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-Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area VOL. 66 NO. 43 TUESDAY, JANUARY 18,201124 PAGES 75 Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Police Captain SEE PAGE 5 Commissioner To Discuss Head Start At Meeting SEE PAGE 3 East Tampa Initiative Creates 20 New Jobs SEE PAGE 3 SHAWN BROWN GALA TERMED SUCCESSFUL EVENT Popular Bay Area musician, Shawn Brown hosted an elegant New Year's Eve event to benefit cancer research and awareness. The event was held at the Embassy Suites Hotei-USF. Lawrence Hires and Jo Mama Johnson of WBTP radio station (95.7, The Beat) were emcees for the event. Brown, a prostate cancer survivor, invited a host of Bay Area musi cians to participate. Proceeds went to the American Cancer Society. In attendance were, from left, Adrian "Mr. Clean" Wright, Fire Chief Tom Forward and his wife, Cynthia; Shawn Brown, and businessman, Marvin Knight. (Photo by Julia Jackson).

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0 Features Strip Mall owner savs 22nd Street Enhancements Will Impact Businesses BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter As Phase I of the 22nd Street Enhancement Project near completion, Phase II will be gearing up. East Tampa Development Manager, Ed Johnson, said h e understands that businesses along 22nd Street will be inconvenienced by the project, but the impact will be positive. "We're excited and so are th e business owners, b eca use 22nd street will become more than just a way to get somewhere else. The enhancements will slow down the traffic and make the area attractive with the hope of drawing new devel-opment interests." 0 Johnson said obviously, a: when you talk about making u.. improvements, there will be C a negative impact. We hope it will all pay off with the finished product." c "As far as the strip mall is W concerned, once we get into Phase II, I'm confident the 1-owner will improve his facility. He has a theme and diagram of what he wants his w place to look like." c Johnson said although the owner, Bernard w Jordan, hasn't applied for ::::i the Facade Program yet, he knows it's available to him. 0. "Mr. Jordan may be wait. ing to see what the Enhancement Project will look like once it 's complet ed." As far as the cemetery on 22nd Street and MLK is con cerned, Johnson said what they did was get an easement from the owner to improve the storm water system. "The enhancement project will improve the west side of the cemetery. We're putting in sidewalks, and there will be a fence separating the cemetery from the sidewalk area. We didn't have to acquire any of the cemetery property to accomplish that." Johnson said the design for Phase II is now complete, and property owners will be informed about the con-Zl-----------------------------------------TAKE CHARGEoFYOUREoucmoN URN YOUR HIGH DIPlOMA N w Qall us and talk to one of our enrofiment specialist about your needs, or come for a visit and take a tour. YOU NEED A SCHOOL THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU, RIGHT NOW There is no cost to attend and all programs are free For ages 16-21. LOCATION Seminole Heights Charter High Sehoi>l 4006 N. Florida Avenue Tampa, FL 33603 3608 N. 1Sth(comer0flake) 8 The 22nd Street Strip Mall struction easements for the storm water installation. "Most of those will be at intersections and not actually on the property of the business owners. They will all tie in to the existing storm water lines." Phase II of the project will begin at Lake Avenue and go south to 23rd Avenue. That is expected to begin in March. Phase III will be financed and constructed by the Florida Department of Transportation, and will extend from 23rd Avenue to Adamo Drive. Mr. Jordan said the project will impact his tenants 100%. "There will be no parking for my tenants or the customers to their businesses. The city has said they will try to acquire property to the north of my strip mall and develop and maintain it as a parking area." "It disturbs me that the project will go on regardless of whether that happens. While the work is being done, they've told me there will only be four parking spaces available for the entire strip mall. That will hurt more than help the businesses." Mr. Jordan said the negotiations to purchase the property for parking should 1 have been a part of the planning process in the beginning. "They want to install a wide bicycle lane and I don't see a need for that. I'm very concerned about how my tenants will be inconve-nienced. The people planning most of this do not live around here, so it won't affect them." Mr. Jordan said he brought these issues up, and it fell on deaf ears. I was born and raised in this area, and I think a lot of the improvements are out of line. I think the money being spent on this could be better used on something else." I had a design plan to facelift my business, but if they are going to follow through with the disruption of parking, I don't feel I should invest another dime for improvements without the parking. It's not worth it. Mr. Jordan said it angers him that the project will go ahead regardless of whether parking is found for the ten ants and customers. I've spoken to four people about the parking, and they assure d me they would work to acquire the property for the parking. I actually contacted the property owners on my own to bring the two sides together, but nothing happened." Mr. Jordan said they don't seem to care about the negative impact this will have. "They re doing what they want to do, because they have the power." Middleton High Robotics Teams Take It All On Saturday, January 8th, Middleton's two FTC (First Tech Challenge) Robotics teams competed in South St. Petersburg -13 teams from all over Florida participated in this year's "Get Over It" challenge. MHS teams Minotaur and Aionius Tyfonas competed in matches all day, both teams being paired with other teams at the tournament. For every match, teams are paired .with another team, forming an alliance. Initially, teams don't get to choose their alliance partner -they are randomly assigned via com puter. By the end of the day, Aionius Tyfonas scored the most points of all the teams and Minotaur scored the second highest. Because of their high ranking, they were able to choose each .From. left. to right: Jacob Barr, Anthony Rinaldi, Taylor Rmald1, Middleton Principal OwenYoung, Jabin Jose, Brandon Hernandez, and Alicia Bishop. other as alliance partners for this tournament. In addi-the semi-final and final tion, team Minotour won the matches. Think Award and team The Middleton Alliance of Aionius Tyfonas won the Minotaur and Alonius Design Award, both presti-Tyfonas took first place for gious awards.

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Children's Board To Appear At Countv Commission Meeting To Discuss Head Start BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For several weeks, the Hillsborough County Head Start Program has been em broiled in turmoil. An allega tion ranging from mismanagement to privatiz ing the program has widely circulated throughout the community. Normally held the third Wednesday of each month, the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners will meet on Thursday, January 2oth, at 9 a.m. The meeting will be held in the 2"d Floor Board Room at County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. One point of concern was the recent pending hiring of Don Dixon, Chief Opera-DON DIXON Chief Operations Officer for the Hillsborough County Children's Board tions Officer for the Hillsbor ough County Children's Board. An lnterlocal Agreement between the Hillsbor ough County Children's Board and the Hillsborough County Head Start Program was created. If approved by County Commissioners, the two entities will enter into a partnership pertaining Dixon's employment. According to the Agree ment, Hillsborough County will be responsible for paying Dixon's salary and the Chil dren's Board would provide his benefits packet. It would be a two-year contractual agreement, renewable each year based on his perform ance. Dixon said at the end of the second year, he could return to the Children's Board or pursue other interests. If approved, he will be re sponsible for the Department of Children's Services, and will seek to reduce operating expenses by drawing on fed eral dollars in addition to his other duties. 20 Jobs Created Thanks To East Tampa Job Initiative BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer For more than two years, Ernest Coney, Jr., Chief Operating Officer for the CDC of Tampa, has talked to busi nesses in the area in an effort to create a system where jobs could be created. It was announced last Thursday that an on-the-job training program has been de veloped. The program will hire 20 East Tampa residents in permanent positions at Enviro Focus Technologies, a battery recycling center on Broadway and 66th Street East Tampa Development Manager, Ed Johnson, said the formal agreement and a request for funding will be prepared and submitted to the CRA board for approval at their February wth meeting. "The agreement will be be tween the CDC of Tampa and Enviro Focus. All of the tech nical language is being worked out now, and if every thing follows schedule and the CRA board approves the agreement, the program should start in March." Johnson said a series of job fairs will be held and the 20 applicants will be selected form that process. The East Tampa Commu nity Revitalization Partner shipwill use $36,ooo ($1,800 per hiree) of Tax Increment From left to right: Ernest Coney, Evangeline Best, and Ed Johnson Finance (TIF) dollars to pre pare the applicants for the process. ETCRP Chairperson, Evangeline Best, said 20 jobs are on the table for now, but their plan is to let the process continue and more jobs be added in the future. "The success of the first group will depend on whether more will be added later. Councilman Scott has gone on record as saying he wants to see more companies get in volved in this process and make even more jobs available. "The motto for the project will be, 'Jobs On The Way Through The CRA.' East Tampa is developing the model that we're sure other CRAs will be picking up on.'' -Ms. Best said in her opin ion, Coney deserves all the credit for making this possi ble. "He just never quit or took no for an answer. He kept going back when doors were closed in his face, and kept calling when calls weren't being returned. It was his per sistence that made this possi ble.'' The responsibility of the CDC will be job fair/recruit ment, applicant processing, orientation workshop, "Step pin' Stones": Weeklong train ing, and 9'-months of tracking applicants. The employer responsibil ities will be to participate in recruitment and interviewing, hire applicants, provide train ing in safety, forklift certifica tion, lead certification, and 90-day OJT: skill specific, and retention (work with CDC tracking and supporting ap plicant). Each hiree will be paid $1,200 in 3 installments at 90 days, 6 months, and 9 months. The CDC will provide $6oo per hiree after services have been provided by the employer. c Fire Captain Retires After c.. 30 Years Of Service RAY AUSTIN BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Ray Austin, a Captain with Tampa Fire Rescue, has retired after 30 years of service. Austin is a 1973 graduate of King High School and a na tive of East Tampa, growing up in the area of 1ih Avenue and 29th Street. After high school, Austin attended Hillsborough Com munity College and later the University of South Florida. He joined the fire department in 1986. "I was working at Univer sity Community Hospital at the time. A former fire chief and I were co-workers, and he suggested I join him at the fire department. "I started out working at Station 9 in West Tampa. I was a firefighter for 3 years and-then I was promoted to driver/engineer. I drove out of )> Station 14 in Palma Ceia for 8 years." ..... Austin said after that, he !fJ was selected for duty at Tampa International Airport's :::! Fire Station 12. "I was promoted to Cap tain in 1993 at Station 8 and spent 8 years there. I was transferred back to the airport and that's where I retired." Dttring his career, Austin married Brenda Austin, and together they have a daughter who just graduated from the University of Florida. Austin said other than be coming a firefighter, his sec ond career choice would have been a pilot. "I was a member of the Civil Air Patrol.and really loved being around planes. That's why my assignment to the station at the airport was a perfect fit for me. "Right now, I hold a num-., ber of classes for CPR and first b aid/first I'll con-:::D tinue to do that, and I also C work with Abel community Services, where I serve on m their board. It's been an amazZ ::::! z m r ing career, and I've met some great people." 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,... Editorials/Columns aS ,... > a: foot of the mountains." Just last Saturday, this Arizona < city echoed its solemn definition by being the site of a botched assassination of a U. S. Congressperson, the W wounding of 14 of the representative's staff and constituents, and the murder of six others, most all of them, > innocent bystanders. a: Less than a week later, a memorial was held at the University of Arizona, not far from where the murder and W mayhem took place. Two of the first to volunteer to attend C that memorial were a man and his wife, President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. Together, they brought conCJ) dolences from a nation that once more, was rocked by an ::J act, whose insanity made mockery the very spirit of our Constitution. C. Many spoke, but the President -who was expected to Z speak for only 15 minutes-seemed to speak with a voice, i= which could only have come from the heart of America. "What we cannot do," he said, "is use this tragedy as one S more occasion to turn on each other." The audience m roared. It was not a university auditorium. It was church . ..J And the minister of America was saving sin-sick souls. Strange is our nation such that it glitters most when i= rescued from the muck and blood of its own arrogance z and savagery. Fortunately, whenever such situations W occur, we are blessed with leaders who have uncommon C/)
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Local Appeals Court Rules In Favor 01 Ex-Police Captain MARION LEWIS ... Former Tampa Police Captain BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, the District Court of Appeal of Florida Sec ond District, issued a ruling in the case of a former Tampa Po lice Captain who was forced into retirement after he an nounced his bid for the Mayor's Office. The Second District Court reversed the de cision of a lower trial court. The court wrote in the opinion, "Marion S. Lewis appeals the final summary judgment entered in favor of the City of Tampa by which the trial court concluded that by his qualifying as a candidate to run for mayor of Tampa, he automatically had resigned his position as a captain in the City of Tampa Police Department, We Reverse." The battle between Marion Lewis and the City of Tampa began when he quali fied to run for Mayor in January 2007. Lewis said he had conferred with the State Elec tions Office on the "Resign To Run" law. That office deter mined that he was not re quired to resign his position. However, the City of Tampa took the position that he was required to resign, stat ing that once he filed the Oath of Candidate form. Meetin,g Lewis contended that after filing for the office, he was forced into retirement. In his first lower court appearance, the judge ruled in favor of Lewis. However, the city filed an appeal and the trial court entered a partial summary judgment in favor of the City. The trial court also denied Lewis's motion for summary judgment on an amended counterpetition. The Justices also wrote, "We conclude that the trial court erred in entering the final judgment that deter mined Lewis automatically resigned from his employment by filing his Oath of Candidate form. We therefore reverse the final judgment and remand with instructions that the trial court enter a final judgment on the City's complaint consistent with this opinion and consider the remaining allegations of Lewis's counterpetition." A Tampa native, Lewis was a Tampa Police officer for 27 years. Earlier this month, Lewis withdrew his name as a candi date for the Mayor's Office, stating that he could not de vote his full attention and en ergy to the campaign because he was waiting on a decision from the Second District Court of Appeals. Albany State University The Tampa Bay Alumn8 Chapter of the Albany State Univer sity National Alumni Association will meet on Saturday, January 22, 2011, 10:30 a. m. at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Rd All alumni of ASU, parents of students currently enrolled, stu dents and supporters are asked to attend. For more information, please call (813) 962-4925. ________________________ c c.. )> z c: Gregory Brooks was l> :0 the 1984 Sickle Poster -< ...... Child of Hillsborough s County. He proudly shows off the trophy he ::: received during the festivities. ., r Rev. C. P. Epps, Pas-0 tor ofMt. Olive Baptist Church, was seen con-l> gratulating Rev. J. P. m Saunders at a program that was held at the z m church. r Charisma Models, Pearlie Grayson and Cynthia Brady were seen striking a pose at a fashion show that was held locally. m c: rr !!l z ., c m r u; :I: m c m < m -t c: m C/) c )> z c ., :0 c

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0 Nationa ;: Barbour: Time To Build Civil Rights Museum In MississiPPi z <( could be a crowded GOP field, ..., also used his 38-minute State of the State speech to criticize the c policies of President Barack CJ) Obama. w ::;, Barbour said 2011 is a good )-time to move forward with the ::;: c a: LL c z <( ::;: c CJ) w ::;) )-w > w c w :t: CJ) ::::i ID ::;) Q. z tu ...J ...J ::;) ID ...J w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ...J LL CD w oca: Q. GOV.HALEYBARBOUR JACKSON, Miss. -Possible presidential contender Gov. Haley Barbour -under fire recently for comments that crit ics claim minimized the prob lems of Mississippi's civil rights era -said Tuesday night that his state should build a mu seum dedicated to the move ment. The Republican, who is con sidering a 2012 run in what museum in Jackson. He said that was because it is the soth anniversary of the Freedom Riders' journey that challenged racial segregation and the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. "The civil rights struggle is an important part of our history, and millions of people are in terested in learning more about it," Barbour said. "People from around the world would flock to see the museum and learn about the movement." Giftords can Move Legs, Begins Phvsical Therapv Dr. Michael Lemole, chief of neurosurgery at University Medical Center, reports on Rep. Gabrielle Giffords condition during a press con ference held January 9, 2011. By Thursday, doctors reported that Giffords' condition con tinues to improve and that she is starting physical therapy. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' condition con-0 tinues to improve as she recovers at University Medical Center. Dr. Peter Rhee, medical di rector of UMC's Trauma and Critical Care, confirmed reports that Giffords opened her eyes last night for the first time since the shooting. "As you heard from the pres ident yesterday, it is true, she did have spontaneous eye open ing yesterday," Rhee said, "and she's becoming more and more alert at this time." Dr. Michael Lemole, chief of neurosurgery at the UA Department of Surgery, said that Giffords has continued to open her eyes spontaneously since then and that she is be ginning to focus on and track movement. Lemole called this development "very, very encouraging" and said it shows Giffords is becoming aware of her sur roundings. Giffords has also begun physical therapy and was able to move both of her legs on command when asked by doc tors. "I have to say this is a major leap forward," Lemole said "This is a major milestone for her. We're hoping she crosses through many more." Rhee also said Giffords' breathing tube will be removed some time in the next few days. Of the four other patients cur rently in "fair" condition at UMC, one is scheduled to un dergo surgery while another will be discharged from care. Rhee said all patients are mak ing steady progress toward re covery. Police officials confirmed they found a bag they believe is the one alleged gunman Jared Loughner was carrying with him on Saturday. Rick Kastigar, chief of the Pima County Sheriffs Depart ment, told The Associated Press the bag contained ammunition and was found by an 18-year old man walking his dog on the northwest side of Tucson. FAST TAX REFUND AND ELECTRONIC FILING .INDIVIDUAL & BUSIN TAX RETURNS ACCOUNTING SERVICES AUDITS OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTATION BEFORE THE IRS 813-237-4496 1936 E. Hillsborough Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610 Rat Crawls Up Sleeping Man's Face On Subwav NEW YORK--YouTube name eckzavier posted a skin-crawling snippet of a rat rousing a man on the New York subway by crawl ing on his face. The sizable rat races up and down the subway car, sniffing some white sneakers and wind ing in and around feet, before spotting the man lounging in the corner seat. Using the man's leg as a ramp, the long-tailed rodent shimmies up the shin, the thigh and onto the man's jacket before leaping onto his face. At that point, as you can ima gine, the man wakes up. He wrestles, surprised, with the pest for a moment before the rat, re alizing its target is in fact, alive, leaps to the floor and scurries off. 1 Million Homes Repossessed In 2010 --2011 Will Be worse NEW YORK -The bleakest year in the foreclosure crisis has only just begun. Lenders are poised to take back more homes this year than any other since the U.S. housing meltdown began in 2006. About 5 million borrowers are at least two months behind on their mortgages and more will miss payments as they struggle with job losses and loans worth more than their home's value, industry analysts forecast. "2011 is going to be the peak," said Rick Sharga, a senior vice president at foreclosure tracker RealtyTrac Inc. The firm pre dicts 1.2 million homes will be repossessed this year by lenders. The outlook comes after banks repossessed more than 1 million homes in 2010, RealtyTrac said Thursday. That marked the highest annual tally of proper ties lost to foreclosure on records dating back to 2oos. One in 45 U.S. households re ceived a foreclosure filing last year, or a record high of 2.9 mil lion homes. That's up 1.67 per cent from 2009. Ex-Chair 01 Civil Rights Group Indicted For Then, Forgerv CINCINNATI -The former national chairman of an At lanta-based civil rights organi zation was indicted Wednesday in Ohio on 51 charges that in clude grand theft, forgery and tampering with government records. The Rev. Raleigh Trammell, 73, was indicted by a Montgomery County grand jury in Dayton, where he lives and also headed a local chapter of the Southern Christian Lead ership Conference. Trammell was indicted on one count of grand theft and 25 counts each of forgery and tampering with government records. The alleged crimes occurred from 2005 to 2010 and involve the local chapter's meal deliv ery program. The charges in-Southern Christian Leadership Conference leader Rev. Raleigh Trammell is escorted from the SCLC, Dayton, Ohio chapter office by an FBI agent Thursday, Feb. 11, 2009. 0 valve meals that the county paid Trammell for and that were not delivered, according to prosecutor's spokesman Greg Flannagan. NUCP Chapter Blasts A Call For Classes On MLK oav ., attends a May 1963 news conference in Birmingham, Ala. CHARLOTTE, NC --A North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is criticizing a decision to have students in the Charlotte area make up for a snow cancella tion by attending school on Martin Luther King Day. The Charlotte Observer re ports that the city's NAACP chapter called Wednesday on area clergy to urge church members to keep their children home on Monday's federal hol iday. Charlotte City Councilman Patrick Cannon also criti cized the system's decision, calling it disrespectful to the slain civil rights leader's legacy. Mecklenburg Schools Super intendent Peter Gorman says state law governing the school calendar gives local districts lit tle flexibility in scheduling makeup days. A severe winter storm can celed area schools for the first three days this week. Funeral Home Cremates Wrong Bodv Michelle Bias-Sullivan and her family have had quite a tragic week. Her son, 20-year old Ralph Bias, was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on the Pontchartrain Expressway last Wednesday. On Friday, his mother learned that he had been mistakenly cremated. "My husband passed out. I thought he had dropped dead right before my eyes. All I could do was just scream and holler," she said. Allain Hardin, the family's attorney, says the mistake could have been an easy catch once the body made it to the funeral home. Bias is a young black male while the person who was supposed to be cremated is an elderly white male. "When the funeral home came to pick up a 'Mr L' let's say, it turns out the two body bags were together. They misread the tag. Instead of picking up 'Mr L' they picked up Ralph Bias' body," said Hardin. He believes beyond the wrong body being released, the funeral home did not follow 0 regulations when it comes to cremation. He said, "It is my under standing that the law requires that the funeral directors deter mine and make certain that they have the right remains be fore they deliver any body to a crematorium. In this case it ap pears to us that was not done." Michelle Bias-Sullivan and her family now have to deal with a lost loved one and a lost opportunity to say goodbye. "A cremation is not some thing that we wanted. I wanted to be able to view my son's hody and look at him for one last time before we actually bury him, and that was taken away from us," Bias-Sullivan said.

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5irthda_y Greetings BETIY J. KEENAN Big 65, happy birthday, aunt. From, Aniyah, Quadrae, Antwuan, Sr. andPorsha. TIANDRE CHARLSE STEPHENS Happy birthday to the best son and big brother in the whole wide world. (1-20-05) Love, mommy and Samiah. January 19, 2011 Nothing's as beautiful as you. Happy birthday and retire ment. Love, Spike. Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www.flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertisi And More! Martin Luther King, Ill, Is Guest Speaker At USF Lecture Series l> BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In 2006, King founded :::C and currently heads Realizing The Dream organization. On J March 29, 2008, he threw out N the first pitch at the Major g Members of the Hillsbo rough County Branch of the NAACP are inviting the com munity to join them for the University Lecture Series on Thursday, January 20th, at 7 p.m. The event will take place at the University of South Florida in the Phyllis Marshall Center. Ms. Pat Spencer, secre tary for the NAACP said, "We normally hold our General Membership Meeting on the third Thursday of the month. However, the gliest speaker of the Lecture series is Martin Luther King, III, the oldest son of the late Civil Rights icon, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The series is part of the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival events." Martin Luther King, III, is a Human Rights Advo-MARTIN LUTHER KING, III .. Guest Speaker cate and Community Activist. He is the oldest of four chil dren born to Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Martin ( Coretta Scott King) Luther King, Jr. King, who followed in the footsteps of his father, grand father, and great grandfather, King attended Morehouse College in Atlanta. League Baseball Civil Rights Game. That same year, he spoke on behalf of then presi dential nominee, Senator Barack Obama at the Demo cratic National Convention, on August 28, 2008. This marked the first time an African Amer ican accepted the presidential nomination-of a major party. On that day 45 years ear lier, his father, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his famous "I Have A Dream," on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washing ton, D.C. Dr. Carolyn Collins is president of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP. additional information contact the NAACP Office at (813) 234-8683. Akbar Positive Change Foundation Continues Role Of Founder ALI AKBAR ... Founder Some of those who attended the event for the homeless population. Akbar Positive Change Foundation held the 11th Annual Feeding and Clothing of the homeless on New Year's Day. More than 200 meals were served. The event was started 11 years ago by (the late) Ali Akbar at his burglar bar business on Florida Ave. (near Columbus Dr.). Sally J. Redding, coordinator of this year's event said numerous individuals and businesses made the event successful. Among those who donated were: Publix, Shapes Total Fitness of Temple Terrace, Hakim Aquil Jarvis El-Amin, Eve Brown, Carrie James, Linda and Brenda Jackson of Or lando, Jessie Jackson, D. J. Mosely and Ol'Skool.

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Local Clerk Retires From Hospital After 24 Years Of Service Ms. Minnie Howard recently retired from Tampa General Hospital after 24 years. She is shown with Karen Van Cleaf at her retirement party. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In October 1986, Ms. Minnie Howard applied for a position in the Environmental Department at Tampa General Hospi tal. She was a single mother who had recently been laid off of her previous job. Ms. Howard described her self as a "late bloomer" entering the job market. However, she had five children and needed to find work quickly. She had worked as a Nursing Assistant at her previous job, but had begun training as a Clerk. "I had only been training for 3 months, but I put that on my ap plication and I was hired as a Clerk. If you wait for your season it will come. "I liked working with people and I like being able to help. God opened that door for me. I give Him all of the credit. I'm leaving in good health and I can do some of the things I've wanted to do," she said. Now, 24 years after working at the hospital, Ms. Howard is leaving without regret. She de scribes her time at the hospital as "an enlightening and spiritual experience," and can measure her growth over the years "I love to spend, but I've also learned how to manage. But I leave major decisions in God's hands," the longtime member of True Love Missionary Baptist Church said. However, she has some ad vice for the younger generation. "It's alright to have a job, but don't just have a job, get a ca reer, one that can take you fur ther. Being a clerk is not a career, so go to school because education is very important." Ms. Howard, who is proud of reaching the age of 66, said she also has a "Bucket List" and she is ready to start acting on it ''I'm not going to jump out air planes or anything like that, but I love to travel, study the Bible, and spend time in my yard with my flowers." A Tampa native, Ms. Howard is the mother of one daughter, Terri, and four sons, Bernard, Steven, David, and Robert. She also has 23 grand children and 18 great grandchil dren. She said her children are in the process of remodeling her home for her and she looks for ward to just being able to spend time with her family and pursue her hobbies. Local Black Farmers Don't ExpectTheir Fate To Change BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Perhaps, the most ignored and unknown working class in this country are the nation's African American farmers. In 2010, President Barack Obama signed the Claims Reso lution Act that authorized $1.15 billion to settle claims Black farmers won initially from the U. S. Department of Agriculture over 10 years ago. Shunned by commercial bank ing institutions, Black farmers were especially dependent on the USDA as a lender of last re sort for their farming needs. USDA agents in turn delayed Black farmers' loan approvals until late into the crop season and would alter loan applica tions to increase their chances of being rejected in addition to al tering loan repayment schedules without notice to the borrower. Hillsborough County Black farmers, Carl Little and Wayne Little both said they don't expect anything to change. Wayne Little said he's been an independent farmer for 7 years and his crops consist of peanuts, watermelons and as sorted vegetables. "First, there aren't a lot of us out there. And no one looks lo cally anymore for products. Everything is being shipped or trucked in. Consumers don't even patronize the guys trying to sell our products independently. The advertising and infrastructure isn't there for Black farm ers. I'm trying to get PlY products in the local stores and it's been impossible. Wayne Little said Black farmers are almost invisible. "We appreciate President Obama taking action on our be half, because before, no one was fighting for us. We are a dying breed, because no one wants to be a farmer. Our history is disap pearing. "It was significant for us that Barack Obama took office: Now it's on the table. My grand father had a lot of his land taken away when the minority areas were targeted. We haven t had the opportunity to get that back." Carl Little has been a farmer for 22 years and farms more than 70 acres of peanuts and vegetables. He said when he heard about the claims bill, he didn't put much thought into it. "I know it's long range, and I really don't expect anything to come of it. I don't know who will represent us. We're really catch ing it. We're still the wrong color. We have a long way to go in this country and more barri ers to break. They will be bro ken, but we can't make any mistakes along the way. "It's extremely hard right now, and I'd advise anyone interested in getting into this to think hard, then talk themselves out of it and do something else Carl Little said shoppers don't really know where the products come from and don't care. "Most people don't under stand the market and how much hard work is involved. We try to educate upcoming farmers and mentor them along the way." c: m en c More Than 150 People Anend East Tampa CRA Meeting c.. )> z c: )> :tJ -< ...... co .. CRA BOARD CHAIR CTIY COUNCILWOMAN GWEN MILLER BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer City Councilwoman and Community Redevelopment Agency Chair, Gwen Miller, was the speaker at the CRA meeting held January nth in East Tampa. Councilwoman Miller said more than 150 people were in attendance and she ad dressed the East Tampa CRA and the progress that has been made in the area. "I was proud to see so many citizens of East Tampa at the meeting, and most of them had a chance to address the CRA Board about their concerns. "Most of them were con cerned about the need for side walks and better lighting on their streets. "Ms. Andrea White, who lives in a fine home on 22nd Street, was concerned that no one has contacted her on the I\) status of the 22nd Street En-hancement Project." East Tampa Development Manager, Ed Johnson, said all of the businesses and dents along 22nd Street will re ceive notification of the project and how it will impact their properties in March. The proj ect is slated to begin in April. Councilwoman Miller said she will make sure the business owners and residents are notified far in advance of the beginning date for the proj ect. "They have a right to know how they will be inconve nienced and for how long. ...... ''I'm also aware of a concern about parking along the strip mall during and after the proj-'T1 ect. Something will be done to 5 avoid the current method of :tJ cars backing onto 22nd Street C as they leave the area. Mo-l> torists will either have to back into the parking spaces, or the Z area will have to be expanded. There will be something desig-m nating how the cars are sup-1 posed to be parked." East Tampa Community r r Revitalization Partnership m Chairperson, Evangeline ::::! Best, said the meeting was the Z best she's ever attended and she thanks all the community m leaders and crime watch repre-sentatives for making the meet-::t ing possible. "We reviewed the progress rn by neighborhoods in East < Tampa, and everyone was pleased. Councilman Tho--< mas Scott gave the people the (:! history of the East Tampa CRA, m and everyone applauded." )> z c 'T1 :tJ c Saturday, January 29, 2011 6:30p.m. House of Restoration Church of God Complex 1603 E. Hillsborough Ave. (813) 374-8915 On Sale Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30-7:30 p. m. 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co ,.... >a: Student Receives Coveted Eagle Scouts Honor Medal BY IRIS B. HOLTON z <( ""') Sentinel City Editor By all accounts, Justin C Jackson is a typical ffi teenager who loves sports, church, and music. However, the young man was recognized for an act that was anything but typical. Last year, Justin pulled a woman from a burning ve hicle after a traffic accident. The Gulf Ridge Council, Boy Scouts of America Troop 797, presented him with the Honor Medal with Crossed Palms Award. The coveted award is the highest form of recognition an Eagle Scout can receive from the organi zation. The recognition ceremony took place on January 1oth at the First United Methodist Church of Seffner. The medal Justin c a: LL c z <( c (J) w ::l received was a national award. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory (Gloria) Jackson are very proud of their son. We are extremely proud of Justin. But, he is so humble, he doesn t think he did anything special and asked me why people are making such a big deal of what he did. He doesn't realize that he saved some-one's life." Last February, Justin had picked his mother up from church and they were en route home. When they reached the intersection of State Road 579 and Old Hillsborough Avenue, another vehicle ran a stop sign and slammed into the passenger's side of his mother's truck. Mrs. Jackson said the truck went into a spin and the airbags deployed. When the truck stopped spinning, she couldn't get out of the vehicle and Justin ran around the truck to free her. "I was almost out when we realized that the other truck was on fire. Justin said he had to go and help her get out, and I remember Justin Jackson, center, is shown with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory (Gloria) Jackson. Justin recently received the highest award an Eagle Scout can receive. (Photography by BRUNSON). telling him to go, go. "The young lady couldn't get out and Justin just picked her up and took her out of the truck. She kept talking about her five children and Justin thought someone else was in the truck. He went back to the burning truck to make sure no one else was in there. Then, the truck just blew up. The police and firemen couldn't believe what he had done." Mrs. Jackson said they learned that the woman had recently had knee replacement surgery on both knees. A senior at Armwood High School, Justin stands 6'2" and weighs 311 pounds. His asthma interfered with his football playing time this year. However, his mother said, he's a good student and plans to attend college. He is undecided where he will attend. Justin became a Cub Scout with the Boy Scouts of America several years ago. Last year, he earned the ranking of Eagle Scout, the highest level in the organi zation. At 18, Justin is the youngest of the couple's two children, DaVonda is his older sister. He is a Tampa native and an active member at the family's church, Unity AME Church, under the leadership of Rev. Ricky Polk. > a: w > w Educators, Students Chosen As Award Winners In Contest c w :::E: (J) ::i m ::l a. z t= w ..J ..J ::l m ..J w z t= z w (J) <( c a: 0 The award winners shown in this photograph are from left to right: Quarter Master Erlich Williams, Post 1339; Mrs. Sonja McCoy, an English teacher at Middleton High School; Quarter Master Carl Volden, Post 10140; Ross Anderson, Resource Teacher, at Van Buren Middle Senior; and Senior Vice President, Melvin Collins, of Post 1339 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars held their annual, nation wide essay competition. The competition is open to high school students who are competing for educational scholarships and incentives. The event was held on Saturday, January 8th, at the Ruskin Memorial VFW Post 0 6287. This year, several local CJ students competed in the event. James Elissaint, an nth grade student at Tampa Bay Technical High School and President of Men Of Vi sion, Inc., was awarded $150 for his essay at the local VFW Post 10140 level. His essay was entered on the district level competition and he captured 4th place. Thomas Marryott, Jr., won 2"d place on the district level. This year, two students from Van Buren Middle School also entered the com petition. Kayla Pinkney and Marlanda Jean-Baptist won on the local level with Post 10140. Both essays MARLANDA JEAN-BAPTIST ... Won 2nd Place were submitted to the district competition and Marlanda won 2"d place. Her prize was $150. In addition to recognizing students, the organization also pays tribute to excep tional educators. This year, two teachers were among the honorees. Mrs. Sonja McCoy, an English teacher at Middleton High School was presented the VFW National Citizen ship Education Teacher Award for High Schools (Teacher of the Year). She was chosen for her dedica tion in teaching youth the importance of penmanship, commitment, responsibility, and community service. Mrs. McCoy was nominated for the award by Post 1339 Thomas Marryott, Jr., left, won 2nd place on the District level and James Elissaint won 4th place. Rory Beauford, Assistant Principal and Men Of Vision sponsor at Lennard High School, along with Elier Sanchez, Algebra teacher and Men Of Vision sponsor at Steinbrenner High School were also win ners at the local level in the VFW Post 10140 competi tion. Ross Anderson, founder of Men Of Vision, Inc., is a Resources Teacher at Van Buren Middle School. He was chosen as the recipient of the VFW National Cit izenship Education Teacher Award for Middle Schools (TeacheroftheYear). He was honored for his dedication in teaching young men in the community the importance of commitment, responsibil ity and community service. Anderson was nominated by VFW Post 10140. Anderson said, "It's al ways nice to be recognized by the community, especially the VFW. These guys have fought for our country for me to have the freedom to teach our young men, but my biggest reward is teaching them the importance of re sponsibility' and being able to give back."

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c: Hundreds of People Prepare to Cash In Today in Dade City! By KEN MACINTOSH STAFF WRITER ICCA will be placing ads in newspapers, radio and running television spots this week asking people to bring in any old silver and gold coins made before 1965. Those that do bring in their coins will be able to speak with collectors one on one and have their coins looked at with an expert set of eyes. With the help of these ICCA members, offers will be made to those that have coins made before 1965. Offers will be made based on silver or gold content and the rarity of the coins. All coins made before 1965 will be examined and purchased including gold coins, silver coins, silver dollars, all types of nickels and pennies. Those that decide to sell their coins will be paid on the spot. If you are like a lot of people, you might have a few old coins or even a coffee can full lying around. If you have ever wondered what they are worth, now might be your chance to find out and even sell them if you choose. They could be worth a lot according to the International Coin Collectors Association, also known as ICCA. Collectors will pay a fortune for some coins and currency for their collections. If they are rare enough, one coin could be worth over $1 00,000 according to Eric Helms coin collector and ICCA member. One ultra rare dime, an 18945 Barber, sold for a record S 1.9 million to a collector in July of 2007. While that is an extreme example, many rare and valuable coins are stashed away in dresser drawers or lock boxes around the country. The ICCA and its collector members have organized a traveling event in search of all types of coins and currency. "Even common coins can be worth a significant amount due to the high price of silver and gold; says Helms. Washington quarters and Roosevelt dimes and worth many times their face value. Recent silver markets have driven the price up on even common coins made of silver. Helms explains, "All half dollars, quarter and dimes made before 1965 contain 90% silver and are sought after any time silver prices rise. Right now it's a sellers market."' The rarest coins these collectors are looking What We Buy: COINS Any and all coins made before 1965, rare coins, entire collections, Silver Dollars, Half Dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Half Dimes, Nickels, Three Cent Pieces, Two Cent Pieces, Cents, Large Cents, Half Cents and all others. PAPER MONEY All denominations made before 1 934. GOLD COINS Including $20,$10,$5, $4, $3, $2.5, $1, Private Gold, Gold Bars, etc. INVESTMENT GOLD Kruggerands, Canadian Maple Leafs, Pandas, Gold Bars, U.S. Eagles and Buffalos, etc. SCRAP GOLD Broken and unused jewelry, dental gold. JEWELRY Diamond rings, bracelets, earrings, loose diamonds, all gem stones, etc. PLATINUM Anything made of platinum. SILVER Flatware, tea sets, gpblets, jewelry, etc. and anything marked sterling. WAR ITEMS Civil war, WWI AND II, all others, swords, daggers, bayonets, etc. OTHER ANTIQUES Guns, toys, trains, dolls, advertising, banks (basically anything old we want to see). for include $20, $10, $5 and $2 1/2 gold coins and any coin made before 1 850. These coins always bring big premiums according to the ICCA. Silver dollars are also very sought after nowadays. Other types of items the ICCA will be purchasing during this event include U.S. currency, gold bullion, Investment gold, silver bars, silver rounds, proof sets, etc. Even foreign coins are sought after and will be purchased. Also, at this event anyone can sell their gold jewelry, dental gold or anything made of gold on the spot. Gold is currently trading at over $1,300.00 per ounce near an all time high. Bring anything you think might be gold and the collectors will examine, test and price it for free. If you decide to sell you will be paid on the spot -it has been an unknown fact that coin dealers have always paid more for jewelry and scrap gold than other jewelers and pawn brokers. So, whether you have one coin you think might be valuable or a large collection you Recent Finds: 1893 Morgan PAID $1,800 1916 Mercury Dime PAID $2,800 1932 Washington Quarter PAID$250 recently inherited, you can talk to these collectors for free and if your lucky you may have a rarity worth thousands. Either way, there is nothing to lose and it sounds like fun! For more information event visit the ICCA website internationalcoincollectors.com. on this at www. Here's How It Works: Gather items of interest from your attic, safe deposit box, garage, basement, etc. There is no limit to the amount of items you can bring No appointment necessary If interested in selling, we will consult our collector's database to see if a buyer exists. 90% of all items have offers in our database The offer is made on the spot on behalf of our collectors making the offer If you decide to accept the offer, we will pay you on the spot! You get 1 00% of the offer with no hidden fees 1849 Gold Dollar PAID $8,500 1803 $10 Gold PAID $14,000 m en c c.. )> z c: )> :::c < .... ClO N 0 .... .... ., r 0 :::c c )> en m z :::! z m r Ill c: r r m :::! z ""0 c: Ill c en J: m c m < m :::c < c: m en c )> z c ., :::c 6

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Local ..... >a: z -Ave. Fifth Third Bank, assists a family with boxed goods. The a: bank was the drop-off point. w > w c w :I: en :::::i m :::::> a. z j:: w ...J ...J :::::> m ...J w z j:: z w en <( c a: 0 ...J Audrea Cook leaves with LL. a box of holiday goodies. C\1 ,... S. Hopkins also received a box of holiday goodies. TAX 2 Tampa Locations: 7211 North Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 203 813-985-4747 11333 North Nebraska Avenue 813-972:-4751 Holidav Social For Blake High Students All Sp o rt s Community Senice, Blak e Qu es t, Bla ke Alumni Asso c iati o n a nd the IV! en tor Legacy Center ho sted a holiday soc ial for students at Howard W. Blake High School. (Photos by Julia Jackson) During the social event, the recently formed Tampa Chapter of Distinguished Young Gentlemen (DYG) of America were introduced. From left to right are: Coach Ken Muldrow, Director of the Tampa Chapter and Student Intervention and Community Resource, Howard W. Blake; Dr. Micheal E. Miller, assistant director of DYG and president of Then What's For You; Javris Gooding-Butts, Dontell Young, Paul Robinson, Winston Lightbody, Durell Young and motivational guru, Donald Dowridge, assistant director, DYG .. Frances Cheeks Jennings, President of the Blake Athletic Booster Club, attended the social. Shakla Lane and J oneica Mickens attended the social event. During the social, an induction ceremony was held for the Student Advisory Committee. Students inducted were: Tevin McDuffie, De'Ayra Screen, TeAndra Myers, Victoria Uy, Dontell Young, Winston Lightbody, Jarvis Gooding-Butts, Durell Young and Danielle Biggins.

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G.DEP NEW YORK. -Rapper G. Dep is facing a murder charge after walking into a police sta tion to confess to a long-cold case, but he isn't regretful he's relieved, his lawyer says. "He had been haunted by this," attorney Anthony L. Ricco said Thursday after the rapper pleaded not guilty to charges including murder and manslaughter in the 1993 shooting of John Henkel. Defendants generally plead not guilty early in their cases, even if they've confessed, to allow evidence-gathering, legal arguments and any plea nego tiations to proceed. JANET JACKSON NEW YORK -Janet Jackson is bringing her Number Ones, Up Close and Personal tour to the U.S. and Canada this spring. The setlist will be pulled ex clusively from the hits that grace Jackson's 2009 compi lation, "Number Ones." Oprah: I Hinged On 30 Pounds 01 Mac And Cheese Jackson is also slated to release "True You," a book re flecting on her experience with diet and exercise, on Feb. 8. OPRAH WINFREY It's probably safe to say the movie "Bride of Chucky" is not one of Oprah Winfrey's fa vorite things. In an outtake from her in terview airing next Monday on the debut episode of Piers Morgan Tpnight, the talkshow queen indirectly blames a certain maniacal doll for cre ating a huge hankering for a popular creamy concoction. Winfrey tells Morgan that when her film "Beloved" came out in 1998, its lack of success during opening weekend caused her to go into "a massive, depressive macaroni and cheese-eating tailspin." .. "It premiered on a Friday and I remember hearing on Saturday morning that we got beat by something called Chucky," she recalls. "I didn't even know what Chucky was. So, I asked my chef at the time to make some macaroni and cheese ... and I ate about 30 pounds worth. I'm not kid ding!" Husband Seeks Control Of Ailing Ena James Monev ETTA JAMES RIVERSIDE, CA -Ailing singer, Etta James is gravely ill and her husband of 41 years is seeking a court order to con trol more than $1 million of her money. Gucci Mane Shows Oft New Ice Cream Face Tauoo The 72-year-old singer is best known for the 1961 hit "At Last." Court documents show she has been diagnosed with dementia and is undergoing GUCCIMANE Gucci Mane has reap peared after his stint in a men tal institution with a new tattoo---an ice cream cone on his face. treatment for leukemia. The 1017 Brick Squad memBever1y Hills Dr. Elaine ber entered a special plea that James, says in that the singer he was "mentally incorripecannot sign her name and she tent" and unable to fight prosneeds help with feeding, ecutor's attempts to revoke his dressing and hygiene. probation. A court hearing will conSince then he's been re. sider a bid by husband, Artis leased and spotted at Atlanta's < Mills to control her finances. Tenth Street Tattoo shop with : She earlier gave power of at owner Shane ... to01ey to sons, Donto James who's employee, :.and wife, Christy,. and ray posted the pictures /' oil SBinetto James, in February Twitter showing Gucci's .ice 2oo8. Mills is challenging the cream face tattoo. power of attorney. NEW YORK Reeling off the platinum suc cess of his fifth studio album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Kanye West purchased a cus tom made 18k yellow gold Tiret Watch with an KANYE WEST And His N:ew Bling image of his own face. The expensive 18-karat gold timepiece reportedly cost Kanye $180,000. and uses over 8 karats of yellow, black, brown and white diamonds, to configure an image of the plat inurn rapper/producer. According to The Luxist it took Tiret over five months to create the dial alone. 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Sports lawrence Tavlor Pleads Guiltv LAWRENCE TAYLOR NEW CITY, N.Y. -Former NFL star Lawrence Taylor pleaded guilty Thursday to sexual misconduct and patronizing a 16-year-old prostitute, misdemeanor charges that carry no jail time but require him to register as a sex offender. The 51-year-old ex-linebacker, who led the New York Giants to Super Bowl titles in 1987 and 1991, will serve six years' probation. "She told me she was 19," Taylor, standing with his hands clasped behind him, said in court as he admitted having intercourse with the prostitute, who turned out to be a Bronx runaway. Taylor said he now knows the girl was 16 and legally incapable of consent. usain Bolt savs He Is Healthv c I.L c z c en w ;::::) .... w > USAINBOLT W MONACO --Usain Bolt fa says he has recovered from J: his injuries and that his en preparations for the world championships are on track. ;::::) The Olympic champion, D.. who missed the end of last Z year's outdoor track season i= because of back and Achilles' tendon problems, says "my preparations have gone really well -the injury problem I had during the summer is fully healed." Bolt, who holds the world records for the 100 and 200 meters, is expected to defend his world titles in Daegu, South Korea, in August. The Jamaican also announ ced he will run the 200 in June at the Bislett Games, a Diamond League meet in Oslo. Bolt says "I hear this track has an incredible 69 world records on it so it will be nice to run in such a famous stadi um." ...J ...J ;::::) m ...J w Fr,ank Robinson Gets Clean Bill 01 Health PARADISE VALLEY, AZ. Hali of Farner Frank .n."u.a.u;:,uu was hospitalized Thursday because of a rapid heartbeat and dizziness, and later returned to a hotel to meet with baseball executives. The 75-year-old Robinson said doctors at Scottsdale Memorial Hospital told him he was "a little dry, not dehydrated, but a little dry." Otherwise, he said, they could find no rea5on that his 1111:1' heart rate jumped to 190. The .... typical rate for a healthy man is 6oto So. Robinson planned to go back to his Los Angeles home Thursday night and see his doctors there. "I got checked out very thoroughly today and they gave me a clean bill of health," he said, ;'but I'll do it as a backup myself for my own satisfaction. I know niy doctor will be calling me tonight telling me to get in there tomorrow. And I know my family will be after me to go." Commissioner Bud Selig said tests on Robinson were negative for any serious problems. Robinson is senior vice president for baseball opera tions for the commissioner. He began feeling ill during a meeting with owners and general managers. "It started about 10 minutes after I sat down for the meeting," Robinson said. "I kept hoping that it would stop and go down and be normal. After about a half an hour it wasn't going down and I decided 'I should get out of here'." Bren Favre Files Retirement papers with Nfl BRETT FAVRE After riding the retirement roller coaster for several years, it appears former Minnesota Vikings quarter back Brett Favre is finally ready to hang his cleats up for good. The NFL has confirmed that Favre has officially filed his retirement papers with the league. Favre told ESPN months ago that the 2010-2011 season was his last, and he repeated his intention to retire over the final weeks of the season Now, he is appar ently taking the administra tive steps to make it so After the Vikings lost their final game of the season, Favre told reporters "I know it's time, and that's OK. It is. Again, I hold no regrets, and I can't think of too many players offhand that can wiilk away and say that. Individually and from a team standpoint, it was way more than I ever dreamed of." Yankees Add SorianoTo Bullpen RAFAEL SORIANO The New York Yankees upgraded their bullpen and surprised much of baseball by agreeing to _terms with established closer Rafael Soriano to be their primary setup man for the next two years while apprenticing to become the replacement for Mariano Rivera. Soriano agreed to a three year, $35 million deal with the Yankees that affords him the chance to opt out after the first or second year. Should he pitch to the lofty standards he set in 2010 when he had a 1. 73 ERA and a o.8o WHIP, Soriano could set himself up for an even longer deal by virtue of the opt-outs. Soriano's contract will pay him $10 million in 2011, $ll million in 2012 and $14 million in 2013. He would receive an additional $1.5 million should he opt out after 2011 or '12. Blazers Rov Opts To Have suruerv On Both Knees PORTLAND, Ore. -Portland Trail Blazers star Brandon Roy will have arthroscopic surgery on both of his knees next week. The team says there is no timetable for the All-Star guard's return. Roy has missed 16 games this season because of sore ness in his knees, which he has said is caused by a lack of cartilage. Roy is averaging i6.6 points in 23 games this season. For his career, the three-time All-Star and 2007 NBA Rookie of the Year is averaging 19.9 points and 4-9 assists. Roy's decision to have surgery was first reported by the Portland Tribune news-BRANDON ROY paper on its Web site. It will be performed week by Dr. Don Roberts. "I'm trying to do the best thing I can to get back on the floor, Roy said in a statement Thursday. "We've been able to get a number of different opinions and it's something we've decided." Newton To Enter NFlDran AUBURN, Ala. -Reisman Trophy winner Cam Newton will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft after leading Auburn to a national championship and drawing nearly as much attention for a pay-for-play scandal as for his dynamic performances. Auburn released a statement Thursday night announcing the quarterback's decision following his lone year as a major college starter. Newton led the Tigers to their first national title since 1957 and a 14-0 season with a 22-19 victory over Oregon on Monday night. "This decision was difficult for me and my family," Newton said, adding that he made it after talking to coach Gene Chizik and offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn. "It's been a blessing for me to be a part of something so great," he said. "Any time you win games it's a big deal, but for this school to win a BCS national championship, what a way to make people happy. Auburn is a special place that I call home." The former backup to Tim Tebow at Florida arrived after leading Blinn College in Texas to a junior college national championship and won on a much bigger stage with the Tigers. The national champions are waiting on Lombardi Award-winning defensive tackle Nick Fairley to announce his NFL decision on Friday in his hometown of Mobile. Fairley might be CAM NEWTON the No. 1 overall pick,but the 6-foot-6, 250-pound Newton is the guy that Chizik called "probably the best football player I've (\Ver seen" after the Southeastern Conference championship game. "We appreciate Cameron's many contributions to Auburn and the outstanding leader that he was for our football team,"-Chizik said. "He had one of the greatest individual seasons ever by an Auburn player and was a key part of our championship run. Cam will always be a member of the Auburn family and we wish him the best in his future endeavors." On the field, Newton rushed for 1.473 yards and 20 touchdowns while pass-' ing for 2,854 yards and 30 TDs. He set Auburn records for both ru8hing and . passing TDs and total offense and an SEC mark for yards on the ground by a qmirterback. Newton injured his back during the national title game but still paSsed for 265 yards and two .touchdowns and ran for another 64.

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LOVIE.SMITH Once again, it appears history can be made as two African American head coaches have their teams in the conference finals of the NFL. Lovie Smith, Chicago Bears head coach, first made history when he and Tony Dungy became the first Black head coaches in NFL history to take their teams to a Super Bowl. Mike Tomlin became the second African American head coach to win a Super Bowl when he put trophy number 6 in the front office of the Pittsburgh Steelers. MIKE TOMLIN The Steelers are the only NFL team with six world titles. Next weekend, the Lovie Smith Bears wilJ: host the Green Bay Packers for the NFC Title. The Bears dominated the Seattle Seahawks with a 35-24 victory. The Steelers of Mike Tomlin will host the New York Jets for the AFC title, after they held off a strong Baltimore Raven Team; 31-24 in Pittsburgh. Smith and Tomlin both were coaches under Dungy when he was head coach of the Tampa bay Buccaneers. Auburn's Fairlev Entering NFL Draft Nick Fairley, defensive MVP of the title game, could be the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft. MOBILE, Ala.--Lombardi Award winner Nick Fairley is skipping his senior season at Auburn to enter the NFL draft. The potential No. 1 overall pick announced his decision Friday at his old high school, saying he didn't make up his mind until that morning. "I was thinking, 'What more could I accomplish my senior year?"' Fairley said. He and quarterback Cam Newton-who is also turning pro led the Tigers to a 14-0 season and their first national title since 1957. Fairley was the defensive MVP in the BCS title game against Oregon when he had a sack, three tackles for losses and forced a fumble. fie also led the Southeastern Conference with 24 tackles for a loss and had a school record 11.5 sacks. Fairley said he had a long visit with Auburn coach Gene-Chizik and defensive line coach Tracy Rocker in Auburn, then came home and talked it over with his parents. After that, "I went on a long ride by myself. I think I came out with the best decision to benefit me, my family and all the folks around me." Fairley played two seasons at Auburn after transferring from junior college. He flashed his potential at times in 2009, but didn't consistently dominate until this season. SUNDAY, JAN 23rd -NFC ChampionshiP Packers@ Bears 3p.m. -FOX IFC ChampionshiP Je.ts @ Steelers 6:30 a.m. -CBS MIKE WILLIAMS Prosecutors have dropped a DUI charge filed in November against Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie receiver Mike Williams. The Hillsborough County State Attorney's office concluded Friday it would not prosecute Williams after results of a urine test showed the athlete had no drugs in his system when he was arrested Nov. 19 after his black Escalade was spotted weaving in and out of traffic around 2:30 a.m. A breathalyzer test found Williams had a 0;065 blood-alcohol level, which is below Florida's o.o8 percent legal limit. However, county sheriff's deputies said the player did not pass a field-sobriety test and his eyes were glassy and h< smelled like alcohol when they pulled him over. Prosecutors say the charge was dropped on the "totali ty" of evidence. LeBron Doesn't BackOHHis 'Karma Tweet LEBRON JAMES CLEVELAND--LeBron James stood by his tweet sort of. One day after tweaking Cleveli!nd owner Dan Gilbert and the Cavaliers on Twitter during the most lopsided loss in his former team's history, James explained he wasn't making fun of the Cavs and even denied the pointed message was his. As the Cavs were absorbing a 55-point loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night, James fired off on his KingJames account: "Crazy. Karma is a b -.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!" SOPHIA This weekis lovely beauty Unlimited feature is the gorgeous Sophia. This 24-year-old Capricorn says her favorite stars are Michael Jackson, Andre 3000 Ms. Rare Breed, Jim Carrey, and many others. Sophia's hobbies are being the best promotional model she can and nurturing her music career. Sophiais future plans are The Rare Essential Project, a youth camp for young girls to teach abstinence and safe sex in affiliation with the A.M.P.M. Movement. Sophia's philosophy of life is to ply be happy. The man in Sophia's life must b e dynamic and able to hold his own. He must also be a professional, handsome, ambitious, humorous, and respectful of all women. Congratulations to Sophia 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: jjohnson-@flsentinel.com .9" Roller ..... ................................. $1Jo Brushes ........................... ............ LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! ...... co I'll 0 ...... ...... ., r 0 :2 C/) m z ---4 z m r m c: r r !:!l z ., c: m r u; :::1: m c m < m ---4 c: m C/) c )> z c ., :::0 6

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.,... Memoriams IN MEMORIAM EDDIEJ. SMITH, SR. Gone, but not forgotten. Your memory still lingers in our hearts. The Smith family. IN MEMORIAM MINNIE LEE MANDY January 16, 1933-January 18, 2006 Gone, but not forgotten. Your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, daughters-in-law and sons-inlaw. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BABY! c a: LL c z . w c w ::I: en :J m ll. z t= w ..J ..J m ..J w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL When you walked into my life, I did a complete 360! My heart and life was and never will be the same. Your love walked into the darkest places in my heart -replacing all things with your love and light! "You" showed me how to love again. From that day to this day, I will never find another love like you!! Your physical being may have been taken from this world, your love as you promised will never leave me! You will always be my love and Missing you so much already!! I will always love you! Seletha. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com CHANTCEY WILLIAMS DEATH LISTS JACKSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Timothy Davis, 3706 E. Powhatan Avenue. Mr. Darryl Johnson, St. Petersburg, FL. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Fannie Mae Smalls, Seffner. Mr. Melvin Thomas, Tampa. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Collin Abadeen, Tampa. Mr. Alejandro Santiago Botto, Tampa. Mr. Rollie James Stanford, Tampa. Local Panhandling Proposal To Be Discussed BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Thursday City Council Chairman Thomas Scott presented proposal as a first step toward a panhandling ban. Councilman Scott said he was trying to set up a public hearing on his proposed ordi nance, but they couldn't get a consensus to move it forward for a second reading. His col leagues said they needed more information "My proposal was to have us look at a partial ban. Also I wanted to set up a workshop to look at some area non-profit groups and others that provide services for the homeless. That workshop was approved for February 24th." Councilman Scott said City Attorney Chip Fletcher will come to the Jan uary 20th meeting to present options to the Council on the proposal. "My intent was to get some movement on it, but we'll have to wait," said Councilchair Scott. Among the groups Councilchair Scott wants to get in volved are the Homeless Coalition, and Metropolitan Ministries. Florida Transportation Coalition Plans Communitv Forum BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Florida Transportation Coalition (FTC) will hold a Community Forum on Friday, January 21, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Em bassy Suites Hotel, USF, 3705 Spectrum Blvd. The purpose of the meeting is to invite the community to take an active role in decisions that affect their respective communities. The topic of this meeting is "Do You Have Input On The Florida High Speed Rail Program." Henry Hollis, Jr., spokesman for the FTC Steer ing Committee said, "It is important for the community to be a part of the Florida Trans-HENRY (HANK) HOLUS,JR. portation Coalition Commu nity Forum because it will give them insight on an agency that is based around being an advo cate for the community. It will also provide an arena where members of the commu nity can ask questions and re ceive information on the High Speed Rail Program and its benefits to the community." He further stated that the forum will also give the com munity to talk about other is sues that concern them. "We're trying to have a community outreach so that when we can fight for the right things in our communities and have the support ofthe-community." Hollis said committee members are affiliated with various organizations through out the state. "We are a coali tion of several different groups," he said. On Tuesday, (today) the or ganization is having a joint meeting with the ATU Local 1577 in West Palm Beach. The purpose of that meeting is to discuss the beginning stages of privatization of bus transportation in Broward County. New Wine Ministrv To Host Men's Conterence A new ministry in the com munity will present its first men's conference. New Wine Outreach Ministry, located at 6213 E. Hillsborough Ave., will present the conference, "Re leasing The Total Man: Priest, Prophet and King" Thursday through Saturday, January 2022, 20!1. Thursday and Friday the services will begin at 6 p. m. and on Saturday at 8 a m. with a breakfast. Pastor Jim Bass is the Conference Host and Thursday night speaker. Other speakers are: Elder Floyd Walters, Friday; Bishop Michael Taylor, Saturday's Prayer Breakfast; Minister Ken Akins, Elder Gregory Mason and Pastor Phillip Jenkins are Saturdayfacilitators. PASTORS GLORIA AND JIM BASS Men of the community are invited to, "come, take a sip." Pastors Jim and Gloria Bass started New Wine Out reach Ministry on May 3, 2011. From the early 1990s, the couple worked alongside Minister Walter Tinsley in the Polk County community in the field of outreach. The pastors moved to Tampa and came under the leadership of Pastors Craig and Barbara Holloway of Triumphant Church Fellow ship for 10 years. The couple has a passion for outreach and continued their outreach in the Ybor City area on the corner of 12th St. and 23rd Ave. They can still be seen on that corner every 3rd Saturday of the month. The pastors are joined by their con gregation as they serve spiri tual and natural food. Their give-away of food, clothing and blankets is not just during the holidays.

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Crime c Hearing Held For Man Accused Of Killing OHicers DONTAE MORRIS Dontae Morris was in court Thursday for the slayings of Tampa Police Officers Jeff Kocab and David Curtis for the first time in months. Morris surrendered to authorities after a massive manhunt that followed the June 29, 2010 shootings. Morris, now with a full beard, sat as Circuit Judge Daniel Sleet conducted a hearing that was over in 20 minutes. Although the hearing was only about the public release of evidence the courtroom was packed, and included family members of the two officers. Also in the courtroom were members of Morris' family, as well as family members of two other men he is accused of killing, Derek Anderson and Harold Wright. Two Men Charged With Torching $100,000 RV JOSHUA WHITLOCK ST.PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police report that two men were arrested last week and charged with setting fire to a $100,000 recreational vehicle. On December 16, 2010, an RV was set on fire in the parking lot of Bad To The Bone Auto Accessories on 34th Street. Surveillance video showed two men in black hooded jackets as they doused the RV with liquid from a gas can, arid set it on fire. The RV was destroyed. On January 6th, investigators arrested Joshua Whitlock, 20, in connection with the arson. On January 12th, Jimmy Lee Davis, 19, turned himself JIMMY LEE DAVIS in. Both now face of second-degree arson. Investigators said they believe Davis instigated the arson as part of a dispute with Bad To The Bone regarding some work done on his car. Davis.-said he didn't think the business had made appropriate amends, and decided to set the fire as revenge, investigators said. A third person is still being sought. The surveillance video revealed he is a white man who was wearing a gray hooded jacket over a black shirt with camouflage pants and black shoes. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (727) 893-7550. UNCLE SANDY The time has come 7, 11, 12, 19 for all good men 22, 25, 29, 30 and women to come 33, 35, 39, 40 to the aid of their country 42, 44, so, 55 Police Investigate Rape At High School Tampa Police are investi gating a reported rape at a local high school. On Thursday at 1:46 p. m., the mother of a Jefferson High School student reported a sexual battery of her daughter to the School Resource Officer. The officer and a Sex Crimes Detective interviewed the 17-year-old victim. Detectives are work ing to determine if there are any witnesses. The suspects in the report ed rape are two Black male students. The school is working closely with detec tives on the investigation, and anyone with information is urged to call police at (813) 231-6130. Man Charged With Stabbing Co-Worker WILBUR WATSON OCALAOn January 13th, police officers responded to the Cactus Car Wash, 815 South Pine Avenue, in ence to a stabbing. When officers arrived, they met Roger Williams, 44, who told them he was involved in an altercation with a co-worker, Wilbur Watson, 48. Williams told officers Watson stabbed him during the altercation and needed med ical attention. He was trans ported to the hospital for a stab wound to his stomach. He told the officers Watson had fled in a 4-door silver Kia The vehicle was observed by a detective in the area of N. E. 9th Street and N. E. Watula Avenue . The vehicle was stopped and the driver was identified as Watson. He admitted he had been at the car wash and had been involved in altercation with Williams. A witness to the incident responded and identified Watson. He was arrested and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. He is being held under a bond of $5,000. m en Deoutv lniured In Inmate Fight At Jail c c.. )> z c )> RODRICK KELLY .. serving a 152 day sentence on several charges, including aggravated battery oil a pregnant woman. At 12:02 p.m. Friday, a Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Detention Deputy was seriously injured when he tried to break up a fight between two inmates at the Falkenburg Road Jail. Deputy Greg Brown, 35, was treated at a local hospi tal for a lower leg break that will require surgery. Brown was assigned to a housing unit supervising 70 inmates when the incident took place. Two inmates, Rodrick Kelly, 23, and Jordan Ryan Beerman, 21, exchanged verbal insults before they started fighting. JORDAN BEERMAN .. in jail on $2,500 bond for aggravated battery on a pregnant woman. Brown radioed for assistance and ordered the two to separate. ..... ()C) N 0 ..... ..... Kelly reportedly became aggressive and the fight grew more violent as Brown moved in to control him from behind. Kelly contin-ued to fight and resisted as 0 Brown grabbed him and :tJ took him toward the floor. That's when Brown broke en his leg. m Both inmates were removed from general popu-Z lation and are in confine-ment. The incident will be m examined to determine -if := any criminal charges should rbe field. z Father Faces Child Neglect Charges c m r-ei) ::1: m c On Saturday, Hillsborough County deputies arrested a man for child neglect after he left his three children at home with pork chops cook ing on the stove. Deputies said Nathaniel Lang, 28, was arrested after his mobile home caught fire. Lang allegedly left home to go visit a neighbor and speak with the manager of the trailer park. Deputies said Lang left the stove on in the trailer and his children unattended. The trailer NATHANIEL caught fire LANG within 20 ., minutes and neighbors had :!! to rescue the children. C Lang remains in jail with no bond set at this time. Club Shooting Leads To Chase Into Pinellas Countv Tampa Police report that at 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning, officers heard shots fired in the area of Club Underground, 802 Whiting Street. Police responded to the area and saw a vehicle leav ing the area at a high rate of speed. Blood spatter was located at the scene and units pursued the fleeing vehicle. Police said a victim showed up at a nearby hospital with two non-life threatening gunshot wounds. Ac-cording to reports, the pursuit continued onto I-275 and went into Pi!lellas County. The vehicle stopped in the 1200 block of Rogers Street and the fled. Other agencies arrived and assisted in the search for the suspects, but they were not located Police did not release any suspect information or the identity of the victim. The case is currently being investigated and is still m active. ..... ......

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