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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa B ay Area --_ I / .' I': am1 ias SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 BLACK HISTORY PROGRAM ATVETERANS HOSPITAL The James A. Haley Veteran's Hospital African-American Employment Program Annual Black History Month Program was held on Friday, February 20th in the auditorium of the VA Hospital. The program's theme was "The Quest For Black Citizenship in the Americas" and paid tribute to the NAACP Centennial. Members of the African-American Employment Program are: first row (seated): Melissa McZell, Kateriniea Littles, Tomeka Tookes and Barbara Nollie. Second row: Kay Smith, Krystal Harrell, Erika Culver, Maria Glover, Nadine Love, Sheila Miller, Linda Magers, Jacqueline Horton and Ada Luke. Third row: Anthony Becton, George Young, Moses Phelps, Michael Benning, Haywood Pittman and Willie Luke. (Photograph by James McAllister) One Rescued, Others Still Missing SEE PAGE 3 Student Wins 'Best' In Science Fair SEE PAGE 2 -FCAT Practice Exam Saturday SEE PAGE 3 Dice Game Lads To Arrest e SEE PAGE 16

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0) g Features N (") J: u a: <( == < c en w ::> 1-Cl a: LL. Cl z <( c en w ::> 1-ft w > v W Cl w :::t: en :J m ::> D. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z i= z w en <( Cl a: 0 ...J LL Fami,v's Matriarch Dies Suddenlv MRS. RACHEL ANN PHILON BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor To a family of 11 children, who were very close to their mother, death came too quickly for them last Friday evening. She died at home. Mrs. Rachel Ann Philon probably knew i:nore than she shared with her family, "because she knew that we'd be sad," son Michael Philon stated. She was 74 years old and would have celebrated a birthday And He'll Hool( You April 1oth. Mrs. Philon is being described as a woman who had a passion for children, hav ing reared 11 of her own -6 boys and 5 girls. While others sought employment outside of the home, Mrs. Philon had her hands full with her own, followed by the care she gave to 41 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchil. dren, all of whom at some point were touched by her love But the love didn't stop with her family. There were many others that she cared for . :BJtriga hom:eriiaker, Mrs. Philb'ii is described as being "one of the best cooks around. She could bake and cook. In 1949, Mrs. Philon, a native of Alabama, married Grady Philon. They were married 60 years. To this union were born: Joe, Grady, Jr., Michael, Eddie (in California), Don and Darrell; and daughters, Lizzie (Alabama), Cheryl, Debra, Joyce and Pam, She was a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill. Funeral services for Mrs. Philon will be on Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 2 p. m. Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of services. Subscribe Today! "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" Call: 13 248-1921 Student Wins 'Best Of Fair' In Science Competition JASMINE ROBERTS ... Wins "Best Of Fair" A Hillsb<;>rough County Public School student will represent the state in the 'sCi ence competition later this year. She will also compete against other stud. ents in an international competition. Jasmine Roberts, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. Justus (Minnie) Roberts, Sr., captured the first place in the category of Medicine & Health during the competition last Thursday night. She also won the title of "Best of_ Fair" Projects. Competing i'n the Hillsborough County Regional Science & Engineering Fair, Jasmine's project entitled: .'Does Hyperglycemia Have An Effect -On Alzheimer's : A lll Y l -p_d f! rl; .. fi!' Pathology In The Br_ain? The premise 'ofthis eJq)eri_meqt .r.eJ!l. tionship betWeen Alzlieimer's Amyloid-Beta and Hypergly, cemia (diabetes) pathology in three brain regions: 1) Hippocampus, 2) En to rhinal Cortex, and 3) Frontal Cortex. Describing her project, Jasmine said the purpose of this experiment is to determine if hyperglycemia (diabetes) is a risk factor that affects the level of AmyloidBeta (AB) plaques in Alzheimer s patients. As the first place winner in her category, Jasmine won more than $1,100 in prizes. Th e win also enables her to compete at the State leveL Also, she won over $1,100 in awards. In addition, she won "Best of Fair" Science Fair Project. This title, which designates her project as the best in all categories in the compe tition will allow Jasmine to represent the State of Florida at the Intel International Science Fair later this year. Jasmine will compete against thousands of science projects globally. Students participating will represent more than 55 different coun tries in the competition. A member of Bible-Based Fellowship of Temple Terrace, Jasmine is a wtli grade student at Wharton High SchooL She enjpys playing spending time. _with friends, going to the movies, and reading. An ACT-SO fs alsc;> a of the NAACP. Youth She is employed part-time at the Science Laboratory at the University of South Florida and spends much of her time at the lab during the summer._ Jasmine plans -to become a medical doctor spe cializing in neurology or car diology. Her ultimate goal is to become the Surgeon General of the United States. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or byemail iholton@flsentinel.com

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Features Coast Guard Resuces 1, 3 Football Plavers Still Missing _?:< :: )> On Saturday morning, four friends boarded a 21-foot ves se l for a daylong fishing expe dition. However, the men were reported missing after they failed to return from the trip several hours later. The U. S. Coast Guard re ceived the call for help at ap proximately 1:30 a. m., Sunday The families and friends of Victor "Marquis" Cooper, 26, a member of the Oakland Raiders; Corey Smith, 29, a member of the Detroit Lion1;;; Nick Schulyer, 24; and 25-year old William Bleakley. As of press time on Monday, the tJ. S. Coast Guard had lo cated Schulyer clinging to the side of the boat. He was airlifted to Tampa General Hospital, where he was ad mitted in serious condition The Coast Guard is continu ing its search for the other three men. According to the Coast Guard, the men left from the Seminole Boat Ramp in Clearwater at approximately 6:30 a. m., Saturday in an Everglades 21-foot center console boat. They were re ported missing after they did not return as expected from the fishing trip. Cooper is the registered owner of the boat. : Both Marquis Cooper and Corey Smith are former members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers football team. Cooper played in 2004 and VICTOR "MARQUIS" COOPER .. Oakland Raiders -. . 2005 as a linebacker He also played with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Pittsburgh Steel ers before joining the Oak land Raiders. Smith was a member of the Buccaneers lineup from 2002 until 2004. He was a four-year letterman at North Carolina State and played for the San Francisco 49ers as a defensive end before joining the Detroit Lions. Both Bleakley and Schulyer are former members of the University of South Florida football team. Bleakley lettered in 2004, 2005, and 2006 as a tight end. Schuyler was a walk-on defensive end in 2006. He did not letter. "It feels like my greatest fear coming true -it doesn't feel real," Cooper's wife, Rebekah, told CNN affiliate WfSP in Tampa on Sunday COREY SMITH ... Detroit Lions afternoon. ''I'm just waiting for a phone call." Cooper said she became worried Saturday night when she didn't hear from her husband who, along with his friends, had left on the trip in the early morning hours. She called her husband's fishing buddy, Brian Miller, who contacted the Coast Guard with the coordinates of where the men planned to fish. Usually I'm on the boat. It's a little difficult wondering if something would have been different if I had been there," Miller said. "Or who knows? They may be just sitting out there with a broken motor and that's what we're hoping for. He said it was clear some thing was wrong when Cooper didn't call Saturday night. "He should've been within FCAT Practice Exam Saturdav BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Pastor Karen Pierce, Pastor of Family Ministries at the Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace alerts parents that the Educ a tion Enhancement Ministry iq conJunction with Ad te!lrning Centers will bffe r Practice Exam on. Sa tUrday, March 7th, 9 a. m : :..: 11 a: m. . . ... ': "FCAT exams begin on Monday, March 10th (through M en m z ::::! z m r I tD c:: process of gathering more inJ= formation. Our thoughts and m prayers go out to the passengers their families and those "'D involved in the search ef c:: forts." tD r Cii Michelle B. ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -1 Referral Service (813) 495-3702 1-866-352 c:: m CJ) c )> z c ., :XI c

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0) Editorials & Columns M' FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., :!: Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. County Clerk Pat Frank disagrees. "It's very distUrb. ffi ing," she says. "Evecybody ill my office has a dark cloud iij hanging over their head." Indeed, there seems to be C more to this story tJ})ln the eye. W Perhaps, th!s is the missing link. Supposedly,_ court .representatives an4 other allied politicians have ::i believed some time that county clerks wield too m much unchecked power. So, what better way to check ::l such a possibility, but by limiting such power while sav ing money: j: We suggest a closer look at the car4s on the. w What bothers us are the585 Countyjobs hari..-ing in the .,.. ..J balance if the Court Clerk bill becomes law. ::;) m .:.. w z i= z w UJ No More Black Historv: savsWho A nd would you believe it came froin a Black colum-_ Just as Month celebrations were about to kick mto h1gh gear last month, a .;;a coluinnist took it upon herself to question such celebra.tion8. . Say-Qlg that .since Black Americans have BarackObama :as President o( United States, well as having Jllacks job, in practically major industry, i -and having inade 'certain. that voting and ciw r.ight$ .aJ;'e : no longer an. issue, the said we Black folks 'shouid simply teach and 'celebrate AMerican Histoey. ; other )Ve lllck History! : welt,' we tliibk oili-ooiUm:Dist friend should get over her : .fantasy! : PUtting it bluntly, such opmi9ns, which. seem to $BY ha:Ye '"reached the Promised Land and struggle .is :over," are That Barack Obaina was elected President should not be a barometer of whether or not our children and adults need to learn about. Black History. Indeed, teach, ing Black History and Black History celebrations will be for decades, if not centuries to come. There is no doubt our need to learn about the struggles our'ancestors have faced and overcome as lessons -in personal perseverance, pride and respect. Black History lessons remind us that the problems we face today' are minor to problems faced by our ancestors. It reminds us of who and what we are, individually -:t and collectively, not only as Americans, but as members w of the world community. (!J For, surely we must remember, our dreams must fly farther than a football, baseball, rap-stage or drug-deal. Your Friend, Your Enemv B eginning this month, officials keep their eyes turned toward the possibility of fires: They are warning that everyone should be prepared for the worst because of the threeyear drought we're experienc ing. We seldom give much thought to the idea of an out of-control fire because we live within the city limits. In fact, most fires are quickly con tained. But, we must be mindful from now until May when the rainy season begins. We view fire as a part of life. We cook with it, we heat water to wash our clothing, and we keep warm with it. But, when it destroys every thing you own or claims the life of a .loved one, then we realize just how quickly a Haiti: friend becomes an enemy . So far this year, officials have battled s6o wildfires and the year is barely three months old. Last year tpere were 430 for the entire year These statistics are astound ing, especially with the econom}i being as it is. . It won't be so easy to bounce back from any type of tragedy because the tradition al forms of help are quickly drying up. This puts the ball in our court. We must practice cau tion when dealing with fire. We should take heed to the warnings and make sure that we don't leave any open flame unattended. If we decide to pull out the grill because the weather is nice, then we must make a conscious effort to keep a watchful eye on it. We can't throw lit cigarette or out of open car windows, and we can't just burn tra.Sh in the yard. we' have enough natural causes of fire; such as a light ning strike to worry about. Arid, we al'so h ave worry about the occasional arsonist who may take advantage of an already dry situation. Officials say the most com mon causes of fire are: burn ing trash,. arson, equipment fires, children, and campfires'. They warn to keep objects away from stacking up around your home and prop erty. You might be surprised just how quickly a fire started by a single spark can get out of control. Be careful. 19th And Earlv 20th Centurv Revolutionsl B y now, I hope some of you have become interested in helping Haiti as a result of previous columns. Representatives from two nonprofit organiza tions helping With the situation in Haiti indicate that "hunger is a real problem :there." Patricia Eddy of Help Bring Hope for Haiti Inc. and Francois Pardieu, of Central Organization for Community :both indicate that rice, dry beans, dry milk, sugar, peanut butter, adult vitamins, vitamins (gummy melt too easily in Haiti's heat) and all kinds of over-thecounter medicines are need ed. Eddy says "antacids like Turns are also really needed; at this time," Pardieu's organization is active in in outlying areas in Haiti. While farmers are given seeds by international help organizations, the farmers are in dire need of fertilizers and tractors due to depletion of the soil by a series of storms and fields that were left barren in the 198o's when trade laws placed Haitian rice and sugar farmers in competition with cheap imported American rice and As stated earlier, Haiti has a history of numerous revolutions. Jn 18.43, President Jean Pierre Boyer was o verthrowri by Charles Riviere-Herard, only soon to. be overthrown himself. After a series of other revolts and brief: presidC:mci.cs, in Soulouque; another fonper sJave, be. caine of to_ one source, successive revolts and pre.sidencies feet' by General Fabre Geffrard; Sylvain Salnave and Nissage Saget brought sev eral ccmstitutional governments and the reintroduction of "official Roman Catholic instit:utions, including to the rtanon." , 'ln 1874; Haiti began a 27 year period of "democratiC peace, i -ntellectual cultural growth .. and ecpnomic devel opment" under the leader1:;hip of Michel Domingue; Lysias Salomon, Francois Denys Legitime, Florvil Hyppolite, Tiresias Simon Sam and Pierre Boisrond-Canal. Moreover, Haiti experi enced an improved economy, stability of the nation, improved condition of its peo ple and the development of industrial sugar and rum industries near. Port-au-Prince Beginning in 19H;:,: a series' of revolutions t.he, United states taking c9ntroJ o.:f. aa:iWs onJy bank and the .government's treasury. . .ln .l91.5 ... tqe IJaitHn response to concerns of American banks. Reportedly, under American occupation, Ha.iti's debt stabi lized; corruption was reduced and the country's public health, education and agricul tural development were greatJ:y T .he Haitian : National Assembly signed a treaty making Haiti a U.S. protectorate, with "American officials taking over control of Haiti's Financia.l Adviser, Customs Receivership, the Constabul'!ry, Public Works Service and P11blic Health Service for ten years".

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'Darwinian Conservatism' In terms of natural selec tion and survival of the fittest, Larry Armhart has got it all figured out. Says, this Northern Illinois University political theorist, "If humans are noble savages, given by nature to goodness, then government must take care not to corrupt our lofty intentions. However, ifwe are degenerate at heart, then government must act to rein in our base impulses because," con cludes Mr. "A," "when we think about the interplay of individual survival and group selection, evolutionary biology suggests we might be a lit tle bit of both." Both what? Both good and bad? Both sane and neurotic? What about both humanitarian and racist? And now that we have a Black president, to what degree can we remain standing on the ledge of continuing to believe that skin color determines human superiority? What started this whole mess is a of Charles Darwin's origi nal theory of organic evolu tion, wherein he concluded that due to natural selection, the fittest organism is always that organism that survives. Grasping for straws to offset the nightmarish guiltcomplex of human slavery, an infant generation of racists soon de-evolved Darwin's ideas into a mumbo-jumbo theory they called "Social Darwinism In Social Darwinism, the central argument is those human beings who are most fit to survive are the ones whose;proven dominance can b e s e'en and felt, rtottf-i'c :aJ.Iy educationally, religiously, culturaUy and; militarily. Hence, "the White Man's Burden" was born, which was the glib .idea that for those to whorli much" is given, much in a paternal istic way -is-required. Thanks to Darwin's misquote, generations of men, women and children got ground up in senseless wars only to determine whose birth-right was the biggest. Indeed, it became a way to side-step the real issues and concerns of a day. People who were starving could be pulled off center and sent goose-stepping into oblivion if only they were given the face of some-one or somegroup they could identify as a racial enemy or as an ethnic inferior. In Germany, Jews paid a terrible price for such dishonor. Gypsies throughout Europe were hunted down and persecuted as thieving thugs who lived to dance and deceive. And here, in the United States, after the American Indian's disposition proved he could not withstand such pressure, the African American was draft ed to play the part of "Git low," on a continuous basis, until recently Now, thanks to a young Black President whose weak est characteristic is that he is utterly eloquent, the world no lopger looks upon Black Americans as a people who could, but never did Our name has thus been changed to "Yes-We-Can and Yes-We-Are!" So, what is to be done with Social Darwinism? For, surely, in America, as far as Black folks are concerned, Darwin's mispronunciation has outlived its welcome, which brings us back to Professor Armhart and his personally coined phrase Darwinian Conservatism Yes, human beings are both good and bad, humanitarian and racist. But neither of those ironies gives us reason to be -murderous,-' rud e, or stupid. Perhaps, one day, we may evolve beyond all four. And when we 'do, Conservatism will cease to be a word embraced by arrogant little boys and girls who dream of being better than everyone else. uThe Voice of Our Community Speaking forlts(df". ' . L J j ''"' -I : fl sentlneJ Buiietin a : ; c m (J) c l> Man, This Is Derrick Brooks s: )> ]J (") J: w 1\) 0 0 CD S orne of the finest men on earth have worn the colors of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The names of David Logan, Derrick Brooks, Warrick Dunn and John .Lynch. come. immediately to mind. Professional football is big business. Owners are in the business to win. I have heard that over and over again, and I understand that The Bucs recently released some veteran ball players who made significant contri butions to the organization. The Bucs have attributed it to going in a new direction with an emphasis on young talent. I can understand four of the cuts. I don't know that these moves were good or bad The 5th player has caused an uproar in Bucdom. That 5th player was longtime Buccaneer, Derrick Brooks. Man that is a prob lem that defies logic Man, we are talking about Derrick Brooks. Brooks is a man who has been and symbolizes all the Bucs wanted to be or hoped to be. He is still a fantas tic football player. He truly lovedthe Bucs and was very dedicated I am sure that Derrick was aware that he was nearing the 'end of his career. But, I am just as sure that he did not expect his separation from the a:ucs h> what i t is. Man, this is Derrick Brooks. He didn t deserve to be pushed out the door so suddenly and under the cover of darkness. Mr. Brooks was totally shocked by the news of his release. Buccaneer fans didn't expect that either. If Brooks could have stayed with the -Bucs for one moreseason I believe he would have left on his own. Brooks' civic and. social activities off the football field made him a fan favorite. Being a fan favorite has a lot of Buc fans upset with the Buccaneers. As late as last week Mr. Brooks met with the Bucs new defensive coordinator to go over defensive schemes and terminology. During those sessions Brooks had no indication the Bucs were planning on cutting him from the team Man! You d .on't handle Derrick Brooks that way. The question being asked by fans is: Are the Glazers getting ready to sell the team? Are they lowering the salary cap of the team in preparation? There is now a rumor circulating that Chris Sullivan of the Outback chain and Ed Debartolo, the former 49ers owner are interested in the team. Derrick Brooks deserves better based upon his service to the team r 0 ::rJ a )> en m z ::! z m r I l7l c: r r m ::! z "D c:: l7l r For our oavs To Come. c;; :I: m c m < m T _!' J'?y is it that at the f f ?eginning of Black History Month, we are excited at the prospect of celebrating our history? By the same token, why do we, at the close of Black History Month, pack up the artifacts, books, clothing and mentali ty(s) safely away until the next time we have to pull them out again? Really is it for show? Or, is it because, like others, we only see the relevance and convenience fqi;" ils.,ii, painful? Or, has our society truly its role and participation of the most crit ica) anp, yile time of devei.:'. opinental period? In my opinion, there is no other group of people who has more cause to embrace, remember and celebrate its history than those of us in this country who are the descendants of African slaves. Today, Black American youth have no love for their history that is so interwoven in American History. Most of them are unable to cite five important Black American figures For sure, the first that would come to mind is, of course, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. following him would be Malcolm X, profited and held a high Mrs. Rosa Parks, advantageallovertheworld. President Barack Obama, Why have we as Black m Frederick Douglass, Americans played into this fg Booker T. Washington, game offraud and deception? Harriet Tubman or Is it because we ourselves ......, George Washington have grown tired and weary? Carver. But then, they might Have we thrown up -our C mention Condoleezza' hands in defense of all the '11 Rice, Mary McLeod years of hatred, racism and 2:! Bethune, Marcus Garvey, discontent? Oh don't you C Min. Louis Farrakhan, even think that the election of Michael Jordan or a Black man as President of Muhammad Ali. Okay, they the United States has might be able to fi_ve! . anything. Except by Thank YQU, Lord. "'' 1 '' : ( ) I ,, tlie' of'mei:cy oJP,oa a 'iid At any rate,. the pomt the tyrannical administration be t aken that Black of the last eight years of the Amen can History far White House there would oe beyond a morlth-long . ... b t w h t t b no discussiOn of this manner. ra 1?n. e 0 e Jt is time that Black teachmg our children every Am H' t b k d day so that they grow up _encan Is ory oo san knowing who they are whose art1facts are left on the tables they are, and where have for our grandchildre.n to come from. explore and ask questiOns. For that matter our chi!-Undeniably, th.ere is one dren need to know,that ifnot other thing. For as long as for their ancestors this contithere is the Blacl,< Press ,aQd. nent, having for Media, our history will always hundreds of years from the be told and be a marker for blood sweat and tears of future generations. It will slaves would not I endure to the end to point repeat; would not have Black Americans to the good, able to engage or encourage .bad and ugly times or our other great nations Yet, with-days gone by and days to out even mentioning these come. contributions, Auerica has Peace _Be Unto You.

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0') M Commissioners ::!!: seek APPlications C/) For Citizen Boards The Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners is seek ing residents to serve on several County citizen advisory boards and councils. Residents interested in seeking appoint ment must be registered voters in Hillsborough County. The positions are voluntary and members serve without compen sation. Tlle deadline for applying is Thursday, March 19. Appointments will be scheduled for a meeting of the Board of County Commissioners in April or May. .' .. The boards are as Child Care Facilities Advisory Board, 4 vacancies; Child Care Licensing }learing Officer, 2 vacancies; Children's Services Advisory Board, 1 vacancy; Code Enforcement Board, 1 vacancy; Early Learning Coalition Of Hillsborough County, 1 vacancy; Enterprise Zone Development Agency Board, 1 vacancy; Family Child Care Home Advisory Board; 3 vacancies; Gas Board of Adjustment, Appeals & 2 vacancies; Historical Advisory Council, 2 vacancies; Housing Finance Authority, 1 a: vacancy; .Mechanical Board of Adjustment, Appeals 1.L and .Examiners; 2 .vacancies; Plumbing Board Of Adjustment, Ap.peals & _Examiners, 2 vacancies; and the <( Water Conservation Technical Advisory Committee; 2 vacan,cies. :For more information to tenp.lengths, qualificaw tions and other information, contact Luann Finley, Director 9f > .. a: w > w c w :::1: C/) :J m ::::) 0.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m I ...J w z i= z w C/) <( c a: 0 ...J I.L Governmental Organization Have 4 Scholarships Available. The City of Tampa and the Florida Governmental Collaboration Organization (FGCO) are preparing to present 4 scholar ships this year to deserving high school students._The scholarships will be presented later in the year Celeste "CeCe" Gibbons Peoples, City of Tampa .employee, who is the scholarship chairperson, said the Florida Governmental Collaboration Organization is comprised of the City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc., Hillsborough County Public Schools, City of Tampa Police Department, Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. Parade Committee, Hillsborough County Sheriffs Department, State of Florida and the Mayor's African-American Advisory Council. The City of Tampa's Black History Committee, chaired by Bettye Greene Johnson, will present a scholarship to a graduating high school senior in honor of (the late) Janet S. Martin. The Scholarship in honor of Bobby L. Bowden (retired) will be presented to a high school senior who will be attending FAMU and majoring in Political Science. The 2 scholarships under the banner of FGCO will be awarded to a senior from Middleton High School and one from Blake High School. Information on how to apply for the schol arship and the deadlines can be obtained by CECE GIBBONS-PEOPLES ... Scholarship. Chairperson calling Ms. Gibbons-Peoples at (813) 2748834, or stopping by 306 E. Jackson St. (2nd floor East Wing), downtown Tampa. "We want the students to start making application right away," Mrs. Gibbonssaid. Editor Gwen Hayes can be reached at (818) 248-192l or emailed at e..d:i::tor@jlsentinel.com. : ; l

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All About You Ills Whatltls ROBBIE MR. And MRS. BOLLES To my husband who rises as the sun sets. With all of our mistakes, we still stand tall. Missing you daily. Your wife, Karen. Married 6-15-07 TIFFANY t J;J).ppy 32nd -< 'you: -ail' but' hearts. Thank you for everything you have done for us. You always made a way for us to be happy, we love you very much, Phionna. Love, Shrek and the kids. If God never blesses me with anything else, I have Graduates From Basic Training AIRMAN NATALIE SAMUEL Air Force Airman Natalie N. Samuel has been blessed. Tiffany, I am over-graduated from basic mili-whelmed with the woman tary training at Lackland you have become. From the Air Force Base, San mother you are, to the Antonio, Texas. you take care of your little During the six weeks of sister in prison and her training, the airman stud-son. I pray for your salva-ied Air Force mission, tion, .lj:.Ap .piness, knowl-organization, core values, edgf:!::..wisdom and under-and military customs and \. Y.P..u .have a flocL .. of angels watching over and marches, you. and received physical From to .Brendatra:inirtg, rifle Omega, February: L : 1,' : ship, field training exercisYo ur grandmother es, and special training in Omega, February And I human relations. know in my heart that Boo.Boo Omega, February 28, would be just as proud of you as I am. Happy birthday, Tift'any. From your entire family. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate in applied science degree relating through the Community College of the Air Force Samuel is the daughter of Herman Samuel of University Square Drive, Tampa, and Annette Samuel of Vista Del Norte, San Antonio, Texas. Local Alumni Dav Held At Elementarv School -4 c: m CJ) c }< s: )> On Friday, February 20th, members of the community gathered at Booker T Washington Elementary School 1407 Estelle Street for their Alumni Day Celebration. Students from :::1: throughout the community who attended the school were invited to return for an evening w remembering the good ole days. (Photos by Jerry Brunson). 1\) 0 MS. DORETHA EDGECOMB Mark Perry posed a photograph of President Barack Obama while at the Booker T. Washington Alumni Day Celebration. Among those in attendance a:t the Booker T. Washington Alumni Day Celeb.-ation were Ms. Segeeta Bland, of Atlanta, and Ms. Erykah Tharpe. Me:qtbers of the "Dream Team" who attended the function were Ms. Sonia Coleman, Ms. Monica McPherson, and Ms. LaToya Cunningham. Toynita Martinez, Jason Pepe, Olivia Brown Andrew, Barbara Harvey, Fred Hearns, Alfred Thompson, and Kenya Jones, were among those who attended the Alumni Day Celebration at Booker T. Washington Elementary School. Millie Aponte, Sharlyn J\ponte, Cochran, and Deborah Johnson, on the front row. Albert Young, Sr., Sharon Benfield, and Natalie Simon, back row, were all in attendance at Alumni Day at Booker T. Washingto_ ri Elementary School. lOBI BIG ENIERIIINIIG 0 (0 "T1 r-0 :::D c )> CJ) m z -4 z m r;m c: r r m -4 z 'V c: m r-u; :I: m Q m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :::D c

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0) Local Men 01 Vision Service Organization Makes A Dine renee Young men attending Hills >borough County middle and high schools have an opportu a: nity to become a part of an orLL ganization geared toward brotherhood and community service. The organization, known as Men of Vision Broherhood Service Organization, focuses on helping young men reach their full potential e duca tionally while establishing a de sire to give back to the community Recently, Men of Vision Brotherhood Service Organization partnered with the Tampa Met ropolitan Ministries to continue its mission in giving back to the community for 2009. M e n of Vis ion has worked with several nonprofit organiz a tion over the past 4 years and feels that partnering with Metropolitan Ministries is a perfect fit in its giving back to the entire Tampa Bay cqmmunity commitment and not just East Tampa. Earlier this month, several high school and middle school memhers volunteered in helping with Community Outreach Services with Karl Celestine, Sr., Coordinator of Outreach and Marlyne Guilaume, the Volunteer Assistant with Metropolitan Min istries. Bryon Wright said, It's just the right thing to do in 2009, like Obama said it s time for a change and in order for change to happen we must change first." The organization has com pleted over 20 hours so far this year Ross Anderson, a teacher at Van Buren Middle School is the sponsor of the or ganization. Shown froptleft to right: Lamar Woods, Shyeem Barthel, Daniel Lewis, Bryon Wright, Karl Celestine, Sr., Coordinator of Outreach Services, Devante Danze, Gabriel Jenkins, and Devonte Robinson. Mr. Ross Anderson; Men of 0 Vision Sponsor, is not shown. Shown in this photograph are: J. Williams, Wildens Cajuste, Nickerson Cerome, and Devonta Henry. Shown on the back row are: Kamaro Mosley, Lamar Woods, Mr. David Williams, Katrina Kutz, Mr. Earl Grimes, Ms. Katrina Tony Thoma s, Devonte McCall, and James Elissaint. a: LL c z <( Cl en w ::::> .,.. > a: w > w c w ::I: en ...J r::c ::::> a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> Ill I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL. Former. Coach Holds Book Signing At Tampa Church Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church was the location of a book signing recently by former NFL Coach Tony Dungy. His newest release is entitled, Uncommon: Finding Your Path To Significance." The book signing took place on Sunday, February 22nd. (Photos by Brunson). Both Duane and Danielle Canady w ,ere on hand to obtain copies of "Uncommon: Finding Your Path To Significance" by Tony Dungy. Randall Woods proudly displays his copy of Tony Dungy's book.

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Scenes From Local Events Sisters Taking Charge And loving It BY ELEANOR L. MCCOY "Hello Divas!" was the greeting call on Valentine s Day 2009 as approximately soo women gathered at the USF medical com plex for a local getaway called Sisters Take Charge of Your Health. (Photography by Brunson) Some of those in attendance at the "Sisters Take Charge of Your Health" event were: Ms. Bonnie Ashberry, Ms. Gail Murray, Ms. Mae Garland, Ms. Debbie Murray, and Ms. Charlett Basin . ::. Arlene Blake, Sonya N. Muler, and Jazzmin Brown were ainong those who attended the women's health event. 4th Annual Heritage Golf Tournament Benefits ScholarshiP Fund -4 c: m (J) 0 }< s: )> :::0 0 ::I: The Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival (TBBHF) hosted their 4th Annual Heritage Golf Tournament on $-> Monday, January 19th (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day) at historic Rogers Park Golf Course (Photography by Brunson) o CD Dawn Wilkes; Marlene Clement and Gloria Young. Sulphursorinus Reunion Group Host Valentine's Ball. "T1 r-0 :::D 6 )> (J) m z :::! z m r-1 aJ c: r r m :::! Members of the Sulphur Springs Reunion Group held their Valentine's Ball recently at the letter Z Carrier's Hall. (Photography by Brunson). "'0 c: aJ rFred Brown and Dale Savage stopped by the Letter Carrier's Hall for the Sulphur Springs Reunion Group Valentine's Ball. Jamila Young and Kenneth Brascom, Jr., were among those who attended the Sulphur Springs Reunion Group Valentine's Ball. Fl,uker, Julia.Capehart, Ms. Lisa Thomas, M!iJ. Sharon Cromartie, AI Thomas, Sr., Ms. Ophelia Robinson, and Howard Rich all attended the event. Ci) ::I: m 0 m < m :::D -< -4 c: m (J) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :!:! 0

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Pictures From The Past These ladies are chatting Banquet evc:Dt. .1;1 "' do iry. crabbing as Ulese youngsters are . ... .. . . .In this photo taken at Roland Park School are Irene MUler, Ms. Bryant, Ms. King, Norma Johnson, and Edith Davis. .A Welcome To Roland Park School function was captured in this photo from tht past. . f. -t c: m en c )> lJ (') :I: 1\) 0 0 CD "TT 6 lJ en m z -t z m r;m c: .. m -t z "tJ c: OJ r-u; :I: m c m < m -f c: m en c -< )> z c

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TheEveot The Tiuer Tells ... Tiger Woods returned to the golf tour last week after nearly a nine-month absence. The eye of the Tiger told the story of his return. The eye told us that Woods had recovered from his knee surgery and that his immense golf talent was still intact. The eye also explained Tiger's second round early exit >-from the World Golf Championship. ii: The eye tol.d us that LL c Tiger had not yet gained Z his killer instinct: From Tiger plays. W He now knows exactly whatthe status of his com petitive game is. He knows ::J exactly what he needs to fine-tune. You better a.. believe that the next time Tiger in a golf w tournament he will be :I ready and the man to beat. :::::) ID ..:. w z i= z w U) a: 0 ..1 LL Rays Pitching Talent The Best The Tampa Bay Ray talented, young and deep pitchingc staff just may be the best in Major League Baseball. The staff composed of ace Matt Garza, James Shields, Scott Kazmir, Andy Sonnanstine and starter/reliever J. is the envy of baseball. It is deeper, more talented and a year wiser. County Teams Head To State At the bewnning of the basketball season, over 40 high schools began practicing with the dream of making it to the state basketball tournament's Final Four. Only two county teams had their dreams come true. The two teams are the King High School Lions, coached by Sam Lanier and the Tampa Prep Terrapins, coached by Joe Fenlon. The Terrapins will play Summitt Christian in the Class 2A bracket and the Lions will play Gainesville High in the 5A bracket. The Lions, 22-7, play Gainesville High on Wednesday night, March 4th at 7 p.m. The Terrapins, 26-3, will play on Thursday morning March 5th at 10 a.m. Both teams have a good chance of wfuniilg t:h.eir respective ,classification. The most .. highly touted game of the is the6A -semi-final betweeri Winter Park Hig-h School and Orlando Olympia . The State starts W ednesday, March 4th. Twentyfour teams will participate. P. Howell and highly Girls State Results N .... w touted rookie, David The Girls State Basket-Price has been added to ba}l tournament ended last the A n -of the Rays! Sat\ffday ni.ght. Six state starters had double digit champions were crowned. wins last year and they all In Class 1A, Lake Worth haie pitched in wd'rld christian beat FAMU. In Series. 2A! Orlando's First David has the Academy downed least amount of -to win. The top ence, but he is better than dog .. yv:as Parkway. the others. Baseball pe9ple : ;Acadexriy :Of'Miramar, FL. are already predicting a out 20-win season for the rook-. Moore to win ie. The Rays staft\ the 4i\Howri: . . ran past Ft. . Nova for the 5A Lake Mary eked by undefeated Miami Norland by a score of 27-25 to win the big school championship. Broncos Sign Saletv Dawkins Brian Dawkins recorded 75 tackles, three sacks and six forced fumbles last season. ENGLEWOOD, Colo. Seven-time Pro Bowl safety Brian Dawkins had a hard time not looking back Saturday after signing with the Denver Broncos following a 13-year run with the Philadelphia Eagles. So raw were his emotions over leaving Philly that he only wanted to talk about Denver, yet it was obvious from his puffy eyes that he'd spent plenty of time and emotions pondering about what he had left behind. To the Eagles' fans who relished his hard hits and big plays while he helped lead the team to five NFC championship games and a Super Bowl, Dawkins couldn't bring himself to say farewell. "I'll have a time to really sit down and have a conversation with them, but they know it. I':ve absolute ly enjoyed my timE) the,re, and this was a very' very' very emotional decision for me. Very emotional. I've been crying," Dawkins said after signing what is essentially a two-year, $9 million deal Rams Brown Becomes The Highest Paid Center 1 : ....... ST. LOUIS--The.St. Louis Rams made Jason Brown. the highest"paip center in the NFL on Saturday, signing the former Ravens lineman to a five-year $37.5 million deai -includi,ng $20 million guaranteed. Brown promised to do his part to lead the Rams, 5-27 the last two seasons, back to prominence. He compared the Rams' situation to that of the Ravens, who made it to the AFC champi onship game last sea. son a year after going 5-11, and pledged to be the first to show up for work and the last to leave. Browns TradeKellen Winslow To Talllpa Bav CLEVELAND --The spectacular moments were too few. The headaches, too many. K.ellen Winslow's five-year run with the Cleveland Browns, a suc cession of stops, starts and setbacks, is finally over. Cleveland traded the tal. ented and troublesome. former Pro Bowl tight end to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday in exchange:. for o draft picks new coach Eric Mangini can use to begin rebuilding the disappoint-ing Browns following a calamitous 2008 season. The Browns received a second-round pick this year and a fifth-round selection in 2010 for Winslow, whose stay in Cleveland was marked by brilliance, injuries and controversy. An All-American at Miami, where his infamous postgame "I'm a soldier" rant shaped outside opinion of him, Winslow missed most of his first two NFL seasons with injuries. KELLEN WINSLOW He nearly killed himself in a motorcycle accident, but came back and showed flashes of fulfilling his Hall of Fame pedigree. Winslow squabbled with Cleveland's front office this past season. He was almost always hurt, but he almost always played. Back in Florida, he's ready for a new beginning. Winslow will be reunited in Tampa with Alfredo Roberts, his tights ends coach in Cleveland the past two seasons. Jets Acquire CB Sheppard FromEaules NEW YORK-. The New York Jets shored up their shaky secondary Saturday, acquiring two.-time Pro Bowl cornerback Lito Sheppard from the Philadelphia Eagles for undisclosed draft picks. Sheppard, who spent his first seven NFL seasons with the Eagles, could immediately start in a Jets secondary that ranked 29th against the pass last year despite having Pro Bowl cornerback Revis and playmaking UTO SHEPPARD safety Kerry Rhodes. Avenue *Tampa, FL. 241-2301 or 247-3719 .. 79 And Up I Keys Made Latex Flat White Paint. ... ........ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl ......... $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set .... .................... $3.49 ea. -3" Brushe_ s ................................ 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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That's a tall order, even for a piayer as talented as Haynesworth. The 27-yearold All-Pro defensive tackle has to live 1,1p to the $100 million, seven-year contract he-signed Friday with the Washington Redskins, a team that reverted to form by snag ging. the biggest name available with a block ALBERT HA.TI.rnswoR.rii 'buster wit.J:rin. hours of the -start of agency. : ASHBURN, VA After signing a contract with an NFL-record $41 million in guaranteed money, Albert Haynesworth made a guarantee of his own. "You're not going to remember Albert Haynesworth as a bust," he said. At least he can claim membership in a champi onship team -as in champi ons of the offseason. The Redskins also spent the wee hours re-signing cor nerback DeAngelo Hall to a $54 million, six-year deal that includes $22 5 million guaranteed Heat To Retire Mourning's No. 33 MIAMI --Alonzo Mourning's jersey will soon hang over the Miami Heat's home floor. The Heat will retire Mourning's No. 33 in a halftime ceremony March 30, when Miami hosts the Orlando Magic. His will be the first Heat jersey to be retired by the team, which has previously put the numbers of Michael Jordan and Dan Marino on the arena wall. But it's long been Miami's plan to make Mourning the first Heat player to receive the honor. Mourning was part of Miami's NBA champi onship in 2006, a seven-Alonzo Mourntpg helped lead the Heat to the 2006 NBA championship. time All-Star and two-time He tried to return this NBA of season for one final cam-the ytiar it.e finished with paign, but retired for good of 17.1 on Jan. 22. and .. flp;r:i
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mr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 0 N M' :I: (.) a: =' < c (/) w ::::> .... c a: I.L c z < c (/) w ::::> .... > a: w > w c w :I: (/) ::::i m ::::> a.. z i= w ...I ...I ::::> m _j w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...I I.L Entertainment 'Jennifer Hu.dson: "I'm In A Verv Good Place" OPRAH WINFREY And JENNIFER HUDSON LOS ANGELES --Fresh off wowing the crowds at the Super Bowl and picking up her first Grammy Award, Jennifer Hudson continued her professional comeback today with a stop on Oprah Winfrey's couch. Although there was no spe cific mention of Hudson's family tragedy last fall (Winfrey attended the Chicago funeral for the Oscar winner's mother, b,rother and n ep h ew ) Hudson did o p e n up a b out h ow s h e s fee li ng after sever a l turbulent m o nth s 'I'm good, s h e sa id ''I' m r eally g ood. I'm ju s t g l a d to b e back and b e back to working a nd just doing wh a t I lov e to do .. .i' m in a very good place. Her renewed mood was owed in part, she said to her resurgence on the national stage, saying that performing for her is "like therapy," despite any nerves that ma y go along with performing on say, the biggest television event of the year. Of her Super Bowl national anthem, Hudson said there was too much going on for me to take it in." "It' s just like, I'm glad I made it to the end of the song That' s how I am. OK, I got this now, I'm home. I'm going home now Chris Brown Reunites With Rihanna In Miami MIAMI --Chris Brown was spotted Saturday and Sunday cruising on a jet ski in the waters around Miami' s .Star Island. Rihanna howev er, has not been seen outside the compound But that hasn't stopped paparazzi helicopters from buzzing overhead throughout the weekend. Rihanila and Chris Brown are back together E! News has learned that the R&B-star duo are spend ing one-on-one time at Sean "Diddy" Combs' Star Island mansion in Miami Beach. "It's very private; you can't see onto the property," a source said of Combs' nearly 13,000-square;foot beachfront home Earlier this week, sources said that the pair had been in touch, with Brown contacting Rihanna on her 21st birthday on Feb. 20. A rep the "Disturbia singer denied that she had talked to him on the phone, but...they apparently recon' nected somehow. 1 Place I Rarida Slntlael lewsrack In Great Places 0 (813) 248-1921 Ask fir lr.llla CHRIS BROWN While Chris is reflective and saddened about what happened, he is really happy to be with the woman he loves," a source told People, which first reported the apparent reconciliation This looks to be the pair' s first in-person reunion since Brown was arrested Feb 8 for allege'dly assaulting Rihanna and leaving her with visible injuries. Except for flashes of them in transit (separately) from here to there, and some pies of Rihanna that just surfaced from her sojourn to Mexico last weekend, both have lain incredibly low since. Brown; is due .to be arraigned in Los Angeles Superior Court on March 5 but, according to the L.A. District Attorney's Office that might not happen. "We don't have.the evidence yet [LAPD detectives] are still investigating, D.A. spokeswoman Jane Robison said 'Madea' locks Up Top Spot AtBoxOHice LOS ANGELES --Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail locked up $16.5 million in ticket sales to claim the top spot at the box office for a sec ond straight weekend, beating out Jonas Brothers : The 3D Concert Experience. Feisty, pistol-packin granny Madea remained unstoppable at the box office. The two pre vious films centering on Perry's foul-mouthed character 2005's D iary of Mad Black Woman" anc;l 20o6' s Madea's Family R e union -also debuted at No. 1 and they grossed more than $150 mil lion total. Simmons Happy To Pav $40,000 A Month For Kids RUSSELL SIMMONS NEW YORK-Russell Simmons says he's happ y to fork over $40,000 a month in child support for his two daughters Simmons blogged Friday about a court order issued Thursday that finalized custodial and financial arrangements for 9 -year-old Ming and 6year-old Aoki. Those are his children with ex wife Kimora Lee Simmons. Los Angeles Court Judge Marjorie Steinberg signed off on an agreement giving sole custody to Kimor;,t Lee Simmons, as well as child support. Simmons is to pay $40,000 a month until the girls are 19 and a half years old, but he says he wasn't forced to pay anything. Simmons says his kids have a fabulous life and he's happy to contribute to it. He says as long as he has money, they will have money. DMK Could Face 8 Years In Prison After Alleged Assault On Guard DMX Troubled rapper DMX may have put a damper on his plans to become a pastor upon his release from prison. X (born Earl Simmons), is facing an additional eight y ears in jail after he allegedly threw a tray of food at a Maricopa County detention officer The incident resulted in X being booked on felony a ggrav a ted assault charges on Wednesday. Th e 38-year-old r appe r, w ho is s e rving a go-day jail sent e nc e afte r pl e ading guilty on December 30 to felony charg es of theft, drug posses sion and a misd e me a nor ani m a l cru e l ty cha rge ; report e dl y becam e upset on Sunday w h e n h e w a s told h e c ouldn t h a v e a meal h e took from a s e rvi ng tra y M a ricop a County Sheriff Joe Arpaio s aid DMX thre w the tray a t a n office r who was not injur e d in th e incident. Though h e didn t physically strike the guard, the act meets the jail's defini tion of assault. X was alread y on a breadand-water diet after being. punished for an earlier rules violation at the jail on February 8 The Arizona Republic reported that earlier this month, X refused to report for a work assignment and didn't respond to calls for his medication later in the day. When he reportedly became agitated later in the day after not receiving his medication, a attempted to intervene and was said to be the subject of a "profanity-laced tirade from the rapper Thereafter X was placed in lockdown. The New Times reported that once in lock down, inmates don t get nor m a l jail food but something c alled Nutra-lo a f," a gro ss s l a b of m ystery food." A c cording to th e paper when an officer w ent to pass out th e e ve ning me a l on Sunday, X a lleg e dl y gr a bbed a meal th a t w as n t his Wh e n the offi cer told him to h and back f ood, DMX r eportedly responded b y throw ing the tray a nd yelling F -c--"The Voice Our Community Speaking for Itself" 1 SentJnelBuiietin M1T:RICA' S nlR E.\IOS'J'Sf:MI-Wl :T:Kl.Y (813) 248-1921 \

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Memoriam IN MEMORIAM HENRY LEE (HANK) HARDIN 10/24/372/29/96 Remembering: Wl_tat joy to l :::D 0 J: It hasn't slipped some caucus members' attention, for example, that Obama first host1\) ed congressional Republicans and the conserv-o 0 ative Blue Dog Democrats in his push toward co the political middle They say it's their job to ensure he remains true to cert a in priorities, such as fixing inner-city poverty that he once faced as a community organizer in Chicago. "He knows these issues, but I think it's very important that no group is taken for said Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Fla. "It doesn't matter who is president . if you're not in the U. S. Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) (R) speaks as Congressional Black Caucus Chairwoman Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) (2nd L) and House Democratic Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) (L) listen during a news con ference on Capitol Hill February 12, 2009 in Washington, DC. Members of the caucus discussed the economic stimulus package at the press conference. room, your interests will be lefton th e table Without question, Brown and other Africaq-American lawmakers say they are thrilled to have Obama in tbe White House, WASHINGTON--President Barack not just because he is the first Black ptesideni, but because his agenda aligns with theirs far more than former President George W. Obama may be in familiar company when he sits down for his first White House meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus, but it won t be a clul:iby reunion. Bush's did In turn, Obama relies partly on the organi zation's largely black constituents, who were a Members of the liberal, all-Democratic cau cus that just last year counted Obama as one of its own say they plan to press him on their priorities. The session could rekindle lingering differences Obama has had with the group, big factor in his presidential win . Any differences between Obama and the caucus are overblown, said the group's chair woman, Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif. His agenda is our agenda she said. Farrakhan: Don't tetObama EneruvDie Minister Louis Farrakhan addresses the Saviours Day Convention in Rosemont, Ill., last Sunday. ROSEMONT, Ill. Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan said President Barack Obama has ignited an unprecedented energy among people, and he urged followers to not let it die Farrakhan said Nation of Islam members must accept responsibility to build com munities. He said an econom ic package alone won't saveAriieridi.' The 75-year-old delivered a speech Sunday to thousands attending the movement's annual convention in a Chicago suburb. Mavor To .Quit over Obama Waterm_elori. E-Mail: : LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. The mayor of a small Southern California city .who was criticized for sending an e-mail showing watenpelons in front of the White House says he will give up the may oral post but remain on the City .Council. Los Alamitos Mayor Dean Grose heard calls for his resignation this week when he forwarded an e-mail showing a watermelon patch on the White House lawn under the title: "No Easter egg hunt this year." Grose has apologized and said he wasn't aware of the MAYOR DEAN GROSE racial stereotype that Blacks like watermelon. The mayor is a council member chosen to serve in that position by fellow mem bers of the five-se at council. Court Upholds Firing Of Trooper With Klan Ties Friday upheld the firing of a State Patrol trooper for his ties to the Ku Klux Klan Justice John Gerrard wrote that Robert Henderson voluntarily associated with an organiza tion that uses violence and terror to oppose the state's founding principles of equal ity and tolerance. Henderson, a trooper for 18 years, was dismissed ., r0 :::D c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 OJ C: r.r m ::! Z "tt c:. OJ r-. en J: m c m < m :::D -< -f c: m CJ) c )> z c ., :::D c References to the Obamas were everywhere at the two day convention, from keynote address to a session called the "Michelle Obama Effect" to a bazaar selling Obama T shirts. The Nation of'Isla,m reli gion has embraced black nationalism since it was founded in the '30s but it also has moved to include other groups including Latinos and Asians. Robert Henderson was fired as a Nebraska state trooper in 2006 after the patrol discovered he joined a racist group, OMAHA, Neb. --The Nebraska Supreme Court on in 2006 after the. patrol dis covered he had joined a racist group. He told an investigator he joined .the Knights Party -which has described itself as the most active Klan organization in the United States 'in June C) m 2004. .... U1

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g Crime News N ('t) > a: <( :::1 a: m w LL Dice Game leads To Man's Arrest en w :::1 .... 9 a: .u.. Q z <( RECHI L. BUfLER Charged with Aggravated Assault and Battery A 20-year-old Tampa man was taken into cus tody and charged after he allegedly punched another man and pulled a handgun. He was arrested a short distance from the location of the incident. According to police, Kenneth L. Wilson told police that he and Rechi L. Butler were involved in a dice game in the 4200 block of Louisiana. At some point the two men became involved in a dispute. Wilson told police that Butler punched him. in the face and then pulled a handgun. The two men struggled over the gun and Butler allegedly fired one shot Butler left the scene, but was located a short time later. Police were unable to locate a gun. He was charged with aggravated assault and battery. Wilson received a minor injury to his face, police said. TeenagersFace i Auto Theft Charue iij Q w ::c en ::J ID ::: z i=w ...J ...J ::: m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL TEVIN HOWARD Two teenagers were arrested Saturday night after they were reportedly observed in a stolen vehicle The incident took place shortly before 9 p m in East Tampa. According to police, Tampa Police Officers T. Sims and S. Barber were driving through the Sulphur Springs area when they observed a Ford F-350 being occupied by two young males. Tbe vehicle had been reported stolen to the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office. The officers attempted to complete a traffic stop, but the vehicle was abandoned near the intersection of River Cove Avenue and N. 17th Street. The officer CD established a perimeter in the area and 17 -year-old Darr.ell Whaling a.: Matthews and 18-year-DARRELL W. MATIHEWS old Tevin Jamal Howard were both taken into cus tody Matthews, who police said was the driver, was charged with grand theft auto, three counts of bur glary, and violation of pro bation. Police said Matthews was named on warrants for burglary by the Temple Terrace Police Department and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. Howard was ch;;rrged with or prowling and violation of probation Both are being held without bond and the investigation is continu ing. Items that had been reported stolen in other burglaries in St. Petersburg were also reportedly found in the truck, police said. !CORRECTION! It was printed in the Friday, February 27th, edition of the Sentinel that Ronald Pearson, 36, was arrested and charged with child abuse and neglect. Pearson was not arrested and charged in connection with the offense. We apologize for any inconvenience this error may have caused Pearson and his family. 10Arrested In Reverse Prostitution Sting Members of the Clearwater Police Department arrested 10 men this past weekend in connection with a reverse prostitution operation. The operation began at 3 p. m., on Friday and concluded at 1 a. m., Saturday. According to police, the men were arrested at vari ous locations in the East Gateway area of Clearwater. The area is bound by Drew Street on the south, Court Street on the north, Missouri Avenue on the east, and Highland Avenue on the west At the conclusion of the reverse operation, 10 men had been arrested and charged with. misd errieanor soliciting prostitution, 1 was charged with obstruc tion, 1 was charged with having no valid driver's license, 6 vehiclE)S were impounded, and 2 others were arrested on active warrants. The men ranged in age from 23 to 74. I Police arrested John Carey, 74; Robert Collins, 45 ; Jose Gomez, 45; Mayo Gonzalez-Flores, 37; Ronald Oldani, 62; Jose Quezada-Torres, 22; Pablo Rodriguez Espiritu, 36; Mariano Rodriguez-Martinez, 25; John Rudman, 38; and Delfino Panzo, 29. UNCLE SANDY ---------------------3,5, "When man is wrapped up in himself, he makes a 7, 8, 17, 23, 27, 31, 32, 35, 43, 48 pretty small acka e." Police Seek Bank Robberv suspect The suspect shown in this photograph is wanted in connec tion with the robbery of a Wachovia Bank in Belleair Bluffs on Monday morning. BELLEAIR BLUFFS Members of the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office are searching for information leading to the arrest of a bank robbery suspect. The robbery took place shortly before 10:30 a. m.,Monday. According to police, an unidentified Black man walked into the Wachovia Bank in Belleair Bluffs, 2515 West Bay Drive, around 10:25 a. m., Monday. Once inside the bank, the man approached the teller and passed her a note demanding cash. The teller complied and the suspect fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash. He is described as being in his 30s, about 6'1" with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a gray pullover hoodie, dark pants, dark colored shoes, and a black and yellow knit cap. The man also had fac ing hair, police said. The Pinellas County Sheriffs Office is asking anyone with information leading to the identity of the suspect to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800873-TIPS. Man Arrested For Child. Rape Faces New. Charges BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. --Eyewitness News has learned a Palm Bay man, already in jail for rap ing a child, is expected to face new charges of child rape. Noel Kelly, 34, was arrested last week for rap ing a 12-year-old girl who he was supposed to be babysitting. Police said since his arrest, they have found two more girls, one 11-years old, the qther 15 who also said they were molested by Kelly. NOEL KELLY Noel Kelly is currently 'being held at the Brevard County jail.

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.....;I I t a s s I !!:.71 I -:::.1 ::X -d IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2009-DR-2855 Division J Darryl A. Dixon (Petitioner) And Marilyn D. Pedroso (Respondent) NOTICE OF ACTION FOR MINOR NAME CHANGE TO: Marilyn DelCastillo Pedroso 4110 West LaSalle Street Tampa, FL 33607 YOU ARE NOTIFIED th;3t an action has been filed agai nst you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses i f any to it on Darryl A Dixon, whose address is 4115 West LaSalle Street, Tampa, FL 33607 on or before March 30, 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa Florida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450, Tampa, Florida 33601-3450 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded iri the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case including orders are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915 ) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office WARNING: Rule 12. 285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, (813) 272-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated February 19, 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ DEPUTY CLERK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Friday @ 3:.00 P.M. Friday Edition -Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF CHEROKEE IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION FILE NO. 08 CVS 365 Wendy D. Devine Plaintiff vs Kurt Matthew Rettler II Defendant NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION TO : Kurt Matthew Rettler, II Address Unknown TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking relief against your was filed on June 19, 2008, in the above entitled action The nature of the relief being sough against you is for monetary damages arising out of allegations of you negligent operation of a motor vehicle on December 11, 2007 in Cherokee County, North Carolina. You are required to make a defense to this action within 40 days of February 24, .2009. Failure by you to make the required defense to this action within the time period stated will result in the Plaintiff apply ing to the Court stated above for the relief sought against you This the 24th day of February 2009 Attorney for Plaintiff: ERIC W STILES, Esq The Law Firm of McKinney And Tallant P A Post Office Box 1549 Robbinsville, NC 28771 Telephone: (828) 479-2442 Facsimile: (828} 479-6747 'N.C. State Badi344:3'0 GEARLD BREEDLOVE <.f CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE 1111!2 d e s ')! j ,. "' --:;> ......;: ...... __ #....,..,);! PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified for Courtyard Improvements located at H B Plant High School, 2415 S Himes Avenue, Tampa FL 33629 the scope of the project includes landscaping hardscaping and construction of an exterior stage with an estimated construction cost between $240,000 and $360 00 Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0. Shelton School Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33602, until bid opening at 3:00PM on Wednesday; April 1, 2009. The bid documents include specific bid submittal requirements. HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-relat ed bids on the HCPS web site at h tt p :/1168 254.1. 3 5/documents/s t andards/index.h t m HCPS will host a non -mandator y pre b i d conference at 3:30 PM on Wednesday, Marc,:h 25 2009 at H B Plant High School. Attendees must sign in and present a pho t o ID to gain ac c ess to the conference B i dders mus ( submit a bid bond equal to 5 % of the bid with their bid Bids over $100,000 must include the costs of required surety bonds The successful bidder must also provide evidence of required insurance prior to proce eding with the work The bid documents provide specific requirements for bid and surety bonds, and insurance Bidders are subject to th e HCPS Smal_ l Business Encouragement Program as describ'ed in the Bid documents Bidders may obtain up to two (2) complete sets of bid docu ments in PDF format on CD at no cost from Paul Schnitzlein AlA Harvard, Jolly Inc. 5201 West Kennedy Blvd Ste., 515 Tampa, Florida 33609 HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid, or to reject any and all bids rece i ved THE SCHOOL BOARD Of HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Director of Marketing -BA/BS In Marketing Or Related Field Ten Or More Years E xperience. Responsible For' All Marketing Advertising And Promotions For The History Center. Please Send Resume, Cover Letter And Three References To ; Tampa Bay History Center 801 Old Water Street Tampa, FL 33602 No Phone Calls Please. EOE Intake And Screening Specialist Visit Our Website At www AgingFiorida com ADA/EOE/DFWP Finding Me Productions A Gospel Play Production Is Looking For Talented Actors Call (813) 775-5884 Monday -Saturday THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 64 YEARS -1 c m (/) CJ :t> _-< s:: )> :::0 () ::I: (,.) N 0 0 CD ., r 0 c )> (/) m z :j z m r OJ c r r m :j z ""0 c m r-(/) ::I: m c m < m -1 c m .en c )> z c 'TI c ""C )>. G) m ..a. ......

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0 0 N M (.) 0::: < :! >"' < c (/) w ::J ..... c u. c z < c (/) w ::J tw > w c w ::t: (/) :J m ::J a. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w (/) < c 0 ...J u. co --INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed b i ds w ill b e received by th e Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville Florida and publ i cly opened at the specified time for : RFB 0913 MORRIS BRIDGE SINK PUMP TEST PUMPING FACILITIES RE-BID OPENS MARCH 16,2009@ 2:30P.M. MANDATORY PRE BID CONFERENCE ; MARCH 10 2009 @ 10 :00 A .M. (SHARP) AT MORRIS BRIDGE SINK LOCATED SOUTH OF MORRIS BRIDGE ROAD EAST OF INTERSTATE 751N HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. BIDDERS ARRIVING LATE OR FAILING TO HAVE REPRESENTATION MAY NOT SUBMIT A BID. Bid Documents Specifications and Drawings may be obtained from the District's Internet website at http : //www watermatte r s o rg/p rocure m e n t or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Flori da Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211, extension 4133 or 1-800-423!..1476 (Florida only) or TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 ( i n Florida) The District the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause Malcolm K. Wilson CPPO MPA Purchasing Manager Water Side Condo I 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Gated With Security $38,500 Phone (813) 447-7674 INViTATION TO BID Competit ive sealed bids w ill be received by the Sou t hwest Florida Water Management D istri ct Brooksville, Flor i da and publicly opened at the specified time for : RFB 0912 -HALPATA RIVER ROAD HYDROLOGIC AND WETLANDS RESTORATION RE-BIDOPENS APRIL 1, 2009 @ 2 :30 P.M MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE ; MARCH 13, 2009@ 10 :00 A.M (SHARP) AT PRUITT TRAILHEAD MARJORIE HARRIS CARRCROSS FLORIDA GREENWAY, 15430 SW 484, DUNNELLON FLORIDA. BIDDERS ARRIVING LATE OR FAILING TO HAVE REPRESENTATION MAY NOT SUBMIT A BID. RESPONDENTS THAT ATTENDED THE MANDATORY PRE-BID FOR RFB 0903 DO NOT HAVE TO ATTEND THE MANDATORY PRE-BID FOR RFB 0912, HOWEVER RESPONDENTS OF RFB 0903 MUST RE-SUBMIT NEW BIDS FOR RFB 0912. Bid Documents Specifications and Drawings may be obtained from the D i strict s Internet website at h tt p : //www .wate!:_!Tlatters.org/ p rocu r e m e n t or from the Purchasing Office South-west Flori da Water Management Distr i ct 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211, extension 4133 or 1 800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida). The District reserves the r i ght to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause Malcolm K Wilson CPPO MPA Purchasing Manager Wholesale Properties To The Public Great "Fixer Upper'' Deals www. rehabbersuperstore.com Kenny Rushing. 813.675.7040 Sell your stuff. 813-248-1921 The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! 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