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Upcoming Edition: Valentine's Day Ediiton -Friday, February 11, 2011 c( Q -a: 0 VOL. 66 NO. 49 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Police Chase Ends With Crash;. lo Arrest Made Track Star Inducted In Hall Of Fame Relative's DNA Says He Is Teen's Baby's Father SEE PAGE 3 SEE PAGE 12 SEE PAGE 17 WOMEN IN BUSINESS SHOWCASE Black Women Business Owners Execu t ives and Entrepreneurs hosted a Women in Business Showcase of Professional Services and Products. The brunch was held Thursday, February 3 2011 at the Tampa Marriott Westshore. In addition to g etting an outlook on the 2011 economy, awards were also presented Award recipients were: from left Shirley Foxx-Knowles City Clerk City of Tampa; Chloe Coney District Director for the Office of Congresswoman Kathy Castor ; and Deborah L. Williams of Bellafia Chocolate Boutique. Erica Riggins Bay News 9 Morning Anchor, was the mistress of ceremony; and Alexis Muellner Editor, Tampa Bay Business Journal, was guest speaker. (Photography by BRUNSON) Q CS)

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..... c; Features co >a: ::I a: Ill UJ LL Babv Dies After Taken OH life Support; AIIV. Hired c CJ) Tashia Nunn-Scott and Fredrina Scott wa nt to I-know why. They want to know why Fredrina's son, Ronderique Anderson was given t o his father, Dwayne Poole. They want to know what agency is re sponsible for the placement, and who is really to blame for what happened to 16-month old Ronderique. Ronderique was pro noun ced dead Saturday after bein g taken off life s upport. Ronderique was hospi taliz ed by his father Poole, last Tuesday. Hospit a l per sonnel co ntacted a uthorities after the toddler 's extensive injuries were discov ered, and 0 Poole was charged with aga: gravated child neglect. RONDERIQUE ANDERSON LL According to reports Poole allegedly threw the toddler onto a bed, causing him to hit his head either c against the wall or a dresser f3 He also allegedly hit the child ::::1 with his open hand and a ._ belt, telling authorities later he did it because Ronderique was playing too w c w en :::; Ill ::I a. z i= UJ ...J ...J ::I Ill ...J w z i= z w C/) c a: 0 ...J LL close to an electrical wall socket. That charge was upgraded to first-degree murder when Ronderique died. Ms. Nunn-Scott and her daughter, 16-year-old Fredrina, were frustrated because they had been trying to find someone to help them r----***SPECIAL*** ----Routine Simple Extractions$99 +Xray Same Day Service. Surgical Extractions $199 +Xray Same Day Service. -------_____________ __.. Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 get this straightened out. They have asked Attorney Eric Seidel to help them find out who dropped the ball and why. "This is a terrible tragedy," said Seidel. "I'm investigating on behalf of the family to see how this could have happened. The family has questions and they need answers." Seidel said the mother, in her grief, has asked hat Ronderique's organs be used to h e lp other children. "The entire system, in cluding DCF, is being looked at, as well as others, said Seidel. "The family feels power less and n eeds the help of someone. I'm happy they feel confident I can help them. "T hi s is an ongoing in quiry and I'm seeking the truth. This is just a classic case of a family feeling pow erless in dealing with bureau cracy. They 've felt this way throughout the entire process." Seidel said the family has not finalized any funeral arrangements for Ronderique. -Woman Shares Her Storv To Inspire Others Ms. E. Bonita Newell, left, is shown with hermother, Ms. Dorothy Lockley, at her college graduation. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, a Tampa mother graduated from col lege summa cum laude. This is an accomplishment for any one, but it was more significant for her because of the trials she experienced reach ing that point in her life. In March 2008, Ms. E. Bonita Newell survived something that few do --she suffered a brain aneurysm. She was 38 years old at the time. Ms. Newell said she re-:members being in excruciat ing pain after reaching the hospital and begging for pain medicine. Her next memory is of being told she had suffered an aneurysm and had to un dergo brain surgery Although for many such an ordeal is fatal, Ms. Newell remained hospital ized for 16 days. Her mother, Mrs. Dorothy Lockley, provided care for about a month. Ms. Newell credits God and the power of prayer for her speedy recovery. She never required therapy, had no paralysis and no long-term memory loss. She returned to work 21!2 months after her ordeal She counts this as just another example of her faith in God Twenty years before becoming ill, Ms. Newell said she was addicted to crack. She was scared straight by an encounter with an undercover police officer. "That's the way God chose to deliver me from crack," she said. After about 2 months of being clean, Ms. Newell wanted to make a donation to help people battling addic tions. She said an addict di rected her to Living Faith Assembly of God, where Ms. Newell joined. But she said, I lived strad dlin g the fence for about two years. I was trying to live the Christian life my way and not God's. Shortly after kicking the addiction, Ms. Newell learned that she was pregnant with her son, Chad. She is now celebrating 19 years of being She considers herself fortunate in that she was spared some of the hardships other experienced because of supporters and those who walked life with me and sup ported me. Ms. Newell said she was laid off three times in six years, but was always able to rebound. After her third lay off, she returned to school at the University of Tamp a. She transferred to DeVry Univer sity, where she earned her B S. Degree in Technical Man agement. She was a full time employee and full time student. 3608 N. 1 Sth (Comer Of Lake) 813 I:Ier goal is to help youth who fall through the cracks of society. "There are funds available for youth to attend college, but many don't grad u ate high school. There has to be some way to help them to h ave better outcomes, she said.

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Feature c: m en 0 Ex-Bovtriend Fatallv Stabs Woman: Then Cuts Himself "T1 him. She was a strong woman anyway, because that's how I :::c raised her." C: The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on Saturday at 6A4 a. m., Manuel Santiago, 24, used a key and entered the apartment of Taneka Humphrey, 27, armed with a knife. Deputies said Santiago, a military veteran, went into the bedroom where Humphrey was sleeping and cut her throat fatally injuring her. A witness that was in an other room sleeping woke up and went to Humphrey's bedroom and reported seeing Santiago standing next to the bed with a knife in his hand and blood coming from his neck. It was later discovered that Santiago had cut his own throat in a suicide at tempt. The witness screamed at Santiago and then held the door shut from the outside until deputies arrived. Deputies reported that Santiago is the former boyfriend of Humphrey. Santiago was hospitalized for his suicide attempt, and was charged with the murder of Humphrey after his re lease. According to reports, Santiago and Humphrey had been dating for seven months, and during that time family members of Humphrey said Santiago had repeatedly made suicide threats but she had repeatedly offered to allow him to live with her in spite of his problems. According to deputies Santiago had threatened to kill himself in front of Humphrey's daughter and niece. He was taken into cus tody and Baker Act. When he was released, Humphrey al lowed Santiago to stay with her whil e he recovered. How-TANEKA HUMPHREY ever when he made another suicide attempt, Humphrey told him he had to go before the end of the month. Deputies said Santiago showed up at Humphrey's apartment Saturday, days after trying to apologize to her. Taneka's father, Nathaniel Humphrey, said his daughter was a graduate of MANUEL SANTIAGO ..... in jail after failed suicide attempt Wharton High School and re ally loved animals. "She had graduated from Everest as a Pharmacist Tech nician, but couldn't' find any work. That's why she was going back to school to get a master's degree in business "Santiago was a friend of my grandson, and that's how he met Taneka. I never no ticed anything wrong with Mr. Humphrey said 5; Santiago had done some -< crazy things at her apartment, and she didn't want him """' around her daughter, 3-year-"""' oldAnyjha. "But, she also didn't want him walking the streets with nowhere to live." Mr. Humphrey said his grandson and Santiago's brother, Michael were best friends, and Michael had been living with Taneka for two years. "Michael had so much potential and had been living with her because his parents offered him little or no support and were going through a divorce." Washington's Funeral Chapel in Plant City is assist ing the family at this time. Police Chase Ends With Crash; No Arrest Made "T1 r-0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A police chase through East Tampa Friday morning left a stolen car destroyed a HART bus scraped, and two people slightly injured. However, the suspect es caped and remains free According to police the chase that ended at the corner of N. 29st Street and E. 21st Avenue, around 6:45 a.m., began with a report of a car burglary. Police said they received a report of the burglary taking place at the intersection of McBerry and19th Street. A police officer observed the 1995 Nissan Altima on N. 19th Street and began to pursue it. The vehicle turned south onto E 21st Avenue and as it reached the corner of N. 29th Street, the driver allegedly attempted to pass a HARTline bus on the inside. The driver clipped the front of the bus, causing the Nissan to go into a spin and come to rest against a Tampa Electric pole. The suspect jumped out of the vehicle and fled the scene. In response to complaints from the commu nity about the manner in which the pursuit was handled, Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said, "Initially, the officers were conducting an active search for the suspect and trying to contact TECO to turn off the power. The pole was damaged and the officers were afraid the pole might fall and were trying to clear the area to prevent anyone from get ting hurt or killed if it fell. "They were also working The stolen vehicle was desbooyed after crashing into the TECOpoll. a hot scene where they were looking for the suspect with Air Service and K-9 units, she said. As a result of the incident, two people were injured. Ms. Latonia R. Murray-Davis, 40, of Clearwater, was a passenger on the bus. She was treated for bumps and bruises. Ezell Collins, 48, was waiting for a bus at the corner when the accident occurred. He was treated for an injury to his ankle. Both were treated at St. Joseph's Hospital. Ms. Ebony Henderson told police that her ve hicle was parked at her residence around 12:30 a.m., Friday. However, she discovered it missing around 6:45 a.m., the following morning, and reported it to police. Ms. Henderson did not want to comment on the incident when contacted by the Sentinel. However, she did state that her vehicle is a total loss and that she does not have full coverage insurance. When questioned about the damages to the TECO pole and to Ms. Henderson's vehicle, police attorney, Kirby Rainsberger quoted Florida Statute 768.28 that essentially states the City is not responsible for "death, injury or property damage caused by a person fleeing from law en forcement if the pursuit does not involve reckless driving on the part of the officer and if the officer believes the per son committed a felony. Attorney Rainsberger said the city is not liable and cannot be sued for the damages. However, stated that once the person has been ar rested and charged with the offense, they can request the courts to impose restitution. Rev. Thomas Scott, Chairman of Tampa City Council said the current chase policy allows police to chase where people are not hurt. He said public safety is the primary concern. Ms. McElroy said that property from a vehicle bro-ken into at McBerry and N. :2 19th Street, along with 0 stolen property from other )> locations was found inside the stolen car. She further stated that z HART bus was scraped as the suspect attempted to pass in while running from police. progress has been made to identify the suspect, but no arrest had been made as of press time. FREE Professional Service .u ........ Alert: n.e Florida Law states That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care Call B. 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Editorials/Columns a) > a: < :::: a: m w LL >"' c en w :::: .... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193o-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 ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptions-$44.oo-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages olthls newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance ol The Rorlda Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Prepare For A Rebounding Economv Apples are cheaper! Bananas are cheaper! Now's the < time to fall in love .. !"Ask your grandparents about that song, which came out during the end of one of AmerO ica's worst ordeals since the Civil War. It was referred to en by only one word: "Depression!" And when it ended, despite the fact the world was in the worst war it had ever .,_ experienced, people ate cheap apples and bananas and danced in the streets. w Economic prognosticators say, if America's present [j economy keeps improving, we may be singing that song c again, sometime soon. W For Black folks, such good news also brings with it a problem. The tragedy right now, is many Black Ameri::::J cans are unprepared to fill job vacancies when such vam cancies become available because of a lack of education, training or job-search skills. z So, even in the light of light at the end of the turuiel, if fii Black America does not act and act quickly, even the re...J turn of good times may find us still standing on the cor...J :::: m ...J w ner. What is the key? Education is the key. 'Oh, sav Cal You' Whatit I < o h, say! Can you see, by the dawn's early light? C What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last if gleaming." We remember when "King of Soul" James 9 Brown was given the honor of warbling that noble song II. at a Super Bowl opening. He botched it, but his grunts and squeals did indeed, provide provocative entertainment. Then there was comedian Roseanne Barr who butchered the National Anthem's lyrics, spat on the pitcher's mound and grabbed her crotch for emphasis. Folks thought the world would end, or Barr would be strung up by her heels. Fortunately enough neither happened. And now comes pop-star Christina Aguilera, who ju'st the other night, had the once-in-a-lifetime honor of singing "The Star Spangled Banner." She blew'itr The audience booed! And history took notice of a growing trend of celebrities who obviously did not pass American History tot. But Aguilera and othets' obvious ignorance causes us to wonder. How many of our students could recite "The Star Spangled Banner?" how many students even know that our national anthem was written by Francis Scott Key? A member of our staff recently did .an unofficial survey, only to find to his horror that most of the studentS canvassed had no idea who Francis Scott Key may have been, and not recite "The National Anthem." Perhaps, oUr students have other things to do, which are more pressing than learning the song that represents w their country. Well, we don't think so. And now that she CJ has felt egg on her face, we doubt Ms. Aguilera thinks so, either. chools across the State of Florida may not admit it, but they are busy getting ready for the all im portant FCAT exam This period of time is generally a very intense time for school officials and stu dents. But, so many have se rious reservations about the FCAT. Many people believe the FCAT is more important than everything else taught in school. I have been told that in order for a student to gradu ate from high school, they must pass the FCAT. I have been told that no matter what a student's grades are, they must pass the FCAT to graduate. If that is the case, the FCAT has too much im portance attached to it. What about all the other tests students take? What about the class participation, the field trips, the homework and the class projects? Shouldn't they account for something? What about a student who makes A's and B's, but thinks the FCAT? It is an established fact that some students are smart, but are very poor test takers. Some students get so nervous sitting for a test that their minds draw a complete blank. That isn't all the FCAT does. Schools are graded for ef fectiveness, teachers are evaluated for effectiveness, increased pay for teachers is decided and all of this is done based upon one statewide test known as the FCAT. I am not a supporter of getting rid of the FCAT un less it is replaced by another such test. I am advocating and I am a strong believer that the Hiram Rhodes Revels: 1821-1901: First Black In The United States Congress P resident Barack Obama's struggle to prove his citizenship to chronic disbelievers is remi niscent of the struggle Hiram Rhodes Revels faced before he was seated as the first Black man to serve in the United States Senate and the first Black man to serve in the United States Congress, as well. Revels represented the state of Mississippi for two terms, 1870 and 1871 during Reconstruction. Elected by the Mississippi State Senate to finish the term of one of the state's seats left vacant after the Civil War, Revels' election was opposed by Southern Democrats who challenged (of all things) Revels' citizenship. At that time, "election to the United States Senate re:.. quired nine years prior citi zenship." Claiming that Revels became a citizen only after passage of the 14th Amendment ratified in 1868, Southern opponents insisted Revels had been a citizen for only two years. However, Revels' supporters argued that because of Revels' mixed Black and white an cestry Oike President Obama's) and being born free, the Amendment applied only to "Blacks who were of pure African Blood." Revels and his supporters won the argument and Revels was seated by a vote of 48 to 8. Born free in 1827, in Fayetteville, North Carolina to a biracial father and a white Scottish mother, Revels was privileged to be tu tored as a young child and to attend the Union County Quaker Seminary (Indiana) and Knox College (Illinois). Completing further study at a Black seminary in Ohio, Revels became an ordained minister in the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in 1845. Thereafter, Revels preached the gospel in Baltimore, Maryland, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio; nessee, Missouri arid Kansas through the 185o s. From 1863 to 1865, Revels served as a chaplain in the Army during the Civil War. In fact, Revels re cruited two Black Union reg-FCAT should not be the sole determining factor as to whether or not a student should graduate. I do not believe the FCAT should be the single most de termining factor if a school is a failing school or not. I do not believe that the FCAT should be the sole determi nation as to whether a teacher is effective or not. Use the FCAT but don't make the test the school's boogie man. I can see the FCAT score counting for part of a stu dent, a teacher or a school's evaluation. But to be the sole factor isn't right, nor is it fair. In my opinion, the FCAT is an invaluable tool to deter mine where a student is and where they need to go on the educational ladder. Maybe the FCAT has out lived its usefulness. I under. stand that the former governor, Jeb Bush insti tuted the FCAT. I also understand that the test is purchased from a man named Noel Bush. Fruits don't fall too far from the tree. iments in Maryland and Mis souri, and engaged in the battle of Vicksburg, Missis sippi. After the Civil War ended, Revels returned to serve the AME Church, in Kansas, Louisiana and Mis sissippi. Having established a pri vate school while assigned to Baltimore, Maryland, Revels continued the trend by opening schools for Black children in Mississippi. There, his political career began when he was elected alderman (1868) in Natchez, Mississippi and to the Mis sissippi State Senate (186cj). Having been impressed by Revels' intellect and ora torical presence, the Missis sippi State Senate elected him to the United States Sen ate by an 81 to 15 vote. While serving in the Sen ate, Revels championed equal rights, opening jobs for Blacks at the Washington Navy Yard, levees on the Mis sissippi River and construc tion of the New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad. In addition, -Revels fought to desegregate Wash ington, D. C. schools. After leaving the Senate, Revels was appointed the first pres ident of Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical Gollege (now Alcorn State University) where he served until 1882. Most certainly, the parallels between President Obama and Hiram Revels re sonated with me as I believe they will with our readers, as well Harambee!

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Local Tampa Man Creates Oral Hvgiene Product CLEMON RALPH, JR. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Clemon Ralph, Jr. said he was driven to create an oral h y giene product because he wasn t happy with the treat !llent he was getting from his dentist, and what the dentist had suggested wasn t working. In 2009, Ralph created a product called Plaque Busters "Growing up, I had oral is sues and didn't know the proper way to take care of m y teeth and gums. I spent thou sands of dollars trying to keep my natural teeth, using differ ent recommended techniques and some surgery. I even used a recommended oral cleaning system, and nothing worked." Over the years, Ralph said he tried dping things more natural and started working with vitamins and herbs. "That's when I thought vi tamins and minerals could help me with my problem. After experimenting with a combination of ingredients, I developed Plaque Busters. "I started marketing my product in 2010 and I've been handing out samples with hopes of getting testimonials from people. I set up a website in March 2010." Ralph said he's just start ing with the new product, and it's moving slow now, but he feels by advertising and get ting the word out, it will pick up. "This is a natural product that will save you tons of money. Ralph said his product has vitamin C and that's what makes it so unique . "You become a lot healthier by using my product because of its germ killing power." Ralph is a 1971 graduate of Middleton High School, and has operated a janitorial busi ness and spent 12 years in the construction industry. You can find out more about Ralph's product by vis iting his website, www.whiten teethwithmineral.com. We set our standards as high as you do. Ranked "Highest in CustomerSatisfaction with Small Business Banking" ''iT H .\\:h: 'I \ '"\, 1 \.. Sll'llhlltBink, MemblrFDIC. 02011 Sll'llhlltBnl,lnc. Sll'llhlltllldLMSald. BlnkSold. .nflllllrllr ...... _.._.ofSII'Ill'UitBanks, Inc. Sll'llhllt Benb. Inc.. 111p1t runellciiiOOI'e II1IP '**' n"' lNIId .. PftlJ tslt ., JJ1 t-.r and .wadiM 2010 Small Busblls enng Salllflc:tDn 2010Aidy bad on morelw'l 6,800 I8IPOfllll flomtn.dll dldlbH\IIIIIIIIl ... 'Aretllt I ......... M$100.'0)to$10 IIAln Propriellrylbly ..... bad on eDq1811e11Ce8 and perceplol d deallorHnllan 818111111 IIIIWIId 11111111111 .U, ..SAu;att2DtO. ._ ; ..,_,VIII Jdpowetoom. "TT m m ::D c: )> I\) 0 ...... ...... "TT r 0 ::D c )> en m z ::::! z m r m c: r r !!l z "U c: m r u; :::1: m c m < m -f c m en c )> z c ., :!2 c

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2/9 AMARI And REBECCA Happy 25th birthday, 2/9, to our mommy. May God bless you with man y more. 2/9 ARI'YANA And REBECCA took Who's Turning 4' ZAH'NYAH (WHITEGURL) WALKER At 18 Months and KISHA(MOM) 'Then' Happy 4th birthday Whitegurl. Love, your mommy, Kisha. ZAH'NYAH WALKER At 4 Years Old 'Now' SHONDA, LEXUS, BANTCHIE, NANA, JERRY, QUESHIA, SHERYL And TYLER Happy belated birthday wishes to my big broth e r Bantchie. Keep your head up you will be home soon Much love from th e family. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' DROP A special birthday wish goes out to my husband, "Fred." We thank the Lord for blessing you with another y e ar, Baby. Love y ou wifey, Elizabeth a nd family. RICKY 2-4-11 Gone, but not for long! Happ y birthday, Ricky! Love, wif e and kids. Celebration Thomas Walker Celebrates 40th Binhdav Family and friends gathered recently with Thomas Walker. to celebrate his 40th birthday The event was held at the Blaise Alfano Building. Walker is the son of Ms. Thomasina Banks. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Birthday honoree, Thomas Walker. Tony and Fontaine Marion enjoying the birthday party. Mother of the honoree, Thomasina Banks and Doris Thomas. Tony Marie and her mom, Fontaine Marion jamming at the birthday party of cousin. Cousins enjoying the birthday party: Tracy Banks, Tara, and April-Jacobs. Thomas Walker, in the rear, with his family: Patrick Crawley, Martha Pearson, Gwen Walker, May and Richard London (Atlanta, GA) Diane Smith (Detroit, MI), Tichina.Diggs, Casey and Wallace Diggs, Doris Jackson, April Jacobs, Vicki Sheppard (Los Angeles, CA) Monteque Sheppard, Tracy Banks, Avis London (Atlanta), Glenn and Loretta Johnson (Orlando), Richard Lewis, Daryl Tharp and Kimberly Tharp (Detroit), Camittia Alexander, and Alfred Burgess (Detroit).

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Local Tampa Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sororitv, Inc. Personal Experiences Helped Shape Future 01 Authors >a: < => a: Ill w LL Hosts Town Hall Forum c The Tampa Alumnae ffl Chapter of Delta Sigma => Theta Sorority Inc. will host 1-a town hall forum address-ing the Academic Achievement Gap of African-American males in elementary schools, on Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011, at BrooksDeBartolo Collegiate High School. The event will take place from 6-8 p. m., with light refreshments served from s:30-6 p. m. The town hall meeting will feature local education experts including Doretha Edgecomb, Chair of the Hillsborough County School Board; Dr. Brenda Townsend, professor at the University of South Florida; c Jeanette Bradley, chief ii: executive, What We Could LL 0 Be, Inc., and other commu-Z nity leaders, educators and < students. Dr. Samuel L. Wright, Sr., Director, Office of Student Ombudsmen w at the University of South Florida, will serve as moder> ator, ffi Through the town hall > meeting, the members of Delta seek to w gather mformation that will allow them to develop the :J sorority's new national pro-JANETTE SPENCER-DAVIS ... President gram initiative -Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence (EMBODI). Specifically, the sorority seeks to develop a program that will address the needs of African-American Males in 3rd and 41h grade while help ing them to close the achievement gap that exists between them and sameaged peers. For more information about the Feb. 10 town hall meeting, please contact Edu cational Chair, Karen Beard at (813) 684-1302 or firstvp@dstta.com. CNA, HHA, MED TECH, CPR, FIRST AID CLASSES EVERY &WEEKS CLASSES ALSO OFFERED FOR MANDATORIES NEEDED TO RENEW STATE USA K PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS A Gospel Play 'The fJones' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel city Editor After reaching adulthood, we often look back upon ex periences of our childhood. Two published authors re cently shared their stories during interviews with the Sentinel. Both authors come from diverse back grounds. Growing up in Miami, Ms. Tameka Fryer Brown lived in a very diverse community. "I thought what a wonder ful thing it is when the diver sity of a community and the closeness we all want to have come together. It was this experience of people accepting each other's likenesses and differences that resulted in "Around The Way On Neighbors Day." Ms. Brown said the book began as an ABC book. for children that highlighted a multicultural neighborhood. She had completed writing the story within three months. The illustration was created by illustrator Charlotte Riley Webb. Ms. Brown, 40, sold the book, which was her first published creation in 2008. The book was released in 2010. She said although her vision was different from that of the illustrator's the fin ished product is very vibrant and colorful. Now that she has b ecome a publishe d author, Ms. Brown has b egun her sec-MS. TAMEKA FRYER BROWN ... Author of "Around Our Way On Neighbors Day" and book, entitled "In A Mood." It is also designated for children and will be released in 2012. She is also working on another book geared toward students in middle school. Author Glennette Tilley Turner was also influenced by events of her childhood. She is the daughter of John Lee Tilley, who served as the president of Florida Nor mal & Industrial College, located in St. Augustine. The college was renamed Florida Memorial University and re located to Miami. Ms.lluMneristheauthor of several books including, "An Apple For Harriett .. T .Jones, Sr. VISit Our Website At: 888-538-3.577 TbiJis ate smon tor 1111 IIIIRilesfltioa of II ... ,. MS. GLENNETTE TILLEY TURNER ... Author of "Fort Mose" Tubman," a story about the Underground Railroad. It was during her research that she discovered the Underground Railroad had been in existence long before Harriett Tubman was born. She also learned that Fort Mose, located in Northern Florida, was a springboard to the history of its presence in Florida. Fort Mose served as an interconnection between the Indians. and runaway slaves, Ms. Turner said. Ms. Turner said after hearing the story, she was inspired to write about it because she lived in the area as a child and "no teacher or textbook ever mentioned an African American settlement named Fort Mose, she stated. Ms. Turner, 77, said it was a sentimentaljourneyfor her to write the book and then return to St. Augustine for its launching last September Board vacancies The Tampa City Council of the City of Tampa has several Board and Commission vacan cies that will be occurring due to resignations and expired terms. To find out which Boards and Commissions have vacan cies, please call the Office of tl1e City Clerk (813) 274-8397 or go on line to http:www.tainpagov.net/appl Tampa Boards and Commissions . The deadline to apply for any of the vacancies is Wednesday, February 9, 2011. .,

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Loca ffi CJ) From The Classroom SL John Progressive To The Garden life M. B. Church Has Tov And Book Drive )> lessons Still APPIV Brittany Walker and Tamairah Morgan at the Gardening event. Carolyn Barton and Rhonda Glover. James Williams and JoJuan Dixon were among the sth graders who participated in the gardening program. NEW ST. I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after minf! own heart, which shall fulfill all my will. Praise & Worship Girl Talk Circle Of Lunch Captured at the St. John Progressive Deaconess 2010 Toy and Book Drive are Deaconesses Shelia Graham-Bryant, Sophia O'Meally-Green, Cheryl Burnett, Stacy .Burgess, Mary Jones, Coretta Mayes, Carmen Casey-Turner, Patricia Ball, Alma Kinsey, Sheila Mays and Sister Murlene Francis. On December 18, 2010, Saint John Progressive C hri stian Life Center became Toy l and. With the blessings of Pastor Bartholomew Banks, Sr. and the church family s open -h earted donations, the Deaconess Ministry was able to bless 17 families with a total of 40 c hildr en. Twenty two bicy cles, a huge variety of toys and books were distributed to these families. The yea r 2010 marked the nth year of this successful eve nt. Deaconess Cheryl Burnett is the current president of the Deaconess Ministr y. The entire Deaconess Ministry partici pated in this project. The chairpersons for this year's event were Deaconess Carmen Middleton High Class Of 1958 The Middleton High School Class of 1958 will meet Friday, February 11, 2011, 5:30 p. m at the Police Sector Office, 3808 N. 22nd St. Bring a covered dish. The agenda w ill include discussion on the souvenir book (ads and patrons) for the 53rd c lass reunion, which will b e h e ld July 1-3, 2011. The next me e ting will be Friday, February 25, 2011 at t h e same location. For more information cal l (813) 420-1441. Fannie Keith a nd Inez Patterson, chairpersons, John Shipp, president a nd Rose Pearl Gambrell Jones, reporter. At the St. John Progressive 2010 Toy and Book Drive are Deaconesses Alma Kinsey and Mae Brittingham. Casey-Turner Deaconess Burgess. and Stacy The ladies of this ministry give all honor to God for the m great things He continues to rii do throughout the communi-::D < ty. c: m CJ) c Blake Class Of 1966 )> The Howard W. Blak e Class of 1966 will meet Tuesday, Z February 8, 2011 (today), 7 p. m. at the Wig Boutique 2452 Brandon Blvd. Please bring a classmate. :!! The class will be discussing the Valentine Dance w hich will C b e held on Friday Feb. nth.

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Local cO > a: ::J a: CD w LL c en w ::J 1-c a: LL c z c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w :::z::: en ::i CD ::J c. z i= w -I -I ::J CD -I w z i= z w en c a: 0 -I LL N ,.... Hall 01 Fame Goller Remembers Hard Times BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Growing up in Winter Haven, Florida during the 1930s, Charles Owens ex perienced the full force of prejudice and discrimina tion. The experience could have left him a bitter man, but instead he used that en ergy to become a world-class golfer. I had a chance to become a professional football player, but it was golfl really wanted to do. Mr. Owens said what helped him make his choice was being drafted into the Korean War. I didn t like that, but I didn't have a choice at that time. During a parachute jump at Fort Bragg, North Carolina in 1952, Mr. Owens injured both knees and his left ankle. The injuries left him partially crippled, and he's now a 100% disabled veteran. Growing up during such hostile times, Mr. Owens said he never once consid ered quitting his desire to be come a golfer. "I searched my soul and did all my planning before I started playing golf. I knew what to expect, so I was pre pared for it. That didn't make the experience any easier. "I also started looking at Charles Owens sits in a golf cart with two of his students, sisters Derylene Roberts and Cherylene Levy. what golf e r wer e earning and I knew I had to at least give it a try. Mr. Owens said he didn't get his first set of golf clubs until he was 39-"Before that, all I had was a 5-iron. I practiced with it in a cemetery and I wore it out. I was very determined and kept going although many. stumbling blocks were put in my path. "I hate the politics of sport That's why I don't get involved in the corporate side too much. I was golf pro at Rogers Park for five years and that was enough for me." Mr. Owens reached the climax of his career in 1<)86 on the Senior PGA Tour when he won twice in a three tournam e nt span. I love mentoring young golfers, and at one point I had a junior pro, I created the youth program at Rogers Park -and sometimes you have to be little rough when you re instructing people." Mr. Owens said for golf to grow among African Americans the young people will have to be exposed to it in high school. This is an expensive sport and that is a big reason more African American kids don t pick it up. If they could get sponsors, it would lighten their load considerably. Mr. Owens was in ducted into the African American Golfers Hall of Fame in 2007. Tampa Native Inducted In Florida Track And Field Hall Of Fame For more than 30 years the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame has been recog nizing individuals in the sport for their outstanding commit ment and dedication. On Friday, January 7, 2011, at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort in Daytona Beach, David D. Bowden, a 1962 Middleton High School graduate, was one of 5 individuals to be so honored. The inductees are all distinguished individuals who exemplify true leadership in the sports of Track and Fie ld in the state of Florida. They were chosen by the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame to receive this presti gious recognition. Bowden's distinguished and stellar career includes : chosen Olympic Torch Bearer; several Sports Hall of Fame inductions; named Coach of the Year by several organizations and media; support runner for the Winter Olympics, 2002; and served as Coach/ Athletic Director for People to People Sports Ambassador International. In addition to his coaching skills and expertise, Bowden was an accomplished marathon runner participat ing in prestigious races. He returned home to Tampa and participated in the Gasparilla Distant Classic 10 times. Bowden has a long and stellar career in various sports in several states as a partici pating athlete and coach be ginning at Middleton High School, where he lettered in football, basketball baseball, and track and field. At Mid dleton Bowden was greatly influenced b y such notable coaches as -Abraham Brown, Billy Reed, and Ronnie Brown. In discussing his lifelong involvement in sports, Bowden acknowledges his grand parents the late James and David Bowden with Florida Track And Field Hall of Fame induction plaque. Alcania Kenon, (Quincy; FL) and parents, the late Robert and Dorothy Bowden (Tampa) for instilling in him the intrinsic values of a hard work ethic always doing one's best, treating people right, and developing a deep faith in God. Bowden is from a very large extended family in Tampa and lived for several years in College HiU Projects with his 6 siblings. Many of his relatives were local educa tors, business, and govern ment persons. Following high school graduation, he was awarded a scholarship to Fort Valley State University, where again be played football, basketball, and baseball. At Fort Valley State University, he was coached and greatly influ enced by Alphonso-Varner, who wrote a letter of recom mendation for this honor. Bowden played briefly with the Washington Red slqns and charted his path by following the example of per sonal friends and NFL greats Butch Johnson, Rayfield Wright, Carlton Oats, McArthur Lane, Attorney Moses Carey (Tam pan). In 2006, Bowden fol lowed his dream, relocating to Kailua Kona, Hawaii, where he and his wife Swan, live.

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Ziggv Marlev Rapper scartace Stevie Wonder Joins Welcomes Babv No. 3 Apollo Theater Hall Of Fame ZIGGY MARLEY Wife, Orly And Children Ziggy Marley has so meThe Apollo Theater is han-thing new to sing about! oring Stevie Wonder with an The 42-year-old reggae induction into its Hall Of Fame singer and his wife, Orly -on June 13th. who is the former vice-presiThe gifted singer/songdent of William Morris Agency writer got his start at the --welcomed their third child. Apollo back in 1962 as a 12Named Abraham Se-SCARFACE year-old child. "Little Stevie lassie Robert Nesta Mar-Wonder" captivated crowds ley, the newborn joins older According to XXL, Scar-as he played multiple instrusiblings Judah, 5, and face has been locked up since ments at a young age. Gideon, 4 October 13, 2010 and held After an illustrious career, Ziggy has 3 other children-without bail in the Montthe place that introduced him -Daniel, Justice and Zuri-gomery County jail in Texas to the world is acknowledging -from previous relationships Cha rges include failure to him as an Apollo icon. He joins greats such a Michael Jackson, Ell Fitzgerald and Areth Franklin in the Hall. Aguilera Flubs National Anthem a lin e as she b e lt e d out th e na tion a l anthem at the start of the Super Bowl Sunday ni g ht. pay child support in 4 separate cases and separate charges re latin g to a federal case that hav e not been r evea l ed. Lil wavnes 'I Am Still Music Tour' Sells Out CHRISTINA AGUILERA ARLINGTON, TX Christina Aguilera flubbed Wh e n s h e was s upp osed to sing the lin e "O'er th e ram parts we watched, were so gall a ntl y streaming," s h e ins t ea d repeated an earlier lin e with a slight variation. Aguilera says she got lost in the moment and lost her place Bruno Mars To Plead Guiltv In Vegas Cocaine case BRUNO MARS LAS VEGAS --Pop star Bruno Mars told a Las Vegas judge Friday that he'll plead guilty in state court on Valen tine's Day to a cocaine charge that would be wiped from his record if he stays out of trouble for a year. Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, and a trio of defense lawyers agreed not to contest police accounts that he possessed 2 6 grams of co caine when he was arrested early Sept. 19 after a Las Vegas nightclub performance. Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Joseph Sciscento set the Feb. 14 date for his plea the day after the 53rd Gram my Awards show in Los Angeles. Pricev Prince Concert Canceled At last Minute PRINCE DALLAS --Prince's Sup e r Bowl-weekend concert was a Super Bust. The superstar was supposed to perform Friday night at TheE ve nt a concert with Erykah Badu that was to be a fundraiser for The Goss Michael Foundation the art group founded by George Michael and his longtime partner, Kenny Goss. But the performance never happened Jav-z Plans To Put 40/40 In All JAY-Z Jay-Z to open a club in Atanta? Co-founders of the original 40/40 Club Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter, Desiree Gonzalez and Juan Perez hav e had th e ir fair s hare of success franchising th e sportsbar that first opened in M a n hattan in 2003. The r estaurant busin ess is not what it once was and due to financial troubles and label disputes, not all of the chains were able to survive. With the times changing, Jay-Z and his cohorts have decid e d to team up with Delaware North Companies, a hospitality and food service company, to open up 40/40 bars in airports around the country where customers commute daily. Tickets are moving fast for Lil Wayne's first po s t-jail tour I Am Still Music. Th e tour will include Nicki Minaj Rick Ross Travis Barker and Mixmaster Mike for dates across the country. Students at Penn State lined up for a special of tickets 24 hours in advance and camped out outside to se cure their spot in line Tickets sold out within an hour of going on sale at the LILWAYNE r-0 ::rJ c l> school's Bryce Jordan Arena. en Wayne also sold old out Long Island New York's Nas-:::::! sau Coliseum in 30 minutes Z m moving over u,ooo tickets. r-aJ c: r rm :::::! z ::rJ c

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BEAUTY UNLIMITED ports > a: a: L1J > L1J c L1J ::I: en ::J m ::J D.. z j::: CHAE MONET Returning as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature is Chae Monet. If you think you saw something beautiful Friday, just take a look at what we're offering you this time. In case you missed it, Chae's vision is to be able to capture her audience and entertain them, being herself. Chae plans to pursue her pas s :ion for performing and start her own busi ness that will give others the opportunity to achieve their dreams. Congratulations to Chae Monet as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. L1J If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or ...J ...J Spotlight, please send your information and photo, ::J including a contact number to: jjohnson-@flsentinel.com L1J lick Wins AP Comeback L1J Plaver Of The Year 9 In landslide Vote LL MICHAEL VICK DALLAS -Michael Vick took a most unusual path to The Associated Press 2010 NFL Comeback Player of the Year. award he received Saturday night. "'':t In the 12-year history of the .,.. L1J honor, no player has returned CJ from jail to earn it. if After missing two seasons serving a federal sentence for dogfighting, then spending most of the previous year as a seldom-used backup in Philadelphia, Vick was back at his best in 2010. Taking over as starter in Week 2 after Kevin Kolb sustained a con cussion, Vick ran and passed the Eagles to the NFC East title and a 10-6 record. He also displayed the kind of reformation away from the game that impressed a nationwide panel of 50 media members who regularly cover the league. Vick received 29 1/2 votes, easily beating Seattle receiver Mike Williams, who got eight. "The most fun I've ever had pla)ring football," Vick said. "The guys. The organization I play for now. Coaches. Players. Just the way I live my life now. It's just been great. Redskins' Havneswonh Charged In Road Rage Assault ALBERT HAYNESWORTH FAIRFAX, Va.-Redskins defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has been charged with assault in what police say was a case of road rage. Fairfax County police spokeswoman Shelley Broderick says a 38-year old man told investigators he was driving a Honda Civic in suburban Washington when h e saw a pickup truck tailgating him. T h e man says the driver then made a hand gesture. Broderick says Haynesworth, who was driving the truck, got out when the vehi cles stopped and assaulted t he other driver. Arenas Served For custodv, Child Suppon During Game GILBERT ARENAS ORLANDO -Orlando guard Gilbert Arenas was served with child support and custody papers as he left the court during halftime of the Magic's loss to Miami on Thursday night. The court documents were a California petition filed by Laura Mendoza Govan. She identified herself as his ex-girlfriend in the documents. Govan is the alleged mistress of Shaq O'Neal and sister to Basketball Wives reality show girlfriend, Gloria. The petition seeks custody and child support for three children that Govan says Arenas fathered and has since "financially cut off." She is also seeking support for another unborn child as well as monthly support for the other children. In the petition, she is seeking $109,000 in'monthly_ support payments from Arenas and $1.3 million annually. A hearing in the case has been set for March 8 in Los Angeles. Orlando plays at Sanders, Faulk, Sharpe lead 1-Man Hall Of Fame Class MARSALL FAULK, DEION SANDERS AndSHANNONSHARPE DALLAS -Deion Sanders always was Prime Time. Now he's all-time. Sanders and Marshall Faulk led a class of seven voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Joining them were Shannon Sharpe, Richard Dent, Ed Sabol, Les Richter and Chris Han burger. As talkative as he was talented, known as much for his celebration dances as his interceptions and kick returns, Sanders was an outstanding cornerback and sometime wide receiver with five teams. He 's a two-time Super Bowl winner and was the Defensive Player of the Year in 1994. Faulk won a Super Bowl with the 1999 Rams was the 1994 Offensive Rookie of the Year, 2000 NFL MVP and a three-time Offensive Player of the Year (1999-2001). Faulk is the 10th leading career rusher with 12,279 yards and for a half-dozen seasons was the most versa tile back in football as much ,, African Hair Braiding Specializing In All Types Of Braiding 1803 N. 22nd Street & 7th Ave. (YbofCity) 3)247-1033/(813)234-0104 a threat as a receiver as a runner. "I wanted the ball in my hands so I could so something with it," Faulk said, recalling how he briefly played quarterback in high school and didn't find it exciting enough. Sharpe starred for Denver and Baltimore for 14 seasons and won three Super Bowls in a four-year span, two with Denver, one with Baltimore He held league records for a tight end in receptions,. yards and touchdowns when he retired in 2001. ''If I had a thousand tongues, I 'couldn't say how happy an d proud I am," Sharpe said. "I don't know what I did to deserve this. Bears defensive end Dent was the MVP of the 1986 Super Bowl and finished with 137-1/2 career sacks He was the top pass rusher on one of the NFL s greatest defensive units. Dent became a starter in 1984, beginning_ a 10-year period in which he made 10 or more sacks in eight of 10 seaso ns. !$2 Off! L--.

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Sports Celtics' Daniels Bruises Spinal Chord MARQUIS DANIElS least a month. BOSTONBoston Celtics guard Marquis Daniels bruised his spinal cord in a collision Sunday and is expected to be sidelined at "He's full function now. He's fine," said Danny Ainge, Boston's president of basket ball operations. "We're going to keep him (in the hospital) overnight just to go through some tests, but he s fine. Asked how long Daniels would be out, Ainge said, A month, two months. It'll be a month, anyway. Daniels was hurt with 11:01 left in the second quarter of the Celtics' 91-80 win over the Orlando Magic after he began driving to the basket from the right side of the lane and col lided with Gilbert Arenas, who was covering him. Daniels fell to the court and lay motionless for a few min utes with his head facing down while surrounded by coaches and teammates near his bench Medical personnel put a neck brace on Daniels and strapped him onto a stretcher before he left to the cheers of the crowd, which had re mained very quiet until then. He gave a thumbs-up sign as he was taken off the court b e fore going to New England Baptist Hospital. Holvtield-Nielsen Fight Postponed COPEN HAGEN, Denmark Former heavy weight cham pion Evander Holyfield haspostponed EVANDER his bout with HOLYFIELD Denmark's Brian Nielsen. Promoter Kalle Sauer-land said Thursday the March 5 fight has been moved back to May 7 to allow Holyfield more time to recover from in jury. The 48-year-old Holyfield (43-10-2) was cut above the left eye by an accidental head butt during his fight last month with Sherman Williams. The bout was ruled a noco ntest. In a statement released Thursday by Sauerland, Holyfield said he "co uld not do sparring until the end of the month, following medical advice. 1itle Town USA' Gets. Its Fourth lombardi Troohv AARON RODGERS was voted Super Bowl MVP Super Bowl XLV lived up to more than the hype as millions of viewers saw the Green Bay Packers hold on to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25. Game MVP was Aaron Rodgers, the Packer quarter back who tossed three touch down passes in the' victory. The Packers claimed their fourth Super Bowl trophy that bears the name of the man who brought them the first two Super Bowl victories, Vince Lombardi. The Pack ers also have 12 NFL champi onships. The Steelers, still the only team in the NFL with six Super Bowl trophies, n ever l ed in the game, and could not dig themselves out of an early 21-3 hole. Neither team had much of a running attack, and relied on the arms of their quarterbacks Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger. Both defens es turned in ste l lar performanc es; but the Steelers sea led their fate b y committing four turnovers, a t least three of which led to Packer scores. More than 100,000 people were inside Cowboys Sta dium, with another two to three thousand outside watch ing the game on a big screen. The Packers were able to pull out the victory despite losing their top defensive player, Charles Woodson to a col larbone injury, and one of their premiere receivers, Donald Driver, to a foot in jury. The NFC has won back-to hack Super Bowls, and Rodgers can now quiet all the fans who still wanted Brett Favre to save their franchise and bring them another Lom bardi trophy. Silva Knocks Down Belfort To Defend UFCTitle LAS VEGAS Even after a dozen straight wins during nearly a half-decade of unrivaled perfection in the UFC octagon, Anderson Silva still came up with another spectacular way to finish a fight. Silva stopped Vitor Belfort with a single kick to the face in the first round, de fending his middleweight belt for a record eighth time at UFC 126 on Saturday night. After little action in the opening minutes of their bout, Silva (28-4) flattened hi s fello w Brazilian brawler with one magnificently placed kick that caught Belfort squarely on the jaw, bringing a dramatic end to Silva s 13th consecutive UFC victory at 3:25 of the opening round. "Thanks to m y coach for teaching me that kick, Silva said. "Everybody should re s pect Vitor. Before I even started fighting, he was a champion, so he deserves your respect." Mavweather's Uncle Questions Mannv FLOYD MAYWEATHER Roger Mayweather, the uncle and train e r of six-time titli st, Floyd Mayweather Jr., s till insi sts that southpaw WBO welterweight (147) pounds and WBC junior mid dleweight (154 pounds) cham pion Manny Pacquiao has "go t something in him," an implication that the use of performance enhancing drugs is the reason the Filipino super star has retained power and won titles over eight dif. ferent weight classes. Roger Mayweather's comments were made during an interview with Chris Robinson of Boxing Scene.com at Floyd Mayweather's gym near the fighter's Las Vegas home The change I would make, you don't want to know/' said Roger Mayweather. "Take that sh** out of his body and do it like a fighter is supposed to do. I know he got some thing in him. He knows it too. I know there is proof." MR. RONALD VERN BELL WARE Mr. Ronald Vern Bellware went to be with his Spiritual Father on January 29, 2011. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, but had been a lifelong resident of Tampa. He was a member of the United States Air Force and after an Honorable Discharge, worked as a private investigator. His next employment was as a claiins adjuster for the Hillsborough County Board Of Commissioners. Mr. Bellware was a faithful member of Sacred Heart Church. An avid sports enthusiast, his preference was professional and college football. He was a very devoted family man. He is survived by: his loving wife of 27 years, Margie McMillan Bellware ofTampa; from Riverview, a daughter, Brittaney Bellware and friend, Ronnell Curtis; of Tampa, Justin Bellware; from Detroit, MI, Julianne Bellware and husband, Bernard, and Roxanne Bellware Kelly and husband, Donald; from the Bahamas, a brother, Richard Bellware; from Kala mazoo, MI, a granddaughter, Nicole Bellware Burns and husband, Brian; and great grandchild, Harry Bellware; from Sterling Heights, Kristina Bellware Burgess and husband, Yaser Elhajras and children, Fatimah, Halinah, Niemah, Mamiah, Haram and Fulay Bellware; from Dearborn Heights, MI, grandchild, Karen Bellware; gratitude to Hospice of Hillsborough County, staff at Phyllis Busansky Center, Pearl Smith, Joy Byrd, Renee Bellware and Daniel Bellware; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be held February 11, 2011 at Sacred Heart Church at 1:15 p. m. Interment will be at Bay Pines Cemetery, St. Petersburg. The repast will be immediately after the service at the church' s Parish Hall. AFFINITY DIRECT CREMATION www.affinitycremation.com MRS. DEBORAH HARRIS Homegoing services for Mrs. Deborah HaiTis, who passed away on February 1, 2011, will be held Wednesday, February 9, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, With Pastor Tony Hawkins, Pastor of Faith Alive at New Mt. Silla Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Mrs. Harris was a native of Tampa. She graduated from Chamberlain High School, and thereafter achieved an Associate in Arts degree from Hillsborough Community College: She was preceded in death by: her brother, Mario Harris; and a great aunt, Lucille Weeks. "TT r-0 JJ c > en m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r-m ::! z She leaves to cb,erish her memory: a very loving and devoted husband, Mr. Freddie Thomas; daughter, L. N. Story (Wayne); son, Nigel.K.; Davis (Erin); sisters, Dolores H. Thompson (family), Denise "'D Harris (family), Vicky Harris (family), Pamela Telfair (Der-rrick), Denise Underwood en (Kenneth), and Tasha Harris ::I: (family); brothers, Roosevelt Harris, Jr. (Valerie), Robert Harris (family) Herbert Harm < m :::rJ < -t c: m CJ). ris (family) and Ricky Harris (family); aunts, Pamela Davis (and husband), and Wanda Walker (Thomas); great aunt, Florence Wuliams (family); great uncle, Herbert Harris (family); a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, special friends, and others sorroWing relatives and friends. c > z c "TT Visitation for Mrs. Debo-:::rJ rah Harris will be held Tues-C day evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. Friends attending the homegoing services are asked to assemble at the funeral home at 1:45 p .m. A HARMON BURIAL

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rds of Thanks EL SR. RIGOBERTO HERNANDEZ Servicios funerales Para El Sr. Rigoberto Hernandez, quien fallecion el dia 4 de Febrero, 2011. Sera velado el dia 8 de Febrero, 2011, a Ia 7 p. m., basta las 10 p. m. en Ia funeraria, Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, con el Hermana Juan Manuel Menendez, Del Salon Del Reino de Los Testigos de Jehova. Entierno sena el dia Miercoles Febrero 9, 2011, en Haven Cemetery, a Ia 1:30 p. m. El Sr.: Rigoberto Hernandez nacio en Cuba en Ia Provincia de Matanzas. Rigoberto was preceded in death by: Hiso de Lucrecia Yedra y Francisco Hernandez. El dejo' par fue Recuerden so Memoria a sus hijos, Mayra Hernandez y Abdiel Hernandez y su Espous, Esther Hernandez, Dejo a sus, Hermanos' Queridos, Saul Hernandez, Rodrigo Hernandez, y Alguien fue muy Querido Para el su Yerno, Pedro Barrios, y con esa Bonita Esperanza, fue Jehova nos Pronete en Revelacion 21:3=4 Porfie Dios Limpiara Toda Lagrima de sus ojos y Ia Muerta no sera mas ni existiran mas Lamento ni ciamor ni Dolor porfue todas es Tau cosas seran cosas del Pasado. A HARMON BURIAL MR.NASAB ELIVOBLACK Mr. Nasab Elivo Black of Tampa, passed away on Saturday, January 15, 2011. A memorial mass will be said for him on Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 10 a. m. at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1203 N. Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Hugh Chikawe, officiating. Mr. Nasab Elivo Black was born on August 4, 1918, in Annatto Bay, St. Mary, Jamaica, to the late William Black and Louise Lachlaw Black. He was preceded to eternal life by his wife, Beatrice A. Black. Mr. Black attended schools in Jamaica and received a college degree from Cornell University. During World War II, he served in the Merchant Marines. Later, he worked as an insurance agent and manager for Central Life Insurance Company. Yet, he longed to own his own business, and his dream was real-, ized through his acquisition of the Mr. Softee franchise in Florida, Maryland and Delaware. Here, his true passion as a salesman blossomed. He truly believed that hard work was an essential part of success, and all troubles encountered on the road to our goals are always "worth it." Nasab loved to mentor and encourage young people, and was also known for his witty sayings. Precious memories will remain with: Aubrey E., Alicia L., Randall A., Bobby Sims (Detroit), Gertrude Hudson (Bradenton), Amanda Anthony, Dolores, Mcintosh, Charles and Tynia Thomas and family (Davenport), Angelia Thomas and family (Alabama), Lillie Graham, the Johnson family (Maryland), Jocelyn Carpenter and family, Beverly Backey, Ralph and Beatrice Malone and family, Gloria White and family, !'llorman and Catherine Murray and family, Bessie Sims, Maureen Olsen, Josephine Jenkins, William Stewart, Bobby Giddens, Gloria Adams, St. Peter Claver Catholic Church and Choir, and many others who blessed his life. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners,. 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com w "Our Business Ia Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-fune lhome.com MR. WILLIAM ALFRED BUTLER, SR. Mr. William Alfred Butler, Sr. of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, February 1, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, February 9, 2011, at 1 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Pastor Clarence Nathan, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. William A. Butler, Sr. was a native of Pulaski, Tennessee, and a resident of Tampa for over 50 years. He attended Northwestern High School of Miami, FL, and was a personal trainer and body builder who taught Judo. His love and passion was for health, fitness and nutrition to live life to the fullest. William was preceded in death by: his mother, Katherine Ruise; father, William E. Butler; and son, William A. Butler. He leaves to cherish his memory: Bernice, his loving wife of 47 years; daughters, Alphelia Cliatt, Willette Lewis and husband, Alex, and Wandeera Buchanan; sons, Warren, Wendell and wife, Helen, and Winyatta; grandchildren, Wendell, Rashawn Butler, Michael, Mikayla, Alexis, Marcus, Janae, Winyatta Butler, Stefani Lewis, Michael Ward, Latoya Bedgood and Tameka Ward; great grandchildren, Michael, III, Jamaul, Chris Harden, Bryce, Aaliyah and Mariah; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Vivian Frank, Lawrence, Joe, Cecilia, Lulamae and Frances; special aunt and uncle, Deloris and Alfonso McGee; nieces and nephews, Ellen and Damion Davis, Regina, Tandra, Rita, Bridgette and Cory, Dierdre and Clarence, Sonia and Rodney, Janice and Fred, and Joe-Joe; a host of grand nieces, grand nephews, other relatives, and friends. The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m., Tuesday, February 8, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Baby, Money Jones, Tampa. Mrs. Gloria Mitchell, Tampa. EVERETf-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Carrie E. Scott, Tampa. Sister Angeline J. Wallace, Panama City, FL. MR. MOSES KNOTT, JR. Mr. Moses Knott, Jr., 74, of Pocahontas, Mississippi, passed away Thursday, February 3, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 4008 E. Cayuga Street, with Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mr. Knott was a strong community leader and CEO of Knott's Salvage & Hauling since 1969. He also retired as a longshoreman in Manatee County. He is the proud son of the late Moses Knott, Sr. and Willie Bea Davis. While in heaven, he will also join: his son, Eric Lee Knott; his brother, Christopher L. Knott; his sister, Rosa Lee Davis; grandchildren and other loved ones. His memory will linger on in the hearts of: his former wife, Annie Mae NeWman Knott; his children, Willie Ann Abdul-Hati (Khalia), Kathey Knott Scott, Patricia Knott Bexley Chapman, Renada Knott Nelson (Melvin), Helen Knott Meador, Moses Knott, Ill (fiancee, Wanza), Vivian Knott Batts, Relisa Knott Butler and Lucian Knott; and other adopted children from his heart; devoted brothers, Rob.ert Whitehead, Clarence McGee, Sammy King, Willie Davis (Mary), Raymond Davis (Peggy), Earl M. Davis, Ruben Knott (Willie Mae) and Ruther (Bernice); devoted sisters, Diane Davis, Luretha Barton and Susan Porter; a host of outstanding grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, and loving friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. Friday, February 11, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com INTEGRITY FUNERAL SERVICES Mr. Allen Stinson, don,FL RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Nasab Black, Tampa. Mr. William Butler, Sr., Tampa. Mrs. Louise Flowers, Tampa. Mr. Kalvin Jones, Lutz. THANK YOU SIMON L. PRATT, JR. (SPIKE) I would like to thank all my family, friends and loved ones for all the support, phone calls, prayers, flowers and visits during our time ofbereavement. Special thanks to: Dee Dawkins for the obituary programs and Pastor Richard Chutter for the eulogy and Florida Mortuary Funeral and Cremation Service. Sincerely, Mrs. Chiffon M. Pratt. SINCERE GRATITUDE BARRY LEE VANDUNK The family of Barry VanDunk, would like to express heartfelt thanks for all the love and prayers and acts of kindness we received . Special thanks to: Jesus for His love and support, my husband, Adam Worthy, John Harmon Funeral Home, Northside M. B. Church, Rev. Ricardo Robinson, Pastor, Sister Sofie, Action Labor, David Isoni and Team, and Moates Florist. May God continue to bless us all. Barry VanDunk and family. Mr. Moses Knott, Jr., Pocahontas, MS. Mrs. Georgia Reaux, Tampa. Mrs. Lillian Thomas, Riverview, FL. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Ruby Ford, Tampa. Mr. Halton A. Henry, Valrico, FL. Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith, Tampa. Mr. Floyd Thornell, Thonotosassa, FL. Mrs. Cora Williams, Tampa.

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Crime Man Arrested After Teenager Accuses Him Of Violating Her CURRAN LANE A 46-year-old Tampa man was arrested last week and charged with lewd and las civious battery. The arrest came about after a teenager accused him of committing an act on her two years ago. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office arrested Curran Lane last week on a warrant issued by the Marion County Sheriffis Office. He was released after posting a $15,000 bond. According to police, the teenage girl who is now 15-year-old, told police the inci-dent happened during a camping trip in June 2009. The group of teenagers, (2 gir ls and 3 boys), accompa nied Lane, an employee of Positive Spin, Support for Parents in Neighborhoods, on a trip to the Ocala National Forest. The girl told police during an interview on January 18, 2011, that Lane came into the tent she shared with the other girl and touched her inappropriately. Lane told police he was at the tent on two occasions, when h e helped them to set it up and when he went to warn them about a bear. Lane ended the interview with police by requesting an attorney. Police also interviewed other youngsters on the trip Attorney Norman Can ella said he is representing Lane and that Lane denies all allegations. However, he said, I haven t seen a criminal report and all I have is basic informa tion at this point." suspects Arrested On Armed Robberv, Anempted Murder Charges GEORGE PALMA, JR. POLK COUNTY-Polk County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a man I connection with the January 29, 2011 attempted robbery and attempted murder that occurred at the Prima Store on County Line Road in Mulberry. Through the investigation detectives identified George Palma, Jr., 40, as one of the suspects involved in the armed robbery and attempted murder. According to earlier reports, two masked and armed men ran into the store, pointed guns at the KENNETH BURIKE, JR. employees and ordered them to get onto the ground. As one suspect was restraining a victim, the second suspect shot another victim several times as the victim was laying face down.1 After the shooting, both suspects took money from the business and were seen fleeing in a silver. vehicle. The second suspect, Kenneth Burke, Jr., 30, was arrested late Saturday and also charged with attempted murde r and attempted robbery with a firearm Man Accused 01 Impregnating Relative MOSES CARTER Hillsborough County deputies arrested a 36-yearold man last Thursday, accusing him of raping a 14-year-old relative and impregnating her. Polic e report that Moses Carter faces charges of sex ual battery and impregnat ing a minor. He is being held in jail with his bail set at $252,000. Detectives report that Carter raped the girl a year ago and she became pregnant. The child was born, and DNA tests indicated Carter is the father. women Caught on camera In Parking lot Brawl OCALA --A police inves tigation is underwa y after a brutal fight video was post ed online. Video of women, who were involved in a huge brawl outside of an Ocala gas station has become an Internet sensation and police said Wednesday the y are investigating the violent confrontation. In the vi deo posted on YouTube, as well as several other Internet sites, at least eight women faced off in th e parking lot of a RaceTrac gas station. The video shows that the fight began with several arguments and escalated to punches. Some of the woman were tearing off each others' clothes. Ocala police said the fight proba bly started in late December or early January after a local concert. After about three minutes, witnesses broke up the fights. Investigators said they are working several leads to identify the people involved. They say, even if the women do not want to press charges against each other, they could likely face fines and jail time for creating a public disturbance and endangering others. Mother Of Three Charged With Child Neglect On Thursday night, Tampa Police arrested a woinan reportedly who left three children home alone for four hours while she visited a bar. Police said a neighbor spotted the 3, 5, and 7 year olds playing outside late Friday night. Police were called after they learned the children had been left home alone. Police arrived at the apart ment complex, and were on the scene for 45 minutes until.Laraysha Adams, 28, returned. Adams was arrested and charged with three counts of LARAYSHAADAMS child neglect. A Child Protection Investigator took custody of the children. Former Buccaneer Picked C/) c "T1 m m :II c:: ::t> 0) 1\) 0 .... .... Up On Outstanding Warrant f! 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