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Celebrating 65 }ears In The Tanzpa Bay .4rea --SEE STORY ON PAGE 16 DR. SAM HORTON INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES CENTER DEDICATED More than 60 people attended an event to dedicate a school district building in honor of the late Dr. Sam Horton. The building, located at 2909 N. 40th St., officially was dedicated as the Dr. Sam J. Horton Instructional Services Center. The dedication pro gram included words from School Board Member Carol Kurdell, Superintendent MaryEllen Elia, and NAACP President Carolyn Collins. Several members of the Horton family were in attendance. Dr. Horton spent 42 years as an educator in Hillsborough County Public Schools, working as a teacher and principal and finishing as the General Director of secondary education. He retired from the school district in 1991 and remained active in education issues. He dedicated his life's work to the desegregation of schools. Dr. Horton later served 10 years as president of the local branch of the NAACP. Dr. Horton passed away April7, 2009. Family members in attendance included: Michael Warren, Exley Warren, Sr., Sheila Warren, Exley Warren, Jr. (rear), Dwayne Horton, Wanda Horton, Cliff Horton and Jason Horton. (Photography by BRUNSON) Women's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Set SEE PAGE 10 Dad Turns In Teen Purse Snatcher SEE PAGE 16 Brother Talks About Hostage Situation SEE PAGE 2 Readers Respond To E-Mail Firings SEE PAGE 3

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,.... Rev. Brown continued his a: education and earned his w > Master's Degree in ,4\dminis-w tration and Supervision. fa He returned to Tampa and obtained employment as ::::::i a classroom teacher. During m his tenure that spanned more thap 38 years, Rev. Brown z served as a teacher, coach, t; and administrator. ..J As a coach, Rev. Brown S touched the lives of numerm ous young athletes. Several of ..J those men continued their w z .athletic careers throughout i= college and became profesffi sional players. He retired on en January 29, 1988, as the Dean of Boys at Chamberlain ii: High School. 0 In 1976, Rev. Brown it.. learned of his for- REV. ABRAHAM BROWN ... Honoree mer students had been incar cerated. After visiting the young man, Rev. Brown created the not-for-profit Prison Crusade Ministries, Inc., later renamed as Abe Brown Ministries. The purpose of the organ ization is to provide needed services for those incarcer ated as well as their families. Through the organization, of fenders, ex-offenders, their families, and others at risk, can productive and spiritually fulfilling lives. The retired senior pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill, Rev. Brown has been the recipient of many recognitions. In 2008, the newly con structed Middleton High School stadium was named "Abe Brown Stadium." Congresswoman Castor said, "Rev. Brown is a tremendous role model for our youth and an inspiration to our community. He self lessly devoted his life toothers and instead of abandoning those who had lost their way he worked tire lessly to help them get back on track. "He not only helped nu merous individuals, he helped an entire community. That is why I rise today to 'honor the life of Reverend Abraham Brown." ; : ; 1.. .,. Middleton Class 011965 The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will meet at the Col ege Hill Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. MLKing, Jr. Blvd., o onday, March 22, 2010, 6:30 p. m. Please plan to attend. Named To Dean's List Ashley Cobb, a student at the University ofMassachuse artmouth, was named to the Dean's List for the Fall2009 s ester. Brother 01 Victim Recounts Role In Hostage Situation BY IRJS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor after 2 p.m .. last the Tampa P olicL' Department recein:'d a y-1-1 call for as s i s tanc e The caller t old police that a 2 7 yea r-old wom a n was being held against her \ viii. Police responded to 10071/2 E. Lake Avenue, and began speaking with the sus pect. The Tactical Response Team was called to the scene after the suspect refused to release the young woman. The situation was finally re solved 4 hours later with the arrest of the Walter James Scott and the injury of the victim, Ms. Tameka Washington. Pastor Quantai Washington, pastor of Ebenezer M. B. Church, wanted to cor rect and clarify some infor mation about the hostage situation. Pastor Washington said the victim is his sister and both of them are members of his church. "I had just spoken with him about 1:30 p. m., that day. He wasn't upset or any thing. I had a previous en gagement out of town and I was on my way to the Inter state when my sister's friend called me and said they had gone over to the apartment and he snatched my sister in side and closed the door in her face. "A few minutes later, she called back and told me that my sister was kicking at the window and he (Scott) was pulling her back. She sciid, 'You better get over here.' She called me before she called the police." Pastor Washington said he contacted Scott on the cell phone. "He said, 'All I need is time. I'm not going to hurt your sister.' "I told him to let her come out or it was going to make things worse," Pastor Washmgton said. He further stated th_at when he arrived there were only two police units there By the time the incident was over, he estimated about 75 PASTOR QUANT AI WASHINGTON ... Pastor of Ebenezer M. B. Church police officers on the scene. Pastor Washington said he provided the officers with the cell phone number to communicate with Scott. Pastor Washington said that as the situation dragged on, he obtained a key to the apartment and gave it to police. It was at that point that police discovered Scott had barricaded the door with furniture. Police entered the resi dence after Scott cut off com munications with them. Pastor Washington said his sister suffered 10 puncture wounds to her back, a slash across her face, and a laceration across the WALTER SCOla ... Arrested back of her neck. He also said that the cou ple had only been together for two years and there had been some domestic violenc e issues between them, but they had been resolved Pastor Washington said his sister is recovering from the incident. Scott, 44, is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail without bond. He is charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and armed false imprisonment. 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Feature -t c: m (/) 0 }< Readers Respond To Call 01 Firing Three Countv OHicials now md btlitw t ht C'ou n Comm issiont>rs 0 s h o uld bt wry cautious in : how arc this m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, Ken Hagan, Chairma n o f th e Hill s b o r ough County Board of Com mission e rs releas e d a letter to th e community calling for th e re signation of three top officials. The issue wa s di s cussed during a transportation workshop on Wedn es day. It ended with the public request being unresolved and the d ec ision to terminate County Administrator Pat Bean, County Attorney Renee Lee, and County In t e rnal Performance Auditor Jim Barnes b e in g delayed until the r egular meeting on (tomorrow) Wednesday, March l71h. Some citizens who attended the meeting or watched the proceedings on television shared their opinion about the meeting. Ms. Ann Porter said, "I was saddened by the unprofessional demonstrated by the County Commissioners at the meeting on Wednesday afternoon. These are highly educated women who are widely known by our citizens and I indeed feel that they have been pushed aside in their careers as failures. -Mrs. Bean has b ee n a g reat e mpl oyee for more than thirty y ea r s. Atty. Renee Lee s up e r v i ses so m e of th e be s t l awye r s se l"\in g Hill s b o r o ugh County si nce it s inception. For their careers to end here tainted and tarred, is a s lap on the face of all women in this county. Commissioners, we have far more problems to deal with in this county. Budget s are trimmed, services are being cut, staffs are being laid off, and more t axes are b e ing requested. Maybe it i s time to elect our County Admini strator a nd the people can d ec ide whether h e or s h e i s doing a good job. Attorney Clinton Paris said, "Wednesday was another low point for the Hillsborough County Commission. By taking up Ken Hagan's open letter regarding the resignation of Pat Bean, Renee Lee, and Jim Barnes, the Commissioners guaranteed they will be spending a lot of their time and taxpayer's money on another non-issue, while the real issues affecting the community go unattended. "After spending so much time last year dealing with Kevin White's lawsuit, I am stunned the Commissioners would go after Mrs. 4th Annual Tampa Clean Citv oav March 20th Friends of Clean City, a nonprofit organization whose primary objective is..,to support the initiatives ot' .the Clean City 'of 'the CitY of Tampa announces its 4th Annual Tampa Clean City Day. The city-wide clean up and t>eautification projects will be conducted from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, on March 20th, at different sites throughout the city. A celebration to thank the volunteers for their efforts and bring anti-litter and recy cling awareness to the general public will begin at 12:30 p.m., at Raymond James Stadium. There will be games, educational activities, music, and fun for everyone. Volunteers, corporate sponsors, and booth vendors are welcome. Bring in your old auto, motorcycle, and marine batteries for recycling and get a free pizza. Friends of Clean Cjty .ax:e working to make Tampa the next model clean city. Since its inception in 2005, the City of Tampa has gone from being #31 on the Reader s Digest list of clean cities to #8 in 2008 on Forbes list of the so cleanest cities in the U. S. This year's objective is for Tampa to be ranked into the top five cleanest cities and then even tually to become the #1 model clean city. The city is looking to host a national conference for clean city initiatives best practices in 2012. The organization is focusing its efforts on six initiatives: improved air quality, improved water quality, reduced toxins, reduced hazardous waste, improved sanitation and recycling, and community improvement sustainability. For more information contact Frances Lausier at (813) 598:-2637. Lee a nd l\lrs. Bean s imul tan eo u sly. "itho ut m o r e that what w as s t a t e d in th e m ee t in g o n th e com m e nt s of Ken Hagan and Mark Sharpe they do not n ee d the benefit of an inv estigation, or to afford th e accused p a rtie s due process before pushing to take away their livelihood and ruin their careers. Moreover, some forethought should be given to how the county would replace the experience and kh'owl e dg e of Mrs. Bean and Mrs. Lee or prepare for a n ega ti ve impact on county government. Case in point, they could not even figur e out how to proceed on this very issue without looking to the County Clerks' office for help getting outside legal advice on how to proceed. The Commissioners just brought a County Mayor closer to re ality. Ms. Pat Spencer said, "I always say about any situation, 'do your homework,' and especially if you hold an elected office, with people depending on you to make decisions based on fact. All of the Commissioners need to carefully go over MS. PAT SPENCER all of the fact s, and not just take what one or two of the other Commissioners have to say. ''They are dealing with p eo ple's live lihood and with taxpayers' money, and everything should b e gone over with a fin e tooth comb, meaning, know what yo u are talking about, or keep quiet." Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr., said, "County Attorney Renee Lee is an experienced professional who has been well trained. I have known her for nearly 35 matter. am troubl e d the nc-cusntions and hav e sent messages to Commissioner Beckner's office. I trust they all are given due proc ess in this mutt e r and that the other Commissioners will take heed to the counsel Of Commissioner Jim Norman. M y praye rs are with the m all." Ms. Yolanda Anthony said, "We expect our county ... 0 ., commissioners to be objec-r-tive, not quick to judge, to learn the facts and then 0 make sound decisions. I attended the meeting and it was clear in my mind none of the above demonstrated. Attorney (Renee) Lee should remain our county attorney. ,. en m z m r;m c: r r-g) z ., c: m r-c;; X m c m c! m en c ,. z c :::0 6

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0 editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 2 02-140) 2 2 07 21s t A venue Tam pa F lond a 33605 ( 8 1 3 ) 2481 921 P u b li sh e d Ev ery T u esda y and Fnda y B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., M ember of Nat t ona l Newspaper P ublishers As s oc t a t i on ( NNPA ) POSTMASTER: S end Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W .W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) 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 Subscr i ptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions : $87 00 Per Year Both Editions Op1nions expressed on edi!orial pag es of this newspaper by Co l umnists or Guest Writers, do not n ecessa r i ly refl ec t the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Recreation Centers Prevent Crime > city Councilman John Dingfelder has come up < with a good idea. He proposes a one dollar C monthly property tax increase. And what would the ff City of Tampa do with all that new money? Use it to c support the City's parks and recreation centers, parZ ticularly in the Black community. < It's no secret. Many parents, white, Latino as well as Black, cannot afford increased park fees and simply C find the possible $too to $220 monthly child afterf3 school park and recreation costs to be a no-brainer :l budget-buster. In essence, it's either "Do we pay to 1-send our children to a recreation center?" or "What {i: shall we have for dinner?" The answer is seldom in the W parks and recreation centers' favor. Gj Meanwhile Tampa's gang and teen violence problem c continues to rise. Yet, isn't it strange how we seem to W have no problem finding funds to arrest and jail youthful offenders, yet, cannot seem to locate $2 mil::::J lion to keep kids off the streets. m The saying" An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" certainly applies here. So, we urge Tampa ofZ ficials to find ways to lower the costs of after-school t= programs, as soon as possible. Our future is the one thing we should not pinch pennies to protect. ...J :l m I ...J w z t= z w U) < c a: 0 ...J u. l Allis Not Quiet On The Hillsborough Front It was a circus, equal, some said, to the legendary Cirque-de-Soliel, which comes to town every year about this time. Others said it reminded them of stories about the l;leginning years of the French Revolu-, tion -where. i his kangaroo court sent many an innocent Frenchman to the guillotine for unfounded reason and unethical cause. Indeed, last Wednesday's County Commission meeting was both a three-ring-circus and a courtroom fit for Judge Pigmeat Markham. Sadly enough, what it revealed, Hillsborough County Administration and the Commission that supposedly leads it, is out of control. We make such a remark without laughter. For, what took place, was revolting and frightening. If it had not been for one young woman, Attorney Chinwe 0. Fossett, of Cohen, Foster and Romine, and who was counsel for County Attorney Renee Lee, the entire County meeting might have gone to hell-in-a-hand basket! Almost single-handedly, Attorney Fossett fought her way back to terra-firma on behalf of her client Renee Lee, and in so doing, forced what had become a rabid mob to realize maybe they should be more modest with their "off-with-their-heads" mentality. Meanwhile, all is still not quiet on the Hillsborough County front. And the question still looms: Who w should be fired? <.:J In the words ofRobespiene, "Let the people decide!" t lw tnd 11f the dnv ht' was a oict' f o r tlw \ Oietlt>ss and a drum major for just il't Tampa Needs Another Bob Gilder Bob Gilder didn't do his work for money. Bob twvcr mad e the kind of money his \vork called for. yet h e kept right on for justie( He k ept right on a voice for Blac k peopl e and lw k e pt right on k ee ping Blal'k probl e ms on th e for e front. Call him what eve r you want to. Call him a self promoter in a three-pi ece suit, call him an angel in jeans or call him a drum major for justice. Call him by_ any of these names and you would be right. The late Bob Gilder was a little bit of all of these things. The most appropriate title would be that of a drum major for justice. Mr. Gilder was good for the City of Tampa, the County of Hillsborough and especially Black people Bob Gilder would socialize with the downtown crowd and hang out with the boys on Main Street. But what Bob Gilder did b es t was to keep th e prob l e m s of Blac k p eo ple front and center and b e for e th e eyes of those who could do s omething about them. Mr. Gilder didn t just discuss Black problems with Black people. He took th e m to th e powers that be. Mr. Gilder took them to the Mayor 's office, th e City Council th e Board of County Commission s and to th e State Legislators. Bob went with other Civil Rights war riors and he went by himself. Either way, Bob went. He told those with power what Blacks were thinking and what Black people wanted. For whatever Gilder's reasons were, at No matt e r how hard any bod y ha s tried no one has b ee n able to fill th e empty shoe of the lat e Mr. Bob Gilder and no one has b ee n abl e to play th e rol e that h e play e d for Black p e ople. Tampa need s someone who knows how to play the role and is capable and will ing to play the rol e to get Black people 's problems on the front burner We have a governmental Black Caucus, but they exist in name only. Rest in peac e Bob Gilder, but we could sure use you in the county these days. platoon She was responsible for ordering patriot missiles to be fired, destroying at least two Scuds (Iraqi sur face-to-surface missiles). Sheroes: Black Women Who Fought In Desert Storm As the commander of Alpha Company, 241 h Support Bat talion Forward, 24th Infantry Division, a 100 person unit, Army Captain Cynthia Mosely worked near the frontlines, also. She led the unit, "which supplied every thing from fuel to water to ammunition to all of the for ward brigades." M ost Black female mil itary veterans will tell you that Black women who served in the military have been woefully under-recog nized. Indeed, Black women make up 30 percent of all military personnel, with 33.6 percent enlisted and 13.1 per cent as commissioned and warrant officers. According to one Black female veteran, many Black women "served with distinc tion during Desert Shield/Storm as officers, noncommissioned officers ; and enlisted soldiers. Of the 35,000 women who went to Desert Storm, an estimated 40 percent were Black." Desert Storm, also known as tp;e Gulf War, or Persian War, began August 1990 and officially ended in November 1995. According to Staff Sergeant Betty Brown of the Washington, D. C. Army National Guard, "All of these women endured the heat and the primitive conditions: no electricity, no running water, no bathrooms, and the sani tation details (cleaning 10 gallon trash cans that served as toilets)." During the war, 16 women died and two were captured and held as prisoners. We salute local female Desert Storm veterans, retired E7 Army Reservist :Sertha Baker and Assistant Princi pal of Hillsborough High School; and Detention During the Desert Storm era, several Black women were promoted to high rank ing positions as well To wards the end of the war, Brigadier General Marcelite Harris was promoted to Major General, the first Black woman to attain this rank in the United States Air Deputy Jeanette Wallace Force. who served six years in both We applaud these women regular and reserve Army and all Black female military service, for their courage and personnel.for their service to sacrifice under these condiour country and for continutions. ing their service as role modNationally, at least tWo els and mentors to :other Black females have received women in the military, high recognition for outstanding schools, colleges, churches service during the Desert and in the communities Storm operation. Lieu-where they live. Know that tenant Phoebe Jeter you are loved and appreciheaded an all-male Army ated. Harambee.

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0 ..... out You Exchanging Wedding Vows JOEL SHACK, JR. And IATECIA JACKSON Mr. Joel Shack, Jr. a nd Ms. Latecia Jackson h ave b ee n t oge th e r stro n g f o r a lm os t five yea r s n ow. Th ey w ill b e m a kin g th e ir r e la ti o n ship off i c ia l b y say in g th eir w edding vows o n M a r c h 20 th a t Clearwa ter B eac h If you know th e brid e or g r oo m a nd would lik e t o a tt e nd th e cere m o n y o r jus t w a nt t o t ell th e m con g r a tul atio n s, pl ease con tact th e m b y ph o n e a t ( 727 ) 6 5 7-1287. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 1 (813) 248-1921 OMASJ F: YOHO -'i -J _ _ I "Serving The Community Since 1947" .. Did You Know That. .... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In P ration For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 CORE Y \ VOODARD Happy b i rthda y Corey (Baby Boy ) Woodard o n Marc h 18, of P l ant C ity. FL. We l ov e a nd mi ss y o u Y ery mu ch! Th e famil y : g r a n d p are nt s, Madelyn a nd Jackie; pa r ents, Debra and C ecil; brothe rs, Shawn and Walter; so n s, Kohray a nd Karym; aunts, Lyn, Linda (Ben), and Eleanor (George); c o u s in s, Steven, Taylor, Brittny, Travis (Keisha), Jerry (Pumpkin), Deanna, Christina a nd Ashley. A l s o a b i g h ello t o your f r i end, Corey of L a k e W a les, FL. COREY WOODARD Happy 30th Birthday, Corey Woodard! look Who's Turning 301 COREY WOODARD } 'Happy birthday, Corey (Baby Boy) Woodard. KOHRAY AndKORYM Happy birthday, dad (Corey Woodard). W e l ove and mi ss you! KENNYON MALACHI BENNEY TILLMAN A noth e r o n e o f Bay-Bay's kid s Ha pp y b e la t e d 2 nd birthd ay, Kennyon!! L o ve, clad, m o m bro th e r s an d s i s t e r s A l so se n ding mu c h l ove t o m y uncl e Grcedy-Mun, b eca u se w e s h a r e th e sa m e birthday! M ay h e r es t in p e a ce T o Mrs. Donna (Ma r c h 30) a nd M1s. Johnishu B. ( Mar c h 30), a l so Mr. Joe ( Mar c h 31), I w a nt t o wis h t h e m a h a ppy birthd ay MRS. THELMA GREEN Happy birthday, Mrs. Thelma Green. From, your family and friends. NAYA, SERENITY AndKELEE Kelee T. Jackson made the Principal's Honor Roll at Edison Elementary. Serenity P. Jackson received a Math Improvement Award at Edison Elementary Both sisters attend Bread Of Life Fellowship Pastors Lance and Penny Carter. N aya J. Levell earned a Citizenship Award at Kenly Elementary. Proud grandparent: Shirley Simmons-Mebane.

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Loca N (0 .,.... Zetas Preparing To Celebrate 30th Anniversarv Of Sir Debonair I Sir Lord Next mon th the m e mbers o f Z e ta Phi Beta Sorority, In c Beta Sigma Zeta Chapt er, will ce l ebrate th e 30th An ni ve rsary of Sir Debonair / Sir Lord. The weekend of April 24, 25, 2010 th e T a mpa Airport Hilton will b e abuzz with activity for th e Blue Ice Gala. Th e Blue Ice Ball i s Saturday eve ning, April 24, 2010, and the Sir Debonair/Sir L o rd presenta ti o n i s Sunday afternoo n 5 8 p m The chairpersons and planning committee a r e searc hin g for former cont es t a nt s, a nd es peciall y former Sir Debonairs a nd Sir Lords. Not o nl y the winners, but those associated -parents Amicae, Archonettes, Amicettes, P ea rl e tte s; their sponsors, role models program chairmen, choreogra-E. N. CUSSEAUX phe r s hosts, hos tesses, s t age d es i g ners -are asked t o co nt act th e c h a irperson Betty Kinsey, ( 813 ) 872-8809 or co-chairperson, E. N. Cusseaux, (813) 870-0545. The first Sir Debonair (1980) was (the late) Pastor Deondrick Douglas ctwistian Center SUnday, March 21st Mami1g Warship 0 10:46AM Pastor Alfonzo & Lady Joai Broughton Clnlar auoh Looation: 2711 E. 181h Ave, Tampa, R. 33al5 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 310712 Tampa, R.33680 ST. MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3910 W. laurel St. -Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 872-6254 Announces Celebration Of 25th Anniversary And Invites You To Join Us Slnlay, March 21' 2010 9:30 A M.-Suoday School 11 A M.-Morning VVorship REV: WALLACE Z.BOWERS Pastor R M. -Evening Worship J With Pastor/Teacher Samuel Maxwell And 1st Baptist Church of Progress Village BETIY KINSEY Michael A. Rodriguez, Jr. As a la s tin g tribute, hi s mother, Lydia Wilson Rodriguez, esta bli s h e d a n annual scholarship in his name. This scholarship i s presented t o a Debonair contestant. The first royal court had 12 aspiring "Men of Tomorrow:" Lionel Bryant, Michael Rodriguez, Michael Kennedy, Curtis Lane, Claude Adams (3rd runner-up), Donald Latson, Jeffrey Rhodes (2nd runner-up) Jessie Rollins, Darrell Turner, Kelvie Gibson, Lee Bryant and Jimmy Keel, Jr. The first event was held in the Gasparilla J{oom of Curtis Hixon Convention Center. Dr. Chester "Gay Papa" Miles was the Master of Ceremonies and Essie Feu was the Basileus Michelle Lemons, M.D., is the current Basileus. campaign To Donate Mobile Phones To HaiUan Families Haiti Mobile World and Digicel will launch a donation campaign to supply new, low-cost mobile phones to the neediest Haitian families affected by the earthquake on January 12,2010. Each mobile phone includes a free SIM card and so preloaded airtime minutes, which can be purchased online by donors with credit card or PayPal at www.haitirnobil eworld.com. states Keith White, Founder and CEO of Haiti Mobile World. Maarteen Boute is CEO of Digicel. Patel Conservatorv Ans Enrichment PannershiP APPlications Available Th e P a tl'l ConSL'n atorY at thL Da\ id A. Straz. Jr. Cen ter f o r th e P e rf orming Arts. seeks t o proYid e high quality arts enhance m e nt programs for lo ca l sc h oo l s and organizations thro u g h outreach partne r ships. Applications f o r the 2010 -2011 School and Communit y Partne r ships program will b e accepted through Wednesday, Mar c h 31. Each year, the Pate l Co nservatory works with unde rse r ve d a rea sc ho o l s and community organiz<,tions tha t becom e the pnrttll'rs All sc k c iL'd orgnniz u tions w iII r c c c i v e 11 p to t h r L L' exceptional tducat i onnl out reach c xpcri enl't'S. Selectio n c rit e ria ineludr but are not limit e d to ap pli cation co mpl etion, d e m ographic r eq uir e m e nt s, geo g raphi c local ion and spec ial n ee ds Individuals wishing t o obtain m o r e informati o n o r to recei ve a partnership applicatio n contac t Tina James at (813) 2221 267 or v i s it www.DatelconservatoJ:Y,..Q.Ig. Tampa links Provide Suppon To Aid Haiti Eanhuuake Victims The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporated has donated $700 tow a rd s m e d ical supplies to help the vic tims affected by the January 12 earthquake in Haiti. "There's no question that we needed to assist Haitian citizens in the wake of this devastating tragedy," said Barbara Harvey, who oversees the International Trends & Services facet in the local chapter. With the help of Or. Rosemay Latortue, a Haitian native and local physician who often visits her homeland, medical assistance will directly aid the Notre Dame Orphanage in Port Au Prince, Ha"iti. Despite the devastating quake, the orphanage remains open and also serves as a shelter for adults who are now homel ess. Th e Link s hav e s upported the orphanage for several years. Past donations include the purchase of a new stove and windows, bed linens, and monetary donations for the orphanage, Harvey said. The organization supports local Haitian residents, too. Since 2005, the Links have given scholarships to several young ladies from Haiti who have attended Hillsborough Community College. "Haiti has always been a focal point of the work we do," Harvey said. "We will continue to do whatever we can to improve the quality of life for as many Haitian citi zens as possible." Ladles/ It's Our Time And Sellon With Get Ready For 2 of 1 Powerful Workshop: Come 8rtd find out Which p Milistry God is caiHng you Jesul SIVel thru Faith ApoRIIc: COG1B Tpe Bllhop .Adrian II. Shft, Jr., P.., I 4711 22lld 1 ,....,., 3311!: I Praying God the Bible Way Of the Faith, Inc., Mother Barblrl Shlw Apostle C. A. Cowlrt: Ovwleer ,, WE ARE: MOURNifG WOMJ:1 WAI.JNG WOMEN; II Class Instructor: Prophetess Ernnetta Adaer This Workshop wiU change your Prayer life in your Personal Closeiwith God! Come out and let God Bum our Resh during theM 2 days. Jeremiah 9:17. For more Information: Please contact, Mother Barbara Shaw

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oav Care Center Wins National Accreditation BY IRlS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor R ecen tly a Tampa day car e owne r was awa rd ed a n atio nal a c creditation from th e indu s try This marks th e third tim e she h as r ece ived the honor. Ms. Naomi Thompson, own e r of Naomi s Family Child Care, was awar d ed a National Accr edi tation from th e National A ss ociation of Family Child Care. S eve ral years ago, Ms. Thompson was e mploy e d b y th e Florida Highway Patrol and was writing a tic k et. A car c r as h e d into her stop p e d pa trol car, and it was at that point s h e decid e d to end her career with the state. Ms. Thompson continued to work until she had satisfied all of th e r eq uirement s to open a home da y care. Once s h e met tho se r eq uirement s, Ms. Thompson opened the door s to her day care facility. From the onset, Ms. Thompson knew that she wanted to be more than a babysitter. So, in addition to taking the required classes, Thompson learned as much as possible about the industry. She also became a member of several organiza tions including the National Association of Family Child Care. "You have to join the associ ation. You really must apply yourself and get connected. If you do, yop will learn about everything that is going on in the industry. "As a provider, I have learned so much about chil dren. You must stay up to YI Spades Tournament April 9th At Cyrus Greene Who has the skills to cal hemselves the best spade ard playing team around. he Cit)r of Tampa Parks an ecreation Department i osting a Spades Tournamen n Friday, April9 from 6 p. m. 8 p.m. at the Cyrus Greene Recreatio omplex located at 2101 Eas artin Luther King Blvd. Adults are welcome to brin partner or pick up a partne t the tournament. Come ou pd put your card-playin kills to the test! Entry fee i $5 per person. Trophies and bragging righ be awarded to the 1st an nd place teams. For more information pleas 11 the Cyrus Greene Recre tion Complex at 242-5350. Ms. Naomi Thompson is shown with some of the children who attend her day care center. (Photography by BRUNSON). date, but it's very rewarding." One parent, Ms. Jorethea Snipe, is very pleased with the service she has received. Her son, Giovanni, who is now 7 began attending the day care at 2-lf2 years old. He remained at the center until he was school age, and was enrolled in the kindergarten program. Giovanni is now in the gifted program at Muller Elementary School, where he is a 2nd grade student. In addition to the National Association of Family Child Care, Ms. Thompson is a member of the Child Care Providers Association of Northeastern Hillsborough County. She also plans to con tinue her education and earn her Bachelor's Degree as an Early Childhood major. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF OOD IN CHRIST 2313 East 27th Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 248-5690 Invites you in celebrating our Pastor And First Lady's -25th Anniversary Bishop Matthew Williams and Rrst Lady A. Gayle Williams SUnday, March 21, 2010 011 :ooam Theme: "GOD'S SUSTAINING POWERn -St. Luke 6:38 Anniversary Colors: Silver and Black AHordable Housing To Host Public Meetings JJ ings will luke phue from 7 0 Th e Hill s borough Affo rdabl e H o u s ing D e part m e nt will h os t two publir me e ting s next w ee k The m ee tings "ill focus on th e bar rie r s r eside nts e nc o unt e r in o btaining d e cent, affordabll' h o u s ing from m e mbe r s of th e community. The two meetings will take place on Monday, March 15th, at the 78th Street Community Library, 7625 Pnlm River Road, and on Tuesday, March t6th, at the University Area Community Service Center, t;J605 N. 22nd Street. Both meet-:I: p.m. to 8 p.m. ..... The public ran nbo makt m l'Oilllllt'nts to till' N 0 II Afford -..... alM Housing Department, At-0 t e ntion: Knren Collins, 1208 T ec h Blvd., Suite 300, Tampa, FL 33619; v ia t e l e phone at (813) 2 7 4 6605: fax at 813) 635 8134; or b y email at collinsk@hillsborouch-cou nty .orc. The Ll. S Department of Housing and Urban Develop m e nt r e quir es local ag encies r ece i v ing I-IUD funding to host th e m ee tings. Group Seeks To Meet With Communitv About School Issues BY IRlS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A group of college s tud e nts want to m ee t with m e mbers of the community to disc uss problems African Ame rican students are experiencing in the Hillsborough County School District Their goal is to create a report with sugges tions and meet with the school district. Ms. Carol Ransom, one of 8 students undertaking the project, said the "School Disci pline Reform" meeting will be held (today) Tuesday, March 161h, from s:30 p. m. until 8 p.m. "We want to meet with the parents, students, and anyone with concerns about the school district. It's like you're on the train, but you don't feel like you're moving It still feels like nothing has changed." Ms. Ransom said her group hopes to gather information through interviews, sugges tions and then present an un biased report to the school district. She further stated that the problems African American children face in school can't be properly identified or dealt with without talking to the students and th e par e nts. The group c onsists of s tu d e nt s from various states, uni versiti e s and backgrounds They are all stud e nt s at Nmth Central University in the doc torate program. Ms. Ransom said she ha s witnessed the failure of the r-0 ::D c )> CJ) m school system with her own z child. "My son failed and 1 felt ::::! like I'm a taxpayer paying you to fail my child." r;-A Tampa native, Ms. Ran-llJ som graduated from Hillsbor-:= ough High School in 1975. She enrolled at Florida State Uni-versity as broadcasting major Z and graduated from the Uni-"tJ versity of South Florida. She ffi earned her Master's Degree in I Organizational Management and Leadership. She is working m toward earning her Ph.p. in C Psychology. !;2 "We're not saying every-m thing is wrong with the school district. Sulphur Springs Ele--4 mentary school is a great model. But people don't realize CJ) that they can make a differ-ence. We are asking anyone < concerned about the schools to come out. c If anyone wants to make an appointment or to help with the study can contact her at C (813) 892-1911.

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N New Artists Encouraged To Participate In Singers And Musicians Conference c (J) w ::::> .,_ THE CLARK SISTERS Steve Marshall, coordi nator of the upcoming "Dorinda Clark Cole's 2nd Annual Health Fair and Re gional Singers and Musicians Conference," is encouraged new artists to get their mate rial ready for the new artist showcase. c United Urban Outreach is a: presenting the conference LL. this year in St. Petersburg Friday, March 26, 2010 <( through Sunday, March 28, 2010, at the Prayer Tower C Church of God in Christ, 1137 ffi 37th St. So. Pastor i= Clarence Welch is host > a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::::> Q. z i= w ..I ..I ::::> m ...:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..I LL. pastor. The conference will feature Grammy award-winning gospel superstars, the Clark Sisters and Stellar award winner, Troy Sneed. The Clark Sisters will judge the new artist show case on Friday night. The winner will have an opportu nity to participate in the na tional conference in Detroit and pedorm before record executives and other gospel stars. The winner will receive arrangements for air fare, hotel, conference registration and $soo.oo spending money. Later that evening, Ms. Angel Chisholm, daughter of Jacky Clark, and J. Drew Sheard, son of STEVE MARSHALL Karen Clark Sheard, will host the Urban Cafe, a serv ice dedicated to young adults. The conference is a one-of a-kind event that will also in clude workshops, nightly services and a health fair. Saturday, there will be health classes and seminars. For more information on the conference, visit www.unitedurbanoutreach.c Qill or call 727.:.244-8119 or (813) 900-1416. Proceeds from the confer ence will benefit United Urban Outreach, a non-profit organization committed to providing a healthy and bal anced home environment for boys between the ages of 13-18 years old, who are in the State of Florida Foster Care System. 3rd In State: National Women And Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Dav Planned MS. TIFF ANI WAlTS ... Encourages women and girls to be tested BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Currently, Hillsborough County has the third largest rate of people living with HIV I AIDS in the State of Florida. In an effort to bring the sig nificance of this into focus, three organizations will participate in the National Women and Girls HIV I AIDS Awareness Day. The event will take place on Saturday, March 201h, at the Chloe Coney Urban Enterprise Center, 1907 E. Hillsborough Avenue, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The organizations participating in the celebra tion are the CDC of Tampa, Inc., the U .S. Department of Health and Human Services and the University of South Florida Institute on Black Life. Women and girls can get tested and will re ceive information about HIV I AIDS prevention and awareness. The event is part of a national initiative to raise awareness of the increasing impact of HIV I AIDS on women and girls. Ms. Tiffani Watts said, "I wanted to do this event because a lot of young women are afraid to get tested. I wasn't aware that Hills-MS. ClARA conn USF Institute On Black Life borough County has the third largest count of people living with HIV I AIDS in the state. This is scary to know. "We hav e to get tested and know our status. It is the responsible thing to do, not only for us, but for the younger girls in the community." Ms. Watts said the eve nt is planned as a family fun day and those in attendance will be treated to Jive entertainment, music, food, and fun activities for the entire family Additionally, the women and girls who are tested will be recipients of a special treat. Studio 813 will be on hand to provide free eyelash ex tensions, or eyebrow arching. There will also be give-a-ways of hair care products and services that include free sew-in, wash and set, and cut and styles. This includes products from Design Essentials, Nairobi, and Straight Request. Clara Cobb, of the University of South Florida Institute On Black Life has joined the effort to stress the importance of getting tested. Their goal is to test 100 women and girls. For additional information contact Ms. Watts via e-mail at tjw_rattler@msn.com or Ms. Cobb at 974-9387 or ccobb@ibl.usf.edu. 7th Annual Cotillion-Debutante Extravaganza Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Aaliyah Parker-Brown, Ebony Smith, and Sentinel City Editor Ruth-Ann Walsh. The young ladies will be escorted by: Paul On Saturday, March 20th, the 7th Annual Anderson, John Brooks, III, Antonio Cotillion-Debutante Awards and Scholarship Brooks, Michael Davis, Daniel Dorsey, Extravaganza will take place. The event will be John Hammond, Darious Johnson, Gary held at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 3705 Spec-Mennifield, George Messer, II, Markquis trum Blvd. Miller, Aaron Peoples, Terrence Peoples, The theme this year is, "Once Upon A Richard Russell, James Staten, Cameron Debutante." Walden, Scottie Washington, and Ramon The Cotillion is a formal ball in which young Willingham. women are presented to society. The Debutante The Flower Girls are: Sataria Ashmeil, Presentation highlights the past and current Arie Baldwin, Savana Dorsey, Jailyn Godwin, Olivia Durant, Yulandria, achievements of the young ladies. It also recog-Lelani, and Da'Nae. nizes their future goals and allows parents the The Page Boys: are: Xaivier Lindsey, opportunity to honor their daughters. Jaylen Lindsey, and Xaiver. Long before the extravaganza takes place, the The Cotillion first came into existence in 1961 Tampa Cotillion-Debutante Organization helps under the name of the Junior Cotillion. It was the young ladies to understand the importance under the direction of Mrs. Marie Sheehy of character, community service, and academic and the La Sans Souci Bridge excellence. The organization rewards the young consists of retired educators and community ladies who accomplish their goals by bring posleaders. itive recognition to them in the form of the ex-It was renamed the Tampa Cotillion-Debutravaganza. tante Awards and Scholarship Extravaganza. This year's Debutantes are: Tajullah Ms. Mary (Telfair) Cooper is its directress. Stokes, Victorya Thomas and Erica Pat-For additional information contact Ms. ton. Cooper at (813) 389-5196, or Ms. Sherrie The Cotillionettes are: Mariana Ball, Koon, Assistant Director at (386) 290-6836, Sonyoma Foreste', Zayeer.3: . . J. koon@yahoo.com.

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L)cal -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 c West Tampa Icon's Home Gets Free Makeover ; ,.. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Before Earl Howard's health started failing, he and his wife of 44 years, Lillie, bought paint and other mate rials to give the place they've called home for almost 30 years a makeover. On Janual)' 22, 2010, Mr. Howard passed. Mrs. Howard said they had been waiting for his health to im prove so they could start the work. After a while we knew he wasn't going to get better." To her surprise, Ms. Howard received a caJI from a group of people who told her they would be at her home at 9 a.m. this past weekend when I knew what was going on. That's when I knew these people, many of them I had never met had volunteered their time and ef forts to give my house the makeover." "When we got started, the volunteers put new carpet in my living room and painted it, and painted the kitchen." Ms. Howard said to her delight, they also painted her -MS. I.D I.IE HOWARD green room where her hus band was when he passed away. "They painted the outside, East Tampa Residents Frustrated Bv Street Closures East Tampa residents are be coming increasingly irritated with the amount of road work being done in their neighbor hoods. City of Tampa Public Works Director, Steve Dagnault, said all of the work is part of the city's effort to replace storm drains. "We a firm schedule in place : and we try to keep the main streets open. We're also trying to expedite the repairs so as to not inconvenience res idents." What has made the repairs hard to deal with is the fact they're all being done not far from each other, and normal detoured routes are now blocked off, adding to the drive time of people trying to either go to work or return home. The work has also impacted public transportation as buses have to follow a detoured route. Among the streets where the work is being done are Chipco near 29th Street, 18th Avenue at 29th Street, and 26th Avenue and 29th Street. One city official said the work being done on Chipco will take the longest to complete. East Tampa drivers also awakened Wednesday to find that 22nd Street between Chelsea and Cayuga had also been blocked off. That project is expected to be finished in the next two weeks. and I'm e.-..:tremely happy with the work." Steven Vannetta, the newly elected president of the West Tampa Neighborhood Association/Crime Watch, said when he was elected. he asked Ms. Howard to return as secreta!)' for the organiza tion, and she agreed. "She told me before her hus band got sick they were going to fix their home. I told her I'd look into it getting done. Within minutes of me sending out e-mails, I had vplunteers ready to get to work. "Carpet was replaced, rooms inside were painted. broken windows were repaired. nnd :I: we all had a great time." -Vannetta said a lot of peo-ple pitc hed in, including -Tampa Polic...-e M.Uor Sophie o Teague, who paid for a lot of the supplies out of her own pocket. "We didn't do this for any publicity and I'm personally pleased with what's happen ing in West Tampa." Ms. Howard said sht con siders this a great apprecia tion for the work she's done as a Crime Watch Representa tive for the past 26years. "U c Ill r CJ) ::r: m 0 NEW CllFNTS ONLY: Offcr!Dtd ror Tu Prtpmlio 'ot nlid 11iti otlttr ofTm. 2010.

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0 . ____________________________________________________________________________ .,.... ational Black Golf Hall Of Fame Names 2010 Inductees Induction In Conjunction With Mid-Winter Classic Golf Tournament c a: u.. c z <( c en w 1-ft w > w c w :I: en ::; m a. z t= w ..J ..J m I ..J w z t= z w en ( The National Black Golf Hall of Fame (NBGHF) has announced its 2010 inductees and will hold its 23rd Anniver s ary Induction Gala on Saturday, March 27, 2010, 6 pm, at the Embassy Suites Hotel, University of South Florida location, in Tampa, FL. The NBGHF's core mission is 'To recog nize and honor the contri butions of Black golfers for their skills and, to honor persons, regardless of race or ethnicity, who have done the most to promote golf in the Black communities." The 2010 Inductees are Barbara A. Douglas of Scottsdale, Arizona, John F. Merchant of Newton Connecticut and in the Special Category, the Winston Lake Golf Course in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Winston Lakes GC will join historic Rogers Park GC, in Tampa, FL, as the only facility locations to receive the NBGHF recogni tion. In 1992, Ms. Douglas became the first minority woman to be appointed to the United States Golf Ass.ociation (USGA) Women' s Amateur Public Links Committee. Since then she has continued to hold several significant positions within the USGA, such as serving as a member of the prestigious USGA Women's committee, Chairman of the Sectional a: Qualifying Committee, and g the Women's Regional U.. Affairs Committee. In 1997 her extensive professional background experiences with IBM, and tenure with the USGA made her a logical choice for the role of Vice President for the National Minority Golf Foundation, where s h e rapidly advanced to Chief Operating Offic e r and eve ntually to President /Managing Director from 1999-2004. Barbara Douglas is now a licensed Realtor, and resides in Scottsdale, AZ. She continues to be a vocal advocate for minority participation in the game of golf, an accomplished player, and loyal committee person for vari ous USGA committees. John F. Merchant has many firsts on his resume of accomplishments. Most significant i s that he was the first African-American to graduate from the University of Virginia law school. In 1992, he became the first African-American to serve on the powerful USGA Executive Committee. During his tenure with the USGA, he organized and conducted four important Symposiums, where golf industry leaders joined with leaders in the African American communities to discuss diversifying the game, and its industry. From these Symposiums arose the concept of the National Minority Golf Foundation, and John Merchant served as the first Executive Director. He also served as an impetus to Pete McDaniel's acclaimed book, Uneven Lies: The Heroic Story of African Americans in Golf; which has recently evolved into an insightful documentary aired on Golf Channel entitled Uneven Fairways NBGHF Executive Director, Jeff Dunovant, For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! N w CJ Now said "w hen m y father found e d the Hall of Fame, h e meant for people lik e Ms. Douglas and Mr. Merchant to be recog nized. Dunovant went on to say, "had it not been for facilities like Winston-Lake, Black golfers would have never been able to their skills and compete at the highest levels ." Each of the abovementioned individuals will be in Tampa during the Mid Winter Golf Classic weekend. They will be joined by numerous other NBGHF members, golf advocates, industry leaders and corpo rate supporters. In addition to the Induction Ceremony, the weekend of March 26-28, will also include the revival of the Mid-Winter Pro-Am Classic featuring a pro purse of $15,000. Once a mainstay of the African American golf circuit," the Mid-Winter Classic is b e ing revived to showcase the talents of aspiring golfe r s of color, and to revisit diversi fication strategies throughout the game, and its industry. The pro division is being sponsored by the Advocates USA, an organization of African American men who seek to improve the quality of life in African American communities. Jim Dent, a 12-time winner on the PGA Champions Tour, and NBGHF member, is serving as' tournament host and Honorary Cha_irman for both events. Both pro and amateur tournaments are 36-hole medal play events For complete details of the weekend activities contact Kennie Sims, Tournament Director, at 813-673-4320 or ksims@tampasportsauthority. com: or Mike Cooper at 813-960-0825, or mcooper@thefirsttee.org. Tomlinson Signs 2-Year Deal With Jets NE\\ Y OR K--LaDainian Tomlinson i bolting for th e Big Apple. Tomlinson s age nt Tom Condon, sai d unda that th e e w York Jets s i g n ed lh former C h a r g r s running back to a two-y ea r contract. The J ets confirm ed that they h ave agreed to a d eal, adding th e aging star to th e NFL 's rop-ranked rushing offense last season. The J ets went afte r Tomlinson hard even though he turns 31 in June, is c oming off his l eas t produc tive season and there are questions whether he has much l eft. New York apparentl y still saw plenty to lik e from Tomlinson, who rank eighth on the NFL are r rushing list with 12 ,490 yards, and gave him a d al worth about $5.2 million. Browns Sign TE Benjamin Watson To Multi-Year Deal CLEVELAND --The Cleveland Browns filled a gaping offensive hole, signing free agent tight end Benjamin Watson to a multiyear contract. Watson spent the past six seasons with the New England Pat riots, where h e previous ly worked with Browns coach Eric Mangini and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. The Browns did not release financial terms. Watson signed a three-year deal worth $12 million, including $6.35 million guaranteed. He is the third free agent to sign with Cleveland, joining linebacker Scott Fujita and BENJAMIN WATSON right tackle Tony Pashos. Watson visited the Browns on Thursday, when the club also hosted quarterback Jake Delhomme and running back Justin Fargas. RB Larrv Johnson Signs 3-Year Deal With Redskins WASHINGTON --Not content with just one aging, opinionated running back, the Washington Redsktns added a second one Friday night when they signed Larry Johnson to a threeyear, incentive-laden contract Johnson agreed to a deal with a base value of $3.5 million, but he could make as much as $12 million if he meets certain incentives. Johnson joins Clinton Portis in what should make for an intriguing backfield dynamic under new coach Mike Shanahan. Johnson. is 30, Portis is 28 although Portis' body has been battered by so percent more car ries Both have been to two Pro Bowls. Both need to show LARRY JOHNSON some sort of resurgence rather than a steady decline toward retirement. Johnson ended his season with the Cincinnati Bengals after being released by the Kansas City Chiefs in November.

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Sports Davis Denies lntentionallv Honing Shaquille GLEN DAVIS vs. SHAQUILLE O'NEAL CLEVELAND --Boston' s Glen Davis denies he intentionally tried to hurt Shaquille O'Neal in a game earlier this season, calling the accusations crazy." O 'Neal is expected to miss the rest of Cleveland's regular season after tearing a li gament in his thumb when Davis blocked his shot in a game in Boston on Feb. 25. Af t e r t h e bl oc k r e plays seem e d to cat c h Davis s qu eez in g O 'Neal's h a nd o n Cle v e land 's n e xt po ssess i o n Davis says h e was imply battling O'Neal for position and didn't know the hand was injured until 0 '1\feal called a tim eout and said his thumb was broke as he walked toward the bench. Davis texted O 'Neal after the incident and says O'Neal responded, "Don't worry, I'll be back." Both played at LSU. Davis calls O'Neal one of his favorite players growing up and the day h e met O'Neal for the first time was "the highlight of my lif e." Man Convicted In Slaving 01 Broncos Cornerback DARRENT WILLIAMS .. Was Killed By WILUECLARK DENVER --The group of. Denver Broncos players arrived at the Safari nightclub to celebrate New Year's Eve and was whisked inside by bouncers. One of the dozens of people waiting in lin e to get in -an alleged Tre-Tre Crips gang m ember -took exception 'We street," Willie Clark told wide receiver Brandon Marshall, according to court testimony. We got money too.' That encounter between celebrated professional athletes and an alleged angry gang member ultimately led to the Jan. 1, 2007, shooting death of cornerback Darrent Williants, a jury decided Thursday, convicting Clark of first degree murder. "It was a chance meeting and it was a ridiculous alter cation that led to this tragic result," said Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey. Clark, 26, faces life in prison at his April 30 sentencing. It took prosecutors and police nearly two years to build their case against Clark, partly because those who witnessed the shooting were part of a gang drug ring that was under federal inves tigation, Morrissey said. A code of s ilenc e kept those wit nesses from talking. Inside the nightclub, Clark continued to confront the athletes, prosecutors said. During testimony, Marshall described Clark as "off the hook" after a member of the Broncos' entourage sprayed champagne on New Year's revelers. Prosecutors portrayed Williams as a peacemaker as his friends argued with gang members. Som e gang members testi fied against Clark in exchange for lighter sentences on unrelated crimes. Two witnesses refused totes tify against Clark, saying their families would be hurt if they spoke out against a gang member. A third witness spent a night in jail before changing his mind and agree ing to tell jurors Clark con fessed to the shooting. Security was tight throughout the u-day trial. Thirteen armed deputies stood ii:J. the courtroom as the verdict was read. Deputies also were sta -tioned along a hallway outside the oourtroom. Clark declined to testify in his defense citing threats to himself and his family. Defense attorney Darren Cantor said gang members had threatened to turn Clark into "Swiss cheese" if he said anything in court. Another defense attorney, Abraluun Butt, maintained that Clark wasn't even in the SUV when the shooting happened. Heat Suspend Alston For Remainder Of Season I' RAFER ALSTON MIAMI --Rafer Alston's season with the Miami Heat is officially over. Alston was mo ved to the suspended list by th e Heat late Friday night, one week after he l eft th e team without telling any member of the organization why. Alston said that his depar ture stemmed from a persona] matt er involvin g his s i ster. He still h as not exp lained th e absence to the team, H ea t president Pat Riley said in a statement released Friday night after Miami beat Chicago. woods likelv To Return At Masters TIGER WOODS DORAL, FL --Tiger Woods intends to remain out of golf at least until the Masters. Woods has been practicing at Isleworth near his Orlando home the last two weeks, and swing coach Hank Haney flew there during the weekend to work with him. That led to speculation he was close to playing again. Woods twice has gone nine weeks without competing before showing up at a major. The first time was in 2006, when he didn't play after the Masters while coping with his father's death, then missed the cut in a major for the first time in the U.S Open at Wmged Foot Two years ago he was out because of knee surgery until winning the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines on a shattered left knee. Woods has not played since Nov. 15, when he won the Australian Masters in Melbourne for his 82nd career victory. BEAUTY UNLIMITED SOHNDRE This week's Beauty Unlimited feature Is not only unique but is much more than you see In this photo. Sohndre is a 24-year-old that stands 5 9 tall and enjoys listening to Lilf Wayne and Gucci Mane. Her hobbies are modeling and partying, and In the future she wants to complete her studies as a radiation therapist. Sohndre says her philosophy of life Is living life and loving every moment," and It Is something she strongly believes in. The man in Sohndrefs life must be respectful, handsome, tall, ambitious, and employed. Congratulations to Sohndre as this week s Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: ohnson @flsentinel.com. 81189 c m (/) 0 ?< )> :D C) :I: ..... m 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r 0 :D (/) m z ;:j z m r I m c r r m ...... z "tJ c m c (/) :I: m 0

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"'i:t -,.... wavne Forbidden To Sign Autographs Less th a n a wee k in th e bin g a nd Ul Wayne i s a lr eady b eing hit with m anda t es Wayne h as b ee n f o rbidd e n t o s i g n a uto g r a ph s b eca u se corr ec tion s offic i a l s said h e i s not a c e l e bri ty in h e r e Weezy b e gan hi s year-lon g j ail se nt e n ce for g un po s s es s i o n c h a r ges o n M o nday, but could get o ut within 8-month s if e xhibit s goo d b e h avior. Fugees Video Director Charged A n e w twi s t i s in e m e r g in g in th e case of Aswad Ayinde, th e N ew J e r sey man a cc u se d of rapin g five of his daught e r s a nd impr e gnating thre e of them with his children Police have confirmed that Ayinde i s ac tu ally a c ritically accla imed vid e o dir e ct o r who snagged an MTV award in 2002 for his direction of the Fugees' Killing Me Softly. He will stand trial five times, once for each daughter police say he raped, beat and impregnated at least six times. The ex-wife of the 51-year old man appeared in court and testified against him in a pre trial saying that he wanted to create "pure" family blood lines by impregnating several of his teenage daughters. She testified against him saying, "He said the world was going to end and it was just going to be him and his off spring and that he was chosen." Prosecutors say the man beat the girls, who were iso lated from the outside world and home schooled, with wooden boards and steel-toed boots. The three daughters he im pregnated gave birth to a total of six children. The babies were delivered at home and never received birth certificates. At least two instances where the babies who died in the home were buried without authorities being notified. Ayinde faces charges of ag gravated sexual assault, sexual assault, lewdness, child en dangerment, aggravated crim inal sexual contact and Old School Funk Fest Comes To St. Pete's Vinov Park Leg endary Artists Will Bring tir e Hml.-to tlr Bay A r ta on May rst ST. PETERSBU RG-Vari ty E nt e rt a inm e nt exp ec t t o draw n early 10,000 a t St. P t e r sburg s V inoy P a rk for th e a r ea's fir s t F unk Fest. T h e eve nt will offe r live p e rf o rm a n ces fro m seve r a l well kn own a1tis t s includin g M aze fea turin g Frankie Beverly, Babyface, Bell Biv DeVoe, Doug E. Fresh and SWV. Th e Funk Fes t i s spon s or e d b y 95.7 The Beat a nd pr omises t o b e o n e o f th e mo s t talk e d a b o ut e vent s of th e year. V arie ty Ent e rtainm e nt th e eve nt 's organizer h as a lr ea d y ple dged $1o ,ooo o f th e pro cee d s to th e Acad e m y Pr e p Cent e r who se miss ion i s to in s pir e a nd e mp o w e r e conomically di sa dvant age d urb a n s tud e nt s to b e futur e c ommu nity le a d e r s through a rigorous middle school program cou ple d with o ngoin g g r a du a t e s upp o rt. Tickets start at only $30 and can b e purchased online a t www.funkf e st2010.com or at d e sign a ted tick e t outl e t s throughout th e Bay ar ea:. The Funk Fest is no tra n g r t o F l orida, but will m a k it d but in th Bu a r a. Vari ty E nt r t a inm nt h as n t e rt aine d m o r th a n s o o 0 p opt in J ackso nvill o v r th Ia t f w yea rs; a nd i lookin f01ward t o buildin g th a m r e put a tion in th e Ta mp a r g i on. W a r ver y x it d a b o ut brin g in g so m o ld sc h oo l mu s i c to Vino y Pa rk. W e a r e please d with t h m br a c e from th C ity of St. P t e a nd look forward to a su ccess ful eve nt in M ay," say L e o B e nn e tt o f V ariety E nt e rt a in m e nt. Th e Funk Fes t ti k t s a r se llin g a t a s t a d y p ace with s om e sec tion s a lr ea d y sold out. Group tic k e t a t a r a l s o a vail able. For mor e info please vis it www. funkf es t 2 0 1 0 .c om. Funk F es t s t atte d in 1994 in Mobile,. AL with a pproxi mat e l y s ,ooo gu es t s Th e e v ent has blossom e d into a 5 city annual event that attract s more tha n 10,000 p e opl e in ea ch city a nd i s ex p ec t e d to r e ach a total of 15 citi es b y 2012. Bodvuuard For 50 Arrested FQr Assaulting Paparazzi Unidentified bodyguard for 50 Cent (inset) in altercation with paparazzi, gets arrested. A bodyguard for 50 Cent has been arrested in Denmark for assaulting the paparazzi. The bodyguard who has not been identified, became en raged after a small crew of camera men showed up out side the Skt. Petri Hotel in Copenhagen. Q:qe pf tAEJ captured footage of the inci dent showing the bodyguard grabbing and choke holding one photog before deleting pictures off the camera of an other. The bodyguard is still in police custody. Police have not disclosed whether or not he11 face charges.

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Funeral JEREMIAH STEP LIGHT Mr. J e r emiah Steplight, 88, of Tampa, passed away March 5 ,2010. He was a truck driver for Florida Steel and J. B. Hunt Company for more than 3 7 years. His memories will b e cher i hed by: his daughter, Mary Tindale (Rev. Isaiah Tindale); grands, Tina Brito (Florencio), LaShuna Brown (Tommy), and I saiah Tindale, Jr. (Nefertiti); 7 great grands and 2 great, great grands; nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The funeral service for Mr. Steplight was held Saturday, March 12, 2010, at 2:30 p. m. at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. D. J. Berry, pastor. The wake se.rvice was held Friday from 7-8 p. m. at Calvary M. B. Church. Arrangements were entrusted to Snow's Funeral Ministry, 434 N. W. Martin Luther King Ave., Ocala, 34475, (352) 438-0007-SNOW'S FUNERAL MINISTRY "Providing A Memory That Will Never Fade" Hat'"tllOil -. F liR<.THI .Jnhn l .. F 1 ). Iw.rm:m. L. F. D :"iiCXJ2 N. 40ih St. 626-8680 ; :.. W i" ;. 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The procedure can include MELODY ONYONYOR removal of the clitoris and cli toral hood, the removal of the labia or the closing and stitch ing of a woman's vulva. Onyonyor is facing charges of child cruelty and female gen ital mutilation. Former Detroit coun il w oman and wife to R epr en tative John onyers Monica Conyers, ha s b e n e nt nc d to thr ears b -hind bar for brib e r y T h e l atest p r on tnk n t trial for a D troit orrupti o n ca nd a l wanted a n appea l t o h ave h e r pre i o u g uilty p l ea r evo k e d after s h e ay h wa bad ge r e d to admit h r wrongdoing. Pro sec ut o r s say Conyers and her former a id e took brib es to s upport a company' contrac t with the c ity worth $47 million a year Sh e was previous l y tried for th e case in June and pled gui l ty. A federal judge reviewed the case Wednesday and dismissed her appeal however, sea lin g her fate in jail. When pri s on officia l s ataga in Pro sec utor s say Conyers and h e r aid collected $69,500 in total from the unde r th e table deals. She could h ave been e n tenced to up to five y ars in prison. Woman Sells Ghost Splrlts Online For $3,000 A New Zealand woman is _;..__ __ $3,400 richer after selling the "ghost spirits" of a deceased couple online Avie Woodbury says she hired an exorcist to bottle the spirits of ghost living in her home and confined them to two jars in holy water. She says he hired an e x or cist after having strange oc currences in her home like water boiling by itself, hearing voices and items turning up missing. An exorcism was performed AVIE WOODBURY and the spirits were contained in the holy water, a practice she says "puts them to sleep HARMON FUNERAL HOME James Brown's Bodv Missing, Funeral Director Speaks Out Mr. Alphonzo Bonner; Seffner. Jabulani Bendar Gray, Tampa. Zijuan Sinclair Johnson, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Cleo Davis, Tampa. Mr. Robert Green, Jr., Tampa. Mr. Alton Johnson, Tampa. Mrs. DeLoris Mott, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Mr. Carlos Baez, Lakeland. Mr. Clifton Miller, Plant City WilSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Lula Bell Coleman, Oakland,CA. Ms. Parnell McFarlene, Tampa. Mr. Rodlley Sykes, LaRhonda Petit, the 41year-old daughter of late James Brown, is making headlines with claims that her father's body is missing. In an interview with Britain's Daily Mirror she's quoted as saying, "My daddy's body has dis appeared. I have no clue where it was taken, but I need to know where. I'm convinced his death was suspicious and I want the people responsible brought to justice. The only way to do that is to exhume his body and have an autopsy. I cannot understand why one was never conducted." Now the funeral director re-JAMFSBROWN sponsible for the soul singer's arrangements is refuting those claims Funeral director Charlie Reid of C.A. Funeral Home in Augusta, GA says that's absolutely not true. According to Reid, the body is in a: two tier mausoleum in the yard of another of Brown's children Deanna Brown-Thomas. He spoke out against Petit p ''There's no tru!h to that. It would have had to have gone 1;18-. We. would _,have been oorttacted if that .happened The 73-year-old singer died on Christmas Day of 2006 from a heart attack. The family of James Brown will reportedly make a statement on the rumors in the coming days. 'TI r-0 c ):It en m z m r;m c: r r-z ., c: m !: en % m c m i en c ):It z c 'TI ::u -<

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