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Florida star
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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University of Florida
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two, her second daughter is one and on April 7, she was shocked to
learn that she was pregnant with three more daughters. She was
unaware of her pregnancy until she went into labor. Four of the girls Atiempt Mitfir Vcr
names begins was an "A" and the fifth one begins with an "S".
The triplets were less than three pounds when they were born after
seven months of the pregnancy. Both she and the girls' father, James
Johnson, who is also 20 years of age are doing their best to handle
the five girls. They have been given help by family members since
the girls are so young. It is believed that because her youngest
daughter before the triplets is only one, Mother A-7 ":

Comedian Tommy Davidson
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NO MORE OIL GUSHING
S It has been three months and a lot of pressure for people in the oil and fishing
industry but it finally happened. BP had told President Obama that they felt they
could plug the oil well by August. On Thursday, the company successfully placed a
cap on the well and closed the third and final giant valve on the leak, plugging the
leak for the first time since April 20, when eleven workers were killed and America
faced the worst oil spill in history.
Some are happy, some are still uncomfortable. Tests are still being done and of
course, our President is taking the weight. Some are celebrating, others are just wait-
ing to see. It is understand that the clean up will not be easy and there is no guaran-
tee in life but, there is hope, something many Americans appeared to have forgotten.

Post-Traumatic Stress Help for Veterans
Many served in World War I and World War II, as
well in other battles and have not had an easy life
after serving. Pictured to the left is one of
Jacksonville's oldest living veterans. Hopefully he
will be able to witness President Obama's aid to vet-
erans with post-traumatic stress disorder. The
President said he will announce Monday, "a long
overdue step" to aid veterans with post-traumatic
stress disorder, making it easier for them to receive
federal benefits.
The new rules will apply not only to veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, but
will also aid those who served in other conflicts.
In the past, a veteran had to prove what caused his illness. With the change, they
will only be required to show the conditions surrounding the time and place where
they served could have contributed to their illness.
President Obama said that our troops should! not be required to 'take notes' for their
claim applications.
The Florida Star have interviewed and provided stories on persons who have suf-
fered from post-traumatic stress and the hardship they endured while trying to get
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in 22 years. Lonnie Franklin, Jr, is now 57 years of age. Police in Los Angeles was
finally able to catch him using DNA linking him to the murder, that was taken from
his son. He was called the "Grim Sleeper" because he took a 14-year break from the
crimes from 1988 to 2002. All of his victims were either shoot or strangled after he
had sexually assaulted them.
One lady was able to get away but all have evidence that linked this one person to
LA Police Department were able to find him after his son had been arrested on a gun
vas swabbed for DNA.
ad been working as a mechanic. Because his son's DNA linked him to the murders, the
e able to swab a coffee cup used by Lonnie Franklin, Jr. at a restaurant and confirmed
tched the DNA found in the serial killings.
rest last week, he and another inmate were waiting for an attorney Serial A-7


Sheryl Underwood Leaves
Tom Joyner for Steve
Harvey Morning Show


Many who have heard Sheryl
Underwood for years on the Tom Joyner
Morning Show are now wondering what
made her leave Tom, very .suddenly, to
join Steve Harvey, including some Zeta
sisters.
AKA Sorority, Inc Trying to
Work Through Legal Matters
A Chicago judge has ordered the direc-
tor of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. to
bring financial records to the courthouse.
It was reported that the Cook County
Judge, requested two days in a row for the
financial records to be bought to the court.
On July 1, 2010, Julia Purnell, 94 years
of age, and a former president of AKA
was told by the court that she could
inspect the records. The records still have
not been made available to her. She and
others are concerned about a million dol-
lars in spending.
The national meeting is being held in St.
Louis this week.


Walter Hawkins Dies
of Cancer
On Sunday,
July 11,
Bishop Walter
Hawkins, 61;
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to say, if any-
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where he is
going. He
left, after suf-
fering with pancreatic cancer. The
bishop was well known for his many
songs but one of the most popular was,
"If Anybody Ask Where I'm Going I
am going up yonder.

Senator Hill Launches
New Empowerment
Initiative for Florida
Florida State Senator Tony Hill
announced the organization of an
African American and Caribbean
Empowerment Initiative to kick off a
major statewide effort to attract, edu-
cate, organize and mobilize
African American and Caribbean
voters in Florida. F.A.C.E. is an
alliance of individuals and groups
linked through common interests. It is
non-partisan.
The goal is to target the 1.6 million
voters to register and vote or lose.


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A quick note on the ongoing drama as it relates to Race, the Tea Party, hate groups and the media. I think
that many are playing in the hands of those that are using race as a tool to further divide and rule. Also,
its important to deactivate the "Willie Chip", immediately.
Some of the Divide & Rule Tactics of modern day: Age, Ethnic origin & language, Color (light vs. dark
skin), African born vs. American born, Intelligence, Occupation, Education, Fine hair vs. coarse hair, Zip
Code, Tall vs. short, Economics (rich vs. poor), Political Party Affiliation, and Religion.
More importantly, mass media have played and will continue to play a crucial role in the way white
Americans and others perceive African-Americans. As a result of the overwhelming media focus this issue,
and forms of anti-social behavior among African-Americans, the media have fostered a distorted and per-
nicious public perception of African-Americans.
Before attempting to understand racism and mass media, one must understand the history of racism. Race
has become an institutional part of American society. From the founding, race has played an integral part
in shaping the American consciousness. The political and economic structure of the American news media
and the local media make them subject to pressures from powerful interest groups.
Finally, the media have and will continue to portray a self-serving negative stereotype of African-American
and the African American community. The societal and economic factors of racism have become more than
just a bias. They are also a profitable industry, in which the elite will continue to suppress the poor and dis-
enfranchised in order to maximize profits and control.
According to Harvard professor Cornell West, 1 percent of the elite holds some 48 percent of America's
wealth. This means that media, racism, and stereotypes will continue to be employed so that those elite can
be sure of their continuing economic stability.

Keep Hope Alive,

Richard Burton
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As hard as it may be for some readers to believe, Lucius Gantt is a very spiritual person. I try to attend
worship services every Sabbath Day at a little church in North Florida.
Almost every Sunday morning someone feels the need to pray for President Barack Obama and his fam-
ily. They usually pray for the President's protection.
They don't pray for God to give Obama wisdom, strength or courage. They just don't want anybody to
assassinate the nation's beloved leader.
Many, if not most, of the people that supported the election of Barack Obama felt that they were voting
for a Messiah. The masses were tired of the wicked and corrupt previous administrations and felt that
Obama would be a fairer Commander in Chief.
Jesus, the Biblical Messiah, had a similar situation. The people don't always
want a leader to be forthcoming or do the right thing. Most people active in cam-
paigns and elections want jobs. Today and in Biblical days, the poor, exploited,
oppressed and neglected masses desire to rise from clerks to supervisors, from
assistants to division directors, from representatives to governors and cabinet
l a members.
All I want so-called leaders to do is tell the truth!
Sdi oThe 2010 truth is clear to me. Despite all of the talk about oil spills, Middle
Eastern wars and immigration reform, America will never recover from its cur-
rent economic predicament until the President and other so-called leaders do
something about job creation.
America needs jobs. Politicians and persons seeking to become politicians
must address the unemployment issue in every city, town and village.
In the United States, if you don't work, you don't eat. If you don't have money
to buy things, you do what you have to do to survive and to some that means
stealing or taking from someone.
People aren't losing their homes because they are bad borrowers; they are los-
ing homes and businesses because they lost their jobs or their source of income.
nG o rgi America confronted employment issues in the past by building railroads and
highways. Job Corps and Conservation Camps were formed. Everything that
government could do to put people to work was done.
You can vote for anyone you choose but if you elect a candidate that only wants
A John n to self promote, only wants to self anoint and only wants to save his or her seat,
so to speak, you will continue to be jobless and hopeless.
The political focus has got to change. The political priorities have to change.
r ga St The political process has to change to make life better for Americans.
If only our political, and religious, leaders would just tell us the truth about
why we are suffering economically and finding it more and more difficult to
obtain and keep a good job.
'We don't need another hero all we need is a way to save our homes! Become
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IL Schedule of Events and Services .'

NEW BEGINNING "SOUL SAVING" MINISTRY
and Bishop A. Spawlding would like to invite all to
their church and Pastor Anniversary. Service will be
July 21, 22 and 23 at 7 pm. Sunday, July 25 there will
be two services at 11 am and 4 pm. The church is locat-
ed at 5214 North Pearl St.in Pearl Plaza
PASTOR ZELMA, DICKERSON AND PEREZ
MINISTRIES INT will be hosting a 501c3 Training on
July 24, 2010 at 9 am. The event will take place at 902
S. Edgewood Avenue. Training will be held on how to
complete paperwork and maintain a non exempt status.
Fore more information call (904) 384-9848.
JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY AND LIV-
INGSTON COLLEGE announce the 2nd Annual
Black College Football commemorative Classic and
Collaborative initiative Addressing the Black/Minority
Male Crisis in America. The football classic will take
place November 6, 2010. The Black and Minority
Males conference will be November 4 and 5. For more
information email atysonjett@bandcassociates.
FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY MARCHING 100
will host its Annual Band Camp and Parade. The band
camp is Saturday, July 10 through Saturday, July 17.
The final performance will be Saturday July 17 at 10
am. For more information call (850) 599-3024
FREE CHOLESTEROL SCREENING offered from
11:00 am 4:00 pm July 14 at SaveRite Pharmacy, 201
W. 48th Street, Jacksonville, FL., For more information
call Cholestcheck: 800-713-3301
THE HIGH MUSEUM OF ART invites the public to
preview Dali, The Late Work exhibit, Tuesday, August
3, 2010. Coffee/tea and light breakfast will be served.
For more information call (404) 733-4585.
SENIOR HEALTH REFORM will be held Monday,
July 12, 2010 from 10:30 to 11:30 am. The event will be
at Beardall Senior Center in Orlando Florida. For more
information call (407) 841-1757
COFFEE CONCERT is a chance for business women
to expand professionally and personally through net-
working. To learn more about the event contact
leonard268@aol.com
FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS will be offered from
11:00 am 4:00 pm July 13 at Winn-Dixie Pharmacy,
1209 Atlantic Blvd, Neptune Beach, FL., For more
information call Cholestcheck: 800-713-3301.
HAVEN HOSPICE will host a weekly support group
for adults grieving the loss of a loved one. The first ses-
sion will start July 20, 2010 from 6 to 7 pm. For more
information call (904) 733-9818
THE LAST BAND STANDING will have you listen-
ing to Florida's best bands! Help decide who will be the
crowned the best and last band standing. The event will
take place July 10 and 16 at the Jacksonville Landing.
The concert and competition begins at 6 pm.
THE LEGENDARY S.O.S. BAND will be performing
their timeless hits in an intimate setting. The concert is
July 17 and will be held at the Times Union Center for

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the Performing Arts. The concert will begin at 8 pm.

THE MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY
present Weather or Not August 24 at 2 pm. Kids will
watch MOSH Educators make a cloud right before their
eyes and watch as they replicate a storm front.
YAPPY HOUR or B.Y.O. D (bring your own dog) will
have dog loves enjoying time with their furry friend.
Come and enjoy live music by the George Aspinall
Band, prizes, a pet expo, contest and more. The event
will take place July 24,2010 at 4 pm at the Jacksonville
Landing .
2010 FCTF CITY CHAMPIONS PRESENTED BY
GO PRO TENNIS presents Jacksonville Golf and
Country Club Tournament. The tournament begins July
29 and ends August 1. For more information call (904)
338-8713
LIMELIGHT THEATER will hold auditions for
Author Miller's The Crucible July 25 and July 26 at 6
pm. The director will be casting eleven men ages 20 to
70 and ten women ages 16 to 70. For more information
visit www.limelight-theater.org.
MILLION MORE MOVEMENT Jacksonville Local
Organizing Committee, Inc is asking the public to
donate clothes, clothes hangers, shoes all sizes and
school supplies to their Clothes Give-A-Way. These
items can be dropped off at 916 Myrtle Avenue,
Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 am till
5 pm. Fore more information visit www.jaxloc.org.
TPC SAWGRASS will be hosting Summer Swing on
July 21 and August 18. Golfers will be able to play nine
holes on Dye's Valley before heading back to TPC
Sawgrass Clubhouse for lawn games, live music and
barbecue. For more information call (904) 273-3235.
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JACKSONVILLE. FL
BRYANT, Ruth
Passed July 9, 2010
COLE, Shanta
Passed July 7, 2010
JONES, Altamese Hall
Died July 11, 2010
KING, Alma L.
Died July 4, 2010
LEWIS, Clarence
Passed July 9, 2010
MEEKS, Kenneth
Passed July 11, 2010
MCGRIFF, Darryl
Keith, Died July 13, 2010
SCOTT, Mae Josie
Passed July 12, 2010
SCOTT, William C.,
Died July 10, 2010
TATUM, Mother Maxine
Died July 15, 2010
WALKER, Ernestine
Passed July 12, 2010
WHEELER, Cleve
Died July 11, 2010
WILLIAMS, David Lee
Died July 11, 2010


WILLIAMS, Dennis J.
Passed July 8, 2010
WILLIAMS, Isabell
Passed July 11, 2010
WILLIAMS, Juana
Noelle,
Died July 12, 2010
WILLIAMS, Shelia.
Passed July 9, 2010


GEORGIA DEATHS
O'BRYANT,Willette
Passed July 14, 2010
SORRELLS, Willie Bob
Died July 9, 2010
WARD, Sr., Wesley
Died July 12, 2010
WHITE, William
Died July 13, 2010


The Church Directory
"Come and Worship With Us".

New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208
Sunday School .................... ..............9:30 a.m .
Sunday Morning ';.-
Intercessory Prayer....................10:45 a.m.
Morning Worship ......................11:00 a.m. Ir
Youth Church -
2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) 7
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 Jirch" Bible Study .......................... 6:30 p.m.
2nd & 4th Thursday "Young at Heart Ministry .......... .10:00 a.m.
Friday
Joy Explosion M ministry ....................... ...... 6:30 p.m.
201 East Beaver St. (904) 355-9475
Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr., Pastor

GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH
"The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
Bishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor
Street Address: 723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575, Jacksonville, Florida 32206
Church Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586
Sunday School............ ........................9:30 a.m.
M morning W orship................................... ....................................... 11:00 a.m .
Tuesday......... ........................... Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m.
Thursday............................................................................... Joy N ight,7:00 p.m .
"Email: Gospell75@aol.com
Website: Greaterelbethel.org


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH of GOD
"Jesus Loves Sinners Church Folk Don 't"
Elder Joseph Rice
Sunday School ----- --------- ----- --10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship ----- ------------12:00 Noon & 7:00 p.m.
Bible Study -------------------Tuesday & Friday------ 7:00 p.m.
(912) 267-6395 (912) 996-4864 Cell
2705 MLK Blvd., Brunswick, GA 31520

Paynes ChapelA.M.E. Church
2200 Albany Street, P.O. Box 759, Brunswick, GA 31520
(912) 261-9555
Rev. Richard Hutcherson, Pastor
Worship Opportunities:
Sunday Church School
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By Betty Asque Davis / Photos by J. Carl

"There's Always Something Happenin.

Sunny Days i
& Starry Nights in Norfolk
Enjoy Yourself: It's Later Than You Think


Members of the Jacksonville MOLES with their
spouses and a set of future members arrived in Norfolk,
Virginia for fun, fellowship, campaigning and a little
business at the 60th Annual Conclave of The MOLES
June 17-20, 2010 ( A few of us arrived early on the
Wednesday preceding and remained until the Monday
following the end of the Conclave).
Re-elected as National Financial Secretary, The
MOLES for a second term was Jacksonville MOLES
co-organizer and Florida -Star Socially Speaking
Columnist Betty Asque Davis. Mrs. Madeline Scales-
Taylor, president of The Jacksonville MOLES again
made presentations as the National Courtesy
Chairperson. Dr. Carolyn Rudd of the Washington, DC
MOLES presided for the first time as National President
during the 60th Conclave and she was phenomenal! The
MOLES Choir was formed that included Jacksonville
Mole members/mother-daughter Mesdames Betty
Asque Davis and Michelle Davis Singleton. The
MOLES Choir conducted by Mrs. D'Walla Simmons-
Burke and Mrs. Johnella Edmonds as pianist at its
inaugural performance sang Sweet, Sweet Spirit,
Certainly Lord, Abide With Me and MOLES written by
Past National President Dr. Vergial Webb during the
Saturday meeting and Memorial Service.
On Thursday evening before the official opening of
the Conclave we celebrated a special birthday for The
Jacksonville MOLES' 'First Mule' Howard Taylor at
the Big Easy Restaurant. The food was FABULOUS!
Later we enjoyed 'MOLE-tinis' as we watched the NBA
finals in the MOLES Hospitality Ballroom.
The 60th Annual Conclave, "Sunny Days & Starry
Nights" hosted by The Portsmouth MOLES was stun-
ningly brilliant! The Thursday and Friday daytime and
early evening activities at the Norfolk Waterside
Marriott Hotel located in downtown Norfolk included:
Sunny Days Jazz Meet and Greet Treasure Hunt
Welcome Party, Golfing and Shopping. The Board
Member Luncheon hosted by The Empire City MOLES
was extraordinarily amazing!
On Friday evening we enjoyed the All White Dinner
Dance in a stunningly decorated ballroom. Saturday
afternoon following the morning business meeting for
The MOLES, we rushed to the Sunny Days Luncheon
where The MOLES presented its Annual Local Charity
Donation. At the luncheon we were our favorite hats
and sunshades. The Mules were off site for another
luncheon activity. Following a little late afternoon rest
we were off to the Starty Nights Cocktail Reception and
the Black Tie "Showtime At the Crystal Palace" Dinner
Dance where the Portsmouth presented a Michael
Jackson dance routine donning the Michael Jackson
signature black hat and sequined glove. Later in the
evening a young dancer performed a fantastic dance
routine that brought the young Michael Jackson back to
us.
At the "Sunny Side Up" Farewell Brunch we bid
fond farewells to all of our friends until next year. After
Mass we took a quick ride over to Suffolk, Virginia to
palatial river home of Portsmouth MOLE member Mrs.
Angela and Wayne Perry for a Fish Fry and Crab Boil.
What a fabulous afternoon watching the Elizabeth
River.
On Monday we couldn't leave without lunch at the
Freemason Abbey Restaurant and then hat shopping for
my Mom.
We then traveled to Williamsburg, Virginia where it
was far too warm (100). We stopped in Charleston,
South Carolina to visit Charleston MOLES Mesdames
Wilhelmenia Johnston Wright and Hazel Stewart
enjoying breakfast with Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Carr,
III (Mrs. Rosemary Carr, the organizer of The
Charleston MOLES is also the niece and cousin, along
with Mesdames Wright and Stewart of the. late Mrs.
Arnolta 'Mama' Williams and Dr. Hortense Williams
Gray, respectively). We then visited The Alphonso
'Al' Bassards in Columbia, South Carolina who hosted
a lovely dinner. We left promising to return next year for
a longer stay.
Enjoying the 60th MOLES Conclave were:
Mesdames Betty Cody (Dr. William); Dr. Barbara
Darby (John); Columnist Betty Asque Davis (J. Carl,
Sr.); Joyce Frink (Neil); Dr. Lois Davis Gibson
(Ernest); Patricia Harley (Langston); Patricia Hill
Mitchell (Dr. Orrin); Ruby Newman (T.C.); Janet
Owens (Gregory); Madeline Scales-Taylor-local
chapter president (Howard); Michelle Davis Singleton
(Mark and daughters Maria and Moira);
Enjoy Yourself; It's Later Than You Think! When
Moles and Mules are together they do just that!!!!


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Annual Original Georgia Sea Islands Festival


Story and photos by Angela Favors-Morrell

Each June, the,quaint community of Saint Simons
Island, Georgia is host to the Annual Original Georgia
Sea Islands Festival. The two day-long festival cele-
brates the history and culture of the Gullah/ Geechee
heritage- descendants of slaves brought from West
Africa to the Lowcountry areas of South Carolina and
Georgia down to Jacksonville, FL.
During this two days of celebration, Local and
regional groups performed, including the Gullah-
Geechee Shouters from Darien, The Glynn County
Shufflers and music by Sounds of the South from
Savannah, Georgia, The Gospel Jewels, The Gospel
Spirituals, Horace Jones and the Gospel Jubiliares, The
Gospel Flames, Sensational Tones, Thirty 8 Twenty of
Atlanta, Georgia and Michael Hulett from Brunswick,
Georgia. Historical and cultural as well as the physical
movements that have become dances and spiritual
movements such as "the ring shout," was presented by
authentic artist Frankie Quimby and the Georgia Sea
Island singers.
Soul food and tasty Southern dishes are served to
visitors, while Handmade baskets, seine nets, music
and dance, craft booths, and art give a glimpse into the
rich culture of the Gullah /Geechee people. The Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) is well known for
their collection of genealogy records provided free
genealogy search and booklet to assist you in searching
for your roots. 'Your Link to our past and our future! -
Jim and Pat Bacote, historians and cultural preserva-
tionists; founders of the Geechee Kunda-America'
Gulla Geechee Center-Riceboro, Georgia, and Denis
Fields' exhibits, "From Africa to Eternity" gave spiritu-
al insight to, with an exciting understanding of the
Gullah culture, dialect and traditions.


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VILLAIN WITH A CHALLENGE IN DESPICABLE ME!
BY RYCH MCCAIN/FEEDBACKRYCH@SBCGLOBAL.NET
PHOTOS COURTESY OF UNIVERSAL PICTURES


With a #1 weekend box
office opening at $60 million, it
doesn't require rocket science to
project that the new animated film k'
"Despicable Me," is on the fast
track to blockbuster status! One of
the reasons for the project's mass
appeal is a humble, master '
comedic actor doing the voice over .
for the film's lead character Gru in
the person of Steve Carell. Gru is a
world-class villain who meets his
greatest challenge in three little tar'
orphan girls. At first he adopts them ..
for a front to attack his ace rival
nemesis Vector (played by Jason
Segel) but the girl's charm and
uncompromising wit forces not only
a change of plans but a change of
heart as well.
Carell is no stranger to
mega hit films. "The 40-Year-Old
Virgin" which he co-wrote with director Judd
Apatow opened #1 in 12 countries including the
U.S. where it stayed in the top position for two
weeks straight grossing more than $175 million
worldwide and generating another $100 million in
DVD sales. His TV remake of "Get Smart"
grossed more than $230 million worldwide and a
sting of other trend setting films such as "Dr.
Seuss' Horton hears a Who!, "Finding Nemo," "
Monsters," the Oscar@ nominated "Little Miss
Sunshine" and others, not to mention his past two


decades of TV successes including his present
Fox-TV Network series smash "The Office;" Carell
is definitely in the driver's seat career wise!
When asked if he went back to his
child/teen years to get the inner depth for his
Despicable Me character Gru in dealing with the
orphan girls and Carell immediately shifts to comic
mode laughing at himself saying, "I've been 6'4
since I was 12. I was 6'4 and a hundred pounds.
I was like Jack skeleton. The kids used to stand
around me in a circle and one by one they would
jump on my back and the rest would chant 'ride


the olf, ride the olf!" With mem-
ories like that to draw on, vil-
lainous behavior couldn't be
too far fetched to conjure up.
What was most appealing
about this project that made it
a "must do" for Carell? He's
back to serious again and
responds, "The idea of a fami-
ly being able to bond over see-
ing something together with
everyone walking out in a
great mood. It's a special thing
I'm telling you, for a family to
walk out of a movie satisfied
and happy and then go have
lunch or dinner together. It is a
very rare thing."
As a writer of comedy,
what was the best advice
Carell ever got? He quickly
points out an important tip that
writer, director, producer Judd Apatow said to him,
"Write a drama. That was the first advice I got
from Judd and that is why his movies are so bril-
liant. He told me when I was writing Sara Marshall
that 'I want the first draft to be a drama. We'll
make it funny. It's gong to be funny because we're
funny; we're going to add jokes and the people we
cast will be funny. When people see it, it will be
funny with an underlying drama.' That's the best
advice I could give if you are trying to write a com-
edy. First write a drama then make it funny."


RYCH MCCAIN'S HOLLYHOOD NOTES!
By Rych McCain/ feedbackrych@sbcglobal.net


Condolences:
Grammy Award@ winner, master
songwriter/composer/arranger/vocalist/piani
st/choir director/workshop conductor and
Pastor of the world renown "Love Center
Church" in Oakland, CA; Bishop Walter
Hawkins, made his transition to our ances-
tors on Sunday, July 11, 2010 at age 61 due
to pancreatic cancer. In a statement to AP,
Hawkin's older brother Edwin said, "Today, I
lost my brother, my pastor and my best
friend. Bishop Hawkins suffered bravely but
now he will suffer no more and he will be
greatly missed." According to the older
Hawkins, his brother passed away at his
Ripon, CA. home. Our prayers and well
wishes go out to the Hawkins family, the
Love Center Church family, friends and
fans.
Also, former Motown Records artist
development VP, songwriter, lead vocalist
and producer Harvey Fuqua made his tran-
sition last Tuesday, July 6, 2010 due to a
heart attack according to a spokesperson
for the Motown Alumni Association. Fuqua
created the hit 50's doo-wap group "The
Moonglows." A newer version of the group
included a young Marvin Gaye whom Fuqua
mentored. After moving to Detroit, Fuqua
formed Tri-Phi and Harvey- Records with
Gwen. Gordy (sister of Berry, Jr), who later
became his wife. Soon after, that label and
its roster which included Marvin Gaye, The
Spinners, Shorty Long and Jr. Walker and
The All-Stars was absorbed by Motown.
Fuqua wrote and produced many Motown
hits as well as producing tracks for his for-
mer girl friend Etta James for Chess
Records. He also discovered and presented
flamboyant disco singer Sylvester and Two
Tons of Fun later known as The Weather
Girls in the 70's. Our prayers and well wish-
es go out to the Fuqua Family, friends, asso-
ciates and fans.
Music:
Rapper Jim Jones has partnered with
the New York City Public School System
and is teaching a six week music business
course at the Grand Street Campus High,
School in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York.
Other entertainers who have also commit-
ted include Ryan Leslie, Doug e. Fresh,
Grandmaster Caz and Easy A.D. of Cold


-Crush Brothers fame. Of course yop all
know that Kelly Roland dropped her new
Motown/Universal album "Grown Woman."
Music Review:
Prophet Tommy Tee has a new
Album "Changing Times" out on the House
of the Heavenly Host label. This is one of
the better gospel albums out in that it leans
in a new direction for the genre. The sound
is a mix of hip-hop meets new wave. The
cuts are very deliciously saut6ed with a
funky bass/drum hip-hop bottom beat and
melodiously flavored arrangements that pro-
duce a pulsating yet mellow wave sound
that is distinctly gospel.. Prophet Tee is not
only the creator but is definitely a master of
this new sound which is more than certain to
spawn a devoted following and create a
string of new artists who will be quick to pick.
up his style!
Movies:
Predatprs; Twentieth Century Fox
Pictures, Dune Entertainment, A
Troublemaker Studios/Davis Entertainment
Company Production. Starring Adrien Brody,
Topher Grace, Alice Braga, Walton Goggins,
Oleg Taktarov, Laurence Fishburne, Danny
Trejo, Louis Ozawa Changchien,
Mahershalalhashb Ali and Carey L. Jones,
Brian Steele and Derek Mears as the
Predators. Directed by Himrod Antal.
Written by Alex Litvak & Michael
Finch.Based on the characters created by
Jim and John Thomas. Produced by Robert
Rodriguez, John Davis and Elizabeth
Avellan.
If you've seen one Predator movie,
you've basically seen them all. If you are a
fan of the franchise you'll pretty much like
this one. This time a group of earthly
humans who have criminal backgrounds are
scooped up one by one and dropped via a
parachute on the Predator's planet and are
hunted as game. The ending has sequel
written all over it but if they don't come up
with a different twist on the plot, the next
three Predators will only be more of the
same!
Hit me up at feedback-'
rych@sbcglobal.net
Study, Observe and Win!
Rych


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As hard as it may be for some readers to believe,
Lucius Gantt is a very spiritual person. I try to
attend worship services every Sabbath Day at a lit-
tle church in North Florida.
Almost every Sunday morning someone feels
the need to pray for President Barack Obama and
his family. They usually pray for the President's
protection.
They don't pray for God to give Obama wisdom,
strength Or courage. They just don't want anybody
to assassinate the nation's beloved leader.
Many, if not most, of the people that supported
the election of Barack Obama felt that they were
voting for a Messiah. The masses were tired of the
wicked and corrupt previous administrations and
felt that Obama would be a fairer Commander in Chief.
Jesus, the Biblical Messiah, had a similar situation. The people don't always
want a leader to be forthcoming or do the right thing. Most people active in
campaigns and elections want jobs. Today and in Biblical days, the poor,
exploited, oppressed and neglected masses desire to rise from clerks to supervi-
sors, from assistants to division directors, from representatives to governors
and cabinet members.
All I want so-called leaders to do is tell the truth!
The 2010 truth is clear to me. Despite all of the talk about oil spills, Middle
Eastern wars and immigration reform, America will never recover from its cur-
rent economic predicament until the President and other so-called leaders do
something about job creation.
America needs jobs. Politicians and persons seeking to become politicians
must address the unemployment issue in every city, town and village.
In the United States, if you don't work, you don't eat. If you don't have
money to buy things, you do what you have to do to survive and to some that
means stealing or taking from someone.
People aren't losing their homes because they are bad borrowers; they are
losing homes and businesses because they lost their jobs or their source of
income.
America confronted employment issues in the past by building railroads and
highways. Job Corps and Conservation Camps were formed. Everything that
government could do to put people to work was done.
You can vote for anyone you choose but if you elect a candidate that only
wants to self promote, only wants to self anoint and only wants to save his or
her seat, so to speak, you will continue to be jobless and hopeless.
The political focus has got to change. The political priorities have to change.
The political process has to change to make life better for Americans.
If only our political, and religious, leaders would just tell us the truth about
why we are suffering economically and finding it more and more difficult to
obtain and keep a good job.
We don't need another hero all we need is a way to save our homes! Become
of fan of The Gantt Report on Facebook. Buy Gantt's book "Beast Too: Dead
Man Writing" and contact Lucius at www.allworldconsutants.net)


Announcements, meetings, happenings, and community events
scheduled in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.


THE ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK presents Jazz in the Park Sunday, July
25 at St. Simmons Lighthouse Lawn. The event will take place from 7-9 pm and
will feature the jazz group Silver Lining. For more information visit golde-
nilsearts.org.
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRI-
CULTURE SCIENCES is offering a new class on Freshwater Wetlands in the
Florida Masters Naturalist Program. The first class will begin August 3, 2010.
The sessions will be held at the university of Florida in Jacksonville,FL. This
program is for adults who want to learn more about Florida's environment. For
more information call (904) 387-8850
JACKSONVILLE BLACK PRIDE will be hosting their yearly events
August 12-15, 2010. Events include a mini film festival, a beach party and a
community picnic. The Jacksonville Black Pride will also host workshops and
a closing party for the end of their festivities. For more information please con-
tact (904) 325-5559.
NATIONAL SPEAKERS ASSOCIATION presents the 2010 NSA Annual
Convention. The convention will be held at the Orlando World Center Marriott
in Orlando, Fl from July 17-20. For more information visit www.nsaspeaker.org
THE GLYNN JACKSON THE AGENCY in conjuction with Sensational
Hair will provide makeovers to all active duty service members in Jacksonville,
Fl. Limited slots are available. For more information email glynnjack-
son@gmail.com
UNIVERSAL ORLANDO CONCERT SERIES will have their last summer
concert featuring the Counting Crows. The event will take place Saturday, July
17, 2010 at 9pm. The venue will be at the Music Plaza. For more information
visit universalorlando.com/summer.
THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTEC-
TION'S FLORIDA STATE PARKS will waive daily entrance fees of all state
parks on Saturday, July 17, 2010 in recognition of National Parks and
Recreation month and in celebration of the 75th Anniversary. For more infor-
mation visit www.floridastateparks.org.
THE JOHN AND MABLE RINGLING MUSEUM OF ART present Circus,
Cirque, Circo: A Family Tradition from July 17 to August 1. Fore more infor-
mation, call (941) 359-5700.
FREE DIABETES SCREENINGS will be offered from 10 am to 3 pm July
29 to July 30 at K-mart. The K-Mart is located at 4645 Blanding Blvd,
Jacksonville, Fl. For more information call (800) 713-3301
DOWNTOWN OPERATIONS MEETING will be August 3, 2010 at 9:30
am. This meeting will give people a chance to discuss downtown cleanliness,
safety updates of the area and other concerns they may have for the downtown.
For more information call (904) 634-0303
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF FLORIDA will be hosting a Healthy
Cook-Off Challenge on July 24, 2010 in Jacksonville, Fl. The event will take
place at the Karpeles Museum from 11 am to 4 pm. For more information visit
www.goodtimeslive.com.
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Ask Deanna


By Deanna M.


Dear Deanna,
I feel there's a difference between honesty and
not telling the whole truth in a relationship. My hus-
band has the tendency to leave out important facts.
I've learned that he'll tell me what he wants me to
know and when I find out other things, he claims he
forgot. How do you forget that you have a child,
how do you forget that you got fired and how do you
forget you have a wife. In other words, he's living a
double life and I don't know what to do?
Carol Charleston, SC


Dear Carol:
Your marriage is missing trust and communication which are the
strongest staples for a solid relationship.
There are also some issues with you that may cause your husband to be
intimidated so he's forced to lie about everything. However, there are no
excuses for his double life in which he has committed adultery.
The both of you need to invest in a therapist to sort out your issues, organ-
ize your mess and clear the air of the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde personalities.
Dear Deanna!
My boyfriend has finally proposed and I don't know if I want to accept.
I had images and thoughts that when it happened, I would feel a certain way
and my life would change. My heart feels heavy and now I'm scared and not
sure if I want to get married. I realize that I have to answer to him, my life
will change and I lose all of my freedom. Is there anything I can do to feel
better about this whole thing?
Anonymous On-Line Reader
Dear Anonymous,
You can feel better by realizing that you're not ready for marriage.
You may want the benefits of finance, sex and entertainment, but you're not
ready for the idea of a committed marriage. Have a talk with your boyfriend
so that he doesn't spend money or make any investments knowing you have
cold feet. Marriage is a blessing and a benefit.
You may need to re-evaluate this situation and be the bigger person and
make the right decision to walk away.
Dear Deanna!
My daughter has a two-year old son and they both live with me. I have
rules as far as anyone eating in certain areas, cleaning up and purchasing
their own toiletries. She allows my grandson to run wild all over the place,
there are juice stains and fingerprints everywhere and my carpet is ruined.
Then to make matters worse, she uses my detergent and cleaning supplies. I
work full-time and I am stressed because they're ruining my place. How do
I handle this?
Stressed Grandma Glen Burney, MD
Dear Grandma,
Your grandson and your daughter both need discipline.
You have to realize the toddler is going to be a handful and he'll be into
everything on a regular basis.
This is no excuse because your daughter should be teaching him a few
things. He's at a curious stage but he can use a few taps on those little hands
when they wander. Put your foot down to your daughter that she needs to
take care of her child and stop being a freeloader or she's out and keep it
moving.

Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. WiteAsk Deanna! Deanna M, 264 S La Cienega, Suite 1283,
Belerly Hills, CA 90211 or Email: askdeannal@yahoo.com Webske: www.askdeanna.comn


Ulysses W. Watkins, Jr., M.D.
"Health Notes"
Headaches

The headache is one of the mbst annoying
and universal complaints known to man. It is
an outstanding cause -of absenteeism from
school and work, and one of the great sources
of inefficiency on the job.
A Although people between the ages of 30 and
50 have the greatest number of headaches, the
disorder is conmmnon to all ages.
Strictly speaking the headache is not a dis-
ease. Rather it is a symptom of a disorder within the body. Its occurrence may
be of only minor significance, but it may also indicate a serious disturbance.
No one understands completely the physical nature of the headache. It is gen-
erally believed that headaches result from pressure of the blood vessels upon the
lining of the brain.
Although the precise nature of headaches is not completely understood, many of
their causes have been identified.
Some headaches are structural or organic in nature.
They are caused by a change in the structure of the brain. Such a change might
be the result of a concussion, a tumor, or destruction of brain tissue by the
syphilis or some other disease. Other headaches are said to be toxic (caused by


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Tobacco, alcohol, exhaust froni cars, and even diseases are capable of producing
toxic headaches.
Perhaps the most common headaches are the functional variety, or those
caused by disturbances in the body functions. High blood pressure, circulatory
difficulties, constipation, fatigue, eyestrain, and tension are typical causes.
The migraine headache is a functional headache. Not much is known about it.
Some authorities believe that it may be related to an allergy; function. Still other
authorities have suggested that it is greatly influenced by personality makeup.
There is some evidence that it runs in families.
The effective treatment of headaches is the removal of the cause.
A headache that is organic in its nature requires medical attention.
Toxic headaches disappear when the poison itself has been eliminated.
A large percentage of headaches are caused by tension and anxiety, and these
usually o away after a time without treatment.
The headaches that develop in the evening are frequently caused by mental over-
work, emotional stress, and eyestrain. Such headaches usually respond to rest
and sleep. Aspirin is helpful in obtaining relief from the pain.


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From Actual Police Reports

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WANTED
The listed suspect Brett D. Deese is wanted in connection to three robberies,
Coastline Credit Union, Bank of America and Wachovia Bank. The suspect enters
the financial institution and passes the teller a note. The note warns the teller that
he has a gun and to give him the money. The suspect is described as a male 5'7"
150-1601bs. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 630-0500 or to receive a possible reward call crime
stoppers at 1-866-845 tips
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On June 25, 2010 at 2:40pm police were dispatched to the Wachovia Bank
located at 6530 St. Augustine Road in reference to an armed bank robbery.
Pictures of the unknown bank robbery suspect are attached. He is described
as 6' tall and weighing 180 pounds.
Anyone with any information as to the identity of this individual or knows
his whereabouts 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.


Crimes Around


the


Neighborhood


On July 12, 2010 the zone 1
units arrested 4 teens; Devin
Porter (16 years of age), Gerrod
Jones (14 years of age), Anthony
Revoal (16 years of age), and
Guy Revoal (18 years of age) for
throwing deadly missiles into a
vehicle. The teens were using
the overpass to throw rocks at
oncoming vehicles. On July 12,
2010, police were in position to
take the suspects into custody.
The teens were caught piling
rocks on the overpass. After they
were taken into custody, the
teens confessed that they were
the ones throwing rocks. The
suspect pictured is 18 year old


Guy Anthony Revoal.


On Saturday, June 19, 2010 at 2205 hours, two children, later identified as
Gerrard Ibeagwa (age 6) and Blessing Ibeagwa (age 3), were found unresponsive
in their neighbor's swimming pool located on Sunrise Ridge Lane. The children
were transported by rescue to area hospitals, but both children died.
A neighbor found the gate to his yard open, and the complaint pointed, out
a wooden step ladder that did not belong to him outside this gate.
Jovita Ibeagwa, the mother of the children, told detectives she left for work
at 6:35pm. Before leaving the home, she called her husband and father to the chil-
dren, Markanthony Ibeagwa. Markanthony was at work and told Jovita he would
leave work and come home to watch the children. Jovita left the children unattend-
ed and drove to her job site. Jovita was unaware of any problems until she received
a.phone call telling her the police and Fire-Rescue was at her home. Jovita left her
work and drove directly home.
The husband, Markanthony verified he was at work when he received a
phone call from Jovita telling him to come home. Markanthony did not leave his
job site. He claimed at first his car broke down. Then Markanthony changed his
story and admitted he wanted to stay at work to get "more hours" of pay.
Markanthony admitted the couple left the children unattended on other occasions.
On Sunday, June 20, 2010 autopsies were performed on both children by the
Medical Examiner's Office. The Cause of Death for both children was due to
drowning. The Manner of Death was Accident (Non-vehicular). Both parents
admitted they individually and collectively failed to supervise their young children,
and both children died as a result of this lack of supervision.
Markanthony C lbeagwa (45 years old) and Jovita C Ibeagwa (41 years old)
have been charged with Aggravated Manslaughter of a child under 18 years by cul-
pable negligence and Child Neglect on July 12, 2010.


Your Weekly

HOROSCOPE

July 12, 2010 July 18, 2010


ARIES

You're a thrill seeker, Aries.
As an impulsive Ram, you
often look for activities that
will kick up your adrena-
line. On Monday your urge
for excitement will propel
you to the danger zone.
Exercise caution! On
Friday you may feel befud-
dled. The Moon in your
zone of daily activities
opposes hazy Neptune,
adding confusion to your
regular routine. You may
get lost walking around the
house. A new perspective
on a problem will occur to
you on Sunday.


CANCER

You'll need to step out oj
your comfort zone this
week. On Monday the
Moon in Cancer is quin-
cunx hazy Neptune. You'll
have to go the distance to
set matters right in a com-
plicated matter Your sense
of positive well-being will
rise on Wednesday. As your
spirits improve, physical
ailments will start to evap-
orate. On Sunday you'll
need to step back and let a
family member make his or
her own choices. It's time
to let go in this situation.

LIBRA

You usually go out of your
way to cooperate with oth-
ers. After all, congenial
Venus is your ruling planet!
On Tuesday Venus is quin-
cunx excessive Jupiter and
you'll stop being so accom-
modating to others. You'll
go off in search of peace
and quiet on Friday. You
thrive on harmony. Feel
free to remove yourself
from chaos. Guidance may
be in short supply on
Sunday. You'll need to rely
on your personal resources.
It's time to make your own
life decisions.


CAPRICORN

Change is hard for you.
However; now that Pluto is
in Capricorn, you're walk-
ing on the road of transfor-
mation. On Tuesday you'll
make a life-altering deci-
sion. You may have an
oopss" moment on Friday.
The Moon opposes unpre-
dictable Uranus in your
home zone, and you'll need
to be especially careful
La1,1,,1i1 the house. Watch
v'o r step! You'll be ready
t, pamper yourself this
weekend. Remember; you
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TAURUS

Hold steady, Taurus! This
week you need to keep on
an even keel. Yes, you'll
have challenges to face. On
Tuesday you'll need to call
on your fortitude. Your
ruler Venus is trine potent
Pluto and you'll have an
abundance of powerful
energy at your disposal.
Persistence pays off on
Friday. Plug along until
you reach your objective.
Follow your instincts on
Saturday. It isn't the time to
let logic lead the way.
Instead, rely on your inner
voice.


LEO

Get ready for a major reve-
lation on Monday. You'll
realize you aren't living life
in a way that makes you
happy. It's time to create
the lifestyle that suits you.
Exasperation will be your
main mood on Tuesday.
You'll have a hard time
making a choice in a cer-
tain situation. Be prepared
to experience frustration as
you wrestle with your deci-
sion. You'll give a friend
one last chance to make
amends when the Moon
sextiles Mercury in Leo on
Saturday.
SCORPIO

You have a lot of inner'
strength, but of course,
you're still human! On;
Wednesday you might expe-
rience a lot of stress. Try to
rest and relax. An associate
will be up to no good on
Friday. The Moon is square
your ruling planet Pluto
and you'll tangle with
someone who isn't on your
side. Keep a lid on all per-
sonal matters when this
person is around. On
Sunday you'll feel restless.
Find ways to burn ofj
excess energy.


AQUARIUS

You can usually see an
argument from your oppo-
nent's point of view.
However, Venus is quin-
cunx Jupiter in your zone
of communication on
Tuesday and you'll be at
odds with someone who
doesn't share your beliefs.
Keep the big picture in
sight on Friday. Ask your-
self what you truly hope to
accomplish in a certain
matter. If you aren't sure, it
may be time to cease action
until you know the answer.
Your thoughts will be
extremely scattered on
Sunday.


GEMINI

You have the ability to
visualize your goals. Your
ruler is mental Mercury
and you possess the gift of
clear thinking. You'll
receive a burst of insight on
Monday when the Moon is
conjunct Mercury. You'll
understand how to achieve
your objective in a certain
situation. Stay away from
difficult people on
Wednesday. You'll
encounter someone who
goes out of his or her way
to provoke you. Honesty
matters on Sunday. Admit
to a loved one you made a
mistake.


VIRGO

Persistence is one of your
best traits, Virgo. Your
resourcefulness will come
in handy on Wednesday.
The Moon in Virgo is quin-
cunx erratic Uranus and an
aspect of your life will
change without warning.
Remember; you can always
make lemonade ,out of
lemons. You'll dig out your
detective hat on Friday.
You'll need to poke around
for the truth in a certain sit-
uation. On Sunday you'll
have to take charge in a
matter of great importance.
Access your personal
power.

SAGITTARIUS

You always say what's on
your mind, Sagittarius.
You're very blunt! On
Monday you'll need to be
diplomatic when talking to
a close associate. Be care-
ful about making a promise
to a friend on Friday. The
Moon in your zone of
friendship opposes extrava-
gant Jupiter and you'll be
unable to fulfill your
pledge. On Sunday an issue
you don't want to deal with
will pop up. You won't be
able to sweep this matter
under the rug.


PISCES

Don't listen to advice from
others this week. On
Wednesday you'll need to
rely on yourself when mak-
ing life choices. Unfinished
business from the past may
pop up on Friday. The
Moon is quincunx your rul-
ing planet, escapist
Neptune, and you'll have to
deal with an issue you
thought was put to rest. You
could be in denial regard-
ing this situation. Check to
make sure you have the real
scoop before confronting a
fiend on Sunday.
Remember; gossip is unreli-
able!
horoscope.com


GIRL FOUND DEAD IN HER APARTMENT
Police are looking for a vehicle in connection with the murder of woman,
Tiara Pool (black female, 21 years old) found in her apartment located in the
Country Club Lakes Apartments in the 4000 block of Hodges Boulevard Monday
afternoon. The vehicle is described as a 2003 beige Chevy Malibu with Florida tag
F44-3NI. Anyone with information about the incident or vehicle is asked to contact
the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office at 904.630.0500 or Crime Stoppers at
1.866.845.TIPS.

THIS MESSAGE SENT ON BEHALF OF FIRST COAST
CRIMES STOPPERS:
Volunteer opportunities exist with this community-based organization that
is dedicated to reducing crime through anonymous tips and rewards. Volunteers
must pass a background check and will receive training. FCCS Volunteers work at
various fundraising events, community events, trade shows, etc. to help raise
awareness and encourage donations to this worthwhile organization.
PERFECT OPPORTUNITY for a student looking to fulfill Community
Service hours, or any volunteer that wants to help them meet their mission. Please
contact 904-5887 or visit www.fccrimestoppers.com


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Where Did they Go?


By Jordan Hill


The Spain Soccer Team celebrate their FIFA
World Cup Title after winning soccer's most
covenant tournaments.
This is the team's first world cup title and what
seemed to be. a long journey to victory is finally
over.
Spain played against the Netherlands in the tour-
nament's finals. Spain became the world's new
champions after a late game goal made by Andres
Iniesta. The final score was 1-0.
For years, Spain has been a disappointment dur-
ing past FIFA World Cup appearances. Now
Spain has joined West Germany and France as the
only nations to hold the world and European titles
at the same time.
The new soccer champions now replace Brazil
in ranking according to the FIFA World Ranking.
Spain moves to second place while Brazil dropped down to third. Uruguay rose to
sixth place, the highest ranking for their team. New Zealand had the biggest change
in rank as the team moved climbed from 54th place to 24th.


7 k- Iivaiier l tansi a i 11in a stat e ui snlH'
after the announcement of Lebron James
.t departing from Cleveland.
Lebron, who announced he would be
pla ing for the Miami Heat, has brought a
t J title \ ave of controversy and resentment to
the citN of Cleveland.
'* A fer the epic announcement on ESPN,
minan\ fans began to bum James'jerseys, rip
.up posters and destroy any other piece of
4 memorabilia that had the number 23 on it.
Later on that week, workers began to take
do% nii the giant Nike Witness Mural. To add
.. fu el to the fire, team owner Dan Gilbert
released an open letter to fans and made
L_ sure that the harsh letter hit the media cir-
cuit.
The letter tried to calm the fears of Cavs fans but ultimately threw slugs at the one
time favorite player. Gilbert wrote: "I PERSONALLY GUARANTEE THAT THE
CLEVELAND CAVALIERS WILL WIN AN NBA CHAMPIONSHIP BEFORE
THE SELF-TITLED FORMER 'KING' WINS ONE."
In bold letters and with bold confidence, Gilbert expressed his anger and many
fans felt the same way. David Stem was not pleased with Gilbert rant and fined the
owner with a $100,000 fine. To make matters even worse, Rev. Jesse Jackson coun-
teracts Gilbert's statement by saying that the owner treated the trading of James like
a slave.
During the Decision television special James did witness the burning of his jer-
seys and fans reactions but he stood by his decision to go to Miami. He wanted to
win and he felt the only way possible was to go to a different team. During the eight
days that the James had to make up his mind, information of his plans began to leak
and it was not in favor for Cleveland. Even though the Cavs were making moves as
if James would be on board for the next season, with a blink of an eye, James was
gone.
Now the question on every Cavs and NBA fan alike is can the team rebuild the
franchise and how?
The truth is, whether fans and the team its self will admit it or not, is that the team
will not be able to rebuild their team in one day. It will take some time and to build
a good team, the process can not be rushed. Most likely they will not be competing
in the finals. If Cleveland wants to rebuild so they can see a potential championship
run, the team needs to focus and stop complaining that James is gone. If the team
were to sign good players and groom them, sooner or later they can bring Cleveland
back to life.


Zydrunas Ilgauskas played for the Cleveland
Cavaliers since he was first drafted as the 20th
pick in 1996. The 2 time NBA All Star recently
left Cleveland to join Lebron, Wade and Bosh in
Miami to play for the Heat. He signed a contract
for $1.3 million


Amare Stoudemire, formally the Phenoix Suns
Forward, signed with the New York Knicks. The
All Star player signed a 5 year contract for $99.7
million. Stoudemire spent his entire career with
the Suns, but his dream team was the Knicks.
The Knicks passed up on him during the 2002
NBA Draft





Carlos Boozer, who has played for the
Cleveland Calvaliers and recently for Utah,
left the Jazz to play for the Chicago Bulls.
Boozer signed with the Bulls with a reported
3 year deal for $15 million dollars. Boozer is
an olympic gold medalist and a 2 Time NBA
All Star.


Jaguars sign rookie for


four years


By Jordan Hill
The Jacksonville Jaguars have
signed rookie defensive end
Austen Lane to a 4 year con-
tract.
Lane, a fifth round draft pick
from Muarry State, received a
signing bonus of $180,000 and
will earn the minimum salaries
each year. The minimum salary
for a rookie this year is
$320,000.


Lane became the second W
rookie to sing on to play for the
Jaguars. Earlier in the week,
Larry Hart signed a four year
deal as well.
The 6-foot-5, 274 pound
Lane finished his college career with 29 sacks and 211 tackles. He was selected to
help boost Jacksonville's pass rush. Unfortunately, he missed most of the off season.
workouts due to a hamstring injury.
Jacksonville's first home game is August 21 against the Miami Dolphins. To pur-
chase tickets visit www. jaguars.com.



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ESSENCE MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Coca-Cola Polar Bear (center) is joined by (left to right) ESSENCE President
Michelle Ebanks; New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu; Coca-Cola Company Senior Vice-
President, and Chair, The Coca-Cola Foundation, Ingrid Saunders Jones; and ESSENCE
Editor-in-chief Angela Burt-Murray during the kick-offpress conference for the 16th annual
2010 ESSENCE Music Festival. This year's annual three-day event-held over the Fourth of
July weekend in New Orleans-also celebrated ESSENCE magazine's 40th anniversary. The
ESSENCE Music Festival is the largest annual gathering of African-American music and cul-
ture and featured headliner performances by Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys and Mary J. Blige at
the Louisiana Superdome. Attendees were also inspired during the ESSENCE Empowerment
Seminars held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center which featured Jada Pinkett Smith,
Bill Cosby, Steve Harvey, Bishop TD. Jakes and many more. The presenting sponsor for the
2010 Essence Music Festival is Coca-Cola. Other 2010 ESSENCE Music Festival sponsors
include Coors Light, CoverGirl Queen, Ford, McDonald's, Olay, Pantene, Tide, U.S. Army;
Wal-Mart; AARP, CNN, HBO, My Black is Beautiful, TBS, TVOne and 14sa. (Photo, Brad
Barket/The Picture Group)


Jacksonville

Urban League


Empowering Communities.
Changing Lives.


JUL EMPOWERS YOUTH THROUGH SUMMER
ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL ENRICHMENT CAMP
The Jacksonville Urban League is currently serving sixty youth ages 5-15 within its sum-
mer academic and cultural enrichment camp program. The camp began about one month ago and
will run until the end of July. The academic camp primarily focuses on math, science and read-
ing including technology awareness, spelling bee, book club and math tutoring. The youth com-
pleted individual science projects through research on various search engines, reading, writing
and incorporating pictures. Rock Candy, Antarctica Fossils and Crystals were just a few of the
many interesting topics the youth selected. The technology camp also provided an opportunity for
youth to utilize .their artistic interest and talents by learning how to draw and creating comic
books through ToonDoo.com. The cultural enrichment activities consist of dance, drama and var-
ious fun and adventurous field trips. The youth visited the Jacksonville Public Library and chose
a book to read and wrote book reports on "Utterly Me", "Blue Ghost" and "Star Wars Boba Felt".
Julia Henry-Wilson, Director, stated: not only is this camp something fun for the children during
the summer; our approach to this program is to also reinforce and expand the youth's academics
in reading, math and science". The youth also achieved 100% math scores, now that's empower-
ment"!
The Jacksonville Urban League is a nonprofit, community-based organization serving the
Jacksonville community 63 years by providing Education, Employment & Training, Economic
and Community Empowerment. Our mission is to assist African Americans and others achieve
economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights.
Media Contact: Tanya R. Downs, t.downs@jaxul.org 904-899-8115
School Board Forums

Hello, my name is Kenneth Dikas. I'm a teacher at Ribault Middle School, and this
summer I'm working with the Jacksonville Public Education Fund (www.jaxpef.org) to organ-
ize town hall style forums for candidates of the upcoming school board election on August 24th
and November 2nd. At these forums, they'll discuss their platforms and take questions from
community members and stakeholders.
As you most likely know, there are 7 districts in Jacksonville and each district is repre-
sented by one seat on the school board. Districts 2, 4, and 6 are up for election. Since there are
three open seats, we will be having three forums, one for each set of candidates:
District 2 will be July 27th at Twin Lakes Middle School
District 4 will be August 9th at Ribault High School
District 6 will be July 29th at Ed White High School
All forums will be from 6 pm to 8 pm
We would love for you to attend. For those of you that are media outlets, we invite you
to come and cover the event. For those of you who are involved in the community, we encour-
age you to come and to invite others. This is very important; JPEF wants members of the com-
munities whose sons, daughters, nephews, nieces, and grandchildren attend the schools in ilws c
districts to stand up and take ownership over the direction of education in Jacksonville by par-
ticipating.
Thanks for your time. Please e-mail me at kdikas(a)gmail.com or call me at (904) 304-
9585 to RSVP and ask questions.
My best,
Kenneth Dikas


College and Career Comer
By RIose Rennekamp
Column #74

The Secrets to a Scheduling Success

My friend's daughter begins high school this fall. The soon-to-be
freshman is the youngest of five children, so while her mother is
familiar with the transition from middle to high school, the 14-year-
old isn't.
It's causing some tension.
The daughter wants to take algebra but she isn't fond of math. In
fact, she struggles in her eighth-grade pre-algebra class. Still, all of
her friends are signing up for algebra next year and she doesn't want
to be left behind. Meanwhile, her mother is pushing for a slower-
paced math class, which she believes her daughter is better prepared
to take.
"My daughter believes that I think she's stupid," my friend said.
"We're barely speaking."
I don't want to take sides in a mother/daughter crisis, but I'd like
to offer some information parents can pass along to students if they
find themselves in this type of disagreement. Of course, students
shouldn't sign up for a class because they want to be with their
friends. They need to choose the toughest classes available that
they're ready to take, and build toward college-ready skills. But stu-
dents need to remember the "Core."
The core curriculum is the foundation of a high school education.
The core curriculum consists of a minimum of four years of English,
three to four years of math (Algebra I and higher), and three years of
science and social studies. ACT research indicates that students who
follow this path are more likely to be ready for college than students
who take less than the core. Test scores also indicate that students who'
take these core, college-prep courses also perform better on the ACT.
Students who' take the most challenging classes, like Physics, usually
do best.
Some students arrive in high school without the skills necessary
to immerse themselves in the challenging core classes. It's important
for parents to help their students choose the right classes at the right
time. Here are some tips to successfully navigate the core curriculum
schedule quest:
1. Follow the school's guidelines.
Some of the guesswork may be eliminated, because many high
schools recommend classes for students at each grade level. Make
sure you know what your teen is supposed to take before he fills his
schedule with other classes.
2. Don't skip ahead.
There's a reason why some classes have prerequisites. A student
can't jump into Spanish II without having passed Spanish I. Likewise,
Algebra II would be very difficult to follow without the skills learned
in Algebra I and Geometry. Students may think they're ready for a
particular class, but success is hard to come by without learning the
basic skills first.
3. Know what colleges expect.
Core curriculum and college requirements aren't the same thing.
College admission offices look at grades in the core classes, but they
also require credits in visual or performing arts, foreign language, and
perhaps even computer skills. Check out the admission requirements
of colleges online to be sure your teen's high school course load is on
track with higher education's expectations. Be sure to include several
colleges in your research, as requirements may vary from school to
school.
4. Don't take the easy route.
Sometimes students will take classes below their skill level in an
effort to boost their grade point average (GPA). Elective courses add
spice to a class schedule and may even spark the beginning of a career,
but they may not help your teen succeed in college.
5. Consider getting extra help outside the classroom.
I always remind students that just because they haven't learned some-
thing yet doesn't mean they can't. It may just mean that the subject
hasn't been taught in a way that clicks with them. Perhaps my friend's
daughter should work with-a tutor over the summer, or take a summer
school class. I took three statistics classes in college and grad school
- and got good grades but it wasn't until the final class that I real-
ly understood it.
6. Ask questions.
Don't be afraid to ask for help. Planning a high school schedule
isn't easy. If it was, everyone in every school would follow the same
schedule every year. If you and your teen aren't sure which direction
to go, contact your student's counselor. Counselors are there to help.
Rose Rennekamp is the vice president of communications for ACT
She is a mom and has a master's of education in guidance and coun-
seling. For more college and career-planning :nf' maii,'n. visit
wt w.:aclsludent.org. Have a question you want answered in a future
column? Send a letter to this newspaper or e-mail Rose at


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Do you like to play games?
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Many adults think kids don't know how to play
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Match the games to skills used while playing them:
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