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--... -. victim Critical After. West Tampa Shooting ( Sen Joyner. Elected Delegation Chair SEE PAGE 2-A Mom Offers Reward In Son's Death SEE PAGE 8-A Frat Brothers Get 2 Years In Prison SEE PAGE 5-C Murder Deal Upsets Family SEE PAGE 23-A SEE PAGE 23-A NOTED AUTHOR IS SALAD LUNCHEON SPEAKER The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporated part red with the Henry B. Plant Museum to sponsor a Salad cheon and Lecture. The event, held on Tuesday, fea red Rosemary E. Reed as the keynote speaker. Ms. eed is the author of The Threads of Time, The Fabric of istory. Her lecture was on one of Tampa's famous Black amstresses Ann Lowe. Ms. Reed, second from right, is Washington DC professor and journalist. Shown wilh are from left, Evelyn Davenport Bethune, Chairman of Arts Facets of the T ampa Chapt e r of the Links Inc.; nthia Gandee, CEO of Henry B. Plant Mus e um ; and nces Carr Sykes, a member of The Links and mem b e r the Henry B. P l a n t Museum Boar d of D i re c tors. Photograph by Jerry Brunson) ... \


i I L I f ( r r \ l r i ( oJ .. r { --FEATURES <0 g N N' > a: :3 a: m w u. C Senator Elected Hillsborough County Legislative Delegation t;:hairperson If On Thursday morning, members of the Florida Legislature elected Senator Arthenia Joyner, (D) Tampa, to serve as the Chairperson of the Hillsborough County Legislative Delegation. The appointment is for a one-year term. Senator Joyner is the first African American female to hold that position. In her role as Chairperson S enator Joyner will manage the local business of the dele gation and provide leadership on issues pertaining to Hillsborough County. "I'm humbled, honored, and SENATOR ARTHENIA JOYNER appreciative of having been chosen as Chairperson of the 0 Delegation for the ensuing position and that she has been year. I'm especially thankful to a leader in the community 0 Senator Victor Crist, (R), long before she became a Z. Ta m pa, who had been nomimember of the delegation and < nated by me, but decline? and that this was the right thing to nominated me for the posi-do. 0 t' The 16-member delegation is 0 w "I;m excited about assuming .. made up of 4 members of.the this new position and I pledge Senate and 12 Representatives l't to do my very best while serv-of the. House. Two Senators w ing in it," Senator Joyner and 3 f:Iouse members-on, the > 'd delegation are Democrats. W sat I B H l During the session after Reporter ns o ton fa b ein g no1p.inated, Senator can be contacted at ::1: c t 'd th t Senator 248-1921 or by e-matl at 0 r1s sat a fl. 1 ::::i Joyner was deserving of the zrzs@ sentine .com. m 1-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------z ..J ..J m ..!I w Subscribe Today! z w 0 C a: 0 ..J u. <( I N w (!) WARREN DAWSON 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. The Hulng 01 A Lawver Is An lmportllnt Decision That Should Not Be Based Solelv Upon Advertisements. Before You Decide. Ask The send You Free lntormallonAboutThelr QuaiiHC11IIonsAnd Erperlence. 'l' .. ...... ..... ,_..,,._...._ ______________ ..,._-' ... -... 2nd Annual NAACP B reakfast Addresses Civil Rights Of Children The Hillsborough County Branch ofthe NAACP will hold .its 2nd Annual Black History Month Breakfast and Founders Day Celebration on Saturday, February 3rd. The event will take place at the Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 N. Rome Avenue, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Representatives from the Florida State Conference NAACP, the Hillsborough County Public School District, the Department of Juvenile Justice, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, the Tampa Police Department, NAACP members, and mem bers of the community will be on hand for the event. Ms. Carolyn Collins, First Vice President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP said, We have received so many complaints from parents that this will be a good time for them to ask questions of these representatives, get the answers they seek, and obtain referrals. "We are encouraging parents and guardians to come out and attend this breakfast. MS. CAROLYN COLLINS First Vice President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP fast will address and examine the reports of disproportionate use of the Civil Citation Statute and claims that the civil rights of children may be violated. About the report Ms. Collins said, "Unfortunately, conflicting information has been circulating as it relates to the application of civil Citation and the disproportionate use of the Civil Citation against minority children, with parents reporting that their Black children are beii].g disproportionately charged and often without a parent being present." According to the report, of the 12,936 statewide referrals, We are trying to help parents 2,343, or 18%, originated from protect their children by informing them of their rights the Hillsborough County School District. and keeping their child'ren from signing anything without in a parent or legal guardian mg add1t10nal mformat10n being present," she said. about the can conAccording to the statistics tact the Hillsborough County released by the Department of Branch of the NAACP at (813) Juvenile Justice's Analysis of 234-8683. 2004 in school related refer-Reporter Iris B. Holton rals, Hillsborough County was can be contacted at ranked second in the state. 248-1921 or by e-matl at Those attending the break-iris@jlsentineLcom.


FEATURES City Council Chairperson Over Closing Of Bar BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Long before City Council Chairwoman Gwendolyn Miller was elected to office, a local bar was the source of contention for many East Tampa residents. Since being elected in 1995, she had fought gallantly for the closure of the bar to no avail. earlier this week, it was learned that the owner of the establishment was finally willing to sell it to the city and Councilwoman Miller is elated by the news. "I am extremely elated for the residents and the business owners of the area who are finally going to get some relief. I look forward to some great things being done with GWEN MILLER City Council Chairperson that building. "I was instrumental in bringing the issue before the Abatement Board in 1999. However, the Abatement Board decided to give the owner yet another opportunity to correct the problems at Nurses Group To Hold Event To Raise Breast Cancer DR. JACENTHA BUGGS-MORRISON ... Fea:tured speaker on heart disease The Tampa Black Nurses Association (TBNA) is hoping to inform more AfricanAmericans in the area about breast and colon cancer. The local organization will be hosting their third annual TBNA Black Nurses Celebration. The three-day event will discuss ways to treat and prevent different types of cancers found in men and women. The National Black Nurses Tampa Bay Chapter, the Community Health Advisory Partnership (CHAP), the American Cancer Society and Access Solutions will sponsor the event. Last year, 150 women atteuded the event. "African-American women have the highest mortality rate when it comes to breast cancer. We want to find out why, and what we can do to prevent it,"--said Rosa McKinley-Cam bridge, pr,3sident of the Tampa Black Nurses Association. "Black women seem to be at the most risk once they reach the age of 50, and we need to explore the options to decrease this statistic." -Dr. Jacentha BuggsMorrison is a surgeon in the Tampa Bay area, and a featured physician on BayNews KATHY BROOKINS ... Featured speaker on breast cancer 9 Health Team. She will be the guest speaker during the first day of events on Friday, Feb. 2nd. The topic will be heart disease treatment and prevention. Kathy Brookins, a breast cancer survivor and cancer society volunteer will be the keynote speaker for the sec ond day of events. Gwendolyn Randall will speak on the final day of the event discussing colon cancer. "We look at this event as a celebration because we're able to give information about a very serious issue," said Cambridge. "The more people that attend the event, the more people will be informed, and that's what this is all The TBNA Black Nurses Celebration will be held from Friday, Feb. 2nd to Sunday Feb. 4th at First Baptist Church of College Hill jn the Abe Brown Education Center located at 3838 N. 29th Street from 4 to 6 p.m. For more information, please call the Tampa Black Nurses Association at (813) 247-6800. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be reached at adavis@flsentinel. the facility. Two years later, I brought the issue back before Council and each time he managed to avoid being closed down by the city "For years, I have listened to the residents and business owners in that area complain about the bar. And after continued complaints, I requested that the Tampa Police Department appear before Council on January 11th for a status report," said. During the meeting, more than a dozen citizens appeared before Council and expressed their frustration that the bar has been allowed to operating despite numerous complaints ranging from litter to drug sales and violent crimes. Earlier this week, Interim Councilman Frank Reddick confirmed rumors that the owner of the bar, Gene O'Steen, had agreed to sell it. Councilman Reddick, who is completing the term of former District 5 represen-tative Kevin White, said he was expecting to receive a signed contract from O'Steen this week. ,_, CONGRATULATIONS 2007 GRADUATES High school or college graduation is a wonderful accomplishment that deserves recognition. Sol Davis Printing can help make ordering your invitations easy! Our Invitation Package includes invitations, envelopes and name cards all for one low price .... and includes a photo of the .graduate. With your choice from several cover designs and verses, and .personalized with your photo your invitations can be as special as your accomplishments. Call or visit Sol Davis Printin g today.: .. for high quality invitations with fast. service. .IIIIP-' I 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Phone: 8 I 3 i>t .. 4/JU _;..;.\A !?' r i I l.. -n l JJ c -n m tD JJ c: )> JJ < I\) 0 0 ...... f ; l l .. l .. l I I j l 1 1 j l l l -n l r-0 JJ c )> (J) m z -1 z m r-I tD c: rr-m :::i z "tJ c: tD r-Ci5 ::J: m c m < m JJ < -1 c: m (J) c )> z c -n JJ c


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-.... ::--....... o>. .. ..... j COLUMNS -Gwen Miller: A Quiet aridge over Troubled Waters! ANOTHER VIEW By KINSEY Perry Little: ..Justice Loses An Ally! !f: recently, a Randy Baron. We know Perry Little retired as a the party he was trying. ties to make amends in his asked Gwen Miller is no Linda full time judge. Judge In his application of the decisions. City .Saui-Sena! Councilwoman was truly an ally .to law, Judge Little made Anybody who went before ., saul-Sena says Baron is justice in this county. the law live, and he made it Judge Little knew before Miller if she tliought it vocal and oh-so photogenic, Judge Little is a very very_ humanistic. Always, court convened that they strange that" she faces five Gwen Miller is... intelligent and humble gen-Judge Little took all of may not like his ruling, but contenders for .her reelec-just plain, Gwen tleman. He is a lawYer who the factors into considerathey knew that they would tion bid.:. all of them white. Miller. Her most emotional spent most of his profes-tion, and rendered deci-be treated fairly. With a classic Gwen statement to date has been, Miller smile, she-gazed "There's a motion on.the sionallife being a judge, sions that reflected the Judge Little made a big 'her fathomless brown eyes floor." But that's what and a very good one. As a seriousness ofthe act. impact on justice in at a. nervously anticipating THEY say! a person lawyer, a judge or a human Perry Little was not Hillsborough County, and reporter, :and need a bullhorn to be suebeing, Judge Little' neve r interested in developing a his absence from the court-"Makes no difference to cessful? once forgot his roots. reputation as a tough room will be sorely missed. ., :c c .,. m CJ :c c )> I\) 0 0 ...., me,' .or Ask Mark Bentley A graduate of Morehouse judge. In fact, the man was His retirement has set jus-that.. about the 12-year College in Atlanta, Perry not interested in obtaining tice back a few. years. ;!! Let's face it. Nothing Councilwoman's track 0 fazes Gwen Miller. I wish record, and don't let the Little has done nothing any reputation at all. He Perry _Little was respected 3Z I could be like that. But. I'm fact that he's a lawyer fool but made his school proud just wanted to be fair, sin-by other judges, lawyers not! you!. a very good of him, As a citizen in cere and have the wisdom who appeared pefore 0 the reporter lawyer. Good enough to see Tampa, Judge. Little has to make the right decisions. defendants that he tried smelled a rat! But as the and say that although been fl: great role model for Judge Little's actions in and the citizens who could -1 old folks say, "Some rats Miller might not .be. a young B}ack males _in parand out of court demon-count on him to pro-vi _de >< you catch. And ot;her :rats -toastmistress, she votes ticular, and people in gen. strated that he had a lot of directions. you. leave alone!" So, who her conscience, and .gets aJ ; :. do we .And who do things done. BEHIND THE eral. faith in people. He always Ifthere is any such place F we watch? : .... : .. ."SCENES .is where Gwen "' As a judge in .the courttook into consideration all as a Judges Hall Of Fame, r I' --be too 'easy lit; excels! .Ask County properroom, Judge Little's. seat mitigating circumstances then Mr. Perry Little, !!l. make the City .tY _owrie:r:s who helped them on the was located ":in making his. decisions. a.k.a., -.Little z District a'win-win deal .. to high above 'tlie courtroom' No, nevei. soft on belongs my racial issue. annex almost 400 of floor. Judge or showed irre-vote as the first v 'ote for J!! Even her_ white competitors land into the ego, his .:?sponsible behavior. He just him to be there. en would agree, if Gwen were City! Ask who finally pres-:t running via, single member sured city officials' to con-_,_ districts, they wouldn;t "front the Gene's F R'Q M y H E H 00 0 m have a chance .. : not Bar with a proposal it < Joe Redner who is one of couldn't refuse! Then, find l.. the _one's attempting to out con;; unseat Gwen Miller. But strucbon of a sorely needed c besides. race, her opponents _police in East m say, other fish to In they. Finding/ A 'Job c Be That' To_ ughl fry! .. will all you, GWEN. Listen towhat they say. MILLER IS THE ONE .. ::;)j early in)ife back some other time. This nal record. There are sever-:J> Says contender-Randy WHO GETS THINGS 'f' 4 ithat the way you pre-ploy is sometimes used just. al companies that will hire Baron, "There's a reason _noNE,""in a little seii't yoursf;llf to a potential to get you out of the office. you in spite of your past. ., run against a threeways. employer goes a long way However; if the employer All you have to do is con3Z b I So; what's going to hap-c term meum en t. t s ? : toward you being hired. sees. potential in you and vince them during a proba.because they don't seem to Sometimes, you can make you present yourself well, tionary period that you can be doing everything they. Wh. t 11 h an I :nstant I'mpress1'on on t. hey may tell you that, and be a valuable and depend-should be doing. pen. a norma Y ap-. pens to a crowd of Black an employer and although you get a call before you get. able employee. Concludes .c,om1 :puter:d r. h programmer, "I 'tlorilt know candi ates running Jor t e they may not know that home th9:t you've landed The biggest enemy topeo-= what she stands for!" Then' same office is going to hapmuch about you, they may the job. -' pie seeking employnient is 1 pento their five white If 1 d th listen :_ to ,. what the t rt t l't be willing to take a chance. you re unemp oye e frustration .. : They allow d b ; b-"1 J R d coun erpa s ... a vo e sp I fi t th d t hre ou ta e Me'lnl er five ways, which will look : is. a t rs .. mg ?ee that get :: as to say a out 1 er. just like toilet paper! And. allow.-' 0 WI IS no of them, _and they wind up ;md. to the then Gwen Miller, her rejection, to stem y.our about kind using their time to do noth-. I picked-a friends arid a phalanx of. efforts of finding a job .. of Job you get ;Any JOb that-. ing and hang out with oth.: ;; person that I tbought had Bl k bl k t : pays aiid is legitimate is a ; l'ttl t t 'b t t ac oc vo ers With each reJectiOn, ener-. ,. ers not mterested-m findvery I e o. con ri u .e 0 stroll do ri the mountain. : good JOb. .. .. th C'tyi"(Th t) w ..-gtze yourselfto_push even:: .. ..,. ingaJ'ob. : ... .. ... :. ; ; I Kand pick up 8ll. the piece_s,-.. : Second', don't take adyan. :: .. ,, : .. .' :, /. true ;I BLi\GK.f"Our :'''"va.luable :if let :'They can y.ou if you look at run agams er cause over troubled you get'away h 1 '11 kl' he C?nsiders her the weak-.. emetge victoJious? than JOb; Ot er peop e, YOU quiC Y .... est_lmk! ;. .. As a prophet' said to the peopl.e turned Th1rd, don't allow your. see because they a ;g Why does Redner con-judge 'Yho held his fate, theymquire about self to be.turned off by job, they have a lot less C) sider her-so? Returning_ "THE ANSWER IS IN'; a Job are. told to fill out being refused employment worries, and something m once more to candidate-" YOUR HANDS! -an applicatiOn and come because you have a crimithey can call their own. t


...... 0 0 N > a: c:r: a: m w u.. >=' c:r: C a: u.. c a: u.. c z c:r: c (/) w 1-' W > w c w :::1: (/) :::::i m z i= w ..J ..J m ...J w z i= Z w (/) c:r: c a: 0 ..J u.. You won't find any cynicism or sarcasm in this column ... At least not today. No, today, it's all about inspiration. The kind of inspiration that reminds you that with enough positive thinking, you can achieve your goals. exactly what I felt when I witnessed one of th..e greatest men I've ever met in one of his finest moments. It was only a football game and it wasn't even the one for all the marbles, but it was a vicrtory that will go down in the annals of history as the most memorable one because it was his first one. When the Indianapolis Colts won the AFC Championship game that propelled them to the Super Bowl, it was just as exciting to me as it would have been if my own beloved Bucs were the ones making the trip, That's because the man leading the way was To.ily Dungy. When Dungy came to Tampa in 1996, he inherited a franchise that wallowed in futility. In six seasons though, he turned a perennial laughing stock into a legitimate He gave the Bucs an identi-Practicing Law In: ty and the Bay area something to be proug of. But as time went on, fans became complacent with success and an undercurrent of hostility replaced the once warm reception that anointed him upon his arrival. The way he won games was criticized for being predictable, boring and unimaginative. While he kept his team in the playoffs, people wondered if his conservative style could ever turn a good football. teani into a on. As the criticism grew in volume, Dwigy, always the gentleman, always the professional, always humble, never wavered in his belief. His motto was always, "Stick to the script... stay on course." Unfortunately, the ownership didn't feel the same way and Dungy was sent packing. The next year, Jon Gruden took the Bucs to the Super Bowl and won ... Same team, same players, different results. The naysayers felt vindicated. "It was Dungy all along," they would say. To their point, they looked toward Indianapolis Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa Aorida33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 The hir ing of a l av.ye r is an importa n t dccisi,m lhal should ll\)1 he bas ed solely u po n a d v crtismcnts. Befo r e d e c ide as k us h 1 send you free v.Tillcn infn m.at iun about our <\nd experi e nce. 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 Tampa, FL 33602 Phone #: (813) 223-3900 -Tho hiring of a lawyer is 011 im_ponant_ dtcjsion and should not be baSed solelv upon advenisements. Before' you decide. ask us to send you frilo .m-nen u!fonnation about our qu:Ui!ieations and experience. PAGE SIX where Dungy struggled to take another team out of the playoffs... Dungy never wavered. He always stayed on course. Even when his son died in tragic .fashion last season, Dungy kept his faith. He didn't take time off to mourn ... He coache

' ======== LETTER TO EDITOR -Black History Is Taught In Our SchoOls I appreciate the depth knowledge of the tunity to respond to the subject. With our recent January 26; 2007 editori-expansion of Advanced al "A Case for Required Placem.ent courses such 'Black History Classes." asAP Human Geography, Let me assure you that World and U.S. History, we 'do teach African-students have an opporAmerican history in our tunity to learn a great schools. We teach it not deal about Africanbecause the Legislature American Histo.ry and has required that we earn college credit as a teach it, as yo' u pointed result. out in yoUr. editorial. We We are in the process of te4\oh it because it.4s an creating an interdiscipliessential part of a well-n'ary African-American rounded civic education Studies "major area of and a complete sense of interest" that will include history. In fact, our courses in African and A f r i c a n -Am e r i c a n Caribbean History as well History and Cultu:r:e as African-American lessons far exceed. the Literature and legislative mandate Humanities offedngs. (Florida This course of study will 1003.42). be built upon the founda-African-American tion of our AfricanHistory is an integral American History elecpart of our required core tive described above. courses such as A logi<2l next step for American History, World us is the inclusion of History and American much more state and Government -cQurses local history in all our that all students take. In courses. We expect that addition, we offer the Tampa Bay History African-Am e r i c a n Center and our partners JlistOI'Y .. efec_. the l1niversity in many of our high Florida will play an active schools African-role in this endeavor. A American History is a model we can build quarter of the cugiculum upon is the oralhistory covered in our project recently conductMulticultural Studies ed with the support of the elective, also offered in alumni at Middleton many of our high sch9ols. High School. I'd like to offer an Although I have only example of the core described the high school course offerings: This offerings, I can assure semester's American you that AfricanHistory students will gain American History and knowledge of topics that Culture are covered in range from the Harlem detail in both the elemenRenaissance, to Brown tary and middle school versus Board of levels. As you pointed out Education, to the Voting in your editorial, there is Rights. Act, name but a few. the kex playt;,rs Qf lhe Civil Rights in.ovement are in detail, d g stu ents an m-Subscribe Today! ... SentlneiBuiietin "1/Je Voice of Oui Community S)Jeaking for Itself" 813 248-1921 (A Special Church For The Deaf) Revelation Community M. B. Church 1712 E. Busch Blvd. REV. Services Church School11 :15am Morning Worship 12:15pm Bible Study-Tues. 7:30pm a great need for the perspective and sensitivity that comes with knowledge of African-American history. I'd like to conclude by saying that the Hillsborough County Public Schools add to the public knowledge of Black History .when we take actions such as our recent naming of a new school after local civil rights leader James Hammond. Mr. Hammond is deserving of 'the honor. Now, with (;ne of our schools bearing his name, Mr. Hammond's deeds and his place in local AfriCanAmerican history will be remembered. ... MARYELLEN ELlA Superintendent, Hillsborough Coimty Public Schools Jesus New Covenant Fellowship Church We're Still Here! 2909 E. Hillsborough Ave. 3 237-2085 CREWS And JAMES CREWS Wednesday, 7 P.M.-Bible Study Friday, 7 P.M.-Prayer Sabbath Service 12 Noon (Every Other Saturday) Open For Other Ministries Contact Sis. 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Each Evening Monday, February 5th BISHOP STANFORD YOUNG New Vision, New Birth Ministries, Tampa Tuesday, February 6th APOSTLE MARK T. JONES Center for Manifestation Tampa Wednesday, February 7th PASTOR THOMAS L. DOZIER The Word of Grace and Truth Ministries Tampa Thursday, February 8th PASTOR CURT MCKAY Abundant Life Fellowship Tampa Friday, February 9th BISHOP LINDA Wll.LIAMS Elhoim Judah Ministries _Leesburg _.,


Q cr: LL Q z < Q 0 w ;:) I-ii: w > w Q W ::1: 0 ::::i m .;:) D. z i= w .... .... ;:) m I .... w z i= z w 0 cr: 0 .... LL = BIRTHDAYS GREETING == ==LOCAL== Birthday Mom, seated, surrounded by Children And Dear Friend, JD A special shout out to all my children: Cynthi8, Tanares, Joshua, Jennaine; Derrick, Erick, Antonio and JD, fami-ly and friends. ..., Thanks again for a blessed soth blrthday. It was the bomb. Love, mom, Diana Walker. St. james A.M.E. Church 5202 86th St. Progress Village (813) 677-241 1 ore Than Anything Revival Messenger: Alton J. Center February 11, 2007 7:45 A. M. REV. ANGELO JE,RALD New Bethel A.M.E. Sulphur Springs A.M. BRO.ALTONI.CENTER Ministeriaf Staff Wayman Chapel A.M.E. Church Jacksonville, FL Rev Mark L. Pastor --. HERITAGEDAY. Sunday, February 11th @ 11 a. Theme : "Yest e rday, Today, Tom o rrow ... The Past, Present & The Future" (23RD Psalm) ERINYCIA, ERIC And ERYKAH COOPER Happy birthday to Daddy's girl, Ny Ny on her 11th birthday. From your daddy, baby sister, Ta Ta Boo, and your grandma, Cookie. -Daddy loves you and always will. ''The Voice of Speaking for Itself' Mom Offers $5,000 For Information In Son's Death MS. KELLY DOSTER ... Offers $s,ooo.Reward For Information In Son's Death During the early morning hours of December 26, 2004, the life of Ms. Kelly Doster was changed forever with the death of her oldest child, Kwane Doster. Doster, a star athlete first at Robinson High School and then Vanderbilt University, was killed by a single gunshot. The shooting took place at an Ybor City Restaurant. Doster, who was a passenger in the back seat of the vehicle, had gone out with friends while _home for Christmas. At some point, a vehi cle pulled up to the parked vehi cle and several shots were fired. Doster was the only one wounded. After the police arrested Rodney Roman and charged him with the murder. However,, charges against him were dropped late last year However, Ms. Doster refuses to let the case go cold. Earlier this week, she announced that ""''"If., KWANE DOSTER ... Killed December 26th After Leaving Downtown Club she is offering a $5,ooo reward for information leadfng to the arrest and conviction of the per son reSponsible for the death of herson. "I'm not going to accept that no one has any information. People were out that night an9 I know that someone saw what happened. I hope that this reward will be an incentive for that per son or persons to come forward with the information needed to solve this case. "If you have any information about this case, I'm asking that you come forward with it, Ms. Doster said. Anyone with any information can contact Detective Brent Holder of the Tampa Police Department at (813) 276 3559 Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at jris@Osentinel.com. 3005 E. Street-Tampa, Florida (813) 236-3611 T. W Jenkins, D. Min. Pastorffeacher_.: : Mess e nger Will Be: Also On Pr9gram Will Be : !, :1 RaY. Dr. Roy B. Nabcn, PlllfiDr Cornnullty Blpllt Ch.Rh d Gnlr Mlwaukee GueltSIJIIIrAW ELDER ; HAROLD:JONES r r, MICHELLE B. PA1TY and the MORNING GLORY GOSPEL CHOIR I 1 i Vou Are Invited To Attend t WANDA HOWARD And TON Y BODERICK C h a ir p e r s on s _.57th Anniversary Sunday, 11,2007 Theme: "Faithful Followers. and Faithful Leaders" 7 : 45 & 10 : 55 a .m. Worship Services Sis Natalie M Powell Chair


. LOCAL -Pennanent InjUries Hav.tn't Slowed You"g t.tari ... I LaBrawn Saffold would be the first person to tell you that it would have been so easy for him to succumb. to self-pity and wallow in depression. A traffic accident 2 years ago left the King High stuc;lent a paraplegic and nearly took his life. During a long recovery peri od in the hospital, Saffold had time to teflect and decid ed if he was to recover, menph:y.sically, }?.e ed !)tart away .. "l stopped fjileling for myself and blaming others. I began to focus all of my energy into what.I would be doing 5920 Robert Toole Rd. Riverview, FL 33569 (Corner of H\vy 301 And Bfoomirtgoale) y 9 a. ln. -:.12 P February 3; 2007 1ft .' ,.,_ ....... .. IDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 69Q6 N 50th Street ; Tampa, FL, ... (813) 985-5578 of Sli and after I leave the LaBrawn Saffold puts on a big smile in this photo with v Since 2006, has Rev. Jesse Jackson. 01<: been asked to speak at area < lD(.)fo)ffiJ'illfP)ITfD r.m schools and youth group orga-student at Hillsborough U nizations. This past Friday, Community College, and : dift'erencldn"his comniunity. FOR OUR OWN he spoke at King High School tutors st.udents at Academy "This accident may have iiiiiiiiii\iiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiijiii and ,their Fellowship Of Prep Center Of Tampa V.M. a blessing)n disguise for Christian Athletes Ybor Campus on Columbus it definitely got me spoke to them about overDrive and 15th Street. He's focused on what's really coining and-focusing managed all this while being important in life. I lost a_ on th'eir dreams. I also gave wheelchair bound and for a cousin iri that accident and them a chance to give their while, without his .own trans-other relatives: were ,JiU.rt. lives to God. If it weren't for portation. Even with all I hope The.me: Woman" GOd; I wouldn't be here today. Saffold said he's grateful something good came out of I want the: y'o_ung }tids to for the spiritual support he's it.". Free for children Ul"!der 12 years-old understand importanee .from .and Beporte.r crews Please RSVP to.... being purified of all sins." wants them all to know he can be at, (818) Deconess Bertha JQhnson at813.961.2828 Saffold has very little time intends on following through 248-0124, or e-mailed at c by February 3, 2007,.ifyou plan to attend these days full-time with his.'dream of graduating leon@flsentineLcom .. -.: True F aith Inspirational Baptist Church i .,. .. -li REVEREND DR. 'JOHN L. GILES, Pastor .,.a .. : ,.,.,.., .. .. 0: .. ... .--:'! p--.J .< ---.,. .. -: ...... .. .......... ... ., ....... '-. L_'-_ \...-= ---... Gf'IP. ... --..us,.. '-.. p .,.,_. . I Ia not my word like aa a fire? Saith the Lord ... JEREMIAH "To whom Thou 11areat wttne66 ...... and all'm_en come to' him. ': MT. OLIVE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH ,. 1747 WEST LAsALLE STREET TAMPA. FLORIDA:3:3607 -81:3-254-5045 ,< C. GiviM, Paetor 1- -, ... caELISM sEMINA. R Fet7ruar:Y 9 Openlne Wot:6hlp : Rev. Ewlne & Bethel 7 P :m Fet7ruat:)' 10 -Seminar g a.m. REGISTRATION ADULT ($20 )..-UIH ($10) (lnc!uelol!> Continental 6reakfa11Jt;,_Lunch &'Seminar .. -:,. ;:::<<>. .. .{ :,: .. : ... : .... -, ... .. I. (., t .. ADDRESS '. ,, .... .:--'of .. .. 'I -r' ... : (: :;:: ... fHONE NO : '., -. ,' .... ........,. .......,_..........-:-__,;..,.:-,....,--, NUMBER OF REGISIRATIONS.-. Adult; Youth IOIAL AMOUNT ... <. : .. : .... _: -' .. ,. '' .. Formaiong 'with Check or Cash to:' Mount Olive AMEC 1745 W Lasalle Street. Tampa. Florida 33607 For additional information Pleaee call 813-254-5045. JlOUNDER'S DAY W11'NF.SS HOUR. -II, 2007. II A.M. -. .. .f : fft.COLLEGE FUND 1:!11 A i s a teiTible thing waStt;. ". \ ..,,. .... Yot.i.are cordially invited to attend 1st Annual. Black History Month Luncheon ., the United Negro College Fund, Inc. -. Luncheon Keynote Speaker THE JiONORABLE MARCO RUB .. IO Florida Speaker of. the House 8, _2007 Noon-1 :OO_p.m .-: .Tampa 700 South Flor1da Avenue Tampa; Florida 33602 Individual tickets $50.00 Please call 407.896.6940 for more information "11 0 :II. 6 ):lo en m z ::1 z m m C:., r-. ""'' :z. -a c m .. r-u; :1: m c. '. m < m C c )>< z c "11 ::u a C) m U) I ):lo' .,.


-)!I! ;r \ ill' -.. ... Ill' .. ;.: Ill "' > ...... 0 0 C\1 C\1 ... ... > a: < :J a: al w LL ict c a: LL ,... w CJ '' "One Church., Two Church: (813) 251-5756 & Fax: (813) 231-4664 "Equipping The Saints For The Work Of The MinistrY" Ephesians 4:12 w.at'fulpa Loaitloll 2001 N. Alban1 AVUH. llllniHI. FL 33607 8 a.m. Ew Worship 10 a.m. Sundu School 7 p.m. Wednudar lnt.rcUSOI'lf Prarer 7:30p.m. Service SOUIIITalllpa Loaltloll 5833 S. Dale Mabry HWY .. T.,pa, FL 33611 '11:15 e.nt. Morning Worship ... i.p.m. Tuesdu Bible "A CHURCH WHERE YOU CAN FEEL THE HOLY SPIRIT" MOUNT CARMEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 31-4'HunteiRd., Plant City, FL 33566 : ... A r--...z;....-....,...._(8-13) or (813) 325-7078 individuals from the comDevelopment Office, was that African Americans: mll:nity answered the call to hostess and .'the-keynote. for 34% of AIDS and discuss the AIDS/HIV crisis speaker was Ms. Deborah A. 4 2% of HIV cases the is primarily affecting the Levine LCSW, Vice President Tampa Bay area. Black women African American communicy. of Community Development,. account fors6% of women Nc;>w, that group is work:iDg to National Black -Leadership living with the dis. bring awaren ess and informaComnussion on AIDS.: ease. tion ; : Ms. Levine urged:all,of show -The meetmg was held on those who attended the meet: are 10 tunes n;wre ltkely W e dnesday, January 24th, at.. ing to join tog ether as a c;oali:.\; to contract AIDS.-thaii wliites. the Seminole,.. Gar;den tion;and write th, e plan of : Addhio)lally, more than Community Center; 5810 action to this epid emic with -2oo,ooo Blacks ha' ve died_ Centra l Avenue. The meeting -some of the goals "African from the disease and half a was held two weeks before Americans need to get tested, million are living Black AIDS Awareness know their status, care with the disease which is February and stay negative through Other statistics reveal ed that 7th. '. intervention seiVices. We neetf the State-of Florida has the On: SatUrday, February to work as one to bring all pos:. third highest number of AIDS 4th,. a Black .Cultural sible resources together to get in the United States, and Festival will be held at the word out in the African the Tampa Bay area is rated. a3os Avon Park, from 12 American community. If we third highest in the state with. to 4 p:ni. During the festi:. don'( do abqut this in the .Afiican American com. val free food, health : urgent health crisis, African munity.. screenings, HIV/ AIDS Americans will -be on the .. Anyone wishing to learn: and informae xtinct list in a short amount about Black AIDS : : tion will be made._ avail-. qftime," Ms. Levine stated. A\yareliess Da y or about the: able as part of the Black Ms. West said, "This health illness can visit web sites at AIDS Awareness Day. issue isn't only highly affecting www .b 1 a cka ids day. o 'rg: The event is bein g sponsored the younger generation of www.ilblca.org: or wwwby several community African Americans, but also nmac.org:


! --'""-...... ..... __ ............. ....... --...... ,._ ... --........... -.......... ............ .. ...... ; -----... -----""':"-.... ------....... -------... _----...... -.... "';. ___ .... ___ ---.. .. LOCAL "T1 ::0 c Popular Entertainer Explaiils AbSence From Area "T1 m tD In case you ve wondered around the end of the summer what Tom G. has been up to, and on my birthday, .February he's returned tofillyouJn. 9th, my mix tape, 'Black For the past year, Tom G. Bizniz,' will be hosted by H. has been successfully record-Vidal., ing and distributing mix tapes : Tom G is very loyal; and is up apd d own the East Coast, still involved in ventures with and now he's .iet\irned to other artists, as well as workannounce the release of his ing With his own label, Team new single; "10 Wings And Fetish Entertainment and tP,e Fries." Team Fetish All Stars, think for one minute Thug Pretti and P. '0. I haven't been working hard.. "What me feel good is I .... l, the market is starting to open will haye 'a ne:w'_alb'u.ni "aut now, especially for the South. Doors Open @ 8 P.M. wear Your Favorite Tea's Jersev ,. Tampa is coming along slowly, but we're coming. When it finally co.mes, it will be like a levee breaking. "I'm a homeboy and I refuse to go somewhere to be recog nized.We work hard to stay consistent, and Tampa will always be home." on paper so you know what you're supposed to get. Don't take anything for granted, especially when you're dealing with people close to you." You can be successful without going to college. There are a l> lot of things you can do besides hanging out and run-WI\) ning from the police." 1\) 0 Tom G. is proud to announce the founding of a non-profit organization for inner-city kids called "Skroll Survivors." Tom G.credits Slip 'N Slide s:; Records, Dip Set South, and Gigantic Entertainment for his success. When it comes to the music industry's business side, Tom G. said he's learned a lot. "The first lesson I learned was to make sure everything is "We want them to know what it takes to be successful. We're going to feature a lot of events to reach out to them. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsen tinel.com. Personal service and rates are why more people trust State Farm for car insurance than the next three companies combined. Contact .me today. Henna V White, Agent, LUTCF .14940 N Florida Avenue Tampa, Fl33613 STATE FAIM INSURANCE Bus: 8 13-961-6661 herma.white.bxgh@statefarm.com -LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR, STATE FARM IS.THERE." Providing Insurance a1:1d Financial Services State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company State Farm IL statefarm.com CAMPBELL, STEWART, TWINE I The finn continues to .practice in the areas ()f : -I -Per.sonal Injury & Wrongful Death/ Probate -Labor & Law Compensatioh Dependency I ;; Family Law : Criminal The hiring of a Ja,vyer is an important decision that shoulu not he based solclv upon advertisements. Before you decide. ask us to send you free "ritten infomt\tion about'our qualifications and experience. -"T1 6 ::0 C/) m z m r a, c: r r m -t z ., c: aJ c en % m c m < m -t c: m en c l> z c r J C) m ... ... I )>


! .... '' ., ...... 0 0 N ...... LOCAL Named New President Of Florida> A&M. University After a year and a half search, the Florida A&M University Board of Trustees voted Feb. 1st 7-6 in 'favor of making Dr: James Ammons tJ:le presi-dent ofFAMU. Dr. Ammons_ served as Provost urider between 1998-2001 under the Frederick Humphries administration. He left in 2001 to become. the Chancellor at North Carolina Central University. He has been praised repeatedly for his dramatic increase in enrollment at NCCJJ, his fundraising ability and his extraordinary relationships with the faculty, staff, trustees and ii: ture. LL The new FAMU president i! established a Merit Scholar <( Ptograrri _at North Carolina Gentraf UniveTsity that C was"patterned after the 0 w program model_..of FAMU's Merit Scholar Program, established Dr. w Humphries. The program Gj often Harvard in DR. JAMES AMMONS serving as Chancellor of North Carolina ; Central Univ. -recruiting Merit Scholars. can come between me and Dr. Ammons has also that mission," said Dr. pledged to restoTe several Ammons. "My purpose is promin_ent programs at to rekindle the university FAMU such as the School and rekindle the Rattlers. of Business and Industry Whel! trying to bring dif-' (SBI) that has deteriorated. ferent elements of a univerThe FAMU SBI Program, sity. together you don't which w 'as previously think about yourself, but under the leadership of Dr. focus on the student's sueSybil Mobley, saw hun-cess." dreds of corporate recruiters descend upon the well-known historically black university. "I am for Florida A&M University, and nothing Castell Bryant has served as-interim president since fOI"!ller president Dr. Fred Gainous left i:Q -. 2004. c w :::E: 0 :::i ID a. z t:i _, _, ::) ID ..J w z !z w 0 <( c a: g LL. Complaints Result 1n Meeting With Black contractor Last week, Consulting Engineer Joseph Robinson requested immediate reme dial action the City of Tampa. Robinson sajd he filed the request because he not received any contracts from the City of Tampa although he is quali fied and has met all. requirements. "Before I can pursue the issue in federal court, I must exhaust all administrative remedies with the city and that is what I'm doing. The city keeps talking about the Disparity Study, but that study is evidence that other firms were receiving' city contracts, but not African Americans. JOSEPH ROBINSON "I've wlrited for 21/2 yem:s and still they continue to discriminate. They are still doing the same thing. I'm in support of Mayor Pam Iorio, but I've been slighted Lasting Impression Hair Studio ----by her administration and shown no resp'ect and I"m tired of it," Robinson said. After receiving the complaint, City Attorney David Smith contacted Robinson and planned a, meeting with him to discuss his concerns. Attorney Smith told the Sentinel, "We are in the process of implementing recommendations from the Disparity Study and we're trying to pick up the pace on that. "We're going to set up .a meeting with Mr. Robinson. I really believe that we can work this out. He ought to be getting contracts and I'm comfortable tliat we can resolve this problem." Robinson said he hopes that his concerns will be set tled at the meeting. No date had been planned as of press time. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at" iris@flsentinel.com. f' .#.... ..,. .. "' -.......... "' .. ... ... ... .. ... -In Spotlight VONCILE This week's Spotlight Feature is sure to have the phones ringing off the hook. We are pleased to present the stunning Voncile. This 23year-old Sagittarius loves reading writing poetry and shopping. She is currently in college studying to become a nurse. This gorgeous young lady says that she looks up to all successful Afri'can Ainerican women. When It comes to the type of man she likes, Voncile said he must be intelligent, strong-minded, ambitious and have achievable goals. Congratulations to Voncile on being this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature. BROTHER'S GRAPHICS-1248 E. Hillsborough Sliite#206


SPORTSIDE WITH RA"-DY SPORTS up, the winner will be Tony Dungy and the Indianapolis Colts. Make. that a score of 23-17. The Return Of Serena Williams If Serena Williams waltz-And Now. fOr ing through the Australian Open her devastating defeat of top seeded Maria Sharpova The SU. per in the championship game is any indication, then Serena. Williams is back. Serena, Gosh what a ride Black folks Indianapolis Colts clearly have once the top ranked female tenhave been on. We have been so the best offense. In Peyton nis player in the world, has busy celebrating the fact that Manning, the Colts have the been bothered the last couple of the two head coaches in fhis best quarterback. Bears quar-years by year's Super Bowl are African-terback Rex Grossman is : and pe r s on al pursuits. She has American, until we liav;! not very inconsistent. The Colts re dedicated her life to tennis. had the time to analyze the have probably the best kicker in That i s bad new s for her oppoSuper Bowl itself. Every S.uper the history of football in Adam nents. .. Bowl must have a winner. This Vinatieri. The Colts will surely Her quickness is back, and so Super Bowl will be_ no excep, win if the game comes down_ to is her determination. Most' tion. So the question is: Who a field goal. importantly, Serena's devas. will win the Super Bowl? A closer look at the two teams tating serve is back. The scary Forget race, forget local ties will show that the Bears have a part about Miss Williams' and look only at the teams My edge in the running return is that even though she vfew is that the Indianapolis game, while the Colts have a big is healthy, she is not in the best Colts will win the Super Bowl. edge in' the passing game. The of shape. From all indications, They will win simply because Colts have been in more big this is the year of Serena they have the best_ team. I games in recenttimes than the Williams. would rate the coaching staff Chicago Bears.: Finally, the Two things you don't discuss about' even, but that is whereit Colts have the prettiest uni-about women is their age and in the even category. forms. weight. In spite of this, Mis s The Chicago Bears easily have When you draw the bottom Williams will be even better if the best defense, while the line and add all ofthese factors she lost a few pounds. Tampa Bay B.,xing Team Wins Big 1-4 East Tampa Boxing Club owner Will Velez arid trainer Jerry Reyes are very proud men. Last week, they took a group of their best fighters on a 7-1j2 hour dri:ve to Panama City, Florida to compete. They returned with 4 big wins and a Team" trophy. Hurricane Boxing wants to congratulate Bam Rohan Perry, Anthony Hance, Willfredo Hance, and Pies Johnson for their dedication to the sport. Akiboh won a 4-round deci sion in 140 open division; Hurricane B_oxing Gym Team Members Perry scored a first round technical knockout in the 140 pound division; Anthony "Right now, I feel strong at Brooks of Brooks Boxing, but Hance won a 3-round decision 140 pounds as a professionaL because of my job and a crazy in. his 150 poq_n.d division. "It's very encouraging for all schedule, I to step away for Willfredo Hance scored a of us to have a couple ofprofes. a while. I've also been trained 3rd round t..hnical knockout sionals training at our gym. by the legendary Henry in his 150 pouiJ.d division, and Nate Campbell, and Grooms and Winky Pies Johnson finished second Chevelle Hallback have both Wright's trainer." in his division With a decision made names. for themselves in Akiboh said working at the victory. With gar..: Hurricane Boxing Gym has Akiboh said he's been fightmshi?g a taught him a lot about dealing ing for 4 years and plans to stay said s gamed a lot with anger and frustration, and in the 140 pound division as an of expenence m the sport, that can b 'ti' th' 1 d h h e a pos1 ve mg or amateur, and go up to 147 most y ue tot e tramers e's ll 1 ds h fi h had during his career. a young peop e. w en g ts as a profes"I started with Coach John You learn real lessons -.;.;.;.;..----------:-------------and the importance of self disResidential & Commercial Leak Repairs No Joh Too Or Too 20)'cars Experience 5 Years Estahhshcd Scmmole Community DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contractc)r License// RC0067277 Bonded-Insured (813) 477-0108 Fax: (813) 236-7325 DARRYL. STARKES cipline. You can also improve yourself physically and intellec tually." Akiboh invites the gene'ral public to stop by the Hurricane Gym and check out what's going on. The gym is located at 3715 East 7th Avenue. Reporter B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@tlsentinel:com. J.-.... # fo t ... -..... ,._ ..... ,.. ...... .. .... ... ; Two Local Athletes -Join Indoor Football Team ;;. ARTAVIUS L. BALLOON GARY GIVENS, JR. It seems that football fans just _D.A.N.A. Sports Academy for can't get enough of the game. instilling within m e the essen .This weekend, fans will be tial tools to be one of the best glued to television sets watchdefensive backs to ever come ing Sup e r Bowl XU on Sunday. out of Tampa," Balloon said. However, after t he ga me is A member of Revealing Truth over and the crowds return to Ministries, Gary Givens, Jr., their respective lives, arena or is also a graduate of Jefferson indoor football will continue to High School and Web'ber sate the appetites of die-hard International University. fans. "This has been a drea m for And among those represent-me since my youth. But, I ing the Carolina Speed profesalways knew that if l continued sional football team will be two to work hard and keep faith in young nien from Tampa. God, all things would be possi-Artaviu s "Tay" Balloon is ble. a graduate of High -"I'd like to thank my wife, School and W ebber Charlotte Givens, sori, International University. He is Gary, III, and parents, the son of Ulus and Natalie Patricia Aim Givens and Balloon, Jr., and' a member ..-Gary Givens, Sr., for their of Revealing Truth Ministries. love and support. I'd also like "This has been a long awaited to thank_ D.A.N .A. Sports dream to be able to play footAcademy and Coach Calvin ball on a professional level for training me and getting me through hard work, sacrifices, ready for the next level." prayer, and the love and sup-Gary will play Linebacker for port of family. This would the Carolina Speed. The team is never have been possible with-based in. Charlotte, North out the proper foundation. Carolina. "I'd also like to thank my par:.. Reporter Iris B. Holton ents, brothers, sister, Pastor. can be contacted at (813) Greg Powe, Coach Col_vin 248-1921 o r by e-mail at and Coach E. G. Green from iris@flsentinel.com. -n :::tl c -n m tD :::tl c: l> :::tl < N 0 0 ...... -n r o :::tl en m z :::! z m r:m c: r r m :::! "tt c: tD r (j) J:. m c m < m ..... c: m en c l> z c -n :::tl a '! '( I ( 1. ( I I f { { .f ( I --...... f j i r i { !. t l t J { i i .... i ., :\' I \


& .,. & a. a. a & ..... & & .. A a .. .... ..-....-... -- -.. --a..._'"' -" a a_. ..... ,.,.,-,-..-t ... _,.,a'"'""" .. .... _. N' Super Bowl XLI: The Real Significance ID S Of 4th LL. Q LL. Q z c( Q U) w :: w > w Q w % U) :::; m :: D. z ffi ...J. _, :: ID ...:. w z w U) a: 0 _, LL. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter (An analysis) Who was the first African American head coach in the mpdern era of th e National Football League? That would be Hall of Farner Art Shell. Since then, light has slithered through the door and we have an array of African American coaches, including new arrival Mike Tomlin with the Pittsburgh Steelers. On February 4th .win the Chicago Bears take the field TONY DUNGY against The Indianapolis Colts, men opportunities they would it will be more at stake than a Super Bowl title. hav_e never gotten from anyone else. Let's take a step back for a Now, Lovie Smith, Rod minute. When former Marinelli, Mike Tomlin, Minnesota Vikings head coach "and Herman Edwards are Dennis Green left Stanford University and put together his head coaches in the NFL, and they all have Tony Dungy to coaching staff, he kept Tony thank for their opportunities. Dungy as his defensive coordiThere is much more at stake nator. Dungy had served in h 1 capacity under Bud t an a p ace in history for Grant. Dungy and Smith. The door Dungy languished years in for more Black head coaches needs to be knocked down, and position .as lob. the old-school owners n d t b1ed to have him appomted as a ee 0 head coach. No NFL team step ?P and hue men. would st p f d n th ve proven. theu worth e orwar un 1 e over and over agam. Tampa Bay Buccaneers made The real 'f' f him their head coach. Sigm Icance o Urn: rtunat 1 th t February 4th goes far beyond 0 e y, a marnage Dungy and Smith. It digs into only 6 Dungy the bowels of a system that has was unceremoniously fired as needed fixin 't t the Bucs head coach. g 1 .was pu I t d th I f .1 m place. It also d1gs mto the n s eppe e rsay ami y f h W'th th I d' 1 C 1 consciOusness o owners w 0 1 e n 1anapo Is o ts. f d d 1 k T.hey weren't afraid to take or _years eme B ac chance D d a coaChes therr place on the side on ungy, an now line they see the fruit of their labor. congratulate b th. Dungy has meant more to b 0 th NFL th 'ust h d h ut even more Important, let s e anJ a ea coac d h Whe h t t th h. gtve a no tot e McCaskey and st ff an he ogeh efr his Irsay families for stepping up B a s eha coac P t e and allowing these two men to uccaneers, e gave a group of 1 th 1 hi t c rum eir p aces m s ory. SPORTS McNabb: I Want To Stay With Eagles DON OVAN MCNABB MIAMI BEACH -Donovan McNabb doesn't warit to leave Philadelphia, isn't jealous over the success Jeff Garcia had replacing him as Eagles quarterback, and wasn't muzzled by coach AridyReid. "The so-called rumors that have started, they're false," McNabb said "I'm a Philadelphia Eagle and wHl continue to b e a Philadelphia Eagle, hopefully, for more years to come, and hopefuliy will retire as an Eagle." With that, McNabb began a 4-minute speech Wednesday at the Super Bowl media cen ter, where he Was appearing at a news conference where Campbell's Soup announced it was donating '1 million cans to food banks nationwide. It was his first ti!lle speaking at length with rep.orters since tearing a knee ligament Nov. 19 and, as expected, McNabb had plenty to say. unfortunate we have to sit here now to discuss this," McNabb said. Autopsy Report Says Gunshot Wound To Neck Killed Da_rrent Williams DENVER--Broncos cor nerback 'Darrent Williams died from a gunshot to his neck New Year's Day, according to ail autopgy report released Tuesday. The Denver medical examin er's report said the 23-yearold pro-. nounced dead about 2:35 a.m. after he was shot while riding in a limousine. The report '---s!towed Williams' bloodalcohol level was 0.05 percent. A medium-to large-caliber bullet struck Williams on the left side of the neck and exited the right, and he died quickly, the report said. No charges have been filed, but police said a man who was arr-ested on an unrelated parole-violation charge is a person ofinterest iii the case. .. c Ravens' Lewis Withdraws F.rom Pro Bowl, Scott To Replace Him OWING S MILLS, Md. -Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis withdrew from the Pro Bowl because of a hand injury he sustained in a playoff loss to Indianapolis. Lewis' place on the AFC roster will be filled by teammate Bart Seott, who was an RAY LEWIS Out alternate and will be making BART SCOIT ID his first appearance in the time in his 11-year career he game in Honolulu. finished as Baltimore's leading Lewis was a first alternate tackler. He also had five sacks who replaced injured line-and two inter:ceptions. backer AI Wilson of the Scott finished with 130 Denver Broncos. He led the tackles, second to Lewis, and Ravens' top-ranked defense had 9 1/2 sacks and two inter-with 164 tackles, the ninth ceptions. Browns TE Winslow Undergoes Knee Surge,Y CLEVELAND -Browns tight end Kellen Winslow underwent arthroscopic surgery Tuesday to remove scar tissue and repair cartilage damage in his right knee. Wmslow,1 who injured the knee in a May 2005 motorcy cle accident, was released from the Cleveland Clinic is expected to make a full recovery. Team physiciim Dr. Anthony Mpuaci performed the surgery. 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SPORTS "T1 :::D c Agent: Bonds Sign Revised Contract Right Now NEW YORK --Darry Bonds' contract with the San Francisco :Giants isn't final just yet. After the commissioner's < office Bonds' one year, $15.8, million deal beeauseitcontained a personal-appearance provision, the team sent revised documents to his agent, Jeff Borris. Sues Over Shooting "Atthis time, Barry. is not signing new Borris said Wednesday. Baseball's Uniform Player Contract states. a "agrees to cooperate with the BAN D-iEGO ----:Chargers Fole y has sued the Coronado and BARRY BONDS the off-duty police officer who club in any and all reasonable promotional activities." shot him three times outside After se_veral disputes, hiS home, accusing the rookie lawyers for the union and the of negljgence commissioner's office agreed excessive force. Bonds' contract had additional language that the commissioner's office rejected. last fall that The civil suit seeks unspeci-.. p_roVIslons would fied damages from Officer be accepted m player Aaron Mansker and the contracts. It was not yet clear city, a penfnsular across the pay from downmust s1gn a new contract or town San Borris did not detail the provisJons iii dispute; but-a baseball executive; speaking on condition of arionyniity because these details h a d iiot been made -pub lic, sai d they dealt with petso.nal"-apP.ear. ances ,_ -. -r.. -' whe .ther the one. he already Foley was shot early Sept. 3 signed would be accepted with near .his home in suburbfn. the troublesome language. Poway by :Mansker, a 23 -eliminated. police offi -------------:----------,------. cer wlio was off-duty at the LeB_ ron's Toe May Be : time arid suspected the line; backer of drunken driving. Sore Until Summer Manskertoldinvestigaiors CLEVELAND --LeBron J until summer. The Cavaliers forviard, who has missed two of CleVeland's last threE,! game's .to rest. a sprained right big toe, said Wednesday that hlsinj.ury couid linger fotthe remainder of this seasmi. '! LEBRON JAMES-"i hope n ot, but I it will; -James said fo1JoWing practice. "It's like you jam yowfinger or you get a iight ankle ._ sprain, those are the things that James was held_ out of condon't really get back until after taCt drills during Wednesday's the It's a concern, bpt practice and the team listed not a big concern as as it him as day-today on the keeps getting better and proupdated injury report. After gressing every day." being limited to practicing free James sat out Clevelap.d's throws and going over some win Tuesday night over Golden plays, James said his toe is State. Sasha Pavlovic feeling better and it will be a replaced James in the starting game-time decision whether lie lineup and scored a career high plays in a nationally televised 24 points. J; game Thursday in Miami. _.., Five Uniq'ue One Diverse LaW -Firm.:>--Arthenla L. Joyner, Clark Jordan-HolmfiS, Eurich Z. Griffin, Barbara P.Bernardo and Karen C. D. Gabbadoh ,. .. ; -AnoR)I.'F.Ys& CoUNSELORs AT L A W 1 f12 !:. Kennedy Blvd. .Tampa! FL_336_02-. .... JoYNER_ & joRDAN-HOLMES that he shot Foley aftei: the player reacb,ed for his waist; band. Investigators said Foley was unarmed. Foley missed the season and paid his $775,000 : salary So far, the team has not attempted to recoup' an $875,000 roster bonus he had already been paid. : : Foley's attorney, Jordan Cohen, said the. damages sought would offset Foley's lost earnings. He said it was unclear whether Foley would ever play again. "_Right now we know he can't," Cohen said. "It's doubtful he'll play next sea -son" Foley was1shot' in the left leg, hip and hand. He underwent several surgeries and has been undergoing rehabilitation. "If he's not 100 percent, will a team take a risk on him?" Cohensaid. 'I The hiring of a lawyer Is an Important decl'lon and should not be based upon adver tisements Before' you decide, ask us to send you free wrl!ien Inform ation about our quolific3tlons and -' -Kldd Files New Divorce Papers Following No-Fault-Law TRENTON, N.J. --New Jersey Nets star Jason Kidd filed new divorce papers this week citing irreconcilable dif ferences in his request to end his t'o-ye ar unio n to Joumana Kidd, who he says physically and emotionally abuse9 him for the last. decade. Kidd filed .the papers days after Gov. Jon S. Corzine sigtied legislation creating no fault allowing co. uples 't:Q' dissolve their marriage in JASON KIDD six rtionths if they cite irrecon cilable differences. Previouszy, state wait 18 '' The new law cpmes a bit late .qdd, who already aired -his marital dirty laundry earli, er t h i s mont h in his initial d iv o rce filings, wh e n he cite d c ru e l ty. --Latrell Sprewell In $20. 0 ; NYC Palimony $ult i NEW YORK --Th e m othe r of fo u r of f ormer NBA star -Latrell Sprewell's children sued him for $200 million Monday, alleging Sprewell broke their long-term cohabideal and roughed her up last month in t heir WestcHester County home. Candace Cabbil brought the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, saying Sprewell recently ended the arrangement that developed after they met in 1989 when both attended University of Alabama. -"I -certai' nly have no com ment about that at this point," said Jonathan c. an attorney for Sprewell. The lawsuit says that on Sept. 8, broke his promise to. share his life and fortune with Cabbil when he entered their Purchase, N.Y., home and announced they needed "to erid this fake" rela tionship. 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MRS. GLORIA GENE.LUCY > for Mrs. Gloria Gene Lucy, of 3201 E. 12tb,Ave:nue,,who pas'sed away January 28, 200'7, will be held Saturday; February S, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., with Minister Reginald Page, officiating. Mrs. Lucy was born on October 8, 1941, to the union -of Leslie and Ruth Stewart, who preceded her in death. She was born in Atlanta, GA, and moved to Tampa in 1943. She leaves to mourn her passing: a loving and devoted husband of 37 years, A. B. Lucy; only child, Anthony (Peter, Tony) Moore; 2 grandchildren, Denise and Frederick and their children; a host of first cousins, Joyce Cato Hughes, Robert Cato and wife, Cheryl, Brenda Wright and husband, Melvin, Eugene Cato, and Carl Cato and wife, Katrina; devoted but.not 'L'udlle Burrow an' d Will, Stella L_ucy and husband, Maryann and husband, Willie' D. Lucy, Joseph Lucy, Aces D. Lucy, and Della Mae L-ucy; Richard Stewart and wife, Tammy; long time friends, Elaine Parker and Della Kirkland; and a host of and nieces; relatives from South Florida including Stephanie Sheely, Lucille Cooper, Shelia Hickson, Leslie Stewart, III, Valerie Gray, Alberta Dunlap and son, Ben; and the Thymes family; and many other sorrowing cousins, family members, close neighbors and friends. The will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday (today) from 5-8 p.m. The family will receive friends. from 7 _-8 Friends are asked to assemble at the chapel.,fit ; 1:45 p nfiVSatut:day for the service. Jimmie Jackson, Owner "A Family's Friend" 4605 N. 34th St., Tampa, Fl Ph# 239-3101 FUNERAL NOTICES ----------SISTER BETTY JODUPONT The homegoing celebration for Sister Betty Jo Dupont "Mama Dupont" of 604 S. -Waller St., who pJtSsed away on Monday, January 29, 2007, at St. Joseph's Hospital, will be held Saturday, February 3, 2007, at 1 p. m. at St. Luke M. B Church, 108 S. Warnell Street in Plant City, with Elder Larry Sykes, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Peace Cemetery. Sister Dupont was born September 15, 1931, in Plant City, Florida, to Carolyn Jones and the late Sherman DuHart. She was converted to the Christian faith at an early age at Bethel Baptist Church under the late Bishop Collins. Betty Jo and the late Clenters Lee Dupont joined in a holy. union May 6, 1950. She later joined Luke Missionary Baptist Church whereshe rededicated her life to Christ under the late Elder Ralph Rivers. and Mother Rivers. As a born 'again, holy ghost filled believer, Mama touched many lives in her fam ily as well as her community. She was preceded in death by: 3 sons, Clenters, Maxwell and Kenneth; and her husband. She is survived by: daugh.' ters, Carolyn Mitchell, Charlene Brutton, Paulette and Curtis Clark, Jacqueline and James Cross, Valerie McClain, Vickie Davis and Sandra and Kirt Sales;' sons, Darrel Simmons and Urilicus Hammond (Bino); grandchildren, Leslie, Jacqueline, Delton and Patricia, K;aren, Robert, Jr., Kimberly and Danny, Christopher, Kevin, LeKeitia, Kenneth, Larisha, Krysta and Jasmine; great grandchildren, Curtis, Jerrell, LaMykel, Shantoura, Willie, Alissa and Michael, Amy, Makya, Orenthal1 Hassan, Robert, Lashanda, Maurice, Melody, Carol-Lyn, Elaine, Lacey, Joseph, Eboni, Pliilip, Trenton, Diamon, Trevon, Laymon, Kamry, Kelsey, Kasmine, Dani, Jakeitha, Joshua, Briahna, Lakieran and ''My Girl" Cyerra; great, great grandchildren, Ariyuanna and Madysson; siblings, Carolyn Barton, Jerry and Rose Mobley, Shirley Green, Eugenia and Emory Sales, Sharon Jones, Rosa Lee (Darlene), Brenda Burney (Alvin), James Merritt (Antonette), Jerome Merritt (Beverly), Jerry Merritt JJ -< 0 0 _...., '11 0 c )> en m z -4 z m r;m c: r r m ::! z m c en ::1: m c m < m JJ -< -4 c: m en c -)> z c JJ c


--I 0 0 N N' > 0: =' < c 0: u.. c 0: u.. c z .Q: w > w c w :X: en :::i m ::;) D. z w ..1 ..1 ::;) m ...:. w z z w en -memories are: parents, Josie Anderson and 'Jbe Madison; sister, Aretha Anderson of Tampa; 2 'brothers, James Frazier (Janice), and Lorenzo Anderson of Tami)a;, 5 nephews, Antwon Anderson, Steven Smith, Donta Anderson, .James Frazier, Jr. and Jalen Frazier, of Tampa; great nephew, Antonio Sasser; 4 nieces, CoaCoa Anderson, Shanae Anderson, Reneshia Anderson and Janasia Frazier of Tampa; grand.mother, Mary Petty_ of Tampa; aunts, Juanita (Pete) of Valdosta, Georgia, Bobbie Jean (David), Debra Hines and Mary Jean Hall of Tampa; uncles, Eddie B. Wells of Valdosta, Georgia, Jessie Anderson (Burn),. Leon Anderson, Horace Petty (Lula), Toby Gamble (Geraldine.) of Alabama, and Dwight best friends, David Gray; long time friends of the family, Theresa and .family, Mrs. Gladys_ antl family. Smith, the Johnson Family, Shelia Grant and family, Louise and family, and James Suttle, Jr. and family; a host of cousins and friends including, Flora Jean -and family, Valeria Davis and family, and Peggie Robertson and family. Visitation will be held at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, on Friday, February 2, 2007, from 6-8 p. f m. ........... ., A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. 2708 E. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD. TAMPA, FL 33610 Ph. (813) 232 Fax (813)23io521 .Let our family take care o/ your family. "J.Jie are t!ie key to a fine and quality .service" Florida Sentinel Advertisers


MS. RENELIA JEAN ReneliaAei'n:wilL.fielield-on.J .3; ,2007, at 2 p. m at Haitian: MR. GEORGE CHAPMAN Funeral services for Mr. MS. LOUVANNAH MORRELL MONROE Funeral services for Ms. Louvannah Monroe will be held on Saturday, February MS:DELORES WOLFE : .MR. HARVEY 'JABBY' HAYNES, JR. Baptist Ch'urch of Siioe, 1tle8 E. Genesee Street, Tampa, with Pastor Gesaeg, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery George .Chapman, a.k.a., Mr. Grady Rainey, willbe held February 3, 2007, at 11 a.' m. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa with Rev. Lonnie Character, Jr., 'officiating. Interment will follow on Tuesday; February 6, 2001, at 11 a.m. in Florida Veterans Cemetery, 3, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Galilee Baptist Church, 3221' E; Louisiana Ave., Tampa, with the Pastor, Rev. Kennedy A homeg;oing celebration wiiJ be held for Ms. Delores Wolfe on Saturday February 3, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Deliverance Church of'the Body of Christ, 2708 E. 23rd -Avenue with Pastor Rodney Mr Harvey Bandy, officiating. Interment Haynes, Jr. of Auburn, New Watson, officiating. Ms. Jean was the daughter 'of Loraine Volcy and Julien Jean. She was born in Cabaret, Haiti, on June 30, 1939. She had 3 brothers; Leon Jean, Cenerien Volcy and Villard Jean. She was a vecy dedicated person to her family and work. She risked her life to come to America in 1980. She came to the United States to start a better life for the ones she left behind and the ones to come. She traveled throughout the United States as a migrant worker. She made her home in Tampa, for the last ten years or more. She was a very loving and caring person who enjoyed spending her time_ in the presence of family and friends. In her last days, her final words were, "tell all my friends and ,thank you for all Interment will follow in Orange llill Cemetery. will follow in Rest Haven York, formerly of Tampa, Cemetery. passed _away Wednesday, Ms. Wolfe was born on January 24, 2007: Funeral have done." : Renelia Jean will always be in our hearts for she has moved on to be in the presence of the Lord Almighty. Amen! Ms. Jean leaves to cherish her memories with: Marie Yves Cherident Michel and three children, Marie Michelle Cherident Merantus and five children, Malta Jean Nelson and one child, Joel Cherident and one child, Camille Cherident and two children, Wilner CheriJient and eight children, Claribert Cherident and one child, Mesguer Cherident and one-child, Ernest Cherident and Rene Raymond; and twenty-four grandchildren, and twentysix nieces and nephews. -Visitation will be held at the Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, on 'Friday, 2, 200?, from 6-8P m. ,. 1 A MORNING GLORY SERVICE Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. nu"' -Bushnell, with full Military Honors.. Mr. George Chapman (Grady Rainey), was born in Tifton, Georgia, on August 28; 1934, to the proud parents, Mamie O'Neal and Grady Rainey, Sr. God called him home on Friday, January 26,2007 He is survived by: his moth-. er, Mamie Rainey; and beloved wife, Mary Chapman;. 3 daughters, Renee Chapman, Debra Johnson and -beloved, Charlene Chatman; 3 sons, Andre Chapman, Darren Rainey and Wayne.Rainey; beloved father, Grady Rainey, Sr.; 5 brothers, Grady and Verna Rainey, and Zenobia Rainey, Willie James and Sherry Rainey, Douglas and Ida Rainey, and Anthony and Theresa Rainey; 8 sisters, Eddie Mae and James Kinchens, Ann Rainey, Dora 1\lae and George Carter, Zelma Mae Enoch, Pearl Rainey, Isabele Rainey, Janice Rainey, Magdeline Jimmie Felton;_ 7 grand-. children, Jocquelyn Hardwick, Jr., Uria Hardwick, 'Chnieagua Breedlove, Harold Marr, Jr., Daralyn Chapman, Keisha Parks and Ciermere. Chapman; 4 great grandchil--, dren, Dario Mathis, George Breedlove, Jaylan Sykes and Jordan Syke s; and a host of nie.ce s n ephews, great nieces and nephews; a n d many other sorrowing relatives and friends. -Visitation will be held at First Baptist Church of West Tampa; 1302 .Willow Avenue,_ Tampa, on Friday, February 2, 2007, from 6-8 p .m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones Owner. Louvannah Monroe was born July 20, 1949, in Dade City, to the late'Frank and Bessie Morrell. She achieved her degree in -. nursing. And she loved to sing. She.l9ved taking care of ., the elderly. She was a faithful member of Galilee Baptist Church. Louvanliah was a loving sister,-aunt and friend. She will. truly be missed by all. She is survived by: her daughter, Crystal Jenkins; 3 grandsons, Brandon, and Brevin of Tampa; devot-. ed goddaughter, Wilshuna Crapps; 2 sisters, Valerie Clemons and Sandura .Washington of Tampa; 3 brothers, Jiminy Morrell, Brooksville, Willie C. Morrell -of St. Petersburg, and Jessie Clemons, Tampa; brother-inlaw, Rudy Hives; 2 sisters-inlaws, Ann of Brooksville, and Mae of St. Petersburg; and a host of great nieces, great nephews and cousins. Visitation will be held at _the Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 .N. N ebraska 'Ave., Tampa, on Friday, February 2 2007, from 6-8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERMr. Harold Jones, Owner. __ The Florida Sentinel Advertisers HAROLD JONES OWNE R Serving Tampa, St. P e t e and Surroundi'i.g Areas ,n of January 11, 1935, to parents, services will be conducted Hattie Mae and Mack, and Saturday, February 3, 2007,. Ruby and Roscoe -clethen, at 2 P m. at Ray Williams She was educated in the Memorial C}J.apel 30. 1 N. Hillsborough County School Howard Avenue, with System. She retired from Reverend Francis Maxwell, Singleton Seafood. officiating. She was preceded in death Mr. Haynes was a native of by: husband, Marion Wolfe, Tampa, where he resided for Jr.; parents, Hattie Mae and 40 years. He was a graduate Mack Denson;-brother, of Middleton High School Homer Lee Denson; sisters, and was a veteran of both, Josie Bell Lee, Mazie Denson the United States Army and and Betty Bowers; a loving, the United States Marine devoted niece, Kim Ross; and Coi-p., where. he served four great niece, Geremae years in each branch. Mr. .Denson.. Haynes was baptized at St She leaves to cherish her Matthew Missionary Baptist memories: 4 daughters, Church and was employed as Cecelia Wolfe and Olivia a mason for 30 years .. Wolfe of Tampa, Tawney He leaves to cherish his Wolfe-McRae and husband, son, -Harvey Emanuel Charlotte, N.C., Haynes, III; daughter,-and Ruthie Denson and Annette L. Haynes; wife of 18 Early Burch of Ft. years, Mercedes "Rose" Lauderdale; son, Marion Haynes; father, Harvey Wolfe, III, and wife, Karen of Haynes, Sr., .all of Tampa; brother, Willie James Hames St. Petersburg; a loving and (Marilyn) of Auburn, NY; 4 devoted caregiver that was t B s, etty Sue Larry JUSt like a daughter, Linda (Bllly) of Tampa, Louise Faye Evans of Tampa; broth-White (George) of Alabama, er, Robert Clethen of Tampa;MariE! Williams of Tampa, 2 sisters, Madelyn Clethen of and Georgia Deloach (Obie) Tampa, ancJ..Eunice Whitted of AL; 3 uncles, -char-les of Kissimmee; 2 brothers-in-Parker (Lillie} of law, Thomas Wolfe and. wife, Auburndale, Jimmie Lee Hill Hazel, and Hercules Wolfe of Ohio, and Johnnie B. Hill and ,vife, Daisy, all of South of AL; niece, Crystal Hames Carolina; 18 grandchildren of Auburn, NY; nephew, and 2 great grandchildren; Willie Jame s Hames, Jr. of som e d ear women whom she Auburn, NY; a hos t o f would say w e r e just like her c ousins ; and his friend and daughters, Nosa Owens of caretaker, Ursula Johnson; Atlanta, GA, Miki Howard, and Hospice of New York. Octavia Laurencin, Caririce The remains will repose Vann and Cynthia Sutton, all after 5 P m. February of Tampa; a host o f nie c e s 2, 2007, a t Ray Williams and n ephews and othe r sor-Funeral Home. rowing relative s and many Arrangements entrusted to friends. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL will be. hel d at H OME, Rhodes & Northern, the Morning Glory Funeral Owners. Chapel, 6100 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, on Friday, F ebruary 2, 2007, from 6 8 p. m A MORNING GLOitY SER VICE. M r H arol d Jones, Owner. 0' R 75 YEARS OF SIRVlCE Family Owned & Op cmte d verett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22 nd Tampa. 33 610 We Offer Cremation -Personalized Funeral Services -Shippin g 813-237-5775 W e pmvide affordable P rices with Krt'l!litme /11 rlud lligll with a I Frmf!ral S e r vice. ., r-0 :::D 6 l> (/) m z ::! z m r;DJ c: rr-z "U c: m r-c;; :I: m c I J, m < m :::I:J, < -f c: m (/) c J> z c ., :::D c


" 0 0 N N' > a: <( a: m w LL. >=' <( c a: LL. c a: LL. c z <( c U) w 1-w > w c w ::1: en :::i m D.. z tu ..J ..J m ..!I w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL. MR. ARCHIE LEEMOND 'Mr. Arc.hie Lee Mond of 4321 W. Main Street passed away Monday, January 29, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, Feb.-nary 3, 2007, at 11 a.m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Lewis Jones, Mr. Mond was preceded in death by: his mother, Magnolia Carter; father, Archie B. Mond; and daughter, Elizabeth Dukes. Mr. Mond was a lifelong resident of Tampa, and was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County, graduating in 1956. While attending Don Thompson, he played basketball and football. He was a graduate of Fort Valley Sate and also attended FAMU. Mr. Mond began his ca.reer as a Teacher for the School District of Hillsborough County. He, .later was employed by the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County as an Employment and Training Representative, where he served for 33 years: Mr. Mond.was' a member of the Kappa Alpha Phi Psi Fraternity and was an avid golfer and member of the Tampa Golf Club, serving. as Tournament Director. He also was a Mentor and Golf Instructor for the Boys and Girls Club and mentored for the Brotherly Love Group. (Melvin Gunn, Founder). He leaves to cherish his memories: a devoted companion, Betty Henderson; son, Michael Mond; daughters, Reecie (Roger) Paul, Alicia Moore and Rhonda Mond; and adopted daughter, Joanna Sims; aunts, Mildred Simpson of_Tampa, and Ruby Jefferson of Palmetto; uncles, John Mond of West Palm Beach, and Ernie Cals of Tampa; a host of 'grandchildren, great grandchildren and other relatives; adopte(i brothers, Reverend Lewis Jones, Arthur "Bronco" Smith, Bobby Wilds, Oscar French and Ronnie Brown; very close friends, Willie Drew, Randolph,. Kinsey, James Billups, Dix:, Robert Mitchell, Davis, Willie Gunn and Gus .. ; ._ vice time. at Ray Williams ; Funeral Home:' THERE WILL BE NO PUB-1 LIC VIEWING FRIDAY, FEBg RUARY2,2007. "' Arrangements entrusted to W RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL CJ HOME, Rhodes & Northern, if Owners. MR.CURTIS LORENZO LUMPKINS ':Homegoing celebratory service for Mr. Curtis Lorenzo Lumpkins, who MRS. MARY 'LEE .'HUGGINS passed away at. Shands Funeral services for Mrs. MR. ELVET LEWIS MOBLEY, SR. Hospital in Gainesville, on Mary Lee Huggins of 2007 A' celebration oflife service Tuesday, January 23, 2007, Tidewater Ct., Tampa, who for Mr. Elvet Lewis Mobley, will be held Saturday, went home Sunday, January Sr. was held Tuesday;-February 3, 2007, at 1 p.m. at 28, 2007, will be held January 16, 2007, at 5:30 at r ,College Hill Church Of God Saturday, February 3, 2007; Shiloh Missionary Baptist In Christ, 6414 N. 30th at 2 p.m. at Wilsc>n Funeral Church, Rev Alonzo B. Street, Tampa, Bishop Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Patterson, pastor, eulogist. Charles Davis, pastor, offici, Street, with Pastor LoRanda Elvet was born September ating, Rev. Freddie Flucker, Harris, officiating. 7, 1955, in:Tampa. In 1979, he eulogist. Interment will fol-Mary leaves to cherish joined the United States Air low at Orange Hill Cemetery, beloved memories of her -Force and was stationed at 4900 East Chelsea Street, with: 6 children, Linda Maxwell Air Force Base in T Montgomery; Alabama,-was born on Britton, Warren Battle, Jr., where he met Debra A. January 19, 1961, in Sheryl Maxwell, Michael Harrold and married her Palmetto, to the late Willie Huggins, John D. Huggins shortly afterwards. ,_ Jerry Lumpkins and Lula and Steven Murphy and Elvet continued his Air Mae Johnson. He attended wife, Valerie; grandchildren, Force career at Eielson Air the public-schools of LaTonya Reed and husband, .: Force Base in Fairbanks, Hillsborough County. Brian, Ren:ard Maxwell, Sr., RAF Alconbury in the United He leaves precious memoVictoria Huggins, Santana Kingdom, Osan Air Base in ries with: wife, Patricia Huggins, Steven Murphy, South Korea, and Elmendorf Williams; brothers, .. Jr., Tyree Murphy, Darrion Air Force Base in Anchorage, (Sharon) Flucker, Lazarus Huggins, Daryl Huggins and Alaska. In 2000, he retired (Carolyn) Johnson, Edward Michael Huggins; great from the Air Force as a Johnson, Willie Johnson, grandchildren, Tyler Master Sergeant. Elijah Lumpkins and Britton, Lindsey Britton, His family remembers him Johnnie Lumpkins; sisters, Briana Reed, Renard as a quiet man who enJoyed -Gloria Green, Maxwell, Jr., Kennedy Reed, playing and watching sports. Reese, Betty Sheppard, ah He was a member of the Elizabeth Lumpkins; a host Huggld'nshand zf.otnh .Alaska Sports' Association Huggms; an a ost o o er H of nieces, nephews, friends .. and worked as a reaeree. e and other sorrowing relafamily members and clo.se loved going to gym and tiveS: < friends. working out and was an avid The remains will repose at A native Tampan, Mrs. fan of the Tampa Bay Stone's Memorial Funeral Huggins was educated in the Buccaneers. Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, public scho?ls of Elvet departed this life Tampa, Friday, February 2, Hillsborough County and peacefully on January 6, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. in the she was a Baptist. 2007, at Providence Alaska Edward W. Stone, Sr. and The remains will repose Medical Center surrounded' Fannie B. Stone M_emori.al from 5-9 p. in. (Friday, .by family members and Chapel. _The family will February 2, 2007) friends. receive friends ft;om 7-8 p. m. Funeral Home. Friends are Surviving his departure Friends are asked to meet at asked to assemble at the are: his loving wife of 22 the church at 12:45 p m. on funeral home at approxi-years, Debra Mobley; daugh-Saturday, February 3, 2007. 1 1 4 ,. S turd ter, Mercedes Reva Mobley; "AFANNIEB.STONETRA-m!'tey: up.m., a ,ay. son, Elvet Lewis "V.-J." DITONAL SERy:ICE." A WILSON SERVICE !Wobley, Jr.; mother, Beatrice WHATEVER THE -TIME OF FlJNERAt HOME :mJ N. 29th St. Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605-3350 !813) 248-6125 www. wilson-funeralhome.com Mobley; sisters, Gevund Tillman, Yvette Bowrs and Beverly Lyons; brother, Aslayne Mobley, all of Tampa; sister, Cheryl McCray of Ft. Worth, Texas; brother, Felton Mobley of Huntsville, Alabama; and a host of devoted and caring nieces, nephews and friends. news education religion business .... health ... :. r : : .. k-....... 1 :. enterta:in'me,nt -' IN MEMORIAM ULYSSES-JONES' August 23, 1941'January 30, 2001 In loving memory of someone who meant so much to us. We love you and misS' you. Your family and friends. .BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM T. J. AUTNELL CHARLTON February 2, 19S5 -January.2, 1993 T. J., even though you have moved on your memory will leave its remains in our lives forever. Happy 21st birthday son. Love, your parents, Erica ad Percy Basden; brother, Joe Dollar; 3 sisters, Ricku, Rona and Natasha Charlton; and the-family. lt's.beea oue year now, but God is atlll in charp. .You are loved and missed by jour wife; Eula; chBdren, Chris; Debbie, Michael, Moses, Jr., Maureen and Jacqueline.


IN FOND AND LOVING MEMORY OF CLARENCE P. WILSON, SR. Demise: February 3, 2002 'Super Bowl Sunday' We are so thankful for your kind generosity, your life lessons, for passing on hope to each new generation; and dong so with grace and wisc!om. AU. of us still mi"s you very much. BIRTHDAY. MEMORIAM Gone, but not forgotten. God saw you gt"ttfng tired, He said it's time to rest. So He whispered ttryou, "come with me." With ul eyes we watched you you, we could not'-aake you stay, a golden he. stopped beat ing, bard working hands to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, He onl y takes the best. Happy birthday. Loving and missing you dearly: Chris, Tisa, grand kids, sisters and family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF GLORIA JEAN STOKES WARREN Sunrise: May 27,1957 Sunset: January 31, 2006 God looked around His. garden and found an empty place. He then looked -down upon earth and saw your lovely face. He put Dis arms around you and lifted you to rest. His garden must be beautiful because He always takes the best. Gloria, you are forever loved and missed by your entire family. ...... ..J:tas provided th e highe s t s t a ndard in funeral services for over 70 y ears. Ray Williams Funeral Hom e Rhodes & Northern, OWners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tafl'p&, FL 33606 Ph: (813l 253 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms @ij.net _,. ...... ... .... -.... _, ... _____ ,_ ..... _.. ... ... -----------... -.--... ,_ ______ ,._ .. -----.... -......... --...... --MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM JOSEPH CHAPMAN, SR. In loving memory of you February 3, 2005. Your wife and family. IN PRECIOUS MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER MRS. DUTCHIE REESE 10 Years Have Passed, January 29 Once a mother, always a mother. The laughter and the tears, the sunshine, the storm clouds over the years. The Reese family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF REGINALD 'MARTY' BRYANT Dear Marty, it's been 10 ;ears since you went home to be with tho Lord. YC)ur memory is still in our home. Ulastein and Reggie Bryant, parent&; ,Marty, Jr.; !ton; Tia B., sister; Tony, Jr., cousin; Ulysses and Li.z McMillan, grandparents; Tony and Tondra Parker, uncle and aunt; and Denitra, stepsister. REMEMBERING MOTHER CARRIE BALLARD August 19, 1909 -February 4, 2000 You are God's beautiful angel. We know your spirit is shining within the heavens. We love and miss you so very much. Daughters, Evelyn Ballard, Doris Scott (Robert>i nieces, Mattie Taylor, Ethel Han-is; grandchildren, and other family members. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM TREVIOR DANIELS 2-4-80 t We're missing you, but you're forever in our hearts. Mom, Dad, family and friends. IN LOVING MEMORY THOMAS H. CAUSEY It's been 1 year since you've been gone. We all sadly mise you so much. You .alw.-ys will be in our hearts. Sadly mtssed by: your wife, Bessie; kida, Eupne, James, Tyrone, Faye,Eric, Marcus and Brian; your si11ter, Fanice; brother, Kimrone ; mother, Nell; and grandkids. W e love you, always. .BIRTHDAY -MEMORIAM ELDER JOSEPH JEFFERSON, JR. February 5, 1959 Your love is a gift to us and precious memories of you will keep in our hearts forever. "Happy Birthday." Love always, mother-, Martha Thompson and fami. ly. -IN LOVING MEMORY AMOS E. SCOTT, JR. 4/19120 1129/03 We love you and think of you every -day. You are in our thoughts and hearts forYou are sadly missed and will never forgotten. Your \\'ife, Rosa Mal"; children, Walter, Delores and Tedd; grandchildren and a host of family members ar\d friends. 'TI :II 0 m :II c: )> :II -< 1\) 0 0 ...., 'TI r-0 ::z:l 0 )> en m z m CD c: r-r-.-m -1 z c CD r-c;; % m 0 m < m -1 c m (I) 0 ,. z 0 'TI ::z:l 6


., i 1 '' ''! -I r I c a: I.L c z c:a: c UJ w ::J t-> -a: w > w c w ::z::: UJ :::; 10-::J Q, z tu ..J ..J ::J .ID -..:. w z i= z w UJ a: 0 ..J I.L ... MEMORIAMS I CARDS OF THANKS --MR. CARLOS GRAY February 3, 1973 November 29, 2006 We miss our daddy-who held us tight, who kept us safe throughout the night. I miss 'love, I need so much, I need your care, I need your touch. We miss your laughter in our home, I feel your presence, and we're not alone. I hea_r your voice when our son speaks, and I feel your love when my heart beats. I see your face in our daughter's eyes, their love helps me pass the time. Until the day your departure ends, and we'll finally be a family again. Until that -day we're back with you, I guess we're herejust missingyou. .. Love always, Mrs. Gray BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM WILLIAM Happy birthday to the best husband and father in the world. Lucky, we will always love you and thank you for all the wonderful memories we share. From your very devoted wife and best fdend, Johnnie Mae Thompson, Lorenzo Thompson, Reggie Thompson, Vaughnsha Thompson and -Carlo Thompson. We miss you and may God keep guiding you to the promised land. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CARLOS GRAY, SR. 'FebruarY' 3, 1973 November 29, 2006 In loving memory on your birthday. We love you and miss you deeply Love always, family and friends. Birthday celebration for Carlos will be held on Saturday, February 3. For tpore information contact Ms. Lajuana at 980-1950 or Ms. Ronique at 458-6895. MRS.GJ...ORIA STOKES WARREN May 1957 January 31,2006 \ Gloria, friends 8re forever. We miss and love you, even as you sleep. Love, Lula Kilpatrick Davenport,. Patricia Johnson Clark, Kathy Pringley "Mamaceta" Marshall, and Betty Henry Knowles. HARMON FUNERAL HOME 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 626-8600 "WE SERVE TO SERVE YOU AGAIN CARD OF_ THANKS DAVID MITCHELL, SR. -The family of the late David Mitchell, Sr., would like to say than' k you to everyone who shared in the loss of-our loved one. We deeply appreciate your prayers, cards, food, flowers, phone call, visits and gifts of love. Special thanks to: Pastor Lonnie Gray, Rev. Perry Sylvain, Aikens .. Funeral Home, First Baptist Church of.College Hill and Reverend Abraham Brown. 'BIRTHDAY THANK YOU WTILIE HENDERSON As we remember our loved one's birthday on 2-5.07, we would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude for all support to us during his illness and demise. God bless you all. Prayerfully, the Bender: son, Brown and Carter families. oca news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248 'CARD-OFTHANKS TYRONE DALLAS The family of the late Christopher Tyrone Dallas wishes to express our sin-cere thanks for all acts of kind..ress. your visits, cards, flowers, food, calls, prayers, or if you just held'our hands. A special thanks to: Reverend Chester F. Davis of Port St. Joe, FL, and Pastor Kirk Bogen and the First Mt Carmel A.M.E. Church family. May God. bless you. The Dallas family. c PASTOR MATriE B. :PRADLEY 1928.2006 ., Our hearts are so fttlJ 'of love and gratitude to all pf you. Your prayers, words of consolation, flowers, and the many kind acts both seen and unseen, have sustained us throughout the illness and passing of our loved one Thank God for friends like you, you and you. Special th-anks to: The Home Association, TampaGeneral Hospital Staff 3H, Bishop Degrando Franks, Jr., and the International .. Harvest Center. The families of Pastor Mattie B. Bradley. Carjacking Victiin 'Happy To Be Alive' Gerry Mcintyre says he since the incident rn be fine was just in the wrong place It will just take a little at the wrong time Tuesday When my family found out when a man approached his what had happened_, they v ehicle with a gun were worried sick. No one "I've never e xperienced can imagine what I was going anything like that before, through Tuesday and I hope I do again. M,r. Mcintyre said he had -Mr. Mcintyre said he's just started a new job, and still in a lot of pain after he now he's hadto take time off. was shot and carjacked by "There's no wav I can work Adrian Williams. Williams after something like had just shot Mary "I really appreciate the Grayson,' and as Mcintyre attention my friends gave was driving through the me. They came by t o check on parking lot of the apartment me. One guy I grew' up with complex, Williams got the wrong story He had. ed his vehicle been told I was dead,. so he "He hafl a gun and a crazed came to the scene When he on his face. He was got there and' saw me, he was yelhng, and before I could relieved I was alright. Right react, he fired a ShOt at me r c; t that grazed my head. The m uz:;1:.1 0 er next thing I knew he was pulling me out of my car. .. Mr. Mcintyre s&:id after he Mr. Mcintyre saidthe day recovers, he wantido thank of the incident, he wasn't in all of his .friends for caring the frame of mind to speak to about him, and he wants to any media, and he under-get back on his feet as soon stands it will take him some as possible. time to recover physically "Pm just happy to be alive and mentally Things could have turned out "I haven' t visited a doctor a lot worse


\ CRIME NEWS -Suspect, Victim _After_ Tampa hootin_ g \'<; On Tuesday evening, Tampa After Ca.J.jacking Mclnt)Te, Police responde= Sp.okesperson Lillian County Sheriffs deputies, a seiVed on probation: next door,' sending that car. The man tried to pull off Stringer said right now they fight erupted in the parking lot, Neal was convicted on a dent running out of her back and Williams fired a shot at are trying to evaluate several and Neal got out of a van and charge of second degree mur door. him. That's when the car nearconflicting reports on the inci-fired one shot into the der, 3 counts of attempted sec-Williams exited that apartly hit an apartment before it dent. before turning the gun on the ond degree murder, being a ment, to Grayson's stopped. Williams went over, According to a neighbor, crowdofteenagers.Asaresult, feloninpossessionofa.firearm, apartment, then exited the pulled the man out of the car, _Grayson lived in the apait-Walton was killed and 3 3 counts of burglary of a con rear door unarmed. got in and took off. When I ment alone. Williams teenagers were wounded. veyanc e, grand theft.'firearm, "He stoodthere with his saw tlie man, he was bleeding allegedly was depressed over walton's mother, Talisha and 3 co\mts of gl-and theft. arms stretched out ; then laid from the side of his head." : the recent death of his mother. Eldridge, said she knew last Ms. Eldridge said .when the Thursday about the plea deal plea deal was announced, her Sketch Released Of Alleged Rape Suspect Tampa Police have a composite sketch of a_ suspect accused of attacking a woman in Hyde Park Saturday. Police said a :p:year-old woman was raped at Gasparilla. Then, was arrested by Tampa Police and }ailed for 2 nights and 2 days. Later, a jail worker allegedly refused to give the woman a morning-after pill to prevent pregnancy. That allegation is being investigated by the Hillsborough Cou_ nty Sheriffs Office, who the jail. The victiln. pff from her friends .liSfMP!U. an:d as she walked ori Ho\_Vard Avenue near she was allegedly grabbed by a man with crooked teeth and raped behind a build ing. After the assault, the man ran off. The victim walked to her car parked on the campus of the University of Tampa and called Tampa Police. As police assisted her and the report, an officer found 2 outstanding f-orthe victim s a r a s : o t a Composite sketch of alleged rape County. suspect. The officer arrested the victim after discovering she had failed to pay restitution after a 2oo3 juvenile arrest. When Police Chief Steve Hogue found out about the arrest, he assigned detectives to have her released from jail. The alleged rape suspect is described as a light-skinned Black male, 5'7'' tall with a medium build and appearing to be in his 20s. He has a gap between his front teeth, and a short curly afro. LET FREEDOM RING 2-Yaar-Gid Found WanderingAlone, Mother .Arrested KENDRA GILL YARD On Tuesday, Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies responded to the area of 124th Avenue and 15th Street at 9 a.m. They were called because a child was reportedly wander ing around by himself. Deputies said the caller stat ed the child was found unattended and witnesses knew where the child wandered from .and would take them there. When deputies arrived at the child'!! residence, they reported the front door open and no one home An hour later, the child's mother, Kendra Gillyard, 1 34; arrived and was arrested AMOS BAIL BONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 24 hrs 308 E. Waters Ave. Tampa, Fl33604 Tele: (813) 933-0444 ; Cell: (813) 493-8387 She was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia,marijuana and cocaine, police said. Tiie child was taken into custody by Child Protecti1on Investigators. prosecutors offered Neal. mother, Betty Thurman, "They asked me to sign the shouted out' in court. She agreement, and l refused. They moved right after the shooting told me they didn't need my because she was so signature or approval to offer r------------, the ::rJ -< N 0 0 .... ., r-0 ll g en m z z m r;-01 c: rr-m ::j z ., c: 01 r-c;; :::z::: m c m < m ::rJ -< .... c: m en c )> z c ., ll 6 J C) m N w I )> """'"" ', J '1 j


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The Martin Luther Recreation Center in West Tampa was the site of the Martin Luther King Festival on Monday, January lth, the nationally qelebrated holiday. (Photos by Frederick Harris)_ These Oak Park Angels are Mia Reed, Lexius Reed, Shannon Anthony and Latifah Brown. They are coached by Beverly Higdon: These Martin Luther King, Jr. festival goer& are: Bobby Green, Victoria Green, Shareese George, Ariona Mimmenger, Tonya Green, Andrica Ingram and Jamayiah Thompson. Among these festival attendees are Lou Grant, Queen Mathews, Walent and Destini Brown. Julie Jackson and daughter, Harrington. Cary Willis and Shirley Claridge served the tasty barbecue. This karate class demonstration was one of the performances the'festival. 0. G., "Odd Generation," performed gospel music while on stage. I


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. ALL. ABOUT YOU! -Hats Off To You Oscar, 2/3 'MS. CHIMERE OSCAR. Happy birth'day Dad. I want you 'to enjoy your day. You are always sacrificing n'eeds to-make sure that everyone else is taken 'care of. As I have gotten older, I understand now that you want to m'ake sure t.hat we are successful in life. On this day it's 'not abo_ut us, butyou. Again, enjoy your birthday. Love always, Nicole. TRAPSTAR And BLACKBO Happy birthday Trapstar .and Black Bo. Support The Florida Sentinei Advertisers Another year wiser, happy birthday Ms. Chimere. May God bless you with another happy and prosperous year. MS. 2/2 Ye!?, you all had her down in the '04, '05 and '06, but please make sure that you see her in the '07, because _she just might make it rain. Every D-girl needs a friend. Happy birthday Sweetheart. Don't guess. .NEW 'MILLENNIUM C HURCH .-905 East skagway (One Block South Of Busch Hlnl.) 9:30 10:15 A. M. Bible Classes For All Ages 10:15 II A. M. Refreshments and Fellowship II A. \1 12:.J5 P. M. Praise and Worship Service SIS. TON'11 A For rnorc' inl'ormalion. call (H 13) 7:!H-:n:!J Visit www:ncwmillcm1iumchurch.<.:om Enmil: mnccly;?. < "T1 m m 'l:l c: )> JJ < N 0 0 ...., "T1 r-0 :a g en m z : -t' z m m c: r rm .-t z "0 c: m r-c;; ::1: m c m < m :a < -t c: m en c )> < )> z c "T1 JJ c )> < "0 )> G) m c.,) I m -' i 1 'i I J j -; ,. ."-'! >:I 1 -i .,..:j .. '!J i .. -! -i f ; ; -t t


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' I --... Listening. Wit" Discernment: RELIGIOUS tactics of a thief and a rob-He kn_ ows that_ you need check, he is happy. As long her. salvation and you know. as the hireling doesn't have The shepherd will come that He can save. : .. to make any personal con-, straight up to the front door As' He continues ;His' d,ia-.-tributions he will stay on and knock. Someone .who: th.e .Il) forever. .. .. comes throu'gh the door .is:': The otper coming visibly with n o of a thief. thie'f comes :of hireling is that _as mask on. You see: him to steal;.to kill/ "and -to soon as danger come!?, is' There is no hidden agenda. destroy (vs. 10). The thief the first one to Ieiwe. :1 Things are not top secret. who has come into your life imagine The person who enters or in a way other than the part.: He said the .hireling has access to you must door comes to take from sees commg and come Jesus. you. le.ave,s the sheep The In these verses recorded them know who His sheep Notice this! In 8erse 3, His intentions are to _didn in John 10:1-18, Jesus are and how to idel)tify Jesus says-that the door-ieave you broke, tHhe fisawIht commg. 1 1 H E 11-.. h e IS t ere or t e money makes a compellmg argu-them. Basica y; te s keeper opens the. door. If and disgusted ... T e thiefs d th b fit. H t h H h h k L h -k -h 1 an e ene s. e IS no ment. __ o W t c ec t:l'1e c arac-the door ee:ger t e maJor. Is,-to there because of his love Jesus has-constantly.,. door and allows him to you nothmg! The thtef d. 't t f t-h. 1 --I 1 H 1 -h h 1 an commi men or, e revealej Hmn;e f to_ the e_, ets. t _em then It IS p you; sheep. ::-"'' people of to .Immedia..tely -::HQw are you. gomg to .. He .tc? While.' He speaks and. _ple. ar:l: bhnd y recogmze a .a-rob, .. know? He tells you The: you; _IS to informs of all tlie character. Him. .-.; :,: ,'" ber._ The thief and the rob: _.sheep know his voice. You_ help you obtaiil .yo11f' goals. istics of the thief He lets after Jesus healed her come sneaking around: h : ave to !i .sten to the voice He to seek his .. them know that there a the blind man in ch'apter 9 The thief and the rob'!Jer and the words. The words own ... ';;. '' ._ Good Shepherd. While the and performed other come tipping around covert-that the shepherd will use Everything that'humani-thiefktrying to find anoth cles, some people had cJy. The thief avoids the will be the words and the ty be addicted to steals, er way in, the Goog difficulty understanding front door, as the front door vo .ice of God When he kills, -and destroys. Many Shepherd is standing and acc(!pting who He is. It is open and visible. comes he will speak truth. homes and families have guard. is a dangerous place to be If he was okay and legit, He will speak righteousbeen .destroyed because of He lets them kriow that you_ are so stuck on he wouldn't have to come ness and deliverance.. His alcoholism, drugs, gambling, when He is the Shepherd, what you believe and can. through the. window, he voice will bring peace and and sex. Once the thief He will .not abandon yo.u not accept the truths of the could come through the joy. gets you in 1divorce court, nor forsake you. He is the Word ofGod. front door: People who The Shepherd knows bankruptcy court, qr j:uve-' Good and He In .this week's lesson require so much secrecy sheep and the sheep knows nile court, he leaves you. comes so you may have life Jesusreveals to t4em that and privacy, MIGHT be up the-Shepherd. Jesus :imows After you have dropped out"' and have it more abundantHe is the "Good Shepherd":.," to no good. He says that you and you know Jesus. of school, and gotten fired, ly (vs. 10). It is as if_He Not only does that. revela-the person who conies with He knows. what you and he leaves you knew that were. peo:-tion come out, He also lets ill intentions will use the you know what He wants. Why? Verse 12 answers pie around Him that were He'isa notinthefuld,whenHe We are now offering early :Worship Services designed_ JUSTFORYOU!!! -&.m. -9:30 a.m. Beginning Sunday, FebruarY 4, 2007 Come experience. t ONE HOUR O F POWER! !! New Bethel Progressive is ionary Baptist Church 3011 E. North Bay Street Tampa, 'FL 33610 (813) 238-4339 v.iww.newbetheltampa.org Rev. Reginal T. Webb Pastor hireling. The hireling is said in verse' 16, "And the person who does not other sheep I have which own the sheep. The hireling are not of this fold; them has no personal investment I in the sheep. The hireling is,. will hearMy voice;, not there for the long haul. He then concludes The hireling is not Iopking the words of assurance for for future advancement His sheep, no one can take' with everlasting benefits. My life from but I lay it -:.The: hireling_ in it for down ofMyself. Hear Him, the here and the now. The if He lay -it. down-, He has hireling wants what he can get' as long as it does not take much effort on his part. As long as he can sit back and relax and collect a New Beginnings -M. B. Church 3101 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 503-9843 REV. DAVID P. CARSON PASTOR FIRST LADY M!tRY CARSON Sunday School 9:30 A, M. --11 A. M. Morning Worship Tuesday 7 P. M. .. rayer Meeting & Bible Study the power to take it up again; The question for the world today is this, "Who wouldn't want to foll'Ow. a Shepherd who the power to protect Himself and His'sheep?" Abundant (hurch Of God In (hrht 4125 Nassau St. W. Tampa, FL 33067 (813) 875-90n Our Weekly Order Of Service Sunday School 9:30 AM Horning Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory Prayer Monday Friday 6:00 A.M: Bible h1stitLte Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Corporate Pral!er Every 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M. 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CHURCH DIRECtORY -. ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 LoweSt -:" REV. WILliE J. COOK, PASTOR Worship Adivties: Early Worship 7:45 A.M. Sundu School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday f .. College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship -1 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. Fint Misionarr Baptist Cllurc Of Highland Pines 4711 21st Ave. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study. Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship :55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627.03338 New FriendshiP M.B.Church 3107 E. lake Ave. 248-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Pastor Weekly Activities SllldaJ Chtrch School 9 :30 A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. Bible Class 4:30P.M. EVIIRingWorshlp 5 P.M. WednesdaJ Pra1111r MeeUnu 1 P.M. Bible SllldV 7:30P.M -Mt. Zion A.M.E. C urc 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 (Corner 301 And ffiooming1Tale ,\\e. ) "Tile Cllurcll lVIIose Doors Are Always Ope11" Invite You To All end Our Services: FOUTl'\'E And LAllY, SIS. 'IOZEI.I.E FO!tll':\E Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Sunday School Service 9:30A.M. Worship Service 11 A.M. "Bless The Lord Oh Mr Soul And Ill/ That Is \Vir hili Mt" "fraise The Holy Name" .-_,BROWN !-ReMORiflt CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEiil'l WORSHIP SCHEDVLE Sundav Scllool ..... 9:30A.M. Sundav Morning Worsllip 11 A.M. sundav Evening Worsllip 7:30 P;M. Morning Praver (Tuesday Friday) 9 A.M. WeclneSdav Ni911t worillill 7:30P.M BISHOP HAnHEW IIIII.LIAMS PASTOR www.brownmemorialcogic.o/g ... )4 Church Whem The love Of God Flows ; Ghost Is In Full Control. ': ,, Crest Church Of Christ JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Mom. Bible Study 9:30 A.M Sun. Mom. Worship 10:30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7:30 P.M. Eve one Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. RI:ED, Pastor Eariy Homing Worship 8 a.m. School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. SAM MAXWELL Pastor/Teachllr Adult/O!ildren Worship Times 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:!i:I!Jiiil.]j;j;, VIOORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH Pastor Sunday School -10 a.m. Sunday MominsJ Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. ''II Church '/'hal Embodies lind Exemplifies Vnamdilional Low!" CHURCH, INC. 237-3157 JACOB JORDAN, Pastor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Earb Morning Worship 8 a.m. School 9-.30 a.m. Homing Worship tla.m. Wednesday EVW'Iin.ll Pno1111r He ,!') I\) 0 0 ....., "T1 ,.. 0 :0 6 l> en m z -f z m ,.. I tD c: ,.. .,.. !!1 z ., c: tD ,.. en ::z::: m c m < m :0 -< -f C: m c l> -< l> z c "T1 :0 6 .. t


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SCHOOL COLUMN Howard W. Blake's is kicking back off the season, and if any student missed the chance to condition and would like to join, OT, Scooter CTBT), Angel all the B.G., and to the class of 2007! BY CLARENCE JONES visit Coach Muldrow in S.A.O. for more information. 2/28 vs : Armwood at Blake at 7 p. m.; and Track & Field-2/28 Robi'nson, and Hillsborough, Plant 'at Robinson at 6 p. m. Shout Outs: Dora, G. I., Mrs. Gilliam, S.G.A. Staff, Chris, Tank, Fred, Ike, De-De, Nuke,. Chi-Chi, Shanay, Sheba, Danielle, Rashad, Ashley, Jackets, that's the entire Buzz for this week, enjoy the Pep Rally! Tune in next week for more Buzz ... Don't forget the District games and the Talent Show Aud-itions o n February 6th! Get it, got it ... What's real Jackets? The Future" talent showcase Welcome to a month of Black auditions were held yesterHistory and to the return of the "Hive" at Howard W Blake. Let's see what's happening behind the walls of the Hive. day and another one will be held February 6th! This year's ialent show is sponsored and presented by the H. W. Blake DECA program. This year's theme will be Jacket Buzz: Jackets, the "Flash Back," .which reflects Winter Sports Pep Rally will _back on the past artists: be held today in the Hive! Inviteq guests include. Blake S.G.A. staff would like Olivia Fox, formerly of .. to congratul.ate all winter The Beat, local artist, G. I., sports prograins and athletes &nd 'the talented student on a successful season! body of Blake! 'fo learn more Progress Reports and information, visit Mrs. Textbooks Checks are today! Tramel in C256. Students, make you Black History Trivia: keep your grades at a pass-Students, if you know the ing point, and let's keep the answer to the trivia question, -. textbooks in a safe place; you drop_ off the answer in the_ don't want .to make it on the Black History Trivia box in, debt list! Do you? 'the cafeteria. .. Last chance opportunity! What event sparked the Yearbooks are still. on sale founding of the National for $65; the prices will be Association for the going up after next week! Advancement of. : Got someone you admire?. People? Want to give them a a. A 1908 race riot in valentine's Day shout out? Springfieid,.MA. )Yell the. Blalle Blaze news-b. The War of1812. paper staff is sponsoring c. The Los Angeles riots. Valentine grams in the d. The Civi l War, ,, upcoming of February. Each shout out is. Jacket Sports Zone: The one buck, and is due today to Plant Panthers defeated the Mrs. Horne in C243. Also, Blake Boys Jackets studentS, if story varsity 53-52. District you are here will like nrust played at Jefferson'Jiigh ,, be school :, : _::. < \ School, February 6-10. .. Upcol1,l.ing Events:. 2/6 The. Blake Athletic Depart. Talent Show Auditions; 2/6-.ment would like to Night; 2/9, -to the Hive the 2006-2007 Student Day At The Fair. Softball, Baseball and Track .Talent Show: Jackets; the & Field programs to 'the time has. c ome once-again for Hive this school year! Good the krunkest Talent Show of _, the year! The Track & Fieid program .......... ./ .. -:: .. \ -: .i Fral\k Red_ dick, President At Your Local Tax: Collectors Portions Of. Proceeds ... _.. Sickle Cell Assoc. i : Hillsborough County -248-2888 I Upcoming. Games: Boys Basketball -2/6-10th vs. Districts. at Jefferson; Softball 2/13th vs Spoto at Spoto at 7 p m:; Baseball -2115 l Hillsborough Alie. OPEN 24 HOURS Good!: 18131 231-3141 Pharmacy 18131 231-3143 PHARMACY MEVU ClOSES We Now Accept Prudential Healthcare Plans (HMO-PPO POS) & CIGNA Why Wait Untii.Sunday Sale. Starts Today! Good Only at 2115 E. Hirlsborough Ave. All Your VAlENTIN NeedsAr w.Hete! .,. Single. Use 35mm camera W .ith Flash -.,, ;!! c )> ., m I:D ::D c: )> ::D -< ,!') N () () ..... ., r-0 :D c )> C/) m z ::! z m r;I:D c: ,.. ,... m ::! :z: ., c: I:D r-(i) :X: m c m < m :D -< ... c: m C/) c J> -< J> z c ., :!! -< ., J> C) JT1 .... .... I I:D .. ,, "' ,, _, \


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ENTERTAINMENT JaCksOn's Back 1 n LOS ANGELES Apparently .. ,M_i.chael Jackson just can't beat it. After more than a year of living ab;ro _ad .followiPog his acquittal oil child-niolestation charges, Michael Jackson. has returned to his homeland. Following 2005 acquitt&.l has. bounced arou!l5J to Ireland to. France; only twice m"'kjng_ ances, pie.king up achievement awards from the MTV Japan Video Music Awards in Tokyo and the MICHAEL JACKSON Worla Music Awards in "I look forward to visiting London. Japan again in Marcli," he Late !ast month, s'aid i'n a sta,tement. "My 48, resurfaced for the first-fans in Japan time on his native soil as one have been so supportive of me of eulogists at James and n:tY family.for many, Brown's final memorial many years and I thank them vice Dec. 30. in Augusta, love and SUPP.Ort." Georgia. The were originally Now, publicist Raymoile scheduled to take place in late K. Bain says that Jackson Decemher in recognition of I?lans to finally stay put, but the 25th anniversary Of she declined to elaborate on Thriller though Jackson where exactly he was setting canceled the event at the last up shop. minute, after tickets, going for Lastyear;4e_laid .offa. major as as $3,300 a pop, percent11-ge ,Qf his staff_and failed to sell as well as expectclosed down tnain house ed. at .. On Mar. 8, a VIP party will held in Jackson's was firsfteported F,riday by in which well-heeled guests the Assoe1a ted .. Press and will share dinner with the came after <1 conference ca-ll in Gloved One, get an auto-which .Jackson am,J.ounced graphed photo and be allowed 'plans to appear aNwo "fan to meet and greet the entere\ ents" in japan tainer for between 30 6o' in March. seconds. 915 E. Grant A ve. (Across From Sulphur Springs) FEATURING: OJ RANDALL C; OFWTMP. DOORS OPEN AT 9:00 FREE. BEFORE 10 P.M. $5AFTER _Whitney Houston & Ray .J Dating? ,... RAYJAnd .WiUTNEY HoUSTON ( .:l" .... Gossip, columnist. Janet 'Charrton and''nu.merous bloggers curre ntly clatming t .hat' '43:.:yea r-ola diva _Wh'itriey Houstorij (who recently separated from her husband of 14 years, Bobby is already dating 26-year-old R&B singer Ray J, th_<; younger brother of Brandy. While Houston and Ray J (real name: William Ray Norwood Jr.) have not admitted that they are romantically involved, paparazzi photos Of the pair leaving the Beverly Hills eatery Maestro's Steakhouse together-after having dinner there on Sunday, January 21-seem to substantiate rumors of their sup-posed May-December romance. According to Charlton, "Whitney Houston is in LOVE," Houston and Ray J have already moved in together, and Houston spent the holidays with the Norwood family. also writes on her w.ebsite, janetcharltonshollywood.co m, about alleged Houston/Ray J spa vacations in Santa Barbara and plans for Ray J to a ppear on .Houston's ed comeba .ck album. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers -'" l Snoop-Dogg Not Rolling Over On Baton Rap. Dogg ls looking to avp1d the d .; .;-.. ; :. I- poun ;. '"-' .. .; .. The rapper, whose real name is Calviri Broadus, pleaded not guilty.. Wednesday to a felony charge of possessing a dead ly weapon, stemmjng from his attempt to board a plane while carrying a collapsible police ]?atonin September and that he planned to use if as a prop in a vided. He W;iS not required to atten d .the hearing aQ.d entered his plea through his attorney Orange County Superior C.our.t Kazuharu Makino.set an Apr. 5 pretrial hearing in the matter. Snoop was bound for San Francisco from Orange County's John WayQe Airport Sept. 27 when he was stopped after security officers spotted the baton in his carry-on lug gage when it was X-rayed. The claimed he was the baton was illegal .: Airport police confiscated the baton btit allowed the rapper to continue oil his way; Several weekS later, authorities decided to press charges in the case and issued a warrant for Snoop's arrest. Snoop turned himself in Nov. 6 and was booked on the feiony charge. He posted $150,000 ba-il and was released. If he is convicted on: the hat on rap, he could serve up to three years in prison. J(ing Released, --Back To 'Old Self'. HOUSTON --B.B. King was discharged from a Galveston Saturday following treatment for a fever and was "back to his old self," a. spokeswoman for his management agency-said. The qrammywinning bluesman was "feeling fabulous,; sai-d Tina" ..-rahce, vice of Lieberman Manageiri(mt of :New York. King had beeh scheduled to perform Thursday at the Grand Opera House, but was to The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, said Paul McCarthy, a hospi tal King stili plans to perform Tuesday in Fort Worth, France said. Concerts that had been scheduled before the n in Ga lveston, Orange and Tyler wilL be reschedul e d for June, she said. King, who has a history of B.B.KJNG diabetes, had a 100.4-degree folloWing a bout with the flti, and monitoring was required because of his age, said France. Doctors treated him with antibiotics, she said. He kept in hospital's elderly acute care unit as a _precaution, said John Koloen,. a spokesman for the hospital in Galveston, about so miles southeast of Houston. ....


". 0 0 N N > a: c( :;, a: m w u.. > c( c -a: u.. > c( 9 a: LL 0 z c( 0 (IJ w > a: w > w 0 w :r: (IJ :::J m :;, Q. z i= w ..J ..J :;, m ..J w z i= z w (IJ c(. 0 a: 0 ..J u.. m I N N w CJ c( a. .. ENTERTAINMENT -Terry McMillan's Gay Ex-Hu.sband To Write Tell-All It's been over a year since author Terry McMillan went on the "Oprah Winfrey Show" to air the pain and bitterness over her ex-husband's revela tion that he is gay -and still there is thick, soupy drama surrounding the former cou ple's ugly divorce. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, McMillans ex-husband Jonathan Plummer has signed a book deal with Simon & Schuster to pen a fictional ized story based on his relationship with McMillan, whose own account of their ini tial meeting in Jamaica was the blueprint for her novel and film "How Stella Got Her Groove Back." "He is like a Duracell, and I want him out of my f***ing life, and he won't let me out of his life. I can't live like this,' McMillan told the newspaper during an emotion al interView that saw both rage and tears from the author. The Chronicle also received several e-mails froiJt McMillan, including this plea: "I just do not want to end up dead because rio one did anything to stop him.' The "Waiting to writer filed for divorce from Plummer in January 2005 following 6 1/2 years of mar riage. was not long after Plummer -23 years her junior '-disclosed he was gay and had been seeing men on the down low. -In the months that followed, Plumqter revealed-that McMillan used gay slurs in letters and phone messages to him, and even left him a bottle of Jamaican hot pepper sauce on which she wrote, "Fag Juice Burn Baby Burn, and scrawled "Jonathan's fag boyfriend fag" on a phote ofa friend. According to the paper, this late'st drama began after Plu_mmer left a message on the answering machine at 7,0oo-square foot home in Blackhawk last March, telling her, "There are JONATHAN PLUMMER And TERRY MCMILLAN On'Oprah'-people that are dying to hear the messages, and it will defi:.. nitely put you back on the homophobic ... urn, you know, stereotype again. All this can go away, you know, if you just, you know; -make ari offer because I just thought I was treated bad... poorly I guess with the settlement offer and ... I just thought, you know, it's just something for me to see if I can get back on my feet again because you know / l'rn struggling.' Since we last heard from the former couple on McMillan told the Chronicle that Plummer has filed "bogus bankruptcy papers' from his failed dog-grooming business and left her holding the bag for back taxes on $32,000 in income he didn't disclose to the Internal Revenue Service. When she replied with a "cease and desist' letter, she -says, Plummer retaliated with the threat to go public with her phone messages. McMillan says she went to the FBI, but the agency called it a civil. mat ter and wouldn't touch it. Eventually, the pair filed new restraining orders against each other with his accusing her (she says falsely) of threatening to kill him or have him killed.' McMillan is currently writ ing her own book about their nasty divorce and her personal disappointment with the court system. She still believes that Plummer, a Jamaican, mar ried her only to get his U.S. citizenship. Win smith Meets Japan's Prime Minister MINISTER SHINZO ABE TOKYO--Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says his countrymen could use a piece of advice from Will Smith's new movie, "The Pursuit Of Happyness," the story of a .homeless man and his young son who make good. ., "I think we shopld treasure the idea of not giving up dreams," Abe silid. Smith and Abe met at the prime minister's official residence Thursday. The 38-year-old actor is visiting Japan to promote the film, released by Sony Corp.'s Sony Pictures 'The Pursuit of Happyness" is based on the rags-to-riches story of Chris Gardner, played by Smith, and his syear-old son, who find them selves homeless. "We are aiming to create a society that is full of chances and allows people to-take up_ a challenge again, Abe said. "The movie presents us an example of such society." Abe said he wants to see the film, which opens in Japan on Jan. 2'7 Tia Movvry Engaged To Actor Boyfriend L Actress Tia Mowry, currently st.a:rring on CWs "The Game/ received a life-rlhang -ing Christmas gift from "her boyfriend of six years, actor Cory Hardrict. The 1V star and twin sister of Tamara Mowry tells People magazine that Hardrict, who co-starred with Tia in the indie film_ "Hollywood Horror;" asked her to marcy him in an elaborate rouse that included the involvement of her entire .,, family. TIAMOWRY And "I knew something was up because he carne over to my parents' house and he was actfng strange," Tia told People. "He wentto the bathroom three times in 10 ,minutes and he was sweating profusely : I was like 'Cory, are you okay?'" CORYHARDRICf ._ .Just when Tia thought the promise ring was the big sur prise, her little brother handed her a piece of paper that read "Psych!" while Mo'Wry's other brother pressed play on the Jagged Edge song "Let's Get Married." But the sweating and carrying on was all a part of Hardrict's plan. "He's a jokester," says Hardrict then reportedly Mowry, 28. "He had given me got on bended knee and pro a card and it read, 'I love you, posed to .Mowry with a dia blah blah blah.' Arid he said rn.ond rmg that -he had 'Tia, 1 just want you to des!gned that I want to be committed to He was crymg, I was cry you, and with this promise ring ing," says who hasn't I want to let you know that 1 a wedding date yet. "It was love you and 1 want to work JUSt one of the best moments of towards the near future.'" my entire life." Banks: 1'111 Not The Healthiest Eater' NEW YORK --Tyra Banks, who has gained weight since her days strutting the ca _twalk, says she was upset when unflattering pho tos showing her in a one-piece bathing suit were mocked on the Internet. "It was such a strange mean ness and rejoicing that people TYRABANKS 1 J \, that was what J1l; looked like. It was really hurtful to me," the 33-year-old host says in an intef*tew in the Feb. s issue of People maga zine The photos sliow Banks on a beach during a recent trip to Sydney, Aus tralia. They had popped up earlier this month on a celebrity gossip Web site with the not ... so-nice headline: "Ty1a Banks is Fat." Banks, who hosts the syndicate d "The Tyra Banks Show" and the CW network's "Ametica's Next Top Model," tells the magazine she weighs 161 pounds and lias fluctuated from pounds to 162 pounds, depe.nding on how well she's taking care of herself, since retirin g front rno9.e l!ng in 2005. 11 11


ALL MY CHILDREN: JR confroQted Babe about kissing Josh, informing her that he's her future i s with Jax. Alan swore to Lulu that neither he nor Monica killed Rick Webber As cjivorcing her and going after custody of little Adam, further threatening to destroy Krystal's con dition got worse, and Elizabeth suffered stomach pains, Mr Craig forced Emily to life by exposing her secret unless Babe him on the custody issue. Zoe hoping 'i;!ec1de wh1ch one be released. Coming: A race against time to break the code. to help Babe, kissed JR, which Babe secretly photographed and sent to her attorney. GUIDING LIGHT: Alan looked forward to a fresh start with Beth following his release from Coming: Ryan and Annie give in to their feelings. .-jail, thanks to DA Doris Wolfe. Much to Alan's shock Doris' price for letting him walk was a AS THE WORLD TURNS: After Jade told Will that Adam set him up, Will accused Casey marriage proposal, forcing Alan to tell Beth he wants a divorce. Reva was unable to share who had been arrested of beii"'J involved! but Casey stayed silent. Gwen pursued a fleeing h t th t J h d s h r Adam. Katie acted unaffected by Vienna's decision, at Brad's urging, to stay in Oakdale er secre a onat an an ara are a IVe. Coming; Gus and Harley fear' they may lose Craig carefully made it clear to Meg that he wants nothing for creating the fake diary entry TO LIV E: ;inal taped .reading of wi;l, in he left h ls that got her off the hook, resulting in Meg growing closer to Craig, just as he wished. Coming: Parker and Faith share a bond of secrecy. estate to a former patient named Miles, shown to be horribly disfigured. Spencer terrified BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Brooke supported Rick's decision to spe nd t!me with Phoebe, Michael.by claiming he knows Todd's son is, even as Marcie receivecj a baby cup -despite Ridge's threat to him : Phoebe went on a date with Shane but was clearly distracted, engraved T JM. After Marty and Blair had a huge blowout; they separately warned Cole and accepting th.e invite just to see how Rick would react. Later, Brooke began to sense that Star to stay away .from one another, but the duo secretly met at the diner. Coming: John Rick could be developing feelings for Phoebe he _isn't even aware of Coming: Nick !TlaY be learns disturbing news. getting in way over his head. .. PASSIONS: Miguel tried denying that his kiss with Charity never happened, but when Kay DAYS OF OUR LIVES: ;Steve attacked EJ when his memories triggered a tra.umifii saw the secunty footage she refused to accept his claim that it was Charity's idea As Luis event, and underwt hypnotherapy, recalling that EJ had been present when the DiMeras and Fartcy workea together to figure out who attacked her Sheridan was shaken when tortured him. Shawn, Belle ?.Od Claire headecj to Australia, but when Claire became ill, the Chris found ahypodermic need le among her things:Coming:, The peeping tom isn't through ship s doctor (fake) passport didn't have Kate was with Harmony. stunned when Sam1 1s pregnant. Coming: Billie 1s conflicted over her YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Lauren tailed Sheila to the retirement condo where she was involvement in EJ"g-" messy life. holding Phyllis dressed exactly like her arid the children. As Paul and Michael neared the GENERAL HOSPITAL: With Robin's life on the line, Mr. Craig allowed Patrick to give they heard a shot fired. Brad was furious that Colleen permitted Kolt!el to assist Carly instructions, but she had to perform the surgery Afterward, Mr. Craig brought early to w1th the puzzle, but she defended him. Later, Brad found' a bug in his living room and real see a badly beaten Sonny, and Car!y, although torn by her love for Sonny still insisted that ized his conversations have been recorded. Coming: Is th i s .finally the end of Sheila? IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK before mid-March, loved ones will make peace with yesterday's social disappointments and express renewed faith in romance. Use this time to further define long-term relationships, discuss family traditions or. propose new commitments. At' present, stalled or postponed emotional decisions will work strongly in your favor. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). Family gatherings are emotional--ly rewarding Although relatives or long-term roommates may appear disinterested, social enthusiasm is high Push for new group activities or creative h'ome discussions; this is an excellent time to heal old wounds or expand your influence with loved PISCES (Feb. 20-March20). Workplace habits and daily obligawill demand careful planning. Expect younger to admit to costly errors or private power struggles with authoritY fig ures. Protect your own interests and work hard to improve your s!!,o p be ARIES (March 21-April 20). Renovations, living or property expansion captivate the attention -of loved ones. Although discussions are passionate, expect little or no progress in the coming weeks. Long-term changes to the home or family will require time, detailed calculations and a consistent financia l effort (April 21-May 20). Job satisfaction may require debate O[ minor confrontations with authority figures. Delayed progress canceled permissions :or slow reactions from managers need n9t be tolerated .Your business influe.nce is stronger than anticipated Ask for a timely response to all concerns, suggestions or proposals GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Sincere home discussions will help clarify recent misunderstandings. Someone close may be waiting for your invitation or emotional approval. Don't underestimate the sensitivities of ones; nostalgic moments, self-doubt or com plex group anxieties are now a powerful influence. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Business advancement is available through yesterday's contacts. Use .this time to search out old friends, co!Jeagues or employers. For many Cancerians, unexopportunities will arrive from unusual sburces; don t hesitate to adopt a controversial career strategy. LEO (July-23-Aug. 22). NeY{. provide intr.iguing dis tractions. MaQ,x will their social circle. Encourage long-\e)'m friends to : afso explo r e new attitudes or expe riences Thi:> time emotional P.rogre$S iri a ll key rel a tidnshipsl Remain to creative TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. Snakes on a Plane, New Line Cinema, R 2. Crank, Lionsgate, R 3. The Illusionist, Yari Film Group, PG-13 4. Little Miss Sunshine, Fox Searchlight Pictures, R 5. The Devil Wears Prada, 20th Centu_ry Fox, 13 6. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Vista Pictures, PG-13 7. Talladeg Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Sony Pictures, PG-13 8. The Covenant, Sony Pictures PG-13 9. My Super Ex-Girlfriend, 20th Century Fox, PG-13 10 Invincible, Buena Vista Pictures, PG TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Dreamgirls, Soundtrack, Music World/Columbia 2. Konvlcted, Akon, Konvict/Upfront/SRC/Universal Motown 3. FutureSex/LoveSounds, Justin Timberlake, Jive 4. Daughtry,' Daughtry, RCA 5. Jump lnt; Soundtrack, Walt Disney 6 B'Day, Beyonce, Columbia 7. Now 23, Various Artists, Sony' BMG Strategic M 'a r k e t I n g Group/EMUUniversai/Zomba 8. Love, The Beatles, Apple 9. The Inspiration, Young Corporate Thugz/Def Jam 10. All the Right Reasons, Nlckelback Roadrunner ;. 0 0 ,. TOP POP SINGLES (Aug.'23-Sept. 22). discussions with relatives 'or work to youf .advantage. Ongoing of. stra10ed loyalty mistrust or pril(ate irritations are more than necessary Work to increase J:!armony in the home; your dedi cation to group involvement and diplomapy will be appreciated. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). Fi nancial risk is best a void ed. Faulty 1. Irreplaceable, Beyonce, or misleading documents will soon trigger costly Columbia delays. Ask key officials to finalize all vit a l or outstanding state2. I Wanna Love' You, Akon, w ait for reliabl e permissions: consist e nt or timely infor-featuring Snoop Dogg, mat1on IS 1mportant to the success of new projects Konvict/Up Front/SAC (Oct. 24-Noy. 22). Powerful romantic insights are 3. Fergallclous; Fergie, For many Scorpios, long term commitments and social will. l.am/A&M Involvement may need _to expand Listen closely to the needs or 4 Say It Right, Nelly Fur .comments of loved ones and plan unique activities. Private tado, Mosley encounters will encourage renewed faith in intimate relationships. 5. Smack That, Akon, featur-SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21). Close relatives may be ing Eminem, SRC unusu a lly moody or unpredictable If so, expect ongoing differ 6 We Fly High, Jim Jones, ences w1th colleagues or long-term friencls to be a source of ten Diplomats sion. A _dvocate new and light social distraction; new 7 How to Save a Life, The t rt Fray, Epic en e a111ment, group involvement and creative hobbies will offer 8. My Love, Justin Timber. worthwhile outlets for daily e motional strain. l ake ; featuring T.l., Jive CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan. 20}. Love affairs, brief flirtations and 9. Welcome to the Black may_ strain long-term r e l ationships Parade, My Chemical Sensuality rom ant1_ c 111t_er es t are not easily a void ed. E njoy light Romance, Repris e e n co unt e r s With potential fn e nds but set firm boundaries; thi s i s not 10 It Ends Tonight, The All th e right time to ask lov e d ones for extra pati e nce. American Rejects, Doghouse : .. :: '-... -.. Top 20 Albums 1. Soundtrack ............................................. ; .... ; .............. Dreamgirls 2. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ............................... RobinThicke 3. Konvicted -. ................................... ; ..................... ........ ; .. Akon 4. The Inspiration ....... ................. ; ............. ............ Young Jee2y 5. 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t The University of South Florida's Institute on Black Life hosted its annual "Many Faces of Africa" Conference on January 18 2007. Students from Hillsborough County middle and h igh schools enjoyed a day of education and fun. One of the missions of the Institute on Black Life and the Center for Africa the Diaspora is to promote research and cultural activities that highlight Africa and African descen. dants in the Diaspora. The Mudents were awed by a presentation by Busch Gardens, showcasing animals froni different countries. in Africa. The Marshall Center Ballroom was adorned with beau tiful African artwork from USF's Art Department. The Conference started with an introduction from Dr. Cheryl Rodriguez, Interim Director for the Institute on Black Life. Next was a passionate, thought-provoking lecture by Dr. Edward Kissi from the Africana Studies department. The conference coordinator, Mrs. Clara Cobb, provided activ i t i e s; giveaways lunch and educational fun and laughter The conference is an annual event hosted by the Institute on Black Life For more information on this and future conferences, contact Ms. Clara Cobb@ 974-9387 or cccobl>@ibl.usf edu Dr. Cheryl Rodriguez, Interim Director of the Institute on Black Life,. welcomed the student partici-"'pants. .-. Dr. Edward Kis si, Assistant Professor, USF Africana Studies, was the lecturer. This Middleton High stud ent was the grand prize winner. I A Busch Gardens employee shows the students one of the. many snakes that can be found in Africa. Clara Cobb, spearheaded the Academic Contest. Area middle and high school carefully listened as Dr. Kissi lectured. .,


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LOCAL A Father's Dying Wish: 'I Want To See My Son Go To College; BY LEON B CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Raymond Neal is suffering from.;cancer and is under Hospice care. He knows his days are numbered, but his one wish before he leaves this world is to see his son go to college. Thanks to Romey Battle and The CDC of Tampa, Incorporated, Mr. Neal will get his wish. Rayuiond Neal, Jr. was a h .ighly recruited athlete as a freshman when he entered King High School. he was arrested in high school and placed on probation. Battle said, "18 months after Neal was put on proba 'tion he violated those terms and was sentenced to 3 years in prison. That began his journey into manhood." Battle is. a community Youth Advisor for the CDC of Tampa and met Neal while he was still in high school. "I believed in him when it appeared everyone else had given up on him. During his 3-year prison term, I wrote and visited him, encouraging him to not give up. I senfhim newspaper articles and pictures of other youth who knew him from his childhood." Before Neal's. release, R.9mey Battle (standing), Community Youth Advisor for The CDC, with college bound Raymond Neal, Jr. "I want him to do the right thing. He's a man now, and he must take advantage his opportunities. He .must understand an education is more important than sports." As far as her son being so far away attending school, Ms. Neal said she has no problem with that. "He was away from us for 3 years, so I can deal with him being in California. be-. our first.c;:hild to attend col-and that's something we're very proud of. His fattier's dream was to see his son make something of himself before he left this world." Ms. Neal said she plans on traveling to California for her s .on's first game, and the entire family is supporting Battle spoke with several him. football coaches about him ., "We're going to have a going becoming a part of their pro-away bash for him on Super gram. 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l .-4 "T1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813)248 NOTICE OF PUBLIC A publichearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9 :0Q a m.; February 23, _2007, at tRe Board Room, 2nd floor of the County 601 E. Kennedy Blvcf., Taropa, to hear the follow1ng requests. .. Copies of the applications, department and legal descriptions are availab l e for pubiic inspection in a master file maintained QY the Plann1ng and Growth Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All intere:sted persons wishing_ to or other in this matter must submit same to the Heanng Master at the public heanng before h1mlher. The dec1s1on of the Land Use Hearing Officerwill be filed with the Clerk within fifteel'l conclusion of the public hearing. .a. ,,, ':'' ,... ,.. ..-... --;., ANY PERSON WHO M IGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR. RECOMME:NOATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT AVERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDlNGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON. WHICH SUcH APPEAL IS .TO BE BASED. -. .. concerning these requests may obtained by calling the of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058 ._ : .'' .. : -, VARIANCE REQUESTS .. .: .. ;: These will be heard beginning at 9 : 00 a m. : Q6 19S-.BR, Marilyn Vistro and Kevin Eastman are \(ar ia nces to ow structure 1n front yard, Increase rear yard coverage, setbacks and fenc1ng requirements for property locatea at 1305 BrandonWood Dr .. zoned RSC-6 -.. Petitron VAR 06 0302-SFN, Richard L. Gohzalez is Variances to the accessory .. for at E{S,bf Pars?ns Ave., 50 S/0 Valley Grove Petition VAR 07-0341TNC, Dieguez is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 6005 W. Hanna Ave., zoned RSC 9 .. -. t -Petition VAR 07-0358-HC-NT, Stanley Properties, requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 1006 Cross Creek Blvd, zoned PD-MU. -.. ,. .:' Petition VAR ... 07-0367 -VR, Jose & Na ncy are a Variance to the setback requirements for prbperty located at 1720 Avant St., zoned RSC-4 : Petition VAR 07-0381-WM, Susana is req uesting a Variance to allow flag lot in Urban Area, flag area in lc:>t width calculati on and setback requirements for property 19(:ated at 5512 & 5514 Edina St., zoned RSC-2 (MH) : Petition VAR 07 0401-TNC,.'Lucas J & Magali T. Millares are a the setback requirements for prbperty located 6308 W. Clifton St., zoned RSC-9 ; ,.; ... Petition VAR 0 7-0404-BR, is requesting buffer and setback r equir'sm ents for property localed at 1107 Lithia Pinecrest Rd., zoned CN (R). .. = ."L Petition VAR 07-0411-TNC Barbara A Pike is reejuesting a Variance to the setback for property located at 9049 Hickory Circle zoned RSC-6 Petitidn VAR ; o7 -0416-TNc: Frank & Maria E Fritz are a to the for property located at 4411 Sweetwater Dr., RSC-9 .. Petition VAR 07-041 7NWH, David C Farrar is requesting a Variance to the wetland setback for property located at 9603 Woodbay Dr zoned PD-MU .. Pet i tion VAR oi-0419-CPv: American International Alliance 'l_p is a Vari ance to the buffer arid setuack requirements for property located at N/S of Altaloma St. 250 W/0 Del Valle Rd ., zoned CPV D 1 Petition VAR 07 "043 9 -EGl, requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 7211 N Richard Avf!., zoned RSC-9 : .. Petition VAR 07-0441-PR, Southland Corporation is a Variance tb.. th e setback requirements for property located at 1902 N u s HYf 301, zoned Cl M \ Petition VAR 07-Q448 -Et, BGickl'emyer, Smolker & Bolves, P .A. is requesting a to the wetland setback requirements for property located at N/S of Veneti a Pla9e, 60' W/0 Cardinal Dr., zoned RSC-6 Petition R. & Leonor are requesting a to the requirements for property located at 6025 W. Idlewild Ave., zoned RSC -9: Petition YAR 07-0450-RU.' Mahuei R &. Fernandez are a requirements for property, located at 801 'f"hite Blvd ., zoned RSC 6 Petition VAR 07-0451 .. TNC, Rolando Gonza l es is requesting a V ariance 'to the setback requirements for property located at 6915 Willi ams Dr zoned RSC 6 Petition VAR Ol-0452-CW, Wade & Lynri M a Variance to the sefuack requirements for property located at 12905 Lazy P1ne Place, zoned > Pet ition VAR 07-0453-EG[, TheodOre & Marie E. Papademetriou are a Variance to the fencing and requirements for .property located at 6704 N Habana Ave. zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR Ol0455-Ss,:christina & Clyde T Fretwell, 11i are a setback requirements for property loo ated at 1018 Canal St., zo ned RSC-9.' : Petition VAR Torres.' Jr. is re q uesting a V a ri ance to the se tback require;.;;ents property located at 18404 Keystone Grove Blvd zoned ASC-1. -_ SPECIAL USE REQUESTS heard beginnjng at 1 : 30 Petition SU 07 0326-ER (RT); f iled on 12/6/2006 by CBS Radio, represented by Michael D Homer, AICP of 14502 N Da l e Mabry Hwy #200, Tampa, FL 33618 ph 813 962 -2395, is reques ting a Special Use for a Radio Tower Presently zoned ASC 1 & RSC 6, located in a ll or parts of Section 6 Township 29 21, or 1718 E. Luth e r King Blvd : Contains 11.5 acres., Petition su. o7 0444-BR \CH), filed on 12/21/20oo by From the Heart Church Ministries of Tampa, Inc., represerted by Wi !sonMi ler, Inc of 15438 N Florida Ave ., #200, Tampa, F:L 33613, ph 813 96370389, requesting a sp eclal Use for a Church Presently zoned RSC -6, located 1n all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 Range 20, or 310 N Lakewood Dr Contains 5 .60 ac res. Petition SU 07 0454-BA (L E ), filed on 12/27/2006 by Shelley Lakes Min e lr1c repre se nted by f\egina ld T Joyner, of P O Box 598, Balm, R. 33503, ph 813-633-8566, reejuesting a Special Use for Land Excavation. Prese ntly zo ned AS0 .4, AS 1 a nd AR, l oca ted in a ll or parts of Section 30 Town s hip 31 R a n ge 2 1 or SIS of C R 672 (Balm Rd .). 700' E/0 Balm-Boyette Rd. Contains 64. 2 acres To t a l acres Exca vation PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE -The Elections Officer for the City of Tampa will meet to. conduct public logic and _accuracy the vote equipment, canvass and process absentee ballets, and process .. e from the canvass electioo-1'etums lor. itre -City of Tampa Munrc1pal Election on March 6 2007 and certify election results. The meetings will take place at the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections, Robert L. Gilder Elections Ser:vice Center located at 2514 North Faulkenburg ,Road, Tampa1 F,!orida. _The meetings are open to the public. : ': : -ok ..: t t .. February 14, 2007 at 1 o:oo a.m. _-. The Elections Officer meet to conduct a public logic and accuracy test on the electronic votil'lg and tabulation system that will be used to record and tabulate votes for early voting,: absentee voting and votes in the precincts on election day. 2. :2007 'at 1 0:00 .TheEleclions Officer; w ; r meet to eanvass absentee ballots for the City of Tampa MuniCipal Election and receive queries from the public about the absentee ballots All absentee ballots received for this election prior to and on March 1, 2007, will be canvassed ar10:00 a m Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than -10:00 a.m. The processing of these ballots will begin on Friday, March 2, 2007; -hbwever, they will not ):>e counted until 7:00p.m. on 6, 20Q7 \ March 3, 2007 af 9:00 a.m .;. The Elections 'officer me;Uo process the absentee ballots for. this. to and on March 1, 2007 that were canvasseCI durm g the prevtous meeting on March 2, 2007. These ballots will be opened and processed; however, they will not be counted until 7:00 p.m. one March6,-2007. .. .,.. March S, 2007 a( 3:00 p.m The meet to canvass absentee ballots received subsequent to the last Elections Officer meeting on March 2, 2007. Any member .of the public who wishes to examine these absentee should be present at the office of the Elections Service no later than -10:00 a.m. PrOcessihg of these absentee ballots will begin immediately after they are canvassed; however, they will counted until1:00 p.m. on M _arch 6 2007. : .. '- -: 1 March 6, 2007 at 1 :00 p.m. -The Elections Officer will meef to canvass absentee ballots received subsequent to the last Election Officer meeting on Monday, March 5. AnY' member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 1:00 p.m. at the Electio ns Center. Processing of these ballots will begln. imrnediately af!er they are canvassed, however, they will not be counted until 7:00 p.m. on March 6, 2007. At 7 : 00 p.m: ;the Elections Officer will begin tabulation for all ballots and will canvass all absentee ballots and the. City of Election returns, March 9; 2oo7 5:00 : p.m. -The Elections Officer will reconvene to canvass and process the provisional ballots cast in the City of Tampa Municipal Election and certify the. official results for this election. The Elections Officer may need t o recon .vene a meeting during the week of March 5, 2007. The meeting will be at the Elections Service Center located at 2514 North Faulkenbu rg Road, Tampa, F!orida The date and time will be posted at. the main office of the Supervisor of Elections located on the 16th floor of the County Center at 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in Tampa, ,at the E l ections Service Center, in the lqbby of the Hillsborough County Courthouse and on the Supervisor /of Elections website www. votehillsborough org If. any or. -at the abqve meetings believes that any absentee ballot is illegal due to any defect apparent on the Voter's Certificate, he or she may, at any time before the ballot Is removed from the envelope, file with the E lections Officer a protest against."the canvass of such ballot, specifying the precinct, the ballot, and the reason he or she believes such ballot to be illegal. No challenge based upon any defect in the Voter's Certificate shall be accepted after the ballot has been remOved from the ., I ) t' NOTE: Persons are advised that-if they 'to appeal any decision made by the E lections Officer during the canvass of absentee ballots, provisional ballots, or. the logic and accuracy tests, they will need a record of. the proceedings and for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based, per Section 286. 0105, F lorida Statutes. lsi Buddy Johnson i'-! 'Supervisor of Elections Hillsborough County Fax Your Ads 24 Hours 813 or E-mail to ledwards@flsentinel.com or bdawkins@flsentinel.com For more info call: Lavora or Betty 813 .. .. .. .. \ :2' c )> -:< ., m m :uc )> :xJ < 1\). -0 0 ...... ....


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Any additional necessary accommodations Win be provided with a 48-hour notice. For more infonnation, please call Management and Budget Department at 272-5890 ;, ;. (ITY: 301-7173) '.: .. Para informacion en espanol, '. .-. '.: 1/amara/272-5314 : T .. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 8DG<'Ul o/ Iii Housing REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR FINANCIAL ADVISOR/CONSULTANT NOTICE OF LEGISLATION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned intends to apply to the Legislature of the State of Florida at its regular session held in the year 2007, or at a subsequent special session, for passage of a bill to be entitled ... ,. ;.. .I An act relating to the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, amending Chapter 23559, Laws of Florida, 1945, as amended; revising the investment policy provisions to conform with s. 112.661 Florida Statutes and subject to the limitations in s 215.47(1)-(8), (10) and (16), Florida Statutes; increasing the percentage of average monthly salary used to monthly pension benefits for Division a employees; increasing the percentage used to calculate the monthly pension for Division B employees who have retired under._a previous City of Tampa pension plan and subsequently been rehired; providing an effective date. DATED at Tampa, Flor ida, the 26th day of January, 200_7. Senator Arthenia Joyner/Rep. Kevin Ambler Hillsborough County Legislative Delegation P 0. Box 1110 Tampa; FL 33601 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received from bidders by the Authority in the Building front office located on ; the second side, Tampa International Airport, for the project listed below, until2:00 February 27, 2007 at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Service Building, Lobby Conference Room B, level/red side: Airport Name: HCAA Project Number: L FOOT FM Number: Project Title: ... ;:.: Peter o. Knight 5280 07 ... 412440 Hangar A Rehabilitation A mandatorY pre-bid conference will be held in the Authority boardroom, located in the Landside Terminal Building, third level/blue side on February 14, 2007 at 10:00 a m. For more information regarding the bidding of this project, please access the Authority's website at www.. tainpaairport.com; Quick Links, Airport Business, Invitation to Bid. In accordance with the U .S. Department of Housing and Urban Developmel')t (HUD) Handbook 7460.8 REV-1, FJorida Statutes and with other applicable laws, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) formally request ''competitive proposals from qualified, responsible, certified firms or individuals interested in providing services as a Financial Advisor/Consultant. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY By: /s/ Louis E. Miller Louis E. Miller, Executive Director HILLSBOROl,JGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Proposals shall be received until 3:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, FL time) on Friday, February 16,2007 at 1529 W Main St, Suite 213, Tampa, FL 33607 -Proposals received after this date and time will be reJected. Copies of this Request for Proposal are available e lectronically by contacting the Contracting Office a t 813-253-0551 ext 390 or by pick-up at the above mentioned address. Respondents are to submit one (1) original and four (4) copies of their proposal. All proposals are to be sentto: The Tampa Housing Authority ATTN: Mr. Nicholas Dickerson Director Contracting & Procurem ent 1529 W M ai n St. Suite 213 Tampa, FL 33607 Questions regarding this RFP may be directed to Nichol as Dickerson, Contracting Officer at 813/253 0551, ext. 390. SUPPORT SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Sealed bids will be received from bidders by the Authority in the Service Building front office located on the second level/red side, Tampa International Airport, for the project listed below, until 2 :00 p.m., Febr uary 28, 20 .07, at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Service Building Lobby Conference Room B, second level/red side: Airport Name: Tampa International Airport HCAA Project Number: 5340 07 Project Title: South Corporate Hangar Site Development and Raytheon Internal Drive Reconstruction A mandatory pre-bid conference wm be held ln the Authority boardroom, located in the Landside Terminal Building, third level/blue side on February 14, 2007 at 2:00p.m.For more information regarding the bidding of this project, please access the Authority's website at www.tampaairoort.com; Quick Links,.Airport Business, Invitation to Bid. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY By: /s/ Louis E. MJ/Ier Louis E. Miller, Executive Director NOTICE OF LEGISLATION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned intends to apply to the Legislature of the State of Florida at its regular session held in the year 2007, or at a -special session, for passage -of a bjll be entitled An act relating to the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, and particularly to the City Pension Fund for Firefighters and Police Officers in the City of Tampa, authorizing the Gity of Tampa to enter into a supplemental contract with certain firefighters and pol i ce officers to revise the 13th Check Program funding; providing that the act is contingent upon execution of a contract between the city and ,; the .. bargaining agents for the .. firefighters and police officers; providing for the execution of certain supplemental .. contract provisions by a dafe certain or forever barring the receipt of benefits therein provided ; confirm in g in part the City o f Tampa Firefighters .and Police Officers Contract; providing an effective date DATED at Tampa, Florida, the 2nd day of February, 2007 Senator Arthenia Joyner/Rep. Kevin Ambler Hillsborough County Legislative P 0 Box 1110 Tampa, FL 33601 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS ... CON-TACT LaVORA (813) 248-1921 Fax (813) 248-9218 Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com ; rnc 'rl vf:ir. m CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS 50 FOR EACH ADDITONAL WORD OVER. 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD Fax Your Ads 24 Hours 813 or E-mail to ledwards@flsentinel.com or bdawkins@flsentinel.com For more info call: Lavora or Betty 813-248-1921 ..


------------...... -. -. ------------------------------------------(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813)248-9218 ATTENTION _. : .. -. ... _:::; PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT .. -. .:-:..a- ... : In accordance 98;0.7'7, Flo r i da Statues, Bu .ddy Johnson, of Elections .of Hillsborough hereby gives notice that voters should .. update their signature by! a V ote r Registration Application Please send' or deliver the completed application to any of at the following . .... .. ';. '; 1 'l Supervisor. of : : 601 East Kennedy Blvd., 16th Fl. .... Robert L: Gilder center 2514 Faulkenburg Road _J Tampa, FL 33619 .Tampa, FL ... (813} 272-5850 .. -., (813) ; 7 .. .: :- ... -. .. Voter Registration .Applications are available at any of'our offices, ;at all Hillsborough County .. libraries, at. state agencies -that provide p'ublic assistance, .. and .on our web .. site, .. .. www.votehillsborough.org .. _'; .. .. ..... ,. .. ::.i. j; ..... -.. :: -: ., -..... '.' .. : I Re 'que!St For Bids ,..,. --. ..... awarded a : portion of Hillsborough WTE Expansion project .1!,: in ,.. County."' Sauer Inc. : IS seeking qualified DM/DWBE participation for electrical, roofing, excavation, concrete, civil site } work, .. .)' seeding and -h3ndseaping, sheet metal, : surveying; insulation, steel fabriCation and erection etc.' If you are a qualified DM/DWBE contractor, please contact Sauer Inc 180 1 Lone Street, Columbus, OH You may also call David {sauerInc.) {614) 853-2500. Sauer Inc. will be holding an 1'0pen House" for all subcontractors interested iri the project on Wednesday; 02/07/07 'at the --Courty_iud Marriott (10152 Palm River Road) in -Tampa betWeen The deadline new 'voter registration. applications for' the. March 6, 2007 City of .. 1 o:ooa.m. 1 :00 P IJl Municipal Election is February 5, 2007. -Persons who register to vote after that date will not be able to vote until the next. election. : ;: ., .,.,... .-. .-"'' .' Mortgage Brokers Loan Officers Wante.d ,; FT/PT Great. Commission!! No Experience Will Train -.;- -... .. f Fax Resume (813) 436-5108 -. or Call813-833-5097 .: J i ... Help Wanted .. Director And Teacher Aide Children With Joy 816 E Genesee Street I -. Only Apply If You Are Loving ; Caring And Willing To Teach Call (813) 231-2059 : Assistant II Tampa Bay Water, a _-regional water supply authority, Florida's largest water wholesaler, operates and manages 12 ground water supplies : and is implementing alternative surface water and desalination sources to complement existing_,pr:o.ducJion.-If you like a challenge and want to work away fiom the hustle and bustle of the city, then Tampa Bay Water may be for yot.i. We are seeking a Staff Assistant II to WQ.rk in our Land 0' Lakes office. This position will support tnQ1 professional staff, as well as. handle mitigation Must be able to perform with considerable independence and able to adapt to changing A minimum : four years of progressively responsible administrative support experience, including administrative experience in construction or contracts that demonstrates excellent written, grammatical and spelling skills, with excellent keybo!=lrd skills, and experience on Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Adobe, prefer exp. with scanning and indexing documents, etc.; or an equivalent.:. combination of education, training, and experience Salary range for position is $27k to $44k Applications will be accepted until February glh, 2007 : Please complete .. an application. Applications may be downloaded from http : //Www.tampabaywater.org or pick up -= an aPplication at 2575 Enterprise Rd. Clearwater, FL 33761' Mall in completed application to HR Dept., 2575 E nterprise Rd Clearwater, FL 33761. :,._, Part-Tirrie Secretary For Small C,redit Union Monday Thru Friday Basic Computer Skills For : Credit Union SoftWare .. First wee.k Qf Month ,_ Work 40 Hour Week Other Weeks 20 Hours Week -Apply: 703 East Harrison Street Tampa, FL .. .._. TEACHING POSITIONS AVAILABLE > ... ... to employ a Teacher, Teacher Assistant and Substitute_ Teacher responsible for implementing the ABeka Christian :--working directly with children and interacting with parents. Salary is based Contact A. Lewis_: at (813) 677-5988 to ascertain .credentiallnformation _. and to schedule an inte..View appointment. Now Hiring PIT And Frf ., Teachers And Directors With Directors Credentials --;. Call {813) 932-6904 This Is ltl Barbers, Stylist Needed At Busy Tampa Location Bonus $$$ And Special Booth Rental Available .. Waitl .: call Jay {813) 458-071 1 START IMMEDIATEL Yl Highly Motivated, ; Telemarketer5 Experienced Only Handyman Sub-Contractors And Laborers..:. All PMses Must Own A Call (813) 630-9827 .- For : Employment: ,.'\.!,, Acc:oun _ts Payable Cle* : For busy roadway : construction office located in East Tampa area. Knowledge of : Quick Books/Excel and Microsoft Word E OE SUPPORT SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Fax Your Ads 24 Hours 813-248-9218 or E-mail to l edwards@flsentinel.com or bdawkins@f lsentine l.com For more info call: Lavora or Betty 813-248-1921 L "_ :!! ... -. t m 1._ m c: :'. )> ., ::D '. < ;.; .. 1\) o 0 ..... .. ... ., 5 :1J c l> -tJ) m z ':j z m __ r:. m c: r"' r--m ::t -z "tJ c: m c tJ) :I: m c m < m '-I c: m tn c l> z c


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'-, N' c( :::) a: m w LL Oct c -a: LL Feb. 23, 1908 TFeb;8, 1965 Entered Hlll Of Fame: 2006 .. Known as an ace pitcher, Ray Brown established him self as a player and an aUaround athl'ete. Aright-handed used a variety of pitches to set up his famous curve ball. He also played the outfield and would pinch hit wheri riot on the mound. During a career that spanned 19 years, 'Brown w'as to two All-Star teams and threw a one-hitter in the 1944 Negro League World Se ries. Brown also anchored the rotation of the Homestead Grays during its Negro National League dynasty years. The team won 8 pennants between 1937 and 1945. 1 DiD YoU KnOw? -. That :.a black nan :iiM:nterl the c:hlld' s J "Home Run "That Man" 'June 2G, 1915-August 4, 1996 H'a/1 Of Fame: ioo6 .. Willard Jessie Brown was born in Shreveport, Louisiana o.t and played on several teams, including Kansas City and in the Puerto Rican League. In addition pl<:iying .in :the Negro League; Brown also played with the Puerto Rico Winter League during the 1940s and 1 950s and became a star Center Fielder He giveri the "Ese Hombre" ("That Man"), after he won two Triple and the .4007mark Brown Qffen posted batting averages .300 and is witti h elping the Kansas City Monarchs win 6 penbetween 1937 and 1946. Brown played in 8 East-West Ail-Star games, 2 years in the u. s. military during > World War' II, and played for a short period with the St. Louis .. Browns in 1947. High Cllair. '. Equal opportunity FtMN:: .. SIIalle .the fuIHifB The :rampa Police Department is seeking with an in a law career. Anyone mterested and who meets the following criteria can have a long and rewarding career as a proud member of the Tampa Police Department. \: Qualificatiops EducationNVoJ:k Experience: or or colnpleiion of ty,ijyears of c oll ege (60 seme ster hours or 90 quarter hours). Col lege, or Commumty College rrust be accredited by the Association of Colleges and s_chools, another agency, or the Accredjllng C.omcnlssion of ll)depenaent College's and Schools -OR- School diploma and three years of prior law enfo rcement with an of medium to large s1ze (50 or more officers) -OR High School diploma and th ree years of militar-Y exper ien ce -OR High School diploma a nd five years experience w i th the Tampa Police Department Reserve Force. ifok-ziJA \, : .. SEN-TINEL. '. B'ULLETIN_ .. .: .. Speaking : ;. -For Itself' OSCAR McKINLEY CHARLESTON Oct. 14, 1896-,. o.ct. -5, 1954 Entere.d Hall o; Fame: .. 1976 os.car McKinley : Charieston played center field for. several team$, in 1915 with the Indianapolis ABCs and ending with the in 1954. As a centertielder, Charleston was well known tot his versatility as an plciyer. He was a left-handed hitt .er and has often been com pared to Ty Cobb. In 19.2' 1, batted .434 while leading. thdNegro National League : in dou bles, triples, home runs and stolen bases. Charleston became the first Black player hit a ... home ru. n af SportS. man's Park as a member of the St. Louis Giants of the Negro National League. Other Requirements: 21 Years Old V afid Florida Driver's Ucense F lorida Law E nfori: e mimt Officer Certifica tion Good Moral Charact e r We Celebrate The Strength Benefits Officer .......... : .................................. ... .. .... $42,473 to $69 014 Corpon:ii/Detective .......... ... : ........ ... .................. up to $76:897 s ergeant. ............................... _. ... ............ ...... .. up to $84,697 Lieutenant.. .. .. ....................... : .............. .. ........ up to $92 872 Captain ...... .................. .' ....... ... ......... ......... : .. up to $10S 081 M a)or .. ........ .. .. ... .................................. .. up to $114,150 Salaries: Pension: 3.15% of sal a ry per y ear ( examp l e : 20 y ears @ 3 15% = 63% of sa l a ry) Other Benefrts : Health and Life Insurance Long Term Disability, Dental, Paid Holidays Tuition Reim bursement Education Inc entive Pay Vacation/Sick Leave, Longevity Awards and Bonus Hours, Military Leave, Deferred Compensation a nd Retiremeni Pl a ns Fnr more information, cull our Per .mmrel Ojjice ttl (811) 176 -1429. One Police Cenle r 411 N F r anklin S treet TaiTlJa. Florida 3360 2 Of Our Forefathers Through Strong Black Leaders Of Today .. FRANK A. REDDICK Tampa City Council District 5


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1"-0 0 N N' > a: ct ::;) a: m w u.. >=' ct C a: u.. c a: u.. C z < c en w ::;) .... > a: w > w c w ::1: en :J m ::::;) Q. z ;:: w _, _, ::;) m ..J w z ;:: z w en ct !2 a: g u.. c 0 ,.... -. "LEFTY" COOPER -April f4, 898 June 3, 1941 ... Entered Hall Of Fame: .' 2006 Bom in Waco, Texas-, Andrew Cooper was given the nickname of "Letty ," and is rated among the top lett-hand. ed pitchers of the Negro League. Cooper played with the Detroit Stars from 1920 to 1927. He also played for the Kansas City -Monarchs, who reportedly traded 5 to get him on the team. In 1929, City won the Negro National League pennant with Cooper on the mound .He also managed the his leadership, they 3 other league .. -. -\. titles between 1937 and 1940. ,.. .. ::..l n 1937, as his career was approaching an end, Cooper pitched 17 innings in a playoff game against the Chicago American Giants : He died in his hometown at the age of 43: '' ...: .-. : ... : -'II. August 31; 191. 3 Feb. 12, 1994 Entered Hall Of Fame: 1987 PrimariLy Ray Dandridge was considered one men in the history of Negro League baseball. His primary team was the Newark Eagles ; where played forfyears. He tently batted .300 or more. Dandrldge : a lso played in Mexico for ... 8 su"'!niers and 11 in the Cuban League After the color barrier was broken, Dandridge played four years with tbe Giants' Triple-A affiliate at Minrieapofis while ,. th ere, he carried an overall batting average of :318. \ ; ,' ._Dandridge was 36 and playin g for Minneapolis .\then batted 362 and led all American Association third basemen with a .981 .l fielding percentage. ; .. ; ._,. I t I '{ During his career ; -also played for Detroit Elite, Giants; butiaps ...,... ... .. --: .': J :-. Suppoz::( sentinel : Adv!!rtisers LEON DAY 30,'.1916 :--;--r: .. 1995 En_teriJd Hall OfFame:S ,t (> Dur.iJl9 his .. career a-s a 'pitcher: Leo. n : bay played with the Balt i more Black Sox-, Brooklyn E .agles, Newark. Eagles and ended his career with the Baltimore !;lite Giants in 1950. Considered an outstanding strikeout" pitcl')er, Day was the mainstay of the Newark pitch ing staff in the 1930s and 1940s Day set a Negro National League July 23, : 194?, as the pitcher fo r the Newark Eagles wheri he out 1 E lite Giants Day was inducted into ij)e .,.. National Baseball Hall a f Fame the same year he died at age of _79 .Celebrating Your Rich Heritage IN CELEBRATION OF TAMPA'S RICH HERITAGE LINDA SAULSENA TAMPA CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 AT lARGE .-. A SALUTETO BLACK HISTORY MONTH MARKOBER HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY STATE ATTORNEY .. '"'


r. '. egro Shortstop World Chalnpionship Of 1 946 -"T1 m OJ c: ::tl In 1943, William "Billy" Felder began playing basehalf with the P .ensacola Giants. And perfected his talents as a short stop to be with on the diamond. Three years later, when Eagles, owned by Abe and Manley came to Tampa to take on the Pensacola Giants, Felder was on If was that that Felder's talents caught the attention ofthe. owners. "After t _he game, they asked me if I wanted to go with them. I was a teenager, so they asked my mother and she said I could go." Felder left Tampa as a member of the Newark Eagles. Some of his team-: mates Hall of Fame inductees Monte Irvin, Leon. Day. aitd Lar:t;"y Doby.>rhe same year; the took on the Kansas City Monarchs for the World Championship The Eagles walked away with a 4-3 victory. Some of those on the WILLIAM "BILLY" FELDER Monarchs team he played Avenue, for decades. against included Jackie After establishing himself < ,!') Robinson and Satchel as a businessman, he was Paige. given the nickname of Felder played with the Felder, who for years, then remains.active, will celewith Indianapolis brate his 8oth birthday on Clowns in 1948. He also De.cember gth. played. with the Philadelphia One may find Felder on Stars for a year. the baseball diamond every He ended his professional in a while, but he can baseball career in 1954 and be found on the golf course began a lengthy career as a at least two times a week. businessman. Reporter B. Holton He owned Felder's can be contacted at (813) Service Station, corner of 248-1921 or by e-mail at, N. 29th Street and E. Lake iris@/lse.ntinel.com. "TT r-o ::tl o )> (/) m z ::! z m r-I OJ c: .. r m ::! z c: OJ r c;; ::t m c m < m ::c < -i c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 "T1 ::tl 0 ... j f


.. '... ... ... ............. .. 0 .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ......... '"' .................... 1. ...... ,._ ...... -.. ... .. r-. 0 N N' : egro eague s c( :J t m w South Paw Pitcher Launched Career With Tampa As a youngster, Raydell "Lefty Bo" Maddix began C playing sandlot baseball just it as many other African &L. Americans. By the time he was 16, he had earned a spot on the Tampa Rockets team, owned by the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, who also owned the Florida Sentinel Bulletin newspaper. Maddix recalls that it was in 1946 that Mr. Andrews sent his team to play a game in Yankee Stadium. They played against the Indianapolis Clowns and lost 2-i. "Mr. Andrews had sent his son, Billy, (now Dr. W. W. Andrews), with us and Billy told me I shouldn't feel bad about losing the ga me because I had struck out 14 players. RAYDELL "LEFIY BO" MADDIX After that, I started playing in major leagues and paid us $7 a the National Negro League.... day for ea .ting and $soo for The Rockets basebll team owned by Florlda Sentinel founder, C. Blythe Andrews. Mr. Andrews (statiding second row left) poses With the team fu front of the old Sentinel Maddix launched a career the trip. The ball parks were office on Central Avenue. that would span more than 20 full everywhere we went, even >-years; He played for the in Canada. People wanted to Clowns and met see Jackie :Robinson. a: several legendary Negro "I also barnstormed with &L. League players. Satchel Paige:. He was the C In 1948 and 1949, he led the h Z 1 t 'k t H 1 greatest pitcher ave ever eague m s r1 eou s. e a so l"k ki ..... b t d 'th. Jack" e seen. B was I e a roo e com-> arns orme WI 1 d h' C:C Robinson in 1949. to Im. C "Jackie had broke into the Satchel should have been f3 -::) 1-the first one to enter the Major Leagues, but they were looking for someone who wouldn't lose his temper if someone called him the 'N' word and Jaclde Robinson was like that. Satchel would have put his bat.up against one of their heads." Maddix said playing during ft w > w ... 'Celebrate Black History Month c w ::r: en :J m .::) z i= w ...J ...J .. ::;, m ..J w z i= z w .en c( c a: 0 ...J &L. c I N w (!) All Year Long In Fashions"-. Ethriic Extravaganza We Carry The Latest In African Attire For The Entire Family Women Children Prices Starting._ At $ 20.00 the segregation era was some. to get out of town." times pretty rough. Although it Maddix retired from the ... wasn't as bad in the larger Northern Indiana League in northern cities as it was in tlie 1967 as a champ. _During his 0 south. final year, he won the batting He remembered one incident with a .412. 0 when their bus arrived in-_ Maddix, who will celebrate Augusta, Georgia to play a his 8otli bhthday on October white All-Star team. "It was iri 7th, no longer plays 1949 and carloads of the Ku .-.but he never misses an Klux Klan. cam,e up to our bus tunity to attend functions bonand told us we had better get f th N Lea t ft .onng any o e egro ou o own. 1 -. "The guys from the north P ayers. .-were pretty frightened by the 0 Reporter B. Holton can experience, but those of us contactf!d at (813) from the south were used to it. or by e-mail at iris@fl.sen Those northern boyS were glad tinel.com. F.ormer Negro League Players .Reco_gnized


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. .................. ---lfl ............ .. -.. .............. .... .. N egro s > a: j Baseball Took Players On Tour Of Country LL When individuals think of I Negro League Baseball, they "The Pepsi Cola Giants was C often think of the more j:>opu-the first Black team i.J:t Tampa, i:t lar teams. However, what is but I was too young to play for LL not knowledge -is the them. When the team folded, number of teams throughout the Sentinel started the the country. There were literTampa Rockets. ally hundreds of teams and "I played with them for numerous leaguesthatAfrican about 2 .years before the Americans played in for Indianapolis Clowns came to decades. For some, baseball Tampa. In 1948, they asked CLIFFORD "QUACK" BOB "PEACH HEAD" WALTU "th was a passion while others .a r..R "DIRK" me to go WI them and I did." played for only a few years. BROWN MITCHELL '"' GIBBONS said the Black John Bagley played from Robinson." many groups of children who for some players and continafter 1952 to 19. 78 .in the Florida The first organized began playing sandlot baseball ues to fight for' the widows of: }Vent to West Coast Negro and Tampa that Clifford "Quack"'-. as soon he could hold a bat deceased and others '_ilie League. In 1949, he Bay Leagues. At 69, Bagley Brown played with was the As a teenager, he played under who aren't currently getting a went to Canada and played plays for the Tampa Pensacola Giants. During a the Florida State Negro pension. the Brandon Grays. Nighthawks, a league out of game in 1948; Brown said "I League and joined the Florida "I think they should receive The following year, he was Clearwater for the "Over 4 .0" had a good day and ;he Cubans in 1952. something, even if it's just a drafted and during the group. Philadelphia Stars asked if I'd "Buck O'Neil saw me one-time payment. I'm going Conflict. Gibbons Bagley feels limited like to go with them." pitching in Lakeland and to keep working on getting he completed a 3-year in the mul-He played with the team .. asked me to join. I joined the them something," he said. .. stint of duty and finished his titude of.talented athletes. until1951 when his eareerwas Kansas City Monarchs a'nd June Walter "Dirk" playing career in Canada in "We would make a ball out of interrupted by a tour in the u. played from 1954 to 1957,'' he 'Gibbons was inducted into 1 957 tape and used a stick and we S. _Army: After the military, said. the Canadian Hall Of Recovering 'triple played everyday : It was more Brown said the St. Louis Dunng his career Mitchell_ Fame. His daughter accompa-bypass heart surgery, Black talent than white. Triple 'A' Farm teani wanted had the opportunity to meet 'nied him to the memorable Gibbons is more of a sj)ectaC :. 'Ybites had all types of activihim to go to Mississippi. He such greats as Bond, event. tor than player, but he still i:t ties they could participate in. refused and returned home. Lou Johnson, John Known : as "Dirk," enjoys watching the Devil Blacks had only. a .Today, Brown still attends Kennedy, Paige began.playingba8e, Rays play and going on trips z --on the diamond, Devil games and partlci-others he refers to as ball in 1939. a.youngster, to sign autographs. a: w > w c w X U) :::i m :: D. z 'i= w _. _. :: m ...!J w z i= z w U)

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.. .... a: LL MARTIN MAGDALENO ; ANDREW ."RUBE" FOSTER ... (LLANOS) < : DIHIGO .. .... -I '"'' Entered Hall of Fame: 1981 \ '.. .. May 25, 1905 --: .. -<, : re11. Andrew "Rube" \vi th several : teams during his career including the 9hicago Union Entered Ha!NJ)f,Fctme: 1977 .Giants, the Cuba n X-Giants;1 l be -P hiladelphia the the.'C :hicago : Dihigo b ega n his career .... ..... ''''"-. American G)ants. He. was not only a ''player but as the Manager of with the Cuban Stars East as a pitcher He alsq played for the Leland Giants and Ctiicag o A_m er ican Giants as well. '. th_ e Horriestead .Gr!iYs,' th e Daisies, the : Baltimore .. ) ..,,. -. Black ended his career with During his -youth, Foster was rec ognized as a star pitcher of the dead ball .: Known as Dihigo played all nine positions era arid later became the-::owner,:a nd manager ot the Chicago American the baseball diamond with sklll. He also starred in mahy Giants. .. : .. .._: .:.'" : ... _'' .. : .Mexico Puer to' 1920, Foster becarrfe.the founder of the Negro Nationa{League, which -'. : was was conside;ed the first successful Negro league.': ". > ; : _. --: .-_ .. : As:: a pitcher ,:,,Foster also racked_ up an win of 44 ne servec;t 12 seasons 1n the Negrq .leagu_es In 1938, d h' h h C G' "'. h l --1 ; t h M L Dlh 1 t 1 8 2 'd games m a row unng ts tenure wtt t e uban tants m 1902. .. ... > < .. c : ii: i. LL w 1 e p a)(lng lA e ex1can eague go an ; ,.. ... .<; .: led the league with a 0.90 .also won :the batting .. He dted a, the age <;_>f a / > .:;. .r h .. 387 ... k'. ... t.. .' iR'h;;' < 'J ,.,, ... -. -., ;O= Dihlgo/ whq .. Y{as tne Cuban and Mexican '' :;. Halls : ot Fame, died 5 aays t)efore his 66th birthday. :J_ I .. ,' ,' ':., '.,.' ii;. :... ,;, -;;.. : ; < LAW RENCE .. EU_ G .ENU E ''. -. v DO. BV n .. \ 1 -... --;-L\ .. 0 0 ;! 1.3, 1924; June."f8 2003 : :':: : J ',.: I Entered Hall of Fame: 1998 .. I A native of Camden, South ... Carolina, Larry Doby was a fielde; for the Eagles, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, and Detroit He nianagedthe Chicago White Sox in1978. Doby became the first Black pl _aye r in the American League and was considered a key member of the Cleveland Indians in 1948 and 1954 when the team won pennants. As a young athlete, Doby his career as a member of the Newark Eagles and played there for 4 seasons ... During his tenure, the team. captured the 1946 champ_i onship. Doby was chosen an All-Star 9 times, with the Eagles and 7 with the Indians. In 1962, Doby, along with Don Newcombe, became the first former Major baseball players to play for the Chunichi Dragons, a profes. sional Japanese organization. Larry Doby died at the age of 78. He had already been inducted into the National Hall Of Fame at the .. time of his death. iD YoU KnOw? Thomas J Mart in :me ..... Stop (h.e.:Watered grass : short roots, niiling it to srirvive : Water grass every 10-14 in :. only as needed in spring and summer. :. .. '., \ ,, lr. .; "" .,., ..;.:, I,., -cilways fol19w yolirJoaalwatering. restrictions. : .. .. : .. A Florida-frieilQly landscape water ; and protects the environment. For more '-'-information and on Florida-friendly landscaping, contact your-. county's Extension office (look in the of your phone book) and askfor the Florida Yards & Neighb.orhoods Program .... For information a11d to order free Florida-Frien4ly Landscaping tip cards, visit WATERMATTERS.ORG ,,. Or calll-800-423-11#76-(FL only), 4757 1 I ', "" UFlUNIVU.SITYol 1FIDRIDA Yards 1r lixta1sian Nelah ,. (352) 392-1831, ext 220 C invented the early I : J!'ire Extin,gusher W .March, 1872 0 ,. ..


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.................................... ................ 0 N N > a: ex: ::> a: m L1J LL >=' < c a: u.. > "" < c a: u.. c z < c en .... w :::;) 1-&: w > w c w l: en :J m ::::0 0.. z tu ..J ..J :::;) m ..!a : : : :-: w z i i -: -: ;:::: z w en < c a: 0 ..J u.. c I 0 C\1 w (!) "FRANK" GRANT "The Colored Dunlap" August 1 1865 -May 27 1937 Entered Hall Of Fame : 2006 (Special Committee as a Player) Ulysses "Frank" Grant was born the same yearin which Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation As a 21year-old ; he launched his career in 1886 as a second base-. man. He played with the. Meriden Connecticut Buffalo Bisons, the Harrisburg Ponies, the Cuban X-Giants, the Genuine Cuban Giants, and the Philadelphia Giants. For 6 Grant played i n the integrated minor leagues before being forced, by racism,-to tour with Black teams : He played all positions on the field demonstrat ed speed, range, and agility has often been referred to as the greatest African American player of the 19th century Grant ended a career that spanned 20 years in 1903 while a member of the Cuban Giants. He died at the of 71 5!:71!1 cftarleJon a :Jlus OnDecember 1, 1955, sh' e the course of history and inspired us all. e9?o.sa c[}Jat:ks 7973-2005 HART Changing to serve you better. HAitrinfo Une 813-254-4278 IDD 813-626-9158 www. hartlirie.org ."SATCHEL" PAIGE July7, 1906 June 8, 1982 -Entered Hall Of Fame: 1971 Satchel Paige was born in Mobile, Alabama as Leroy Robert Paige, said he ot his n ickname hustling. aggage at t-he Mobile Railroad Depot. I Paige began pitching and became an exceptional p i tche ile in reform school. In 1924, he met the manager of Mobile Tigers and fired 1 0 fastballs past the manager in an audition. During his 40-year Paige became known as a showman and played on several teams. He is said have pitched 2,500 gaf!leS, completed 55 no-hitters, and performed before millions in the United States, the Caribbean, and Central America. He started 29 games in month in Bismark, North Dakota and is said to have won 1 04 of 105 games in 1934. He became known as the oldest roo kie pitcher in the Major League when he entered at the age of 42. He spent a of 18 years in the Major Leagues, but retired twice. Paige was the first player of the Negro League to Inducted Into the National Baseball Hall Of Fame. WALTER "BUCK" LEONARD September 8, 1907 November 27, 1997 Entered Hall Of Fame: 1972 A first baseman, Walter "Buck" Leonard started his career with the Brooklyn Royal Giants and -went o n become the backbone of the Homestead Grays. A _eft-handed hitte r. played in 11 East-West All-Star games He also set a of the longest term of service with one team in Negro League history py remaining with the Grays for 17 years At the age of 52, Leonard to school and earned his high sc J hool diploma. During the year wlien he would have graduated, there was no African American high school in his native Rocky Mount, North Carolina:


JOHN HENRY "POP" :LLOVD \' April 25, 1 .;;. 1 .. -' 19, "':. Entered Hall Of 1977. .. ,... ;. # ... Born ip Palatka, Florida, ,.. John L _IQyd began i pla.yind! : for the Cuban X. as a shortstop in 1906. During his career, he also played for the Philadelphia Giants, the Leland Giants, the Chicago American Gian .ts, the Brooklyn Royal and otner teams bef9re ending his career with the Harlem Stars in 1931; He also managed the Brooklyn Royal Giants, the Columbus I Buckey, es, the New .York' and the Hilldale JAMES .: RALEIGH "BIZ" MACKEY -. r I I october 12, 1 880 26, 1951 Entered Hall Of Fame : 2006 (By Special Committee as a Plt:wer) .. Kcenterfielde_r, Pete Hill -. -. played baseball for 27 years. beginning in 1899 with the Pittsburgh Keystones. He also played with the l:eland Giants, the American Giants, the Cuban X Giants, -' the Philadelphia Giants, and the Detroit Stars. -' July27,1897. Septeml;?er 22. 1965 Entere.;J. Hall Of Fame: (By SpeCial Committee as a:," Player) '' > James "Biz" Mackey started playing baseball in 1920 as a Catcher with the Hilldale Giants. Other teams he played for during his 27-year career included the Philadelphia Stars, the Newark Eagles, the Indianapolis ABCs, the Baltimore Black Sox and Hill is considered by baseball enthusiasts as one of the the Homestead Grays: drive hitters of his day. Some ofhis:teammates Mackey also managed the Newark Eagles and the Daisies. Rube Foster, Lloyd and ... : Baltimore Sox... Lloyd was cirie of the best Black player.s of the dead ball In addition to playing the sport, Hlll.served as of The high points of his era. His style of play led fans to name him "EI: Cuchara" the legendaiy Leland Giants of 191 o, : and mariaged the came during .his era ("The Shovel"). .: ,:: .. Bears. .: ; : when he led the .. He was affectionately given the of "Pop" by the to a Colored World Senes he mentored ... .. : ::: He is naving a n impressive record of 2 ?-6. Championship ir.:!. 1925 His .' He out his career with the Detroit Stars jus t as the lifetime batting average : newly form8d National was taking shape. was .329, inplud,ing '-, ----. .. -.. ... .--. .. ... --.----'. -. seasons of .418 w1th Hill d1ed at the age of 70, and was Inducted tnto the 1 d' p l's 1922 and IS rt S t I Ad rt I n tana o 1 m uppo en lne ve ISers Basebarr as a in .413 and A26 with Hilldale 2006 by a special committee. 1 in 1923 and 1 930. -"fhanks Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. and Dr. Glenn Cherry for inspiring me and keep doing what you do no tnatter whai. David Gay, CEO :::tl c m aJ c :::tl )> :xJ -< ,!') N 0 0 .....,, r 0 g tn m z -t z m r;-CJ c r .. r m -t z "tJ c aJ r c;; : ::::1: m c m < m :::D -< -t c m en c :t> z c :xJ c G') m N .... I c


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7, 1 Negro League Players Inducted Into Hall Of Fame 1 MONFORD "MONTE" IRVIN February 25, 1919-Entered Hall Of Fame: 1973 Monte Irvin is considered one of the African American baseball ptayers befo -re inte, I-.$ J'jJ\.t \.'' \ gration. 1 his, career playing Field in i 1949 with the Newark Among h!s teammates on the Eagles were Willie Wells, Biz Mackey, and Mule Suttles. Irvin began playing with an integrated team in 1949 and was a _key contributor to two Giants pennant-winners, batting .458 in the 1951 World Series. As a teenager,..,Mqnte Irvin set a New Jersey state high school record for throwing the He currently resides in Homosassa, Florida ::: LOUIS "TOP" SANTOP January 17, 1890 January 22, 1942 Hall Of Fame: 2006 ( Santop, a left-handed batter, began his career in 1909 with the Philadelphia Giants. Santop was the starting catcher for Hilldale when they won three straight Eastern colored League pennants in 1924, and >. : May 8, 1 _901 September 4, 1979 : Entered Hall of Fame: 2000 (By Veterans Committee, Negro Leaguer) Given th e of_:"Turkey," Norman Stearnes was considered as ooe of the most prolific home n.J'rf hitters in the Negro leagues:\ie led the Negro .Nationa1 League in home runs six times and is said to have hit at least 140 rou in 585 career games. In 1934, Stearnes played in a four-te _am doubleheader ankee Stadium in front of 30,000 fans. He played Center Fielder with such tearris as the ru ... .,n"mo Giants, the Montgomery Sox, the Memphis Red the Detroit Stars, and the Kansas City Monarchs. WILBER "BULLET JOE" ROGAN July 28, 1889 March 4, 1967 Entered Hall of Fame: 1998 As a pitcher, Wilber "Bullet Joe" Rogan began his career with the Kansas City Colored Giants in 1917. He later served as the manager for the Kansas City Monarchs. A late comer to baseball, Rogan had already celebrated his 30th birth day when he joined the Monarchs in.1920. When not on the _mound, he played Outfielder. In 1922, Rogan led Negro National League with 16 home runs. ::: .. :. ;::: : .. :. .. :: := JOS MENDEZ March 19, 1887-October31, 1928 EnteffKj Halt Of Fame: 2006 A native of Cardenas, Matanzas, Cuba, Jose Mendez was a pitcher for the Cuban Stars. In all probability, Mendez was the first internationally known Cuban baseball star. His teammates gave him the nickname of "Black Diamond," and he' was known for his fastball and sharp curve. As a member of the Cuban Stars, Mendez once pitched a perfect, 1 0-inning game in 1909. This section was researched and compiled by Sentinel Staff writer, Iris B. Holton J "T1 '::JJ -c "T1 m Ill c: lJ )> lJ -< _!\)-N c c """' "T1 r-0 lJ 6 )> CJ) m z -t z m r;lll c: r rm -t z c: Ill r-Cii ::::t m c m < m lJ -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 lJ c Cl m N w I c


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