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..... c; Features N Former Police Captain To Seek Reinstatement After Court Ruling BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, a panel of judges ruled in favor of a for mer Tampa Police Captain in a n ongoing battle with the City of Tampa. The battle began after Marion Lewis tossed his hat into the politi cal ring in 2007. After Lewis qualified to run for the Office of Mayor in 2007, he was told that he could not do so without re signing his position as a Cap tain with the Tampa Police Department. Lewis dis puted the ruling by the City Attorneys because he had al ready contacted officials at the Elections Office in Talla hassee and was told that the rule did not apply to him. The rule in question states that an employee cannot challenge his or her sue pervisor in an election. fE Lewis was running against c former Mayor Pam Iorio. In January 2011, after more than 4 years in the courts, the Second District Court of Appeals released a unanimous opinion in the t-case of Marion Lewis v. fj: City ofTampa. w The City of Tampa filed > w MARION LEWIS ... Former Captain with the Tampa Police Department several motions urging the court to rehear the case. Last week, the Justices wrote in the opinion they released, "Marion S. Lewis appeals the final summary judgment entered in favor of the City of Tampa by which the trial court concluded that by his qualifying as a candidate to run for mayor of Tampa, he automatically had resigned his position as a captain in the City of Tampa Police Department. We reverse." The Justices had ruled in c w :E: en :::l D :::::) Q. z i= w ..J ..J :::::) FREE Professional Service D ..J w z i= z w en
) -+Crash 2 c c.. c z m Familv Learns Of Tragic Accident While Watching News N own. She was the grand-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A weekend get-away for two Tampa mothers turned deadly Friday after they were involved in a five-car acci dent on Interstate 4 The vic tims and two other women were looking forward to get ting away for the weekend. Ms. Carla Williams knew that her mother, Mrs. Windelon Tolbert Seymore, was going away for a weekend with friends. How ever, while watching the evening news, she thought she recognized the vehicle in volved in a major accident on I-4 as the one her mother was a passenger Ms. Williams at-tempted to go to the scene, but was unable to obtain any information other than there being confirmed deaths. She eventually learned that Ms. Amanda Evans Coleman, 48, another passenger in the vehicle, was taken to Tampa General Hospital. In the interim, Ms. Williams' cousin, Ms. Nita James, who is Mrs. Wmdelon Tolbert Seymore's niece, went to Tampa General. It was at Ms. Carla Williams, left, stands behind her mother, Mrs. Windelon Tolbert Seymore, who died in a tragic accident Friday afternoon. that time the deaths of Mrs. Seymore and Mrs. Brenda Evans Richard, 56, were confirmed. Ms. James also learned that Ms. Shantel Lawton, the driver of the 2007 Camry in which they were traveling, was also seriously injured. The victims involved in the accident were confirmed by the Florida Highway Pa trol. The accident took place on Interstate 4 near State Road 566, in Plant City. Police said Joshua Russo, 36, of Deltona, failed to observe traffic slowing down ahead of him. The 2006 Ford truck he was driv ing collided with the back of the Camry driven by Ms. Lawton. Both Mrs. Seymore arid Mrs. Richard died in stantly. The investigation is continuing and charges are pending. A Community Mom Forty-seven years ago, Mrs. Seymore moved next door to her mother, the late Mrs. Pernetta Tolbert, at 3217 E. Louisiana Avenue. Mrs. Seymore raised her five children, Tyrone, Tommy, Carla, Michael, and the late Edward, at that address An outgoing and very friendly person, Mrs. Seymore soon became a mom to the entire community "She was the neighborhood mom to the kids, adults, she was everybody's friend. She was always feed ing people and entertaining. She was a mother to so many, but the kids were her passion," Ms. Williams said of her mother. Ms. James, who lived in the same house with Mrs. Seymore said, "She had a good heart. She was a loving and caring person who really enjoyed life and had a close relationship with her sister, Mrs. Audrey Black." The cousins said Saturdays was "Sister. Day" for Mrs. Seymore and Mrs. Black. They would spend the day shopping, going to garage sales, sitting on the porch drinking coffee, or just hanging out. Mrs. Seymore was married to Howard Sey-. more for 22 years, and accepted his 4 children as her mother of 14, and is survived by several brothers, sisters, and other family members. She also loved traveling, going to Bingo, fishing, and just spending time with her family. After graduating from Middleton High School, Mrs. Seymore, a Tampa native, was hired by the Hillsborough County School District as a bus driver. She transported children for more than 25 years. The last ten years before retirement, Mrs. Seymore was a Child Care Specialist. Following retirement, ..... Mrs. Seymore worked as a "T1 newspaper carrier, delivering rthe Florida Sentinel Bul-letin, to stores throughout 0 the county. l> Mrs. Seymore began attending BibleBased Fel-!I lowship of Temple Terrace. Z Her daughter said she had m not joined, but attended rservices regularly. Funeral services for Mrs. r r-Seymore will take place 2 m p.m., Saturday, June 18th, at St. John Cathedral. Ray ""D Williams Funeral Home is in C charge of handling arrange-ments. en ::1: m c One Sister Survives, One Killed In Crash m < m :D. < -4 c: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A traffic accident on Fri day afternoon left two fami lies grieving for their loved ones. Mrs. Brenda Evans Richard, 56, along with Mrs. Windelon Tolbert Seymore, 66, died instantly in the five-car collision. The women were travel ing to Orlando to spend the weekend when their vehicle was struck from behind. Mrs. Richard was traveling with her sister, Mrs. Amanda Evans Coleman, 48, and Ms. Shantel Law-. ton, 47, was the driver. A Tampa native, Mrs. Richard attended Middleton High School, but gradu-. ated from Plant High School in 1972. After graduating from high school, Mrs. Richard enrolled at Hills borough Community College and graduated with a degree in Social W ark. Following graduation from college, Mrs. Richard became an employee of the GTE Telephone Company and worked there for several years. She was an employee of Liberty Mutual Insurance Mrs. Brenda Evans Richard, left, was killed in a traffic accident Friday. She is shown with her daughter, Tali cia. Mrs. Amanda Evans Coleman, left, was seriously injured in the accident that claimed the lives of her sister and friend and left another injured. Company at the time of her death. Mrs. Richard was the daughter of Mrs. Ella C. Evans, and the sister of Mrs. Jacqueline Herring, of Bowie, Mrs. Beverly Evans, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Amanda Evans Coleman, and Freddie Hayes, both of Tampa. She has one daugh ter, Ms. Talicia Nash. "My sister was a homebody, who loved her family. We all are always together. She was an avid reader, and she loved cooking, especially during the holidays. She also loved watching the teleVision show, Naney Grace," Mrs. Beverly Evans said. Mrs. Richard was a saved person, a longtime member and very active in her church, Faith Alive at Mt. Silla. A former member of the Usher's Board, Mrs. Richard was active in the Women's Ministry and on the Finance Committee. She had been friends with Mrs. Seymore for more than 20 years. Mrs. Seymore was the grandmother of Amanda's daughter, Ms' Breeana Evans. Sister Recoveriiig Mrs. Amanda Evans Coleman was admitted to Tampa General Hospital in critical, but stable condition. She remained hospitalized as of press time. Frank Guida, the Ad ministration Manager at the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office, said the entire office is praying for Mrs. Coleman's speedy re covery. After hearing about the accident, Guida said he vis ited her at the hospital. "Everyone loves Amanda. She has been the Receptionist in the Victims Assistance Office since 2005. "It is a very tough job, but she-iSvecy well liked by her peers and by people who come into the office. does a great job," Guida said. Candlelight Vigil Planned rn c A Candle, Light Vigil Serv-ices for Mrs. Richard will be held on Thursday June 16th, at 8 c p.m., at 4311, E. Linebaugh Av-"11 enue. 1 2:! However, she, along with g other classmates, wanted to < graduate from their alma mater. When the group formed the Middleton All Class Reunion, she became a very active mem ber. She participated when the group held a special graduation ceremony for those who would have graduated in 1972 and 1973 Classmates of Middleton High School, 1972 and 1973, and friends are encouraged to attend the service and bring a candle. Class members are asked to wear black, -With men wearing white shirts and black tie _s. In reeognition of the funeral services for Mrs. Richard, the class meeting planned fer June 181 h has been cancelled. For more information, call 377-6600. Funeral services for Mrs. Richard will be held on Saturday, June 181 h, at New Salem Primitive Baptist Church. 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editorials/Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address 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. 193o-2010 (19n) 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-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expreaaed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Aorida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. More Districts Are Needed,ButChanue Still Has To Come Religious and lay leaders addressed County Com-e missioners during a recent public hearing. Oneffi by-one they came imploring the County ::l Commissioners not to reduce the number of Black voters in District 3 There was also a show of support for :c carving out a county district wherein Hispanics would have an increased opportunity to elect an Hispanic W representative to the Hillsborough County CommisC sion. w :::1: Consequently, the time has no doubt, come for 0 Hillsborough County Commission to reflect the large :J ID diverse population in our county. Certainly, expanding the number of districts is an ideal remedy for acbievZ ing representation. However, since the matter is time-wi= sensitive, the appropriate remedy would be to adjust ..J the boundaries for District 1 without reducing the ..J number of Black voters in District 3 Therefore, we support the adjustment of district ..J boundaries to increase the likelihood that an Hispanic is elected to the Hillsborough County Commission as i= long as the number of Black voters in District 3 is reifj tained. In the game of political equality, especially as 0 far as Hillsborough County districting is concerned, < we all can win. c a: 0 ...! u. I Tax Cuts With A Vengeance I B y now, we hope the irony of the fallout of cutting property taxes is hitting home. Indeed, what many taxpayers viewed as the $200 to $1,000 or more reduction in their property taxes as a bonanza, bas recently begun to look like a Trojan horse. No doubt, many of the City and County workers now faced with losing their jobs probably clamored for the tax cuts. Yet, the old adage "You either pay now, or pay later" is surely sinking in. Let's face it. Taxpayers who drive cars are finding themselves paying more for their drivers' licenses and car tags than ever before. Taxpayers who fish are currently paying more for fishing licenses than previously. Taxpayers with children are scrambling to find affordable childcare as opposed to years past. Meanwhile, city and county summer camps and recreation centers that once were affordable, now cost an arm and a leg. Still other taxpayers are finding access to local parks will be limited due to the need to "do more w with less" and to either close the parks or charge fees. C, So, assumptions are obvious. 1be slashing of services by state agencies will hurt many of Florida's most the abuse go on for months until their children are seri ously injured, killed or taken away from them by the De partment Of Children And Family Services. The abuse is often brutal and comes in the form of physical abuse, emo tional abuse and even sexual abuse. And yes, the mother is aware and never reports it. Any man that appears to be impatient, mean to the chil dren, quick to lose his temper or prone to get very upset by the least things children do, is a potential child abuser and should be shown the door immediately! The alternatives to show ing him the door is to call the police or to call Children and Family Services. Young lady ... Juneteenth 1865: Slaves' Reactions J uneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end ing of slavery in the United States, was a word that I had never heard of until the late 1960s. This weekend, June 18th and 19th will be celebrated all over the United States and in several countries. In fact, 39 states (including Florida) and the District of Columbia currently recognize Juneteenth, also known as Eman cipation Day or Freedom Day as a state holiday or state ob servance. Even though President Abraham Lincoln had is sued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, Texas and other Con federate states had resisted freeing their slaves as dic tated by the proclamation. Thus, Union Major-General Gordon Granger was sent to Galveston, Texas two and a half years later on June 18, 1865 with 2000 federal troops to enforce the procla mation. I try to imagine the jubilation of the slaves \vhen General Granger stepped out on the balcony of Galve ston's Ashton Villa (now on the Historic Register) and read the contents of "General Order No. Three" to the town's people as follows: "The people of Texas are in formed that in accordance with a Proclamation from the Executive of the United States all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property be tween former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them becomes that between employer and free (hired) la borer. The freedmen are ad vised to remain quietly at their present homes and work for wages. They are in formed that they will not be allowed to collect at military posts and that they will not be supported in idleness either there or elsewhere." Interesting and inspiring accounts of how slaves re acted to the news can be found in a number of reif you don t care about your child, then who will. This is especially true of young chil dren. No love should run so deep for a mother to allow her lover to abuse her child or children. Far too many children are ending up se verely injured or even dead at the hands of these kinds of animals. Young ladies, be a Mama and raise and protect your children. If you don't know how, then find yourself a mentor who knows how. When I say young lady, I am talking about every woman with a young child. Boyfriends must be made to understand from the outset that they and their chil dren come as a package and that if you love me, you love my children. Anything else should be unacceptable. Currently, too many young children are suffering in silence or being killed by violent boyfriends. Men and women this has got to stop. Starting now! sources. By all accounts there was dancing and singing in the streets of Galveston. Other accounts reflect that many slaves ripped off their torn and tattered cloths, bathed in the Gulf and donned clothing similar to that of their slave masters. Some accounts report many slaves hastily left their masters' plantations without even attempting to remain as hired workers. Still others followed the Union troops as they rode through Texas alerting other communities that slaves were now free. Many slaves left in search of family and loved ones in neighboring states or to move West or North. Yet, many slaves remained on the plantations as hired hands. Beginning June 19, 1866, Juneteenth celebrations spread from Texas to other states. As slaves began to prosper and own land, they purchased "emancipation grounds" for Juneteenth celebrations. These celebrations in cluded rodeos, fishing, bar becuing, baseball games, speakers, and focused on ed ucation, self-improvements and responsibility. Today, Texas Emancipa_ tion Parks exist in Houston, Mexia, and East Austin. So, to those of you who celebrate Juneteenth, Happy Juneteenth and Harambee! vulnerable citizens: the elderly, sick, disabled and children. Therefore, be careful what you ask for, or what you allow people to give you because the results might be painful.
Local _tl __ Father 01 Five Killed In Hit And Run Crash Horoscopes The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that at 12:41 Sunday morning, a motorcyclist was killed in a hit and run crash. James Beaupierre, 46, was operating a motorcycle north on 78th Street, and when he arrived at soth Street, an unknown vehicle entered his path of travel. Beaupierre struck the vehicle and the vehicle fled the scene. He was not wearing a helmet and was pronounced dead at the scene. five children, was a mechanic and reports indicate he was riding his motorcycle home after leaving a party at the home of a friend. Beaupierre is a native of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, and was a long time biker who mostly rode alone. Beaupierre, the father of JAMES BEAUPIERRE No witnesses to the crash have been located, and detectives are asking anyone who may have seen anything or may have more information to call (813) 247-8200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-Soo-873-8477 fictures From The Fast Smiling for the camera were guests at the Young-Smart wedding reception. They are follows: Mr. and Mrs. Danny Daily, Mr. and Mrs. Hoven Gray, Mrs. Queen Smart and the Rev. C. J. Smart. These young ladies attended a Tampa Bay Bucs football game. They are Veronica Williams and Bridgett Bryant. Mrs. Rosie Johnson and Mrs. Lucille Sweet were guests at the Staten and Robinson nuptials. Mr. Joe Bowers and his daughter, Jennifer, posed for a Bowers Family Reunion picture. Guest at the Hartway-Rolfe wedding were: Lamarr Bryant, Katrisha Willis and Bobby Johnson. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Resist temptation and impulse c.. If y ou wait, the prize grows Optimism, compassion and gratitude i provide peace no matter the circumstances. Patience wins out. m Cancer (June 22-July 22) Stand up to a critic, and keep to your principles. Others are encouraging, but don't launch until N you re ready. Take time off if you can to rest up for a busy few days. o ...a. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Postpone an outing and avoid a has-...a. sle. Check your boat for financial leaks Could you have an auto payment set up for a servic e you don't need? A relationship develops this evening Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Take time for your financial emo tional and physical well-being. Do the accounting. Find a romantic moment. Move your body. Clean up and then rest in your cozy nest. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Study and education are enpanced for the next two days. You see solutions previously invisible and make quick mental connections Take your time and get it right .... Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Your artistic talents are appre ciated and admired. Don't be afraid to shine. Say what you want to say, and express your passion in the language or media of your choice. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) : Keep to your calendar to avoid scheduling snafus. Then let yourself get lost in a reverie. Play music that perfectly describes your mood. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-A good time to mix love with art. What will you create? A date at the museum? Finger painting with a loved one? Be willing to run with creativity. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Crazy dreams seem possible, ., even in the romantic arena Be willing to adapt when things don't rgo according to plan Express yourself and use your favorite talents. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You'd rather have fun today c than get work done Why not have it all? Can you bring some loving )> into your assignments? Bring flexibility and play to it. en Aries (March 21-April19)-Replenish your reserves and stash away any surplus. Keep your objective in mind, and true up :::! the team's focus. Take time out with simple, inexpensive pursuits. Z Taurus (April 20-May 20) Stay cautious when others get impetuous. Breathe deep in stressful moments and just let it go. m Avoid distraction; keep costs down; and trust your best judgment. C: r-Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-Bianca may confess her feelings to Marissa; Greenlee makes a deal; Jackson comes to the rescue. Opal reminds Tad to stop being a prisoner of the past and fight for his future; Amanda's surprised to find out that Cara's been reinstated at the hospital; Greenlee asks Ryan not to forget about the connec tion they share. Liza asks Colby for a fresh start to their relation ship; Colby notices a bruise on Maya's arm; Amanda is determined to find out what Cara is hiding. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Amber gets an unexpected visit from Marcus and wonders if he might be the father of her unborn baby; Brooke tells Stephanie that she wants to turn her life around, and Stephanie starts feeling tremendous guilt. Amber re cruits Carl to perform another paternity test; Stephanie continues to coax Nick into helping Brooke; Bill gives Liam useful advice on how to deal with Amber and Tawny; Brooke begs Hope for forgive.:. ness for being a bad mother and poor role model. Liam and Hope go on a vacation; Amber begins to have contractions while Carl per forms the paternity test; Justin approaches Marcus with the idea to change his last name; Oliver goes to Brooke for advice on winning Hope back. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Kate's role in Quinn's plan is revealed; Daniel and Jennifer make love; Brady tricks EJ into meeting him at the pier; Sami claims the cameo is hers, but Taylor isn't fooled; Stefano warns EJ that Taylor is going to ruin his life. Brady reveals EJ was responsible for Arianna's death; Bo and Hope postor Rafe at the warehouse; Nicole is stricken when she can't calm Sydney; Gabi asks Will if he's disappointed about prom night. Taylor has a showdown with Stefano about her relationship wfth EJ; Abe confronts Rafe about the cameo; Quinn texts Chloe and wants to know whether everything's going according to plan; impostor Rafe tries to convince Bo and Hope that he's the real Rafe. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Ethan maintains he will see Kristina with or without Sonny's permission; Anthony threatens Brenda. Carly and Jax agree to a temporary truce to celebrate Michael's graduation; Ethan finds himself strong-armed by Max and Kristina admits that she applied to PCU for Michael. Brenda and Diane argue over the idea of Sonny legally adopting Sonny threatens Mayor Floyd for Michael's diploma; Alexis tries to make a lesson out of Michael's behavior, but Carly defends her son. ONE UFE TO UFE -John comforts Natalie about her dying father; Ford dresses as a nun; Gigi walks into Jack's pl!lDS for Shane. Ford confesses his love for Tess, who in return shares how she feels about Ford; John, enraged, holds Todd at gunpoint;-Rex wants answers. Jack makes a confession to Todd; John gets h\s hands on the recorder With Marty's confession; Ford and Tess make love. r-!!I z ., c: m r-c;; ::1: m c m < m c: m C/) c )> z c ., 3l -< YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Jill faces off with Genevieve; Colin's life is in jeopardy. Cane s explanation infuriates Lily; KatherJiio ine angrily confronts Colin. Victoria fears losing custody; Katherine considers selling Jabot to Victor. en
II About You! Happv Happv Birthdav Anniversarv CORIANNA WILSON Look at me now, I will be turning 10 on June 1,5th. Come and celebrate with me on the 18th at United Skates at 3:30. Preacher Man! c Seeking Christian fE FellowshiP c z <( c en w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :I: en ::J a:l ::::) D. z i= w _. _. ::::) a:l _. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 _. LL RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Write Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. MR. And MRS. CHESTER MCKENZIE Once were two, but now we are one. Our Militar:y Men&Women Air Force Enlistee Earns Promotion Marc D. Khan has been promoted to the rank of Airman 1st class in the United States Air Force. Airman Khan is the son of Maria Khan and Marc Khan, both of Tampa. He is a 2008 gradu ate of Alonso High School. Airman Khan is an Air Transportation Apprentice as signed to the 437th Airlift Wing at Charleston Air Force Base, SC. He has served in the military for less than a year. Reserve Airman Graduates From Basic Training Air Force Reserve Airnian Caitlin R. Novell graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. She is the daughter of Richard Novell, of Tampa, and the granddaughter of Carole Kripinski, of Rockledge, FL. Airman Novell is a 2006 graduate of Alonso High S::hool. Awards Ceremon.Y Delta Sigma Theta Sororitv, Inc. 2011 ScholarshiP Awards Ceremonv .y; l ; '>! il 1 ":-'. 1<: : < l' f.)(i;)lj ilf.' .. I ) '' ; .. ( The Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 2011 Scholarship recipients are: front row, left to right, Angelique Gadson, Kayla Beard, Demetri Scott, Alexis Jackson and Jasmine Jackson. Second row, Chelsea Kendrick, Erin Ravenel, Cha'Dania Page and Bria Davis. From left, Jene' Bell. Scholarship Chairlady, Tonja and Jessie Kendrick, parents of Chelsea Kendrick, who received the Helen Greene Wilson Award; and speaker, Dr. Jennifer CapeheartMeningall. "Be InspiRED 2" was the theme of the 2011 May Week Scholarship Awards Ceremony of the Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of pelta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. The event was held in the' Ybor Room of Hillsborough Com munity College, Ybor Campus. The Welcome was by Dorcas Statham Walker, Sec ond Vice President; Invocation by Keva Mitchell; Occasion, Cherie Pimento Bethune, May Week Chair; Introduction of Speaker, Skye Idehen and Dawn Smith; Guest Speaker, Dr. Jennifer Denita Capeheart-Meningall, Vice Pres ident of Student Affairs, University of South Florida. The Presentation of Schol arship Awards was done by Jene' Bell, Scholarship Chair, who also presented the Helen Greene Wilson Scholarship Award. Georgette Johnson and Charnell Williams pre sented the 2011 Tampa Metro politan Alumnae Chapter Scholarship Awards, presented in honor of charter member, Altamese Purify Hamilton. Carrie Hurst presented the Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter Sons and Daughters Book Stipend Awards; and Stephanie Dean and Dorcas Walker, Delta GEMS Co-Chairs, made the GEMS presentations. Felicia Harvey, President, made the closing remarks. The 2011 Scholarship Award Recipients were: Alexis Jackson, Angelique Gadson, Bria Davis, Cha'Dania Page, Chelsea Kendrick, Demetri Scott, Erin Ravenel, Jasmine Jackson, Kayla Beard and -Dominique Louissant. The graduating Delta GEMS are: Amber Warren, Brittany Sapp, Chelseea Evans, Danyealab GreenLemons, Jasmine Burney, Jeannitha Marie-Charles, Lacquintia Jones, Mickyra Mutcherson, Ingram, Shanay Campbell and Shaniqua Hill. (Photos by Julia Jackson)
I think it may be time, for whomever has the power, to seriously consider changing the wording in marriage vows. Because it seems as though adhering to them as they stand now is proving to be a challenge for those who decided to stand before an altar and exchange commitment rings. The vow that appears to be giving people the most problems centers on the idea of forsaking all others. I am not saying that it's an ill-con ceived concept. But, maybe it's time for it to be revised a little. Nothing major, just a slight tweak to something more conventional like, "for saking some of all others;" or "forsaking all others for as long as humanly possible." This way both parties re ceive some cushion when it comes to maintaining fidelity. And the pressure to live up to such unrealistically high ex pectations is eased. I mean, it wouldn't be anything new. We have all been raised in a society that embraces lowering standards. What makes the sanctuary of marriage any different? It isn't like the church doesn't have a history of changing with the times. Eat ing pork, divorce, homosexu ality and pre-marital sex were all once acts that warranted condemnation to hell. Now, it wouldn't be uncommon for a member of a congregation to introduce his new male partner to his ex wife while eating a rib sand wich at a church picnic. There is no doubt that the change would be unpopular. But, at least it would spare us from having to suffer through any more of these embarrass ing public apologies by high profile entertainers, athletes or politicians who can't seem to keep their trousers off their ankles when they leave home. The latest example of this FYI is a quasi-adulterous incident involving U. S. Rep. Anthony Weiner, of New York, a webcam and a twitter feed. In this day of high tech nology, it's amazing that he would think that he could send a picture of his private parts to a woman who's not his wife and not get caught? His cyber tryst, while not as bad as impregnating the help, ala Arnold Schwartzenagger, or cheating on a cancer stricken wife (hello John Edwards), lends further support to the argument that people no longer have the capacity to faithfully commit. And it's not just the men who are stepping out. Studies have shown that women can be just as scandalous. Their sneakiness and patience com bined with their ability to think faster than men allows them to not get caught as often. Whether we like it or not, this could all be part of the new normal. With social net working sites making it easier than ever to meet new people, staying committed to one in dividual may be a thing of the past. While traditionalists will desperately try to hold on to what once was, the day may be coming when a man and woman will stand before each other during a wedding cere mony and instead of exchang ing the customary "I do's," they'll simply look each other in the eyes, shrug their shoul ders and say "I'll try." Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, SC 29512; or by email at clarence.barr798@gmail. com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Com pany. THA Board Meeting The Regular Meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa is scheduled for Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 8 A. M. in the Board Room, 1529 Main St. The meeting is open to the public. Following the regular meeting, workshops will be held on Affordable Housing Development Corporation, Encore Affordable Housing Development Corporation, Gardens of Southbay, LTD, Meridian River Development Corporation, North Tampa Housing Development Corporation, Osborne Landing, LTD, and Tampa Housing Funding Corporation. Dr. Hazel S. Harvey is Chairman of the Board, and Jerome D. Ryans is President/CEO. Citizens Turn Out In larue Numbers For Districtinu Hearing BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Citizens of Hillsborough County turned out in large numbers last Thursday evening to let the County Com missioners know their feeling on the group of redrawn maps. Thursday's hearing was the last one before the Commis sioners are expected to take a vote on June 20, 2011. The U. S. Justice Dept. will give the final approval of the selected map. Approximately 20 African Americans, many representing certain communities, made their way to the podium. Their concern was that there would be no lessening of the number of voters in District 3. However, they were sensitive to the requests from the Hispanic community. Linda Washington, the new president of the Progress Village Civic Council, re quested that their community remain as a whole. Maps E and F would better suit their com munity, she said. Joseph (Joe) Robinson, a former Charter Review Board member, cautioned that the maps should reflect the voting age population as well. He also told those in atten dance that there was a lack of attendance to support the need for 2 additional commission ers, which brought out a larger crowd requesting representa tion. Dr. Samuel Wright drew MENS HEALTH FORUM 100 BLACK MEN CHIWREN'S BOARD SONS OF ALLEN YMCA FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER CHIW ABUSE COUNCR..-FRANC THAP SAIN aCOMPUTER MENTORS METRO CHARITIES GIRL scours UNITED HEALTHCARE JlOY SCOurs CITRUS HEALTHCARE TAMPA BAY WORKFORCE AWANCE YOUIH ADVOCATE PROGRAM HEALTIIY START X 0 FACTOR applause when he spoke. He ...... asked for no regression, no gerrymandering and that each group have an opportunity to ::::: speak for themselves. 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-4 Man Hopes Invention Mavor Is Kevnote Speaker For Will Save lives BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter David Wilson is em ployed as a l ongs hor e m an, but in his spare time, he tink ers arou nd with different devices Wilson sai d he became re peatedly saddened by reports of children and animals being left unattended in vehicles, homes, and apartments. I know no parent would in tentionally leave their loved ones in a dangerous situation, but accidents do happen. Sometimes what you thought would only take a minute, ends up taking a few minutes." Wilson pondered what he could do to prevent another life being lost. That's when he in vented the Automatic Sound/ Alarm Detector System. Wilson said his invention will prevent children and pets from being left in a vehicle un attended, ensure that parents or pet owner remember to re trieve children or pets before leaving the vehicle, and en hance the personal safety of children and pets. "My design is lightweight, durable, and easily portable. It can be used in homes, offices and other locations "The system consists of a transmitter pad and a receiver. The transmitter pad is posi tioned inside a child's car set, the vehicle itself, or the trunk. It can also be put inside a pet's collar. "The pad is made of plastic, FYI DAVID WilSON aluminum and other metals, and it is small and clearly indi cates when something is wrong. The receiver is con nected to the vehicle's ignition, and when the key has been re moved from the ignition for a period of time, the alarm sounds if the pad detects that a child is still in the seat or a pet is still in the vehicle." Wilson said the system cannot be cut off until the par ent, caregiver or pet owner has checked to see about the child or animal left behind. "Once the child or pet has been brought to safety, the sys tem can be set back to the orig inal alarm setting or restored right back to how it works." Wilson said the product has been patented, and he's looking for investors to help him get his invention produced and distributed "All I want is to get my product to the people who need it the most. Safety is my pri mary concern." Eastern Heights Neighborhood Assocladon And Crl11e Watch On June 16, 2010 at 6:30 p. m., the Eastern Heights Neighbor hood Association and Crime Watch group will hold their general meeting at Williams Park, 4663 East Osborne Avenue. Guest speaker for the evening will be Ms. Selinda Maxfield, a probation officer who will speak on the duties of a probation of ficer and their place in the community. There will also be a discussion on burglar bars to see if they are up to date. For any questions, contact Samuel Mobley, Sr. at (813) 6284243 Rep. Reed To Address East Tampa Group On Tuesday, June 14th at 6:30 p. m., the East Tampa Commu nity Revitalization Partnership group will hold their monthly meeting at the Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 East Lake Avenue. The community is encouraged to attend this meeting, because there will be an update presented by Dr. Susan Greenbaum on burglar bars Also, Cal Worthington, supervisor with the City of Tampa's Clean City Department, will be speaking, along with Jason Degagne, Environmental Detective, and Captain Ronnie Ship from Tampa Fire Rescue. The featured speaker will be State Representative Betty Reed, who will speak on what's happening in Tallahassee and how communities are being impacted locally. ETCRP Chair, Evangeline Best will give an update on vari ous projects underway by the group And the community will get an opportunity to address Rep. Reed and ask questions. Chairman Jim Simmons an school sett ing nounced that Bob Buck-"We anticipate 12 students N 0 horn, Mayor o f Tampa, will will graduate this June," Sim-= be th e k eynote speaker for the mons said. "Ma n y people in a ugural commencement certhought th ese individuals emo n y of Seminole Heights would never graduate from MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN Charter High School (SHCHS). high school. We knew better. The summer graduation will Our customized study program uation ceremony, please con tact Dr. Bobby Smith, SHCHS Principal, at (813) 234-0809 or bobby.smith @als-education.com. Addi tional information may also be obtained in person at Seminole Heights Charter High School, 4006 N. Florida Ave., Tampa 33603. take place on Friday, June 17, gives students another chance 2011 at 6:30 p. m. at Hillsborto find their way into success. ough High School. We are very proud of their acSHCHS serves students complishment." ages 16 to 21 who have SHCHS opened in August dropped out of school or are on 2010. This will be their first the verge of dropping out The class of graduating seniors. school also serves students For additional information whose circumstances do not fit or to obtain tickets to the grad-If You are African American and Suffered Farm Loan Discrimination by the USDA between 1981 and 1996, You may be eligible for money from a $1.25 billion class action Settlement Fund (Heirs/Kin may be included) There is a proposed class action Settlement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) involving racial discrimination against African American farmers between 1981 and 1996. This Settlement is only for certain people who tried to file a late claim in the original Pigford case, or their heirs (kin) and legal representatives. The current Settlement (sometimes called Pigford II) provides benefits to some of those late filers. Am I included? You may be included if you: Between 1981 and 1996, were discouraged or prevented from applying for or were denied a USDA farm loan or other benefit, or you were given a loan with unfair terms because of racial discrimination, Were eligible for a payment in the original Pigford case, and Submitted a late-filing request that was denied or never considered because it was late. If you are the heir or kin of someone who died who fits this description, you may file a claim for a payment that would become part of the deceased person's estate. If you are not sure if you (or someone for whom you are the legal representative) are included, please call1-877-810-8110. You are not included if you received a payment in the original Pigford case. What does the Settlement provide? You may be eligible for a substantial cash payment and USDA loan forgiveness from the Settlement. You will need to file a claim to be eligible for these benefits. The claims deadline may be as early aS February 28, 2012. The Court has appointed lawyers to help you file a claim under the Settlement. You do not have to pay them or anyone else to help you with the claims process. These attorneys will ask the Court for fees and expenses of between 4.1% and 7.4% of the Settlement Fund, and the Court will decide how much they are paid. You may hire your own lawyer, if you wish, at your own expense. If you have questions or need more information, cap 1-877-810-8110. What else should I know? The Court will hold a hearing on September 1, 2011 to consider whether to approve the Settlement and a request for attorneys' fees and expenses. If you want to object to or comment on the Settlement or appear at the hearing, you need to file a letter with the Court by August 12, 2011. If the Court approves the Settlement, you will not be able to sue the USDA about your farm loan discrimination claims in the future. 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ntertainment Rapper Flo Rida Reggae star Banton Jennifer Hudson AsksForShoner H Charged With DUI Jail sentence ospitalized Between FLORIDA and the $1.7M Bugatti Veyron 16.4. MIAMI BEACH -Rapper Flo Rida hid his face and re fused to comment as he left a Miami police station Thurs day, hours after being ar rested for DUI in a $1.7-million sports car. The musician emerged with a towel draped over his head and was flanked by his entourage as he headed silently toward an awaiting car. Flo Rida, whose real name is Tramar Dillard, was arrested in Miami Beach after police caught him driving erratically in his red and black Bugatti Veyron -a sleek, luxury car capable of reaching 255 mph. Dillard reportedly had bloodshot eyes and was slur ring his speech when he was pulled over. The "Low" hitmaker re portedly measured .185 on a breathalyzer test, more than twice the legal limit. A large crowd gathered around the rapper, with bystanders apparently urging cops to let the celebrity sus pect go unpunished. Ice-T Renews 'law & Order: svu Contract ICE-T Breathe a sigh of relief, "SVU' fans! Even though Chris Meloni won't be back as Elliot Stabler, one of the detectives is returning. But, Rapper lce-T, who plays the street-smart Fin Tutuola, tweeted some good news about his con tract: "I've just I've just locked in my new SVU deal.. So I'll officially be back for the next 2 years at least. DONE," he told followers. As for replacements for Meloni and Hargitay, it sounds like no one's been chosen to fill their big shoes yet. "At this moment no one else is locked as new members of the show .. ," lce-T added. Here's to hoping that Richard Belzer's hilarious conspiracy fan John Munch and Tutuola be come the new central charac ters. 'Camp Rock 2' Actor Released From Hospital MATTHEW FINLEY LOS ANGELES --"Camp Rock 2" actor Matthew "Mdot" Finley has been re leased from the hospital in a wheelchair and faces "exten sive rehabilitation and therapy" following a May 26 motorcycle crash. Finley's manager, Eric Ortner, said the singer-actor was released last Tuesday from UCLA Medical Center after undergoing several sur geries for injuries he received when he lost control of his motorcycle in the Santa Monica Mountains and plummeted off a cliff. Ortner said that Finley suffered multiple injuries to his face, head and legs but is "determined to get back on the dance floor," including a possible stint on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." Finley played rival Luke Williams in the Disney Channel sequel starring the Jonas Brothers. BUJUBANTON Jamaican reggae singer Buju Banton is asking for a shorter prison sentence. The Grammy winner was convicted in February of con spiring to set up a cocaine deal in Florida in 2009. He faces a mandatory minimum of 15 years in prison at his sentencing hearing June 23 in Tampa federal court. In court documents, Banton's attorney, David Markus, says a IS-year-sen tence is "way more than nec essary" in Banton's case. He contends that Banton's limited participation in the drug buy, his charitable work in Jamaica and othervvise clean record entitle the him to a reduced sentence. The documents include letters of support for Banton from actor, Danny Glover, reggae singer, Stephen Marley and Atlanta Hawks basketball player, Etan Thomas. Banton also seeks an ac quittal and a new trial. Newton Had Aflair At16 With Director 23 Years Older THANDIE NEWTON Thandie Newton, 38, has revealed that she has come to terms with a traumatic relationship with a film director 23 years her senior who she claims took advan tage of her innocence as a teenager. She spoke about her six year affair with director John Duigan which she began when she was 16 after travelling to Australia to au dition for his film "Flirting," starring Nicole Kidman. The Bafta-winning actress said the relationship left her feeling 'self-destructive' and said she has only spoken about it 'so teenagers can see they can resist and gain self awareness'. Morning Show Concerts Jennifer Hudson was hospitalized Frida y morning with stomach pains during a break between concert ap pearances on ABC's 'Good Morning America' and CBS' 'Early Show her rep told re porters and fans. Later it was revealed that she was treated for food poi soning. The Grammy and Oscar winner scheduled two big events for Friday to promote her new album, 'I Remember Me,' and made it through her 'GMA' visit. But before she could hit the CBS stage she became ill with "abdominal pain" and was able unto perform" and was JENNIFER taken to HUDSON an undisclosed hospital and released. On 'G.MA.,' Hudson spoke with Robin Roberts in Central Park about her busy schedule, which includes a memoir, two films and rais ing a son, David Daniel OtungaJr. Rock Reverses Himself On Tracv Morgan Routine ., r-0 ::D On second thought, Chris Rock does want to live in a world where Tracy Morgan can t say hugely offensive things. Rock backed off his Tweet supporting the embattled 30 Rock star after he apparently read what Morgan actually said. Tweeted Rock: "Tracy Morgan is a tad off we all know that so when tracy says something i usually don't take it anymore serious than i would a statement from gary busey or flavor flav. when i first heard the statement i thought it was offen sive, but it also reminded me of my father saying ill kill you if you ever bring home a white girl but after reading everything tracy said. wow i get it that s-wasn t called C/) m z ::t z m r-aJ c: r rm TRACY MORGAN And CHRIS ROCK ::t for and i don't support it at Z all. now can i please go to the tony awards without getting aJ my ass kicked." The day before Rock had J: tweeted: "I dont know about you, but I dont want to live in m world where Tracy Morgan < m cant say foul inappropriate s-." 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With all that being said, Miami was clearly the better team. They were clearly out coached. Instead of blaming the coach, the media will put the blame on LeBron James. Z digits late, does Spoelstra <( realize you can pick up defen0 CIJ w :::;) 1-w > w 0 w Rangers, Astros Draft Paralvzed Baseball Plavers :J m :::;) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::;) m JOHNATHAN TAYLOR NEW YORK--Johnathan Taylor and Buddy Lamothe may never play baseball again after accidents left them partially par alyzed. That didn't matter to the teams that picked them Wednesday during the final rounds of the Major League Baseball draft Taylor, an outfielder from the University of Georgia, was a 33rd-round pick of the Texas Rangers, while Lamothe, a reliever from San Jacinto College, was the Houston Astros' 40th-round selection. Taylor was left paralyzed from the chest down after he broke his neck in March dur ing a game when he collided with teammate Zacb Cone, the Rangers' supplementalround pick Monday. "We would have drafted him either way, regardless of any other circumstances involving his injury or Zach's draft status," Fagg said. Monday Sa 9 A M.6 P ---3608 N. 1Sth(comer0flake) 813.247 NCAA Star Prvor savs 'No' To Cfl TERRELLE PRYOR COLUMBUS Ohio -The attorney for Terrelle Pryor says the former Ohio State quarterback has reviewed material from the Saskatchewan Roughriders and is not interested in play ing in the Canadian Football League. The Roughriders own the CFL negotiating rights to Pryor and had expressed interest in him. Pryor announced Tuesday that he would not return to Ohio State for his senior season in the wake of an NCAA suspension and ongoing investiga tion. Pryor's attorney, Larry James, said the offer from the CFL "was not sufficient to whet his taste buds." James said Pryor's next step would be to get a trainer and an agent, and he could still be part of an NFL supplemental draft later this summer. Carl lewis Wins NJSenate DemPrimarv CARL LEWIS NEW JERSEY -Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis has won an uncontested Democratic primary in a New Jersey state Senate race. He still has legal hurdles ahead before he can appear on the general election ballot in November against incumbent Republican state Sen. Dawn Marie Addiego. A judge may still keep him off the general election ballot Republicans say he doesn't meet New Jersey's four-year residency requirement. A federal court ruled Lewis should stay on the primary ballot while the dispute is being sorted out The 49-year-old track and field star grew up in Willingboro and has spent much of his adult life in California. He's owned homes in New Jersey since 2005 but contin ued to vote in California until he regi stere d in New Jersey in April. Tennessee Titans WR Kennv Brin Arrested NEWARK, N.J.--Tennessee Titans wide receiver, Kenny Britt was arrested in New Jersey, a day after appearing in court for a previous arrest on traffic charges. Police said the former Rutgers star was charged with resisting arrest after two plainclothes officers suspect ed he was carrying a marijuana cigar and attempted to handcuff him. The detectives from the city's vice squad, were in line to pay at the car wash when they allegedly detected an odor of marijuana, and Aguiar noticed Britt allegec;lly holding a brown, rolled cigar they believed to be the source Both detectives identified themselves as police, and attempted to handcuff Britt, who allegedly tried to wrestle free and push away while attempting to crush the cigar in his fist. Williams said police believe a man who was with Britt may have disposed of the cigar in the scuffle as police wrestled Britt to the floor and handcuffed him; the other man has not been KENNY BRITT charged Britt is charged with obstructing the administration of the law, resisting arrest and tampering with or fabricating evidence. Police did not recover the cigar or find any drugs on Britt, and he has not been charged with any drug-related offenses. Britt was released on his own recognizance, according to police, and has a June 16 court date Britt pleaded guilty Tuesday to separate motor vehicle violations related to an April arrest on speeding charges in his hometown of Bayonne. Pres. Obama Welcomes BCS Champions Auburn To White House President Barack Obama receives and Auburn University football jersey and helmet during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, June 8, 2011, honoring the 2010 NCAA BCS Football Champion football team. WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is reminding Alabamans of a reason to celebrate: Auburn University's championship football team. The Tigers visited the White House on last Wednesday and Pres. Obama congratulated the players for their work both on the field and in com munity Auburn was set to visit the White House in late April, but the trip was postponed so Pres. Obama could fly to Alabama to survey torna do damage. He said it was heartbreaking to see the destruction from the tornadoes. But he said he was inspired by the strength and generosity of Alabamans. He said mote than 70 Auburn coaches, players and staff pitched in to help with relief efforts. Undefeated Auburn beat Oregon 22-19 in the BCS 2010 title game in January.
Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Big D: Mavericks Top Heat105-95 Massive Stroke For NBA Title After years of criticism, Dirk Nowitzki finally achieved his dream of winning an NBA title. MIAMI --For Dirk Nowitzki, the resume is complete. He's an NBA champion For LeBron James, the agonizing wait continues for at least one more year A season that began with Miami celebrating the signings of James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Boshalong with the promise of championships -ended on the very same floor, with the Dallas Mavericks hoisting the title trophy for the first time in their franchise histo-ry after beating the Heat 105-95 on Sunday night The Mavericks won four of the series' last five games, a turnabout that could not have been sweeter. "I really still can't believe it," said N owitzki, who had 21 points and took home finals MVP honors. He and Jason Terry, who led the Mavs with 27 points, were the two remaining players from the Dallas team that lost to Miami in the 2006 finals. Plaxico's Two Years In Prison Took 'An Emotional Toll' PLAXICO BURRESS NEW YORK --Plaxico Burress wants another chance to play in the NFL. The former New York Giants wide receiver said in a story posted Friday that spending nearly two years in prison on a gun charge took "an emotional toll." Burress was released last Monday from Oneida Correctional Facility in New York. Burress said, "there's nothing pleasant about prison," from the food to the meager weight room to the wasted time. Burress said he wants a clean slate now and plans to "get right back into it" with workouts beginning next week. His agent,..-Drew Rosenhaus, has said he expects several NFL teams to have interest in Burress once the lockout ends and teams resume doing business with players. GODFREY MYLES MIAMI --Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Godfrey Myles has died after suffering a massive stroke. He was 42. Myles' cousin, Requel Gibson, said on Sunday that Myles died Friday morning The Miami native played for the University of Florida from 1987-1990 He served as team captain and made the All-SEC team his senior year. Myles was selected by the Cowboys in the third round of the 1991 NFL Draft. He played six years with the team, earning three Super Bowl rings. He retired after the 1996 season. TVson, Stallone, Others Inducted lntolnt'l Boxing Hall Of Fame Sylvester Stallone (left) and Mike Tyson clasp hands after Stallone's induction speech. CANASTOTA, N.Y. -The once-proclaimed "baddest man on the planet" fumbled for words that wouldn't come. Sylvester Stallone knew exactly what Mike Tyson was feeling. Both were inducted in the International Boxing Hall of Fame on Sunday, Tyson for his reign as heavyweight champion of the world, Stallone for his "Rocky" movie series Thousands packed every corner of the induction grounds, and Tyson was no match for the emotion of the moment. "I've got to be goofy about this or I'll get emotional up here," Tyson warned before trying to honor the late trainer Cus D'Amato, who became his legal guardian after Tyson's mother died and taught him the finer points of the sweet science in a gym in Catskill N.Y., just a 2-1/2-hour drive from the Hall of Fame VANESSA BELLA We can turn back the hands of time at Spotlight central, and that's why we're bring you Vanessa Bella as this weekfs Beauty Unlimited feature. Just in case you didn't see her Friday, this young lady is majoring in journalism and knows you will be seeing her name in big print very soon. She also has a sense of humor, and expects the same from. the man in her life, who also must have patience and a great smile. Congratulations to Vanessa Bella as this weekfs Spotlight feature. 9" Roller" ......................... .......... $i "'50 Brushes ....................................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 0 ...... ...... ., r 0 :::0 (/) m z :::f z m .-Ill c: r r z "tJ c: Ill r en :I: m c m < m c: m (/) c )> z c ., :::0 c
c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::::1 > a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::::J a. MR. JAMES BEAUPIERRE, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. James Beaupierre, Sr., who passed away on Sunday, June 12, 2011, will be held Friday, June 17, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Calvary S. D. A. Church, 4902 N. 40th Street, Elder Patrick Vincent, Senior Pastor, Elder J. C. Hicks, pastor, officiating. Interment will be made in St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands. Mr. Beaupierre, a.k.a., "Lloyd" and "Sa dam," was a Master Mechanic. He was preceded in death by his father, Mr. Christopher Beaupierre. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Ms. Gracia Gatewood; sons, James "Jamie" L. Beaupierre, Jr. and J'mori R. Beaupierre; daughters, Brittany Bryant, Kimani Osborne and Jamesha Beaupierre; granddaughter, Kabrina Bryant; grandson, Amani Daishon Beaupierre; sisters, Fenella McFadden, Trissa K. Maxwell, Colette BeaupierreHuggins, Janice Beaupierre, Jennifer Beaupierre-Woodley and Agnes Beaupierre-Duncan; brothers, Kennroy Beaupierre; brothers-in-law, Tillmn J. McFadden Jr., Miller Huggins Sr. and Sylvio A. Woodley; and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. James Beaupierre, Sr. will be held Thursday, June 16, 2011, from 6-8 p. m. at Mt. Calvary S. D A. Church. Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Fri....1 day morning at 10:45 a. m. W AHARMONBURIAL z i= w ...I ...I ::::::1 m z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...I LL MS. OLGA JEAN THOMPSON Ms. Olga Jean Thompson of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, June 8, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, June 17, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Luther Whitfield of New Covenant Worship Center of Fort Wayne, Indiana, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Olga Jean Thompson was born in Tampa, on February 11, 1933, to the late Samuel and Eddrina Allen. She attended public schools in Hillsborough County and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Tuskegee Institute in 1957 After graduation, her first opportunity as a nurse was as the Director of Nursing at Clara Frye Hospital in Tampa. Soon after, she was employed with the State of Florida where she worked for thirty years. During her career, her various assignments included: public health nurse, health occupation teacher at Plant High School, vocational nurse instructor at Brewster Technical School, and director of nursing at Bay to Bay Nursing home. Ms. Thompson was a very determined and goal-oriented person. She was an inspiration to all who came in contact with her. In 1978, Olga earned a State of Florida "Class A" contracting license. Olga Jean worked and volunteered for many charitable organizations throughout her lifetime. Her most memorable was the appointment by Florida's governor as a Guardian Ad Litem volunteer. Olga's love for God and relationship with Christ was evident through her radiant smile. Her love for family, friends, and people in general will always be remembered. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving son, Robert L. Thompson (Eileen); grandchildren, Danielle, Robby and Leah Thompson; sister, Mildred Allen; nieces and nephews, Theresa Powell, Simon Hilliard, Mildred Levy, Eric Allen, Carol Allen, Edwina Anderson (Wayne) and Bernard Rivers; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m., Thursday, June 16, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends fiom 6-7 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com w.JW ....... FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, Fl 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www. wilson-funeralhome.com LATANZA WILLIAMS STATEN Sunrise: 8/5/1970 Sunset: 6/12/2004 If I knew it would be the last time that I'd see you fall asleep, I would have tucked you in more tightly and prayed to the Lord your soul to keep. If I knew it would be the last time that I saw you walk out the door, I would have given you a hug and kiss and called you back for one more. If I knew it would be the last time I'd hear your voice lifted up in praise, I would have videotaped each action and word, so I could play them back day-after-day. If I knew it would be the last time I could spare an extra minute to stop and say, "I Love You," instead of assuming you would know I do. If I knew it would be the last time I would be there to share your day, well I'm sure you'll have so many more, so I can let just this one slip away. For surely there's always tomorrow to make up for an oversight, and we always get a second chance to make everything just right. There will always be another day to say, "I love you," and certainly there's another chance to say our, "Anything I can do?" But, just in case I might be wrong, and today is all we get, I'd like to say how much I love you and hope we never forget. Tomorrow is not promised to anyone, young or old alike, and today may be all we get so hold your loved one tight. So, if you're waiting for tomorrow, why not do it today? For if tomorrow never cmnes, you'll surely regret the day that you didn't take the extra time for a smile, a hug or a kiss, and you were too busy to grant someone what turned out to be their last wish. So, hold on to your loved one, tell them how much you love them, and that you will always hold them dear, take time to say I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you or it's okay. And if tomorrow never comes, you'll have no regrets about today! Love: your moma, Janie; kids, Dissy, Cat and NeNe; grandkids, Master Zi'aire, Miss Za'Riah and Miss Summah; sisters, Pebbles, MeMe and Che-Che; brother, Emanuel; nieces. Quan, Shanice, Miss NyLiah, Zi'Niyah and Zi'Ariya; nephews, Tavaris, Twan and Ja'Tario; and the rest of the family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ALEXANDER PENNY ADEN FUNERAL HOME Ms. Flora Floyd, Thonotosassa, FL. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Walter Chatman, Tampa. Mrs. Mary Carroll, Tampa. Mrs. Brenda Evans Richard, Tampa. Mr. Elmer Hart, Tampa. GUDES FUNERAL HOME Mr. Willie Moore, Tampa. Mr. Johnny Spikes, Tampa. Mr. Wendell Thomas, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. James Beaupierre, Tampa. Happy birthday, Father. We love and miss you. Loving you aiways, your daughters, sons and grandchildren. Ms. Juana Cortes, Tampa. Mr. Sammy D. Johnson, Tampa. Mrs. Josephine Merced, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Eunice Carter, Tampa. Mr. Sammie Livingston, Tampa. (Infant) Kevin Sampson, Springfield, MA. Ms. Windelon Seymore, Tampa. Ms. Olga Thompson, Fort Wayne, IN. Mrs. Lula Watson, Tampa. Ms. Sonya Williams, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Betty Marie Cook-Lawson, Tampa. Ssgt. Leon Cranston, Tampa. National Bishop Eddie Long senled For $24.8 Million BISHOP EDDIE LONG A new report claims to have the settlement details of the Bishop Eddie Long's sexual coercion lawsuits. New Birth Missionary Baptist pastor has settled with all four of his accusers earlier this month to avoid trial, but further information was not released. It was long speculated how ever, that the Bishop dished out over $15 million to keep the case sealed and the details se cret Now a source has confirmed that the embattled pastor paid $24.8 million to his four accus ers and offered them a private apology. The church had been paying the young men $40,000 a year, and what began as a $2 million agreement to settle the case for each quickly rose to $5.5 million for the respective plaintiffs, the source said, only because Long refused to publically admit guilt. The final figure comes to $22 million for the four men and $2.8 million for the plaintiffs attorneys Court Upholds Crack Sentences WASHINGTON The Supreme Court unanimously upheld a 10-year prison sentence for cocaine possession Thursday, rejecting a claim that harsh penalties in federal law apply only to crack cocaine. The court said that the provi sion of federal law that Galls for longer prison terms for crack cocaiqe possession also includes other forms of "cocaine base, coca leaves and paste : Federal appeals courts have been split on this issue, which the court resolved on Thursday in a favor of a more inclusive reading of the law.
Crime c Two women Stabbed Near Bar MARIA MCLEOD ..... stabbed in left bicep IDA MATHIS ..... stabbed in shoulder DENISE GALLON ..... charged in attack on two women. Tampa Police report that at 12:50 a. m. Friday, a distur bance between two women erupted at the Blue Note Bar, 1504 North Nebraska. Police said Denise Gallon, 27, was allegedly sprayed with mace during the inci dent. After regaining her composure, Gallon report edly armed herself with two knives and walked to Salem's Gyros and Subs. At that location, police said Gallon stabbed Maria McLeod, 32, and Ida Mathis, 24, thinking one of them may have been her attacker. After the attack, police said Gallon went into the bathroom and began to stab herself. Both McLeod and Mathis were transported to a local hospital and reported to be in stable condition. Gallon received minor wounds and was charged with two counts of aggravated bat tery with a weapon. Her bond is set at $50,000. Police said their initial in vestigation revealed Gallon was mentally ill and instigated the fight with the two victims. Alleged Cop Killer Intimidated Witnesses Dontae Morris, 25, ac cused of killing two police of ficers last year, has been kept in an isolated cell for four months, because authorities said he used telephone and video visitation privileges to intimidate witnesses in his case. Attorneys for Morris ar. gued that the ban on visits, calls or letters from family and friends was inhumane and filed a motion last month to have the restrictions lifted. Morris appeared in court Friday for a hearing on the issue, along with a request to be released on bail. Prosecutors argued that if granted bail, Morris would pose a great and substantial danger of violent harm to members of the community. Documents also detailed DONTAE MORRIS phone calls Morris made to his brother, grandmother and acquaintances in February and March. Prosecutors say Morris used those conversa tions to intimidate and influ ence three witnesses into recanting statements they made to police. -UNClE SANDY When you start thinking 8, 11, 15 19 too much you almost always 22, 25, 28, 30 forget what's really the reason 33, 35 39, 44 you're thinking in the first place 46,49,50,55 Former Football Star Charged In Double-Murders c c.. c z m In 2008, Tavari Grant was named to the Tampa Tribune's All-County team after his junior year at Arm wood High School. He trans ferred to Tampa Bay Tech his senior year. However, on April 61h, friends of Grant grew wor ried about his transformation. He had posted a picture of himself on Facebook. The pictured displayed him with unkempt hair, and a face covered with tattoos. Tampa Police investiga tors said that was indicative of the slide Grant took that landed him in jail on a dou ble murder charge. Early last Sunday morn ing, homicide detectives said Grant walked into a house on Van Buren and shot Kiara Brito, 16, and her brother, Jeremi, 13, several times in the head. Grant, 18, was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts of murder and home invasion robbery. Police said Grant and Charles Waits went to the home in the 3000 block of Van Buren 6 a. m. Sunday to rob the Britos. Waits, 19, was friends with Kiara and Jeremi, so they were com fortable opening the door when he knocked, according to police spokesperson, Laura McElroy. Grant and Waits re portedly took jewelry, elec tronic equipment and maybe cash from the home. Grant was a very prom. ising athlete until failing grades made him ineligible to play football. Mom Arrested After Toddler suners 2nd Degree Burns A Miami mother has been arrested and charged with ag gravated child abuse after her 1-year-old child was badly burned Thursday morning. Kamesha Seymour, 20, denied hurting her child, but could not explain to investiga tors how the toddler suffered second-degree burns over its entire body, an arrest report stated. Doctors told police the burns were the result of child abuse, the report said. Seymour, who is deaf, was taken to the police station for questioning. Authorities said the family had no history with the Department of Children and Families. Seymour was being held on $so,ooo bond. TAVARIGRANT ..... charged with twocounts of murder. KIARABRITO ..... shot in the head According to authorities, on August 16, 2010, Grant was arrested for giving a false name to an officer. Dur ing that time, his hair was short and he had no tattoos on his face. A week later, a photo depicted him sitting in the rear seat of a car with a blue bandana around his face dark shades covering his eyes, and the letter G tattooed on his left arm. On November 10, 2010, Grant posted a picture of his first mug shot on his Facebook page, with the notation, "Can't Hold It In No Moe." By February, Grant's appearance began to progressively change in future mug shots. Police spokesperson, JEREMI BRITO ..... shot in the head r-0 ::::0 c l> CJ) m z Laura McElroy, said they ::! haven't officially charged Waits with murder but they rare trying to get him to talk Ill more about the incident. ? "We no longer consider Waits a person of interest. ::! He's now considered a mur-Z "U der suspect, and we will con-c tinue to try and get more Ill information from him on the c;; incident." :::1: m c McElroy also said the report of shots fired at the m corner of Van Buren and < m MacDill involved a witness trying to get the license plate number off the car that was C seen fleeing the home after rn the shootings. C "The occupants saw the witness writing down the tag l> number, and shot at them. The witness wasn't hurt." ::::0 c Toddler Drowned Bv 5-Year-Oid Because He 'Cried Too Much' A s-year-old City girl confessed to authorities that she drowned an 18month-old toddler in a tub because he 'cried too much,' according to police. The death, first thought to be a accident, was upgraded to mui:der after the s-yearold told social workers inves tigating the case that she didn't like the little boy because he 'made too much noise', and 'cried too much', police said. Police say she then indi cated that she drowned him on purpose. The children were in the care of a 16-year-old girt who reportedly. has mental dis abilities when the incident occurred. The adult who was under supervision had left the .. house to go pick up a relative from a bus stop. It was then authorities say the s-year-old dragged the toddler into the undrained C) bathtub and submersed him m .... in the water. C1J
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