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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

SUBSCRIBE a PRE-SORTED STANDARD ONLINE ■ W 7 U.S. POSTAGE PAID SAN Blackvoicenews.com I II AM lm ISi ■ IA WIII I ■" ■" W«/ Vk NMA Pushes Medicare Rx Plan for Blacks Some Black Churches Urging "We want to take the politics out of Black leaders have told them not to criticized rollout, now is the time to step Edel Archer, 78 of Riverside is torn But, I've heard horror stories from the equation and focus on the benefits of enroll. While these messages are well up to the plate with education and get between the advice she gets from church church members who have seen preSeniors Not to Enroll Medicare Part D," said Dr. Sandra L. intended considering the plan's highly Blacks enrolled," said Dr. Gladson. members versus the recommendation scription costs double and triple under Gladson, president of the NMA, a group l M iv | from her doctor to enroll in the drug The Black Voice News of more than 2 5 5 000 Black doctors. She plan. "My doctor says it's a good deal. See MEDICARE ' Pa 9 e AA RI...

Publication Title: Black Voice News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page A-4 Thursday, March 23, 2006 ■ H I » sidelines among those without a voice," I AKI munities as well. Most of the cases her office handles but Morales said she would like to see a IVI w/Al\t said Dr. Gladson. ' People who receive earned income involve housing issues, especially evic- greater focus in this area. The NMA has joined with AARP, the credits from the IRS use the money they tions and tenants living in unsafe and Most of the current cases that her Continued from Front Page National Pan-Hellenic Council of Black Continued from Front Page receive to pay rent and buy groceries, unhealthy conditions. About 40 percent office receives involve special education the plan Some were signed up involun- sororities and fraternities, the National Darryl Moore, the managing attorney meaning that the money spent goes back of the annual budget is spent handling matters and disciplinary practices includtarily or had been forced to switch from Urban League and the NAA...

Publication Title: Black Voice News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

Commentary The Black Voice News Page A-2 Thursday, March 23, 2006 Riverside Employment Practice BVN Readers Speak Out haS Chilling Effect tOWard LACK OF INCLUSION (Pimps, Players & Hustler's reducing crime. The interim ment of our communities in the ---JI | Gang). Accused of this sensless San Bernardino Police Chief, "hood." -DldCIvS "Inclusion" is a popular word death, (seven men in total) all Mike Billdt says that out of the In order to accomplish this amongst both current and aspir- pleaded not guilty in court a few 58 homicides in 2005— 33 were monumental task it takes everyBack in the 1960s it was legal in I i~h ■+ . • i I ing elected officials. It is usually weeks ago. But in San "gang related", and out of those one to "buy-in" and when the America to discriminate against anyone U Sfll*lfl I paired with activities such as Bernardino County, association "19 were certain and 14 were police are part of the problem, you wanted to, especially Blacks. Very KM V* *W ■ spo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page A-5 Thursday, March 23, 2006 Fp-'lv Talks I House Slaves White and Latino PriBoners A 9 ainst i Tosenh A following the Civil War as loyal, enabled them to acquire a distinc- detested the close control and care- tj|3CK IflHldlGS RATTFV TT capable, and forthright (direct and tive level of living compared with ful movements required of the mdracs without evasion). If the slave- field hands. More value was placed house slaves. They therefore pre- I I Jasper, Texas. One of the ex-cons , owner was widowed, a mammy upon White ancestry and the social ferred their harder work. \ A testified at his trial that he and one M might also provide emotional and status resulting from this absurd Nevertheless, house slaves usually Ul -X VUL V'JJIIUIvJJ of his accomplices had both I 111 B I physical comfort. All house slaves value. So did the nature of their wore good clothes ~ those discard- joined the Aryan Brotherhood of TF y , , • , f .i involved in keeping the big house w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

Legals/Classifieds The Black Voice News Page A-6 Thursday, March 23, 2006 LARRY W. WARD, County Clerk Delia Marie White 1/1/05. state of a fictitious business name in NOTICE: This fictitious business Fictitious Business Name in viola- Riverside, CA 92504 This business is conducted by FILE NO.R-2006-01932 5725-1/2 Magnolia Aye. I declare that all the information in violation of the rights of another name statement expires five years tion of the rights of another under Individual. p. 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23 Riverside, CA 92506 this statement is true and correct. under federal, state, or common law from the date it was filed in the federal, state or common law (See Stanley Jason Neal \A/ORL DMARK/TRENDWEST I Registrant has not yet begun to (A registrant who declares as true, (sec. 1440 et. seq. b&p code) Office of the County Clerk. Anew Section 14411, Et Seq., Business 4155WayneCt. transact business under the ficti- The following person(s) is (are) This business is conducted b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page A-7 Thursday, March 23, 2006 Continued from A-5 Fictitious Business Name I hereby certify that this copy is a of itself authorize the use in this violation of the rights of another (sec. 1440 et. seq. b&p code) Seq., Business and Professions LARRY W. WARD, County Clerk ed pesron files an objection to the Statement must be filed before that correct copy of the original state- stateof a fictitious business name in underfederal, state, or common law Statement filed with the County of Code). FILE NO.R-2006-03013 Raquel Guzman (NMN) petition and shows good cause why federal, state or common law (See time. Tne fi | ing this statement ment on file in my office. violation of the rights of another (sec. 1440 et. seq. b&p code) Riverside on 02/24/06. LARRYW. WARD, County Clerk p. 3/23, 3/30, 4/6, 4/13 12134 Nita Dr. the court should not grant the Section 14411, Et Seq., Business does not itself authorize the use in NOTICE: This fictitious busi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page A-8 Thursday, March 23, 2006 World Championship Hjjjjj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Cuba Japan play for The Black Voice News san diego V i * H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Hfl By Jon Gaede for the to themselves V . the for -^— ' m four The large scale conwas to celebrate m H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^Hfl renew the old be as an H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Hfl after the summer games 'W<*V <£'**■ mf \ H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^Hfl In the many i?}f*\ name players chose to a day to play for to roster some of the names >^j \\ by Jeter Alex Jf\ the New They were soon ' ' lAIIIIICA^AIMCTTUI=IA , nmn C 1 Jon Gaede Wells, H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^HM Damon Team ■ "aSMmmZ 1 H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^H«^Hfl name arms aces H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^HS Roger Clemens Scott . ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

Lifestyles The Black Voice News Page B-1 Thursday, March 23, 2006 The Lincoln Shrine: Robert Watchorn's Gift of History The Black Voice News grating in 1880 to Pennsylvania. Like I I I I REDLANDS Lincoln, Watchorn knew education was a jM $?s&h»2r SSCc3-' » ■ffSmF'liit *" Afl By Richard A. Hanks ers and became involved in the early hftp*.. j^ The names of Robert Watchorn and with his election as the first secretary of V "f '/fj Abraham Lincoln are indelibly linked the United Mine Workers union. thanks to the extraordinary gift given by Watchorn's efforts were rewarded in Mr. Watchorn 72 years ago. On February 1891 when Pennsylvania Governor Ht^-^ri 12, 1932, he presented the city of Robert Pattison appointed him Inspector Redlands with the Lincoln Memorial of Factories and Mines. His humanitarShrine. The dedication that day was ianism was again apparent in his fight to . ; ?t- , attended by an estimated 4,000 people, curtail the use of child labor in that state, Mr. Watch...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page B-2 Thursday, March 23, 2006 "Up From Slavery" Booker T's Early Leadership By Joseph A. Bailey, II Ph.D. 1 I i Mm, LWhUHUi: 'J' i.-i-utu-c Whereas Frederick Douglass R n»..™.i,HT l ,vT,:.*,j l „i lK , spent the bulk of his non-slavery UarwU SO* T.ffl.4. life trying to help free the slaves, upon his death in 1895 he passed the baton of Black leadership to I m -M\ J a new leader, Booker T. Uionlon lan, TtlVfroid*, Col. Washington (18567-1915). R / Washington's focus, directed -' d * flr " r " v±^°r ' toward the situation of the Black jj fIT 7 that T hnv* r«tiah«d homo, T vi t#kine ndviuitßEft masses, had "hard work" as its central theme. By means of work ±j.±ni- ujjj-fv* *■* j and the proper use of money, ytJli dld f or mp s hU« I m*n In nivsvald*. My visit to Blacks could gain a strong economic position and thereby ±A n±v=™id* ™* mon* -ntlr factory .nd helpful fro U cause other rights and privileges po i n t D f ifiow > and I phull neytr oune ** T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

Business The Black Voice News Page B-3 Thursday, March 23, 2006 Byrd Announces Candidacy for County Auditor-Controller The Black Voice News I I in service while continuing to be ishing resources - I intend to Byrd also promised that, "As riverside honest, open and committed to continue taking steps to imple- your Auditor-Controller, I pledge fairness for all Riverside County ment and fully utilize advanced to take the office to a new level Incumbent Riverside County residents". technology to help bridge this of service, accountability, and Auditor-Controller Robert E. The County Auditor- ever-growing gap. Furthermore, professionalism. We will Byrd this week announced his Controller serves as the 'fiscal I am moving aggressively to achieve this goal by raising the intention to seek another term for overseer' on what the County of make the office more efficient bar to a higher standard and by the office of Riverside County i Riverside does with taxpayer's and responsive to the taxpaye...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page B-4 Thursday, March 23, 2006 Building Better Communities More Locations, More Jobs at the IE Diversity Career & Job Fair The Black Voice News I I County Sheriffs departments and Association; 909 Models.com; san Bernardino the Rialto and Colton Unified The Black Voice News, Precinct The Inland Empire Career "XJ School Districts. Reporter, West Side Story, El Diversity Career & Job Fair, Sponsors for the Inland Empire Chicano; and Dameron matching employers and employ- Diversity Career & Job Fairs Communications. For more inforees for 12 years, began with two jm\M\ include the Inland Empire and mation call Dameron days of recruiting, but this year | v } IL H Victorville African American Communications at (909) 888--people; seeking work, and help cL j r *^l about 320 business and education '* t fc CBCC Foundation "Renaisaissance recruiters find the employees the |£ \ ■■■ 21 St CetlturV Project iicccl jf\ 4 *iTI \ ,• , c , „-...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

Religion The Black Voice News Pa 9© B-5 Thursday, March 23, 2006 "Bridget 'Biddy' Smith Mason: Her Legacy Among the Mormons" By LeAnne yon Neumeyer Hull | I plight should they leave him—where iJUmMK would they go? how would they live? Had it not been for a Mormon mis- who would feed and shelter their tender sionary stopping by a Mississippi plan- children? What bond held Biddy, and tation more than 150 years ago, early especially Hannah and her children, to California may never have known of Robert Smith? Bridget Smith Mason. Reports seem to indicate that Smith African-Americans and Mormons had prospered for a time within the San have shared much in common ever Bernardino colony, but soon found since their early history in America. himself beset by mounting personal difMaligned, murdered, driven and exiled- ..__ m% ***-- "** f ficulties. The place of Hannah and her -one because of color, the other because children in his household caused some of faith—both with a legacy of struggle ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page B-6 Thursday, March 23, 2006 tody, and with the vaqueros escorted opinion, recorded in "A Suit for Bob Owens to invest in land, Biddy I them back to Los Angeles and safety. Freedom" published in the Los Angeles purchased several lots, beyond the *J Their bid for freedom and their dar- Star, was rendered a full year before the edges of Los Angeles, near today's ing escape — accomplished through the famed Dred Scott decision of 1857. Spring Street and Broadway. Through _M wC* assistance of friends in the Mormon Had it occurred any later their freedom her unflagging labors and wise manage- K^jfl community, black and white alike, and may well have been a moot point, since ment she soon established a homestead with the law of the State of California all slaves would from that point on of her own, becoming one of Los standing behind them — gained Biddy remain so, no matter the law of the state Angeles' first real estate investors and and Hannah a court date. It w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page B-7 Thursday, March 23, 2006 Rose Parker is Free At Last - 20 Years Later was dead. Rose was convicted of December 7, 2005, Rose was dis- earned Doctorate in Christian Rev. Dr. Emanuel January who just StdlG Of Cdllfornid: Ist Degree murder. The Appellate charged off parole, as was the cor- Education and Counseling. She celebrated his 88th birthday. BOdrd Of PtlSOn Terms & Court modified the decision to 2nd rect procedure. Two days later, completed training in Community nf Degree and Rose continued to pur- Parker was advised that the depart- Health Outreach, Behavior VICTORY CELEBRATION Uepanmeni OT sue hej . in j ustice ment heads stated that it was a Modification Education and ON SUNDAY, MARCH 26,2006 corrections UUKKfcU / take for her to be discharged and Domestic & Family Violence, with A Victory Release Celebration Error and Release R° se Parker has been waiting on that she had to stay on parole for additional emphasis on Child ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 23 March 2006

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 30 March 2006

SUBSCRIBE a PRE-SORTED STANDARD ONLINE Tall! I W 7 U.S. POSTAGE PAID SAN Blackvoicenews.com I II AM lm ISi I IA WIII I ■" ■" wlf Vk IWIQv 111 ftjTl f *■■■"_ ra« fffacfc EWre Afew.v I j fcJ i ■_J ONTARIO wily 0 I Im ■" The Caiif ° mia Biack Media » W Association, a political advocacy organization lobbying for the benefit of The Pldfh Vok? N?W €M the Black media industry in California, RIVERSIDE . 9W\ i ,i i■ i , T-. ■ r- t» i hosted a Candidate Bnelmg on March By Mary Shelton ■ ■ !•►■ 24ih. c California Black Chamber of Commerce in Ontario. In attendance ~^LW On March 21, the Riverside City was Jerome Horton who shared hls Council appeared intent on reducing decision to make a historic run for the M the size of the audience that would hear open Board of Equalization (BOE) M complaints from community members J seat Aubre y stone g ave an u P date on W M about a recent flurry of actions taken the work of the California Black W M against Black and Latino city employ- Chamber of Commerce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 30 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page A-4 Thursday, March 23, 2006 I J^^gßSfflWP ,|! SBsa«k 1 «Hh> believed that treating employees like department filed a complaint with the 111 they were criminals by locking them out Equal Employment Opportunity Continued from Front Page m\\ m of eil ofnces was inappropriate and Commission alleging that the promor fl she said the city had earned the nick- tional process was racially discriminatoThe issue of cultural diversity and name "Riversippi" ry inclusiveness has been one that has /' "We need a city that is equal," Jackson In 2000, Roger Sutton, a Black police filled many public speeches from sever- >~HFI_ ; Said officer, filed a lawsuit alleging racial al elected ollicials. But even as JM Residents have been protesting discrimination, harassment and retaliaRiverside was selected as an "All W. against the employment practices of the tion in the police department. In 2004, American City" in 1998 and a "Most city for yearSj m terms of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 30 March 2006

Commentary The Black Voice News Page A-2 Thursday, March 30, 2006 why was ivory Webb the First to Misinformation and The Civil War DC HIQICrCQ ID »3*o* • By Kevin Martin followed by anew tariff in 1832 large blocks of votes and pertain to slavery. which is reduced by the compro- enhance their political power, in Based on the evidence I Even before I started writing my weekly editorial on the aftermath of the I often read quotes from mise of 1833. The 1842 Black spite of the fact that they trailed believe that slavery was the shooting of US Airforce Airman Elio Carrion by San Bernardino County Sheriff Americans stating with smug Tariff raises tariffs again, but is the Northern states in popula- underlying cause ofthe Civil Deputy Ivory Webb, I had a strong r= , « » z | certainty that slavery was not repealed in 1846 and replaced by tion. War. The historical shows that opinion about justice and how it is per- really the cause of the Civil War the Walker Tariff. Remaining The courts ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Black Voice News — 30 March 2006

The Black Voice News Page A-5 Thursday, March 30, 2006 Talks I Slave specialists Women Beware: The Red-Light Bandit i Tosenh A and furniture. The most important ized house servants as front maids, the fields or harvested the crops of PIOV IS will I VldDlG RATTFV TT was the cook -so important as to upstairs chambermaids, butlers, tobacco, cotton, sugar, or rice. * mdracs occasionally be allowed to be and valets. Some, especially valets On all plantations, owners delib- I I countless other luminaries. Some of impertinent without suffering pun- and ladies' maids, enjoyed trips erately created dissention between \ty his books were even translated into M ishment. Regardless of plantation away from the household. A half their slaves so as to help maintain *-A UUI UJIIUIUJ other languages. They were to no I Mm J B I size, "good" slave servants ~ dozen house servants served as control. Any slave informer was avail, however, and after 8 stays of OT , . . defined as moderately intelligent coa...

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