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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tan1pa Bay ... .. ------.......... -IIVIIIII ICir lrl SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 -Tampa Chapter Jack And Jill Members Congratulate New Regional Director Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack And Jill Moms past and present congratulate new Regional Director, Tampa mom, Joli Cooper at a reception recently. On hand were: Electa Davis, LaCheryl Aikens, Lisa Pointer-Holmes, Tangela DuPree, Darele Campbell, Regional Director Joli Cooper, Barbara Twine-Thomas, Venetia Banks, Tametryce Collins, Yvette Sheriff, Jean Collins, Betoria Watson, Tameca Johnson and Eva Tyler. HCC President Plans To Retire SEE PAGE 2 AHorneys Featured On Talk Show SEE PAGE 6 Inmate Charged With Murder SEE PAGE 17 Fire Destroys Home Of Five SEE PAGE 2

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0'1 Feature 0 ffi Fire Destrovs Home Of Familv Of Five CD 0 ..,_ u 0 0 (/) UJ ::> ..,_ c a: LL. c z < c (/) w ... i;: w > w c : W ::1: (/) :J m D.. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J LL. Hero and neighbor, Clint Bowers, talks with investigator AI Alcala after the Hugh Street fire. Danny Zeigler, his wife, Sherry, and one of their three children had settled in for the night Sunday in their Tampa Heights home on Hugh Street. Since it was going to be a little chilly overnight, Zeigler plugged in a space heater inside his bed room before going to sleep At 2 a.m ., Zeigler said he was awakened by what he described as a sound like someone was fighting. "I got out of my bed angry, thinking my son had gotten into some kind of scuffle with someone." Zeigler said he found out what all the noise was about as soon as he left his beeroom. "I walked out into the hall-The Zeigler family called this house home for 12 years. An early Monday morning fire destroyed it. way and was met by a wall of flames. That's when I realizec the noise I had heard was m y neighbor trying to wake us up and get us out." Zeigler said he got his fam ily together and headed for the front door, only to discover the key to the burglar bar door was missing. "I found the key, got my family out, and once we got outside, the fire just spread so quickly and the roof collapsed." Tampa Fire Rescue personnel arrived at the house quickly, but weren't able to extinguish the fire before it had caused extensive damage to the home. Zeigler said he and his wife then moved their cars out of harms way then he went back into the burning house to retrieve his wallet and cellular phone Zeigler said he and his family moved into the house 12 years ago, and have never experienced any electrical problems. "We had gotten comfortable here. I had started training guys to box in my backyard, and was setting up a backyard training facility. I have boxing experience, and I thought I could help a lot of young men by giving them another option for their future." Zeigler said all of that has been put on hold for now as his first priority is finding a place for he and his family to call home again. "We're going to look for a rental or one of those cheap government houses. We d like to stay in this area, but if that's not possible, a nice place in a nice area would do just fine." As far as the burglar bars are concerned, Zeigler said he was preparing to install more on the rear of the house before the fire. The American Red Cross is providing temporary shelter for the family, and after 3 days, they will be on their own. Tampa Fire investigators have determined the cause of the fire as an electrical malfunction/problem. Tampa Fire Rescue person nel said thanks to the efforts of a neighbor, Clint Bowers, the Zeigler family as able to escape the fire unharmed. Anyone who can offer assistance to the Zeigler family should contact the Red Cross at (813) 348-4820. HCC President Plans To Retire BY IRIS B HOLTO N Sentine l C ity Editor On Friday, dur i ng th e in s tituti o n 's All College Day, President Gwendoly n Stephenson announced plans to l}'ii'::;:;;; retire. Sh e h a s s e r ve c as President of Hillsb.orough Community Coll e ge for 12 ye a rs the longest of any president. I I Dr. Stephenson, who reloca t e d to Tampa from St. Louis Community College, was hired as the president of the college in 1997. She plans to retire in June of next year DR. GWENDOLYN STEPHENSON ... President ofHCC During her tenure, Dr. Stephenson has created more than 170 new academic programs and overseen the construction of a 420-bed student apartment complex on the Dale Mabry campus. She is also responsible for a campus in Ruskin, known as the SouthShore Center to open and become operational. Dr. Stephenson is given credit for the stabilization of the col lege's enrollment. Hillsborough Community College currently serves ptore than 45,000 students. Under the guidance of Dr. Stephenson HCC received a posi tive accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges of Schpols, with no recommendations, for improvement. She also granted tenure to 120 faculty members. More than 230 classrooms have been equipped with state of the art equipment and the college has acquisitioned more than 123 acres under her leadership. Programs that have been created under her tutelage include : the Corporate Training Center and The Centers for Continuing Education, Centers for Innovation in Teaching and Technology, The EXCEL Leadership Program, The International Ed ucation Program, and the Honors Institute. Dr. Stephenson, 66, is married to Steve Stephenson. The couple has two adult children and two African American Holiday Season Cards Inside verse: May the closeness of friends and the comfort of home renew your spirit this holiday season. Inside verse: Wannest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday and happyNew Year. Inside verse: May the peace and joy of the holiday season be with the coming year. . -.Inside. verse:.-. Thegiftoflove. The gift of peace. The gift happiness. May all of these be yours this holiday season. $1 0 0 0 Assorted packaged set, 5x7 8 Cards and envelopes viewonline@www.ronwatsonartst LIMITED TIME OFFER. ORDER BY 10/23/09 Get an additional4 cards and envelopes. .. FREEI 12 cards and envelopes for $1 0.00 per packaged set Order Today! 813.900.6327 /813.231.3302 www.ronwatsonartstudio.com

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Feature .... c: m en c Police lieutenant Fired For Alleged Untruthtulness )> 0 (") BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, the Tampa Police Department fired a veteran officer for allegedly lying. The firing comes in the wake of the officer filing a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for racial discrimination last year. Lieutenant Dwayne (D. J.) Johnson was one of 5 Black lieutenants, 4 of which are Black men and 1 female. Twenty-seven of nearl y 1,000 officers hold the position of lieutenant. According to information released b y the department, Lt. Johnson had "a series of e v ents in early March" th a t led to his termination First Charge Of Untruthfulness The first charge of untruth fulness came about during a domestic dispute with Johnson and his ex-wife. She filed an injunction and alleged that he was bi-polar and not taking medication. Johnson was restricted from having any guns as a result of the temporary injunction. He surrendered his personal guns to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and his service revolver to Tampa Police. The Tampa Police Depart ment also ordered Johnson to obtain a "fitness for duty" evaluation from Dr. Vincent Skotko, the department's psychiatrist. Johnson reported to Dr. Skotko on March 10, 2008, but refused to sign a release of medical records. Then Police Captain Sal Ruggerio was told to go to Dr. Skotko's office and "give Lieutenant Johnson an order to sign the release forms and participate in the examination. If he refused to sign, he was to be relieved of duty." Ms. McElroy said an All Class Reunion Planned The next All Class Reunion meeting is planned for Thursday, October 22nd, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the AMF Bowling Alley, 10400 N. Florida Avenue. All interested graduates are encouraged to att.end the meeting. For additional information contact Adrian White at (813) 989-2810. agre e ment was re ac h e d with Johnson, and he r eturne d to work on April 7 2008, after being released by Dr . Skotko. Johnson filed the EEOC complaint on March 13, 2008, stating he was discriminated against on March 6, 2008. According to the documents, "On March 18, 2009, during the course of sworn testimony, City Atty. Thomas Gonzalez questioned Lt. Johnson about him surrendering his weapons .... The details in the "particulars" section of the EEOC form provided that Lt. Johnson on March 7, 2008 are more than just mis leading, they are untruthful. Second Charge Of Untruthfulness On March 10, 2009, Lt. Johnson reportedly told his supervisor, Major Sophie Teague, that he wanted to see Chief Stephen Hogue. He also told her that he could not share his complaint with her or then Assistant Chief Jane Castor because they were both part of complaint. The documentation stated that, "Major Teague instructed Johnson to make an appointment to see Chief Hogue and offered to make it for him .... Major Teague instructed Johnson that he could not meet with the Mayor until he offered the Chief an opportunity to address his complaint." However, Johnson is alleged to have attempted to see Chief Hogue without an appointment. The Chief was in a meeting and Johnson LIEUTENANT DWAYNE (D. J.) JOHNSON then left his office and went to City Hall and requested to see the Mayor. "Mayor Iorio entered the building on her way to her office. Lt. Johnson immediately approached the Mayor blocked her path and engaged her in a brief but unsolicited and inappropriate c0nversation in full pub lic view." The second claim of untruthfulness came about after Major Teague said she ordered Johnson to go through his chain of command. Assistant Chief John Bennett said the department prides itself on its word and integrity. "It challenges us as a department to protect the institution of law enforcement." He also stated that the departmentwent outside to get an indepen<;Ient opinion from the U. S. Attorney's Office. Robert E. O'Neill, Assistant U. S. Attorney Chief Criminal Division, stated in a letter to Chief Hogue, ... Be advised that the U. S. Attorney's Office receive: h sicaLexartrf /;, ....,_""""""ll!!l!l"!"!"""""""'""'} ,.,,. has declined to open an investigation of Dwayne J. Johnson .... After carefully considering this matter, ... this office will not pursue criminal charges." The department had sought to prosecute Johnson for untruthfulness on his EEOC complaint, which would have resulted in a federal criminal charge. Johnson Responds During a telephone inter view, Johnson disputed the claims made_ by the police department "The department set out to get rid of any minority who didn't sit well with Chief Hogue or who he couldn't mold. They started with Marion Lewis, and then Carl Davis. They did it at all cost, including manipulat ing the truth. He further stated that the incident with Dr. Skotko did not focus on him refusing to sign the medical release. Johnson said the paperwork listed Dr. Skotko, and the City of Tampa and the City had no business with his medical records. "In February 2008, they fired an officer for untruthfulness because they looked at his medical records and found that he had twisted his d knee while in the military. aJ They said he was untruthful m on his application. After Dr. ll Skotko gave me a release that did not include the city, N I signed it, took the exam g and was released back to z c ., l:J 6 Did You Know That .. .. Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In P ation For Your Dentures? Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 G) m w

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en Editorials & Columns 0 C\1 a: w CD 0 1-(.) 0 >=' <( c en w :::;:::) 1-c a: LL. c z <( c en w :::;:::) .... w > w c w :I: en ::i m :::;:::) a. z tu _. _. :::;:::) m I _. w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 _. LL. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 { 813 ) 248-1921 Published E very Tuesday and F riday B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of National Newspaper Pub lishers Association (NNPA ) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc New York 1990-94 C P Time lnternational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETIY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscript i ons-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $87 00 Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. National Parent Involvement Month A re you listening? If you are the parent or guardian of a public school student, we hope by now that you have taken the time to visit your child's school or have spoken with all Of your child's teachers either by phone, by e-mail or in-person. Since October 29th is the end of this school year's first grading period, you may want to find out exactly how your child is progressing in school. October is National Parent Involvement Month, and we encourage all parents, especially Black parents to become more intimately involved in their children's education. Furthermore, we encourage our parents to spend a minimum of 15 minutes each school night reading with their children or helping them with their homework. Here's why. Research shows that schools with high rates of parent involvement have higher achievement rates than those schools where parent involvement rates are lagging. Children do better in school when parents are involved, especially when parents feel welcome in the school and are consulted about decisions affecting their children. Indef!d, "customer-friendly" schools help build atmospheres of trust and collaboration among parents which make parents more likely to become involved. We guarantee that parents will have fewer surprises when report cards arrive on November 16th (elementary) and November 19th (high school) if they become involved now. Bullving The Bullies As we all would agree, the worst thing in the world is to be talked about as ifyou weren't there. So, this editorial is not talking a.b.a.ut bullies, but is talking directly m bullies. How does it feel to be a bully? How does it feel to know in your gut that most people surrounding you are afraid of you? No-doubt, it makes you feel good, doesn't it? No doubt, when you look in the mirror, the fact that you cause agony, fear and confusion causes you no heartache. And why should you feel guilty? Why should anyone feel guilty who only has to frown, yell or occasionally punch or push somebody in order to get his or her way, in life? Indeed, it would seem that being a bully is the next best thing to happiness itself! Why? Because if you're a bully, you consider yourself "at the top of the food chain," so-to-speak. You are the so-called "apex predator," the "land-shark," and you love it that way. Most certainly, .you could care less that people fear you, but would cheer if you were to end up dead or crippled for life. As far as you're concerned, love and friendship are second-rated. What rates most in your book is fright and submission, have we pegged you correctly? Yes, it would seem that bullying is the good life. But those of us who have been bullies know better. What W haunts us is the statement "WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND!" What haunts us is the fact we are ... bullies because someone has bullied us! The Frank And AI Brain Drain Frank i s the esteemed Secretary of the State Department of Juvenile Justice. AI is the honorable State Senator"from North Florida. Both qf these two men have recently suffered a brain drain as it relates to the School for Boys in Marianna FL. The School for Bo ys has been suffering some b a d pub licity lately for its decades of physical and mental abuse to boys sent there for criminal activities. This publicity is nothing new. I heard nasty, gruesome things about the school when I was a child and that was _years and years ago. AI Lawson has to be older than I am and he has been a State legislator for over 27 years. I recently read that Senator Lawson said he has not heard one complaint about the School for Boys. Ramses-11: Say what? Where has this gentleman b ee n? On planet Lost In Space? Either Senator Lawson has been off the planet or he is suffering a bra in drain. Reading further into the article, I concluded that AI Lawson was more interested in defending the school than getting to the root of any problems that ma y have exist ed or still exists To compound the brain drain problem, Secretary Frank Peterman joined in. In the same article, the Secretary said he had heard that there were some problems at the school but he thought that they had been corrected and eliminated As the person in charge of juvenile justice, Mr. Peterman should know whether or not the problems had been corrected Ramses The Great R ecalling the many dis cussions I've engaged in about the Negroid facial features of Egyptian pharaohs and queens, Egyptian hierarchy, today, I will share the life of one of those pharaohs with you. His name was Ramses II (Rameses or Ramesses). Born in 1303 B.C., Ramses was the son of Queen Tuya and King Seti I, who was the son of Ramsesi. As the third Egyptian pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty Ramses II assumed the throne in 1279 B.C. and ruled for a little more than 66 years until 1213 B.C Indeed, he became known as Egypt's greatest, most celebrated and most powerful pharaoh. His military exploits and architectural accomplishments are legend. During the early part of Ramses II's reign, he concentrated on building cities ; temples and monuments on a large scale, leaving them scat tered throughout what today is known as northern Sudan, Libya and Syria. Beginning his building of monuments under his father, Seti, Ramses II completed the Great Hall at Karnack, a 6o,ooo sq. foot temple with 134 columns, said to be the greatest accomplishment since the building of the pyra mids. Using mud bricks and armies of workers, Ramses II built a new capital city, PiRamses in the Nile delta. Modern day excavations in the eastern Nile delta found remnants of the city now buried under rich farmland. The excavations showed not only temples and monuments, but revealed a huge residential palace with its own zoo and a large chariot armory. He insisted that all carvings be deeply engraved in stone to prevent erasures, tampering and changes as had happened to previous pharaohs. Ramses II's military power and prowess are recorded in the many expeditions he led into territories now known as Sudan, Israel, Lebanon and Syria. Though he waged many war campaigns, and conquered the aforementioned territories, Ramses II is known primari ly for the Battle of Kadesh In fact, with all th e negat ive publicity and the atroc i o u s n at u re of some of th e c h arges, the School for Boys should h ave be e n a top priority for th e Secreta1 y. Throw in th e fact that a class act i o n s uit aga in s t th e sc hool and the s t a t e s h ould have made this s itu a tion a priority age nd a item. Some very ser i ous and d amaging charges h ave been l eve l ed against the school. Allegations of phys ic a l abuse, mental cruelty, sexual abuse, and even murder a re among the serious charges against the school. Both the Secretary a nd the Senator should want to be informed as much and as quickly as possible about the truthfulness of these charges I find it difficult to believe that State Senator AI Lawson has not heard a single complaint about the school. I find it hard to believe that the top ranked person in charge of the Department of Juvenile Justice would say he really doesn't know what is going on at this powder keg that falls under his jurisdiction. Somebody has had a brain drain. against the Hittites. Accounts of his battles are etched in reliefs all over Egypt and the conquered territories. Historians also recount Ramses II's great military strategy in successfully defeating sea pirates who interfered with shipping vessels along Egypt's Mediterranean coast as well. Though Ramses II had many wives, his great love was Nefertari. He called her his chief wife and "beautiful of face." Their deep love for each other was well known. He dedicated a temple to her and when she died, Ramses II built for Nefertari's body what is described as the largest, most elaborately decorated and spectacular tomb ill' the Valley of the .. Kings. --Ramses II fathered more than 100 children, most of whom he outlived; and he lived to be 90 or 91 years of age. He shared power with his so sons and was succeeded by his 13th eldest son, Merneptah. Buried in an elaborate tomb with an underground complex of at least 130 chambers for his children, Ramses II's body is described as 5'7", having a strong jaw and hooked nose and sporting red hair. His mummy is located in the Museum of Antiquities in Cairo, Egypt. Go see it for yourself. Harambee! Copyright 2009 African American Insight by Joanna Tokley

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Pictures From The Past Gloria Gibson, Dellarene Taylor, and Charlotte Hardy wave to the crowd during a parade. Choir members of Greater Morning Star are Delores Gilbert, Joyce McRae, and Albert McKinley. M,iss FAMU, Barbara Williams, and Miss Morgan State, Jacquelyn Shears admire presentations made to them. -, At the Charmettes Holiday Ball were Earl-Roberts, Walter Robinson, Jr., Fifi Glymph, Jay Williams, and Gregory Wilkerson. Middleton High School Class of 1966 Essay Contest participants. -t c m CJ) 0 0 (') -4 0 m m :::D 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 z 0 ., :::D 0

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8 Local N PRODUCER OF WIDE-A-WOKE WEDNESDAY BY IRIS B. HOLTON. Sentinel City Editor ATI'ORNEY ANTHONY R.REEVES nity to listen as the attorneys discuss topics that are of con cern to the general public Some of the issues the attorneys will discuss during the show include : Questionable Finance Charges; The Artist and her Artistic Rights and Security ; The Parent vs. The School Board; Self-Defense and the Charge of second degree murder; the Veteran Firefighter; Custody and Child Support; Juvenile and the Juvenile Justice System; and College Student and Law Pursuits. The audience will also ATI'ORNEY PARIS have an opportunity to ask questions about issues that are not discussed and obtain the legal opinions of the guest attorneys. The attorneys appearing on the panel are: Attorney Anthony R. Reeves, of Reeves Law Firm, P A.; Attorney Clinton Paris, of The Law Firm of Clinton Paris, P A.; Attorney Edwin P. Randolph, of Edwin P Randolph, Attorney At Law; and Attorney Leon H. Jones, of Criminal Defense Attorney, L.H .. J. Law. Attorney Jones said, ATI'ORNEY EDWIN P.RANDOLPH "When criminal laws are written; they are both a sword and a shield The difference between the two is how they are wielded. "We believe that under standing and leveraging this distinction is the differernce between success and failure in a criminal case." Attorney Paris said his firm services the needs of both individuals and businesses. Attorney Randolph said, "Our firm strives to be Tampa Bay's most effective family law firm by achieving results efficiently and with ATI'ORNEYLEON H. JONES the client being full y informed about what is hap pening in thier case." Attorney Reeves said "Providing excellence in legal services is a top priority. Motown Maurice said, "It has been two years and 25 shows since I began the show. I have decided to con clude the series with the last show on November uth. "I encourage everyone to experience Wide-a-Woke Wednesdays before it becomes a piece of history. There are two exciting shows left and you don't want to miss them." First Annual Senior Information Fair Planned An East Tampa organiza tion is inviting the public to attend their First Annual Senior Information Fair. The event will take place on Friday, October 23rd, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. It will be held at the Sulphur Springs Resource Center, 8412 N. 12th Street. The Senior Information Fair is targeting seniors who are at least 55 years of age. There will be agencies on hand to share information, provide pamphlets, br och ures, and to answer questions The event will focus on women In The NAACP Meeting Planned On Thursday, Oct 22nd, members ofW. I.N. (Women In the NAACP) will host a meeting at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 E. Palm Ave. at 6p.m. Dr. Arlessa B. Simpson-Kuban, W.I.N. Chairperson, is asking all members to attend. Anyone wishing to obtain more info can call (813} 234-8683, or (813) 223-4863. information of interest to senior citizens of the com munity A special class enti tled, "Medicare 101," will take place at 11 a.m. During the class, those in attendance will be pro\ r ided with infor mation about Medicare prior to Open Season for Medicare Registration The Open Season for Registration will begin in November 2009. The event is being hosted by the Sulphur Springs Resource Center. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can call (813) 936-3064, or e-mail NUCPYouth Council Sponsors Food Drive Members of the NAACP Youth Council are asking for donations of non-perishable foods for needy families. Anyone wishing to a contribution can. take. the iterps to the NAACP Office, 308 E. Dr . Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., (813) 2348683, during normal busi ness hours. The food drive will end on Tuesday, December tst.

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0') g Local N 0 i Howard w. Blake Class Of 1959 Celebrates 50th Reunion (.) 0 c en w ::> ..... c a: LL. c z .... ii: w > w c w %: en :::i m ::> ll. z t= w .J .J ::> I:D ...:. w z t= z w en a: 0 .J LL. .. were: row, Hazel Grant Gooden, Cynthia Flowers, Vivian Hall Simmons, AzaLee Dixon Stanislaus. Second row, Vera Collier Stokes. Fannie Harris Rodgers, Margaret Weeks Davis, Barbara Howard Reid, Ella Flowers White and Anita Parramoure Howard. Third row, Harold Scott, Christine Falks Houston, Alberta Dixon Johnson, Betty Rose Long Wilson, Barbara Turner Henderson, Daisy Johnson Cooper and Altamese Thompson Price. Fourth row, Thomas Mention, Manuel Arenas, George Wilds, Elmer Smith, Rev. James Berrien, John Brown, John Glenn, Ben Foster and Kenneth Rivers. Fifth row, Benjamin Ford, John Scott, Rev. Bernard Morris, Rev. Charles Davis, Freddie Monroe, Rudene lgles, Lee Donald Moore, Nathaniel Powell and David James. The Howard W. Blake Class of 1959 celebrated their 50th reunion during the summer at the Marriott Westshore. The theme was "We Are Events of the reunion included registration and reception at the hotel, break fast with classmates, family and friends at a local restau rant, renewing relationships, individual activities sightseeing at Blake, tee shirt day at picnic_ at College Hill Conference Center, business meeting, worship at New Hope M. B. Church, and dinner and farewells at a Carrollwood restaurant. The highlight of the reunion was the reunion banquet held in the Kennedy Room of the hotel, which was decorated in the school's colors black and gold. Classmates also wore those colors. Former teachers in attendance were: Moses Powell, Rev. Walter Turner, Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr., Harry Morris and his wife, Lucille, and Mrs. Josephine (Brodie) Hubbard, and her husband, Ronald. All gave words of remembrances and thankful ness. Each teacher received a token of the class' love. Each class member also had an opportunity to express themselves. Class members received a plaque, copy of the 1958-1959 school newspaper and golden name tag. The evening concluded with a dance. Class members expect to get together again in 2011. The class concluded their reunion with a Civil Rights tour Other than Tampa, mem bers of the class traveled from Jasper, Parrish, St. Petersburg, Ocala and Altamonte Springs, FL, Mesquite and Houston, TX, Brooklyn, NY, Euclid, OH, Plainfield, NJ, and Ft. Lee, VA. HAROLD SCOTT Officers of the class are: J 'ohn Glenn, President; Frances Cheeks Jennings, Vice President; Fannie Harris Rodgers, Corresponding Secretary; Anita Parramoure Howard, Financial Secretary; Vivian Hall Simmons, Recor.ding Secretary; Nathaniel Powell, Treasurer; Ernest Reese, Business Manager; and Ben Foster, Parliamentarian. Family & Friends Day Speak life Church CELEBRATING TWO YEAR OF Goos BlESSINGS Household Chemical And Electronics Col-lection Planned Theme : THERE'S NOBODY LIKE JESUS OCTOBER 25, 2009 1 0:00 AM & 5:00 PM 10A.M. PASTOR LAURA ANN HARGROVE SPEAKER 5:00PM PASTOR HOWARD GREEN Of Turning Point Fellowship C.O.G.I.C SPEAKR COME Ol.lr liND BE BLESSED OF !HE LORD! 6509 N. HIMES AVE UNIT A FL 33614 813 -na -2567 Saint Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 Sherriil St. Port Tampa, {813) 839-5263 Saint Mark M. B Church 1892 Thru 2009: Growing And Encouraging The Saints Through Christian Education For 117 Years. Welcome To: Sunday Church School9;30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship: 10:55 A .M. Prayer Service & Bible Studies: Wednesday 6:30--8:00 P.M. HOst Ministry: SMMBC Deacons Deacon Nonilan T. Cannon -Chainnan of Deacons Come and Rejo ice with US! We Are Praising Him In Our Temples The Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management's upcoming household chemi-SATURDAY October 24, 2009 .BLACK & WHITE .BANQUET DINNER Embassy Suites Hotel USF Time: 6:00 pm I Tickets $25 Contact {813}453 cal and electronics collection day will be on Saturday, October 24, 2009. Collection time is from 9 a.m. until 2 SUNDAY October 25, 2009 "HOMECOMING CELEBRATION SERVICE Time: 11:00 am Sunday 11Homecoming Celebration Service11 to be held at: BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF Goo IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27TH AVE.* T FL 33605 (813) 24S..5690 p m. and is at the new lo c ation, located in the vacant parking lot on the south side of Bird Street (Exit I-275N a t Bird Street). This collection day provides residents the opportunity to safely dispose of unwanted chemicals and electronics at no charge. At our last chemi cal and electronics collection in April 2009, 42 tons of hazardous waste was collected and disposed of in an environmentally-responsible manner and over 27 tons of electronics were recycled. The following materials will be accepted at the collection site: paints and solvents; used motor oil; automotive products; pool chemicals; mer cury-containing devices, such as fluorescent light bulbs and thermometers; lawn, garden and household chemicals; and electronics including computer monitors, printers, CPUs, keyboards and televisions. The City will not accept any explosive, radioac tive or biomedical wastes at the collection site and only residential waste will be accepted. For more information call (813) 348-1111 or visit thewebsite at www.tampagov .net/solidwaste.

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Local Ceremonies To Honor Renaming Of Communitv lakes ROBERT L. COLE, SR. On Wednesday, October 2o"t Mayor Pam Iorio will l ea d a g roup of elected offi cials and \ Tampa residents in a pair of ceremonies to honor the renaming of two commu nity lakes. The first ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. at the community lake being renamed in honor of Robert L. Cole, Sr. That lake is at 1798 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. HERBERT CARRINGTON, SR. Boulevard, across from Nathan B. Young Middle School. A second ceremony will be held at 2A pm. at 5001 North 34th Street for the community lake being renamed in honor of the late Herbert D. Carrington, Sr. The public is invited to attend both ribbon-cutting events. Middleton Principal Proud 01 Progress Made At School OWENYOUNG p ., -BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Owen Young became Middleton High School's latest principal, he knew exactly what he was getting himself into. He knew about the problems the school has endured and the toll it took on his predecessors. But, Young had a plan. His plan was to not take a militant attitude toward reform, but to make the students have pride in their school and institute change. Last Tuesday at the East Tampa Community Revita lization Partnership meeting Young addressed the Community Redevelopment Board members, the ETCRP members, and those in the audience. ''I'm very proud of what we've accomplished at Middleton in such a short time span. We all feel we've improved the image of the school and made the students responsible for their behav ior." "We've had only two serious incidents at the school this year, and .both were taken care of quickly. I'm also excited about the progress our stu dents have made in the classroom. I thank my staff for that, and our ability to work together and share information. Young extended a \ invita tion to everyone in to come by the school and see the changes for themselves. ''I'll be more than happy to take anyone on a personal tour of the school and let them see for themselves the progress we've made. I want Middleton to return to the time when it was a competi tive school with students and faculty that have a lot of pride, and were willing to put i!! to make the school what it should be." Tampa Chapter Jack And Jill Members Congratulate New Regional Director Greater Tampa Chapter Dads congratulating their new Regional Director at a recent reception were, standing left to right: Gerald Honeywell, Ty Griffin, Darryl Hamilton, Michael DuPree, Henry Thomas, Van Holmes, John Moriarity, Victor Young, Kevin Banks, Reggie Jefferson, and David Cross. Kneeling: Nolan Padgett, Elon Metoyer, Regional Director Joli Cooper, her husband, Tony Nelson, John Avery, and Ishmon Johnson. -i c: m CJ) c 0 (') -i 0 OJ m ::0 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 CJ) m z =! Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill moms on hand for reception for new regional director Z were: Karen Keith, Kim Brown-Blount, Charlene Honeywell, Regional Director Joli Cooper, p! Lois Bowers, lsvalia Hood, and Constance Bowers-Cross. 1 Photos by Ishmon Johnson Photography. inistries, Inc. : :: : ; : ..:.; :.. : < : ;:; : :'' ...... : : : ; ' = :::. : :.::-r r m =! z "tt c: OJ c CJ) :I: m c m < m :::tl -< -i c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :::tl c

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0) 0 0 N c:i N a: w co 0 ..... u 0 > < c UJ w :::::> ..... c a: u.. c z c( nt BuHalo Soldiers Benefit Dance The Buffalo Soldiers held a benefit dance at the Letter Carriers' Hall. (Photos by Frederick Harris) Enjoying the evening's activities were: "Kayman," "Batman," "Journey," "Choker," "Laid Back," and "Capone." c UJ Heart and Soul riders had the most female riders: shown, "T-Walt Massie presents AI "Mo Money" Morrison with a trophy for being the oldest rider. Sandra Haynes, "Lil Dogg" and "Black Ivory" were in charge ofthefood. W Mama," "Short and Sweet," and "Scooter Mama." :::: t-w c w % U) :::i ID :::: 111. z _, _, :::: ID ...:. w z w U) c( c a: 0 _, u.. 0 .,.. w C!J Learn about the Energy Planner Our free Energy Planner'M Program can help you find the balance. Balancing the comforts of lif e wit h the need to save energy is easier with energy-efficiency programs like Tampa Electric's Energy Planner This program helps you conserve energy by setting your heating and cooling system, electric water heater and/or pool pump to correspond to Visit tampaelectric.com for. details.

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Local Schools To Begin Swine Flu vaccinations The Hillsborough County Health Department will begin administering H1N1 (swine flu) v ac c inations in select Hillsbo rough County Public Schools beginning Tuesday, October 20 The first students to receive v accin a tions will be those at tending exceptional education centers Beginning the week of October 26, elementary, middle, high charter adult virtu a l home schooled, homebound and adult students will begin receiving vaccines. Middle and high school will re ceive vaccinations at the schools they attend during the school day The others will be able to go to a high school between 3 :30 p m and 7 p.m. according to the schedule developed by the health department and school dis.trict. All minor and excep tional education students are required to have a signed con sent form in order to be vacci nated. Parents or legal guardians must accompany all elementary school students. The first vaccinations will be administered at Caminiti and Lavoy exceptional student edu cation (ESE) centers beginning at approximately 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, followed by Dover (Willis Peters) and Eisenhower ESE centers. Lopez ESE Center and D.W. Waters and Simmons career center students will receive vaccines on Wednesda y Oct. 21, and, if necessary Thursday Oct. 22. The week of October 26, teams of health department nurses will begin a dministering v accines at middle and high schools during the school day Schools scheduled for the week of October 26 inclu d e Freedom Newsome, Stein brenner, and East Bay high schools and Liberty Randall, Martinez and Eisenhower mid dle schools On Tuesday and Wednesday of that week elementary stu dents who have signed consent forms and are accompanied by a parent or guardian may re ceive flu vaccines between 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the following high schools: Leto Jefferson and Armwood, and Bowers Whitley Career Center. Students who fall into the other categories listed above may also go to these schools, or they can wait to go to a school that is more convenient for them at a later date The district website will be updated with current informa tion as it is developed. To fol low developments, visit www .sdhc.ki2.fl.us/flujschedule, which will be live on Mon day, October 19. The district is arranging tele vision news coverage with LNS. Media outlets not affiliated with LNS can call the commu nications office to make arrangements. Access to the ESE centers will be limited. Fair Housing Seminar Planned In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month in October, the City of Tampa Division of Com munity Affairs and the Greater Tampa Association of Realtors (GTAR) will host a fair housing seminar on Thursday, October 29, 2009. The seminar will be held at GTAR, 2918 West Kennedy Boulevard. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. The program is from 6:30 p .m. to 9 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Re freshments will be served. Government officials and other local service agencies will provide information about the available services and pro grams that are important to Tampa residents. Topics in clude housing rights, foreclo sure prevention, home ownership, financing, predatory lending credit repair and information regarding the 2010 Census The community will have an opportunity to gather infprma tion and ask questions. This seminar is organized in an ef fort to make city government and other public service agen cies more accessible to residents and the local Hispanic community. To pre-register in English or Spanish call Rebecca Lopez at (813) 879-7010, ext. 113, or via e-mail at HYPERLINK mailto:rebecca@gtar.net re becca@gtar.net. Or contact Rebecca Cortes, City of tampa, at (813) 274-5869 or e-mail at rebecca.cortes@tampagov.net. If you need special accommo dations for the seminar, please specify your request at the time of registration. SUPPORT FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Federation 01 Famili.es To Host 4th Annual Harvest Festival -1 c: m en c l< 0 0 -1 0 aJ m :::D The Federation of F a milies for Children s Mental Health Hillsborough County Chapter, will host its Fourth Annual Fall Grape Harvest Festival on Fri day, October 23rd from 7 p m until10 p.m. cerpts from his man y wonderful books and poems. football Coach Jim Leavitt. 1\l Past guests have included 9 community leaders such as the Honorable Betty Reed, State Representative for District 59 and those who care about child-It will be held at the Lion s Eye Institute, 1410 N. 21st St., Tampa, CX)Jor City). The theme this year is ''Youth Guiding the Way." The Fall Grape Harvest FestiL val is an annual wine party and silent auction Gala The Gala is held each year as part of the Federation of Families For Our Future fund This year the silent auction items will include an auto graphed stadium photo by Coach Bobby Bowden, an art piece by Charlie Ward, and photo piece by the Univerren and youth and pledge to support their healthcare needs will want to attend. The guests will enjoy food, brief presentations and othe r entertainment. Special guests include : James Tokley, Poet Laureate of Tampa. He will present ex. sity of South Florida s head Tickets can be purchased through the Federation office by calling 813-974-6571 or ffcmh@earthlink.net. .. It's time to save. It's time to switch to Regions. LifeGreen Checking and Savings help you save time, money, and for the future. These days, saving is on everybody's mind. 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en Sports 0 N a: UJ aJ 0 ..... (.) 0 c en UJ ::::> ..... c a: LL. c z < CJ) w ::;:) I-ii: w > w c w l: CJ) :J m ::;:) Q. z tu _. _. ::;:) m ...!1 w z j:: z W CJ) i3 il: 0 _. LL. Bucs lose To Carolina In The last Seconds RAHEEM MORRISON On Sunday, the Tamp a Bay Buccaneers g o t scoring from their off e nse defense, and special teams. They even showed a little grit after falling b ehind 21-7 to the C a r olin a Panthers. With the score tied at 21, the Bucs once again found a way to take v ictory and dwell in defeat when their suffered their 6th loss of the season, 28-21. The Panthers scored the winning touchdown by sus taining a long, ground game that ended with Jon a than Stewart and DeAngelo Williams both gainin g more than 100 rushing yards. This time, the Buccaneer defense was thrown under the bus when they gave up four scores, inc luding the game mnner. O n Fr i day t h e B u cs sent Gaines A d a m s t o the C hi cago Bea r s for a seco nd ro und pi c k a n d his re pl ace ment Stylz White, did play a n outstanding g a m e. But the e nd r esult was the same with the P anthe rs engin ee r ing an So-yard scoring dri ve tha t ended with Williams punc hing the b a ll in for the game winner The Panther collectiv el y rushed for 26 7 y a r ds, with Williams picking up 152 yards on 30 carries The Bucs w ill p ac k their bags for a trip to London to f a ce the N e w England Patriots, who a r e coming off a 59-0 be a ting of the T e nnes see Tita n s. In tha t g a me Tom Brady tossed 6 t o uchdowns Driver Sets All-Time Receptions Record DONALD DRIVER GREEN BAY, Wis. Donald Driver made his mark in franchise history, and rookie linebacker Clay Matthews III had a break out performance to help the defense post a shutout. Still, the Green Bay Packers know what w .orked in Sunday's 26-o victory over a Detroit Lions team playing its third-string quarterback won't necessarily ge t them where they want to be at the end of the season. It was the 596th career catch for Driver, passing Sterling Sharpe's mark. "It couldn't it in a better place at home in front of the fans I've played in front of for so many ye ars," Driver said, holding the record-set ting ball in the locker room. "It feels good. Now I just have to wait on Sterling to call me and congratulate me 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made C. Latex Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Bills' Edwards Leaves Game With Concussion E AST RUTH E RFORD NJ --Buff a l o Bills qu a rterback Trent Edwards wa s knocked o ut of th e t ea m s 16-13 overtim e win ove r the New York J e t s with a concus s ion followin g a sack e arl y in the second quarter Sund ay The Bill s announced that Edwards had suffered a blow to the h ea d a nd coac h Dick Jauron confirm e d it was concussion a ft e r the game. Russell leads Raiders To Stunning Upset JAMARCUS RUSSELL OAKLAND, CA --Louis Murphy sprinted upfield and laid out a defender with a punishing block. Not satisfied, he caught up to the play again and delivered a second block tha t allowed Zach Miller to cruise into the end zone on an 86-yard catchand-run For an offense criticized for lacking big pla y s intensity and leadership, a rookie receiver gave the Oakland Raiders a ll three in one play that answered the skeptics. Miller scored the only touchdown of the game, Justin Fargas helped con trol the clock by rushing for 87 physical yards and Oakland's defense harassed Donovan MeN abb all da y in a 13-9 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday "We w ent out and threw a fight on somebody and said, 'Enough Let's play'," coach Tom Cable said. That's all you can say There's no magic words or anything like that." It was a major turnaround from the last three weeks when the Raiders (2-4) lost by at least 20 points for the first time in franchise history, capped by a 44-7 loss to the Giants last week. uconn's Howard Killed In Stabbing STORRS Conn. --The ki ll e r of Unive r sity of Connecticut football player Jasper Howard i s on t h e loos e as police int erview v.'itnesses. UConn police M aj. R o n ald Blicher said Mon day m orn ing t h at no arrests have been made a nd a u t h o riti es h ave n o s u spects in th e s t a bb i n g early S unday m o rnin g Twent y yea rold Howard, o f Mia mi a nd a n othe r m a l e stud e nt w e r e s t a bb e d o ut s id e the UConn Student Uni o n, a ft e r a pulle d fire a l arm forced a n evacuation durin g a s chool-sponsor e d dance The other student, who h a s not be e n id e ntifi e d ; was treate d a t a lo c al hospita l an
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Sports Ex-NBA Star Accused Of Groping Woman DENNIS RODMAN MIAMI BEACH, FL -Former NBA star Dennis Rodman had another brush with Mi ami Beach after being accused of groping a female patron at a posh ni ghtclub Thursday morning. A polic e r eport indi c at e d Rodman was a cc used o f inappropriate l y t o u c hin g a w oman at Liv nightclub at the Fontainebl eau Hote l earl y Thursday at th e aft e r party for a fashion s how. The a lleged v i ctim told police s h e "pe rk ed up when sh e noticed Rodman at th e bar, then Rodman approached h er, whispered in h e r ear and touched h e r inappropriately. The woman said s h e immediately notified securi ty officers who called poli ce Rodman denies ther e was any inappropriate contact and was not arrested. Polic e are investigating the m atter by using club surveillance video. leBron Returns To Practice After 2 Davs LEBRON JAMES INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -LeBron James didn't get any sympathy from his team mates when he came back to work after spending two days sick in bed. They ran the other way. "You come back around and everyone is like, 'Ugh, you got the cooties'," James said Thursday. "They don't want to be around you." James and two Cleveland teammates have tested posi tive for Influenza A, and are being treated as if they have the H1N1 virus by the Cavaliers, who are being proactive in dealing with a flu bug that already has sickened six players. H tN 1, also known as swine flu, is a strain of Influenza A, and though the Cavaliers have not gotten back H1N1 test results on James, Darnell Jackson or Coby Karl, the team is treating all its players and the traveling party to Texas with medica tion to fight the virus. "I think I'm over it now," he said. Michael Jordan's Son, JeH, Reioins Illinois -Hoops Team JEFF JORDAN CHAMPAIGN, Ill. Junior reserve guard Jeff Jordan, son of Michael Jordan, will rejoin the Illinois team after leaving fol lowing last season to focus on school. "Jeff recently indicated his interest in coming back to the team," coach Bruce Weber said Friday night as the Illini officially opened practice. "After meeting with him and discussing the situation, we are pleased to give him this oppbrtunity." The 6-foot-t, 185-pound Jordan was given a scholar ship before the 2009 spring semester. In all, he appeared in 59 games, totaling 58 points, 42 assists and 24 rebounds. A defensive specialist, the oldest son of Michael Jordan averaged 8-4 minutes as a sophomore after playing 5.3 minutes per game as a true freshman. AbrahamKOs Tavlor In 12th To Open Super Six ARTHUR ABRAHAM Vs. JERMAINTAYLOR BERLIN --Arthur Abraham knocked out Jermain Taylor with six seconds l eft in the opening bout of the Super Six super middleweight tournament. Abraham (31-0, 25 KOs), the former middleweight standout moving up a divi sion for the first time, was set to win on points at 02 World Arena but flattened Taylor with a right to his chin at 2:54 of the 12th round Saturday's defeat was the fourth in the past five fights for Taylor (28-4-1). NJ Judge Won't TossJavson Williams Case JAYSON WILLIAMS SOMERVILLE, NJ --A New Jersey judge has reject ed attempts by attorneys for Jayson Williams to throw out the manslaughter case against the former NBA star. Williams was convicted in 2004 of covering up the shooting of a hired driver, but he faces a retrial in January on a reckless manslaughter count. State Superior Court Judge Edward Coleman ruled Friday that defense attorneys didn't prove that racial bias and prosecutorial misconduct tainted the trial. Members of the Hunterdon County prosecutor's office testified this month at a hearing prompted by the disclosure two years ago that a county investigator used a racial slur to describe Williams, who is black. BEAUTY UNLIMITED JESSYCA It's going to be a cold, cold winter, and you .can bet this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Jessyca, will be your best bet to stay warm. This young woman can spot a $3 bill from_ a mile away; so when you approach her, don't insult her intelligence. Jessyca is definitely going places in her life, and only her close friends will be there for the ride. Jessyca is never afraid to be the focus of everyone's attention, but at the same time, she knows when to take a step back and check out the scene. The man in Jessyca's life must be able to keep up, while at the same time giving her the respect she deserves. He must also know how to play that gentle hand when it's needed the most, and say the words to make everything right after a tough day. Congratulations to Jessyca as this week's Beauty Unlimited. -1 c m en 0 0 (') d m m ::IJ 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 (!) ., r-0 ::IJ en m z :::! z m r-1 ID c: r r-!!1 z "'tJ c: ID r-c;; :::t m c m < m ::JJ -< -4 c: m C/) c )> z c ., ::JJ c

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g Local Entertainment C\1 0 C\1 a: w [[) 0 .... u 0 c CJ) w ::::::1 .... c a: LL. c z <( w ::::::1 .... w > w c w ::c CJ) :J a:l ::::::1 Q. z ...J ...J ::::::1 a:l ...:. w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...J LL. Wanda's Birthdav Bash At Tampa Live Wanda's birthday bash was held at Tampa Live. T-here was plenty of food family, friends and more. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Howard Hewin In ConcenAt The Good luck Cate R&B Artist Howard Hewitt was in concert a few days ago at the Good Luck Cafe in Ybor City. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Guest Howard Hewitt with the show's promoter, Skyway Productions. Special 'K' was in the house for the Howard Hewitt concert. Cafe owners, Roosevelt and Tim and the bandleader, Gary Brown. Vincent Bamuel and Marilyn Washington were among the guests at the concert. Mr. Lynn and Velvet were captured in the audience. Tom 'Smiling' Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Kerrick Williams were at the concert. MotoWn Maurice was the emcee for the evening Bartender Bryan kept the customers happy.

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Entertainment Bevonce Delavs Malavsia Show Amid Muslim Criticism BEYONCE KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA --R&B star Beyonce Knowles has postponed a planned concert in Malaysia, the event's organizer said Monday, following accusations by Islamic conservatives that the show would be immoral. Knowles, known for her provocative clothes and choreography, had been scheduled to perform at a Kuala Lumpur stadium Oct. 25. The show "has been postponed to a future date to be announced shortly," Malaysian entertainment company Marctensia said in a statement. "The postponement is sole ly (the) decision of the artist and has nothing to do with other external reasons," the statement said. A Marctensia tive declined to say whether the decision was prompted by criticism from the PanMalaysian Islamic Party, the country's largest opposition group, which has called for the to be scrapped because it would promote "Western sexy performances." Flovd Mavweather Talks Feud With Rick Ross FLOYD MAYWEATHER Floyd "Money" Mayweather is not some one you want to trade bl<;>ws with -in the ring or over the radio. , .. ,,. ,. ''::;. t')!& a: has 40 Wins undEir his belt ; As a business mogul, Mayweather lives up to his nickname "Money .: Mayweather" -his last three title fights generated close to $3oo million in rev enue. And as an entertainer, Mayweather loves to floss. Boxing and hip-hop fans alike may remember that 50 Cent was a member of Mayweather's ringside entourage at his 2007 super welterweight fight. It was this friendship with so that launched Mayweather into an ongoing verbal sparring match with so's rival Rick Ross. When Rick Ross dropped the line, ''That Mayweather money look ing funny in the light" on the track "Mafia Music" in reference to the rumors that Mayweather allegedly owed the IRS over $6 mil lion, Mayweather understandably took offense. He hit':t:?:ael_o at Ross in views, criticizing Ross' prerap career as a corrections officer, saying, "If I need someorie arrested, I'll call him." "I just think that when you are on a certain level, you just let things go by," Mayweather said about the situation. (8l3)' 2 .. fJ.-l92l Bountv Killer Accused Of Pot Possession BOUNTY KILLER KINGSTON, JAMAICA -rapper Bounty Killer is in trouble with the police agah1. Authorities have charged him with marijuana possession after a traffic stop in New Kingston. The entertainer whose offstage name is Rodney Price already is being prosecuted on previous charges of illegal possession of a firearm and unlawful wounding and assault. Police said in a statement Sunday that Price was found with a small bag of marijuana on Thursday. The rapper is best known for the album "My Xperience" and his collaboration on the song "Hey Baby" with No Doubt. lil wavne Confirms HeAndNivea Are Expecting A Son LIL WAYNE And NIVEA Lil Wayne recently con firmed in an interview with the BBC's Tim Westwood that he and R&B singer Nivea are expecting a son: If all goes well, the baby will be Lil Wayne's third son to be born in just over a year. He and actress Lauren London welcomed a baby boy last month, and in October of last year, while accepting a 'BET Hip-Hop Award, Wayne announced to the crowd he was expecting his first son in a matter of days. :Wayne did not provide many:' 'details l;lbout' the'' impending bir);h. "Two girls pregnant at the same time?" Westwood said. "Congratulations." Wayne responded "Three," before clarifying his remark for Westwood, who thought the rapper meant he'd gotten three women pregnant at the same time. "I mean [I'll have] three sons," he explained. When Wayne was asked if Nivea was expecting, he responded, "Yessir." The casual announcement was similar to Wayne's con firmation of London's preg nancy, which he also revealed during a radio interview, with Los Angeles' Power 106. -t c m (/) Method Man Facing Four Years In Prison over Tax Evasion c 0 (') d m m ::c 1\) Method Man has been arrested and charged with tax evasion in New York. The Wu Tang Clan rapper, real name Clifford Smith, turned himself in to police on Monday (October 5), after an arrest warrant was issued due to him reportedly failing to pay almost $33,000 in personal income taxes. The rapper has been charged with a repeated failure to file personal income and earnings tax, along with a further charge of misdemeanour failure to pay tax. If found guilty of the offences, Method Man could face up to four years in prison. METHOD MAN A court date is yet to be set, but Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan said the rapper will not receive any special -treatment when his case is investigated. 1\) 0 0 <0 ., leona lewis In Horrible Shock' After Anack At Book Signing 6 ::c g tn m z -t z m British singer Leona Lewis is still shaken and distraught after a man attacked her during a book signing on Wednesday. LEONA L ew1s, 24, LEWIS was punched in the head while autographing copies of her recently released autobiography "Dreams" at a Waterstone's outlet, in London's Piccadilly neighborhood. The "Bleeding Love" singer was suddenly attacked by a man who had been waiting in line, but then unexpectedly struck her before being detained by Lewis' handlers and store security. Lewis fled the scene with r;-her hand covering her face m and was taken to a hospital as a precaution. She did not r need treatment .for her !!l injuries. . . z Peter ':Kowalczyk, 29, was "tJ charged with common assault i for allegedly attacking Lewis r and is being held under the (i) Mental Health Act at a psy-ffi chiatric hospital ; according to C BBC News. Lewis canceled a m promotional Visit to Germany on Thursday (October 16) in the wake of the attack. -t On Friday, England's Sun C reported that Kowalczyk m was a reject from the British C talent show "X Factor" -which Lewis won in 2006 -)>o and that he was jealous of the Z singer's success. Kowalczyk C ., is slated to appear in court on :!! the charges on October 26. c 3602 7th Avenue *Tampa, FL or 247-3719 Latex Flat White Painl. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint ......... $14.90 gal Roller Pan SeL ............ ........ .. $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! C) m ... en

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Q) Funeral I Memoriam 0 N a: w CD 0 1-(.) 0 MRS. IRENE CYNTHIA ANTHONY FLOYD Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Irene Cynthia Anthony Floy d who passed away Tuesday, October 13 2009, at home will be held Wednesday, October 21, 2009, at 11 a m at 34th Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Rev. Thomas Scott, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Sister Floyd was born Decem-ber 13, 1932, to the late Willie Anthony and Louise Johnson. < Sister Floyd loved talking on C the phone and attending a: church activities. LL She was preceded in death by: her husband, Herman Lincoln < Floyd; and sister, Margie C. Henry. < She leaves to cherish her C memories: her son, Herman f:3 Ivan Floyd; grandchildren, ::l Herman, Jr., Tyrell and .,_ Kovous; sister, Eloise Anthony Allen; brother, Jimmie AnW thony; aunt, Carrie B. Sterrex; > nephews, Ken Anthony W (Yolanda), Herbert Allen, Jr. C and Isaac Allen; great W nephews, Kenneth Anthony, II, Glenn Williams, II, Adrian :J Anthony (Erin), Eugene D Gainer (Jessica), Andre ::l Holmes, Jason Tucker, Gilbert a. Jones, Jr., IV Patterson, III, Z Andrew Allen and Anthony i= White; nieces, Irene Davis, Joyce Miller, Denise Williams, -' Debra Gainer, Michele Patter::l son and Sheila Allen; great nieces, Kennetha Carter, w Michelle Ohjiambo, Nicole z Lake (Shannon), Kenitra Ani= thony, Chante White, Tekarri Z Gainer,. Alexis Allen, Margie W Alaina Davis, Zakelia Battle, en Florence Harris and Winter Allen; cousins, Oliver Mayo, ii: Jr., Gloria Jean Sterrex, Cleo 0 Lowe, Virginia Anderson -I (John), Teresa Mayo, Robert LL Dudley, Sonya Dudley, Alicia Roane, Terry Roane, Jermaine Davis, Derek Sterrex, Tamela Lavone Anderson, Kathy Lowe, Gail Harrison and Karen Hart; godch:.ldren, Dot Gross, Altamaria Alexander, Gerald Alexander, Barbara Ghee, Shayla Williams and Nicholas Nickson; extended family, the Bokor family -Judy, Richard, Alexander, Winston and David; friends and neighbors, Lois Weems, Geraldine Davis, Gladys Whaley, Evelyn Laster, Helen Dorsey, Sarah Wright, Mildred Davis, Eura Lee Conley, Alice Brown, Mary Towler and Yvonne Roebuck and family. The family will receive friends at 34th Street Church of God from 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, October 20, 2009. CD The family and friends are .,... asked to meet at the church on W Wednesday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME c.; www.aikensfuneralhome.net Everett -Derr &Anderson MRS. SARAH ANN COCHRAN Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Sarah Ann Cochran of 3520 N. Potter St., who passed away Wednesday, October 14 2009, will be held Friday, October 23, 2009, at 1 p. m. from Peace Progressive M B. Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, Tampa, with the Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Cochran was the only child born to the late Lee and Annie Bell Cochran on December 4, 1959, in Eufaula, Alabama. She was a graduate of Robinson High School and succeeded in her career path as a Medical Assistant. Mrs. Cochran was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Annie and Waymond Vickers, and Luellen and Henry Cochran, all of Eufaula, Alabama; uncle, Raymond Vickers; auntie, Ruby J. Lawrence; and cousin, Linda Gant. She leaves to cherish loving memories with: a loving and devoted mother, Annie B. Cochran; her only child; Rolando Cameron Burnette; uncles, Dea. Roosevelt and Bertha Lawrence, Joe Lawrence and Preston Lawrence; aunts, Hassie M. Billings, Eufaula, Alabama, Mary. Ann Richardson, Eufaula, Alabama, Dorothy Grady, and Betty Williams (Robert), Eufaula, Alabama; a host of cousins, other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing for Mrs. Sarah Ann Cochran will be held on Thursday, October 22, 2009, from 6-7 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. The family will receive friends at 3520 N. Potter "St., from 7:30-8:30 p. tn. on Thursday also. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Friday, October 23, 2009, at 12:30 p.m. "EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" MRS. SHEILA JAMES A wake service and visitation for Mrs. Sheila James, who passed away peacefully on October 15, 2009, will be held Wednesday evening, October 21, 2009, at 5 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Mrs. James was born in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, W. I. fore moving to the United States, she was a for 17 years. After relocatmg to Tampa she became a licensed practical nurse (LPN). She leaves precious memories with: her loving and devoted husband, Mr. John James; a very caring daughter, Michelle James; 2 sons, Douoane and Bruce James; several siblings; Dolsie Hitchmen, Colleen McKnight, Alberta Reynolds, Beatrice Davis, Murdell Simmons, Beverly Thompson and Eraldo Mrs. Sheila James will be returned to her homeland following the tribute in her memory, and interred in the James family burial plot in Newall, Jamaica. Funeral services in Jamaica are being handled through Bent Funeral Home, Santa Cruz, (876) 966-3591. A HARMON BURIAL Letourfimtilvtnkecmeofyourfimtily. the k ay" fin e nnd qunlityservic.":E' .. Harmon Funeral Home John vV. Hannon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L F D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 Family Owned and uPemi>CI-1:13A'..' ,,, IKI has provided the highest slandard in funeral services lor over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodeo a. Nortl\om, Ownen 301 N llowardAvan .. T-.R.-Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (BfJ/ 251-4912 FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Sa lice'" J1D1 N. 29" Sl R.l:al (800) 605-3350. (813) MW5 www HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHARVETIE (Black Girl) BLACK 10/20/81 You are gone, but never ever forgotten. God only knows how much we miss you, and boy is Zazi looking so much like you. We see your spirit and smile shining through him. This year has been rough without you, but we know that it is well. Love always Zazi, mom, dad, Nita, Nicky, Niqua, your nieces, nephews, all your family near and far. DEATH NOTICES AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Irene Cynthia Anthony Floyd, Tampa. Mrs. Elizabeth Flutt, Tampa. Mrs. Erlene Pringle, Jamaica. Mrs. Rosa M. Riley, Tampa. EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME Mr. Solomon Louis Ketchup, 812 E. Palm Ave., Tampa. EVERETI-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Sarah Ann Cochran, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Elene B. Parks, 1992 W. Arch Street. Mrs. Judy Royal, Tampa. Mrs. Rhonda Strickland, Tampa. Mr. Paul J. Williams, Lakeland. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Joseph Honiidas, Tampa. Ms. Mary Luberd, Tampa. Mario Mendez, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME I: Avelynlillian B. Gaston-Rodriguez (Infant), Tampa. WOODY'S FUNERAL HOME Ms. Rebecca Brown of Tampa. Mother loses life After lipo, Police Investigate ROHIE ORUKATON WESTON, FL --Polic e are investigating what lead to the death of a mother of three who tragica lly lost h e r life aft e r a c o s m etic procedure. A devastated family has b ee n left to mourn a young mothe r who was left on life support for two weeks. Police have confirmed that Robie Orukaton, 37, died Friday after what far_nily attorneys called an unusual liposuction at Weston MedSpa. "We're pretty certain that the evidence is pointing to the fact that it was a full blown liposuction procedure, and the evidence also pointed to the fact that there was an excessive amount oflidocaine used during the surgery," said attorney Anthony Russo. Orukaton's family and lawyers are waiting pending tox icology reports to tell them if the, mother of three died of an accidental overdose or an allergic reaction to a medication given during the two-hour procedure. Russo claims Weston MedSpa. was not licensed to perform the medical procedure and m.: equipped for the medical emergency, which ensued when Orukaton started seizing in a recovery room on Sept. 25 Nightclub Fight Spills Outside; 2 Killed JACKSONVILLE---Two 24-year-olds were killed in a fight that spilled out of a Jacksonvillearea nightclub. ciay County Sheriffs investigators wouldn't cite a cause of death for David Wiley Smith and Kevin Lee Martin. However investigators said the two participated in a larger fight in volving several people, and they did not kill each other. The two groups were kicked out of a club 20 miles south of Jacksonville early Sunday morning and continued fighting in the parking lot, deputies said. The victims were pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators were still questioning witnesses, and no arrests were immediately reported.

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Crime Man Alreadv Serving Time Charged With Second-Degree Murder CARSON DAVIS On August 28, 2008, the body of Debra Wagner, 47, was found by Tampa Police in a vacant field at 2nd Avenue and 24th Street. Police had been searching the area for a missing person when they found Wagner's body. The Medical Examiner later determined Wagner had been murdered, and an inves tigation was initiated, focus ing on her life-in boyfriend, Carson Davis, 49 According to an arrest affi davit, on July 26, 2008, witnesses reported hearing Wagner and Davis involved in a domestic dispute and later saw him choking her. Later the witnesses said there 'was silence and then Wagner's door opened and one set of footsteps were DEBRA WAGNER heard leaving the apartment. Neighbors went to the apartment to check on Wagner and discovered it had been secured with a pad lock. Neighbors hadn't seen or heard from Wagner since the incident. On August 28, 2008, Davis was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and sentenced to more than 4 years in prison for an altercation he got into with a man later that evening. On June 2, 2009, Davis was formerly charged with the second-degree murder in the death of Wagner, and was returned to Hillsborough County last Wednesday to stand trial on that charge Police ldentitv Alleged 'Cat Burglars' JAMESMAYMI ... in custody Through a lead, Tampa Police detectives have identi fied all three suspects in the residential burglary that occurred in New Tampa at 3 a.m. on October 1st. James Maymi, 29, has been charged with commit ting the burglary as well as 9 counts of attempted burglary, grand theft and grand theft auto. Yesenia Sanchez, 22, and Luis Rivera, 19, were both charged with 6 counts of criminal use of personal iden tification information. Maymi and Sanchez are in custody and a warrant has YESENIA SANCHEZ ... in custody LUIS RIVERA ... being sought by authorities. been issued for the arrest of Rivera. I Man Faces Sexual Banerv, Kidnapping Charges CORNELIUS REAVES According to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Offic e, on October 14th, a 20-year-old female and her 2-year-old daughter were inside their residence when Cornelius Reaves, 24, reportedly forced his way inside Deputies said Reaves allegedly sexually assaulted the woman and fled with his biological 2-year-old daugh ter. Detectives began searching immediately for the child and found her unharmed with an acquaintance of Reaves. The child was later returned to her mother and warrants were issued for Reaves. On October 15th, Reaves was found hiding inside an apartment on Woodsping Lane in Hillsborough County. Th e apartment was surrounded and SWAT called to the scene. Attempts were made to contact Reaves and after he refused to leave the apartment, SWAT entered and took Reaves into custody. After his arrest, investigators identified Reaves as a member of the local gang, HotBoyz. Reaves is being held without bond on charges of sexual battery, kidnapping, burglary with battery and aggravated assault UNCLE SANDY ... 20; 22, 31. "A wise man will not but the bridge that brought him across. But, a foolish man will not recognize its value. 1, 4, 5." 11' Sentinel Bulletin Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers -f c m en c Purse Thieves Sought 0 (") Hill sboro u g h County Sheriffs detectives a r e asking for h e lp in id entify in g two p e op l e w h o u sed c r edit ca rd s f r o m purses s t o l e n from two teach e r s at Fo lsom E l e m en tmy School. The thefts occurre d o n Sept e mb e r 21st at th e sc h oo l o n Harney R oad, b e tw ee n 11 a.m. and 12:3 0 p m. Two t eachers who share a classroom on the second floor reported that they put their purses in a lock ed file cabinet before going to lunch with the students. When they returned to the class, they noticed he file cabinet h ad been pried open and their purses were gone. The teachers' credit card were used at a Citgo gas station in Tampa, a Shell gas station in Polk County, a liquor store in Lakeland, a food mart in Auburndale, and a Publix in Winter Haven. A surveillance camera tured this man and woman, both suspected of stealing two purses from a crassroom. More th a t $500 was charged on the cards. The suspects h ave been identified as a Black female and a Black male. Both were captured on surveillance cameras at the school. Anyone with information is asked to call their local law enforcement agency or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS. d CJ m ::0 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 <0 suspect Arre,ted In sexual Banerv 01 15-Year-Oid "T1 r-0 JJ en m z ::! z m MANATEE CUNY -On Sunday, a Bradenton man was arrested and charged for the sexual battery of a 15year-old girl. According to Manatee County deputies, Gregory Milton-Laverne Johnson, 32, entered a residence through a window and was sexually battering the girl when adults in the home heard the commotion. The adults went into the victim's room and confronted Johnson, who allegedly started putting on his pants quickly. An adult male began fighting Johnson, but Johnson was able to break free and leave the home. He r:-111 c:: r rm ::! z was found later "0 at a house on GREGORY C:: 23rd Avenue in JOHNSON Bradenton. (i) Investigators reported that ::I: the victim knew Johnson m and he had been in he area Saturday causing a distur-< bance. m Johnson was also charged with burglary and assault/ -f battery in the incident. ffi en c WARREN DAWSON )> z c "T1 JJ c 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & scan St. mg of a !n)er s l1 c;m 01 :ha: 10: be bJsed so:; 1 "por J:hei >Mem. 8::fore ;ou :le::ce us :o you FREE .-.1.:tcn 0" Jto.: quo CJtons J"-d e1pcr cnce1

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