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c Q -a: Q -1 LL. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 16 VOL. 67 NO.1 TUESDAY, AUGUST 23,2011 24 PAGES 75 Groups Plan RaiiVTO Encourage Voting SEE PAGE 2 Supervisor ,Of Elections Candidate Withdraws SEE PAGE 7 Ex-Teacher Accused Of Having Sex With Student SEE PAGE 2 MIDDLETON HIGH CLASS OF 1961 HAS 'FABULOUS 50th' REUNION The Middleton High Class of 1961 celebrated its 50th class reunion at the Airport Hilton Westshore July 22-29,2011. The reunion was dedicated to the parents of the class. After the Tampa activities, the class journeyed to Washington, D. C. Ralph Rance was the General Chairperson. The Maroon and Gold Banquet was attended by many guests, including former teachers and the Blake High family. Classmates in attendance were Otis Brandon, Arthur Wilson, Ralph Rance, Mitchell Dasher, Esquire, Dr. Charles Myers, Tedd Scott, Isaac Singleton, Samuel Scott, Harold Evans, Alyce Mallard-Konate, Marie Alexis, Sylvia Butcher, Gloria Creed Harry, Juanita Cannon, Harriet Logan, BeHy Jo Hayes (teacher), Linda W. Evans; Alberta Mosley, Johnnye Maye Davis, BeHy Woodard, Alma McMillan, Leroy Hayes, Josephine Brady, Elizabeth Futch, Laura McKeever, Alma Kinsey, Sandra Nelson, Willie Pouncy, Joy Armstrong, James Moore, Barbara Mitchell, Booker T. Lundy, Senator Arthenia Joyner, Helen Dickerson, Willie Aldridge, Esquire, Dr. Ruby Thompson, Johnnie Coleman, Mrs. CanadyBryant, Luther Wynn, Bobby Bowden, Coretha Perry, Zannie Black, Gloria Woods, Joyce Price, Jacqueline Scrivens-Sample, Vivian Rivers, Gloria Fordham and Carolyn Alexander. (Photograph by Sylvester Harris)


Features N M N len ::;:) ::;:) < c en w ::;:) Former Teacher, Ex-Athlete Charged With Having Sex With Student 1-A former Hillsborough County classroom teacher was arrested Friday and charged with having sex with a student. The incident al legedly took place in June 2010. More than a year ago, on June 8, 2010, Tampa Police were contacted by the Hills borough County School Dis trict in reference to a teacher allegedly having a sexual re lationship with a student. The suspect was on a warrant Friday. Officials learned of the in cident after the student al legedly told friends about it. The victim was 16 at the time the offense took place. LL According to the investiC gation, Dwight Levasiyea Ellick, 28, allegedly took the victim to his apartment on 0 June 4, 2010, where the sexen ual encounter took place. He was employed as a Math 1-teacher at Freedom High il: School at the time. The W Tampa Police completed ii:J their investigation into the C complaint and turned their findings over to the Hillsboren :::l m ;::, DWIGHT LEV ASIYEA ELLICK ... former athlete at Wharton High School and Notre Dame University ough County State Attorney's Office. The State Attorney's Of fice recently decided to seek prosecution and issued a warrant for Ellick's arrest. He was taken into custody at his residence without inci dent. Ellick was placed under a bond of $7,500. Ms. Linda Cobbe, spokesperson for the Hills. borough County School Dis trict said that after the allegation became known, Ellick was transferred to an attendance office at a non: school location to work. He worked at the facility until June 30th, when his contract was not renewed by the Hillsborough County School District. A graduate of Wharton High School, Ellick was a starter on the football team and won a scholarship to Notre Dame University. At Notre Dame, he also played football. After graduation, Ellick returned to Tampa and began working as a substi tute teacher with the school district in 2007. He was hired as a Math teacher in December 2008 and as signed to Freedom High School. He remained there until June of last year when the investigation began. ------------------------------------------------------------------z i= w ...J We Specialize In: Bulletin Shells Programs, Souvenir Books, Banners And For Your Special Events.< r .;:n v'v"' Our Services Also Include Business & Catalog Envelopes, letterhead, Brochures, Postcards And Much More. Sol Davis Printing, Inc. :Ju 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa, Florida 33614 pvutl.i<'3 (813) 353 Groups Plan Rallv To Encourage People To Vote BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Wednesday, August 241h, the District 5 Citizens Advisory Committee and the College Hill Crime Watch Group will hold their monthly meeting at the Lee Davis Center, 3402 North 22nd Street. The meeting will begin at 6 p. m. Citizens Advisory Com mittee Chair David Denson, said they will deter from the regular meeting process and discuss what needs to be done to get people to the polls to vote and to generate more support to keep President Barack Obama in of fice. "From the things I've read and heard, this is the right F.Y.J. time for the Black commu nity to unite. We must take the lead and make sure we're heard, because today's poli tics don't favor poor people. "It's vital that we come to gether now instead of waiting until next year, because there are certain things that need to e taken care of before that time." Denson is referring to the need for some to get their voting rights restored and others to get registered to vote. He also said there's so much information out there that people need to know about. "We want everyone, not just the people in East Tampa, to come out for this rally. It's time to take a stand." All Class Reunion The '7os and '8os All Class Reunion Meeting will be held on Monday, August 22, 2011, 6:30 p. m. at the Spaghetti Ware house. On the agenda will be the 2011 Dance Fundraiser and the 2012 Gala. For more information, please call (813) 743-8779 ..:. News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Inc.


.... Entrepreneur Creates Operating For 5 Years, Engineering Text Messaging Program Business Is Mailing Its Mark To Help Communitv Accomplishments are nothing new to Tampa native Garrett Johnson. Although he has relocated, he is always thinking of wa y s to make im provements in his commu nity. Johnson is introducing a new website that has the abil ity to improve communica tions. He hopes educators and students will take advantage of the web page for educa tional purposes. "I have built the website, which was designed to help improve teacher to student communication, especially among minority and low-in come communities like Bel mont Heights. "The idea is that students and now, increasingly adults don't check email anymore and this is a greater problem among disadvantaged com munities because of the "digi tal divide" especially in this economy. But, everyone has a cell phone!," Johnson said. He has constructed a group texting platform that enables someone to send one text message to groups of 10, 20, or even 200 people they may need to reach. Each user creates his or her own contact database and controls the messages they send and the program is free. Johnson said the idea was inspired by a desire to help his nieces a nd nephews and other students. "There are still too many homes in low-income and mi nority communities that still don't have access to the Inter net and personal computers. Although teachers depend heavily on email to communi cate educational information with students and parents, it's not a very accessible form of communication for some communities. "Our platform enables teachers to create student and parent cell phone databases and send group text messages. Teachers can send real-time reminders to students and GARRETT JOHNSON ... Introduces new website their parents about home work, upcoming tests, and other impmtant information." Johnson, a Rhodes Scholar, also said that any telephone that can receive text messages should be able to re ceiye messages from this web site. He also said anyone can sign-up and send group text messages in minutes. A Tampa native, Johnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate (Carmen) Brown. He graduated from Tampa Catholic High School with honors. The 27-year-old continued his education at Florida State University, where he graduated magna cum laude with a double major in Political Science and English He was also a member of the school's track team and set several records as an a thlete Johnson earned the Florida State Golden Torch Award given to the FSU student athlete with the highest grade point average. Following graduation, Johnson completed his Mas ter's Degree in Migration Studies in 2006 as a Rhodes Scholar at Exeter College, Oxford University in England. Anyone wanting to visit the website at www.inforate.com. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@tlsentinel.com. This past March 8th, VoltAir Consulting Engineers celebrated its sth Anniversary. The company is making its mark in the Tampa Bay com munity and has even advanced to Houston, Texas. Principal owners Julius D. Davis and Jorge L. Rivera have more than 30 combined years of professional engineering service Julius has a degree in electrical engi neering, while Jorge holds a degree in mechanical engi neering. JULIUS DAVIS Tour on Friday, August 26, 2011. The two owners attribute the success of their business to earning diverse engineering projects. Their professional re lationship began about 17 years ago when they worked for the same employer in Tallahassee. JORGE RIVERA its agenda. They are mentors for the Central City YMCA. They also volunteer with pro grams at HCC, AlA, Tampa General and the School Dis trict of Hillsborough County. Just recently, Davis hosted his fraternity brother, Rev. Jesse Jackson during his visit to Tampa. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of College Hill, where N 0 ..... .... This past June the com pany was the winner and re cipient of the Business Leader Top 300 Small Businesses of the South and a Top Small Business in Tampa. In July, the company received the Tampa Bay Business Journal "Fast Fifty Award;" the com pany is a finalist for the Small Business of the Year Award (the award dinner is Sept; 16, 2011); nominated for; the MED Week Business of the Year Award (winner announced at luncheon on August 25); and the business is one of the stops for the MED Week Business VoltAir is certified in many states across the U. S. The company has done business with Tampa International Air port, Hillsborough Coinmunity College, Tampa General Hos pital, Hillsborough County agencies, City of Tampa and many others. They make about 3 trips per month to Houston, based on client requirement. he is a Trustee. Davis is mar ried to Shani Davis, a Board ,.. Certified Adult Nurse Practi-rtioner. They have a daughter, Daryn and son, Julius. E Jorge has been married to -Jodi for 22 years. They also have 2 Marcus and z Marisa. He's a member of -t Christ (United Methodist) Church in St. Petersburg. r-VoltAir also makes com munity involvement a part of Attorney Hayes atte rsity of South Florida on full scholarship and in English. She was then awarded a scholarship attended Stetson University College of Law where she received her J.D. Attorney Hayes Will Focus Her Practice On: Family Law Probate Criminal Record Seals/Expungements DELANO s. STEWART, ATTORNEYATLAW 1146 Years Of Continued Service To The Community" Areas Of Practice: Criminal Law Negligence, Auto Accident, Premise Liability, Domestic & Medical Malpractice Domestic Relations, Dissolution Of Marriage, Child Support, Adoption Entertainment Law Worker's Compensation 505 E. JACKSON STREET p SUITE 301 TAMPA. 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,.. editorials/Columns M' N t; ::) e, ::) " ic( c U) w ::) 1-c a: LL FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Add;ess Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00.6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Kudos For Scon On Car Crash Fraud C J ust when you thought it was safe not to like Rick Scott, he does something good. We're referring to > Scott's most recent stance on Florida's almost pandemic < issue of car crash fraud, a state crime spree that is costing insurance carriers millions of dollars. W Perhaps, the situation was best summarized by Scott i: administration Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater when > a: w > w c w :::1: U) :::i m ::) Q. in reference to the crime of car cash fraud, he said, "You can't keep throwing consumers to the wolves, and that's what's happening here." Ended Atwater, "[Consumers] have to buy [car insurance], and we're the ones choosing to allow an environment to exist where all this fraud con-tinues." Undoubtedly Atwater has the blessings of Governor Rick who has come out with pistols blazing against what State Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty calls ''fraudsters and hucksters" who have made a major livelihood out of staged auto accidents and fraudulent claims. z i= w ..J ..J ::) m Despite the fact we have not always seen eye-to-eye with Scott's ideas, we stand in line to congratulate our governor on his demand that the State of Florida fix the ..J dam, which has too long leaked illegal car accident claims W and has bilked working people out of untold millions of z i= dollars. We urge local representatives to drop their axes Z and work with the governor to end this grievous issue, W which stalks us like a wolf. U)

fictures From The fast Horosco es/Soa s ffi I Rev. Ronald Fortune, Pastor of New Bethel A. M. E. Church, Ms. Mattie Hill and Elder Larry Johnson are shown as they participated in a local Musical Concert. Family members posed for the "Around The Town" Sentinel photographer while dressed in their 'Sunday Best'. They are as follows: Ms. Angela Foxworth, Ms. Willie Mae Foxworth and children, Angela and Erica. The Head Start Program is now enrolling County new applicants into their child care programl In acmnlanre with the Americans with Olsabilltles Act, this agency does not disaim lnate based on disability. 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 q,ild 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 8vuJ, ol fJMHif -------------------------------------------ioo Horoscopes c }< Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Venus entered your sign yes-)> terday, and the sun gets there tonight. It' s a time of testing and c being held accountable. Stay true to your heart. G'> Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Your wanderlust has been get-ting to you. You want to expand, to ramble, to study something completely new. An older dream sparks again. Be flexible. You N might have to get dirty. w Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You may run into one of those days in which nothing seems to be working, and the puzzle ::::! pieces don t fit. Relax and go in the direction ofleast resistance. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Today s all about part nerships and relationships. If you re willing to tak e risks, lov e may drop a surprise on your lap (positiv e or negative). What s the worst-case scenario? Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Monday may be busier than usual. Brace yourself for a day full of surprises and action. Travel's still not recommended. Let your heart guide you. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Love's in the air, so inhale deeply. Follow your gut. Don't let the small stuff get in the way of your real commitments. And don't forget to let people know how you feel. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You don't need to travel far to love the one you're with. Focus on your home and family for the next couple of days. Attract luck by following a hunch. Aries (March 21-April19)-Learn and expire today. Take it easy, and let your ideas come together. Don't make the final decision yet. There's more to be revealed first. Listen for change. Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Finances are in the fore ground today. For best profitability, pay attention to the numbers. Changes seem abrupt to others. Listen to your intuition. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You feel lucky; you look good; rand the spotlight s on. Surprise your peers by trying something 0 new. Express yourself, even as you manage another, more prof-JJ itable, job. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-Consider your plans care-00 fully. Work through the details, and you discover new directions. m No flirting. Imagine a trip you want to make. Ignore naysayers. Z Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Schedule meetings and social ::! events, which surprise with profitable ventures. Postpone travel ifi and romance. Write down intuitions and inspirations. Weave rthem into a blueprint. m Soaps c r r-m ::! z "'0 c m r-u; :1: m c ALL MY CHILDREN -Tad assures JR that his son loves him; Cara pulls away from a kiss with Dl:!.viq; Zach big news. Krystal admits David teased that Babe might be alive; Greenlee doesn't want to see Kendall's marriage destroyed by David; David says Zach must earn his trust. Dixie tries to remember what David did to her; Griffin threatens to go to the FDA to testify against David and the Orpheus Project; Erica demands to know who else David has saved. m BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Everyone watches Liam propose to Hope; Steffy is heartbroken by the proposal; Eric and Dayzee are impressed by the way Marcus takes control of the media during a fashion show. Hope delivers surprising news to c Brooke; Ridge confronts Liam about his sudden need to get m married, and then he tells Liam about Steffy's feelings for him; Amber asks Dayzee to step aside so that she and Marcus can build a family with their daughter. Oliver and Steffy commiserate over relationship woes, and Steffy expresses her frustrations about Hope; Brooke talks to Ridge about Hope and Liam's rela-c tionship; Hope and Liam arrange for a romantic evening to-"11 gether. JJ DAYS OF OUR LIVES-The DiMeras and Kiriakises de-C clare a truce; Lexie delivers unsettling news to Sami about her health; Dario finds Quinn's latest prostitute unconscious on the pier; Taylor tells Quinn she can't keep quiet; Brady wrestles with his conscience. Sami learns she has cysts and worries they are cancerous; Taylor tells Quinn she won't spy for him; Chloe begs Quinn to let her stop working for him; Hope tells Bo she's going undercover as a call girl. Carly is reunited with Nicholas; Sami and Rafe struggle with the news that she may have cancer; Sonny tells his family and friends that he's staying in Salem; Tad gets rejected by a girl and blames Sonny; Jemiifer reaffirms her commitment to Daniel. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Anthony attacks a patient in the hospital; Skye is keeping someone safe; Carly and Sonny face off again. Lucky may find a message fromSiobhan; Sonny takes in his greatest regrets at the GH chapel; Maxie takes Jackal, P.l., to Georgie s grave in hopes that will jog his true identity. Johnny overhears an important conversation between Anthony and Skye; Dante arrives to find Sonny and early fighting; Is not much love between Sonny and Abby. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Someone takes a gun from Dorian's safe; Starr and Dani get into a fight about the two Todds; Rex is shocked by the identity of the stripper using the name "Gigi." Bo visits Asa's grave on the anniversary of his death; Clint makes a daring move jeopardizing his future. Brody threatens the man who is not the real Todd Manning; Kim comes face-to-face with her ex-husband Clint; Joey wonders if living under the same roof will rekindle Viki and Clint's relationship. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Victor is unfazed by Ronan's search warrant; Adam taunts Sharon about the missing "tJ evidence. Tucker faces Kay at his competency hearing; Nick con-:1> fesses to Phyllis. Tucker fights to maintain control of Jabot; new evidence points to Adam's guilt.


VICKIE, LIONEL, WILLIAM, DIONNE, FELICIA, ANTOWANDA, MIRIAM, ANDREA And RASHAD Wishing our mother and mother-in-law a happy birthday We love you, boo. From, the Hopps family. c a: u. c z <( c en w :::::1 1-> a: w > w 0 w l: en :J m :::::1 a. Happy Birthday, Shad Thrower ANNIE, VICKIE And MIRIAM Happy birthday to w mommie. our :j From, your two baby girls. :::::1 We love you, boo. m Love, Ms. Miri and Ms. irl Annie. z z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u. Happy Birthday LENIRIO Happ y birthday t o my big boy Nirio, who turned the big co ten on A ugust 18th. W We love you. Mama Muff, (!) big brother RayRay and stepdad, Stanka. Happy Birthday, Granny VICKIE And HENRY Happy birthday to our granny. We love you and wish you many more We love you. Preacher Man! RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Seeking Christian fellow ship Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0 Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. Local Familv Grants Matriarch Birthdav Wish 01 A Convertible Ride Destiny Nance performed a spiritual dance for her great, great grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Walker at her 90th birthday celebration. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor When her family asked howshe wanted to cel ebrate her birthday, Mrs. Ruth Walker re quested a party with the works Her birthday was July 21st. She wanted a dinner where all of family and friends dressed up and enjoyed a sit-down din ner. Her family granted two wishes in honor of Mrs. Walker's 90th birthday A Florida native, Mrs. Walker moved to Tampa as a young adult and began her married life with Mr. Marion Walker. They were mar ried 56 years and had two children, Cecil Walker and Mrs. Alice Leath. Mr. Walker died several years ago. Mrs. Walker was a housewife and traveled extensively with her husband, who was in the military After his tour of duty, they settled in Tampa. "When we asked her what she wanted for her birthday, she said she wanted a "real party." Her granddaughter, Mrs. Yvonne Barnes said, the family planned the party and it was held at the University Area Community Center. About 70 people attended the party. Mrs. Walker arrived at the party withes-Mrs. Ruth Walker, (center), is shown with great, great grandsons Jaquan Pool, Javon Nance, Nboja Avery, and great grandson, Edward Williams at her birthday celebration. corts Gavin Harris, Robert Jacobs, Jr., Jerome Jacobs, and David Fraticelli. Pastor Vanda Moody Jacobs was the Mistress of Ceremony. After dinner, Mrs. Walker shared her first dance with Rudy McBride. Destiny Nance, her great, great granddaughter, performed a spir itual dance in her honor. Ms. Barnes said Mrs. Walker is in excel lent health and doesn't take any prescribed med ication. "She doesn't take a single pill. She is really in good health She loves to dance and loves all sports, but her favorites are football, baseball, and basketball Mrs. Walker still drives and still cooks and takes care of her home. Mrs. Walker knew about the party so it was not a surprise. However, when the party ended, there was a surprise waiting for her. Ms. Barnes said Mrs. Walker had always wanted to ride in a convertible with the top down. So instead of returning home in the SUV that she arrived in, Joe Harney was waiting to drive her home in a 2010 Audi Convertible. She said what she wanted and we made it happen, Ms. Barnes said. Sentinel Bulletin Early Release Days Change For Public Schools During the 2010-2011 school year, students received several Early Release days throughout the year. However, the while the Hillsborough County School District will continue the practice of Early Release, some changes have been made. Instead of the Early Re lease days changing throughout the year, the district will release students one hour earlier each Monday. The only exceptions are holidays. Is Looking For A Billing and Input Assistant Qualified Applicant Must Have: Some Accounting And/Or Finance Experience 1 + Years Of Billing Experience Proficient In Excel Understanding Of Billing Systems Strong Computer Skills Willingness To Learn Works Well With Others For more information or to apply for this position, please come by our office at 2207 E. 21st Ave. Tampa, FL 33602. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!


Local candidate For Supervisor Of Elections Post Withdraws JACKIE BEIRO BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Jackie Beiro describes her beliefs through a quote from A. Philip Randolph: "A community is only demo cratic when the humblest and weakest person can enjoy the highest civil, economic, and social rights that the biggest and most powerful possess." "This was the reason I filed to run for Hillsborough County Supervisor Of Elections," said Beiro. "Not one person in my party showed any interest, so I stepped up to the plate in 2010. As the only Democratic candidate, with less than 3 months to qualify, we fell just short of the 8,ooo valid signa tures required to get on the ballot, so we started early for the 2012 election to ensure that would not happen again." Beiro said she is announc ing her resignation as a candi date due to recent family health issues that will require long-term attention. "Although I'm stepping back, I am not stepping away from advocating on behalf of those with no voice and little political clout. However, in stepping off from the front lines, I have a suggestion or two for the Democratic Party: A glaring common threat was found in the 15,000 voters that have signed my petitions. It is the reality of the Democratic Party as an organization and what it means to the average Jane and Joe. The party is littered with folks who talk, but in reality deliver little more than lip service. Democrats need to be more inviting and. accessible. They need to make room for minority voices and issues, not stifle them, and cer tainly not dislike and disavow them when they speak up." Beiro said she was sur prised to find out that the ma jority of the people she spoke with had no idea there is a local Democratic Party. "They have never been in vited to participate in the party, and have no clue as to what it is the party does." Beiro said her message to the Supervisor of Elections Office is the n ee d for more ed u cation and the creation of a s imple system. -t c: m C/) c > c: G) c: C/) -t 1\) 1\) 0 .... .... ., r-0 c > C/) m z ::::! z m r-m c: r rm ::::! "'D c: OJ r c;; ::::t m c m < m -t c: m C/). c > z c "11 :a 6


Local ('1) Celebritv Moderators ::::J Chosen For &h Annual Technolouv Bowl w ::::J t-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Sixth annual Tech nology Bowl, sponsored by Computer Mentors Group, Inc., will take place on Satur day, October 22nd. The event will take place at the Hills borough Community College Brandon Campus. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc., said the celebrity mod erators for this year's event were recently chosen. The celebrity moderators include: Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor; Rod Carter, WFLA-Channel 8 Morning News Anchor; Aminta c Voyce, WTMP Radio pera: sonality; and Bill Goede, LL Tampa Bay market president for Bank of America. Others and CEO for Connectwise; a: Dayle Greene, Public Affairs Host of Cox Media w c w :I: en :::i m ::::) Q. z i= w ..J ...J ::::) m Group's WDlN Radio; Julie Smith, Verizon Vice President of External Affairs; artd Tom Banta, Vice President, Global Operations at Numara Software. Smith said, "The Tech Bowl is a game show styled competition where teams of teenagers use their knowl edge of computers and techirl nology to compete for the z Crystal Tech Bowl trophy. i= The teens are the big winners, as all the participants en will walk away with great technology prizes." a: RALPH SMITH Founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc. The students will compete for prizes provided through a donation from the Hobbs Family Foundation. Each member of the first place team will win a laptop computer. Local businesses and organizations serve as sponsors for each team. The goal of Computer Mentors, a non-profit organ ization, is to bridge the tech nology gap for low-income and disadvantaged families. In addition to the Annual Technology Bowl, the organ ization allows teenagers to participate. in the Youth Computer Certification & Ownership Program. Teenagers build their own computers to take home. The program also gives them the opportunity to earn college credit by com pleting the 6-month course and passing the certification test. Anyone interested in sponsoring a team or volun teering for the event should contact Smith for additional information. 01------------------------------------------...J [------------------------The Florida Department of Health presents: Free Free The 5th Annuai11A Day of Pampering" for Women Only Saturday, October 15, 2011 8:30am to 3:00pm University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) This is a FREE Community Event. Registration is required. Seating is limited to 300 pre-registered adults 18 years of age and older! Workshops Include: Screenings Include: Ask the Doctor Blood Pressure, Glucose/Sugar Healthy Cooking Body Mass Index (BMI) Women & Exercise For more information or to register, Call (813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or Visit us at www. hil!scountyhea l th.org DEADUNE: September 30, 2011 1 : Special Gift to first 200 FLORIDA who register East Tampa Business To Host labor oav Funlest Gary Onzy, the owner and operator of Bounce Boy (formally known as Jump Zone), has been in business in East Tampa for 10 years. He had an idea of bringing the community together with businesses for the Commu nity Labor Day Funfest event to be held September 41h. The idea was born out of a passion for the community and Onzy's providing serv ices to families with the Bounce House rentals. He has coordinated with local \.. -bers, entertainers and is providing free food for the event. There will be a host of organizations for health care, library and supportive serv ices for the community event. The event will be held at 3800 North Nebraska Av enue from 2:30 p m. untils p m. The community is invited to attend the event and is en couraged to participate. Church Anniversarv Kicks Oft With Youthful Minister In 3-Night Service MINISTER PRINCETON PARKER BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor "It's hard to believe that he's a young man about to embark on college," David Lewis, former football player with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers said of 18-yearold Princeton Parker. "He was about 4 feet off the ground when we met him. There were 30 people in the room when he began speaking and more than 300 when he finished," stated (Police Officer) Ricky Wade of the then 8-year-old. Lewis, a deacon at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church and Wade, on the ministerial staff there, were talking about the upcoming visit of Minister Princeton Parker, who will speak at New Mt. Zion, 2511 E. Columbus Dr., on Au gust 30, 31 and Sept. 1, 2011, 7 p. m. nightly. Rev. Dr. Walter J. Williams is the host pastor. Parker, of Olive Grove COGIC, Los Angeles, CA, has been a guest at New Mt. Zion with his family since the 3 families met 10 years ago He was unable to come in 2010. He's usually the speaker the DEACON DAVID LEWIS Sunday following the annual March Revival. Parker's visit will be the kick-off to the church's 109th Anniversary Celebration, culminating the 3rd Sunday in October. The Culinary Min istry is chairing the anniver sary. "We wanted to do something different for the anniversary," Lewis, a member of the Culinary Ministry said. "Each year when we have Princeton on Sunday, so many people say, 'I would come, but I have something at my church, or I'm out of town, or some other obliga tion.' The committee decided we'd bring him in for 3 nights and hopefully more people will get to see him," Lewis said. "We let people know he's not an entertainer," Wade said.''He gives the Word of God. He can entertain though, because he plays the guitar, drums, and piano.'' When Lewis and Wade speak of Parker now, there is excitement in their voices. The families were on a cruise. For the worship service, the cruise director asked if there were 'any ministers in the MINISTER RICKY WADE house.' "David automatically volunteered me," Wade said. "A minister from New York (Rev. Bland) came forward, and then this little boy -I thought maybe I had dropped something," Wade explained. "His mother stood up and said 'he's a minister, too'." "The other 2 ministers spoke, but when this little guy spoke, you could feel the elec tricity going through that room; not only at his articu late speech, but his age. You could feel that he was anointed by God," Lewis said. That evening the families had dinner and Parker was invited to Tampa. Back in Tampa, they convinced the pastor and other church offi cials to have the Parker fam ily come to town. He's normally accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Samone Parker. "He's a remarkable speaker who can relate to everyone. We've seen him grow up and now he's headed off to college, 'my alma mater," .Lewis said, University of Southern Cali fornia or USC."


_____________________________________________________________________ 1rn 82"d Birthdav Wilbert Davis Bovs And Girls Club Celebration Emplovee Remembers 3 Club Members Family and friends came from far and near to celebrate the 82nd birthday of Mrs. Elizabeth Sammons. The birthday celebration was held at the Carrollwood Cultural Center. Family members came from Missouri, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Georgia to help Mrs. Sammons celebrate her special day. Her pastor at Allen Temple AME Church, Rev. Michael K. Bouie, was also in attendance. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Carl Bryant and Marian Davis celebrated the 82nd birthday of Mrs. Elizabeth Sammons. On the front row, left to right: Donna van Sammons, Chris Sammons, Homer Sammons, II, Elizabeth Sammons and Bernard Sammons. Second row, Stephanie Sammons, Kathy Sammons, Nicole Sammons, Malia Sammons, Beverly Hopkins, Jackie Sammons, Jordan Sammons, and Darius Hopkins. Row three: Marian Davis, Mary Bryant, Gary Sammons, Bernard Sammons, Sr., and Brittany Hopkins. On the back row are: Tay Sammons, Evelyn Bryant, Kobe Sammons, Rob Sammons, Chris Sammons, Richard Hopkins and Kendrick Hopkins. Or. Scott Provides Care In The Areas Of: Spans Medicine Auto InJuries WorkComp SliP& Fall Phvsical Therapy Countrvwav Blvd. Tampa, R 33626 OHice-18131 855-8450 Offices Also In St. Pete And Clearwater For Additional Information Chris Hawkins @ 18131 390. BYRON J. PATrY, JR. ... Departed August 14, 2010 BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor "Auntie Barbara" is what they all called her. They were all members of the Wilbert Davis Boys and Girls Club in East Tampa. Last weekend the families cele brated. It was the one-year anniversary of one of them. Byron J. Pattjr, Jr. was 17years old when he died Au gust 14, 2010. A candlelight vigil was held at the cemetery on Sunday and continued at the home of his mother, Orkiya Andrews (his fa ther, Byron Patty, Sr. is de ceased). Hillsbof "I mourn for these 3 young m men and who have left Z this world unexpectedly," she :::::! concluded. rtD c: r r-The Bead Start Early Bead Start Program Presents A m :::::! z "'0 C: tD r-FREE (i) :::1: m c Healthy Relationships Seminar m < m For singles and couples wishing to gain skills to begin or maintain a healthy relationship. Aug. 27 -Sulphur Springs Area Sept. 17 Downtown Tampa Area Attendees receive complimentary breakfast, lunch, and will be registered to win ra:ffle prizes. This is a full-day seminar. For details and registration, call (813) 2725140 and ask to speak with a healthy relationships coordinator. c: m en c )> z c ., c


Local N Skilled Labor Volunteers g Needed For Communitv < c en w :J 1-Center Workdav Proiect BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter the interior structure needed a lot of work. "Thanks to volunteers On Saturday, August 2oth from the Tampa Heights area from 8:30 a. m. until 12 and beyond, along with donoon, volunteers gathered tonated services and products gether for the Tampa Heights from area professionals, Community and Youth Cenwe've accomplished a lot the ter Workday project. The lopast few months." cation is 602 East Palm Because of the size and Avenue, and there will be a layout of the building, Mrs. workday every Saturday Young-Green said there's morning until the renovation still plenty of work to do. of the center is complete. "We are in dire need of Lena Young-Green, skilled framers and carpeDPresident of the Tampa ters. We can also use anyone Heights Junior Civic Associwilling to use a hammer and ation and lead contact on the nails. renovation of the center, said "Rain or shine, we will be there are huge noticeable imat the building and we want provements and the former to thank everyone for their Faith Temple Church looks continued support." 100% better than it did when If you are interested in C they started. volunteering your profes-ff: "The structure had been sional time or products, 0 left vacant for years, and please contact Mrs. Lena z fallen on tough times. The Young-Green at (813) 407-< roof was in bad shape, and 2376. 0 en w :J 1-w > Tech Firm Seeks Incentives To Hire 265 Over the next 18 months, looking to fill a range of IT-w a high-tech firm hopes to hire related and general business 265 people and expand into positions, including software ::::i the downtown area from engineers, web developers, Ybor City. copywriters and brand man-D. 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Earlier this year, employ ees also held a carnation sale, which raised more than $400. The money was used to purchase additional sup plies for donation. The mission of AMikids Tampa is to help troubled children become productive and responsible citizens. Working in partnership with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and Hills borough County Schools, over 73% of the students Among those gathering supplies are UnitedHealthCare staff members Gina Wells, Field Account Manager; Paul Ruffridge, Director of Account Management; Jamie Taylor, Field Account Manager; Ken Robinson, Strategic Account Executive Analyst; Carrie Setta, Strategic Account Executive; and Reggie Jackson, AMikids Tampa Executive Director. served each year become suc cessful, contributing mem bers of the local community and have no further negative contact with the justice sys tem. UnitedHealthcare is committed to being socially re sponsible by helping people live healthier lives through employee involvement, in vesting in local communities, providing grant and program funding, and more. Black Republican Club To Revive African American Business Directorv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Next year, Tampa will host the National Republican Party Convention. In prepa ration for the event, the African American Republican Club of Hillsborough County met with H. Paul Sanft, Republican National Commit teeman for Florida One of the initiatives dis cussed during the meeting was the spearheading of the revival of the African Ameri can Business Directory. Members of the organization are Willis K. C. Bowick, president; Wilhelmina Curtis, Esq. Carlton Lewis, Jr., Secretary, and Joseph W. J. Robinson, P. E., treasurer. Next August, more than 75,000 people are expected to attend the 2012 National Republican Convention in Tampa. The initiative will call for about 6,000 volunteers. Many of them will serve in The Tampa Convention Cen ter, the Convention area, and the St. Pete Times Forum. Joe Robinson, treas urer with the African Ameri can Republican Club of Members of the African American Republican Club of Hillsborough County recently met with H. Paul Sanft, Republican National Committeeman for Florida. The members are from left to right: Joseph W. J. Robinson, P. E., Paul Curtis, H. Paul Sanft, Mrs. Wilhelmina Curtis, Carlton Lewis, Jr., Gregory K. Spearman, and Gregory Hart. Hillsborough County stated, "The arrival of the convention means the arrival of business opportunities for minorities. Hopefully, the African Amer ican Business Directory will be one of many projects that we are able to accomplish during the convention. Our concern is geared toward making sure that local small businesses are included." Robinson further said that several thousand volunteers will be needed during the convention. Anyone wishing to sign up as a volunteer or as a vendor should visit the 2012 GOP Convention website at http: //www.gopconven-tion2012.com/. Anyone wishing to rea<;h members of the African American Republican Club of Hillsborough County can call (813) 964-6897, or email: aarchc@tampabay.rr.com.


Local c Fifth Third Bank Presents Financial Dream Guard Seminar Representatives from Fifth Third Bank were at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center for a recent Financial Dream Guard Seminar. Several residents from the community came out to learn more about guarding their financial dream. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Showana Mitchell and LeTroy Altidor gathered information from the seminar. Donald and Tere Bates listened at the information being given out. Middleton Class 011954 Celebrates 51 Years The Middleton High Class of 1954 had a full slate of ac tivities when they met earlier this summer for their 57 year reunion. The theme was "The Way We Were." The reunion kick off was a Meet and Greet Fish Fry at the North View Hills home of Marcelina and Sylvia Millan. There was a banquet the following day at Boizao Steakhouse. The highlight of this event was a Grand Pro duction, "Reflections Of The Way We Were." Producers were Ed dye Jean Swain, Grace Jones and Ethel Payne. Guests who attended the Middleton Class of 1954 57th.reunion were: seated, left to right, Pauline Morgan Cole, Inez Russell, Bertha Holmes (Cocoa), Janet Clark, Betty Gatlin, Delphine Bodden (San Diego, CA), and Bessie Morgan (Springfield, MD). Second row, Jacquelyn James, Henry Jones, Brenda Thompson, Sylvia Milian, and Yvonne King. Third row, Rev. Ronald Hubbard, Ervin Ward, Sevil Stewart and (not shown) Juanita Cannon ::r> c C) c w 1\) (.,) 1\) 0 .... .... There were several scenes to act out the production: Timeline 1954, A Typical School Day, School Activities, Baby Please (James Bro\-\-11), Religious Affiliation, Homecoming Game, Home coming Dance, and Gradua tion. King, Barbara Batchelor, David Jacobs, Ruby White, Irene Ferrell, Idella Allen, Robert Sharpton, Edmond Morgan, Robert Bodden, Herbert Bolen, Ossie Lee Hendrix, Ethel Bellamy, Willie Mae Buggs, Joseph Harris, Ruth Houston, Alphonso Williams and Josephine Hubbard. Park. An evening soiree was held later in the day at Hol-"T1 r iday Inn Express, where 0 Classmates who participated in these scenes were: classmates and guests :::C dressed in attire from "the way we were." w Sunday worship was at m Keeney United Methodist Church in Clair-Mel City. z The Reunion Dinner after worship was at the Palm m River Rd. Embassy Suites, C Alma Purify, Ruben Yeoman, Grace Richardson, Victoria Shirley Davis, Yvonne The reunion picnic was held at John Chestnut, Sr. Brandon. (Photo by BRUNSON). 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 1 00 Industry Leader Tuition Reimbursement Comprehensive Benefits Package 401 K & Retirement Plan Unable To Attend? Apply Online At www.nylcareers.com EOE. Drug-Free Workplace Immediate Opportunities Available: Call Center Managers Customer Service/Sales -I.T. -Marketing z c m r c;; ::::t: m c m < m c m w c ::r> z c "T1 JJ c


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McCargo, 6'2", 307 pounds, was rated a second or third round selection by most scouts before the 2006 draft, but the Bills drafted him 26th overall and played him at defensive end in their 3-4 scheme. :: On Saturday, the Tampa m Bay Buccaneers signed foruj mer Buffalo Bills first-round The Bucs will use McCargo as a tackle, where he will replace E. J Wilson, who went down with a ruptured Achilles during last week's loss to the Patriots. z i= z w en a: 0 ...J I.L N """ w CJ pick, defensive tackle John 2011 Schedule For The Bucs PRESEASON August 12 @ Chiefs 25-0 W August 18 Patriots 14-31 L 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. lick Clarities Magazine Remarks About Eagles MICHAEL VICK PITTSBURGH -Michael Vick is glad he chose the Philadelphia Eagles, even if he had more attractive options. After telling GQ magazine that he didn't want to come to Philadelphia to be a third string quarterback following his release from federal prison two years ago, Vick clarified his remarks late Thursday after he threw three interceptions in a 2414 preseason loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. "I wanted to be with (coach Andy Reid)," Vick said. "I knew that I was going to have to sit, but I knew it was going to pay great dividends for me. I couldn't see it at the time, but that goes to show how much I know because of how things worked out. I'm glad to be an Eagle and hopefully I will be for a long time." Boomer Soonerl Oklahoma No.1 lnAPTop25 NEW YORK Being voted preseason No. 1 is a tradition at Oklahoma, and this season is no different. The Sooners will start out top-ranked in The Associated Press college football poll for the 10th time, more than any program in the country. The defending Big 12 cham pions received 36 of 6o first place votes and 1,464 points in the Top 25 released Saturday. Auburn, last season's national champion, will start the season No. 23, one spot behind where it began in 2010. If the rankings are any indi cation, the national title race could be a scramble. No. 2 Alabama, one of a record eight Southeastern Conference teams in the pre season poll, wasn'tfar behind OU, receiving 17 first-place votes and 1,439 points. No.3 Oregon got four firstplace votes, No. 4 LSU received one and No.5 Boise State got two. Florida State was No. 6; the Seminoles' best preseason ranking since starting the 2004 season at No. s. Universitv Of Miami Mav Avoid oeath Penaltv' In Booster Case Former UM booster Nevin Shapiro's allegations that he povided impermissible benefits to scores of student athletes over an eight-year period could lead the NCAA to levy harsh sanctions against the 'Canes football and basketball teams. The size and scope of the ongo ing scandal are larger than any other in the recent histo ry of college athletics. However, it appears the NCAA could shy away from some of the harshest punish ments at its disposal, includ-ing a television ban or the so-called "death penalty," which would force UM to shelve its football program fora year. Julie Roe Lach,. the NCAA's vice president for enforcement, told the New York Times Wednesday that internal NCAA discussions regarding punishment (should Miami be found guilty of any rule-breaking. after the NCAA investigation is complete) have focused more on postseason bans and suspensions for coaches. Georgetown Meets With Chinese Team After Brawl BEIJING The Chinese team that got into a nasty brawl with Georgetown University players in an exhibition game went to the Beijing airport Friday to rec oncile with them A brief statement from Georgetown said coach John Thompson III and two of the team's players met with representatives of China's Bayi Rockets following "heat. ed exchanges" in Thursday night's exhibition game. Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Cui Tiankai said Bayi members went to Beijing airport to see off the Georgetown team and the sides exchanged souvenirs. "My understanding is that it's all cleared up," Cui told reporters at a briefing on Vice President Joe Biden's ongoing visit to China. "We're pleased about this outcome." l Hour\: Fnday 9 A.M. 7 1 Monday Saturday : 9 AM. 6 PM ---------3608 N. 1Sth(comer0flake) 813.


Spqrts. BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Cards Sian Fiuuerald To $120M Deal Sit out 5 Games LARRY FITZGERALD TEMPE, Ariz. -The Arizona Cardinals and Larry Fitzgerald have agreed to an eight-year deal that could pay the star receiver as much as $120 million, making it one of the richest deals in the NFL. The agreement, with guar antees near $50 million, is by far the biggest in the franchise's history. Fitzgerald and team president Michael Bidwill appeared at a hastily called news conference Saturday night to announce the agree ment. Fitzgerald insisted he "hates this part of sports," but he certainly has made a boatload of money. This is the third major contract he has signed, and he doesn' t turn 28 until Aug. 31. "Growing up, since I was 7 years old, this has been the game I love and something I have been so passionate about," Fitzgerald said, "and to have to talk about it on the business side is a little bit uncomfortable. But I am really happy to put it behind us and it wouldn't be possible if it wasn't for the Bidwill family's hard work in making this thing happen." Harbaugh Still Confident Niners .Will Re-Sign Gore SAN FRANCISCO Coach Jim Harbaugh remains con-.. fident the San Fran'cisco 49ers will work out a fair new FRANK GORE tract for two-time Pro Bowl running back Frank Gore. Harbaugh dismissed repo1ts Sunday that Gore is unhappy with negotiations, calling it "water-cooler talk." "No, I don't sense unhappi. ness in Frank," Harbaugh said in a conference call on the heels of a 17-3 exhibition victory over the Oakland Raiders on Saturday night. ... Reports, conversations, talking points, things you're asking me, it all is and sounds like water-cooler talk to me. I'm not interested in it, in the water-cooler talk." TERRELLE PRYOR NEW YORK-Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor was declared eligible for Monday's NFL supplemental draft but must sit out the first five games after he signs a contract. The NFL announced Thursday he was eligible along with five other play ers Pryor gave up his final season with the Buckeyes following an NCAA investigation into the football team's memorabilia-forcash scandal. The league informed clubs that Pryor "made decisions that undermine the integrity of the eligibility rules for the NFL draft.': Among those, the league said, was his failure to cooperate with the NCAA and hiring of an agent in violation of NCAA rules. Pryor may not practice or. play until Week 6 of the NFL season. 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, B, C, 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 KALEZE We put our heads together at Beauty Unlimited headquarters, and decided to give in to your demands of wanting to see one of our past features again. So returning by overwhelming demand is Kaleze. As you can see, Kaleze doesn't fail to impress, and she also is mature enough to remain humble. Kaleze looks forward to spending time with her friends and family, and knows how to keep things in perspective when it comes to her career. She also loves modeling and posing for the camera. The man in Kaleze's life must be above average, tall, handsome smart, ambitious, and spiritual. Congratulations to Kaleze as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature returning by popular demand. 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. Ex-NBA Plaver Jalen Rose Released From Jail PONTIAC, Mich ESPN analyst and former NBA player Jalen Rose has been released from a suburban Detroit jail after serving time for drunken driving. jail. JALENROSE CJ) I\) c.) I\) 0 ..... ..... "T1 r-0 ::z:l CJ) m z :::! z m r-Ill c: r rm :::! z "'0 c: OJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m ::z:l -< c: m CJ) c > z c "T1 :!:! c The Oakland County sheriff's department tells The Associateq Press that Rose was released early Thursday from the jail in Pontiac after 16 days behind bars. He reported tojail Aug. 2 to begin a 20-day sentence from a judge who's known for tough punishments. Rose's lawyer, James Burdick; says his client shouldn't have been sent to Rose crashed his _sports utility vehicle in March after i drinking six large martinis. G') The 38-year,-old pleaded m guilty in May. ..... w


In this film publicity image released by Disney, Octavia Spencer, right, and Viola Davis are shown in a scene from "The Help." "The Help" continues to clean up at the box office, taking over the No. 1 spot with $20.5M in its second weekend. The Dream Works Pictures film starring Viola Davis, Emma Stone and Octavia Spencer in a drama about Southern Black maids had > debuted in second-place a week earlier. "The Help" a: LL raised its domestic total to $71.8M and bumped 20th Century Fox's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," which slipped to No. 2 with $16.3M after two weekends at the top, according to studio esti mates Sunday. "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" remains a solid hit, lifting its domestic total to $133.8M. c z < c en w ::) Kardashian, Humphries Wed In TV-Friendlv Ceremonv 1-ft w > w c w X en :::::i D ::) ll. z t= w ..J ..J ::) KIM KARDASHIAN And KRIS HUMPHRIES D ..J w Kris Humphries has of-ficially caught up with Kim z Kardashian. The basketW ball pro and the reality star en are husband and wife. < C Publicist Jill Fritzo said 0: that the Kardashian, 30, g and the Humphries, 26, LL tied the knot Saturday night in the exclusive Montecito area near Santa Barbara, CA. The ceremony will be tele vised as a two-part special on E! in October. It is the first marriage for Humphries and the second for Kardashian, who was married to music producer Damon Thomas from 2000 to 2004. Kardashian wore an ivory gown designed b y Vera Wang as stepfather Bruce Jenner walked her down the aisle in front of 440 guests including Demi Lovato, Mario Lopez and Lindsay Lohan. Will Smith Making A New Albumil WILL SMITH Though he began his ca reer as an international su perstar in the hip-hop world, Will Smith hasn't released any new music since 2005's Lost and Found (and consid ering it's difficult to remember exactly what was on that album, it feels like it has been even longer). Admittedly, he's been pretty busy starring in gigan tic blockbusters and shepherding the careers of his offspring, but it appears as though the Fresh Pl-ince might be making a return to the microphone. That's if you believe pro ducer La Mar "Mars" Ed-wards, who noted that he was in the studio with Smith during a phone interview with XXL. Edwards, whose credits include productions for T.I., Chris Brown, and the Game, said that he actually had Smith on the other line while he was talking to the hip-hop magazine. lohan Sues Pitbull, Ne-Yo, Alroiack For 'Irreparable Harm LINDSAY LOHAN The lady just can't stay out of court Lindsay Lohan has sued therapper, Pitbull and his co-songwriters, Ne-Yo and Afro jack over this line from his hit single Give Me Every thing: "Hustlers move aside, so I'm tiptoein ', to keep flo win' / I got it locked up lik e Lindsay Lohan." The lawsuit which was filed by Lohan's lawyer Stephanie Ovadia, seeks a n injunction to stop the broadcast of the song, along with unspecified damages. Lohan claims that "the lyrics, by virtue of its wide appeal, condemnation, exco riation disparaging or defamatory statements by the defendants about the plaintiff are destined to do ir reparable harm to the plain. tiff." Jav-z And Bevonce Named 'Music's Most Powerful Couple' Jay-Z and Beyonce have been declared "Music's Most Powerful Couple" by Forbes Magazine after bringing in nearly $8oM this year. Forbes recently released their list of "The World's Highest-Paid Celebrity Cou ples" and included Jay-Z and Beyonce who rank #2 on the list and remain the most powerful pair in music. The #1 "Highest Paid Celebrity Couple" is Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady who raked in $238M in 2011. Jay and Bey are esti mated at around $72M. Other top celebrity couples JAY-Z And BEYONCE are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie come in at #3 with $soM, David and Victoria Beckham ( $45M) and Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart ($40M). Man Ticketed After HiDing Robin Quivers' Car Police in southern New Jersey have ticketed a man after they say he struck a car driven by Howard Stern's sidekick, Robin Quivers. Police say Quivers was driving north on Route 9 in Barnegat Township on Sun day when Robert Crockett hit her vehicle and took off. Witnesses provided police with information and that led them to the so-year-old. Police said Crockett said he lost control, struck Quivers' vehicle and fled. ROBIN QUIVERS Police issued Crockett tickets for leaving the scene of an accident, failure to report an accident, reckless driving and operating an un registered vehicle. Rihanna Debuts Fragrance In England Rihanna launched her new frangrance, Reb'l Fleur at House of Fraser in Lon don, England this past week end. And any fan that bought an advance s et of Rihanna's new fragrance got to pose for a picture with her. RIHANNA Dr. ore Donates Autographed Headphones To Freewav Rick Dr. Dre is once again doing his part to help the community this time by lending a helping hand to Freeway Rick Ross. At the end of the month Freeway Rick Ross is hosting the much anticipated community dance competi tion, Freeway Enterprise Presents: L.A. Can Dance. Created to benefit South Los Angeles area grade school and high school stu dents the event continues to gather momentum, thanks to the illustrious support of the legendary Dr. Dre and rapper Slim Da Mobster. DR.DREAND FREEWAY RICK ROSS Both men have generously donated time and money to this event, and are as always, committed to never forget ting where they came from.


BElATED President Obama Pushes Woman Arrested For Puning BIRTHDAY For Action On Jobs Infant In Bed Of Truck )> c: C) MEMORIAM LAMAR WHALEY, m 8/19/1948-9/6/2010 We miss you on this special day. Love, your kids, grandkids, mother, brothers and sisters. AliENS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Theodore Andrews, Tampa. Mrs. Constance Blackmon New York, New York. Mrs. Valaria C. MeNeal, Tampa. GUDES FUNERAl HOME Mytrice Walker. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Greene Brookins, :rampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNEUlHOME Mr. Rommie Frazier, Tampa. Mr. Barney Middle-ton Atlanta, GA. Mr. Charles Simmons, Tampa. Ms. Mary Tennyson, Tampa. Master Ja'Kobe D. Woods, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Ella Hunter, Tampa. Mrs. Aretha Jones Madison, Odessa, FL. Let our furnilyiDlce care of )'lUI' &nnily e are the key to a fine andqualily sen00e'" MASSACHUSETIS President Barack Obama says members of Congress should put country before politics, set aside their differ ences and act together to put people back to work. The president is on vaca tion at Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts, but he recorded his weekly Saturday radio and internet address earlier in the week while in Illinois during an economy focused Midwestern bus tour. He said that lawmakers in Washington could learn something from the people in small towns in Illinois and Iowa. And if they did, President Obama said there are some things they could get done right away, like passing a road construction bill or extending a reduction in the payroll tax. va. Executes Man JERRY TERRELL JACKSON JARRATI, VIRGINIA-A man who raped imd suffo cated an 88-year-old woman was executed, becoming Vir ginia's first inmate to be given a lethal injection using a revised three-drug cocktail. Jerry T. Jackson, 30, was pronounced dead at 9:14 p.m. Thursday at Greensville Correctional Center. Asked if he had any final words, Jackson shook his head and said "no" under his breath. As he waited for the drugs to be administered, he tapped his foot as he lay strapped to a stainless steel gurney. The execution team took about 15 minutes to insert two intravenous lines, one into each arm. Within four minutes of the lines being inserted, he was pro nounced dead. Jackson was sentenced to death for the 2001 rape and murder of seamstress Ruth Phillips in her Williamsburg apartment. PRES. BARACK OBAMA "These are common-sense ideas ideas that have been supported by both Democ rats and Republicans," Pres. Obama said. "The only thing holding them back is politics. The only thing preventing us from passing these bills is the refusal by some in Congress to put country ahead of party. That's the problem right now. That's what's holding this country back. Scon: Prison PriVatization Hinges On SaVings GOV. RICK SCOTT MIAMI --Gov. Rick Scott says a massive South Florida prison privatization plan won't fly if it doesn't save the state money. Scott on Friday also down played the cost of lay ing off state employees at those prisons. The Republican governor discussed the plan for priva tizing 29 facilities in 18 coun ties during an interview. Scott said a $25 million estimate for such expenses as unused vacation and sick time is on all of the prison employees being laid off. He said they can instead transfer to other state pris ons that have about 2,000 openings. Scott said the deal won't go through unless bids come back in compliance with a re quirement for at least 7 per cent in savings. That would be about $22 million a year. c: en -f 1\) w ... The baby in the stroller and Keyona Davis (inset) in the back of a pickup truck. DAITONA BEACH, FLA central Florida woman is charged with child neglect after authorities say she rode in the bed of a pickup truck with an 8-month old child next to her in a stroller. Daytona Beach police say 23-year-old Keyona Davis was arrested Wednesday and the driver of the truck was cited for careless driv ing. Numerous drivers called 911 to report seeing the in fant in the back of the pickup truck. Georgia Probes Deadlv OHicer Shooting r 0 MELVIN WILLIAMS EAST DUBLIN, Ga. Video from a police cruiser in rural Georgia town shows just how quickly a traffic stop can turn deadly. In the recording, Officer Jeffrey Deal jumps out of his patrol car and runs to ward Melvin Williams, who has gotten out of his vehide. The two begin fighting. en m Williams punches the offi-z cer in the head and takes a :::! couple of steps toward Deal, who draws his gun and fires, r killing the unarmed Williams. r Police encounter similar J;; ... split-second decisions each day and rely on their inten-sive training and "shoot or c: don't shoot" scenarios to guide them. c;; Yet in this case, Deal had :::1: m gone more than a year with-c out a mandatory training on m the use of deadly force. He rii should have lost his arrest powers several months be--f fore the May 2010 shooting, according to a report from en state investigators. )> 3 African Refugees Charged With Fake Phoenix Bomb PHOENIX-The U.S. At torney's Office says a federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging three African refugees with at tempting to take a simulated explosive device through Phoenix Sky Harbor Inter national Airport. 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Jose Luis Garcia, 46, was charged with sexual battery on a child less than 12 years old. Garcia was babysitting the girl at the time of the assault on August 1st, according to an arrest report. The victim told her mother two days later. Garcia is being held with out bond. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hrnng of a r s an Important deciSIOn that should not be based solely upon advet1sements Before you dec1de ask us to send ;au FREE :mtten 1nfo'ma:1on abou: qualifications and expcr erce' Shooting Death Under Investigation ROGELIO GARCIAMARISTANY ... was killed after alterca-tion Hillsborough County Sheriff's detectives are investigating a shooting death that occurred last Thursday in the Town 'N Country area. Detectives said at 11 p. m., deputies responded to the Beacon Isles Apartments on Sheldon Road on a report of a shooting. Detectives said Rogelio Garcia-Maristany, 35, and Tommy Nelson, Jr., 22, got into an argument that turned physical when Garcia-Maristany attacked Nelson. Deputies said Nelson, in an attempt to stop the attack, shot Garcia-Maristany. Both men were armed at the time. Garcia-Maristany died at the scene. Nelson called 9-1-1 to report the incident _and remained at the scene until deputies arrived. Detectives are conducting interviews and consulting with the State Attorney's Office on the incident. Miss. Ups. Murder Charge For Teen In Fatal Rundown JACKSON, Miss. Mississippi authorities have upgraded a murder charge to capital murder for a white teenager accused of intentionally running over a black man with a truck. Capital murder in Mississippi carries the possi bility of a death sentence: It is defined as a murder that takes place during the com mission of another felony. Jackson Police Detective Eric Smith said on Friday that the underlying felony in this case is robbery. Smith would not discuss what was allegedly stolen from James Craig Anderson on-the morning he was killed. Nineteen-year-old Deryl Dedmon is accused of running down Anderson on June 26 in an alleged hate crime. John Aaron Rice is charged with simple assault in the case. Their attorneys have denied they were involved in a racially-motivated crime. Young Mother Charged With Taking Staged Photos Of Threats To Infant Son ST. PETERSBURG -A 20-year-old St. Petersburg mother was arrested late Wednesday night after she staged pictures of her 1month-old son in various life threatening poses, and then sent them via cell phone to the infant's father, with whom she was fighting, police said. Brittany Lester report edly took pictures of herself choking the baby and putting him upside down in a garbage can, police said. There were also pictures taken of the child with a plastic bag over his head and a phone charger in his mouth. In another, he had been placed under two mat tresses. Lester was charged with aggravated child abuse. The infant was not seriously injured, and child protection investigators took the baby, along with the baby's 3-year-BRI'ITANY LESTER old half-sister. Police said Lester had been staying with her mother, but her mother kicked her out so she ended up at the Bayway Inn with her children. Lester's mother kicked her out because the infant's father had stopped by to visit his son and that violated the conditions tQe mother had set for Lester to be able to live with her, police said. Man Whose Ex AllegedlY Solicited$1,000 Hit On Facebook Murdered PHILADELPHIA -A Philadelphia man who was the target of an alleged Facebook hit issued by his ex-girlfriend has been found dead. Corey White, 22, was reportedly killed only hours after felony charges were upheld by a judge against his ex and while the person charged with accepting the online hit was locked up, leaving authorities at a loss. According to authorities, White was shot once in the torso after getting into an argument with occupants of another car on a West Philadelphia street. According to the homicide investigation, the man he was arguing with got out of the car and shot him Authorities are still search ing for suspects. As previously reported, COREYWIDTE White's girlfriend, London Eleye, was charged with solicitation of murder after posting "I will pay somebody a stack to kill my baby father," on her FaceBook wall. Timothy Bynum, 18, who typed back that he would accept the proposition, is facing murder solici tation and weapons charges. UNCLE SANDY Be careful putting 9, 15, 19, 21 all of your eggs 25, 27, 30, 31 in one basket because that one 33, 36, 39, 40 basket cold some day break 42, 45, 48, 51


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