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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area I c:c c -a: Q -1 u.. 1r SEE PAGE 16 . VOL. 66 NO. 95 TUESDAY, JULY 19,2011 24 PAGES 75 Church working To Resolve Foreclosure Issue SEE PAGE 11 Commissioner To Club Manager Host Kitchen Accused Of Cabinet Meeting lmoersonaung Cop SEE PAGE 10 SEE PAGE 16 DINNER FOR RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATE Jasmine Alexandria Oliver, daughter of Leonard and Belinda Oliver of Brandon, is a recent graduate of South Carolina State University. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physics. Jasmine graduated summa cum laude with a grade point average of 3.75. Her activities at SC State included: Honors College, Marching 101 band, Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity, Society of Physics Students, Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society, Golden Key Inter national Honor Society, and Wind Ensemble. Jasmine will be attending the University of South Florida on a teaching as sistantship in pursuit of her Ph.D. in Applied Physics with Medical Physics concentration A dinner was held in Jasmine's honor at her church, Allen Temple AME. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre)
a> Commissioner ::) Continues To Perform 0 Despite Illness BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., said his illness would not prevent him from performing his duties. Doctors are currently treating him for two blood clots in his lung Commissioner Miller stated that with the exception missing a couple of board meetings, his illness would not affect ""'his ability to serve his constituents of District 3. Doc tor's appoint ments may coin cide of meetings He is clirrently under the care of his primary care physi cia and taking a blood thin ner. is also required to take ?':( inJ tions in his stomach o each-\fl_a "My R & R doesn't 1:t cooperate and I'll be LL oh this medication until it I have an appointment
Council To Hold Special Meeting To Discuss Former Police Captain's Case MARION LEWIS Former Tampa Police Captain BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In upcoming weeks, members of the Tampa City Council will meet with City attorneys to discuss the law suit involving a former Police Captain. The City recently re quested the Florida Supreme Court to review the case. On Thursday, City of Tampa Attorney Jim Shimberg appeared before Council at the request of Councilman Frank Reddick. Councilman Reddick had requested information pertaining to the cost of the 4-year-old lawsuit involving former Police Captain Marion Lewis, and its status. Attorney Shimberg told Council members that because the attorneys as signed to the case are city employees, the cost remains at a minimum. Attorney Shimberg also explained that he could not go into de tail in a public forum because the case was still in litigation. He suggested that Council members request a "Shade Meeting" if they wanted ad ditional information about the case. A "Shade Meeting" is a special meeting outside of the Sunshine Law that al lows the Council members to have discussion. There is strictly governed protocol that must be adhered to, including the recording of the meeting. Once the case is settled, the record becomes public, Attorney Shimberg said. FRANK REDDICK City Councilman Acting Chairperson Mary Mulhern was in favor of having the shade meeting and said, "It really shouldn't be discussed in public, especially with the press." Councilman Reddick said, "We need to have a Shade Meeting. I want to know why the City is not try ing to settle this case It's been going on for 41f2 years now and needs to reach con clusion." In 2007, Marion Lewis qualified to run for office, challenging then incumbent Mayor Pam Iorio. City of ficials informed Lewis that he would have to resign his position as Captain with the Tampa Police Department if he planned to seek the office. He refused, stating that he had already clarified, via the Tallahassee Office of Elections that the "Resign to Run" rule did not apply to him. Lewis said he was forced into retirement by the city and filed a lawsuit. A local court ruled in his favor, but the city won a deci sion in an appeal. The case then went before the Florida Appellate who unani mously ruled in Lewis' favor in January 2011 and again in June 2011. Last week, the City of Tampa filed a jurisdictional brief with the Florida Supreme Court. Lewis' attorney has 20 days to re spond. However, the Supreme Court Justices will determine if they will accept jurisdiction in the case. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" 248-1921 Trial Date Set For Former Countv Commissioner And Co-Defendant In Fraud Case c c.. c:: !:( .... jD N 0 .... .... BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A tentative trial date has been set for a former Hills borough County Commis sioner and his co-defendant. The trial, which is expected to last about two weeks, will begin on September 26th. Last month, Kevin White, 46, and George Hondrellis, 45, were both charged with conspiracy to commit bribery; bribery; conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; mail fraud, wire fraud, and making false statements to law enforce ment. U. S. Judge James D. Whittemore will hear the case and U. S. Attorney Robert O'Neill will prose cute it. The charges stem from the time when Kevin White served on the Public Transportation Commission from 2006 to. 2010, first while a member of the Tampa City Council, and later as a County Commissioner. White was Chairman of KEVIN WHITE the Public Transportation Commission, which oversees permits for vehicles such as taxis, limos, tow trucks, and ambulances. Hondrellis is the owner and operator of Tampa City Towing Company. The indictment stated that as part of a conspiracy, Hondrellis opened a tow ing company and was placed on the list for county rota tion. He allegedly conspired with others to get on the ro tation list. White is alleged to have We Specialize In: .... a .... naC!' & Bulletin Shells used his influence and posi tion to help facilitate getting the company on the rota tional towing list. White al legedly received more than $10,000 in 2010, the indictment stated. White's father, the late Gerald White, was also im plicated in the indictment. The federal investigation began in September 2009, Hondrellis metwith a Con fidential Informant and al legedly "explained that the PTC was giving away towing certificates for money." Attorney O'Neill stated that there are more than 150 "11 .hours of taped evidence in 0 the case. Some of that evi-a! dence includes meetings with "Darryl," an undercover en agent who met with White on more than one occasion. :::! 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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: $87.0D-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. President Obama Helps Jobless With Their Mortgages LL. c The best way to keep a secret is to put it out in the Z open. Few Americans seem to have gotten the news c( that the Obama Administration has shown an historical compassion for out-of-work Americans who are about to C lose their homes. ffi ht an attempt to assist homeowners who are struggling ::::;) to make their mortgage payments and to help them keep 1-their homes, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has been ordered to extend the time period for mortW gagers to miss mortgage payments from three or four months to twelve months before banks can begin forecloC sure. W While the extended period will apply only to FHAbacked mortgage loans, the Obama administration is en:::i couraging private lenders and other m government-controlled mortgage companies to adopt a similar stance. Since FHA-backed loans are usually prodZ ucts used by low and middle income borrowers, it stands Wt= to reason that a significant number of such loans would ...J be given to Black Americans and other so-called minori...J ties. i So, now you know. If you or someone you know is out ...J of work and struggling to make his or her mortgage payW ments, contact your mortgage lender to see if you qualify Z for federal assistance. Meanwhile, we commend President Obama for taking w strides to keep as many unemployed Americans of all col-0 ors, genders, and creeds as possible in the comforts of their homes. a: 0 ...J LL. Age 61 Or Death, Whichever Comes First F or American employees, now is no time to be silent. Listen to the story of a 61-year-old woman, still working, who said, "Had I known that giving all those tax breaks to rich people and corporations was going to end up with my having to work until I was 67, instead of 65, I would have been the first person to call my congressional representatives and tell them they need to start a more fair way of taxing everybody, poor, rich, business owner or corporation." The worker concluded, "This doesn't make sense that I have to work two years longer because they refuse to end tax loopholes for rich people. Now, it's too late." Unfortunately, the complaining worker is almost correct. She still has time to call her local congressional delegation and to let them know how she feels about increasing the retirement age from 65 to 67 while keeping unfair tax loopholes for America's most elite. Indeed, too many elderly Americans are currently working in spite of life-threatening illnesses because they cannot afford to retire. (Are we telling you something you don't know?) Several years ago, a study by the Center for Retirement o::t W Research at Boston College predicted the current reces-0 sion would make unlikely at least retirement at age 65 for jf 51% of current American employed. Indeed, the drop in T here is much talk about the number of men in prison. This is especially true when it comes to Black men. There are those that say that there are more Black men in prison than there are in col lege. We should be concerned that if this is true, then why? I have seen figures that in dicated that it costs an esti mated $28,ooo-$33,000 a year to house an inmate in prison. Well, that amount of money may not be able to get a student into Yale, but I submit that it would pay for enroll ment at most colleges in the U. S.A. Of the thousands and thou sands of young men in prison, there are thousands who really shouldn't be there. They are non-violent inmates whose crimes deserve no more than probation a,t best. Why not take the $28,ooo$33,000 dollars it takes to confine them and send them to college under strict perform ance and conduct require ments. To do this would produce an educated young man with job market poten tials, rather than an ex-inmate who is a good candidate to return to prison. In some cases, it costs more money to confine an in mate that it does to send him to college. Inmates in prison get the best medical treatment. I understand that they get an nual head-to-toe physicals, di agnostic tests and dental services. How many uncon-William 'Bill' Richmond 11163 -18291: First lnternationallv Known Black Boxer M ore than a century be fore there was Jack Johnson and Joe Louis Barrows, there was 17th cen tury bare knuckles boxer, Bill Richmond. If you are a box ing fan, then you are going to change your mind about who the greatest Black boxer is or may have been when you read about the mighty Bill Richmond. Also known as "The Black Terror," Bill Richmond was the first Black boxer to gain in ternational fame during the late l71 h century. Born to for mer slaves from Georgia, Richmond was born in Cuck old's Town (now Richmond Town) on Staten Island, New York on August 5, 1763. At the age of 14, Richmond became a servant to British General Earl Percy during the American Revolu tion. Percy later became known as the Duke of Northumberland upon his re turn to England where he also took Richmond after the war. Reportedly, Richmond was a Black loyalist who served as a hangman for the British Army. Earlier, Richmond had demonstrated his boxing skills when he promptly and se verely beat soldiers who out weighed him and had insulted him. Upon reaching England, Percy sent Richmond to school in Yorkshire where he also served as an apprentice to a cabinet maker. Described as "well-liked, polite, intelligent, humorous, and communica tive, Richmond was 5' 9" and weighed 152 lbs. and was an excellent cricketer. Reportedly, Richmond wore "bright, gaudy clothes," which generated a great deal of teasing and taunting by his peers." The young man, of course, always settled his scores with a whipping to his adversary, and developed a reputation for beating men who were much larger than he. Engaged in his first profes sional boxing match in January 1804, at age 36, Richmond lost in three rounds to veteran boxer George Maddox. However, Richmond's love of boxing inspired him to continue the sport, and in May 1805, he defeated a well known Jewish boxer known as "Fighting Youssep" in an Just thinking outloud, but I wonder, is it worth looking into sending some non-vio lent, first-time offenders to college instead of prison. What we are doing now is not working. The prison popu lation across the nation con tinues to grow. I keep hearing about how the crime rate keeps dropping. Yet, the number of people going to prison keeps increasing. Whafs with that? Criminals belong in jail, I firmly believe that. But, I still say that we should look at prison to see who we can edu cate rather than who we can incarcerate. unbelievable 52 rounds. A July 8, 1805 26-round win over Jack Holms, a lead ing boxer, earned Richmond the opportunity to fight Tom Cribb, England's champi onship boxer. The Richmond Cribb match turned out to be a loss for Richmond after 25 grueling rounds and 1112 hours of punishment. However, since mond was 42 and Cribb was 24 at the time, that makes Richmond a champion in my book, alongside George Foreman (48), Bernard Hopkins (46), and Archie Moore (so). Incidentally, Richmond never lost another fight after his bout with Cribb. In an 1809 rematch with George Maddox, Richmond won after 52 roundS. In today's world of gloved boxing, 12 rounds are nerve-shatter ing. After that fight, Richmond retired, married, and opened a pub (bar), The Horse and Dolphin, in Leicester Square, London. Shortly thereafter, Richmond opened a boxing emy where he taught young men how to fight, and served as trainer and manager for the famous Tom Molineaux, an other Black bare knuckles boxer In 1829, Richmond died in London, England at age 66: His legacy was memorialized in 1999 when the fighter was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame as a true champion. And .to his memory, I shall also say, "Harambee!" Americans' key assets, equity holdings (savings, retirement plans, etc.), and housing values, which provide workers with retirement income has been blamed for hard times. But here now, fear of closing tax loopholes for the rich make researchers' prediction ring true. The question, which confronts many of us, is "Will you wait to turn 65 to stare at two additional years before retirement, or will you speak now, before too late?"
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FYI Middleton High Class 011958 The Middleton High School Class of 1958 will re sume their meeting Friday, July 22, 2011 at 5:30p.m. The meeting will be held at the Po lice Sector 3 office, 3808 N. 22nd St. Please join the class. Water Saletv Festival Planned On Saturday, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., July 23rd, represen tatives of St. Joseph's Chil dren's Hospital and the Hillsborough Water Safety Team will be at Cyrus Greene Pool, 2101 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. The purpose of the visit is for "Safe Kids Splash into Summer" Festival for chil dren and adults. The "Safe Kids Splash into Summer" program is designed to raise parents' awareness about water safety rules and drowning preven tion. In addition to educa tional materials and information those in attendaJ?.ce will receive string back packs and water watcher whistles. Free Infant, Child and Adult CPR class information will also be available for those who qualify. First Free Mini oavcamp Planned The Mini Day Camp Pro gram will host its first free event on Thursday, July 28th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will take place at 2902 E. Hillsbor ough Avenue. The event is designed as a Tea for Mothers and Daugh ters. For additional informa tion contact Ms. Geri Brooks at (813) 777-4049. Volunteers Needed The Family Education Services, Inc. is in need of vol unteers for its Community Ed ucational And Cultural Center. Enrollment is now open for its Literacy Fast Track Program. There are activities for adults and youths. For additional information or to volunteer, call (813) 9323500 or 453-5443. ., r-0 :rJ c )> en m z ::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m c en :I: m c m < m :rJ -< -4 c: m en c )> z c ., :rJ c
Local c' .,... ::: "") Sister-2-Sister Ministrv Presents Han-1-Tude The Sister-2-Sister Ministry at Re-Birth Baptist en Church held its Hatt-1-tude w ::: .... c service on Saturday, June 25. First Lady Freddie Hudson, President of the Min try, was the Mistress of Ceremony. The keynote speaker was State Represen tative Betty Reed. She was introduced by Joyce Jackson. Also on the program were: Sarah WJ.lder, Beverly Neves, Cynthia Jolly, Joann Campbell, and Pastor Zachery S. Hudson. Joyce Austin was the narrator for the af ternoon. The models included: Keita Armstrong, Barnett Barrett, Mishka Barrett, Linda Byrd, Joann Downs, Nykia Ellison, Kayden Guerra, Connie Hill, Reatha Hobbs, Pastor Hudson, Deacon Earl Jackson, Angelo Johnson, Rev. Beverly Lane, Zachery Lemons, Zacorria Lemons, Zarious Lemons, Deacon Arnold Mathews, Susie Hankerson Milner, Annie Nichols, Ronnie O'Neal, Carolyn Riggins, Willie C. Robinson, James Solomon, Taylor Solomon, Lisa Washington, Delores Williams, among others. Proceeds from this event benefit the church's partner ship with Metropolitan Min istries "Feeding the Hungry and Homeless Project." (Photos by Julia Jackson) a: Mrs. Freddie Hudson, President of U.. the Sister-2-Sister Ministry, was the C Mistress of Ceremonies. z Mrs. Beverly Neves coordinated the models and gave the prayer. Joyce Austin was the narrator. State Representative Betty Reed was the guest speaker. < c en w ::: .... il: w > w c w l: en ::::; m ::: a. z i= w ...J ...J ::: m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u.. July 20, 2011 @ 7:30 P.M. Rev. Rayford First Baptist Of West Tampa Deacon Clarence Gyden, Sr., Chairman, Trustee Board Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Guest model Cynthia Brady has been modeling the Susie Hankerson Milner showing off that black and white hat. "Ms. Dee," Delores Williams was also a model. Claudia Mathews, a member of the Sister-2-Sister Ministry and an usher. James Solomon and Kayden Gyerra, granddad and grandson, modeled together. latest fashions for many Guest model Guest model, Lenora Reatha Brady has been a fashionable model for several years. years, Hobbs.
-t Program Brings Great Resources To Sulphur Springs BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Sulphur Springs is a deeply distressed neighborhood with the highest density of low in come children in the city Me dian household income in the area is $21, 700 and median family income is $19,661. Per capita income is $1o,6oo. That means 49% of the families liv ing in Sulphur Springs do so below federal poverty levels. tics show 48% of the students at Sulphur Springs scored a level 1 or below basic on the state ESEA test for reading, and 37% scoring below profi cient on math assessment. Edge, City Of Tampa Commu nity Liaison Director, the goal is to take the initiative into other neighborhoods where there is a need to help under privileged children and young parents. "We are trying to replicate the successful Harlem School Project led by Geoffrey Canada, along with his suc cessful Baby College. borhood Association leaders in ? Sulphur Springs for 10 years. < Mr. Robinson said jO now have a foundation N didn t have in the past We have a new resource ..a. center, recreation center, an9, library. These things didn t exist 5 to 10 y ears ago. The Sulphur Springs Neighborhood of Promise tar geted Sulphur Springs Ele mentary and Van Buren Middle Schools where statisA Community Development Block Grant Committee was formed to petition for a $20,000 grant. The funds were to be used to organize a -5K walk and community cele bration at the new Community Center in the fall of 2011 to promote an ongoing grassroot effort. JOSEPH AND NORMA ROBINSON "We know there will be some pitfalls. Our goal is to launch this in Sulphur Springs and have it spread to other areas. " The neighborhood associ ation has been successful in bringing people together. It s a difficult task in a transient community, and it's stilt a work in progress. We had a stigma to get rid of as well, and we want people to feel safe about living and visiting Sulphur Springs. I The committee was not successful in securing the grant, missing by 1-1j15th of a point, but said they will apply for the next round According to Shannon Joseph and Norma Robinson have been NeighI During the month of July, the Family Support and Resource Centers are offering a variety of classes that are free and open to the public. The Healthy Start Coalition of Hills: borough County administers the program . 1 The classes are held at Brandon Family Support and Resource Centers, 1277 Kingsway Road, (813) 740-4634; Central Tampa Family Support and Resource I Centers, 1002 E. Palm Avenue (813) 204-1741; and North Tampa, Family Support and Resource Centers, 1401-A E. Fowler Avenue, (813) 558-1877. I South County Family Support and Resource Centers, 3030 E College Avenue, Ruskin, (813) 641-5600; and Family Support and Resource Center, and Town 'N Country, 7520 W Waters Avenue #8, (813) 356-1703 also offer classes during the summer. Some of the classes, which are indicated with an asterisk(*), require appointments or registration. The classes are offered on the dates times, and locations listed below: Brandon Center (call for appointment) 10am-2pm **Summer Program ., r 0 :::rJ c )> en m z :::! z m r m c: r r !!l z "'tJ c: m r en :::1: m c m < m :::rJ < -f c: m Tuesday, July 19 nam-7Pm **Family Counseling 2-5pm **Coffee & Careers Workshop (One-on-One Appointments) 6-8pm: **Intermediate Computer #3 Wednesday, July 27 10am-1pm **Summer Program (1st 2nd & grd Grade) nam-7Pm **Family Counseling 6-?Pm **Family Craft Night Thursday, July 21 5:30pm-7:30pm **Flooring Class (16 and up) To register call558-1877 TDml 'N Ciluntrv '. 1 en I C I I )lo I z Wednesday, July 20 10am-1pm **Summer Program (1st 2nd & grd Grade) 6-7Pm **Family Craft Night Thursday, July 21 nam-7Pm: **Family Counseling 6-8pm **Intermediate Computer #4 6pni Hurricane Preparedness Saturday, July 23 12:30-2:gopm **Sewing Class #6 (Adults) 2:30-3:30pm Recycled Arts Class (5-10 Years) Monday, July 25 10am-1pm **Summer Program (1st 2nd & grd Grade) nam-7Pm **Family Counseling -Thursday, July 28 nam-7Pm **Family Counseling 6-8pm **Automotive Class (16 years and up) Central Tampa Center Tuesday, July 19 6-8 pm Electrician Class (18 and up) Tuesday, July 26 3-?Pm **Mobile Clinic (To register, call204-1741) **Health Screenings (Birth-18) North Tampa Center Wednesday, July 27 10am-12pm **Coffee & Careers 10am-7Pm **Family Counseling 1:gopin **Car Seat Safety Class (to register call443-3074)-Friday, July 29 1-2pm New Parents Network Saturday, July 30 10am-2pm **ABC Prenatal Class 10am-2pm Computer Access South Countv Center Wednesday, July 20 9am-12pm **Coffee & Careers 10am-2pm **Mobile Clinic (For appointment, callss8-1877) **Health Screenings (Birth-18) Tuesday, July 19 9am-12pm **Coffee & Careers #2 10:goam 2pm ** Summer Program 6pm **Hurricane Preparation -Wednesday,July2o. 9:3oam-12pm **Car Seat Safety Thursday, July 21 10am-2pm **Summer Program 5:30-7Pm Family Community Advisory Council Meeting Monday, July 25 9am-n:goam **Coffee & Careers Tuesday, July 26 10:goam 2:gopm ** Summer rrogram Thursday, July28 1o:goam 2:3opm ** Summer Program 3-7Pm **Mobile Clinic I c I I I ., :::rJ i5 Tuesday, July 26 nam-7Pm **Family Counseling 2-5pm: **Coffee & Careers Workshop (One-on-One Appointments) 6-7:30pm: Kindergarten Transition 6-8pm **Intermediate Computer #5 Wednesday, July 20 10am-12pm **Coffee & Careers 10am-2pm **Mobile Clinic Monday, July 25 9am-12pm (For appointment, callss8-1877) 1 (For appointment, call558-1877) **Health Screenings (Birth-18) 10am-7Pm **Family Counseling 10:goam 2:30pm ** Summer Program **Coffee & Careers (One-on-One) Thursday, July 28 10am Child Development Screening 3-7Pm **Health Screenings (Birth-18) I I Friday, July 29 12-1:gopm Clothes Closet I I I I C) m CD
; B-CU National Convention In Bahamas UJ w :::) 1-c UJ w :::) 1-w > w c w :::z::: UJ :::::i m ::l. a.: The Bahamas Alumni Chapter of BethuneCookman University wel comed the Wildcats to the Bahamas for an exciting 4day agenda. The 43rd B-CU National Alumni Convention was held June 16-19, 2011 at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort. The agenda included President's Luncheon, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Corporate Breakfast, Ms. Alumni Coronation and Reception and Alumni Awards Banquet. The group also enjoyed Bahamian Wildcat Outing to Nervana Beach, departing All-White attire event, worship service and Necrology Ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney (Peggy) Gassett and their grandson attended the convention. National Alumni Association officer, Johnny Douglas (of Tampa). ,.... Also at the convention were: Ms. Lyn Mims, President, Mims W Construction; Inc.; Hon. Gladys Johnson Sands, Bahamas, <::1 and Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson, 17th District, if Florida. Commissioner To Host Second 'Kitchen Cabinet' Meeting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In February, Hillsboro\lgh County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., introduced the concept of the Kitchen Cabinet meeting to discuss issues in the community. Now he is preparing to host the second meeting that will take place on Tuesday, July 26th, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Progress. Village Recreation Center, 8802 Alamanda Avenue, in Progress Village : Known as the "District 3 Kitchen Cabinet Organizational Meeting," the meetings are a method Commissioner Miller uses to keep his campaign promise to his constituents. Commissioner Miller said that although this meeting is taking place in Progress Village, residents in District 3 with questions, concerns, or comments are invited to attend because many issues overlap individual neighborhoo. d bound-LES MILLER, JR. Hillsborough County Commissioner aries. This is the second of a series of meetings that Commissioner Miller plans to host throughout the community. He stated that no community is without its own unique problems. Some of the areas in his district include East Tampa, West Tampa, Seminole Heights, Palm River, Suitcase City, Progress Village, and East Lake. Anyone wishing to learn more about the meeting can contact Ms. Bernadine King or Larry Williams, at (813) 272-5720, Commissioner Miller's Administrative Aides. Commissioner Miller said, "This time the meeting is in Progress Village, the last one was held at the Children's Board. It doesn't matter where they are that's just a meeting We are asking everyone,so come. .; "We want to hear from the people of District 3. We want to know what your concerns are. If you don' t have any concerns, then just come a_nd listen because sometimes that helps, too. "If we are doing something wrong, let us know. If we are doing something right, then let us know that, too." Commissioner Miller said the meetings will be held at various locations throughout District 3. He further stated that any issues raised at the meeting or any information gathered will be taken back to his . office to address. Ma n Goes To Jail As Pan 01 Fundraiser To Raise $3,200 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Editor On Thursday, August nth, a Tampa resident Will go to jail. His goal is to raise $3,200 either before he reports to jail or during call in pledges held that day. Known as the Executive Lock-Up, this event is held each year leading up to the National MDA Tele-thon. This year, the telethon will take place on Sunday, September 4th. Donald Dowridge is participating and said he needs the help of the community to help children stricken with Muscular Dystroph y (MDA). Dowridge said, "I'm going to jail and I need your help. I've been accused of having a big heart and I am going to jail for Jerry 's Kids. "The money will help chil dren suffering from the dis ease a,nd the pain it causes. As part of going to jail for this worthy cause, I challenge our general public to help do our part for this worthy cause." In addition to providing medical care, th e funds will be utilized to provide activi ties such as special camps, DONALD DOWRIDGE ... Seeks to raise $3,200 for MDA shelter and education. A donation of $3,200 will provide the essentials for a child suffering from Muscular Dystrophy for 1 year. The same amount will allow 4 children to attend summer camp. Ms. Diana MacLean, of MDA Tampa said, the participants will report to Ruth Chris Restaurant on August nth, where they will be locked up for one-hour. The participants will also take photographs in the jail scene This fundraiser takes place at the same location each year. However, she said others are held throughout the year. Dowridge further said, "This money provides services to MDA members right here in Tampa. These services include durable med ical equipment, flu shots, and funds for clinics and research." Dowridge said, "Any amount of donations are accepted. We pray that the community will step up and make a difference. Lastly, those donations will help me get out of jail!" Anyone wishing to make an online donation to help Dowridge can visit the website at https://www'.joinmda.org/Tampa20ll/dld28 (813) 248-1921
Local -i c: m C/) c Jurors Acquit Two, Convict One In Head Start Fraud Case Church Is Working With Bank To Resolve Foreclosure Issue ?< c.. c: !< ..... CD 1\) 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A panel of 12 federal jurors cleared two people and con victed another of fraud. The case evolved around the sale of a children's book to the Hills borough County Head Start The jurors acquitted Ms. Marie Mason and Ms. Joharta Melendez Santiago, The jurors found Santiago's husband, Michael Jimenez, guilty of honest services mail fraud and fraud in obtaining more than $5,000 from a gov ernmental agency. Jimel)ez, who could be sentenced u p to 30 years in prison, will be sen tenced October nth. He will appear before U. S District Judge Susan C. Bucklew. U. S. Attorney Robert O'Neill served as the prosecutor in the case. Ms. Santiago wrote a book entitled "Travel Boy Helps Se bastian that was earmarked for pre-school students The book was purchased and pub lished by Jimenez, who was the Head Start s Fiscal Man ager, and Family Mental Health Manager, Ms. Mason. The County alleged that Jime;nez did not disclose 1;hat his wife was the author of the book, or that the costs of pub lishing the bboks was divided Louis Finney testified during the trial so that it could fall under the authorized the depart ment heads could approve The cost associated with the publishing of the books was never presented to Hillsbor ough County Commissioners for approval. Jimenez and Marie Mason, the Family and Men tal Health Manager, were sus pended without pay -in December 2010. Christopher Dennis, Spe cial Agent in Charge of the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General said, "The insidious, corrosive effects of public corruption simply can never be tolerated Corrupt NUCP To Hold General MembershiP Meeting The Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will host their July membership meeting on Thursday July 21st. The meeting will take place in conjunction with the Mayor's Town Hall at Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Avenue, beginning at 6 p.m. The East Tampa Business and Civic Association is sponsoring the meeting that is open to the public Anyone with issues or concerns can discuss them with NAACP members. Countv Closing Six Health Clinics, laving 011114 Hillsborough County's Health Department will close six clinics and lay off more than 100 workers to help fulfill Governor Rick Scott and the Legis lature s desire to sh rink spending by the state Depart ment of Health. The clinics' clients ; mostly Medicaid recipients, will be transferred to two non-profit health care providers: Tampa Bay Family Health Centers and Suncoast Community Health Cente r s. Most of the 114 doc tors nurses, technicians and clerks who lose their j obs with the county Health Departm e nt will be hired by the two non profits The six clinics that will be closed provided mostly pedi atric and maternal patients will notice few changes in care or providers after the transition to the non-profits, according to Health Depart ment spokesman, Steve Huard. The clinics that will be dropped are Kelton Health Center 4704-B W. Mont gomery Avenue; Joyce Ely Health Center, 205 14th Avenue Ruskin ; North Hillsbor ough Health Center, 9827 Sheldon Road; Plant City Health C e nter, 302 North Michigan; Sulphur Springs Health Center, 8605 North Mitchell Avenue, and Univer sity Area Health Center 13601 North 22nd Street public officials waste taxpayer dollars, undermine important programs, such as Head Start, and erode the public's confi dence in their government." Steven Ibison, F. B. I. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A deacon at a historically African American church con firmed a local bank has filed foreclosure paperwork. How ever, he said the church is cur rently in negotiations with the bank in an effort to resolve the issue "We are pressing on and we are still look,ing forward to building our new edifice. It will just take time because of the economy. We are asking the public for their prayers and support." In 2007, the church pur chased 43 acres of land adja cent to I-4 near Sligh Avenue. The cost of the land was $1.1 million. After the article appeared in the newspaper, Spencer said they conducted an investiga tion and determined the source. "It was narrowed down ..... ..... Special Agent in Charge said, "The Head Start Program is an important national initiative, which is to aid in the positive development of our young children. Signs of fraud ulent activity targeting this program must always be ad dressed, not only to ensure the related benefit to our commu nities, but to protect the tax payers' investment as well." Jimenez, his wife, Ms. Santiago, and Ms. Mason, his co-worker, were indicted on April 12th. During the trial, Louis Finney, Chief of the Hillsbor ough Head Start Program, tes tified that he knew Jimenez was married, but did not know his wife's name He testified that he approved the $9,000 purchase for the 750 copies of the book An article in the St. Pete Times newspaper stated that the New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue, defaulted on a $1-4 million loan from Fifth Third Bank. The collateral is existing church property. Deacon Rufus Spencer, a lifelong member of the church stated, "Our church will not be closed. The bank had begun foreclosure procedures, but they are willing to work with us to resolve the problem. We are grateful and appreciative to them." to a non-member who appar ently made some accusations to the St. Pete Times, but what ever he said is not true. We are used to them writing anything ., they can about Dr. Lyons." r Spencer also said the church has removed Jacob Dyck of his c role "but not because of any )> wrongdoing." en Founded in 1906, New Spencer further stated that there is nothing new about their situation and that the membership is aware of every thing that is going on. Salem M. B. Church moved to ::! Finney was not targeted during the investigation. its current location in 1950. Rev. 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N Tiger woods Gets Bio Treatment In Comic Book TIGER WOODS PHILADELPHIAGolfer Tiger Woods is the latest celebrity and athlete to get his own unauthorized biog raphy in a comic book. Publisher Bluewater Productions Inc. said that it will release its one-shot issue "Fame: Tiger Woods" on Wednesday in book stores, book shops and online, as it expands its already burgeoning line of biography comics that have profiled people from politics to music to film. Those profiled so far have included first lady Michelle Obama, singer Lady Gaga, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Written by C. W. Cooke and illustrated by Marcelo Salaza, the 32-page issue is part of the Vancouver, Washington-based company's look at celebrity culture and how those in it rise from obscurity to notoriety and deal with life in the public eye. "Tiger Woods is, in most respects, the most famous golfer of all time. He may have had some recent trou bles, but his life is one filled with very interesting tidbits," said Jason Schultz, Bluewater's executive vice president. Woods, 35, was the for mer world No. 1, but recently tumbled to No. 17, his lowest spot in 14 years. ,.... w **Pr8sold Tickets Can Purchased At West Tampa Boys And Girt Club (1301 e, N. Boulevard Ave.) **H You Have Any Ftl1her Questions Please Contact Damn if Heyward. (813) 361-6360 Or Ms. Nikki Coley. (813) 624-3675 Paralvzed Rutgers Plaver Tweets 'Standing Tall' ERIC LEGRAND WITH HIS MOTHER WOODBRIDGE, NJ Paralyzed Rutgers University football player Eric LeGrand has posted two photographs of himself standing during physical therapy. The photos appeared Wednesday on LeGrand's Twitter account . LeGrand tweeted that he's "standing up little by little" and "stand ing tall, we can't fall." His mother is with him in the photos. LeGrand was paralyzed from the neck down while making a tackle on a lqckoff return against Army on Oct. 16 at New Meadowlands Stadium. The 20-year-old has said he believes he will walk again. DeseanJackson, Apologizes For GavSiur DESEAN JACKSON A week after inflaming the LGBT community with his choice of words on a satellite radio show, Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson issued an online apology. In three tweets, Jackson wrote: "I am sorry for using words that I know to be hurtful and unacceptable in a recent radio interview. I have made a mistake and would like to make it clear that words I used meant no disrespect to the Gay and Lesbian community. Intolerance is unacceptable and I apologize to anyone I have offended." On June 30, Ja.ckson appeared on the All Out Show with Rude Jude and Lord Sear on Sirius XM radio. On the uncensored show, Jackson uses several derogatory anti-gay phrases towards a caller asking him a question. Black Racer Nicole Lvons Talks 'White Male' Competition Race car driver Nicole Lyons gives a whole new meaning to what it means to be driven. Talented as she is beautiful, she' s carving a name for herself as one of the rarest entities in drag racing: an African-American woman. Noire caught up with her as she opened up about drag rac ing, her pro football husband's and her undying love for herparents. Madame Noire: Describe what a pro race car driver does. Nicole Lyons: There are several different [race car competitions], NASCAR, NHRA, Indy. You have to be licensed in a particular field of racing. You definitely have to be making money ... Danica Patrick, for example, makes upwards NICOLE LYONS of $2o to $30 million a year ... Ways to make money [include] winning races, get ting sponsors, getting paid as a driver. The money [you can make] is endless when it comes to winnings, sponsor ships ... MN: How much do you make? NL: I probably pocket upwards of $soo,ooo to one million a year. Michae.llrvin Tells 'Out Magazine' His Brother was Gav DALLAS Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin . says his womanizing may have stemmed from seeing an older brother whom he idolized dressed as a woman and learning the brothe.r was gay. In the latest issue of Out Magazine, Irvin said.he was 12 when he discovered his older brotl1er Vaughn's secret life. He said his father told him: "Yes, that's your brother. And you love your brother." The former Dallas Cowboys ,star now appears on the NFL Network and on his own radio show in MiamL He has supported same-sex on his radio show and has said he's waiting for an active player in the MLB, NBA or NHL to dedare publicly that he is gay. "UntH w e do that, we're going, to be stuck in the Dark Ages about a lot of things," Irvin told the mag azine. "When a guy steps up and says, 'This is who I am,' I guarantee you I'll give him 100 percent support." Irvin said carrying the burden of Vaughn's secret gives him a hint of how tough it must be for a homosexual to hide his orientation in a locker MICAEL IRVIN room. "If I'm not gay and I am afraid to mention it, I can only imagine what an athlete must be going through if he is gay,'' Irvin said. "I would like to see players come forward and be happy with who they are. Hopefully, as we move forward, we'll get to a place where there's no way it's even considered; it just is what it is and everybody can do what they do. That's the ultimate goal." Irvin said he believes the fast life he's led was to accentuate his heterosexuality. He said he wanted everyone in the locker room to see him have the most women and the nicest car "so that everybody says, 'Michael's the man.'"
Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Charges Against Kin Of Eagles First In b-NFL Plaver Killed BV Cop Plaxicoll DAVID TURNER BAKERSFIELD, CA The son and daughter of a former NFL pla y er who wa8 killed in a confrontation with California deputies now face criminal charges of their own The charges stem from an incident at the hospital where David Turner was taken after he was shot outside a Bakersfield convenience store Sunday. Acco rding to hospital s e curi ty, famil y memb e rs y e ll e d a t and thre atened e mplo y e es Th e Bak e rsfi e ld Californian r epor t s t h a t 25-year -old Ahmod Turner and 2 4 yea ro ld Whittney Turner .plea d e d n o t g uil ty Tu esday t o threa t and g an g charges. Th e s hooting of Turner, w ho pla y ed for the Cincinnati B e ngals from 1978 to 1980, r e mains under investigation. Kern County sheriff's deputies were questioning Turner about reports of teens asking adults to buy them alcohol when a scuffle broke out. Turner allegedly struck a deputy with a bag carrying two beers, prompting another deputy to shoot. Titans Kennv Brin Pleads Not Guiltv In NJ KENNY BRITT ,HOBOKEN, NJ Tennessee Titans receiver Kenny Britt has pleaded not guilty to three disorderly per son charges ste mming from a June arrest in New Jersey Hoboken police had suspect ed Britt was carrying a marijuana cigar. Britt entered his plea Tuesday in Hoboken Municipal Court. He declined comment. A judge set a Sept. 20 trial date. The former Rutgers star has had a series of recent legal difficulties Britt pleaded guilty last month to violations related to a speeding arrest in his hometown of Bayonne He surrendered June 29 to Tennessee authorities on warran.ts alleging he provided inaccurate information on driver s license applications. A man filed a civil lawsuit against Britt on June 27 seeking damages from a Nashville bar fight. Harrison Apologizes For Remarks JAMES HARRISON NEW YORK -Pittsburgh linebacker James Harrison apologized Thursday for using an anti-gay slur to to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in an interview with Men's Journal," and says his critical statements about teammates were taken out of context Harrison posted a state ment on his Twitter account, with the message: "This statement will be my only response to the Men's Journal article." In the article, the Steelers' star criticized Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and running back Rashard Mendenhall for their play in last season' s Super Bowl loss to Green Bay. Harrison called Mendenhall a fumble machine for his fourth-quarter turnover and said Roethlisberger needed to stop trying to act like Peyton Manning. " I did make comments about my teammates when I was talking about the emotional Super Bowl loss, but the handful of words that were used and heaVily publicized were pulled out of a long con versation and the context was lost," Harrison said in his s tatement. Obviously, I would never say that it was all Ben's or Rashard's fault that we lost the Super Bowl. That would be ridiculous. Both Ben and Rashard are great players and great team mates Burress u; prison g wearing an ..... old-style Phillie s h a t with a big P ." That PLAXICO P w a s for BURRESS Philly not for Plaxico. As I reported in June, I think the Eagles will be first in line to sign Burress. He is the big red zone receiver the Eagles need, and he sure hasn't been. bashful about hiding his desire to play in the City of Brotherly Love. "The Eagles could be the team," oneGM said. Former NFL Running Back Charged With Stealing Gas SALT LAKE CITY Former Philadelphia Eagles running back Reno Mahe surrendered to RENO authorities this MAHE w ee k to fac e a crimin a l th e ft c h arge in Utah Mahe and four others a re c h arged in Utah's 3rd District Court with stealing more than $15 ,000 in gasoline in 2010 from a construction compan y in a Salt Lake City suburb, according to court documents Court records indic a te that Mahe, a former BYU stand out, was booked into a Salt L a ke County jail Thursda y and released pending his next h earing. A scheduling c o nference in Mahe's case is set for Aug 5 Another for mer BYU football player, Tevita Ofahengaue, also is charged with a single count of theft, as are Michael Andrus, Mark Evers and Fred Prescott. An affidavit of probable cause signed by Murray City Police Detective Tyler Evans said A-Core Concrete Cutting officials discovered one of their employees, Evers, was using a gas code 'to steal gasoline from the company for the last four years. The firm conducted an audit and calculated a loss of more than $55,000 between June 18, 2006, and Oct. 17, 2010. "It wasn't like I needed (ACore)'s gas, he said last year, according to the Desere t News. "I'll pay, if that's the deal. I'll pay my portion back i f he wasn't allowed to give it to me. I'm not worried about that part. As a man, you pay back your debts." .. SANDRA There's only one woman capable of cooling you off in this heat wave, and that's this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Sandra. This young lady loves to model and pose for the camera. 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Entertainment N Jennifer lopez And Marc Anthonv Announce Divorce JENNIFER LOPEZ And MARC ANTHONY Jennifer Lopez and her husband, Marc Anthony are splitting after seven years of marriage. "We have decided to end our marriage," Lopez and Anthony revealed via a joint statement. "This was a very difficult decision. We have come to an amicable conclusion on all matters. "It is a painful time for all involved, and we appreciate the respect of our privacy at this time." The two Latin superstars married in June 2004, and have two children, 3-year old twins, Max and Emme. We didn't see this coming, but if Diddy still needs a girl, it looks like his old flame is back on the market. Brown Sets Record On Todav Show c a: LL c z <( CHRIS BROWN The controversy sur-W rounding Chris Brown due to alleged gay slurs and ruij: mored issues with Drake w > w c w :::r: (J) :J m ::::: Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::::: m has not stopped Breezy's fans from supporting him. Over 18,000 of Brown's followers showed up to see him perform live on the Today Show and actually set a record for attendance Many of them camped outside since Thursday hold ing signs that read "Team Breezy." Chris performed hits off his F .A.M.E. album and a few other classics for the record breaking audi ence. 'Harrv Poner' Rings Up Record S416M GlobaiiV The final "Harry Potter" film shattered box office records worldwide with $168.6 million in U. S. and Canadian ticket sales last weekend and nearly $4 76 million globally. The staggering domestic total for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -Part 2" is the best three-day open ing for a film ever, distributor Warner Bros said on Sunday. It beat the previous record of $158-4 million over the initial three days for the 2008 Batman movie, "The Dark Knight." Internationally, the finale for "Harry Potter" captured $307 million in 59 countries, another record. "Harry Potter," already the highest-grossing film franchise ever with $6.4 bil lion in global ticket sales, is based on the novels of British author J.K. Rowling. Bevonce's Father Denies Stealing From Her NEW YORK--Mathew Knowles filed papers in a Texas court this week alleg ing that members of Beyonce's camp, which he says includes her label, Columbia Records, LiveN ation and her superstar husband, Jay-Z's Roc Nation, have made "neg ative comments about me." "We absolutely have not taken any money from Beyonce, and all dollars will be accounted for," he said. "In no way have we stole money. Again, this is about the peo ple who have made these claims -they have to come into the light." Knowles guided his daughter's career since she wasa a child, first to super stardom as part of the group Destiny's Child, and then MATHEW KNOWLES ANDBEYONCE as she continued with her blockbuster solo career. Beyonce has sold millions of records, won numerous Grammys, is a lucrative spokeswoman for different products, and has also had considerable success in film with movies like the Oscar winning "Dreamgirls" and the movie "Obsessed." Aretha Franklin's Publishing Companv Sued Over Rovallies DETROIT -A longtime songwriting partner of Aretha Franklin has sued her publishing company, claiming it did not sign a roy alty agreement for a song on her recently released album. The suit filed in U.S. Dis trict Court in Detroit by Norman D. West also ac cuses Springtime Publishing, Inc., of copyright infringement over a song and seeks unspecified damages to en sure future royalties. West said no royalty agreement was signed for "Put It Back Together Again." That song and "New Day," which West said he co-wrote, appear on "Aretha: A Woman Falling Out of ARETHA FRANKLIN Love. "The CD was released this spring --her first studio album in about eight years West, 45, and Franklin have worked together on songs for more than 29 years. His lawsui t asks a judge to order Springtime Publishing to sign the royalty agreement. Tone loc Pleads -Not Guiltv To Domestic Vi.olence. Tone Loc has pleaded not guilty to a felony domes tic violence charge steri:uning from an arrest. The artist, whose real name is .AD.thony Smith, entered the plea in a Bur bank, Calif., courthouse on Thursday. Known for the hits "Wild Thing" and "Funky Cold Medina," Smith was arrested in the city which is north of Los Angeles on June 18. He also faces a felony pos session of an assault weapon charge because Burbank po lice discovered the rapper has an unregistered Colt AR-15 rifle. TONELOC He returns to court on July 28. Police have released few details about the 4s-year old's arrest, saying only that he was taken into custody after a woman accused him of assault.
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Mr. Buford Harris, Tampa. -t First Familv President Obama: Chance For Anends Church something Big' To Calm Economv 2: Service wAsHINGToN -Presi-!< dent Barack Obama said .... President Barack Obama walks with his family, first lady Michelle Obama and .. their daughters Malia and Sasha, left,. to St. John's Church sunday, July 17, 2011, in Washington. WASHINGTON :-President Barack Obama took his family to services on Sunday, walking out of the White House and to a nearby church fre quented by presidents. Accompanied by his wife, Michelle and daughters, Sasha and Malia, the First Family walked through Lafayette Square to attend the 10:30 morning serVice at St. John's Church. Pres. Obama has wor shipped at St John's previously, as well as at other churches in the nation's A pew nine rows back from the altar at St. John's carries a small brass plaque designating it as The Presidenfs Pew." Church history claims that every president since James Madison has visited. Atlanta Shooting leaves one Dead, Two Wounded NKOSI THANDIWE ATLANTA Atlanta police released information on the ar rest of a security guard charged with killing a woman and wounding two other women in Midtown Police announced the arrest of 22-year-old Nkosi Thandiwe shortly after 6 p.m. Police said Thandiwe worked as a security guard in the same building where the three women worked. Thandiwe is being held at the Fulton County Jail on one count of murder and two counts of aggravated assault. Investigators say Thandiwe ambushed 26-year-old Brittney Watts by opening fire and killing her. One of the sur viving victims was shot in the back and the other was shot in the ankle. Thandiwe fled the scene, but l a t er turned himself in after learning police had identified him as the shooter. No motive for the shooting has been released at this time. Friday Congress has a "unique ,!D opportunity to do something .... big" and stabilize the economy .... by cutting deficits even as it raises the national debt limit to avert an unprecedented U.S. default. Saying he was ready to make tough decisions and challeng ing Republicans to do the same, Pres. Obama at tempted to turn the Republi cans' .opposition to any tax increases back against them, warning that failure to raise the debt ceiling would mean "effectively a tax increase for everybody." Administration officials and private economists say that if the U. S. fails to raise its bor rowing limit by Aug. 2 and be-PRES. BARACK OBAMA gins to stop paying its bills as a result, the fragile U. s : econ omy could be cast into a crisis that would reverberate around the globe. The United States hit its current $14.3 trillion debt ceil ing in May and has been jug gling its books since then. Republicans, who control the House of Representatives, say they won't raise the debt limit unless Democrats to major spending cuts to reduce the spiraling U. S. deficit Mother Kills 3 Kids, Self After Desperate Call To Pastor "T1. r-0 c )> NEW ORLEANS One can only imagine what might have been going through the mind of a 29-year-old mother of three, when she raised her gun and pulled the trigger ort her six month old, her one year old and her 12-year-old daughters, and then turning the gun on herself. Before the New Orleans na tive Nadia Braxton killed her children and herself, her preacher says she reached out for help. Kenneth Taylor of Elysian Fields Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans told police last week "She felt hope less, full of anxiety, she didn't know what to do. She needed God to tell her whether she be longs here." Taylor offered his advice, prayers, inspirational readings and suggested Braxton call him for help. The mother. called the pastor Tuesday morning, hours before she killed, herself and her children. Pastor Taylor was busy with the church's day camp, 12 year old Kayla Peters and her 1 year old sister, Nayah were found murdered with their 6 month old sister, Nyla. and decided to return the call later that afternoon. "I tried back Tuesday about 4 o'clock," Taylor said. "There was no answer:" Later that evening, Braxt .on's lqng time companion and father to the three mur dered children, Ronald Peters, came home to a gruesome discovery. All three girls, Kayla, 12, Nayah, i and Nyla, 6 months, laid in Kayla's bed with a bullet hole in their head and Braxton en m z ::! z m r-m c:: r rm :::::!. z c:: m r-oo :::1:' m c m < m -t c:: m en c )> z c "T1 laid on top ofKayla, also with :::D a bullet hole to the head. Pe-C ters called 911 in shock, telling them that his entire family was dead in bed. Okla. Woman savs She was Anacked For looking like casevAnthonv OKLAHOMA -An Oklahoma woman whose car was rammed as she drove away from the convenience store where she works says she was mistaken for Casey Anthony. Sammay Blackwell, 26, says the incident happened days after Anthony was ac quitted of murdering her 2year-old daughter, Caylee. A woman who had been in the store earlier to buy gas rammed Blackwell's truck with her van as Blackwell was leaving work. "Blackwell said, 'Oh my God, help me." "She hit me again, causing my vehicle to flip two arid a half times, land ing on the driver's side, and I just laid there playing dead." Police arrested Shireen Nalley on charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. ....
Crime Shooting suspect Charged With Murder, Robberv LOUIE CROMARTIE CARL KIDD Tampa Police detectives, following up on leads identi fied a man being sought fol lowing a murder Friday night. According to reports pol ice received a call at 9:25 p. m. of shots being fired at 3402 North Clay Street. Officers arriving at the scene, entered the residence and reported finding 33-ye a rold Carl Kidd dead. Witnesses reported that the s uspect in the shooting was a Black male. After identifying the shooter as Louie Cromartie, 26, d e tectives located him the fol lowing day. He was arrest ed in the area of 18th Street and 24th Avenue. Cromartie was charged with first-degree murder, robbery, being a felon in pos session of a firearm trespass ing in an occupied structure, battery, petit theft, and opposing an officer without violence. > Club Manager Accused Of Impersonating OHicer a: LL c z
II a """ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2007008934 DIVISION: I BELTWAY CAPITAL, LLC, Plaintiff, vs. RUDOLPH D. JORDAN, ROKAY JORDAN AND SHELL POINT HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Defendants, NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45 II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in accordance with the Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated July 11, 2011, in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E EDGECOMB BUILDING, ROOM 201/202 located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET in TAMPA at 2:00 p.m. on August 18, 2011 the following described property. LOT 3 OF SHELL POINT ESTATES, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 61, PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. A/KIA 2508 MISTIC POINT WAY TAMPA, FLORIDA 33611 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. INDIVII:;)UALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800.955-8n1. Dated this 12th day of July. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ALEXIS DE LA ROSA DEPUTY CLERK BLICATION DEADLINES uesa1av Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II II .. EMPLOYMENT Pasco-Hernando Communily College (PHCQ is currently accepting applications for the following positions: Assistant Dean of Academic Technology (Job #0115) New Port Richey Campus Required: Moster's degree from a regionally institution, preferably in instructional I educational technology, computer sciences, or a related field; demonstrated proficiency with technologies such as electronic conferencing, e-mail, Internet, interactive multi-media, compressed audio I video systems, and computer-based learning systems; experience !hot demonstrates the understanding and support of the teaching I learning processes and the needs of students and faculty; strong verbal, written, and inter personal communication and organizational skills; satisfactory criminal history background check. Preferred: Teaching experience in higher education. Salary range is $70,351 -$73,868.55 annually. Advisor (Job #0114) Brooksville Campus Required: Bachelor's degree; ability to work under d eadlines ond with all levels of College students; computer literacy ond knowl edge; must hove good public speaking ability and good interpersonal relationship skills with diverse groups; satisfactory criminal history background check; must be able to work evening hours and occasional weekends. All degrees must be from regionally accredited institutions. Applicants who clai m o right of veteran's preference must upload documentation o f eligibility and attach i t to their online application. Preferred: Moster's degree; experience in student advisement ond recruitment at the postsecondary level. Salary range is $36,800 -$38,640 annually. FOR BOTH POSITIONS: APPLY ONLINE no later than the July 28 application deadline at www.phcc.eduljobs. ALL SUPPLEMENTAL I ADDITIONAL APPLICATION MATERIAL MUST BE UPLOADED VIA THE ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM. The supplemental I additional application materials ore: o cover letter, current resume, copy of transcripts, OD-214 (for veteran's preference}, and must be uploaded and attached to the online application before midnight of the application deadline date. The application review process con be initiated with the copies of transcripts; however, official transcripts must be received before the interview. Have official transcripts sent to the Human Resources Office (address below). Pasco-Hernando Community College Attn: Human Resources Office (Job #) 10230 Ridge Rood New Port Richey, FL 34654-5199 ALL APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT AN ONLINE APPLICATION, COVER LEITER, RESUME, TRANSCRIPTS, AND VETERAN' S PREFERENCE DOCUMENTATION (IF APPLICABLE) NO lATER THAN THE JULY 28 APPLICATION DEADLINE. No other submitted materials will qualify you to be considered for these positions. For help with online applications, call 727-816-3169 or 727-816-3425. THE COLLEGE IS ClOSED FRIDAYS THROUGH AUGUST 12. 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