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Celebratin 65 Year In The Tanzpa Bay Area SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 FBI JUNIOR SPECIAL AGENT ACADEMY GRADUATION HELD Recently eighteen students from Greco and Van Buren Middle Schools graduated from the Second Annual FBI Junior Special Agent Academy after completing a six-week training program. The graduation ceremony was held at the Federal Bureau of Investigation Tampa Field Office 5525 W. Gray Street. Steven E. lvison, Special Agent In Charge conducted the swearing-in ceremony and presented each graduate with his or her awards and certificates. These are graduates of the Second Annual FBI Special Junior Academy. Front row, Elvin Ruiz, Isaac Childs, Dunkin Medina, and Micheal Mathis. On the second row are Reginald Harper and Timothy Noble. Kickball Game Draws Huge Crowd SEE PAGE 7 Man Arrested For AHacking Stepson SEE PAGE 16 Mom Facing Cancer Crisis Needs Help SEE PAGE 3 Police Identity Body In Dumpster ii5 SEE PAGE 3


0 c; FeabJres Nl----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(") ..... ..J a: Cl. suspect In Murder Of Middleton Student Released 0 CJ) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Veteran' Day 2009, 1-the mother of an 18-year-old high s choo l s tudent learned that her son had been murdered. Within weeks of th e crime, Tampa Poli ce d e t ectives arres t ed ajuv nil e. R e lease U pset s Mom 1tast week, M r s Darv i Pace, the mother of Middleton High School senior, Gregory All e n Jr., 18, said she was informed that Alexandra Garibaldi was going to be re l eased. GREGORY ALLEN, JR. .. Murde r e d on V eteran's Day 2009 Park w hen he allegedl y became engaged i n an argu ment ove r the theft of a b icy cle. A l a rge crowd was r eporte dl y i n the park w h e n th e argument took p l ace il A\-EXANDRO GARIBALDI .. (Jc harged with second J a: w > w c w J: CJ) :J m :::J Q. z i= w ..J ..J :::J m ..:. w z i= z w Cl) a: 0 ..J u. I have no words t o exp r ess h ow I fee l rig h t n ow. I'm u pse t a nd I d o n t think it i s ri ght. My son go t kill e d and thi s littl e boy i s g oi n g to b e a bl e to g o o n wi th his life. It's jus t not ri ght,"s h e said Du ri n g the initi a l in ves ti g ation, p olice said Allen was with fdends at D esoto said. On e of the s u s p ects s h o t Allen twic e in the c h es t and they both fle d the scene on foot. Whe n p olice arrive d Allen w a s found on the ground critically wounded, Sol Davis an heiR make ordering y.our: PaGkages inGiude: Invitations

..... c Police ldentitv Bodv Found In Dumpster Tampa police have ide ntifie d the body of a man found in the dumpster. His body was found b e hind a clo se d bu si n ess. According to police, th e bod y of James Leblanc Toney, 56, was discove r ed in th e dumR s t e r a t 1947 W. M a in Stree t la s t Tu esday nig ht. Th ere were no o bvi o u s s i gns of tra uma, but police have pot a cause of d ea th. A pa sse rb y observed his f ee t stic king out of th e dumps t e r w hi c h i s l ocated b e hind th e JAMES LEBLANC TONEY old Station Bar bu ilding, a nd called polic e The inv estiga t i on i s contin uing. Assistance Program Funds Available Hillsborough County Boa rd of County Commissioners an nounc e d the availability of th e Emergency Home Energy Assis tanc e Program (EHEAP) and th e Low-Incom e Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Funds beginning April1, 2010 through March 31, 2011. The EHEAP Program is de s igned to assist low -income Hills borough County residents who are 60 years of age or older with an income that is at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty guidelines and have received a past due or final notice for their home energy bill. The LIHEAP Program is designed to assist low-income Hills borough County residents with incomes below 150 percent of the federal poverty level, especially those with the lowest incomes that pay a high portion of household income for home energy, in meeting their immediate home energy bills To apply call or visit one of the following Neighborhood Service Centers: Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, (813) 272-5220; Plant City Neighborhood Service Center (813) 7573871; SouthShore Community Resource Center, (813) 671-7647; University Community Resource Center, (813) 975-2153; or West Tampa Neighborhood Service Center, (813) 272-5074. For more information about the EHEAP and LIHEAP Assis tance Program, contact the Community Action Program at (813) 272-6770. Mom Facing Cancer Crisis Needs Help 0 l> "'0 ::0 r ..... w BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff\Vriter Mrs. ilchri t s 1 i 1 "-> 0 th o u gh her medica l insur -" Prior t o Dec ember 1 6, 2009, Dorothy Gilchri t's m os t glaring health problem was h e r diab e t e H owever, a trip t o th e doctor f o r a s ur g i cal proced ur e r eveale d so m e thin g s h e wasn t prepared for. ance em rs h r 0 c h m o th erapy Ire 1 t m ents. i t doesn' t cover th e thcr tr n t m e n ls a nd th ri in g os t of "The doct o r t old m e I was the third s t age of ova rhM ca n cer. Th a t was n ot soffie thing I wa s pr e par e d t o he'ar. Marri e d and with three so n s Mrs. Gilchrist, so, sa id s h e s p r aying the trea t m e nt s "'rill mak e the tumor disapp ear. Cancer i s n t n ew to h e r family as h e r moth e r was diag no se d with breast cancer yea rs ago. Both of m y grandmothers also suffered from brea s t can-DOROTHY GILCHRIST ce r 'Whe n you ge t th e n ews you h ave cancer it ca n b e quit e d evas t a ting. I d ea l wit h it da y b y day. 1 r ea d m y Bibl e a l o t a nd jus t s t ay busy t o k ee p m y mind off it. I go thro u g h p eri od of d epress ion but I'm also blesse d to hav e a famil y tha t supports m e as I go through th e trea tm ents h r m ed i nti n "'I've tri ed conta tin g s m agen i s f o r a s i tan hvt th y've t o ld m th y n t h e lp m e M y hu band 09 I are tt-yin g to se t up a fund t o r i v P I }I a nd that h a n tl) n a Mrs. Gilchri tis soli itin g th e a id of a nyon wh h e lp M a n y m ay r e m e mb r Mrs Gilchrist a th e woma n who cooked for patrons of th Doubl e D ec ker Loun ge in 1998 Man y of th e p a tron calle d h r ith r "Ma, r "Auntie.' Mrs. Gilchrist gr w up in th e Carver City. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10 For Loss And Medical. Care ... IRllPro/tJssionaJ SIJntictJ! Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to. the end Attorneys_ -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair-Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A 'TI r-0 ::0 c l> en m z m r I OJ c r r-z "tJ c OJ c en :::z:: m 0 m < m ::::c -< ..... c: m en c l> z c 'TI ::::c 0


0 editorials/Columns C") T'"" ...J CI: a.. c (/) w :J ..... c a: u. c z c C/) w :J .... > a: w > w c w ::I: C/) :::::i m :J a.. z t= w ...J ...J :J m I ...J w z t= z w (/) c a: 0 ...J u. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 2022207 21s A venue Tampa F lorida 33605 { 813 ) 248-192 Pub ltshed Every Tuesday and Fnday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co M ember of NatJonal N e w spaper Publi shers Associa t ion ( NNPA ) POSTMASTER : S end Add ress Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 P er i odical P os t age Paid At T am pa, FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W W Andrews 1874-1931 ( 1919) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193Q-201 0 ( 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 Sub s cr i ptio n s $ 44 .D0-6 Month s B oth Edi t io'* $8 7 00-Pe r Y eal!3oth Edition s Op inio n s expressed page s of this rew_:;p aper by Co l um n is t s or Gues t Writ er s do not ne:!'ssarily editoria l st ance of The Florida Sentinel Bulleti n or l he -optional Cost Big B ucks When Hillsborough County School officials decided to make Good Friday a day like any other Friday, at least 77,000 students stayed home. No less than 186 bus drivers called in sick, and a cashstrapped school system ended up paying more than $68,ooo to hire 915 substitute teachers to teach classes, which few students attended. And here's how the whole thing started. Two years ago, a little Muslim girl requested the Hillsborough County Public School System give she and her siblings time off for two of her most important holidays Words like "fairness" and "liability" were thrown around like playing cards. But in the end, the Board voted, not only would there be no Muslim holidays on the school calendar, but there would be no religious holidays, AT ALL, on the school calendar! In the meantime, schools are bleeding money, and our community is asking why are we paying the cost, with no options? Without WTMP;J B illie Holiday sang, "Mama may have! Papa may have! But God bless the child who's got his own!" And people turned on Tampa's only Black-owned radio station, WTMP, and sang along with Billie Holiday. That was then. This is now! Perhaps, you haven't heard. Black-owned radio stations are dropping like flies, across America. Tampa's beloved WTMP-AM was lost a few years ago, but now the format is being altered. little things are happening, which let listeners know that the radio station's time, on this earth, is not long. The new owners relocated to a two-story stucco building on Howard Avenue and schedule changes have rocked the usual quiet of that statio1;1's demeanor. Mainstay programs like Jetie B. Wilds' "Citizen's Report" have been shuftled around like playing cards, to the annoyance and protest of listeners and civic groups. But such protests have not stopped the downward slide of Black radio. Providing countless forums for the Black Experience, Black radio has been a tireless workhorse, through the years. However, since 1995, the number of Black owned radio stations dropped from 274 to less than 1.98 in 2009, nearly a 30 percent loss due to economic {and possibly political) hardships. Meanwhile, non-Black corporations behind the scenes are cannibalizing and changing Black radio w into something unrecognizable and unacceptable. We e, must not let the voices of the Black community be silenced. To Veto Or Not To Veto T h e Flo rid a R e publi ca n controlle d l eg islatur e h as call e d Governor Charlie Crist's numbe r in a game of po l itical football. The l egis l ature has thrown Governor Crist a hi g hl y charge d and controversia l pass with the Senate and House passed Educational Bill. ftis the bill that gets rid of t e acher s tenure and ties their pay to stude nt s educa tional progress. On surface lik e a go<;>d bill. a n over fhe State "" a r e fired up about it a nd downright a n gry over it. Th e R e publi can controlle d l eg i slature ignor d t ea ch e rs pl eas a nd d mands not to enact such l egis l ation and passed it over mas t e ach r objections. Governor Crist has indi cated that he may veto the bill but right now h e isn t sure what he will do He said h e is going to take his time and consider all the ang l es before picking up hi s pen One thing the governor know is that he ca n t justlfiit idl y by and pby fiddle w hil e Rome words, Ire just bill become l aw w hil e h e does nothing. Historv 01 Black Farmers In America: 1920 To The Present T he reasons Black farm ownership dropped from one million farms and 15 million acres of farmland in 1920 to 18,ooo farms and less than three million acres of farmland today are many. Indeed, significant losses were due to discriminatory policies, and programs and actions by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and its forerunners. Over time, historians also blam e resentment from Southern whites who targeted Black farmers with vio len ce during Reconstruction the birth of the Ku Klux Klan the failure of half of all Black banks and rapid industrial ization in the North. Between 1914 and 1930 over one million Blacks left the South in what was called "The Great Migration. When boll weevil infestation caused cotton prices to fall, a high Black farm loan default rate crippled 30 of the 55 independent Black-owned banks, which shut down and caused other Black farmers to lose their life savings. The Federal Farm Loan Act of 1916 the Roo sevelt Agri cultural Adjustment Admin istration (AAA) and the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) of the 1930's provided subsidies and preferential treatment to white farmers at the expense of Black farmers, tenants and sharecroppers. In 1934, the FERA gave all the relief money to white farmers When 30,000 Black and white tenant farmers and sharecroppers joine d forces to fight the unfair practices of AAA and FERA, and formed the Southern Tenant ers Union sources state, "Southern landowners and politicians -targeted the group with violence and divi sive tactics that stirred up old racial prejudices among members" During the Second Migra tion between 1940 and 1970, 6.5 million Blacks left the South even though loans from the Farm Security Administration (FSA) allowed thousands of Blacks to pur-thl' same t o k en, Governor rist kth)\\.' th lt whIt ever he dot'S will tftt t his r u n for tlw n i t d S t n tl'S tnlt.'. I f h s i n th hill int o l a w h e l ose th t "adl ers' v o t If h e t oes th e bill h will nng r th R publi ca n Leg i s lators Th e n aga in, if h si g n s th e bill what t a r s a re g oin g to w a nt to t a h in l ow p r forming s hools sp inlly with the job c uri ty of tenure gon ? Th n what : h cappens to teachers w h o havrt}} n o d teach e r for 30 1b'ear but have now b h s l ow d b y age? 11ies tea h r no l o n ger as good as t h ey on w e r e becaus of th ir ag T h es e t e ach rs ar n ot r ad y to retire or be put out to pa s ture. What ooppens t h m Gov. Crist? : R e ptfb1icans in tli L egis a -.. ture hav e thrown y ou a no win political football. chas e sm all farm s from 193 7 to 1942 Blacks continu e d to lo se farm land becaus e of ta x h e ir and property law s. Furthermore, the use of synthetic fibers as a s ub stitute for cotton, the invention of the cotton planting and picking machines, higher wages, voting rights and int e gration all lured Blacks to t h e North From 1942 through the l ate 2ooo's, several studi es show the USDA actively work ed against the eco nomic inter ests of Black farmers" by denying them soil, water con servation, ownership and op erating loans di saster relief, credit and other aid. The department even penalized farmers who "assisted Civil Rights activists, joined the NAACP, r egistered to vote, or simpl y signed petitions. In the 1970s, droughts and other natural disasters, soar ing oil and fertilizer price s and a grain embargo all contributed to the further decline of Black farmers. Black farmers rejoiced in 1999 when they settled a $3.5 billion lawsuit against the USDA, and again this pas_ t February when the Obama Administration allocated an additional $1.5 billion to compensate Black farmers for raGial discrimination by the USDA Justice delayed finally arrived for Black farmers. Harambee!


HOROSCOPES Today s Birthday --Fin a n c ial ma tt e r s co ntinu e t o c h alle n ge yo ur c r e at ivity t his year. Y o ur s ucce g r ows o ut of an inc r e as e d c a p ac ity t o u se bot h s id es o f you r bra in whe n m aki n g d e c i i o n a n d pla n s I n additio n a rtistic t a l e nt p ro vid e a n in co m e s tr e a m t o s upple m e nt o th e r r eso u r ces Aries (March 21-April 19) -If you ca n t ak e th e da y off w i th your s ignifi ca nt o th e r y ou 'll disc ove r r o m a n ce a t you r fin ge rtips. If you ca n t pla n a n e v enin g that s t arts as e arly as pos s i ble. Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Tak e e xt r a ca r e w h e n w o rkin g on c r eative pr ojects, esp e cial l y w h e n u si n g s h a rp i nstru ments Mak e r efin e m e n ts in s m a ll in c r e m e nt s, a n d eva lu a t e a s yo u go Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Every tim e yo u m e e t a d ea dline, y ou turn an o b stacle into opp o rtuni ty D eliverin g ah ea d o f tim e elim i n a t es pr e s s ur e f o r ev e ryo n e a n d frees yo u f o r th e n ext grea t id ea Cancer (June 22-JuJy 22)-Y o u find yourse lf in the s potli ght J with_out ,P,t# rt o ( your costum e Oop s Gr a b an as so ciat e or two and a$1{ tHe'trl''t'o n6w! The y 'll jump to h e lp. Leo' (lJuly 23-Aug. 22)-You may be tempted to tiptoe around a problem tdda y A better s trategy would be to face obstacle s head on whHe pulling strings in the background. 23-Sept. 22) -Be aware of your partner' s unusual n ee d s Th e challenge is to meet d emands e v en when n e ither of you enjoy s the proce ss. Add empathy and then just take care of it Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) A solid s trategy for work would be to chall e nge all participants Inspire enthusias m b y focusing on pra ctical outcomes that everyone can appreciate. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Spread your charm as far as you like. There s plenty to go around. Meanwhile, keep your opinion s to yourself. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You' ll get more done today if you work around e v eryone else The y have their own challenges, unrelated to yours. Leave them to their own devices. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Eve rything will work out the wa y you want if you p ay atte ntion to your p a rtn e r s r e qu ests If you don t y ou 'll f a ce major obstacl es. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb.18)-You s urpris e even yourself with your ca r eful manag e m e nt. You re c ognize the challeng e in s tretching d olla r s to cover it all. R e w a rd yourself, too. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-What a differenc e it makes to b e a war e of your p a rtn e r s foible s and vic e ve r s a Both of you f ee l a bit c ompul s i ve today. Cr ea tive t eas in g is in ord er. SOAPS OPERA SPOILJRS ALL MY CHILDREN Will Kendall conf es s all to Greenlee? ; JR' s disgusted b y his own actions ; Brooke vows to stand b y Ada m. Kendall's shocked by Greenlee s accu s ation ; Zach opens up to G.reenlee; JR' s consumed with guilt over what he did. Kendall faces a tough decision; JR continue s to plot against Annie; Zach turns the tables on Greenlee. AS THE WORLD TURNS Dusty investigates his attack; Gabriel continues to press Craig's buttons. Dusty and Rocco have an altercation; Gabriel tries to impress Liberty Katie throws an engagement party for Henry and Vienna; much to Emily's Meg and Paul bond With their daughter. BOLD AND THE BEAUITFUL Stephen and Beth return to town with heartbreaking news for their family ; Bridget learns the results of her pregnancy test; Bridget wants to tell Nick the truth about her on e -night stand, but Owen tries to convince her not to Beth tries t o throw Stephanie out of the guesthouse ; Owen has a dif ficult time containing his guilt in front of Jackie ; Bridget's attempt a t a confession is thwarted; Owen makes an offer to take paternity test.Stephanie asks Eric if Beth and Stephen couid stay elsewhere ; Donna tries to conve y the seriousness of Beth' s condition to Stephani e; Stephanie vo ws to get the Logans out of Eric s life f or e ver. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Ni cole urge s Ch l o e to fight for h e r man; B ra d y thinks Sami is m akin g a big mi s t ake b y trusting EJ; Hop e unl eas h es h e r anger about Bo onto Carly; Sami w alks in on EJ and Stefano s meeting; Adrienne wants to se ll the b a r but J ustin senses s h e s u nsure. P hili p overhears Me l anie and Stephanie talking about the letter; S tefano insists that his grandchi ldren b e b ac k in his life ; Nathan assur es Carly h e has moved o n from Melanie ; Daniel forces Chloe to admit her issues with Carly. Arianna b e l ieves that refocusing R afe will get him b ack with Sami; P hilip wonders if Melanie wil l be true to him; EJ works har.d t o at convincing Sami to let him bring the kids to Stefano s ; Stephanie and Nathan get rea d y for a date. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Dante goes t o bat for Morgan; Ale xi s may confess all to Mac ; Claire seeks out Sonn y Jason' s willing to sacrifi ce himself for Sonn y ; Carl y fears the worst; Sonn y may take Claire s deal. Carl y balks a t Jason' s plan; Nikolas g ets through to Kris tina; E liz abeth finds Luc ky with M axi e ONE LIFE T O LIFE-R ose s custod y is in doubt; Bo and Nora have a heartto -heart talk that may in v ol ve enga gement; Starr shares Langston s secret with Cole. T odd' s still hung u p on Tea; R ex turns to Allison for answers; Langston lies to Starr. John and Kell y start their investigation ; Natalie couldn t b e w orse than when she makes a confession a bout her feelings for John; Jessica s not giving up on Cristian. THE YOUNG AND THE R.ESTLFSS N ot a v ailable. Please see Frida y' s edition fo r updates. .( t, r 1 '' \ p I Jennitta Lakes and Josie Wilson were at the Chattie Martin OED Affair. Martha Mackey and Bob Phills were at the V.I. P. Social Club Dance. At Forest Heights Community Center Addition Dedication wer e Jonatha McKinley, Loretha Gilley and Prince Burden. l> "'0 :0 r ..... (..) 1\) 0 ..... 0 r-0 :0 en m z -i z m r m c r r z "'0 c m r u; J: m c m < m -i c m en c )> z c :::D c C> m (11


All About You! Local ("') I Happy Binhday a: a.. Q CJ) w :::::> .,_ Q a: u. Q z c CJ) w > a: w > w c w J: CJ) ::::i m a.. z t= w ...I ...I m ..:, w z t= z w CJ) c a: 0 ...I U., f. SAADIG MINOR I will b e 33 years old. I wish to make my birthday a special day. We will cel ebrate with family and friends. God bless you with many more. We love you. Your family and friends. Happy birthday, we love you and miss you very much. Joseph, Angela, Cierra and Dontae. BRANDON STACY United As One DARRYL And VERONICA LEE VERONICA And Daughter, MS. BEAR Mr. Darryl Lee and Mrs. VeroDica Lee were united in marriage as one on April 7, 2010. I you. 0\:perience A Lower Cq_sLOn Brand Nc1me And Hand Designeil'Products" Name and Non Brand Name Sneakers Home Decor Kitchen Aid Candles rn,noll:llr Shirt And Tops & More. Come Join Us As We .....,,_..,__,., Celebrate Our Opening Day To Wm Gifts And Aprill i, 2010 At 10 A.M. Happy Binhday To Pon Tampa' s Trill est And You Know It Regardless of the many miles between us, know that you're loved this day and always. It 's us against the world, no turn ing back only turning heads. Remember, only the strong survive. Bae, we've been through so much together and apart and still we manage to get past it all. Wishing the two men in my life (Laylo and Lil Lay) a happy and blessed birthday. Love always, Mrs. Laylo and Dajuan. Militar,y News Graduates From Training Class Army Pfc. Ramon A. Muniz-Carrasco recently graduated from the Petroleum Supply Specialist Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, VA. He is a 2003 graduate of Leto High School. Muniz-Carrasco is the son of Ramon A. and Armida Muniz. His wife, Jillian, is the daughter of Kimberly Jorden. Returns From Afghanistan Army 1st Lt. Javita S. Facion recently returned to Fort Richardson, Anchorage, Alaska after completing a one-year de ployment to Afghanistan. She is a member of the 4th Air borne Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Divi sion stationed at Fort Richard son. Facion, an executive officer, is assigned to the 725th Brigade Support Battalion. She has 13 years of military service. The lieutenant graduated in 1992 from Leto High School, and earned a bachelor's degree in 2006 from Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, N.J. She is the daughter of John W. Kirby, of Lake Wales and Andretta Gor:. don, of Tampa While deployed in Afghanistan, she was decorated with the Bronze Star Medal, the Combat Action Badge, and promoted to second lieutenant. Classmates Introduce Clothing line BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Kimberly and. Karima, also known as the Ladiez Of L.O.V.E. (Loving, Optimistic, Virtuous Enlightenment)," have introduced their own clothing line, "Empressionz." Kim and Karima, best friends since 10th grade, are former classmates and part of the 2000 graduating class from Wharton High School. The young ladies just fin ished putting on their first fashion show and official launching of their fashion line. The goal of Kim and Karima is to bring people together and show them what love and unity can do. "These are tough times and people need to just keep the faith," said Kim. "We started out as a commu nity support group. Our cloth-Karima (left) and Kim as classmates at Wharton High School. ing line is all crochet, and that's what makes our produ t so exclusive. It mak s it I much more per onabl Kim and Karima aid th e fashion show wa a way oflur ing people in for a positiv cause and that cause is unity. "We all can benefit if w come together," said Karima. "We've chosen Ethiopian cu l ture as our tlieme because of its history and what it means to all of us. "We started learning the skill of crocheting a year ago. Later, we wanted to know how we could use this skill to put our message out there." Kim and Karima said they hope to grow and hit the road in the future to pass on this skill to other young women. "This journey started from faith, and that's what will keep us going," said Karima. DEADLINE May 14 2010 CONTACT TIIIJIII .Ho1eiaa AadioiilyMJia Oflke Staci Plrbr, Mllbciog C'mwnicmons Officer West MUI SUcct Tanpa, FL 33607 813-2S3-0S51 Ext 196 Online Applicaboo wwwJhaJl.(:omldcpes.JJir


en Kickball Game Draws Huge Crowd; Residents Speak )> ""D JJ BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer This Sunday at th e Al B arnes Park a nd Playgro und on 21 .. Avenue, an o r ganized kickball game was h eld. Th e particip a nts in th e game gathe red f o r a da y o f fun and c ompetition, but th e patron s had o th e r ideas. A crowd in excess of goo w as a t th e park f o r th e game and Tampa P olice h ad to arres t thr ee people w h o w e r e involved in a fight during th e game. Accordinjl to police, the y rec e i ved a call at 5:30 p.m. -and when they arrived at the park, they reported about 300 people at the park, nc altercation taking place, and the crowd was compliant. How eve r at 6:30 p.m. police r eceived another call abo ut a fight at th e park and that th e parti c ipants were a rm ed. Whe n polic e r e turn ed to th e p ark, they re port e d th a t th e crowd had sw ollen to goo people. Avassar Jenkins, 25 Sydney Turner-Ferguson, 23, and Tony Henry, 18, were charged with fighting All were released after posting a $500 bond on the c harges Mrs. Lula Bell Tucker ha s liv e d across the s treet from the park for 45 years and said she had no idea they were going to start having the game at the park again. When they had the games at the park before the crowds were always a prob lem and the parking and trash were also problems. This past weekend, the police were there in huge numbers because the crowd was so big. Once the noise starts I usually go to A VASSAR JENKINS SYDNEY TURNERFERGUSON TONY HENRY the back of m y hou se. I don t call police I just let them have th e ir fun I under s tand young people ne e d a plac e to go to enjoy th e m se l ves, but the crowds get so big." Mrs. Flerida Miller h as liv ed ac ro ss from th e park for 30 years and said she doesn t mind the young peopl e enjoying themselves I think the whole thing needs to be better organized The police should be at the park prior to the games starting and maybe the y could better control the size of the crowd. M y main complaint is the music from the cars is so loud it rattl es the windows in my home Also the traffic is a prob lem because they park anywhere and everywhere. When a fight breaks out, people start running everywhere, includ ing onto my property. Public urination is also a problem. James Copeland has lived across from the park for 26 years, and also said the parking is a problem. "The patrons disrespect your property and they want to get confrontational when you say something to them. I h ave a circul ar driv e way in front of my home and they u se it as a turn-around." I Copeland said from what h e's see n the peopl a e n t co ming to watch th e game "Whe n look out across th e street at the park the people aren t paying any at t e ntion to the game. The y' re just hanging out and the music coming from their cars is so loud. The trash is a probl e m We go out and pick up trash on our property after they l eave." Copeland said sometimes th e pa trons don t want to leav e after th e event is over. "T he y want to just hang out, and th e police really have a rough time with them When the officers are trying to talk to them they get loud and disrespectful. They block my driveway and this past weekend the fight had the streets blocked off. "You can't get to your house if they start while you're gone The cars are everywhere and it s a shame that if you say something to the patrons, they dis respect you. We don't mind them enjoy-Jackie Hines Energy Analyst Want to lower the cost of your electric bill, save energy and take control? ing th em elves. but th e li rt'SPl'CI i s n t culle-d for.-Mr. Oscar Butler, who h n lived in r .... th e area hi e ntir life. said th re nr w good p pie o ut wh m e t th puk 1\) in h1ding th e kickball p l ayer g I hav e walked around and tt n m rc 0 th a n 100 sig n a tu re f o d p pi h o live close t o th e pnrk J'v n l 111 t with p ark official nd t old th 111 m about th e park." Butler aid h r tir d a nd d n't mind th e o un g peopl u sing th park What I'd lik to e i a taff in pia a t th e park a t all tim om o n n d to b e th e r e to giv th kids a ball or oth r thing s to play with. "The kickball gam a r th l ea t fth probl e m s at th e park. It' th peopl whd come to th e gam Th y ar ca u ing th probl e ms not th e p eopl playing. ur young people n ee d a place to go." Butler said what's n ee ded is b e tt e r or ganization at th e park and police n eed to be in place befor e th e games to mak e sure everyt hing i s in order and s t ays th at way City of Tampa P a rk s a nd R c r ation s pok esperso n Linda Carlo, said h e was unawar e of a n y problem at th park this Sunday and will m ee t with law e n -forcem e nt to find out what r ea lly hap -0 pened ll City Councilman Thomas Scott, who also has a church just east of the park en said he hasn t received any calls about m any problems at the park. I know the patrons use our parking z lots and I don't have a problem with that. m "About a month ago, I stopped by dur -r;-ing a game and everything was fine. CL.&CJ'T'RtD ._..,._ON_ r r z ""D c: m r (i) % m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c 'T1 c for EIMI'IJ Planner, and r.ct.v. a fnHt Home Energy A .udltand savtng ftsht bulbs. 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...J a: Q. < Two Queens Share Cotillion Title c CJ) w 1-Tajullah Stokes and Jeneva Relford were jointly crowned as "Miss National Society of Voices in Unity for Education" 2010. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor C On Saturday, March 20th, vaganza. The event was held at the Embassy Suites Hotel. The theme for the event this year was "Once Upon A Debutante. fE the National Society of c Voices in Unity for Education (NSVUE) held >-their 7th Annual Tampa < Cotillion-Debutante Awards and Scholarship ExtraW The event proved histori cal in that for the first time in the organization's history two young ladies were cho sen to share the title of the """" w > w c w ::r:::: t/) ::::i m 0.. z j:: w ...J ...J m I ...J w z j:: z w CJ) 0 ...J LL Women Retreat A non"-denominational program will giVe wamen a of spiritual reflection APRIL. 11, 2010 8 A.M.-2 P.M :6400 N. 15th St 0 Dr. Rorence. Parra, raswr $10.00 <111freshmenisnunch lni:luded) 1 These young ladies participated in the Cotillion-Debutante Awards and Scholarship Extravaganza. Shown from left to right are: Brittany Greene, Ruth Ann Walsh, Ebony Smith (Miss Sophomore), Sonyoma Foreste, Karetta Green (Miss Junior), Shayla Collins, Aaliyah Parker-Brown (Miss Freshman) and Zayeera James (Miss Cotillionette). Seated from left to right are: Jeneva Relford (Miss NSVUE 2010), LaChelle Davis (Miss NSVUE 2009), and Tajullah Stokes (Miss NUSVUE 2010). Shown standing on the platform from left to right are: Erica Erica Patton, (Miss Senior), Victorya Thomas and Martika Howa.rd. 2010 Miss National Society of Voices in Unity for Education." The honor is shared by Tajullah Stokes and Jeneva Relford. Stokes is a graduate of Jefferson High 'School. She plans to attend Florida A & M University as a Pre Medicine major in the fall Relford is a graduate of Blake High School and plans to attend the University of Central Florida as a Psychology major. In addition to this historical crowning, others were presented titles as well Erica Patton, a graduate of Jefferson High School, was chosen as "Miss Senior Cotillion-Debutante." She plans to enter the summer session at Florida State University. Karetta Green was chosen as "Miss Junior Cotillion. She is a student at Jefferson High School. Ebony Smith was chosen as "Miss Sophomore Cotillion. She is a student at Tampa Bay Technical High School. Aaliyah Parker-Brown was chosen as "Miss Freshman Cotillion. She is a student at Howard W. Blake High Zayeera was chosen as "Miss Cotillionette." She is a student at Broward April 15th, at 7:30 p. m., Grace Mary M. B. Church, Rev. Thomas. Reed in charge of service. April 16th, at'7:30 p.m., Mt. Olive M. B. Church, Rev. C. P.'Epps, pastor in charge of service. Sunday,_ April18th, 9:30 a 11 a. m New Progress M. B Church will be in charge of service Speaker: Elder Parker John Elementary School. Other young ladi es who participated in the ext rava ganza were: Brittany Greene, Ruth Ann Walsh, Sonyoma Foreste, Shayla Collins, Victorya Thomas, and Martika Howard. Davis, the reigning 2009 "Miss National Society of Voices in Unity for Education," wa s on hand to relinquish the title and crown. The :1oung ladies were escorte' d by: Paul Anderson, John Brooks, III, Antonio Brooks, Michael Davis, Daniel Dorsey, John Jlammond, Darious Johnson, Gary Mennifield, George Messer, II, Markquis Aaron Peoples, Terrence Peoples, Richard Russell, James Cameron Walden, Scottie Washingto.n, and Ramon Willingham. The Cotillion is a formal in which young women are presented to society. The Debutante Presentation highlights the past and current achievements of the young lad,ies : It also recog nizes their future goals arid allows parents the. opportunity to honor theit daqgh-ters. The Cotillion first came into exiStence in 1961 under the name of .the Cotillion. It was under the dire<;tion of Mrs. Marie Sheehy .and the La Souci Bridge Club. The Club Consists of retired educators and &1mmunity leaders. It was renamed the Tampa Cotillion-Debutarite ,Awards and Scholarship Extravaganza. Ms. Mary (Telfair) Cooper is its Directress. Ms. KoQn Is the Assistant Direc.tress.


WQ c Belmont Heights Estates Panicipates In Tampa's Clean Citv oav On Saturday, March 20th, Belmont Heights Estates participated in the City of Tampa's .. 4th Annual Clean City Day." The community cleanup team included residents students from the University of Tampa and parents from Belmont Heights Estates Cheerleaders. Prior to clean-up activities, the group was provided a light breakfast, courtesy of Michael Carter, Clean City Coordinator After the clean-up, volunteers were given the opportunity to join other organizations for an afternoon of fun at Raymond James Stadium. Alicia Banks is the Social Services Coordinator Community volunteers and residents working together on Clean City Day. University of Tampa sorority and fraternity members. m CJ) c Recognized As Top Sales ; Associate In State r-Having been mplo d b a local jewelry ompan y for more than a ar, Ma Barber-Williams h a b n recognized b h r r gio n a l superviso r as the Top a l e Associate for the month in the store where h e work and employee of th e month for the Florida region which consists of 16 stores t}}roughout t h e State of Florida. Her a l es r ached $28 ,775 She i the fir t Afri can-American female to reach that s tatus. Having worked in the ho spitality industry for more than 25 years, Mrs. Williams says it wasn't a difficult decision to move into jewelry. I lov e working with people. That's all I ve done When my previous job filed Chapter 11, I went to the mall (University Square Mall) and walked up and down filling out applications. They (Littman Jewelers) were the first to respond and I accepted. I was only out of work for 2 she explained Mae bases he:r success on praying daily to provide her customers with the best f Faith C SPRING H CONF---quality servic po ibl h and her hu band, Calvin attend St. Luke A. M. Church, Rev. Walter Lassiter, II, Pastor, and ., her mother, Pat Langston-6 Crusoe Jackson, is a n ::IJ Associate Minister there. j2 In an email sent through -,. out the company, Ms. Williams' supervisor wrote, ::lz ... She works in our lowest z volume store, but in our m most recent month, she has r;raised the bar ... rr-z "D c aJ !: CJ) J: m c m < m .... c m CJ) c ,.. z c ., ::!:! c


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Event At Universitv Mall AJJril23rd: Popular Educator Passes After lengthv Illness PartnershiP To Support literacv Campaign Suns hin e S t a t e H ea lth Plan announce d a partne r s hip with "It's A ll About Kids" to suppo rt it s Lit e ra cy Campaigns and h ea lth y lif es t y l es to aca d e mi c atri s k inne r -c ity and underprivil ege d children in our community. "It's All About Kids is a n o tfor-profit organization committed to providing resources to childr n and their famili es who are in n ee d of services that will emphas ize e ducation lit e r acy, so cial skills and c h a r ac t e r dev elopme nt. "We are excite d about this said Wanda Delarosa, Exec utiv e Dir ecto r W e share a common vis i o n of providing the b es t possibl e h ealthca r e information to both our youth and th e o ve rall co m munity. W e absolutely look forw ard to working with a Middleton Class Of 1965 The Middleton Hi g h S choo l Class of 1965 will meet Monday, 'Apiil19, 2010, 6:30p. m. a t th e College Hill Branch Libr ary, 2607 E. Dr. M. L. Kin g, Jr. Blv d Please m a k e a special effo rt to attend. Grand lodge In Kissimmee The International Free and Accepted Modem Masons and Christine Hayes Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Stars will hold their Grand Lodge Convention April 16, 17, 18 2010 in Kissimmee at the Ramada Inn Celebration Convention Center. For more information, call (407) 390-5800. Selphenia HudsonShields is the Session President. Mavberrv cemeterv Organization The Mayberry Cemetery Organization will meet for its second quarterly meeting on Tuesday, April13, 2010, 6:30 p. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church of Seffner, 6 720 County Road 5 7 9 Seffner, FL 33584, Rev. Nathaniel Love, pastor. All members, relatives family members of Thonotosassa, Seffner and Mango are welcome to attend. For additional information, contact Mrs. Pauline Larry Chairman, (813) 986-3300 or Mrs. Leona Moore Hudson, Recording Secretary, (813) 986-6724. WANDA DELAROSA company lik e Sunshine State Health Plan now and in th e fu-Chris P a t e rson unshine H ea lth Pla n Pr e ident. s t a t ed, .. We are exci t e d to partne r with .. Its All About Kid s .. a part o f our commitment to our co m munity to h e lp m ake a diffe r ence in the lives of p e opl e in need. n Sunshin e S tate H ea lth Plan and "It's All About Kids will host a lit eracy event a t 'Jt's All A bout Kid s" n ew ce nter located at the University Mall on Fdd ay, April 23, 2010, 5-7 p m. Author Michelle Bain:.of1The Adventures of Thumb p J ohnnie boo k series will also b e th e r e for a s p ec i a l r eading Sunshine State Health Plan (Sunshine Health) i s a Florida Medi caid health plan. Information i s ava ilabl e a t www.sunshin esta t e h ea Jth .c om. Ms. Lydia Rodriguez a longtime ed ucator in the !!ill s borou g h ounty Public ch o l Sy t ern, pa eel m ay a rly un cluy morning a t Tampa c neral Ho s pit a l afte r a l e n g thy illn e Sh e wa s 7 1 years old. Ms. Rodriguez was pr -ceded in death by h r on, Michael, and withi n the past 4 years by a ist r, M. Doris Wilson, a broth r Connie Wilson, and a ni e Gail Stadom, said h e was a n active m mber of Mt. Z ion AME hurc h Riverview, H yde P a rk e r s Assoc and several other organizations. Funeral services will b e h e ld Saturday, April 17t h with R a Williams Fun raJ Hom in c h a r ge. HELP US SERVE YOU BETTER: REPORT A MALFUNCTIONING STREETLIGHT. At Tampa Electric, we're working with our customers and the community to help ensure malfunctioning lights are working again as quickly as possible. If you see a malfunctioning streeHight, alerting us is easy: Write down the light ID tag number on the light pole, or write down the nearest street address or intersection to the light. Go online to the convenient Ughts Out form on tampaeleclric.com or call: -813-22.3-0800 On Hillsborough County), -On Polk County) or -1-888-223-0800 (outside of Hillsborough or Polk County) When yoU report a malfunctioning it is important that you provide the location of the streetlight so that technicians are sent to the correct location, and that you provide your contact information so that we may acknowledge your request By letting us know if yoo see a malfunctioning streetight, you C 'lJ :::0 r-"TT r-0 :::0 0 l> C/) m z :::! z m r-1 m c r rm :::! z 'lJ c m c C/) :I: m 0 m < m :::0 -< -t c m C/) 0 )> z c "TT 0


or----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------______________________________________________________________________ ...J cr. Q. Tiger Ties For Founh In Roller Coaster Masters Run TIGER WOODS AUGUSTA, Ga. -Tiger Woods i s n eve r sati s fied unl ess h e wins, and that was th e cas e Sunday at warm a nd windless A ugu sta National Golf Club. After a rock-y s tart h e b att l ed b ac k to s h oo t a 3-under-par 69 and ti e d for fourth, five strokes b ehind C w inn e r Phil Mickelson in fE the 74th Mas ters 0 Tournam e nt z Unsuccessful, h e sa id of top-rank e d golf er. After being t-away from the game for almost five months, Woods W shot four consecutive s ubpar rounds in his r eturn to proC f ess ional golf w J: I f elt v ery un eas y o n e \cry s h o t I hit out th e re,-said Woods of Sunday's round. "I tri e d as hard as I possi bly could t o p os t a numb e r an d g ive m yse lf a chance. I r eally du g d ee p t o find so m e thing, and tha t s som ething I m pr e tty proud For th e r eco rd Woods ha s won th e Masters four times and h as n t finished worse th a n s ixth si nc e 2004. P aire d with K.J. Choi of South Korea for the fourth consecutive day, Woods began the final round tied for third plac e at 8-under, four strokes b ehind Lee Westwood, and rec e i ve d a nic e ovation when he arrived at th e first t ee. Woods prid es himse l f on co n s i s t ency and f elt good abo ut hi s opening round s of 68? 0. Woods hit 10 of 18 g r ee n s in regulation, hi s worst aver age of the tourna m ent, but hi s putte r heated up. After using 31, 28 and 30 th e first three rounds, he needed only 24 on Sunday. And that included a three -putt, one of four during the week. Th e rough start Sunday did not sit well. That said, h e worked hard to control hi s anger and played th e l as t 13 h o les 4-und er. en -----------------------------------------------::J m :::> 0.. z i= w ...J ...J :::> m I Lawver: Man Takes ResponsibilitY In Holmes case ...J w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J LL SANTONIO HOLMES ORLANDO --A witness bas taken responsibility for toss ing a glass at a woman at an Orlando nightclub according to the lawyer for Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes who was first accused of attacking the woman. An investigator tracked down the witness, who gave a sworn statement saying he threw the glass because the woman was attacking Holmes, Adam Swickle said Friday. Swickle did not identify the witness, but said it was the first person the w woman' s friends told t>olice CJ who threw the glass. "This is extortion in its purest form," Swickle said. Jets Acquire Steelers WR Holmes For 5th Round Pick The New York Jets traded their fifth-round pick in this month' s NFL draft to Pittsburgh for Super 8owl XLIII MVP wide receiver Santonio Holmes. It' s a stunning fall from grace for Holmes. Fourteen months ago, he stood atop the football world after mak ing a circus catch in the corner of the end zone to lift the Steelers to a record sixth Super Bowl victory But with the news Saturday that he will likely be suspended for the first four regular-season games of the 2010 season for violating the league' s substance-abuse policy. The s-foot-u Holmes, a first-round pick out of Ohio State in adds a speedy complement to the Jets' pass ing game. He s comin)U>ff the best season of his career statistically, after having 7 9 catches for 1 ,248 yards and five touchdowns. Holmes has one year remaining on his contract. Ex-MBA Plaver Isaiah Rider Arrested In Arizona ISAIAH RIDE R PHOENIX --Poli ce say former NBA pl aye r Isaiah ider has been arrested n ea r Pho enix on s u sp icion of sS!aulting hi s fiancee and e neging on a $150 cab fare. say th e 39-year-old idl!r was taken into c u s tody Thurs da y afte r an offi cer s pott e d him driving er ratically in a vehicl e with three s mall c hildr e n in side Neighbors reported see in g Rider arg u e with his fiancee outside their Mesa h o m e Sunday a nd having a tu g-ofwar ove r h e r purse P olice say Rider th e n t oo k a cab rid e to Pho e nix an d ran away in s t ea d of payin g th e driv e r Rider playe d at UNLV b e fore starting hi s pro career in 1993. He played with Minnesota, Portland, Atlanta, the Los A ng e les Lakers and D e nv e r before e ndin g his career in 2001. Arenas Arrives At Marvland Jail To Begin Sentence GILBERT ARENAS ROCKVILLE, Md. Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas began serv ing his sentence Frida y night for bringing guns into the team's locker room According to Arthur Wallenstein, director of Montgomery County Corrections Arenas arrived at the Montgomery County jail at 7:40 p.m. Arenas must spend two days there for medical screening and classification before being transferred to the county' s Pre-Release Center, a halfway house. Arenas was sentenced March 26 to 30 days in a halfway house for bringing weapons into the Verizon Center. Corrections officials in Montgomery County agreed to let him serve his sentence there, as part of an agreement with the U.S. Bureau of Prisons. Arenas also received two years of probation, a $5,000 fine and 400 hours of community service that can t be performed at basketball clinics. Jets Meeting With Free AgentLB Jason Tavlor Fl.ORH : \l\1 PAR K J -Fre e agent lineb 1rker Jason Taylor is lllL'Ctin g with th e r\e\\' York l e t s for a cco nd d a y as coac h Rex Ryan tries t o p e r s u ade th e FL's act ivc sac k s l e ad e r t o join th e t op rank e d d e f e n se. Th e six-time Pro Bowl pick wa s a t the t eam' s fa cility Thursday a nd met a number of Jets playe r s, who say Taylor would b e a w e lcom e additio n Taylor h as spent 12 of hi s 13 seaso n s with the Miami Dolphins, including la s t yea r when h e had seven sacks. The 35-year-old Taylor would provide the Jets with a prov e n pass rusher. Taylor has had a con-.JASON t entious r e lation hip with J e t s fans during hi career ,.! calling the m i gnorant and classless Linebac k e r Calvin Pace b elieves the fans will put that aside if Taylor signs with New York. Defendant Pleads Guiltv In lavon Walker Robberv LAS VEGAS On e of two d efendants pleaded guilty Friday as part of a deal with pro sec utors in the robbery of forme r Oakland Raide r s wide receiv e r Javon Walker after a night of Las Vegas club-hopping almost two yea r s ago. Arfat Abdo Fadel plea d e d g uilty to robbety, second d eg re e kidnappin g and c on spiracy in the attack that left Walker unconscious and injured a block off the Las Vegas Strip Prosecutor Joshua Tomsheck said Fadel, 32 was expected to serve at least two years arid could face up to 15 years in state prison at sentencing scheduled for June 28. Prosecutors dropped battery and conspiracy charges along with a first-degree kidnapping count that could have gotten Fadel life in prison without parole. Fadel remained in Clark County jail after his appear! ance before Clark County JAVON WALKER District Court Judge Doug Smith. Trial for Fadel's co-defendant, Deshawn Lamont Thomas, 42, is due to b eg in Tuesday with jury se l ec tion. Thomas faces multiple felony charges, including first-degree kidnapping in the attack on Walker, now 31, and an unsigned free agent. Tomsheck said Walker was expected to testify as soon as Wednesday.


Sports Barrv Bonds savs He's 'Proud' Of Friend McGwire's Decisions BARRY BONDS SAN FRANCISCO --Home run king Barry Bonds said he i s "proud" of slugger Mark McGwire for r eturning to baseb a ll as the St. Louis Cardinals hittin g coach a nd for admitting his u se of p erformancee n h a n c i n g drugs. I ha ve a r eally good frie nd s hip with Mark McGwire. I'm proud of him," Bonds said Sunday. We 've had a great relationship thro u g h o ut o ur e ntir e lives and through o ut o ur caree r I'm proud o f w h a t h e did. I'm happy f o r him. While Bonds didn t rul e out a l so goi ng into coaching one day hi s six-minute session with the media was stoppe d after the question about McGwire. In January, McGwire e nd e d mor e than a d eca d e of denial s and evas ion and final l y acknowledged he use d s t e roids and human growth hormone during his career, including in 1998 when h e hit 70 home runs and brok e th e si n gle-season r e cord. Th e 45-year -o ld Bonds, b ac k in the Bay Area for a r e union a t AT&T Park of the Giants 2000 NL W es t champion t ea m sa id h e does n t b elieve now is the right tim e to retire. Though he a l s o insists he' s not in shape to pla y immediately if an inter ested club came calling. HolYfield KOs Botha To Capture WBF Heavvweight Title At 47, Evander Holyfield is the oldest he-avyweight champion in boxing history, surpassing George Foreman (45). LAS VEGAS --Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield is using George Foreman's come back more than 15 years ago as inspiration. The 47yea r-old Holyfield (43-10-2, 28 KOs) knocked out 41-year-old Frans Botha with 2:05 l eft in th e eighth round Saturday night. Holyfield (43-10-2) knocked the defending champion down 31 seconds earlier with a right to the chin. Botha (47-5-3) beat referee Russell Mora's count, but Mora then stopped the fight with the South African backed into a corner "I'm going to be the undis puted heavyweight champion of the world," Holyfield said. Two judges, Jerry Roth and Glenn Feldman, had Botha ahead 67-66 when the fight was stopped. The other judge, Herb Santee, had it 69-64 for Holyfield. DA: No Charges For Roethlisberuer In Georgia Case MILLEDGEVILLE GA. Authorities in Georgia won t charge Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger after a 20-year-old college student said he sexually assaulted her. District Attorney Fred Bright made the announcement today (Monday). Bright says questions still persist about what happened between Roethlisberger and the student inside a bath room at the club He also is being sued by a woman who claims he raped her in 2008 at a hotel and casino in Lake Tahoe, an alle gation he strongly denies. Silva Wins In Disgrace, Edgar Shocks Penn ANDERSON SILVA At l eas t Anderson Silva entertained hims elf. 11 Silva, considered to b e ther.l best pound for pound fight;e 'Jl in the world toyed with chadr Ienger Demian Maia for t:Uei first two rounds of th e ir mid dleweight titl e fight .at UFC 112 in Abu Dhabi. But in th e final three frames, Silva compl ete l y shut down content to stay out of dang e r a plo y th a t ange r e d th e fans o n Yas I sland a nd on pa y p e r view around th e world. Silva won a unanimous decision victory, and it wasn't controversial. But th e method of Silva's victory certainly was. UFC Pr es ident Dana White apologized to the fans via his Twitter account aft e r the fight a nd appeared disgu sted b y Silva's actions. uconn's Charles Taken No.1 In WNBADrah TINA CHARLES SECAUCUS, NJ --It's been an unforgettable 48 hours for Tina Charles. Less than two days after helping UConn win its second straight national championship, she was selected first by the' Connecticut Sun in the WNBA draft on Thursday. It's unbelievable, my heart is still pounding out of my chest," Charles said. "I'm more interested what impact I'll have on the team more than just being the No. 1 pick." Charles averaged more than 18 points and nine rebounds while leading UConn to an NCAA Division !-record 78 straight victories over the past two seasons. The Sun traded with the Minnesota Lynx to get The Associated Press Player Of The Year, who joins Sue Bird (2002) and Diana Taurasi (2004) as the only UConn players taken with the top o verall pick. BEAUTY UNLIMITED J'NAI The Beauty Unlimited feature for this week Is J'Nai, a 20-year-old, 5'7" Gemini who first graced us by appearing as Friday's Spotlight feature. In case you missed it, J'Nai said her favorite stars are Reggie Bush, Adam Sandler and Eric Clapton. 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o ntertainment Jav-z Makes Over $9M shaq's soon To Coolio Dodges $10,000 Off Blueprint Ill Tour Bench Warrant It l oo k s a s th o u g h Coolio h as f o und 1 t o es c 1pe th e unf o r g ivin g clut c h e s o f th e law o nc e a g ain c en UJ :::> JAY-Z With yet another number one a lbum under hi s belt and a collaboration with Dr Dr e so lidifi e d Jay Z's ea rnin gs from his tour \vith Young Jeezy and Trey Songz are b eing calcu l ated. New r e port s are s u ggesting th at Jigga man's Blu eprint III tour was widely s uccessful so mu c h so th a t Mr. Carter mad e c l o e t o SlO milli o n i n sa l es within t\vo w eeks. A cco rdin g t o Billboard B o x Sco r e, Jay r a k e d in $ 9 ,731, 218 from March 11-24 m a kin g s top s in Bos ton ew Y o rk N e w J e r s e y and severa l cities in bet\veen Additionally, Live atio n pa i d Jay $150 milli o n for rig hts to ti cke t sales takin g his earnin gs u p t o nearl y $160 million No wor d on how mu c h ,Jay. e arned for th e r est of th e tour dates which kic k e d off F e bru ary 20 in Fort L aude rdal e, Florida and ende d March 27 in Las Vegas. c a: Jav-z To Help Oprah launch New Network LL c z < c en w :::> > a: UJ > w c w :I: en :J JAY-Z And OPRAH WINFREY m I didn't even think about it. I just said yes." z When Oprah calls, you will i= come; at least that's what Shawn Carter thinks. S Jay-Z is confirming that m he's stepped in to help the uj queen of daytime talk move z past her longstanding talk i= show to launch her "OWN" ffi television network. en OWN which stands for I Oprah Winfrey Network is a joint venture between Harpo 0 Inc. and The Discovery Net...1 LL work scheduled to launch January 1. Jay is scheduled to appear on the network for Winfrey's new show relaying the life of some of America's biggest influential figures. According to The Wall Street Journal that show is ti tled Master Class." Along with Jigga, Master Class" will feature Condoleeza Rice as they tell their life stories and lessons to the viewing audience. SHAUNIE And SHAQ Shaq and wife, Shaunie are headed for di vo rce court again. The vocal Shaunie O'Neal thinks th e who l e cheating e pi d e mic is "out of control"-and s h e s hould know. Shaunie is separated from ba s k e tball great Shaquille O'Neal, whose alleged infidelity ma y have been a factor in their im pending di v orce. Shaunie sat down to talk about her upcoming VH1 r e al ity show, "Basketball Wives which follows the current loves and exes of famous hoops stars. Does she think cheating is an insecurity issue or a power thing? "I would love to hear the answer to that question. I couldn't tell you," Shaunie admits. "I don't know what it is." But she does have a few choice words to say those women who have affairs with married men. "They have no class, they're just low," O'Neal said. "These ladies .don't care and are really bold. You look around and they're doing magazines and trash. That's what it is, trash." She adds, "There's nothing you can do about it. They get what they want to get every time, never fails." As r epo1 t e d th e ac tor/ rap per h ad a 10,000 warran t plac e d for his a i T t l as t Mon day after mis in g a court ap pearance. Appearing in co urt o n Tu es da y h owev e r Coolio, r ea l n ame Artis Ivey, was ab l e t o h a ndl e th e m a tt e r b y provi n g th a t h e h ad adh e r e d t o th e t e rm s of hi s pr o b at i o n whi c h includ es p a rti c ipatin g in a dru g r e h a bilitation pro g ram. The n ext dat e for lvey, 45 to appear back in court will b e January 18, 2011 wh r e his nex't progre s r p o rt will b given MC Hell Razah Suffers Brain Aneurvsm According to r eports, Hell Razah, a form e r m e mb e r of the Wu-Tang Clan a ffiliat e d group Sunz of Man, has s uf fered a brain aneurysm and is currently in a coma. Although there has been no official statement regarding Razah's condition from the Wu camp, Twitt e r has b ee n a buzz with news of th e rapp e r' s health. A member of Killer Bee Pro motions has confirmed that Razah, born Chron Smith, suffered the aneurysm on April 6. The doctors claim that he is responding well Hell Razah, who most re-HELLRAZAH cently changed his name to Heaven Razah, is one of the Wu's most creative artists. C-Murder Believes Master Pis Sabotaging His Case If a person can't look to hisjher family who can he/she really trust when the chips are down? With C-Murder trying to work on an appeal for his murder charge, be is becoming strongly convinced that his brother, Master P, is doing nothingbutfintherhurtinghis chances of being released from prison. After stating that he alerted Murder of the consequences that could come about from his particular moves in life, Master P added that his inability to surround himself with posi tive people landed his brother in such a situation. "When my value system changed, I have to go out and live for my family and say C-MURDER 'Man, look, if you banging out there with these thugs, I'm out here with my kids.' This is what I love because my kids are gonna be there for me in the end."


Funerai/Memoriams .BETIY JMNDALLAS FOB.TS.ON WHITE \ 'J '. Homegoing services for Mrs. Betty Jean Dallas Fortson White, who passed away on April 8, 2010, will be held Wednesday, April14, 2010, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott St., Tampa, 33610, with the Pastor, Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sister Betty Jean White was a faithful member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church for decades. She served in the adult choir and correspondence ministry until she was recently hospitalized. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough Gounty. Sister Betty White was unique and a loving Christian yo u couldn't help but love. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Helen Dallas; sister, Gwendolyn Dallas; brothers, Herman Dallas, Alfred Dallas and Wllliam Dallas; and uncle, Cleo White. She leaves to cherish fond memories: husband, Sylvester White; sisters, Elizabeth Dalla.S Parker and Gloria Rolack of Tampa; two brothers, James Dallas and wife, Priscilla, and Ronnie Dallas and wife, Jessie, all of Tampa; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and devoted friends. Visitation for Sister Betty Jean White will be held Tuesday evening from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th-St., Tampa, 33610. FriendS the homegoing_services are asked to assemble at the church on WedneSday at 10:45 a.m. -A HARMON BURIAL-Funeral Horne John W James L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 IN lOVING MEMORY MARY CARSWELL 4-12-09 It's been one year, on Resurrection morning when the Lord called you home. What a glorious day for you. No more pain and suffering. Rest on Mom, we love you. Clinton, Rico Jeanette, Greg and family. IN MEMORIAM WELLINGTON C. HOUSE, JR. 4/20/77-4/11/09 It's been one year. God had other plans for you. You'll always be remembered, missed and loved by mom, family and friends. Forever, your blood, Eric Lewis. ELMINA DENNIS We, the family, miss you a lot. We still remember you with all the good you have done for us. Rest in peace and happy birthday. I..Dve always. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Carrie Cotton, Tampa. !\Irs. Elizabeth 1\lagbrie Frazier, Riverview. Mrs. Rosa Pinkney, Tampa. Lil Miss Gintaria Shaw, Tampa. Ms. Rochelle F Watson, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Frank Grooms, Tampa. Mr. Calvin McCray, Tampa, 1 Mrs. Betty Jean Dallas-White,1 -Tampa. INTEGRITY -FUNERAl SERVICES Bishop Albert H. Campbell, Tampa. Ms. Lois J. Toczylowski Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mr. James Barthel, Tampa. Ms. Jeanette WilliamsBrown, Tampa. Mr. Jose Cassanova, Tampa. Mrs. Doris McBratney, Tampa. Ms. Mable Shepard, Tampa. Mr. Mourjshae Snelling, Hagerstown, Maryland. Ms. Lydia Rodriguez, Tampa. Ms. Shun ice Wilson, Tampa. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Jacqueline Carwell, Tampa. Mr. George Palmer, Brandon. Man Slashes Dog For Being Racist ANDREW OWENS A Yonkers man was arrested by local police after he slashed a German shepherd because it was racist. According to 58-year-old Andrew Owens, Jenna the German shepherd only barked at minorities and bit him in the_ past because of his race. When the dog began barking at him on Tuesday, Owens reportedly became so furious that he took out a nine inch knife and slashed the dog across the face. The dog was reportedly cut from the right eye down to the eye socket bone. The dog lost an eye because of the incident and was hospital ized. What's especially interesting about the incident is the reaction from the owner Paul Toccoy He concurs with Owens and says the U"og has" an issue with people who are not white. Owens now faces a felony aggravated cruelty charge. Local --------------------------------------------rn local Pastor's Husband g _-< Passes Suddenlv Af-ter compl aining of n ot feC'I ing w ell for sewral days on Saturday. April 3rcl Bishop Albert H. Campbell as k ed hi s wif e, Pastor Louisa Forte Campbell to tak e him to the e mergenc y room. H e was admitted to Brandon R e gional Hospital where h e passed away at 1:44 a. m. on Monday April sth He was 7 6 yea rs o ld. Bishop Campbell, a nativ e -'iof Albany New York, was th e 1founder of God 's House of Prayer Foundation, which h e 1pastored until retirement and relocating to Tampa in 2007. He became a member of N ew Bethel Temple of Deliveranc e in Palm River, where Pastor Louisa Campbell i s pa stor. She a nd Bishop Campbell were wed 10 months ago. In addition to hi s wife h e i s s urvi ved b y 6 children, 14 grands and 14 great-grandchil dren. Bishop Albert H: Cnmpb II und wife, .Loui 1 Campbell. Bishop Albert H. Cam r-.... JIJ 1\) 0 .... 0 bell will be l aid to rest ori Sa urday, April 17th with Bishop Roan S. Faulkner, 1st Vice Bishop of the Unit e d Chu r ch of Jesus C hrist Apostolic Balti more, MD, officiating a nd Bishop Monroe R Saunders Jr., D Min., Presiding Bishop of th e United Churc h of Jesus Christ Apostolic, Balti more, MD, eulogist. Integrity Funeral Services is in c h arge of arran ge m ents c National --------------------------------------------m Obamas To Appear on American Idol I OJ c: r r-z "tJ C: OJ r-c;; PRES. And MRS. OBAMA :I: m c The First family is making an appearance on an upcoming episode of American Idol. President Obama and the First Lady taped a portion of the program Wednesday for Idol's annual "Idol Gives Back program. m Idol Gives Back is a two hour charitable event that has ::XJ already raised more than $140 -< million for global charities. c! The Obama's edition of m Idol will air April 21 at 8 p.m. Man Gunned Down Bv With Rubber Bullets In Holdinu. )> z c In an attempt to su}xlue an enrl!ged -prisoner, officers of the Rutland Police Department used somewhat measures to calm him down. WruJe handCuffed and con fuied within a holding cell, an of ficer let off shots froiD a pepperball gun on the impris oned man. Jamek Hart, 26 after being arrested was relentless in the backseat during the drive to the police station yelling that the officers "}'{ere racist, along with other explicit remarks. The aCtual footage that was captured is 40 minutes long and even features Hart laying on the floor with his pants down with something that appears to be a bag draped over his head. In regards .to the officer held responsible for the firing of the gun, Officer Michael Nesshoeve'r' resigned on Feb. 26 following an internai investi. gation. As of recent weeks, the depart ment bas been hit Yt!ith many other instances-and scandals. 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