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c:c Q -a: 0 ...1 Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .-SEE PAGE 3 l'l J"' -,.,_ ; ::, I _, I J ,...,__, L. J) 1 VOL. 66 NO. 103 TUESDAY, AUGUST 16,2011 24 PAGES 75. Prominent Pastor Found Dead In Hotel Room -------." SEE PAGE 8 Church To Give Awav Clothing For School .. SEE PAGE 8 Victims Shared Similar Stories About Trainer SEE PAGE 15 A TRIBUTE TO THE MAN, THE MUSIC AND THE MESSAGE An overflow crowd was at Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Carrollwood on Sunday afternoon. Gospel recording artists from around the country were in town to pay tribute to "Rev. Arthur T. Jones: The Man, The Music, The Message." The 63year-old pastor, author, songwriter, Stellar Awards nominee and Grammy nominee has been battling cancer for several months. Shown with him at the celebration on Sunday from left to right: Dr. Julia McMillan, Reverend Dr. Arthur T. Jones, Mrs. Doris Jones, Timothy Jones and Natalie Jones. In the rear, Mary Larosa James Anderson, Brenda James (both of the James Sisters of Chicago, IL) and Minister John Warren. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre)

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c: Death Threats Made vounuauthor: Before Funeral services Of As We Speak It, As we Think It, So ltls d A P BY TAMECA JOHNSON Deliver Me from Hell and Bvslander Kille I artv Freelancer Writer Come Hell 01' High Water, I Will Obey Godl Each time a; CRAIG THOMPSON, JR. ... extra security ordered during wake and funeral Death threats targeted at funeral attendees of a young man murdered at a party in Riverview a few weeks ago, prompted additional security this past weekend. Security was increased at both the wake and funeral of Craig Thompson, Jr. Police presence was visible on Friday evening for Thompson's wake at Aikens Funeral, as well as for his fu neral on Saturday. When contacted by the Sentinel, his father, Craig Thompson, Sr., stated that he had heard about the threats, but didn't know who made them or why. He stated that he didn't receive any threats himself. "I wasn't worried because there were threats made at lesha's (Washington) fu neral, too It s really sad be cause we were preparing for the funeral. We are in mourn ing. To do something like that is ridiculous and didn t make any sense I think to do some thing like that was a cowardice act," Thompson said. He further said that he had gone for the family viewing earlier in the day and noticed that a K9 unit was stationed on North Bay Street near the funeral home and another unit was parked across the street Two deputies were in side of the funeral home for the wake. Thompson said a trust fund has already been estab lished for his unborn grand-MS.IESHA WASHINGTON child and the family is in the process of establishing an other. Earlier this month, Ms. Washington and Mr. Thompson were both killed after attending a party at a clubhouse at 5020 Highway 41 South, in Riverview, owned by the Local 439 of the Inter national Chemical Workers Union. Deputies said unidentified suspects began shooting after a fightbroke out and one the attendees was ordered to leave by security. A short time later, two men allegedly began shooting into the crowd. The body of Ms. Washington, 18, was discovered on the roadway. Thompson had been shot as well and died at Tampa General Hospital. Detectives arrested 21-y ear-old Tyrell Sidney Bragg and charged him with second-degree murder in the death of Ms. Washington. Police also recovered a .380 handgun believed to be the murder weapon. Police believe a second shooter was responsible for Thompson's death because of shell casing from a different type weapon. However, no other suspects have been ar rested. The investigation is continuing. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@jlsentinel.com. Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www. flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertising And Morel "Life and death are in the power of the tongue. "As a man thinketh so is he Those scriptures taken from the book of Proverbs are the inspiration behind two books written by a local young author, who has trans formed her life's lessons into two novels. She hopes the words on the pages of her books will inspire and en courage those who feel hope less and helpless. Ms. Cheryl Osborne knows all too well that situa tions turn on a dime. As a young girl she w.as deemed slow, different and difficult to teach. "Growing up I was told that I couldn't learn like other kids," she says. "I was placed with. kids ofthat na ture and my self-esteem was low. I felt inferior to other children and to other people. I saw myself through the eyes of others." It was that way of think ing that carried over to Osborne's adulthood, drastically impacting her life. She married and had a son, but feelings of not being good enough always seemed to hang over her head like a dark cloud. "I thought so negative about myself and about things that happened. I had negative thoughts about my marriage, about my husband being with another woman. Your insecurities can be your death." Osborne says she began to fast and pray, asking God to renew her mind and save her marriage. One prayer was answered. The other had a different outcome. "I laid on the floor prostrate and He started giving me visions." Those visions, she says, were her two novels: Lord I sat down and wrote I could N feel a piece of me being leaked out onto paper. ...... Sometimes I laughed. Some times I cried. Sometimes I felt embarrassed by what I was writing." Both books are now published, which some would find amazing, consid ering Osborne was once deemed "slow" and is still working on her college de gree at St. Leo University. Osborne's second prayer about her marriage did not bring the results she'd hoped for,but she says it wasn't from a lack of faith on her. part. "Every man has his own will and staying mar ried not something [my ex-husband] wanted; but my negative thinking [during our marriage] didn't help." ., Osborne hopes both r books and others she's work-ing on will drive home the c messages in Proverbs l> about the importance of pos-itive thinking and speaking. z Her books are available at ::i Amazon.com and Barne-sandNobel.com. r m c: r r m ::t The Head Start Program z ., c: OJ c en :I: m c is now enrolling Hillsborough new applicants County into their child care program! In accordance with the Arnelialns with Disabilities M. this agenty does not diSofmlnate based on. disabiUty. You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive .public assistance (SSI, TANF Or Subsidized Child Care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, developmentally delayed, speech/language, or any other impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally for Head Start: Have a child who will be 3 years old before September 1, 2011 Additionally for Early Head Start: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally for Expectant Parent Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, June or July HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY o/ fJtNMt, e.,.,iddltNuJJU. m < m :a -< c: m en c )> z c ., c

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.,... editorials/Columns cD FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ti (USPS 202-140) :::l 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By :::l FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., =-POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: en Florida Sentinel Bulletin, W P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 :::l Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL 1-c a: I.L C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193Q-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-PerYear Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Flor i da Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Buckhorn And Reddick: Two Leaders To Watch C I f the measure of a true leader is not how well the leader leads, but how well the leader listens, then the City of Tampa has two. c Who would ever have imagined their trek would en have begun over an issue of a swimming pool? We're referring to a recent issue involving the reI-furbishment of two area public pools. One of the pools ft was located in historically white South Tampa. The other pool was situated in historically Black East w Tampa. Newly elected mayor, Bob Buckhorn favored C repairing and reopening the South Tampa pool because such repairs would cost less. tn Newly elected City Councilman Frank Reddick fa-:::i m vored fixing up and reopening the pool in East Tampa :::l because such repairs were overdue. Reddick seemed to say, ifhis constituents' pool was i= not fixed, he might not vote for the mayor's budget. At w that, Mayor Buckhorn was heard to say, he only :j needed four votes (should Reddick and Mulhern vote ffi against him). ...J Fists balled up and lines were drawn in the sand. Then a 'very strange thing happened. i= Both public servants came to their senses, and the Z two for a time, lived happily ever after. 'Long live, by the politicians, for the people.' <( c a: 0 ...J I.L Les Miller's Plan Is A Good Idea 0 nee again, a slap on the back for Les Miller who no doubt, has decided to use his position of County Commissioner as a primer to other politicians on how to get things done. "You raise issues," Miller might say. One issue Les he raised is the idea of a local vendor ordinance, which would provide preference to Hillsborough and surrounding county businesses whenever Hillsborough County government asks for bids for goods and services. And why not? Miami does it. Dade County does it and has been doing it for nearly ten years. Manatee, St. Lucie, Lee, and Bay counties do it, too. They all have vendor preference policies that seem to have worked perfectly well for each of them, yet, has not cut them off from competition from the civilized world. Even Alachua County is considering a local vendor preference, which is supported by the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce's Business Advisory Council. o::t So, why does a local newspaper think local vendor w preference is such a bad idea and that Les Miller should be chastised? Seemingly, certain sources overlook Miller's plan as a proposal to increase jobs for A Jobs Program Please M ake no bones about it, President Barack Obama is my pres ident. He is also my man. I am so proud of him, I don't know what to do. But, it is time for my man to lead. The economy is in a bad way and millions of peo ple are out of work. Oh! I intend to vote for a second term for Pres. Obama. Still, I need for him to lead. The heck with trying to get along with the Repub, licans. The time has passed for trying to be bi-partisan. Man, can't you see the Re publicans are trying to de stroy you? Can't you see that these people don't want to be bi-partisan? What I want my president to do is to work with his staff, the Labor Department, the Treasury and any other allies to do three things The first is to come up with a job creat ing bill. The second thing is to come up with a plan to im prove the economy and third, come up with a plan for re ducing the deficit. If President Obama can come up with these three plans, he would be a shoo-in for a second term in office. He can't depend on Con gress, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Tim Geithner or the Republicans to do this for him. It should be an Obama plan that bears his handprint in each plan. The president needs to push back against Republi cans and Democrats who are working against him. There are a growing number of peo ple who a,re beginning to be lieve that Pres. Obama is a weak president. One has to really bend to give him credit. Pres. Obama isn .'t weak, he is just trying to be bi-partisan. Pres. Obama, that is not Black Seminoles D uring the early 18oo's, hundreds of Free Blacks and fugitive slaves made their way to then Span ish Florida to live and form an alliance with the Seminole Indians. Once here, Blacks adopted many aspects of In dian culture while retaining many of their own Always under the threat of capture by slaving parties, Blacks intermarried with Seminoles and formed at least 12 individual communi ties within or adjacent to In dian reservations. The term maroon is used to describe Blacks "who es caped to the wilderness in theN ew World to create their own societies. Many such communities were estab lished in the hills and forests of Brazil and the Caribbean Islands and still exist today. Other than the term "ma roon," the Black Seminoles were also referred to as Semi nole Negroes, Indian Ne groes, and "The Exiles of America." However, the Black Seminoles were always considered as "negroes" by whites and by many indige nous Seminoles. Today, they are considered as Black. During both the First (1817 1818) and Second (1835 1842) Seminole Wars, Black Seminoles fought bravely and skillfully alongside their Seminole comrades. In fact, though not mentioned in most American history texts, at least three Black Seminole warriors' names became renowned among the leaders of the Seminoles. They were John Caesar, Abraham, and John Horse, better known as "Gopher John." In fact some scholars refer to the Second Seminole Indian War as the "largest slave rebellion in United States History." In 1836, hundreds of slaves fled their plantations to join other Blacks and the Seminoles during the Second Seminole War. Reportedly, at least 385 slaves fought along side the Black and Indian Seminole allies, helping theni to destroy more than 21 the way it works in Washing ton, DC. There are two par ties with completely different ideologies trying to control the government. They see their jobs as being a way to destroy each other. As president and being Black, Pres. Obama is op erating in shark-infested wa ters. In these waters you've got to be able to fight or you will be eaten up. Somebody tell the president that the Republican sharks are trying to eat him up and that he had better fight back. The president to re alize that the people he is trying to be friends with on the other side of the aisle have openly said that their goal is to make him a one-term president. Mr. President, it is really not complicated at all. It is not about wars, budget deficits, or re-elections, but it is about jobs. Once again, Mr. President it is about jobs. The time has come to make a defining to ward creating jobs. Please Pres. Obama, give us a plan. America is depending on you. sugar plantations in Central Florida. On Christmas Day in 1837; historians recount, "Nearly 400 Black and In dian warriors hid deep in the swamps of Florida, preparing to face Col. Zachary Taylor and 1,000 U.S regulars." They prepared to fight what has been called "the bloodi est, most costly Indian con flict in u. s. history," and "the U. S. Army's only non victory war prior to Viet nam." Consequently, since the Army could not defeat the Seminoles, the Army decided to grant freedomto the Black Seminoles in exchange for the Seminoles' surrender. This act became known as the only emancipation of re bellious Blacks prior to the Civil War. Of course, history reflects that the Seminoles were relo cated to Oklahoma, some later migrating to Texas and Mexico. Today, the descendants of the Black Seminoles con tinue to live and maintain their identity in the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma near Wewoka, Oklahoma, Brakettville and Del Rio, Texas, and in Nacimiento, Coahuila, Mexico. "Haram bee!" local citizens since many Florida counties already possess such preference plans. No, Les Miller is not misguided. In fact, he continues to be very wise. We thank him for his continued public service.

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Fictures From The Fast .;..H...;.._o_ro_s_c_o...__e....;;s/__,;;;S;;...o_a-'-s--------1 m Ms. Patsy Green, Dr. Juel Smiuth and Ms. S. Jeneil Thomas are shown as they took part in Kappa Alpha Sorority event. ,. BRANCH The NAACP Strategy Committee of the Tampa Branch held a meeting in Tampa. Some of the officials in attendance were: (R-L) Henry Carley, Mary Keeton Flemming, Education Committee, Tampa Branch, Dr. Audrey Fisher Brown, National Education Specialist, Region V and Rudolph Harris. Gail Felder, Michael Felder, Ronald Felder and Hope Payne were photographed while attending the Felder-Fluker Reunion. The Bronzettes Social Club held their annual event for friends and family. Some of the members ofthe organization are pictured here: (L-R) Milcren Forte, Betty Kinsey, Bettye Gatlin, Mildred Carter, Mary Lee and Ernestine Bell. Horoscopes c }< Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -The money's available, once your > commit yourself. Plan your course of action. Include tried-and-C: true strategies as well as untested dreams and desires. Use re-@ sources wisely. (J) Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Things are moving right along. Move yourself with exercise or travel, or push a project forward to bring in the pasta. Friends and connections speed it up. N Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Tap into abundance. There are o ..... multiple opportunities, so take as many as possible. Bring in the ..... harvest of seeds sown earlier. Then socialize and explore. Scorpio (Oct. 23:..Nov. 21)-Love blossoms. You could stop and Sll!ell the flowers, or keep going about your business and hope for the best. The choice is yours. Be creative. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Take advantage of re newed energy levels to accomplish those projects that have re sisted you in the past. Keep your home tidy. Reward yourself after. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Use your communication skills to delegate for more productivity with less effort. Let a pro fessional represent you. Consider plans for epic travel and ad venture. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Now's a good time to find an investor for your brilliant ideas. you considered devel oping a new application? Find strength in numbers. Partnership is key. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -You and others discover your new talents. The glass is neither half-full nor half-empty. It's completely full and threatens to overflow. Get support where needed. Aries (March 21-April19)-Plug a financial leak. Provide excellent service to those around you. Motivate others to do the r same, and it ripples out. Capture your inventive thoughts in writing. c Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Accept a pearl of wisdom >frQm a friend. It was meant to grace you. Go ahead and confide; (J) there's love. Set your pessimism down like a heavy bag. You can m pick it up later. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You could take a tough as-z signment that becomes profitable. Gather it up and keep moving m to generate more. Ask for what you want. Get what you need. 1 Rest at home later. Cancer (June 22..:July 22)--,You've got a fantastic view r from this height. Use it to see the whole picture: roads, connec-tions, networks. Plan your route and set off on an adventure. :::! z Soaps. "tl c: m r ALL MY CHILDREN Amanda may be cancer-free after (i) surgery; Zach fights for his life; Dixie and JR reconnect. Marissa :::t tells Bianca she wants to spend the night with her; Babe may m still be alive; Maya tells Mookie they're over. Someone is found 0 dead; Greenlee corners David and asks what he did to her; Tad tells Dixie the truth about his marriage to Cara. m BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Taylor goes to Ridge about her fear concerning Steffy; Liam arrives at Steffy's apart-ment just after she's involved in a dangerous incident, and he C: tries to convince her to forget about Bill and move on with her m life. Steffy tells Taylor about Liam's act of heroism and her new-c found appreciation for him; an emotionally affected Liam recalls his story about Steffy to Hope; Nick informs Jackie and Owen > of the outcome of his business meeting with Bill. Bill warns Liam z to stay as far away from Steffy as possible; Steffy has a sudden C change in behavior and taunts Hope about the life-changing ex, perience she shared with Liam; Brooke grows concerned for OF OUR LIVES Chad gets shot Brady his henchman to shoot a DiMera; Quinn searches frantically for Carly; Taylor washes her hands of Brady a:g.d her sister; Stefano tells Victor it's time to end the madness. Maggie's loved ones take her off life support; ViVian takes Quinn to task for helping Carly; Taylor overhears EJ pledge his loyalty to his father; Taylor and Nicole argue about what Nicole has done to Brady. Carly enters rehab; Hope puts herself in danger when she investigates the latest attack on a prostitute; Taylor realizes that EJ has re turned to the dark side and says goodbye to him; Carly learns that Quinn is Vivian's son. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Carly wants an update on Josslyn; Sonny faces off with J ax in the Drake living room; Maxie is jeal ous of all the attention Jac:Kal, P.l., is paying Lulu. Lucky holds Siobhan's hand as Liz looks on; Dante makes it clear he is treat ing Sonny as a criminal; Abby is greatly disturbed when she overhears two women talking about her. Lulu expresses great concern for her brother; Carly visits her friend; Tracy and Skye face off. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-John arrives at Uanfair with someone from the past; Nora offers an olive branch, which Mrs. Evans doesn't quite accept. Natalie asks John if she can have the tape held in evidence in the Gigi Marasco case; Aubrey makes a play for newly wealthy Rex. The real Todd Manning is revealed; Starr visits with the man with Todd's original face and learns the truth; David and Cutter both react to the "spotted pony" clue; Dorian and Kelly make decisions about their futures. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Kay moves closer to gain ing control of Jabot.; Kyle asks to see where his mother died. Deacon uses a secret to get closer to Phyllis; Lauren offers Adam friendly advice. Sam turns to Phyllis for help; Colin betrays Jill with Genevieve. G') m

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c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::) > a:. w > w c w ::I: en ::::i m ::::) 0.. z i= w ...I ...I ::::) m ...I w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...I LL All About You! Broadwav Bar Dance Contest Winners of the contest: (L-R) 1st Moocha, 2nd Mae, and 3rd Peaches. DJ. EDDY KANE And TONY TONE Broadway Bar's Dance Contest, hosted by DJ Eddy Kane was a great success. Haoov Belated Birthdav THE LOVELY MS. BRIDGE'ITE WELCH Happv Birthdav PRINCESS ALLANNAH Happy birthday l?rincess Allannah and Afren. We love you! Keyt, Ashia, Kira, Markee, Skyla, Maki and Taydrian. Preacher Man! RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Seeking Christian fellow ship. Write Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. Local Fifth Third Bank Presents Financial Dream Guard Seminar Representatives from Fifth Third Bank were at Lee Davis Neigh borhood Service Center for a recent Financial Dream Guard Semi nar. Several residents from the community came out to learn more about guarding their financial dream (Photos by Julia Jackson) Representatives of Fifth Third Bank, Barbara J. Franklin, Fi. nancial Services Banker III and Kevin E. Bryant, Assistant Vice President, Financial Center Manager III, were available to share information and answer questions. Our Militar:.y Men And Women Bav Area Militarv Personnel Complete Training Army P{c. Kenneth E. 111!11111---111 Dieppa has graduated from the Basic Field Artillery Cannon Crewmember Advanced Individual Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma. P{c. Dieppa is the son of Becky Vance, of Tampa, and a 2010 graduate of Alonso High School. Airman 1st Class Kyle J. Kosarek and Airman Samuel S. Mason recently graduated from basic military training. Both airmen com pleted their training at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. Airman Kosarek is the son of Douglas Kosarek, of Daytona Beach, and Tia Lavoie, of Tampa. Airman Kosarek graduated in 2009 from Seabreeze High School, FYI AIRMAN SAMUEL S.MASON Daytona Beach. Air Force Airman Mason is the son of Sandy Mason, of Tampa, and graduated from Leto High School in 2007. First 2,000 Kids Get Free Backpacks The Renisha Foundation and Positive Spin, Incorporated have united in purpose and mission to serve the youth in the Tampa Bay area. The Renisha Foundation is a non-profit organization based in the area and bears the name of the founder's daughter. The founder ; Ray DeMoulin, said they were pleased to an nounce t heir annual BackTo-School giveaway on Sunday, August 21st form 12 noon until4 p.m. at University Mall, 2200 East Fowler Avenue. The event will benefit the lives of area children and families for the upcoming year. "It is also designed to distribute new backpacks filled with sup plies to hundreds of children so they are equipped with the tools to excel in school said DeMoulin.

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ill Motivational Speaker Problems Persist For senior Residents Begins Freedom At Belmont Heights Estates FI-ghter' Tour BY LEON R CREWS r e sid ent associ a tions or their on the Tampa Housing Au-Sentinel Staff Writer proc e ss. Th ey h a d no ri ght to thori ty board s aid sh e' s _., not r ecog niz e m e a s presiawa re of the probl e ms at the .!1> BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Wh e n moti v ational s peak er, Donald Dowridge, g ot the o pportunity to perform on s t age, he w a s nervous at first, but when he found out the chara cter he d be portraying, he started studying. Dowridge, last year was part of a cast during a play at the Straz Center where he was cast as abolitionist and free dom fighter, Frederick Douglass. I knew some things about Mr. Douglass, but after I started doing my research I discovered I hadn't scratched the ---surface o f-theachieve"" ments he made. I got so involved in the character I allowed my hair to grow longer and grew a beard to look as much like the fa mous abolitionist as I could. Apparently, Dowridge impressed a lot of people with his portrayal. He has gotten support to begin a tour of his portra y al of Mr. Douglass. The tour will begin Au gust 22nd in Queens Ne w York at the Sister Clara Muhammad School. After that, I will return to my home town of Baltimore, Maryland on August 24th at the East Baltimore Drug Community Coalition." On September 2nd Dowridge will be appearing DONALD L. DOWRID,GE at the Charles E. Wright Mu seum in Detroit, Michigan "I hope the people who cmne to the snow will learn as much as I have about our his tory said Dowridge. Although I portra y Mr. Douglass, there are other Black historical figures that were a part of his journey and they will be in the play as well. I consider this a real educa tional opportunity. Dowridge said in the ne a r future, be happ y to repeat his perform a nce in T a mpa and then mov e on to portray other important Black figures in history "I think I've just barel y cracked the door open of Black people who are a part of this c ountry s history Some of them hav e barel y be e n h eard of and others their true story hasn't been told. Subscribe Today! "The Voice o f Our Community Speaking f o r Itself" Call: 13 248-1921 The Florida Department of Health Free p r esents: Free The 5th Annuai"A Day of. Pampering" for Women Only Saturday, October 15 2011 8:30am to 3:00pm Un iversity Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) This is a FREE Community Event. Registration is required. Seating is limited to 300 pre-registered adults 18 years Workshops Include : of age and older! Screen ings Include: Ask the Doctor Blood Pressure, Glucos e /Sugar Healthy Cooking Body Mass Index (BM I ) Women & Exercise For mor e i n formati on o r to reg i ste r, Call ( 813) 307-801 5 Ext 3502 o r Visit us a t www hill5countvhealth .org DEADliNE: September 3 0 2011 Special Gift to first 20 0 women who regi s t e r FLORIDA D EPARTMENT OF HEALTH fllllSROROUGH COUNT Y HEALTH OEPARTM!NT When Ms. Lula Harrell mo ve d into B e lmont H e i g hts Est a tes 7 y e a rs a g o s h e a uto m a tic ally join e d th e gr oup of seniors at the compl ex, and tried to get in v olv e d in wh a t w a s going on with other resi dents as well. dent. complex. Ms. Harrell s oon discov -B H.E District Manager =: With the transition of Res ident Association presidents (first AI Young, then Billi Griffin), Ms. Harrell was asked if she'd be interested in campaigning for the post. After talking with Ms. Griffin, I felt I could handle representing the residents After I was elected however, the problems started before I had the chance to even get started. First, the process that was used to elect Ms. Harrell Resident President was protested and disputed by other residents of BHE and Ms. Harrell was told by management her being elected as president wasn't being recognized. "I was i n shock because management has no word or place getting involved with Hillsborough County ered tha t a lin e h a d be e n Larri McGovney, s a id they drawn b e tw e en t h e s e nior resh ave s c h e dul e d a m e eting on ident s and the oth e r resiW e dne s d ay August 178th at 6 dents with manag ement p. m. of residents from all taking the side of the non-se three phases of the compl e x nior residents. "We decided to have all the Not only was the election residents come in so we can voided by man a gement, but have open discussions on the they actuall y tried putting the resident pres i dent elections person in place they wanted and other issues concerning to be president They told me residents that I was only serving the We understand the consenior residents and not all cerns of the senior residents, the residents. That's not true as well as the other residents, and besides I never really got and we hope after Wednesthe chance to represent any of day, there will be a better unthe residents." derstanding of how the Ms. Harrell said she is election process works, and frightened about the future of ----the-residents will find comall the residents at BHE. mon ground." "Not only am I afraid of McGovney said what what's going to happen to the happened with the first elecseniors, I'm equally contion of Ms. Lula Harrell cerned about the other resiwas not all the residents were dents. Things over here aren't notified. as good as they used to be, "We started receiving and I'm afraid this is going to complaints from residents turn into another low-income who said if they had known housing comple x the election was taking place, Ms. Griffin, who no they would have pursued the longer resides at BHE, but is position. The Read Start _Early Read Start Program Presents A FREE Healthy Relationships Seminar For singles and couples wishing to gain skills to begin or maintain a healthy relationship. "T'' r 0 lJ c )> fJ) m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z "tJ c: m !: en ::I: m t;J m < m lJ -< -i c: m en c )> z c "T'' ::0 c Aug 27 Sulphur Springs Area S ep t 17 -D owntown Tampa Area Attendees receive complimentary breakfast, lunch, and will be registered to win raftle prizes. This is a full-day seminar. For details and registration, call (813) 272-5140 and ask to speak with a healthy relationships coordinator.

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:::;: Local ,.... .... en :::::> :::::> .,_ audition for recording artist 0 a: I.L. 0 z .... > a: w > w 0 w ::r:::: en :J m :::::> --a. z i= W ..J ..J Derrick Williams' gospel music video. The auditions will be held on Saturday, Au gust 20, 2011 at the Christian Television Network (CTN) studios, where Williams has hosted a gospel show for the past 3 years. The dance auditions will be directed by choreographer ]'i{fany Jimenez, a 5-year veteran Tampa Bay Bucca neers Cheerleader, with 20 years of dance experience. Registration is at 10:30 a. m. followed by auditions, 11 a. m. -2 p. m. Male and fe male, all ethnicities wel comed, ages 18-35, dance attire (no thongs), photo I_D (FL license), 8X10 photo and dance resume. Derlie Records is looking for jazz, hip hop and tap dance styles (tumbling experience is a plus). CTN studios is located at 6922 142nd Ave., Largo, FL 33771. For more information call 1-866-337-5439 or email, Info@derlierecords.com, visit www.derlierecorckcom. Prominent Pastor Found Dead On Floor 01 New York Hotel Room Prominent mega-church leader, Rev. Dr. Zachery Tims, Jr., was found dead in a New York hotel room Fri day. The father of four was 42. The Medical Examiner is currently investigating to dehow the pastor died. Well knoWn in the Or lando-Apopka area, Dr. Tims started his ministry in 1996 with the help of family members. Now, the New Des tiny Christian Center is a large, two-location church that has a congregation in ex cess of 8,ooo people. New York Police said REV. DR. ZACHERY TIMS, JR. there will be an investigation into the minister's death, and it has been determined foul play was not a factor. Dr. Tims was scheduled to appear and speak at a conference being held at the 34th Street Church Of God this weekend. Pastor Thomas Scott of 34th Street C.O.G. said he first met Dr. Tims two years ago. ;.First, we're all in shock over his death. And we're praying for his church and his family. "Dr. Tillis was in charge of a huge congregation and had made several television appearances. I've heard him speak ;md he's very good and nationally known. He was very highly respected and ran a vibrant ministry." Church To Giveawav Clothes For School The College Hill Church of God in Christ in partnership with the non-profit Sisters Empowering Women (SEW), Inc. will sponsor its annual School Clothes Giveaway. The groups provide school clothes at no cost for children K-12. "This is our fourth year and we get more and more people coming in for assis tance each time," said Elder Charles Davis, Pastor of College Hill. "This is a small way to bless the community and let them know our church is praying for them during these tough economic times." People can donate shoes, uniform clothing and non uniform clothing. He said the items can be gently used or new and in any size. If some one wants to donate under wear or socks however, he asks that those items be brand new. Donations can be dropped off at the College Hill Confer ence Center, 1002 East Mar tin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. in Tampa, MondayFriday from 7 a. m. to 5 p. m. There is a change in the giveaway this year. The event will take place Friday night, August 19, immediately fol lowing the 7 p. m. Friday service. The church is located at 6414 N. 30th St. Pastor Davis said the hope is people will attend service and be encouraged by hearing that God still cares for them even in this tough economy. "We know times are tough, but people have to know that God is in control," Pastor Davis said. Karin Davis-Thomp-ELDER CHARLES DAVIS ... Pastor son, event organizer, said in order to make sure there is enough to serve as many peo ple as possible, those inter ested in assistance can e-mail sisterssew@yahoo.com or call (813) 300-2208 to regis ter. "While it isn't required that you register, it would be helpful for us to have a count," she said. . ClothinS TOYS With Special Gues1s Some Household Items

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Loca Thompson Familv Reunion The Thompson Family gathered in Tampa for their reunion. Family members were in town from several cities in Florida: Tampa, Monticello, Kissimmee, Orlando, Sanford, Gainesville, Tallahassee, Thomasville; Detroit, MI, Chicago, IL, Las Vegas, NV. The family gathered at Al Lopez Park for their picnic. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Members of the Tampa Host Committee included: Atara Bostick, Mia Sanders, Kiara Governor, Patricia Bostick, Cherine West, Gladys Curry, Beverloy Bostick, and Adonis Bostick. These family members showing their Greek affiliations are Cynthia Graham (Zeta), Detroit, MI, Gwen Saffo (Delta), and Gladine Thompson (AKA) Chicago. Family members in attendance at AI Lopez Park included: Patricia Bostick, Gladys Curry (host-"11 ess), Czedra Graham Porter, Brianna Porter, Lester Porter, Danielle Porter, Hailey Porter, b Cynthia Graham, Herbert Graham, Mazzie Booker, Laverne Mack, Pearlye Dexter ;;2 Gallon, Gwendolyn Saffo (hostess), Altamease Harmon, Rufus Harmon, Rosalind. Robinson, c Taurien Person, Henry Lee Roberts, Alexis Roberts, Tonya Reddick, Chuckii Reddick, Jayl$ l> Pittman, Korez Mack, Carrisa Mack, Atara Bostick, Khariya Richards, DaneQuan White, Adonis en Bostick, Kaiyah Clarke, Victoria Clarke, Jannie James, Loretha Julian, Carlis Roberts, Imani Roberts, Malik Roberts, James Mack, Kade Mack, Aalana Gallon, Davie Thompson, Glandine :::! Thompson and Pat Thompson. z m r m c: r r !!1 z ., c: m r en ::::t m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ., :::rJ c

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Local cD .... tUJ ;:::) 0 ;:::) c( >.;' c UJ w ;:::) American Legion Post161 Awards And.lnstallation Dinner American Legion Post 167 Carmichael Legree held its Awards and Installation Dinner at the Elks Club. (Photos by Julia Jackson) t-c a: LL The newly-elected officers of American Legion Post #167 Carmichael Legree are: from C left, Andrea Eachus, Adjutant; Jerry Moore, Executive Board; Charmie Black, 2nd Vice ComZ mander; Carl Mott, Commander; Wilfred Carrington, 15 1 Vice Commander; Oliver Mayo, c( Chaplain; and Joseph Butler, Sgt.-At-Arms, who also received an award for being the Top New Member, State of Florida. c UJ w --------------------------------------------------------------;::) t-w > w c w l: UJ :::i m ;:::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;:::) m ...J w z i= z w UJ c( c a: 0 ...J LL 0 The Company You Keep Come Discover How YOU Can Begin A "Career At The #1 Company In Tampa Bay! Voted #1 Company To Work For In Tampa Bay St. Petersburg Times Fortune 100 Industry Leader Tuition Reimbursement Comprehensive Benefits Package 401 K & Retirement Plan Unable To Attend? Apply Online At www.nylcareers.com EOE. Drug-Free Workplace New York Life Job Fair Wednesday August 31, 2011 10:00 A.M. -4:00 P.M. Wyndham Hotel 700 N. Westshore Blvd. Tampa, FL Immediate Opportunities Available: Call Center/Customer Service -I.T. -Marketing Eunice Butts, Vice Commander, State of Florida displays awards Carmichael Legree #167 received: Runner-Up Children and Youth Chairman (Butts), Best Post Book and Runner-Up Children and Youth. Tony Downing received the Children and Youth Award for Harram Temple #23. Harram Court #96 received a Children and Youth award. Elgin Franklin accepted the Appreciation Gift for Bay City Lodge #268. Daughter Elizabeth Belton, left, and Daughter Sheryl West, right, accepted the Appreciation Award from Eunice Butts. (813) 248-1921

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tertainment Oprah Wintrev CoHee Table Book Hits Shelves This Fall OPRAH WINFREY A coffee table book cover ing the evolution Oprah Winfrey's award winning talk show entitled, The Oprah Winfrey Show: Re flections on an American Legacy is due to hit stores in November. The 240 page picture book will include 150 photographs plus personal accounts from frequent celebrity guests and highlights from the billion aire's talk show that lasted on air for a quarter of a cen tury. The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy will be priced at $so and hits stores November 18. 'The Help' Scores Big Making $35M At Box OHice VIOLA DAVIS . Star of 'The Help' LOS ANGELES Bol stered by strong reviews and positive word of mouth, "The Help" racked up a solid $4.3M at the Thursday box office and $25.5M during the weekend totaling $35-4M. "The Help" came in second. Civil Rights era drama screened in 2,534 theaters across the U.S. and Canada this weekend. Shot for $25M, the DreamWorks' adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's best selling novel focuses on Southern society women and their African-American ser vants. 'Apes' Hangs On To Domestic Box Office Lead Nothing could stop angry apes from tearing through the domestic weekend box office as "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" took the lead with an estimated $27.5M in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales plus $40.5M interna tionally Game Under Investigation Alter Tweeting Sherin's OHice Number GAME The "Red Nation" rapper had Compton sheriffs phone lines ringing off the hook after giving out the sta tion's number on Twitter. Game offered all of his twitter followers an intern ship at his label Black Wall Street, prompting them to call the provided number to apply. The L.A. Sheriffs Department opened a criminal in vestigatio n following the chaos-causing tweet, as a re sult, hundreds of callers phoned up the emergency phone system, delaying serv ice. "This was beyond irre sponsible," said Sheriffs Capt. Mike Parker. "The deputies' ability to answer the phones and dispatch per sonnel to help these people in danger was significantly impeded. Extra deputies were needed to handle the high amount of calls. It was un known how many legitimate emergency calls did not get through because all lines were engaged for over two hours. "Yall can track a tweet down but cant solve murders Dat was an accident but maybe now yall can actually do yall job !!!! #iSpeak4 ThePeople," tweeted Game after Parker asked him to remove the tweet. Investigators are compil in g a criminal comp laint and will pass their findings to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office for filing. Kanve West Falls On Stage In Norwav Kanye West took a tum ble while performing ''All The Lights" in Norway. RavJNewest Member Of DiddV's CirocBovz DIDDY And RAY J Ray J has been in New York City promoting his new single "Bananaz" with Rick Ross and Rico Love. Ray J tweeted, New @ciroc Promo! .. shout out to my bro @iamdiddy NYC #cirocboyz. Ciroc co-signed the promo when they tweeted, At the Lon dan Hotel with @rayj #teamCiroc. line-Up Announced For Michael Jackson Tribute Concert MICHAEL JACKSON Performers for the "Michael Forever: The Trib ute Concert," being held on October 8th in Cardiff, Wales, were announced. According to reports Christina Aguilera, Leona Lewis, Smokey Robinson, Cee Lo Green and JLS will all take the stage to honor the life and le gacy of Michael Jackson, who passed away in 2009. Members of the Jackson family taking the stage October 8 in Cardiff, Wales, in clude several of Michael Jackson's brothers, "the next generation of Jacksons," and 3T, which con sists ofTito Jackson's three so ns. Alternative rock band Alien Ant Farm and British R&B singer Craig David are also on the bill, while other artists will be added. Bevonce, Oprah Top Forbes List 01 Most Powerlul Black Women Forbes Magazine has re leased a list of the Most Powerful Black Women In America with two of the biggest stars in the world taking the number one and number two spots. Oprah Winfrey and Beyonce are among the top five "most powerful" along side: First Lady Michelle Obama; Ursula Burns, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Xerox Corpo ration; Debra Lee, Chief Executive Officer BET; Condoleeza Rice, former Secretary of the U. S. A.; Robin Roberts; ABC Newscaster; -Venus and Serena Williams, tennis stars; Ruth Simmons, Brown University President; Halle Berry, Actress; and Tyra Banks, T. V. Person ality. Drake Sponed At Serena WilliamsTennis Match In Canada Not to feed into the rumor mill, but the worldwide web has it's panties in a bunch over Drake's friendship / relationship with tennis star Serena Williams. 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..... .... 0 N .... 1-en :::> (!) :::> 1-c a: LL c z 1-> players. Freeman left in the sec ond quarter after completing 9 of 13 passes for 73 yards and scoring on a s-yard run. ffi Rookie Mason Foster, > who replaced Barrett W Ruud at middle linebacker, turned in a stellar perforl: mance, recovering a fumble on his fourth play, and shutIII ting down the Chiefs on a big third down play. Backup quarterback Josh Johnson also looked good, completing 7 of 12 passes for 108 yards and one touchdown. He also ran 5 times for 57 yards, and stood tall in the pocket under a tremendous pass rush from the Chiefs. z The Buccaneer defense had j:: a dominant effort, forcing two first quarter fumbles, ..J and scoring on a safety. They ffi also held the Chiefs to 137 ..J yards and six first downs for thegame. Next for the Bucs will be a Thursday night contest against the New England Patriots at Raymond James Stadium. Kickoff will be at 7:30p.m. i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL N .... w 2011 Schedule For The Bucs I PRESEASON August 12 @ Chiefs 25-0 W August 18 Patriots 7:30P.M. August 27 Dolphins 7:30 P.M. September 1 @ Redskins 7:30 P.M. REGULAR SEASON September 11 Lions 1 :00 P.M. September 18 @ Vikings 1 :00 P.M . September 25 Falcons 4:00 P.M. October 3 Colts 8:00 P.M. October 9 @ 49ers 4:00P.M. October 16 Saints 4:00 P.M. October 23 Bears 1 :00 October 30 Bye November 6 @ Saints 1 :00 P.M. November 13 Texans 1 :00 P.M . November 20 @ Packers 1 :00 P.M. November 27 @ Titans 1 :00 P.M. December 4 Panthers 1 :00 P.M. December 11 @ Jaguars 1 :00 P.M. December 17 Cowboys 8:00 P.M December 24 @ Panthers 1 :00 P.M. January 1 @ Falcons 1 :00 P.M. Prvor Not Pan 01 NFl Supplemental Draft Yet TERRELLE PRYOR Terrelle Pryor is not yet eligible for the NFL's sup plemental draft. The league has informed its 32 teams that the supplemental draft is set for Wednesday, but the former Ohio State quarterback is not on an approved list -at least so far -that includes several other players. An NFL official with knowledge of the process said Thursday that four players have been declared eligible. The supplemental draft allows qualified underclassmen who did not request early entry into the regular draft to have a chance to enter the NFL. Dame Asst Hospitalized After Standoff CORWIN BROWN Police say former Notre Dame football defensive coordinator and NFL player Corwin Brown has been taken to a hospital. with a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a nearly seven-hour standoff at his Indiana home. St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Commander Tim Corbett said Friday night -he did not know whether Brown's injuries were life threatening. Police say they heard gun shots inside the home when they arrived about 1 p.m. in response to a reported domestic dispute. Brown's wife and children exited the house sometime later and police say they began trying to talk him out using cell phones and a bullhorn. Brown was Notre Dame's defensive coordinator from 2007 to 2009. The 41-year old coached defensive backs with the New England Patriots last season, but was not retained. Man Sentenced For Arranging Sex For NFl's lawrence Tavlor NEW YORK-An ex-con was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in prison after a teenage girl recounted how he forced her to have sex with NFL legend Lawrence Taylor last year in a hotel just outside of New York City Cristina Fierro said she was assaulted by Rasheed Davis before he dropped her off at Taylor's room. She was 16 at the time. Davis, 38, had pleaded guilty to transporting a minor for paid sex, but has objected to being labeled a pimp. He choked up and apologized to both his family and Fierro, now 18, before hearing the sentence in fed eral court in Manhattan. ''I'm sorry for what happeiled," he said. LAWRENCE TAYLOR Prosecutors had sought up to 10 years for Davis, saying he lured Fierro off city streets and into prostitution by first telling her she could make good money as a strip per. "He sold her body like it was his property .... He worked as a pimp," Assistant U.S. Attor!ley Amanda Kramer said Wednesday. Titans' Chris Johnson To Be Nfl's Highest-Paid RB NASHVILLE, Tenn . The Titans are ready to make Chris Johnson the high est.,-paid running back in NFL history all he has to do is show up at camp so they can finalize the deal. General manager Mike Rein.feldt -said that Johnson's agent was the first person they called once the NFL's lockout was lifted. The Titans reworked Johnson's contract a year ago to give him more money in 2010 and promised to talk to him again a year later. Johnson is due more than $1 million instead of the $8so,ooo scheduled origi. nally thanks to the Titans' revisions in 2010. He has refused to report until he gets a new contract, though he did take part in a two-day player:.organized mm1camp in June. Johnson mentioned he'd like $30 million guaranteed CHRIS JOHNSON for his new contract back in 2010. Carolina recently gave DeAngelo Williams a five-year deal valued at $43 million with $21 million guaranteed. Adrian Peterson of Minnesota is in the final season of his origi nal five-year contract, earn ing more than $10 million this season. Steven Jackson got a six-year deal worth $44 million with more than $20 million in bonuses in August 2008. Hour<: Fnday 9 A.M. 7 P.M. : Mond.1y Saturda)' 1 F --J Fish Crabs Qlrirnn Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs 3608 N. 15th(comer0flake)

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DENNIS RODMAN SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Recognized for his basketball talents, Dennis Rodman instead talked about his per sonal shortcomings. He hasn't been a very good husband or father His rela tionship with his mother has been strained But he had four men he could turn to no matter ho w hard times got Choking up often during an emotional speech Rodman was enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday night. He thanked Commissioner David Stern and the NBA community "to even just have me in the building" and. saved his deepest appreciation .for c oaches Phil Jackson and Chuck Daly, Lakers owner Jerry Buss, and James Rich, whose family took Rodman in after his mother threw him out of the house. Thunder Forward Perkins Arrested_At Texas-Nightclub BEAUMONT, Texas Authorities have charged Oklahoma Cit y Thunder forward Kendrick Perkins with KENDRICK misdemeanor PERKINS disorderly conduct and public intoxica tion after an altercation early Saturday morning in South Texas. An officer saw about so people inside around Perkins, who police said was attempting to fight the club's manager. The statement said the crowd pushed Perkins out the back door of the club where he continued to yell obscenities and start other fights. Perkins was arrested and taken to Jefferson County jail Perkins was in the city about 90 minutes east of Houston hosting a camp that raises money for his founda tion, which aims to help chil dren learn life skills and drug awareness. DESMOND BISHOP When the Green Bay Packers visited the White House on Friday to celebrate the team's Super Bowl title linebacker Desmond Bishop wasn't with -his teammates. : He had forgotten his license on the team charter plane and without a license, there's no getting past White House security. The fifth-year veteran Tweeted about his disappointment while the Packers were at a South Lawn recep tion with President Barack Obama. Patriots Mav Cut Ochocinco Or Havnesworh Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth might not be at New England for long One NFL executive familiar with the Patriots said he believes one or both of the big name acquisitions will be cut before the season starts The front office man thinks coach Bill Belichick will use the controversial players to help control and send a message to his locker room . ARE YOU-TURNING 65 ... or recently moved to the area? Now's the perfect time to ask about your Medicare options. How is Medicare different than my previous health coverage? What is Original Medicare and do I have other options? What are Medicare Parts A, 8, G, and D? How can I get enough coverage for my health care needs? Will all my prescriptions be covered? How much money will it cost? Now's the perfect time to be asking about Medicare Advantage Plans, part D coverage, and Medicare Supplement Plans. Call today to talk about your choices. Co Insurance Financial Services LATOYA It's been quite some time since we've featured someone as dynamic as this week's feature, so here she is. La Toya stands 5'8" tall and just celebrated a birthday August 12. The gorgeous young lady knows what she wants out of life, and isn't afraid to go and just take it. La Toya's favorite stars are Misha Seville, Tyler The Creator, and Beyonce. Her hobbies are hair styling, working out, modeling, going to the movies, and spending quality time with her daughters. In the future, La Toya wants to be prosperous and own several businesses. La Toya's philosophy of life is: "You get back what you put in it, and hard work always pays off." The man in this beauty's life must be a leader above the rest, have a stable career, be humorous, ambitious in life and taller than 5'9". Congratulations to La Toya as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson@flsentinel.com. Bloodv Gun Found After Dolphins' Marshall's Domestic Dispute SOUTHWEST RANCHES -Broward Sheriff's deputies responding to a domestic dispute at the Southwest Ranches home of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall on April 23 and came across a startling scene. A bloody knife and gun clip were recovered, according to never before released incident reports. BRANDON MARSHALL that both suffered cuts and other injuries, only the wife was arrested. Marshall had cuts to his palms and his wrists and a stab wound to his stomach. No_gami-Marshall had bruises on her cheek and cuts on her hand and foot. She also complained of injuries to her legs. ., r-0 :::D c l> CJ) m z ::! z m r-OJ c: r rm :::! z "'tJ c: OJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -1 c: m CJ) c ?< )> z c ., :!! c ?< The reports say deputies came across a "significant pool of blood" and a "solid trail of blood" across the floors of several rooms throughout the home. Blood was also splattered on the walls. Marshall admitted he and his wife, Michi Nogami-Marshall, had engaged in an argument that became "physical." Even with his admission and the fact A large bloody knife, a bloody gun clip, and a hand-C) gun were recovered from the m home. ..... w

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0 a: LL 0 z ct a (IJ w t-w > W o w l: (IJ :::; m a.. z i= w ...I ...I m ...1 w z i= z w (IJ ct 0 a: 0 ...I LL MR. THOMAS W.COBAN A public viewing will be held for Mr. Thomas W. Cohan of Tampa, who passed away on August 12, 2011 at Northeast United Methodist Church, 64oq N. 15th Street on Thursday, August 18, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. Mr. Thomas W. Cohan will be shipped to Utila Bay Island, Honduras. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving wife of 40 years, Daisy Wilson Cohan; 5 children, Jonell,. Roxana (German), Floyd, Craig (Sarah) and King Aiigelo Cohan; 6 grandchildren, Kate, Ivan, Nikita, lil Daisy, Craig and. Greg Cohan; 7 sisters, Rosalid, Valeriann, Ena James, Rita Solomon, Flora, Maggi and Martha; brother, Andrew Cohan; 2 sisters-in-law and 7 brothers-in-law; an a:unt; a host of nieces and nephews and cousins; and a large number of friends. Mr. Thomas W. Cohan will be laid to rest in God's Garden Cemetery of Utila Bay Island, Honduras. SERVICE l.etOUI' tiunily1alce care 1innily. "We amtbe lceytoa fine andqualilysetvice" FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800)605-3350 0 (813)248-6125 www. wilson-funeralhome.com MR.JOEHENRY LEGGETT The celebration of life of Mr. Joe Henry Leggett, who quietly transitioned to his heavenly home on Thursday, August 11, 2011, will be held Saturday, August 20, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Center For Manifestation, 3102 East Lake Avenue, with Apostle Mark Jones, pastor. Joe graduated from Blake High School, Class of 1966, Home of the Yellow Jackets. Joe's jersey number was #85 and he was an awesome all-around player. His motto was, he never feared any position he played. Joe worked for Keys Concrete for 22 years and retired. I'' lOOt! jl:m Ha-tl AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Tasha Ricks Campbell, Tampa. Mrs. Catherine Tillman, Tampa. CRUL FUNERAl HOME Mr.. Thomas Cohan, Tampa Mr. Joe Henry Leggett, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Altamese Kelly, Tampa. Ms. Leticia Rodriguez, Tampa. Mrs. April DanielsSanders, JACKSON FUNERAl HOME Monroe Parks, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mr. LeRoy Dellmyer, Tampa. Mrs. Pattie Jones, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAl HOME Mr. Cludner Lecount, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. John Chaney, Tampa. Mr. Ezell Mosley, Tampa. Mr. Henry Wallace, Tampa. IN MEMORIAM JOSEPH AYDELOTI'E, SR. 6/23/29 -8/2/2000 DORIS AYDELOTTE 8/17/36-7/10/2008. JAMES AYDELOTTE 11/30/1954 -8/15/1978 You are sadly missed by: Joseph, Jr., Aaron and John (Christina) Aydelotte, Deborah (James, Dennard, Claretha Christopher, Christine Kinsey, Mary Jane {Alphonso) Adams, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. IN MEMORIAM DON ALBERT WOODS November 7, 1940 -August 18, 1970 Gone, but not forgotten. Your family. HAPPY.BIRTHDAY, IN LOVING MEMORY OF MAURICE WALTON 8-16-1972 It has been 4 years since you have been gone. Today, we celebrate your birthday, 8-16-2011. Your brother, sister, children and mother, Brenda Liburd, and father, Joseph Finley. You are truly and sadly missed and loved. Rest In Peace. 1/Jii!i w rme&P!n"1 n ; a Crime Anornev To Represent CousiB Of Murder Suspect On-Gun Charge BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor According to federal court records, a Tampa attorney has agreed to represent Ms. Alaina Riggins in gun charge. She is the cousin of Dontae Morris, who is ac cused of killing two Tampa Police officers last June. Ms. Alaina Riggins has hired Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., to represent her in federal court on a single charge of being a felon in pos session of a firearm. She was arrested by Tampa Police in January on the gun posses sion charge as well as drug charges. During an earlier hearing, Ms. Riggins had requested a public defender. Ms. Riggins stated that she was unemployed, had no income, and lives with her mother. However, she did disclose in court that she had $20,000 in the bank. In his "Notice of Appear ance," Attorney Irvin pro vided the source of the money. He stated in "The source of funds is, without question, legitimate and comes about as a conse quence of the unfortunate death of Ms. Riggins' father. "The estate of Ms. Riggins' father prevailed in a claim that alleged there was medical negligence in the fa ther 's care, treatment, and or diagnosis." Attorney Irvin will ap pear in court as Ms. Riggins' newly retained counsel at 9 a.m., on August 25th. The federal indictment stated that Ms. Riggins was in possession of a Jennings, ALAINA RIGGINS ... Facing new charge Model J-22 at the time of her arrest. She was arrested in 2004 and charged with possession of cocaine with the intent to sell or deliver within 1,000 feet of a school. She was con victed on that charge June 30, 2006. Ms. Riggins was also convicted of possession of co caine December 29, 2010. Arrested Last Year. Morris surrendered on July 2, 2010, nearly a week after a massive nationwide manhunt was launched in Hillsborough County. Within hours of his surrender, Ms. Riggins was arrested along with Morris' brother, Dwayne Calloway, in a motel room on Fowler Avenue. Morris is being held in the Hillsborough County Jail without bond. He is accused of killing Officers David Curtis and'Jeffrey Kocab during the early morning hours of June 29, 2010. He was a passenger stopped by Officer Curtis for a traffic violation. Officer Kocab was the backup officer.

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Crime Arrests Made In Burularv Plavers' Home_ STEVEN VAUGHN Detectives in Charlotte County reported the arrest of two men believed to be responsible for the burglary of the rented home of three Ray players home According to authorities, Tampa Bay Ray players, Evan Longoria, David Price and Reid Brignac 'had rented a house in Charlotte County where the team trains during the DAVID RUFINO spring. Authorities said the home was burglarized and the sus pects allegedly took $6o,ooo worth of items, including electronics, watches, jewelry, and an AK-47 assault rifle. After an investigation, authorities charged Steven Vaughn, 22, and David Rufino, 19, with breaking into the house .. Armed Robberv suspectsouuht Tampa Police report that three people were robbed at gunpoint laf;)t Thursday night According to reports, Stephany Perdomo, 22, Fitzsimmons, 23, and -Miguel Santiago, 24, were walking to Ybor City when they were approached from behind by an armed suspect. Police said the incident occurred in the 1800 block of Columbus Drive, and the suSpect wore a ski mask dur ing the offense. The victims told police they were ordered to get on the ground and their property was taken. The suspect then fled on foot. Police searched the area with K-9 patrols and air ser vice, but could not locate the suspect. The suspect is described as a Black male, 20 to 25 years old, 5'8" tall, weighing 150 pounds, and having a SCflJffy goatee. No one was injured during the offense WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scott St. e h"1ng of ;la:,)er ;a unpor1an! cec s ron :hat shoul d not be based solei; upon ad;e:sements 3e'cre ;ou aec de sk us !o send ;ou FREE ,',IItten rnforma!ion aoout qualrfrcatrons and Victims Stories Similar About Accused Fitness Trainer JAMES WILLIAMS An alleged molestation victim told authorities she didn't leave home for four days after she was moiested by her personal trainer, identified as James Williams, 30. Authorities said that woman is one of at least 30 who have said they were manipulated, scammed and occasionally sexually battered by their fitness instructor. Williams allegedly preyed on the women for more than fjve .,years. A detective told a judge that at least five women are considered victims and one of them reported that Williams dragged her into a restroom and raped her. Williams is being held without bail on four sexual assault charges. Newspaper vendor Cariacked PINELLAS PARK -On Saturday morning, Pinellas Park Police report that a newspaper vendor with the St. Petersburg Times was robbed at gunpoint for her car and personal possessions. Police said Susan Olson, 37, was putting newspapers in a box at the intersection of Lake Boulevard and 43rd --Street, N onh --sire-was -reportedly approached by two suspects who pulled up in a Silver Kia Spectra. Both were armed with handguns. Police said one of the suspects pointed the gun at Olson's face and demanded her car and personal items. The suspects fled in the victim s car, described as a 1998 Isuzu Rodeo, Florida tag #256 H R B. The suspects are described as Black males, 5'8" tall and both were last seen on Lake Boulevard in the victim's vehicle. Arrest Made In 2009 Murder case LAKELAND On April 15, 2009, Lakeland Police were called to 6oo East Main Street after a womanis body was found near property owned by AmTrak. Investigators determined the woman, Shawn Turk, 34, died of asphyxia. The in:vestigation revealed Turk had only been in Lakeland for a day before she was murdered. She had traveled to Lakeland from South Carolina with her boyfriend, a long distance truck driver. PolicesaidTurk and her boyfriend were involved in a domestic dispute and he put her out of his truck and left town The investigation indicates Turk used pay phones in the downtown area at a 24-hour store and the bus station in an effort to contact relatives. She made her last call at 11 p.m. on April gth at the Greyhound Bus Station Detectives said they believe Turk had already met Reginald Riggins, 33, and that he was with her at the time she made her last call. National REGINALD RIGGINS Investigators said they believe Rigigns met Turk at the bus station and offered her drugs in exchange for sex. The two of them reportedly walked down to Lake Mirror and got high before walking to the train station. At that point, it is believed Turk refused to have sex with Riggins and he killed her. Riggins, already a sus pect in a Ft. Myers murder, was identified through a tip. On August nth, the Grand Jury indicted Riggins for Turk's niurder. Authorities said he will now stand trial for two murders. Suspects Killed Victim Because She 'Snitched' COLORADO A 20-year old man is accused of killing Terence George, found dead in his apartment in November 2010 and George's girlfriend, Tiffany Durst, who was missing until found dead in April2011. Terrence McNeal, 20, reportedly, dated Durst who testified against him in a criminal case. McNeal along with Janelle Harris, 20, and Tiera Homes, 19, are facing two counts of first-degree murder. NcNeal dated Durst once upon a time. This testimony -nappe-ned during a 2668 burglary case against MeN eal where in the aftermath he believed Durst "ratted him out." Although, Durst was a witness, she never testified. McNeal served time for the crime. Reportedly, McNeal told Homes and Harris they were going to assault Durst TIFFANY DURST for $5o,ooo because she snitched on him. The three assaulted Durst outside of her apartment, gagged her with a pillow, put her in trunk and drove her in her own car to a field where she was stabbed and strangled. The three went back to Durst's apartment where they shot and killed her boyfriend, George. UNCLE SANDY c: m en !: C) c: "TI r-0 JJ en m z ::! z m r-m c: rrm ::! z ., c: m r-c;; :::1: m c .. Why do people say 5, 9, 10, 15 once in a blue moon C) 20, 22, 29, 34 when they have never 41, 44, 49, 58 m seen a blue moon?

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National Celebritv Co-Chairs Announced Postal service considers For Martin luther King, Jr. Memori-al Dedi-C811-0D have contracts that ban lay-en Semce 1s cons1dermg cutting offs. as many as 120,000 jobs. The post office has cut 1-WASHINGTON-Stevie Jesse Jackson, and Rev-Facing a second year of no,ooo jobs over the last CD ,... Wonder, Aretha erend Joseph Lowery, losses totaling $8 billion or four years and is currently en-Franklin, Berry Gordy, and Secretary of the Interior more, the agency also wants gaged in eliminating 7,500 Jr., George Lucas, Jamie Ken Salazar will play a role to pull its workers out of the administrative staff. In its Foxx and Clarence Avant in several events in the naretirement and health bene2010 annual report, the will serve as celebrity cotion's capital to celebrate the fits plans covering federal agency said it had 583,908 chairs for the Dedication of Memorial's dedication Auworkers and set up its own career employees. the Martin Luther King, Jr. gust 24 through 28. benefit systems. The loss of mail to the InMemorial in Washington, D. Former Secretary of Congressional approval ternet and the decline in ad-C.. Labor Alexis Herman, would be needed for either vertising caused by the The Memorial, the first on the National Mall to honor a man of peace, hope, and color, will be dedicated on August 2 8 in a West Po tomac Park ceremony on the 48th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. King's historic "I Have a Dream" speech. MLK Memorial Members of the King Family, civil rights leaders including Congressman John Lewis, Ambassador Andy Young, Reverend AI Sharpton, Reverend General Colin Powell, step, and both could be exrecession have rocked the Tom Brokaw, Maya An-pected to face severe opposiagency. gelou, Alpha Phi Alpha General President Herman "Skip" Mason, Jr., Tommy Hilfiger, General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson, leaders of the faith-based community and more will participate in Dedication Week events. President Barack Obama will deliver remarks during the August 28 Dedication Ceremony. Protesters Greet Rick Scon During Walmart Visit ORLANDO, FL Florida Gov. Rick Scott's visit to an Orlando-area Walmart to pro mote the state's back-to school tax holiday today was met with a handful of hecklers and protesters, who shouted questions about his attention to education and job creation. Scott's promotion of the popular money-saving event included a stop at the retail chain to buy school supplies and donate them to three area schools. During the visit, protesters wearing PinkSlipRick.com Tshirts walked near the gover nor as he browsed the aisles purchasing items. The group was created by Florida Watch, a progressive advocacy organ ization that has criticized the governor. One member of the group flashed a leaflet in front of Scott as he walked by. They also handed out pink sheets of paper, representing termina tion slips, to several other spectators. The leaflet claimed that more than 300,000 jobs had been lost under Scott and asked voters to "Give Rick his pink slip." 10-Year-Oid Chel Writes. Healthv Cookbook A South Florida chef wants you to use his new cookbook to live healthy. But here's the catch he's only 10 years old. Chazz Darby knows his way around the kitchen, especially when it comes to healthy eat ing. At the young age of 10, this elementary school student is creating low calorie meals for himself and all of his peers to enjoy while sneaking in some veggies and fruits. Helping to create change and awareness, Chazz along with his mother, Dorette Darby, created a cookbook "My Own Food" interactive cooking for children of all ages with adult supervision, by Chazz Darby. But like many young people this young man needed a little CHAZZDARBY push. But this creative mom found a way to tantalize her son's tastebuds. Mother, Dorette Darby says "I had to create a way for him to eat vegetables and fruits by incorporating it into everyday meals." Meals like heavenly ba nana wrap, sweet plantain muffins island cucumber punch and chicken nuggets and fries that are baked! leader Of s. Florida Gang Gets 65 Years WEST PALM BEACH, FL -A man who authorities say led one of South Florida's most violent gangs was sen tenced to 65 years in prison on racketeering charges Fri day. A Palm Beach County judge sentenced Futo Charles, 30, shortly after a jury convicted him of racket eering, conspiracy to commit racketeering and two other drug charges. The conviction in the heav ily guarded courthouse came days after a witness who planned to testify was gunned down in a parking lot. Charles' 'Top 6' gang was linked to 14 homicides and more than 150 shootings in the past few years, including a fatal Christmas Eve shoot ing at a busy mall in 2006 all part of a bloody gang war, authorities said. Estimates FUTO CHARLES eventually put the gang's membership at more than 400. Charles' racketeering charge included multiple counts, including two shoot ings. His attorney, Marianne Rantala, pointed out that jurors found prosecutors had linked Charles to the shootings, yet the judge still gave Charles the maxi mum sentence. Charles has never hid his affiliation with Top 6, but he has always maintained it is a rap group.

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Analyzes current and proposed departmental/user hardware and software sys tem s; develops and maintains complex systems within the unit. Analyzes and solves problems related t o c omplex computer applicatio n s and systems for faculty staff, and/or students within the unit; provides a wide range of in-depth technical assistance and guidance to unit user suppo rt f t aff. Writes various structured programs, queries, stored procedures, and reports as r e quir e d to support unit systems, using appropriate current programming languages. Uses establis hed fact-finding procedures, knowledge of pertinent work processes and procedures and familiarity wit h related programming practices sys tem softw are, and computer equ ipment to provide required analysis of business a nd/ or sc i e ntific problems. Oversee unir website programming and development, maintenance and revisions includin g markup language. program coding grap hics development and web se rver administration. Provides individual a nd/or group instruction and training to studen t s, faculty and/or s t aff o n computer technologies. Provides technical s upp ort for new technologies w ithin the unit; may serve as project leade r for unit-wide t ech nolog y projects. R eviews, evaluates, arid recommends solutions for hardware and software acquisitions. Maintains a broad knowledge of state-of-the-art technology, equipment, a nd/or systems ; participates in professional development activities as appropriate. May provide functional guidance and dir ection to lower graded s taff or student assistants providing desktop support data integrity and reporting, a nd server administration. Performs miscellaneous information technology suppor t duties as required -te meet the needs -of the unit. 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