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According to the Census Bureau
report, poverty rates were the highest for
single mothers, increasing from 40.4 per-
cent (2011) to 43 percent (2012). Of the
citys ethnic groups, Latinos had the high-
est poverty rate at 29.8 percent. For those
without a high school diploma, the pover-
ty rate was 32.6 percent compared to 7.3
percent for those with a four-year college
degree.
Of course, for the average person,
these are abstract numbers that dont
begin to tell the full story of poverty in
our city. Thats one reason why the
Community Service Society conducts an
annual survey of the citys low-income
population to put these statistics in some
perspective.
Continued on page 4
ST. LUKES EPISCOPAL
SUPPORTS LINAC
MACHINE PROJECT:
Pierre-Andre Duvert, Rector, St.
Lukes Episcopal Church in the Bronx
(c) presents Vincent HoSang, CEO
Caribbean Food Delights a check in
the amount of $10,000 to support his
Vincent HoSang Family Foundation
LINAC Project, during the churchs
Homecoming Service on Sunday,
September 15. Sabrina HoSang, COO,
Caribbean Food Delights looks on. The
Rector made an appeal to his congre-
gation for a donation toward the pur-
chase of two cancer treatment
machines that the Foundation is
spearheading. The government of
Jamaica has secured a loan to pur-
chase both machines, one for
Kingston Public Hospital and the other
for Cornwall Regional Hospital in
Montego Bay. The HoSangs will travel
to Jamaica in October to hand over all
the monies collected so far to the gov-
ernment of Jamaica. The project will
be ongoing since the cost of the two
machines is over US$5 million. Any
monies collected after October will go
towards the reduction of the loan.
BY DAVID R. JONES
COMMUNITY SERVICE SOCIETY
T
he latest poverty rates for New York City are in. More than three years into the
economic recovery the poverty rate remains high at 21.2 percent, statistically
unchanged from 2011 when it was 20.9 percent. Over 1.7 million New Yorkers lived
below the official federal poverty line ($23,314 for a family of four) in 2012.
Single
Mothers
Facing
Poverty
Poverty rates were the highest for single mothers,
increasing from 40.4 percent (2011) to 43 percent (2012)
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Of single-mother and poverty
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W
e are very concern about the increas-
ing level of poverty in New York City
which remains high at 21.2 percent or 1.7
million New Yorkers living below the offi-
cial federal poverty line of $23,314 for a
family of four.
We are also distressed to learn that
poverty rates were the highest for single
mothers, increasing from 40.4 percent
(2011) to 43 percent (2012), according to the
Census Bureau.
Other studies revealed that one in four
children in the United States is being raised
by a single parent a percentage that has
been on the rise and is higher than other
developed countries. In the case of African
American community, 72 percent of Black
children are raised in a single-parent house-
hold headed by a female.
Economically and emotionally, the
challenges are more difficult for females as
they struggle to satisfy the needs of todays
children. Children who grow up in a single-
mother household have more problems than
children who grow up in two-parent house-
holds.
The problem is not so much the lack of
a father as it is the lack of a second parent.
Children in single-parent homes are
three times more likely to drop out of
school.
In general, a single mother cannot
spend a lot of time helping children with
homework, is less likely to discipline con-
sistently and has less control, factors that
could lead to lower academic success.
Furthermore, without income from a
spouse, single mothers are likely to have
income problems, making life harder for
their children. When unemployment figures
run high, the burden on single mothers is
great.
The unemployment rate for single
mothers was almost double that of married
women in most states.
We are now experiencing a cultural
shift toward greater acceptance of single-
parent child rearing, a situation which is not
benefiting the African American communi-
ties. As Christians, we should therefore pro-
mote the "conjugal" family which includes a
husband, a wife and the children.
At the City, State and Federal levels, we
need to put in place more policies to help
support families, including childcare and
national paid maternity leave, which are
commonplace in other countries.
Several studies have shown that educa-
tion is the most reliable institution to take
people out of poverty. Perhaps a good edu-
cation should be the starting point for all sin-
gle mothers if they want to achieve prosper-
ity and satisfy the needs of their children.
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Brooklyn
Couple Defraud
Immigrants
BROOKLYN:
K
ings County District Attorney
Charles J. Hynes on September
27 announced the guilty pleas of
Patrick Panettieri, 63, and his wife,
Joanne Panettieri, 59, who admitted
defrauding Asian immigrant families
out of thousands of dollars each in
tuition fees paid for their children to
attend schools for English as a
Second Language.
The defendants plead guilty to
the felony charge of Scheme to
Defraud in the First Degree, the top
count of the indictment and Petit
Larceny. The defendants must make
full restitution of the stolen money,
which includes tuition and back-pay
owed to teachers, totaling over
$50,000, or face 1 1/3-4 years in
prison. The next scheduled court date
is November 26 in AP 1 at Brooklyn
Supreme Court at 320 Jay Street. If
restitution is made, the felony charges
will be vacated.
Between January 2012 and
August 2013, the defendants ran the
Chinatown Outreach Ministry
Schools out of three locations in
Sunset Park. About 100 Chinese pre-
kindergarten and elementary school-
aged children attended the schools for
English as a Second Language class-
es. Many of the parents had paid
tuition in advance for the Fall 2013
and Spring 2014 semesters.
On August 13, the parents and
children arrived to find the doors
locked and the schools shut down.
The couple was arrested August 30,
in Syracuse, NY.
Continued on page 4
In our most recent survey for 2013 we found
that more New Yorkers are reporting a rise in
hardships, particularly in the areas of housing
and food. For example, among poor New
Yorkers, the number of people skipping
meals because there was not enough money
to buy food increased from 21 to 27 percent;
there was also an increase in the number of
poor New Yorkers falling behind on their rent
or mortgage payments up from 24 percent
to 31 percent.
And 38 percent of low-income, working
women report cuts in wages, tips or hours, up
from 28 percent a year ago.
Taken together, the latest poverty rates
and our Unheard Third findings suggest that
the income gap between the citys well-off
and working poor remains alarmingly wide.
Perhaps the best illustration of the jar-
ring income polarization defining our city
was reported in Forbes magazine. According
to Forbes, Mayor Michael Bloombergs net
worth increased by $6 billion last year.
Thats a billion dollars more than the collec-
tive incomes of the citys 1.7 million people
living below the federal poverty line.
The point here is not to disparage the
mayor, or for that matter the rest of the citys
top ten percent for economic gains realized
since the recession. But we cant ignore the
fact that poverty remains high, and has not
gone down to its pre-recession levels (18.5
percent). If the situation is to improve, the
citys government, business leaders and the
voting public must take a proactive approach.
Raising wages and providing benefits
such as paid sick days to low-wage workers;
providing job training so workers can
advance into mid-skill jobs; bolstering pro-
grams that help young people get their first
job experience; and investing in better
schools in the citys most impoverished
neighborhoods are just a few ways the city
can reverse the trends that are leaving more
than a million New Yorkers barely scraping
by, while a relative few continue to only get
richer.
Single Mothers
Facing Poverty
Family Demanding
Answers from DA
Hynes, Ray Kelly
Brooklyn:
T
wo months after Kyam Livingston
died in custody at Brooklyn Central
Bookings, her family renewed their call
for justice to demand answers from
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles
Hynes and Police Commissioner Ray
Kelly.
A crowd of community leaders,
elected officials and Livingston family
members chanted No Justice! No
Peace! while holding photos of the 37-
year-old mother, who died in police cus-
tody. Her family and supporters
demanded that the names of the NYPD
officer responsible be publicly released
so that they are held accountable.
When the police shoot and kill
someone, we always hear about what
happened to the officers. Usually they
are suspended or put on desk duty, said
Anita Neal, Kyam Livingstons mother.
AFRICAN COMMUNITY ON THE DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP:
Representatives of Sub Saharan African's on immigration reform led by Dr. Sylvester Okere, executive director of
Continental African Leadership Council (3rd l) at the Capitol Hill on September 19. Also in photo (r-l) Mohamed Sannoh,
Entertainment Manager/Artist Branding; Addishiywot Girmanmo, Conflict Resolution and Peace Building; Congressman
Chris Van Hollen; Dr Anselm Nwanne, Onyemenem, Choreographer, Dancer, Writer, Educator and Research; Chris
Aguocha, Esq., Community Advisor; and Obinali S. Duru, Esq., Community Advisor. The Council is suggesting that blacks of
Sub-Saharan African and Caribbean descent be given, inter alia, a guaranteed yearly quota in the proposed merit immigra-
tion system that equates to a number higher than the quantifiable current yearly sum of all the immigrant categories they
are currently entitled/enjoying under the extant immigration laws.
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A
ttorney General Eric T. Schneiderman
recently announced recently that 19
companies had agreed to cease their prac-
tice of writing fake online reviews for busi-
nesses and to pay more than $350,000 in
penalties. "Operation Clean Turf," a year-
long undercover investigation into the repu-
tation management industry, the manipula-
tion of consumer-review websites, and the
practice of astroturfing, found that compa-
nies had flooded the Internet with fake con-
sumer reviews on websites such as Yelp,
Google Local, and CitySearch.
In the course of the investigation, the
Attorney General's office found that many
of these companies used techniques to hide
their identities, such as creating fake online
profiles on consumer review websites and
paying freelance writers from as far away as
the Philippines, Bangladesh and Eastern
Europe for $1 to $10 per review. By pro-
ducing fake reviews, these companies vio-
lated multiple state laws against false adver-
tising and engaged in illegal and deceptive
business practices.
Undercover Investigation of "Search
Engine Optimization" Companies
In recent years, the reputation manage-
ment industry has exploded as businesses
have become increasingly concerned about
their online reputations. So-called search
engine optimization ("SEO") companies
routinely offer online reputation manage-
ment as part of their services.
Posing as the owner of a yogurt shop in
Brooklyn, representatives from Attorney
General Schneiderman's office called the
leading SEO companies in New York to
request assistance in combating negative
reviews on consumer-review websites.
During these calls, representatives from
some of these companies offered to write
fake reviews of the yogurt shop and post
them on consumer-review websites such as
Yelp.com, Google Local and
Citysearch.com, as part of their reputation
management services.
The investigation revealed that SEO
companies were using advanced IP spoof-
ing techniques to hide their identities, as
well as setting up hundreds of bogus online
profiles on consumer review websites to
post the reviews. The investigation found
that many consumer-review websites have
implemented filters to detect and filter or
delete fake reviews, with Yelp's being the
most aggressive.
"More than 100 million visitors come
to Yelp each month, making it critical that
Yelp protect the integrity of its content,"
said Aaron Schur, Yelp's Senior Litigation
Counsel. "We take many steps to do this,
including the use of automated filtering
software, leveraging our vast user commu-
nity for tips about suspicious content,
undercover sting operations, legal action,
and cooperation with law enforcement. We
applaud NY Attorney General
Schneiderman for his willingness to tackle
the issue of illegal fake reviews head on,
and for his success in shutting down these
operators. We look forward to continuing to
cooperate with the New York Attorney
General's office and any other interested
law enforcement office or regulator to pro-
tect consumers and business owners from
efforts to mislead."
Besides using their own employees to
write and post the reviews, the companies
hired freelance writers from as far away as
the Philippines, Bangladesh and Eastern
Europe for $1 to $10 per review. One SEO
company required that freelancers have an
established Yelp account, more than 3
months old, with more than 15 reviews (at
least half unfiltered), and 10 Yelp "friends,"
as an attempt to avoid Yelp's advanced
review filter.
Attorney General Schneiderman's
office also discovered solicitations on sites
such as Craigslist.com, Freelancer.com and
oDesk.com to hire people to write fake
reviews.
Mount Vernon:
T
hree Mount Vernon men
on Tuesday (September
24) were charged with
Narcotics and Tax Law vio-
lations after Mount Vernon
Police Department Narcotics
officers raided a grocery
store and private residence.
A three month investi-
gation of the Habib Deli, 19
W. Prospect Avenue led
investigators to obtain a
search warrant for the store,
an adjacent vacant store and
the owners residence.
On Thursday morning
members of the Narcotics
Unit executed the search
warrants, recovering over
two-hundred-fifty packs of
cigarettes that did not con-
tain the proper tax stamp, a
quantity of Khat, a middle
eastern drug, and over forty-
thousand dollars in U.S. cur-
rency.
The store is owned by
Murad Hamood Musleh Al-
Abli and his brother Dheya
Hamood Musleh Al-Abli of
102 W. 1st Street.
Both were charged with
2nd Degree Criminal
Possession of a Controlled
Substance, Possession for
Sale of Untaxed Cigarettes
and Criminal Tax Fraud. An
employee, Dalton Hart, of
415 Gramatan Avenue was
also charged with the
untaxed cigarettes and tax
fraud violations as well as
7th Degree Criminal
Possession of a Controlled
Substance. None of the three
have prior arrest records.
These guys were
brazenly operating right
across the street from the
police headquarters and were
attracting traffic buying
loose cigarettes and drug
paraphernalia, said Mayor
Ernest D. Davis.
We wont tolerate this
type of behavior in Mount
Vernon and those who come
to this city to break the law
will get the message they
should look elsewhere, said
Police Commissioner
Terrance Raynor.
MOUNT VERNON POLICE REPORTS
Murad Al-Abli Dheya Al-Abli Dalton Hart
Three Charged With Narcotics
and Untaxed Cigarette Violations
Yelp, Google Local, and CitySearch
Fined for Fake Online Reviews
19 Companies Ordered To
Stop Writing Fake Online
Reviews And Pay More
Than $350,000 In Fines
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Kingston, Jamaica:
A
call is being made by Jamaican
opposition Senator, Robert
Montague for the Jamaican government
to extend its reach as it relates to the
enforcement of maintenance orders to
delinquent parents who live outside of
Jamaica.
In the Jamaican Senate on Friday
(September 27), Montague was
responding to questions he asked about
the general enforcement of maintenance
orders.
Senator Montague further stated that
just as how the government uses its
resources to assist with the fighting of
the lotto scam, the government must do
the same, for poor mothers left to strug-
gle with their children, while in many
cases the fathers are overseas working
and sending remittance to others.
The government must understand
that a mother does not go to court
because she has nothing else to do, she
goes because she has no other option, to
keep her child alive. The government
therefore use every recourse to assist the
mothers, he said.
During his discourse with Mark
Golding, Jamaican Justice Minister, it
was revealed that Jamaica had arrange-
ments with only three States in the
United States - Maryland, New Jersey
and Florida. As it relates to Canada,
Jamaica has such reciprocal arrange-
ments with only 5 provinces.
It was noted that in many other areas
where there are large Jamaican popula-
tions there is no agreement for mainte-
nance orders to be served. In response,
Golding said steps are being made to
remedy this.
Jamaican Senator targets
delinquent parents overseas
ROBERT MONTAGUE
JAMAICAN SENATOR
GEORGETOWN, Guyana:
L
ast Friday, Guyanas acting chief justice,
Ian Chang, delivered his judgment in a
case involving the Summary Jurisdiction
(Offences) Act, which makes it a criminal
offence for a man to wear female attire, and a
woman to wear male attire, publicly, for any
improper purpose.
The chief justice also found that the
police violated the human rights of the four
litigants in the case during their crackdown in
February 2009, when they arrested them
under section 153(1)(xlvii) of the Act and he
awarded each of the four arrested compensa-
tion of GY$40,000 (US$197) for breach of
their rights to be informed as soon as reason-
ably practicable as to the reason(s) for their
arrests under Article 139 (3) of the Guyana
constitution.
Guyana court rules that
cross-dressing is not a crime
CARICOM leaders meeting in Trinidad recently: (L-R) Secretary General Irwin
LaRocque; Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart; Trinidad and Tobago Prime
Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar; and St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime
Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves. Immediate past chairman of the conference, Haitis
president Michel Martelly attended the meeting via video conferencing. Barbados
Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and CARICOM Secretary General Irwin LaRocque
were also present at the meeting.
Turks and Caicos Islands:
T
he new governor of the Turks and Caicos
Islands (TCI), Peter Beckingham, will be
sworn into office on Wednesday, 9 October,
acting governor Anya Williams announced
on Wednesday.
Beckingham will arrive on the TCI the
day before his swearing in, which take place
at the TCI House of Assembly Building on
Grand Turk.
Immediately after the ceremony, he will
host his first news conference in the Islands
at his official residence, Waterloo. There will
be a reception there in the evening also
where he will introduce himself to key fig-
ures from TCI political, commercial and
civic life.
New TCI governor to
be sworn in 9 October
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offense.
ACTION- A legal demand for a right
asserted by instituting a case in court.
ADJOURNMENT - To temporarily post-
pone or reschedule the proceedings of a
case until a future time.
ADJUDICATION - A judgment or
decree.
AFFIDAVIT - A sworn or affirmed state-
ment made in writing and signed.
AFFIRM - (a) An appellate courts act of
upholding as correct a judgment or deci-
sion of a lower court; (b) An act of
declaring something to be true under the
penalty of perjury.
ALLEGATION - The act of a party to a
legal action of stating what he/she
intends to prove.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLU-
TION (ADR) - Ways of helping people
resolve legal problems out of court.
Collaborative law and mediation are
types of ADR.
ANSWER - A pleading submitted by a
defendant or respondent in response to
allegations asserted by the plaintiff or
petitioner.
APPEAL - A proceeding to have a case
examined by a higher court to see if a
lower courts proceedings and decisions
were made correctly.
APPEARANCE - When a defendant sub-
mits to the jurisdiction of the court.
APPELLATE - The party appealing a
judgment or decision to a higher court.
APPELLEE - The victorious party
against whom an appeal is brought.
AARRAIGNMENT - Formal proceeding
where a defendant appears in court and is
apprized of the allegations against him or
her.
ARREST WARRANT - A court order
directing a peace officer to arrest/seize a
named person to bring her or him before
the court for arraignment.
ASSIGNED COUNSEL - An attorney
assigned by the court to represent a
defendant without charge.
B BAIL - Cash, bond or other security
deposited with the court in order to
obtain the release of a defendant. The
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undertakes an obligation to produce the
defendant as required before the court.
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by the court for the arrest of a defendant
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Powell and
Simpson given
January dates for
anti-doping hearing
O
lympic medallists Asafa Powell and
Sherone Simpson have both been
given dates in January to face JADCO's
anti doping disiplinary panel.
At Friday's preliminary hearing at
the Jamaica Conference Centre, it was
revealed that Simpson's hearing would
take place on January 7 and 8 while
Powell will have his a week later,
January 14 and 15.
Attorney Lennox Gayle, physician
Dr Japheth Ford and former FIFA refer-
ee Peter Prendergast will preside over
the hearings for both Simpson and
Powell.
The two sprinters along with three
others tested positive for prohibited sub-
stances at the National Trials in June.
The other three athletes, national
discus throw record holders Traves
Smikle and Allison Randall along with
junior high jumper Demar Robinson will
have their respective hearings in
December.
Bolt considers Glasgow
Commonwealth Games
W
orld 100m cham-
pion Usain Bolt
says he is keen to make
a first Commonwealth
Games appearance in
Glasgow next year.
The Jamaican, who
won his second world
100m title on Sunday,
missed both the 2006
and 2010 Games through injury.
But with no World Championships
or Olympics in 2014, he wants to add
another title to his list of honours.
The athletics competition takes
place from 27 July to 2 August at
Hampden Park and the presence of the
six-time Olympic gold medallist and 100
and 200m world record holder would be
a huge draw for the event.
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J
amaican footballer Jermaine Hue was
suspended for nine months after testing
positive for a banned substance at a World
Cup qualifying match.
FIFA also suspended from football for
four years is team doctor Carlton Fraser
for administering the drug, dexametha-
sone.
Hues suspension expires on May 6,
2014 and covers all types of matches,
including domestic, international, friendly
and official fixtures, while Frasers ban
runs until Aug. 7, 2017. They can both
appeal.
Hue tested positive after Jamaicas 2-
0 loss against Honduras in Tegucigalpa on
June 11.
He is the second player suspended by
FIFA for doping in the current World Cup
qualifying program.
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ST JOHNS, Antigua -- Two former West
Indies players have been added to the coach-
ing staff of West Indies teams.
Ezra Moseley, the fast bowling all-round-
er from Barbados, will join the West Indies
Womens team as an Assistant Coach while
Robert Samuels, the opening batsman and for-
mer Jamaica captain, will join the West Indies
Under-19 team as Assistant Coach.
The West Indies Women are in Jamaica
preparing for the three-match series against
New Zealand at Sabina Park and the Windies
Under-19s are in Guyana in camp, as they get
ready to face Bangladesh in a seven-match
rubber.
Samuels, 42, has worked coaching at the
Under-19 level for over a decade. Earlier this
year he was at the helm as Jamaica won both
the WICB Under-19 four-day and one-day
tournaments. Since retiring Moseley, 55, was
a Barbados selector and worked for several
years with the Barbados Womens team.
Roddy Estwick, long-standing coach of
the Under-19s, welcomed Samuels to the
team. It is great to have Robert on board. He
was a successful Jamaica batsman and captain
and has worked with the Jamaica Under-19s
for a few years now, Estwick said.
Sherwin Campbell, has been in charge of
the Womens programme since 2008.
Samuels, Moseley join coaching staff
for West Indies Under-19s and Women
Sunshine Girls
preparing for
New Zealand
Kingston, Jamaica WI:
J
amaican National coach Oberon Pitterson
says the Sunshine girls are behind in
their preparation for the IFNA fast five com-
petition to be held in New Zealand from
November 8-10.
A squad of 17 players took part in a
practice match on Friday with the aim of
selecting a final of squad ten for the champi-
onship.Although expressing satisfaction
with aspects of their game, Coach Pitterson
says there is still a lot of work to be done.
Top players Jahnielle Fowler and
Romelda Aiken who ply their trades in the
Anz League are expected to form part of the
final squad and Coach Pitterson has wel-
comed their inclusion.
Asafa Powell Sherone Simpson
Bolt
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Humming bird
Gala Set for
October 25
T
he American Friends of Jamaica (AFJ)
will be staging its annual flagship
event celebrating an individual and/or
company with significant contributions to
the country while raising important funds
for charities in Jamaica.
The AFJ Jamaica Charity Gala 2013
Hummingbird Gala and Benefit will be
held on Friday, October 25, 2013 at the St.
Regis Hotel in Manahattan.
For info and tickets: info@theafj.org
or call 212-265-2550
Brooklyn:
C
oalition to Preserve Reggae Music
(CPR) has announced that Street
Hype Newspaper will sponsor the CPR
Showcase scheduled for the 9th annual
staging of the family friendly and ever
popular Reggae Culture Salute (RCS) on
Saturday, November 2nd at Nazareth
Regional High School, 475 E. 57th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11203 at 8pm.
Patrick Maitland, publisher of Street
Hype Newspaper says it best when he
says, "What CPR is doing is absolutely
necessary; they are providing a platform
for these artist to expose their talents to the
world and I am proud to be associated
with the organization as a sponsor of the
CPR artist showcase for Reggae Culture
Salute 2013."
During the CPR artist showcase,
members of the CPR artist caucus show-
case their talents and bring awareness to
their craft. This year's showcase, backed
by "Widayyah", includes Brooklyn based
songbird, Michibella, a talented singer and
songwriter who writes about every day
happenings. In "Money Crisis", she speaks
to the challenges of every day people,
when she sings, 'every one is in a money
crisis'. Currently working on her debut
album, Michibella says, she is "ready to
take the stage at Reggae Culture Salute
2013." DJ Yanks, an avid deejay who
operates mostly as a Dancehall artist
promises to bring a conscious set to the
stage at RCS 2013. Ras Osagyefo is a poet
whose fire brand style of delivering
insightful prose has made him very popu-
lar on the poetry slam circuit. For Reggae
Culture Salute, he will perform a special
tribute in honor of the 83rd anniversary of
the Coronation of His Imperial Majesty
Emperor Haile Selassie I and Empress
Mennen. Connecticut based, singer, song-
writer, Don Minott is no stranger to the
New York tri-state reggae circuit. Known
for his potently conscious lyrics and
endearing stage presence, Don is also per-
forms regularly on music festivals in
Europe. His music is best described as
social commentary and his album, "Speak
for the Poor" with heartfelt tracks like
"Hypocrites" and the title track, "Speak
for the Poor" is a must have.
CPR is a global movement of reggae
lovers and excitement is building for
German Rastafarian, Uwe Banton who
will make his way to New York for the
first time to perform at Reggae Culture
Salute 2013. Already a household name on
the European reggae circuit, having per-
formed at most if not all of the reggae fes-
tivals there, Uwe is constantly spreading
the message of Rastafari and one love with
his deeply spiritual songs examining the
socio-political phenomena of our times.
Songs like "Work", in collaboration with
Mikey General remains ever popular and
"Thought I'd Let You Know" is a powerful
ode to the ladies. It's been a long time
coming and Uwe is excited to be heading
to New York.
ETANA, "The Strong One" returns to
headline Reggae Culture Salute 2013
while reggae prodigy, singer, songwriter,
producer and founder of the Big Ship
label, Freddie McGregor will make a spe-
cial appearance as he receives CPR's high-
est honor, the Pinnacle Award for his more
than fifty years as a pioneer on the
Jamaican music scene.
Reggae Culture Salute has become
the preeminent roots reggae event in the
New York tri-state area. The family event
attracts a diverse intergenerational audi-
ence of reggae lovers who come each year
to celebrate roots reggae music in an
authentic community vibe. Sponsors for
Reggae Culture Salute 2013 include,
CPRLive, VP Records, Dennis Shipping,
Street Hype Newspaper, Dragon Stout and
Transcontinental Shippers.
Street Hype Sponsors
CPR Artist Showcase
Jamaican Folks
Singers to Perform
in New York
The world famous Jamaican Folk Singers
(JFS) will perform in New York, Oct 11-
13, 2013. The tour will include 3 perform-
ances by the group. A Command
Performance, earmarked for musicians in
academia, as well as the general public, is
scheduled for St Johns University in
Queens on Friday, Oct 11. The Grand
Gala headlined Hello Broadway will be
held at Manhattans Hunter College on
Saturday, Oct 12, and The Grand Finale at
Calvary Auditorium in Hempstead, LI, on
Oct 13, will conclude the tour in a
Commemorative Tribute to the late Dr.
Olive Lewin, the groups founder.
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POLITICALAFFAIRS
By David R. Jones,
The Urban Agenda
New York City votes for its next mayor on
November 5. Interested in voting? You
can still register by October 11th and vote
for mayor in November. You can register
online or call 1-866-868-3692.
For the first time in decades, voters
have a choice between candidates with
starkly differing positions on many crucial
issues of concern to New Yorkers, Bill de
Blasio and Joseph Lhota. De Blasio, a for-
mer city councilman, is the current Public
Advocate. Lhota was the former head of
the Metropolitan Transit Authority and a
deputy mayor and budget director for for-
mer mayor Rudy Giuliani.
The Bloomberg administration claims
that the city weathered the recession better
than most urban areas in the nation. But
the recovery here and nationwide has
been uneven. The wealthy and the banks
have done well. But working class fam-
ilies have not. Many of the jobs created in
the city over the past three years have been
low-wage, often with little or no benefits.
Growing Inequality
Increasingly, New York is a city of the
rich and the poor. The middle class is dis-
appearing as incomes stagnate, jobs are
lost, and the amount of affordable housing
shrinks. This growing inequality is not
sustainable over time without serious con-
sequences to the nations economic and
social fabric. Unfortunately, those conse-
quences are already hitting home here in
New York City.
The citys poverty rate rose to 21.2
percent in 2012. Over 1.7 million New
Yorkers are now living below the official
federal poverty line ($23,314 for a family
of four). According to the U.S. Census
Bureau, 31 percent of the citys children
live in poverty, as do 43 percent of single
mothers. Two million New Yorkers
receive food stamps.
Another one million on Medicaid are
not getting food stamps, although they are
eligible. They may not be eligible at this
time next year, though, because many in
Congress are hell bent on drastic cuts to
the food stamps program.
For low-income families, rent is the
biggest expense. The city lost 33 percent
of its private subsidized housing units
between 1990 and 2012. Thirty percent of
New Yorkers pay more than half their
income in rent. Not surprisingly, more
than half (52%) of those who responded to
the latest Community Service Society sur-
vey think it is not very possible or impos-
sible for poor people to make it into the
middle class.
Into this maelstrom steps the next
mayor. Joe Lhota and Bill de Blasio each
has different takes on how to respond to
these problems. Based on news reports,
here are their positions on a series of
important issues.
Important Issues
Taxes: Bill de Blasio wants to raise
taxes on the citys wealthiest residents,
specifically to fund universal pre-kinder-
garten, which he thinks is crucial for chil-
dren going on to attend our public schools.
Joe Lhota wants to lower taxes,
believing that this will help local business-
es and keep the city competitive in the
global economy.
Growing the economy: Lhota wants to
nurture businesses, especially high-tech
industries which would provide well-paid
jobs. De Blasio points out that the fast
growing jobs in the city are mostly low-
wage; relatively few New Yorkers have
benefited from the tech boom.
Policing: Stop and frisk has been in
the news for a while. Several lawsuits are
pending, and a federal judge recently
found that police use this practice in dis-
criminatory fashion (the city is appealing
the ruling). De Blasio wants to reform
stop and frisk. He believes that the way it
is used now makes the city less safe in
long run, focusing almost entirely on black
and Latino male youth and leading to mis-
trust of the police in communities of color.
Lhota supports stop and frisk, believing
that it is effective in lowering the crime
rate and is in compliance with
Constitution.
Homelessness: On any given day,
about 50,000 New Yorkers are homeless.
The problem of homelessness has been a
sore point for Mayor Bloomberg and,
while he strove to deal with it, it has only
gotten worse since he has been in office.
Lhota thinks that relying on a market solu-
tion would solve much of the homeless
problem. De Blasio has been critical of
Mayor Bloomberg's policy of increasing
requirements to access the citys homeless
shelters. He favors giving vouchers for
vacant apartments in the citys public
housing buildings.
Education: De Blasio has come out
against adding new charter schools. He
wants to achieve universal pre-kinder-
garten and expand and improve Career and
Technical Education. He also wants to
reduce class size. In contrast, Lhota sup-
ports charter schools, saying that the city
needs more of them. He is also in favor of
merit pay for teachers.
These are just a few of the issues that
separate the candidates for mayor. I urge
you to study their positions on the issues
and vote.
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bevy of international bikini models
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week stay at Hedonism 11. The models who
came from all across the United States were
part of the Black Tape Project In Paradise
and they were here shooting a 2014 sexy
calendar utilizing mostly black electrical
tape to create an innovative, bold, beautiful
fashion statement.
The electrical tape is meticulously past-
ed on to the models by fashion experts to
give a tattoo effect, but of course, it can be
peeled off when the photo shoots are over
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AWARDS DINNER:
(l-r) Primrose Davis, Mike Henry,
Jamaican Member of Parliament
and guest speaker; Keisha
Phillips, Bev Nichalos, chairman,
PUSH-START Foundation; Herman
G. LaMont, Jamaica's Consul
General to New York; Geneive
Brown Metzger, former Jamaica's
Consul General to New York;
Claudette Powell, treasurer,
PUSH-START Foundation; and
Richard Rhidd, director, PUSH-
START Foundation at Foundation
inaugural gala dinner on Saturday
(September 7) at Bruno's on the
Boulevard, Queens.
PUSH-START
Foundation to
Save Lives!
By Aubrey Campbell
T
he PUSH-START Foun-
dation (PSF) presented
its inaugural gala dinner on
Saturday, September 7, at
Bruno's on the Boulevard, in
Queens, New York.
The awards dinner
billed as a fundraiser to
save lives, was staged under
the distinguished patronage
of Jamaica's Consul General
to New York, Herman G.
LaMont.
For the past three years,
the organization, headed by
its founder, Beverly Nichols
and a support network in the
USA, have been giving
thought to a glaring deficien-
cy in the healthcare needs of
persons in the parish of
Clarendon, Jamaica.
People are dying and
therefore it touches the core
of my conscience to act. A
group of us toured the
Kingston Public Hospital
Dialysis Center in February
of this year and we were told
that 90 persons were on the
waiting list for service and
that most of the persons
were from the parish of
Clarendon, noted PSF
founder Nichols in an impas-
sioned appeal to the gather-
ing of friends and support-
ers.
Anyone who knows
me know how much I love
Jamaica and how passionate
I am about making a differ-
ence in the lives of the
underserved. It is because of
this love and passion that I
continue to do what I can for
my fellow Jamaicans.
PSF is partnering with
donors to establish a state-
of-the-art Dialysis Centre at
the May Pen Hospital to
serve the people of central
Jamaica.
The Foundation will
make contributions towards
its construction and under-
write the cost for patients
who are unable to afford the
use of the facility.
Jamaican Member of
Parliament, Mike Henry,
praised the effort of the
foundation and pledged to
do what he can to support
the mission. He said that he
was fully aware that getting
a first world healthcare facil-
ity set up in Jamaica would
not be easy but that, with
unity of purpose and
resourcefulness of the foun-
dation, May Pen stands
ready to rise to the challenge
of the day.
He urged the audience
not to give up on Jamaica,
but to keep hope alive and to
always keep Jamaica in the
forefront, as it was still
among the greatest nations
in the world.
Other speakers included
Consul General of Jamaica
to New York, Herman G.
LaMont, who offered his
blessings for the project and
Richard Phidd, who narrated
a slide presentation on the
current status of the project
and the different types of
dialysis treatments being
contemplated.
Foundation member
Humroy Boothe was pre-
sented with the outstanding
service award by Caron
Chung, Executive Director,
American Friends of
Jamaica.
The proceeds from this
fundraising Dinner will go
towards the Dialysis Centre
in May Pen, Jamaica.
Persons and organizations
wishing to make a contribu-
tion may contact the PUSH-
START Foundation at 718-
406-7564 or 718-275-7874.
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YOUTH & EDUCATION
Council Member Andy King (12th District/Bronx) is joined by members of the Equality Charter School National Junior Honor
Society of 8th Graders, who presented the Council Member with a painting of three cakes, which was painted by student
Natalie Osei who received her inspiration from American Painter Wayne Thiebaud, whose most famous works are of cakes.
Miss Oseis painting was a gift from the 8th graders and is hanging in Council Member Kings new Constituent Services
office at 135 Einstein Loop, Room # 44, Bronx. Following the presentation, the students were treated to refreshments and a
one-on-one conversation with King on various issues, including local government, community volunteering, science, televi-
sion and music. Pictured, seated from left, are students Natalie Osei, the artist who painted the picture, Lauren Casanova,
Abriana Vernieri and Sakeena Pinkney. Standing are Jerry Neeguaye, Council Member King, and Michael Bolaji.
-Photo Credit: Office of City Council Member Andy King
Harmonizing
Cultural Diversity
O
ur first question should be what is
culture? Culture is the characteristic
of a group where the rules and beliefs are
shared by the group; it is not invented by
an individual, but is passed down from
one generation to the next.
Cultural rules do not influence ones
behavior, but they influence people to
behave similarly in ways that help them
understand each other. Culture is learned
therefore it can be learned well by some
people in the group and not so well by
others within the same group.
What each child learns depends on
the cultural rules of the people who pro-
vide care for him or her. For example by
understanding your cultural rules you
know how to greet a person. Cultural
rules shape food preferences, lifestyles
and celebrations, etc.
The concept of cultural sensitivity
and cultural empowerment is new to early
care and early education. However, we
need to embrace the concept. A major
task of every society is to prepare their
children to take their place in the world as
adults.
When a child is born it is the respon-
sibility of the family to prepare that child
for her place in the world. Our world is
not that simple as before. Our life style is
different, and the early years are not
influenced solely by families anymore.
Children are entering care at a younger
age, care givers, especially those of
infants and toddlers share the responsibil-
ity with parents of transmitting culture.
Caregivers must provide care that is
culturally harmonized with the families
that they serve. You do not have to know
all the details of the childrens culture
that you serve. However, you should
begin by learning more about your own
culture.
Keep in mind that each family is a
culture in itself and each family member
is a unique individual. Avoid stereotyp-
ing cultures from the same region; an
example: I am from Jamaica and when I
meet people they usually ask do you
smoke weed also? People usually base
their opinions from stereo types.
It is very important for you to get
your information from more than one
source this way your perspective of a
given culture will be broad. Our society
is changing rapidly therefore most of the
infants/toddlers that we care for will be
culturally different from their care givers.
It is important that we begin to under-
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S
ix area schools were given the 2013
Blue Ribbon Award, which recognizes
student excellence and academic achieve-
ment from the U.S. Department of
Education.
The winners are Jessie Isador Straus
in Manhattan, Katherine R. Snyder School
in Brooklyn,, P.S. 247 in Brooklyn,
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in Queens,
The North Hills School in Queens and The
Alley Pond School in Queens.
Chancellor Dennis Walcott issued a
statement, saying, "I congratulate the prin-
cipals, students, teachers, and parents at
these six schools for receiving this honor;
it is a testament to all of their hard work
and dedication to student achievement."
Six City Schools Receive Blue Ribbon Award
CUNY Launches
Service Organization
To Help People
The City University of New York has
launched a service organization to help
good causes around the five boroughs.
The newly minted CUNY Student
Service Corps convened at John Jay
College Friday to kick off the effort.
Hundreds of Good Samaritans heard
from their chancellor, a trustee and a
visually impaired College of Staten
Island student who assisted victims of
Hurricane Sandy.
"Starting, we have 700 students from
across the university who are going to be
going out and doing civic engagement
work all around the city with about 100
organizations," said Suri Duitch, CUNY
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There shall be no solution to this race
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Men who are in earnest are not afraid
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I know no national boundary where the
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I regard the Klan, the Anglo-Saxon
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Strategy #2: Remove Unneeded Files
Every time you log on to the Internet or oth-
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file system and affecting its performance.
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Strategy #3: Remove Unneeded
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Like many people, you probably download
and try out many different programs each
month. How many of them do you actually
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Strategy #4: Empty the Recycle Bin
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T
hat's it. You've decided you're leaving
today to be with your soulmate. Never
again will you settle for the dreary, discon-
nected existence you've been living, when
you can have the breath-stopping, romantic,
intoxicating life you've been having in secret
during your affair.
Sound familiar? If you're considering
ending your current relationship for a new
relationship, you may want to slow down
and ask yourself these questions first.
Do you really know your lover?
No one is perfect, but when we're in the
throes of infatuation, we have a difficult
time seeing any flaws in our partner.
Everything they do seems wonderful, the
relationship is perfect and nothing will ever
change that. You convince yourself that no
one has ever made you feel this way before.
If you're still in this infatuation stage, you're
not seeing the relationship realistically.
Everything changes over time, and routine
could settle in quickly. Don't forget that your
lover knows you're married and is complicit
in the lying that having an affair requires.
How real is this relationship?
Most affairs are conducted in secret, where
it's easy for both of you to be on your best
behavior for the limited time you get to
spend together. Nothing from the outside
world has really touched your relationship.
It's like being on a perpetual vacation. Once
your affair sees the light of day, the fantasy
relationship will become part of the real
world with all its boring and repetitive
aspects.
Are you being objective
about your marriage?
Your marriage and spouse will pale in com-
parison to your affair. It's easy to focus on
what's not working in your marriage because
the contrast is so stark. Admitting to yourself
there might be positive aspects of your mar-
riage and your partner may be inconvenient,
but that doesn't mean it's not true. When
you're looking for the negative, it's easy to
find. The same is true about finding the pos-
itive, but you have to be willing to see it. Try
working to see the positive in your current
relationship.
Are you being honest about your
contributions to your marriage?
If you only see your spouse's failings, you
will be likely to repeat your own mistakes in
this new relationship as well. Having an
affair as a way to address the problems in
your marriage is a choice you made.
Looking at what led you to pick this option
will reveal a lot about you and the role you
play in the success of your relationships.
Is your happiness more
important than your children's?
Whether you believe it or not, your spouse
will likely be devastated by your decision
and its cause. As an adult, they will hopeful-
ly find a way to cope. And when you leave a
marriage, your children have to leave it, too.
Yes, they want you to be happy; they just
don't know how much unhappiness it will
ultimately cause them. That's because they
haven't experienced it yet.
Are you aware of the dismal statistics
your new relationship faces?
You won't be coming to this relationship
with a clean slate, and that will put stress on
it from the start. If you're both leaving mar-
riages to be together, the stress will be that
much greater. Second marriages statistically
fail at a higher rate than first ones. Those
that start as affairs fare the worst of all.
Are you prepared for the reaction
of your friends and family?
We like to believe that those closest to us
want the best for us. This isn't always true
when it comes to affairs. It may be a bumpi-
er ride for your lover to be accepted into
your existing world. Divorce, under the best
of circumstances, divides those closest to us.
When infidelity is present, these divisions
can be both unexpected and harsh. This may
draw you and your lover closer together at
first, but can create resentment and distance
in the long run.
Escaping the world you created with
your partner for the new and exciting one
you hope to have with your lover may seem
like a good idea now. The unanswerable
question is, "Will they look the same in the
harsh light of day?" Only time, and the
impact of unavoidable collateral damage,
will tell. -Source: yourtango.com
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Teen longs for a baby
to fill her broken heart
Dear Divine Diva:
I
am a girl who has had my heart bro-
ken for the first time. I know I should
get over this boy, but I can't stop think-
ing about him. My mom loved him. We
hung out every weekend for six months.
I thought I might have been preg-
nant. I'm not -- but I want to be. I know
I'm not ready to be a mom, but I want
someone to love me and depend on me.
I need someone who won't leave me. I
know my baby wouldn't. Should I
become a mom? How do I get over my
boyfriend? Do I stop talking to him and
just be his friend? DIVINE, tell me the
right way.
-Lovesick In The Bronx
Dear Lovesick:
Becoming a mother is not the way out of
your heartache. Any young woman con-
sidering having a child must ask herself
how she can provide financially and
emotionally for that child.
Most teenaged girls who become
pregnant do not complete their high
school education, and it has a negative
impact on their ability to provide for
themselves and their children.
The right way to work through this
breakup is to talk to your mother or
another trusted adult about your feel-
ings. Stop trying to maintain contact
with your former boyfriend.
To continue will only prolong your
pain. Dedicate yourself to achieving the
most you can for yourself in sports and
academics. It will give you less time to
brood, and the more you achieve the
more sought-after you will become.
It won't happen overnight. It will
take time, concentration and dedication.
If you take my advice you will come out
of this disappointment a much happier
person. But having a baby is not the
answer -Always, Divine Diva
Should You Divorce Your
Spouse For Your Lover?
ARIES (Mar. 21 Apr.
19): You need to take part in
something new and cool,
and your energy ensures
that you either choose or
stumble upon the perfect
activity. Share it with
friends or keep it to your-
self.
TAURUS (Apr. 20 May
20): Shopping is ill-advised
today, at least for you. It's
not that you're going to
make a dumb deal, just that
the material world isn't real-
ly the place you need to
focus your energy on for
now.
GEMINI (May 21 Jun.
20): Listen to your people
today, they know better. At
least one of them has the
perfect advice for you, so if
folks start to disagree, try to
get them to hash it out
amongst themselves.
CANCER (Jun. 21 Jul.
22): Your suspicions are
aroused by someone who
claims to be more than you
think they really are or
could be, for that matter.
Hold your tongue and wait
for them to slip up. Time
will tell.
LEO (Jul. 23 Aug. 22):
Your learning process never
ends, and you should find
that people are more
engaged with new ideas
today. It's a great time to
tackle a new topic or hit on
your next big thing.
VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept.
22): Your colleagues at
work or at school are mak-
ing life difficult, but there's
nothing to be done about it.
Just plaster a smile on your
face and get through the day
things get better soon.
LIBRA (Sept. 23
Oct.22): Your energy needs
to be focused on one person
or maybe one team, if
you've got multiple compet-
ing priorities. Try to make a
show of it, but there's no
need to go overboard.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov.
21): A small skirmish could
kindle a much larger battle
and if so, expect the situa-
tion to get pretty ugly. You
may have to moderate, but
that can be tough if you are
also a key player.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22
Dec.21): You're having so
much fun today that it feels
like life is a game. You may
as well treat it as such as
long as you aren't hurting
anyone in the process. If
they take it seriously, so
should you a little.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22
Jan. 19): You take your
responsibilities very seri-
ously and right now, that's
for the best. You've got to
step up and ensure that
whatever must be done gets
done quickly and efficient-
ly.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20
Feb. 18): You are noticing
several strange patterns
underlying people's behav-
ior, so make sure that you
keep watching until you
thoroughly understand
them. This info comes in
handy really soon.
PISCES (Feb. 19 Mar.
20): Your head's in the
clouds again, but it feels
comfortable up there. You
may not get a lot done at
work or at home, but you
should feel more relaxed by
the end of the day. Someone
may wonder why.
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considered a reasonable portion.
Avoid eating directly from a container or bag. Serve yourself
appropriate portions in a bowl or on a plate.
Use smaller bowls, plates and glasses. You will notice that you will fill your dish
with less food and eat less.
Eat slowly and enjoy your food. Try to eat sitting down at a table, not standing up or in
front of the television.
Stop eating when you are satisfied, NOT full. Save the rest for your next meal!
Restaurants often serve portions that are much larger than reasonable for one
person to eat. Ask to wrap up half of the meal, try ordering an appetizer as a meal
or share one entree between two people.
estimating portions
5 teaspoons salad dressing
= a ping pong ball
1 cup of fruit or veggies or pasta or rice = a st or a baseball
3 ounces of cooked meat, chicken or sh
= a deck of cards
1.5 ounces of cheese = 3 dominos
NutriCare
By
GLORIA BENT, MS, RD, CDN
Nutritionist
Questions & Comments:
Gloria.Bent@gmail.com
O
ctober is Breast Cancer Awareness
Month. Would you want to do a story
on what your readers can do to help in the
fight against this dreadful disease?
Golden Krust takes time out every year
to heighten awareness about the cause by
donating a portion of the sale on Chicken
patties to the American Cancer Society. We
also participate in the Making Strides
Against Breast Cancer Walk held at
Orchard Beach each year.
On October 1st we will kick off the
activities by offering free mammograms at
our 1381 E. GunHill Road location.
Please help us spread the word to your
network. Registration is required by Friday
Sept. 27th. If you wish to cover the story
that would be more than welcomed. I will
also supply you with pictures of the event.
This could be a great human interest
story for you, with tons of information
available at the American Cancer Societys
website. So many women within the demo-
graphic which we both market to are affect-
ed by the disease, as well as their friends
and loved ones. Lets all do our part to
assist this great cause.
Golden Krust Supports
Cancer Awareness Month
I
f you develop one of these symptoms, it
doesnt definitely mean youve got can-
cer -usually, they turn out to be something
much less serious. But its important to get
it checked out.
If you notice any of the symptoms on
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Signs of cancer for men and women:
An unusual lump or swelling anywhere
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A change in the size, shape or colour of a
mole
A sore that wont heal after several weeks
A mouth or tongue ulcer that lasts longer
than three weeks
A cough or croaky voice that lasts longer
than three weeks
Persistent difficulty swallowing or indi-
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Problems passing urine
Blood in your urine
Blood in your bowel motions
A change to more frequent bowel motions
that lasts longer than four to six weeks
Unexplained weight loss or heavy night
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An unexplained pain or ache that lasts
longer than four weeks
Breathlessness
Coughing up blood
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here are a couple of options available in
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While you can advertise in the Yellow
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mong the more than 1 million New
Yorkers who are expected to gain
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By Dave Rodney
In what is being described as a rare reggae
music industry move, a New York-based
reggae artist, Leighton Miller, has moved
into the number one video slot on CVM
TV's Hit List in Jamaica.
Leighton Miller, who is based in Long
Island and whose musical roots started in
his church in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, glid-
ed into the number one slot over the week-
end with his haunting and melodic love
song 'Silly of Me'. The video for the song
was shot last year but it was only at the
start of the summer that the song started to
attract the attention of radio and video pro-
grammers. The song's momentum kept
building and over the weekend, it moved
into the number one slot.
"I am a very happy man right now and
I want to say thanks to God and to all those
who have supported me over a very long
period of hard work to make this break-
through possible", Miller told Street Hype.
"It is never an easy road for artists
who are based overseas to make this kind
of impact in Jamaica and only very few
have done it", a music industry source con-
firmed.
Miller has just returned from Jamaica
where he was shooting his next video
release, 'Queen of the Road', scheduled to
be released in early October.
New York Based Reggae Artist
Goes # 1 On CVMTv's Hit List
Leighton Miller, has moved into the number
one video slot on CVM TV's Hit List in Jamaica.
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