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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area VOL. 67 NO. 45 TUESDAY, JANUARY 24,2012 24 PAGES 75 Hearing Set To baOJineChanges In Voting Laws SEE PAGE 2 College President To Share His Vision With CODIDIUnitV SEE PAGE 9 Man accused Of Beating Babv. To Death SEE PAGE 3 TOBA HOSTS 32nd ANNUAl DR. MARTIN lUTHER KING, JR. lEADERSHIP BREAKFAST The Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA) hosted the 32ndAnnual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Breakfast on Monday, January 16, 2012 at the downtown Hyatt Regency Hotel. This year's theme was "The March Continues ... The Right Time To Do What Is Right." Among those who played a significant part on the program were: from left, Veronica Johnson and Jeffery Rhodes, 2012 Leadership Breakfast Co-Chairs; Veronica Blakely, TOBA member introduced the youth speaker; Dr. Paulette C. Walker, keynote speaker; Mayor Bob Buckhorn, who brought greetings from the City ofTampa; Youth Speaker, Valiece Long; Candy Olsen, Chair, School District of Hillsborough County and Les Miller, Hillsbor.ough County Commission, both of whom brought greetings. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)

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Features HiP Hop On Strings u. s. Senate To Hold First Hearing On Changes State Voting laws Kev Marcus on violin and Will B. on viola. Q BYTAMECAJOHNSON u.. Q z Freelance Writer < Hip Hop on strings. That's the best way to describe a C recent visit to Tampa by the ffi musical duo Black Violin. The musicians spent a couple of days in the Bay area, performing in concert at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, but not before making an unexpect:::Z::: ed visit to a downtown charter school. m Will B, 30, and Kev K Marcus, 29, make up z Black -violin. The two i= South Florida natives have played both the viola and S violin since grade school. m They met in high school and ...1 reconnected after college, fine tuning their sound and i= their brand. z w en Their efforts put them in the center of the spotlight. They won the prestigious Apollo Legend award, given by the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem and that caused the doors of opportunity to swing wide open. With the title, Black Violin travelled the world, performing with such high pro file artists as Alicia Keys, Rick Ross and Akon. Jaws dropped when the two put bow to string during an appearance at the Billboard Music Awards. Those credentials caused students at Rampello Downtown Partnership School to sit up and take notice. Black Violin showed up on campus for an intimate session with the school's orchestra; its < Q 0 ...1 u.. TINEL NTIN To Be Printed FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th Deadline: WEDNESDAY,. FEBRUARY 1st P.M. NO EXCt=PTIONS! . -.\. .. DJ TK, the DJ with the Black Violin. unique sound of jazz, hip hop, funk and classical left the class of about 25 speech less. "They were past amazing," says 8th grader Shuler. "They made me feel I could accomplish any thing." Seventh grader Devin Watkins admits he was in shock. "I didn't know vio lins could sound .like that, or even play a song that great." The members of Black Violin told the students how they came up the classical music ranks and admitted there were times in the early years they had to be forced to master their craft. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, at 1 p.m., public testimony will take place at the George Edgecomb Courthouse for the first hearing to examine the impact of the proposed changes in state voting laws. D. S. Senator Dick Durbin, a Democrat from Illinois, will lead the hearings of the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Human Rights. In November, U. S Senator Bill Nelson has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether new voting laws passed by Florida and more than a dozen other states this year are the result of a coordinated effort to suppress voter turnout among millions of seniors, young people and minorities in this year's presidential election. Senator Nelson asked the federal investigating body "to determine whether or not there was broadbased motivation to suppress the vote and, if so, whether any laws were vio-_, lated." In May, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed House Bill 1355 into law. The bill places stringent require-, ments on individuals and third-party groups who attempt to register new vot ers. Additionally, volunteers who register new voters must sign up with the state and submit the voter registration forms within 48 hours of obtaining the signatures. Those who do not comply face large fines or possibly prison for violating the rule. Volunteers are also required to sign an oath warning them of the consequences for violating the rules. The bill also shortens the period of early voting days from 14 days to 8 days. The new law also prohibits voters who have moved from the county to change their infor mation at the polls and vote. They must cast a provisional vote. The League of Women Voters and Rock the Vote have challenged the new law in court. State Rep. Dennis Baxley, -(R-Ocala), sponsored the bill. Rep. Betty Reed said, "Past generations fought hard in order to ensure our right to vote. res important that our community show up in numbers in order to con tinue the fight.'? Both Will B and Kev encouraged the students to seek mastery oftheir instru ments because it could pay off, and they should know. They both earned full college scholarships and now have the accolades to go along with all their perseverance. Rampello was selected for a visit by Black Violin because of its partnership with the Patel Conservatory. (Photos by BRUNSON) Orlando Teenager Reponed Missing The National Center for Missing Youth has issued a Missing Child alert for 13year-old Xianna Zayandra Rodgriguez. She is News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care .. Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicyc l e Bus And More .. (PIP lmsurance Needed) "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty local: 813-3702 Toll Free 1-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week Michelle Inc. descr as a pamc XIANNA RODRIGUEZ . Missing Child standing 5'2" and weighing 125 pounds. The teenager has brown eyes and brown hair: She also has piercings in her ears and tongue. She was last seen October 13, 2011. The last time she had con tact with her family, she had dyed her hair blonde and may have shaved the side of her head. She may be in the company of a juvenile male and female. The Orange County Sheriff's Office report number is u-89942; anyone with informa tion pertaining to her where abouts is asked to call (407) 836-4357; Operation Lookout at 1-Soo-LOOKOUT ; or 1-425-7'71-7335.

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.... Grandmother Doesn't Believe Police Investigate Teenager Shot Himself Residential Shooting On January 18th at 7:52 p.m., law enforcement cials received a 9-1-1 call from the grandmother of a teenager who had been shot Ms. Cheryl Neal said three friends of her grand son, Demarcus Smart, 17, ran to her home and told her he had shot himself in the head. Tampa Police reported that Smart had been in a va cant home with three friends playing with a gun. Smart was reportedly looking at the gun when he pulled the trig ger and shot himself in the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said the investiga tion is ongoing, but based on the evidence so far, the shooting appears to be acci dental, and the gun was in Smart's possession when it was fired. Ms. Neal said Smart had been in her custody until 2009, after entering the foster care system in 2004. "He was with me until 2009, when he went into fos-DEMARCUS SMART ter care for 2 years, then went to live with his other grand mother, Angie Lee, in Clearwater. "Demarcus was a good boy who really loved his mother. He always wanted to be with her, and was visiting her when this incident happened." Ms. Neal said Demarcus had told his mother he was going to the store when he left the house. "We don't know anything about the gun, and we don't believe he accidentally shot himself," said Ms. Neal. "I think there is more to it than what's been told. I don't know anything about the boys he was with." Ms Neal said Demarcus wasn't attending school, but had enrolled to get his GED. "Demarcus had a brother and two sisters, and really enjoyed playing video ,gg.mes, listening to music and dancing. He was a typical teenager who was very re spectftd to his family but also could be very stubbo"rn." A service will be held at Bible Based Fellowship of Temple Terrace this Satur day. Other arrangements are still being worked out by The CarnegieDallas Funeral Home in Clearwater. Man Accused Of Beating Infant T o Death NASIR MILLINER ... Death classified as homicide The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office arrested a man and charged him in con nection with the beating death of an infant. The mur der took place on Saturday at the child's home. According to police, on Thursday, Ms. Lukrisha Milliner, 25, left her infant son, Nasir E. Milliner, with her boyfriend, 24-year old Derron Dennard Brown. The infant was in Brown's custody from 8:25 a.m., to 9:37a.m Ms. Milliner told police that when she returned home, she notice her son appeared to be unresponsive. She contacted EMS and the child was transported to Florida Hospital, (formerly University Community Hos pital), where he later died. During the investigation, police interviewed Brown, who allegedly admitted that while he and the child were alone, he "knowingly and in tentionally struck the child's torso several times with his shoulder, forearm, head, and closed fist. DERRONDENNARDBROWN ... Charged with first-degree murder During an autopsy per formed by the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office on Friday, it was deter mined that "the child died due to blunt trauma impact to the torso, with liver lacer ation," police said. Police arrested Brown on Friday and charged him with first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse. He is being held at the Hillsbor ough County Jail without bond. Nash would have cele brated his first birthday on January 29th. Funeral serv ices were incomplete as of press time. Gudes Funeral Home is in charge of han dling arrangements. That left Man Dead :u The Tampa Police Department is currently investigat ing a shooting that left a man dead. The shooting took place this past weekend. The shooting was re ported to police shortly be fore 2:30 a.m., Sunday, at 702 E. Broad Street. The vic tim, identified as Colen Charles Thomas, 49, was inside the residence when the shooting took place. He was transported to a local hospital where he died from his in juries. The Tampa Police Depart ment Homicide Squad is con ducting the investigation. COLEN CHARLES THOMAS However, no additional infor mation was available. The family of Mr. Thomas had not selected a funeral home to handle arrangements at press time. OMASF:YOR J)_.K_ ___ V) --"Serving The Community Since 1974" Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! 8131 1014 < N N 0 ...... N ., r-0 ::::0 c )> C/) m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m l en :J: m c m < m ::::0 < .... c: m C/) c )> z c ., ::::0 c

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Editorials/Columns w:i FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN kind of chest-thumping. N cusPS 202) Fake daddies do. a:> 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Aorida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By In recent weeks, I have c( FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., h d d f k a Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) ear more an more a e and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York. daddies bragging about the \ C> 1990 94 CP Timelntamational '"" large number of children -, POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: )!' Flortda Sentinel Bulledn, they have sired. I hear from Man IPI Mini these people excuses like, I 0 don't do nothing for my chil-w c. Blythe A"*-H ft h th d dr bee d th ;:, 1101 1m (tMI) ow o en ave you I use e wor man very en ause me an e 1-c. Blythe Jr. heard males brag lightly. Men who make no efmomma8 can ; t get along. 111 (1177) 1 s. KAY ANDREWS. PUBLISHER about the number of fort to care for their children Bul crap, brother. Don t c. BLYT1tE ANDREWS n1, PRESIDENT children they have. can't really be called nien. take care of the momma, CFO They brag as if having a Males, but not men and certake care of the child. IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDJTOR large number of children tainly not daddies, are what Another excuse used by HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULA110N MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS. ADVERT1SING DIRECTOR from several different these guys can or cannot be these don't have a clue TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER k th b" call d I k all b d ddi I 't t b LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER WOmen rna es em a Ig e as you Wannae a es IS, Can ge a JO SubScnptio Q S$44 .()().6 Months Both Editions : $87 00 Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on edHorlal page s of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect !he edHorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or !he Publ i sher Farewell, Miss Peaches. I umor has it; only two other women in the niusic business could match her fury, and she met both ofthein. : Din8h _\Vashington cursed her,out for singing of her songs while she was in the audience. Billie Holiday With a tired voice, 'swollen feet and swollen hands fi-om drUg abuse warried: lier, "Don't ever let this -C But it wasn't until disc jockeys began playing "At la:aaaast, fE my love has come along," that the music world knew there C was a new star in the heavens. And that star's name is Etta Z James. "Miss Peaches," to you. <( Born Jamesetta Hawkins, who claimed her legitimate father was none other than the legend8ry gambler, Minnesota Fats, Etta James, raised in Los Angeles, would probably w have gotten an award in high school as being the "least like:) liest to succeed." By her own recognition, she was wild, reckless; and rebellious. Violence was Etta's dark side. But her ffi bright side, a secret, which only she and her mother shared, > was her voice. W If the truth be told, Etta's mother was also the inventor of one of modern music's greatest divas. Thanks to the con::r: stant playing of her Victrola, Etta-Jamesetta was 0 introduced to such names as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, :i m Dinah Washington, Billie Holiday. And one day, some-thing clicked inside Miss Peaches' psyche and the seed of Etta James was born. "Roll With Me, Henry," "Something's Got A Hold On Me," t:i and the wedding favorite "At Last," are but three of more :I than three hundred great songs first sung by the diva with i the cat-like eyes. Immortal was her reputation. Much like ..J James Brown, she was not supposed to die. Yet, time waits W for no one, not even for divas. Etta James died, the other day. But death is only a word. Her music will never die, now z willit? w en ( a: 0 ..J u.. 2% Food Not Enough P erhaps, before you drink your morning orange juice, you should read this editorial. Earlier this month, you may recall, the United States Food and Drug Administration stopped all orange juice concentrates from being imported into America from Brazil. Having been alerted by an American orange juice processor that the concentrate he received had tested positive for a pesticide. However, since oranges and orange juice Concentrate from Brazil account for 11 percent of orange juice consumption here in America (and most certainly, here in TampaHillsborough County), the health of many of our citizens may be in danger. What makes us wonder about FDA's ability are comments by a growing number of sources that funding and staffing of the FDA allows it to inspect less than 3 percent of food coming into America. Now, considering that 90 percent of vitamins, 70 percent of apple juice, 43 percent of processed mushrooms, 22 percent of frozen spinach, 22 percent of fresh garlic, 40 percent of cod fish, and 78. I,Jercent of tilapia fish consumed by fellow Americans are imported, the threat of chemical adulteration by unsafe drug residue, pesticides, herbicides, and fungi--=t cides is past frightening. W Congress should, therefore, increase funding f o r the F D A C) to avoi d a major health catastro p he, which, i f experts are correct, i s pas t approaching the twe lfth hour. deal. dads: do your children know To these guys I say, if you Maybe it would be a big you? Do you know if you can't afford children, then deal if these braggers were know your children? don't have them. being a father to all of these Ask yourself every time There are men who try to children and taking care of you brag on the number of be good daddies, but poor them children you have, do I promommies prevent and disUnfortunately, not a single vide any support for these courage them from being one of these braggers children that I am claiming? that. These are not the men care of their children or Ask yourself, how much time this article is dedicated to. about being proua of you spend with these chilI invite all males with chilthe children. dren? dren to read this piece and be It is all about these brag-If you can t answer these real with yourself as to who ging males and not the chilquestions in a positive manyou are with your children . dren. To these guys I say, ner, I say to you braggers to If you find yourself want'Man Up! Man!' and be a "Man Up! Man!" and be a ing and on the Wrong side of daddy to all of your children. man. Shut your mouth until the equation, I invite you to, Do more than fertilize the you deserve to speak. "Man Up! Man!" and be a I eggs that brought these chil-As a rule, good daddies man that your children can dren into the world. don't go around doing that be proud to have as a daddy. The International Slaverv MuseumiiSMI S orne you remember when a group of local business representa tives and the Black Art Museum attempted to bring a slavery "edutainment" at traction to Many of you also remem ber how many Blacks in lead ership fought passionately against the idea beca\lse _.:tbe attraction would inchfct e a packing of visitors a "simulated slave ship voyage." Around the same time (1994), plans for a slavery museum surfaced here in Tampa, the National Mu seum of Liverpool (England) opened the Transatlantic Slavery Gallery, the first of its kind in the world. Expanding its collection, the International Slavery Museum (ISM) opened on August 23, 2007, which was also International Slavery Remembrance Day and the 2oolh anniversary of the abo lition of slavery in England. Within three years, more than a million visitors passed through th e mu se um Said to b e th e onl y mu se um o f i t s kind to l ook at as pects of h istorica l and cont empora r y s l ave ry, as w ell as, being an i n t e rn a tional hub for resources on human rights issues," many prominent Black Americans have visited and or lectured at the ISM. Among them: Harry Belafonte, Danny Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr., and Paul Robeson, Jr. The ISM counts among its American partners the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Cen. ter (Atlanta, Georgia), the New York Historical Society and the Smithsonian Na tional Museum of African American History and Cul ture (Washington, D. C.). If you are interested, you can become an ISM patron by either visiting its website, sub scribing to its quarterly e-newsletter or by following ISM on twitter, facebook, or its blog The ISM tells the story of the mass enslavement of Africans by Europeans and the resilience and survival against the odds spirit of the enslaved Africans. Interestingly, the ISM is located in Liverpool's Albert Dock in the center of the a World Heritage site just a few yards from the dry docks w h e re 18111 ceritury sla v e s hips were repaired. Th e ISM exhibits also address the permanent impact of slavery and the slave trade on Africa, South America, North Amer' ica, the Caribbean and Westem Europe. Along with changing ex hibits, the ISM contains three main permanent gal leries: Life hi West Africa; Enslavement and The Mid dle Passage; and The Legacy of Slavery . The galleries focus on what West Africa was like before slavery, the brutality and trauma of slave voyages and plantation life for slaves, and the fight for freedom that continue as a result of racism and discrimination. The ICM houses historical artifacts, pictures, ship logs and manifests as well as other hnportant documents that chronicle the s,ooo or more voyages that trans ported approximately 1.5 million Africans to the Caribbean, South America, and North America. Of the s,ooo voyages, the majority of the slave ships sailed to the Caribbean and South America, with orily 300 voy ages to North America (North Carolina, South Car. olina, Virginia, and Mary. land) If any of our readers have the opportunity to travel to England, make certain you visit the ISM in Liverpool. However anyone can take a virtual tour of the ISM by logging on to www.liverpool museums org .uk. at anytime in y our own ho.me. Ha ra mbee!

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Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -You may notice hidden motivations, or reconsidered personal views or Be, ::.gentle with hearts. Avoid scandal. :: < +.::.:.:::: Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Focus on the space around the limitations. You may tumble, but you won't knQ_w if you <;an make it, if you never even try. Wisdom builds with every failed st_ep. " .. Aries (March 21-April19)-Communications aboutactions get through, whereas actions themselves could get blocked or obstructed. Get into planning, networking and crowdsourcing. : Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Don't let worries about money interfere with love. You may as well listen, though you might have to compromise. A quiet evening suits you just fine. Relax. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Mars goes retrograde today (untilApril14). Avoid signing contracts between now and then, since vitality isJacking. Maintain projects with momentum. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Set an intention ... the New Moon is an especially fertile time for planting promises. Take care of your heart. Keep it healthy. Practice love. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-The energy is there to propel '0 your inner thoughts out into the world. What message will you relay? Have it well thought out, rather than reactionary. The camera is on. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Expand your influence. Talk about your fantastic project with imaginative flair. Paint a pic ture with an inspiring possibility. Invite participation. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Avoid initiating important projects or buying mechanical equipment, if you can. Finish off old business. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov._21)-Retrograde Mars especially affects Scorpio. Find support with family when it comes to mak ing decisions. When one door closes, another one opens. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You have an excuse to get out of town and shake things up a bit. Visit family, maybe, or take a day trip. Make room for love and anything's possible. .. (Dec. 22-Jan.19)-When i! comes tdhi.akirtg '"'money, you have the power. Focus your energy on what it's really attractive to you. Ask a trusted advisor for guidance; ... r .. . BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -A furious Katie confronts Bill when she learns about his latest underhanded scheme; Thomas attempts to talk Hope out oflier plans for her "Hope for the Future" collection; Liam and Steffy patiently await the results of her new brain scan. Bill catches Liam and Steffy off guard; Hope makes a shocking announcement; Katie attempts to thwart Bill's plan againsther; Hope and Brooke have a heart-to-heart discussion. Brooke dispenses sound ad vice to Hope regarding love and fate; a stunning betrayal is re vealed, and Liam's relationships with Bill and Steffy hang in the balance; Hope has a change of heart reg(!rding "Hope for the Future," as well as her own future. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Hope contemplates whether to open Alice's safety-deposit box; Madison reveals her secret plan s with Sami to Brady; Chad and Abigail receive modeling offers; Jennifer and Daniel share a tearful good-bye. Carrie and Austin can't agree on a date night; Rafe is displeased with Sami's secret job, while she revels in it; Nicole bribes Will with an inside job; Bo and Hope turn to Doug and Julie for advice. Sami attempts to sabotage the lavish CW photo shoot starring Gabi and Chad; Will turns down an offer from Sonny; Austin has a surprisingly fun lunch date. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sonny has big news; Michael confides in Sam; Patrick confronts Robin. Olivia questions Lulu; Sonny is surprised by Kate's sudden work-travel plans; Luke delivers breakfast to a couple. Johnny and Anthony have a major argument; Alexis unintentionally makes Sam upset; Michael challenges Dante and Delores. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Nikki is confused by Victor's change of heart; Cane and Genevieve bond over wedding plans. Sharon turns to Avery for legal help; Paul seeks answers from Myrna. Patty 's delusion about Jack and Genevieve grows; Deacon recounts the night of Diane's de ath. : ... rom The Fast The ex,ibits attraction at Florida State Fair. Sabrina and Brenda visited the Florida Highway Patrol display. ' Lisa Marshall, a student at Florida lege Of Business was photographed,at podium of St. Paul Church during a Black History Program. .. Tara Martin, Corey Martin, Yolanda Davies, Anita Martin and Keisha D .avies, visiting Tampa from New Jersey, enjoyed the festivities at the Florida State Fall:. I "' Teachers and assistant teachers (L-R): Lateasha Thomas, Katrina Davis, Constance i Dupont, Mary Ward, La Trona Davis and Linda James, along with grades K-1 thru 4 ofHCC Campus Center of Excellence posed for a school picture. Ul

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0 a: LL. 0 z <( 0 (J) w ::::::1 ... >-0:: w > w 0 w :I: (J) ...J Ill ::::::1 a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::::1 Ill ...J w z i= z w (J) <( 0 a: 0 ...J LL. Local Celebrations David Burgess Celebrates His Birthday Family and friends joined photographer David Burgess at his home recently to celebrate his birth day. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Birthday honoree, popular photographer, David Burgess enjoys his day. Meeting The honoree's daughter, Ashley Burgess with gift for her dad. Mattie was one of the birthday guests. The birthday honoree's sister, Tillie was there.to support her brother. Party DJ, Tom 'Smilin' Robinson handled the music for the event. Black Nurses Association To Meet The Tampa Black Nurses Association will hold an important meeting on Saturday, January 28, 2012, 9 a. m. The meeting will be held at The Open Cafe, 3222 N. 34th St For more information, contact, Leota Gillette, Corresponding Secretary (813-455-5643) or Rosa M. Cambridge, President (813-889-9104). To Be Printed FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 0th Deadline: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1st 3 P.M. NO EXCt=PTIONS! ... ,. .. .. . 0 .. .. l 50th Birthday Celebrated Clarence Crawford recently celebrated his so birthday with family and friends at Manilla Live. Partygoers came dressed in the '6os and '70s style soul theme Crawford had for the party (Pho-tos by Julia Jackson) Cousin Tina enjoyed the party in her stylish outfit. Go-Go boots were stylish back in the day. Ms. Janice shows she can still rock them. Tina, Jill and Mary came over from Orlando to enjoy the party.

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Hospital Emplovees Appointed To New Positions MS. JANET DAVIS Recently, two employees at Tampa General Hospital received promotions. Ms. Deana Nelson, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer announced the promotions. Ms. Janet Davis became the Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer She formerly served as the President of Acute Care. "Janet has been a hard working and loyal employee for many years. She has worked throughout the organization to accomplish many projects that allow us to provide more effective, efficient and high quality MS. VERONICA MARTIN patient care," Ms. Nelson said. Ms. Veronica Martin has assumed the role of Chief Nursing Officer. ''Veronica will continue to be responsible for the Women's and Children's division, an area where she has excelled. She will now assume a greater role in the organization throughout nursing and patient care. "Veronica has been a great addition to Tampa General and we look forward to even bigger and better things from her in the future," Ms. Nelson said. Justice Depanment Approves School Board District Boundaries The Hillsborough County School Board recently received the U. S. Department of Justice approval for its revised sin gle-member voting district boundaries. The School Board unanimously approved the redrawn districts proposed in Alternative D on October 4, 2011, after holding 10 public meetings in conjunction with the Planning Commission and Supervisor of Elections. The public was able to view proposed maps, receive information about the districts, and provide feedback on the four alternatives to change School Board member voting dis tricts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Districts 6 and 7 are coun tywide, at-large districts. The School Board is required by Florida law to revise the single-member districts the year after each decennial census. The 2010 census revealed population shifts among the existing single-member districts. Those shifts resulted in a variation in population growth from one district to another, so boundaries were re-drawn to provide balance among the five districts. For more information on the revised School Board single-member voting dis tricts the revision process, or the report sent to the Department of Justice, go to sdhc.k12.fl.us, and look for "Board Redistricting" under "Important Links." CJ) Get Involved With 2012 Republican Convention c c.. z c: )> Willis K. C. Bowick, President, Mrican American Republican Club of Hillsborough County, encourages African American Republicans, small African American businesses, women and minority-owned businesses to get involved with the 2012 Republican National Convention. The convention will be held in Tampa August 27-30. Your business is required to be certified, licensed, bonded and in good stating to be a part of the 2012 Republican National Convention and the Mrican American Republican Club of Hillsborough County. Get involved and check 1'1) out the rules on the Host Committee website: 1'1) 0 http:/ j2012tampa.comjsma ll-business-network provides important program information and updates. For additional information contact Carlton Lewis, Jr., aarchc@tampabay.rr.com or phone (813) 964-6897. Businesswoman Named To Bav Area Advisorv Board BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, an Internetbased organization announced its list of 2012 Advisory Bqard members. One Tampa businesswoman was among those chosen to serve on the board. Ms. Ebony Grimsley is the Owner and Creative Director for Above Promotions Company, a publicity, marketing and promotions firm She is an industry professional who has been featured on MSNBC.com, the Retail Customer Experience, Mainstreet and other publications, as well as a monthly guest on WEAL 1510 AM in North Carolina. ''I'm looking forward to contributing what I can to help grow the businesses and economy for the Tampa Bay area. It's simply a win win for all of our neighbor hoods," Ms. Grimsley said of the appointment. She is often called upon by businesses, entertainers and non-profits to provide advice and creative strategies for marketing campaigns. She also works with organizations for publicity and crisis communication plans. MS. EBONY GRIMSLEY ... Appointed to LocalShops1.com Board She also serves as the Secretary of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Association of Black Journa1ists, on the Board of Advisors for the Fashion Industry Association and now for LocalShops1.com. Ms. Ester Venouziou, LocalShops1.com founder said "An hour with Ebony is an hour very wellspent! She brings a fresh perspective and innovative ideas to help put small busi nesses in the spotlight. Her advice is practical and targeted, and every time we meet she helps us. stay focused and on budget "We are extremely grate-ful for the support and expertise of our amazing Advisory Board. We are all 0 working together to find more ways to support entre-)> preneurs all over Tampa CJ) m Bay." z The board consists of ::::! eight business members and two shopper members. r;The other board members m are: Brian Butler, of Vistra Communications; Joey Goodrich, of The ::::! House of Renee Originals; Z David Hollowell, of Insurance Underwriters; m Ms. Nancy Howe, of (i) Maddux Business Wire & :X KnowHowe; Ms. Robin King, of Three Birds m Tavern; Ms. Susan Robertson, of the St. Pete Pier; Daniel James Scott, of Gazelle Lab; Ali C: Sutherland Collins of St. rn Petersburg; and Ms. C Claudia Moon Zikuda, of Gulfport. )> LocalShops1.com is one of i the most active advocates "TT for locally owned and oper-::D ated independent business-C es. It was founded in 2008 and offers networking meet ings, store promotions, educational workshops and community events. For more information visit www .localshops1.com.

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N .;-N > a: < :::l z < .., >:' ic( c Firstladv Obama To Visit Tampa en w On Thursday, First Lady Michelle Obama plans to ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. visit three Florida cities. The purpose of the visit is to ad dress healthy eating habits. In Tampa, Mrs. Obama will join Bob Unanue, President of Goya Foods, and other organizations to pro mote their nationwide effort to focus on health issues. In Tampa, they will appear at the National Supermarket, corner of Armenia and Wa ters Avenue. They will promote aU. S Department of Agriculture initiative to help families make healthy choices per taining to their meals. Goya is the nation's largest Hispanic-owned food company. Mrs. Obama will attend Democratic fundraisers in both Sarasota and Palm Beach. 'The Voice Of Our Community Speaking For Itself" 1{ Sentinel Bulletin AMEUCA"S SEM,WBBkLY YOUTH PRAISE RALLY II Featuring Gospel Choir at University of South Saturday, January 28th at 7:00 p.m. College Hill Conference Center 1002 East ML King, Jr. Admission is FREE!!! Come join the Gospel Choir at USF in a praise and worship event for the young and young at heart. Praise Rally to include local Bay area talents of First Baptist Church of Ministry of Praise Dance and Drill Step Team, Gospel Comedian, Da Veil Taylor and other talented artists. Praise RaiiV II AI College Hill Conference Center At 7 P. M. on Saturday, January 28, 2012 a special event for young people will be presented at the College Hill Conference Center fea turing the USF Gospel Choir. The Gospel Choir at USF was designed to encourage, inspire and uplift those that they minister to. They are a group of young adults who GOSPEL CHOIR AT USF profess to be on fire for God. They represent many de nominations coming to gether to serve one God. Ministry of Praise Dance and drill step team, praise and worship leaders, local choirs, gospel comedian, Da Veil Taylor and other local talent will be featured at this event. This exciting evening is presented at no charge. Young people as well as those who are young at heart are encouraged to come out and share in a wholesome, safe atmosphere. The Conference Center is located at 1002 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Tampa. College President Shares His Vision 2020 With Tampa Communitv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor This week, members of the community will welcome Dr. Henry Lewis, III, president of Florida Memo rial University to Tampa. During his visit, Dr. Lewis will share his vision for 202o. Dr. Lewis said Tampa is one of the stops in his tot,Ir,.;, .. '" around the country. "We're trying to make people aware that we are the only histori cally Black institution in South Florida. "We are also the only HBCU (Historically Black College or University) with an Aviation Program. This year, we are offering an Air Traffic Controller Program. We offer five bachelor's degrees in this program," Dr. Lewis said. He further stated that Florida Memorial University trains approximately 35% of all African American teachers and focuses on the areas of Aviation, Education, and Business. Dr. Lewis said the 133year-old university is ripe with history. Formerly lo cated in Jacksonville, James Weldon Johnson wrote the "Life Every Voice and Sing," as a poem, and his brother, John Rosamond DR. HENRY LEWIS, III .. President of Florida Memorial University Johnson, wrote the lyrics to the poem while on the faculty there. The song became the Black National Anthem. He said the school was founded in 1879 in Live Oak as the Florida Baptist Insti tute. It moved to Jacksonville in 1882, and changed its name to Florida Normal and Industrial Institute. In 1918, the college moved to St. Au gustine. Dr. Lewis said in 1968 after someone poured acid into a St Augustine swim ming pool to keep Rev. Dr. Martln Luther King, Jr., from wading in it for the pur pose of integration. The school relocated to South Florida after whites threatened to burn it down during the period of civil unrest. However, Dr. Lewis said the school still owns the 300 acres ofland and plant to establish a branch campus on the property. Dr. Lewis said he is coming to Tampa to concentrate on some of the out standing minority students who he would like, "To come to Miami to achieve their dreams of a college educa tion." A native of Dr. LeWis received his B.S. degree in Pharmacy from Florida A & M University. He earned his Doctor of Phar_. macy from Mercer Univer sity, and completed his post Doctoral training at the Insti tute for Educational Manage ment at Harvard University. He became the 121 h President of Florida Memorial University last year. On Thursday, at 7 p.m., Dr. Bartholomew Banks, pastor of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 E. Chipco Street, and his congregation will host a "Forum with the President" in honor of l)r. Lewis. On Friday, at noon, Dr. Lewis will be the guest of honor at a luncheon at the HiltonTampa Airport, West shore.

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Local HCC Gallerv Hosts Reception For 'Crowns' Artist Gallery 221 at Hillsbor ough Community hosted an artist reception with Michael Cunningham on Tuesday, January 17, 2012. The event was held in con junction with the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival. Cunningham, a Washing ton, D. C. photographer and author of Crowns: Portraits of Black Women In Church Hats, was in attendance. The Crowns exhibit in. eluded over 30 hats loaned by local hat collector, Sharon Thompson. The exhibit and hats from local collectors will be on display through February 29th. Artist Michael Cunningham, left, was introduced by Chloe Coney. Bobbie Blount and Shana Blount show that hats wear perfectly with slacks. Thelma Osborne and Mattie McPherson were at the reception. c !< c.. )> z c: )> :a -< N N 0 ...... N "TT r-0 :!! c )> 0 m z ::::! z m r-aJ c: r rm Participating on the pro gram following the recep tion were: Dr. Mary Bend.icksm:i, Dean, Associ ate in Arts, HCC; Shirley Boyd, Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival Board; Chloe Coney introduced the guest artist for the CDC of Tampa; remarks by Michael Cunningham; and closing remarks by Katherine Gibson, Direc tor, Gallery 221 at HCC. The HCC reception team made the event a success. (Photography by BRUNSON) Phyllis Lawrence stands beside one of the hat displays. Essie Pearl Mobley draws attention with this outfit. Rev. Janet 0. Lee stands beside one of the ::::! Benita Gray and Mia K. Sadler wore hats to the reception. Tony and Minnie Mann attended the reception. Daughter and mother, Tonyatta and Sharon Thompson in their elegant hats. artist's rendering of'Church l{al$.' Gail Brown and Wanda Goodson were among the hat attendees. Young ladies who attended thereception were: Gerline Bonhomme and Bess Georges. Also in attendance were Marina Pilcher, Alicia Smith and Margaret Woodie. z ., c: m r-c;; i:C m c m < m :a -< -f c: m 0 c ?< )> z c "TT :!! c ?<

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Nr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local ; 12th Annual Martin luther King leadershiP luncheon :::;) z c( "") >= c( c en w :::;) .... c a: u. c z c( c en w :::;) .... > a: w > w c w ::I: en :J ID :::;) c. z i= w ...J ...J :::;) ID ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J u. 0 ,.. w The 12th Annual Martin Luther King Heritage Leadership Luncheon was held January 18, 2012 at the University Area Community Center The featured speaker was Reverend Dr. Floyd Flake, Pastor of Greater Allen A. M. E. Cathedral in Jamaica, New York. He was intro-duced by Attorney Warren Hope Dawson. The program Host was Dale Felix. Program participants were: Dan Jurman, Executive Director, University Area Community Development Corporation, Inc.; Cassandra Boothe, Volunteer, Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Inc. and Chloe Coney, District Director to Kathy Castor, U S. Representative, nth :Qistrict of Florida, all of whom brought greetings; Pastor Michael Bouie,. Pastor of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, who brought the invocation and blessed the food; Dr. Samuel Lamar Wright, Sr., founder, Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Inc., gave the occasion; Jessamine Cadenas, musical selection; and closing reflections by Ruby Jackson, co-chair, Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Inc. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Froin left to right: Rev. Michael K. Bouie, Attorney Warren Hope Dawson, Rev. Dr. Floyd Flake and Rev. Dr. Arthur T. Jones. Bishop Robert Register and Dr. Jeffery J. A. Johnson with Rev. Dr; Flake. (Photo by Albert Coleman) Family Affair: Sol DaVis, Sr., Bob Davis and Sol Davis, Jr. attended the Mrs. Joan Dawson, left, and Mrs. Curtiss Wilson with Esther Badger, center. Minister Phyllis Henderson and Katurah Jenk:.. ins-Hall.. James Evans with his latest book. Rev. Kemberly Queen at the luncheon. Richedean Hills-Ackbar and Cahrlotte Ariderson attended the luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred (Eleanor) Dixon at-tended the luncheon. Steven Marshall attended the luncheon. Sonyon N. Muller. Ruby Williams and Pauline Cole were guests.

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Local Businessman Honors Dr. King With oav Of Giving BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The theme for the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., holiday is generally, a da y on, not a day off. This year, one Tampa businessman decided to lead by example. Following the Dr. M. L. King Parade last Monday, more than soo people enjoyed a community cookout. It was sponsored by Tampa businessman Marvin Knight. The event was held at the Oriental Fish Market, corner of E. Lake Avenue and N. 15th Street. "This was our way of giving back to the community. It's our way of coming together, which is what Dr. King stood for. He wanted us to look out for each other. Knight said people from all walks of life were in attendance. The MARVIN crowd included KNIGHT local politicians, professionals, laymen and members of the commu nity He stated that they en joyed a free cookout and that it was a great success. He also stated that several people volunteered their time to make the event successful. "This was the first time that we did this, but we want to continue it throughout the year. This was our way of coming together in honor of Dr. King," Knight said. Retired Militarv Man Receives Prestigious Award BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor A retired military man re ceived a prestigious award after being nominated by his daughter. Theodore Milton, Jr. received the distinguished award for outstanding service to the United States Army, military veterans and his country. He received the U S Army Freedom Team Salute." He received a signed cer tificate, signed by George W. Casey, Jr., General, United States Army Chief of Staff and John M. McHugh, Secretary oftheArmy. The certificate says, ''fo r outstanding service to the Na tion as a United States Army Soldier. You are being recognizedfor your patriotis?n and continued support of the Army family. Your legacy is today's Army and the values soldiers exhibit as they stand in defense of our Country and the world. Their efforts are a direct reflection of your service, and the United States Army and a grateful Nation thanks you." Milton also received an Army lapel pin along with these words: "This lapel pin symbolizes the partnership between our Army, its soldiers their families and veter ans a partnership as old as the Nation itself As our part ner, we hope that you will wear this pin with pride, as a statement of our shared commitm ent to support America's soldiers. We thank you for the honor of your past service with our Army and for your continued support of our sol diers." Milton, .Jr., 67, spends most of his time helpin g mili tary veterans, their widows and surviving family as they work their way through mili tary red tape. Better known as "Ted", Milton is a retired military veteran after spending 21 years in the service. He spent 3 years with the Army, doing 2 tours of duty in VietNam. He was discharged in 1968, but in 1972 he re-enlisted with the Navy. He has been an active member of the local VFW Post 1339 and served as the Post Commander. He is a member of College Hill Church of God in Christ, where he does a great deal of community work. His wife is Linda Milton. He is the father of 4 children and has 13 grandchildren SSgt. Saundra M. Lee nominated her father for this award. She is currently serving active duty in th e U S. Army, continuing the long tradition of service to her Country as shown by her father. Award Recipient Shared Experience With Dr. Ike Tribble BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several individuals from the community were recog nized last week during the Annual M. L. King Leader ship Breakfast. One of those honored, and who was caught totally by surprise, was Mrs. Chloe Coney. A Tampa native, Mrs. Coney serves as the District Director for U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor. However, events from that morning took her back in his tory. Mrs. Coney became the recipient of the prestigious "Ike Tribble Civic Leadership Award." She was chosen because of her accom plishments with the Corporation to Develop Commmiities, Inc. "I was totally surprised, everyone kept it away from me. You never do things by yourself, you must always have the help and support of others. But sometimes you think your labor of love has been forgotten. Mrs. Chloe Coney is shown with her husband, Rev. Ernest Coney, Sr., her son, Ernest, Jr., and his wife, Anika Coney at the presentation of the award. "June will mark the 40th anniversary of my becoming a Probation and Parole Offi cer. I was the first Black fe male in that position, and I can share some stories. How ever, the late Judge George Edgecomb and Attorney Delano Stewart trained me. Those were difficult times. We paid the price to be the "first." "When I began the CDC, Dr. Ike Tribble was the first Black President of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce. 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ocal Port Tampa Patriarch Gets BabJ'S Baptism Special Recognition :;:) z <( "") (/) w :;:) 1-c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w :;:) 1-w > w c w :::z::: (/) ::::i m :;:) c. z tu ..J ..J :;:) m ..J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J LL. N ,... BERNARD RAWlS, SR. On January 14, Bernard Rawls, Sr. was born in Port Tampa City, Florida. Because of his lifelong dedication to his community and the growth of the Port Tampa area, Mr. Rawls was presented a special procla mation from Congresswoman Kathy Castor, congratulating him on his goth birthday, and giving him special recognition for his untiring)Vork. Mr. Rawls was drafted into the Army Air Corps in 1942 during World War II, and was honorably dis charged. He later went to work for Florida Power and Light Company for 26 years, and retired. Before he allowed himself to get settled into re tirement, Mr. Rawls went to work at MacDill Air Force Base for the next 15 years, and in 2007 at the age of 86, retired from that job. According to his daughter, Tonya Wideman, he con tinues to do yard work throughout the Port Tampa area, against the wishes of his family who fear for his health. "If there is one thing my father is proud of more than anything else, it's that he got to vote for the first black President of the United States. "My father told me he's happy to see things begin to change. He said he never thought he'd see it happen." Mr. Rawls is truly a of history, and considers his 93-year-old sister, Mrs . Dorothy Farmer, equally i'The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 Full Breakfast (meat or wings) Great Subs, Sandwiches &Sides Catering or Reserve Our Restaurant for Private Parties EZ Access & .Fast-Service Supdowl Blowout Pre-Order for pick up or delivery r--.., L j !IJgtn_aJ J -Family and friends gathered at St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church recently for the baptism ceremony for little Marvin Martin, III. Attending the event -were, from left: uncle, Morris Martin, godrhother of Marvin, Jr., Diane Davis; proud. grandpa, Marvin Martin, Dr. !delia Phillips, little Marvin, III, -Marvin, Jr.,' and Yolanda Pittman. Pastor E. Flemister participated in the ceremony that included the toddler's first Christian walk. (Photo by Julia Jackson) Bethune-Cookman Universitv President Trudie .Kibbe Reed To Retire Daytona Beach -Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed is stepping down from her rqle as president of Bethune Cookman University (B-CU). At the age of 64, Reed has made the decision to enter retirement after Seven and a half years of service to the i!J-stitution. During her tenure, Bethune-Cookman achieved university status with the launch of its first degree program in transfor mative ieadership, earned its highest enrollment in his tory, graduated its largest class on record, received an 'A' bond rating and improved DR. TRUDIE KIBBE REED its physical plant by building several new buildings on campus, which were fully paid for without debt to the university. When Reed crrrived at Bethune-Cookman, the en dowment was $28 million and has increased to $43 million today. Additionally, the univer sity has seven ac.;. creditations in approximately 18 months, including reaffirmation of accreditation with no recom mendations for improve ment from the Southem Association of Colleges and : Schools Commission on Colleges. Reed will remain at the University during this transi tion until a departure date is determined by board of trustees . Sherin's Oftice To Host 'Bania 01 The .cBelts' Award Ceremonv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, Colonel Greg Brown and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office will host the Battle of the Belts Awards Ceremony. The event will take place at Blake High School, 1701 N. Boule vard, beginning at 9:30 a.m. The Battle of the Belts Ini tiative consists of the Hills borough County Sheriffs Office with schools to increase seat belt usage among teenage drivers and their passengers. Statistics show that teenagers have the highest fatality rate in motor vehicle accidents. The com petition was initiated in an effort to bring about aware ness and change. The keynote speaker for the event is Ms. Laura Marchetti. Ms. Debbie Carter, spokesperson for the Hills borough CountySheriffs Office said the competition takes place for one week in December. The students par ticipate in the event, how ever; they don't know who is watching as they come and leave the school. The scores of wearing seat belts are kept and compared to other schools. The awards will be pre sented to the following school$ in each category. King High School won first place with 100% in the "Highest Percent" Cate gory. Durant High School captured second place with 99-3%. The first place "Most Improved Percent" Award will be presented to Spoto High School with 32.8%. Tampa Bay Technical High School earned second place with22.6%. The first place a':Vard fQr "Best PSA" goes .to Blake High School, Lennard High School earned second place, and Spoto High School captured third place. The first place "Best Poster" Award goes to Armwood High .School and second place goes to Tampa Bay Technical High School. Blake High School won "Special Merit" in that category. The final category in the awards presentation is for "Best Overall Campaign." Blake High School captured first place, Lennard High School, earned second ap.d Spoto High School won third place.

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Local c Student Begins InternshiP At Propertv Appraiser's Office BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Komlan Anyinefa, a na tive ofTogo, West Africa, came to Tampa in May of 2007, hav ing completed his education in his native country. He learned that his credits were not trans ferable to this country and he would have to start over began his internship at the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser's Office. His goal is to become an attorney. He will complete his internship on May 1st. At the Property Appraiser s Office, Anyinefa is one of the paralegal student interns for Will Shepherd, General Counsel. Anyinefa said that al though he completed his edu cation in Togo, he could not find employment. He applied for a Visa to join his two sisters (one lives in Brandon) in the United States. Instead of becoming disil lusioned and discarding his dream of becoming an attorney, Anyinefa found employ ment. He is currently a full time Security Officer at Tampa International Airport. He's also a full time student at the Ybor City Campus of Hillsbor ough Community College. Anyinefa serves as the Vice President of the Student Paralegal Association at HCC, Ybor Campus. He will finish in August. Now, the young man is in the process of becoming aU. S. citizen. In comparing the two cul tures, Anyinefa said in his home, adult children live with their parents until they be came self-sufficient. However, in this country, adult children learn independence. Komlan Anyinefa, center, began his internship at the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser's Office earlier this month. He is shown with Rob Turner, Hillsborough County Property Appraiser, left, and Will Shepherd, General Counsel. Recently, (January 1oth) the Legal Assistant major on Celebration "The language was very hard, I had to learn to pro nounce words differently. Over here, you are almost on New Year's Eve Celebration The Purple Passion Elks Support Group held their New Year s Eve event at the Elks Lounge. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Members of the Purple Passion Elks Support Group, Alberta Harris, Doris Cannon and VaularDene Rouse presented the "Man of the Year" award to Willie C. (Smooth) Robinson. Ike Anderson and Shentell CYNTHIA BOWDEN Geraldine Williams-Shaw and her son, Walter Smith, II were among those in attendance. Williams were at the New Cynthia Brady was in atten-Year's Eve event. dance. your own and must take care of yourself. If you are not strong, you will become dis couraged. I had to wait two years to start school," )> Anyinefa said. He also said that he has )> learned how to drive and he is :::c -< having a good experience N meeting people. In his native land, Anyinefa, 32 has completed college. The foreign languages he chose to study French, Eng lish and German. He also studied his local language, Ewe. After graduation, Anyinefa plans to take the CLA (Certified Paralegal Exam) and continue his edu cation. His goal is to practice law and teach at a university. Among his special interests Anyinefa lists writing French poetry, the language of com merce in Togo, and he is studying inspirational chil dren's books in English. Anyinefa said in he also plans tohelp his parents, 2 brothers, and 2 sisters he left at home. G') m EXALTED RULER ELGIN FRANKLIN MS. DIVA AND MR. DIVO PAT PITI'S AND WILL HILL .... w

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N Local oo:t N > a: < :::) z < ""') c en w :::) Citv 01 Tampa Black Historv Celebration Set For Februarv 8th 1-The members of the City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. are, first row, left to right: Sha'Wn-Ta Wilson, Shirley Foxx-Knowles, Gregory Hart, Tonja Brickhouse, Bettye Honeywell Johnson, Dian DaVis, La Tasha Hicks, President Frank Crum, Debbie Mercer, Lenoir ;Russell, Alexandra Hobson, Wanda Thompson, BJ Slatton and Arthur Parker. On the second row.are: James Jackson, Tom Forward, Regina Lock-DePass, Alvin Holder, Chauncia Willis, Jasmine Arenas, Jevon Harvin, Vivian Walker, Oliver Greene, Ed Johnson and Rocky Ratliff. Members of the City of ing is available in the Concredit management and gen-Tampa Black History Comvention Center Garage. erational wealth. The keynote o mittee are putting the final Rod Carter, News Anaddress will be delivered by ii: touches on the 24th Annual chor for WFLA Channel 8, Pamala McCoy, CEO of LL <;::ity of Tampa Black History will serve as the master of Bonasd Credit Consultants. Celebration. The event is ceremonies. During the celebration, < slated for Wednesday, FebruThe theme for this year's the Distinguished Men of ary 8, 2012; 11 a. m. at the program is "Reigning In FiBrass will entertain the audi-O Tampa Convention Center nance: Reshaping The Amerence with tunes covering a ffi Ballroom C. This commuican Dream." The theme will wide range of music. Detec-:::l nity-oriented event is free focus on the correlation betive Sonja Wise of the 1-> and open to the public. Parktween affordable housing, Tampa Police Dept. and a: Linda Williams, City of Tampa Wastewater em ployee, accompanied by Carrie Williams, will perform during the celebration. Also on the program will be Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Tampa City Coun cilman Frank Reddick. Prior to the celebration, students from public and pri vate schools will host the Black History "Living Mu seum" in Ballroom D. For more information about the program, contact Fra:Dk Crum, President, Tampa Bay Black History Committee, Inc., at (813) 274-7032 or via email, frank.crum@tampagov.net; or Lenoir Russell at (813) 274-7908 -or via email, lenoir.russell@tampagov.net w > w c w ::I: en :J m :::) a. Fifth Third Bank Pres_ents $80,000 -Check To Black Business Investment Corp. Trumpet Awards Delivers Notable Honors z i= w -I .-I :::) m On Thursday, members of Fifth Third Bank presented an $8o,ooo check to the Tampa Bay Black Business Investment Corp., (TBBBIC) nonprofit corporation that provides loans to help viable minority-owned businesses grow. The funds are earmarked to expand the organization's contractor loan program to include all minority-owned businesses in Tampa Bay. The program helps s:m,all business owners make ends meet between invoicing and payment by loaning capital to in short-term increments, assisting with cash flow and affording.them the opportunity to seek more work in the interim. Among those in attendance at the presentation are from left to right: Michelle Manor, Former Chair of the TBBBIC; Ed oo:t Newton, Chairman of the TBBBIC; Curtis Stokes, Vice Pres,... ident of CRA, Fifth Third Bank (Tampa Bay); Frances WimW berly, President of TBBBIC; Eric Brown, Chairman of the TBBBIC; and Brian Lamb, President of Fifth Third Bank a. (Tampa Bay). From left to right: Mayor Cory Booker, Emmitt and Pat Smith, Ted Turner, Mary Parker, Aretha Franklin, Tyrese Gibson, Xernona Clayton, Dr. Levi Watkins, Jr., U.S. Ambassador Nicole Avant, Earth, Wind & Fire (Ralph Johnson, Phillip Bailey and Verdine White). ATLANTA, GA Many of the best and brightest achiev ers .in the African American worldwide community, cou. pled with those individuals who have supported the African American cause for racial justice, gathered the st11ge of the 201 h Annual Trumpet Awards to receive a once-in-a-lifetime salute for their dedication, hard work, and remarkable achieve ments. The star-studded event, often referred to as the "Os cars" for Black America, took place at the Cobb Energy Center in Atlanta (GA) on Satur day, January ih and was hosted by Wayne Brady. Honorees for the 2012 Trumpet Awards included: Earth, Wind & Fire, receiv ing the Lifetime Achievement Award; Rev. C. L. Franklin (accepted by his daughter, Aretha Franklin), receiving the Civil Rights Award; Ted Turner, receiving the Golden Trumpet Award; Dr. Levi Watkins, Jr., honored for his achievements in medicine; Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Smith, receiving the Human itarian Award; Mayor Cory A. Booker, honored for his political leadership achieve ments; U.S. Ambassador Nicole Avant, receiving the International Award; Mary Parker, honored for her achievements in business; Tyrese Gibson, receiving the Pinnacle Award No. 1 at box office; and a group of 17 Afiican American men and women who are Hqtel Gen. eral Managers and are being honored for breaking the glass ceiling in the hotel industry. Ms. Xerno_na Clayton, creator of the Trumpet Awards anq executive pro ducer of the show, presented Ted Turner, her former boss and the creative mind b ehind Turner Networks and CNN, with the preeminent award for the evening the Golden Trumpet. The famed "Red Carpet" of Trumpet Awards rolled out and welcomed -an interna tional cast of who) who in the areas ofi religion, politics, pub lic service, law, sports and entertainment.

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Loca Entertainment Karaoke Night A local nightspot hosts 'Karaoke Night' for all up and com ing artists -whether you sing, dance, rap or tell jokes karaoke night is for you! Sir Vogue is doing his thing at KoKo's Karoke Night. Ms. Dawn has the microphone. Lewis steps up to the mike. Ms. Div a enjoyed the evening. Barb had het time before those in the club. Tiffany and Li zzy watche d all the competitors Pre-New Year's Eve Panv C/) c c.. )> z HBIC Events, Inc. held its Pre-New Year'e Eve Party at the IMAX on Channelside. The event C: was hosted by Chrissy Lampkin and Jim Jones performed. Opening acts for the event were )> Shorty Roc, Jitt World and Made Mann. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Frederico Brown was there, dressed to impress. Karen King was there waiting on the excitement to begin. Stephanie Carner was at the Love & Hip Hop event. Surprise Partv For OJ "'tJ c: m c A surprise DJ Party was held for the host DJ, Randall 'C' at Tampa Live. {Photos by Julia Jackson) m c JoAnn Larry was at the party. Patricia Mingo was a lso there. Percy Davis was at the club for the event. ..... 01

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0 S rts Kobe Brvant's Divorce a: Could Cost Him $15 Million <( c en w ::J 1-c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::J 1-w > w c w :::z::: en :J ID KOBE BRYANT AND VANESSA BRYANT Kobe Bryant will reportedly have to fork over at least half of his assets totaling $75 million to his soon-to-be ex-wife, Vanessa Bryant. Turns out their decision to not get a prenuptial agreement could take a seri ous toll on his bank account. Christopher C. Melcher, a Los Angelesarea family law attorney, said that a prenup could have limited the rights for spousal support and some property rights for his soon to-be ex-wife, Vanessa. Bryant's net worth has been estimated by some to be as much as $150 million. Carlos Pena Heading BackToRavs CARLOSPENA Carlos Pena will head back to Florida in a return to the Tampa Bay Rays, according to a report. The free agent first baseman will sign a one-year deal worth $7.25 million. The 33-year-old hit .225 for the Chicago Cubs last season with 28 home runs and 84 RBI. Pena played for the Rays from 2007-10, helping Tampa Bay to their first American League title in 2008. ::J Terrell Owens To Plav w For Allen wranglers ID ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u.. <0 ,.... former Dallas Cowboys receiver (and former 49er, Eagle, Bill and Bengal) confirmed in a brief online video that he is coming to the Indoor Football League. "That's right-IFL, here I come," Owens said. "Allen, Texas, here I come."Owens also tweeted a link to the video. Rumors surfaced last month that T.O. was in talks with the Allen Wranglers. Fish *Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap H Live Blue Crabs Bucs looking For Deep Threat At Receiver We hear the Buccaneers believe they need to add a legitimate vertical threat to bolster a receiver corps that very rarely gained yards in big chunks during their dis appointing 2011 season. Ochocinco Travels To Florida For Father's Funeral CHAD OCHOCINCO Patriots WR Chad Ochocinco went to Florida on Friday night, but plans to returned for Sunday's AFC championship game. Ochocinco, who had 15 catches for 276 yards and one touchdown during the regular season, was on the field for only one offensive snap against Denver. BengalsWR Indicted JEROME SIMPSON COVINGTON, Ky. Cincinnati Bengals receiver Jerome Simpson was indicted on Thursday for marijuana trafficking, leav ing him subject to a jail sen tence and punishment from the NFL. A Kenton County grand jury indicted the four-year veteran on one count of marijuana trafficking in excess of 8 ounces, a felony count that carries up to five years in jail. He's scheduled for arraignm e nt on Jan. 30. Simpson is the third Bengals player to get in trouble with the law since last July. Spike lee Presents President Obama With A Special Pair 01 Air Jordans SPIKE LEE AND PRESIDENT OBAMA Spike Lee posed with Pres. Barack Obama, and a particularly fetching pair of Air Jordan sneakers that Lee (a Nike endorser) apparently gave to the com mander-in-chief. This particular style of J ordans will come out in February under the "Bordeaux" title,-they'll be priced at $175 a pair. The shoes also feature Spike's "40 Acres and a Mule" logo (the famed name of Lee's production company). Cam Newton Headed For Pro Bowl Eli Manning is going to the Super Bowl, but Cam Newton is going to the Pro Bowl. With the New York Giants going to Indianapolis, Manning won't be able to make the trip to Hawaii Manning originally had been selected to join New Orleans' Drew Brees and Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers as the NFC quar terbacks. Without Manning, Newton was the next man up. He was the NFC's first alternate at quarterback. Newton had a spectacular rookie season as he set a new CAMNEWfON first-year record for passing yards. He'll join receiver Steve Smith and center Ban Kalil, who were voted in previously, as Carolina's representatives at the Pro Bowl. Steelers Sign Former Reisman Winner QB Trov Smith_ PITTSBURGH -The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed 2006 Reisman Trophy quarterback Troy Smith to a reserve/futures contract Smith spent three seasons with the Baltimore Rav e ns from 2007-09 beat ing the Steelers as a rookie starter in 2007. He was with the San Francisco 49ers in 2010. He last played with the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League Pittsburgh quarterbacks Byron Leftwich and TROY SMITH Charlie Batch will become unrestricted free agents in the offseason, and Smith gives the team depth heading into mini-camp and organized team activities.

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Sports BEAUIY UNUMII ED m Tampa Native causes Fumble That Sends Giants To Super Bowl In two weeks, the New York Giants will once again face the New England Patriots in a Super Bowl after their 20-17 overtime win over the San Francisco 49ers: The game will be a rematch of the 2007 contest that saw the Giants pull out a 17-14 win. In Sunday's contest, Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes booted a 31-yard field goal with 7:06 left in overtime for the victory, but none of that would have happened without a critical play by linebacker, Jacquain Williams. JACQUIAN WILLIAMS JASON PIERRE-PAUL Williams, a Tampa native and former University of South Florida player, stripped punt returner, Kyle Williams, of the ball, and it was recov ered by Devin Thomas at the 24-yard line of the 49ers. Jacquian Williams strips the ball from Kyle Williams. Williams' college and junior college teammate, Jason Pierre-Paul, also had an outstanding evening, recording 5 tackles, 1 assist Mavweather Donates $100,000 To Breast Cancer FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. LAS VEGAS -Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. has made good on a promise to a Nevada judge to donate $1oo,ooo to a breast cancer support organization. The undefeated fighter gave the money Wednesday to officials from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure research and support foundation The presentation was made dur ing a news event at his gym in Las Vegas. Foundation executive Stephanie Kirby said the donation will go a long way at the Las Vegas nonprofit, which operates with about a $1 million annual budget Mayweather's lawyers promised the judge who sentenced Mayweather in December in a domestic battery case that the boxer would make the donation. Mayweather is due to serve a 90-day jail sentence in the case beginning June 1 Eva lonuoria Removes Tanoo 01 Tonv Parker's Jersev Number Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria is in the process of getting a tattoo removed. The EVA tattoo of the LONGORIA number 9 spelled out, which is the jersey number of her now ex-husband, San Antonio Spurs point guard, Tony Parker. Eva Longoria is doing her best to erase reminders of her ex. The 36-year-old began the final process of having her 'nine' inking cleared from her skin The actress got the tattoo as a symbol of her ex-partner -whom she filed for divorce from in November. on a tackle, and sharing a sack with a teammate. Pacman Jones Pleads Guiltv ADAM 'PACMAN'' JONES Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones pleaded guilty Wednesday. to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. Jones entered the plea in Hamilton County Municipal Court just as his non-jury trial was scheduled to begin. A second misdemeanor charge of resist ing arrest was dismissed in a plea agreement with pros ecutors. Judge Brad Greenberg ordered Jones to serve a year of probation, complete 50 hours of community service and pay a $250 fine plus court costs. Jones could have received a maximum jail sentence of 30 days. BELLA NYKOLE This Beauty Unlimited feature is Bella Nykole, who was our Spotlight feature last Friday. This young lady's hobbies are modeling aild hanging out with her kids. Bella Nykole said her motto. is: "God doesn't put anything on you that you can't handle. Let go and let God. Everything happens for a rea son, and the best revenge is success." The man in Bella Nykole's life must be goal oriented, down to earth, funny, smart, tall, handsome, and he must have a job, of course. Congratulations to Bella Nykole 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, Includ Ing a contact number to: lcrews@flsentlnel.com. NFl Super BowlllVI Sunday,Feb.s )> 1\) oo4 oo4 ., r 0 :a 6 )> en m z ::! z m r m c: r r m ::! z c: m r u; X m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c ., :a c Giants vs. Patriots -6:30 PM NBC ...

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.-ntertainment Ena James Dies Heidi Klum And Seal ReportediV Filing For Divorce Rick Ross Denies Paternitv 013-Year-Oid Child > a: The world begins a long goodbye with one of the Z most preeminent voices in soul music. Etta James has died to due to complications from leukemia at age 73 ffi Though Etta James' star :::J never rose as high as, say, t-that of Aretha Franklin, c the blues singer was just as influential, and her b-side releases garnered a new found interest following the 2008 release of Cadillac Records, a film that looked at the growth power and in fluence of Chess Records. Along with her Chess Records contemporaries, James helped to round out the sound of rock 'n' roll. In the process, her voice be came a blueprint for female vocalists. Along with her deeply textured, soul-stir ring vocals, James gifted the world with one of the most well-known songs cel ebrating love, ''At Last." The song found new life iii ETIAJAMES 2008 when Beyonce Knowles produced and co starred in Cadillac Records, the film about the creation and fall -of Chess Records. In the film, Knowles brought James' troubled life to the silver screen. Knowles also sang the bluesy ballad to President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, as they danced their first dance at an inau gural ball. a: LL c z <( Red Tails' Holds Its Own At The Box Office c en w :::J .... w > w c w :I: THE ORIGINAL RED TAIL PILOTS Arid CUBA GOODID lNG, JR. And TERRENCE HOWARD IN 'RED TAILS' :::J Q, z i= w ..J ..J :::J m Opening in second place was "Red Ta.ils" from execu tive producer George Lucas; about the Tuskegee Airmen who were the first ..J black fighter pilots to serve in Wofld War II. i= It made an estimated a:J $19.1M, according to 2oth en Century Fox, which was well above expectations; the stuii: dio hoped to reach double 0 digits, said Chris Aronson, executive vice president of domestic distribution. 1. "Underworld Awaken-ing," $25-4M. 2. "Red Tails," $19.1M. 3. "Contraband," $12.2M 4 "Extremely Loud & In-credibly Close," $10.5M. s. "Haywire," $9M. 6. "Beauty and the Beast," $8.6M (3-D). 7 ''Joyful Noise," $6.1M. 8. "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol," $s.sM. 9 "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows," $4.8M. ($18.1M international). 10. "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," $3.75M. SEAL AND HEIDIKLUM One of the most beautiful and popular celebrity cou ples are apparently going their separate ways. Despite a seemingly happy 7-year marriage singer Seal and suHeidi Klum are reportedly divorcing. Klum, 38, and Seal, 48, married in 2005 on a beach in Mexico. They have three biological children together, in addition to Heidi's daughter Leni from a previous relationship. The stylish couple was widely known for their lavish Halloween parties (and equally outlandish couple costumes). They also re newed their vows every year in elaborate ceremonies. Renowned Jamaican Producer Dies At65 WINSTON RILEY KINGSTON, JAMAIC4, ,7:Innovative reggae producer, Winston Riley has died from complications of a gun shot wound in Jamaica. His son, Kurt Riley says the 65-year-old producer died Thursday at University Hospital of the West Indies, where he had been a patient since he was shot in the head at his house in November. Riley also had been shot in August and stabbed in September. His record store in Kingston's downtown business district was burned down several years ago. Po_lice have said they know of no motives. Riley worked with musi cians including Gregory Isaacs, Johnny Osbourne, Sister Nancy and Buju Banton. He is cred it ed with creating the stalag rhythm, which later influ enced hip-h op a nd danc e hall A woman filed a lawsuit against rapper Rick Ross, claiming that he owes her three years worth of child support. Ross has denied the accusations and de mands a paternity test. The woman, who lives off her dis ability checks claims that Ross is aware that he is the father of her child. Tyrisha Childers, 36, claims Ross got her preg nant a few years ago and has not paid any child support for her 3-year old child. According to documents, Childers also has zero in come aside from $694 a month in dis ability pay-RICK ROSS ments. This is all news to Ross, who claims he never even slept with Childers. zoe Saldana.Helps Elderlv Woman After Car Accident Apparently, action film star Zoe Saldana is a hero in real life too. The actress stood by the side of a woman who needed her help after being involved in a car crash. Saldana cared for the bloodied woman and made the 911 call for help. Zoe Saldana has played an action hero on the big screen. T h e Ava t a r star, 33, rushed to the aid of the elderly woman. S a 1 -ZOE dana and SALDANA another passerby trans. ported the woman who was conscious but injured from her car to the curb. Rihanna Takes Over Kobe's Table At Basketball Bash Rihanna allegedly stole Kobe Bryant's table at a party filled with NBA stars. She ar rived at a party for Clippers star Chris Paul's new shoe line--the Jordan CP3.V. Rihanna and her friends grabbed Bryant's table as he was leaving the club. The R&B star, who was re cently spotted at a Clippers game, arrived just as Bryant was leaving the bash, which was held at Greystone Manor in Los Angeles. As for the newly-single Bryant, he headed to the party after flying back to town from Salt Lake City, where his team, L...-----__J the Lakers, RIHANNA played the Utah Jazz. And once inside, he stuck to his table se cluded behind the deejay booth and across the room from Paul. 1-Factor's Astro Signs Record. Deal After an impressive run on FOX's Hit Series, X-Factor, Brian "Astro" Bradley has reportedly inked a deal withhis mentor, L.A. Reid, at Epic Records. Once the Brooklyn rapper was eliminated on the De. cember 1st, episode, there were rumors that the 15 year old would be signing with Jay-Z's Roc Nation label. However, Astro's stepfa ther, Colin West, couldn't confirm that to be th e truth. Astro will be formally an nounced his new record deal on the January 18th ep isode of MTV 'RapFix L iv e'

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Funerals/Memoriam National rn MR. WAYNE LAVAL BEVEL Homegoing services for Mr. Wayne Laval Bevel of Tampa, who passed away Friday, January 13, 2012, will be held on Thursday, January 26, 2012, at 12 p. m. at Center for Manifestation Church, 3102, Pastor Mark T. Jones, officiating. Interment will be in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Wayne Laval Bevel was anative of Tampa, born August 8 1950, to the late Mamie Lou Bevel. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends playing cards, dancing, reading, watching movies. He also loved to cook, laugh and have fun entertaining his loved ones. Wayne was a veteran of the United States Army. Wayne was preceded in death by: his mother, and brother, Sinclair Bevel. He leaves to cherish his fond memories: wife, Patricia Bevel; children, Tonya Thomas, W endy Hiraldo and husband, Frederick, Tamara Bevel and Dont'a Glanville; godchildren, Latisha Simms and family and Kenny Lofton; brothers, Frank and Franklin Bevel; sisters, Frances Griffin and Pamela Jackson; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. The viewing will be held 1 hour before the service at the church. Fanilly and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service on Thursday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Fax (813) 231-0521 letour fumil ytakecaieofyourfumily. "'We are the keytna fine andqualityselVice" MS. VICKY SHIRELLE POWELL Ms. Vicky Shirelle Powell of 9801 Cabernet Avenue, passed away Friday, January 20, 2012. Funeral services will be ducted Friday, January 27; 2012, at 11 a. m. at Allen Temple A.M. E. Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, with Rev. Michael K. Bouie, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born October 26, 1961, to the late Tom Powell and Delodis Williams, Miss "Vicky" was a native of Tampa and a resident for 50 years. She attended the local schools of Hillsborough County. Baptized at an early age, Miss "Vicky" was a member of New Hope Missionary Baptis t Church and True Faith Inspirational Church. She was also a student at Reese' s Group Home, Inc., DPA Reese Support Services. She was preceded in death by her sister, Shirley A. Grimsley. She leaves to cherish her memory: sisters, Leola Shellman, Essie Coleman and Catherine Soartey; aunt, Mae Frances Rise, Plymouth, MA; nephews, Calvin E. Coleman, Jr. (Denise), Gregory K. Soarrey (Shelia), Sam H. Grimsley, Jr. and Arthur C. Shellman, all of Tampa; nieces, Sandra M. Bell (Marvin), Tracey Y. Marshall, Meritha M. Bennefield (Gray), Alicia C. Shellman and Michelle Y. Coleman (Bernard), all. of Tampa; grandnephews, Antonio R. Bennefield, Antwuan D. Bennefield, Gregory K. Soarrey, Jr., Marvin A. Bell, II, Donte Allen, Jerel Cotney, Markeem A. Bell and Jakobe Cotney, all of Tampa; grandnieces, Nicolya D. Coleman, Candice Davis (Sharif), Shakena Soarrey, Tynesia N. Coleman (Dwight), Shanithia Hobbs, Arielle D. Daniel (Rakeli), Marialle A. Bell and Mariyah A. Bell, all of Tampa; and a host of other grieving relatives, truly devoted friends, and caregivers. The remains will repose from 9 -11 a. m. at Allen T emple A M. E Chmch, Friday, January 27, 2012. Arrangements entrus t e d to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Wayne Bevel, Tampa. Mr. James Ira Byrd, Apollo Beach. Mrs Rethie Underwood, Tampa. GUDES FUNERAl HOME Nasir Milliner, Tampa. IN LOVING MEMORY MR. THEODORE R. LEEK, JR. October 21, 1921-November 10, 1973 MR. AUSTIN L. LEEK May 17,1926-December 13, 2002 Gone, but not forgotten. We love and miss you. The Leek family. National Pres. Obama State Of The Union: A Recoverv 'For Evervone' WASHINGTON -Vilifie d b y the Republic a ns who want hi s job, President Barack Obama will stand before the na tion Tue sday night d e termin e d t o frame th e electiony ear debate on his terms usin g his Stat e of th e Union a ddress t o outlin e a l a sting econ o mic r e c o very th a t Vvill work for every on e As his most powerful chanc e to make a case for a second term the prime-time spee c h carrie s enormous political stakes for the D e mocratic incumbent who pr e side s o v er a c ountry divided. In a pr evie w Saturda y Pres. Obama s a id in a video to sup port e rs that th e speech will be an e conomic blu e print built around m a nufa c turin g energy, e duca tion and Ameri c an values. Lt. Col. Luke Weathers Jr.: Tuskegee Airman Buried At ARLINGTON, VA-On the same day that retired Air Force Lt. Col. Luke Weathers, Jr. took his resting place amon g other war and military heroes his real-life story as a World War II aviator played out on movie screens across the coun try Weathers was buried Fri day at Arlington National Cemetery in a service that began with a flyover of four F-16 jets in the Missing Man for mation, a special honor reserved for pilots, by the 113th Wing of the D.C. Capital Guatdians, the same unit that guards the airspace over the nation s c a pital Weathers died Oct. 15 in Tucson Ari z., of pn e umonia a t age 90. Hi s burial coincided with th e official op e nin g in the a ters of R e d Tail s," a George Lucas-pro duc e d m ov i e ret e lling the s to ry of the Tuskege e A irm e n who d e bunked wid e l y held beli e f s tha t bla c k pilot s we r e inc a p a bl e of WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Johnnie Mae Ingram, Tampa. Retired MSgt. Betty Ann Kelly, Tampa. Mr. Melvin James Rolfe, Jr., Tampa. Elder Hosea C. Whitehurst, Tampa. Ms. Oretha Wright, Tampa. Friends and family of former Tuskegee airman, retired Lt. Col. Luke Weathers, Jr. gather around his casket during burial services at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. fighting in combat. Shortly after the flyover, in which one -of the three jets de parted from formation, a cais son pulled by six horses carried Weathers' bod y to hi s burial s p o t a mid hundreds of the sta rk marble tombstones that c ove r the gr ounds of the n a ti o nal cem e t e ry. An Air Forc e b and a ccomp a nied the wagon it s drumme r thumping a s o lemn beat a s fam i l y followed on the chilly, overcast Frida y morning. Family members wore red ties and scarves, as they had at Weathers' Mem phis funeral a s a nod to the aviators who painted their air crafts tails red to set them-selves apart. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www:wilson-funeralhome.com. President Obama Sings :;: AI The Apollo President Obama hosted a fundraiser at New York City-'s famed Apollo Theater in Harlem. And he decided to give a little im promptu performance. During his remarks, the pres ident launched into a line of the Reverend AI Green's 1972 hit "Let s Stay Together to the ex treme delight of the 1,400 donors in the audience Those guys didn't think I would do it," says President Obama. Don t worry Rev., I cannot sing like you, but I jus t w ant to show m y appreciation." Green performed later that night. )> N N 0 N r-0 :::0 c )> (/) m z Georgia Judge Orders Pres. Obama To Appear In Court A Georgia judge has ordered President Barack Obama to "lJ appear m court in Atlanta Thursday for a hearing on a rcomplaint that sa y s Pres. en Obama isn'l: a natural-born citizen and can't be president c Orly Taitz, the California m who brought the legal challenge to Pres. Obama's name on the March Georgia presidential primary ballot, C: says this is what she has been rn working for over the last three C years Taitz said she expects the )> president's legal team to fight his appearance in the Georgia ., court Four More Band Members Charged With Hazing At Florida A&M Universitv TALLAHASS E E FL Pled g e s of a Florida A&M marching band club known as the Clones were punched or p a ddled while they pla yed music during a hazing initia tion, according to police records released Friday. Four band members were arrested in the beatings and charged with hazing. It's the latest fallout of the famed Marching 100 band. FAMU's band director had told university police about hazing among the Clones, a group within the band' s clarinet sec tion, a police report said c The four students arrested were: Denise Bailey, 22; Brandon Benson, 23 ; Ha-G') keem Birch, 21; and An-m thony Mingo, 22.

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Crime Arrest Made In Shooting DEVYNHARDY ... Shooting Victim On Saturday at 5:35 p. m., Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that two men were seen on a surveillance camera with Devyn Hardy, 19, as he was entering his apartment > on Ricky Circle. On the same surveillance 0: footage, the two men who I.L accompani .ed Hardy were seen leaving quickly, and a c: .p o J :.c: -: :;<; Before ,o .... :cc wS ,cnc I :. tt: .. .jdJ f :":-,1''(: :x :: : .. :, ,,

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INVITATION TO BID Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc. invites all City of St. Petersburg Certified SBE Subcontractors and suppliers to bid on the following project: 913-45 Jungle Lake Northeast Basin Storm Drainage Improvements: Project No.10007-110 Bid Date: February 7, 2012@ 3:00P.M. The following scopes of work are being solicited: Asphalt Pavement Barricades Box Culvert, Chain Link Fence Clearing & Grubbing, Curb & Gutter, Ductile Iron Pipe Supply Floating Barriers, Handrail, Irrigation System Repair, Milling, Pavement Striping, Plant Crape Myrtle Trees, Plant Live Oak Trees, Precast Manhole Supply, Project Video, RCP Supply, Sand Cement Riprap, Shell Base, Sidewalk & Driveways, Silt Fence, Sodding Steel Sheeting Survey, Trucking & Hauling, and Wetland Plantings. The above list is only a partial breakdown of the scope of work available. Plans and Specifications are available for review in our office 5219 Cone Rd. Tampa, FL. 33610-5301 or at the City of St. Petersburg, One 4th Street N., 5th Floor St. Petersburg, Florida, 33701. If you need assistance with the following items or anything else please give us a call at 813-623-3031 : obtaining bonding, insurance or lines of credit, or evaluating plans. Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc. strongly encourages any SBE firm interested in quoting to contact our office. Submit your written proposal to Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc. no later than 72 hours prior to the bid date indicated above. Proposals may be provided via email (quotes@kandrincfl.com) or by fax (813-628-4990). The terms and conditions of this contract Include EEO obligations of Executive order 11246, as amended by the executive order 11375, and as specified in 41CFR60-4. II EMPLOYMENT Experienced Seamstress/Tailor Wanted For Bridal Professional Alterations Also Who Can Sew Fabric, Hats And Bags From A Pattern Cell (240) 316-1818 Friday January 27th 12:00 p.m. The H.O.P.E. Center 29th & Lake Avenue Hiring 1 ,OOO's Immediately FREE MetroPCS Giveaways Felons Welcome (813) 965-7991 For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts DEBIT J .Ameorlc:::at.-a .A.-ad Deoblt Catrd= Vlat II II II FORRENT II 11.:;;;;;;;;;1 Large First Floor Condo Must See!!! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Gated Community Screened Patio, Pool Section 8 OK Call (813) 960-8490 Condo Pond View Near Hillsborough And Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $600.00/Monthly Swimming Pool Access Laundry facility Water And Sewer Included (813) 390-4169 Fletcher/Rome Charming Cozy 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Townhouse Pool, Tennis Ideal For Single Parent And Child Wont Last!! Call (813) 960-8490 East Tampa 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Fenced, CHA New Carpet Ceramic Tile, Petless Section 8 $1250 00 Monthly $1 000.00/Deposit 813-949-3482 Seminole Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Plus Den Great Neighborhood Outside Deck, Privacy Fence Totally Remodeled WDH $800.00/Rent Plus Deposit (813) 601-3101 West Tampa 2Bedroom/1 Bath $725.00/Monthly Plus Negotiable Security Deposit Section 8 OK Large, Modern Hardwood Floors WID Hookup Central A/C lnTown R.E (813) 765-5368 3001 North 16th Street 4 Bedroom/2 Bath House Fenced Lot Ott Street Parking Section 8 Only Call (813) 417-1238 2307 North 54th Street 3 Bedroom Home Central Air/Heat Washer/Dryer Hook-up $850.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted 813-386-8049 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Wood Frame, Fenced Yard Nice Neighborhood Background Check Required $550.00/Monthly $450.00/Deposit Call (813) 482-2234 Leave Message CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ., r 0 :!! en m z ::! z m r OJ c r r m ::! z ., c m r c;; ::::t m c m < m .... c m en c )> z c ., l:J 6

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