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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tanzpa Bay Area I I a an To Hal I I .._..-------SEE PAGE 2 FIREMEN HONORED AT ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY Recently, members of the community gathered at Higgins Hall for the Annual City of Tampa Fire Department's Awards Program. Several firemen were recognized for demonstrating outstanding service in the line of duty. DriverEngineer Vince Jackson and Firefighter-Paramedic Rufus Wiggins were presented the Esprit De Corps Award. Firefighter-Paramedic Wiggins was also presented the Medal of Valor, Gold during the ceremony. Among those attending the ceremony from left to right are: Firefighter-Paramedic Rufus Wiggins, Driver-Engineer Vince Jackson, Fire Chief Dennis Jones, Assistant Fire Chief Thomas Forward, and Acting Fire Marshal Milton Jenkins. (Photography by BRUNSON) Local Mom Elected Regional Director SEE PAGE 8 .Talent Auditions To Be Held At -Theater SEE PAGE 14 F-.mny Of Missing Man Still Waiting SEE PAGE 6 Play Focuses On Black Lite In 50's SEE PAGE 9

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Feature Congratulations, Mr. President BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor B e fore 6 a m on Friday, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs awakened President Barack Obama with the n e w s that he has been awarde d the 2009 Nobe l P e ace Pri ze. He was chosen for his efforts to reduce nuclear arms ea se tensions with th e Muslim community and hi s desire for diplomacy and c oop e r a tion with all n a tion s Whe n g iven the n e w s President Obama said h e w as humbl e d by the a ward H e w a s nominated in F ebruary 2009, shortly b e f ore th e nomin a tion d ea d lin e The Norwegian N o b e l Prize Committee chose President Obama f o r th e honor. President Obama f ollows former President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906, and President Woodrow Wilson in 1919, as sitting presidents to have won the prize. Former President Jimmy Carter won the honor in 2002. Some readers shared their opinions of the Nobel Peace Prize honor being presented to President Obama. Ms. Tonya Lewis said, "It was a honor to see President Barack receive the Nobel Peace Prize. I feel the President deserves the Peace Prize because he has reached out to many countries who after George W. Bush, had nothing but hatred for the U. S. and our policies and beliefs. I think President Obama is seen nationwide as a "fresh voice" and new approach." Bob Buckhorn said "It is a wonderful recognition of the President's efforts to repair and restore America s relationship with our global partners. As the world's only remaining superpower, it is incumbent upon us to lead by example and set moral and civil tone for others to follow." Ms. Jayne Trieste said "Congratulations to President Obama and to the Norwegian Nobel Committee for seeing the vision of a more peaceful world and reminding us that the time for change i s NOW!" Howard Harris said, Hurray for SuperOBAMAn This announcement drove Glenn Beck and the othe r wing nuts crazy They scream that he was n o min a t e d for the Nob e l Pri z e aft e r only 3 weeks in office. "However, our President Obama wooe d and won ove r the w orld b e fore h e won th e pres id e ntia l e l e ction As pres id e nt h e has continue d to d o s o b y d ecla rin g a n end t o torture, dis m antling a y e t to b e d eveloped, expens i ve and unproven "s t a r w a r s" mis sil e s hi e ld near Russia, o p e ning discussions w ith Iran, and pulling the world back from a worldwide economi c depression. "In other words, he rescued America from the madness of the Bush Administration and deserves the Nobel Prize Ms. Towa11da Bradley said, "President Barack Obama's success is all a part of God's perfect plan. One day everyone, including the president's opposers will understand." Tom Forward said, "This is an awesome tribute to the President, but even more so to our country. President Obama, in nine months, has completely altered the direction of American foreign :p0licy . and American engage'rnent with the world. The many nations that voted on this prestigious award sent a message tcl'the world that America can be trusted to be their brother's keeper.' Ms. Ann Jenkins said, "I feel good about the President winning the Nobel Peace Prize. President Barack Obama has gone where no other African American has gone Wh y sh o uldn t w e b e happy about that? H e is going to clean Americ a up too! "They are trying to fight him on the health care reform only because their main intentions are to make him look bad so the people will choose the other party. It simply will not happen, remember, whe n God brings you to it, He will surely bring you through it." Dr. George Foxx said I am personally happy to see President Barack Obama make this achievement. This is just another milestone for others to strive for as a role model in his capacity. "Though surprising, his ability and potential has once again been proven. Congratulations to our president!" Ms. Ann Porter said, "It appears the Nobel Peace Prize Committee agrees with the vast majority of the American people when we elected him as our president. He advocates nuclear control, a cleaner environment, opened the lines of diplomacy, and has strengthened our economy.'' Ms. Pat Spencer said, "I am truly pleased that President Obama received the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. I believe that given the guidelines used and that the vote for him was unanimous, the committee did not jump to a quick selection. "As President Obama said himself, it is a "call to action", which gives the indi cation that some believe he is on the right track for all of us in our country, and abroad. Congratulations Mr. President." ,, Ronnie Moorer said "It w a s a great and joyous surprise wh e n I h eard he won. So many countries love and r espect President Obama, even our enemies. Because he do not go over and try to dictate what the U S A wants them to do, but what "we" as a whole can, do to bring about "World Peace." President Obama's "Change" idea is about everybod y work ing tog ether to m a ke that chan ge, not one p erson or one country Ms. Shannon Legrand said, "What an amazing and historic moment! This win is an awesome achievement for President Obama, but also a reflection that the citi zens of the world are eager to see him implement plans for peace as it relates to foreign affairs. At the same time, I'm sure this award will create a new window of scrutiny from his critics." c: m (/) c 0 (') 0 m m ]J "T1 r-0 ::rJ 0 )> en m z -4 z m r-1 m c: r r-z "tJ c: m l en ::z: m 0 m < m -4 c: m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 ::rJ 0

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0) Editorials & Columns C") ,... a: w Ill 0 1-u 0 >=' <( c en w ::> .... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202) 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. 1990 94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87 00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on edilorial pages olthis newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers. do not necessarily reflectlhe editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher A Startled Prince 01 Peace C I t is good that President Barack Obama is humble. ff For, humility comes in handy, especially if you hap-pen to be an individual whose every move can easily be translated as either historical or biblical. So, it comes c( as no surprise that our 44th President would say, upon his recent tap to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, in so c many words, "I'm not worthy." en But in so saying, President Obama who is himself, a man of historical letters must be wise not to forget that 1-he is history's child. > And what does History have to say about Black men ffi who receive Nobel Peace Prizes? It says they were each > surprised and humbled that they were chosen. Ralph Bunche, American representative in the United Nations w and negotiator of a peace agreement between Israelis :::Z:: and Arabs between 1948 to 1950, said upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, "There are many who figuratively m stand beside me today and who are also honored here. I ::> am, but one of many cogs in the United Nations ... a. Clearly, Bunche recognized his ascendancy to the Z moment was not his alone. The same was true with tij another Black Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Rev. Dr. :j Martin Luther King, Jr. questioned "why this prize is ::> awarded to a movement which is beleaguered and committed to unrelenting struggle: to a movement which has iif not won the very peace and brotherhood which is the z essence of the Nobel Prize." King's contention was the i= Civil Rights Movement was a work in progress, and as ffi such had not yet made its mark in history. But history en thought otherwise. c( President Barack Obama mounts a similar argument. C Not yet a year in office, he, his detractors and even his ii: friends argue who he is, and what he will do is yet, g uncharted by history. But obviously, History thinks othI.L erwise. For, this most recent Prince of Peace, like few who have come before him, is not his own. I National Breast cancer MIRth I 0 ctober is National Breast Cancer Month, we urge both men and women to practice monthly selfbreast examinations and urge women to get a mammogram every year as a matter of early detection. We wish to remind our male readers to encourage the women in their lives to perform the ritual monthly and yearly. Every year, a million or more women are diagnosed with .breast cancer. Sadly, more Black women are diagnosed with_ late stage breast cancer due to sporadic or lack of self-examination and failure to secure annual mammograms. For, those who are without adequate insurance cover:. age, research organizations and clinics will provide free or reduced-cost mammograms during health fairs and at local clinics. No woman in America should have to become a victim of late-stage breast cancer because of a lack of insurance. No woman in America should suffer from the disease because of failure to take care of themselves. "':t So, let us all encourage our female friends and loved ones to do the right thing. Let's give thanks by being -;!. responsible about our own health and the health of ones ... welove. Downtown St. Petersburg had some thing going on. It had Bay Walk, a multi-plex center that was a major part of revitalizing downtown St. Petersburg. Bay Walk com bined shops, restaurants and entertainment centers to attract large crowds to down town St. Pete. This was especially true at nights and on weekends. Bay Walk was a winner. It was a big economic boom for the area. Bay Walk was the place to be. Then crowds of rowdy teenagers began to hang in and around the complex. This became a distraction for patrons of businesses at Bay Walk. Because of the huge crowds that assembled at Bay Walk, the business complex became a soap box for protesters of all sorts. While both of these groups were exercising their first amendment rights, they began to drive customers away from Bay Walk. When customers began to desert Bay Walk, businesses began to close and the economic boost of Bay Walk began to fade. The owners of Bay Walk and St. Petersburg's Mayor began to search for ways to improve conditions at the downtown complex and to pump new economic life into the area. Thus the idea was born to turn the south side walks over to the owners of the complex and the owners could control activities on the no longer public side walk. The idea had to be approved by the St. Petersburg City Council. Surely the council would approve the plan if it would bring Bay Walk back to life. But hold on there. City The Tulsa Race Riot: Belore The Riot T he Tulsa race riot was describeq by then NAACP executive Walter White, as "one of the most vicious and intense race riots in American histo ry. The May 31, 1921 attack on the Black community of Greenwood (called Little Africa by local whites) in Tulsa was even worse than the 1923 attack on Rosewood, the Black North Florida town. Home to more than 10,ooo Black people, Greenwood grew rapidly as a result of Black migration in the early 1900's from Southern states of Mississippi, Missouri, Georgia and the Carolinas. Other Blacks had settled there in the 18oos as descendants of African slaves who walked the so-called Trail of Tears along side the Creek, Choctaw and Cherokee Indians. Still others came as runaway slaves escaping "to the Indian Nations prior to and during the Civil War." Upon the discovery of oil, Tulsa became a "boom" town, which gave Blacks the opportunity to share in the wealth. In fact, the pre-riot Greenwood section of TulsW was described as "on a per capita basis, one of the most business-laden and prosper ous African American com munities in the country." In 1921, White reported there were at least three millionaires and many other Blacks valued at $1oo,ooo or more in Greenwood, whi.ch created resentment among poor whites. There were many Black World War I vet erans and out-spoken Blacks who protested "Jim Crow" and lynchings taking place during that time. While Greenwood was the site of several new large housing developments and expensive homes owned by Blacks, many Blacks lived in wood-frame houses. In fact, most Blacks held service and domestic jobs. Council did not approve the idea. By a vote of 4-for and 4-against, the side walk give away was not approved and the walk way remained the property of the city and a right of way for the public. Some council members saw the plan as a gross violation of the first amendment and the right of freedom of speech and freedom of peaceful demon stration. Hooray! The First Amendment won out. But just how good will the First Amendment be at Bay Walk? If nothing is done to revitalize the complex and Bay Walk should completely shut down, who will be there to hear the voices of the peaceful demonstrators? Not the customers because they will be shopping somewhere else. Not the employees because they will have lost their jobs and will be somewhere else looking for another job. Certainly not the owners of Bay Walk because they will have closed the complex and moved on. I ask you, in the end, did the First Amendment really win? Sometimes a win can be a loss. However, the workers supported a thriving commercial district, which had many one, two and three story brick buildings that housed Black-owned and operated businesses of every kind. Along with the grocery stores, clothing, meat markets, cleaners, jewelry, drug and upholstery businesses, Greenwood was home to two theaters, two hotels and two Black newspapers, The Tulsa Star and the Oklahoma Sun. Indeed, the buildings were filled with restaurants, nightclubs, offices of realtors, attorneys and other profes sionals. Imagine! Greenwood residents were served by 15 Black doctors, one of whom was Dr. A. C. Jackson described as "one of the most able Negro surgeons in America" and a myriad of social and civic clubs. Greenwood drew nationally recognized speakers and leaders such as W. E. B. DuBois. Noted scholar and historian John Hope Franklin and his family moved to Greenwood, a few months before the riot. Indeed, the story of the thriving community of Greenwood is one you should tell your children and your grandchildren. Certainly, you won't find it in the history books. Harambee. uThe Voice ofOur Conzrnunity Speaking for ItselfH

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Pictures From The Past ... Dolores Hodges models in this 1958 photo during a fashion show. Attending a Saturday morning breakfast are Mamie P. Craig and Emma Anderson. -1 c m C/) c )> :< 0 0 -t 0 Ill m ::D ..... _!,.) 1\) 0 0 CD "T1 r 0 ::D c )> en m z :::! z m r:-111 c: r r !!l z "'tJ c Ill r en :I: m c m < m ::D -< -t c m C/) c )> z c "T1 ::D 6

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m Page Six c-> ffi Mom Still Waits On News Of Missing Son CD 0 ..... (J 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The last time Ms. Robin C Harris saw her son, Ryan en w Darkins Davis, 20, he was in the company of Carl G. Walters. Pavis' family has not heard from him since he left home with Walters to spend the night. He told his mother he had an appointment the following day and that Walters was going to take him to it. That was on April 5th. Two days later, shortly before 5 p.m., a passerby discovered the body of an unidentified Black man in a wooded area near Stanley Road and Cooper Road. The man had no identification. He was later identified as Walters. Six months have passed c and Ms. Harris said she a: knows something happened LL to her son. He is listed as a C missing and endangered per:i son in the national crime c en w ::) 1-&: w > w c w :I: en ::i a:l ::) a. z -' -' ::) a:l .!a computer. Davis is described as being 5'5" and weighing about 120 pounds. When last seen, he had a low haircut and a tattoo of musical notes Who's watching out for RYAN DARKINS DAVIS .. Missing since April 5, 2009 behind his ear. He also had a mole on his nose and another mole near his left eye, a light goatee and is knov,Tl for smiling a lot. Ms. Harris said, "My son would have contacted us. He would never stay away and not call home. I know that someone knows what happened to him and I want them to come forward. Someone knows something and they are just not talking. I don't want my son to just be forgotten." Davis would have celebrated his 21st birthday on July 21st. w z j:: z w en c( c a: 0 -' LL the health of your. grand kids? Don't leave it in the hands of insurance companies! Paid for by: NCLR Police believe that 21-y ear-old Walters was murdered at his home, 1810 E. Humphrey, he shared with his older brother, Derrick Cullins. The cause of death was the result of injuries sustained during a violent attack with a knife. Already concerned about her son, Ms. Harris reported him missing after Walters' body was identified. She filed the police report on Aprilsth. Tampa Police searched a landfill in hopes of finding leads to the whereabouts of Davis. They were unsuc cessful. As the investigation continued, police spoke with Derrick Eugene Cullins. During the investigation, police reportedly observed unexplained cuts on Cullins' fingers, a bite mark on his buttocks, and a bite mark on his chest. He also had blood on his clothing and shoes, police said. Cullins never confessed to killing his brother, but was arrested and charged with 2nd degree murder. Anyone with any information is asked to call (813) 231-6130. N tor coMMuNrrv cHANGE Leadership Conference on Civil Rights ____ www.healthequityforall.org Woman Upset About Movie, Appears On Oprah MS. SOPHINE BURTON ... Appeared On Oprah Winfrey Show When Ms. Sophine Burton saw an upsetting movie trailer and e-mailed a comment about it, to the Oprah Winfrey Show, she didn't realize that it would land her on the show. But, one of the producers read her comment and invit ed her to appear on the show liyte. The movie entitled ''Good Hair," starring com l dian Chris Rock, who also on the show. '"The movie is about Black women and the various types weave that adorn their hair. "I thought it was degrad ing us because he didn't talk about other cultures. There was nothing positive about us. I work in corporate America and it s no body's business if it's my hair or weave," she said. Ms. Burtol further stated that the comedian said it wasn't his intent to do that. "He said it wasn't the movie's intent to belittle or embarrass us, but it did come off that way She said that there were several women there, but everyone didn't get a chance to talk. "I was the first one and got a chance to speak." At the time she contacted the show, she didn't know that Oprah Winfrey had just completed an interview with Chris Rock. The show contacted him to appear live to discuss the movie. The movie is about Black women and their hairstyles. In one scene of the movie Rock is in India talking to women who cut their hair for religious reasons. He asks the women if they had ever peen attacked for their hair. He says, if she sees a "bunch of Black women you better run." Ms. Burton, who is a mentor and co-founder of a girl's men taring program feels the movie stereotypes Black women and will cause them more problems in school or the workplace. She feels that Hollywood and specifically, Chris Rock had a responsibility to present more positive images Ms. Burtol said things happened very quickly. She was con tacted by the show on Thursday evening and left for Chicago. The show aired on Friday and everything was over by 10 a.m. Her return flight wasn't until6 p.m., leaving her the remain der of the day to take in the sights of the city . PAiN, TINGLING ORNUMBNESS INYOURLRGS@REEEf< . IF y()ij i8 j5YEARS otD, HAVE AND ARE SUFFERING WITH DIABETIC SENSORIMOTOR .IPI,vNEfJROPATHY, YOU MAY QUAUFY fOR A CUNICAI. RE$EARCH STUDY: OF AN INYtSTIGAnONAL DRUG. Qualified may receive: StUdy related physical exam Sltidy related lab woik for elq)enses

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Birthday Greetings surprise MARlY AH' JOI YOUNGBLOOD She's "10." Ms. Mariyah is shining like a star again. We love you, Boo Mommy, Auntie Rahneia, grandma, grandpa and Marcos. RONALD GOLDEN, a.k.a., GOLDIE By others, Redd. Love, your prodigal son, who has returned back to his father, Ryan. Happy birthday wishes from: your children, Kesi, Kendon, Ronald, Jr., Malik, Zakeya and Bopp; and your grandchildren. Love you. MOTHER JACOBS With Daughter, VANDA Happy birthday, Mother Jacobs. From, your daughter, Loretta Shaw, your pastor, Vanda Jacobs and all of your children and also your friend. Happy Birlhdav, Oclober14 SHIRLEY Love, Mom. Subscribe Today! Bethune-Cookman Universitv Alumni Meeting Members of the Bethune Cookman University Alumni will host a meeting on Thursday, October 15th, 7:30 p.m., at College Hill Library, corner of Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd., and N. 26th Street. Ms. Gina Sanders, President is asking all alumni to attend the meet ing. Middleton Band To Honor Alumni Middleton Hi g h S chool Band Director Rondel Russell will honor the school's alumni band members, majorettes and drill team on Friday, October 16, 7:30 p.m. The event will take place at Abe Brown Stadium on the school's campus. DIRECI'OR RONDEL RUSSELL -1 c: m en c 0 () d m m ::D Russell invited all persons who were part of the late Michael "Prof" Rodriguez's Tiger bands to gather at the stadium during Middleton' High School's 2009 Homecoming gala. The celebration and recognition will take place during half time. Alumni band members are asked to call Fred Hearns at (813) 991-7981 and leave their name and year graduated if they plan to participate. Middleton's Homecoming opponent will be Steinbrenner High School. Middleton High School is located at 4801 N. 22nd '11 5 Sickle Cell Support Group Meeting The Sickle Cell Association of Hillsborough County will hold its initial Support Group meeting on Saturday, October 17th, 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, 3402 N. 22nd Street. For additional information contact the Sickle Cell Office at (813) 248-2888. ::D en m z :::! z m r;m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m r-(j) J: m c m < m -1 c: m en c l> z c '11 :c c

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0) Local C") i Greater Tampa Jack And Jill Mother Elected Regional Director For The Southeastern Region Of Jack And Jill Of America, Inc. The Greater Tampa C Chapter of Jack and Jill of ffi America, Inc. rolled out the ::> red Carpet for newly elected t-Regional Director Joli ed to her guests after Mrs. Tangela D. DuPree, President of the Greater Tampa Chapter, shared a brief history of Regional Director Cooper's illustrious service at the local, regional and national levels. c a: u. c z < c (/) w ::> .... w > w c w l: (/) ::::J m ::> D. z tu ...J ...J ::> m ..:. w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J u. Cooper on Saturday, October 3, 2009 at the Home Theater Gallery located at 3300 S. Dale Mabry Avenue, Tampa, FL owned by Mr. Michael Stram. Mrs. Cooper was elected Regional Director of the Southeastern Region at the 26th Biennial Family Regional Conference held in Memphis, Tennessee on July 7 -12, 2009. Her campaign slogan, "Leadership Demonstrated" described the labor of love she's shown the organization over the last five years of her Jack and Jill Journey. Mrs. Cooper was present-Regional Director Cooper is the first Mother from the Greater Tampa Chapter to serve the region at this level in the 23 year histo ry of the local chapter. In her position as regional director, Ms. Cooper will be responsible for overseeing the Chapter operations of 209 Chapters in 5 states, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee. Well wishes were brought from Attorney Barbara Twine-Thomas, Vice President of Alpha Kappa EXCITING NEW HARMON MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH. INC. 2811 17th Street. Tampa. FL. 33605 (813) 531-4799 OR. AARON 1\lUNFORO, TH.O .. PASTOR (:\-1-!J:tlCH. 4:1-J:30 p. tn.Ntg-htly -October 14, 2009 Bethel A. M. E. Church REV. BEVERLY LANE, Pastor-Tampa October 15, 2009 Genesis Worship Center REV. ALFONSO BROUGHTON, Pastor-Tampa October 16,2009-New Beginning M. B. Church REV. TERRY SMITH, PastotTampa October 17,2009 6 p.m.-Musical Local Choirs & Gospel Singers October 18, 2009 4 p.m. New St. Matthew M. B. Church REV. ALEC F. HALL, Pastor -Tampa October 25, 2009 4 p. m One Step At A Time Holy Ghost Filled Ministry EI:DERJOHN GADDY, Pastor-Bushnell Theme: "Let The Church Be The Church" (Matthew 16:18) Beulah Baptist Institutional Church_ Rev., Dr. W James Favorite, Senior Pastor 1006 W. Cypress St., Tampa, FL 33606 (813) 251-3382 Pastor Favorite and the Beulah Family would be honored to have the community join us in our iVIALE CHORUS' 25TH CELEBRATION 19, 2008 4 p.m. Place: Beulah Baptist Institutional Church 1006 West Cypress Street Tampa, Florida 33606 Beulah Baptist Male Chorus & Other Musicians Additional Information, Please Contact Oscar Osl>Om; Mobile1 (813) 363-7888 (813) 654-6973, (813) 653-3343 Ext. 48 Email1 osmobo@verizon.net Dr. W. James Favorite Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill former presidents and present president congratulate chapter member, Joli Cooper, for being elected the new regional director. Cooper is the first member from Tampa to hold the position. On hand for the reception were: Lois Bowers, Darele. Campbell, regional director Joli Cooper, Atty. Barbara Twine-Thomas and the chapter's current president, Tangela Dupree. Alpha Sorority, Inc. Mrs. Twine-Thomas also served as the immediate past President of the Greater Tampa Chapter. Other Past Presidents attending the event were Mrs. Lois Bowers and Mrs. Darele Campbell. The Honorable Judge Charlene Honeywell brought well wishes from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Mrs. Constance Bowers Cross, Teen Sponsor made a special presentation on behalf of the Chapter Teen Group to Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Janie Beasley shared from her heart memories of sponsor-ing Mrs. Cooper into the Greater Tampa Chapter. Mrs. Kay Jefferson brought well wishe' s as a friend and on behalf of Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance. Other guests included Chapter Members, their husbands, friends and guests. A special presentation of pink roses was presented to Regional Director Cooper on behalf of her Regional Team. Mrs. Cooper was escorted by her Husband, Tony Nelson who shared from his heart how much he supports his wife in the important work she does on behalf Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Chapter moms serenaded Regional Director Cooper with, "I'm Every Woman", by Chaka Kahn. A pictorial tribute of Mrs Cooper's service to Jack and Jill of America was fea tured through out the Gallery during the evenings' event. Regional Director Cooper is committed to upholding the aims and objectives of the organization by providing quality programming for all children in the community. ***Photo courtesy of Ishman Johnson Photography Bunalo Soldiers Benefit Dance The Buffalo Soldiers held a benefit dance at the Letter Carriers' Hall. (Photosby Frederick Harris) Shown here at the Buffalo Soldiers' event are Richard Thomas, Sandra Haynes, Karl "Road Dog" Laurey, James Evans, Sidney Green, Jose Mandarin, Will Smith (Smitty Luv), and Tom "Bigg Dog" Macon.

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Firemen To Receive Medal Of Valor For Saving Victim BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last year, a house fire in East Tampa ended with the death of two of its occupants and in juries to a third. The ers who responded to the scene were honored Friday during the Annual City of Tampa Fire Department's Awards Banquet. The event took place at Higgins Hall. Captain Robert Duabar, Driver-Engineer Vince Jackson, and firefighters Rufus Wiggins and Robert Angel, members of Engine 10 "B," were presented the Esprit De Corps Award. Captain Brian Mintzer and firefighters Rufus Wiggins, Justin Spruill, and Steven Dean were given spe cial recognition with the pres entation of the Medal of Valor, Gold, as well. Fireman Rufus Wiggins said, "I feel good about the honor. I was able to help out on that scene. I was glad that I could help." Wiggins further stated that the burglar bars on all of the windows and doors hindered the rescue But, it took only a few seconds and a special tool to break the lock and gain entry to the home. In addition to the locked doors, the firemen had to contend with falling electri cal wires on a fence nearby. When firemen arrived at the fire at 2905 E. Chipco Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Mary Jones) Bynes. Jr., and their granddaughter, Ms. LaToya Williams, were trapped inside the home. The firemen found Mr. Bynes off to. the left and Mrs. Bynes in an area between the dining room and living room. They were taken outside where CPR was administered. After being alerted that a third per son, Ms. Williams, was still in the home, the firemen RUFUS WIGGINS ... To receive Medal of Valor back inside and rescued Ms. Williams. Ms. Williams and Mr. Bynes did not survive their in juries Mrs. Bynes was hospi talized, but recovered. Wiggins is the son of the late Mrs. Viola Hightower and Rufus Wiggins, II. He is the father of 4 children and enjoys being a parent. He's a member of Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church. Fireman Wiggins became a fireman later in life than he had planned. The 39-year-old Tampa native said that was his dream as a child. But, after reaching adulthood, his life took him in other directions. But, the Hillsborough High School graduate decided to pursue his dream and enrolled at Hillsborough Community College After taking the re quired courses, he was hired by the City of Tampa. He had been on the job less than 4 years when he went to the fire on E. Chipco. He de scribes it as the worst residen tial fire he had responded to in his career. However, although he is saddened by the loss of life, Wiggins views his job as "the best job I've ever had," be cause he is following his Celebrating 65 Years 'Fences' Focuses On lite For Blacks In The 1950s The cast of"Fences" shown seated are: Trinity Edwards, (Raynell); Evander Duck Jr., (Troy); and Jayne Trinette, who stars as (Rose). Shown standing are: Travus A. Leroux, (Cory); Reginald K. Robinson Jr., (Lyons); Ron Bobb-Semple, (Gabriel); and Kim Sullivan as (Bono). (Photo by B. Mack Butler). BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor This weekend, the curtain will fall on the final act of the hit play "Fences" The play has been extended for the third time. The play is being presented by the American Stage, 163 3rd Street, North, in St. Petersburg. But one of its actors, Ms. Jayne Trinette, wanted play lovers in Tampa to know about it before its final curtain call. Ms. Trinette Stars as Rose, wife of Troy Maxson. The couple has been married for 18 years. The plot focuses on Troy not being allowed to drive a garbage truck, although he is a garbage man. It also tar gets the relationship between Troy and his wife, as well as his infidelity1 after she learns has fathered a child. Totally devoted to Troy, Rose accepts the responsibil ity of raising his daughter after her mother dies. Two of the actors, Ms. Jayiie Trinette, who plays the char acter Of and_ Ron Bobb-Semple, who plays Gabriel in the play, live in Tampa. Ms. Trinette said she audi tioned for the play that has been running for the past 8 weeks. Being a professional ac tress, Ms. Trinette said she has to work with a professional theatre company. Ms. Trinette said, "The American Stage Theater is the best kept secret in town. Most people who love theater don't believe they can find wonderful shows at small theaters. It often gets overlooked because it is small and intimate." "Fences" is one of a series of plays about African American life in American spanning each decade, beginning in the 1900s. The play, written by August Wilson, won a Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1987, and the-Tony Award for "Best Play." The play is known as part of the "Pittsburgh Cycle" because 9 of the 10 plays were set in a mythical neighborhood in Pittsburgh, where Wilson grew up. SATURDAY October 24, 2009 BLACK & WHITE BANQUET DINNER Embassy Suites Hotel USF Time: 6iOO pm I Tickets $25 Contact (813) 453-7468 AUGUST WILSON playwright SUNDAY October 25, 2009 "HOMECOMING CELEBRATION SHRVICE" Time: 11:00 am Sunday "Homecoming Celebration Semce to be held at: BROWN .MEMORIAL CHUllCH OP Goo IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27TH AVE. TAMPA, FL 33605 (81 248-5690 c: m CJ) c 0 (") 0 m m ::XJ "TI r 0 ::XJ 6 )> CJ) m z ::t z m r-1 m c: r rm z "TI ::XJ 6 J C') m CD

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8 Local N 0:::: w Cil 0 1-u 0 0 CJ) w :::> I-0 0:::: u. 0 z < 0 CJ) w :::> I-w [ij 0 w ::r: 'CJ) Tampa Minister To Launch Ministrv In Europe DR. MARK T. JONES, SR., Founder, Manifestations Worldwide, Inc. Beginning on October 19th Dr. Mark T. Jones, Sr., founder of Manifestations Worldwide, Inc., will travel to Europe. The purpose of the trip is to launch his ministry. H e will return to Tampa on October 30th_ Dr. Jones, along \\ith his mission's team will Yisit Viccnza, Italy, to motiYate and mobilize the European chmch aml to prepare it for the return of .Jesus Christ. The objectives are to be accomplished through training aml development platforms that include Strategic Leadership DeHIopmcnt Workshops, Nightly Kingdom Nm, Meetings, E\;.mgelism Training, and Street Ministry. Dr. Jones has legally founded the Manifestations World\\ide, Inc. ministry locally, nationally, and int e rnationally. There are more than 1 ,100 members in the organization. In the United States, the FBCM (Fellowship of Bible Centered Ministries), has expanded across the count!)' and has members as far away as California Since the inception of the ministry, Dr. Jones oversees more than sixty-four pastors in India, who he is training in a 3-year program. Dr. Jones saiJ many of the people the ministry is reaching are hearing about the Gospel of .Jesus Christ for the first time. In Africa, children arc being trained in evangelism and scholastics. The goal of this mission is focusing on th e con ti ncn t of Europe and its countries. However, plans arc to extend the mission vvorldwidc. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can contact Manifestations :::J CO Intercession Workshops, World\vide, Inc., can reach them at (813) 241-6919, or ut cen tc rforma n i fcs ta-:::> a. z 1-w -I ...J :::> co ...J w z 1-z uJ CJ) < 0 a:: 0 -I u. 0 ..... w a. The New Greater Friendship M. B. Church Presents The First Annual Community Health Fair and Fun Fest Saturday, October 17, 2009 8A.M.-4P.M. 3325 E. Emma St Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 238-9386 Reverend Madison Murray, Pastor Everyone Is Cordially Invited. SPONSORS .liND AC:ftVI'I'IES-. Ill& .... ...,. laowCoaes PopCoi'D ......... 1'1111! 1'1111! 1'1111! Flrida KidCare Bepatltlalcwe...W.g 'I'BE BLOOD BANK a. Edacatioaal Bealtla .llw;uoeaessiDioi'Dlatioa Please bring family and friends American Heart &sociatioo l.ellr7l anti Live. Th< American Heart Association v.111 be providing a healthy lunch for Health Fair participants. For additioul information, please contact Sis. Coize Godwin at (813) 621-7035 CDC Hosts 11th Anniversarv Luncheon On Sept. :29th. the CDC of,Tampa, Inc. hdd its 17th AnniYersat"\' Luncheon at the downtmm Tampa, at 11:30 a.m. Rev. Dr. DeForest "Buster" CDC Board Chairman Albert Lee, Jr., is shown with Ms. Toni Watts, CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc. Soaries, Jr., was the speaker. The theme for the luncheon was "Homeownership: Prontotion and Preservation During Hard Economic Times." Ms. Toni Watts is the Chid Exceuti\e Officer for the CDC of Tampa, Inc. (Photographs by Roberts) Members of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., Board of Diectos on the first l"OW are: Ms. Tanuny Haylock-Mo01-e, Ms. 1\feteye-James, and Ms. G1ace Jones. Shown 011 the second l'OW a1-e: Kolhy Jones, El'ic Page, and Alhel't Lee, J1. CDC ofTa1npa, Inc., Youth P1ogam Instruct01s, Ja1-vis Mardis, who is also an instructo1 at Leonard's Dance Academy, pel'foimed. E1nest Coney, J1., Chief Operations Officer, CDC of Tan1pa, Inc., p1-esents an award to Dr. DeForest Soaries, Jr., keynote speaker for the hmcheon. Ms. Deiah Riley, ABC Action News, se1-ved as the Mistress of Ceremony for the anniversary luncheon. Ms. Chloe Coney, left, founder of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., is shown with the keynote speaker, Dr. DeForest Soaries, Jr., and Ms. Susan Sykes, who was a sponsor. Members of the Tampa Housing Authority, shown here are seated: Debbie Joyce, Financial Analyst for Real Estate Dev., Karen Boykins, Comptroller, and Sam Harris, Director of Public Safety. Standing: Anthony Jones, Manager of Shemberg Estates, Wince Cunningham, Director of Public Housing, and Michael Butler, Assistant Manager for Asset Management.

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Local Sports Tampa Man Decides To Trv Professional Wrestling As A Career BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Professional wrestling and Tampa were always made for each other. Before the WWE turned professional wrestling into a show instead of a sporting event, the Sportatorium on Kennedy and Albany and Tuesday nights at Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory became more popular than the State Fair or even the Super Bowl. It was in that environment as a toddler, Norman Lee Wright, Jr.'s grandmother would take him to the matches. "I know I was a little guy, but I remember the Armory. That place was something else. "I really started getting into pro wrestling when it was on television. That's when I start.ed paying atten tion." Wright, who wrestles under the name of Jordan O'Neil, said he's not a nat ural athlete, and his desire to become a wrestler came after he graduated from high school. "It was just a hobby at that NORMAN WRIGHT, JR. "Wrestles Under The Name Jordan O'Neil" time, but as the years went by, I started attending more matches and paying closer attention to what was hap pening after the matches. "Two years ago, I received a sign to actually give it a try. There was nothing going on locally, but I had so many people around me into it as fans." Wright said he started noticing professional wrestling had gone in a dif ferent direction, and you had to go about it with passion and like it meant your FAMU Accepts Resignation Of Top onicials In Athletics WILLIAM "BILL" HAYES TAi.LAH.AsSEE --Florida A&M University (FAMU) President James H. Ammons has been informed by his Director of Athletics William "Bill" Hayes that he intends to resign. Ammons also has issued non-renewalletters to two other top officials in ath letics. Hayes plans to submit his letter of resignation with an effective date ofDecember 31, 2009. Bob McBee, Associate Athletic Director For Marketing, and Alvin Hollins, Director Of Sports . Information, received notices of non-renewal and emp.loyment ... 'tbe : December 28,2009. .-. "After much delibera:iion . to move in a different direc tion with the FAMU athletic program," said FAMU President James H. Ammons. "We appreciate the services rendered by Hayes, McBee, and Hollins and we wish them all the best-in their future endeavo .r8. We will immediat ely begin a se.;w;ch for a new athletic director." Vaughn Wilson will ass:ume Hollins' duties. Wilson is a former FAMU football player and is director of photography for the Capital Outlook, a Tallahassee newspaper. future." Wright started training in March 2009, and quickly discovered when it comes to professional wrestling, you get what you make of it, and you're not going to like everyone. "But, you shake their hand anyway. "So far, my biggest surprise has been the work schedule. You really have to train hard if you want to be successful. A lot of people thought I had to take steroids to do this, but that's not my way." "Their deaths really had an impact on me. "So far, I've had only two matches, but I know I'm ready to go. You never stop learning in this sport." Wright who is 6'4" tall and weighs 256 pounds, said he will do this as long as God allows him to. "I do think a lot about injuries and the toll this takes on your body. I train every day, including the psy chology of the sport. I'm in this to reach the top level." Wright currently wrestles at Strokers, 11236 West Hillsborough Avenue, on Friday nights. AI Sharpton wants NFl To Block Umbaugh's Bid NEW YORK-The Rev. AI Sharpton wants the National Football League to block conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh from bid ding on the St. Louis Rams. Sharpton sent a to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday. He said. Limbaugh did not immediately respond t o a request fpr-Mon!fay. thM Louis. Blues hockey_ team owner Dave .Cheeketts in a bid t:o bily fh'e Rlirri's. ile' lias declined to discuss of the offer, citing a confiden tiality agreement. In 2003,' Limbaugh worked briefly on ESPN's NFL pr'egame show. He resigned after saying Phlladelphia Eagies quarterback Donovan McNabb was overrated because the media wanted to see a black quarterback succeed. NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith on Saturday made a mo.ve to solidify the union against .Limbaugh's bid in ari e mml to the union's executive committee. Eagles Prevail33-14 over Buccaneers With all the bad press foot ball fans in Philadelphia get, on Sunday they behaved themselves for the most part. Afterall, their beloved Eagles had handily defeated the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33-14. Plagued by poor offensive line play, dropped balls, three interceptions, and a defense that gave up two big plays, the Bucs made it easy for Donovan McNabb, who completed 16 passes for 264 yards and three touch downs. Rookie wide receiver, Jere my Maclin, was on the receiving end of two of those passes. As for the Buccaneers, they couldn't overcome or deal with a blitzing eagle defense that harassed Josh Johnson all game. The writing was on the wall when you ask your second-year quarterback to attempt 50 passes. Johnson finished JOSH JOHNSON with 240 yards and a pair of touchdowns, both to Kellen Winslow. McNabb got absolutely no defensive pressure the entire game, and was able to step aside in the fourth quarter for Michael Vick. It's not going to get easier for the 0-5 Bucs as they play the Carolina Panthers next we .ek. The Panthers won 0 their first game of the season defeating a Washington Redskin team that prevailed tnrn over the Bucs. . z m r;m c: .... .... z ., c: m .... c;; ::E: m c m < m -4 c: m 0 c ?< )> z c 'TI ::rJ -< i li) m .... ....

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Sports 49ers' lewis suners 3rd Concussion Of Season 0 c (/) w ::::::: .... c a: I.L c z < c (/) w ::::::: .... w > w c w :C (/) ;:j, m ::::::: a. MICHAEL LEWIS San Francisco strong safetY Michael Lewis sustained his third concussion of the season, going down during the 49ers' game against Atlan.ta early in the third quarter trying to tackle Michael Tunter. Lewis, who sustained two concussions during an uday span in the preseason, could be sidelined for a pro longed period. He led with his helmet on the hit Sunday and was face down on the field for several minutes while being ined He eventually sat up and was helped off the field, appearing dazed. Athletic trainers ran a series of tests on Lewis as he sat on the sideline. Lewis' first concussion occurred Aug. 18 during a joint practice with Oakland at the Raiders' wine country training site in Napa when he got hit by a fullback. He suffered another in an exhibition game at Dallas on Aug. 29, when he fell and took a knee to the helmet. The 29-year-old Lewis, a Pro Bowl selection in 2004 with Philadelphia, is in his eighth NFL season and third with San Francisco. Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson limped off the field and the team's training staff treated his right knee on the sideline. He was hobbled as he tried to walk after the Pittsburgh Steelers beat Detroit 28-20. J .au. s Bench Sims-Walker For .Rules Violation : -Sll\IS-WALKER Jaguars leading wide .IJeceiver Mike sims-Walker. was inactive because of a violation of team rules, one week after he caught a career-high two touchdown passes. A Jaguars spokesman said Sunday that made the team's first trip to Seattle 2001, but would not play b ecause he brQke an unspecified team rule. That Jacksonville with Torry Holt and three rookie wide receivers. Starting linebacker 'Justin Durant was ina ctive with a groin injury. ,_' .. ; Avenue *Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. Paint. ... $14.90 gal Roller Pan. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" ................................ 99 ea. 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! -----;Vick Takes over AsEaglesQB MICHAEL VICK PHILADELPHIA--No gimmicks. Michael Vick was in as the quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth quarter of a blowout against Tampa Bay onSunday. Vick had been used in the wildcat formation since he was reinstated. But he got his chance behind center in place of Donovan McNabb with the Eagles ahead 31-14 late in the fourth quarter He completed a 1-yard pass to DeSean Jackson on his first play. After an incomplete pass, Vick scrambled for 11 yards on! third down. J KG's Knee looks Good KEVIN GARNETf BOSTON --Paul Pierce scored 25 points and Kevin Garnett backed up claims that his knee is just fine, adding 12 points and six rebounds in the Boston Celtics 100-93 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Sunday Garnett, who missed much of last SE;ason with a .. strained right knee, looked comfortable as he .chased loose balls and drove to the basket early He matched his preseason average of eight points with 3:18 to spare in the first quarter, and wound up playing 21 minutes. Warriors suspend Jackso! n 2 Games LOS ANGELES --The Golden State Warriors sus pended Stephen Jackson for two exhibition games Saturday after the unhappy captain left the bench during an exhibition contest in Los Angeles. The veteran swingman picked up five fouls and a technical in less than 10 minutes Friday night while pla)ring a:gatnst the Forum. After an apparently testy exchange with coach Don Nelson when Jackson's frustration was evident on the bench, Jackson went to the locker room and never returned. It wasn't immediately clear whether Jackson was sent to the locker room or went on his own The Warriors only said Jackson was sus pended for "conduct detri mental to the team." Jackson has made it STEPHEN JACKSON known he wants to get away from the Warriors, unhappy with the franchise's decline after its 2007 playoff pun . and he's getting increasingly insistent about it. He was fined $25,000 by the NBA last month for publicly acknowledging he would welcome a trade, and hasn't backed down from the stance in recent interviews. Shaa Interested In_ Beinu:. Ole.velan d QDeouiV INDEPENDENCE -Shaquille O'Neal is in Cleveland to help the. Cavs bring home a championship, but he's already looking to take on a second job. The Cuyahoga County Sheriffs office confirms that O'Neal met with Sheriff Bob Reed Wednesday about becoming a special deputy. "I have no idea what you're talking about," Cavs center Shaquille O'Neal says when asked if he's consider ing becoming a deputy sher iff. Then he smiles. "Undercover officers are. never allowed to talk about what -goes on, sorry," O'Nealsays, before smiling again. O'Neal has served as a deputy in o.tber :NBA cities where he has played. The Cuyahoga County Sheriffs office says l.t must see if O'Neal needs any addition al training to become a spe-( ' SHAQUILLE O'NEAL I ; ,' :::\)u... deputy. ') d,epuqes out as. an undercov.:er officer" O'Neal, whois well'over seven-::feet tall and weighs \ well over 30Q pounds; pans, You would never seen Then he laughs again.

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Sports Tiger Clinches Presidents Cup For u.s. TIGER WOODS And His Caddie SAN FRANCISCO --Top ranked Tiger Woods com pleted an undefeated week by defeating Y.E. Yang, 6 and 5, in singles play Sunday at chilly Harding Park Golf Course to clinch The Presidents Cup for the United States. Woods finished the event with a s-o record, becoming }ust the third player to ever win five matches at the event. His 18 career points are the most in Presidents Cup history. The 19.s-to-14.5 victory by the Americans over the International Team was the Uunited States' third straight in the competition. "We played great as a team," Woods said. "The captain [Fred Couples] did a good job with the pair ings, and guys made some putts. I'm very proud of the guys." Woods admitted Sunday's win against Yang had special meaning. Yang overtook Woods in the final round of the PGA Championship at Hazeltine Golf Club in August, snapping Woods' streak of 14 straight majors won when leading after 54 holes. "He got me there," Woods said. "I figured I could get him here. Not exactly the same atmosphere, but it was still an important point." Harding Park has been good to Woods, who played his collegiate golf 30 miles south at Stanford University. In 2005, he won the WGC-American Express Championship at Harding. Coincidentally, he won the tournament on the 16th hole in a sudden-death playoff against John Daly. That's where Sunday's match -ended against Yang, although it played as the 13th hole. "I didn't know," Woods said, when asked if he had known at the time that his nine-foot birdie putt clinched The Presidents Cup. "I was just trying to get a point and go 6 up." Woods' match d_id not start well, as he lost the pars first hole to a birdie by Yang. But Woods won the par-4 third hole with a twoputt par, then took the lead with a two-putt birdie from 38 feet at the par-s fifth and never looked back. He won the par-4 sixth with a par, then drained long birdie putts at the eighth, ninth and nth holes to seize control of the match. For the day, Woods made five birdies and no bogeys. "I had a great week," he said. Subscribe Today! Hopkins Announces Return To Ring BERNARD HOPKINS NEW YORK --Bernard Hopkins is returning to the ring Dec. 2 in his hometown of Philadelphia to fight Enrique Ornelas. Hopkins hopes the light heavyweight bout leads to a long-anticipated rematch with Roy Jones Jr. early next year. The 44-year-old Hopkins (49-5-1, 32 KOs) hasn't fought since dominating Kelly Pavlik in October 2008, but has no plans to retire. He intends to warm up against Ornelas, (29-5 19 KOs), who has lost three of his last seven fights, before finalizing a deal to fight Jones. On the same day Hopkins fights Ornelas, Jones will fight cruiserweight Danny Green in Australia. If both veterans win their bouts, Hopkins' promoter says Hopkins and Jones will meet early in 2010 in a rematch of Jones' unanimous decision victory over Hopkins 16 years ago. Mercurv Captures WNBA Crown PHOENIX --The Phoenix Mercury are WNBA champi ons for the second time in three seasons, leaning on their 'big three' to pull out a 94-86 victory over the tena cious Indiana Fever in the deciding Game 5 Friday night. Diana Taurasi, Cappie Pondexter and Penny Taylor -the trio that led the team to its 2007 title did it again in 2009. League and finals MVP Taurasi scored 26 points, Pondexter had 24, and Taylor sank two crucial free throws with 37-7 seconds left as the Mercury held off a late rally to win the intense series 3-2. "This is what we do, we make big plays," Taurasi said, holding a towel over her head in the champagnedrenched locker room. "We have people that step up and love to live the moment. It's a great team, great team." BEAUTY UNLIMITED SAMANTHA Stop blinking your eyes, because it is only by popular demand we give you another look at Samantha as our Beauty Unlimited feature. Samantha loves to model and meet new people and believes that the first impression is the most important one. Samantha's maturity betrays her young age, but she is for real, and those lucky enough to be close to her find that out. Samantha hopes to one day become a household name, but in the meantime, she'll just go on with her life, trying to make a difference wherever she can. The man in Samantha's life must be strong, have no quit in him and able to handle himself in any situa tion. Congratulations to Samantha as our Beauty Unlimited feature once again. .... c: m C/) c 0 0 d m m :::u ...... w 1\) 0 0 CD '11 r-0 g en m z .... z m r;m c: r r-!!l z "D c: m l en ::z: m c m < m .... c: m en c ,. z c '11 :::u B Ci) m ...... w

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a> Local Entertainment ("') .,... a: w CD 0 I(.) 0 Talent Auditions To Be Held At Ritz Theater Cl (/) w ::I I-Ms. Tre with one of her new artist, R&B singe1 Fusion. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Beginning Octob e r 19th Tr e Cl St y l z Entertainm ent will prea: sent Pour Out Your T a l ent" u. at the Ritz Theater in Ybo r City. <( Auditions will be held from >-<( October 19th until November 0 30th, and comedians, poets, (f) R&B singers Gospel s i nger s W bands, dance groups, rappers ::I 1-and pop singers are all wei-> come The competition will be ffi judged b y major record labels, > t a lent scouts and producers. W The actual competition will be held December 9th and the J: winner will receive a cash (f) prize and a chance to be the opening act for a celebrity ::I headliner. a. z i= w ...J ...J ::I cc I ...J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...1 u. Tre Stylz Entertainment was founded by Tracy Carter, affectionately known as Ms. Tre, a native of Philadelph i a Pennsylvania Ms. Tre grew up in the entertainment industry and her musical influence com e s from her mother and family, all professional singers. "If I hadn't taken this path I would have been an entrepreneur at something. My tenure from childhood to present involved various music accomplishments. From singing in school productions church choirs, to a background singer for celebrity artists Melba Moore and Freddie Jackson." Th e mother of a 2 0 -year-o ld and a 16-y earold Ms. Tre s aid her person a l lif e ha s d efinitely impacted h e r caree r but never stopp e d h e r "It really gave m e m o r e strength, and giving my life to God really made the differ ence. He implanted in me the visions to be successful. Ms. Tre s aid you have to b e fearless and strong willed to take chances in the entert a in ment industry The important thing is to do something you a r e p a s sionate about." 'Growing up in Phill y m a de me realize how much t e n a city everyone has. It t aught me how to be strong and a survivor." Tre Stylz Entertainment i s a structured talent s cout enter prise "We market songwriters a nd producers (signed or unsigned), and help to guide them in the right directio n career wise We are a team of management professionals offering services in start-up project development, and we cover promotions globally for all of our artist Ms. Tre also owns a pub lishing company with its own record label "Tre Stylz ." Anyone interested in audi tioning, can contact Tre Stylz Entertainment at (813) 484-7176, or (813) 495-9762 Food Stamp Cards Acce d 813.247.5128 ATM Machine On Premises labor oav Red Carpet Event Sl!Jll' r Pur e Produl'liun s First Annual Lab o r Day RL' d Carp e t EYe nt hl'ld ll11 SL'pt. b at llarri:; Hall in Palm River. ll o s t s f o r the eve nt w e r e Joe, Jack, Double 0 and Pluto. (Photog1aphy by BRUNSON) The Super Pure Productions Labor Day Red Carpet Event included Joseph Lewis, William Rodgers, Vanessa Harris, Nina and Marvin Lancaster, and Ricardo and Brenda Battle. Derick, Ms. Girven and Shaun Howard at the Super Pure Productions event. Sweetcake, Kia, KeKe and Jese attended the Labor Day event. Candy, Tracy and Tan. Marvin Lancaster, Shylonda Walker, Shywanda Wiggins, Treshena (Trina), Lameshia Barr and Gary Walker at the first annual Labor Day event hosted by Super Pure Productions.

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Entertainment New Michael Jackson Single Hits The Airwaves tT I I I S I S I T \ ., .;-<._ MICHAEL JACKSON LONDON --Michael Jackson's new single This Is It" began streaming online and playing across the radio airwaves Monday, nearly four months after the "King Of Pop" died of a prescrip tion drug overdose aged 50. Th e track. which f eature::; backing Yocab bv Jackson's bro th e r s opL'ns with a s oft, so ulful intr od u c tion a nd the lines: "This i s it h e r e I stand/ I'm the light of th e world, I feel grand. It will be available t o buy as p a rt of th e two-disc album "This Is It" which hits t he shelves internationally on Octobe r 26 and in North America on October 27 to coincide with the global release of the Jackson movi e of the same name on October 28. A short collection of clips from the film were also featured on websites showing Jackson and backing dancers rehearsing their routines for a run of 50 comeback shows at London 's 02 Arena which the singer had been prep ari ng for when he di ed. Dr. Ore Wants To Release Detox In 2010 DR.DRE While Dr. Dre had hoped to drop his long-awaited Detox album this year, the hip-hop icon recently revealed to ABCNews.com that he's still cooking up the beats. In an interview to promote his line of Monster headphones, the reporter casual ly asked Dre what upcoming projects he had. "Only my album that I've been working on for the last 10 years, that's it, Detox record," he laughed. While he didn't go into any Subscribe Today! "The Vbice of Our Community Speaking for ltse(f"' specifics, Dre said, "Hopefully, I'll get it done at the end of thi s year, and we can hear it next year." Asl\ed what was ca u sing th e holdup of th e album th a t would b e his first solo effor t since 1999's 2001 album, Dre admitted, "motivation, other things getting in the way." Detox was originally slated for release in 2004 but has been pushed back numerous times as Dre worked on music for affiliated artists including Eminem, Snoop Dogg, so Cent and Game, as well as Gwen Stefani and Mary J. Blige. A snippet of music from the album debuted earlier this year during a commer cial for Dr Pepper. Back in August 2008, 50 Cent told MTV News that he'd record ed some material for Detox with Dre and joked that they were so good "I want the records back." At the time, even 50 didn't know when the album might drop, but he was keeping hope alive. "Hopefully, he'll get it done and put it out," 50 said. ''I'm waiting for the Detox. All I can say is, Dr. Dre is the best producer in my eyes. Just the consistency over the years .... He knows what he wants. He 's such a perfectionist that it becomes difficult for him to put it out." 'Good Hair' Lawsuit Against Chris Rock Tossed CHRIS ROCK A j udg e ha s dismissed a $5 million plagiarism lawsuit against comedian Chris Rock filed by a woman who claimed he used her idea for his documentary film, Good Hair." Regina Kimbell claimed she showed Rock her docu mentary, "My Nappy Roots," in 2007. Her film, like Rock's, features celebrities discussing differ e nt African American hair issues. Rock hit back at the allega tions, insisting the only similarity between the projects was the topic. Ultimat e ly, a judge agree d with him dismissing the suit on Thurs day, according to TMZ.com. Former Flight Attendant Sues Oprah OPRAH WINFREY LOS ANGELES --Oprah Winfrey has had pretty good luck in litigation during her career. Back in 1998 she won a Texas defamation case brought by cattlemen who weren't thrilled when she said she'd sworn off burgers on a show about mad cow disease This year she beat back a trillion-dollar lawsuit by a poet who claimed copy right infringement, and she recently filed an aggressive suit against marketers who claimed she put her stamp of approval on dietary supple ments. Now, a former flight attendant on Winfrey's private jet says she was fired after being accused of having sex during a flight in June, and she's filed a federal lawsuit against Winfrey's production company denying the allegations. Corrine Gehris alleges that flight attendant Myron Gooch and Winfrey's god daughter, Kirby Bumpus, made false and defamatory accusations that led to her dismissal. -i c m (/) 0 T.l. Wins BET Awards From Prison; Kanve A No-Show }< 0 () -i 0 m m JJ .... w ATLANTA--T.I. didn't n eed t o attend th e BET Hip H o p Awards to win two tro phies on Saturday. The rapper, who is locked up in an Arkansas p e nitentiary on a federal weapons con v iction, won the best collaboration award with Rhianna for the song Live Your Life" and the album of the year award for "Paper Trail." His fiancee Tameka "Tiny" Cottle accepted his awards at the ceremony in Atlanta and read a letter by the rapper, who began serv ing a yearlong sentence in late May. "Although I'm not there with you all, I'm there in spir it," Cottle quoted the rapper as writing. "My road to redemption is almost over .... Thanks for the support." Jay-Z was honored as the "MVP of the Year," while Drake took home "Rookie of the Year," and Ice Cube r eceive d the I Am Hip-Hop icon award. Ice Cube said [le was humbled by the award, and he believ es his ca reer as film maker could ear n him more T.I. 1\) 0 0 (0 honors in the future. He helped launch the gangsta rap genre with the group NW A, and he starred in "Barbershop" and "Friday," which he also co-wrote. 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Crime Man Charged With Arson, Anacking Deputies TERRY BANKS Early Monday morning, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies responded to a call of a deliberatel y set brush fire near a home in the g8oo block of East Fowler Avenue Deputies said Terry Banks, 49, used gasoline and a lighter to start the fire, targeting an unidentified woman who lives at the same address as Banks. When deputies arri v ed at the home they reported that Banks tried to block their wa y to go into the home to check on the woman A vio lent brawl began and Banks allegedly punched one deputy in the chest and another in the f a ce. He abo reportedly tore the radio from the shirt of a deputy After deputies were able to subdue Banks, they found a large knife in his pocket. When he was put in the rear of a patrol car he kicked the door, damaging the window, and twice spat a t one of the deputies, the report said. Banks remains in jail on charges of obstruction, two counts of battery on a law enforcement officer, depriving an officer of means of protection, criminal mischief, carry ing a concealed weapon and second-degree arson. Trio Sought In Sexual Assault PINELAS COUNTY -Tarpon Springs Police are searching for three suspects who pulled a woman into a van and sexually assaulted her in the parking lot of a Tarpon Springs shopping center. According to police, the woman was leaving the Kmart in the Tarpon Square Shopping Plaza Saturday afternoon when a white van parked next to her car Police said men pulled the woman into the van and sexually assaulted her. They then let her out of the van and drove off. The van was described as a white, work-style van with no markings that may have had a ladder on the roof. The tag may contain the characters X, P and 7 Police said the three men are in their 30s, and one was described as a white male with long, dark hair and a moustache. The second sus pect is described as a Black male with shoulder-length dreadlocks. The third suspect is a Black male with a thin build and close-cropped hair. Police are reviewing surveil lance video to see if it con tains any clues to the identity of the suspects Anyone with information is asked to call the Tarpon Springs Police Department at (727) 937-6151 Woman Stabbed At Orlando Nightclub ORANGE COUNIY, FL -A woman faces charges for stabbing another woman several times at a downtown Orlando nightclub : Police say the victim was attacked outside Club 360 on State Street and Robinson Street early Sunday morning. Officers found the suspect a few blocks away and arrested her. Neither the name of the suspect nor the victim has been released There is no word on the condition of the victim : -t c: m CJ) c Courthouse Capers. 0 () d LAKISHA BELlAMY, 25, possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia SHERMAN BURTON, 28, grand theft auto, possession of cannabis, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance BLAKE JONES, 23, possession of cannabis with intent to sell, possession of cannabis TESSA KNOTT, 24, battery (domestic violence) KENON MURRAY, 21, Battery (Domestic Violence) KENDRICK 25, possession of cocaine, loitering and prowling m m :a ..... ,!,.) 1\) 0 0 (0 "T1 r-0 :!! en m z -t z m r;m c: MICHAEL RICHARDSON, 19, robbery (firearm) JAMAL BOA1WRIGHT, 19, I battery on an elderly person J;; 65 or older, ::::! domestic battery Z UNCLE SANDY ... 2, 3, 9, "Some people hear, but never listen and never seem to get life right 6, 13, When you listen as well as you hear, you understand 23, 34, 57." "'0 c: m r-c;; ::r:: m c m < m -t c: WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1487 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. a scotts,. Tr e .. wg cf J 13 ,1,; ,;r s J'! r-:: : 'D ... :: .. ;: : t c :_ = _,: ;r : ) : M "'!S Ecfotc ,cu 'J .:.J :, "': ... : Jt:.: ... : :J: :J: .. .. m en c )> z c "T1 :a c

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