plas-
tic at home. Work at home
if at all possible. Your
boss may not be in the
best of moods this week.


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TAURUS


Financial gains can be'made.
Changes in your home envi-
ronment may cause friction.
You may not want to spend
time around family or your
home. Your interest in religion
and philosophy may lead you
to specific destinations.

LEO
Take time to find out if
anyone has a better sugges-
tion before you make
arrangements for the whole
family. You need some rest.
You will get along well in
social situations. You can
accomplish a lot if you
direct your thoughts toward
starting your own small
business on the side.

Z SCORPIO
You can expand your circle of
friends if you get out and
socialize. The only thing you'll
accomplish is a bad reputation.
Get the whole family involved
in a worthwhile cause or cultur-
al event. Your intellectual
charm will entice new love
interests.

l AQUARIUS

Make sure that you have
covered yourself legally
and try not to let your tem-
per get out of hand. Update
and review your personal
investments. If you can,
make phone calls instead of
going out. You need to lie
back and enjoy a little rest.


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FAMU College of Law Named Most Diverse
Law School in U.S. for
Second Consecutive Year

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. The Florida A&M University (FAMU) College
of Law was recognized by U.S. News & World Report for having the most
diverse law school in the nation for the second consecutive year.
FAMU earned the outright No. 1 spot with a diversity ranking of 0.66. FAMU
tied for top honors with Texas Southern University the previous year, and
U.S. News also recognized FAMU as the most diverse law school for the
2006-2007 academic year.
"As part of our mission we strive to increase the representation of
minorities within the legal profession and to maintain a leadership position
in racial diversity," said FAMU College of Law Dean LeRoy Pernell. "We are
very proud that for the second consecutive year this ranking acknowledges
our sincere efforts to fulfill this key element of our mission."
According to U.S. News & World Report, to identify law schools
where students are most likely to encounter classmates from different racial
or ethnic groups, U.S. News has created a diversity index based on the total
proportion of minority students-not including international students-and
the mix of racial and ethnic groups on campus.
The index is calculated using demographic data reflecting each law
school's student body during the 2009-2010 academic year, including both
full- and part-time students. The groups that form the basis for the calcula-
tions are African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, American Indians,
and non-Hispanic whites. The formula produces a diversity index that
ranges from 0.0 to 1.0. The closer a school's number is to 1.0, the more
diverse is the student population. Law schools that enroll a large proportion
of students from one ethnic group, even if it is a minority group, do not score
high in this index.
To be included in the ranking, a law school must be accredited by the
American Bar Association. The FAMU College of Law received full accred-
itation from the ABA in July 2009, and was provisionally accredited from
2004 to 2009. Because student-body ethnic diversity data are not consis-
tently compiled and reported as yet for other types of graduate schools,
U.S. News & World Report has prepared a diversity table only for law
schools.
The FAMU College of Law was founded in 1949 on the main campus
in Tallahassee. After graduating 57 lawyers, the law school was closed by
the state of Florida in 1968. The Florida Legislature voted to reopen the law
school in 2000 and Orlando was selected as the location. The re-estab-
lished FAMU College of Law opened its doors in 2002 and is now housed
in a state-of-the-art facility in downtown Orlando's Parramore neighbor-
hood. The FAMU College of Law received full accreditation from the
American Bar Association in July 2009, and is ranked number one in the
nation for Diversity by U.S. News & World Report.


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GEMINI
Control those desires to cast
your fate to the wind. You will
be able to contribute a great
deal to organizations that you
join. Your home environment
may be hectic, which could
result in emotional upset if you
aren't well organized. Your
partner will blow situations
out of proportion.

% i IRGO
Join a choir or a drama club.
You may be considering mov-
ing to larger quarters.
Insincere gestures of friendli-
ness are likely to occur.
Expressing yourself in novel
ways should lead you down
new avenues. Your emotions
may get the better of you.

SAGITTARIUS
If you can't get away, make
plans to do something spe-
cial with friends or rela-
tives. Your creative talent
may well be recognized by
others this week You have
to believe in yourself and
your talents. You can meet
a new romantic partner or
secure the love connection
you already have by going
out and entertaining your-
self.
-- PIECES

Sit tight. Things aren't as bad
as they appear. You may find
that depression is causing you
to feel lonely and insecure.
You would be wise to social-
ize with as many people as
possible. Your nerves are
frazzled.


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SPORTS


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Orlando, FL -Tests showed Wednesday that Tiger
Woods is suffering from an inflamed neck joint that
causes pain and makes it hard to turn his head, an
injury that will require more than medicine, massaging
and resting. Mr. Woods had an MRI that revealed
inflammation in a facet joint of his neck. His website
states that when facet joints are inflamed, it causes pain
in the area along with headaches and difficulty rotating
the head.
Tiger withdrew in the final round of The Players
Championship Sunday after a week in which had been
stretching and rolling his neck.
Woods said this not something that just happened,
he said his neck had been bothering him since before
he returned from a five month layoff at the Masters and
that it was not related to the November 27th car acci-
dent when he ran into a tree.
"I now need to take care of this condition and will
return to playing golf when I'm physically able,"
Woods said on his website,tigerwoods.com.
Woods said treatment will include physical therapy,
such as soft-tissue massage, rest and anti-inflammatory
medicine. He said the prognosis was for a full recovery,
and while the layoff is not expected to be long, rehab
can vary.
Woods said in a news conference this week that
he hoped to be able to defend his title at the
Memorial Tournament presented by Morgan
Stanley, which starts June 3 at Muirfield Village.
His next tournament
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S. y out swing coach
Hank Haney, who
stepped, aside
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Vijay Singh (Fiji)


Tiger Wood withdrew I've been playing with a bad neck
for quite a while I've been playing through it I can playy
trough it anymore just the right side I might have a
bulging disk I am going to get a picture next week what
caused it? I don't know. I know playing doesn't help it
setting up over the ball is fine, but once I start making
the motion, it's downhill from there


Regina Ford, Robert Crawford, Ayanna Stevens, and
Nicole Timley.


Rev. Dr. Leonard Small, |,I; .-. ,
President WSLT FM 88.5, I .-- '' ,,';. '. "- -. '
Jesup, GA Melanie Lawson, TV anchor with Travis Powell


John Sneed, Fort Valley, GA
Malachi Knowles, Publisher Golf Fore Anyone, Inc.

JACKSONVILLE BLUEWAVES

PREPARE FOR FIRST HOME GAME

JACKSONVILLE,
Fla., May 13, 2010- After
earning a win (116-112) in
its first game in franchise
.. history in an away game
V.,, (, against the Florida Flight,
the Jacksonville
Bluewaves are preparing
for their first home game
JACKSONVILLE Saturday, May 15 against
BLUJEWV ES the Marietta Storm.
Tip off for this
Saturday's game against
the Storm is scheduled for
2 p.m. in the Edward Waters College gymnasium (1859 Kings Road 32209).
Tickets are on sale now and will be sold on game day at $3 for children ages 5-12,
$5 for military and students and $8 for adults.
"This is the real deal. We are ready to show our hometown what we can do," said
General Manager and Coach of the Jacksonville Bluewaves, Kevin Waters. "We
have a great group of guys and our fans can count on us to put on a great show."
Pre-game festivities begin at 1:45 p.m. with the singing of the national anthem
by local R&B artist Akia Uwanda and player introductions. During halftime, fans
will be treated to a performance by the Systematic Dance Crew, winners of the Best
Hip Hop Dance Crew on BET's106 & Park, and the music of DJ Skillz. Throughout
the game, fans will also have the chance to be selected from the audience to compete
in on-court games for prizes and giveaways.
"If you are looking for something fun to do with your family, friends and/or
organization, this is it. We want everyone in attendance to enjoy the game, have a
good time and, more importantly, come back to Catch The Wave! next time," says
Waters.
The next home game for the Jacksonville Bluewaves is scheduled for Friday,
May 21 against the Florida Flight. Tip off is at 7 p.m.
For more information about the Jacksonville Bluewaves, tickets, players and
more, visit www.jacksonvillebluewaves.com.
About the Jacksonville Blue Waves
The Jacksonville Bluewaves organization is a part of the WBA (World
Basketball Association), whose goal is to develop basketball players for and expose
them to the NBA, NBDL, CBA and international scouts. In line with the goals of the
WBA, the Bluewaves organization also serves as a training ground to develop pro-
fessional players, coaches and personnel on and off the court. It places an emphasis
on fundamental and career development, community involvement and education.


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Co>' Art ,f Hair Barber Shop is again proud to show case
the follocAing Honor Roll Students who have worked hard to
achieve this goal. We are still encouraging all students to
work hard and get a good education. We are continuing to
encourage all p1:arents to take an active role in their chil-
dren's education
LIT- OF HONORUEE-


1. Jaden Brown A & B Honor Roll
S.A Hull Elementary
2. Cedric Granger A & B Honor Roll
Garden City Elementary
3. Jordan James A & B Honor Roll
Trinity Christian Academy
4. Darien Levant A & B Honor Roll
The Potter's House Christian Academy
5. Joseph Hopkins II- A & B Honor Roll
Garden City Elementary
6. Joshua James A Honor Roll
Trinity Christian Academy
Thank You.
Hubert Cox


REGISTER

NOW FOR


JUNE ACT TEST
IOWA CITY, IOWA-Registration is now open for the June 12, 2010 ACT
achievement test. Students who wish to take the college admission and placement
exam must register before May 7, 2010.
The ACT is a curriculum-based achievement exam. It tests what students
have actually learned in school, not their aptitude for learning. The ACT also meas-
ures what students need to know to be ready for entry-level college-credit courses
based on ACT College Readiness StandardsTM. Every student's results can be tied
directly to these consistent standards.
The ACT has four sections-English, mathematics, reading and science--
and takes about three hours to complete. Students who take the ACT Plus Writing
complete an optional writing test that requires an additional 30 minutes. Unlike
other exams, students are not penalized for guessing or answering all the questions
on each test section. In fact, it is beneficial for test takers to answer all questions
within the time allowed.

14TH ANNUAL AMERICAN BLACK FILM
FESTIVAL

The 14th .Annual American Black Film Festival
(ABFF), will be held in Miami, Florida, from June 23
through 26, 2010. ABFF introduces the top echelon
of emerging artists to the film and television indus-
try and promotes cultural diversity within the motion
picture industry by strengthening the Black filmmak-
ing community through resource sharing, educa-
tion, artistic collaboration and career development.
Film showcases, special contests, workshops and
parties are always a highlight of the festival. Actor
Idris Elba has been named this year's ambassador
For tickets and festival information please visit
IDRIS ELBA abff.com.


YCC- HOPE LIVES HERE
CELEBRATING OUR 36TH ANNIVERSARY

Residential shelter care for teens who are runaways,
throw aways, or homeless.
Family Link counseling program for families in crisis.
Touchstone Village is long-term residential care offering
Transitional and Independent Living training for young
people ages 15-23 who are homeless or in foster care.

Youth Crisis Center
3015 Parental Home Road
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904-725-6662
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ME Wi-'-. -i then score report, AC 1 scores .re jccept-
ed by all four-year colleges and universi-
ties across the United States. ACT reports scores only when requested to do so by
the student. Additional score reports are available for a small fee.
All students complete a detailed inventory of questions during ACT registra-
tion. Each test taker receives an ACT score report that includes a wide variety of
information to assist with high school course selection, college readiness, career
planning, and college admissions.
The cost for the ACT test without writing is $32. When combined with the
optional ACT Writing Test, the total cost is $47. Students who qualify may apply for
a fee waiver through their high school counselor.
The ACT website, www.actstudent.org, has helpful information, free sample
items, and options to order inexpensive test prep materials to assist test takers get
ready for the exam. However, the best preparation is to take rigorous core courses
in school, study hard, and learn the academic skills needed in college.
Most students register online at www.actstudent.org. Students may also pick
up registration forms from their high school counseling offices; these forms must be
postmarked by May 7, 2010. Late registration is available until May 21, 2010 for an
extra fee.


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