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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c Q -a: Q ....I u.. SEE PAGE 15 VOL. 66 NO. 83 TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Foreclosure Victim Wins law Home SEE PAGE 10 ACLU Files Suit To Block Voter Suppression Bill SEE PAGE 3 Community Matriarch Dies Attar Illness SEE PAGE 14 RECEPTION HONORS MRS. MARSHA LEWIS BROWN Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Gamma Theta Omega Chapter hosted a reception honoring Mrs. Marsha Lewis Brown, South Atlantic Regional Director. The 6 p. m. event was held at the Embassy Suites Westshore. The Mistress of Ceremony for the evening was Mrs. Lacquitta Fullilove Berry and Mrs. Dianna Allen-Quin, President, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, brought the welcome. Mrs. Brown, seated, is shown with family members: Arlecin Lewis Harris, Avery Harris, kids Arsha Harris and A. J. Harris, Joseph Lewis, Jr., Charlene Lewis, Solomon Lewis and G. T. Brown. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)


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.... Local c: AClU Files lawsuit To Block Voter Suppression Bill c c.. c: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Friday, the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, in conjunction with several others filed a lawsuit to block the implementation of new voting rules. The lawsuit calls for the law to be reviewed and examined by the U.S. De partment of Justice. The Plaintiffs in the lawsuit include State Senate Demo cratic Leader Pro Tempore Arthenia Joyner, State Representative Janet Cruz, former Senator Helen Gordon Davis, Proj ect Vote, (a national nonparti san organization based in Washington, D. C.), and other registered voters in Collier and Monroe Counties. It was filed in Miami and seeks review by a panel of three judges. During the Legislative Session, HB 1355 was rewritten several times with late, com plete changes and limited pub lic testimony. The bill was passed by lawmakers on May 5, 2011 and presented to Governor Rick Scott, who signed it into law. Senator Joyner said, "In six weeks this law was ill-con ceived, drafted behind closed doors, jammed through the Legislature, signed by the Governor and is being rushed to a speedy and illegal implemen tation. "Floridians are entitled, by law, to have these changes re viewed before they are used to deny people the right to vote." The suit does not address the merits of the law or whether the changes in the law should be approved by the Department of Justice. This is not the first time that Senator Joyner has Students Urged To APPIV For Athletic ScholarshiP BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Tampa Chapter of the National Society of Voices in Unity for Education is cur rently seeking potential schol arship recipients. The winner will be announced during the Second Annual Magnificent Escort Presentation. The event will be held on Saturday, July 16, 1 p.m., at the Embassy Suites Hotel-USF. This is the first year the K. Collins Athletic Scholarship will be awarded. It is valued at $500. Applicants must be male students in grades 9 through 12; must be an athlete in any sport; must have good conduct; and must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5. Applicants will also be re quired to submit a one-page essay on the importance of hav ing Athletic Programs in schools. Those vying for the scholar ship are also required to attend an Orientation with his parents or guardians. The Orientation will be held on Saturday, June n1h, at 10 a.m., at the Temple Terrace Library. Individuals in the commu nity can nominate up to five students for the scholarship. The students will have an inter view and learn about other re quirements to qualify for the award. The award is named in honor ofKareem 0. Collins, a Tampa native and all-around athlete. Collins began playing both football and baseball at an KAREEM 0. COLLINS early age. Upon enrolling in Tampa Bay Technical High School, he was a 4-year member of the football team. After graduation in 1995, the young man won a partial athletic scholarship to Missouri Valley College. He joined the football team at that institution while he continued his educa tion. Collins graduated in 1999 with a B. A. Degree hi. Human Services Agency Management and a minor in Recreation Ad ministration. "I understand the plight of the athlete from all angles and all ages. Just as sports provided me with a tool to keep busy while striving for excellence, I see sports as a tool for all youth, boys and girls," Collins said. He feels the scholarship will help the recipient with the cost of athletic program expenses. His future plans include coaching and supporting youth sports. He is a married to Mrs. Sherrie Collins and the father of a daughter, Gabrielle. For more information about the scholarship call (386) 290-6836. ARTHENIA JOYNER Senate Democratic Leader Pro Tempore taken action to prevent the governor from implementing policy she felt was not in the best interest of the citizens. In March, Senate Demo cratic Leader Pro Tempore Arthenia Joyner and Senator Thad Altman (R-Mel bourne) filed a petition with the Supreme Court in a legisla tive attempt to stop Governor Scott from rejecting federal funding for the High Speed Rail System. Laughlin McDonald, Voting Rights Project Director of the ACLU said, "We believe the laws, rules and related cases are clear Florida can not implement the new law anywhere in the state until the Justice Department conducts a review or until the D. C. fed eral court approves the changes. That review is needed and until it happens, we're asking the court to stop this law from moving for ward." He further said, "Applica tion of new election laws are contingent upon preclearance by the Justice Department, and the effective date of any such laws are delayed until such preclearance is ob tained." Howard Simon, Execu tive Director of the ACLU of Florida said, "This rushed law is a trifecta of voter suppres sion making it harder for you to register to vote, harder to vote and harder to have your vote counted. "This new massive law has nothing to do with improving elections and everything to do with who will get to vote in 2012 and we're ready to have that conversation with the De partment of Justice." Among the problem areas with the law that could raise concerns are a reduction in the days of early voting, ending a provision allowing a voter to change their address between counties on Election Day and vote by regular instead of pro visional ballot. Build a foundation for your future. z The group also echoed con-m cerns over new rules and fines which would limit the ability of N C) third party groups to conduct """ ..... independent efforts to register new voters. Ms. Estelle Rogers, Di rector of Advocacy for Project Vote said, "As Project Vote well knows, voter registration drives have been indispensable in expanding the Florida electorate, particularly to low income people and racial minorities. "HB 1355, with its onerous rules and stiff penalties, makes it too risky for most groups -like civic organizations and church groups --to run a drive in Florida and thousands of eligible voters will be left out as a result." Ms. Rogers further stated, "It's bad enough that Florida's legislature passed this bill and the Governor signed it. Now they want to en force it even before it can legally go into effect." The federal suit was filed in the Southern District of Florida in Miami and seeks view by a three judge panel. The lawsuit seeks to block the implementation of the law in all 67 Florida Counties. ., ,... 0 a c )> en m z :::! z m ,... aJ c: ,... ,... m :::! z "'D c: aJ f."" u; :r: m c m < m :a < .... c: m en c ?<. ')> : z 0 ., a c Small class sites. Five convenient campus locations. Online class options. Top. notch faculty. Training for today's jobs. AA and AS degrees that transfer to four-year institutions. Certificates and career builders. Accredited programs. The opportunities are endless at HCC. Build your education on our strong foundation. Registration for fall 2011 classes fs now open. July 18: Payment due date August 8: Application due date August 22: Classes begin Register. today. athccft.edu. (i)HCC.


.... editorials/Columns ,..: w z :;:) ., >< c en w :;:) 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Associa:ion (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) w. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.0o-6 Months Both Editions: $87 00.Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the edHorlal stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Voter Redistricting And Public Trust C whether Hillsborough County Commissioner Vic-::i tor Crist knows it or not, certain voters feel the ;::: same way about him as he feels about former HillsborO ough County Attorney Renee Lee when it comes to public en trust. Clearly, Crist showed poor judgment in meeting privately with County staff members charged with thereI-sponsibility for the drawing of boundaries for his voting > district. ffi Indeed, while the interference with County employees in an attempt to have lines drawn favoring Crist's desire 0 may not have been illegal, certainly, it appeared to have W been an attempt to pressure employees to lean in his favor. Consequently, if voters in District Three take a look :J at the six proposed plans for drawing boundary lines for m Districts One through Four, they will certainly see that the likelihood of having Black representation on the HillsZ borough County Commission hinges on the viability of a qualified Black candidate instead of the number of Black ...J voters in the district. ...J Black representation in District Three in proposed redistricting plan is less than 39 percent. In ad...J dition, only two public hearings remain wherein Black voters can make their voices heard regarding the drawing j:: of boundaries for District Three. Therefore, we urge votZ ers to attend either the meeting on Thursday, June 9th, m or Monday, June 20th both to be held in the Board of <( County Commissioners' Chambers on the 2nd floor of the C County Center. Commissioner Crist has obviously demonstrated his ...J opinions regarding the redistricting of District Three. Now it's time for the voters of that district to demonstrate their opinions. Such is the difference between Dictatorship and Democracy. I June Is Men's Health Month ] N ot only is it the month where spring turns to summer, but June is National Men's Health Month. It is a month wherein men and the women who love them are encouraged to get annual physical wellness checkups, if they haven't already done so. What makes National Men's Health Month even more important is the fact that men are 25 percent less likely to receive annual physical examinations than women. Therefore, men, especially Black men, are more likely to be too late regarding medical treatment for life-threatening diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, prostate and other cancers as well as high blood pressure. Medical experts attribute much of men's reluctance to seek regular annual physical checkups because of the "macho" factor. Consequently, the women who love men (mothers, sisters, wives, daughters and lovers) are en-oo:t couraged to insist that the men in their lives get annual W physical examinations. CJ Undoubtedly, several health fairs and forums on men's health will be convened this month. For men who The Republican Party has plenty of candidates to run for the Presidency of the United States. Some of these candidates have already an nounced their candidacy while still others intend to do so in the near future. Yet, the Republican Party continues to try and recruit people to run for President of the United States. The reason for this is that the GOP does not believe that any of their announced candi dates or any of those who intend to run can beat President Barack Obama in the 2012 election. Yet, they keep saying it will not be a difficult job to beat Mr. Obama in the election. If President Obama is so easy to beat then why isn't the GOP satisfied with the F lorida has Eatonville and New Mexico has Black dom, both all-Black towns of which only one survived. While there are fewer Blacks in the mid and southwestern part of the United States, the Black presence in New Mexico and the Southwest began in the mid and late 18oos. In fact, there was a large Black post-Civil War Coloniza tion Movement that resulted in the formation of a number of Black towns in Oklahoma, Cal ifornia, and New Mexico Passage of the Federal Homestead Act cif 1862 en abled over 100,000 Blacks from Southwestern states such as Texas, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi to stake claims on lands in the West. The Homestead Act en abled immigrants and farmers from the East, single women and former slaves to home stead and settle on more than 270 million acres ofland in the West. One of the Black towns that was founded during the Western colonization period was Blackdom, New Mexico, now a ghost town located 18 miles south of Roswell, New long list of candidates that has expressed an interest in challenging Mr. Obama in the 2012 election? Let me try to answer that very difficult question for you. First of all, the top Repub licans with a desire to chal lenge Pres. Obama in 2012 were in the race for president back in 2008 and only im pressed family, friends and loved ones. Their images have not changed and have defi nitely not improved. Another reason is that in spite of the Republicans, Tea Party members and conserva tive talk show hosts continued criticism, polls show that the President's approval rat ings fluctuates between the high 40s and the mid sos. That is amazing considering Congressional Republicans Mexico, site of UFO legends. Founded by Frank and Ella Boyer and Daniel Keyes, Blackdom, New Mex ico was settled in 1901 as an all-Black community. The Boyers and Keyes believed a Black town could thrive there as a self-sufficient community. Frank and Ella Boyer were teachers from Georgia who were educated at Morehouse and at Haines Institute, re spectively. Disenchanted with the way Blacks were being in timidated and treated in the South and having received threats from the Ku Klux Klan regarding his organizing Black people to speak out and protest slavery, Boyer de cided to go west where he would have freedom of speech and to hold meetings and no slavery. Along with two of his stu dents, Daniel Keyes and "Ragsdale", Boyer walked most of the 2,000 miles from Georgia to New Mexico in 1898. Two years later, Boyer's wife and children joined him in New Mexico. Having settled in what was described as a "lush" valley oppose everything the President tries to do. A third reason is that the President is doing some good things domestically and abroad. Finally, the President raised a record $748 million last Presidential election and is expected to pass the $1 bil lion mark for the 2012 elec tion. While Republicans like Palenty, Romney, Huntsman, Paul, Bachman, Palin, Cain and the rest of the candidates that are willing to build their resumes by challenging Pres. Obama, the more serious Republican names have decided to wait. The likes of Daniels, Christie and Bush realize that in 2012 they will not have to bump heads with an in cumbent well-financed president or candidate like Pres. Obama. This is smart and clearly illustrates why these people are better candidates than those who are currently running. with artesian wells, Boyer ad vertised homesteading oppor tunities in Blackdom in newspapers throughout the country. Black people from Ohio and from Southwestern states responded to ads and moved their families to the area. By 1908, 25 families and a total of 300 people lived in Blackdom as a result of the Boyer's hosting the arriving families in their homes and helping them to build homes, prepare farm land and plant their first crops. Among the 25 families, more than 15,000 acres were homesteaded and a blacksmith shop, post office, stores and a hotel were opened. A weekly newspaper was published and Blackdom Baptist Church, which also served as a school was built. Blackdom served as a "respite" town for cowboys who enjoyed the hospitality of the town residents and repaid them in money or beef. Blackdom thrived until 1920 when a drought, alkali build-up in the soil, and dried up wells forced the home steaders to relocate to other towns in New Mexico. Today, Blackdom is a ghost town des ignated by a'n historical marker. However, manyofthe descendants (Boyer, Malone, Ragsdale, Collins and Eubanks) of the settlers of Blackdom still live in the area and own the land left to them by their ancestors. And the memory of that great village refuses to die. Harambee! do not have health insurance, such health events are effective ways to get free blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes screenings. Indeed, certain events may even offer free prostate screenings. Therefore, we encourage all of our male readers and the women who love them to make certain the men in their families get physical examinations before the month of June ends. After all, the beginning of summer is a time for a renewal of health, happiness and self-reliance.


fictures From The fast _H_o_ro_s_c_o_,_e_s..;..v_S..;.;;;....o_a_..__s _____ _,.rn Many family members and friends attended the Seay-Scott wedding. Mrs. Gladys Whaley, Mr. John Tyler and Ms. Annie Thornton, were some of the guests at the nuptials. Former students and friends attended a banquet that was held to honor Coach James "Big Jim" Williams. Among the guests were (L-R): Joseph Jackson, Steve McCormick, Joyce Armstrong, Billy A. Christmas and Maurice Russell. Many family members and friends attended the Watkins-Brewer wedding. Among the guests were: Yolanda Thomas, Essiya Johnson, Essence Johnson, Geraldine Thomas, David Watkins, Carolyn Brewer and Rosa Brewer. Horoscopes Gemini (May 21-June 21)-A s oft e r v oice gets b e tter result s c.. T a ckle a t a sk you 've been a v oidin g for n e w free dom Don t bu y a n y -thing unless you love it. This saves money for later fun. m Cancer (June 22-July 22) -A new locale inspire s y ou A ""' partner finds this enticin g Sprinkle this magic into your work for brighter results. A quiet e v ening at home sounds delicious. ...... Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Don t forget to say please and "thank y ou Clean up any messes without guilt Focus on what's getting accomplished, and give yourself permission for happiness Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Prepare everything in private. Re view the logical steps, and keep it simple When you're confident in the work, share it with the world. Take someone special out to cel ebr a te. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Common sense dictates that you get coaching from an elder on your presentation. This boosts your morale. Together you create a winning tactic Get on the court. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-When was the last time you went on a sleepover or camped out in the backyard? Now is a perfect time for an easy inexpensive adventure. Bring a flashlight. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-A partner's encouragement empowers you to reach the next level, even in the face of obstacles Prepare more than you think you can cover in the allotted time Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Time to get a promotion? Could be. Face to face interaction is best. Take the opportunity to go outdoors, breathe in fresh air and enjoy the sunshine. ...... Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-How can you make your work routine more cost-effective? Maybe there s a way to conserve en, ergy. Make the most of publicity. Privacy aids efficiency Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Your enthusiasm is quite attrac-tive Focus on getting results rather than ego strokes Make sure to c take time to rest and charge batteries Soak in peaceful moments. > Aries (March 21-April19)-Notes you take now will be valu-en able later. Think over what you really want, for yourself and for oth-ers. Craft a plan to get it. Review the logical steps. Then take the :::! first action. Z Taurus (April 20-May 20) With a positive cash flow, invest in simple home improvements (keeping to the budget) Get expert aJ advice, and get more than one opinion Spread love and gratitude C: all around. Soaps z c: tD ALL MY CHILDREN David may discover Erica s impostor ; c;; Jake is hit with memories of his past with Cara and the time she left ::::t him when they were overseas; Erica appears to be getting closer to the henchman as he takes a liking to her. Greenlee struggles to keep m her relationship with Ryan alive ; Griffin lays into Cara for almost < sleeping with Jake; Tad convinces Cara to go back to work at the m hospital. Jane and David make a deal; Madison decides to end things with Scott; Scott hits JR after he makes a sarcastic comment. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Ridge feels as if he's been ffi disloyal to Brooke; James counsels Brooke about her guilt; Taylor en confesses to Ridge about her fantasies of him; Hope and Liam dis-cuss how to make sure Amber stops interfering in their relationship ....... Dayzee attempts to console Thomas; Hope hears Brooke's side of > the island story and confronts Thomas about the possibility that he's lying; Whip dives head first into work; Steffy tells Bill she wants to be the new host of "The Catwalk." Katie informs Steffy that she's :U onto her scheme to get close to Bill; Stephanie tells Brooke they can 6 be friends again--but only after Brooke is divorced; Hope grows increasingly suspicious that Thomas is lying; Stephanie comes to Thomas' rescue. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Abigail catches Daniel and Jennifer in a kiss; Vivien s connection to Quinn is revealed, and she vows to find out why he' s in town; Sami is accosted by impostor Rafe; Melanie tells Dario that she can t get involved with another bad boy EJ and Nicole they have a huge confrontation; Chloe talks to Adri enne about the new guy she met; Vivian and Quinn have words; Taylor tells Lexie she' s ready to be with EJ; Rafe and Sami examine Fay's cameo. Carly calls in sick, determined to detox ; Taylor reveals to Brady that she and EJ love one another; Abigail realizes Chad is more of a DiMera than she wanted to believe; Quinn tells Chloe he wants her to work for him; Jennifer injures her back. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Ethan discovers Maya in bed with an other man; Shawn comes clean to Carly about his secret while serv ing in the military ; Lucky decides to track down Luke. Jason and Sam discuss leaving the mob; Dante and Lulu make love; Jason gets called to investigate a shipment Johnny helps an unlikely ally; Matt helps out at Crimson, to Maxie's delight; Spinelli daydreams of being a gumshoe. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Shane intentionally drops a barbell on Jack's toe; Rama and Cristian kiss; Blair and Gigi argue.John ques tions Todd about Marty's disappearance ; Cutter makes himself at home ih Asa's mansion; Vimal discovers Rama's lie Things turn ro mantic between Starr and James; Shane takes the bait from bully Jack, but this time the tables may turn; Todd may reveal the truth about Liam s paternity. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Genevieve urges Cane to be patient ; Abby takes her story to the DA. Sharon and Sam grow )'e clos er; Jack pleads with Kay let him run Jabot. Victoria gives Kay bad news; Jack is shattered by Kay's decision.


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Local School District Sponsors Summer Food Service Program The Hillsborough County Public Schools will sponsor the "Summer Food Service Program for Children" at vari ous schools Mondays through Thursdays. The program be gins on June 13th, and ends on August 12th. The program provides nu tritionally balanced meals to children during the summer vacation when school break fast and lunch are not avail able. All children 18 years old and younger are eligible for a breakfast and lunch at no charge, regardless of whether they are enrolled in summer school. Parents or guardians should call individual schools to verify meal times. The pro grams are approved for sites that draw children from areas in which at least one-half of the children qualify for free and reduced price meals. The program will serve food at the following elemen tary schools: DeSoto, Gorrie, Just, Lanier, Lavoy, Mabry, Mitchell, Rampello, Tinker, B. T. Washington, Westshore, West Tampa, Bay Crest, Bryant, Cannella, Crestwood, Davis, Deer Park, Hammond, Schwarzkopf, Chiles, Claywell, Kimbell, Lutz, Mort, Muller, Pride, Shaw, Turner, Witter, Carrollwood, Egypt Lake, Lake Magdalene, Mendenhall, Mendez, Potter, Seminole, Sulphur Springs, Twin Lakes, Bing, Boyette Springs, and Cypress Creek. Other elementary schools hosting the food program are: Doby, Frost, Kingswood, Red dick, Riverview, Summerfield, Summerfield Crossing, Symmes, Bailey, Buckhorn, Burney, Cork, Fish Hawk Creek, Jackson, Robinson, Simmons, Stowers, Trapnell, Valrico, Wills Peters, Colson, Foster, Lopez, Mango, Mc Donald, Pizzo, and Sheehy. The program will be avail able at the following middle schools: Coleman, Stewart, Smith, Walker, Greco, Orange Grove, Eisenhower, Giunta, Shields, Barrington, Tomlin, Burnett, Mann, Sligh, and Van Buren. It will also be offered at the following high schools: Carver, Freedom, Chamberlain, Mid dleton, Riverview, Plant City, and Home Builders. ., r 0 ::c c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r m c:: r r m ::! z ., c:: m r c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c:: m CJ) c )> z c ., :!! c Ci) m


Local r--:' w z :J ..., > < c en w :J t-Teacher Surprised With 'We Deliver' Award Presentation BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Hillsborough County School Superintendent MaryEllen Elia instituted a program to reward teachers during the 2006-2007 school year. Known as the "We Deliver Award," the winning teacher receives $10,000. The two runners up are given $1,ooo each. This year, Mrs. Melanie Bolender, an instructor at Reddick Elementary School won the grand prize. Mrs. Elia made the surprise pres entation. Dr. William Robertson, of Sligh Middle School and Wayne Stinnard, of Cypress Creek Elementary School, were the runners up. They were presented checks &L for $1,ooo and other gifts at C their respective schools. Ms. Doretha Edgecomb, left, Dr. William Robertson, Slh grade teacher at Sligh Middle School, chosen as a runner up for We Deliver Award, and Ms. Barbara Fillhart, Principal of Sligh Middle School. (Photography by BRUNSON). Coach Monteesia Allen, second from left, is shown with Jeromecia Brantley, left, Tatiana Larry, and Aaliyah Brown, far right, at the surprise announcement of the "We Deliver" Award for William Robertson. (Photog-raphy by BRUNSON). ::i Dr. Robertson said, "It > was a real honor to be chosen < for this award. But it's not c en about the money, it's about predated. "All I'm doing is repaying those who assisted in my de velopment. I want my stu dents to know that as they develop and mature they providing a service to those t-in need and then having that i;: service recognized and apw > w c w :::t: en :::i m :J D.. z i= w ...J ...J :J m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J &L ,J)ca(-o/lcss Y.,1inislcrs '( 11ucs { J e{[o-c f'Sfi1p Jfiemc: lkcuming tfie '(I I am ... I '/imolh)' 4 : 12 SUNDAY, JUNE 12,2011 at 4:00pm quest Speak..,ers Dr. Jennifer Bible-BasedFellowship Church t OF COLLEGE Hill First Baptist Ctllrch of College HiD 3833 N 29th Street-Tampa, FL 33610 www:ibceh.org Dr. s Evan liurows, Sr. PaStor Revival Power You are welcome to come out and rejoice with us for a life changing revival. Speaker Iii Prophetess Levon Williams / Orlando Florida. .-ation Women's Ministry ... June 6-10, 28111 Friday 7:30 P.M. WUI\be held at .. Servant Prayer Street Tampa, FL 33610 Curtis Norris, Pastor Pastor Curtis and Clara Norris me and be healed, delivered and set free. must repay and reach back to help others. That is what life is all about." Dr. Robertson retired from the Virginia School System after nearly so years of service. He relocated to Tampa and in 2002, returned to the classroom at Sligh Middle School as an Sth grade American History teacher. Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School Board Chairperson, presented Dr. Robertson with his surprise award Friday afternoon. Mrs. Edgecomb said, "It was a very special moment for Dr. Robertson. He had no idea why I was there. "Being a finalist is a trib-An Old Fashion oav Senice Sunday, June 12, 2011 ** 11 a. m. At ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 25th Ave. BISHOP EDDIE Pastor Everyone Is Invited. Wear Your Old Fashion Clothes An Old Fashion Dinner Will Be Served. Dea. Ronald wnln....... ClltairnArMn Mf'sstngtr : ::{:.: *, !Al. MAUREEN HAYES, Distrit-1 Missionary, SunnMsl Distric I ute to his career and the way he has offered himself, his time, and his finances to help students. He received more than 100 nominations and I think that is a good indica tion of how well respected he is." Among his many accom plishments, Dr. Robertson was the first African Ameri can to serve on the Executive Staff of a Virginia governor. Dr. Robertson has served in the administration of four U. S. Presidents. He was appointed Director of the Peace Corps in Kenya by former President Gerald Ford; as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs by former P.,resident Ronald Reagan. Former President Richard Nixon appointed Dr Robertson as a member of the Commission on Mental Retardation; and for mer President George H. W. Bush appointed him as a member of the Take Pride in American Committee. A graduate of Bluefield State College in Roanoke, Virginia, Dr. Robertson is also active in the Men of Vision Mentor organization. Each year, he sponsors a trip to Camp Virginia Jaycee, in Bedford, Virginia. The youngsters take an active role in the activities at the camp created for mentally impaired children and adults He is married to Mrs. Ruth Robertson and they are the parents of 4 children; grandparents of 4; and great grandparents of 2. The 78-year.:.old is a member of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church and has taught at Sligh since Ms. Juanita Underw9od, its former principal, hired him in 2002.


Anist oners Adult Class Atlibrarv Ronnie Moorer, a long time Tampa resident and collector, will host an art class on Tuesday, (today), June 7th, at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library. The event, which is designated for adults, will begin at 6:30p.m. Moorer will teach those in attendance how to use pencils to create portraits. Attendees will also learn how to shade their drawings to give them form and dimension. The attendees will poses for each other. All materials will be provided and the class is free and open to the public. An artist by trade, Moorer RONNIE MOORER ... Tampa Artist is also a collector of African American history. He owns a collection of magazines published by the NAACP while the agency was in its infancy. Known as "The Crisis," some of the magazines he has acquired are considered rare and hard to find. Additionally, he has other items of interest ranging from statues of entertainers such as James Brown and Louis Armstrong, to numerous items about Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His collection also includes figurines, coins, pendants, and other rare items from different eras of history Moorer has placed his collections on display for several years during Black History Month at the library. Countv's Budget Cuts ToRunoeep Layoffs, recreation center closings, and the elimination of after-school programs are among the highlights of Hillsborough County budget cuts. County Administrator Mike Merrill's preliminary budgets for fiscal years 2012 and 2013 call for layoffs, the elimination of vacant posi tions and massive spending cuts to plug anticipated rev enue shortfalls. Overall, the proposed $2.95 billion FY 2012 budget is $566 million less than the current fiscal year, mostly due to decreases in debt, and capital improvement spend ing. In FY 2013, the budget will rise to $3.19 billion, mostly due to capital improvement projects. Commissioners weren't given a copy of the proposed budget until Friday evening, and they haven't reviewed the document and aren't prepared to comment. At least 449 jobs will be eliminated, most of them vacant positions, before September 30th, and the county won't be offering pay raises to any employees. Many of the staff reductions would be made through early retirement and buyouts. The county's Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department is expected to take the biggest hit with a proposed consolidation of 42 recreation centers into 12 regional ones, translating into layoffs of 27% of its staff and outsourcing of mainte nance work. The parks department has also proposed eliminating its after-school programs, which cost the county $8 million-a-year and presently serve fewer than 2,000 chil dren. The county school district said it can absorb this number into its program. Merrill recommends cutting the county's funding for non-profit agencies by 20% in fiscal year 2012, a reduction of nearly $1 million from the current fiscal year. He also proposed using $2 million in proceeds from the Seminole Gaming Compact to help wean several venues -including the Florida Aquarium, Lowry Park Zoo, Museum of Science and Industry and Tampa Bay History Museum -off the county's general fund. A drop in revenue from Community Investment Tax will force the county to post pone more than $127 million in planned capital improvement projects until fiscal year 2014. Despite revenue shortfalls, Merrill said he won't be asking commissioners to increase the countywide property tax rate, which hasn't gone up in 18 years. College To Host Annual MinoritV Blood Drive The Remington College, Tampa Campus, 6302 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Suite 400, is continuing its series of blood drives to recruit more minority blood donors to henefit Bay Area residents in need of blood. The next blood drive will take place on Tuesday, June 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The effort is called "3 Lives" because three lives may be saved for every one pint of blood donated. Remington College has partnered with America's Blood Centers (ABC) and the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) for a series of blood drives on all its campuses. While the focus is on recruiting minority donors, everyone is encouraged to attend the drive and donate blood. c CDC Of Tampa, Inc. To Host Monuaue scam Workshop The Corporation to Develop Communities, Inc., is hosting a workshop on Mortgage Modification and Scam on Tuesday (today), from 5:30p.m. to 7:30p.m. "The Scam Alert Workshop" will take place at the Coney Urban Enterprise Center, 1907 E. Hillsborough Avenue. For more information contact the CDC of Tampa, Inc., at (813) 231-4362. REV. DR. And SISTER LENA WILLIAMS THEME: "Honoring A Servant" -1 Timothy 5:17,18 Friday, June 1Oth 7P.M. REV. C. P. EPPS P8Stor MI. 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"I was expecting to go there t---------------1 Hours: Fnddy 9 A.M.7 P .M.1 Monday Saturddy J 9A. M.6P.M ------Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs (813) 237-4496 1938 E. HILLSBOROUGH TAMPA, FL 33810 PREPARATION OF BUSINESS AND TAX RETURNS REPRESENTATION BEFORE THE IRS 27 Years of Professional Winner of the house during the Real Estate Tour, Larry Wood. and try to get information from all these people who managed to succeed when everyone else was failing," says Wood. "Just meeting the right person can change your life." Wood's life was indeed changed, in ways he never imagined. Former mayor Dick Greco and businessman Rev. Willie Dixon were among the speakers for the event. On the final evening of the seminar, Rushing held a drawing. The person whose number was pulled was guaranteed to win a move-in ready home, free and clear. Wood thought his chances were slim, after all, he says, "I've never really won any thing." There's always a first time. Wood's number was called. "I was just elated. I could not believe it! I just started jumping up and down and shouting for joy." Wood plans to take full advantage of this break he's been given. He will use the property as a rental to gener ate more take-home income. Disnev Discrimination Suit Tentativelv Slated To Begin BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A tentative triaLdate has been set in a discrimination lawsuit against a popular Orlando resort. The lawsuit alleges that the company unjustly terminated him. James Walker filed the lawsuit against the Starwood Resorts & Hotels Worldwide after his termination, which took place July 23, 2007. Walker alleges that he was fired 30 minutes after pass ing out copies of a letter of resignation from another employee. He is represented in the case by Attorney Andre Young, of Young DeLoach, PLLC, of Orlando. Attorney Young likened the case to the classic story of David vs. Goliath. Attorney Young said, "The firm of Young DeLoach, PLLC is honored to represent Plaintiff James Walker in his Title VII of the Civil Rights Act Racial Discrimination and Retaliation Claim against his former employer, Starwood Hotels and Resorts at the Swan and Dolphin Resort. "The evidence is clear that Mr. Walker was an exem plary employee and that he was treated differently from other non-Black employees on the date of his termina tion." After the termination, Walker filed a complaint with the Florida Commission on Human Relations in September 2007. After com pleting their investigation in June 2008, the reviewer wrote, "Pursuant to the authority delegated to me by Rules 6oY-2.004(2)(e) and 6oY-s.oo4, Florida Administrative Code, it is my determination that reasonable cause exists to believe that an unlawful employment discrimination has occurred." In his complaint, Walker wrote that he was employed by the firm April 2002, and after witnessing discrimination and unfairness, he brought the matter to the attention of several managers. He said that after rumors of racism began to circulate, Eric Berger, General Manager incorporated an Employee Committee Council. The purpose of the Council was to accept com plaints and take them direct ly to Berger. He said although they had monthly meetings with the Director of Banquets, the practice continued, Walker said. "I have been called a trouble maker, ghetto n***er, and a union organizer from top management and was told they would get me for my knowledge of discrimina tion and for my inability to fear them. "On July 23, 2007, an employee, Lavardo Fisher, informed several banquet servers of his resig nation. He had several letters and requested I hand them out to management and co-workers. I agreed and thirty minutes later I was terminated," Walker wrote in his complaint to the Florida Commission on Human Rights. He also filed a complaint with the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. That organization released their findings in a letter June 30, 2009. "Having reviewed and examined the. investigation of the Florida Commission on Human Relations and based on this analysis, the Commission finds that the evidence obtained does establish a violation under Title VII. Specifically, that Charging Party (Walker) was terminated on the basis of his race. "The Respondent (Starwood Resorts & Hotels Worldwide) failed to take any action with the White employees that also distributed the same letter. However, the Commission not find a violation regarding the basis 9f retali ation or the issue of harass ment." When contacted by the Sentinel, Attorney Brian Lerner, of Ward Kim Vaughan & Lerner LLP, of Fort Lauderdale, who is rep resenting the company, said he could not comment on the case. When contacted by the Sentinel, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel spokesman Joel Kaiman, said, "We believe the claims of the plaintiff are without merit and that this case will be resolved in our favor."


ntertainment Houston's Rep: Emphvsema Storv Is completelv Untrue' WHI1NEY HOUSTON On the heels of sub-par and canceled performances Whitney Houston now has a much more serious low to battle on her hands. It was rumored that doctor s inform e d th e singer th a t s h e was s uff e rin g from ea rl y st ages of emph y se ma, w hi c h would be an o bvious culprit to Houston's poorl y re c e ived v ocal p e rformanc es as of late "She's developed emphy sema -and her doctors are warning her she'll die a hor rible death," a friend of the singer said. After staying silent most of the day, Whitney's rep Kristen Foster responded, saying that the story is "completely untrue." Kingston Expected To Fullv Recover Sean Kingston's in juries from a Miami jet ski crash should be healed in about six weeks. Kingston, 21, suffered a broken jaw, fractured wrist and water in his lungs. A publicist for Epic Records, which distributes his music, issued a statement last Tuesday morning saying Kingston was in "critical but stable condition" in the intensive care unit of a Miami hospital. Cassandra Sanchez, 23, was also injured and hos pitalized. Kingston had just bought the jet ski days be fore, as he was moving into a new house in Miami. His life vest apparently fell off during the crash, causing Kingston to sink below the water. camp Rock 2' Actor Recovering After crash MATTHEW 'MDOT' INLEY LOS ANGELES --"Camp Rock 2" actor Matthew "Mdot" Finley is recovering from an accident where he lost control of his motorcycle and plummeted off a cliff. Finley's manager, Eric Ortner, said the singer-actor is undergoing surgery Wednesday on his leg at UCLA Medical Center. Pani labelle sued Over Alleged Airport Beating A West Point cad e t is s uin g Patti LaBelle, saying s h e ordered her bod y guards to b e at him up as he waited for a ride home outside a Hou s ton airport terminal. The law s uit all e ges the cadet, Richard King, was waiting for his brother and father to pick him up outside one of the terminals at Bush Intercontinental Airport, when three of LaBelle's bodyguards attacked him. King was in Houston, his hometown, while on spring break from West Point. "Apparently, defendant LaBelle believed King was standing too close to her lug gage, even though he was PATTI LABELLE oblivious to her presence and the danger he was in," ac-; cording to King's lawsuit, which was filed last Wednes day and also named the bodyguards, the airport and a taxi dispatcher as co-defen dants. "LaBelle lowered the window of her limo and gave a command to her body guards. They sprang into ac tion." Rihanna Gives lap Dance To A luckv Female Fan c.. c z m ....... 1\) 0 "11 r 0 :::0 Ortner said that Finley suffered multiple injuries to his face, head and legs and was expected to be in the hospital for several weeks. Finley hopes to fully recover and return to performing, including a possible stint on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." It seems Rihanna has taken outapageof N i c k i Minaj's book and is giving away free lap dances. During her "LOUD" tour Finley played rival Luke Williams in the Disney Channel sequel starring the Jonas Brothers. DivlsiDI Pnze&51ours RIHANNA WinDer Will Receive A Cash & 1 Weak Of Dance Sbldlo n10e Wi11er WlllleceiVe A Cash kickoff at Baltimore's 1st en Mariner Arena last Saturday night, RiRi dressed in a white bondage-inspired out fit invited a female fan on stage and straddled her and then they disappeared, as part of the stage dropped down and out of sight m z :::! z m r m c r r m :::! z "'tt c m r en :::1: m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c "11 :::0 c


Heat Beat Mavs In Game 3 Thriller Dwyane Wade took the initiative on offense and C scored 29 points in the a: Heat's victory. I.L c z c( c DALLAS -The Mavericks will take this matchup every time. A one-eyed Chris Bosh ge t s a sing l e shot to win Game 3, after which Dirk Nowitzki is given nv o chances to reply. That Miami won 88-86 to take a 2-1 lead in the Finals is why this series has a chance to become one of the best in modern times. Little is predictable, and nothing is without drama. Bosh had made 15 of 52 field goals in these Finals, and all of them meant less than the 16-footer that came in the final minute Sunday. Never mind that the winner of Game 3 in these situations had gone on to win all 11 NBA Finals under the current 2-32 format. Neither Bosh nor LeBron James was thinking about any of the backstory numbers as the shot went up from the left elbow as if Bosh had made a career of enthusiastically mimicking Kobe Bryant. "I don't care if he missed 15 in a row, he was wide open and that's his sweet spot," James said. "It's the trust we have in each other's ability, no matter what point of the game is at." U)l------------------------------------------------w ;:) 1-w > w Michael Jordan's Bobcats Need A Successtul Dran c 1....-----------------------. w :::z::: U) :J 'r:D ;:) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) r:D Tuesday's pre-draft workout made Kenneth Faried of Morehead State jittery because, after all, "I have his sneakers on." The person in the gym feel ing the pressure, however, may have been Jordan himself ...J Morehead State's Kenneth w After the bold trade that sent former All-Star Gerald Wallace to Portland, the Bobcats hold the ninth and 19th picks in the draft. What they do with those selections will help determine if Jordan ean finally turn his club into a winner. z Faried, left, greets Charlotte i= Bobcats owner Michael Z Jordan, right, after prem draft workouts for the NBA c( basketball team in C Charlotte, N.C. a: 0 ...J I.L N ,... w CJ CHARLOTTE, N.C. -Markieff Morris of Kansas insists he knew Michael Jordan was there because he "felt his greatness." The presence <;>f the Charlotte Bobcats owner at Southern California's Alex Stepheson, Southern Mississippi's Gary Flowers, LaMarshall Corbett of Angelo State and Clemson's Demontez Stitt also worked out. pa p with New Birth of Faith Fellowship Church Presents ''Is That All You Got?'' 3 on 3 Basketball Battle! It Ia euler to buUd strons children than to repair broken men. -Frederick Douatus Registration at Copeland Park 813-975-2743 June 18,2011 SlartU1f &19om Saturday Hank Aaron Gets Honorarv Princeton Degree Former home run recordholder and Baseball Hall of Farner Hank Aaron waves during commencement for the class of 2011 PRINCETON, New JerseyBaseball Hall of Farner Hank Aaron can add an honorary degree from Princeton University to his trophy case. The former home run record-holder was awarded an honorary doctorate of humanities for making America a better place with his "imperishable example of grace under pressure." The university cited how he kept his cool while pursuing Babe Ruth's home run record nearly 40 years ago. Princeton keeps its list of honorary degree recipients secret until the commencement ceremony. University President Shirley Tilghman gave the address, as she usually does. Julius Peppers' Dad Arrested In NC On Drug Charges JULIUS PEPPERS NASHVILLE, N.C.-The father of Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers has lost his law enforcement job after being charged in North Carolina with felony possession of cocaine. The State Bureau of Investigation said Thursday that so-year-old George Thomas Kurney was arrested following a joint state-local investigation. Nash County Sheriffs Lt. Pat Joyner said Kurney was dismissed from his sheriff's deputy job after his arrest Wednesday. Kurney was taken to the Wilson County jail shortly after 11 p.m. and released about an hour later on $1,000 bond. Kurney had been a deputy for 10 years. He could not be reached for comment. It wasn't immediately clear whether Kurney has an attorney. Peppers played for the Bears last year after eight seasons with the Carolina Panthers. Armwood linebacker Commits To Oklahoma Armwood High School's senior outside linebacker, Eric Striker, has m a d e a verbal commitment to attend the University of Oklahoma. Striker has been a two-year starter with the Hawks. Striker became the second Armwood star to make an early decision on college. Armwood running back, Matt Jones, decided to attend the University of Florida. The 6'1", 195 pound Striker was in Norman, Oklahoma for an official visit last week when he made his ERIC STRIKER commitment. His other finalists were Iowa and Ole Miss. Realitv TV lands Reggie Bush In Danville, ll DANVILLE, Ill. --New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush is spending the week in eastern Illinois. It's part of a planned CBS reality-TV show, "Same Name That means Reggie Bush of Danville, Ill., is spending time living the off season life of an NFL running back. Danville is a former Rust Belt town of 33,000 people about 140 miles south of Chicago. Residents say Bush the running back has filmed scenes at a housing complex and the Moon Glo restaurant. Schlarman High School student Nick Catlin told The (Champaign) News-Gazette that Bush lifted weights with the school's football team. REGGIE BUSH Catlin says the hometown Reggie Bush is a construc tion worker. The NFL star tweeted this week that he is "staying with a cool family out here that shares my last name!" He says the show will air in July. QB Prvor's Lawver Questioning Sl Storv's Facts COLUMBUS, Ohio -The lawyer for Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has questioned the facts in a Sports Illustrated special report on the Buckeyes' NCAA problems, saying the story is "90-percent wrong." Columbus attorney Larry James also said there is nothing out of the ordinary about the cars Pryor has dri ven or purchased. "I think there's a misperception about Terrelle, there's a misperception about the overall program as brought about in part by the Sports Illustrated article that everybody's just taken to the bank," James said Thursday. In a lengthy .cover. story in this week's Sports Illustrated, released on Monday just hours after coach Jim forced resignation, investigative reporter George Dohrmann writes that there was a country-club TERRELLE PRYOR atmosphere at a local tattoo shop for Buckeyes players and that at least 28 of them are either known or alleged to have traded or sold memorabilia iQ violation of NCAA rules. Ohio State has suspended five players,--including Pryor --for the first five games this fall, with another player suspended for one game.


Soorts c::enm BEAUTY UNLIMITED Plaxico Burress To John Johnson, Inducted Into Be Released After Hallin '81, 20 Month Sentence Dies At81 PLAXICO BURRESS NEW YORK Locked up for 20 months for illegally carrying and firing a gun at a Manhattan nightclub, Plaxico Burress is ready to walk out of prison and face another grim reality, a lock out that could jeopardize the resumption of his football career. The former New York Giants r e ceiver who caught the game-winning pas s in the 2008 Super Bowl is set to leave the Oneida Correctional Facility in upstate New York on Monday Burress, who turns 34 in August, plans to return to his Florida home to spend time with his wife, son and a daughter born while he was in jail. Unlike Michael Vick, released in 2009 from a federal term for dogfighting, Burress doesn't have a leag u e waiting t o bid on hi s servic e s But "he will play in th e NFL this year Drew Rosenhaus, Burress a g e nt sai d in a n e mail t o T h e Associ a t e d Pres s "M a n y team s want him. H e will be a top fr ee agent. H e is h ea lth y and r ea d y to g o He will be sign ed s hortl y a fter the lock out ends." Burress' r elease caps a more than three-year saga that saw yet another athlete put behind bars, separated from family and friends and losing the riches and lifestyle most only dream about. "You go from being the absolute hero to finding yourself in jail for a mistake in judgment," Peter M. Frankel, Burress' attorney, told the AP in an intervi ew. "It's really a tragi c story. Burress was at the pinna cle of his career when every thing went south. The lanky 6-foot-5 receiver seemingly had a career-defin ing moment when he caught a 13-yard pass from Eli Manning with 35 seconds to play to give the Giants a stun ning 17-14 win over the unde feated New England Patriots in th e 2008 Super Bowl. savers Challenges NFl Plavers To Assist Retirees GALE SAYERS NOVI, Mich. -Gale Sayers sent a stern message to NFL players, challenging them to help those who paved the way. "Some players of today's game think that they made the game what it is today. I beg to differ, Sayers said Friday night at an event hosted by the Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund. "The play ers who are playing today (!.re standing on the shoulders of those who the game what it is that played the game for peanuts. "If today's players cannot help these players, shame on you." The former Chicago Bears running back was honored along with retired stars such as Hall of Farner Dick LeBeau and 1997 Super Bowl MVP Desmond Howard. NFL players asked a federal appeals court earlier Friday in St. Louis to declare the lockout illegal almost three months after it started. A lawsuit filed by current players against the league has been amended to include complaints from retirees led by Hall of Farner Carl Eller. Hall of Fame player and former Chicago coach Mike Ditka said before the dispute can be settled to save the season, both sides have to be willing to negotiate at the bargaining table instead of trying to make legal arguments in court. ''You can't let egos get in the way of negotiation," Ditka said. "You have to give to take." The two sides are trying to figure out how to share the NFL's $9 billion in annual revenue. "It's kind of goofy. The American public can't feel sorry for either side because they can't relate." Retired players are pushing for better pension and health benefits from the league and players in the next collective bargaining agreement. JOHN HENRY JOHNSON TRACY, Calif. --Hall of Fame running back John Henry Johnson died Friday. He was 81. The San Francisco 49ers said in a release Saturday that Johnson, who was inducte d into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987 after a 14-season NFL career, died in Tracy. A member of the "Million Dollar Backfield," Johnson played three seasons for the 49ers (1954-56). A four-time Pro Bowler (1954, 1962-64), Johnson's 6,803 career yards rushing trailed only Jim Brown, Jim Taylor and former 49er .Toe Perry upon h i s r e tirement in 1966 Johnson was also a productive receiver, catching 186 passes for 1,4 78 yards. He scored 55 touchdowns during his career. Johnson also played one season in the CFL before joining San Francisco. "I was deeply saddened to hear of John Henry Johnson's passing," said 49ers owner John York,. "He was a good friend, not only to my family and me, but the entire 49ers organi zation. 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MRS. HELEN LOUISE COLE Homegoing services for Mrs. Helen Louise Cole, who passed away on June 1, 2011, will be held Thursday, June 9, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Trinity Gospel Community Church, 4410 East Diana Avenue, Tampa, 33610, with the pastor, Rev. Steve Nunn, and Bishop Samuel L. Phillips, Sr., The Word Of His Grace Christian Fellowship, Inc., officiating. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Memo-> rialPark. <( Mother Cole was a loyal C and faithful member of Mt. C:: Olive M. B. Church, The Dr. C. U.. P. Epps, Pastor, for 45 years. C She joined The Word Of His Grace Christian Fellowship, > Inc., in 2009. <( She was preceded in death C by: her parents, Vincent Black en and Dollie Lee Johnson; and 2 W sisters, Carre Baker and Daisy Lee Jackson. > She leaves to cherish her a: memory: 3 sons, Jimmie W Jones (Joanne), Fournia Gj Jones (Michelle), and Willie C C Cole Jr. (Kathleen); 4 w daughters, Karliss KimJ: brough (Charles), Patricia en Stephens, Twila Mills (Ed:J ward), and Pamela Snelling (Dwayne); sister, Barbara a. Johnson, New York; grandz children and other relatives; t= nieces and nephews; cousins w and other sorrowing friends. ..J Visitation for Mrs. Helen ..J Louise Cole will be held Wednesday evening, June 8, ..J 2011, from 5-8 p. m. at HarW mon Funeral Home, 5002 N. Z 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. i= Friends attending the homez going service are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 <( c a: 0 ..J u.. a.m. A HARMON BURIAL Fax (813) 231 -0521 Letourmmilytakecareofyourtinnily. 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(813) 248-6125-www.wilson-funeralhome.com Local Communitv Matriarch Dies After Lengthv Illness If you were growing up in the Hyde Park and West Tampa communities during the 1960s you know Mrs. Nell Pugh. Mrs. Pugh rep resented the t ype of woman that is missing from many communities today; a neigh borhood mom who everyone respected and listened to. Last Wednesday, Mrs. Pugh passed away after a long battle with diabetes and other ailments She was 77. With eight children of her own, Mrs. Pugh was still ca pable of gaining the respect of other children in the commu nity. The Grove Hill, Alabama native came to Tampa in 1955 with three children and preg-National MRS. NELL C. PUGH nant with a fourth. She worked as a supervisor at the Holiday Inn until her retire ment. One West Tampa resident recalls Mrs. Pugh and how everyone was drawn to her and her house. "We lived a block over, and most of the boys were drawn to her house becaus e of her lovely daughters," said Bernard Jones. "She was a task master, and you definitely had to deal with her before you could even speak to any of her girls." Jones said what he admired the most about Mrs. Pugh was her toughness and humility. "She was a very humble woman. She would smile all the time, and never had a bad word to say about anyone. She was everyone's mother, not just for her children." The family has asked Ray Williams FuneralHome to as sist them with arrangements. Florida Gov. Rick Scon Signs law Requiring Welfare Recipients To Take Drug Test TALLAHASSEE --Repub lican Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill last Tuesday that requires benefit recipients to undergo drug testing. Applicants for the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program who test positive for illicit sub stances won't be eligible for the funds for a year, or until they undergo treatment. Those who fail a second time would be banned from re ceiving the funds for three years. "While there are certainly legitimate needs for public as sistance, it is unfair for Florida taxpayers to subsidize drug ad diction," Scott said. "This new law will encourage personal ac-Babv Dies In Hot Car In Church Parking lot MISSISSIPPI Threemonth old Norman Collins, III died after being left in a hot car outside of a church for hours last weekend. The infant was the son of music minister Norman Collins, Jr. of Real Faith Christian Church in Clarksdale, Mississippi, who says the death was the result of a "miscommu nication". Collins, Jr. arrived at the church with his wife and son and asked a church member to retrieve the baby from the car. The church member says he didn't hear him and the baby was left in the car. By the time Collins realized the baby was still in the car it was too late. He rushed the un conscious infant to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Local police charged Collins with negligent manslaughter and is he now out on a $30,000 bond The Coahoma County District Attorney is investigating the case. GOV. RICK SCOTT countability and will help to prevent the misuse of tax dol lars." If welfare candidates pass the drug screening, they'll be reimbursed for the test. The legislation instantly came under a barrage of criti cism from the American Civil Liberties Union and several of the Sunshine State's Democ rats. They argued the bill is an invasion of privacy. "The wasteful program cre ated by this law subjects Floridians who are impacted by the economic downturn, as well as their families, to a hu miliating search of their urine and body fluids without cause or even suspicion of drug abuse," said Howard Simon, executive director of the ACLU of Florida. Former Black Panther leader Dies At63 Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt, flanked by his lawyer Johnnie Cochran, Jr., left, and daughter, Shona, wipes his brow as he faces reporters after he was released on bail in Santa Ana, CA in this June 10, 1997 photo. LOS ANGELES --Former Black Panther Party leader Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt, whose murder conviction was overturned after he spent 27 years in prison for a crime he maintained he did not commit, has died. He was 63. Pratt died at his home in a small village in Tanzania, where he had lived for at least half a decade, lawyer Stuart Hanlon, who helped Pratt win his freedom, said. Hanlon he learned of Pratt's death through the former activist's family members. He did not know what caused Pratt's death, but said he had suffered from high blood pres sure. Hanlon said Pratt refused to carry any resentment about his treatment by the legal sys tem. Pratt had no anger, he had no bitterness, and he had no desire for revenge. He wanted to resume his life and have children," Hanlon said. "He would never look back."


Crime Home Invasion leaves Two Siblings Dead KIARABRITO Tampa Police Detectives are investigating a double murder that occurred Sunday in the 3000 block of Van Buren Drive. The early morning home invasion left a teenage girl dead and her brother on life support. He died on Monday afternoon. According to reports, Kiara Brito, 16, and her brother, Jeremi, 13, were both shot. Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay is offering a reward of $1,ooo for information that leads to the identification and arrest of the unknown suspect(s) responsible for the crime. Several neighbors told police they heard gunshots at s:ss a.m. and called 9-1-1. Officer found Kiara dead at the scene. Her brother, J eremi, was rushed to a lochl hospital in critical condition. The pair were the only ones at home at the time of the shooting. Detectives determined this was not a act of violent act and it appears the home was targeted. -Police sp.okesperson; Laura McElroy, said there were two locations where shots were fired; inside the home where the children were killed, and down the street at the corner of Van Buren and MacDill. "As a result, leads have -been developed connecting those two locations. As far as the mother is concerned, she wa.S not at home at the time of the shooting, and is coop erating with police." McElroy said police have been called to the residence before, but she would not JEREMI BRITO CHARLES WAITS ... person of interest in double homicide. disclose the nature of those visits. She also said detectives aren't releasing a motive for the shootings at this time as they are contin uing a very complex investi gation. Kiara was a student at Robinson High School and Jereini a student at James Madison Middle school. Detectives plan to release more information on suspects as it becomes available. Person Of Interest Tampa Police Detectives have identified Charles Stephan Waits, 19, as a person of interest in this weekend's double murder. Detectives believe that he has information directly related to the homicides. There is an active warrant for his arrest for possession of cocaine. Anyone with information about the person of interest is asked to call Tampa Police at (813) 231-6130. Man Accused 01 Selling Rental Cars LEVAR ROBINSON On June 2, 2011, Tampa International Airport Police arrested 34-year-old Levar Robinson. Robinson was charged with criminal use of personal information, obtaining motor vehicles by fraud, dealing in stolen property, uttering a forged instrument, grand theft auto, unauthorized use/possession of a drivers license and organized fraud. Man Charged With Having Sex With Teen RENOT LAPOINTE Tampa Police arrested a 23-year-old man Saturday on charges he had sex with a ISyear-old girl he met on Face book. Police charged Renot Lapointe with two counts of lewd and lascivious conduct on a person under 18. He was also charged with giving law enforcement a false name. He is being held in jail on $15,500 bail. Police said Lapointe had sex with the girl at two_ locations. He met her on Facebook, gave her a false name and said he was 17, according to authorities. FormerRavs Pitcher Arrested DEWON BRAZELTON Dew on. Brazelton, a for mer pitcher with the Tampa Bay Rays, was arrested Friday night accused of ping his fiance in the back of the head. Police said the inci dent occurred while the two were arguing at International Plaza Mall. A witness saw the inCident, and police said BrazeltQri; 30; and his fiancee have been .. living together as a couple ,. : and have been engaged for the past six years. Brazelton was the first round pick of the Rays :ili 2001 and pitched for the_, team from 2oo2 to 2oos. Police said the victim was -not hurt, but Braze_lton -faces a charge of -domestic During Brazelton's first court appearance sunday, authorities said his fianceetestified she did not remeffi,. her Brazelton hitting her in the head. She told the judge she was under the influence of alcohol and believes he didn't hit her. The judge set bail at $500 and ordered Brazelton not ', to have any violent contact with the victim. -c: Dontae Morris Seeks Release On Bail m en c According to reports, Dontae Morris wants to be released on bail. Morris has been accused of murdering five people, two of them Tampa Police officers, over a five-week period last year. Authorities said Morris wants to be able to communicate with his family. He had been kept in isolation at the county jail for months, unable to have visits, calls or letters from family and friends. A hearing has been set for June 1oth on the request. -According to Morris' attorney, Byron Hileman, jail authorities have told him Morris is suspected of trying to influence witnesses via three-way phone conver sations. He also said prosecutors told him there are recorded calls involving Morris that the state or DONTAE MORRIS police view as suspicious. Morris, 25, has been held without bail since his arrest July 2010, days after "TT Officers David Curtis and r 0 Jeffrey Kocab were :g gunned down during a traf-)>C fie stop. Morris is also charged with the murders of Derek Anderson, Harold Z Wright, and Rodney z Jones. m r aJ c: r Repon savs State 'Mishandled' Case 01 Bov Beaten To Death r m z According to .reports, authorities were prompted to take a 2-year-old girl into state care due to signs of physical abuse. Her 13-month-old brother had no visible injuries, so the State Attorney General, Pam Bondi's Office, denied requests from child protective investigators to remove him from the family's home. Two weeks later, Ezekiel Mathis was dead from blows that ruptured his spleen and liver. The moth er's boyfriend was charged with Ezekiel's death. According to reports, allowing Ezekiel to stay in the home was a huge miscalculation. No one at the agency was disCiplined in the incident. Ezekiel's sister was taken from their mother, Swazikki Davis, and placed in foster care May 6, 2011 following concerns that Davis' boyfriend, Damarcus KirklandWilliams, had beaten the girl at a local park. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies also wanted Ezekiel placed in a tern-Swazikki Davisand Ezekiel Mathis. porary home. Lawyers with the Attqrney General's Office said there was no outward indication the boy was being abused, and no probable cause to remove him. The report found that the lawyers were correct in considering EZekiel's lack of injuries in their analysis. Ezekiel died May 18th. Deputies said KirklandWilliams threw the boy irito a dresser then punched him in the back to stop his crying. A grand jury indicted Kirkland-Williams on charges of first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse. UNCLE SANDY Don't ever be afraid 1, 4, 6, 9 to let others know 12, 16 19, 20 how you feel about them 22, 25, 29, 30 and m as how they feel about you 33, 36, 40, 44 ..... en


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Darrell Lamont Jackson. the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. the Florida Department of Revenue, are the defendants I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, Florida 33602, Rooms 201/202, at 2 o'clock p.m. on the June 30. 2011, State of Florida Quota Alcoholic Beverage License 39-00312 series 4COP for use in Hillsborough County, Florida NOTICE: 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 WITH 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMODATION 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) TWO WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1.955-8771. Dated this 23N day of May. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK II LEGAL NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JUNE 23, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0200-0-2011/CK THERMAL PAPER ROLLS **** Informat ion on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council B jd. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to d iscrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours EMPLOYMENT II Church Secretary Responsibilities: Assists the Pastor in routine clerical tasks, as need arises Manage and maintain off ice supplies Routine office skills, organizing papers, fil ing, etc Bas i c computer sk i lls, including organizing files and performing backup (e.g. to CDROM or flashcard} Maintain database of contact information for members and friends. Perform routine back-up of computer files. Document preparation skills (familiar with MS WORD word-processing software basics of file organization, printing, email, etc ) Able to travel to Post Office to send and collect mail. Responsible of all communications (phone, letters, e-mail and meeting reminders) Assists in maintaining the Church's Calendar of events Education and Experience: High school diploma with at least 2 years of office experience. Some familiarity with church operations. Characteristics: Capable of working independently with minimal supervision. Must maintain a cordial, professional rel ationship with others, keeping a pleasant demeanor at all times, including when on the phone Works effectively with other church personnel, and especially the Pastor. Capable of maintaining confidentiality of privileged information. Relationship with Church: No specific litmus test of beliefs, but must be willing to conduct self in a manner consistent with us our nondiscrimination and inclusiveness policies. Please email your resume to infoOallentempletampa.org Attn: Rev. Byron Pressley Sr., Church Business Manager G Place Business Contact LaVora Fax To: (813) 8 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com Notice Under Fictitious Name Law To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY G IVEN that the under signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Mcintosh Marketing located at North Semmes Street, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa. Florida 33604 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Tampa. Florida. this 7th day of June. 2011. Sole Owner(s) Leshana Mcintosh II II EMPLOYMENT II Designs of Elegance Barber Shop 6902 S. Westshore Blvd. Now Hiring License Barbers Call Andre (813) 805-2575 Or (813) 766-3574 (Cell) Natural Hair Relgnz N Style 2202 W Waters Avenue Ste.IS Tampa Fl 33604 Attention: Seeking Natural Hair Technicians. If You Can Braid, Lock And Twist This Is The Opportunity You Don t Want To Miss Come Join A Team That Is Certified, Bonifide And Qualified To Meet The Needs Of Every Natural Client Desire With An All Natural Hair Care Product Line Evle (813) 312-8883 Or Nikki (813) 764-6061


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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9 : 00 A .M., June 24, 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 main tained by the Planning and Growth Management pepartment and the C l erk of the Board of County Comm issioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filM with the Clerk within fifteen(15) workng days after the conclusion of the public hearing. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER 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 THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDETHETESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 11-0384-EGL, lsmarai Roche Corrales requesting a Variance to required setbacks for property located at 2526 W Knollwood St, zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 11-0431-ER, Corr i e Leroy Lariscy requesting a Vari ance to minimum lot size for utilities for property located at cor of Haynes & Pettie Rd, zoned RSC6 (MH). 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