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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area : . SEE PAGE 3 . VOL. 66 NO. 27 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Toddler lniured In Head-On Roundabout crash __ SEE PAGE 2 Customiz ed Solutions For Pract ice Management Local Rapper To Sponsor Car Giveawav SEE PAGE 2 Communitv Watch leaders Recognized For Dedication SEE PAGE 10 NATIONAl MEDICAl ASSOCIATION EXEC MEETS WITH BAY AREA PHYSICIANS The Bay Area Medical Association (BAMA) had a special guest at its November meeting. The National Medical Association (NMA) made a specialtwcsentation on m inority tlarticipation in research trials, titled, "The What, Why and How of M inority Physician Participation in Clinical Trials The new Executive Director of the Nntionul Medical Association was in Tumpa for the ptesentation. Joining him from left to right Kenneth Bryant, MD, Nancy Brynnt, MD, Paul Sheehy, MD, Faith Felder, M D, Darr y l R. Matthews, Sr., E xecutive Director, National Medical Association, Emile Commedore, MD, JD, Rxecutive Director BAMA, Denise Alvcranga, MD, and Eugene Ward, MD. (Photo b y Lomax Mcintyre)

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local Entertainer a: Announces Car Giveawav w z c en w t-BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer One of Tampa 's most S!ICcessful entertainers, along with Team Fetti and Bay Auto Wholesale, have stepped up for the holidays to make someone happy. Tom G. and Team Fetti are conducting interviews at Bay Auto Wholesale to pre sent a struggling single mother a car They will make an announcement at an even t scheduled for Nov. 24. Tom G. said he does so much interacting, he thought this would be a great idea ''I' m from a single-parent home and I know how tough it is. I want everyone else to understand that I know how bad things can get." TOMG. Tom G. said there are strict s tipulations in place, and this isn't for everyone. Interviews will be held at Bay A uto Wholesale all week from 4 p. m. until 9 p.m. Bay A ut o Wholesale is located at 6823 North Florida Avenue. c a: LL. East Tampa Resident Wants To See More Help With Home Improvement Aid C Two years ago, Bennie :i Gaffney applied for ass i stance through the East Tampa Business and Civic Associa tion. The y were offering a w $20 ,000 grant to those who qualified for a home improve> ment loan. He was put on a ffi waiting list. > "I have a house that was left W to me by my grandmother, fi) and it's in pretty bad shape. I :z:: know it's just a matter of time before someone from the city comes by and starts posting fines." Q. On October 10, 2011, Gaffney received a letter sayIii ing he had been denied the ...J funds, becau_se the amount of work needed on the house exm ceeded the $20,000 limit. ...J "I was told because of lead paint on the house, I couldn't i= receive the funds, due to the z cost of abatement. "I was told ifl could remove c( the lead paint and paint over C it, maybe the funds would be i: available for me to get the roof g repaired." LL. Gaffney said he was con-fused over the denial, because he wasn't told when he applied for the funds that an issue with lead paint was a problem. East Tampa Business and Civic Assoc i ation CEO, Diane Hart, said the problem is when Mr. Gaffney first ap plied for the grant, the funds were coming from the city. "The city makes no demand that lead paint is a problem. When we started getting our funds from the federal govern ment, an entire new set of rules fell into place, and lead paint was one of them." Gaffney said he has no problem with Ms. Hart or any East Tampa but feels there needs to be more resources for people like him. "I'm not alone with this issue. There are a lot of elderly people who also have lead paint problems, and their homes are in worse shape than mine. They need help now, because they can't afford to lose their homes." Gaffney said he will ask the Tampa City Council and every group in East Tampa to come up with a solution to this widespread problem Us CJ-lelp rou! Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator #131 02 F Family Law DifJOrce Custody Child Support W'dls Probate Guardianship CJJtlrbtmt 'l''Wiru '11xmuu, P.r:A". r:.Attorneys at f:ttw 501 East Kennedy Blvd., Tampa (813) 221-1200 Ucensed since 1977 Toddler lniured In Head On Collision In Roundabout A three-year-old toddler and two others were injured in a head on collision. The accident took place Thursday afternoon at the round about ofN. 40th Street and E. Riverhills Drive According to police, Ms. Jacquelyn E. Peterson was driving a 2001 Mit subishi Mirage eastbound on E. Yukon Street. She is al leged to have sideswiped a 2002 Chevrolet Pickup truck, driven by Raul Charbonier, IV, police said. After striking the truck, Ms. Peterson continued driving, headed in a southbound direction on N. 40th Street. She reportedly lost control of her vehicle, it jumped the median, and struck a 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, head on. Joseph Mitchell was the driver of the Monte Carlo. Police said the toddler, identified as Ashton Walker, was in a car seat in the back of Ms. Peterson's vehicle. He struck his head and was transported to Tampa General Hospital in stable condition as a trauma alert. Ms. Peterson and Mitchell were also transported to Tampa General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Charbonier, who had three pas sengers in his vehicie, did not report any injuries. Ms. Peterson was listed in fair condition and the tod dler was listed in good con dition. Mitchell was discharged, a spokesperson for the hospital said. No charges have been filed and the investigation into the accident is continu ing. Suspect Identified In Death 01 Man Found In Car BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Police are still trying to determine how a man's body ended up in the trunk of his own car. So far, in the inves tigation, they have identified a man and charged him with the theft of the vehicle. They fall short of calling the death a murder and have labeled it as "sus picious ." The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office has positively identified the victim as 79-year-ol d Henry Shell, III, the owner of a local insurance Pollee Probe DealhOI Woman Found lniPtanment The Tampa Police Department is currently inves tigating the death of an East Tampa woman. Her body was found in an apartment early Friday morning. According to police, po lice were called to 3807 N. 22"d Street, around 7 a.m., Friday. The apartment is lo cated directly across the street from the Tampa Po lice Department's District III Substation. Police have not released the name of the woman but said there were no obvious signs of foul play and the death is being classified as an unexplained death. The Hillsborough County Med ical Examiner's Office will determine the caus of death. JAMES MONROE. SHEETS, II And HENRY SHELL company. Dental records were used to make the iden tification. Shell was reported missing last Monday by co-workers and friends. The following day, on Tuesday evening, an unidentified man called 9-11 to report that there was a body in the trunk of a car he was driving. When it appeared that he wasn't being taken seriously, the man drove the 2006 Mercury Grand Marquise to the Tampa Police District III Of fice 3808 N. 22nd Street. The Sentinel has learned that the witness was at the Shaw Motel with another man when he asked if he could borrow the Grand Marquise. The other man a1..: lowed him to use the car, but warned him against opening the trunk. However, the odor was so overpowering that the man opened the trunk, discovered the body, and delivered it to the police substation. The man was interviewed and later released. He is considered a witness in the case and has not been charged with a crime. Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department, said she could not confirm any addi-tional details becau th case is an ongoing investiga tion. On Th ursday, Tampa Po lice relea.Sed the name of James Monroe Sheets, II, 35, as a "suspect in the suspicious death of Henry Shell." The Medical Examiner is conducting additional tests on Shell to determine a cause of death. Sheets was arrested at the District Three Police Substation shortly after midnight Wednesday and has been charged with the theft of Shell's vehicle and is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail without a bond . He was also charged with possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sheets was released from the Florida State Prison un May 13th, of this year. He had served a year and two months for battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence. Ms. McElroy said their investigation revealed that "Shell had a pattern of helping people less fortunate than himself. We are still trying to determine the relationship between the two men." Police said the last time Shell was seen alive was on Saturday evening around 6 p.m., at his insurance business on N. Florida Avenue. They believe the two men went to Wesley Chapel in Pasco County between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m., Saturda The are asking an on with any information pertaining to the a is ask d to al l (813) 231-613

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-t Special Meeting On Proposed Young East Tampa l< Roundabout Scheduled Leader Receives Mavoral Appointment AB part of the 22nd Street Enhancement Proj ect, a roundabout has been proposed for the junction of 22nd Street and 21st Street. On December sth at 6 p. m., a special meeting will be held at the Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 East Lake Avenue. Everyone concerned about the roundabout needs to attend the meeting. ESSIE SIMS East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chair, Essie Sims, said it 's important citizens attend this meeting. "A vote will be taken for those for and against the roundabout. The outcome of the vote will determine the next step on whether to allow it to happen, or take whatever action is necessary to prevent it from happening." 'Stop The Violence' Task Force Plans Candlelight Vigil BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, December 10th, members of the commu nity will participate in a Candle light Vigil. The event is being organized by the recently cre ated "Stop The Gang And Gun Violence Task Force." Ernest Coney, Jr., In terim CEO of the CDC of Tampa Inc., said "The vigil is to bring people together to bring about awareness and sol idarity. This is to let everyone know that we aren t going any where and we're going to bring about change." The group will assemble at Middleton High School and march down to Hillsborough Avenue. The time has not been determined. Coney called the commu nity together to form the Task Force after 17-year-old John Singleton, Jr., was shot and killed on October 29th while at tending a birthday party. Coney said Singleton had participated in the CDC of Tampa, Inc. Youth Leadership Program for the past 3 years. Singleton was a junior at Tampa Bay Technical High School, and enrolled in the honors and college prep classes. Singleton was also the Histo rian for the CDC of Tampa Youth Leadership Club (Teens). . The first meeting of the "Stop The Gang And Gun Violence Task Force took place on 'Omrs,day, N.ovenlber 3rd, and more than 200 people were in attendance Those in attendance repre sented nearly every segment of the population from elected of ficials, business owners, par ents, and students. During the meeting, groups were formulated to decide on three topics they felt warranted special attention. That informa tion is being formatted and will be discussed during the next meeting. Death Toll Continues To Rise The death toll has contin ued to rise since the formation of the "Stop The Gang And Gun Violence Task Force. Ten mur -JOHN SINGLETON, JR. HIPOLITO PADIU.A,lli. JAMARIE HODGES ders have taken plac e in Hills borough County in a 14-day pe riod. November 2 --Timothy Miller was murdered and Saralt Ann Wilson was ar rested by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. November 5 --Jordan Terrell Hill was arrested and charged with th e firs.t-degre e murder of Hipolito Padilla, III. Padillo was the son of a Tampa Police Office and Tampa Police investigated the case. November 6 --Jamarie Hodges was killed trying to help a friend. Tampa Police are conducting the investigation November 7 --Skeletal remains found in vacant lot near Sligh and 54th Street. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is conducting the investi gation November 9 --Charon Shaw was shot to death and Damien Townes was charged. Tampa Police con ducted the investigation and made the arrest. November 12 --Plant City Police investigat e d two shootings that l eft 3 people dead. Laronia Fay Bowers and Edward Eugene Mincey were both shot at a home in the Boo block of E. Laura Street. Mincey survived and police ar rested Abel Dimas. Faye Kitchen and Shannon were shot at. a re si dence in the 500 block of East Ohio Street. Both died and no arrests have been m a d e in th e case. November 15 --the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office charged Brandon Jones with the murder of Huayvez Gomez-Mejia. His body was found in the parking lot of a gas station. November 15 --The body of Henry Shell was transported to the Tampa Po lice Substation in East' Tampa. The cause of death is undeter mined. However James Monroe Sheets, ll, has been identifi e d as a suspect in the suspicious death He is being held for grand theft auto. Last week, Tampa City Council confirmed Mayor Bob Buckhorn's appointment of Herold Lord, 27, to the City of Tampa Code En forcement and Public Nui sance Abatement Board. "Herold is exactly the kind of young leader that we need to keep engaged at City Hall. He has a real desire to help Tampa as a city particu larly east Tampa, develop stronger and more vibrant neighborhoods where di vers ity is celebrated," Mayor Buckhorn said. Lord, who ran for the Tampa City Council District 5 seat last spring, is a life-long Tampa resident. He graduated from Hillsborough Community College and continued his education at the University of South Florida. Lord currently works at the Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance. He has agreed to serve on the voluntary three-year term to help Mayor Buckhorn achieve his goal of pro viding timely and effective code enforcement to all HEROLDWRD neighborhoods in the city. The Code Enforcement and Public Nuisance Abatement Board hears cases involving overgrowth, debris junk vehicles, existing signs, etc. as well as structures which do not meet City Code requirements. AB a quasi-ju dicial board, it can levy fines for noncompliance and file liens against properties. The Mayor appoints 4 members and 1 alternate with Council confirmation. Coun cil appoints the remaining 3 members and 1 alternate. Ap pointees serve 3-year terms that require a residency-oath and financial disclosure. News Alert: 1be Florida t.aw States That Yoo May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss W8ges And Medical care_ -Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495 Free 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours /7 Days A Week IIIII. N N 0 ..... ..... C) m w

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BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT lCS tOr lSCUSSlOn to ay IS a COmp ete an etal e IS a many JO S a AwsoN WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO the high unemployment transaction and never people were once hired to GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, crrv EDITOR rate. talk to a human being. do are now being done by More people are out of You talk to a talking comcomputers and machines. TOYNETTA coaB, PRooucnoN MANAGER work than ever before. puter. These instruments usu-LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.Q0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.DO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Gues1 WrHers, do not necessarily reftect the edltooal s1ance of The Florid Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Justice Dept. Needs To Investigate Election law Changes Kudos to Senator Bill Nelson for requesting the c United States Justice Department investigate the a: rash of election law changes throughout RepubLL lican dominated states, including Florida. With the negative impact such changes will make on C Black voters and other minority voters, the possibility of a conspiracy to deny millions of voters should not be overlooked. w Observers have discussed how Florida's election law changes have gone as far as to require that candidates in partisan (Democratic or Rew publican) parties be registered as a member of the political party they have chosen at least a year c before the qualifying period. In essence, candidates must switch from one party to another sa nearly 15 months before they officially qualify to i run for office. ::l However, thanks to Bill Nelson, American vot-o.. z ersJust may getjustice. tu ..J ..J :::;) m ..J w z Millionaires With A Sense Of Justice t= z w UJ c0 We thought we would never see millionaires demanding to pay more taxes. So, we are still reeling from this rare a quest for justice by those ..J who recognize that they enjoy the benefits of an LL unequal and unjust society. Yes, earlier this week, a group of current and former millionaire corporate and foundation executives visited congressional representatives in Washington, D. C., to request that the government increase their tax rates. In essence, they have removed crutch that Republican congressional representatives have used to vote against tax increases. Calling themselves "Patriotic Millionaires," the men urged the deficit cutting super-committee appointed by President Obama to raise taxes on people who earn more than $1 million a year. In spite of the visits, some of the Republican congressional members are still repeating the "no tax increase" mantra. We applaud the millionaires for recognizing the inequality of America's tax system and admitting that they benefit from tax breaks while middle class Americans do not enjoy the same : benefit. If Congress refuses to listen to them, we CJ hope voters will send them back home during the next election. While a depressed econA few years ago, you ally send the people who omy is partially to blame, would have been talking once were paid to do this it is not the sole reason. to a live employment job, to the unemployment In this writer's opinion, human being. Now, those line. the United States unemlive bodies are no longer As this article is being ployment numbers will needed, you used to pay written, there are invennever again get much the light bill, the teletors working on new inbelow g%. phone bill among others ventions that are I say that because it is to a live human being. No designed to do a job my belief that science is more. All of these bills faster, more efficiently inventing us out of jobs. can now be paid by corn-and cheaper. You can't argue that the puters. Those people are Machines and computinvention of computers no longer needed. ers work while the office has not been just great for Not too long ago, you is closed. They don't re-both the United States could pass an orange quire a vacation, sick and the rest of the world. grove and see a large leave, health insurance Unfortunately, they have number oflive bodies out and they don't get paid not been good for ern-there hand-picking the for working overtime and ployment. fruit. That is not the case on holidays. Computers Let us start by looking today. Today, they have and machines are putting at what is happening at fruit-picking machines people out of work and big corporations. You can that can do the picking of will continue to do so. Voices From The Past: Slave Narratives Reading the slave nar ratives on the Library of Congress's website is an experience similar to a time machine. It's like you are "listening" to the voices of former slaves who were as young as 8, and as old as 112 relive their experience of life on the plantations. Some of the stories are sad while others are downright humorous. Scrolling through the narratives, you will read stories about harsh slave masters, kind slave mas ters, passing for white, the Underground Rail road, children's games, foods, Christmas time, learning to read and write, marriage, planting crops, religion, the Civil War and many other topics. Since there are n1ore than 2,300 slave ac counts and soo photo graphs of former slaves, prepare to become hpmersed in the reading and to spend long hours reading the material. Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Fed eral Writer's Project, 1936 1938 was part of the Federal Writers Proj ect of the Works Program (WPA) that included in terviews which caused me to double over in laughter. Another funny story was told by Ida Lee Adkins of Union Gounty, South Carolina, about the day Yankees arrived at the Frank Jeffries plantation. Having been threatened to have her tongue cut out by a Yan kee soldier, Ida said, "I let out a yell and ran out of the house. Just then, I saw the bee gums in the side yard. I got me a long stick and turned over every bee gum and then stirred up the bees. They swarmed all over the place. As the Yankees came out of the house, carrying Missus Mary Jane's fine furniture, mirrors, and glassware, them bees sailed into them Yankees like bul lets. The put down the treasure, ran to their horses and lit out." From time to time, I will share other slave sto ries that paint pictures of the customs, lives, and humor of their era. Until then, Harambee!

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Horoscopes/Soaps Horoscopes Aries (March 21-Apri119)-A lazy Sunday would be de lightful today, with quiet time reading, taking a walk with fr i e nds or puttering around. Any time spent organizing will pay off later. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Stressing about it is not going to make a difference. Get grounded with the help of a friend, or just put some play into it. Make more time for love. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Relax at hom e with family or friends. Ask for help to make a choice about a household matter that's had y ou stuck. Contemplation, planning and rest fit the bill. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Rookwork interferes with socializing and daydreaming. Resist temptation, and post pone partying until later today. Be patient and stick to it. It pays off. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You ma y have to keep try ing different options today, as the balance continuously shifts. Postpone gratification. Recon s ider a n id ea or strategy that isn't working. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -You can make load s of l emona de now. Look for opportunities to turn sticky challenges into tart deliciousn ess. And make mone y in the process. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Talk it over with the one you lo ve. Clear up any misunderstandings. Confes s your fear s to see beyond them. Share your wild theories. Don t b e talk e d out of trying. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Slow and steady does it A quiet day suits you just fine today, with familiar routines and extra time for yourse lf A lon g walk or rela.xing meal caps it off Cancer (June 22-July 22) -No time for flirting or for overspending. Consider your options. Don t give up. Get expe rt help if yo u n eed. If you stumble, get up again Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Double-check your calculations to save a pretty penny. Not everything goes according to plan (especially in affairs of the h eart), but things work out in the end. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Your brilliance shines on dis couraging clouds. You could turn the storm into a double rain bow, all the way across the sky. It' s how you look at it Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You' re ready to make changes for the better, and later today it will be eas ier. You have the power. What will you create? There ma y be a m ess involved. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-The final week of All M y Children" on ABC continues Guest stars for the remaining episodes include Sarah Michelle Gellar Eva La Rue David Ca nary, Julia Barr, Ray MacDonnell Lee Meriwether, Justin Bru ening and Alexa Havins. The penultimate episode of All My Children on ABC. Guest stars for the remaining episodes in clude Sarah Michelle Gellar Eva La Rue David Canary, Julia Barr MacDonnell, Lee Meriwether, Justin Bruening and Alexa Havins. Erica Kane, as well as her friends and ene mi es in Pine Valley, bid adieu as the series' final episode on ABC airs Airing for more than 41 years, this socially conscious soap was known for tackling issues s u ch as addiction abortion and ho mosexuality. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Sami and EJ's relief is marred by their actions, and Will is powerless to help; Madison holds back on her attraction to Brady but encourages Nicole to express her feelings to EJ. Will's contempt toward Sami grows as Rafe s support pushes her away; EJ decides honesty isn t the best pol icy with Nicole; Jack comes clean to Jennifer about what happened to him; Abigail establishes a rapport with someone unexpected. Maggie prepares Thanksgiving dinne r for her new family; Jack and Austin are offered new jobs; Carrie pl ea ds with the judge; John receives his sentence HOSPITAL -Sonny arrives at Crimson with a gift for Kate; Maxie and Matt find eac h other closer ; Jason gives Carly a warning. Sonny and Kate arrive at a special destination; Delores pays the Zacchara family a visit; Olivia prepares a Thanksgiving dinner when Lulu arrives. Jason loses it com pletely; Dante runs to Olivia 's to find himself at a crossroads; another year and another holiday at the Quartermaine house hold. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-John and Natalie find themselves starring down a loaded gun; Todd takes drastic action to get back what he lost. Rex has a run-in with Alex Olanov; Nate and Starr may be having an affair. Bo and Nora share their Thanks giving meal at Matthew's bedside; Jessica gets a surprising apology; Viki witnesses a surprising moment between Clint and Shane; someone dies. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Billy tells Victoria about Victor's scheme; Patty stalks Genevieve and Jack. Kay and Har mony's alliance annoys Jill; Angelina makes a play for Kevin. Phyllis confronts Avery about family secrets; Patty demands help from Adam. fictures from The fast 'First Friday' Tampa's social networking organization continually drew a large crowd including: Frank Dubose, Paul Wiggins and Lanny Sumpter. Margaret Taylor, Laura Daughry and Kathryn Davis shared a table at a local banquet. "T1 5 :::c en m z m l tD c:: r r-gJ z "'tt c:: tD r-u; :l: m c m < m c! m en l> z Felisha Robinson and Willie George of Cathedral of Faith Church are shown with p thier directress, Ms. Carolyn Jackson. 3l Jeanette Dixon, Debra Small and Mary Upshaw attended a workshop that was hosted by a local agency. m c.n

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Her Silent Screams Eleven years ago, I was asked out on a date. A close female friend called and invited me to accompany her to a Christmas Party hosted b y the firm where she worked. Ne ver the on e to miss an opportunity to spend time with a beautiful woman, I was more than willing to play the role of escort. Like I said, the' woman was drop-dead gorgeous. With Coke bottle curves and the face of an angel, she became the center of atten-tion in any room she entered. On top of that, being a native of Trinidad, her Caribbean accent gave her voice a tone that made her presence. even more alluring. In a word, she was breathtaking. Unfortunately, we never made it to the party because, four hours after she extended her invitation, she was dead. Murdered on her job by an abusive jealous, ex-boyfriend who turned stalker who kept his promise of killing her if she ever left him. H .er only crimes were, being attractive to the point of making him feel insecure and choosing to live a life free of pain and suffering. For that she was shot in the face at point blank-range. I never really got over the incident. The idea that I wasn t able to do anything to prevent it from happening has haunted me for years. And it is the main reason why I often use this platform to bring attention to the subject of domestic violence. I was recently reminded of how serious the issue con tinues to be when I received two books in the mail. The first one was entitled, "Someone To Love The Little Girl In Me." The second was a continuation of the first called, "Someone Almost Loved Me To Death." They are the first two installments in the Silent Screams series of books written by former domestic victim, author and llillOtltVanonaJ speaker, Ms. Yolanda V. Lee. In her books, Ms. Lee tells an unbelievable story of her daily struggl e to main tain her sanity and lif e while dealing with unrelenting abuse from her husband of over 10 years : And while she wa s fortunate enough to surv i v e, h e r story paints a grisl y portrait of the horrors some wom e n ar e e xpo se d to by the same m e n who vowed to love and cherish them. After reading both books my heart went out to Ms. Lee. The things she endured, I couldn't imagine wishing on my worst enemy And the fact that sh e kept what she was going through from most of her family, made me realize that this could be occurring almost anywhere. I realized that many of the victims of abuse suffer in silence. Afraid of either get ting family members hurt or incarcerated after getting involved or simply because they fear the repercussions once their abus e r di s cov e r s that their actions have been revealed. I commend Ms. Lee for having the courage to come forward and using her own story as a cautionary tale of what not to tolerate in a relationship and showing women how they can avoid being victimized by recog nizing the subtle signs that often reveal themselves early on during courtship. Hopefully her books will reach the hands of those who need to read them the most. And her "silent screams will become loud enough to, not only give other victims the strength take back control of their l-ives but also, warn others to avoid following in her footsteps. For more inforrnation on the Silent Screams series and support groups for victims of domestic violence, visit: www.bethanys"roup&Ii Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 431110 018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, SC 29512; or by email at clarence.barrzg 8@ &mail. com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. Texas Student: President Obama Assassination 'Tempting' Lauren Pierce, the president of the College Republicans at Unive rsity of Texas at Austin, said on Twitter Wednesday that the idea LAUREN PIERCE of a ssassinating President Barack Obama was "tempting." At approxim a t ely 2:30 p m Pierce po s t e d Y'all as t e mpting as it may be, don't shoot Obama. We need him to go down in history as the WORST president we' ve EVER had! #2012." Amid growing attention, Pierce removed the pos t and apologized on Twitter for her actions "It' s never funny to joke about such a serious matter, she said I have learned a very valuable lesson." Local Man Charged With Irving To Assassinate Pres.Obam a PITTSBURGH -A man accused of firing two shots at the White House last week has been charged with attempting to assassinate President Barack Obama or his staff. Oscar Ramiro OrtegaHernandez made his first court appearance before a federal magistrate in Pittsburgh on Thursday, one day after he was arrested at a western Pennsylvania hotel. He will be taken back from a federal court in Pittsburgh to face the charges in Washington, D.C. Ortega will remain in fed eral custody at least until a magistrate in Washington can determine if he should remain jailed until his trial on the charge, which carries up to life in prison. Authorities said a man OSCAR RAMIRO ORTEGA-HERNANDEZ clad in black who was obsessed with Pres. Obama pulled his car with in view of the White House on Friday night and fired shots from an assault rifle, cracking a window of the first family's living quarters while the president was away. East Tampa Church Burglarized Twice In Two Months BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter These are tough economic times, and a rise in property crimes is proof of how desperate some people have become. But for Pastor Lloyd Black and his wife Shirley, things have gone too far when even a church isnit safe. Mrs. Black said within the past two months, their church, Bible M. B. Church on 35th Street has been bur glarized twice. I can believe our standards as a people have dropped so badly," said Mrs. Black. "Our members are concerned and so are people in the community. Mrs. Black said the first time the church was burglar ized, a microwave oven and jar full of money were taken. She also said all of the burn ers on the stove had been left on as if someone was trying to start a fire. "In the second burglary microphones, speakers, key boards, and other equipment was taken. "I think a group of teenagers are doing this, because it always occurs dur ing the daytime when every one in the area is at work. I actually cried during service this past week. Mrs. Black said she will BmLE MISSIONARY BAFI1ST CHURCH pray for whoever is doing this because this is the work of the devil. 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All About You! Alwavs Thinking About You MS.TOCCARA We're Reallv living It SOLJA And TOCCARA Wishing my husband, Solja, a happy belated birthday, 11-15. Coming from your wife, Ms. Toccara, friends and family. Keep your head up, stay strong, you'll be back on turf. Don t worry about the negative ones cause they re going to be negative every day Love you, Bae. You re my #1 Solja. Bonnie and Clyde for life. Local M ichae I Jackson supporters react. Happv Birthdav Mvlove COLBY And MEKA Happ y birthda y to the love of my life You bring so much happiness to my life and we have proven to b e unbreak able. So, together we will stand and love each other forever. Okay, stop gazing 'cause it's not changing. Love, your wife Mrs. Tarnika Ellison. Michael's doctor BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Jesse "Jet Set" Hudson learned at an early age the im portance of hard work and keeping your face in the pub lic's eye. Growing up in the Central Park Village Public Housing Complex, Jet Set had his sight set on a career as an enter tainer, and no matter how long it would take, he vowed to never quit. Now splitting him time be tween his hometown of Tampa and Hollywood, California, Jet Set has reached a point in his career where doors are starting to open and opportunities are coming his way. "When I got the spot on the show, Work-A-Holics, that was a big break for me, said Jet Set. "When they renewed the series that was even a bigger break. Appearing on that show has given me almost instant recognition in places I never dreamed of. n Jet Set also has been visi ble throughout the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, who a jury determined was responsible for the death of icon, Michael Jackson. "I got a call from a friend who told me they saw my pic ture in the Wall Street Joursaid Jet Set. I immediately went out and bought some copies, only to discover a story about me in the Daily News a publicatioi1 distributed in the San Fer nando Valley and in Billboard Magazine." Jet Set said no sooner than his pictures appeared in those publications, his phone began ringing off the hook with offers. "I'm going to be a busy man, but I still find the time to do other things, like travel to Washington, D.C. to see the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. monument, and I'll be back in Tampa for the MLK annual pa rade. "I want people to know that they can keep their own dreams alive by working hard and not giving up. There are opp01tunities out there for everyone if you know how to take advantage of them. -1 1 Boxes Of Canned Goods Collected In Salon BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The smile on her face is the one she had on Monday when she proudly delivered 7 boxes of canned goods to Metropoli tan Ministries for their Thanksgiving Food Drive. Some turkeys were also in cluded. Wiyana Bailey started collecting canned goods at her Orient Rd. salon about 2 months ago. One of the cus tomers suggested they start a canned goods drive to help supply food for Thanksgiving meals. The project went over well. Twenty-seven customers participated in the drive Although this was her first canned food drive she has al ready found a name for it Survive By Can Drive." WIYANA BAILEY said she has always done hair. After 16 years in Medical Records at Tampa General Hospital she decided to return to school and become certified in hair services. I love to make people beaut iful and I'm thankful that people allow me to be their stylist," she said. I always wanted to be able m s: IJJ m JJ 1\) 1\) 0 ...... ...... Ms. Bailey's daughter, Janay, the youngest of 3 chil dren, volunteers with Metro politan Ministries. She suggested that she make the donation to this ministry be cause it serves more than just homeless people it serves less fortunate people as well." to give something back to the community because I love to give," the member of Brown 0 Memorial COGIC stated. :::D A professional stylist for the past 7 years, Ms. Bailey To show gratitude to the customers that participated in CJ) the drive, Ms. Bailey is hav-m ing shirts made for each with their names engraved z m r IJJ m Reserve Airmen Graduate ::1 z From Basic Training IJJ Two former residents from the Tampa Ba y area recentl y gradua t ed from b asic training. Airmen 1st Class Christopher ::I: B. Deuter and 1st Class Sarelle C. Lo-Chin are Reservists. m Both Airmen completed their training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The airmen completed an intensive < eig ht-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic -< warfare principles and skills Both also earned four credits toward an Associate in Applied -m Science Degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Deuter is the son of Anne and Charles Deuter, of )> Tampa. In 2000, he graduated from Father Judge High School -< in Philadelphia, PA. He earned an Associate Degree in 2007 from ITT Technical Institute, in Tampa. C Airman Lo-Chin is the daughter of Barbara Lo-Chin, of ., Vallejo CA. She is a 2008 graduate of Jefferson High School. a Completes Basic Training Air Force Airman Alicia R. Roeper has met all requirements and recently graduated from basic military training. The ceremony took place at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. Airman Roeper is the daughter of Barbara Roeper, of Tampa. Armv Enlistee Completes Training Army Pvt. Sonitra N. Stphar completed basic training at Fort Sill, in Lawton, OK. The nine weeks of training, included learning the training exercises in drill and ceremonies. She also learned military justice, physical fitness first aid, rifle marksmanship, weapons use, map reading and land navi-gation, and other areas. Pvt. Stphar is the daughter of Brenda Rivers, of Tampa. She C) graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School in 2009. m ......

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w m ::: w z author's Inspiration Comes From Era 01 'The last Poets' c en w ::> 1-BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Thurman "Dee" Brown started writing at the age of c 8. He said he wanted to do a lot of different things growLL ing up, and the music of the day had an influence on his < early life as it did with all of his peers. However, it was C his parents and their love of ffi the 1960s move ment that ::> impacte d his future "My parents liste n e d to The Last Poets, and I li s tene d right along with them. W The prose and poetry was radical, but it meant som c::I: thing, and it r eflected the en :::; times ." Brown, a Hillsborough High School graduate, said when h e entered college, h e pick ed up writing again after just doin g it on and off for a number of years. "My college professors encouraged me to keep writ ing. My early books were on the militant side, but they reflect the passion of the people who were a part of the late 1960s and earl y 1970s. I'm starting to mellow out a bit now. Brown said the public has been wonderful in receiving his books, and the marketing has worked out great. "I was initially surprised at the offers I r ece ived and live gotten a lot of advice from seasoned authors. I'm still learning the business, and always open for advice. Poetry will always b e the fountain I drink from when it comes to idea s of w hat to write about. When I write books, they are a r eflec ti o n of what liv e seen o r ex peri enced Brown' s l atest book "My Sky Is For Up liftment," i s a turn from hi s previous more radical r e l eases, a nd h e said h e i s p leased with th e f ee d back he' s gotten. liiiiiiiii i= w ...J ...J ::> Ill ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 lliiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ...J LLa----------------------------------------------COLLEGE HILL COGIC _. .-.,' (6414North30thStree t ,Tampa.FL33610 8132393161) ., J%av JJl;;ii;Jiw 'l Jlw Saturday, December 3rd@ 7:00pm Featuring: College Hill THnage Choir, Chlfdren's Choir & Choir #1 & The College Hill Mass Choir Beautv Salon Owner Has Diverse lite BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter As a sixt h grader, Kristin Agee found herself the fami ly's cosmetologist. From there, she started doing it for her classmates. "Later, I actually earned enough money to buy my first car. That really m ade m e feel independent. "''ve always wanted to be independent and once I developed a regular clientele. As the operator of Pizzazz Beauty Salon, Ms. Agee said not only has she developed a great clientele she's the preferre d choice of NFL cornerback, Michael Jenkins, who plays for the Minnesota Vikings She said she's been his barber since he was in college. Ms. Agee has been running Pizzazz for six years, and credits her father Joe Agee, wit h teaching h e r the in s and outs of th e bus in ess KRISTIN AGEE Also, as a single mother of two, she' s learned how to balance being a business owner and mother with the help of her family. "It's fun not having to wait on a paycheck, and not working for someone else. You can set your own hours and pay scale. M y plan is to open a chain of salons, one in Atlanta, befor e I r eti re." JOE AGEE Ms. Agee said if she had a stay at home job, she'd e able to spend more time with her son and daughter, but thanks to her family, it all balances out. "I also have a dealer's license to buy cars, and I also do modeling. I love being diverse, and operating a salon has opened a lot of other doors for me. ScholarshiP To Honor Memorv Of Communitv Activist For m a n y years, Mrs. Betty P. Brown Wiggins was ac tiv e in the community. Several weeks ago th e sorority in wh i ch s h e was a lon gtime membe r created an endowe d scholarship in her honor. Mrs. Wiggins lost her battle with cancer la s t week. However because of her dedication to ed ucation students will continue to benefit Mrs. So)\ja Garcia, former South Atlantic Regional Director of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., said, "Her wish was to h elp a child to go to school. Although the Betty P Brown Wiggins Scholarship is a national scholarship, her wish was that it be designated for students in Hillsborough County Florida only." Mrs. Garcia said that the scholarship came about in the spring of this year with IRST M. B. CHURCH HIGHLAND PINES EAST CHELSEA BAP11 n25 E. (comer of OrieiiQJ MRS. BETI'Y P. BROWN WIGGINS Endowed Scholarship created in her honor the knowledge and approval of Mrs. Wiggins and her daughter, Mrs. Deborah Brown Randall, who is also a member of the sorority. Mrs. Randall and the local chapter of the organization will administer the scholarship. Mrs. Garcia said tile scholarship must be endowed at $20,000 and she has set an aggressive target date of accomplishing this task by Mrs. Wiggins' birthday on December 12th. Mrs. Garcia said the organization hopes to present the first $1,ooo scholar-ship in the summer of 2013. Mrs. Wiggins was a native of Monticello, and graduated as the Valedictorian of Howard Academy High School at 16. She attended Florida A & M University, where she earned a Bachelor' s Degree in English. She continued her education at the University of Florida, where she earned a Master's Degree in Education. Mrs. Wiggins served as an educator in the Hillsborough County Public School District from 1957 until1968. Mrs.-Wiggins was a Life Member and "Golden Soror," of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and a member of Mt. Olive AME Church. Mrs. Garcia said that through the scholarship, "She' ll keep on giving and this community will recognize this as the fruits of Betty Wiggins labor. Anyone interested in making a donation can make checks payable to: AKA/EAF and mall them to Friends of Betty P. Brown Wiggins, C/0 Dorsity M. Dowell; P. 0. Box16354;Tampa,FL 33687-6354

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-f St. James House Of Praver Hosts Island Cuisine Dav St James House of Prayer Episcopal Church hosted its Island Heritage Cuisine Day recently with several of the 'popular' chefs displaying their dishes. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Ms. Marcia at the Island Cuisine Day activity. Gina Petty Saunders had her favorite dish on display. Leonel and Denise (Moore) Contreras, members of St. James are having a fun time. Considered the best Island Cuisine Chefs were Judith Young Taylor, Margaret Mitchell, Sandra Thomas and Virginia McKinney. Greeting guests for the day were chairlady Anna Valdez and Catherine Pearson. 0 < m 3: m m :::rJ 1\) 1\) 0 ..... ..... "T1 r-0 :::rJ c )> en m z :::f z m Daughters Of Zelophehad Hosts Women's Conference i rm Daughters of Zelophehad hosted a wome n 's conference recently at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Westshore. There were renown preachers, teachers and pastors who came togeth e r to s hare the Word one with another The conference theme was Being Made Whole. Powerful ministers, Rev. Dr. Toni Alvarado and Rev. Dr. Cynthia Hale, both of Decatur GA, were guests. Dr. Alvarado told bow her church bas provided for single moth e r s a nd their families Dr. Pauline Rivers of Plant City Christian Center and Dr. Delayna Elliott of Dunedjn were the work shop seminar speakers. (Photos by Julia Jackson) One of the guest speakers for the conference was pastor/author Rev. Dr. Toni Alvarado of Decatur, GA. Dr. Delayna Elliott of Dunedin was one of the workshop speakers. Dr. Katurah Hall attended the conference with her son. Rev. Dr. Pauline Rivers of Plant City was also a workshop presenter. Conference speaker, Dr. Cynthia Hale of Decatur, GA is also known for the powerful prayer she gave during the Democratic National Convention in 2008. TRINITY CME CHURCH :::f z "'0 c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m :::rJ -< -f c: m en c )> z c "T1 c

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:; Local Veterans Appreciation Program At Robles Elementarv c en w :::::> 1-c a: LL c z <( The students, faculty and staff at Robles Elementary School held a Veterans Appreciation Program in recognition of Veter ans Day. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Veterans in attendance at the Robles program give salute: Duane Roberts (U.S. Army), Robles teacher, Carmen Sims (U.S. Air Force), a proud grandmother, Wendy Williams (U. S. Army), Kenneth Foston (U.S. Army) and Robles Volunteer, Curtis Walker (U.S. Air Force). C Robles staffers in attendance included: Coach Small, en Shenita Washington, Chorus teacher; Annette Rawls Gibson and Rona Roberts Pryer. 1-> a: w > w c w ::1: en :::; ID :::::> D.. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::::> ID ...1 w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...1 LL 0 .,... Angelo Mitchell was a program participant. Draya Harrison also appeared on the program The 2"d graders under Ms. Fentesses, Robinson and Starling donned their salute to veterans hats and sang ''Yankee Doodle." Elegant end Elegance Is Style Neighborhood Coordinators Recognized For Their Dedication Among those in attendance at the Chief's Appreciation Dinner were from left to right Tampa Police Major Sophie Teague, Mrs. Lillie Howard, David West Award recipient, Mayor Bob Buckhorn, and Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor R ece ntly, four people re ceived specia l recognition during th e Tampa Police Chiefs Appreciation Dinner. Th e event is h e ld a nnuall y to recogniz e those consid ered Ambas s adors of their neigh borhoods. Each district nominated an individual or couple who has gone above and beyond to keep their respective neighbor ho ods safe. One in dividual was also chosen to receive the coveted David West Award. This yea r Mrs. Lillie Howard is the recipient of that award. Mrs. Howard has fought tirelessly to kee p her neighborhood safe. She has serve d in the Old West Tampa Neighborhood Watch for 27 years. Major Sophie Teague aid, She was n ever shy with the street l eve l drug d ea l ers. ... Although the Old West Tampa Neighborhood Watch has changed over the years, Mrs. Howard has been the con stant reminder that d edi cated citize n s n eve r give up on their neighborhood. David West fought tir e l ess l y for the North Tampa Community Crime Watch and Civic Association. After he died s udd e nl y in 2005, the Tampa Police Department estab lished the David West Award in his honor. Three other residents re ceive d the Outstanding Neighborhood Watch Awar d." S. Michael Vannetta was the award recipient of the award for the Old West Tampa Crime Watch Associ ation in District 1. The District 2 award was presented to Paul and Hally Boucher in recognition of their work in the Arbor Greene neighborhood Ms. Estella Acree was the recipient of the District 3 award. She represents the Rainbow Heights area of town In the past, those who serve d as neighborhood van g uards endured threats of vi olence or endured the destruction of their personal property Inspired b y such activists as Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Marilyn Durst, and the lat e David West, then Senator Les Miller, Jr., successfully e nsured the pas sage of a statute that offers protection to Neighborhood Watch Coordinators The statute became law in 2004. Having worked with Mrs. S. MICHAEL VANNETIA PAULANDHALLY BOUCHER FSTELIA ACREE Howard for many years Major Teague said I have always wanted to publically thank Mrs. Howard for being the inspiration behind the law. I was able to do that this year by nominating her for the David West Award. SENTINEL OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ............................ .. THANKSGIVING DAY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH & FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH. Papers Distributed SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH & nJESDAY, NOVEMBER.22ND

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Local ffi en c z New Clothing Boutique Opens In Brandon On November 6th 2011, a new clothing boutique opened in Brandon. Entitled, "Curvy Girls Boutique, it is located at 1076 East Brandon Blvd Gloty 's Place provided the food for the event and the music was provided b y 95 7 The Beat. (Photographs by Toby Scott). Ms. Pamela iMs. Pennyi Hall strikes a pose in front of the storeis sign on the front door. Joanne Williams and Maydean attended the event. Anjali "Queen B" and Ben Judd of 95 The Beat provided entertainment for the event. FYI Sisters In FellowshiP Sisters In Fellowship, founded by Missionary La Patterson, along with Lilli e and Shaw family and friends and the Feeding Ministry of the Palm ruver COGIC will h ave its n ext fee ding day Sunday, November 27, 2011, l p. m. The feeding will be in front of Snax Store, 7th Ave. and Henderson. Anyone is invited to attend. For additional information please contact Shelia at (813) 446-3764. m =: llJ m m :::0 1\) ,!') 1\) 0 ...a. ...a. Angelique Lenox showed off a dress she liked. ., c Myia Thornton and Monae Robinson were in attendance at llJ the Grand Opening. C HART NOTICE OF PVBIJC BEARING TO CONSIDER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS THAT THE HILLSBOROUGH AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (HART) PROPOSES TO FUND IN WHOLE AND IN PART WITH THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY TRANSPORTATION IMPACf FEES Notice is hereby given that the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners will bold a public bearing to consider capital improvements tbat the Hillsboroush Area Regional 'D:aDsit Authority (HART) proposes to fund in wbole and in with transportatioll impact fees during FY' 11 FY' 16. The hearing will be held on December 7, 2011 at 2 :00pm in the Board of County Commissioners' BO&rd ROom on the second floor of the County Center. 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida 33602. Written comments from the public are welcome and may be directed to the Hillsborough County Development Services Department on the 20th floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida 33602. A copy of HART's FY' 11 FY' 16 Impact Fee Capital Improvement Program Report will be available at the public hearing and may also be obtained by calling (813) 212-5920. '. Any person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Board in tegard to any matter CODSideNd at the hearing will need a record of the bearing, including all testimony and evidence upoo which the appeal is to be based. Towards that end, such person must ensure that a verbatim recoro of the hearing is made. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons who need special accommodations and also those who need an interpreter should contact the Citizens Action Center by callina (813) 272-5900 no later than 48 hours prior to the hearing. This meeting will be captioned for the hearing impaired. ., en J: m c m < m c m en c > z c ., c C) m ...a. ...a.

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Local Robotics Teams Take Top Honors At Competition The Minotaurs #1369 won the prestigious "Inspire Award," during the competition and the Masquerades #4997 walked away with First Place during the competition. Both teams will compete in the State Tournament February 2012. Shown in the photograph on the front row are: Tyler Keene, Jonathon Moore, Alejandro Robles, and Head Judge Steve Willingham. c Shown standing from left to right are: Carson Wolf, Club President, Levi Hoyos, Daniel Mara: t_inez-Macias, Adam Ward, Nicholas Jimenez, Jason Howard, Captain of Masquerades 4997, LL Brian Neuman, Lauren Slack, Eiji Shibata, Ryan Glass, Riley McDonald, Jonathon Roth, JasC mine Santiago, Captain of Minotaur 1369, Vincent Long, and Mackenzie Clark, Mentor for z 1369. <( c en w ::::: t-> a: w > w c w :::t: en ::::i m ::::: D.. z ti -' -' ::::: m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, Principal Owen Young expressed pride in the S.T.E.M. Pro gram at Middl eton High School. This week, he is even more proud of the two Ro botics Teams that brought home trophies this past weekend. Last Saturday, two of the three Robotics teams at Mid dleton won awards during the First Tech Challenge Competition. The tourna ment took place at Hillsborough High School and beat the current world record by 75 points. Of the 11 teams in the competition, the Masquer ades came in first place after th e Qu a lifying Matche s and the Minotaurs came in sec ond place. The two team s then combined their talents to take part in the Alliance Rounds. Three competitive matches later, Middleton walked away two of the three matches. Those earned them the Win ning Alliance Trophy, First Place. Mrs. Kathy Freriks, Lead Teacher for Magnet Programs at Middleton said, Both teams compete in February at Embry Riddle A e ronautical Uni v e rsity, in Daytona Beach. The Masquerades compete because they won first place. The Minotaurs com pete because they won the Inspire Award. The In spire Awa,rd" is given for the best all around team. Young said the school's S.T.E.M. (Science Technol ogy Engineering & Mathe matics) Program has moved rapidly since its inception. Middleton is posed to be the leader in the Southeastern Region of the United States the man y different programs that aligns President Obama' s S.T.E.M. in Scientific discovery and technology advance ment initiative We are the only high school a program that has received acclaimed Pro ject Lead The Way Certifica tion last year. Our goal i s to become recognized as anationally known S.T.E.M. in stitution." Young further stated that th e school currently has two teams that are compet ing. He hopes to increase that number to four the addition of an all-female team and a 9th grade team. Last year, members of the Robotics team competed in the World Championship competition that was held in St. Louis. PartnershiP Guarantees Communitv College Graduates Admission To USF ... President of HCC Three bay area commu nity colleges have entered into a partnership the University of South Florida. This is an unprecedented proactive plan of cooperation to enhance educational op portunities for students and provide a more competitive workforce for the region. The University of South Florida, Hillsborough Com munity College, Pasco-Her nando Community College and St Petersburg have be come consortium partners. The partnership was created to address the increasing demand for higher education and the need for more highl y ski lled professionals Judy Genshaft, President of the University of South Florida, said the agree ment provides a profound benefit for students in the re gion, and ultimately the econ om y b y graduating talented and educated students who will join a regional workforce. Ken Atwater, President of Hillsborough Community College, called the agreement a for all of us. Katherine M. Johnson is the President of PascoHer nando Community College and William D. Law is the President of St P e tersburg College. JUDY GENSHAFf ... President of USF ... President of HCC The consortium partners bring their programs into greater alignment to help in crease transfers from com munity colleges to the university or other four-year programs the consor tium and help reduce the time it takes to earn associ ate's and bachelor's degrees. Some of the innovative steps being taken to promote expanded access for regional students include: guaranteed admission to the University for community college gradu ates; consistent articulation policy and AS-to-BS agreements; and concurrent enrollment status for selected commu nity I state college students university advisors as signed to these students. Students also benefit from preferential admission to selective upper-division programs; and expansion of financial aid resources to support two-plus-two students. The consortium is also looking into possible joint staffing opportunities for fac ulty student services and other key personnel as well as capturing best practices and creative thinking from each of the partners to make the project successful. SENTINEL OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH & FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH Papers Distributed SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH & nJESDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND

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:.o:t Local 5 orts ffi Unitv Football Pits Copeland Saints Against Jackson Heights Vikings c z 0 < m s: m m ::0 Recently th e stands at th e J ac kson Heights YET Center w e re th e place to be for action on th e football. Th e Jackson Heights Vikings hosted the Copeland Park 1\) _!\) Saints on November s'h. (Photographs b y Isaac Parsons). Diedrea Willis, Executive Fundraiser, Tammy Harris, Unity Vikings, Sonia Ocasio, Executive Secretary, and Latarsha Warren, Executive Trea&urer of the Jackson Heights Vikings were on hand to cheer on their team. Members of the Mandrize family came out in full force to show team spirit and support for the Jackson Heights Vikings. Shown in this photograph are Debra Cobb, Tasha Merisier, Crystal Speight, Troy McDuffie, and Brian Smith. FYI Countv's Holidav Tree lighting Festival Is Dec. 1 Celebrate the holiday sea. son with Hillsborough County and the Friends of th e County Parks during the 10th Annual Hillsborough County Holiday Tree Light ing Festival. Thi s free, fam ily-friendly event is Thursday, Dec. 1 at Joe Chillura Courthouse Square in downtown Tampa. Free parking is provided during the event at the County Cen ter Public Parking Garage, corner of Pierce St. and Jack son St. entrance on Jackson St. Kids of all ages can listen to musical entertainment, play carnival and inflatable games, create holiday arts-n crafts e njoy free food and of course witness the official tree lighting ceremony. D o n t forget to bring your camera to take a picture with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. The Hillsborough County Holiday Tree Lighting Festi val is scheduled from 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. at Joe Chillura Courthouse Squ are, corner of Pierce St. and Kennedy Blvd., across from County Center. Call th e Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Depart ment at (813) 635-3500 for information. Wide Receiver Julian Gonzalez, who wears #tO for the Copeland Park Saints, caught a winning touchdown! 1\) 0 ..... ..... "T1 r-0 ::0 c )> 0 m z ::::! z m r-m Ghram Wingo and Zah'Karia Merisier came out and c: enjoyed watching the youngsters in the game. r-r. m ::::! z c: m !: 0 ::I: m c m < m ::0 -< c: m 0 c )> z c "T1 ::0 c

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ffi Jeter's HS In Process Of m Naming Field After Him zlr-----=------, c C/) w ::J 1-DEREK JETER KALAMAZOO, MI-Derek Jeter's high school is in the process of naming its base ball field after the New York Yankees' star. The school district's board recently approved a committee's recommendation that Kalamazoo Central's field be named Derek Jeter Field. School spokesman Alex Lee says there are still some logistical matters that must be addressed. The board's approval is obviously a big step. Jeter graduated from the school in 1992. As a senior, he hit .508 with four home runs and 23 RBis in 23 games. He was inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame in 2007. Former Penn State Linebacker Arrington Angrv At SanduskV LAVARARRINGTON LaVar Arrington, a for mer NFL and Penn State linebacker, has spoken out against Jerry Sandusky in the Penn State scandal. The two-time All-American star from Penn State initially refused to comment on the ...J allegations against the former defensive coordinator, who i= has been charged with more z than 40 counts of sexual m assault on young boys. But following Sandusky s inter( view with Bob Costas, C: Arrington angrily responds 0 in defense of his alma mater Li and the students and children affected by Sandusky's alleged actions. It's an ugly situation ... I love Penn State. There's a love affair that I have with that institution that goes far beyond any one person ... When I got to Penn State, I guess the reason why I gravitated to Jerry Sandusky, just outside of the obvious of him being the professor of 'Linebacker U,' -and that was why you go there, to be a part of that school, I wanted to be a part of that tradition. The one thing that reall y s tood out and stuck with me was that I always saw him giving back. I always saw him as being a part of the commu nity. I always saw him working with kids and caring about them So when I heard this information, when these allegations hit when all these things started being reported, it totally, and I say totally, took me off-guard. I was moved to tears. I looked at my children because immediately I started thinking back to all the moments that I had at Penn State and all the moments I had with him. And just thinking to myself how hard I worked to please him, and how hard I work to please Joe [Paterno], and how hard we all worked to please these guys and then to have this happen. Cardinals Re-Open Negotiations With Puiols ALBERT PUJOI.S The St. Louis Cardinals have re-opened contract negotiations with now free agent Albert Pujols for the first time since February. Prior to spring training, Pujols set a Feb. 16 deadline for the Cardinals to work out a deal to sign him to an extension before the season began. The 31-year old did so in order to avoid negotiations during both training camp and the regu lar season. The two sides were not able to work out a deal and while Pujols had arguably his worst season as a professional in 2011, he helped lead St. Louis to a World Series title NBACancels Games Through December15 DAVID STERN The NBA has informed teams that all games through Dec. 15 have been canceled. The most recent collective bargaining proposal sent to the players detailed a 72-game 2011-12 NBA season that would begin on Dec. 15. The NBPA made the decision to reject that offer from the owners; and have begun to make efforts to disband their union. In doing so, they plan to try to take talks of a new collective bargaining agreement out of the negotiating room and into the courts. Until now NBA commissioner David Stern had only officially only canceled NBA games through Dec. 1. During an interview Stern made it clear that with the NBA players recent actions, the pos s ibility of any season in 2011-12 is becoming incr easing ly unlikely. Kings Hire Sman And Jackson As Assistant Coaches SACRAMENI'O, CA The Sacramento Kings have hired former Golden State Warriors head coach Keith Smart and ex-player Bobby Jackson as assistants under Paul Westphal. Smart was dismissed after going 36-46 in his lone season running the Warriors despite making a 10-game improvement from the pre vious season. He took over last minute in September 2010 for the NBA s career wins leader, Don Nelson. Jackson, who played 12 KEITH SMART And BOBBY JACKSON NBA seasons, becomes an assistant after two years as the Kings' basketball opera tions special assistant work ing in scouting, player evalu ations and NBA Draft prepa ration. Prince Fielder se-eking $200+ Million Contract Free-agent first baseman Prince Fielder is reported ly seeking a contract worth upwards of $200 million. Fielder would like to earn the same amount annually as Ryan Howard. The comparable Philadelphia Phillies slugger signed an extension in 2010 worth $125 million over five years. Fielder is one of the most coveted bats this offseason by teams looking for a fran chise player to fill a hole at first base. The three-time AllStar had spent his entire MLB career with the Milwaukee Brewers before PRINCE FIELDER becoming a free agent. Due to his contract demands, it appears unlikely he will return to Milwaukee Moblev Files Lawsuit Against Knicks Regarding Medical Retirement NEW YORK -Former NBA guard Cuttino Mobley filed a lawsuit against Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, accusing the New York Knicks of pressuring him to retire as a way to save approximately $19 million. Mobley retired because of hypertrophic cardiomyopa thy, a heart disease, shortly after the Knicks acquired him from the Los Angeles Clippers on Nov. 21, 2008. He knew he had an irregu larity with the heart, but an MRI exam the team ordered after his physical revealed the more serious condition. The lawsuit filed in the Southern District of New York contends the Knicks CU1TINO MOBLEY knew of Mobley's condition, but pushed to make the trade anyway, then sent him to s ,pecialists they knew would oppose him playing so insurance could pay his contract and it wouldn t count against the luxury ta."<.

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Tiger Woods hasn't won a golf tournament in two years. His world ranking has slipped from #1 in the world to #50. Yet, he is the most dominating figure in golf. Tiger Woods is the most talked about golfer on any tour. Tiger is the most talked about golfer at tournaments where he is not playing. Tiger is the talk of the current presidential golf match between the United States and an international team, even though he was a captain's pick. When Tiger plays in a tournament, the television ratings go up, live attendance goes up and he dominates the tournament by drawing the largest group of followers. It is obvious that golf needs Tiger Woods. Tiger may not be the most liked golfer in the world, but he is surely the most popular. Shaquille O'Neal Marries Nikki 'Hoopz' Alexander, With No Prenup SHAQUILLE O'NEAL And NIKKI ALEXANDER Former NBA star, Shaquille O'Neal has gotten married to his reality TV star fiance, Nikki "Hoopz" Alexander. A source said that the two didn t plan on a big wedding, nor did they tell anyone about what they were about to do. They instead, went and got married The so urc e also claims that Alexander didn' t sign a prenup before the two got married, so Shaq looks to lose a lot if his marriage to Hoopz ends on a nasty note. The two were seen on Tuesday walking around New York City Wade Will listen To Overseas oners DWAYNE WADE MIAMI -Dwyane Wade is ready to play basketball. Preferably in Miami. And if that's not an option, he's preparing himself to start looking elsewhere. Wade said Thursday that he has authorized agent Henry Thomas to listen to any viable offers that may be out there for him to play internationally this season -with the caveat that, until such time as all hope for an NBA season is gone, he won't be signing any deal with any other club. "I told my agent to just take a peek," Wade said "It's time. There's a possibil ity that we're not going to have a season. We' ve got to see what's out there, what the possibilities are. I want to play competitive basketball this year. I've missed a year of basketball in my life before. I'm not trying to miss another. I don't have too many years of basketball left." venus To Make Comeback Against Serena In Colombia VENUS And SERENA WILLIAMS MILAN -Venus Williams plans to make her comeback in an exhibi tion match against h e r sis ter, Serena in Colombia on Wednesday after being forced to pull out of the U.S. Open bec a use of an immune system dis ease. Venus said that she ha s changed her diet to fill it with vegetables after being diagnosed with Sjogren's syndrome, which can cause fatigue and joint pain. The Williams sisters will pla y Italian pair, Francesca Schiavone and Flavia Pennetta in another exhibition match in Milan on Dec.3. Packers Dl Jollv Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison JOHNNY JOLLY HOUSTON -Suspended Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly was sentenced to six years in prison Thursday for violat ing the terms of his probation for a drug conviction State District Judge Denise Bradley imposed the sentence despite tearful pleas from Jolly and his mother, Phyllis Jolly, to allow the 6-foot-3, 325-pound lineman to be treated for his addiction to codein e instead of going to prison. Jolly's aunt, agent and drug counselor also testified on his behalf. "I want to go to rehab to get help," Jolly told the judge as he wiped away tears." BEAUTY UNLIMITED. SANDRA This week's beautiful Beauty Unlimited feature is Sandra. This dynamic young woman enjoys posing for the camera and just generally doing whatever she can to make sure people know who she is. Sandra believes there are some very special things in store for her in the near future, and she will be a person to be reckoned with. Sandra makes time to spend with her family and friends, and knows how to have a great time when she goes out. When it comes to the man in her life, Sandra said he must be honest with me and himself, self-reliant, handsome, and ambitious. Congratulations to Sandra as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you' re Interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, includ ing a contact number to: lcrews@flsentinel.com. 1\) 0 ...... ...... ., r-0 ::c (/) m z ::::! z m r-m m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c ., ::c c

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Entertainment N N a: w m :!: w > 0 z FAMU Alumni Friends HostPartv >= < F AMU Alumni Friends hosted a party recently in East Tampa and gathered at poolside to enjoy the activities. (Photos by Julia Jackson) w ::::> 1-c a: LL c z < c U) w ::::> 1-> a: w > w c w ::t: U) :::l m ::::> 0.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m ...J w z i= z w U) < c a: 0 ...J LL CD ,... w CJ FAMU Alumni Friends hosted a recent party. From left are: Darele Campbell, Justina Cox, Nora Johnson, Candi Felder and Anita Jordan. Albert Hodges and Margaret Woody enjoyed the evening. Michael Hodges was also in attendance. if Lawrence Hires stopped by to party with the Rattlers. DJs for the evening were DJ Gemini and Billy 'D'. Tampa's Nightlife One of the spots gaining popularity in Tampa's night scene is Club Atlanta. It attracts a mature crowd that enjoys a relaxing evening. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Woodard and Sheila Thompson out for the evening. Thomas Lapkins, Jr. ready for an evening out. Tammy Sparr and Jerry Jespers enjoy a relaxing evening. Murry Weeks and Monroe Tarres enjoying a night out.

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rtainment Chris Tucker, Ice Cube In Talks For Another Fridav ICE CUBE And CHRIS TUCKER Tiny Lister, the actor who plays Debo in the 'Friday movies said an exclusive to that he's been in discus sions about doing one more installment to the 'Friday' films that originally starred Chris Tucker and Ice Cube. Tiny claims he was flown out on Tucker's private jet to talk about doing a new 'Friday' flick and they even brought up doing another 'Fift h Element' movie. Chris Tucker vowed to never do another 'F riday be cause his personal life dis agreed with the character's smoking habit. Bevonce And Jav-z Go House Hunting In Miami JAY-Z And BEYONCE Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z are looking for a new home in Miami for their growing family. Per usual Beyonce stepped out in ye t another beautiful maternity style, wearing a bright yellow flowing dress with purple and green colors. In other Beyonce news, on November 29 the diva will release Live at Rose land: Elements of 4, a new DVD which chronicles every thing that went on at Rose land, from behind the scenes moments, to rare footage of Beyonce's younger years to the actual concert itself. Jav-z: ot course I'll Change BabV's Diapers' Jay-Z is a lot of things: a rapper, a nightclub owner, a clothing designer, an author. But the one job he's most excited about? Being a hands-on father. "Of course, of course, ''I'll change my baby's dia pers," the hip-hop star whose real name is Shawn Carter, tells th e December issue of GQ "One hundred percent." The 42-year-old rapper --who is currently expecting his first daughter with Beyonce Knowles, 30 says he can already imagine driving his little girl around town. Being an involved parent is important to the Broo k lynite, given that his own father, Adnis Reeves, abandoned him at age 11. "If your dad died before you were born, yeah, it hurts, but it's not like you had a connection with something that was real," Jay-Z explains. "Not to say it's any better, but to have that connection and then have it ripped away was, like, the worst My dad was such a good dad that. when he left, he left a huge scar. He was my superhero." The rapper and his father didn't reunite until 2003, when Jay-Z was 33 years old. MJ Estate Thrills To Biopic MICHAEL JACKSON Michael Jackson's es tate wants to b e starting something in Hollywood: a King of Pop biopic. With Dr. Conrad Murray's involunt ary man s lau g hter trial now over, John Branca, the executor of the Jackson estate, has approached Ivan Reitman and Tom Pollock's Mon tecito Picture Company about the possibility of pro ducing and financing a Jackson biopic. The Project would only cover certain pe riods of the late singer's life. Bevonce's Dad Is Back With New Girl Group MATHEW KNOWLES NEW YORK -Mathew Knowles says there's a l ack of girl groups in the music in dustry today, so it' s the right time to launch his latest proj ect: a reality show on MTV that follows the development of the gro up From Above. "Breaking From Above" premieres int erna tionally this month and in December, and Knowles says it may be shown in the United States next spring. "Most reality shows are about putting together groups, this is the opposite," he said in a recent interview. The days of girl groups dominating the music scene are long gone. Knowles says it's a result of band mates not understanding the roles they play. "If I'm th e lead singer, I've got to know that, accept that, and all the members have got to accept it," he said. "Every body's role has to be estab lished at day one." Knowles was the man ager of Destiny's Child, which included his daughter Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. Originally a quar tet, the trio stopped perform ing in 2005. Toni Absent From 'Braxton Familv Value' Premiere Partv THE BRAXTONS: TOWANDA, TRINA, TAMAR AND TRACI; AND MOM, EVELYN Tamar, Towanda, Trina, Traci and mother, Evelyn Braxton hit the big night to promote "Braxton Family Values" Season 2, that aired Nov. 10 on WEtv But Toni was not there? The Braxton sisters' su perstar sibling Toni Braxton was a no-show. Toni has been focusing on her musical comeback and keeping her finances in check. Premiere parties are probably not at the top of her priority list Last month, Toni fired her manager Vince Herbert, who is married to her sister, Tamar. Speaking of Tamar--sibling rivalry is a consistant plot line during the show, which usually centers around Toni and Tamar's quests for Lady Gaga-like careers. r Tvler Perrv's For Bener Or Worse' Is Bener 0 :::c !; C/J m z z m r OJ c:: r r m z ""D c:: OJ c C/J ::I: m c MICHAEL JAI WHITE And TYLER PERRY m < m Base d on the film 'Why Did l Get Married,' Tyler Perry's new television dramedy For Better or Worse is scheduled to premiere on TBS Friday, November 25 at 10:00 p.m. And, it just may be worth watching for the Mr. Brown-hating crowd. In an effort to reach a younger au dience, the cast features a set of upwardly mobile, edu cated, well-to-do black folks. The ensemble is led by Michael Jai White and Tasha Smith, who reprise P.O. Box 130184 Timpe, Fl 33181.0184 Ptlont: (813) 5-ldc!My{554-3e38) FIIOiboolc: KkiiMiy C.. Nltwodt their roles as Marcus and c! Angela, still struggling to rn get beyond their past. Like c real married couples the y have baggage; but, instead of :J> running to court they choose to work through their issues. They are supported by a :::C group of relatively fresh faces C that include 2008 Miss USA Crystle Stewart, whose character Leslie may be too perfect for some, All-Ameri can volleyball player/model Jason Olive (Joseph), Kiki Hayes (Keisha), and Kent Faulcon (Richard). G') m .... .....

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Memoriams rd of Thanks BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM IN MEMORY OF MRS . KATIE B. GROOMS Sunrise: 11-22-1931 Sunset: 11-15-1999 Words could never express how deeply you are missed. Love, your sons, Jason and Tony Grooms. c HAPPY fE THANKSGIVING <( c en w .... w > w c w z en ::::i lXI TELLECIA 'SHARRON' JOHNSON z t= w ..J ..J Missing you with love. lXI 1/31/76-11/24/09. Forever young. brother and nieces, Angel and Tangelia. Your Am in, IN MEMORIAM TELLECIA 'SHARRON' JOHNSON To my Iii' sister, who h.v.nnll.t have ever thought my 1m1ssltngyou wouldn't cease at miss me being able to my big sister role on being everyone's 7-and all. The days I was lf'r .. liil of 'Vas like this, when I miss you and I wish you were W here, my Skennethia. (!) Forever young, t/31/76 -11/24/09 o.; Shan and family. HAPPY THANKSGIVING TELLECIA 'SHARRON' JOHNSON 1/31/76-11/24/09 It' s been 2 years and we are still missing you as if it was yesterday. Forever young. Mom, Sharon; and daughters, Loronda and Arrijaha. XA VIA D. I. 'PEBBLES' WILLIAMS From the family of the "late" Xavia D. I. "Pebbles" Williams, we would like to thank each and every one of you in the community for all acts of kindness that was shown to us during our bereavement. God bless you all! Ms. Sylvia L. Taylor. 11.\R,IO\ I I \ I I{ \ I. II 0 \ H FAMUNews FAMU Drum Maior Dies Suddenlv Alter Classic A 26-year-old Florida A & M University Drum Major died suddenly after the Florida Classic. He was discovered un conscious on the bus. Robert Champion was on the bus with other band members Saturday night, parked in front of the Rosen Plaza Hotel on International Drive. He began vomiting and complaining that he couldn't breathe. Crime Man Fires Into Crowd, Shoots Two People BYRON SHOWERS On Saturday night Hillsbor ough County sheriffs deputies reported that a man fired shots into a crowd of people after a fist fight. Acco rdin g to the arr es t r e port Byron Showers, Ill, 20 go t into a n argument with a man that escala t ed into a fight. Deputies said Showers saw th e same person walking with a crowd of people at 1503 130th Avenue and fired into tl1e crowd striking two people He then fled the sce ne. Showers was arrested dur ing a traffic stop at 19th Street a nd Woodfern Drive, n ear Uni ve rsity MalL He faces two counts of aggravated b attery with a deadl y weapon and is being held on $4,000 baiL Our Business Is Service 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 1105-33!50 248-8125 www.wilton-lhome.com ROBERT CHAMPION ... Died Suddenly Champion was transported to Doctor Phillips Hos pital, where he was pronounced dead. The case was investigated by the Or lando County Sheriffs Office Police do not suspect any foul play. Champion was from Atlanta and was majoring in music. He was 1 of 6 drum ma jors for the Marching 100 Rat tlers. He was chosen as a Drum Major last year . Man Charged With Assaulting Pregnant Girlfriend On Sunday, Tampa Police arrested a man who allegedly punched his pregnant girl friend in the face and choked her to near unconsciousness during an argument. Police said Jahreese Jordan, 29, attacked his girlfriend during an altercation 3 a. m. Saturday morning. The incident occurred in the 1400 block of 99th Avenue Jordan was arrested 1 a m. Sunday and police said he and his girlfriend have a 7-month-old child together Jordan is being held with-JAHREESE JORDAN out bond on charges of aggra vated battery on a pregnant woman and battery by strangu lation. Man Sentenced To lite In Prison For Girlfriend's Death On Saturday, a judge sen tenced Vmcent Brown, 41, to life in prison for the kidnap ping and murder of hi s girl friend Jennifer Johnson In 2008, Brown report edly kidnapped Johnson, and put her in the trunk of a car be fore driving east into Polk County During the trip, inves tigators said Johnson managed to make a call on her cell phone, but authorities could not locate her. Her body was later found in an abandoned home in Polk County. After a jury decided Brown didn' t need to die, a judge handed down the sentence. VINCENT BROWN On Wednesday the jury con victed Brown of kidnapping and first-degree murder. On Saturday the jury was left with the decision of whether to recommend life or death for Brown. Funding Restored For Hurricane Hunters WASHINGTON, D. C.-U. S. Rep. Kathy Castor recently announced that Hurricane Hunter jobs and funding have been restored in a proposed fiscal year 2012 appropriations bill. The Hurricane Hunter Air craft Operations, with personnel and flights out of MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, faced a 4096 cut, from $29 million to $17 million, under the Republican-led appropriations bill passed out of committee last summer. Rep. Castor worked with the affected parties and colleagues to emphasize the importance of Hurricane Hunters and accurate forecasts. "The Hurricane Hunters provide invaluable. information on the track and intensity of tropical storms and hurricanes. Hurricane Hunters save lives and money, and the irresponsible cuts woul.d have dealt a severe blow to accurate predictions and the important missions out of MacDill Air Force Base, Rep. Castor said.

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Crime Former Youth Coach Gets 16 Year Sentence For Dealing Drugs ROBERT PERTEE U. S. Distric t Judge James Whittemore se n tenc e d Robert Pertee, 3 9 to 16 yea r s in f e deral pri so n for po ssess i o n of cocaine with intent to sell or deliver and for being a felon in poss es sion of a fire a rm Pertee, a former youth football coach for the East Tampa Bandits, was previously convicted in federal court for possession of cocaine with th e int e nt to sell or deliv e r On F ebruary 3, 2011, Pertee arranged to purcha se two kilograms of cocaine for distribution, and after th e cocaine was d e liv e r e d a searc h warrant was execu t ed. Officers r ecovere d the two kilograms of cocaine and s m a ll a m ounts of crack cocain e, powder cocaine, m a rijuana and drug distribu tion paraph e rnalia including a scale and cooking pot con t a ining cocaine r es idue. Office r s also recovered a-40 calib er h a ndgun loaded with e i g ht rounds. A digital video recorde r connected t o Pertee's s urv eilla nce sys t e m was r ecove r e d along with footage of th e delivery of the cocaine and the frequent traffic to and from his house at .2607 East 27th Avenue. Police Respond To Shots Fired At Brandon Club Members of the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office responded to a Brandon nightclub early Friday morn ing. The call was in reference of shots being fired at the club According to a spokesperson for the Sheriffs Office the report of a shooting at Club Boomerang, 2016 Town Center Blvd. The call was received at 2:53 a m However, when deputies arrived, they were not able to locate anyone who had been struck by gunfire or a suspect. They did locate an unidenti fied man who said he fell and cut his hand during an alter cation The investigation is continuing Police Officer Resigns After Child Shooting Negligence Case RAWNHAYNES L a k eland P o li ce o fficer, Rawn Haynes, has r es i g n e d from the d e part m ent after h e was found guilty in an incident th a t l eft a 10-year-old boy with a g un s h o t wound According t o polic e r e port s, Haynes, an officer and youth football coach, left hi s so n and two brothers ages 10 and 7, in his car while he went into a home on September 10, 2010. Haynes was driving the bo ys to football practice in Orlando when he made the stop b y his father' s home. While Haynes was in the home, the 7-year-old acci dentally fired a gun Haynes left in his car witbin the reach of the y oung boys. As a result the 7-yea r-old accidentally shot his 10-year old brother in the hand. Haynes, 47 was found guilty of misdemeanor negli gence and sentenced to six months probation and a $500 fine Witnesses TestifV In Gang Related Murder 018-Year-Oid Witnesses testified Thurs day and Friday in the trial of three men charged in the death of an 8-year-old child Paris WhiteheadHamilton was shot to death inside her St. Petersburg home in 2009. On trial for her death are Dondre Davis, Stephen Harper, and Duong Nguyen. A fourth suspect, Mario Walls, testified Friday against his associates. Police said more than 50 bullets were fired into the house where WhiteheadHamilton was sleeping. Investigators said the shooting was the result of a gang war between the Bethel r -. ; : --. .. ... .. ' ' "'" -!iff!lf' MARIO WALLS DONDREDAVIS Heights Boys and 8-Hype. The two groups got into a verbal altercation at a dance At some point, shot were fired a t WhiteheadHamilton's cousin, Richard Junior. Walls, Harper, Nguyen, and Davis, Bethel Heights gang members, reportedly STEPHEN HARPER DUONG NGUYEN got i t g a vehicle, and sot up Whitehead-Hamilton's house. Walls accepted a second degree murder conviction in exchange for his testimony against Nguyen, Davis and Harper. Police said Walls was the getaway driver during the shooting. 00 Jurv Recommends Death Sentence For Man Convicted Of Killing OHicer c }< z m s: llJ m :II 1\) 1\) HUMBERTO DELGADO ... Found Guilty of 1st-degree murder A jury decided on the death penalty for a man con victe d of killing a Tampa Police Corporal late Thursday. They found him guilty the day before. The jury voted 8-4 that Humberto Delgado, Jr., 36, should be put to death for the murder of Cpl. Michael Roberts. The final decision rests in the hands of trial Judge Emmett Lamar Battles. On August 19, 2009, Tampa Police Corporal Roberts encountered Delgado at the intersection of Artie Street and Nebraska Avenue pushing a shopping cart. CPL. MICHAEL ROBERTS ... Killed in August 2009 N 0 ...... ...... Cpl. Roberts approached Delgado and the two fought The fight continued, and the Delgado allegedly pistol-whipped the officer before firing one shot at the ., officer. The bullet struck 5 Cpl. Roberts on the right :!:! side of the chest killing him. Delgado surrendered after a brief search. Defense attorneys failed to Z prove that Delgado suffered mental disorders that pre-m vented him from being responsible for his actions. c: They also said the shooting J= was not premeditated. m Cpl. Roberts was 38 at the time of his death. No "tJ sentencing date has been set C: in the case. c;; :::t m UNCLE SANDY c m < m ... 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0 N N' N a: w m ::: w z >-en w c a: LL c z < c en w ::::) .... ;: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::::) &:L z w -J -J ::::) m -J w z z w en C 0 -J LL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO.: 29-2010-CA-002842 DIVG BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, vs. DIEP THI HUYNH; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DIEP THI HUYNH; UNKNOWN TENANTS Et. AI. Defendant(s). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated November 3. 2011, and entered in 29-201 0-CA-002842 DIV G of the Circuit Court of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, wherein BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, is the Plaintiff and DIEP THI HUYNH; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DIEP THI HUYNH; UNKNOWN TENANTS; are the Defendant(s) Pat Frank as the Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash _at ?OO East Twiggs Street Room 201/ 202, in George Edgecomb Building 2nd Floor Tampa, FL 33602, at 2:00p.m. on December 07. 2011, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment to wit: LOT 31, BLOCK 1, APOLLO BEACH UNIT ONE PART TWO, AS PER PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 34, PAGE 41, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8771. Dated this day of November. 2011. PAT FRANK AS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ Alexis De La Rosa DEPUTY CLERK ------------------------------For Vou. r Convenience The Florida Sentlnel Bulletin Accepts DE& aT VIIVI __ .._rll_rd .A...,_rl--ra E:xp.-- .Arad D-blt'o-rdIP'-..... -t v-....... ... Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m . December 12. 2011, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Development Services Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Zoning Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The recommendation and/or Final Decision of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05 unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE .THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Development Services Department at (813) 276-2006 or 272-5920. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 11-0829-CW (AB), filed on 09/13/2011 by Gino's Restaurant, represented by Michael D Horner of 14502 N Dale Mabry Hwy. #200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962-2395, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises) The property is 3,459 sq. ft. and is presently zoned CN. It is located in all or parts of Section 14 Township 28 Range 18 or 10005 & 10010 !'J Armenia Ave ; Petition SU 11-0878-CW, filed on 09/29/2011 by Alvaro Rodriguez, of 12819 Pacifica Pl., Tampa, FL 33625 ph 813-389-8082 requesting a Special Use Permit for a church. The property is 3.03 ac and is presently zoned RSC-6 It is located in all or parts of Section 7 Township 28 Range 18 or 13302 Lynn Rd. Petition SU 12-0025-SFN, filed on 10/13/2011 by Thomas F. Eichem, Pastor, represented by Jason Kendall of 708 Lithia Pinecrest Rd #1 01, Brandon, FL 33511 ph 813-689-7002, requesting a Special Use for a school. The property is 2.23 ac and is presently zoned RSC-6. It is located in all or parts of Section 2 Township 29 Range 20 or NE cor of Lenna & Wense Ave. Petition SU 12-0045-PR, (AB) filed on 10/20/2011 by RJR 2 Liquors Inc of 7441 Dragonfly Loop, Gibsonton FL 33534 ph 813-766-3844 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP (Beer, wine & liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises) (Package Sales) The property is 1,991 6 sq. ft. and is presently zoned PD (89-0051) It is located in all or parts of Section 31 Township 29 Range 20 or 3847 U.S. Hwy S. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 11-0827-BR, filed on 09/13/2011 by Jim Stutzman, of P. 0. Box 320323, FL 33679, ph 813-831-6600 requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is .50 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 29 Range 20 or 1315 St. Petition RZ 12-0039-BR, filed on 1 0/19/2011 by C G Land Dev Co LLC, represented by Judy L. James of 325 S Boulevard Tampa FL 33606 ph 813-254-7157, requesting a zone from RMC-6 (R) to RSC-9(R) The property is 9 54 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 16 Township 29 Range 20 or S/S of Windhorst Rd., 50' E/0 Oakcrest Dr Petition RZ 12-0041-KO, filed on 10/19/2011 by Patricia A. Tennille, represented by Mark Nahm, of 17010 Crawley Rd., Odessa, FL 33556, ph 813-494-6246, requesting a zone change from AR & ASC-1 to ASC-1 The property is 4 15 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 22 Township 27 Range 17 or 16936 Crawley Rd. Petition RZ 12-0043-WM, filed on 1 0/20/2011 by Christin Arroyo, represented by Juan Pizano, of 614 Maggie St, Wimauma, FL 33598, ph 813-650-1691, requesting a zon e change from RSC-6 to RSC-6 (MH). The property is 55 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 09 Township 32 Range 20 or 409 6th St.. Petition RZ 12-0044-BR, filed on 10/20/2011 by Timothy H. Powell, of P. 0. Box 1016, Tampa, FL 33601-1016, ph 813-220-8682, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to QR. The property is and s located in all or parts of Section 22 Tow. nship 29 Range 20 or N/S of Sadie St., 150' NW of N. Moon Ave MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 11-0828-CW, filed on 09/13/2011 by Relaxation Realty LLC represented by Michael D Horner, of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. # 200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962-2395 requesting a major modification to allow a medical office and specialty retail uses. The property is .35 ac and is presently zoned PD (79-0132). It is located in all or parts of Section 16 Township 28 Range 18 or 11005 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.

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