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n Vol. 66, no. 59 (March 15, 2011)
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c:c Q -a: Q -I u.. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area I SEE PAGE 2 VOL. 66 NO. 59 TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Celebration Planned Fo. r Gospel Singer Wall-Known Failias Lose Their Fathers Fads Arrest WoanAnd Son On Cllarges SEE PAGE 10 SEE PAGES 2 & 3 SEE PAGE 17 t j I \ \ BLACK, BROWN AND COLLEGE BOUND SUMMIT Hillsborough Community College hosted the Black, Brown and College Bound Summit last month at the Renaissance Hotel. The theme for the conference was "Courageous Conversations: Taking it to the Next Level with African American and Latino Males." The summit is designed to bring together national experts and practitioners to discuss programs and strategies to increase the academic achievement of underrepresented males. Among those in attendance were, from left: Dr. Joan Holmes, Tim King, Esquire, guest speaker and founder of an all-male school with 99% of the grads attending col lege; Dr. Ken Ray, Jr., and Dr. Sylvia Marion Carley. (Photo by BRUNSON) .... ...
Features Mom-To-Be And Her Cousin Shot At APL Complex > ( On Sunday a group of peo-cn pie had gathered at AI Barnes Park for a block 1-party in honor of the late Robert House. After the party, the majority of the people gathered again at the Jackson Heights Apartments on 34th Street and Lake Avenue. According to Tampa Police, a group of people were standing in the parking lot of the apartment complex when unknown suspects began shooting into the crowd. Tawanna Williams, 18, and 8-months pregnant, was struck in the lower back and her cousin, James Wade, IV, 15, was struck in the leg. Both were transported to local hospitals. > Williams is reported to be ( in stable condition, and i: according to a family memLL ber, Williams gave birth to herbaby. w JAMES WADE, IV ... 15-years-old is okay members living there. I often hear about shots being fired all the time and there's always something bad going on. Ms. Pickness said her son will be fine and will be coming home in a couple of days from the hospital. Police said the shooting does not appear to be random, and it proceeded some kind of disagreement. "We are investigating the shootings, but we're also dealing with a lot of conflicting stories," said spokesperson, Andrea Davis. 01--------------------------------------w ::1: liTO w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w en t3 a: 0 ..J LL FREE Professional Service ... ..,. .... L. Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Call Michelle B. Patty N local: 813 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Patty Advertising Inc. Patriarch 01 Well-Known Familv Dies After Illness BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa realtor died on Sunday at a local hospital following a brief illness. Mr. King David Davenport, Sr., was 88 years old. A native of Bonifay, Florida, Mr. Davenport was educated in the Bay County Public Sehool System. He was the last sur vivor of 10 children born to the late Charlie Arthur and Mary Davenport, of Panama City. After reaching adulthood, he met -the late Mrs. Gladys McDonald, a Tallahassee resident. The couple married and moved to Coleman, Florida. They were the parents of 9 chil dren. In 1954, the couple relocated to Tampa, where U. S. Chemical & Phosphate Company, now known as Mosaic Phosphate Company, hired Mr. Davenport. He worked with the, company for nearly 40 years, before MR. KING DAVID DA,VENPORT, SR. 10j26j22 to 3/13/11 retiring, his daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Davenport Bethune said. She further stated that after her father retired that he became active in the Real Estate business. He purchased several properties in Florida and Georgia He also established a real estate business in Donaldsonville, Georgia, she said. "He was a businessman and he never really retired a second time. He continued Our community cannot tum back to having only ONE seat on the Tampa City Council!! Help me keep our City Council Seat (District 1 ). I pledge to always be YOUR VOICE! urtis Stokes to make money from his investments," she said. Mr. Davenport became a widower in 1978, and never remarried. "He loved spending time with his children and anything to do with church, praying, singing, and prais ing the Lord. He was a long time member of, and Deacon at Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, where he was a Deacon," she said. He had been ill for over 2 years, but became critical and was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of St. Joseph's Hospital. He was surrounded by his children and grandchildren at the time of his death. Davenport is survived by 3 daughters, 6 sons, several grandchildren, other family members and friends. Funeral services for Mr. Davenport were incomplete at press time. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrange ments. .. Early Voting for the City of Tampa Runoff Election will start on Saturday, March 12th, and end on Saturday, March 19th. All locations will be closed on Sunday, March 13th. Pd. PoL Advertisement Paid For And Approved By Curtis Stokes Campaign.
-t Features c: Mavoral Race Turns Negative ROSE FERLITA On the eve of early voting, Tampa s mayoral race has turned negative. Outgoing Mayor, Pam Iorio, broke her neutrality in the race when she endorsed Bob Buckhorn, saying his competitor, Rose Ferlita, has taken a "negative turn" in the mayoral runoffs. Mayor Iorio's endorse ment comes a day after FerUta's campaign began airing television commercials criti cizing Buckhorn as an "elit ist" whose proposed economic plans favor the col lege-educated over the work ing class, and as a "career politician" and "failed busi-BOB BUCKHORN nessman" who was unfit to lead." The ads included a claim that Buckhorn had sup ported a policy "forcing police officers to keep their guns locked in the trunks of their cruisers" when he served as former Mayor Sandy. Freedman's assistant in the 1990s. Mayor Freedman said the claim is false and that the policy was imposed by the then police chief. Buckhorn criticized Ferlita during a forum for going negative and asked her to take down the commer cials. She declined, saying she stands behind the claims. Father 01 Tampa Funeral Director Dies Suddenlv c 3: )> :D (') :I: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The father of a popular funeral director died s udd en l y on Sunday. Mr. James Rhodes, Jr., was 86-years old. Jeffrey Rhodes, co owner of Ray Williams Fu neral Home said, his father woke Sunday and followed his usual routine. He at tended church service at Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist Church and returned home. Mr. Rhodes even washed the family car during the afternoon. He was talking with his wife of 50 years, Mrs. Mozelle Rhodes, when he left the room to get something from the refriger ator. The dog s sudden and continuous barking caused Mrs. Rhodes to find out what was going on. "We stopped by on our way to the Strawberry Festi val and he told me to bring him a candied apple. We had n t been at the festival for very long when my mother called and said she had called fire MR. JAMES RHODES, JR. rescue and they were doing C.P.R. "My mom went to check on him and found him on the floor. She is a retired nurse and started doing C. P. R. until fire rescue arrived," he stated. Mr. Rhodes was trans ported to St. Joseph's hospital, where he died in the Emergency Room. A native of Bradenton, Mr. Rhodes attended the public schools of Manatee County. After gradu ating from high school, he en tered the U.S. Navy as a Chef. Mr. Rhodes moved to ..... Tampa as a young adult and y. established himself. He and N his wife celebrated their 50111 anniversary in January. Mr. Rhodes retired from Bank of America (formerly C & S Bank) as a carrier several years ago. Rhodes said his father was very active and took art classes at Hillsborougll Com munity College after retire ment. He enjoyed gardening, politics, and current affairs. He was passionate about vot ing and had already cast his absentee ballot for the runoff election. Rhodes credits his father with his becoming a business owner. "We purchased the business in 1991, and it was through his financial support that I was able to do it." 0 ..... ..... Mr. Rhodes is survived by "T1 his wife; daughter, Mrs. 5 Debbie Griffin; 3 sons, Jef-:!! frey, and Michael Rhodes, c and Calvin Bexley, Jr., )> grandchildren, and other family members, church Z members, and friends. Funeral services for Mr. m Rhodes were incomplete at press time. c: r r m ::f z ""D c: tD !: CJ) :I: m c m < m :D -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :D c
,.... Editorials/Columns :I: (.) a: = avoid layoffs." Garsh! That reminds us of what the a: chicken said to the pig regarding a sacrificial contribution for the breakfast table. W Nevertheless, the issue ofbacon versus eggs wherein ffi American unions-are the ones donating the bacon, :I: seems to be quite popular on the minds of too many Recn publican (and backroom Republican) legislators. Using words in ways Webster's Dictionary never intended for :::l them to be used, right-wing Republicans and other puba. licans paint themselves as saviors of the common-folk Z by butchering a tradition, which has been a portrait of tij American Democracy since the days of Benjamin ...J Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. 5 To chantS of"Sharne!" and "Boo," one Wisconsin Rem publican responded, "This [anti-collective bargaining ...J bill] is the right thing to do to make sure that Wisconsin's fiscal house is in order." We ask, since when has j:: saving a house meant tearing out its foundation? Z Meanwhile, Florida Republicans and Tea-Partiers, m like busy little bees (or hungry termites) continue to fol
AnAnai.Ysis WhvBother To Vote; BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the last election thousands of people decided not to cast ballots. But, in that short period of time, new rules b y the Clemency Board has many it nearly impossible for others to gain their civil rights after being convicted of a felony. The process has always been cumbersome and time consuming, but other factors went into play last W ednes day. Now, instead of going through the process, ex-felons must wait five years before they can even apply for their civil rights restoration. Depending on the charge that person may hav e to re quest a hearing so that the Clemency Board can decide if the person is worthy of having his civil rights restored. Simply put, this is another form of voter suppression. Rather than go through the additional steps, most people will just abandon the idea to tally. Convicted felons make up a large segment of the general population and an even greater segment of the African American population. That is why it is imperative that those who can --VOTE! More people vote during a presidential election than at any other time. The next race that sparks any interest at all is the election for the state of fices. However, the elections that affect us most are the local elections because they affect our day-to-day living. Those who are eligible to vote should do so for those who cannot For several years, South Tampa residents have deter mined the outcome in local elections. If people in other areas don't vote, they will con tinue to feel they have no voice in local politics. The right to vote should be taken just as serious as your right to live where you want, work where you want, and dine where you want. Why bother to vote? Be cause, it is a fundamental right that far too few take advantage of at election time com Now .. On-line Advertising -4 c: m CJ) c )> :0 (') ::I: "T1 r-0 :0 c > CJ) m z :::! z m r-CJ c: r rm :::! z c: OJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c > z c "T1 :2 c
Soaps Ln T"" :I: Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-Amanda overhears Tad telling Jake that she needs to grow up; Madison admits to Ryan that he is the baby 's father; Greenlee hides from Ryan that she knew about Madison's pregnancy. Madison calls Greenlee out on trying to steal her idea; Erica makes it clear : ffi Jake aren t good; Jake passionately defends Ca:ra. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Brooke is devastated by Stephanie's words; Ridge cancels the Taboo line but Thomas begs his father to reconsider; Thomas admits to Ridge the true reason that he kissed Brooke; Thomas lashes out at Taylor. Thomas makes a clandestine deal with Madi son; Stephanie and Taylor gang up on Ridge about Brooke's latest indiscretion; Thomas defies Ridge's orders and proceeds with a press conference where he makes a surprising announcement. Ridge is frustrated by seeing Brooke by Thomas' side as they publicly speak about the Taboo line; Taylor and Stephanie blame Brooke for corrupting Thomas; Madison mistakenly lets a secret fall into the wrong hands. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Sami catches impostor Rafe giving Johnny some shocking advice; Daniel realizes Carly is still hurting over Bo; Melanie tells Carly that things are over between her and Nathan; Will and Gabi confront Kinsey about Gabi's stolen earrings. Nicole informs Stefano that Fay and Taylor are moving in; Melanie and Brady share a sweet moment; Gabi recognizes the thief who stole her earrings, but impostor Rafe does not; Kate asks EJ why he pushed for her to get Allie out of town.The sexual tension between EJ and Taylor mounts; impostor Rafe calls Stefano for advice; Brady brings Melanie home; Daniel warns Chloe that he's filing for divorce; Stefano tells his henchman to take away Rafe's belongings. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Family members converge upon the hospital to support Sonny and Brenda; Dante is warned not to compromise his badge by working with the mob; Carly enlists Luke and Ethan to blackmail Jax. Liz walks in on Nik and Brook Lynn about to do the deed; Liz learns that the paternity results for Aiden arrive at the end of the week; Johnny sets a plan in mo tion. Sonny is hell-bent o.n reveng e ; Lucky tells Liz of his plans to marry Siobhan, sending Liz into a dpwnward spiral; Dante and Ronnie bust in on the mob shipment. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Todd s life hangs in the balance; Langston is upset to discover that Ford intends to stay married to Tess; Charlie tells Echo he can't leave Viki. Tomas conceals an injury from Blair; Nigel has a heart-to-heart with Clint about the direction his life has taken; Bo C and Rex confront Alex Olanov Tension escalates between Brody and John; James supports Starr fE during Todd's crisis; Jack plans to humiliate Shane c YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Nikki cannot forgive Deacon; a celebration at Gloworm. Z Deacon reaches out to Nikki; Victor and Kyle bond. Jana vows to find Daisy's baby; Sharon tries to flee. c en w ::l .... > c: w > w c w :I: en ::J m .. ,. Need Help Applying for College Aid? ::l c. z t:i ...1 ...1 ::l m .:J w z i= z w en c c: 0 ...1 u.. : Want to Know How to Take Advantage of New Tax Cuts and Credits? Do You Have Student Financial/ Aid Questions? Get one-on-one help from student financial aid professionals ou t'tl;ie Free Application for Federal 4-id (FAFSA) at the workshop f :. t Do You Help Filing Your Taxes? You may be eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or Child Tax can receive a substantial tax refund l f Frt;e assistance for qualified families fillng 20 l 0 returns t f f What Do You Need to Bring? Bring your 2010 IRS 1040 tax arid W-2 statements ".Jf you ha.ye the,; following available, yo u shoti1d also bring these: ., ., Your Social SecuritY number l. Records for income for 2010 such as S<;>tiaL Securicy Temporary Assista n ce to Needy Families (TANF), welfare or veterans' benefits 2010 bank statements Your driver's license or alien registration card Any 2010 business or investment mortgage infonnation Business, fann, stock, bond or other investment records Factures From The Fast Art Green presents Sportsman OfThe Year Award to Alvin Walker at the North Tampa Little League Banquet. Michelle Bush and Sandria Thomas attended the Baker-Smith wedding Ann Sparks and Linda Williiams attended the Plaids & Jeans Dance.
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All About You! I Mv linle Angels V AN'NYAH, TER'QUYANNA, WIL'NYAH And WIL 'VETTE God, let me see my baby turn a year old on March 13th, 2011. Happy birthday to my baby girl. Coming from her bruh bruh, sisters, mommie Uncle Joe, Granddaddy Joe (R.I.P.), Grandmama Vandy and step granddaddy, Xavier. Haoov Birthdav EBONIE, JALEYIAH JACOBY And MEL .It's a Polo family affair. Happy birthday, Coby. Love, your family. Check Out Our Newly EnhancedWebsite -www. flsentinel.com Haoov Birthdav Yes, it's true. He's stuntin' like his daddy. Happy birthday. Love, your daddy. Haoov Birthdav SYLVESTER 'SEAL' PINKNEY Sylvester "Seal" Pinkney turns 6o. Haoov Anniversarv JACQUELINE JONES And TATUM Happy 75th birthday, Big Momma! Love, your great grandson, "Tatum-Man." -f o;..;..n.;....._ ___ ---1 rn Birthdav Celebrated On Harbour Island JJ Anita Pierce Jordon chose a popular nightspot on Harbour Island to celebrate her birthday recently. Family and friends joined ...... her for the celebration. (Photos by Julia Jackson) 91 1\) 0 ...... ...... "T1 r-0 :::c c )> en m z :::::! z m r-Ill c: r rm :::::! z "tt c: tD !: en :I: m c m < m -f c: m en c )> z c "T1 JJ c
Local 1.() NUCP To Hold General MembershiP Meeting > M e mbers of the Hillsbor-cn ou g h County NAACP will host their monthly General Mem-1-bership meeting on Thursday, gen e r a l publi c Memb e rs will also discuss i s su es a nd con cerns from memb e rs of the community during the meet ing March 1th. The meeting will take place at the CAIR (Council on AmericanIslamic Rela tions) Center, 8056 N. 56th Street, beginning at 7 p.m. The meeting is open to the Nia Inspirations Presents ... For additional information contact the branch office at 813 234-8683; or visit the web site at www.hillsborough naacp.org. A FAMILY EMPOWERMENT MUSICAL "Old School & New School" April 8, 2011 Featurlnglampa's OWn nationally recognized record i ng artist C&IP&dla Mckay & No Limits The Gospel Warriors Dr. Bevelyn Jones The MTI Praise Team & Host, Comedian Steffon Vann Bring you entire family-from generation to generation. There' s something for everybody! Friday. April 8th @8pm PROMPTLY-Doors open at 7:30 @ 34th Street Church --3000 34th Street. Tampa, FL 33605 Entrance Fee ONLY $5 Donation-at Door Sponsored by Nia Inspirations www.nialnsplratlons.com For the MTIFOC EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE April 5th -10th visit www.drdavldjones.net Tampa Man Killed In Accident Early S a turday, Hill s bor ou g h County Sh e riffs deputie s reported th a t a 2002 Jag uar dri v en b y Wayne E. Wright, 34, w a s traveling north on Gunn Highway near Copeland Road. Deputies sa id Wright was drivin g in e xcess of th e posted 45 mph limit. According to reports the vehicle went off the side of the road and traveled 300 feet before striking a utility pole. Wright w a s c riticall y in jured and w a s later pro nounc e d de a d at the scene. Gonzal e z Funeral Home has been contacted by the family to assist them with arrange ments. Head Start Manager Fired Last week, a three-person committee met and it was de cided that Michael Jimenez should be fired. Jimenez was a fiscal manager at Hillsborough County's Head Start program and was fired for helping en gineer the agency s purchase of a book authored b y _his wife. County Administrator Mike Merrill, decided to fire Jimenez after a n int e rnal investigation last year accused him of using $9,000 in Head Start funds to buy 750 copies of "Travel Boy Helps Sebast ian. The book, written by -Jimenez's wife, Johana Melendez Santiago, teaches children about germs. The committee s decision to fire Jimenez overruled a January 13111 vote by the exec uti v e committee of the head Start Policy Council. Merrill refused to concur with the council's de cision to keep Jimenez on his job. So the next step was for the dis missal to be considered by a committee comprised of Louis Fenney, the Head Start Director; Dave Rogoff, Director of the County Family and Aging Services Depart ment, and Kevin Haney, chairman of the policy council. Familv Plans Special Celebration For Gospel Singer BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor This weekend a Tampa family will pa y tribute to their patriarch. They have planned a two-day gospel celebration in honor of his 85th birthday. The celebration for Mr. Robert Jacobs, Sr., will take place at BRYCG Chris tian Center, 25001 W. Rio Vista Avenue in Tampa. His son and daughter-in-law, Pastors Rochester and Vanda Jacobs, will serve as host pastors. A nati v e of Blakely Geor gia, Mr. Jacobs became a member of the "Jacobs_ Brothers Family Singers" in 1955. After relocating to Tampa several y ears later, Mr. Jacobs established himself as a husband father, business owner, teacher, and gospel singer. He along with 8 of his 11 siblings and their families became m embers of St. Luke A; M E. Church, in 1960. After joining the church, Mr. Jacobs became a member of the Male Chorus. He remained at that church until 1982, when he moved his membership to Mt. Olive M. B Church. He remains a member of that congregation and a member of the Male Chorus. His pioneering spirit came about in 1962, when he became one of only two African Americans to own and operate a service st3:tion. Mr. Robert Jacobs, Sr., is shown with his family from left to right: George and Jerome Jacobs, Pastors Vanda and Rochester Jacobs, Sr., his wife, Mrs. Juanita Jacobs, and Robert Jacobs, Jr. He operated the business for more_ than 10 years. While still in the business in the 1970s, he also helped his nephew, Albert Kennedy, establish his own business-. During the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, Mr. Jacobs con tinued to sing. In1974, he formed the Spiritual Re vivals, which included Rochester Jacobs, Eu:.. gene Jacobs, and Ray-_ mond Jacobs, G. Shivers, Tolbert, and others. Established as a gospel singer on the local and na tionai.level, Mr. Jacobs has performe d with such gospel singers as Sh:irley Caesar, the Mighty Clouds of Joy, the Blind Boys of Alabama, and others. He also mentored many others in the field including of the Har..: mony George-Shivers, of the Gospel W arrlot:s, and John Miller and Rev._ Brown of: the Traveling --, : P "dor to his retiJ,"ement, Mr. Jacobs also served as a high schoolinstructor, teaching Auto Mechani c s at Tampa Bay Technical High School and East Bay High School. His wife-, Mrs. Juanita Jacobs, and children ; Robert, Jr.; Rochester; Noretta Jacobs"Shrivers, and Jerome Jacobs, will host Gospel Singi.J;lg on Satur day, March 19th, beginning at 7 p.m. and: hold a l.\'Iini Gospel Concert arid Anoint ing Transference Service, be ginning at 5 p m., in honor of his birthday.
More Than 1,600 Vote On 151 oav Of Earlv Voting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel dty Editor On Saturday, 1 622 people cast ballots on the first da y of Early Voting. The opportunity to cast b a llots before th e up coming election will end on Saturd ay, March 19th. The results from the first day are: C. Blythe Andrews Public Library, 206; County Center, 59; Elections Service Center, 6; Jan Platt Library, 859; New Tampa Library, 201; North Tampa Library, 134; and West Tampa Library, 157 Voters living within the City of Tampa will decide the Runoff Election winners on March 22nd. During this elec tion, the voters will select a Mayor, and 4 City Council members. The results of the Runoff Election will decide if Rose Ferlita or Bob Buckhorn will become the new Mayor. Voters will also decide be tween Curtis Stokes and Mike Suarez for the City Council District 1 Seat; and Yvonne "Yoli" Capin will compete against Chris Hart for the City Council District 3 Sea t The c hoices for the City Council District 4 Seat are Harry Cohen or Julie Jenkins; and Lisa MonteHone and Charles "Charlie" Perkins are vying for the City Council District 7 Seat. Early Voting is t a kin g place a t the following lo ca tion s: C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Public Library, 2607 E. Dr. M. L. King Jr.; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 3910 South Manhattan Avenue; New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd.; North Tampa Branch Library, 8916 N Blvd.; West Tampa Branch Library, 2312 W. Union Street; Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 Falkenburg Road; and the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Ballots can be cast be ween the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., at these two locations ; Monday through Saturday. Federal Raii.Funds Could Still Be Available The $2.4 billion allocated to Florida for a high speed rail line is about to be given away, but some state lawmakers be lieve the state could still have a chance td recoup it. On Friday, U. S. Trans portation Secretary, Ray LaHood, said he will make the money that Gov. Rick Scott has repeatedly rejected avail able to other states through a competitive process. The latest procedures LaHood revealed last week keep Florida's chance alive to secure high speed rail fund ing. The federal application clears a path for a regional transit authority comprised of officials from cities along the future rail route -Tampa, Or lando; Lakeland and Miami -to compete against other states without Scott's support. Without state approval, the rail authoritY would have to work in conjunction with an entity hat is eligible for the high speed rail funds either Amtrak or a rail authority al ready established by the state. U.S. Senator Bill Nelson said LaHood told him one possibility would be partner ing with a regional rail authority.to compete with other states that have been clamor ing for Florida's money since Gov. Scott first rejected it on February 16th. U. S. Rep. Katy Castor said she contacted lawyers Friday to ensure they were prepared to follow up on groundwork they laid to cre ate the concept for a regional rail effort to take over the project from the state after Gov. Scott's initial rejection. Business leaders, includ ing those with Republican ties from Tampa to Miami, supported Florida's hopes for what they see as a job cre ation and economic development boon in addition to the state's transportation outlook. Florida faces heavy com petition for the money, how ever. Factors to be considered in awarding the money in clude how quickly projects can deliver public and eco nomic benefits; how much energy consumption can be reduced; h9w well the effi ciency of a region's transportation network is improved, and how sustained economic activity can be gen erated along a high speed cor ridor. Middleton High Class 011961 c }< s: )> The 1961 Middleton High School class will m ee t on Sat urday, March 19th at 4 p. m. at the Tampa Police Dept Dis trict 3 office, 3803 North 22nd Street. The m ee ting will be held in the conference room. :::0 22nd through Friday, July 0 29th 2011. Ralph Rance is ::I: The class Fabulous 50th reunion activities are sched uled to begin on Friday, July ...... the general chairperson. For additional information you N may call (813) 466-5244. SOM No Bull Sale! We Beat ALL Prices on Any Product! HD RADIO SATELLITE BLUETOOTH -----------------T----, WINDOW TINT INSTALLED! Lifetime Guarantee! 1 FREE GLARE STRIP I 2 DOORS FROM 4 DOORS FROM TRUCKS FROM I OR CAR WASH I SJ995 sag95 $5995 I WITH ANY PURCHASE I SAfE & SOUID. TheffytuHt ceopoa. hi wllllolhttollvs. SYSTEMS 1 BRAND NEW HEADLINERS 1 COMPLETE BODY: : Controled mg S159951 Sl!ft95 I REPAINT Sllft95 DIKr.lock. FR;MI I I BUMPERS. FRO!ilil FlmY,j light ONLY INSTALLED OILY iNSTAllED ONLY Sur' llloflyer.!OII IIGgtDH C/) m z :::! z m r m c: r rm :::! z
Local Blues Jam Session a: <( :2 A local nightspot in Ybor City often has jam sessions. There c a: LL c z <( c en w ::I 1-> a: w > w c w J: en was a blues jam session there a few days ago. (Photos by Julia Jackson) ::i Jenny and Richard were captured at a recent Blues Jam ID Session. ::I ll. z j:: w ..J ..J ::I m ..J w z j:: z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL N ,.... Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs w CJ 3608 N. 15th (ComerOflake) College Continues Minoritv Blood Drive On Monday, April 4111, a Tampa college will continu e in its series of bl ood drives. The college int ends to r ecrui t more minority blood donors in the Tampa Bay area. Remington College, in partnership with America's Blood Centers, and the Sickle Cell Association of America, will host the next drive at its Tampa campus, 6302 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Suite 400, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The blood drive, entitled "3 Lives," highlights the need for minority blood donors, especiall y African Americans. It is believ ed that one pint of blood can save 3 liv es In 2010, Remington Col leg e collected 2,650 pints of blood, nationally, through the 3 Lives Campaign. Min01ity blood donors are in demand for several reasons. The best blood match for a chronically ill person who re quires multiple transfusions comes from a donor of the same ethnic background. African American provide blood with unique antigens, which can mean life saving treatments for people battling sickle cell, leukemia and other diseases. More than half of African American and Hispanic popu lations are Type 0 blood the most requested blood type. Changing demographics are increasing the need for more minority blood donors. Additionally, nearly 100,000 people in the U. S. have sickle cell disease and will require frequent blood transfusions during their lifetime. For more information on -the blood drive call 1-800-448-6405; or visit the website at vvww.3Lives.com. Tax Service Reaches Out To Seniors, Students BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Jerry Donaldson started Expert Tax Service a year ago, his vision was to target the underserved population of elderly people and students. Donaldson said people on Social Security or Supplemental Security Income nor mally don't file their taxes, and don' t know they are missing out on money that could be used to help themselves and other family mem-bers. No one ever told our eld erly citizens that they could file taxes on social security or SSI income. Because they represent the underserved population they don't benefit from the services guaranteed to them. They don't know that they all qualify for refunds and just need to know where to go." Donaldson said the same thing applies to students attending adult school, technical schools, community college, and universities. I also focus on the self employed population, like barbers, hair salon owners, car detailers, and others. I've also gone to communities and talked to people face-to face to let them know what we do, and how they can take advantage of it." Donaldson said they will send a representative to you if you can't come to their of fice, and gift cards are given out to the first 25 customers. Expert Tax Service is located at 3804 North 29th Street, next to Woody's Cafe. Comedians To Perform At Birthdav Bash BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Sunday, March 2ih, the man who has entertained thousands all over the bay area, will sit back and be en tertained. Too Smooth will be pre senting his 13111 Annual Com edy Show Concert and Birthday Bash, and has brought in the best of the best when it comes to comedy. Featured comedians will be Prescott, Double D, and Barbara Carlyle. The bash will be at Vanity Ultra Lounge, 3603 West Waters Avenue. Barbara Carlyle is a for mer Marine from Georgia and said she's been doing comedy for three decades. "I started out wanted to be an actress, but after hanging out at a comedy club, I de cided that's what I would do, I've always been very witty, and I write my own material. "When I started there BARBARA CARLYLE weren't that many Black fe male comedians out there. I draw inspiration froni Moms Mabley, Richard Pryor; Marsha Warfield, and others who made it possible for more black comedians to be successful." Carlyle has appeared on the Apollo comedy Hour, Comedy Central, and virtually every comedy show televised. "I would still like to get into acting, and I'm looking at acting in a new sitcom. But my first love will always be stand up comedy. "My comedy is more urban, because that's where I'm from. I do mostly Black venues, but I can perform be fore any audience. I am very versatile and I can entertain any group of people." Carlyle said although she lived in New York for 8 years, she still calls Georgia home. "I left New York, because I got tired of waking up to ambulances and gunshots. "I've been blessed to have traveled all over the world per forming, and I've enjoyed every minute of it. I promised Too Smooth that this will be a birthday bash he will never forget. I'm bringing my best material, and I'll be ready for any and all hecklers." For more information about the bash, visit Too Smooth's website at www.toosmoothent.com, or call (813) 244-7474.
F ntertainment c: (J) Diddv Tops Forbes' Hip-Hop wealthiest Artists' List Whil e J ay-Z has topped multiple Forbes' lists over the past two years, including its "Hip-Hop Cash Kings" rank ings (which is based on earn ings for each year), there's one hip-hop mogul who outdoes Hov in net worth. That man is Sean "Diddy" Combs. On the mag's new "Hip Hop's WealthiestArtists"list, Diddy outranked hip-hop giants like Jay, Birdman, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre in estimated net worth. According to Forbes, Diddy tops the list with a fortune of $475 million, thanks to Sean John clothing, his Bad Boy Worldwide record label, and the biggest payday, his Diageo JOmt-venture vodka brand Ciroc. Jay-Z, however, come in a close second with $450 mil lion; while Dr. Dre ranks third with $125 million, fu eled by past earnings generated from his own music catalog, as well as his earning from helping launch the ca reers of Snoop Dogg, Eminem and 50 Cent. 50 Cent rounds out the top 5 alongside Birdman, both of whom boast a $100 million worth. Russell Simmons could have made the list, but it was narrowed down to strictly artists/performers. Here is the breakdown: Diddy -$475 Million Fast Facts: Artist for m e r 1 y known as p u f f Daddy built fortune chiefly through clothing line Sean John, record label Bad Boy and Ciroc Vodka. Acting gigs, television shows and guest appearances add to coffers. Told Forbes in 1999: ''I'm gonna be bigger than David Geffen." Beyonce's husband sold Rocawear clothing label for "'--ooS'--$204 mil lion in 2007; signed 10-year $150 million Live Nation deal in 2008. Holds stakes in New Jersey Nets, 40/40 Club chain, ad firm Translation, other businesses. Lyrical boasts appear accurate: "I'm like really half a billie ... you got baby money Super pro-. ducerjrapper helped launch careers of Snoop DJ.J' i SATURDAY'. MARCH 19th @ COTTONCLU. B 2502 Nqrth Albany Ave Tampa, FL. 33607 DANCINGFOOD&FUN Free 84 9pm Wear your Black & Yellow Free b4 llpm Dress to Impress Dogg, Eminem and 50 Cent. Expanded wealth with Aftermath record label, Beats headphones and HP laptop line. Likens himself to world's first billionaire: "Young Black Rockefeller ... gettin' money like a bank teller." Cash Money Records with his brother, Ronald and inked $30 million distribution deal with Universal in 1998; affiliated Young Money lineup now includes rappers Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj. Lyrical boasts ("Richer than the richest!") are simply not true. Fast Facts: Received nine figures for Vitaminwater stake in 2007; spent freely on cars, renovations to mansion for merly owned by Mike Tyson. Cushion remains from catalog, acting gigs and So Cent themed videogames, books, clothes and headphones. Future billionaire? Told Forbes in 2008: "It's probably going to take me 10 years." Nick Cannon's Brother Arrested ForRobberv Nick Cannon's brother Gabriel Cannon is cur rently in police custody after a suspected assault GABRIEL CANNION and robbery. NBC Los Angeles reports that Cannon and an unidentified man were ar rested after a father, Alex Moreno, and his son were as saulted in connection with a reality show business dispute. Moreno and his son were reportedly at Ventura Blvd. and Colfax Avenue in Studio City when the alleged robbery and assault took place. Gabriel Cannon is the father to "For The Love Of RayJ" contestant Danger's baby. Nick has yet to comment. He is expecting twins with his wife, Mariah Carey. The Wire's Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson Proclaims Her Innocence After Drug Raid 0 :s: )> JJ ("') March 10th Felicia "Snoop" Pearson was arrested charged with conspiring to sell heroin ... F .... and was one among 64 people charged in a joint state-federal persecution of a large east Baltimore drug gang. Why it may look like life im itating art as she seems to be caught up in the dope game like her character in HBO's ::I: ..... The Wire, her P.R. team has c.n released a statement on her 1\) 0 behalf: ::: "Felicia Pearson has the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. In Felicia's case, she feels that she is being targeted not only be cause of her portrayal of the memorable character "Snoop" On HBO's critically ac claimed series The Wire, but also because of where she is from in Baltimore. Ne-Yo Develops Animated Series For Cartoon Network Ne-Yo has closed a deal with Cartoon Network to produce his own televi sion show. Ne -Yo NE-YO said the cartoon will be called "I Heart Tuesdays" and NeYo said production starts soon The show is about "a 16year-old girl that inherits the curse of her bloodline and 'TI she's forced to save the world rfrom the unknown evil every Tuesday for the rest of her o life." l> N e-Yo reportedly created the show "for his sister." Ne-Z ::! z m r-Yo also revealed he's putting together a line of hats. The multi-talented singer, producer is also getting his Hollywood on as his new film "Battle: LA," hit theaters. m c: r rm ::! z "'C 50 Jokes About Japan Tsunami c: m r-c;; 50 Cent is known for joking about various to' pics on his @5oCent Twitter page but the G-Unit rapper so CENT may have taken things too far when he brought up the recent 8.9 magnitude earthquake in Japan. On Friday 50 tweeted to his 4 million plus followers about the tragedy that caused a tsunami to head toward Hawaii and L.A. 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.,... U') .,... Harlem Globetroner Visits Tampa BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Throughout the history of professional sports, only one group of people completely revolutionized athletics, and at the same time provided an outlet for African American athletes. That group is called the Harlem Globetrotters. Originally known as the Savory Big Five, the Harlem Globetrotters were obtained by Abe Saperstein in 1926 in Chicago, Illinois. They played their first game January 7, 1927, and officially became the Harlem Globetrotters in 1930. Aundre "Hot Shot" Branch is entering his 8th season with the team, and recalled as a child when the team would visit his native a: Houston, Texas. LL "I found them very enter. C taining, and I wrote a school report on them. Now, with the experience I've gained as 0 a layer, I could write a book cn about them." Branch is in Tampa as the t-team will mark their 85th fi: season with their dazzling W Times The Furi" World Tour. They will be at the St. Pete c Times Forum Saturday to W showcase their world renowned family fun and ::J basketball entertainment. Also in celebration of their n. Bsth season, the Z Globetrotters will introduce l:ii a new groundbreaking bas..J ketball innovation, a 4-point ..J ::;, shot. m Branch explains that the uj 4-point shot will be taken 35 Z feet from the basket, 12 feet from the NBA 3-point line. ffi "We are trendsetters of cn everything you see today. ( The 4-point shot will eventuii: ally catch on with college and 0 professional teams." ..J LL AUNDRE "HOTSHOT" BRANCH Branch said although he played basketball in high school and ran track, he was better as a wide receiver playing football. "It was just too hot in Houston for football, so I thought basketball would better suit me." "Being a Globetrotter means you don't get to spend a lot of time with your fami ly, because you're basically working 10 months out of every year. When I do get to spend time with my kids, I pour it onand tell tbem I'm doing something positive and good, and just sharing God's blessing." Branch said to all the kids out there, he wants them to get their education, give no% all the time, work hard at being a great individual, and work hard on their skills. "Nothing worth having is easy. You have to be respect ful of others and mean it." To date, the Harlem Globetrotters have won 22,000 games and have competed and beaten some college teams, two of them were current NCAA champi ons. A former Globetrotter, Mannie Jackson, bought the team in 1993 as they were facing bankruptcy. He became the first African American owner of the team Ex-Basketball Plaver Gets 230 Years For Rapes DOMENIQUE WILSON The serial rapist who was convicted of raping a woman in Center City while her boyfriend was bound and gagged, was sentenced to 84 to 230 years in prison Thursday. Former university basketball player Domenique Wilson, 25, of Philadelphia w9.s convicted of raping a 25-year-old woman. Wilson was also convicted of attacking a group of University of Pennsylvania students and raping one of them. Wilson's sentence will be served consecutively with a prior sentence in Clinton County of 70 to 196 years in prison. In that case, the West Philly High School basketball star and former Lock Haven University bas ketball player was accused of raping two Lock Haven University students in their apartment in February 2009. Altogether Wilson has been sentenced to serve 154 to 426 years in prison, according to the District Attorney's Office. Wilson was declared a violent sexual predator in court. Lebron James, Michael Jordan Sued For $150M Bv Lebron Jordan As confusing as this may sound, Lebron James and Michael Jordan are being sued by Lebron Jordan. CEO of shoe company Lebron Jordan Inc., Aaron Fraser insists that "Lebron"and"Jordan" happen to be the names of his godsons and he has a right to the moniker that is amidst legal controversy. When backlash and cease and-desist letters came at the upstart company, it seemed highly likely that they would fold quietly. Instead, LJI is suing the Miami Heat star and arguably the greatest basketball player ever for $150 million each cit ing that the two icons have damaged his brand. Reps for Nike and Live Nation threatened to sue the LEBRON .JAMES AND MICHAEL JORDAN shoe company and LJI believes that the negative publicity has injured their business deals. The company Lebron Jordan is financed by revenue from Fraser's Gotham Dating Partners Inc. and has suffered a loss of cus tomers since the issues with their name arose. The lawsuit claims that Lebron Jordan Inc. has every right to the name since it has not been trademarked Bills, Vikings lining Up For Cam Newton Two teams that appear very interested in Cam Newton are the Bills and Vikings. Bills general manager Buddy Nix and coach Chan Gailey both are southerners who love players from the SEC. And Gailey, who made his NFL name by turning .Kordell Stewart into a star, surely could figure out how to use Newton. As for the Vikings, they found Ne.wton charismatic CAM NEWTON in their talks with him at the combine. 4 Auburn Plavers Dismissed From Team After Arrest M. MCNEIL, A. GOODWIN, S. KITCHENS AND D. MOSLEY AUBURN, Ala. -Auburn coach Gtme Chizik has dis missed four players from the national champions after they were arrested on robbery and other charges early Friday morning. Auburn police said Mike McNeil, Antonio Goodwin, Shaun Kitchens and Dakota Mosley were each charged with five counts of firstdegree robbery, one count of first-degree burglary and one count of third-degree theft of property. Police said in a statement that three black males entered a residence with five occupants at 12:25 a.m. Friday and one was armed with a handgun. Mosleyis white. Police said,there were no injuries reported. The four were in a vehicle stopped by police based on a description given by the victims, and officers recovered a pistol and property reported stolen from the residence.
Michael Jordan: Derrick Rose Is MVP DERRICK ROSE CHARLOTTE, NC Michael Jordan endorsed Derrick Rose as the NBA's best player after seeing the new Bulls star shred MJ's Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night. He s the MVP for the season," said Jordan, a fivetime MVP. He deserves it. He's playing that well. And if he doesn't get it, you'll see how I felt a lot of years." While appreciative, Rose said there s a lot of work to be done. "I wish, man," said Rose, who had 20 points and six assists. "It's a great that he said that. It's an honor. We're just trying to keep winning. The award will come if we keep winning. We're trying to play hard and play together. We just have to keep playing aggressive, and play with an edge." Pres. Obama To Host Basketball Partv At White House PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama is meeting Wednesday with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton before hosting a White House party to watch basketball. In between, Pres. Obama will meet with the national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Richard Eubank. Clinton, national security adviser Tom Donilon, CIA Director Leon Panetta and other top officials have sched uled a White House session to examine the ramifications of a no-fly zone over Libya and other potential military options, but Obama is not scheduled to attend. Pres. Obama's hometown Chicago Bulls are playing the Charlotte Bobcats day night. He has invited a bipartisan group of lawmakers from Chicago and Charlotte, N.C., to watch the game with him. Stellar Sundav Gives Tiger Strong Finish TIGER WOODS Sunday Tiger Woods fired a final-round 6-under-par 66 on Sunday to jump up the leaderboard in the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship at Doral. Beginning the last rourid tied for 30th, he climbed to a tie fo 10th with a 72-hole score of S-under 280. The 66 was Woods' lowest PGA Tour score since a final-round 63 in the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2009. It was also tied for Woods' lowest round of the year with a second-round 66 at the Omega Dubai Desert Challenge in February. "I hit a lot of good shots out there today," Woods said of his seven-birdie, one-bogey performance. "When .I did miss it, I knew exactly what the fix was and was able to rectify it." After struggling on the grainy greens the first two rounds, Woods switched from his trusty Scotty Cameron putter to a Nike Method mallet putter Saturday and Sunday. It made for a quick improvement, as he used 28 putts Saturday and only 25 on Sunday. ''I'm peaking at the right time," laughed Woods. Wade Wins custodv Fight For Sons I DWYANEWADE MIAMI When the Miami Heat ended practice Sunday, Dwyane Wade went home to his sons. That will be a regular event going forward. Ending a long and oftenvengeful fight, a Chicago court has awarded Wade sole "care, custody and control" of his two sons. The boys arrived in Miami on Friday, shortly after the rul ing was filed, and Wade said that "a huge weight is off my back." "My life changed in a huge way," Wade said. "Mentally, I've been preparing for it for over a year now. To me, it's bigger than that. For me, it shows a lot of people that you need to fight to be in your lives sometimes. You fight until you can't fight any more. That's all I was trying to be, a father in his kids' lives." Patriots Meriweather Mav Be Questioned In Shooting BRANDON MERIWEATHER ORLANDO -Police in Orlando want to talk to New England Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather about a shooting that injured two men outside a bar near his hometown, authorities said Thursday. The 27-year-old player was at the shooting in the early morning hours of Feb. 28 in Apopka, Fla., Orange CouJ1,ty Sheriff's department spokesman Capt. Angelo Nieves said at a news con ference. Nieves said 24-year-old Quentin Taylor and 23-year-old Nico Stanley were both injured. Taylor was shot in the face and Stanley was grazed by a bullet. The spokesman said there was some sort of altercation before the shooting that an attorney who says he represents Meriweather wo'uld like to set up an inter view. So far it hasn't been scheduled. BEAUTY UNLIMITED KAY We've all sprang ahead with our time pieces, and that means it's time for this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Kay. This young lady really enjoys being in the spotlight, and loves. the camera as much as it does her. Kay said in the near future, she will be so successful, she will be able to reach back and help Until that day comes, she said she will continue to appreciate all the help and love she along the way. When it comes to the man in her life, Kay said he must be completely unique and truthful. He must also be strong, handsgme, self-reliant, and not afraid to take chances. 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RIQUIERA TUCKER It's been a year and 9112 months since you left, but it seems just like yesterday, but you're still in our hearts and prayers. Love, your mama (Rika), Punkin, aunts, (Nicole) Tammy, Grandma Sandy, Pam, Sissy, Sol, Tonya, Meka, Shirlen, Tara, Lil Tara and Stephanie. c a: u.. c z <( c en w t-> a: w > w c w J: en :::J m Q. z lij -I -I m IN MEMORIAM RIQUIERA TUCKER We miss and love you Fatty. Kia, Raquel. Wonk, Shae, Angel, Chris, Mann, Willie, Swap, Baby, Deonte, Yana, Des, Jasmine, Lil Shae. Gary, Nae-Nae, Nia, Tweety, Esha, Cash, Nanka, CoCo. Shakira, B.ubba, Nene, Shonda. Trenice, Kelisha and the rest of the family. Harmon Funeral Home John W. Harmon, L .F.D. James Harmon, L. F. D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 "Our Business Is Service" 30oo N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www. wilson-funeralhome.com IN lOVING MEMORY OF OUR QUEEN ANGEl MRS. HELEN ROYAL March 15, 1937 -December 24, 2010 Happy birthday. We know you're celebrating in your eternal home. The lives you touched and the love you shared will forever live on in all of us. Gone, but not forgotten. Sadly missed by: your kids, grandkids, great grandkids, sisters, nephews, nieces, sons and daughters-in-law. IN lOVING MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER MRS. HELEN ROYAL Happy birthday. Today would have been 7 4 years for you and a lifetime for us. Our hearts seem to crumble more each day that you are not here. We feel your love as we struggle to lift our heads up to the Lord for strength. It is so hard. We love and miss you so much. Love, your family. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY, MRS. HElEN MRS. HELEN ROYAL She was my teacher and' a blessing. Love, April. IN lOVING MEMORY OF ALTON J. JOHNSON Sunset: 3/13/10 Precious memories will forever be in our hearts. We love you and miss you. The family. The family of -Lorenzo Calhoun would like to thank everybody that played a part in the different acts of kindness that you have shown. The family will always be grateful to everyone that showed us so much love during our time of bereavement. MRS. OLYMPIA MALONE The family of Olympia Malone, would like to tell family and friends who celebrated her homegoing, we appreciate you all. -Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a floral piece, jf so, we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much, whatever the part. The family of Olympia Malone. National Anxietv In Japan Grows As Rescue Workers Find More Bodies SEND AI, JAPAN In a nation alre a d y besi e ged with grief over mounting c a sualties fears of pos s ible radi a tion and the threat of more e a rthquakes the nightmare grew for J a panes e r e sident s Mon day as thousands of bodies re portedl y w e re found and crews struggled to keep damaged nu clear plants under control. Friday s 8.9 earthquake and ensuing tsunami killed thou sands, based on official and Japanese media reports, but an exact accounting of the disaster remains hidden beneath wide spread damage that rescuers are only beginning to penetrate. The official death toll, rising every few hours, reached 1,833 on Monday. But that didn't account for thousands of bodies Japan's Kyodo News said had been found in the hard-hit Miyagi Prefecture on Japan's northeast coast. At least 2,369 people were missing on Monday, the National Police Agency said, and the num ber of dead is expected to go up as rescuers reach more hard-hit areas. The earthquake and tsunami led to problems at three nuclear power plants, one of which re mained a serious concern on Monday. Student Accused Of Killing Roommate Out Of Jail MURFREESBORO, Tenn. The accused of killing a Middle Tennessee State Univer sity women s basketball player was released from jal! Friday on bond, and her parents said they planned to take their daughter home and hoped to meet with the family of the slain student. A Frigay viewing was sche duled for the junior guard, Tina Stewa11:. Her funeral was set for Saturday in Memphis Meanwhile, the of the suspect, Shanterrica Madden, said they hope to talk soon with Stewart's parents, with the fam ilies' pastors on hand. "That's what we need," said Madden's father, Frank, said. "We all lost something here, and we need to just come together." Madden, iS, had her bond set at $10o,ooo Friday and her pre liminary hearing was resched uled. She appeared in Rutherford County General Sessions Court on Friday wearing ari orange jumpsuit on a charge of first-de gree murder in the March 3 stab_bing death of Stewart in the off-campus apartment they shared. :Madden's famil y sat in the courtroom along with Stewart's boyfriend Middle Tel? ne ss ee basketball KC An una.
Crime Couple Charged In Aggravated Child Abuse case NINA GASTON Charged with not reporting child abuse A Tampa couple surrendered to police Friday in con nection with an aggravated child abuse case. The man is accused of beating two children with an electrical cord and the woman was arrested for not reporting the incidents According to the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office, between November 1, 2010 and February 12, 2011, Larry Tyrone Lincoln, 40, allegedly struck two young boys with an electrical cord on more than one occasion. Both Lincoln and Ms. Nina Gaston listed an apartment in the 4800 block of Bristol Bay Way as their residence on jail records. On February 12th, an unidentified person who knew the 6 and 11 year-old boys, reported the alleged UNCLE SANDY Try to make a difference 9, 11, 14 when your opinion is 19, 22, 25, 29 what m.ay make th_ e 31, 33, 35, 39 biggest -difference in the end 41, 44, 47, so. LARRY LINCOLN ... Charged with two counts of aggravated child abuse abuse to police. During their investigation, police discov.:ered that both boys had healed injuries consistent with being stru-ck with an electrical cord. Police said the u-year-old had scars on his legs, arms, and buttocks. The 6-year-old had scars consistent with being struck with an electrical cord on his back, legs, arms, and the sides of his torso. During their investigation, they learned that during some of the incidents, Lincoln allegedly tied their hands to the railing of a bunk bed, police said. Lincoln was charged with two counts of aggravated child abuse and violation of probation on a domestic bat tery charge. He is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail without bond. Police also arrested Ms. Gaston, 30, and charged her with failure to report child abuse. She was being held at the Hillsborough County Jail on a $2,000 bond. Members of Child Protective Services placed both children in a shelter. Police did not release the relationship of the children to the suspects. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 14&1 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraskl Ave. & scon St. .... C n ::f: ': ,-: S ;1" ::n ::: :r '"J': :., :' "C: J::: ;:;, : :C'C : ,J :.:: :: > ::: 1C 1 8 .. ;:p :, r1:'U' n :: C .. ':oL: q ... J 0 o: ; ::-J .. :: C n Man Arrested For sexual Banerv on His Binhdav MICHAEL WAYNE WALTON An East Tampa man was taken into custody and on his 33rd birthday. He is currently being held without bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. Police responded to 3905 E. Bird Street, Apartment B, Thursday in reference to a sexual battery. After conducting an investigation, Michael Wayne Walton arrested on charges of sexual battery and false imprison m ent. He is also being held for violation of probation for sale of cocaine and posses sion of cocaine. According to police, the victim told police she met the suspect at the Interstate Lounge. Following a conver sation, the victim agreed to return to Walton's apartment with him to smoke marijuana. They shared some marijuana Walton's apartment, she said. However, after they had finished, Walton allegedly demanded payment for the marijuana. When the victim refused to pay, Walton allegedly forced her down and prevented her from leav ing. She was allegedly forced to perform oral sex on him. The woman called 9-1-1 after she was allowed to leave the apartment and officers arrested Walton without incident. The victim did not suffer any significant injuries, police said. -4 c: m en Mother Indicted On Mongage Fraud; Son 0 Indicted On Drug Charges :1: MS. MAXINE WILLIAMSSALTER Last week, the U. S. Attorney's Office arrested two bay area people. The mother faces mortgage fraud and the son faces druK charges. Ms. Maxine WilliamsSalter, 61, of St. Petersburg, and her son, Antorrio Williams, 27, of Tampa, were arrested in .two separate cases. According to police, Ms. Williams-Salter was charged with wire fraud related to a mortgage appli cation and loan. If convicted, she could face up to 20 years in federal prison. Additionally, officials said in the indictment, that the United States intends to seek a forfeiture money judgment of $382,500 as well. The money represents the proceeds that she allegedly obtained or forfeiture of the property at 546 50th Avenue South, St. Petersburg. According to the indictment, in October, 2007, Ms. Williams-Salter devised a scheme and to defraud SunTrust Mortgage for a mortgage loan in the amount of $382,500 to purchase a second home at 5404 Reflections Blvd., Lutz.. The indictment alleges that she falsely inflated her income, sources of income, and assets to induce the mortgage loan lender into funding the loan. The indictment also alleges that the income information she pro-., vided to the mortgage com-b pany on her loan application :::D was materially different from what was reported to the Internal Revenue Service on her Income Tax Returns. Z -f Drug Charges z In a separate incident, m Antorrio Williams was r-Ill indicted on conspiracy to c: possess with intent to dis-tribute 1,000 kilograms or m more of marijuana. The indictment also stated 'tJ prosecutors intend to seek C: forfeiture of two vehicles, a 2006 Infiniti Q56 and a en 2003 Cadillac Escalade. ffi According to the indict-c ment, Williams conspired m With others, from 2001 until fii November 2010, to possess with intent to distribute -f 1,ooo kilograms or more of. C: m marijuana in Pinellas en County. C If convicted on the charge, Williams faces a minimum l> mandatory penalty of 20 i years in federal prison. ., Both were booked into the Pinellas County Jail. Man Accused Of Tossing Infant Onto Roadwav Removed From -Coon On Friday, Richard McTear, Jr., the man accused of throwing his girlfriend's 3-month-old son from a moving car onto I -275, was removed from court by bailiffs after speaking out during an unrelated case. McTear is charged in the death of Emanuel Wesley Murray in May 2009, and was awaiting a hearing in his first-degree murder case. According to reports, another man, Leonard Haggins, was being sentenced to 30 years for a home invasion when his mother made a speech to Judge William Fuente. McTear, 23, said "God bless you, ma'am," to the RICHARD MCI'EAR woman and told her, "The Lord is with you. There's nothing going to change until we change it." After McTear spoke, bailiffs led him from the courtroom. He is set to stand trial in September and faces a possible death penalty if con-EMANUEL MURRAY victed. In the 2009 incident, police said McTear fotced his way .into his girlfriend's apartment beat her and threw a baby carrier agains.t a causing Emanuel to floor. He then drove off with G) the infant and threw him onto m the shoulder of 1-275. :' '. :: ... .-,:,\
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DEFENDANT(s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Order To Reset Sale of Foreclosure entered on February 8, 2011, in Case No 09-CA-18602 of the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit for Hillsborough County Florida, in which Regions Bank, Successor by Merger with AmSouth Bank is Plaintiff, and Boniface R. ldziak, Ill, Steven C Heller, Unknown Tenant #1 n/kla Francie Shames and Unknown Tenant #2 n / kla Murphy Shames, et al., are Defendants I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 in George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street at 10:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as the sale may proceed on the 22nd day of March, 2011, the following described real property as set forth in said Final Judgment to wit: The West 29 Feet Of The North 1f2 Of Lot 1 And The East 75 Feet Of The North 1f2 Of Lot 3, Block 9, Henderson Beach, According To The Plat Thereof, As Recorded In Plat Book 8, Page 21, Of The Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida. ANY PERSON OR ENTITY CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS, IF ANY, RESULTING FROM THE FORECLOSURE SALE, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS, MUST FILE A CLAIM ON THE SAME WITH THE CLERK OF COURT WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE FORECLOSURE SALE. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO ACCESS COURT FACILITIES OR PARTICIPATE IN A COURT PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. TO REQUEST SUCH AN ACCOMMODATION, PLEASE CONTACT COURT ADMINISTRATION WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED: COMPLETE THE REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATIONS FORM AND SUBMIT IT TO 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, ROOM 604, TAMPA, FL 33602. Dated this 8th day of MARCH. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/GLENDALY MARTINEZ AS DEPUTY CLERK UBLICATION DEADLINES uesday Edition-Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. 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