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_ Celebrating,67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area -c:c c -a: 0 ....1 u.. VOL. 67 NO. 49 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2012 24 PAGES 75 Pastor Meets Grandmother 01 President Obama SEE PAGE 8 Activist, Group To Host Annual Candlelight Vigil SEE PAGE 8 BOB SAMUELS SIGNS NEW BOOK Manlunites Sell Trvinu To Set Wile Alire SEE PAGE 17 A book signing for Robert (Bob) Samuels was held recently at the Ferguson Law Center. Mrs. Lillie Samuels, Bob's wife, was the Mistress Of Ceremony. Program participants included: Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, who delivered the prayer and book dedication, Charnell Williams delivered a message on the banking industry and Rickey Reynolds delivered a message on Bob and the Men's Health Advocacy that Bob started for Mrican American men in Hillsborough County. Bob was introduced by Paula Stahel. He spoke on his book, A Memoir: "Don't Tell Me I Can't." Bob Samuels is seated. Standing left to right are: Mack Oligaro, Sammecia Bagley, ii Charnell Williams, L illie Samuels, Rickey Reynolds, Michelle Maner, Paula Stahel and Michael Dove (rear). (Photo by Lomax Mcln-"" tyre)

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E F:eatures C\1 Stalker Gets 10 Years For Possession 01 Sawed OH Shotguns Last week, a federal judge sentenced a Tampa man to ten years in federal prison on gun charges. He must also serve three years of supervi sion after his release. According to the U. S. At torney's Office, U, S. District Judge Susan Bucklew handed down the sentence to 40-year-old Dwain Denorris Wallace, III, of Tampa. He was also ordered to forfeit both guns and the ammuni tion. A jury found Wallace guilty on October 4, 2011, of possession of two sawed off shotguns and being a felon in possession of a firearm. According to court records, on the night of March 25, 2011, Wallace was stalking his ex-girlfriend and had taken her car from c her and refused to return it. ii: At approximately 8:40 p.m. that night, Wallace found z her at a relative's residence CS: and began to argue with her. During the argument, Wallace allegedly pointed a w loaded, 12-gauge Winchester sawed-off shotgun at her. > After the gun was observed, ffi two 9-1-1 calls were made to > the Tampa Police Departw ment. Wallace fled the c w scene before police arrived. He allegedly found his ex:J girlfriend within an hour, as m she and her daughter were setting up for a party inside a z local club. Wallace ali= legedly confronted the woman while inside the club. ..J ::) DWAIN DENORRIS WALLACE, III A family member called 9-1-1. Wallace attempted to leave just as the police ar rived, and a pursuit ensued. He was arrested near the club. After the arrest, police re covered a Winchester sawed off shotgun nearby, which was loaded with three rounds of 12-gauge ammunition. During the search of the vehicle, police found an "ex tremely" short sawed-off Ithaca 20-gauge shotgun with a spent shell in the chamber, three more rounds of 12-gauge ammunition were found in a duffel bag on the passenger seat, and a baseball bat on the floor of the backseat. Wallace had been con victed of five state felonies, including attempted second degree murder for shooting his uncle before the incident with his ex-girlfriend last March. m ..J w z j::: z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed 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 Ti'ansportation Available Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And ., .. '%""'"""""""""'....,..._,... ______ "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week Mldlelle B. Inc. African Americans APPIV For Bench Vacancv Three African Americans are among the list of individ uals who have applied with the 13th Circuit Judicial N aminating Commission for a Hillsborough County Judi cial vacancy. The Thirteenth Circuit Judicial N aminating Commis sion encourages and seeks comments regarding the qualifications of these appli cants from th public imd from members of the Bench and Bar. Comments may be addressed to Edward W. Gerecke, Chairman of the 13th Judicial Nominating Commission, 4221 W. Boy Scout Blvd., Suite 1000, Tampa, FL 33607. Constance Daniels, Julie Sneed and Jon Johnson are the African Americans among the list of individuals. Others are: Lawrence Anzalone, Robert Bauman, Michael Benito. Christopher Brown, JULIE SNEED William Capito, Wendy DePaul, Eric Dickey, Robert Dietz, Jesse Victor Dominguez and Robin Fuson. Also, Jennifer Gabbard, Geogymon (Joe) George, John Grant, Jack Gutman, Carolle. Lee Hooper, Jon .Johnson, Matthew Jowanna, Laurel Moore Lee,. Troy Matthew Lovell, Joseph Ludovici, John Ossi, Frances Perone, Kimberly Potter, Chris CONSTANCE DANIELS Rodems and Carol Contreras Rodriguez. And, Michael Schmid, Kim Seace, Christopher Shulman, Rick Terrana, John Terry, Kimberly Thresher, Wesleyn Tibbals, Miriam Velez V alkenburg, Kim Hernandez Vance, Christopher Watson and Laurie Woodham. Comments must . be re ceived by March 1, 2012, to be considered by the Judicial Nominating Commission. Woman Teaches Proper Nutrition And Motivation BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Nancy Parker said she's always been health con scious, even if she would cheat occasionally by eating junk food. Ms. Parker is the presi dent of a nutrition club called Healthy Beginnings, and says issues of nutrition are ig nored in our community, "because sometimes we don't make good choices of the kinds of food we eat. "We have to feed our minds with the spirit of God and remember our bodies are God's temple, and we must take better care of His temple Ms. Parker is a native of Tampa, and grew up wanting to be a social worker and counsel young teenagers. "I was exposed to being a mother while I was in my early teens. I grew up fast, got married when I didn't want to, and had to deal with that life for 7 years. My husband even tried to kill me, but by the grace of God, I'm still here, and I was able to marry again later." At Healthy Beginnings, Ms. Parker conducts classes on exercise, proper nutrition, and motivation to NANCY PARKER help people reach their goals. "Discipline is very important when it comes to nutri tion, because you have to decide for yourself if you want to feel and look better," said Ms. Parker. "This is not a quick weight loss thing. This is about putting the right things into your body. Per sonally, my health has im proved dramatically and I feel much better about my self. I want to tell everyone to not give up, even if they cheat sometimes." Ms. Parker said stress is a big factor in a person's diet, and that also must be over come. "I try to help you establish healthier eating habits, and keep in mind that we all need God in everything we do, and God will help you make it work if you allow Him to. "One of the hardest things to overcome are the eating habits you've settled into since you were raised. We can't continue the same eat ing habits we grew up with, and I believe proper nutri tion can aid you in weight loss and gain."

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-t Mom With Historv 01 Child Abuse Allegations Arrested After lntant Dies I BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A 33-year-old woman was arrested Friday and charged with aggravated child abuse The arrest came about after police received the medical ex aminer's report pertaining to the infant. According to police, Gabrielle Crawford died on December 2nd He was 8 months old and had a history of medical problems Ms. Janelle McGregor, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said the in fant's death was an ongoing in vestigation "We were waiting on the report from the Medical E x aminer's Office to deter mine a cause of death. Ms. McGregor said the department received the re port from the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office on Thursday Police arrested the child's mother, Ms. Rosielee Crawford, Friday evening. She was charged with two counts of aggravated child abuse, because of the broken bones the child suffered. Ms. Crawford was charged with child abuse for not seeking medical attention for the child after he was in jured. She could also face other criminal charges. Ms. Crawford is the mother of siX children, none of which are currently in her cus' tod y Gabrielle's twin, Micha, was removed from h e r custody shortly after Gabrielle's death. Police said emergency medic a l personnel responded to a North Tampa residence on December 2nd, in reference to a child not breathing. Gabrielle was transp01ted to Florida Hospital, formerly University Community Hospi tal, where he was pronounced ROSIELEE CRAWFORD Charged with aggravated child abuse and child abuse dead. The child died at the home of Ms. Crawford's friend Ms. McGregor said Ms. Crawford refused to be inter viewed by the detectives, but the investigation was launched despite her refusal to cooper ate They were waiting on the Death 01 Young Mother Brought Much Needed Changes To Area BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Six months ago Ms. Monica Alvarez was popular in her circle of friends but not widely known to the pub lic. However that changed in November after she was hit and killed in a traffic accident as she walked down a dark city street. A number of positive changes have taken place since Ms. Alvarez, 27, and her unborn son, Angel, were killed November 17, 2011. The most recent change came about with the comple tion of the sidewalk in the area. Since the accident, there has also been the installation of s treetlights, a curb, speed bumps, and resurfacing the roadwa y Shortly after the accident took place, Ms. Nicole Walker, Ms. Alvarez' sister talked about the lack of side walks street-lights, and other safety features in the area. Her goal was to bring about some changes in the area "I want to have the street named after my sister and I'm not going to stop until I do. That is when I will feel complete and can go on with my life," she said. Ms. Karen Peoples, who lives in the complex near the 43rd Street improvement said of the accomplishments so far, ''I'm very glad it has happened. I'm just thrilled to see people using the side walks, it gives me great pleas ure. "We are grateful to City Councilman Frank Reddick for all he has done to MS. KAREN PEOPLES ... Resident who is thrilled With changes MS. MONICA ALVAREZ ... Killed in traffic accident in November 2011 New sidewalks installed after .tragic accident that claimed life of mom and unborn child. help u s out," Ms. Peoples said the res idents have also signed up for the Crime Watch Program. She plans to meet with the Hillsborough County School District HART about their bus stop and Mayor Bob Buckhorn about other changes they would like to se e take place. Ms. Alvarez and Ms. Shan ita Little, were pushin g strollers down N. 43rd Street n ear E. Hillsborough Avenu e They were struck from behind by an oncoming car as they walked in the road All four were injured. Ms. Alvarez, who was pregnant, and her unborn child died. Her 1-year-old daughter lmani Golden, was also airlifted to the hospi tal in critical condition. She sustained serious injuries to her head and lung Ms. Little, 23, and her 1-year-old daughter, Marquisha Wilson, suffered injuries as well and wer e transporte d to the hospit al. Both recovered from their in juries. Medical Examiner's Autopsy report to determine a cause of death. However, after reading an article in a local newspaper Friday, Ms. Crawford agreed to the interview. She allegedly admitted to using inappropri ate force on December 1st, which resulted in the child having a broken arm and bro ken leg. When asked to submit to a drug screen afte r the child djed, Ms. Crawford al legedly refused. After the med ical e x aminer revealed on December 3rd, that the child had fractures and a bruise on his face prior to his death, Ms. Crawford allegedly refused again to take a drug test. History of Medical Issues Gabrielle and Micha Crawford were born on March 11, 2011, two months premature. Gabrielle had several medical issues. Doctors implanted a shunt behind his ear and he was released to his mother in September 2011 with a feeding tube. The Department of Chil dren and Families (DCF) re-port stated, "Gabrielle was ,:-1 born with Hydrocephalus N (water on the brain) and over-g all life expectancy was poor N due to life-threatening medical issues. Medical personnel opined that he would not live beyond 2 years of age." DepananentofChlldren and Eamilies Report According to a report re leased by the :florida Department of Children and Families, Ms. Crawford gave birth to 6 children. The department launched its first investigation in 1999. "Since October 1999, there have been eleven abuse/ne glect reports received on this family. The investigations have consistently included maltreatments related to sub stance misuse, physical injury, inadequate supervision, and family violence .... Four of the f! investigations were closed with 0 verified findings and resulted :::C in three child welfare services C )> case being initiated in 2002, 2006, and the current open case was initiated in January 2010," the report stated The investigation into the child's death is continuing. en m z :j z m r m c: r r m :j z "tt c: m r c;; ::I: m c m < m Iff A s u yrrf(\ur r U1WJ!ff\ 1 1 r UJ) r I ._# ,.__ ---J-"Serving The Community Since 1974" -c: m en c Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!! 1111 &21m4 )> z c "TT :::c c

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Editorials/Columns > (USPS 202-140) I t'f I t'l 't 0: 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 246-1921 are SO p en l U Un l l lS Published Every Tuesday and Friday By t t th 't <( FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., eaSier 0 ge a gun, an l lS ::;) Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) tO get a check Cashed. 0: and Amalgamated Publishers. Inc .. New York. m 1990-94 CP Timelnternational Today's teens think it is WU. POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: COO} tO carry a gun. They be-Florida Sentinel Bulletin, ....: P.o. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 lieve that a gun makes them ..-: Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL a big man that it is highly rn Guns, Guns And More Guns respected. W C. Bly1he Andrews, Jr. h 1 d h ::: 1931>-2010(1977) T e rea anger m t ese 1-s. KAY ANDREws. PUBLISHER The other day, I was tion saying to me. Finally, I teens having access to a gun C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT ALLISON wELLs-cLEBERT, cFo driving west on 21st wondered would that young is that they don't give a sec-GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRis HOLToN, CITY EorroR Avenue. Two young man have shot me. ond thought to using a gun. HAROLDADAMS,CIRCULATIONMANAGER d d If }'C h b BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR boys who I have no doubt I i n't consider myse a A 11e as ecome com-TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER alk d h h h' R b I I I I I h LAvoRA EDWARDs, cLASSIFIED MANAGER were teenagers w e ng t t reat to 1m. em em er, p ete y va ue ess to t ese Q a: &L Q z <( Q en w ::: ..... li: w > w Q w ::1: en ::i m ::: Cl. z i= w ...I ...I ::::l m ...I w z i= Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages ol this newspaper by Columnists or Guest writers. do not neoessar11y reflect the edttor1al stance of The Aorkta SenUnel Bulletin or the Publisher. To The Man Who Built A Train L ong before President Barack Obama would announce, "YES, WE CAN," Don Cornelius had already finalized, "YES, I DID!" And as it would be true with President Obama, so it was forever true with Don Cornelius. When the Black man with perfect diction, ivy league poise, and wearing impeccably tailored suits took his place on the stage of history, the world would never be the same. Ask Anita Baker, Babyface, George Benson, Jerry Butler, "The Hardest Working Man in Show business:" James Brown himself; ask Aretha Franklin, Kirk Franklin, Tyrone Davis, El DeBarge, the Dells, the Delfonics, The Jackson 5, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, Quincy Jones and a virtual array of the greatest names in modern rhythm n' blues about their opinion of the achievement of the tall man who reminded folks of Jerry Butler's "Ice Man," and they will tell you with. one voice: Had it not been for Don Cornelius, the history of American Rock n' Roll might well have been told with a white face Instead, every Saturday, religiously for 35 seasons, Americans of all stripes, ages, genders, and colors crowded around their television sets to gawk at and imitate the latest dances done to the hottest songs Motown, Stax, Philly Groove and other record labels had to offer. Indeed, the world stood in line to climb aboard conductor Don Cornelius' "Soul Train," which would ultimately carry its passengers way past the color line. Who knew Don Cornelius couldn't be Don Cornelius forever? Yet, at age 75, the stress of being larger than life became too much to bear, perhaps. Bro. Don took his own life by gunshot and left those of us who knew him with a hole in our hearts. <( c a: 0 ...I u. Roundabout Issue 'A Done Deal' At last week's Tampa City Council meeting, a 4-3 vote put an end to opposi tion against the city and East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership group paying $37,000 above the appraised $28,ooo value of a house where a roundabout has been proposed. The roundabout project is part of the 22"d Street En hancement Project, and an earlier Council group ap proved the project and set aside funds to cover the cost of the roundabout and the city's portion of the en hancement project. ot:t City Councilman W Frank Reddick, who C!J chairs the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), said there will be no further discussions on the proposed roundabout for 21st Street. "When we voted to move ahead with the purchase of the house, that was the end of any discussion regarding the roundabout. "That issue is no longer an agenda item, and our plans now are to just move ahead with the project." Councilman Reddick said since the roundabout project was approved by another sitting Council, the only delay in the project was the acquisition of a house, and since that has been done, the issue is over, and a done deal. out in front of my car. I had had the right of way and he gun-toting, confused young to slam on the brakes in walked into the path of my people. They really think it order to avoid hitting them. car. Then, I answered all of is a big deal to shoot someVery calmly, they strolled my question by simply saybody. unconcerned in front of my ing to myself, guns, guns This type of attitude is car. and more guns. wrong and dangerous. We As soon as the two youngI said to myself there are have got to get people to unsters cleared by car, one of too many guns on our derstand that life is pre-them stopped, stared di-streets and more of them cious. It is not to be taken rectly at me and raised his keep coming. lightly or for granted. Life shirt tail to reveal a gun I thought to myself, guns, must be revered and restuck down in his waistguns and more guns make spected. We need to clear band. To make sure that I our streets a dangerous our streets of so many guns. saw it, he pointed at it. place to be. In the mean We must take the guns He then turned and constreets, a person can get out of the hands of teens tinued on his journey to the shot to death for just being and adults. Today, citizens other side of the street as I in them. Tell me why did easily kill more people than was pulling off. I thought this teenager have a gun? all the law enforcement ofabout it and I wondered Why did he need one? And ficials in the United States what that was all about. I where did he get it from? combined. We don't need wondered what was his That was a question I rethis. Black Women's Contribution To The Militarv: Susan Kino Tavlor lack women played major support roles during the Colonial Revolu tion, the War of 1812, and the Civil War. Their assis tance included serving as spies, moving into the "big house' to help the slave owner's wife when the master went away to war, mak ing medical bandages, taking care of wounded sol diers, cleaning weapons and working alongside the men in building forts for safety from both the Indians and the British. Some Black women even disguised themselves as men and fought side-by-side with male soldiers in the field. Some of us are familiar with the names of some of the women, such as Harriet Tubman and Lucy Terry. However, former slave, Susan King Taylor be came well known for the vol unteer service she provided to the Union Army during the Civil War. Taylor was a volunteer nurse, weapons cleaner, cook, and launderer for Black Civil War troops as she traveled with her first husband's regiment. Susan King Taylor was born in Liberty County, Georgia and was raised by her grandmother who lived in Savannah, Georgia. Dur ing that time, Taylor attended school formed by two women even though teaching Black children to read and write was against the law at that time. At the age of 14 when the Union Army attacked nearby Fort Pulaski, Taylor and her uncle's family fled to Union-occupied St. Simons Island. There, Taylor or ganized a school with the help of a Union General where she taught children during the day, and tutored adults at night. Thus, she be came the first Black teacher to openly instruct Black children in Georgia. Taylor also met her first husband, Edward King, a noncommissioned Union of ficer and began to travel with his regiment, the First South Carolina Infantry. Along with her cooking, nursing and other duties, Taylor taught Black sol diers how to read and write. After the war, King and her husband moved back to Sa vannah where Taylor es tablished a school for freed Black children and gave birth to their only child, a boy. Unfortunately, Taylor's husband died soon after the birth of their son. Taylor then moved to Boston where she met her second husband, Russell Taylor. Shortly thereafter, Taylor founded the Women's Relief Corps and gave assistance to soldiers and hospitals in the North. She wrote and published her memoirs of the Civil War en titled Reminiscences of My Life in Camp with the 33rd U. S. Colored Troops. Even though there are many accounts of the war by both Blacks and whites, slaves and freepersons, Suzy King Taylor's account is the only eye-witness report by a Black woman who partici pated both early and actively in military campaigns. Dur ing her three year tenure and travels with the First S. C. Infantry, Taylor learned to handle a musket and be came a skilled markswoman. Taylor spent time in Jacksonville, Florida and wrote great detail about the skirmish that took place be tween the Rebels and her husband's regiment. In fact, Taylor was so close to the shelling by Con federate soldiers that she feared for her life, stating, "I expected every moment to be killed by a shell." Taylor's name joins a long list of Black women who have contributed to America's military. Harambee!

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------------HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday== Partners are your greatest resources: Leverage their talents to bring mutual dreams to fruition. Spending could seem overly easy this year, so make sure you handle your basics (calendars, budgets, alarms). Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Create new opportunities with your team for the next couple of days. If you don't have a team, join one, or invent one. Focus on abundance. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Tackle projects as they come to you There's no time fo:.;: distractions since there's more work coming in. Allow for different points of view. Aries (March 21-April19)-You can start enjoying your self now; the odds are in your favor. Check out an interesting suggestion Listen to your family. No need to decide yet. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-A little effort restores har mony. A female soothes ruffled tempers. A balanced checkbook is only part of it. Make love and romance a priority Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You're really learning now. Consult with your team. Send off the paperwork for a raise in funding. Saving resources can be easy. Play with friends. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-If you can put up with an of fensive tone, you can do well. You're full of ideas for making money. Only use what you have, and keep your eye on the ball. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Shyness is only temporary. You' re a leader, with increasing influence. Trust your intuition to solve any puzzles along the way. You know what to do. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Your best move could be a well-thought -out surprise. Just say what's on your mind. You're wiser than you may realize. Big s tories are proof of that. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You're sociable today and to morrow which plays to your advantage. Friends help you open new doors and discover new treasures. You level up. Sco:rpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You're being tested, but there's no need to worry. Follow your heart. You'll do fine Friends and finances don't mix well for now Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --Relationships may re quire patience Focus on what you have rather than on what you're missing. Don't worry. Be open to happy surprises. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You can make it happen as long as you stay strong and avoid the usual distractions. Be open to new ideas, and be willing to reinvent yourself. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Liam, Hope and Steffy begin to pick up the pieces and move on with their lives; Brooke and Ridge eagerly await word from Hope and Steffy and make an agreement to support their daughters no matter the outcome of Liam's decision Taylor interrogates Liam about his decision; Steffy and Hope have an uncomfortable run-in with each other that ends with one of them feeling defeated. Rick pays a visit to Liam to make sure that his intentions are honorable; Brooke feels that Ridge and Taylor are ganging up on her; Steffy deli vers shocking news to Liam. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Jennifer tells a lie that could sway the election; an unusually timid Stefano worries about the con tents of an envelope; Carrie and Rafe's kiss has major conse quences. Carrie seeks s upport from Marlena; a drunk and upset Austin turns to Abigail, who has an agenda all her own; Sami takes out her guilt on Rafe; Hope gets shocking news. Rafe and Carrie contemplate cutting all personal and professional ties with one another; John learns the secret in the envelope con cerns his former relationship with Hope; Abigail fails to correct Austin's assumption that they slept together. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Jason and Sam get important news; Maxie's desire to make Matt jealous falls flat; Sonny is surprised by Kate. There is more news for Robin; Carly gets a bombshell from Kate; Michael has a moment with his mom. Diane gives Alexis a present; Jason and Sam discuss their fu ture; Olivia is shocked by her new boss at the MetroCourt. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Lily and Cane gather their families for a surprise announcement, while Chelsea 's taunting pushes Victoria beyond her limits Nikki prepares to face justice for killing Diane, while Ronan's depmture creates conflicting emotions for Nina. Ashley punishes Genevieve for her betrayal, as Chelsea's mother complicates life for Billy and Victoria. Constance Dupont was the soloist and Rose Hill was the pianist as they entertained guests at a local function. Larry Duggins, Carolyn Stover-Duggins and Evelyn Pennington were guests at the NonPariels annual social event. "11 r-0 JJ (/) m z m r-m c: r r-!!I z "tt c: m l en :I: m 0 m c: m (/) )> z 0 "11 JJ Some students in the Lockhart After School Program posed for a class picture. First row: C) Raynard Burnett and Kynetbia Williams; second row: Ms. Tracy Joyner, Jeno Favors, Jud-m getta Favor and Mrs. Cross; and third row: Opal Williams and Shayla Williams. U1

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school-News ffi State News New Dean Appointed At FAMU-FSU College Of Engineering TALLAHASSEEFlorida A&M University (FAMU) and Florida State University (FSU) have named Pennsyl vania State University engi neering Professor Yaw D. Yeboah as the new dean of the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. The appointment will take effect July 1. After a national five month search, Yeboah was selected to succeed ChingJen "Marty" Chen, the col lege s dean from 1992 to 2011. Engineering Professor John R. Collier has served as in terim dean since Chen stepped down in February 2011. Yeboah will be the fifth YAWYEBOAH leader of the jointly operated engineering college, which enrolls approximately 2,250 undergraduate and 300 grad uate students annually. Senator Joins National Internet Technolouv Advocacv Board State Senator Arthenia Joyner (DTampa) has been named a member of the Na tional Technology Adoption Advisory Council. She joins other elected local and state government representatives from 32 states in a coalition dedicated to improving local communities through the use ofbroadbandinnovation. "I'm very pleased to be a _part of this high-tech ap proach to improving the lives of my constituents through the Internet. Expanding the reach of this technology means more and more Floridians can harness the 'information highway' as the 'opportunity highway' for a better future," Senator Joyner said. The NTACC is an So-plus member, bipartisan initiative of "One Economy," a global non-profit organization dedi cated to maximizing broad-Meeting band technology to improve people's lives, regardless of income or location. Elected local and state government officials as mem bers of the NTACC adopt in creased access to technology as a part of their civic plat forms and are committed to securing public and private sector funding to support sus tainable broadband adoption initiatives. Crime Watch Meeting Tuesdav The Green Ridge and Delaney Creek Estates Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting will be held Tuesday, February 7, 2012, 6 p. m. -8 p. m. at Winston Park, 7605 Destin Dr., Tampa, 33619. This committee has made a difference in our community and we can do so much more with the support of all concerned citizens. We are asking for your input and work in helping us make our community a better place to live. Pleas e join u s Feb ruary 7, 2012. R e member filth follo w s filth. Th e Coordin a tor i s Mrs. Ola Lott, (813 ) 6 2 6-48 31. District Accepting Nominations For BeliiiBt' Award i SADIE DOUGLAS ... Past Winner The Hillsborough County Public School District is currently accepting nominations for a prestigious award. The deadline to nominate a candidate is March 30th. The winner will be surprised at his or her workplace on May 25th, and presented a check for $10,000 as well as other tokens of appreciation. This year marks the 6th Annual "We Deliver" Award, a form of recognition for an i:Qdividual who has gone above and beyond expectations The award recipient must be an employee of the Hillsborough County Public School District. School employees who qualify for nomina tion must be employed as a teacher, secretary, bus driver, custodian, principal, teacher's aide, lunchroom worker, or other staff member. Parents, students, business partners, and other members of the community can submit / "'"",A ... Your Health Our History a nomination. ROSS ANDERSON ... Past Winner Ms. Sadie Douglas was the first winner of the "We Deliver" Award when the pro gram launched in 2007. Since then, Ms. Marlene Sacarello, Ross Anderson, Ms. Chrissy Dorion, and Ms. Melanie Bolender were of the "We Deliver Award." :J> :::c -< :-I 1\) 0 ... 1\) Anyone interested in nominating an indi-., vidual for the "We Deliver" Award can ob-r tain the form from the Hillsborough County School District hbmepage at c www.sdhc.k12.fl.us. > The nominations can be submitted by fax to the Office of Communications at (813) 272Z 4510. Nominations may also be mailed to the i Office of Co:nlmunications, Raymond 0. Shelm ton School Administrative Center, 901 E. r Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33602 r r m ::::1 z c: m r en :I: m c m < m -t c: m c :J> z c ., :::c c Friday, Feb.IO, 2012 Noon 2012 Legacy Award Winner Enjoy great entertainment and an ethnic food sample! www.hillsboroughcounty.org

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N Tri ToKen a > tt: <( Pastor Meets Grandmother 01 President Obama During Visit To Kenva :::::: tt: co UJ LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor >=' Last month, Pastor Moses < Brown accepted an invitation from African officials to visit Kenya. During his visit, he had the opportunity 1-to speak with religious leaders, and met with many distinguished mem bers of the Kenyan community, among them the grandmother of the U.S. President. Pastor Brown visited Kenya January 20th through January 31st. Having returned home, he said one of the highlights of his trip was to meet Mama Sarah Obama, grand mother of President Barack Obama. He traveled with an inter preter. "Upon arrival I was surprised to see that Mama Obama maintained a simple lifestyle. Living in a small modest home, with relatives, and a few orphan children. She lives in a one-acre, fenced, yet heavily secured compound, where President Obama's father and grandfather are buried," Pastor Brown said. C He described her as being a 90-tt: year-old Muslim with head covering LL C who greeted him with warn1th andju-Z bilant spirit. <( During their conversation, Pastor Brown asked many questions including how life had changed for her since her grandson became Pres ident of the United States. "She said that things started changing after he became a Junior Senator. The school in her area changed its name to Senator Barack Obama School. Upon becoming Pres ident, the Kenyan government had to provide her 24-hour security at her residence, and people from all over the world, desire an audience with her. "I also asked Mama Obama what message she would like to send to the people of Tampa. With a smile, she expressed that I was the first per son to ever come to her home from Tampa. She would like people to know that she loves and supports her grandson, and believes that he will be re-elected. "Also, she indicated that she wants Americans not to forget that poverty and AIDS have left many children as orphans. She and the President's sis ter, Auma Obama, have established a foundation to educate orphans in Kenya called, "Mama Sarah Obama's Children Foundation," Pastor Brown said. Pastor Moses Brown, founder of Feed Our Children Ministry, Inc., is shown with Mrs. Sarah Obama, affectionately called "Mama Obama." She is the 90-year-old grandmother ofU. S. President Barack Obama and resides in Kenya. He met her during a visit to Kenya in January. The two shared one last event be fore Pastor Brown left. "Even though she is Muslim and I am of Christian faith, Mama Obarila wel comed the spiritual words of encour agement and a prayer of God's blessing for her and the President." Pastor Brown believes that meeting Mama Obama was a "favor from God because of those praying for me while I was in Kenya." He further stated that his organization, "Feed Our Children Ministry," plans to remain in contact to provide assis tance in her effort to help orphaned and abandoned children. Activist And stop The Violence' Group To Host candlelight Vigil UJ > UJ c W en :::::i co :::::: ll. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After several young peo ple lost their lives to sense less violence, one Tampa activist to draw at tention to the tragedies. She organized the first "Memor ial Candlelight Vigil" in 1996. The event was held annuz i= UJ ..J ..J :::::: co ally and sponsored by Mrs. ..J Vivian Heyward. However, a spike in violent deaths i= last year has lead to the reffi vival of this event. en On Saturday, February
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c rn Miss Teenage Tampa Kickon Reception Gamma Theta Omega, In corporated, in partnership with Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Sorority, Incorporated, held its Miss Teenage Tampa Scholarship Pageant Kickoff Reception Sunday, January 29, 2012, at 4 p. m., in the TECO Plaza. The theme for the event was "Reflecting on the Past and Embracing the Future." Described as "Timeless Treasures," the ten contest ants vying for the title of Miss Teenage Tampa were introduced by Mrs. Blanche Turner. The contestants and the high schools they represent are: Keneisha Shaylea Warren, Middleton; Brianna Diamond Robinson and Antoinea Denise Lyles, Strawberry Crest; Imani Zhane' Brown, Chamberlain; Janae Brean Hollingshed and Raegan Javon Brown, King; Briana Elizabeth Bell, Spoto; J orian Deyanna Ordway and Darrian Jessica Jones, Hillsborough; and Aaliyah Parker-Brown, Blake. Ms. Shannon Legrand, 2004 Miss Teenage Tampa, presented a musical selection that truly engaged the audi ence. Other program partici pants from Gamma Theta Omega were: Ms. Donna Douglas, President, Ms. Neoshia Woodson, Ms. Caridad Arenas, Ms. Carla White, Mrs. Angelene Johnson and Ms. Birdie Underwood. The Miss Teenage Tampa Pageant will be held May 6, 2012, 5 p. m., at the A La Carte Pavilion. (Photo by Jlll.ia Jack..o;oon) The 2012 Miss Teenage contestants, seated left to right: Darrian Jessica Jones, Aaliyah Parker-Brown, Jorian Deyanna Ordway, Briana Elizabeth Bell, Raegan J avon Brown. Standing, Donna Douglas, President and General Co-Chairman, Miss Teenage Tampa Scholarship Pageant; Antoinea Denise Lyles, Janae Brean Hollingshed, Imani Zhane Brown, Brianna Diamond Robinson, Kenisha Shaylea Warren and Carla White, Second Vice President and General Chairman, Miss Teenage Tampa Scholarship Pageant. -Margie sevmore Celebrates Her Birthdav Margie Seymore celebrated her birthday with family and friends a t her East Tampa home. (Photos by Julia Jackson) May (sister of the honoree) and Richard London came from Atlanta for the party. Mott's" daughter, Vicki (L), came from Los Angeles, CA. Her niece came from Detroit, MI. Cousins, Tomasina and Eddie Banks were at the party. Pam Blocker enjoyed the party. Chester White attended the birthday party for Margie e. c !< ., m IJJ ::D c )> N 0 ...... 1\) ., r 0 :!! rn m z ::! z m r IJJ c:: r r m ::! z "tJ c:: IJJ c rn ::I: m c m < m -f c:: m rn c )> z c ., :!! c Johnny and Yvonne Arline were among the party guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford were among the guests. Delores 'Dee' Williams and her nephew, Lonny Jackson. co

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Events New Mt Zion Members Gather FotrEve-ntS 0 ,... w The various ministries at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church fellow shipped at several events. Member Clym Washington was the photographer. Sisters Dora Dixon and Betty Grant attended the Golden Gems event. Margaret Bryant at the Golden Gems holiday eve_nt. Deacon Tommy Robinson at the Couples Ministry event. Carolyn Watson and Delores Taylor at the Golden Gems event. Nell Kimbrough .. Couples Ministry Event. Caroline Jones ... Golden Gems. Deacon and Mrs. Leroy (Sally) Lane at the Couples Ministry event. Minister Willie Kimbrough ... Couples Ministry Mr. and Mrs. Patrick (Robin) Andrews at th. e Couples Ministry event Deacon and Mrs. .(Yvonne) Douglas at the Couples Ministry event. --,. Rev. and Mrs. Samuel (Salita) Mason attended the Couples Ministry event. Minister Matthew Redmon with his daughter, at the Couples Ministry event.

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-f Local ffi High School Cosmetologv Department Howard W. Blake High School recently held their Grand Opening for."its much anticipated Cosmetology De partment on January 23rd The Hive Barber Shop and The Blake Salon were featured. The Cosmetology Depart ment was decorated beauti fully and offered a variety of services to students, faculty and outsiders. The students will be one-step ahead of fu ture students in this field gain ing the hours they need for certification. The Grand Opening was well attended. (Photography by Isaac R. Parsons). Holds Grand Opening Hair Care of Tampa, is a major sponsors of the Blake Salon. They provided assistance with equipment and funding. Among those in attendance were Thomas Faucette, Aiigelisa Crayton, Lanitra Anderson, Consuelo Mackey, Nikki Hanner, Keandra Ward, Nabilla Abreu; Micheline Barber, and Bridgette Heard. Irma Bosquez, a student at the Leto Night School of Cosmetology, came out in support of Blake's Cosmetology Department Grand Opening. She is shown with Ms. Melba Suarez, (right) an instructor at Leto Night School. c "TT m OJ :a c: > ..... N 0 ..... N "TT r-0 c > w m z :::f z m r-m c: r-. rm :::f z "'D c: The much anticipated grand opening of the Blake High School Cosmetology Department was an exciting event for Principal Jacqueline Haynes, left, Joanne Daves, Head of the Cosmetology Department, and Jesse Salters,' Athletic Director at Blake High School. Mike and llene Bell, owners of Simply Raw Hair Salon, attended the event to show their support. Apoleon Moore, an instructor at The Hive Barber Shop, will share his years of experience with the students. Aspiring. young barber, Tevin Smith has a:J rbeen cutting hair for the past eight months. u; Cafe Blake catered wonderful refreshments and service those in attendance for the grand opening. Members shown here Cece Gaddy, Nikita Damen, Chef"Hollywood" Robinson, Zanya' Overstreet, and Jalyssa Jackson. 'PRosrERriY,AMPAIGN OP H l L LSDOROURGH COUN TY Clarence Peterson, Yellow JacketS athlete, is :1: shown in the chair being groomed. m 0

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PAID ADVERTISEMENT Tell us about Rosa Parks and how, "It All Started On a Bus ... In honor of Black History Month (February), HART would like to hold a competition in Hillsborough County gathering your essay, poem, rap, song, photograph, or drawn picture in honor of Rosa Parks, during February, 2012. Please tell HART about Rosa Parks and how, tilt All Started On A Bus .. :' This particular competition would suggest persons of all ages submit a 200-250 word or less essay, poem, rap, song, photograph, or drawing on an 8-1/2'' by 11"_ piece of paper or on a disk or by e-mail as appears below. Each separate submission must include three of the following words or names: Rosa Parks; Community; Bus; transportation; Tampa; HART, or H-A-R-T (spelled out). The top three competitors will be selected by impartial editor ial staff member(s) of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin. Please note: the participation of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin does not represent an implied endorsement. HART envisions three top competitors. The top competitor will obtain from HART, VIP passes to the Gasparilla International Film Festival (March 29-April1, 2012); a copy of Freedom Riders, 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice signed by the local award winning author, Dr. Raymond Arsenault and local Tampa Bay Freedom Riders, and will be published by HART in a local area newspaper. The other two top competitors will be given to the Gasparilla International Film Festival and a signed copy of the Award Winning book. Please note: these may be subject to change. Suggested Forms of Submissions: Essays or poems may be submitted on an 8-1/2" x 11" piece of paper, or this. Songs, raps, or any music should be in either a WMA, MP3, P4, or AAC format and videos, pictures and drawings should be submitted on a disk, MOV or WMV (formats), or directly to adinfo@goHART.org with a file size less than lOMB. Please your name, age, and phone number on all submissions. How to submit: All material should be submitted electronically t o adinfo@goHART.org All other material should be addressed to: Marketing Department HART 1201 East 7th Avenue FL 33605 This suggested competition is open to all legal Hillsborough C ounty, Florida residents. A n y individuals, including but not limited to employees, consultants, independent contractors who have, within the pas t s i x months, performed services for Hillsboroug h Area Regional Transit Authority, any organizations -responsible for sponsoring,fulfilling, administerin g advertising, or promoting the competition or supplying the competition offerings! and or their respective parent, subsidiary, affiliated and successor companies, and immediat e family and household members of such individuals, are discouraged from this competition. "Immediate family members" shall mean parents, step-parents, children, step-children, siblings, step-siblings, or spouses. "Household members" shall mean people who share the same residence at least three months a year. One entl)' per person is suggested. Entries remain the property of HART and will not -be returned or acknowledged. All entries are suggested to be received by midnight ET Monday, February 28, 2012. Top competitors will be notified by phone, and a list of the three top competitors will appear on in March, 2012. Participants agree to be bound by the decisions of the administrators of the competition. Participants agree to release Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority and affiliated and successor companies, suppliers of competition fulfillment, and each of their respective officers, directors, agents and representatives and assigns from any and all actins, claims, injury, loss or damage arising in any manner, directly or indirectly from participation in the competition and/or acceptance of this recognition to the top competitors. Participants authorized the Released Parties to use their name, voice, likeness, biographical data, residence information and any participant materials in programming or promotional material, worldwide in perpetuity, or on any list, if applicable without compensation. By submitting material, participants certify that such materials are original and created by participant, that participants have the necessary rights, permission and authority to submit such materials, and, if applicable, that participants-maintain a valid copyright in those materials. Participants acknowledge that such materials may be included and/or discussed in a broadcast. c m en c m m ::u c )> ..... 1\) 0 ..... 1\) 6 :!!. c )> en m z :::! z m I"" m c r r m :::! z ., c m c en ::I: m c m < m ::u -< c: m en c )> z c ::u c

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Giants Beat Patriots 11 To Win The Super Bowl Ahmad Bradshaw #44 of the New York Giants celebrates his six-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots during Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 5, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. INDIANAPOLIS -Eli Manning and the Giants scored a last-minute touchdown to beat the New England Patriots 21-17 z Sunday night for New ti York's fourth Super Bowl ...1 title. S It was a rematch of the m 2008 NFL championship, uj when Manning led New Z York past New England to ruin the patriots' bid for a w perfect season. en This was the first Super Bowl with two starting ii: quarterbacks who. previousg ly won the NFL champiLL onship game's Most Valuable Player awardand they took turns being Manning bec:ame the first quarterback to open a Super Bowl with nine consecutive completions. Later, New England's Tom.Brady put together a run of 16 completions in a row, breaking another Super Bowl mark. But in the end, it was Manning who directed the nine-play, 88-yard drive that put New York ahead. Ahmad Bradshaw capped the winning drive with a 6-yard run up the middle. He wanted to stop at the 1-yard line but fell backWard into the end zone. Less than a minute later it came down to one last play, when Brady's long heave into the end zone fell incomplete among a maze of players. Giants' ForgonenWR Manninoham Delivers Big Tilrie Mario Mannfugham's 38-yard catch was the key play on the Giants': game-winning drive . INDIANAPOLIS Move over David Tyree. Mario Manningham is the new star in the Giants' latest ver sion of "The Catch." It may not have been a helmet catch like Tyree's in the Super Bowl four years ago, but it was just as clutch and just as timely and Tyree was there to see it. Manningham made a magnificent over-the-shoul. der catch and managed to stay inbounds on the open ing play of a game-winning, 88-yard touchdown drive that carried New York to another caine-from-behind win over the Patriots in the NFL championship game on Sunday. Last Year's Slam Dunk Champ Skips Contest BLAKE GRIFFIN Blake Griffin says that he does not have plans of participating in this year's slam dunk competition dur ing All-Star Weekend. The Clippers forward and last year's Slam Dunk champ, says that participat ing in the slam dunk contest, the Rookie Challenge and the All-' Star Game made last year "hectic." Cam Newton Wins Offensive Rookie Of i The Year Award f JiNDIANAPOLIS Cat' olina Panthers quarterba Cam Newton has won th 2011 Associated Press NFl Offensive Rookie of the Ye
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JUSTIN COMBS AND SEAN 'DIDDY' COMBS Justin Combs signed his letter of intention with UCLA. Sean 'Diddy' Combs's son will be playing college football in the upcoming fall Diddy said that watching his son sign with UCLA was the proudest moment of his life. Justin Combs officially signed his national letter of intent with his proud multi millionaire father by his side on National Signing Day The 5 foot 9, 175-pound, cornerback hails from Iona Prep in New Rochelle, New York. louisiana Tech Running Back Found Dead TYRONNE DUPLESSIS RUSTON, La. Louisiana Tech running back, Tyronne Duplessis was found dead at his off-campus apartment. Hazel Woods, the chief investigator for the Lincoln Parish coroner's office, says the cause of death is not yet known and an autopsy is pending. The 21-year-old Duplessis, whose body was found Thursday morning, recently completed his sophomore season of eligibility. Louisiana Tech spokesman Patrick Walsh says coach Sonny Dykes informed the team. The university has also made grief counselors avail able to the team. Duplessis, who is from New Orleans, played in two games last season as he sought to come back from a knee injury that sidelined him in 2010. As a true fresh man in 2009, he had 70 car ries for 277 yards. AT' JAI February 9-20, 2012 TR.e Country Gold Tour February15 s1o.oo Admission Featuring LeRoy van Dyke, Lynn Anderson, Gene watson, Janie Frlckle, T.G. Sheppard Does not Include Fair Admission 0.PNCBANK ALLEN IVERSON Allen Iverson's postNBA woes continue as he has been ordered by a Georgia judge to fork over a portion of his earnings to cover his considerable jew elry bills. Iverson's bank account has been commandeered b y the Georgia judge ... who s garnishing the former NBA star's earnings Iverson was sued in 2010 for allegedly stiffing Aydin & Company Jewelers on a $375,000 bill. The default judgement was issued in favor of the jewelry store ... allowing A&C to collect $859,896-46 for the jewelry court costs, interest and attorneys fees Knicks' Stoudemire Out After Death 01 Brother AMAR'E STOUDEMIRE GREENBURGH, N.Y. -The New York Knicks say Amar'e Stoudemire missed the game Monday night against Utah after his brother was killed in Florida. Team spokesman Jonathan Supranowitz says Stoudemire is returning to Florida and that the team doesn't know how lon g he will be away. Hazell Stoudemire was killed earlier Monday (today) in a car crash_on Route 27 in Lake Wales FL. SANDRA MARIE This may be February, but things are really heating up with this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Sandra Marie. You may think you know something about this young lady, but she makes sure the important and cr ucial parts are kept to only those close to her. Sandra Marie enjoys posing for the camera, and just generally having a great time. She's careful about who she calls friends, and you can bet you'll never see her around any phony people. Sandra Marie is a universal kind of woman with an array of likes and dis likes, but when it comes to the man in her life, he must be secure, handsome, self reliant, humorous, and not afraid to take a step back for his woman. Congratulations to Sandra Marie 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@flsentinel.com. r-0 J:J c )> en m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z '"tJ c: m c en :::E: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c J:J c

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__ Drake Breaks DiddV's Record soul Train' Fans Parents Group Slams M.I.A.'s: Drake has broken Pav Tribute To Super Bowl FliP Off: 'The NFllied' a: Diddy's record for the most Don Cornelius ffi #1 rap singles on the Bill-LL board charts and he's only On Broadwav > been at it for three years. With his popular collaboffi ration with Nicki Minaj, ::l "Make Me Proud", Drake I-now has scored 11 No.1 songs and with the release of his latest video "Practice", he shows no signs of letting up. With his nth No.1 on Bill board's Rap Songs chart, Drake rewrites the mark for most leaders in the list's 23year history. Elephant Man Charged With Rape And Assault JAMAICA -Dancehall Reggae star Elephant Man has been charged with griev ous sexual assault and rape. The police said the charges stem from an incident at his St. Andrew home earlier this month. Investigators said a woman, believed to be of c Chinese descent, filed a po-0: lice report shortly after LL claiming that Elephant Man, whose real name is c:r: ELEPHANT MAN Oneil Bryan, sexually as saulted her. c en w ::) Bow Wow wanted In Georgia I-ii: w > w c w ::I: en :::i Ill ::) D.. z j::: w ,_J ,_J ::) Ill Rappers make your court dates. A judge in Georgia has ordered Bow Wow be ar rested. Turns out the rapper didn't show up to a court date back in 2009 in Tennessee for allegedly failing to pay about $100,000 to a tour bus company. Since Bow Wow skipped the date, the tour bus com pany took their case to his homestate of Georgia. Now BOW WOW the judge has held the former Lil' BowWowincontempt. ,_J w z j::: lil' Kim Owes IRS z Lil' Kim, the Queen Bee owes the IRS o v er $1 million in taxes. C Apparentl y the Brooklyn a: rapper has not paid taxes g since 2002 After tacking on LL another $86,ooo for 2009, her total in past due taxes has passed the million mark. With big plans for 2012, this is definitely not the type LIL'KIM of platinum status Kim was seeking. A view during the NYC 'Soul Train' Line Flash Mob: Hippest Trip in America in honor of Don Cornelius in Times Square. NEW YORK -Fans of "Soul Train" boogied down Broadway wearing afro wigs and bell bottoms on Saturday while others recounted their favorite episodes at a Harlem meeting hall in tribute to the TV show's late creator, Don Cornelius. About 100 dancers de scended on Times Square in a "flash mob" organized through the Internet. As star tled tourists looked on, they recreated one of the show's "Soul Train lines" in which people would take turns dancing toward a TV camera while showing off their most outrageous moves "Don Cornelius was a big influence in my life, and I just wanted to pay tribute," said disc jockey Jon Quick, as he held up a speaker blasting disco grooves "He was play ing the music that nobody else wanted to play. He was an amazing man." Cornelius, 75, died of a self inflicted gunshot wound on Wednesday He had suf fered from health problems, a difficult divorce, and had pleaded no contest to a mis demeanor spousal battery charge in 2009. But on Saturday fans praised Cornelius' vision in creating, hosting and selling "Soul Train" to television sta. tions that were originally skeptical about program ming aimed at blacks. The show aired from 1971 to 2006. The Parents Television Council (PTC) is tackling Sunday s Super Bowl contro versy. British singer, M.I.A., flipped off viewers during Madonna's half-time show, a gesture that indtantly drew comparison to Janet Jackson's live "wardrope mal function" in 2004. The PTC says the NFL promised the organization a clean show despite casting performers with provocative reputations. "NBC fumbled and the NFL lied because a per former known as M.I.A. felt M.I.A. it necessary to flip off mil lions of families," wrote PTC president Tim Winter. Both NBC and the NFL have issued statements of apology to viewers. Nick cannon savs He Is Completelv Healthv Nick Cannon celebrated by attending the Super Bowl. The entertainer was hospi. talized last month after suf fering from kidney failure, but he says he is now fully healed. "This is a great place to get back and debut the healthy Nick," he said on Sunday during a break as the host of NBC's pre-show. "Every body's out here having a good time, and you know people were worried like, 'Is he going to be able to do the Super Bowl pre-show?' But I am 100 percent feeling good NICK CANNON right now." Cannon attributes his improved health to a change in diet but says he does not eat the same food as wife, Mariah Carey, who re cently lost weight after giving birth to their twins, Moroccan and Monroe. Denzel And Morgan Awarded Prestigious Awards DENZEL WASHINGTON And MORGAN FREEMAN BERLIN --U.S. actors Scarlett Johansson and Denzel Washington have received Germany's most prestigious film award as best international actors. The 27-year-old Johans son said she was grateful that her work was also appreci ated abroad as she received Golden Camera Award late Saturday. Actor Morgan Freeman was a warded a trophy for lifetime achievement which the 7 4y ear-old called a g reat honor." Th e 47th ceremon y o f the Gold e n Camera Awa rd s was held in German publishing house Axel Springer's Berlin headquarters

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Memoriams/Card of Thanks WILLIE MAUDE WYNNCOUZEN February 1, 1930 -February 6, Mother, it has been 16 years since you were called home. You will forever be missed. Love: your sister, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, uncle, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Love always, your family. SISTER LOUISE HUDSON HARRIS The family wishes to express their heartfelt appreciation for all acts of kindness rendered them during the homegoing of our mother, Sister Louise Harris. The many visits, telephone calls, prayers, cards, florals and other sympathetic gestures are deeply appreciated. May God bless and keep each of you. We love you. The Hudson and Harris family. AIKENS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Claudia Jane Render, Tampa. Mr. Andrew Lucas, Tampa. Mrs. Beatrice Malone, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Don Alleyne, Tampa. Mr. Trey Anglin, Tampa. Mr. Charlie Everhart, Tampa. Ms. Janice Jackson, Tampa. Mr. Charles Robinson, Tampa. Mrs. Enid Roomes, Tampa. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Gracie Jenkins, Tampa. Ms. Michelle Morgan; Tampa. Ms. Christine 1\fyrick Tampa. Mr. Cecil Walker, Tampa. uThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for Irself,. Let our fiunilytnkB care of)UW' fumily. '"We are the loeyto n fine and quality service FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com -4 Man Anemptinu To Set Wile Alire In Critical Condition c ., m tD ::D c: )> A so-year-old Wesley Chapel resident is in critical condition at a local hospital. He was severely burned this (Monday) morning after heallegedly attempted to douse his wife with gasoline. According to the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office, Matthew Wong, of Wesley Chapel, was admitted to Tampa General Hospital in critical condition. He was re portedly burned after being splashed by gasoline. Shortly before 7 a.m., Mon day, police were called to the 12400 block of Orange Grove Drive, in reference to a domes tic altercation. Upon the ar rival of deputies, they discovered Wong critically burned. He was airlifted to Tampa General Hospital. The investigation revealed that Wong arrived at the apartment complex where his es tranged wife, Mrs. Gloria Davis Wong, lived. Wong was reportedly driving a rented MATIHEWWONG vehicle. Garbage bags had been taped to the windows and a blanket covered the rear win dow, police said. Mrs. Wong told police that she observed her husband coming toward her as she at tempted to get into her vehicle. He reportedly began chasing her while carrying two bottles containing what was later identified as gasoline. Mrs. Wong ran and began screaming as her husband allegedly attempted to throw ::c gasoline on her. However, the -< backsplash caused the gasoline ..:--' to fall on Wong, police said. A neighbor heard Mrs. Wong's screams and opened the door for her, but denied her husband entry. Wong is alleged to have then begun splashing the gasoline on to the apartment and set the fire. However, his clothing ignited because of the backsplash, po lice said. Neighbors extinguished the flames with a fire extinguisher and blankets, but he was criti callyinjured. Mrs. Wong, 48, was not hurt, police said. During a search of the rented vehicle, police found duct tape, gloves, and two gal lon gasoline cans. Police said the couple has been married for 25 years and separated in October. They are the parents of two adult sons. Wong lives in Pasco ., County and Mrs. Wong lives b in Hillsborough County. :!! c )> en National New MlK Michelle Obama Shows OH Assassination Push-Up Skills On 'Ellen' Footage Revealed No w we know First Lady An upcoming Smithsonian Channel documentary on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s death will air MLK: The Assas s ination Tapes will air rare footage of the d ays leading up to Dr. Martin Luther King's assas sination and the riots and mourning that took place im mediately after. The clips show Dr. King ar riving to the Lorraine Motel in Memphis Tenn. the night be fore he was assassinated. There is also detailed a:udio recordings oflocal police scrambling to se cure the hotel after Dr. King's shooting was first reported. Congress Bans Wellare Recipients From Using Federal Funds At Strip Clubs The U.S. House of Repre sentatives has approved leg i s lation that would prevent people who receive welfare benefits from using their fed eral payments at strip clubs, casinos or liquor Republicans have argued this bill will attempt to prevent the waste and abuse of federal payments. The legislation was approved 395-27. Michelle Obama means business when it comes to Z physical health. While Mrs. Obama was a guest on The tD' Ellen DeGeneres Show to pro-I mote her Let s Move healthy eating campaign, Ellen De-m Generes made a friendl y C push-up contest challen ge to Michelle Obama does push-m ups on Ellen'. m< the first lad y "How man y push-ups can you do? Because I like to do a back issues. " Oh no said De--4 push up," said DeGeneres. Generes, who popped out of ffi Michelle coyly replies, Well her seat and sprung into ac-en urn you know, I don't know. I tion. can do some-can you?" The By the time they finish, < First Lady then gently teased First Lady Michelle DeGeneres, "You know it de -Obama tallies 25 push ups. C pends on how your back is, be"How amazing is that!?" said "TT cause I know you have these DeGeneres. :!! c Democrats Sing Their Version 01 'lets Stav Together' For President Obama Twenty five members of the Democratic caucus came to gether this week to sing Lets Stay Together" for President Obama. Recently, during a fundraiser at the Apollo The ater in Harlem the president sang a couple lines from AI Green's famous song and it has since them become a viral sens a tion. L e t's Stay Together is turning into something of a new anthem for the Demo cratic Party. Frid ay, w:hen the president came to speak to the House Democrats retreat in Cam bridge, Md., he left with a DVD ALGREENAND PRES. BARACK OBAMA that included a new rendition from 25 members of the cau cus including the adapted line We're so in love with you. 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Detectives Searching For Robben suspects This is a surveillance photo of two men wanted in two robberies that occurred last year. Tampa Police detectives are searching for two men suspected of committing two robberies. Detectives said the first robbery occurred November North 22nd Street, and LL demanded money at gunC point. After the suspect got the money, he shot the store owner and fled. c en A second robbery occurred November 25 2011 at Vince s Grocery, 7215 North Rome Avenue, when the suspect walked into the business and demanded money at gunpoint. A sec ond suspect was outside the store acting as a lookout. Both suspects are described as Black males, and anyone with information is asked to call Tampa Police or Crime Stoppers. ::l 1-:-w > w Teenagers Robbed Near lakeland School c LAKELAND -The Polk County Sheriff's Office reported that four teenagers ::l were robbed Saturday night near Crystal Lake Middle i= School. Deputies said the -robbery occurred at 9:30 p. m. when the victims were sitting on a bench near the school. They were reportedly approached by three males in their late teens who struck up a con versation, then one of them pulled out a handgun, pointed it at one victims head, and demanded money and personal items. One of the victims was punched by one of the rob bers when he reacted slow ly deputies said. Anyone with information about the robbery or the suspects is asked to contact Detective Jeannette Leonard at (863) 298-1246. UNCLE SANDY ... Why call it the 1, 5, 9, 12 unexpected, when you' sitting 14, 18, 20, 22 around waiting for 25, 29, 32, to happen 39, 43, 44, 49. Check Out Our Newly Enha nced Website: www. flsentinel.com Now Wit h On -line Advertising And M o r e! Studentcharged WithBanerv Over McNuggets ROGER PRINGLE, III A VON PARK -Last VVednesday, an Avon Park High School student as released on $1,000 bail after he reportedly struggled with a school official defending his McDonald's McNuggets. Police said Roger Pringle, III, 18, was charged with battery on a public education employee. According to reports, on January 25th, a school resource officer was asked to go to the office of the school's dean. The dean reportedly told the officer Pringle had brought a McDonald's bag to class. VVhen the teacher asked him what was inside the bag, Pringle allegedly told the teacher he was not going to let her look inside the bag Pringle refused to give the bag to the teacher, and put it into his book bag, according to the report. The teacher contacted the dean, who escorted Pringle to his office. At that time, an assistant principal entered the dean s office and when the dean asked Pringle what was in the bag, he reportedly said it was McNuggets. The dean told Pringle he wanted to look inside his book bag, and Pringle told him no, police said Police said when the dean reached for the. bag, Pringle allegedly started swinging his arms from side to side in a violent manner. The dean and school resource officer tried to restrain Pringle, who cursed at them and continued to swing his arms, police said. The dean told police Pringle struck him in the face. Pringle is scheduled to be arraigned on the charge February 27th. 'Operation Crack Back' Results In 14 Arrests On Drug Charges BOBBY PETERSON ST. PETERSBURG The St. Petersburg Beach Police and Pinellas County Sheriffs Office are iil the process of concluding a nar cotics investigation aimed at mid-level drug dealers. On February 2nd, officers and deputies conducted 'Operation Crack Back" that resulted in 22 people being targeted for arrest. Of the 22, 4 were arrested prior to the roundup Law enforcement officials did make 14 arrests, and they have been identified as : Bobby Peterson, 28, sale and possession of crack cocaine; Debra Westfall, 37, sale and possession/trafficking of hydrocodone; Jacqueline Stewart, 40, sale and pos session of crack cocaine and sale and possession of marijuana; John F. Morgan, 45, sale and possession of cocaine; Laurence Huff, 48, sale and possession of oxycodone; Michael Cozzi, 40, sale and posses-TERRANCE BOSTON ANTHONY ROBINSON sion of Xanax; John Risener, 46, sale and possession of marijuana; Terrance Boston, 46, sale and possession of crack cocaine; Anthony Robinson, 55, sale and possession of crack cocaine; Dan Clum, 57, sale and possession of crack cocaine; Walter Willard, 54, dis pensing medication without a license; Mary Blair, 28, possession of crack cocaine, and Elvis Lambert, 46 sale and possession of crack cocaine. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 lamia Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hinng of a lawyer is an 1mportJnt dec1sion that should not be based solel y upon Jdvert1sements Before you dec1de. ask us to send you FREE wntten mformat1on about qualifications and exoenence'

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Wharton-Smith is a general contractor who is soliciting proposals from Hillsborough County DM/DWBE subcontractors & suppliers for: Falkenburg AWTP Sludge Dewatering Upgrades; Bid No: ITB-C-0093-0-2012/MK. This project is scheduled to bid March 1, 2012 @ 2:00p.m. Please submit your proposed scope of work to us by 12:00 p.m., February 29, 2012 and your firm pricing for that scope of work to us by 10:00 a.m., March 1, 2012. Proposals may be faxed to 813-288-0371, emailed to: estimatingtampa@whartonsmith.com and/or phoned in to 813-288-0068. Bidding documents are available for free download via iSqFt. If you would like to receive a copy of the plans, specs and addenda please email us with your company's contact information. Be sure to put the name of the project in the subject line of your email. Upon us receiving the email we will set up a user name and password that allows you to download and view all bid documents available for this project. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have regarding the use of the "iSqft" website. These documents are also available for review at our Tampa Office (Phone: 813-288-0068) and our Sanford Office (Phone: 407-321-8410), please call before going to insure there is someone available to assist you. Please advise us should your company require help or special accommodations with payment terms, bonding, or insurance in order for your company to provide us pricing for this project. Wharton-Smith, Inc : can make quick pay arrangements (weekly draws) to assist minority and small business subs with their cash flow. Depending on the type of subcontract work, we may also be able to waive subcontractor bonding requirements to make it easier fr.>r your company to quote the work. If establishing credit to purchase materials to be installed on this project is an impediment to your company bidding work, we will gladly work with your material suppliers to set up joint check agreements to enable you to establish credit to bid this project. If assistance for any of the above is required again please contact Brenda Folsom @ 813-288-0068 or estimatingtampa@whartonsmith.com. The anticipated areas of work that will be subcol'}tracted for this project are: site demolition, sodding and seeding, excavation and backfill for utilities, excavation and backfill for structures, temporary erosion and sedimentation control asphaltic concrete pavement, concrete formwork, concrete reinforcement, joints in concrete, cast-in-place concrete, grout, concrete finishes, concrete curing concrete block masonry, metal materials, galvanizing, metal fastening, structural steel, structural aluminum metal stairs handrails and railings, grating, floor plates and access hatches, glass fiber and resin fabrications, vapor barrier, firestopping, sealants and caulking, metal doors and door frames, finish hardware, gypsum wall systems, painting, piping and valve identification systems identifying devices, equipment general provisions, pumpsgeneral progressive cavity pumps, screw press, polymer feed equipment, pre-engineered metal building system, screw conveyors, traveling bridge crane, monorail crane, pipinggeneral, ductile iron pipe PVC pressure pipe, pipe supports, valvesgeneral, check valves, plug valves, miscellaneous valves and fittings, plumbing HVAC, pipeline testing and disinfection, electrical, protective device coordination study sequence of constructionreplacement switchgear, installation of owner-furnished equipment, bas i c equipment and installation methods, identification for electrical systems, raceways, conductors grounding, panelboards and general purpose dry type transformers, variable frequency drives, lightning protection system electrical testing information and control, tools, supplies and spare parts, programmable logic controllers, operator workstation, enclosures, surge protective devices, control panel, unpowered instruments, pressure gauges, flow switches pressure switches, instrumentation accessories powered instruments, magnetic flow meters, control system input/output schedule, functional control descriptions If your company requires our help to establish a specific scope of work, which is economically feasible and realistic for your company please do not hesitate to contact us. For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin IV7a.sl:e, c:a,-a IDEIBIT VIsa., Nlastercarc:l ... Express A..-.c:l Debit Cards =========== VIa F"hc: ... e II Temple Terrace 40th & Busch 4319 East Regnas 3/2 CHA, WDH 1 500 SF, Fenced $975.00/Monthly $975.00/Deposit (813) 385-2298 3001 North 16th Street 4 Bedroom/2 Bath House New Hardwood Floors $1,1 DO/Monthly Fenced Lot Office Street Parking Section 8 Only Call (813) 417-1238 (813) 417-1233 1701 Julian Lane Drive Clair Mel 4/2 Central A/C Washer Dryer Hook-Up Refrigerator, Ra11ge Tile Floors, Fenced Yard Rent: $ 1250 00 Deposit:$ 500.00 Section 8 Welcome Harold813-293-2677 Brandon Pool Home In Gated Community 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car garage, 1 ,876 SF Fenced Yard Split Plan, Sun Room Close To Shopping And Schools $1 550/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 967-7808 APTS. FOR RENT" II 55+ Community 1 Bedroom Apartments $1 00.00/Deposit Starting At $375.00 TradeMark Group (813) 221-4457 Valentine's Move-In Special Move In Today For $99.00 Receive .2 Off The Month Of February Section 8 Welcome Se Habla Espaf\ol Cinnamon Cove Apartments Call (813) 971-5254 La Casa Mia 2/1 Only $580.00 Water Included 1st Month Free With Security 12301 North 11th Street Call 813-971-0341 Apartment 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800.00/Monthly Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 1504 99th Apartment #B 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Furnished $585.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Utilities Included Section 8 Ok can (813) 340-3085 North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Angle's Apartments 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments WDH -0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome 813-915-9787 WEST TAMPA 2 & 3 BDRM APTS Water & Sewer Included $504.00 $542 00 Tampa Presbyterian Village (813) 253-Q008 TIY 1-800-955-8771 e Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 1 00% Remodeled Beautiful Layout Bedroom Apartments $675 MovesYou lnl 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11717 North 14th Street (14th Street And Fowler) THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA -@ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT II Coming Soon Ybor City 3 Bedroom Upstairs Apartment $575 00/Monthly $600.00/Deposit Includes WSG 3606 .z North 15th Street Call (813) 506-3973 DUPLEXES 1013 E. 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