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-. -.: Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area -ver n 18S VOL. 66 NO. 23 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2010 24 PAGES 75 Disabled Teen's Mom Wants Justice SEE PAGE 3 Banker Announces Plan To Run For City Council SEE PAGE 2 USF Advisor Jailed For Act With Teen SEE 18 3rd ANNUAL COMMUNITY DIABETES PROGRAM The Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with D. E. L. T. A., Inc., Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Epsilon Mu Mu Chapter, hosted its 3rd Annual Community Diabetes Program: Each One Reach One: A Community United To Fight Diabetes. The event was held Wednes day November 3 2010 at the University A r ea Community Center In addition to s creenings and sharing Diabetes facts a panel further discussed the dis ease. Members of the panel included from J'eft, James R Gavin Ill MD, Ph.D. Nation a l Diabetes Advocate; Kevin Sneed PharmD Dean USF School of Pharmacy ; Renee Meehan RN, BSN CDE ; and Vasco Marques M. D. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre)


Features C\1 TECO's First Black ::!: Equipment Operator Dies z c en w :::::> .... A well-known retired heavy equipment operator/truck driver with Tampa Electric Company died last Thursday, November 4th, after a lengthy illness. He was 82 years o ld. Edmond .Neves, Sr. be came ill in April and has been up and down since that time. He was hired by TECO on November 8, 1953 and retired January 1, 1990. He was there more than 36 years. According to his daughter Regina Smith, Neves stood 6'6" and told hi s famil y he was hir e d for his h eight. He was hir e d to operate a 12" l ong backhoe that h e taught himself how to operate. When he retired in 1990, that ma chine was also retired b eca use n o one e lse had l ea rned to op erate it, his daughter and son-EDMOND NEVES, SR. r eco rd on heavy equipment, and no time l ost du e to an accident in-law, Archie Williams C explained. a: Archie recalled numerous Neves e njoyed watching b ase b all and golf eating s t ea ks, s p e nding tim e with his famil y a nd r etired co-workers He a l so enjoye d his Ford F-1 50 truck. In addition to b e ing th e first Afr i can-American TECO em ployee. He was also among the first families to reside in High land Pines. The father of 12 also reared 6 other children. LL c z <( c en w :::::> .... w > w stories that his father-in-law told him abo ut the struggles he endured as a Black man on the job with mostly Cau casians, especially in the early years. He received numerous awards and gold pins for safety, excellent driving Funeral services will b e con ducted Tuesday (today), 11 a. m. at Aikens Funera l Home. (See Funeral Notice in this issue.) c ---------------------------------------------w ::r: en :J m :::::> z j::: w ..J ..J :::::> m ..J w z j::: z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAl SERVICE News Alert The Aorida Law States That You May Be Entitled TO $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... 1811 ProltJssionat StJIIIictJ! 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 H there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair .Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Popular Barber Dies Few oavs After Learning He Has Cancer A popular barber died last Thursday with his family at his side Howard Spotford died in th e care of Hospice, about a week afte r learning that cancer had spread throughout his body. He turned 62 on November 1st. Carolyn Spotford Williams, Howard's old es t sister, says her brother b eca me ill about 6 w ee ks ago, comp l aining about stomach problems. H e was hospital i zed for 9 da ys, but th e tests didn't turn up anything. He was hospitalized again a bout 2 weeks ago when he l earned of the cancer. He was sent hom e on Monday (No:vember 1st) in th e ca re of H ospice. "Howard was a n exe rci se g uru H e was th e person w ho drank plenty of water, a l ways told you w h at you didn t need to eat, Mrs. Williams state d. Spotford followed in his father s (the lat e Bill Spot-HOWARD SPOTFORD ford) footsteps as a barber. H e was also a car salesma n. He spent about 10 yea rs in Palatka before returning here about 3 years ago. He worked at Elliott's for a brief period, then became manager of Cole's, 34th and Shad owlawn He loved sports and his church, Little Rock Church of God by Faith, Mrs. Williams stated, "and they trul y loved him. They came to spend his birthday with him, even though he was sick." In addition to his siste r Spotford is survived by his. wife, Sheila Spotford, 4 children, and another sister, Gloria Rhanes. He was also the son of the late Mrs. Audrey Spotford. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, November 13, 2010, 11 a m., at Church of God B y Faith, Palatka, FL. Services are in the care of Karl N. Flagg S(;!renity Me morial Chapel, 2400 Madi son St., Palatka, FL (386) 312-0444. Interim Citv Council Member To Seek District 1 Seat On Monday November 8th, Interim City Councilman Curtis Stokes announced plans to seek the Tampa City Council District 1 Seat. Th e election will be held March 1, 2011. Stokes was appointed to Tampa City Council this past July when Linda SaulSena vacated her eat to run for County Commission. After careful thought and deliberation I ha e decided to throw my hat into the ring. When I applied for the posi tion several months ago, I b e lieved it was a short-term solution to h e lp our commu nity These past few months of working on th e budget, making the tough decisions and collaborating with m y fellow council members, I re alized I could make a differ e nce. "We are facing a change in our city government that has rare ly happ e ned eve ry seat on the city council is up for election, this is unprece dented and it is nothing I co n sidered when I accepted CURTIS STOKES ... To seek District 1 Seat this position. I want to see our city grow and help people get back to work. I want to be part of the so. lution to our urgent prob lems. I will work diligently to make that happen. My pledge and promise is to work to help make our community prosper and our citizens safe," h e said. Stokes currently serves as Vice President of Community Affairs at Fifth Third Bank and has a B. A. from Florida Atlantic University and a MBA from Nova University. He serves on numerous boards including the Past Chair of the Board of the American Cancer Society, University Area Community Development CorP. ; Enter prise Zone Board University Area. He serv;!S on the Florida School Choice Board, is the former of the Hills borough County NAACP and was recently the recipient of the Malcolm X Aw;u-9. b y the Council on American Islamic Relations for his work pro moting social justice and equali ty in civil rights. Stokes was recognized among the Top 40 under 40 in 2002 by the Tampa Ba y Business Journal and serves on the E.xpressway Authority. He is married to Katrina Stokes, a pharmacist, and they have one son, Jason. The fan1ily resides in New Trunpa.


-t c: Toddler Run Over In Drivewav Dies Mom Wants Justice For Son Allegedlv Beaten At School ABDULLAH FISHER ... Allegedly injured during an incident at school last week BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor More than a week after th e incident happened, the eyes of a 14-year-old s tud e nt a re still extremely red. His moth er, Ms. Deborah Williams, said her son was injur ed dur ing a struggle with an adult at school. Ms. Williams said h er son, Abudullah Fisher, i s a stu d e nt at Dorothy Thomas School. The incident occurred on October 201h. Ms. Williams said the sc hool contacted her twice that day, but never told her that her son bad been injured "They called me and said that my son was being very disrup tive and was going to be put in time out. Then, they called back and said he was going to be suspended 1 day. They told me that he had been handcuffed but they never told me they bad beaten up my son When he came home from school, I heard a lot of scream ing and my sister came and told me to come quick. When I saw him, he was crying blood out of both eyes. I asked him wh(!t had..happened and he told me that security had slammed him on the ground. I took him to University Com munity Hospital and th ey called the police Th e police took my statement and called Child Protective Services," Ms. Williams sa id. Abdullah gave hi s mother the following accou nt of the incid e nt. H e said h e knocked some papers out of the t eacher's hand because h e was being given zeros and the teacher called sec urity. Wh en sec urity arrived, the sec urity gu;1rd attempt e d to plac e him in the time out room and h e resisted. "He said the sec urity guard was holding him and he (Abdullah) told the security g u ard that he couldn"t breathe. They slammed him o n th e floo r a nd then put him in th e time out room. They n eve r told me that m y son had be e n hurt. Ms. Williams sai d h e r so n has b ee n diagnosed with bro ken blood vessels in both eyes a nd a cervica l s prain to hi s n eck. A s in g l e parent, Ms. Williams sai d s h e moved to Tampa a year ago afte r living in C leve l and, Ohio for 16 yea rs. "I had 11 kids (5 are adults) but I lost on e to the streets last October. I m ove d h e r e to give m y kid s a better life and thi s is what happ e n s," the St. Croix nati ve sai d Sh e stated that Abdullah is mentall y challenged and that h e function s on a 3rd grade level. Ms. Williams further said, "I need some answers. Two m e n beat up my son and I want justice to be served. Ms. Linda Cobbe, spokes person for the Hillsborough County Public School Dis tric t said the incident involved "An employee whose job it is torestrain out of control students. He used a technique approved by the State of Florida, which he is trained to u se Aft e r the incid e nt, the re were no vi ibl e injuri es to hi s eyes." Terence Wingfield, an Exceptional Student E du ca tion Aide, was ide ntifi e d as the e mplo yee invol ve d in th e inci d e nt. He ha s b ee n removed from working with students w hil e the alleged incid nt i s b ei n g inv es ti ga t e d b y th e Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office a nd Hillsborough County C hild Protection In vestigators. Ms. Debbie Carter, s pok espe r so n for the Hill sbo r ough County Sheriffs Offi ce sa id the incident remains unde r inv es tigation and h as b ee n forw a rd e d to the H ill s borough County State Attor n ey's Office. A 17-month old toddler died ea rly Monday morning after he was fatally injured in a n accident. The investiga tion into the in cident is con tinuing. A request for service was re ce ived shortl y before 8 a.m. and emerge ncy personnel responded to the 9400 block of Eastfield Road, in Thonotosassa. The Hillsborough County Sh eriffs Office also responde d and learned that Ulysiss Franklin was run over by his neighbor. The toddl e r was transporte d to Univers i ty Community Ho s pital, where h e di e d of hi s in-ORLANDO WORLD CENTER RESORT VISIT DRIVER MARCEL WALSH ..... did not see child when he backed out of his driveway. WOULD.LJKE TO THANK THE fLORIDA SENTINEL AND THEIR READERS FOR MAKING THE A HUGE SUCCESS! STAJ1UNED TO WTMP l.t50AMI96.t FM FOR MORE GREAT PROMO'nONS! 0 z 0 < m s: Dl juries. !B According to police, his co mother, Ms. Shanita Clar-rit, 20, and her son, Uly-siss, were outside of their o duplex when the tragic accident occurred. Their neighbor, identified as Marcel D. Walsh, 31, reportedly put h is vehicle into gear and bega n to drive off. Appar-. ently not seei ng Ulysiss, Walsh ran over him, result ing in the fatal injuries. No charges had been filed at press time, howe ve r the investigation is continuing. Th e two familie s lived in a duplex and apparently shared a driveway. "T1 r 0 ::0 0 )> en m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z c: Dl r Cii :I: m 0 m < m ::0 < -t c: m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 ::0 0 Be a WINNER Just log on to or WTMP.com!


or------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------editorials/Columns a; a: w Ill w > 0 z >= C( c en w ;:) .... c a: u.. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Chang e To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages or this newspaper by Columni sts or Gue s t Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial sta nce or The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Pub lisher. Things To Think About 11 The Smoke Ever Clears C A ccording to so-called "Tea Partiers" and born-again Republican Conservatives, one of the most impor:::;: tant items on their Congressional agenda in upcoming ..... weeks will be the extension of unemployment benefits, which are scheduled to come to a screeching halt on Dew cember 4, 2010. Unless the Republicans come up with a new way to pay for an estimated $35 billion needed to >-fund such benefits, Congress is in store for another round a: of bickering on whether or not to add the cost to the budget. W However, we voters should watch .closely how long it C may take for Congress to show America's unemployed workers that such workers are a priority and that Conen gress is indeed, willing to take care of Americans who are most in need. In fact, voters should begin now to contact all their Conll. gressional representatives and let them know that AmerZ ica -Republican or Democrat -continues to be tj unemployed. ..J Nevertheless, rumor has it, some new Republicans don't S believe in extending unemployment benefits. If so, even Ill more Americans could feel the bite of an Anti-Obama, tax..J cut-crazy Conservative Congress. w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u.. Arizona Votes 1es' To Ban AHirmative Action T he wording was somewhat tricky, but its intent was crystal clear. Last week, Arizona voters went to the polls and with more than 59 percent margin, decided their state no longer needed affirmative action. By doing so, Arizona joined other states in a quiet secession from what was once called one of the most humanitarian of legislative acts. Referred to as Proposition 107 or HCR 2019, affirmative action had been assailed by many Arizona politicians as causing an environment of so-called gender and ethnic inequality. What was disappointing, however, was the fact that such redefinition of an intended equality-enabling act was not heavily contended by human rights activists or by legislators who obviously would have seen the mistake made by affirmative action's enemies. What we find fascinating is a growing national reluctance of academics, civil rights activists and ers to defend or at least properly define a constitutional act, which was meant to guarantee equality for all gender and minority groups. What seems to have been overlooked was the fact affirmative action never meant quotas, though it was repeatedly labeled as such. What it meant was the enforcement of the right to be treated equally, for consideration of jobs, promotions, etc. Yet, once again, what seems to be a conservative move"':t ment throughout America used the words of affirmative w action to vilify its intentions. If such blatant misrepresen CJ tation of the truth continues, we fear for the future of American Democracy. Go Figure, light Rail I could be wrong, but I firmly believe that in de fending the one cent light rail tax, voters didn t vote against light rail. Instead, they voted against the uncertain, Godknows-what plan for the light rail. Voters were being asked to vote now and get the details later. County vote rs weren't buy ing that idea. The proof is demonstrated by how soundly the tax was defeated. Granted, a light rail system is needed in both the county and the city. Yes, we need more bu ses and improved bus service Nobody doubts that. What voters want the light rail braintrust to do is to go back to the drawing board and come up with a sound business plan for the light rail, complete with details. The light rail tax will be back before the voters within the next two years. That is plenty enough time for the proponents of the light rail to come up with a plan. Mayor Pam Iorio was an adamant advocate for the one cent sales tax for the light rail. Her tenure as mayor comes to an end in March of 2011. The light rail would do it self a v ery big favor if they wo uld try to talk Mayor Iorio into taking a job as the consultant for putting together a complete plan or package to sell voters on be fore it is put up for vo te. Mayor Iorio is well aware of the questions po-James McCune Smith: First Protessionallv Educated Black Doctor 11813-18651 I magin e s pending your en tir e 91 years as a white woman onl y to wake up and r ealize your great grandfather was sure-enoug h a Black m an. Well that's what h appe n e d to an entire family. Desce nd a nts of Dr. James McCune Smith, the first ed ucated Black doctor in Amer i ca, w ho thought they were French English ana Iri s h dis covered that they h ad Black ancestry. As documented by Censu s data Dr. Smith's v.rife and four surviving c hildren passed for whit e after his death in 1865. The good news is the family was so elated to know that they were related to Dr. Smith that they ce lebrated b y placing flowers and a beautiful headston e on hi s unmarked grave at th e Cypress Hills Cemetery in Brooklyn Dr. James McCune Smith was born to an emanci pated Black mother and white merchant father in New York City He attended and gradu ated from the famous Mrican Free School (founded by wealthy whites to provide edu cation to children of s la ves and fr ee men) where he excelled as a n exceptionally bright stu dent. Denied admission to several American colleges, Smith en rolled in the University of Glasgow in Scotland In 183 7, h e g r a duated at the top of his class a nd completed an intern ship in Paris. Upon returning to America h e was \Velcomed b y a larg e c rowd of Blacks who celebrat ed his achievements. Smith opened a practice in New York and became the only doctor of the Free Negro Or phan Asylum for a period of 25 years. Having begun abolitionist work while in Scotland, as a member of the Glasgow Eman cipation Society Smith soon became a member of the American Anti Slavery Soci ety; helped Frederick Douglass establish the National Council of Colored People and became a key organizer of New York s resistance to the Fugi-tential voters were asking. She is well aware of their concerns. She is aware of the need to get CSX railroad on board with the project. All of these things need to be worked on and resolved before the issue is put on the ballot again. What it will really cost to build the system, can Eminent Domain be used to acquire the land needed to build the system? Where will the system run? What can we tell voters about how they will benefit totally by the presence of the system? Someone working on the light rail system full time will certainly produce a plan better than the last one. It should be clear b y now that voters, for a penny sales tax, will not buy any twominute drill concocted plan that is almost a detail-less ballot initiative. My advice to those pushing the penny sales tax for the light rail is to get it right and bring it back. tive Slave Act. As a writer and essa yist, Smith wrote passionatel y about common misconcep tions about race, intelligence medicine and society in gen eral. He also wrote the introduc tion to Frederick Douglass' s second autobiography, My Bondage and My Freedom (1855), an essay refuting slave owners arguments of slave in feriority in Thomas Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia" and essays for national medical journals Though appointed as a pro fessor of anthropology at Wilberforce College Ohio, the oldest Black College in Amer ica Smith was too ill to take the position. Dying two y ears later of congestive heart fail ure Smith left a wife and children who later began passing for white. Obviousl y, they never told a n y one (including their chil dren) of their Black ancestry. Because of Smith' s dedica tion to educating Black chil dren his children all became school teachers la wyers and business professionals. But it would take Greta Blau, Smith's great-great-great gra ndd aughter to discover the race-connection while she was conducting research for a New York history class at Hunter College. Today, a New York public school is named in Dr. Smith's honor. Harambee!


__ F_a_s_t ______________________ HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--Your luck shifts thi s year as you enter a more relaxed cycle Handl e any stress with e x ercise and medita tion. Intuition guid e s decisions and conversations. The girls part ner with y ou to create delightful soci a l events to remember. Scorpio {Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Obstacles dissolve as you get into action divin g in with y our natural talents Everyone agree s that you re on the right track. Th i s one's e asy Sagittarius {Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You've been dreaming a bout fortunate change s for f a mily members. Toda y s omething will shift here. Use your influence to direct the boat with the tide. Capricorn {Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-The group fla unts th e ir bril liant ideas with great enthusi asm. Everyone's prepar e d to work hard to create the most positive outcome A fema le takes cha rge Aquarius {Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Without any high-energy ac tivities y ou s till get a gre a t deal accomplished Small tasks flow into larger ones and soon you see the end of the tunnel. Pisces {Feb. 19-March 20) Harmony is restored toda y when you imagine that all things are possible and then take action You get powerful help from a surprising source. Aries {March 21-April19)-Your energy goes in three directions at once, but it's okay Details come together and you achieve goals quicker than you thought possible Taurus {April 2o-May 20)-A female associate obsesses over finishing a project that just isn't quite ready. Everyone needs to complete their part first. Divert her attention. Gemini {May 21-June 21)-Energy flows among your asso ciates easily toda y Clever ideas m ee t chee rful agreement. You see how the final product can d e velop. S e t prioriti es Cancer {June 22-July 22) Wh a t eve r y ou try t o day goes more smoothly than y ou thought possible. You have just th e right ideas to persuade others Go for the gold Leo {July 23-Aug. 22) Careful communication c r ea tes a smoother flow today. Gentle questioning reveals otherwise hidden motives. Then everyone s agendas meld like shuffling a deck of cards. Virgo {Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You feel pressure to prepare for a social event of great importance Step up the glam and write the speech in advance Practice it in the mirror. Libra {Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Lacking high energy conditions around you still allow for forward progress Imagine getting to gether with coworker s for a p a rty to cele br a te SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN -JR taunts Caleb about hi s relation s hip with Asher; Colb y finds Asher con s cious; R y an conclude s that David tried to set him up for murder and mu s t search for evid e nce. Asher tells Caleb he wants to make his life h ell; R y an agr ees t o le t Greenlee come with him to find Pearson ; Liza gives Jackson a warnin g Erica tells Caleb not to give up hope on Asher ; Ash e r a c c u ses JR o f u sing him; Erica makes an offer to R y an and Greenlee. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Ta y lor t e lls Whip th a t s he 's concerned about Thomas working with Brooke ; Hope unint e ntion ally implies to Oli v er that their relationship might not b e over ; Brooke agree s to go along with Thoma s' publici ty stunt. Thom as a nd Brooke s publicity stunt stuns th e c rowd ; Dayzee vis it s a r ec up e r a t ing Stephanie, who offers her a job at Forre s t e r Cr eati ons; Thom as admits to Taylor the true reason behind hi s action s at th e pr evie w Ridge doubts Brooke s innocence which lead s Brooke to panic; Thomas comes to Brooke s defense ; Stephanie counsels Ridge on how to handle Brooke s latest scandal. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Vivian is re s cued from the sarcopha gus; Kate tells Melanie that Chloe lies about everything; Justin plays a video of Arianna, who discusses her will; Chad reveals to Will that he received a birth certificate in the mail which names Stefano as his father. Nicole goes through Arianna s belongings to find the truth; Maggie panics in the sarcophagus ; Roman announces there s a new witness in Arianna's hit-and-run case; Chloe suddenly goes into labor. Melanie's forced to play delivery nurse for Chloe ; Rafe pledges his commitment to his future with Sami; Nicole watches Sami s full confession on Arianna s camera ; Marco brings EJ bad news; Victor and Brady discover Gus has escaped GENERAL HOSPITAL Carly continues to push Spinelli for more evidence of Brenda's past; Patrick tries to comfort Robin in the aftermath of the fire; Lisa makes a persuasive argument to Nik of her innocence. Brenda tells Jason the truth; Lulu confronts Dante about his past with Brenda ; Luke convinces Tracy to run away to Vegas. Olivia is stunned to catch Johnny conspiring with Carly; Luke, Tracy, Ethan and Maya wake up in a Vegas hotel with no memory of their drunken night ; Lucky is thrown to find Siobhan packing for Ireland. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Dorian holds a meeting of the Cramer women; Kelly admits she has a crush on Rex; Rex demands to know what Echo knows about his parents; Todd warns Nora about Inez. The judge gives Cole his sentence; Rex and Gigi might be growing apart; Cristian and Layla reunite John questions Natalie about her secret amniocentesis; Markko says good-bye to Langston and moves back to L A ; Layla may choose her career over her love for Cristian. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Jack can choose e ither Kyle or Phyllis; Heather wonders if Ronan is hiding more than just his past. Turmoil with the Newman family forces Nick to reevaluat e his priorities; Gloria causes problems for Kevin and Jeff Abby make s a decision !!bout her relationship with Daniel; Chloe and Kevin have a run-in with the police. Friends celebrating the winner of a "Mary Kay Cosmetics Car" were as follows: Madames Cynthia McRae, Clover Seiveright, Veronica Wilson, Evelyn Holloway, Pecola Fuller and Brenda White c z m 3: Ill m ::J:J N O """' 0 "TT r 0 ::J:J fJ) m z :! z m r Ill c: r r z "'C c: Ill c: Family members and friends in attendance at the Whitten-McAllister Wedding were as follows: Mrs. Brenda McAllister, Ms. Pamela McAllister, Rev. Theodore McAllister, Madames Lillie Sanders, Barbara Sanders and LaTonya Rice. \ \ lt An exciting Parisian Salon Show was attended by these two lovely ladies, Ms. Ilene Twiggs and Ms. AliciaRagins Brown. m < m ::J:J -< c: m fJ) c )> z c "TT :!! c


National N In India, Pres. Obama w Pushes u. s. Jobs z >"' <( c a: I'-. "'l''INDtA' .. !,,;t,'t :!:., 1'tih President Obama speaks at the U.S.-India Business Council and Entrepreneurship Summit on Saturday in Mumbai, India. MUMBAI, INDIA -Eager to fend off any criticism that he's globetrotting just days after a disastrous election, President Barack Obama unveiled about $10 Obama sa id at a meeting with busin ess l ea d e r s from th e U.S. and India. "For America, this is a jobs strategy." > billion in new contracts for U. S. exports to India on Satura: da y as he launched an aggres LL sive push to show his trip to Asia will deliver jobs back < home. Pres. Obama announced Saturday that about 54,000 U. S. jobs will be created by $10 billion in new contracts for the Indian government and pri vate companies h e re to buy a slew of American products, in cluding jet airplanes from Boe ing as well as engines and gas turbine technology from General Electric. "The United States sees c Asia, and especially India, as a ffi market of the future," Pres. ::::) t-w > w c w :t: (/) :J m ::::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough Councy Prosecutor-DepuTy Chief i WARREN LL 221-1800 1481 Tapa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ava. & scon St. -c h' ng of o la,o;,cr 1s J" CCCI\IOn :hJt should not be based so:c1, advcrtscmcnts Before ,ou dc:dc us to sen a ,c. 'REE ,o,r,t!CI1 nformot,on about quaLf1cJ:1ons and cxpcllcncc' Keith Olbermann suspended Over Political Donation$ Keith 01-bermann was suspended in definitely last Friday. The newsman's forced KEITH time off comes OLBERMANN for making campaign donations to three Democratic congressiona l candidates, apparently in vio l a tion of NBC News ethies policy. The announcement came in a one se ntence sta t e ment from MSNBC TV President Phil Griffin: I became awar e of Keith's political con tributions. B e ing mindful of NBC News policy and stan dards I have suspended him indefinitely without pay." MSNBC reports the dona tions were first reported b y the Politico website. Olbermann will return to work today (Tuesday). Woman Anempts To Kill Herself And Kids TIA THOMPSON A woman in Montgomery, Alabama, has been arrested after attempting to kill herself and her two children. Tia Thompson was ar rested after she allegedly attempted to kill both herself and her children by crashing into a pole after being notified that her welfare benefits would soon be expiring. Police reports state that of ficers were dispatched after re ceiving a report that a vehicle had crashed into a pole. When investigator asked her reasoning for causing th accident, Thompson repmt edly said "her welfare benefit were being suspended and since she didn't know how she would provide for her family, she felt that killing herself and the kids was the only way out. The two children, who were not restrained with seat belts, were taken to a lo ca l hospital and treated for minor injurie Thompson was booked and charged with att mpted murder, sh is currently b ing h eld on $2oo,ooo bond Oscar Grant's Killer Onlv Gets 2 Years ... A RIOT BREAKS OUT AT OAKLAND PROTEST JOHANNES MEHSERLE Killed OSCAR GRANT OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA--Johannes Mesherle, a former California transit po lice officer was sentenced Fri day to two years with credit for time served for killing Oscar Grant, an unarmed Black man in what a lawyer for the victim's family called "a punch in the stomach." Former Bay Area Rapid Transit officer Johannes Mehserle was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of 22-year-old Oscar Grant on New Year's Day in 2009. The shooting occurred after Grant was apprehended by Mehserle and colleagues for resisting arrests. According to reports and video surveillance, Grant was subdued when the ex-officer shot him in the back wh ich subsequently led to his death which from the video looks like cold blooded murder. Mehserle claimed he was reaching for his t aser. With its verdict, the jury de clined to convict him of sec ond-degree murder or voluntary, which would have carried lengthi r sel'ltences. police car and lit a dumpster on fire. An estimated 700 people gathered at the Fruitvale Bay Area Rapid Transit station to protest the shooting of Oscar Grant III by BART police. The group left the station and marched down International Boulevard in Oakland. Police was forced to respond to the crowd in riot gear after acts of van dalism and fires brakes out. Police marched down the street to confront protestors as the march got out of hand There were unconfirmed re ports that police fired tear gas into the crowd. The crowd then chanted, "No justice, no peace!" Protesters booed when Leslie Littleton, Dellums deputy chief of staff, read a statement at the station demonstration from Dellums in which the mayor said," Our entire community grieves at the of Oscar Grant Ill" and "I am profou ndly saddened by the turn of events that resulted in the loss of a young man's life?" which has left a famil and a c9mmu nity." The protesters said they think that Dellums should have been at the rally to speak for him:.Self. Grant's motl1er Wanda Johnson, pleaded with Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert Perry to impose the 14 years in prison, calling Mehserle "a murderer." 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Birthda_y Greeting J.D. October 31 FYI VICTORIA October 16 May God bless y'all, J. D. and Victoria on October 16th an d 31st a nd protect y'all with many more blessings From, your l ovi n g famil y School Choice Parent Information Meetings Planned The Hillsborough County Public School Choice Offic e will host meeting s about th e CHOICE Program in upcom ing weeks. Par ents a r e en couraged to attend the meetings off ered in their re spective areas to learn more ab ou t the program and the application process The meeting s for the first application period are taking place between November 4th and January 7th. The process to apply during the first ap plication period begins on December 1 st. Transportation for the School Choice Program is provided in the region the chi l d lives How eve r it ma y b e limit e d or un availab l e in some areas. During th e application pe riod, parents can obtain an application and apply onlin e if the child resides in Hills borough County. For more information call (813) 272-4692 or visit the website at htm: 1/choice .m ys dhc.org. Hillsborough Countv Census Response Count Exceeds National Average With existing resources and no special funding Hillsborough County 2010 Census questionnaire mail return rate s exceeded the na tional and state response rates. According to the U. S. Cen sus Bureau, the final 2010 Census National Mail Partic ipation Rate in J-Iillsborough County was 75%. That was more than the national re sponse rate (74%) and the Florida response rate (74%). It also is a vast improvement over the County's Census 2000 response rate of 70%. Hillsborough County Com missioner Rose Ferlita chaired the Hillsborough County Complete Count Committee. Hillsborough County s Liaisons repre senting the Aflican-Ameri can, Asian American Disabled, and H i spa nic com muniti es, were the central core for outreach to thos e r e spective communities. Sandra Sroka, ADA Affairs Liaison and Joyce Russell, African-American Affairs Liaison, w ere instru mental in compiling a team of Coordinating Committee Member s comprised of com munity leaders in business education, community based organizations, recruit ing, faith based lo cal government and the media I lollo\N I,., ()II hvill AI ( IH'n I ,,. bonl, -" 111. VV\NVV,I\Nilltt.(utn/1 I Sl N II Nil U [:1] ....r'- Leopards 01 Serenitv Seeks To Serve Others c z 0 < m 3: m When the ladi es of Leop ards of Serenity, l ed by Lisa Robinson, started th eir or ga niz at ion a few years ago, their so l e purpose was to reach out an d help someone in the community. Th e g roup wanted to espe cially h e l p grandparents rais in g their grandch ildr e n They ve h elped families in Centra l Park Village and Robles Park wit h Christmas holiday gifts, clothing and sometimes food. Even though times are lean this year, Mrs. Robinson says the group of l adies i s hoping to reach at l east 3 families. They re in the process of select i ng families they will serve thi s year. USA ROBINSON To help with finances, the group h as planned a holida y dance, which will be held on Saturday, December 11, 2010, 7:30 p m. at Wellswood Civic Association Center 4806 W. m :::c Wishart Blvd. (at Rome Ave). (0 In addition to the donation being asked, those who at-tend are asked to bring a o new, unwrapped toy. The Leopards of Serenity invites the 25 years old and older crowd to join them at this Leopard event There will be a Leopard Dress Con test for the best dressed lad y and man in Leopard outfits. Prizes will be awarded. "We'r e trying to get .the word out early so those who don t have their Leopard can start looking for it now," Mrs. Robinson said. For more information, con tact Mrs. Robinson at (813) 928-4074 State Approves lower Rates For TECO 'T1 r-0 :::c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, th e Florida Pub lic Service Commission ap proved a request by Tampa Electric Company (TECO) that will resu lt in lowering e l ectric bills The new rate s go into effec t in January 2011. Rick Morera, Senior Spokesperson for Tampa Electric said the decrease in th e fuel ch arge is based on l ower costs for fuel and pur c h ased po wer that Tampa E l ectric experienced during th e first six months of 2010. "As a result a 1 o oo kilowatt-hour monthl y residen tial bill be $ 107.02, a $5.7 1 overall reduction. Addition ally commercial and industrial customers will see reductions of approximate l y 5-75 and 7 50 percent, re spectively on their total bills," Morera sa id. A dditi o n ally, he stated that TECO is currently awaiting approval for two new pro grams that will help low-in come residents by offering things to help reduce energy usage. With the upcoming winter season Morera suggested ways that residents ma y be able to reduce their electric bills. "This is a great time of year C for residents to ask for en-ergy audits in advance of the, cold weather. They can call ::::! and a representative will come out, check the in suia -rtion in the attic check doors windows, a nd the beating r-runit to make sure it is oper-m ating effectively. This audit is ::::! free all the y have to do is call and schedule an appoint-C: ment," Morera said. Anyone interested in ob taining the energy audit can contact Tampa Electric Com pany during business hours !:2 a t (813) 223-0800. m c C/) J: m c < -1 c: We Salute Our Service Men And Women Enlistees In Service To Countrv c Complete Training Programs Sev e ral form e r members of th e comm uni ty who h ave e nlis t e d in the military r ec ntl y grad u ated. After comp l e ting their training th e e nlist ees are now pre pared to pursue futur e e ndeavors Anthony T. Maldonado. has graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserve Officer 'Training Corps) Leader De velopment and Assessment Course a l o known as "Oper ation Warrior Forge, at Fort Lewis, in Tacoma, Washing ton Cadets in their junior and senior yea r of college must comp l ete the l eadership de velopment cours Upon s ucc ssfu l comp l tion of the course, the ROTC program a nd g raduation from coll ege, cadets are comm i ssion d as se-cond lie utenants in the U. S. Army National Guard, or Re erve. He is the son of Ray'7 mond and Darcie Maldonado, ofTampa. Maldonado graduated in 2006 from Plant High School and received a Bach e lo r's degree in 2010 from the Citade l Military College of South Carolina Pfc. Cody D. Mills has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Co lumbia, SC. He is the son: of Dee Mills, and the grandson of Roger Mills, of Ruskin. Mills graduated in 2010 from Gaither High School. MondaySaturday 8A.M.-7P.M. Sunday By Appt ONLY ials!!! We Also Do Sew-In Weaves


0 College Hill Group Celebrates 24 Years 01 Service Hillsborough County Branch NAACP President, Dr. Carolyn Collins. Attending the meeting were Carla Gant and Debra Wallace. On Wednesday, October 20th, the College Hill Crime Watch Group celebrated their 24th year of service to East Tampa One of the original members, Mrs. Queen Miller, said she remembers when the group started. The senior citizens would go to church on fir s t Sunday and would come back home to find C their monthly supply of groC: ceries gone The meat was the LL C biggest target but clothing was State Representative Betty Reed talked to the crowd about the vital issues that lie ahead. z also stolen < c CJ) w ::;) 1-> a: w > w c w :::t: CJ) :::i m ::;) D.. z tu ...1 ...1 ::;) 10 ...1 w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...1 LL We sent a petition to Governor Rueben Askew to get help to end the crime in our community He put all law en forcement to work to clean up our neighborhood in 10 day s. It was done. We have never had it like that again. Now we are able to survive with God watching over us all. Starting in 2011, Mrs. Miller will attend the monthly meet ings only to give support to the new leade r s. (Photos By Brunson Photography) Mrs. Queen Miller announces this will be her last year as an officer for the Crime Watch group. First Baptist Church of College Hill and Tampa Family Health Centers Free Health Screenings Blood Sugar Choluterol Blood Preaure H1V CHve a wa.ysll Line Dancfngll Free Diabetes Classes Bring the KIDS/I Vkleo Dance Revolution GirZ. Scout. GfJb for KIDS November.13 2010 !O:OOAM -3:00 PM Abe Brown's Ministries 2921 29th Street, Tampa, FL A FBCCII Health & Wellness Ministry Yolanda Trigg and City Council candidate, Lynette "Tracy" Judge were at the meeting. Robert Upshaw attended the meeting. Crime Watch Chairman, David Denson, and William Knowles. Meetings Middleton Class 011965 The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will meet at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library (formerly College Hill), 2607 E. Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., on Monday, November 15, 2010, 6:30 p. m. All classmates are encouraged to attend. Class 011912 Members of the Class of 1972 are invited to meet on Saturday, November 13, 2010, 3 p. m. at the Elks Lodge, 2910 E. Columbus Dr. Middleton Class Ol1972n3 The Middleton Class of 1972/73 will meet Saturday, November 13, 2010 at the North Tampa Branch Library, 8916 North Blvd. (Tampa, 33604), 2-4 p. m. One of the items up for discussion will be the Christmas Extravaganza on December 17, 2010. For additional information, please call (813) 377-6600. HOPE Comminee Planning Meeting The HOPE Justice Ministry Team Assembly was held at the St James House .of Prayer Episcopal Church. The group was putting the final touches on plans for the 22nd Annual Convention on November 8, 2010 at Allen Temple AME Church 2101 N Lowe St. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Rev. Dr. Robert Gibbs, Clakia Dennis and Bob Trimble. Rev. Joe Johnson, Vice Pres-CliffNeuffer, Corresponding ident. Secretary.


JAMES L. GREEN, JR. Basileus, Pi Iota Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. James L. Green, Jr., the new Basileus of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Pi Iot a Chapter, announced that the organization is hosting a week of Achievement Activi ties, through November 13, 2010. All events are open to the public. The week began with serv ices on Sunday (Nov. 7th) at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, pastor. During the service, awards were presented for the Citizen of the Year Judge Marva L. Crenshaw; Supe rior Service, Brother Sam Jones; and Omega Man of the Year, Brother Aswad Hodges. The free educational pro-VA Hospital Hosts Veterans' DavParade The James A. Haley Veteran's Hospital is honoring Veterans on November 11 with a parade, ceremony, and cook out. The event will take place at the Fisher House, 13000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. The parade begins at 10 a.m. More than 20 veteran and civic groups will participate march in the parade. Antique cars will be on display in the hospital parking lot and the cookout will follow the cere mony. Checl< Us Out On Facebook f gra m on Monday, November 8, 2010, 6-8 p.m., was h e ld at the HOPE Center, 4902 N. 22nd St. (across from Middle ton). The Omega Lecture Se ries will feature discussion on Carter G. Woodson, Ph.D., Father of Black History Month, and Frederick Douglass. Light refr esh ments were served. Some of Tampa's best poets will participate in Black On Black Rhyme Tampa," Tues day Nov. 9, 2010, 9-11 p. m. at th e Blue Shark, 1502 E. yth Ave. On Wednesday, Nov. 10th, Network For Succ ess," SAS8 p. m. at th e Independent Black Chamber of Comm erce even t at Fifth Third Bank, 2602 E. Hillsborough Ave. Robert Buck had no back ground in fashion when h e started the Habari Clothing Company in 2003. He was a student at Florida A&M Uni versity and doing quite well. I just lost inter es t in sc hool and I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. That's when I r e turned to my h ome town of Mobile, Alabama and got into the music business. In Mobile, Buck met a tailor a nd talked to him about mak ing sorrie customized gear for his a rtist s and hims elf. In doing that, the t a ilor lik e d what I was asking him t o do and a s k e d m e to work with him in d es i gning cus tomiz ed products. From left to right: Jovan Black, Robert Buck, and David Gay. some area stores, E-Man, University Mall, and Empire Street Wear in Tallahassee. "We also have our clothing in Phat Caps in Nashville, Tennessee. Jazz musician s will perform live on Friday night Nov 12th, 7:30 -10:30 p. m. for Friday Night Jazz at Marti Maceo Hall 1226 E. yth Ave. Later, I decided to crea te a clothing line, a nd wa nted to relate to somet hin g new. I did s ome sea rching and wanted some thin g of African descent. That's when I came ac ro ss the name Habari Gani (Swahili for new)." busin e ss deal didn t go thro ugh. A friend Ray Spann, pu s h e d me to design casual apparel and to me it was a tall task because the market i s so com petiti v e and y ou need a lot of money." "T1 Sales have been picking up r and thanks to David and 0 The week of events rounds out Saturday Nov. 13, 2010 \vith a clothes and shoes drive for Haiti. Drop off s hoes and clothing 9 a. m. -12 p. m at Curtis Brown s Accounting Service 2110 E. Genesee St. (at 22nd St.) Buck said after visiting a trade show in Atlanta, h e re jected a bu s ines s de a l and lat e r moved t o Tampa. I was disappointed th e Buck created some designs and he and Spann thought it was great and had a lot of po tential. He was also fortunate eno ugh to get involved in Tampa Bay Fashion Week. Now, thanks to Spann, David Gay, and his artist, Jovan Black, Hab a ri i s in Jovan, we ve been able to go on-line with it. We re also looking at going into Atlanta. Buck said the y have a full line now and they are plan ning a runwa y show and a J ovan Black release event for Novembe r 13th Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website -Now With On-line Advertising And More!" www.flsentinel.com Americans enjlW becmtse of the cou.rQ(18 a..W ooaication of our Veterans. On this Veterans DtQJ1 we salute the brave men mW women Who have serveb our cou.ntey mW oofewoo our nation. GOO Bless OUr Veteram a..W Gob Bless Americal RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Jeffnw L Rbooes Da'lJ0 L :NOrthern Jr., USAF (Ret) Rhodes & Northern -Owned and Operated :-301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Phone: 813.253.3419 Fax: 813.251.4912 Email: raywllllamsfhverlzon.net www.raywllllamsfuneralhome.com ., ::!:! c )> en m z :j z m r CJ c: r r m :j z "'C c: m r c;; ::::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c 'TI ::rl 6


Local Game Fridav Night: w m w > 0 z >= <( Blake/Middleton Rivalrv To Bring The Past And Present Together c en w :J t-BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The 2010 Heritage C l assic football game between Howard W. Blake and G. S. Middleton High School has a specia l historical s ignificance this year. For the first time in the his tory of either school the game will played on the campus. This year, the game will be played at the Yellow Jacket Stadium. Blake principal Jackie Haynes, and Middleton principal, Owen Young, had be e n very active in promoting this year' s game and have formed an alliance with th e ir school's alumni associations Having the game at the sc hool sites a nd getting alumni involved will h e lp bring back the zeal of the rivalry ," said C Young. fE For Blake our alumni have 0 never had the chance to have z this game on campus," said <( Mrs. Haynes. Now, they will have that c home feel. This will give it that ffi closeness that' s been missin g :J in the past. t-Young said they want to encourage the alumni groups of w both schools to step up. > I thinkthis will ge t th e m to W pla y a more vital rol e in th e e ducational proces s at both :I: schools. The key will be us connecting. m "This game is so important, :J because of the history We ll. must embrace that and u se Z that history. Today's player s don't have that connection." w ...J Mrs. Haynes said they oft-...J en talk about the history of iE Blake and Middleton. ...J We do as much as we can W about the history and making sure that connection remains z strong. As principals, it's up to W us to make sure that history en stays alive. Young said Tiger alumni a: haven't stepped up as well as 0 they'd like, and they want to ...J build a more cohesive partnerLL. ship. 0 ..... w (!) "We both expect our team to win. We ve won 6 of 7 and the trophy is at Middleton and we e xpect it to stay there. Mrs. Haynes said they will Blake Principal Jackie Haynes, and Middleton Principal, Owen Young. pick up the winning strea k and they have great coac h es and students getting sc holarship opportunities This is not jus t another foot ball game. It means so m uc h to so many people all over th e c ity We both ex pect it to b e hi s torical. Bla ke Alumni Pr eside nt Ronald Adams (Cla ss Of 1965) said th e r e's no doubt Blak e will win the game. A bet has been m a d e that th e loser s will wear the shirts of th e winn e rs. Fred Hearns a Middleton a lumni accepted the b e t and both princ ipal s agreed. Thi s game is very important. Going back to a packed Phillip s Field thi s will be the first time the game will be pla yed in an environment that will put both schools close." Adams said b e ing th e only Black high schools, th e students during that time know how important thi s game is and he's happy that all of the alumni classes are getting in vo lved. "The Class of 1965 will be wearing special tee-shirts and Class of 1970 said they will do something special. "Our alumni group has expanded within the past year to more than 100 m e mbers. We re actively involved in helping all of the sports at Blak e th e entire year." Adams said toda y's students have t o unde r stand h ow im portant thi s is and many won t realize it until later on. We 'v e been completely in vo lve d in promoting this game, and we ar e totally committed. We will make this as successful as it was in th e past. "We 'v e worked all summer o n making this game a big oc casion a nd we 've organized all kinds of eve nts and ac tivities lik e step s hows The Middleton Athletic Boo s ters will have a Family R e union T ailgat e eve nt at Mid dleton High School from 12 p.m until 3 p.m. on the day of the game. A title sponsor for this year's game will be Blake alum Michelle B. Patty. 'Tm proud as an alumnus and to be a part of a special re cog nition for the late Rev Abe Brown and Mr. C Blythe Andrews, Jr. All of the alumni need to come out for this game. For the first time in the his tory of either schoo l so many special events and activities have been put in place, and ifs up to us to make this game bigger than any other in the city or county This is our chance to set the standard." Tickets for the game are $s.oo and will not be sold during the game. You can only purchase tickets at either s'?Jlool prior to the game. Computer Mentors launches New Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently approved funding will allow more than 350 students to benefit from a new computer program. Computer Mentors Group, Inc. will provide the service to students enrolled in the Hillsborough County Public School District. Ralph Smith, Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, said the Florida Department of Education, (FLDOE) is providing the funding for the STEM 360 Program. STEM 360 will provide up to 360 students with a structured after school program. The program will feature science exploration and technology that will result in measurable and significant improvement in educational outcomes for the students. The schoo l s will recommend students to participate i n the program. However, they must attend one of the target schools which are Memorial Middle School, Van Buren Middle School, and Young Middle Magnet School. The program will kick off on January 1 2011. "This _program is designed to b e beneficial for those students having the most difficulty in science and technology. I recommend that parents who are interested in having their children participate contact the RALPH SMITH ... Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc. site coordinators at the partici pating schools," Smith said. Those students chosen will meet weekly for two hours of tutoring and two hours oflabs. The science and technology labs who have been aligned with the Florida Sunshine State Standards. The students will use technology and multimedia, along with context learning and hands-on experi ments. Smith said the program will answer the urgent need for more math a,nd science assistance for those students with the most needs. The program will offer employment for residents in the communities. For additional visit the website at ww\v com putermentors.org. USF To Honor Those Who Hav. e Served USF will honor the members of the U S Armed Forces in cluding USF student veterans, by hosting three days of special pro gramming prior to Veterans Day on Nov. 11 The specia l salute will culminate on Wednesday, Nov. 10 with a Veteran's Day Cere mony featuring a precision land ing on campus by the U. S Special Operations Command Parachute Team, the Para-Com mandos ; (weather permitting) and keynote address by Lieutenant General Martin R. Steele, U. S. Marine Corps (Ret .). The inaugural Veterans Week began on Monday Nov. 8, at 6:30p.m., with a presentation of Into the Fire by interna tional touring company, Had to Be Productions. Based on true life testimonies Into the Fire is a two-person play that examines the struggles of returning veter ans with disabilities and combat related trauma. The free performance is open to the public and will take place at 6:30p.m. in the Marshall Stu dent Center, room 2708. On Tuesday, November 9th the USF Student Veterans Association will host a chili cookoff on Tuesday, Nov. 9, from 12 p.m. -3 p.m. in the Student Services Building Breezeway Prizes will be awarded for the top five recipes. The highlight of the week's programming will be the Vet eran's Day Ceremon y that will take place on Wednesday, Nov 10 in the Marshall Student Cen ter Amphitheater. Prior to the formal program at 11 a.m., the SO OM Paraclmte Team from MacDill Air Force Base will stage lf precision Umding in the Martin Luther King Plaza west lawn at approximately 10:4sa.m. The ceremony will include remarks by U. Gen. Steele, USF President Judy Genshaft and the Executive Director of USF's Joint Military Leader ship Center, Maj. Gen. Luis Visot The public is invited and refreshments will be served follow ing the PI."?gram.


Local ffi Rallv In The Park Several organizations worked tire l ess l y during this e le c tion seaso n to e ncour age c itiz e ns to get out a nd vote. Hundreds converged on Belmont Heights Littl e L eag u e Park on October 23,.2010 for a rall y and continued to the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Libr ary to early vote. (Photography by BRUNSON) Left to right: Janice Carter, Les and Gwen Miller at Belmont Heights Little League Park. Representing the Coalition of 100 Black Women: Rhuetelia Bradford, Luvator Nelson, Janice S. London (President), and Sharon West. Jarvis El-Amin and Clovis Watson, Sr. Radio show hosts Jetie Wilds, Jr. and Hakim "The Dream" Aquil. Hillsborough County Branch NAACP Vice-President, Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr. Marvin Knight, center, and Oriental Fish Market served refreshments. Lynette Lewis on the campaign trail. These parkgoers are: Frank Reddick, Robin Lockett, Corey "King Cobra" Felton, Michelle B. Patty, Michelle A. Holloway and Dianne Hart. Friday, November 12, 2010 "Bo\'A for the Troops" Bowing Affair locaffon: Terrace Sports Sunday, November 14, 5311 E. Busch Blvd. "Pray fQtthe Troops" Service Tampa, Fl33617 LocatiOn: Allen Temple A.M. E. ChlKCh Time: 7:30pn}-11 :OOpm 2101 Lowe Street. Tampa. R. 33605 Entry fee: $1 Oper person/ $35 team (up to 4) Time: 11 AM Service Each attendee to donate non-perishable or toiletry vmlch wtl be donated to support wounded and active duty Militory personnel. For Tickets Or More Information Visit www.tampametrodst.org or www. tampasigmas.com 'I en c z 0 < m s: Dl m ::rJ <0 m < m ::rJ < c: m en c )> z c "11 c .... ....


a: w m w Victorv Celebrations For Les Miller And Janet Cruz Newly elected County Commissioner Les Miller and r e e lec ted State Representative Janet Cruz held victory celebrations Tuesday evening after the polls 'closed. Z Miller and his supporters gathered at M a rti-Maceo Club and Cruz gathered with h e r supporter s at a West Tampa restaurant. (Photos by Julia Jackson) 0 .------------------------------------------. en w ::::> 1-0 a: LL 0 z w 0 w en :J m ::::> Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m ...J w z GULF RIDGE COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AM ERICA 13228 North Central Ave Tampa Fl33612 Boy Scouts of America Whitney M. Young, Jr. Luncheon Thursday, November 11,2010 Carrabba's 700 N. Dale Mabry Hwy i= 2010 Honoreet: Ms. AJberta Reed of First Bapti s t C hurch of College Hill iij and Mr. Ernest Hooper St. P et ersburg Times column.i t en 2010 Speaker: Sidney Morgan CEO ofWNGM Consulting Group For more information, call Halvem Johnson at 813-245-9687 0 ...J LL Annu"L r"LL Saturday, November 13th at 11 :00 a.m. Tampa Marriott Westshore Blvd. erne: Nfmpacting Youth Through EducationN Featuring Fashions From The Exclusive Ann's Favorite Boutique There will be a Raffle, Vendors, Door Prizes and a Weekend For Two at the Marriott ,...,cma1nons Benefit The Mary E. McCullough Scholarship Fund For Tickets You May Call (813) 253-5935 (813) 258-3663 Pearl C. Coffee, Reporter Euie o.: Robers on, l'raid,nt Derlyn Glover at the Miller Victory gathering. Ms. Mingo. State Representative Betty Reed, right, congratulated Representative Janet Cruz. Jackie Hearns and Edward Akins. Aiberto Lopez and Dora Brown. Dr. Aaron Smith and Herman Monroe at the Miller Victory Celebration. Mille r's family members include: Thomas, Jr. and LeJean Harper, Les Miller, III, Thomas Harper, Sr. and Tempest Harper.


Sports m Bethune-Cookman Celebrates Homecoming The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats had a great homecoming with the football team recording a 40_-20 victory over Delaware State. Th e next games will b e a MEAC challenge for the 'Cats (Photos By Julia Jackson) Claude Adams, Tampa B-CU Alumni, and nephew of the Andrews family. Sabrina of Tampa was in Daytona for homecoming. Members of the Bethune-Cookman Wildcat football team. Professors enjoying the homecoming game and seeing their students were: Dr. Robert Douglous, Professor of Math; Dr. Ann Taylor-Green, Dean of Academics, and Dr. Robert Williams, Professor of Humanities. Clee Kight with Zeta Alumni of Miami, .Julia Simmons. 00 n 1 ._ t I BETHUNE-c ,_.:;/. Celebrating her class reunion ((::lass of 1970) nrc Tumpu a .lumni Jackie and Birdie Underwood. Dr. Evelyn Bethune, granddaughter of Mary McCleod Bethune and author of "Bethune," a book of her grandmother who is the founder and president of Bethune-Cookman University. Tampa Alumni, proud pappa Anthony D epress. Past Queen (Ms. BCC), and Tumpa Alumni, Gina Putty Sanders. Tampa alumni. Andrew Diggs. Tnmpn Middleton gnlduate, Joe White, was on the disublcd list for the homecoming game, but is genring up for the next gnmc. Football Night At 'The Spot' c z m s: OJ Friends and strangers gathered for a football night Sunday m celebration at The Spot. (Photos By Julia Jackson) J:J <0 Mattrick Lester was at The Spot. The Spot welcomed the ladies as Tammy was in the house. KalRoy was ready for the party to start at The Spot. Visiting Tampa Bay is BO.T Davis. : J 1 .. I -' --' .\ .. The Voire ofOur Conununit_ Speaking for Itself .. 11 (813) 248-1921 St (Chipco & 26th St ) Saturday, November 20, 201 0 2:00 P.M. Deadline For Registration & Money Is November 13, 2010 $1 00 Per Team 1st Place -$600 2nd Place -$300 3rd Place -* ... -"T1 r-0 :!:! (/) m z :::j z m r-aJ c:: r rm :::j z ..... w


Bucs Comeback Falls Shon Against Falcons C Buccaneers running back LeGarrette Blount (27) tries to sigff naltst down after be was stopped on 4tb-and-1. c To an of the armchair quarterbacks out there, I'm a sure many of you had a difcn ferent play called when the Bucs were trailing 27-21 an d ._, on the Falcon goal line read y to score. W However, the Buccaneer [i coaching staff had that 0 r espo n sib ility and w h e th e r running back LeGarrett en Blount got the needed yard :J or not is pointless. The referees saw it short, and the C.: Atlanta Falcons took over. The Bucs fell behind quickti ly Sunday in Atlanta, 14-0, before Buc quarterback :l Josh Freeman hit m Arrelious Benn in the end irl zone and put the Bucs on the board. !z Later, wide receiver Mike W Williams pulled in the ball on a slant pattern and ran 58 c yards for the second Bucs 0: touchdown. Even the 0 ...J LL Buccaneer special teams chipped in with a score when Michael Spurlock when 89 yards with a kickoff r eturn for a touchdown. With the score 27-21 in th e fourth quarter, th e Bucs s uc cessfully drove th e ball down the field and got to the Falcon o n e ya rd lin e That's where the game would be won or lo s t and unfortun a t e ly f o r the !3ucs, it was lost. Although the Buc s (5-3) weren t able to pull out a victory, their defense played outstanding in the second half, and forced Falcon quarterback Matt Ryan into some hurried throws. The Falcons (6-2) now have sole possession of first place in the NFC South and the Bucs will return hom e to face the Carolina Panthers who they defeated in their second game of the season in Carolina. Freeman finished 11 for 22 for 189 yards, two touchdowns and two interception s. *FLORIDA CLASSIC XXXI* November 20th Weekend Orlando, FL All-Inclusive Hotel, Ticket, &/or Party Packages "Come Enjoy The ULTIMATE 'Grown Folks Get-Away'/" Don't Miss ANY Of The Fun This Year ... "Come & Join US/" For Tickets, Hotel Information, and to Order Online: 813-988-9264 or VenomNatlon@aol.com Website: Baseball Hall Of Famer .Sparkv Anderson DiesAt76 SPARKY ANDERSON Sparky Anderson, the first major l eag ue manage r to win a World Series in both the American and National L eag ues died last week of complications from dementia, according to a statement released Thursday from his family. Anderson was 76. Charlie Villanueva savs Kevin Garnett Called Him A Cancer Patient CHARLIE VILLANEUV A vs. KEVIN GARNETI D etroit Pistons player Charlie Villanueva is making headlines after accusing Boston Celtic Kevin Garnett of calling him a cancer patient. Villanueva, who suffers from alopecia, says the com m ent was made during Tuesday s game between the teams. Both Garnett and The Piston were i ssued technical fouls during the third quar ter when the player says the trash talking comment was made. (8131 248 Tiger Finds Groove, Places Sixth In Shanghai Showing improvement in all aspects of his game, Tiger Woods closed with a 4-under-par 68 Sunday and tied for sixth in the WGCHSBC Champions at Sheshan Golf Club in Shanghai. H e finished with a 72-hole score of 7-under 281, 12 shots behind winner Francesco Molinari of Italy. After struggling to a 73 on Saturday, Woods produced seven birdies and three bogeys in the final round. He saved his best for last, touring the back nine in 4-under TIGER WOODS 32. It marked his third top-10 showing of the year. In his last four starts, W ood.s has finished 15th or lower. Abdui-Jabbar Not So Hot On Heat Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the NBA s all-time leading scorer, likes what he sees from the Lakers. Ever since the Miami Heat became the favorite to win the NBA championship next June, Abdul-Jabbar has been s haking his head. I think it's crazy, he said Frida y Miami doesn t have a team yet. The y' re still trying to find their identity. Th ey ve got a long way to go before they establish themse l ves. "Orlando and Boston, they've been there and they want to get back. Miami's KAREEM ABDUL-JAB BAR going to have their work cut out for them. And there's probably some other [East] teams that will emerge as the season proceeds. NBA Fines Cats' Jackson $50,000 CHARLOTTE, NC -Charlotte Bobcats guard Stephen Jackson became the latest target of the NBA' s crackdown on behavior when he was fined $50,000 on Saturday for verbally. abusing the referees after a lo ss to Detroit a night earli er. A defiant Jackson called the punishment undeserved and is considering an appeal. Jackson was hit with a technical foul by referee Steve Javie late in the third quarter Friday complaining he was fouled on a made basket. The fine was for his actions after the Pistons fin ished off a 97-90 victory. Jackson, though, said officials were "reading his lips," an account seconded by Charlotte Larry Brown. "I walked off the court upset about the outcome of the game," Jackson said. 'I guess they had a camera fol l owing me all the way to the The NBA docked repeat offender Stephen Jackson $so,ooo for verbal abuse of a ref. tunnel and I wasn t even in sight of the referees. I guess I can't talk to myself. I got fined for talking to myself. Brown sided with his player after Saturday's 91-88 loss to Orlando saying offi cials should show the same r es pect for the game that tlte league is d manding of play. e rs. Brown was also called for a technical foul on Friday


BEAUTY UNLIMITED NFL Cracks Down ; on Illegal Hits Myron Pryor was not penalized on the field for this hit on Brett Favre in WeekS. NEW YORK -The NFL fine d two New England Patriot s on Friday for hits on Brett Favre. Defensive tackle Myron Pryor was docked $7,500 for his hit that c ut the Minnesota q u arterback s chin. Patriots linebacker Gary Guyton was fined $7,500 for a roughin gthe-passer penal t y w hen h e unnecessarily struck Favre in the h ea d and neck area earl ier in the game. Tennessee defensive end Jason Babin was fined $20,000 for roughing San Diego QB Philip Rivers when h e unn ecessarily st ruck Rivers in th e kne e area. Two San Francisco 49ers linebackers were fined for hits on Denver quarterback Kyle Orton. Manny Lawson was docked $12,500 for roughing the passer, usin g his h e lmet t o h it Orton in th e c h est. Ahmad Brooks loses $10,000 for s trikin g Orton in the head a nd neck area. It a l so was hi s seco nd offense. Seahawks defensive end Chris Clemons was fined $7,500 for a late hit on Raiders quarterbac k Jason Campbell. Two Raid ers also were fined, inc luding g uard Robert Gallery for a late hit on Clemons that cost him $7,500. Rooki e l in ebacker Rolando McClain was hit for a $7,500 fine for grabbi n g Seahawks running back Justin Forsett b y the h e l met in an attempt t o tackl e him. The league has cracked dow n on ill ega l hit s and h as promised s u s pen s ion s for hi ts to the head or neck area of d efe n se l ess players. Allen Iverson Arrives In Turkev Allen Iverson was greeted by fans of his new team upon his anjval in Istanbul. ISTANBUL --Fonner NBA star Allen Iverson arrived in Istanbul on Monday to b egi n a stint with Turkish club Besiktas, promising to give fans "something they haven't seen before" Dozens of fans greeted the 11-time All -Star at Ataturk Airport. Sporting a B esiktas jersey and a Philadelphia Philli es h at, Iverson waved at fan s from inside hi s car b e for e being driven to hi s hotel. Iverson, who agreed to a $4 million, two-year contract with Besiktas, i s the Turkis h l eag u e's biggest s i gni ng. He has called his move to the Ista nbul club "a chance to get back on trac k with my basket ball career" after no NBA team was willing to offer him a contract iliis season. Many see his s tint in T u r k ey as a test of his ability to revive his NBA career because teams are lik e l y to monitor Iverson's performance and b e havior at Besiktas. The guard has said h e still believes h e can p l ay in the NBA and hopes hi s performanc e in Europe will l ea d to a n othe r c h a n ce n ex t season Hi s career ha s been trou bled by nume rous runin s with coaches and team offi cials. He's a l so had several l ega l probl e m s that landed him on probation. Iverson i s expected to m a k e his debut with Bes ikt as on Nov. 13 when the t ea m p lays Oyak Re n ault at its hom e a r e n a that se ats about 4,500 fans T h e club h asn't won t h e Turkis h l eag u e s inc e 1975 "T h ey were great," Iverson to l d NTV sports channel of the cheering B es iktas fa n s who welcomed him at t h e air port, addin g t hat "t h e mo s t important thing i s to be accepte d to be want e d a nd to be appreciated. PERCY HARVIN Percy Harvin returne d to Vikings practi ce Friday, but things did not go smooth l y The wide r eceive r who sat out Wednesday and Thursday because of an injur e d l eft a nkl e, go t into a h eated argume n t with coach Brad Childress when Childress questioned Harvin's effort in practice, acco rdin g to sou r ces. No PavFor Newton CAM NEWTON AUBURN, Ala. -Auburn ha s h ad no contact whatsoever" with a man who allegedly tried to secure pa y ment from Mississippi State during the recruitment of Tigers quarterback and Heisman Troph hopeful Cam Newton, accord in g to a person familiar with the sit u ation. Newton also sa id Friday h e has don e nothing wrong The NCAA is reviewing the recru i tment of Newton, but Auburn has not received a l etter of inquiry I didn' t do anything wrong, Newton said Friday before step ping on th e bus to the team hote l to Mon tgomery 'I'm bl ssed to b e at Auburn right now a nd I'm sure th e s mok e will settle Asked about how tough the past two day had been, Newton sa id : "It's be e n all right. I've had worse day but God continues to b l es m e throug hout thi s proc ss, m e a nd m y fami ly, a nd mo st imp or tantly, tl1e team. Newton, w h o starte d hi s career at F lorida, h as been one of college football's b iggest sen ations sine transferring from Blinn Junior College in Texas. He has l e d th e Tigers (g -o) to national titl e co ntention, acco untin g for a n a tion 'sb est 30 touchdowns. H e l eads th e Southea s t e rn Conferen ce in ru s hing. ARIEL It maybe a little chilly outside for some of you but it never gets too cold for our Beauty Unlimited feature, Ariel. As you can see, this young lady has the power to make you for get all about the weather. Ariel has plans of being a successful woman in Tampa, and she hopes that she will be able to help others along the way. Ariel is careful to surround herself only with positive people who reflect her desire and ambitions. w hen it comes to the man in her life, Ariel wants him to be smart, handsome, goal-oriented and not afraid to speak out when the time is right, and keep quiet as well. Congratulations to Ariel as this week's. 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o--------------------------------------------------------------------------------til wavne Checks In With Probation OHicer LILWAYNE YUMA, ARIZONA--Lil Wayne has checked in with officials in Arizona to begin a three yea r stint of unsuper vised probation for a drug conviction. case is being transferred to his home state of Florida. For the n ext three years, h e must avoid drugs and alco hol and not commit any new crimes, among other condi tions. Lil Wayne, whose r.eal name is Dwayne Carter Jr., was released from a New York jail Thursday after serving eight months in a gun case. He pleaded guilty in Yuma County in June to a s ingl e felony drug possession charge stemming from a Jan. 22, 2008, incident in which his tour bus was stopped at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint east of Yuma. Yuma County chief probation officer Steve Hardy says the 28-year-old rapper's Authorities say they found cocaine, Ecstasy and a hand gun. c suue Knight To Continue Lawsuit Against Kanve West in 2005 at a Miami B e ach party hosted by West, and Knight blames West for !axed security. His l awsuit is seeking more than $1 mil lion in damages from West. Knight's attorney Mark Brumer, said Friday his client was disappointed in the judge's deci sio n The shooter has never been identified. In Thursday's order, the judge concluded there's no evidence that a shooting at the party was foreseeable West's attorney, Adam Josephs, said the lawsuit was ill-conceived from the beginning. I Friday 9 A M 1 P.M.I Monday S.!turd.!y A.M. 6 P. M __ Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap H Live Blue Crabs .. ,... NOW COOKING THURSDAY SATURDAY w 3608N.1Sth( corner0flake) 813.247. 128 Poor Health Forces Aretha Franklin To Cancel Shows ARETHA FRANKLIN DETROIT -Aretha Franklin i s canceling all concert dates a nd personal appearances through May on the orders of her doctors, the singer' s spokeswoman said Thursday. The news came two days after the announcement that Franklin had been released over the w eekend from a Detroit hospital following a brief stay. Publicist Tracey Jordan said Franklin was resting comfortably at home, but is anxious to get back on the road to perform for her countless fans around the world." Jordan wouldn't say whether the events were related, nor did she offer any details about the 68-yearold Franklin's condition. NBC Canceling New Fall Drama undercovers' Boris Kodjoe as Steven Bloom, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Samantha Bloom. NEW YORK-NBC says it's pulling the plug on its new fall television drama series "Unde rcov e1s." NBC said Thursda y that it won't be orderin g any new episodes of the Wednesday night seri es about a co upl e in the catering business who a r e lur d back int o their for m e r jobs as spies. Seven episodes have a ir ed so far. For now its l ast schedu l d appearance will be on Dec. 1, althoug h NBC says it has three more episodes that h ave been shot that will be seen sometime after that. Ot h er n e w series that h ave been canceled so far this season include "Lone Star" on Fox and ABC's "My Generation." New Michael Jackson Album To Drop Next Month MICHAEL JACKSONiS ALBUM COVER NEW YORK-Get ready for more Michael Jackson music. Sony R ecor ds and Jackson's estate anno unced Thursday that they'll be releasing "Michae l on Dec. 14. The album is billed as "newl y com pleted recordings from the pop legend who died last year. The first single is called Breaking News" and will be streamed on www.michaeljackson.com starting Monday for one week. A teaser of the song will appear on the site Friday. Jackson recorded "Breaking News" in 2007. The statement says it was "rec ently brought to completion." < Jackson was known for recording dozens of traeks for his albums and had a substantial trove of unreleased music. Birdma n Reveals Lil wavne's Plans Birdman revealed on Big Boy s Morning Show the run down plans for Weezy's first day home. He stated, "We in the Maybachs going to the hotel for a minute to see the kids then we on the jet after that. Then we gotta go to Arizona for a minute to check in cause he got a little paperwork out there. After that we come to L.A. for a minute then to Miami for this party." LILWAYNE And BiRDMAN Marques IIUStln FillS Restraining Order On Raz B It looks as if Bow Wow isn't the only one responding to Raz B s molestation claim. According to published reports, Marques Houston h as also d cided to respond to the a ll egat ions by filing a restraining order. In the orde r states that he h as to file the VPO due to Raz B whose real name is DeMario Thornton, is act in g irrational. "About three weeks ago, DeMario Thornton, aka Raz B released a vid o r cord in g via th int met of a conversation that w had ... DeMario is screaming at m e h e has a deranged RAZBvs. MARQUES HOUSTON demeanor and is not acting like a reasonable person Houston wrote in the paperwork. "After I hung up o n DeMario he continued recording hims elf and false!) accused me of mol sting him. As a r sult of th om-plaint Raz B cannot ontact Marques in an wa. or om within 100 ards of him.


Funerals/Memoriams rn MR. EDMOND NEVES, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Edmond Neves, Sr. of 4507 E. 24th Avenue, Tampa, who passed away, Thursday, November 4 2010, will be held Tuesday, November 9, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., officiating. Mr. Edmond Neves, Sr., was born on December 20, 1927, and passed away at his daughter's residence, 1823 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa, 33610. He was a well-known, retired heavy equipment operator I truck driver with Tampa Electric Company who succumbed after a long illness. He was hired as the first Black operator with TECO, he worked there for 36years. Edmond, Sr. enjoyed dog racing and watching sports. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Arlean Neves; father, Isom Crews; brothers, Bennie Williams, John Neves, Ennis Williams and Willie Neves, Sr.; and sons, Lorenzo and Eddie Neves. He is survived by: a devoted companion, Annie Laura Davis; daughters, Regina Neves Smith and husband, Archie, Karen Neves, Barbara Knight and husband, Johnny, Veronica Harrell, Sylvia Neves, Vanessa Neve8, and Joyce Ann Neves and Samantha Freeman; sons, Larry Coleman and wife, Cheryl, Jerry Daniels and wife, Charlene, Willie Daniels, John Lee Neves, Carlos Franklin and wife, Kathy, and John Daniels; brother, James Crews; two sisters, Alm. a Neves Hollinger and Luvenia Wallace; grandchildren, Dailisa, Artesha, Brandi and Archie Smith, Jr.; sistersin-law, Beverly Neves and Fairbella Williams, a host of other relatives; special neighbor, Leola Collins; co-workers, Otis Williams, Mr. McDow and Johnnie Washington. The viewing was held at Aikens Funeral Home on Monday, November 8, 2010, from 4-7p.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Tuesday at 10:45 a. m. Harmon Funeral Home John W. H armon, L .F.D 'James H armon, L. F. D. 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 SISTER BERNETHA M. DIXON Homegoing services for Sister Bernetha M. Dixon of Plant City, FL, who passed away Monday, November 1, 2010, were held on Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 12 noon at St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, 108 S. Warnell Street, Plant City, FL, with the Pastor, Elder Larry Sykes, officiating. Interment was made in Garden of Peace Cemetery, Plant City, FL. Mrs Dixon was born on December 18, 1929, to her parents, Mr. Beatrice Stubbs and Mrs Daisy M. Thomas Clark in Oglethorpe, GA. During her early childhood, she moved to Plant City, FL, and graduated from Lincoln Academy High School. She worked for 28 years in the Hillsborough County Public School System as an Area Head for Lincoln Elementary School Lunchroom. She devoted her life as a loving Mother, who provided values, discipline and spiritual guidance to her three children: Colonel (Retired) Robert Dixon, Jr., Ms. Panzina C. Dixon and Mrs. Sanjo Dixon Wilson. During her early childhood, she gave her life to Christ and was baptized at St. Luke M B. Church under the pastorate of the late Reverend C. W. Burns. She served diligently in Choir #2 and as the Church's Financial Secretary. She was also the Past Worthy Matron of Sarah Chapter No. 76, Order of Eastern Star, PHA. She had a passion for cooking and catered at many social functions. She had been a role model for many of the children who grew up in her neighborhood and at St. Luke M. B. Church. God has blessed Sister Bernetha M. Dixon to spiritually touch many lives. She leaves fond memories with: her three children, Colonel (Retired) Robert Dixon, Jr. of Gaithersburg, MD, Panzina Dixon of Plant City, FL, and Sanjo D. Wilson (Clarence P., Jr.) of Tampa; grandchildren, Joe Dixon, Jr. (Norma) of Tampa, Adrienne N. Dixon of Baltimore, MD, Mia K. Dixon of Tampa, Robert C. Dixon of Baltimore, MD, Aja L. Wilson and Ciara P. Wilson, all ofTampa, and Clarence P. Wilson, III of Atlanta, GA; great grandchildren, Shaquana Rivers of Plant City, JoJuan Dixon, Joe Dixon, III, Delani' Y. Wilson and Willie Lewis, Jr., aU of Tampa; brother, Thomas Stubbs, Sr. (Betty); and sister, Bernice Montgomery, all of Plant City; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends The viewing was held from 6 8 p. m., Friday, November 5 2010 at St. Luke M. B. Church .. A CHARLOW SERVICE "Wllere Service With Love Makes The Difference" Integrity Funeral Services 3822 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 ""!!!!"""'oo!!!"":!'""""'"'il lndudll20 Gauge SIMI Cesket, Phone Us At Traditional Burial (813) 248-5000 Plan < llT INCUJ0) MR. OTTO BENNETT, JR. Mr. Otto Bennett, Jr. of3715 E. Clifton Street, passed away Friday, November 5, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, November 12, 2010, at 11 a.m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N Howard Avenue, with Minister Milton Bennett officiating. Interment will take place in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Mr. Bennett was a native of Tampa and. a resident for 53 years. He attended Florida College. He leaves to cherish his memory: son, Devin R. Bennett; granddaughter, Paris Ma'Ciya Bennett; parents, Otto and Ernestine Bennett, Sr.; siblings, Paula Bennett Washington (Darryl Washington, Sr.) and Milton Dwayne Bennett (Lesila Bennett); nieces, Ciera Bennett, Kirsten Washington, Alexis Bennett, Christian Bennett and Jordyn Bennett; nephew, Darryl Washington, Jr.; and a host of loving aunts, uncles and cousins. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Thursday, November 11. 2010, a t Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILUAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuoeralhome.com ......... FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www wilson-funeralhome.com MR. REGINALD GOODS Mr. Reginald Goods of 4512 East 10th Avenue, passed away Wednesday, November 3, 2010. The family will receive friends Thursday, November 11, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Mr. Reginald Goods was a native of Florida and a resident of Tampa for 43 years. He attended Plant High School. During the course of his life, he was employed as a cook and as a housekeeper; he was also selfemployed. He leaves to cherish his memory: mother, Norma Goods; stepfather, Cliff Forrester; father, William Goods; grandparents, Charlie Mae and Jerome McGill; brothers, Mark Goods and Darris Washington; sister, Yolanda Scott; nieces, Sandrika Scott, Tiesha Wimbush, Morecia Scott and Darielle Washington; great niece, Amiyah Jenkins; nephews, Curtis Rodgers, Joseph Harris, Robert Wimbush, Javares Wimbush and Darris Washington, Jr.; aunts, Arletha Franklin, Judy Royal, Marie Daniels, Shirley Daniels and Debra Daniels; uncles, Theren Daniels and Harmen Munn; a host of cousins; and special friends, Denise Faggett, Turekisha Littles, Antoinette Archer and Brenda Murphy. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Thursday, November 11, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 6-8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DARRELL s. CDOBY Nov. 9, 1959 -Dec. 18, 2009 Happy birthday. From, your sisters, brothers, children, grands and great grand nieces, nephews, friends and good friends, Charlie, Jack and Jr., and your parents. Happy birthday. We love you. Rest in peace. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Baby girl Ja'Liyah Cherry Crump, Tampa. Mr. August Tiller, Tampa. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME c z 0 < m s:: IIJ m ::::tl N 0 ...... 0 ., r-0 ::::tl Karon Cole, Tampa. C Joseph Wiggins, 1607 E. Sitka :J> SL W RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Otto Bennett of Tampa. Mr. Walter Gallon of Tampa. Mr. Reginald Goods of Tampa. Mrs. Delores Patterson of Tampa. Mrs. Theresa Williams of Seffner. Mrs. Minnie Woodson of Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME m z :::! z m r;IIJ c: rrm :::! z ""C c: IIJ r-Cii Mr. Anthony. Frederick, 11813 Northtrail Avenue. m < Mrs. Deborah Lyon Brown, m Tampa. 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0 Crime N Youth Mentor Charged With sexual Banerv HERRON GASTON The University of South Florida Police Department reports that on Octob e r 29, 2010 they were notified of an incident that allegedly occurred during the 2010 ummer session of the Upward Bound Progr a m. A preliminary investigation revealed that Herron Gaston, 23, while serving in C a supervisory capacity as a a: youth mentor for Upward LL Bound from June 18th c through August 1st, b efr iend ed a teen attending th e pro gram. Findings indicat e Gaston, through his position of authority, became involved in a relationship with the t ee n during which sexual activity reportedly occurred. As a result of the inv estiga tion, Gaston has been charged with four counts of sexual battery by a person in a position of custodial authority on a person less than 18 years old. USF Police obtained an arrest warrant for Gaston, and h e was take n into custody in New Have n Connecticut. Arrangements are being coordinated for his ext r adit i o n back to Tampa on th e charges. The investigation is still active, and anyone with infor mation regarding thi s case is asked to contact USF Police Criminal Division. Investigation < c en w :::::> .... Suspect Teenager Arrested After Pursuit w > w c w J: en :::i m :::::> c.. t= w ..J ..J :::::> m '-----u1 MONTE DUDLEY t= PINELLAS COUNTY On m Saturday, Pinellas County < deputies reporte d that two C male s entered a convenience a: store near Bay Pines at 9 g p.m., and were reportedly acting s u spic iou s ly. A witn ess reportedly saw a gun. Th e left the store but a witn ess called l aw e nforcem e nt. D e puti es made contact with the suspects, who failed to stop when deputies tried to pull them over. A short pursuit continu e d until the suspect vehicle struck a utility pole. No one was hurt. Arrested and c harg ed with aggravated assault with a ve hicl e, felony fleein g and eluding, and othe r c harges was Monte Dudley, 18. His 17-year-old accomplice has not been c harged with a felony a t this time and his l eve l of involv e ment is still b e in g in vest i gated. LL. ------------------------------------------------STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS co ,... Thanks To All Mv Clients & Friends For Your Condnued lovaltv & Trust SERVING MIAMI NEW YORK GEORGIA LOS ANGELES AND MANY CITIES IN FLORIDA FREDDIE WILSON Bail A gent John 3 :16-For God so loved the world, that H e ga.vc his only that whosoever believeth in him should n o t peris h have Man Charged With RiPPing on west Tampa Woman Tampa Police arrested a man Friday on two counts of acting in the capacity of a contractor without a license. BENT. JONES According to r eports, Asmra Mekuanent, 45, ca lled police to report th a t she had hired a man to build an addition onto her home. She told police s he paid him almost $2o,ooo, but the job was never completed. When investigators determined the suspect, Ben Jones, 45, of Big Ben' s Handyman Service, was pre viously convict ed of contrac t in g without a lice n se and was serving probation they se t up a s ting. On November 3 rd inv es ti gators asked Jones to provide an es timate to perform repairs on a home. H e r espo nded and agree d t o pro vide a written proposal the next day. On November 4th, Jones arrived at the property and provided a computer ge n era t e d estimat e H e was arrested on th e above charges Five Suspects Sought In Clothing Store Robberv ST. PETERSBURG -At 1:25 p m Thursday, St. Petersburg Police and d e t ectives were called to M J. Fashion Clothing Store on 34th Street South regarding a reported armed robbery It was discovered that five mal e s usp ects had entered th e stor e, all armed with gun. They secured t h e front door so no customers cou ld enter, police said. The s uspect s reportedly mad e a clerk strip his clothes off, tied him up and put him in a storage roo m At one point, o n e of the s uspects struck the cle rk in th e mouth with th e butt of his gun Non e of th e s u spects wer e mas k e d and all we r e d e cr ib e d as Blac k mal es in th eir 20s Two were see n car r y in g what appeared to be assault rifl es and th e r e m a ining three had h andguns. Police b elieve they arrived in a light color e d seda n The s tor e clerk reported that the s uspect s becam e concern ed about a bystand e r loi tering out in front of the s tor e H e told police h e could hear one s uspect comment that if the bystander didn' t leave soon th ey would have to go out and shoot him. Before l eav ing the suspects took the clerk's car k ey s a nd stol e hi s 2005 black Nissan Altima, Florida Tag DB9905. Anyone with inform atio n i s asked to contact St. Pete rsburg Police at (727) 893 -77 80. Three Men Charged With Traveling To Meet Minor For Sex Last Thursday, Plant City Police arrested three men on charges of traveling to meet a minor for sex and/or related crimes during an operation conducted by the Plant City Police Department and its internet Crimes Against Children partners. During the operation, the suspects answered advertisements and expressed an interest in responding to a location to engage in sexual acts with young children. After the suspects answered the advertisements, they fol lowed up their initial contact with subsequent e-mails and/or telephone calls. The s u s pects were told they could meet the minors at a location in Plant City When the sus-p e c t s arrived, they were arrested. Wallace Burkey, 49, was charged with travel ing to meet a minor for sex and attempted lewd and DAMIEN JONES lascivious exhibition. Glen ConckliJI, 58, was charged with traveling to meet a minor for sex, possession of cannabis, and possession of drug paraphernalia.' Damien Jones, 26, was charged with traveling to meet a minor for sex. Suspect Charged In Sho-ting 01 Pregnant Woman TERRY LEE THOMAS ... critically i.qjured pregnant woman. LAKELAND -On Saturday Polk County Sheriffis deputies a rres ted a man after an investigation revealed h e shot a pregnant woman five times in a n atte mpt to kill her. On October 30th, Tamesha Miles, 25, who i s four months pregnant agreed to give a rid e to Kelvin Hall, and her co u sin, Whitney Hall (not related). While Miles and Whitney Hall sa t in th e car Kelvin Hall went into the h o u se. Immediately after, an unknown Black male dressed in dark clothing ran up to Miles' car a nd fired several shots at her, striking her five tim es Whitney, who was in the front passenger seat, got into the drive r s seat and drove Miles to the hospital. She and her unborn baby remain in critical condition. Detectives interviewe d sev eral witnesses who were at the scene during the shooting, TAMFSHA MILES ... who is pregnant, remains in critical condition and were able to obtain a search warrant for the home of Kelvin Hall, 2 7. On November 3rd, detectives searched Hall's residence and found a large amount of ecstasy. He was arrested and charged with trafficking in MDMA. A co nfidential source told detectives Terry Lee Thomas, 3 7, was going to v isit Hall at the jail. D e t ectives sa id Thomas pays for the electricity at Hall' s residence. A witness from the crime scene also previously identified Thomas as the shooter. Thomas was arrested Saturday at the jail and charged with attempted premeditated murder, firing a missile into a occupied vehi cle, possession of a firearm by a co nvicted felon, and assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill He is being held without bond. UNCLE SANDY ... 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