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Fkueqxgt{"Cdqwv"Hktg"Uchgv{"hqt"Ejknftgp"cpf"Gnfgtn{ According to the United States Fire Administration reports, 3,000 to 5,000 people die in fires. This figure includes 800 children, nine and younger, and 1,200 seniors. Career firefighter, Captain Greg Lawler, knows that many children and the elderly have difficulty opening windows and with only three minutes to escape a flaming house fire, they are trapped. Now, because most fires happen at night and most people cannot open windows, which is the most difficult, he created a device called Life Lift that attaches to the lift rail or ledge of any window. Also available are handles for wood windows without a sash. Steve Harvey wrote a book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man.Ž The book became a best seller. Now Shanae Hall and Rhonda Frost, her mother, have gotten together and written a retort to Steve Harveys book. They say that when it comes to men acting badly, it is up to you, the female, to change their game. This mother-daughter team whose combined experience in marriage, divorce, and dating has involved men from the NBA, NFL and Hollywood, to everyday, normal guys. The book, Why Do I Have To Think Like A Man? will hit the market in November. The former NFL wife who became a radio and t television personality passes on her relationship experience in Why Do I Have To Think Like a Man? Her book focuses on How to Think Like a Lady and Still Get the Man. There is a bonus chapter in the book in response to Steve Harveys Straight Talk, No Chaser. The mother-daughter team say there book was created from their straight talk. Georgia residents are furious about the federal stimulus money that was provided the state to create jobs and hold on to those who wanted and needed jobs, being returned. The report says Georgia left hundreds of jobs unfilled in the Adult Subsidized Program through the federal government in early 2009. It was there for employers to hire new employees and have the federal government pay for 80% of those employees wages. According to the report, Georgia applied for and was allowed about $20 million dollars, but only half of the money was actually spent and the program has now expired. It is believed that the money was not used so that those who were against the stimulus money and the present administration, could still have residents complain about the many unemployed in the state and what they termed spending their grandchildrens money while getting the country deeper in debt. If the money had been used, as proposed, the economy would have been boosted also because people would have had money to spend. Using this kind of strategy helps one to see why citizens throughout the United States are angry. But you think you are angry now, wait until after election if the present administration gets more of the no votes in the house and senate. This show even more why it is so important to vote on November 2, 2010, beginning in October. If the Recovery Act is cancelled, as proposed by the Republicans, the country will witness higher taxes for families and businesses, layoffs for teachers and construction workers, even though critics have been filling the airwaves claiming that the best thing for the economy and the American public is to cancel the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The October 2, 2010 march One Nation Working Together,Ž which was much larger than the August march was intended to help Americans learn the truth so that the progress made can conClifford Miller Jr. of Gainesville had a very troubled life as neighbors and associates knew. However, they never saw him as a person at 24 years of age, who would kill his father, Clifford Miller Sr., 52; drive within a three mile radius, shot five other people and then end his own life. According to Gainesville police, Miller knew all of his victims. Four of the five originally were in critical condition and it is possible that no one will ever know what sent him out on his shooting spree. The other shooting spree victims were Paul Anthony Sr., 43, Cedric Joiner, 36; Vincent Sallet, 43; Lloyd Dunn, 67; and Anthony Mitchell, 43. Both Lloyd and Anthony have been released from the hospital. According to reports, Miller used a .38 caliber revolver, firing from his red pickup truck. After many telephone calls about the shooting, Alachua County and Gainesville police were already looking for Miller. He was located in his pickup in the driveway of Frederick Wilson, who believes that Miller came to his house so that he could identify him for the police. Miller earlier, had been transferred to the mental health court where persons who are diagnosed with mental health conditions are sent if they are suspected of committing minor crimes. 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Judge Caram Steeh in Detroit said the mandate to get insurance by 2014 and the financial penalty for skipping coverage are legal. He said the bill, signed by the president will lower the overall cost of insurance by required participation. This suit that was heard, was filed by four individuals. In Florida, the suit was filed by 20 states. A decision on whether to dismiss the case is expected by October 14. 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With the Recovery Act, weve started to reverse nearly a decades worth of failed economic policies and rebuild our economy on a new foundation that puts the middle class first. Those failed policies of the past focused on cutting taxes for millionaires and billionaires. They starved clean energy, research and technology projects of working capital, putting America years behind in the innovation race, and neglected Americas critical infrastructure, allowing the roads, rails and bridges we need to be competitive to deteriorate. Small businesses couldnt gain access to the capital they needed to grow and American factories closed their doors as more manufacturing moved abroad. And, most devastating, those failed policies caused the fastest decline in jobs in decades, with an average 750,000 Americans losing their jobs each month by the time we took office. Today, the Recovery Act is helping reverse that slide and put our economy back on firm footing. € The Recovery Act immediately cut taxes for 95 percent of working families, giving 110 million hard-hit families a boost in their paychecks each week. € The Recovery Act is bringing new life to cutting-edge projects and is planting seed money to launch whole new industries so we can lead the world in innovation. € The Recovery Act is rebuilding tens of thousands of Americas highways, ports, rails and bridges to help spur local economic growth and make it easier to move American products in the global marketplace. € The Recovery Act is helping nearly 70,000 small businesses not only stay alive, but expand and hire, by providing nearly $30 billion in small business loan assistance. € The Recovery Act is helping American factories re-open and re-invent so that we can be more competitive than ever before in the global marketplace and make the best products in the world right here at home. € And, most importantly, the Recovery Act has put 3 million Americans to work that would be unemployed had we not acted and now our economy is adding private sector jobs instead of losing them. But if Republicans in Congress had their way, none of this progress would have been made. They opposed the Recovery Act from the beginning and have sat on the sidelines rooting for failure ever since. To this day, they still believe we would be better off had we not acted. Better off with 3 million more Americans out of work. Better off with tens of thousands more roads and bridges still in decay. Better off with 70,000 more small businesses struggling to stay open. Better off with middle class families hung out to dry. And they not only believe wed be better off if wed done nothing but they say that if given the opportunity, theyd take us right back to the exact same policies that got us into this mess in the first place. Weve come a long way since this recession took hold … and we still need to do more. This economic crisis was a decade in the making and were not going to reach full recovery overnight. We have to build on the progress weve made with the Recovery Act and do more of whats working to counter a recession this deep. Thats why the President has continued to lay out additional measures to rebuild our economy … investments in infrastructure, tax cuts for small businesses, incentives to spur American innovation. And we hope Republicans will finally stop obstructing progress and join us as we work to repair the damage they caused over the last decade. But America faces a clear choice right now: Do we return to the failed policies of the past decade, settling for a slow decline, where we keep losing jobs to our competitors and middle-class families keep losing ground? Or do we continue to build on the progress made with the Recovery Act so that we once again have a growing economy and a thriving middle-class? Do we slide backward or move forward? 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THE CHRISTIA GIRLS CLUB MIISTRIES will celebrate our 20th Anniversary on December 3rd & 4th, 2010 at The Hyatt Regency-Jacksonville Riverfront in beautiful downtown Jacksonville, Florida. Thanks to the community for your prayers and participation during our past 19 years. Were asking that all members who have worked with this organization in the past 19 years, and wish to participate in our Grand Celebration of Life, please contact us at 904-398-8517. MT. SIAI MISSIOARY BAPTIST CHURCH will present Florida Memorial University Ambassador Chorale and Gospel Choir of Miami, FL in their Annual Concert, Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary of the church, under the direction of Mel White. Rev. R. L. Gundy is Pastor, and the church is located at 2036 Silver St. A cordial invitation is extended to the community to attend and enjoy a spirit filled performance. For more information, call 354-7249. THE BAPTIST MIISTERS WIVES AD WIDOWS of Jacksonville, Duval and adjacent Counties will celebrate their Anniversary on October 18, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the Jerusalem Baptist Church on Old St. Augustine Rd. Rev. Brian Campbell, Pastor, Sister Vermel Sims, President, and Sister Betty Glanton, Reporter. EW BETHLEHEM MISSIOARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1824 Prospect St., is having their 91st Church Anniversary The Motto is: Restoring Our Faith, Family, & Fellowship In God.Ž The Church Banquet is Fri, Oct 24th at 4:00 p.m. at the Cypress Community Center, 4012 University Blvd., N; Praise ight Service is Thur, Nov 11th at 7:00 p.m.; Visiting Churches ight is Fri, Nov 12th at 7:00 p.m.; Sunday School on Sun, Nov 14th at 9:30 a.m., Morning Service at 11:00 a.m. and Youth Explosion at 4:00 p.m. For more information, call Deacon Keith at (904) 764-9879. Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus. UITARIA UIVERSALIST CHURCH OF JACKSOVILLE -7405 Arlington Exprwy, with Rev. Ron Hersom, minister and Henson Markham, music director. Sunday, October 3, 2010 at 10:45 a.m. Christopher Randolph, baritone, Bonita Wyke, piano; Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 10:45 a.m. Rob Tudor, baritone, Brent Bevis, guitar; Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 10:45 a.m. Anne McKennon, Caroline Sampson, flutes; Peter and the Wolf; The Joyful Singers, Sharon Scholl, director; Sunday October 24, 2010 at 10:45 a.m. Maria Pena, soprano; David Gall, flute; and Sunday, October 31, 2010 at 10:45 a.m. Timothy Edwards, violin; Jeanne Huebner, Henson Markham, piano; Saint-Saens: Dance Macabre; Bach: Cantabile. For more information call (904) 725-8133. JACKSOVILLE, FL (AREA DEATHS)ADAMS, Gleena V., 87, died October 5, 2010. BLUE Rachel Benjamin of Gainesville, 65, died October 4, 2010. BOOTH Elise Adams Rattray of Gainesville, died October 3, 2010. BROOKS Clarence G., funeral services were October 8, 2010. BRUSO Theo S., 69, died October 5, 2010. COOK Phillip, 63, died August 19, 2010. SIGMUD Elder Shirley, died October 5, 2010. FREEMA Regina Samone Pusha, died October 5, 2010. Alphonso West Mortuary, Inc. KEARSE Michael Paul, funeral services were October 9, 2010. LAMAR Perthone Alfred, 68, died September 22, 2010. MATHIS Reatha Mae, 88, died October 4, 2010. MILLER Teresa Renae Carter, 50, died October 5, 2010. MORGA Kendall Danielle, 17, died October 3, 2010. EWMA Eugene F., Jr., 63, died September 29, 2010. OEAL Mrs. Jewell Allen, 62, died October 5, 2010. RHODE Tony, 66, died October 2, 2010. ROBISO Josiah Joe,Ž died September 29, 2010. SADERSO Mark, 62, died September 26, 2010. TURER Theresa J., 70, died September 28, 2010. WATERS Helen Bunk, 90, died October 5, 2010. WILLIAMS Elder Lora J., 48, died October 5, 2010. WILLIS Raymond B., 57, died October 2, 2010. WORTHIGTO Mildred Woods, 92, died October 5, 2010.~ ~GEORGIA DEATHS TATE, Anthony LaShawn, Jr., 19, died September 30, 2010. Historic Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church 201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475 Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor Sunday Worship Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 a.m. Church School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 p.m. Wednesday Glory HourŽ Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10:00 a.m. Jehovah JirehŽ Bible Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 p.m. 2nd & 4th Thursday Young at Heart Ministry . . . . . .10:00 a.m. Friday Joy Explosion Ministry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 p.m. The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With UsŽ ew Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208Sunday School ƒ..............ƒƒƒƒƒƒ..9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Intercessory Prayer...............ƒ..10:45 a.m. Morning Worship ......................11:00 a.m. Youth Church 2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study ................ 7:00 p.m. Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus (904) 764-5727 Church GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVIE HOLIESS CHURCHThe Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyŽBishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586Sunday School.......................................................................................9:30 a.m. Morning Worship.................................................................................11:00 a.m. Tuesday................................................Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m. Thursday...............................................................................Joy Night,7:00 p.m.Email: Gospell75@aol.com Website: Greaterelbethel.org Faith In Our CommunitySchedule of Events and ServicesPAGE A-3 THE STAR OCTOBER 9, 2010 Tune In To IMPACT IMPACTTuesday and Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.WCGL-AM 1360The Florida Star and Impact Striving To Make A Difference! Clara McLaughlin Host Yvonne Brooks Co-Host Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: info@thefloridastar.com Ask Us About OurALPHONSO WEST MORTUARY, INC.4409 Soutel Dr. Jacksonville, FL 32208 Tel: (904) 766-9671 Fax: (904) 766-2354 DIRECTORSDeborah West Alphonso West Jacqueline Y. Bartley If there had been a death in your family yesterday, what would you be doing today?FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED Since 1988Pre-eed ForeThought Funeral Planning ProgramIm sorry to have to tell you this...Ž CHURCH Paynes Chapel A.M.E. Church2200 Albany Street, P.O. Box 759, Brunswick, GA 31520 (912) 261-9555 Rev. Richard Hutcherson, Pastor Worship Opportunities: Sunday Church School A Life Changing ExperienceŽ . . 9:15 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship Service . . . . . . 11:00 a.m. Church at Study (Weekly Bible Study) Monday Nights . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 8:30 p.m. Join Us as We Study the Word of God and Enrich Our Souls! DEATH DEATH OTICES OTICES INTRODUCE YOUR CHURCH HERECALL (904) 766-8834and ask for Liz In Loving Memory of DORRELL LOWE Dec 13, 1948 Oct 9, 2005Dorrell, youve been gone five years, but it seems like yesterday. You are forever in our thoughts, we take comfort in knowing that youre at peace. When we see the beauty and simplicity of a flower, it reminds us of your smile and loving spirit, a warm breeze reminds us of your gentle touch. The thoughts and memories of the love, happy times and family times are forever etched in our hearts. Youre loved and missed by all: husband, Jesse Lowe; sisters, Margret, Carolyn, Brenda, and Latonya; and aunt, Orrie Sneed.

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L LIFE IFES STYLE TYLE A4 C M Y K Socially SpeakingBy Betty Asque Davis / Photos by J. Carl Davis, Sr. Theres Always Something Happening On The First CoastŽ Theres Always Something Happening On The First CoastŽPAGE A-4THE STAROctober 09, 2010(Unless otherwise specified) Thank you for sharing your events and stories for the column each week! Because of you readers are there with you each week. For column entries you may contact me directly at 904-571-1182, Toll Free Fax 866-488-6407 or by e-mail at: badavis@watsonrealtycorp.comSEE YOU IN THE PAPER SEE YOU IN THE PAPER ! I BESEECH you therefore brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy acceptable unto God, which your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world; but be yet transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is good and acceptable and the perfect will of God. ƒRomans 12:1-2 The University Center at the University of North Florida was filled to capacity recently when friends and family gathered for the Celebration of Service and Ministry honoring Presiding Elder Robert L. Mitchell and Consultant Mrs. Deloris Middlebrooks Mitchell. And it was indeed a celebration beyond all measure! Reverend Dr. Robert Lenton Mitchell as a Christian, Student, Musician, Educator, Administrator, College President, Preacher, Presiding Elder, Church and Community Advocate, Husband, and Father always with his lovely wife Mrs. Deloris Mitchell, a devoted Wife, loving Mother, supportive Friend, Educator and diligent Servant of the Lord have committed themselves to service in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the F irst Coast and the Florida community for over five decades. Through the years Presiding Elder, a Jacksonville, FL native, graduated from Florida A. & M. University with both the Bachelor and Master Degrees. In 1970, Dr. Mitchell became one of the first two African Americans to receive Doctoral degrees from Florida State University and the first to earn a Ph.D. in Educ ational Administration. His love of music and vocal skills garnered him membership in the FAMU College Quartet joining Robert Anders, Reverend Eugene White and the late Dr. Benjamin Groomes. This sam e quartet volunteered to serve in the U.S. Army and with the intervention of the late Dr. George Gore, the president of FAMU; they were able to remain together during their Army years. Th ey performed both nationally and internationally before their discharge and return to FAMU to complete their studies, thus keeping their promise to Dr. Gore, Return to FAMU and complete your studies when you have finished their Army tour of duty.Ž Dr. Mitchell would later organize and direct the Duval County Teachers Ensemble that was featured on the Sunday Morning Ken Knight Televisio n Show. As an educator Dr. Mitchell served Florida State University, Mississippi Valley State University, University of North Florida i n several capacities, and was the 24th President of Edward Waters College. His pastorates have included AME Church of the Master, Greater Payne Chapel, Historic Mount Zion, Collins Chapel and New Fountain Chapel, later being elevated to Presiding Elder. The Edward Waters Concert Choir performs Mesdames LaVonne Burnett, Dr, Norma Solomon White and Bertha Padgett Reverend Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Mitchell A Celebration of Service and Ministry The Williamses Dr. Barbara and John Darby with The Right Reverend Webster Reverend and Mrs. Ernest Lane Mesdames Pamela Adams, Francina Dunbar, Louise Huey and Mary Brown Reverend and Mrs. Kenny Irby Reverend Dr. R. L. Mitchell Speaks; Reverend Dr. R. L. Mitchell as President at EWC; Dr. R. L. Mitchell a First at FSU Mesdames Rita Perry and Betty Asque Davis Reverend and Mrs. Mark Griffin www.SouthernWomensShow.com !"!#$" Food | Fashion | Celebrity Guests Health | Beauty | Lifestyle Text LIVE to 72239 for a chance to win a $250 shopping spree!

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PAGE A-6 THE STAR OCTOBER 09, 2010 ENTERTAINMENT She has literally spent her entire life growing up in front of a camera and needs no introduction to any TV viewer who has sat in front of the small screen anytime over the past twenty years. Raven Symone has had the staying power that very few child actors ever achieve. Her stint on The Cosby ShowŽ as baby Olivia was phenomenal enough as she astounded millions with an acting aplomb befitting a child three times her age but she has repeated this scenario in every stage of her career. Her Disney show Thats So RavenŽ was so popular with the Disney Channel viewers that they extended it one more season past what they usually do for a Disney show. Symones Cheetah GirlsŽ movies with their gold and doubleplatinum albums in addition to her other movies and solo albums have kept her on top of the game and she shows no signs of slowing down. Symones latest project is a ground breaker as well. She is the voice of Iridessa in the newly DVD release Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy RescueŽ for Disney Home Entertainment. This is another historical Disney first (like the first Black Disney Princes Tiona) as Symones character is new. Iridessa is a light fairy and African-American for the worldwide institutional Tinker Bell franchise. When asked whats the appeal to doing animation vs. on camera work, Symone responds, I like it a lot because I dont have to put on make-up, I can go to work in my pajamas. I get to act super crazy and no one really gets to see me. I get to voice a character that is adorable and controls the sun pretty much, so thats cool.Ž Symone adds, Iridessa is actually the first African-American character that Disney created.Ž When preparing for this role, Symone laughs, I practice my fairy voice (she mimics a high voice), and then I showed up and they were like thats not going to work, we just want to hear your voice, heres what the character is, and thats fine for me. The character was well thought out before hand. She was drawn with all of her little antics already in the mix on the script. So all I had to do was just put a little mi mi mill on it and its cool when you come into a situation like that because you see the dream before it is actually realized. Unlike when you do Thats So RavenŽ for instance or any of the other characters, you do have to come from scratch and see what part of you, you want to reveal but she (Iridessa) was very easy.Ž If she had real life magical powers how would Symone use them? She laughs, Id be an alchemist. Most definitely I would be creating gold. Everyone needs cash for gold and we all need our gold back.Ž She adds, Buy gold!Ž In describing the nature of a fairy Symone expresses, Fairies co-insides with humans. Inside her (Tinker Bell) she has this innate power to tinkŽ or tinker.Ž Everyone has a talent, a dream inside of them. In the first Tinker Bell DVD they show how you choose that. They put a bunch of stuff in front of you and what ever illuminates comes to life.Ž Then she jokes, Like in real life, my parents put me in front of a piano with lessons and said oops, thats not illuminating!Ž Raven SymoneContinues To Break New Ground!By Rych McCain/feedbackrych@sbcglobal.net Photos Courtesy Disney Home Entertainment Raven Symoneas Iridessa Photo courtesy of Disney

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OCTOBER 9, 2010 THE STAR PAGE B-1 LOCAL LOCAL SECTIONSECTIONB B The Star B1 C M Y K FLORIDA / GEORGIA The Buffalo Soldiers from Marianna, FL, Kelvin Pope, Emmett Hill, Will Bavnes, Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Leon Kelly, Aaron Granberry, Lamont Granberry, and Alexandria Mandrakis The Buffalo Soldiers from Marianna, FL Felecia Hampshire, Vicki Kelter, Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Mike Kelter, Elder John ewman Grand Marshall, Bob Page, and Debbie Ricks 9TH ANNUAL SOUL FOOD FESTIVAL Photos by Frank M. Powell, III Photographer for The Florida Star Congresswoman Corrine Brown, ational Anthem song by 6 year old Tyler Lawson, Felecia Hampshire, and Mike Kelter. Velma Zeigler Community Choice Award and Mary Tuggles worked 46 year in the school system Clay Educator Jerry Williams and Congresswoman Corrine Brown

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Mainstage Series Concert, Jacoby Symphony Hall, Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. Opening Concert October 13, 2010. In Remembrance of a Dream January 19, 2011 Spring Concert April 27, 2011 Finale Concert June 8, 2011. Tickets will be available Online: www.ritzchamberplayers.org.| Call: Jacksonville Symphony Box Office (904) 354-5547. The Sapelo Island Cultural and Revitalization Society, Inc. ( SICARS) of Sapelo Island, GA will host its 16th annual Cultural Day Festival on Sapelo Island, GA on Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 9:00 am until 5:00 p.m.This event features all day cultural entertainment, story telling, dancing, cultural demonstrations, and arts and crafts. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children ages 6-12 yrs old. Tickets include transportation to and from Sapelo Island and transportation to and from the event site. Tickets are limited and must be purchased prior to the event. For a complete schedule of activities, and for ticket information, visit HYPERLINK "http://www.sapeloislandgeorgia.org" www.sapeloislandgeorgia.org. All press must register to attend this event by calling 912.485. 2197. PAGE B-2THE STAR OCTOBER 9, 2010 Andi K Reality vs. Illusion Reality is something that is unique to each and every one of us. What one person may perceive as normalŽ or comfortingŽ may be torturous to another. IF you have ever known anyone who was operating in an altered state of mind (i.e. on drugs, medication, drunk, schizoid, etc.), then you know just what I mean. I want to talk to you about YOUR reality today. What is your definition of what is real and valid in your life? And how do you go about expressing and living out this reality in your daily life? Do you allow other people to paint reality for you, or do you boldly define what it is? I ask these questions because many of us are in the first category: we allow external persons, places, events, and ideas to determine what is and is not our reality. Are you accepting another persons BS definition of love? Are you going to a job that you are overqualified to work? Do you dim your star to make others comfortable and less intimidated? If so, then you are living OUTSIDE of your reality. A lot of the suffering that we endure on a daily basis is CHOSEN. Yes, I said that! Often we choose to allow the details of our lives to overwhelm us and bring us to a point of no inspiration, and no real drive to succeed and be happy. Suffering occurs when we as individuals refuse to closely examine our definitions of reality and what we do and do not want in our lives. So, I challenge you today to ask yourself, Are you keeping it REAL with YOU?Ž Are you living the best life you can now? IF the answer is no, what is holding you back from doing so? Psychologists say that the mind is the most powerful drug on the planet. By this, they mean that the mind has the power to create and/or negate any and every reality and illusion known to humankind. Dont believe me? Close your eyes and visualize yourself on the Southernmost Shore of Antarctica. What are you wearing? Is it cold? Is there anyone else with you? That visual exercise alone is proof that you can create the illusion of Antarctica in your mind; because I am 99.9% sure none of us have ever been there. Dear friend, I encourage you to pursue your lifes desires and purposes NOW, because it is all we have. Dont live in someone elses reality telling yourself, Ill do what I want tomorrowŽ. Live fully in the present, and you will find yourself walking in reality. Practical Rituals: € Create a list of 10 questions for yourself about anything that has been concerning you lately, fold this paper and sleep with it under your pillow for as many as 3 nights. Sleeping on itŽ is a powerful way to gain the answers to the questions you have! € Examine your definitions of love, trust, honor, respect, and fulfillment. Do they need redefining? Have you been living in a way that is worthy of them? Journal about this experience The Art of Dating Community Activities By: Justin L. Mabrie, MBA The Idea Should Not Replace the Journey Transitions happen over time without distinct time durations nor assured progression. Hopeful thinking promotes you to do certain acts just as fear of success will inhibit a desired motivation. We often have an idea of a supreme relationship that we wish to form and grow. We often lust over the idea of having such an equally-yoked and fulfilling relationship. All of the right images and goals of this perfectly formatted relationship become intimidating deterrents to you actually starting the process of making this dream-thought to reality. It is possible for you to fall in love with the idea and then be confused and not knowing at what point you should begin to start the journey towards a building this hopeful love. It is okay to be motivated by thoughts but is not okay to allow anticipation to supersede participation. You must actively position yourself to receive and to be received. Only through trial and error, success and failure, can you know what it will feel like to be in a relationship fit for your needs. Fairytales are not to be mirror-reflected, but rather they are to be allowed as illustrations and standards of foundations from which to subtract and to add with efforts that match a reality that you and that special individual can create and live. It is not beneficial to place ideals on something unique as being in love or in a loving relationship. Fantasies are to be read and watched not fabricated and lived through dreams that may exist far from any efforts you may be putting into your relationship. However, it is suitable for wishful thinking to exist because it allows for the removal of limitations and subconscious parameters that hinder the blossoming of a relationship. If you find yourself only scrap booking images and endlessly talking about a dream mate without opportunity to define or give concrete hope to attainability, then you must stop yourself. (Note: Sometimes you have to stop so that you can start.) Start living and stop fantasizing: dont live through your friends and dont fall in love with the idea of love before you actively are participating in the precludes of love. You find, you date, you like, you enjoy. Only then will you find that you like to love your date whom you enjoy! Remember: Relationship carbon copies do not exist. Enjoy creating your own mold.Contact Justin at justinmabrie@aol.com or Justin L.Mabrie, 5000 Almeda Road, Houston, TX 77074 for insights and concerns. Ulysses W. Watkins, Jr., M.D. TENNIS ELBOW (EPICONDYLITIS) GENERAL INFORMATION DEFINITION: Inflammation of bony areas of the lbow. BODY PARTS INVOLVED: Elbow muscles, tendons and epicondyle (a bony prominence on the outside of the elbow where muscles of the forearm attach to the bone of the upper arm). SEX OR AGE MOST AFFECTED: Adults (20 to 40 years). SIGNS & SYMPTOMS *Pain and tenderness over the epicondyle. *Weak grip. *Pain when twisting the hand and arm, as in using a screwdriver or playing tennis. CAUSES: Partial tear in the tendon and attached covering of the bone caused by: *Chronic stress of the tissues that attach the forearm muscles to the elbow area. *Sudden strain of the forearm. RISK INCREASES WITH *Occupations that require strenuous or repetitive forearm movement, such as mechanics or carpentry. *Participation of sports that require strenuous or repetitive forearm movement, such as tennis. *Poor physical conditioning. HOW TO PREVENT *Dont play sports, such as tennis, for long periods until you are in excellent condition. Take frequent rest periods. *Tennis rackets can aggravate tennis elbow. Choosing a different size or type (larger, more flexible, larger grip) may help. *Get professional help if you are just learning tennis. Technique and conditioning are important in preventing injuries. *Do forearm conditioning exercises to build your strength gradually. *Warm up slowly and completely before participating in sports, especially before competition. WHAT TO EXPECT DIAGNOSTIC MEASURES *Your own observations of symptoms. *Medical History and physical exam by doctor. *Diagnostic tests are usually not necessary (x-rays are usually always negative). APPROPRIATE HEALTH CARE *Self-care after diagnosis. Treatment usually consists of medications and supportive care. *Doctors treatment. *Physical therapy. *If other methods of treatment fail, surgical release of the tendon at the epicondyle may be necessary. POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS: Complete ligament tear, requiring surgery to repair. PROBABLE OUTCOME: Usually curable, but treatment may require 3 to 6 months. HOW TO TREAT GENERAL MEASURES *Use heat or ice to relieve pain. Use warm soaks, a heat lamp or soak in a whirlpool or use cold compresses or ice packs (whichever seems to help to most). You may receive diathermy, ultrasound or massage treatments. These help bring quicker Symptoms relief and healing. *Massage therapy and manipulation. *You may need to wear a forearm splint to immobilize the elbow. Do the following exercise 3 or 4 times a day while wearing the splint. Stretch the arm, flex your wrist, then press the back of your hand against the wall. Hold for 1 minute. *Consider using a tennis-elbow strap when you resume normal activity after treatment. MEDICATIONS: Your doctor may prescribe: *Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce inflammation. *Injections of anesthetics or cortisone drugs. Cortisone reduces inflammation and anesthetics temporarily relieves pain. Caution: Repeated injections may weaken the muscle ligament ACTIVITY: Dont repeat the activity that caused tennis elbow until symptoms disappear. Then resume your normal activities gradually after proper conditioning. DIET: No special diet. CALL YOUR DOCTOR IF You have symptoms of tennis elbow. Symptoms dont improve in 2 weeks, despite treatment. Health Notes Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area. Discover your best selfŽ

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PAGE B-3 THE STAR OCTOBER 09, 2010 Your WeeklyHOROSCOPEOctober 4, 2010 October 10, 2010 ARIES TAURUS Listen, but don't make any rash decisions. Colleagues may try to undermine you when talking to superiors. Club memberships or donations could be expensive and prove unnecessary. this week will be hectic. GEMINI CANCER LEO VIRGO PISCES AQUARIUS CAPRICORN SAGITTARIUS SCORPIO LIBRA Entertainment should include the whole family or a lot of your friends. You will find that uncertain individuals will want to draw you into joint ventures. You'll find it easy to meet new people. Hidden assets can be doubled if you play your cards correctly. Spend some time with the one you love. Pleasure trips will be satisfying. Try not to hurt your partner's feelings. You are best to be accommodating for the time being. Sudden romantic infatuations won't be lasting. You can bet that someone in a higher position is watching to see how busy you are. Your emotional reaction will be dependent upon your partner's responsiveness. You may find that your anger stems from lending or borrowing money. Discord may arise with someone you're close to. You can make career moves that will bring you a much higher income. You need time to rejuvenate. Lovers may prove unworthy of your affection. Traffic will be busier than you anticipated, so try to get a head start if you have made plans to travel. Things at home may be somewhat rocky. Make sure any presentation you have is ready. Family outings should include visiting friends or relatives. You will have to do a lot of running around, so be prepared to fall short of your expectations. You can make money but not through harebrained schemes or gambling. You can stabilize your personal relationship if you're willing to communicate honestly. Be quiet about your intentions or ideas that might bring added cash. You will be in an overly generous mood this week. I Don't let siblings put pressure on you. Don't hesitate to talk to your partner about rekindling your relationship. Try to do your job and then leave. You can have quite the romantic ad venture if you take time to get to know your mate all over again. You may find that female colleagues will be more help than you anticipated. You can accomplish a lot if you direct your thoughts toward starting your own small business on the side. Emotional situations could bring out your stubborn nature. You are best to deal with those outside your family. Risks will not be profitable. Try to bend to their wishes if you want to avoid conflict. Confusion regarding other people's money and joint ventures will come to a head. Someone you live with will get angry if you are neglecting your duties. You have your own family to consider as well. Go after your professional goals. Do your chores and get on with the things you enjoy doing. You will need to work diligently in order to accomplish even the smallest amount. Some of the best opportunities will crop up if you keep an open mind. Your intellectual charm will entice new love interests. You may find yourself in the midst of a pretty good deal. New romantic partners may attend a function that puts you in the limelight. You can make drastic changes in your professional direction this week. Your stability will aid you in getting support from your fellow workers. Sheriff's Office BEST WESTERN STRONG ARMED ROBBERY5 October 2010 A male suspect is being sought in connection with a strong armed robbery that occurred at a S.R. 16/I-95 motel (Best Western) room Saturday afternoon. The 41-year old Kentucky female victim told deputies that she was standing on the balcony with the room door opened when the unknown male subject walked into the room. The victim thought the subject was a hotel employee and did not pay attention to him right away. She said she looked back into the room and the subject was in the bathroom area looking around and she thought it suspicious and confronted the subject. The subject mumbled a few words, grabbed her purse and ran out of the room. The suspect left behind a plastic grocery bag with trash inside. Several male subjects, who were with the victim but down stairs at the time, began to chase the subject but were unable to locate him as he was last seen running in a southeast direction. Deputies checked the area but were not able to locate the suspect who was described by the victim as a black male wearing a red shirt and long shorts. A newer model turquoise/aqua colored Dodge Challenger was spotted in the area at the time of the alleged incident. The victim reported that her purse and $3,000 were missing from the room. Anyone with any information concerning this subject is asked to contact Robbery/Homicide Detectives at the St. Johns County Sheriffs Office at (904) 824-8304. You can also remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a cash reward by calling CrimeStoppers of N.E. Florida at 1-(888) 277-TIPS (8477). The investigation is continuing.WANTED***Ali Lamont Perkins***WANTEDAggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, 60Ž, 175 pounds, 20 years old, ONE MILLION DOLLAR BOND. Known to hang out in the Moncrief area, Cleveland Arms, Grand Park and other Northwest Jacksonville areas. His hair may be like the picture or he may have twists rights now. Anyone with any information about the identity or whereabouts of the suspect is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office at 904-630-0500 or email us at JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org. To remain anonymous and receive a possible reward, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS or email them at rewards@fccrimestoppers.com.PAL Charity FundraiserAll proceeds benefit the athletic programs of the Police Athletic League. Tickets are available for purchase now through Nov. 5, 2010. For more information please go to www.jaxsheriff.org and click on PAL Charity Fundraiser under the Community Involvement section.Cheez It Bandit ARRESTED! Click to JSOs website to see all of the details!From Actual Police Reports From Actual Police ReportsDid You Hear About?... Did You Hear About?... EDITORS NOTE: All suspects are deemed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. The Sheriffs Office reports are a matter of public record. The Star seeks to educate the community in the hope of keeping our community safe. Purse Snatching suspects8 October 2010Two men have been identified and are in custody on other charges and have been named in connection with a strong armed robbery of an 86-year old woman last week. The incident occurred at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday when deputies responded to a S.R. 312 business (Hobby Lobby) in reference to a report of a robbery. The victim stated that as she came out of the store two male subjects approached her and one of them grabbed her purse. The victim stated that she attempted to retain the purse, but the suspect snatched it from her grasp causing the strap to tear. The two fled on foot. Robbery/Homicide Detectives began the investigation and were led to a possible suspect who matched the description of a suspect wanted in a robbery in West Augustine nearly a month ago (06 September). That suspect, identified as Joshua Obadiah Kirkley, 19, 48 Crookshank Dr., was positively identified by the victim of the robbery in early September and an arrest warrant was obtained. Kirkley was arrested Friday evening by deputies on that warrant which carried a bond of $100,000. Kirkley was served the second warrant for the strong armed robbery this (Monday) afternoon. That warrant carries a $10,000 bond. It was also believed that Kirkley was wearing a necklace that was allegedly stolen in the West Augustine robbery in the surveillance video at Hobby Lobby. The second suspect, identified as Alan Lamar Jackson, 32, 2 Christopher St., was arrested in Volusia County on Saturday in a stolen vehicle that was entered by St. Augustine Police. He is the suspect who allegedly grabbed the 86-year old female victims purse and fled last Wednesday. The arrest warrant is for a of robbery by sudden snatching and carries a bond of $100,000. Joshua Kirkley Alan Jackson

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In Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 8:00 PM, the No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide rolled all over the No. 7 ranked Florida Gators in front of 101,821 fans for a win, 31-6. In the highly anticipated first meeting since Floridas loss to the Alabama Tide in the SEC Championship game (32-13) last season and Alabamas eventual national football championship, the Crimson Tide demonstrated why they are ranked number 1. The Tide took the first possession of the game down the field against the Gators and scored a field goal with 9:28 left in the first quarter. The Gators tried to respond in the next possession but quarterback John Brantley was intercepted on a 4th down and goal play by Alabama defender Nico Johnson with 2:21 left in the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, the Tide lit up the scoreboard with 21 more points to which the Gators could only muster a field goal in response. At the half, the Tide led, 24-3. In the 3rd quarter, the Gators drove the ball down to the Alabama 5-yard line and had a 1st and goal from there but the Tide defense stiffened and the Gators Chad Henry booted a 21yard field goal. The Tide added another touchdown and extra point in the quarter for score of Tide 31; Gators 6. The 4th quarter was 15 minutes of punts, turning the ball over on downs to the other team and no scoring by either offense for a game final score of: Tide 31, Gators 6. Meyers stated the obvious when he said, We got beat by a good team. We just didnt play very well. Having scored a record six touchdowns the week before against the Kentucky Wildcats, Gator quarterback Trey Burton commented on the loss with this statement, We cant take a permanent step back, weve got to finish the season strong. The 14th ranked Florida Gators (4-1; 21 SEC) will host the unbeaten and 12th ranked LSU Tigers (5-0; 3-0 SEC) on Saturday, October 9, 2010 in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville at 7:30 PM EST (ESPN). The Tigers are coming off a home victory Saturday, won literally with no time left in the 4th quarter against the Tennessee Volunteers. Due to a penalty on Tennessee having 13 defenders on the field and the ball 3rd and goal on the Volunteers 1 yard line, LSUs running back Stevan Ridley scored on a 1-yard run to give the Tigers the victory and preserve their undefeated 2010 season. Correspondent: Scott Jurrens Photographer: Joseph Lorentzson Jacksonville kicker Josh Scobee was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the fifth time in his career following his franchiserecord 59-yard field goal as time expired to give the Jaguars a 31-28 win over the Colts. The 59-yard field goal was the third-longest game-ending field goal in NFL history. It was Scobees seventh career game-winning field goal including his third against the Colts. He has a franchise-record 13 career field goals of 50-plus yards including two through four games this season. He is five of five on field goals in 2010 with all five coming from 40-plus yards (45, 44, 48, 51, 59). The Jaguars signed QB Keith Null to the practice squad and waived defensive tackle Kommonyan Quaye. This is Nulls second stint on the clubs practice squad. Null, 6-4, 220, was signed to the Jaguars practice squad on Sept. 28 and was waived two days later. He was a sixthround draft pick of the St. Louis Rams in 2009 and played in five games for the Rams as a rookie including four starts. He completed 61.3 percent of his passes (73 of 119) for 566 yards with three touchdowns and nine interceptions. He spent the 2010 preseason with the Rams before he was waived during final cuts. The Jacksonville also signed sixth-year defensive lineman C.J. Mosley and released veteran QB Todd Bouman. Mosley, 6-3, 305, has played in 59 games with six starts for Minnesota, New York Jets and Cleveland. He was originally a sixth-round pick of the Vikings in 2005 and was traded to the Jets in 2006. He has eight career sacks and 80 tackles including a career-high three sacks as a rookie. He spent the 2009 season with Cleveland where he produced 18 tackles in 12 games before ending the season on injured reserve with an ankle injury. In 2008, he played in all 16 games for the Jets and finished with 22 tackles, two tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and three quarterback pressures. The Jaguars look for their second consecutive win and first on the road as they next battle the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Jaguars are facing road trips in three of the next four weeks before their bye in week nine.Mike Bonts Sports editor Laurence Green Photographer Brennan Sim threw a career-best three touchdowns while the defense intercepted four passes to lead the University of South Alabama to a 64-0 victory over Edward Waters College in the 2nd annual Wiregrass Football Classic at Rip Hewes Stadium. The Tigers fell to 1-4 on the year. I think they performed very well. The bottom line is we had better players than they did, Jag head football coach Joey Jones stated. They really had a class bunch. I thought it was a well-played game. Three of the four interceptions came in the first 15 minutes as Jaguars controlled play from the opening kickoff. Michael Wilson was responsible for the first, which he ran back 11 yards to the EWC-41, leading to Brandon Ross four-yard touchdown run that capped a four-play possession with less than eight minutes remaining in the period. USA outgained EWC 329-103 over the first 30 minutes in taking a 43-0 lead into the locker room. The difference in total offense for the contest would end up 503-144 in the Jaguars favor. Ninety of the Tigers 144 yards came on two plays in the first half, a 46-yard pass from Brandon Turman to Jordan Brooks and a 44-yard run by Antoine Nabors. Nabors gained 61 yards on eight carries to pace the Tigers, who finished with 97 total on the ground. Two EWC quarterbacks were 2-of-15 passing for 47 yards.Correspondent: MIKE BONTS Photographer: Bobby McDuffie SPORTS SPORTS PAGE B-4 THE STAR October 9, 2010 S S P P O O R R T T S S PAGE B4 C M Y K Jaguars Josh Scobee named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week No. 1 Ranked Alabama Tides Rolls over Gators 31-6 Stillman at Clark AtlantaClark Atlanta got on the board first with a safety early in the first quarter. Clark held strong and won with a 19-14 win. Benedict at Fort Valley StateAfter a field goal on their opening drive, Fort Valley State would come back with an 8-yard touchdown from Eugene Smith to Aaron Courtney. Fort Valley State would add two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to win 41-13. Lane at Albany State Robert Welton gave Albany State an early lead with a 5-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter. The Golden Rams would add two more touchdowns, to win to 43-13. Miles at Tuskegee Antoine Mitchell caught two first quarter touchdowns, 10 and 28 yards respectively, from Joshua Harris to give Tuskegee an early 14-0 lead. The Golden Tigers would add 17 more points in the fourth quarter, including a 47-yard run by Travon Lawson, to win 51-0.Kentucky State at Eastern KentuckyEastern Kentucky would score 24 first quarter points, including 34-yard pass from T.J. Pryor to Tyrone Goard as time expired. Eastern Kentuckys Matt Denham would add two fourth quarter touchdown runs (62, 31), giving the Colonels a 58-7 win. Next weeks gameStillman vs. Concordia-Selma5 pm CST Clark Atlanta vs. Fort Valley State2 pm Benedict at Lane2 pm CST Fort Valley State at Clark Atlanta2 pm Kentucky State at Central State-1:30 pm CST Miles at Albany State2 pm Tuskegee vs. Morehouse2 pm Lane vs. Benedict2 pm CST Albany State vs. Miles2 pm Gator WR Frankie Hammond Jr. cradles catch Gators Jeffery Demps (2), Trey Burton (8) & Mike Pouncey (55) run hurry up offense Brennan Sim throwing touchdown pass Gators all everything offense weapon Trey Burton eyes football in flight Since launching the efforts of Touchdown Jacksonville and Team Teal nearly one year ago, our community has come together and demonstrated an amazing level of excitement and passion for our hometown team. This support has never been more evident than at last Sundays game when Jacksonvilles Jaguars took on their long-time rivals, the Indianapolis Colts. Anyone who was in attendance or saw the game on television can attest to the energy and excitement that filled EverBank Field. In fact, after kicking the game-winning field goal, Josh Scobee was quoted as saying that Sundays attendance was the best crowd he has seen in his seven years in Jacksonville. So far, weve been fortunate that all of our preseason and regular season games have had great attendance and have been televised. We must continue that momentum and our next focus is filling the stands at the Oct. 18 showdown with another division rival, the Tennessee Titans. We absolutely cannot miss this opportunity to show our Jaguars pride in this Monday Night Football event that will unfold in front of a national television audience. If you have not already done so, and you are able, I would encourage you to buy tickets and encourage your family, friends and co-workers to buy them, too. In addition to what we expect to be an exciting football game that evening, the Jaguars will host a special game-day experience before kickoff. Similar to the festivities held last season for the Dec. 17 game against the Colts, the pregame event will combine the enthusiasm of a pep rally with interactive activities for the whole family. Expect more details in the upcoming days about the free live entertainment, special deals and family-friendly activities that the Jaguars have planned. One thing is certain fans of all ages will find plenty of ways to get involved and show their team spirit. All Jaguars supporters, ticket holders or not, should come out and be a part of the free festivities. Also, I encourage individuals to wear teal to work on Oct. 18 in support of the Jaguars, and I encourage business owners to let employees leave work early to allow them time to gather their family and friends and get downtown to enjoy the gameday festivities. Wed also ask businesses, especially those downtown, to show their pride by displaying Jaguars colors and turning the town teal! Each ticket purchased to the Jaguars-Titans game brings us that much closer to ensuring the local broadcast of this game and demonstrating that Jacksonville supports its hometown team. Tickets can be purchased by calling 904-633-2000 or by visiting www.jaguars.com. The excitement of a nationally-televised Monday night game combined with the Teal Monday activities will make for an exciting evening. I look forward to seeing you at the game. Sincerely, John Peyton Mayor Colts quarterback preparing to pass the ball. Colts running back Devin Moore gaining a few yards Cheering on the Jags Jaguars Kirk Morrison tackling Colts Joseph Addai Fans Cheering on the Jags! Show Your Jaguars Pride on Teal Monday, October 18 EWC shut out by South Alabama SIAC Football Roundup

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PAGE B-5 OCTOBER 09, 2010 PREP RAP PREP RAP C C O O M M M M U U N N I I T T Y Y E E V V E E N N T T S S Edward Waters College Alumni Homecoming Events EWC Alumni Host Homecoming Reception with President Glover Calling all Edward Waters College alumni and friends! The EWC National Alumni Association will host a Meet and Greet Reception with EWC President Nathaniel Glover on Thursday, October 14th at 7:00pm at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on the Riverwalk (Southbank). Please join us for an elegant reception to welcome President Glover and generate spirit for EWC's football season Homecoming. For more information, please email marrettanicole@gmail.com or call 904-765-2210. EWC Alumni Host Homecoming Spirit Breakfast Calling all Edward Waters College alumni and friends! The EWC National Alumni Association will host its annual Homecoming Spirit Breakfast on Saturday, October 16th at 7:45am in the Adams/Jenkins Complex on the campus of EWC. Please join us for the induction of the first class of alumni into the EWC Sports Hall of Fame and help us honor EWC Basketball Greats from the 1960s present. To purchase tickets or for more information for this fun, spirited event, please email marrettanicole@gmail.com or call 904-765-2210. Proceeds will fund the EWC Alumni Association's scholarships for outstanding EWC students. FAMU Schedules Its Annual Homecoming TALLAHASSEE, Fla. … Florida A&M University (FAMU) has scheduled its annual Homecoming Saturday, October 23 through Sunday, October 31. During the week of homecoming, FAMU President James H. Ammons will recognize 40 outstanding alumni under the age of 40 at the Young Alumni Awards: A 40/40 Celebration. This years homecoming theme is Lights, Camera, Action: The Reel Rattler Spirit. mecoming, visit www.RattlerHomecoming.com or call (850) 599-3413.Wolfson Childrens Hospital Increases Visitation Precautions as Flu Season BeginsJacksonville, Florida, October 6, 2010 … Now that flu season has begun, Wolfson Childrens Hospital has implemented visitation precautions effective October 1, 2010, through March 31, 2011. During this timeframe, children age 5 and under will not be able to visit patients in the hospital. Parents and legal guardians are welcome to be with their hospitalized child at any time. This early precaution is due to the fact that young children are at higher risk for the flu, and is reinforced by feedback from parents and caregivers at Wolfson Childrens Hospital during last years H1N1 epidemic. In addition to the age restriction, Wolfson Childrens Hospital asks that anyone with a fever or flu-like symptoms refrain from visiting patients at the hospital. This includes, but is not limited to, the patients siblings, family members and friends. We are committed to protecting our patients, family members, visitors and staff against the flu,Ž says Wolfsons Chief Medical Officer Jerry Bridgham, MD. Because young children are particularly vulnerable, we are taking this precaution to prevent exposure and reduce the likelihood of spread of germs to children who are already sick and hospitalized. We appreciate the communitys understanding.Ž A 16-Year-Old FAMU Freshman Has Earned His SpotTALLAHASSEE, Fla. … Florida A&M University (FAMU) freshman, Ralph Jones Jr., a 16 year old from Atlanta, Ga. turned down offers to Howard University, Fort Valley State University and Morehouse College to attend FAMU. In addition to these institutions, he also turned down prominent Ivy League institutions such as the University of Alabama, Stanford University, Pennsylvania State University and Harvard University to become a Rattler. With an SAT score of 2,120 out of 2,400, it is understandable how he was admitted to the top institutions in the U.S. Jones is a recipient of the Life-Gets-Better Scholarship and a National Achievement Finalist. Jones was awarded $120,000 in scholarships, which includes a stipend, tuition and fees, room and board, books and a laptop. Being a member of a family who has a three-generation history of attending Fort Valley State University and parents who are educators, Jones feels that his childhood played a huge role in his development. My background growing up is a little different,Ž said Jones. My parents are both educators. My mother is a first grade teacher and my dad was a college professor for some time. Needless to say, a large focus was on education in my house.Ž By the time Jones was four-years old, he was adding, subtracting, dividing, reading at the ninth grade level and doing basic algebra. As impressive as Jones ability to learn at a young age may seem, he continued to excel by setting a record of having the highest SAT scores in the past five years at his high school. Jones former SAT math prep teacher and FAMU alumnae Kemberlee Pugh Bingham challenged her students by promising them an AŽ in her class if they scored high on the SAT test. As a junior in high school, Jones scored a 1,910. The following year, he increased his SAT scores by more than 200 points. You could never forget a kid like Ralph,Ž said Bingham. He is a child prodigy and has always been different from his peers. He would often provide a challenge. One day, we went toe-to-toe and he strongly argued his point. I appreciate a kid who thinks critically; it shows that they care.Ž When Jones shared his score with Bingham, she immediately inquired what college he planned to attend. When I first told her, she was excited,Ž said Jones, a mechanical engineering student. One thing I can say about FAMU alumni is that they will lobby for their school. Before I knew it, she had gone over to her FAMU billboard and gave me a brochure on the Life-Gets-Better Scholarship, which was the first time I heard of the scholarship. She was like Baby did you know you can go to FAMU for free for four years with a full scholarship and a computer? and I was like no maam.Ž The following year, Jones attended the recruitment fair that FAMU hosted in Atlanta, Ga., where he felt the energy in the room as President James H. Ammons began to articulate the Rattler Charge. When Dr. Ammons got up, he began to say When the dark clouds gather over the horizon there was this atmosphere of tension and I knew something was going to happen,Ž said Jones. I did not know exactly what; it was very exciting. Then suddenly you heard hissing from all over the room and you saw people with fingers in the air and that is when you start to feel it. I was like wow! This is something bigger than what I could have expected.Ž During the award ceremony, Ammons awarded Jones with a $120,000 scholarship for four years along with a list of other incentives. It was Jones first scholarship before he learned about being selected as a National Achievement Scholar. I am so pleased to know that he decided to attend FAMU,Ž said Bingham. I love my alma mater. When he told me what he made on the SAT, I was in shock because you do not come across those scores in my environment.Ž Jones expressed that he has earned his place at FAMU. Everything that I have worked for has helped me earn my place here,Ž said Jones. I am going to earn my right to stay here and when I graduate, I am going to have earned my degree.Ž

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PAGE B-6 OCTOBER 09, 2010PREP RAP PREP RAP THE STAR National College Fair Comes to Jacksonville What: The National Association for College Admission Counseling will host its annual Regional College Fair where students and parents can meet with college admission representatives from across the country. The fair allows students and parents to meet one-on-one with admission representatives from a wide range of national and international, public and private, two-year and four-year colleges and universities. All high school students are encouraged to attend. More information about the Jacksonville National College Fair, including directions to the fair, alist of colleges exhibiting at the fair, and tips for preparing for the fair, is available on the NACAC website at www.nacacnet.org/fairs. When : Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Where: Prime F. Osborn Convention Center, 1000 Water Street, Jacksonville, FL 32204.

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13-Minute, three-mile Money was there but jobs were few

Shooting Spree Georgia residents are furious about the fed-
Clifford Miller Jr. of eral stimulus money that was provided the
Gainesville had a very state to create jobs and hold on to those who
troubled life as neigh- wanted and needed jobs, being returned. The
bors and associates report says Georgia left hundreds of jobs
knew. However, they m unfilled in the Adult Subsidized Program
never saw him as a through the federal government in early 2009.
person at 24 years of It was there for employers to hire new
age, who would kill employees and have the federal government
his father, Clifford pay for 80% of those employees' wages.
Miller Sr., 52; drive According to the report, Georgia applied for
within a three mile and was allowed about $20 million dollars,
radius, shot five other but only half of the money was actually spent
people and then end and the program has now expired.
Clifford Miller,Jr., 24,Gainesville his own life. It is believed that the money was not used so
According to that those who were against the stimulus
Gainesville police, Miller knew all of his victims. Four of money and the present administration, could
the five originally were in critical condition and it is pos- still have residents complain about the many
sible that no one will ever know what sent him out on his unemployed in the state and what they termed
shooting spree. 'spending their grandchildren's money' while
The other shooting spree victims were Paul Anthony Sr., getting the country deeper in debt.
43, Cedric Joiner, 36; Vincent Sallet, 43; Lloyd Dunn, 67; If the money had been used, as proposed, the
and Anthony Mitchell, 43. Both Lloyd and Anthony have economy would have been boosted also
been released from the hospital. because people would have had money to
According to reports, Miller used a .38 caliber revolver, spend.
firing from his red pickup truck. After many telephone Using this kind of strategy helps one to see
calls about the shooting, Alachua County and Gainesville why citizens throughout the United States are
police were already looking for Miller. He was located in About 750,000 marched on October 2,2010 as the dream lives on angry. But il after election if the pink you arese angry now,
his pickup in the driveway of Frederick Wilson, who in the "One Nation Working Together" march on Washington, D.C. wait until after election if the present admin-
believes that Miller came to his house so that he could istration gets more of the 'no votes' in the
identify him for the police. house and senate. This show even more why it is so important to vote on November 2, 2010, beginning in
Miller earlier, had been transferred to the mental health October.
court where persons who are diagnosed with mental health If the Recovery Act is cancelled, as proposed by the Republicans, the country will witness higher taxes for
conditions are sent if they are suspected of committing families and businesses, layoffs for teachers and construction workers, even though critics have been filling the
minor crimes. He had been released under the condition airwaves claiming that the best thing for the economy and the American public is to 'cancel' the American
that he live with his father, see a therapist, take prescribed Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
medication, and undergo random drug testing. The October 2, 2010 march "One Nation Working Together," which was much larger than the August march
was intended to help Americans learn the truth so that the progress made can con- Money See A-7

Why Do I Have to Think Like a Man? Discovery About Fire Safety for Children and Elderly
"How to think like a lady and still get the Man" According to the United States Fire
Administration reports, 3,000 to 5,000
Steve Harvey wrote a book, "Act Like a people die in fires. This figure includes
Lady, Think Like a Man." The book became 800 children, nine and younger, and 1,200
a best seller. Now Shanae Hall and Rhonda seniors.
Frost, her mother, have gotten together and Career firefighter, Captain Greg Lawler,
written a retort to Steve Harvey's book. They knows that many children and the elderly
say that when it comes to men acting badly, it have difficulty opening windows and with
is up to you, the female, to change their game. only three minutes to escape a flaming
This mother-daughter team whose combined house fithar, tee trapped.
experience in marriage, divorce, and dating Now, because most fires happen at night
.. M has involved men from the NBA, NFL and and most people cannot open windows, which is the most difficult, he created a
Hollywood, to everyday, normal guys. device called Life Lift that attaches to the lift rail or ledge of any window. Also
.U.. The book, "Why Do I Have To Think Like A available are handles for wood windows without a sash.
Shanae Hall and her response to Steve Man? will hit the market in November. The
Harvey's book former NFL wife who became a radio and t
television personality passes on her relationship experience in "Why Do I Have To Judge Rule Florida's Long Stand Ban on
Think Like a Man? Her book focuses on How to Think Like a Lady and Still Get Homosexual Adoptions "Unconstitutional"
the Man. There is a bonus chapter in the book in response to Steve Harvey's Straight
Talk, No Chaser. Judges on the Third District Court of Appeals in Miami, Florida ruled that Florida's
The mother-daughter team say there book was created from their 'straight talk.' long standing prohibition on homosexuals adopting children was "unconstitutional."
The court held that "gay people and heterosexuals make equally good parents," a
No to those against Health Care Law holding which runs against the vast body of social science research over the last 40
On the day that President Obama signed the health care bill, several state attorney years which states that children perform better in every category of social indicators
generals, led by Florida's attorney general, McCollum, filed a law suit to stop the when they are raised with both a mother and a father, according to those against the
health care bill. ruling.
On Thursday, a federal judge upheld the authority of the federal government to The case can now go before the Florida Supreme Court by the Attorney General
require everyone to have health insurance, dealing a setback to those groups seeking whose job is to defend the laws of the state of Florida.
to block the new national health care plan. John Stemberger, President of the Florida Family Policy Council says the Court is
Judge Caram Steeh in Detroit said the mandate to get insurance by 2014 and the completely out of step with the social science research He further states that in
financial penalty for skipping coverage are legal. He said the bill, signed by the pres- every other area of the law involving children, the standard is what is in the "best
ident will lower the overall cost of insurance by required participation. interest" of children. He said that when "gays are involved," the Court ignores that
This suit that was heard, was filed by four individuals. In Florida, the suit was filed common law standard and panders to this extreme minority group.z"
by 20 states. A decision on whether to dismiss the case is expected by October 14.


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THE RECOVERY ACT

Talking Points


With the Recovery Act, we've started to reverse nearly a decade's worth of failed economic policies and rebuild
our economy on a new foundation that puts the middle class first.
Those failed policies of the past focused on cutting taxes for millionaires and billionaires.
They starved clean energy, research and technology projects of working capital, putting America years behind
in the innovation race, and neglected America's critical infrastructure, allowing the roads, rails and bridges we
need to be competitive to deteriorate. Small businesses couldn't gain access to the capital they needed to grow
and American factories closed their doors as more manufacturing moved abroad.
And, most devastating, those failed policies caused the fastest decline in jobs in decades, with an average
750,000 Americans losing their jobs each month by the time we took office.
Today, the Recovery Act is helping reverse that slide and put our economy back on firm footing.
* The Recovery Act immediately cut taxes for 95 percent of working families, giving 110 million hard-hit fami-
lies a boost in their paychecks each week.
* The Recovery Act is bringing new life to cutting-edge projects and is planting seed money to launch whole new
industries so we can lead the world in innovation.
* The Recovery Act is rebuilding tens of thousands of America's highways, ports, rails and bridges to help spur
local economic growth and make it easier to move American products in the global marketplace.
* The Recovery Act is helping nearly 70,000 small businesses not only stay alive, but expand and hire, by pro-
viding nearly $30 billion in small business loan assistance.
* The Recovery Act is helping American factories re-open and re-invent so that we can be more competitive than
ever before in the global marketplace and make the best products in the world right here at home.
* And, most importantly, the Recovery Act has put 3 million Americans to work that would be unemployed had
we not acted and now our economy is adding private sector jobs instead of losing them.
But if Republicans in Congress had their way, none of this progress would have been made. They opposed the
Recovery Act from the beginning and have sat on the sidelines rooting for failure ever since.
To this day, they still believe we would be better off had we not acted. Better off with 3 million more Americans
out of work. Better off with tens of thousands more roads and bridges still in decay. Better
off with 70,000 more small businesses struggling to stay open. Better off with middle class families hung out to
dry.
And they not only believe we'd be better off if we'd done nothing but they say that if given the opportunity,
they'd take us right back to the exact same policies that got us into this mess in the first place.
We've come a long way since this recession took hold and we still need to do more. This economic crisis was
a decade in the making and we're not going to reach full recovery overnight. We have to build on the progress
we've made with the Recovery Act and do more of what's working to counter a recession this deep.
That's why the President has continued to lay out additional measures to rebuild our economy investments in
infrastructure, tax cuts for small businesses, incentives to spur American innovation. And we hope Republicans
will finally stop obstructing progress and join us as we work to repair the damage they
caused over the last decade.
But America faces a clear choice right now: Do we return to the failed policies of
the past decade, settling for a slow decline, where we keep losing jobs to our com-
0 0petitors and middle-class families keep losing ground? Or do we continue to build on
the progress made with the Recovery Act so that we once again have a growing econ-
omy and a thriving middle-class? Do we slide backward or move forward?


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Faith In Our Community

^\ Schedule of Events and Services

THE CHRISTIAN GIRLS CLUB MINISTRIES will
celebrate our 20th Anniversary on December 3rd & 4th,
2010 at The Hyatt Regency-Jacksonville Riverfront in
beautiful downtown Jacksonville, Florida. Thanks to the
community for your prayers and participation during our
past 19 years. We're asking that all members who have
worked with this organization in the past 19 years, and
wish to participate in our Grand Celebration of Life,
please contact us at 904-398-8517.
MT. SINAI MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH will
present Florida Memorial University Ambassador
Chorale and Gospel Choir of Miami, FL in their Annual
Concert, Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. in the
sanctuary of the church, under the direction of Mel
White. Rev. R. L. Gundy is Pastor, and the church is
located at 2036 Silver St. A cordial invitation is extended
to the community to attend and enjoy a spirit filled per-
formance. For more information, call 354-7249.
THE BAPTIST MINISTERS' WIVES AND WID-
OWS of Jacksonville, Duval and adjacent Counties will
celebrate their Anniversary on October 18, 2010 at 7:00
p.m. at the Jerusalem Baptist Church on Old St.
Augustine Rd. Rev. Brian Campbell, Pastor, Sister
Vermel Sims, President, and Sister Betty Glanton,
Reporter.
NEW BETHLEHEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH 1824 Prospect St., is having their 91st
Church Anniversary. The Motto is: "Restoring Our
Faith, Family, & Fellowship In God." The Church
Banquet is Fri, Oct 24th at 4:00 p.m. at the Cypress
Community Center, 4012 University Blvd., N; Praise
Night Service is Thur, Nov 11th at 7:00 p.m.; Visiting
Churches Night is Fri, Nov 12th at 7:00 p.m.; Sunday
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October 3, 2010 at 10:45
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Wyke, piano; Sunday,
October 10, 2010 at 10:45
a.m. Rob Tudor, baritone,
Brent Bevis, guitar;
Sunday, October 17, 2010
at 10:45 a.m. Anne
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Maria Pena, soprano;
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Sunday, October 31, 2010
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DORRELL LOWE
Dec 13, 1948 Oct 9, 2005
Dorrell, you 've been
gone five years, but it
seems like yesterday. You
are forever in our
i,,uiglt,, we take comfort
in knowing iiat you're at
peace. When we see the
beauty and simplicity of a
flower, it reminds us oj
your smile and loving
spirit, a warm breeze
reminds us of your gentle
touch. The lnu, t,' and
memories of the love,
happy times and family
times are forever etched in
our hearts. You're loved
and missed by all: hus-
band, Jesse Lowe; sisters,
Margret, Carolyn, Brenda,
and Latonya; and aunt,
Orrie Sneed.


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Sunday Morning
Intercessory Prayer ....................10:45 a.m.
Morning Worship .....................11:00 a.m.
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
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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 morning W orship......................................................11:00 a.m .
Tuesday.......................................... Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday........ .............. .................... Joy Night,7:00 p.m .
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JACKSONVILLE. FL
(AREA DEATHS)
ADAMS, Gleena V., 87,
died October 5, 2010.
BLUE, Rachel Benjamin
of Gainesville, 65, died
October 4, 2010.
BOOTH, Elise Adams
Rattray of Gainesville,
died October 3, 2010.
BROOKS, Clarence G.,
funeral services were
October 8, 2010.
BRUNSON, Theo S., 69,
died October 5, 2010.
COOK, Phillip, 63, died
August 19, 2010.


SIGMUND, Elder
Shirley, died October 5,
2010.
FREEMAN, Regina
Samone Pusha, died
October 5, 2010.
Alphonso West Mortuary,
Inc.
KEARSE, Michael Paul,
funeral services were
October 9, 2010.
LAMAR, Perthone
Alfred, 68, died
September 22, 2010.
MATHIS, Reatha Mae,
88, died October 4, 2010.
MILLER, Teresa Renae
Carter, 50, died October
5, 2010.
MORGAN, Kendall
Danielle, 17, died October
3, 2010.
NEWMAN, Eugene F.,
Jr., 63, died September
29, 2010.
O'NEAL, Mrs. Jewell
Allen, 62, died October 5,
2010.
RHODEN, Tony, 66, died
October 2, 2010.
ROBINSON, Josiah
"Joe," died September 29,
2010.
SANDERSON, Mark, 62,
died September 26, 2010.
TURNER, Theresa J., 70,
died September 28, 2010.
WATERS, Helen Bunk,
90, died October 5, 2010.
WILLIAMS, Elder Lora
J., 48, died October 5,
2010.
WILLIS, Raymond B.,
57, died October 2, 2010.
WORTHINGTON,
Mildred Woods, 92, died
October 5, 2010.


GEORGIA DEATHS
TATE, Anthony
LaShawn, Jr., 19, died
September 30, 2010.


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Through the years Presiding Elder, a Jacksonville, FL native, graduated from Florida A. & M. University with both the Bachelor' and Master' Degrees. In 1970, Dr. Mitchell became one of
the first two African Americans to receive Doctoral degrees from Florida State University and the first to earn a Ph.D. in Educational Administration. His love of music and vocal skills garnered him
membership in the FAMU College Quartet joining Robert Anders, Reverend Eugene White and the late Dr. Benjamin Groomes. This same quartet volunteered to serve in the U.S. Army and with the
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There is so much talk
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increased and the number
of people on welfare will
also increase. There is
also much talk about tak-
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and many of the people
talking are a part of that
group of 30% that receive
tax dollars for social
security, medicare and
medicaid, not welfare,
because they are not
receiving the right infor-
mation.
Listening to C-Span ear-
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called and said that he
wanted to see the country
go back to white leaders
rather than the jews and
colored. The host quickly
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money that would help
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Andi K

Reality vs. Illusion

Reality is something that is unique to each and
every one of us. What one person may perceive as "nor-
mal" or "comforting" may be torturous to another. IF you
have ever known anyone who was operating in an altered
state of mind (i.e. on drugs, medication, drunk, schizoid,
etc.), then you know just what I mean. I want to talk to you
about YOUR reality today. What is your definition of what
is real and valid in your life? And how do you go about expressing and living out
this reality in your daily life?
Do you allow other people to paint reality for you, or do you boldly define
what it is? I ask these questions because many of us are in the first category: we
allow external persons, places, events, and ideas to determine what is and is not our
reality. Are you accepting another person's BS definition of love? Are you going
to a job that you are overqualified to work? Do you dim your star to make others
comfortable and less intimidated? If so, then you are living OUTSIDE of your real-
ity.
A lot of the suffering that we endure on a daily basis is CHOSEN. Yes, I
said that! Often we choose to allow the details of our lives to overwhelm us and
bring us to a point of no inspiration, and no real drive to succeed and be happy.
Suffering occurs when we as individuals refuse to closely examine our definitions
of reality and what we do and do not want in our lives. So, I challenge you today
to ask yourself, "Are you keeping it REAL with YOU?" Are you living the best life
you can now? IF the answer is no, what is holding you back from doing so?
Psychologists say that the mind is the most powerful 'drug' on the planet.
By this, they mean that the mind has the power to create and/or negate any and
every reality and illusion known to humankind. Don't believe me? Close your eyes Copyrighted Material
and visualize yourself on the Southernmost Shore of Antarctica. What are you C Snen
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99.9% sure none of us have ever been there. Available from Commercial News Providers
Dear friend, I encourage you to pursue your life's desires and purposes
NOW, because it is all we have. Don't live in someone else's reality telling your-
self, "I'll do what I want tomorrow". Live fully in the present, and you will find
yourself walking in reality.

Practical Rituals:

Create a list of 10 questions for yourself about anything that has been concerning
you lately, fold this paper and sleep with it under your pillow for as many as 3
nights. "Sleeping on it" is a powerful way to gain the answers to the questions you
have!
Examine your definitions of love, trust, honor, respect, and fulfillment. Do they
need redefining? Have you been living in a way that is worthy of them? Journal
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S Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events
** - scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
S- Mainstage Series Concert, Jacoby Symphony Hall, Wednesdays at
7:30 p.m. Opening Concert October 13, 2010. In Remembrance of a Dream
S- January 19, 2011 Spring Concert April 27, 2011 Finale Concert June 8, 2011.
Tickets will be available Online: www.ritzchamberplayers.org. Call:
Jacksonville Symphony Box Office (904) 354-5547.


The Sapelo Island Cultural and Revitalization Society, Inc. (SICARS) of
Sapelo Island, GA will host its 16th annual Cultural Day Festival on Sapelo
Island, GA on Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 9:00 am until 5:00 p.m.This
event features all day cultural entertainment, story telling, dancing, cultural
demonstrations, and arts and crafts. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for chil-
dren ages 6-12 yrs old. Tickets include transportation to and from Sapelo Island
and transportation to and from the event site. Tickets are limited and must be
purchased prior to the event. For a complete schedule of activities, and for tick-
Sqw 0 - 4m e _, et information, visit HYPERLINK "http://www.sapeloislandgeorgia.org"
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From Actual Police Reports

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Sheriff's Office


BEST WESTERN
STRONG ARMED
ROBBERY
5 October 2010
A male suspect is being


sought in connection with a
strong armed robbery that
occurred at a S.R. 16/1-95 motel
(Best Western) room Saturday
afternoon.
t timThe 41-year old Kentucky
female victim told deputies that
she was standing on the balcony
with the room door opened
when the unknown male subject
walked into the room. The vic-
tim thought the subject was a
hotel employee and did not pay
attention to him right away. She
said she looked back into the
room and the subject was in the
bathroom area looking around
and she thought it suspicious
and confronted the subject. The
subject mumbled a few words,
grabbed her purse and ran out of
the room. The suspect left
behind a plastic grocery bag
with trash inside. Several male
subjects, who were with the victim but down stairs at the time, began to chase the
subject but were unable to locate him as he was last seen running in a southeast
direction.
Deputies checked the area but were not able to locate the suspect who was
described by the victim as a black male wearing a red shirt and long shorts. A
newer model turquoise/aqua colored Dodge Challenger was spotted in the area at
the time of the alleged incident.
The victim reported that her purse and $3,000 were missing from the room.
Anyone with any information concerning this subject is asked to contact
Robbery/Homicide Detectives at the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office at (904)
824-8304. You can also remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a cash
reward by calling CrimeStoppers of N.E. Florida at 1-(888) 277-TIPS (8477). The
investigation is continuing.
WANTED***Ali Lamont Perkins***WANTED
Aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon and
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon, 6'0", 175
pounds, 20 years old, ONE
MILLION DOLLAR
BOND.
Known to hang out in
the Moncrief area,
Cleveland Arms, Grand
Park and other Northwest
Jacksonville areas.
His hair may be like
the picture or he may have
twists rights now.
Anyone with any
information about the
identity or whereabouts of
the suspect is asked to con-
tact the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500 or email us at
JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org. To remain anonymous and receive a possible
reward, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS or email them at
rewards@fccrimestoppers.com.
PAL Charity

Fundraiser
All proceeds benefit the athletic
programs of the Police Athletic
League. Tickets are available for
purchase now through Nov. 5, 2010.
For more information please go to
www.jaxsheriff.org and click on PAL
m nam. mu Charity Fundraiser under the
Community Involvement section.




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Your Weekly

HOROSCOPE
October 4, 2010 October 10, 2010
7- __________________


| l ARIES
You may find yourself in the
midst of a pretty good deal.
New romantic partners may
attend a function that puts you
in the limelight. You can make
drastic changes in your profes-
sional direction this week.
Your stability will aid you in
getting support from your fel-
low workers.
gJ CANCER
Your emotional reaction will
be dependent upon your part-
ner's responsiveness. You
may find that your anger
stems from lending or bor-
rowing money. Discord may
arise with someone you're
close to. You can make career
moves that will bring you a
much higher income.
-iIA LIBRA
Listen, but don't make any
rash decisions. Colleagues
may try to undermine you
when talking to superiors.
Club memberships or dona-
tions could be expensive and
prove unnecessary. this week
will be hectic.

CAPRICORN

You can accomplish a lot
if you direct your thoughts
toward starting your own
small business on the side.
Emotional situations
could bring out your stub-
born nature. You are best
to deal with those outside
your family. Risks will not
be profitable.


TAURUS


Entertainment should include
the whole family or a lot of
your friends. You will find that
uncertain individuals will want
to draw you into joint ven-
tures. You'll find it easy to
meet new people. Hidden
assets can be doubled if you
play your cards correctly.

'a, LEO
You need time to rejuve-
nate. Lovers may prove
unworthy of your affection.
Traffic will be busier than
you anticipated, so try to
get a head start if you have
made plans to travel.
Things at home may be
somewhat rocky.

I |. SCORPIO
You can stabilize your personal
relationship if you're willing to
communicate honestly. Be quiet
about your intentions or ideas
that might bring added cash.
You will be in an overly gener-
ous mood this week. I Don't let
siblings put pressure on you.
AQUARIUS

Try to bend to their wishes
if you want to avoid con-
flict. Confusion regarding
other people's money and
joint ventures will come to
a head. Someone you live
with will get angry if you
are neglecting your duties.
You have your own family
to consider as well. Go
after your professional
goals.


Purse Snatching suspects
8 October 2010
Two men have been identified
and are in custody on other
charges and have been named in
connection with a strong armed
robbery of an 86-year old woman
last week. The incident occurred
at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday when
-. deputies responded to a S.R. 312
business (Hobby Lobby) in refer-
ence to a report of a robbery. The
victim stated that as she came out
of the store two male subjects
approached her and one of them
grabbed her purse. The victim
stated that she attempted to retain
the purse, but the suspect
snatched it from her grasp caus-
ing the strap to tear. The two fled
on foot.
Joshua Krkley Robbery/Homicide Detectives
began the investigation and were
led to a possible suspect who
matched the description of a sus-
S pect wanted in a robbery in West
Augustine nearly a month ago
S(06 September). That suspect,
identified as Joshua Obadiah
Kirkley, 19, 48 Crookshank Dr.,
was positively identified by the
victim of the robbery in early
September and an arrest warrant
was obtained. Kirkley was
arrested Friday evening by
deputies on that warrant which
carried a bond of $100,000.
r%, Kirkley was served the second
warrant for the strong armed rob-
Sbery this (Monday) afternoon.
That warrant carries a $10,000
bond. It was also believed that
Alan Jackson Kirkley was wearing a necklace
that was allegedly stolen in the
West Augustine robbery in the surveillance video at Hobby Lobby.
The second suspect, identified as Alan Lamar Jackson, 32, 2 Christopher St.,
was arrested in Volusia County on Saturday in a stolen vehicle that was entered by
St. Augustine Police. He is the suspect who allegedly grabbed the 86-year old female
victim's purse and fled last Wednesday. The arrest warrant is for a of robbery by sud-
den snatching and carries a bond of $100,000.


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GEMINI
Spend some time with the one
you love. Pleasure trips will be
satisfying. Try not to hurt your
partner's feelings. You are best
to be accommodating for the
time being. Sudden romantic
infatuations won't be lasting.
You can bet that someone in a
higher position is watching to
see how busy you are.
VIRGO
Make sure any presentation
you have is ready. Family out-
ings should include visiting
friends or relatives. You will
have to do a lot of running
around, so be prepared to fall
short of your expectations.
You can make money but not
through harebrained schemes
or gambling.

SSAGITTARIUS
Don't hesitate to talk to
your partner about rekin-
dling your relationship. Try
to do your job and then
leave. You can have quite
the romantic ad venture if
you take time to get to
know your mate all over
again. You may find that
female colleagues will be
more help than you antici-
pated.
I EI I PISCES

Do your chores and get on
with the things you enjoy
doing. You will need to work
diligently in order to accom-
plish even the smallest
amount. Some of the best
opportunities will crop up if
you keep an open mind. Your
intellectual charm will entice
new love interests.







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October 9. 2010


Jacksonville kicker Josh Scobee was
named AFC Special Teams Player of the
Week for the
fifth time in his
career following
his franchise-
record 59-yard
field goal as time
expired to give the Jaguars a 31-28 win over the
Cheering on the Jags.
Colts.
The 59-yard field goal was the third-longest game-ending field goal in
NFL history. It was Scobee's seventh career game-winning field goal including
his third against the Colts. He has a franchise-record 13 career field goals of
50-plus yards including two through four games this season. He is five of five
on field goals in 2010 with all five coming from 40-plus yards (45, 44, 48, 51, 59).
The Jaguars signed QB Keith Null to the practice squad and waived
defensive tackle Kommonyan Quaye. This is Null's second stint on the club's


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practice squad.
Null, 6-4, 220, was signed to the Jaguars practice squad on
Sept. 28 and was waived two days later. He was a sixth-
round draft pick of the St. Louis Rams in
2009 and played in five games for the
Rams as a rookie including four starts.
He completed 61.3 percent of his passes
(73 of 119) for 566 yards with three
touchdowns and nine interceptions. He
spent the 2010 preseason with the Rams
before he was waived during final cuts. Jaguars Kirk MoAdd


Bouman.
Mosley, 6-3, 305, has played in 59 games with six starts for Minnesota,
New York Jets and Cleveland. He was originally a sixth-round pick of the
Vikings in 2005 and was traded to the Jets in 2006. He has eight career sacks
and 80 tackles including
a career-high three
sacks as a rookie.
He spent the 2009
season with Cleveland
where he produced 18
tackles in 12 games Colts-nningbackDevin
before ending the season Moore gainmgafewyards
on injured reserve with an ankle injury. In 2008, he
played in all 16 games for the Jets and finished with 22 tackles, two tackles for
loss, 1.5 sacks and three quarterback pressures.
The Jaguars look for their second consecutive win and first on the road
as they next battle the Buffalo Bills at
Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Jaguars
are facing road trips in three of the
next four weeks before their bye in
week nine.


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Mike Bonts Sports editor
Laurence Green Photographer


Since launching the efforts of Touchdown Dec. 17 game against the Colts, the pregame event
Jacksonville and Team Teal nearly one year ago, ** will combine the enthusiasm of a pep rally with
our community has come together and demonstrat- interactive activities for the whole family. Expect
ed an amazing level of excitement and passion for more details in the upcoming days about the free
our hometown team. live entertainment, special deals and family-friendly
This support has never been more evident than activities that the Jaguars have planned. One thing is
at last Sunday's game when Jacksonville's Jaguars Or certain fans of all ages will find plenty of ways to
took on their long-time rivals, the Indianapolis IV get involved and show their team spirit. All
Colts. Anyone who was in attendance or saw the V Jaguars supporters, ticket holders or not, should
game on television can attest to the energy and excite- come out and be a part of the free festivities.
ment that filled EverBank Field. In fact, after kicking Also, I encourage individuals to wear teal to
the game-winning field goal, Josh Scobee was 4 work on Oct. 18 in support of the Jaguars, and I
quoted as saying that Sunday's attendance was the encourage business owners to let employees leave
best crowd he has seen in his seven years in 0 work early to allow them time to gather their fam-
Jacksonville. ily and friends and get downtown to enjoy the game-
So far, we've been fortunate that all of our pre- day festivities. We'd also ask businesses, especially
season and regular season games have had great those downtown, to show their pride by displaying
attendance and have been televised. We must con- Jaguars colors and turning the town teal!
tinue that momentum and our next focus is filling Each ticket purchased to the Jaguars-Titans
the stands at the Oct. 18 showdown with another divi- game brings us that much closer to ensuring the local
sion rival, the Tennessee Titans. We absolutely cannot broadcast of this game and demonstrating that
miss this opportunity to show our Jaguars pride in Jacksonville supports its hometown team. Tickets
this Monday Night Football event that will unfold !? can be purchased by calling 904-633-2000 or by
in front of a national television audience. If you ~p visiting www.jaguars.com. The excitement of a
have not already done so, and you are able, I would nationally-televised Monday night game combined
encourage you to buy tickets and encourage your fam- with the Teal Monday activities will make for an
ily, friends and co-workers to buy them, too. exciting evening.
In addition to what we expect to be an Pe
exciting football game that evening, the Jaguars I look forward to seeing you at the game.
will host a special game-day experience before kick- Sincerely,
off. Similar to the festivities held last season for the John Peyton Mayor


In Tuscaloosa, Alabama on Saturday, October
2 2010 at 8:00 PM, the No. 1 ranked Alabama
crimson Tide rolled all over the No. 7 ranked Florida
Gators in front of 101,821 fans for a win, 31-6.
In the highly anticipated first
meeting since Florida's loss to the
Alabama Tide in the SEC
Championship game (32-13) last sea-
son and Alabama's eventual national
football championship, the Crimson
Tide demonstrated why they are ranked
number 1.
The Tide took the first posses-
sion of the game down the field against
the Gators and scored a field goal with
9:28 left in the first quarter. The Gators Gators all evey\tlir
tried to respond in the next possession Trey Burton eyes
but quarterback John Brantley was
intercepted on a 4th down and goal play by Alabama
defender Nico Johnson with 2:2 I left in the 1st quarter.
In the 2nd quarter, the Tide lit
up the scoreboard with 21 more
points to which the Gators could
only muster a field goal in
response. At the half, the Tide
led, 24-3.
In the 3rd quarter, the Gators
drove the ball down to the
Alabama 5-yard line and had a
1st and goal from there but the
Tide defense stiffened and the
Gators Chad Henry booted a 21-
yard field goal. The Tide added
another touchdown and extra
point in the quarter for score of
ide 31; Gators 6.
The 4th quarter was 15 minutes
of punts, turning the ball over on
atorWR Fnki downs to the other team and no


scoring by either offense for a
Same final score of: Tide 31,
ators 6. Meyers stated the
obvious when he said, "We got
beat by a good
team. We just
didn't play very
well."
got Having scored a record six touchdowns
the week before against the Kentucky
Wildcats, Gator quarterback Trey Burton
commented on the loss with this state-
ment, "We can't take a permanent step
back, we've got to finish the season
strong."
offense weapon The 14th ranked Florida Gators (4-1; 2-
othall in flight 1 SEC) will host the unbeaten and 12th
ranked LSU Tigers (5-0; 3-0 SEC) on
Saturday, October 9, 2010 in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
in Gainesville at 7:30 PM EST (ESPN).
The Tigers are coming off a home victory
Saturday, won literally with no time left in the 4th
quarter against the
e nn nessee
Volunteers. Due to a
penalty on
Tennessee having 13 .
defenders on the
field and the ball 3rd
and goal on the
Volunteers 1 yard
line, LSU's running
back Stevan Ridley Gtors yJc Demps (2) Try BLton(8)
scored on a 1-yard &Mike Pouncey 55) nhu1 y up offense
run to give the
Tigers the victory and preserve their undefeated 2010
season.
Correspondent: Scott Jurrens
Photographer: Joseph Lorentzson


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A 16-YEAR-OLD FAMU

FRESHMAN HAS EARNED

HIS SPOT


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Florida A&M University (FAMU) freshman, Ralph
Jones Jr., a 16 year old from Atlanta, Ga. turned down offers to Howard
University, Fort Valley State University and Morehouse College to attend
FAMU. In addition to these institutions, he also turned down prominent Ivy
League institutions such as the University of Alabama, Stanford University,
Pennsylvania State University and Harvard University to become a Rattler.
With an SAT score of 2,120 out of 2,400, it is understandable how he
was admitted to the top institutions in the U.S.
Jones is a recipient of the Life-Gets-Better Scholarship and a National
Achievement Finalist. Jones was awarded $120,000 in scholarships, which
includes a stipend, tuition and fees, room and board, books and a laptop.
Being a member of a family who has a three-generation history of
attending Fort Valley State University and parents who are educators, Jones
feels that his childhood played a huge role in his development.
"My background growing up is a little different," said Jones. "My par-
ents are both educators. My mother is a first grade teacher and my dad was
a college professor for some time. Needless to say, a large focus was on
education in my house."
By the time Jones was four-years old, he was adding, subtracting,
dividing, reading at the ninth grade level and doing basic algebra.
As impressive as Jones' ability to learn at a young age may seem, he
continued to excel by setting a record of having the highest SAT scores in the
past five years at his high school.
Jones' former SAT math prep teacher and FAMU alumnae Kemberlee
Pugh Bingham challenged her students by promising them an "A" in her
class if they scored high on the SAT test. As a junior in high school, Jones
scored a 1,910. The following year, he increased his SAT scores by more
than 200 points.
"You could never forget a kid like Ralph," said Bingham. "He is a child
prodigy and has always been different from his peers. He would often pro-
vide a challenge. One day, we went toe-to-toe and he strongly argued his
point. I appreciate a kid who
thinks critically; it shows that they care."
When Jones shared his score with Bingham, she immediately inquired
what college he planned to attend.
"When I first told her, she was excited," said Jones, a mechanical
engineering student. "One thing I can say about FAMU alumni is that they
will lobby for their school. Before I knew it, she had gone over to her FAMU
billboard and gave me a brochure on the Life-Gets-Better Scholarship, which
was the first time I heard of the scholarship. She was like "Baby did you know
you can go to FAMU for free for four years with a full scholarship and a com-
puter?' and I was like 'no ma'am.'"
The following year, Jones attended the recruitment fair that FAMU
hosted in Atlanta, Ga., where he felt the energy in the room as President
James H. Ammons began to articulate the Rattler Charge.
"When Dr. Ammons got up, he began to say "When the dark clouds
gather over the horizon' there was this atmosphere of tension and I knew
something was going to happen," said Jones. "I did not know exactly what;
it was very exciting. Then suddenly you heard hissing from all over the room
and you saw people with fingers in the air and that is when you start to feel
it. I was like wow! This is something bigger than what I could have expect-
ed."
During the award ceremony, Ammons awarded Jones with a $120,000
scholarship for four years along with a list of other incentives. It was Jones
first scholarship before he learned about being selected as a National
Achievement Scholar.
"I am so pleased to know that he decided to attend FAMU," said
Bingham. "I love my alma mater. When he told me what he made on the
SAT, I was in shock because you do not come across those scores in my
environment."
Jones expressed that he has earned his place at FAMU.
"Everything that I have worked for has helped me earn my place
here," said Jones. "I am going to earn my right to stay here and when I grad-
uate, I am going to have earned my degree."


ConXUMTY vEEUTS
Edward Waters College Alumni Homecoming Events
EWC Alumni Host Homecoming Reception with President Glover
Calling all Edward Waters College alumni and friends! The EWC National Alumni
Association will host a Meet and Greet Reception with EWC President Nathaniel
Glover on Thursday, October 14th at 7:00pm at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on the
Riverwalk (Southbank). Please join us for an elegant reception to welcome
President Glover and generate spirit for EWC's football season Homecoming. For
more information, please email marrettanicole@gmail.com or call 904-765-2210.
EWC Alumni Host Homecoming Spirit Breakfast
Calling all Edward Waters College alumni and friends! The EWC National Alumni
Association will host its annual Homecoming Spirit Breakfast on Saturday, October
16th at 7:45am in the Adams/Jenkins Complex on the campus of EWC. Please join
us for the induction of the first class of alumni into the EWC Sports Hall of Fame
and help us honor EWC Basketball Greats from the 1960s present. To purchase
tickets or for more information for this fun, spirited event, please email marrettani-
cole@gmail.com or call 904-765-2210. Proceeds will fund the EWC Alumni
Association's scholarships for outstanding EWC students.
FAMU Schedules Its Annual Homecoming
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Florida A&M University (FAMU) has scheduled its annu-
al Homecoming Saturday, October 23 through Sunday, October 31.
During the week of homecoming, FAMU President James H. Ammons will
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Wolfson Children's Hospital Increases Visitation Precautions as
Flu Season Begins
Jacksonville, Florida, October 6, 2010 Now that flu season has begun, Wolfson
Children's Hospital has implemented visitation precautions effective October 1,
2010, through March 31, 2011. During this timeframe, children age 5 and under will
not be able to visit patients in the hospital. Parents and legal guardians are welcome
to be with their hospitalized child at any time.
This early precaution is due to the fact that young children are at higher risk
for the flu, and is reinforced by feedback from parents and caregivers at Wolfson
Children's Hospital during last year's HINI epidemic.
In addition to the age restriction, Wolfson Children's Hospital asks that any-
one with a fever or flu-like symptoms refrain from visiting patients at the hospital.
This includes, but is not limited to, the patient's siblings, family members and
friends.
"We are committed to protecting our patients, family members, visitors and
staff against the flu," says Wolfson's Chief Medical Officer Jerry Bridgham, MD.
"Because young children are particularly vulnerable, we are taking this precaution to
prevent exposure and reduce the likelihood of spread of germs to children who are
already sick and hospitalized. We appreciate the community's understanding."


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