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Celebrating.67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area 'fl I ID r SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 59 TUESDAY MARCH 13 2012 .24 PAGES 75 Jurv Convicts Familv sues Over Teen On Anempted Carbon Monoxide Murder Charges Poisoning Death Group To Host Support Rallv In West Tampa SEE PAGE 2 SEE PAGE 2 SEE PAGE 8 DAUGHTERS OF DESTINY HOSTS COMMUNITY BREAKFAST ..... The Daughters of Destiny gathered in the Conference Center at Tampa Park Apartments, Inc. for a Community Breakfast. The event was a fundraiser to assist young ladies who have gone on their Spring College Tour and House visit in Tallahassee. Young ladies who attended the breakfast are shown with Mrs. Marie Tarver White, guest standing, center (with hat) and Ms. Lu'Venia Howse, coordinator of the Daughters of Destiny. The young ladies are: Aaliyah Bellamy, Cierra Scott, Delia Rosas, Shacha Pierre-Louis, Aiyana Farquharson; Armani Howse, Precious Harris, Alicia Farguharson, Kiearra Bryant, Aminah Farquharson, Aerial Bellamy and Owens. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre)

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Features-0 FamilY Of Woman Who Died Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Files Lawsuit en The family of a Tampa woman who died of carbon 1-monoxide poisoning has filed a lawsuit. The death came about after a man left his ve hicle running in the garage all night. In September 2011, emer gency personnel responded to the Vista Grande at Tampa Palms, 5720 Cypress Palms Lane, after a maintenance man smelled an odor and began evactuating the resi dents. During the evacuation, three women were taken to University Community Hos pital after being overcome by the gas. It was later deter mined that the three had been exposed to carbon monoxide poisoning. Ms. Rebecca Hawk <(> was pronounced dead at the 0 hospital. Her roommate, Ms. a: Kashunda Joyner, 20, LL was admitted to the hospital 0 in stable condition. A 62-Z <( year-old woman was treated and released o A native of Jacksonville, ffi Ms. Hawk graduated from :;, the University of South 1-Florida and was hired by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office as a Child Protecw tion Investigator. She 0 completed her training on w :::E: August 26, 2011. en She had been employed ffi for 10 weeks and was in the :l first week of field training at a. z t= w ...J ...J :;) [Q MS. REBECCA HAWK Died in September 2011 of carbon monoxide poisoning the time of her death. Police learned that their neighbor, Andrew Grywalski, 22, parked his 2011 Gray Mazda in the garage at 8:30 p.m., and left the vehicle run ning. The car ran for about 12 hours. The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office deter mined that it was an acciden tal death and did not file any charges The lawsuit alleges that the owner and management failed to maintain a separa tion wall between the apartment Hawk lived in and didn't keep the garage in good repair. The lawsuit names Grywalski, the landowner, the management company, and several others. A Jacksonville law firm is representing the family. News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiHed To $1 0,000 N w 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 Bicycle Bus (PIP Insurance Needed) And More., . ""''''""""""'"""'=""""---------... "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 Mlc:helle B Inc Jurv Convicts Teen On Anempted Murder Charges After six hours of deliber ation, a jury found a 1g-year old Tampa man guilty of two counts of attempted murder. Hillsborough Circuit Judge Debra Behnke will sentence him on April 24. Khayri Rashaad McCray is facing 30 years in prison on each count. He was on trial for three counts of at tempted murder. The charges against McCray stem from a shooting two years ago at a graduation party, that left 18-year-old Devante Dallas dead. Dallas died at the scene after a bullet struck him in the chest The party was a celebra tion, but was crashed by unin vited guests. The Shooting On May 23, 2010, a group of teenagers and adult chap erones gathered at Winthrop Barn, 11349 Bloomingdale Blvd., in Riverview, for a high school graduation party. Po lice said more than 100 peo ple attended, when fights broke out. During one of the fights, McCray was hit in the face. Police said McCray left the party as the chaperones were ejecting the fighters and re turned with a handgun. He al legedly fired several shots into K.HAYRI McCRAY ... Facing three counts of attempted murder the crowd. Three people were hit after the shooting started. Two of those injured were chaper ones Jeffrey Thomas, 44, and 23-year-old De Ron Richardson. Thomas suffered a gun shot to his lower back. He was treated and released at a local hospital. Richardson re ceived a gunshot to the upper right chest area, but survived the injury. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene and began their in vestigation. Information ob tained from witnesses identified McCray as one of the shooters. McCray had fled the scene before police DEV ANTE DALLAS ... Killed during a shooting at a party May 23, 2010 arrived. Later that day, McCray and his parents contacted the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in reference to the shooting. After being inter viewed, McCray was ar rested McCray, who was a sen ior at Spoto High School, was charged with Dallas' murder. However, that charge was dropped after ballistics re ports proved that McCray's gun was not the murder weapon. During the trial, witnesses testified that several people, including the chaperones were shooting. No one else has been charged with Dallas' murder. State Supreme Court Reiects Redistricting Plan Last week, the Florida Supreme Court rejected the Senate s Plan for reconfigur ing the voting map. Every ten years, the state must redraw districts to conform with the population. In a 5-2 ruling, the major ity of the Florida Supreme Court justices ruled that the newly submitted Senate map was in favor of incumbents and the Republican majority. Justices Barbara Pariente, R. Fred Lewis, Peggy Quince, Jorge Labarga, and James Perry ruled that the Fair Districts Amendment re quires clarification of what voters intended as well as a detailed review. Justices Charles Canady and Ricky Polston disagreed. As a result of the ruling, the maps must be redrawn in accordance with guidelines established by the court. The justices issued a 234-page SENATOR ARTHENIA JOYNER opinion in their ruling. Both maps, one submitted by the House and one by the Senate, must be resub mitted for approval. Democ rats, the League of Women Voters of Florida, and the Na tional Council of La Raza and Common Cause, have all filed lawsuits challenging the maps. Senator Arthenia Joyner spoke out against the maps from the beginning. When contacted by the Sentinel, Senator Joyner said, "The Supreme Court ruling reinforces what I warned against during the re districting process in the committee hearings, namely . that the proposed Senate map protects the status quo by keeping Democrats and communities of color in a perpetual minority in the leg islature. "The voters in approving amendments 5 and 6 (Fair Districts} wanted fairness and that is what the Senate map did not deliver. TheRepublican Senate leadership may not have listened to me but as they return to redraw the Senate map, they need to listen to the Florida Supreme Court." The ruling also means that the Legislature must return to Tallahassee to ad dress the concerns outlined and provide acceptable maps for re-submission.

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Feature ffi c Political Career Ends With Kevin White Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison s: l> ::a 0 ::I: ...I. (,.) 1\) A political storm for a local politician that began with his election to City Council ended on Monday afternoon. U. S. District Court Judge James Whittemore sentenced Kevin White to 36 months in prison, followed by 3 years of supervision. Judge Whittemore had a wide range available for sentencing. He could have sentenced White to probation because he has no criminal record or the maxi mum, which calls for up to five years on each of the seven counts. The Federal Prosecutors were asking for a sentence ranging from 51 to 63 months, (4 years, 3 months to 5 years, 3 months). The U. S. Probation Office filed a re port stating that the guide lines called for 41 to 51 months, (3 years, 5 months to 4 years, 3 months). Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., who the court assigned to repre sent White, asked for a sen tence of 21 to 27 months, (1 year, 9 months to 2 years, 3 months) Family, friends, and sup porters filled the courtroom. Attorney Irvin had filed a motion requesting more than the allotted 30 minutes for White's supporters to speak. Judge Whittemore denied that request, but did allow White's sister-in-law to translate for his wife's par ents, who wanted to speak on his behalf. Beginning Of The End White's life and political career began to unravel when federal agents con verged on White's home in June 2011 and charged him with several crimes including bribery, wire fraud, and lying to Federal Bureau oflnvesti gation agents. He was con victed on seven of the charges in November 2011. The Investigation Federal agents had launched an investigation into corruption in 2009 after learning that White was using his political clout as the Chairman of the Public Transportation Commission and taking money to get things done. According to a federal in dictment, White offered to help get one company on the rotational towing list for a price. He also made tele phone calls in order to bring Kevin White, 47, and George Hondrellis, 45, were both charged with con spiracy to commit bribery; 4 counts of bribery; conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; mail fraud, and wire fraud. White was charged with making false statements to law enforcement. 0 ...I. paign. He was fined and or-N dered to repay $6,100 of campaign money used to purchase suits. When questioned about the money, he lied. Two years after defeating his aunt and winning the seat, White and Rose Ferlita resigned from their spective seats on City Council to run for County Commission. Both won. KEVIN WHITE Standing Alone White and Hondrellis were not the only defendants in the case. White's father, Gerald White, was also named as a conspirator. In April 2008, Alyssa Ogden, a former Adminis trative Aide, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against White and Hillsborough County. He denied any ... Sentenced to 36 months in prison, followed by 3 years of supervision However, White is the only one of the three to stand trial. His father died on May 23, 2011, weeks before his ar rest took place. wrongdoing, and said he about that end. He received thousands in cash during the course of the investigation. The indictment stated that as part of a conspiracy, George Hondrellis, 46, opened a towing company and was place on the list for County rotation. He con spired with others to bring about the same results. The federal investigation began in September 2009, when Hondrellis met with a Confidential Informant and said that the PTC was giving away towing certifi cates for money. The towing certificates al lowed companies to be eligi ble for placement on the rotation list for wreckers used by law enforcement in Hillsborough County. The list is closely monitored and maintains a strict number of towing companies. The indictment further stated that in November 2009, the Confidential In formant met with Hondrellis and paid him $1,000 in cash for the CI's half of the $2,000 payment previously made to Gerald White, Kevin White's father. Hondrellis introduced the CI to Gerald and Kevin White in January 2010. The indictment further said the CI gave Gerald White a Lincoln Navigator, of which Gerald White paid $1,500 and stated that his son could assist the CI and his company. On April 29, 2010, Kevin White was introduced to a "Darryl," an African Amer ican man who turned out to be an undercover federal agent. The first meeting took place at Ruth Chris Steak.:. house. The two men dis cussed getting the towing company on the rotation list and "Darryl" gave White $1,000 in cash after the meeting. A few dayslater, iri May 2010, White told "Darryl" over the telephone that his application was approved. "Darryl" gave Kevin White $5,000 in June dur ing a On June 18, 2010, White called the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and attempted to ensure that the Tri County Auto Towing, Inc., ("Darryl" and CI's company), be placed on the Sheriffs rotation list The charge of untruthful ness came about following a meeting March 2, 2011, White had with two federal agents. During the meeting, White denied "Darryl" had given him any money and never solicited his influ ence for helping him. Hondrellis has been court-ordered into a facility for mental evaluation. No trial date has been set for him. After his conviction, the federal government wanted White to repay the $9,000 given him during the bribery case. White agreed to repay the $6,ooo he received. His father had gotten the other $3,000. Controversial Career White became a public figure in 2003 when he won a seat representing District 5 on the Tampa City Council. The controversy that seemed to engulf his political life began during his camfired her because of incom petence. The County hired an out side law firm to represent them. The County insurance company refused to representWhite. Rose Ferlita led the charge to file a lawsuit against White to recoup the money the County spent that was not covered by the insur ance policy. In August 2009, a jury in favor pf Ogden and awarded her $75,000. U. S. District Judge James Whittemore also ruled that White was to be reimbursed any money that r 0 c l> w m z ::! z m r OJ c: r r z ., c: OJ r c;; ::I: m c he had spent and that the in-surance company was to pay m his attorney's fees. 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Editorials/Columns ,..... :I: () a: <( :E c en w 1-(USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue. Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990-94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa. FL C. Blythe Andrews 1so1-19n (1945) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT ALLISON WELL$-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages ol this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Wrners, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher let Praver Come Back Into Public Schools We often find fault with comments made by Senator Ronda Storms (R.), but not this time. In response to a Florida Senate bill, which would permit public schools to let students lead prayers and hear inspirational messages during gradnations, sports events and other school events, Storms c a; stated she could not understand why anyone wouldn't &&. want students to hear inspirational messages at the C start of an assembly. Weagree. As a matter of fact, we have never understood the c hubbub about having voluntary prayer in classrooms en or on other school facilities in the first place. w Opponents reply, one only has to remember the tra-1-ditional Magna Charta dictum about the separation of it church and state. Even though the United States of America is known as a "Judeo-Christian society," w thousands if not millions of court hours and trees-fore w :I: en ::::i ID D.. paper have been sacrificed to underscore the nondemocracy of allowing words of peace to be shared on public education property. For the past half century, a nation, which includes in its pledge of allegiance, "One nation, under God," has turned a deaf ear to defenders who remind America that the "G-O-D" word is also on every one of its dollar bills. Indeed, hypocrisy is a far worse sin than prayer. z i= w ..J ..J ID Therefore, we applaud Ronda Storms and the ..J Florida Senate for their attempt to do the right thing. We shall pray that public schools will benefit because i= of legislators' most recent efforts on the schools' beffi half, which have nothing whatsoever to do with en C a: 0 money. &&. No Handcuffs To Have Their Babies I t may seem like a trifling issue, unless it was someone you knew. Perhaps, for years, women inmates in Florida prisons ran the risks of being to being handcuffed at their most vulnerable moments: the moments before and during giving birth. We cannot imagine anything more dehumanizing. Obviously, some Florida legislators agree. In a vote of114 to 1, the Florida House of Representatives recently passed the Healthy Pregnancies for Incarcerated Women Act, which would give women prisoners the right to give birth to their babies without the restraint of handcuffs. There are, however, exceptions to this new liberating rule. Say authorities, the bill provides pregnant women to remain handcuffed if, indeed, they show signs of violence or prove possibility of a security or escape risk. Otherwise, no such restraints will be used from this point on. ::; We applaud State Rep. Betty Reed and State Sen. CJ Arthenia Joyner for their humanitarian response to a years-old injustice. The Iranian Dilemma Most countries agree that the country of Iran does not need a nuclear bomb. Yet, nobody really seems to know what to do about that very militant country. Some countries say that tough economic sanction is the answer. Other countries say armed or military force needs to be used. What makes this such a problem for the United States is that so many Amer icans and so many other countries expect America to lead the war to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons. The question is, does America need to go to war with Iran and maybe its al lies right now? America just ended an ex pensive war with Iraq and has plans to end a long, deadly and expensive war in Afghanistan. Do we really need to get involved in a to tally new war at this time? As simple as the answer may seem, it is really a very diffi cult question. One thing this writer is sure of, and that is the United States, being the big brother or the international police, all problems aren't our problems. With coun tries like Russia and China having so much power and influence, why aren't they leading some of these ef forts? Maybe that is why so many countries dislike America. We are always sticking our nose in their business and trying to impose our will on them. It seems to me that America is going to hell, while we are busy taking care of other countries and other people. We don't need to allow Arturo IArthurJ A. Schomburg 11814 -19381: Historian, Writer, Activist The next tii?e you get. a? opportumty to VISit New York, make cer tain you take time to visit the Schomburg Center for Re search in Black Culture at the New York Public Library branch in Harlem. Black Americans and peo ple of color all over the world owe this treasure chest of Black history and culture to ArtUro Alfonso Schomburg, who immigrated to New York in 1891 from Puerto Rico. A visit to the center will immerse you in an extensive collection of literature, art, and Black culture, which in cludes more than 55,000 volumes, 3,000 manu scripts, 25 archival records of groups, 15,000 rolls of mi crofilm, original documents, prints, posters, and sheet music of every topic related to Africans, Afro-Latinos and African Americans. Born to a freeborn Black midwife from St. Croix, Vir gin Islands and Carlos Federico Schomburg, a German merchant, Schomburg was inspired to collect literature, art, slave narra tives, manuscripts, and other artifacts of Africans, Afro Latinos and African Americans, by one of his elemen tary school teachers who told him, "Blacks have no history, heroes, or accomplish ments." After attending Thomas College in the Danish-ruled Virgin Islands, where he studied Negro Literature, Schomburg moved to the Harlem section of Manhat tan, New York. Continuing his studies of Black history and culture there, Schomburg became an activist after experiencing American racial discrimina tion and prejudice. He joined the "Revolutionary Committee of Puerto Rico" and advocated for Puerto Rico's and Cuba's independ ence from Spain. Schomburg married and fathered five sons. Between 1896 and 1929, his career in cluded teaching Spanish for five years, serving as a mes senger and clerk for a law firm, serving as a clerk for Bankers Trust Company, serving as a supervisor of the Caribbean and Latin Ameri can Mail Section, and finally, Curator of the Negro Collec tion of Fisk University. During this time, Schomburg amassed an extensive art collection, began writing bomb, but we don't need the headaches that go along with a war. The money we use fighting a war in Iran can be used to create jobs, improve our infrastructure, fund edu cation, help the homeless and do a lot of other things that will benefit America. War hawks are calling for President Obama to declare war on Iran. Conservative Republicans are just waiting for him to do so and they will cry dumb, dangerous and unnecessary. Whether or not the U. S. A. should declare war on Iran is truly a time to ask: What would Jesus do? Iran is really a political dilemma. I, like most Ameri cans, don't want Iran to have a nuclear bomb, but at the same time, I don't want America to engage in a war with Iran. President Obama is relying on tough sanctions to resolve the problem. I hope these sanctions work. Should America go to war with Iran, Americans will die and billions of dollars will be taken from the American economy and spent on the Iran war. Oh, woe is me. The sky is falling. To war or not to war, that is the question. about Caribbean and African-American history and co-founded the "Negro Society for Historical Re search." Schomburg's ef forts brought African, West Indian, and Afro-American scholars together for the first time in America. By 1925, Schomburg had become the author of numerous articles, essays, pamphlets, books, and peri odicals, some of which were published in several other books and journals. In 1926; the New York Public Library purchased Schomburg's collection of artworks, manuscripts, rare books, and slave narratives, and in 1931, appointed Schomburg as curator of the collection, which they named in his honor. Among the Schomburg Collection, you will find man_uscript poems of Phillis Wheatley, copies of the 1792 and 1793 al manacs of Benjamin Bannecker, the manuscripts of Claude McKay and Richard Wright, and archives of the National Negro Congress. Visiting the Center will leave you with an unquench able thirst to know more about our ancestors, our cul ture, and Schomburg. Because of Schomburg, the history, genius and ac complishments of African Americans, Africans and AfroLatinos will always have a permanent home for the entire world to see. Harambee!

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Horoscopes/Soaps 'C) ---__;,__ -----HOROSCOPES Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) --Go ahead and seek funding (it may take time for it to come in). Expect wacky interruptions, with some energy and chaos involved. Back up hard drives Check tires and fluids. Aries (March 21-April19) --Mercury goes retrograde today (until April 4) in your sign. Don't take it personally. This chao tic frequency that's broadcasting confusion; it's not about you at all. Stick to your deadlines. Taurus (April 20-May 20) --Take care of your well-being with plenty of rest and fluids. Patience pays, and slowing the pace forestalls accidents. Watch where you're going. Hidden talents get revealed. Gemini (May 21-June 21) --The nex1. 24 days of Mercury in retrograde throw static into communications especially in groups. Say it twice. Put it (and get it) in writing. Cancer (June 22-July 22) --Your professional status could take a tumble. Pick yourself up, dust off and get back to the great service you're known for. If there's a mess, clean it up. It works out. Leo (,July 23-Aug. 22) --Focus your attention on the things that work, the breakthroughs. Confusion could arise around edu cation philosophy or \VTiting Take it in s tride. No need to d ec i de. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) --You feel balanced and assured, as the rest of the story swirls. Even >vith breakdowns things get worked out. Organize at home for greater power. Take it easy. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) --Me rcury in Aries goes retrograde for you, Libra, in your seventh house of partnership. Sync sched ules and reconfirm reservations. Have backup communication plans. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) --There could be disruption in service and health today, and over the ne:xi: month. Prepare and back up what you can, and go lightly. Loving support is close. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --Beef up communication and travel infrastructure to avoid breakdown in the fun zone. Artistic expression, romance, kids and pets could get a bit hectic. Play it loose. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --Mercury affects you in your fourth house ofhome and roots, muddling family communications or adding travel delays. Persistence and humor carry the day. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -For around the next month, expect delays and miscommunications, in general. For Aquarius, communications are even more affected. Double-check important ones. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Hope meets with a new doctor and divulges the true reason for her pledge of abstinence; Bill intervenes when he catches Steffy about to give in to Limn's heart felt request. Hope asks Brooke to keep the secret she revealed dur ing her therapy session; Bill takes extreme measures to keep Steffy from signing her annulment papers; Hope and Liam make another attempt at having an intimate evening together. Brooke and Ridge attempt to talk Steffy out of her spontaneous plan to heal her heart; Hope grapples with her emotions concerning the new step she's taking in her relationship with Liam. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Carrie finds Abigail in Austin's anns in their room and Abigail tells Cairie that they made love; Hope manages to call Bo's room and Billie answers; Hope hears that Bo is dying ; John and Hop e de v ise a plan to return to Salem. Lexie resuscitates Bo, but informs every one h e's still in bad shape; John and Hope break into th e .t\lamanian security office to retrieve their passports : EJ sets out to bring Lexie back into the DiMera fold. Car rie informs Rafe about Austin and Abby's affair; Billie tells Austin she'll help repair his M e lani e uncovers Abby's lies a nd in s i sts that she tell Austin the truth; Hope and John get caught b y Stefano. GENERAL HOSPITAL-A s howdown begins; Dante and Lulu are puz z led; Steve's pa s t is discussed .. John McBain arrives in Port Charles, though it i s n't clear why; Maxie is ridden with guilt; An thony tri es to get Johnny to accept an off e r from Kate.There i s a big event in town ; Monica and Tracy bick e r ; Jason makes a re quest. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Daisy springs a trap on Ph y llis with devastating consequences, while Adam faces questions from the DA.Adam is skeptical of Victor 's offer of legal help, while Nikki goes to Katherine for advice about Victor. Sharon is stunned by Lauren and Tucker's comments, while Nikki is upset by unex -pected guests at Victor's birthday party. Deloris Davis, Alfonso Thornton, Lenora Thornton and Joyce Johnson were guests at the College Hill Family Enrichment Center Foster Parent Party. Church members, family and friends attended the annual Cathedral of Faith Gala. The following enjoyed the event: Evelyn Bennett, Sahwnie Nealy, Martha Donnell, Jo-Ann Williams, Shirley Shipp, Delores Uringo, Flerida Kobati and Pamela Alford. Everyone is singing "Happy Birthday" to Kristen Derr at her 3rd birthday party. The Buffalo Soldiers and the American Legion hosted a Chrisbnas party. Guests included: (standing, L-R) Mr. Chubit, Bishop Padgett, Santa Claus, Evangeline Best, Charles Vanu, Mr. Stewart, Nat Green and Amos Scott; (kneeling, L-R) Oliver Mayo, S.D. Hightower (Commander, Post #167), Melvin Stone (Assistant Fire Marshal) and Mr. Sony. '11 6 ::0 ; fJ) m z m r-Cl c r r-z "tJ c:: OJ c: fJ) ::t: m c m ?J c! m z c '11 ::0 c

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N All About You! Mrs. Tonya M.lewis' 41st Birthday, 'March 13th' ).:' <( c CJ) w ::J .... c a: LL c z < c CJ) w ::J .... > a: w > w c w J: CJ) :J Ill ::J ll. z Officially, today is my birthday. I want to thank the Lord for another day. You have carried me through my 41 years of birth. The honor goes to my Lord andBavior for this day. Happy Birthday DJEDDYKANE Happy Birthday DORlAND. i= Be on the lookout for DJ GRAHAM, JR. 3-11-2012 Eddy Kane's birthday bash, March 26th at the all new Staffi tion Bar. R&B artists, Laraysha Adams coming w z soon. Happy 1st birthday, DJ. Mama and daddy love you. i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ii ;:.... 0 -o ..t::: co VI c .2 0 L. Ol c: 0 I.J ;:.... L. 0 "' L. Cb c:: c:: <:( t: ._g 0 :::J -o 0 L. ;:.... 0 -o ..t::: -co NEW PAID PIECE POLICY (Birthdays, AnniverSaries, Etc.} We thank you for your continued support, but due to rising costs we naust change our paid piece policy: 2 wallet size photos max of the same person(s). (No matter who brings it In!) Anyone wanting to use more than two (2) photographs will have to purchase space by the inch. Wording can be changed or rejected. No message will be accepted unless it has birthday, anniversary, congratulations, etc. wording. -Sentinel Staff 0::. ::; -::r-0.. 0 '<: (;) ., 0 0.. c: 0 -a :::J }:> :::J :::J !b ., "' 0 ., '<: () 0 :::: t.O ., 0 c: a--a :::J "' 0::. :; -::r-0.. 0 '<: B i rthday Graduation Anniversary Birthday Happy Birthday /Anniversarv ROSALYN And ISAIAH JONES Marchg Happy birthday, Rosalyn Jones. Happy anniversary to Isaiah and Rosalyn Jones. Our prayer for the. two of you is a year full of peace, joy, happiness and love. QUONDA And ESHA Happy birthday wishes going out to Anisha, who turned another year wiser on March 7 May God bless you with many more birthdays. Wishes also going out to Mildred (Shack), 3/ 4; Robin, 3/11; Raewon, 3/2; Chucky, 3/9; and Bam Bam, 3/19. look Who's Turning 1 JASON, JAILA, SANTONIO And CURTIS I SANTONIO 'TONIO' Happy birthday wishes going out to Mr. Santonio Asante' Brown, who turns the big 1 on March 13. Tonio will be celebrating his day on March 18 with family and friends. Love, Mommy, Jason, Jaila and Curtis. JESSICA WARREN MS. MUFFIN Happy birthday. Happy birthday. Do II Right CHARLES HUBBARD 7-18-72

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Government c: rn Castor Announces Passage 01 JOBS Act To Boost Small Businesses Washington, D. C. -U. S. Representative Kathy Castor released the follow ing statement relating to the passage of bipartisan Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act: "Entrepreneurs and small businesses owners throughout our community need a boost to hire, form startups, and grow their businesses. The bipartisan JOBS Act cuts red tape that often gets in the way of creating new jobs and businesses. "While I was heartened by the turnout at my Job Fair in Tampa last Saturday with KATHY CASTOR U. S. Congresswoman over 75 employers participat ing, we must do more to fost e r growth and create new jobs for our neighbors. The economy is improving and we must keep the momentum going," she said. This bill reduces red tape and makes it easier for small businesses to go public and raise the capital they need to expand and hire new workers. It also gives more freedom to community banks to provide loans to small businesses arid individuals. H. R. 3606 the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act passed the U .S. House last week by a vote of 390-23. Rep Castor: Governor Scon Acting Against Best Interests 11 Families And Economv WASHINGTON, D.C. --U. S. Representative Kathy Castor urged Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Legislature to reconsider their refusal of $438.5 mil lion to broaden access to care to pediatricians, family physi cians and primary care doc tors for Florida families. Rep. Castor was joined by Dr. Louis St. Petery, Pediatrician and Executive Vice President of the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Ron Pollack, Executive Director; Families USA. "I urge Governor Scott not to turn his back on Florida families by sending our taxpayer dollars to other Black Women Business Owners, Executives & Entrepreneurs BWBOEE Proudly Presents "2012 MemberShip Drive" Membership/Networking Luncheon Wednesday, March 21, 2012 11 :30 A. M. -1 P. M. Jackson's Bistro (Harbour Island) 601 Harbour Island Blvd. Cost $25 (Members) $35 (Non-Members) Please RSVP at bwboee@yahoo.com By March 18, 2012 Send Checks Payable To BWBOEE P. 0. Box 310796 *Tampa, FL 33680 BWBOEE is on a progressive more forward We Want YOU To Be A Part Of This Great Organization!! *No Stiff Organizational Regulations *Discount&d Empowennent & Networking Events *Free Training Workshops *Complimentary Business Directory Listing *Worldwide Web Exposure (via Ute BWBOEE website) *Vending Opportunities *Discounts with BWBOEE Partnered Businesses Take Advantage of Business Membership Discounts! states. In addition to ensuring that children, the disabled and older neighbors have access to physicians, these are Florida tax dollars, intended for Florida, that should stay in Florida," Rep. Castor said. The $438.5 million in feder al money was included in the Senate's proposal, however, due to rigid ideology and under the direction of Gov. Scott, Republicans in the House refused to accept it. The final budget package cur rently being reviewed by State legislators does not include this money to help children, seniors and their doctors. State Emplovees To Submit To Random Drug Testing Last week, the Florida Legislature passed a bill that is the first of its kind in the nation. It allows state employees to randomly drug tested. The bill HB 1205, passed by a 26-14 vote, and will become law once Governor Rick Scott signs it. It also mirrors an Executive Order that Governor Scott enforced earlier; The Executive Order is currently being challenged in federal court. If the bill becomes law, all state employees are subject to random drug testing every three months The bill stipulates that the names of the employees must be computer generated by an independent third party and can t be more than 10% of the agency's workforce. Anti-Shackling Bill Wins Florida House Approval c :s: > :::D 0 ...... w TALLAHASSEE --On Wednesday, the Florida House of Representatives approved a measure sponsored by Rep. Betty Reed that prohibits the use of restraints on a prisoner who is known to be pregnant dur ing labor delivery, and postpartum recovery unless the corrections official makes an individualized determination that the prisoner presents an extraordinary cir cumstance Rep. Betty Reed offered the following statement regarding House approval of Senate Bill 524, the companion to House Bill 367 that Senator Reed sponsored: "It has taken two years of hard work and dedication on this bill to get it to this point. "I feel honored to finally get this important legislation BETIYREED State Representative passed in the Florida House to protect our mothers and babies. Women can now feel ., r safer while giving birth no 0 matter their circumstance. It :!! is time we treat all pregnant women in society with en greater respect and humili-ty." :::! z m t;'" m c: Countv Emplovees To Relocate.Durinu Republican Convention r r z "'0 c: m r c;; m c The week before the Republican National Convention comes to town, Hillsborough County employees will relocate They will return after Labor Day to avoid any interaction with protesters of the convention. The employees will return to alternate locations to work. The decision was a recommendation by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. 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N women Of Manv Hats Ministrv Feeds The Homeless And Needv Families Women of Many Hats Ministry hosted their annual Christmas breakfast for over 700 homeless residents in St. Petersburg. The event was held inside of the Saint Vin cent Depaul facility. Ms. Juanita Westley, the founder of Women of Many Hats Ministry, says this event was the biggest and grew tremendously from last year of 500; due partially to our economy. The theme, Circle of Love," is their 4th annual Christmas Breakfast_that re quired several hundred hours of phi.nning, requesting con tributions and traveling by their committee (Jackie Jackson, Roosevelt > Stephens, Jr., Florence < Westley, Latoria Robinson, Charmaine JacobLL. son, Rev. Mark Greene, C Chef Earnest Stevens, :i Lula Powell and Juanita > Westley) members. < The buffet was designed and cooked by several chefs; W Chef Earnest Stevens, Chef Leon Nettles and Chef Bill Beecher. The w "Circle of Love" started with > the table of "Compassion," w 0 followed by the table of w "Generosity," the table of l: "Kindness," and the table of "Meekness." m The table of "Humility" provided 275 gift bags from z "AlB." The table of "Pai= tience" fitted and supplied 525 residents with new Nike -1 sneakers for men, women and ffi children. The finaljoumey.in -1 the "circle of love is the table Two of the volunteers were Michael Sopoas and Bill Beecher. of "Respect" where the bart= bershop performed haircuts ffi and/ or shaves for over 95 UJ men and women. < Ms. Westley said volun-9 teers handed out more than Boo flyers in areas where the _. LL. homeless congregated. The event required 40-50 volunteers for safety. Among those who assisted with the event are: Latoria Robinson, Michelle Lancaster, Keith Mayhall, Bill Dlisaselias, Sally Lampher, Kristen Foss, Micheal Foss, Cathy Henderson, Adarius Garland, Sandy Simon Sandra Valvano, Sandra Valvano ... PReSF1I1S n Jr., Gary Simon, Porshia Henry, She'mar Trice, Cortez J ohnsm:i, Lance Latimer, Tiae Stephens, Jaquiria Bradley. Also, Rev. Barbara Brown, Laura Anderson, Linda Brown, Mattie Adams, Sandra McClendon, Daphanie Thomas, Rev. William Mark Greeene, Ron Hicks, Alyssa Greene, lloyd Rice, Sentoria_ Moore, Victor Daniels, Rosette Lenora, Lydia Dorsett, Renee Daniels, Beverly Weiler, Norlette Cole, Marilyn Klise, Lula Powell, Ronnie Wilson, Cambridge, Stanley Clark, Lance Latimer, Micheal Halmon, Mike Halmon, Ester Halmon, Anthony Halmon and Cathy Henderson. WOMH was assisted by sponsorships from several local businesses. David's Photo Lounge and George (Pop) Lancaster provided photo shots of the event. Ms. Westley says the Annual Xmas Events is devel oped from several basic in structions received from her father, Floyd Wade. Job Fair For Teenagers Planned On Wednesday, March 14th, JOBS 4 USA, Inc., will host job fair The event will take place at the Tampa Park Community Center, 1417 Ne braska Avenue, from 12 p.m . to 5p.m. Entitled "Teen Emergency Summer Job Health and Wealth Expo," the event will feature employers, busi nesses, schools wishing to hire teenagers. It is intended to provide employment op portunities and resources. Refreshments will be served. Anyone wishing to obtain rriore information can contact Ms. JoAnna Williams at (813) 965-7991; call 1-866909-2929, or email jobs4usa.felons. teens@gmail. com. United wav Of Tampa.aav Helps Residents save On Prescriptions. 41 percent of adults say it's a problem for their family to pay for prescription medica tions Thousands of prescrip tions go unfilled simply be cause they are too expensive to fill: But free FamilyWize prescription discount cards, provided by United Way of Tampa Bay address this prob lem. The card can help indi viduals cut the c<;>st of medicines by up to 35 per cent. "The cost of a prescription really shouldn't be a factor, but, more and more, we're finding that the high price of medicine means that people have to make a choice. They can either fill a prescription or put food on the table and keep a roof over their head," said Emery Ivery, Senior Vice President at United Way. A FamilyWize free pre scription card saves an average of $20 per prescription. Those savings oftentimes mean the difference between taking a medicine or skipping it." Getting the card is as easy as going to www.UnitedWay TampaBay.org/FamilyWize and' downloading the PDF containing the card. United Way is part of a nationwide grassroots effort in conjunction with Family Wize Community Service Partnership. The free cards are accepted at 95 percent of pharmacies nationwide, in cluding all major chains. Using a card to save on pre. scp.ptions doesn't require en rollment or personal information, so they're ready to use the minute Y
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c West Tampa Group To Host Communi-tV SUPPOrt RaiiJ onThursdayat1:3op.m., historybehindher,andspent ?i:i County Commissioner Les her own money to get toys for Miller fought back tears to the kids. What she did was _. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Sta:ffWriter A West Tampa commu nity activist group, Occppy Tampa, West Tampa busi ness owners, and residents will join forces on Saturday, March 17th for a Commu nity Support Rally. The rally is being held to gain community support and in-put into plans for the redevelopment of West Tampa and the future of the North Boulevard Homes Public Housing Complex. Scheduled to speak at the rally are Rev. Charles McKenzie, President of the Tampa Rainbow Coali tion; Dr. Carolyn Collins, President Tampa NAACP; Dwight Bolden, Community Activist; Ashley Midkiff, Southern Poverty Law Center, and Tatiana Denson. Dr. Collins said she will be addressing the issues of civil and voting rights at the rally. "I ani aware of the. situa tion involving the North Boulevard Homes, but I haven't had the opportunity to talking directly to anyone with the Tampa Housing Authority. Whatever the plans are, we have a repre:sentative working with housing that will keep us informed. "Anytime you talk about displacing people, you also change the voting power o that community. Once peo ple are displaced you de-DR. CAROLYN COLLINS .. stroythat commonality. It's important to get people registered to vote in that area, but after they are dispersed, it changes the dynamics." Dr. Collins said she grew up in the North Boulevard Homes Complex and admits they have changed. "I see the complex as a very solid structure, and I do see where some modifi cations can be made .to maintain those buildings north of Main Street. We need to have some kind of community forums to find out exactly what the intent is for the redevelopment of West Tampa. "The time has come for us to build West Tampa the as East Tampa without tearing everything down." As far as realtor Ed Turanchikis concerned, Dr. Collins said his intent does not reflect or respect the interests of the people I REV. CHARLES MCKENZIE of West "Ed Turanchik does not live in West Tampa, and has shown from the past through his involvement with Civitas what his interest is in the area. It's all about business and we must unite as a community for the future of West Tampa." Dr. Collins said the vot ing population of West Tampa needs to be looked at, and they need to know what 'the voting age popula tion is in public housing. The rally will be held in the parking lot just east of the ZanziBar Lounge, and will feature entertainment by DJ Pun,-Soultry and Floyd Joy. The rally will begin at 11 a. m. Tampa Housing Author ity spokesperson, Lillian Stringer, said they will not be participating in the rally, and had no knowledge their logo had been used on fly ers announcing the rally. read a recommendation to his more than a job or paycheck colleagues to have the Sulfor Deborah. She really N phur Springs Head loved the children. g Start Center renamed This will be a me-N in honor of Debomorial for my rah McNair Caldaughter that will houn. last forever." Ms. Calhoun In a letter died suddenly Januread to Commis-ary 26th at her home. sioners by Mrs. She was 58. Hernandez, the In a unanimous family stated that vote, Commissioners Deborah was a very approved the recDEBORAH MCNAIR unselfish woman ommendation, and CALHOUN who rarely asked now will schedule anyone for anya date for the cerething. mony. "She rode the bus to work Attending-the session were every day, no matter what the Ms. Calhoun's family memweather was like, and never hers: her mother, Mrs. Ruth complained about it," recalled McNair; sisters, Ann Wal-Mrs. Hernandez. ters and Linda Hernan-"I will miss the time we dez; daughter, Tarsha spent together and the trips Valdez, and granddaughter, we'd share in the summer." Tarshanna Blanks. Mrs. McNair said Debo-., Ms. Calhoun is a 1971 rah got along with everyone. 5 graduate of Howard w_. Blake "She would make me feel :!! High School, and began her proud when she'd tell me she 38-year career with the Head was like me when it came to Start program three years getting along with people. later. "I will always miss her calls Z Mrs. McNair said, "we every day, telling me she was are so proud and happy they home from work." m thought enough about DeboMs. Calhoun will be the r-rah to rename the center in first member of the Class of her honor. 1971 to have her name on a r-"She left a long and proud building in her honor. J:;; PEACE PROGRESSIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 E. 24th Ave. Tompo, FL 813-241-2411 -Celebrating-75th Church Anniversary Theme: "Church Without Limits" II Corinthians 10:10-18 REV. ALBERT GALLMON, JR. -Pastor 'llwn., March 15th . Sat., March 17th Sun., March 18th Banquet & Peam Assoc. Minister Fashion Show 11 A.M. The oTan Cafe Mill. ERNEST GREEN 3222 N. 34th St. Tampa, FL 33605 Alabama Awe.M.B. Chanh ncbts: Dothan, AL DR. RIV. 1110MAS &.. $30 $20 SID 4 P.M HADDEN Ill Call Far Tickets On Or l'lllwOI Before March 13th lEV. People Far Christ (8131626-IOSS Macedonia MB Churth Ministries Sis. Delores hardy, Caordinator Thonotosassa Deacon Wade Green & Sis. 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N -' c; FYI Back To School No Sales organization 5 Continues Non-Tax Holidav Returns Violent Messages Earlier this week, a Senate budget panel to approve C HB 7087 that includes more than $100 million in tax breaks. ffi The bill also includes provisions for a 3-day tax holiday. ::l Beginning on August 3 through August 5, Florida residents l-c a: LL c z <( ean purchase clothing and school items and not have to pay sales tax on the items. This year, in order to qualify for the tax exemption, -clothing must cost $75 or less and school supplies cannot exceed $15. Legislators Expand Voucher Program Earlier this week, in a 92-24 vote, legislators passed HB 859 and sent it to the Senate. If passed, the bill will expand the Voucher Program and allow low-incoine students to attend pri vate schools. If will also allow provide vouchers for students receiving free or reduced -lunch in kii;tdergarten through grade. . Deadline Set For Candidates Seeking NAACP Offices . Every two years, theN ational Association for the AdvanceC ment of Colored People (NAACP) elects new officers. The elecen tion is held in an even numbered year. w ::l The elections will take place in November. However, per-i-:' spective candidates must be eligible to seek office prior to the election. Members must be in good standing to run for office W or vote in a Branch election. . > w Anyone Wishing to have his or her name appear on the bal-e lot mustbe a bona fide member of the Branch by April!. The candidate must also live and/ or work within the Branch juris-en diction. In orderto run for l3ranch office unaffiliated Life Members ::l and Membe:.;s-At-Large must be actively affiliated with the Branch by April!, 2012. i= w ..J ..J ::l m ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL 0 ,.... High Quality Peanut Oil Fluffy Belgium Waffles Fresh Fried Maple Syrup Monday-Thursday 11:00 am to 10:00 pm OPEN LATE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAYS 11:00amto5:00am Closed Sunday 813-935-9900 8426 N. FLORIDA AVE. TAMPA, Fl33604 On Billboards LAEVANS INC., a not-for profit organization, an nounces the continuation of its Non-:violence Peacemakers Initiative through a sundry of piercing messages via digital billboards and Peace Cards in Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties. In an effort to help _prospective and repetitive violent perpetrators recognize the self-inflicting damage not only to the community in which they reside, but to themselves as well, when choosing paths of violence, local artists such as Charles Greacen contributed a pow erful message that speaks vol umes to the self-defeating path of a lose-lose scenario by saying, "Urban violence is just terrorism we wage on our selves." Terrorism is defined as the act of causing intense fear through force or threats, in timidation, acts to subjugate, to demoralize a society, thus causing chaos LAEVANS' display of peace making/anti-urban ter rorism messages vary in terms of content and location within the communities and for the week of March 5 March 12, 2012. This was the third week of marketing digital billboard public service campaign with Clear Channel Outdoor Adver tising. "The act of taking the life of innocent people who were productive and devout, illumi nates the total disrespect for that which is holy when peo ple bring guns into churches. The once unheard of acts of vi olence, is now all too common as innocent blood is shed. The murdering of babies by male bullies and inept mothers are stressing the boundaries of a civilized society;" Helen LaCount Evans states. "In educating the commu nity on the devastating effects of poor self-defeating choices opted by those who have no hope, other types of conflict resolutions must be used," she concluded. Local Wilbert Davis Bovs And Girls Club Historv Month Program The Wilbert Davis Boys and Girls Club held their Black His tory Month Program on February 29, 2012. Several community residents were recognized. (Photos by BRUNSON) These beautifully dressed young ladies are Yahuie, MyKayla, Destiny, Lola, Trinitee, Aliaua aud MiKayla. These young men are Lamont, Justin,.Jabari, Y'taze Robert aud Terrell. MRS. RENE PANKO Owner 813-247-CRAB (2722) Email: nrbedd@yahoo.com . CATERING AVAILABLE DINE IN CALL-INS WELCOME FAMILY OWNED BUSINESS

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Local en Alternative School's Black Historv Program Honors African Kings And Queens In observance of Black History Month, North Tampa Alternative took time to recognize the central role of African Kings and Queens. Each homeroom dass was officially designated a King and Queen in which the stu dents created posters, power point and class presentations. Although it seems that much of the history of African and African American people has been traditionally left out of history books that didn' t hinder or stop North Tampa Alternative School from exposing and teaching their students about the heritage an d resp e ct f rom another culture. Administrators, teach ers and s pe c ial g uests provid ed insight into how Africari Americans have achieved as well as ov e rcome adversity in spite of obstacles Throughout February, there were a variety of programs and events that took place at North Tampa, such as: 'Who Am 1,' Poetry Slam, Trivia, Essay Contests and Poster Board Contest For several weeks students and teachers worked diligent ly on their posters in the classroom. After enjoying a rare learning experience of powerful presentations, judges from various colleges came to share the learning legacy with the students. First, second, third and fourth place winners were acknowledged. North Tampa ended the Black History celebration with "Cooking With Culture," a luncheon for staff filled with an array of African American cuisines.' So ends Black History Month but the legacy continues to live on. (Story /Photos by Mike Hodges) North Tampa Alternative School representatives: Principal T. N. Hill, Lam Pharo, and Carl Harrell, "Teacher of the Year." Judges for the poster contest: Splrenda Sanders, Mario Mitchelle, Natalie Bryant, Cierra Bryant and Dr. Olivia Shepherd. This poster representing King Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti won first place. The second place winner was this poster on Behanzin Hossu Bowelle. fRI[ 'IDMISSIDN. JDDD. PARKING. PRIZES If HEAlTH lESTS r ;f: SKIN CANCER 81.:000 PRESSURE DIABETES CHOLESTEROL . HIV/AIQS EXAM VOUCHERS (MUST QUAL,IFYLI MITED AMOUNT) Bilingual Event: English/Spanish SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2012 9:00 A.M. -3:3' 0 P.Ni. NIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA-TAMPA M A R S H A L L C E N T E R "d:\ / "\ ""' 1 ti ;_t;;: / campus at E. Fletcher Avenue and USF between Bruce B. Downs Blvd. arid N. 46th Street) DOORS OPEN: 8:oo A.M. PREREGISTRA liON RECOMMEIDED: 1-MDFFITT 11&&3-34881, PRESS #4 DR \VIW.MHFTAMPA.COM HEAlTH TESTING FOR MEN OILY r -------, Take II HART for FREE to the Event. PLEASE PRESENT THIS VOUCHER (GOOD FOR TWO PEOPLE) TO THE BUS OPERATOR. Ther e's a way- BlueOoss Blue Shield of Florida HART Bank of www.goHART.org I L --OFFER VALID UNTIL l P.M. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2012 --. -.J "T1 r-0 JJ c :t> en m z ::! z m l tD c:: r rm ::! z "'D c:: tD !: en ::I: m c m < m c:: m en c :t> z c "T1 JJ c

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c (/) UNCF Recognizes Black Historv Month With leader's luncheon w The 6th Annual Leader's Luncheon benefitting the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) celebrating Black History Month was held at the Westin Hotel on Harbour Island. The event was held February 16, 2012 and the keynote speaker was Gerard Robinson, Education Commissioner, State of Florida. He was introduced by Curtis Stokes, Chair, UNCF Advisory Council, Vice President for Community Affairs, Fifth Third Bank. Michael L. Lomax, Ph.D., is President and CEO of the UNCF. > Ms. Deiah Riley, <( Anchor, ABC Action News, WFTS-TV, was the Mistress u. of Ceremony. Pastor C Xavier Johnson of True :i Faith Baptist Church, gave > the invocation. ,Andrew ;3 Hall, Regional Director of en External Affairs, AT&T Florida, and Frank 1-James, District Manager, Winn Dixie Foundation, brought the welcome; Machelle Maner, Vice President, Wells Fargo Company and Cheryl Howard, Director of Finance, Ryan Howard Family Foundation, gave greetings. There were also student testimonials. Entertainment was by the Bethune-Cookman University Choir. Closing remarks and acknowledgements were by Maurice Jenkins, Executive VP for Regional Development, UNCF; Randall Woods, Director Sales, BlueCross BlueShield of Florida; Sherry Paramore, Area Development Director, UNCF. The benediction was b y Bishop Oliver T. McCray, Jr., Pastor, Remnant of Faith Christian Church. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) >--------------------------------------------a: w > w c w ::r:: (/) ::::i m :::l ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::l m ...J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...J L1. C\1 T"" Voice of Our Speaking for Itself,., .. / I ,") q I r i\ (61.,. fiUd Entertainment & Events Inc. Proudly Presents The Free Parking ":" Free Admission O>mpanies froni all overJhe TAHPA BAY area will have representatives there to offer REAL positiims within their companies. RETAIL -PROFESSIONAL -TECHNICAL -LABOR -MEDICAL -DRIVERS -ADMIN FULL TDIE-PART TIHE-SEASONAL Career I Job a Opportunity Fair Also includes: Small BusinesS Opportunities RestJne Review by Keiser University Business Coaches Technical and Vocational Schools Rtpresentatives For More Information go to: www.redcarpetusa.us Or CONTACT Us: 813-943-8583 sl.llHII:arpstusa@yahoo.com **Partial proceeds from this event will go to the George stein brenner Boy's Club Herma White. Ms. Cynthia Keeton attended the luncheon Among those who attended the luncheon were Felecia Gilmore-Long, Dawn Givens-Perkins and Rustle Pritchard. Gentlemen in attendance were: Fifth Third Exec, Charles Thybulle, Jose Cayon and Kevin Bryant. Dane Jones, Wimberly Jones and Shanita Allen at the UNCF Luncheon. Luvator Nelson,. Evangelist Rhudine Poole and Verlion Jordan were in attendance. These luncheon attendees are: Brenda Greenway, Verlion Jordan, Evangelist Rhudine Poole, King Davenport, Mary Williams, Betty Johnson, Estella Davenport, Evelyn Davenport, and Bethune and Jesse Davenport.

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Bobbi Kristina: 'She's Alwavs With Me' Tvler, The creator Kanve West Annovs Roval that she had been acting er-Crashes Show FamiiV In His london Crib s: WHITNEY HOUSTON And Daughter, BOBBI KRISTINA In her first interview since Whitney Houston's death, daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown said she's "doing as good as I possibly can" and recalled the tender last mo ments she shared with her superstar mother before her sudden death last month "She's always with me," said the 19-year-old, Houston's only child and sole heir. "Her spirit is strong, it's a strong spirit. I feel her pass through me all the time." Brown made the com ments in a Sunday interview with Oprah Winfrey. Pat Houston, the singer's man ager and sister-in-law, and Gary Houston, the brother of Whitney Houston were also interviewed. Brown credited her fam ily and God for helping her cope since her mother's death on Feb. 11 at the age of 48. Brown said the night be fore her mother's death, she asked her to spend the night with her "I slept in her arms all day, all night long," said Brown. Pat Houston said in the days before Houston died, the singer had not been abus ing drugs, despite reports ratically. She said an event When Tyler, l> she attended two days before The Creator Kanye West may JJ her death where Houston is around, foolready be wearing out his looked disheveled was parishness is usuwelcome across the pond. ticularly difficult because the ally not too far Yeezy has been living in the legendary performer got into behind. The Lanesborough Hotel, where a verbal spat with a former dd ......__--'-'---'--"""' he rented out the entire top Contestant On the ''X vactor." 0 Future TYLER, THE fl h I f h r< f oor, t e ast ew mont s. Pat Houston would not ront man CREATOR hopped on However, his neighbors name the woman, but Stacy have been annoyed by al-Francis has said that she stage with Gucci Mane during a perleged loud music playing and Whitney Houston had d d king formance and things got real an wee smo words that night. in record time. The problem is that According to Pat Hous-The reckless MC was Kanye's digs are near ton, Francis "made herself bd d f Buckingham Palace and, acquickly su ue by one o present everywhere we Gucci Mane's security cording to Big Sean, memwere," unnerving Houston KANYEWEST hers of the Royal family have been complaining to the hotel. Besides setting up impromptu music studios, Y eezy also uses his hotel rooms for his fashion de signs. guards, probably unfamiliar and leading to an argument. The day of her death had with who the rapper was, and been uneventful, according was choked and dragged off to her manager. Houston had of stage. 'Disco lnlerno' Singer And Member 01 The Trammps,_ Dies lunch in her hotel and was preparing for her mentor Clive Davis' annual party. Houston was scheduled to tape an infomercial and other interviews that day. Pat Houston went out to run errands for about a half hour and when she came back, Whitney Houston's assistant went to check on the singer. "When I headed down the hallway (to her room), I heard screaming," she said. When Pat Houston ar rived in the room, she saw the singer's security guard frantically trying to revive her ahead of the paramedics. He told her: "I tried." .Pat Houston said the singer had "a peaceful look on her face." The cause of Houston's death has not yet been revealed. Tom Cruise Mav Co-Star With Bevonce In Remake Beyonce's long-awaited collaboration with actor-di rector Clint Eastwood on a remake of the classic A Star Is Born has struggled to get off the ground due to delays Most recently, the produc tion was put on hold due to the pop star's pregnancy. But the filmmakers have also struggled mightily to find a leading man to co-star with Fresh off his comeback role in Mission Impossible: ROCK HILL, South Car olina --James T. Ellis, who belted out the refrain "Burn, baby burn!" in a 19708-era disco hit that's still replayed in modern sports arenas, has died. He was 74 David Turner of Bass Cauthen Funeral Home in Rock Hill, SC, said the frontman for The Trammps died Thursday at a nursing home in the city. The Trammps released "Disco Inferno"--the song with the popular refrain -in JAMES T. ELLIS 1976. The song was featured in the iconic movie "Satur day Night Fever," its sound track winning the Grammy Awar d for Album of the Year in 1978. "Disco Inferno" soared up to No. 11 on Billboard's Hot 100 on May 27, 1978. Halle Berrv Is Engaged French actor Olivier Martinez, 46, has con firmed that he is indeed en gaged to his long-tim e love, Halle Berry, 45 : "Yes, of course it's true!" ., r-0 JJ c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ c m :::! z "tJ c m r-c;; :I: m c m < m JJ -< BlOODMONEY ENTERTAINMENT, BIG DAVE & KEISHA PRESENT Ghost Protocol and a buzzy part in the upcoming musical Rock of Ages, Tom Cruise is said to be considering the co-lead. Martinez told said while promoting his new restau rant, Villa Azur, in Miami. The two met while filming "Dark Tides" in 2010 and began dating soon after. HALLE BERRY And OLIVIER MARTINEZ -t c m Coolio Arrested For Unpaid Vegas Ticket Coolio has been arrested in Las Vegas on a warrant charg ing him with failure to a p-L...____::::.__...J pear in court on COOLIO a traffic ticket almost two years ago. Police Officer Laura Meltzer says he was a pas senger in a vehicle officers stopped about 2 :20a.m. Fri day several blocks east of the Las Vegas Strip. No one else in the car was arrested. Coolio's real name is Artis Leon Ivey, Jr. The 48-year-old was sought on a warrant charging him with failure to appear on an illegal stop and driving without a license summons issued in June 2010. Berry was, previously married to baseball David Justice, and R&B crooner, Eric Benet. She also has one daughter, N ahla, from a previous rela tionship with model Gabriel Aubrey. Unfortu nately, none of Berry's high-profile relationships ended well. Her marriage to Justice ended amidst alle-CJ) gations of abuse and she c called it off with Benet after she discovered that he had )> -been unfaithful throughout Z their brief marriage. Her relationship with JJ Aubrey also ended with it's C fair share of controversy. He is currently trying to gain joint physical custody and spousal support from Berry to keep he and N ahla accus tomed to the life that Berry provided for them.

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leu lniurv Forces Woods To Withdraw At Doral TIGER WOODS > C Tiger Woods withdrew 0: from the WGC-Cadillac LL Championship at the TPC Blue Monster in Doral, Fla., < on Sunday with a left leg > injury after completing 11 C holes. He was 3-over par for on," said his office in a pre pared statement. his round. "He had tightness in the left Achilles warming up and it got progressively worse as the round went Woods, who was com peting for the third-consec utive week, changed shoes at the turn and was noticeably limping on the 1oth and nth holes. "After hitting my tee shot on 12, I felt it was necessary to withdraw," Woods said. UllfYI 'IGUJflfJ COMMISSIONER: TAMMY HARRIS COACH ROD MCKINNEY 813-531-2264 NFL YET CENTER 3310 E. LAKE AYE TAMPA, FL 33610 PHONE: 813-242-5346 FOOTBALL COMMISSIONER: MARCUS BYRD (727) 688-2893 SHAUNA JONES (813) 382-8940 CHEER COMMISSIONER: ANDREA MITCHELL (813) 263-6055 ROSAUND JONES {. COPELAND PARK RECREATION CTR 11001 N. 15TH STREET TAMPA, FL 33612 (813) 975-2743 COMMISSIONER: KELVIN WILLIAMS 813-458-5325 HIGHLAND PINES RECREATION CENTER 4505 E. 21ST AYE TAMPA, FL 33605 Please come out and join Unity Youth Football Conference Making the 2012 season the best it's ever been! Early Registration starts February 13th-April 13th FOOTBALL: $50.00 CHEERLEADERS: $75.00 ular Registration starts April 14th-until season begins FOOTBALL: $80.00 CHEERLEADERS: $125.00 Log on to www.tampaunitvfootball.com Barber Undecided On His future RONDE BARBER Ronde Barber hasn't decided whether he wants to play in the NFL next sea son, at the age of 37. But if he does, there's a place on the Buccaneers' roster for him. Barber, Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano and G.M. Mark Dominik sat down and discussed their plans for next season, and the Bucs brass told Barber it's up to liim whether he remains with the team that drafted him in 1997. woman sues Bucs' Talib For Alleged Threat .AQIBTALIB A Tampa woman is suing Buccaneers CB Aqib Talib for allegedly threatening to put a cap in her" during a traffic accident in December 2010. The plaintiff in the civil suit, Betty Atwood of Tampa, said in her March 2 filing that she was driving her car when Talib, driving another car, "negligently caused them to collide." She is seeking $15,000 in dam ages, alleging that she suf fered physical injuries from the crash, as well as depres sion, anxiety and "severe emotional distress" from Talib's threat, which she said occurred before the police arrived on the scene. Talib's attorney, Jay Reisinger, called the alle gation "false" and referred to the accident as "very minor in a statement made on his client's behalf on Thursday Redskins Trade With -Rams Shores Up QB Spot WASHINGTON Redskins receiver Anthony Armstrong, who hopes to be catching passes soon from Robert Griffin III, tweeted that "Stock in Superman socks just sky rocketed." The Redskins and St. Louis Rams have a deal in place for Washington to move into the No. 2 overall spot in next month's NFL draft. The Redskins will give three first-round selections this year's No. 6 overall, plus first-rounders in 2013 and 2014 plus a secondround pick this year in the ROBERT GRIFFIN III, swap, which must be approved by the NFL and can't be completed under league rules until the free agency period begins Tuesday. Pacman Jones Released From Probation Earlv Former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback, Adam "Pacman" Jones is getting a bit of lenie ncy from the law. Pleading guilty in January to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct for shouting profanities and resisting police officers in a Cincinnati bar in Julyhe was ordered to complete so hours of community ser vice, serve 1 year probation and pay $250 in court costs. Surprisingly, after com pleting community service, ADAM 'PACMAN' JONES Jones was released from probation on Friday 10 months early. Former UGA Tight End Charged A former tight end on the University of Georgia foot ball team, who had declared his intentions to enter the NFL Draft next month, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol Friday morning after he was pulled over at 3 a.m. Orson Reuben Charles, 21, was pulled over on after the officer noticed Charles' car was stopped in the north bound lane. The officer pulled up behind the car and waited about 45 seconds and flashed the high bearp. lights to get the attention of the driver. The car still did not move and the officer turned on his blue flashing emergency lights, exited the patrol vehicle and approached the stopped car. The car then began to drive north, and the officer returned to his car, activated the siren and followed ORSON REUBEN CHARLES Charles a short distance before he pulled into the parking lot of the Waffle House. The officer made contact with Charles, and he could smell the strong odor of alcohol coming from inside the car. Charles reportedly began to apologize to the officer and stated he was waiting for directions from a friend.

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Sports r---------------...; USF Bulls Basketball Bill Protects BEAUTY UNUMITED Team Now A Pan Of 'March Madness' concussions CN Youth athletes who get concussions will face more stringent medical scrutiny before getting back in the game, according to a bill approved Thursday by Flor id a's Legislature. HEAD COACH STAN HEATH AND PRFSIDENT JUDY GENSHAFr It's now official. The University of South Florida basketball team will be traveling to Dayton, Ohio for their first round game in the 2012 Division I Men's Basketball Championship this Wednesday. The Bulls (20-13) will face California (24-9) in their Mideast regiqn contest. Both teams are 12th seeds. USF head basketball coach, Stan Heath, sat with his team and USF President, Judy Genshaft, awa iting the announcement of the teams selected to par-ticipate in the tournament. The Bulls had to wait for the outcome of some conference tournament games before their fate would be decided. The Bulls finished the season with a 12-6 record in the Big East Conference, and got a second round bye when they entered the con ference tournament as a 6th seed. The Bulls defeated the Villanova Wildcats in their first tournament game, but lost in the quarterfinals t o Notre Dame. Texas RB Signs 5-Year Deal To Stav ARIAN FOSTER HOUSTON The Texans' star running back, Arian Foster fulfilled a childhood promise to his mom on Tuesday after signing a five year, $43-5 million to stay in Houston When Foster was growing up in Albuquerque, N.M ., the big-dreaming kid told each family member what he was going to get them when he hit the salary jackpot in pro foot ball. "I was, like 7 years o ld," Foster said at a news confer ence. "I was going to bu y a hous e, I was goin g to buy a car." He had a sp_ ecific gift in mind for each family member, and told his mother, Bernadette Sizemore, that he d get her a fruit b asket. It became a running gag in the family for years, with relatives always asking Arian when he would make good. On Tuesday, Sizemore got the fruit basket delivered to her office in Albuquerque, where s he 's an administra tive assistant for AfricanAmerican students at the Univ e rsity of New Mexico. The House and Senate unanimously backed the bill requiring schools and sports leagues to immediately remove athletes suspected of having a concus sion. A physician must evaluate and approve the child's return to practice or play, under the bill that still needs Gov. Rick Scott's sig nature. Coaches in all sports also will be required to take an online concussion awareness course, and parents will have to sign consent forms explaining the increased risks to a child's still-developing brain, said sponsor Rep. Ronald "Doc" Renuart, R-Ponte Vedra Beach. Giants Release RB Jacobs After 7Years BRANDON JACOBS EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -Brandon Jacobs was released Friday by the New York Giants after he could not reach agreement on a restructured deal. The running back spent seven seasons with New York, winning two Super Bowls. Jacobs, 29, ran for 571 yards and seven touchdowns last season as a backup to Ahmad Bradshaw. He is the fourth-leading rusher in franchise hi story with 4,849 yards, but saw his role diminish with the emergence of Bradshaw. MALLORY It is indeed a pleasure to bring you this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Mallory. As her husband, Brian, will tell you, his wife is a fitness nut and enjoys working out. Her future plans are to continue to work hard, take her fitness to the next level, and become a per sonal trainer. Mallory's philosophy of life is: "Live life to the fullest; life is too short." Mallory enjoys listening to Beyonce and she said she's proud to be with a man who is con fident, good looking, has a great personality, and a sense of humor. Congratulations to Mallory as this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: lcrews@flsentinel.com. Meridien Research is conducting a research study of an investigational medication for type 2 diabetics taking metformin Qualified participants will receive study-related: Evaluations, physical exams, lab work Investigational medication Meridien* Qesearch I) 727-34 7-8839 0 WNW NewStudy l n f ) ::813-877-8839 : 0 """"" ..... "' ST PETERSB UR3 TAr,1PA BROOKSVILLE BRADENTON "" 0 ..... "" "11 r-0 :::D c )> C/) m z :::! z m r-Dl c: rrm :::! z "'C c:-Dl !: C/) ::I: m c m < m :::D < -f c: m C/) c )> z c "11 :::D c -: C) m ...... C1l

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Call Now For Your FREE In Home Quote. Plans Starting At Only $20.00 Per Month Call Now 813-359-7303 Office . k : . i National NAACP Will Go To u. N. Council Over Voter Suppression NAACP leaders will be in Geneva, Switzerland next week to get support for end ing voter suppression in the USA. The group intends to lobby the United Nations there and to examine violations of minority voting rights in America at the U.N. Human Rights Council. NAACP President, Ben Jealous will travel with the group who will bring to light the recent Republican led voting laws in fourteen states, that he claims will lead to voter suppression of minorities. "Now, like then, the principal concern is voting rights," Jealous continued. "In the past year, more states have passed more laws, push ing more voters out of the ballot box, than at any point since the rise of Jim Crow. We have seen at least 5 mil lion voters have their votes blocked by specific states like South Carolina, Texas, Mississippi and Wisconsin. Teen To Be Tried As Adult For Mother's Murder JOSHUA SMITH DETROIT -A 14-yearold Detroit boy will stand trial as an adult in the shoot ing death of his 36-year-old mother A 36th District Court judge determined Thursday that there was enough evidence to send Joshua Smith's case to Wayne County Circuit Court. Smith faces an adult charge of :first-degree murder and using a firearm during a felony. Arraignment is set for March 15. Police say Tamiko Robinson was shot to death Feb. 27 at her home following an argument with the teenag er. A shotgun belonging to the boy's stepfather was used in the shooting. An officer said Smith told investigators he was tired of being called names. The judge denied a request by defense lawyer George Chedraue to have his state ments to police suppressed because of his age. Pres. Obama: 'America Is Coming Back' HOUSTON -Raising campaign cash in Republican territory, President Barack Obama on Friday hailed a rebounding economy and accused Republicans of banking on voters having "amnesia" about the steps that led to a brutal econom ic collapse. "The recovery is accelerating. America is coming back," Pres. Obama told 6oo supporters at a Texas fundra:iser. Bidding for re-election, Pres. Obama bounded between a rally-style event in a sprawling RollsRoyce manufacturing plant south of Richmond, Va., to a pair of Houston fundraisers. Framing the trip: a new monthly jobs report show ing employers 227,000 jobs in February, the latest sign that the economy is headed in the right direction. Every month's jobs report is seen as a barometer of the economy and an important factor in the presidential PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA race. The unemployment rate held steady at 8.3 percent, the result of more Americans looking for work as job growth takes hold month by month. The jobs report and split loyalties among Republican voters assessing Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and the rest of the GOP field give Pres. Obama's team renewed confidence that the path he has forged could help him win re-election. Teen Killed In Gated Communitv BvWatchman SANFORD, FL -The curious case surrounding the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in a gated Florida community has the family of the teen questioning the circumstances that led to his untimely death at the hands of an armed neighborhood watch captain. The watch captain is a White man. Martin's fami ly will be filing a lawsuit, and are demanding the arrest of the captain. Trayvon Martin's life ended last month during the NBA AllStar Weekend. His brisk walk to a convenience store to buy candy for his 13-year-old brother turned into a confrontation with the armed captain. Martin, who lived in Miami, was visiting his father and stepmother in the gated Retreat town homes at Twin Lakes in Sanford, some 20 miles north of Orlando. While details are sketchy at best, as Martin was returning home, watch cap tain George Zimmerman reportedly confronted the teen after a 911 call went out TRAYVON MARTIN of a suspicious person walking in the neighborhood. While waiting for police to arrive, Martin family lawyer Ben Crump says Zimmerman approached the boy, who was near the sidewalk near his father's home. When police officials arrived, Martin was dead by way of a single gunshot wound. Crump believes race is a factor in the killing. On Thursday, the family intends to hold a press con ference, where they will further demand that Zimmerman gets arrested.

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Crime Dispute Over Telephone Ends With. Shooting PATRICK EUGENE REED An argument ended with one man being shot and another arrested. Police said the two men became engaged in a dispute over a telephone. According to police, Anthony Xavier King, 22, and Patrick Eugene Reed, 27, were in the 4000 block of E. Clifton Avenue on Thursday afternoon. The two allegedly began arguing over a telephone and the argument turned into a physical altercation. At sqme point during the fight, Reed is alleged to have produced a firearm, shot King, and fled scene. He was arrested two blocks from where the shooting took place. Police said Reed had a handgun in his pocket at the time of his arrest. He reportedly admitted shooting King and was charged with aggravated battery. Reed was released from jail after he posted a $7,500 bond. King had non-life threat ening injuries, police stated. 31 Clerks Arrested For To Underage Patrons Last Thursday, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and the w Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco visited several retail alcohol vendors. The purpose ofthe visits was to ensure that the clerks were not selling alcoholic bever ages to underage individu als. Known as Operation "Spring On Board," the visits were held days before Spring Break, to remain retails that it is illegal to sell alcoholic beverages to any one under the age of 21. Undercover employees were used to visit the stores and attempt to purchase alcoholic beverages. Police visited 141 stores and arrested 31 store clerks for selling alcohol to. individu als under the age of 21. -All of the clerks were given a "Notice To Appear," and were released at the scene. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hmng of a lawyer IS an Important dec1s1on that should not be based solely upon advertisements Before you dec1de ask us to sene you FREE mitten mformat1on about qual1f1cat1ons and expenence' Brawl Ends With Man Shot In Chest CARD RICK CASON ..... hospitalized with gun-shot wound to the chest. ST. PETERSBURG Police are investigating a shooting that sent a man to the hospital Saturday after a fight at 1329 24th Avenue, South Police said Cardrick Cason, 29, was shot in the chest while fighting with /another man. Friends of both men were watching the fight before someone in the group shot Cason. The groups dispersed after the shooting, and Cason was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries Detectives have not determined the identity of the shooter at this time. Deputies Fatallv Shoot Armed woman ORANGE PARK According to reports, deputies in Orange Park, Florida shot and killed an armed woman near Jacksonville Saturday I morning. According to a report the 49-year-old woman was shot in the parking lot of the Clay County Sheriff's Office. According to Col. Craig Aldrich, two deputies were returning to the substation when the woman pointed what appeared to be a gun at them. The deputies reportedly told her to put the gun down, but she refused. One of the deputies fired several -shots, killing the woman, Investigators are trying to determine if the weapon she was carrying was a real firearm. She did not fire any shots, and she was not iden tified. Checl< Us Out On Facebook [I] Man Charged Two Years After Armed Robberv Tur.ns Into Murde r RAYSHAWN HUFF ... Charged with 2010murder A Lakeland man has been arrested for a murder that occurred nearly two years ago. The arrest came about through a cooperative effort between the Lakeland Police Department and the Polk County Sheriffs Office. According to police, Philip May was shot during an armed robbery on April 1, 2010. He died on April i3, 2010, from those injuries. Christopher Kirkland was a suspect in that homi-CHRISTOPHER KIRKLAND .. Charged with criminal activity pertaining to the murder cide: Kirkland was indicted for criminal activities pertaining to the murder on February 8, 2011. Police said Rayshawn Huff, 261 was arrested on an outstanding warrant for aggravated assault with a firearm on March 7th. The charge was not related to the homicide. While in jail on unrelated charges, Huff was charged with the murder. He is being held without bond. lakeland Man Charged, With Manslaughter LAKELAND -Ronald Roundtree, 48, has been charged with manslaughter following a fatal fight over $6o in drug money. -Roundtree is accused of pun<;hing Ronald Martin, 55, causing him to hit .his head on the tile floor of his home in Lakeland, police said. Roundtree was released from jail Thursday after posing his $25,000 bail. According to police, Martin was found unre-sponsive on February 28th. He was put on life support, but died March 2nd. Police said Martin's family found out from an unidentified person who claimed to be Martin's neighQor that his injury was the result of a battery. He gave them a note implying another neighbor was RONALD ROUDNTREE responsible for the injury. Police later developed Roundtree as a suspect and said he and Martin fought over $60 worth of drugs Roundtree allegedly helped Martiri. to purchase. Police said Roundtree was trying to collect the drug debt for himself, but Martin had already paid it to another person. UNCU:SANDY ... You will be blessed 3, 11, 12, 19 if you are nice to people. 20,21,29 31 Love goes a long way. 34,42,43,51.

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c: lbll II PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for Roof Replacement at 2 Sites (Adams Middle School and Ferrell Magnet M iddle School). The scope includes re-roofing several specific buildings at each campus with an estimated construction cost between $640,000 and $960,000 Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0. Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602, until bid opening at 3 :00 p.m. on March 23, 2012. HCPS will host non-mandatory pre bid conferences at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 8, 2012 at Adams Middle School, 1 0201 North Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33612, and at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, March 9, 2012 at Ferrell Magnet Middle School, 4302 24th Street, Tampa, Florida 33610. Attendees must sign in and present a photo ID to gain access to the conferences. 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N 'I"'" 0 N II REAL ESTATE II -=II =SA=LO=N=S ===SP=IRIT=UA=LI=ST===--=!.111 II WE BUY HOUSES II := >"' en w ::::) ..... c a: 1.1. c z c en w ::::) ..... 1;: w > w c w l: en :::; m ::::) 11. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::::) m ...1 w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ...1 1.1. N N w .. D.:, Learn How To Create Wealth Investing In Real Estate Rehab For Profit Build With Equity Build A Positive Cash Flow Rental Business Must Have Fair Credit Must Have Cash To Close Serious Inquiries Only Please Call Kenny Rushing 813.675.7040 II SALONS Micros Short Hair 65 Micros Long Hair $85 Kinky Twists $65 Box Plaits $40 Sew-In WecNeS $45 Call For Appointment (813) 567-1429 Angelique's African Hair Braiding 4707 East Busch Blvd. Between 46th and 48th (813) 988-7037 Micros, Corn Rows Sew-Ins, Dread Locs And Kinky Twist B'Eiegant Beauty Salon 3402 North 34th Street Is Looking For Licensed Hair Stylists Booth Rental Only Call Mrs. B (813) 621-2820 (813) 956-0020 Hair Braiding 813-381-2105 Senegalese Twists $130.00 II Micros $125.00 Kinky Twists $100.00 Body Plaits $85.00 Bobs $75.00 Sew-Ins $60.00 Rochelle 5810 North 40th Street (813) 965-0485 Relaxer, Condition & Trim $45 00 Invisible Part Weave $55.00 Duby/Feather Wrap Weave $50.00 Dread Re-Twist $40.00 Full Sew -In $99 ,00 Walk Ins Welcome Dominican Hairstylist $20.00 Blow And Go $40.00 Relaxer And Go $80 .00 -Weave And Go Call Shelia Today (813) 481-9765 For Natural Braids And Extensions Call Arleah (813) 846-6313 Expressions Hair Studio Sew-In Senegalese Twist $85.00 $100.00 Relaxers, Cut-N-Color $60.00 Eyelash Extension & Eyebrow Arch $25.00 II (813) 322-4333 Or (813) 300-0404 Michelle Stylist SELL YOUR HOME DON'T LET THOSE OTHER GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSE! Cash In 3 Days For Your House See Our Ad In The Rorida Sentinel. II www.rehabberssuperstore.com (813) 675-7040 SPIRITUALIST II Hot Lottery Number Sheet $5.00 Donation Call Or Write Today Queen P.O. Box 204425 Martinez, GA 30907 (706) 737-0299 II TAX SERVICES II Simplex Investment LLC Tax Accounting & Financial Planning Services (813) 333-sna (813) 391-5517 Professional CPA Works Directly With The IRS Year Round All Individuals And Businesses Are Valued Customers II II Spiritualist Healer Advisor True Woman Of God Can Help You On Love, Marriage, Business Sister Maya Can Remove Bad Luck, Evil Spirits (813) 379-1151 7512 N. Armenia Avenue Harmony Church 2517West Henry Avenue St. Patrick Psychic Fair March 17th 10:00 a.m.-4:00p.m. March 18th 1 :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Lots Of Fun Rev. Emma Rosa (813) sn..-sa14 (813) 872-D295Church Life. Coach :._a)/::. _uren TRAINING Private Professional Drum Instruction All Levels Including Reading And Drum Set Call (813) 248-2600 Now For Location And Time WELL DRILLING Dave's Well Drilling And Pump Service Call (813) 446-6045 Or (813) 732-9098 (Cell) Ask For Dave SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS II II Psychic Adviser Removes Stress, Negativity, Obstacles. Restore Love, Peace, Happiness Back In Your Life Today! Call Now For Answers To All Questions 817-797-4555 Sister Grace 1907 East Fletcher Palm, Card Reader Spiritual Cleansing Removes Bad Luck Evil Spells Restores Lost Nature Advise On Love/Marriage Health Arid Business Special Readings $5.00 Phone (813) 506-9239 I Pay Cash In 3 Days For Your House Before I Buy Your House I Can Provide You With : 1 Proof Of Funds: Proving Have The Cash To Buy Your House. 2. References: Phone Numbers Of People I've Bought Houses From Recently. Occupational License: That I Am A Legitimate Business Owner. Before You Sell Your House To Some Scrupulous Person Make Sure They Can Offer You The Same Credentials. Some Investors Make False Claims That They Have The Money To Buy Your House But Really Do Not. I Also Encourage You To Consult With Your Attorney Before Selling Me Your House Qr one Else. We Value Our Relationship With The Community And AppreCiate The Continued Support Over The Years. I've Helped Hundreds Of People Get Cash Fast For Their House Since August, 2000. I'm Here To Help You And Will Not Let You Down Call Me For A Free Consultation: Kenny Rushing, President Rehabber's Superstore, Inc. 813 675 7040 Ext. 11

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