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. :-; Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 17 VOL. 67 NO. 61 TUESDAY MARCH 20 2012 24 PAGES 75 Teen Killed Bv Watch Volunteer Has local Ties SEE PAGE 3 Citizens Urged To Anend Code Enforcement Event SEE PAGE 3 Jurv Selection Begins In 2010 Murder case SEE PAGE 12 CHURCH HOlDS GRAND OPENING OF FAITH MART The Faith Church held its grand opening of the Faith Mart Food Pantry recently to celebrate moving into a larger building. Faith Church has operated the Food Pantry for about 2 years. The pantry is open Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a. m.-3 p. m. Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, the food pantry gives out bags of grocery. The ministry took on a new name earlier in the year and moved its Sunday worship services to King High School. Those who took part in the recent grand opening are from left: Veronica Bostick, Una i! Brown, Pastor Darrick Fullwood, Sr., his wife, Lady Angela Fullwood, and Sharon Poitier. (Photography by BRUNSON)

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N re Local local Realtor wants To Help Others Get Started This is "The Castle" that the SerrallesGroup calls home. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter C Realtor and mortgage fE broker, Eddie Serralles, c has created what he calls a Z One Stop Shop Real Estate Agency. ic:C Serralles said he was able to do that by taking adw vantage of the real estate market when it was at its it peak. w Operating out of Tampa Heights, Serralles said they c like to service their cusw tomers, and they also try to ::z:: en educate people. ::; "We will also help others get started in the business by making them a loan." Z Serralles grew up on a fii farm in Plant City and when j he graduated from high :l school in 1987, he decided m ..J w z ;:: z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL Grits Pancakes that was not the life for him. "I came into the Tampa Heights area for the first time when I was 18. After I decided to get into the real estate busines s, I started looking for an office. I've al ways been drawn to castles and when I drove by a build ing on Highland Avenue, the first thing I thought was how much it looked like a castle. "I later bought the build ing, and now I actually live above my offices in my cas tle." Serralles said the econ omy has slowed down a bit for real estate, but it's still good to get into it. He said he's also very in-tune with the development plans for Tampa Heights. "We do a lot of seminars for investors and I want to Fish Eggs French Toalt Country Ham Unb {8/P) Turkey Bacon Sau10ge Patty {P/f) Com Beef Hash Chicbn Wings Salmon Croquettes Hash Browns Toalt Oatmeal 813-33!r7857 STARTING 0 7 A.M. 2630 E. LAKE AVE. EDDIE SERRALLES do some things in the Sulphur Springs area. I bought a building in that area, and I have a lot of meetings there and the seminars and meet ings are free for everyone. "I promote the principle of earning while you learn, and I wanno help others so they can help themselves." Serralles said he grew up poor, and his interest in doing business in the inner city is because that's where the opportunities are. The inner city is a gold mine right now. "In this business, I've learned that timing is impor tant, and so is We have a proven track record of helping people and being successful." Serralles invites every one to come by his offices a 2322 North Highland Avenue, or visit his website at Eddie@SerrallesGroup.com. BURIAL INSURANCE Funenll Coat between $7,000 lltd $10,000. Protect Yourtelf Toclly. Cal Now For Your FREE In Holle Quote. Plana Starting At Only $20.00 Per Month Psvchiatrist Hopes To Raise Awareness 01 Mental Health BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In the past, discussing mental health issues has al ways been taboo. In recent years, people seeking mental help has become more com mon, for some, seeking help still bears a stigma. Dr. Vashaun Williams, M. D., and Board Certified Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist hopes to bring awareness to mental health issues and erase the stigma. As an e mplo yee of the Mental Health Care Inc ., 5707 N. 22nd Street Dr. Williams primarily focuse s on <;hildren and adolescents. He said in his private practice, "we cover the land scape. We handle any mental issue. "Ther e is an unmet need in regards to education awareness and access to mental health services. I'm working to increase and raise awareness to address this need." He further stated that from a cultural standpoint, there is a stigma associated with receiving mental health services. However Dr. Williams-said an individ. ual's mental well-being is just as important as one's physical well-being. Having a clear, balanced state of mind can empower a person to perform at his or her optimal level," he said Dr. Williams said that currently there is a shortage of board certified psychia trists and shortage becomes even more prevalent with mi norities. A recent study released in the February issue of the Psychological Services Journal revealed that more likely whites with higher levels of education will seek treatment than Blacks. Dr. Williams said, "I'm really excited the research was done that focused on mi-V ASHAUN WILLIAMS, M. D Child, Adolescent and Adult Board Certified Psychiatrist norities because not a lot had been done before. Other stud ies must be done to duplicate the same results." He agrees that cultural differences stigma, and a lack of understanding may also be factors. -Dr. Williams said once people are made aware of mental illness symptoms, then they will be more con scious of where to seek help. He said the media is a very powerful tool to get the infor mation to the public. A native of Sanford, Florida, Dr. Williams graduated from Florida A & M University as a Chemistry I Pre-Medicine major. He continued his edu cation at Morehouse School of Medicine, and completed his residency at Palmetto Health Alliance, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Dr. Williams, 36, prac ticed briefly in Tallahassee after completing his Psychiatry Training and moved to Tampa. He is married to Mrs. Erika Williams and the father of tWo children. The fam ily attends First Baptist Church of College Hill. He list among his hobbies traveling with his family, mentoring, and coaching youth in sports.

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c: Features m Heart Ailment Teenager Killed Bv Watch Volunteer Has local Connection BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor SANFORD --The family of a 17-year-old who was shot and killed by a Neighborhood Watch volunteer wants justice. Police have not arrested George Zimmerman, the man in connection with the February 26, shooting. Trayvon Martin was buried on March 3. Mrs. Marion Spotford Evans, a Tampa native and grandmother of Trayvon Martin said, "We are onl y getting bits and pieces from the news. The police have not told us anything since the ini tial shooting. On the day of the shoot ing Martin was visiting his father, Tracy Martin, in the gated community in Sanford He had gone to the store and purchased a back of Skittles and an iced tea. Mrs. Evans said probably had his earpieces in because he was always listening to mustc. "I was told that it started to drizzle and he had the hoodie over his head coming back from the store." Mrs. Evans said he was about 70 feet from his desti nation when the shooting took place. "He had a reason to be in that-gatedcommu nity. Zimmerman must have started to follow Trayvon, but he was not the kind of kid that would bother anyone. "Zimmerman called 9-1-1 and was told not to get out of his car, but he did anyway. TRAYVON MARTIN ... Shot and killed by Neighborhood Watch Volunteer A lady who said it happened in her backyard said she heard someone crying for help and then she heard the shot. "It's sad that in 2012, we still have to fight so hard for justice and equality. The po lice chief is making all kinds of excuses trying to justify it," Mrs. Evans said. She further stated that the family has appeared on sev eral television shows talking about the death. Some of those shows including: "Inside Edition," "Good Morning, America," "TheAl Sharpton Show,'.' "The Michael Baisden Show," and "The Tom Joyner Morning Show." Trayvon wa the youngest child of Ms. Sybrina Fulton, Mrs. Evan's daughter. Ms. Fulton said, "I just want justice for my son. My .heart is I keep thinking he is going to walk through the door and the nightmare is going to end." His father, Tracy Martin, said, "People see what has happened and they know it's wrong for the police to not arrest and charge this man for killing my son." Since his death, Trayvon's parents have an online petition. The web site, which had 398,557 signatures Monday, is: www. change.org. NAACP Calls For Action The Seminole Branch NAACP President, Turner Clayton Jr, said, "It is time for the police department to give an account of its action in this case because we do not agree with this so-called self defense finding The NAACP does not con done the actions of the San ford Police Department and feel that George Zimmerman should have been arrested based on the evidence of this case. A town hall meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 20, 7 p.m., at the Allen Chapel AME Church, 1203 Olive Avenue, Sanford, Florida. The Mayor, City Manager and Chief of Police have all agreed to attend this meet ing. The Rainbow-PUSH Coalition of Florida is joining the NAACP of Seminole County. "We believe that the town hall meeting is a healthy and timely vehicle to allow the family and community to express their grief and out:. rage constructively," Rev. Charles S. McKenzie, Jr., said. Citizens Encouraged To Anend Code Enforcement Workshop On Thursday, March 2211<\ the City ofTampa's Code En forcement Agency will be holding a workshop at City Council Chambers. It is scheduled to begin at 10 a. m. Citizens are encouraged to attend this workshop and bring their ideas and con cerns. According to City Coun cilman Frank Reddick's office, citizens have brought to the attention of Council members the need for the policies and procedures of that office to be reviewed. Councilman Reddick said something needs to be done to make the procedure of collecting fines levied against citizens and busi nesses in violation more ex pedient. There will be discussions on the policy issues that deal with civil citation and fore closure registration, and rep resentatives from Code Enforcement, the city's legal department and zoning staff have been requested to ap pear. It has been requested that the city's Budget Office pro vide a report on the amount and allocation of funds col lected through the satisfac tion of liens or fines, and that they conduct a cost benefit analysis of the effectiveness and cost of services currently outsourced to private com panies when it comes to se curing properties, mowing, and demolition. The problem with snipe signs will be discussed that are along the city's right-of way, and that those in viola tion be fined. )> Claims lite II Middle N SchoolTeacher MRS. CAROLE USA MILLER FOSTER 12/23/1960 --3/16/2012 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Hillsborough County middle school teacher died at a local hospital this weekend. Her death has been attrib uted to congestive heart fail ure. Mrs. Carole Lisa Miller Foster, 51, died at Brandon Regional Hospital on March 16th. The only child of Robert L. and the late Mrs. Hazel C. Miller, Mrs. Miller Foster was a native of Lees burg, Florida. She graduating from Leespurg High School in 1978, and enrolled at the University of South Florida. Mrs. Miller Foster met her husband, Gerald B. Foster, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, while a student. She became a memof Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. The couple married in July 1981, and Mrs. Foster graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in education the following year. After graduating college, Mrs. Miller Foster obtained employment with the Hillsborough County School District. She taught Special Education to 6th, and 8t h grade students. Mrs. Miller Foster was assigned to Rodgers Middle School in Riverview, at the time of her death. Mrs. Miller Foster began her career at Webb Middle School with the 1984-N 85 school year. Other middle schools she taught at include Monroe, Oak Park and Progress Village Middle ;:!! Schools. Mrs. Miller Fos-0 JJ ter also taught at Edison SulC phur Springs, and Boyette )> Springs Elementary Schools. en Her husband said that Mrs. Miller Foster had :::1 been ill with the disease for a long some time. He further r stated that she enjoyed read-ing and caring for her 6 r grandchildren. J;; Mrs. Miller Foster was :::1 the mother of three adult Z children, Geri, Robert, and Chad. m r Funeral services for Mrs. c;; Miller Foster were incom plete as of press time. How ever, Foster said the funeral will be held at Mount Olive A M. E. Church, where she was a member. 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.,... 0 2201 21st Avenue (s1 3 ) 3481921 United States ended the war o Published Every Tuesday and Friday By today, next year, the year a: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., c( Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) after or five years down the ..:: andAmaJgamated Ptblishers.lnc. Newvoo. road? I would boldly say, no ..:: C 1990 94 CP Timelntemational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: it It would save lives, CC0 Flortde Sentinel Bulledn, save money, and get rid of a P.O Bo 3383 Twnpe. FL 33801 llahanlstan f3 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa. FL : very big headache. ::::;) c. BtytN A"*-America, let me clue you .... c.== Jr. A Needless, Senseless War in to a stone-cold hard fact. 1to (1877) America is not going to win s. KAY ANDREWS. PUBLISHER T he war in Afghanistan things that are not typical of the war in Afghanistan, no is a needless and our fighting forces. matter how long we stay .. senseless war. America is supposed to there and fight. And I pro-HAROLD ADAMS. CIRCULAT10N MANAGER It has been too long, too be a smart nation. Ifthis is mise you, nothing will have BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR t d dl t t th Am h ld h d d h. TOYNETTACOIIB,PAODUCTIONMANAGER expensive, oo ea y, oo rue, en enca s ou c ange an not mg IS LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSFIED MANAGER time consuming and too dehave learned a lesson from going to change. Subecriplions-$44 .0C>-6 Manthe Bolh Edltion8 : $87.oo-Per Year Bolh Editions. Os*liana expreaed on ed-P"'IM of lhiB ._by eounrw. Go.-Wlllln. do not neceeaaoty reftecllhe edlloNI -"' The Florldll SenllnlllluiiMin the Publoher Voter Roadblocks: America Strikes Back We wondered how long it would take the Justice Department to come to its senses. Here recently, the federal agency whose name once struck fear in the hearts of opponents of the Democratic process, has decided enough is enough. At last, the Justice Department is attempting to put a stop to a the Republican romp across the guarantees of the ii: 1965 Voting Rights Act. &L. Notice we say the Justice Department is attempting 0 to put a stop to what Republican-run states are doing against the Voting Rights Act. Our trepidation is based on a traditional understanding that when the 0 fox is already in the henhouse, urgency is only a footen note. w ::::;) We refer to efforts of certain states (Florida in-eluded) to make certain African Americans, women, a: Hispanics, college students and other groups have one heck of a time voting if indeed, th_ey vote at all. To w this new slew of Republican led objections, the Justice Department has put "speed-bumps" in place. J: We applaud such court-initiated speed-bumps, but, what we would rather see is a complete halt and m disbandment of an onslaught against the Voting Rights Act, altogether. For, we realize that if certain z parties can destroy Americans' right to vote, next on tij the agenda will be Americans right to be free. ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z Things That Malle You Go Hmmml' t= z w en unlike some jobs, we get paid to imagine the unimaginable. So, we were thinking that we are ii: often puzzled by what we call instances of Amer-O ican schizophrenia and governmental hypocrisy. So, Lt we thought we'd share with you some of the many questions that sometime cross our mind that make us go, "Hmmm!" For one, why does a certain political party raise so much sand against President Obama's affordable healthcare mandate for all Americans to purchase health insurance, yet, this same group turns around and "mandate" all women must secure an ultrasound image before ending a pregnancy? Another one. Why do such conservative groups oppose insurance coverage for contraceptives, but are silent about the same coverage payment for "Viagra" (a male sexual enhancement product)? Also, why do certain politicians sing a "no new taxes" tune, yet, turn right around and remove tax deductions that increase the amount of taxes homeowners would have to pay? Worse yet, why does the statement "jobs creation" sound so hollow when government officials turn around and implement budget cuts, which create thousands of jobless citizens? And finally, why do government officials shout, ;: "Education is the key to sue(:eSS," then reduce funding 9 for education and enact policies that drive teachers out of the state of Florida? Hmmm pressing. American citizens history. Before we pack our miliare tiring of the war and I am talking about history tary gear up, we must first events of the war are begin-that tells us of other counpack up our inflated pride ning to affect the minds and tries that have fought long and our partisan politics. If actions of many of our soland hard before getting the the truth be told, pride and diers. message that nothing was partisan politics are the only Psychological breakchanging and just packed reason we are still fighting downs are becoming more up and went home. in the Afghanistan region. and more common among Yes, we killed Osama Let it go! It isn't worth it. our armed forces. It is easy bin Laden, and yes we Too many people are dying, to understand, considering have a lot of people in too much money is being some of our fighting forces Afghanistan, but let us be spent and the war takes too have been deployed in real. What has really much time away from tendAfghanistan on as ma:ny as changed in that country or ing to the more important three occasions. The human that area since we have been business of this nation. mind can only take so fighting war there? Are we If not before, certainly much. any closer to winning that after the November elecThe pressure of the long war today as we were on day tions, ending this senseless drawn-out war has begun to one? and needless war should be cause our troops to do Ask yourself, will it really a top priority. Bass Reaves 11838 -19101: First United States Marshal: A Lagend I fyou are a fan of West ern movies or "Gun smoke," this story is for you. When thinking of United States Marshals, usu ally Bat Masterson, or Matt Dillon come to mind. After today, however, think apout Bass Reeves, one of the first Black Americans to receive a commission as a Deputy U.S. Marshal, west of the Mississippi River. Born a slave in Crawford County, Arkansas, Bass Reeves and his family moved to Texas with his owner, George Reeves, in 1846. The then 8-year old Bass served as his owner's personal assistant. During the Civil War, Reeves es caped from slavery by fleeing north to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) and lived with the Seminole and Creek Indians. While living among Native Americans, Reeves learned to speak both Seminole and Creek languages fluently and became a "sharpshooter" with pistols and rifles. Some sources say that Reeves was believed to have fought with Union Indians during the Civil War. After the Civil War, Reeves moved back to Crawford County, Arkansas where he became a successful farmer and rancher. After marrying his Texas sweetheart, Nellie Jennie, Reeves fathered 10 children and ran the family farm until1875. use of his knowledge of Indian Territory and his ability to speak several In dian languages, Reeves was recruited by legendary Judge Isaac Parker and Parker-appointed U. S. Marshal, James F. Fagan. Thus, Reeves would become a deputy U. S. Marshal charged with fighting law lessness (horse thieves, bank robbers, murderers, etc.) which was rampant in Indian Territory. As a U. S. Marshal, Reeves achieved legendary status in capturing more than 3,000 felons under dangerous circumstances and having to shoot and kill only 19 outlaws in self-de fense during his 32-year ca reer. Reeves was described as 6'2", 180 pounds, a spiffy dresser with a large black hat and shiny boots, courteous, polite, and soft-spoken. Many felons were captured by Reeves because of his de tective skills and his use of disguises as a gun-slinger, farmer, outlaw, panhandler, and other characters to ap proach outlaws with out standing warrants. Reeves always wore two Colt pistols, butt forward, and rode a large white stallion. Noteworthy captures in clude the one time arrest of 19 horse thieves, the Tom Story Gang Bob Dozier (cattle and horse rustling and bank robberies), and Belle Starr's voluntary surrender at Fort Smith. Reeves also arrested a notorious Semi nole outlaw, Greenleaf, who had eluded capture for 18 years. Sadly, Reeves had to arrest his own son, Bennie, for the murder of Bennie's wife in 1902. When Oklahoma achieved statehood, in 1902, Reeves became a Muskogee, Okla homa police officer for three years. In his 35-year law encareer, Reeves was never wounded, even though he had his belt and hat shot off. Reeves died in 1910. Today, a bridge crossing the Arkansas River (U. S. Route 62) between Muskogee and Fort Gibson, Okla homa, is named in Reeves' honor. A book and film have also been written and released about the life of Bass Reeves. From now on, Bass Reeves' name will join those of Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and yes, even the fictional U. S. Mar shal Matt Dillon. Harambee!

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-HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday Continue paying down debt this year, until you can throw a Paid Off Party (if you're all paid up, consider chipping in for someone else). Career and finances hold-your focus until June, when thoughts turn to home and family. Do some cre ative writing. Have at least one adventure. Learn new skills. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Hang in there a little bit longer. You're actually doing better than you give yourself credit for. Rewards come to those who persist. You're getting stronger. Aries (March 21-April19)List your promises, keep them, and gather up the riches. A mid-afternQOn nap especially refreshes. Consider new opportunities, then go ahead and. apply. Dream big. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-The next two days are great for hanging with friends. Dream up some new moneymaking schemes, and set goals high. Get into action. You can do it. Gemini (May 21-June 21) Put on your power suit, and up the action. Someone s watching and measuring. You can do it! Share your elevator pitch when given the opportunity. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Rules simplify things: Stick to basics Expand to a wider view as you plan an adventure, but don't get distracted from your priorities You can find the funds. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -If you follow the directions, you save time (over making them up as you go), which is useful, as it's get ting so busy. Encourage someone to put their dreams on paper. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Learn from a friend's mistake. Partnership is key for the next few days. Unleash your imagination together, and cut through the gray fog to create in Technicolor. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) The right side of the brain keeps you, and others, entertained. Listen to its crazy ideas, and consider putting them into action Now's good for making money. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your creativity is enhanced for the next two days. Your inner child would like to come out and play. It's getting really romantic; give in to the moment Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Work from home over the next two days, if you can. Clear your space and clear your mind. Imagine the people you love being happy. Imagine yourself happy, too. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Hunt and gather for knowl edge to solve a great mystery. Things are falling into place Plant a tree that will give shade to. your grandchildren. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. dO -Let go of things that you don't need, and make room for pleasant surprises. Stick to your budget. Don t spend what you don t have. It's simple (but not always easy). BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Hope divulges to Brooke how she was able to deal with her intimacy issues; Steffy's feelings are hurt by Liam, and he feels guilty; Taylor and Brooke bicker about their daughters; Bill makes another plea to Liam. Liam is less than enthusiastic while telling Katie and Bill about his night with Hope; Eric and Stephanie tell Brooke and Ridge that they are now legally married; Hope admits to Dr. Stacy that her mother's sexual behavior has deeply scarred her. Brooke reveals to Katie the reason for Hope's angst; lfope's anxiety about her image being tar nished is exacerbated when a fan confronts her; Marcus invites his family and friends to Dayzee 's to share a momentous occasion. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Rafe checks on Nicole and finds out she's pregnant; Abe tries to repair the damage done to his mar riage; Daniel and Billie work out together; Abe learns Theo doesn't want to see him. Rafe and Nicole bond over their predicament with EJ and Sami; EJ misreads a situation between Nicole and Rafe; Gabi drops by Chad's place with exciting news ; Abigail decides to tell Austin the truth, but she gets interrupted. Tension escalates at the pub as everyone learns "Austin slept with Abigail and Carrie has feelings for Rafe; EJ's first act as mayor is to have Abe and Jennifer arrested for ballot tampering ; Billie is intrigued by Ian, but Kate warns her to stay awa y GENERAL HOSPITAL Sam gets deja vu; Patrick confides in Anna; McBain has a score to settle. Jason and Elizabeth run into each other; Luke has plans; Noah returns to Port Charles. There is a puzzle from Jason and Sam's past; Mac, Dante, Spinelli and Alexis all try to make Maxie come to her senses; Johnny presses Anthony. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Jill spies on Victor and GeneVieve s secret liaison, while Nick's decision to work with Sharon angers Phyllis. Kevin's love for Chloe affects Angelina, while Daisy's taunting torments Lauren. A compromising photo upsets Nikki, while Victor sets a trap for Genevieve. Mark and Joana Williams and Robert and Elaine Jackson were guests at the Rosier-Stokes Wedding. More wedding scenes in the Tampa Bay area. Crystal Watson, Sharitha Ribnan, Sam Austin and Andre Austin were guests at the Brown-Boykin wedding. Lillian Mobley, Ronald Derr and Raymond Anderson, members of the Rosettes Club, presented a check to Minnie Wingate to assist her with burial expenses. The Bolen-Elijay Wedding was a joyful event for family and friends. Among tyhe guests attending the festivities were: Sarah Barnum, Kim Williams, Renee Cole, Willis White and Steve Williams. ., 5 ::u C/) m z m r aJ c: r r g) z "tJ c: aJ c C/) ::1: m c m c! m c 3:1

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Fage5ix Tampa Police Invited To Testitv About 'Drop Scam' At Congressional Hearing BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, a Tampa Po lice detective will address the U.S. Senate's Finance Com mittee, in Washington, D.C. Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor said Detective Sal Augeri, who has worked numerous drop scam" cases is representing her and the department. During a telephone inter view, Chief Castor said, "I met with some officials from the Internal Revenue Service last week and everyone has come to the conclusion that we can't stop it at the investiC gation levels. It has to be a: stopped with fundamental LL changes that will take place at the point of filing income c( tax returns." She further stated that 0 en w TAMPA POLICE CHIEF JANE CASTOR she was invited by the Office of Senator Bill Nelson. However, she felt sending the detective who is working the cases is the best. Chief Castor stated that her department is continuing to investigate and make ar rests. However, a change in procedure may give the im pression that arrests have stopped. She stated that when offi cers come in contact with people involved in the scam, they continue to do their jobs, however, they now for ward that information to the Internal Revenue because tax fraud is a federal crime. She also stating that the historical places used t o obtain personal information appears to have dried up. Now, suspects are obtaining information by brokering it from employees working i n places such as doctor 's of fices, schools, medical cen ters, businesses and assisted living facilities, among other places. Of Detective Augeri's visit to Washington, Castor said, I hope it brings attention to the mag nitude of the crime and that the Internal Revenue Service will focus on making funda mental changes." ---------------------------------------------------------------w > w 0 w l: en ::::i m ;::) Q. z West TIIIPI Hal IV Focuses On Proposed Riverwalll Proiect _, _, ;::) m _, BY LEO N B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer w z When the Washington-i= based Urban Land Institute ffi group left Tampa several en weeks ago they proposed that the Riverwalk project 0: continue, and suggested that 0 an area on the West bank of i the Hillsborough River be CD redeveloped. The main area targeted by the Urban Land Use group was the North Boul e vard Homes Public Housing Complex On Saturday, more than 100 people gathered in West Tampa for a Community Support Rally, demanding a seat at the table when plans are made that will include the West Tampa area east of Howard Avenue, and West of North Boulevard. Tampa Rainbow Coali tion President, Rev. Charles S. McKenzie, said he was disappointed by what he read by some of the media sources that covered the event. w One publication said there were no more than a couple of dozen people at the Rev. Charles McKenzie speaks to the crowd gathered fvr the Community Rally. event, and most of them were the Occupy Tampa con tingent. If you were there, you know that's not true. "I felt we had a very en thusiastic crowd and we wanted to bring attention to the impact the Riverwalk Project will have on this community and we demand to be a part of the dialogue between the planners and the city Rev. McKenzie said a lot of things will be impacted by the displacement of thou sands of people. We want to make sure people who have to move out are guaranteed they can come back, and be given whatever assistance they need to inake it happen. Peo ple deserve more than what they've been getting, and the barriers have to be torn down. Rev. McKenzie said the people can't just stand by and let this happen, and it's important Mayor Bob Buckhorn listens to the people of West Tampa Rally organizer and West Tampa activist, Dwight Bolden, said they are get ting the word out, and now people understand how im portant this issue is. We 're not protesting against the project. We are asking to be a part of the project, from beginning to end. We re not comfortable with so many residents being displaced and we want to make sure that issue is ad dressed before any plans are made. All we're asking for is a seat at the table. We must have-someone sitting at the table that represents the African American commu nity of West Tampa. 'la.dison 9 Charged W ith Voter Fraud JADA WOODS WILLIAMS MADISON COUNTY FL Y -Nine residents of Madison County Florida, are currently fighting charges of voter fraud. The charges stem from the 2010 Election of school board members. Civil Rights activists are calling those arrested the "Madison 9, and one attor ney has referred to the case as having "the smell of the 6os and 50s in it." The "Madison 9," which includes the Madison County Supervisor of Elections who were arrested and charged are: Jada Woods Williams, 34, Madison County Supervisor of Elections. She was charged with 17 counts of neglect of duty and corrupt practices for allowing the dis tribution of absentee ballots, contrary to Florida state statute; AbraWfina"EtillJohnson, 43, was charged with 10 counts of fraud in connection with casting a vote, and two counts of absentee ballots and votirig violations; Ernest Sinclair Johnson, .Jr., 45, was charged with 11 counts of fraud in con nection with casting votes, one count of corruptly influ encing voting, and one count of perjury by false written declaration; Judy Ann Crumitie, 51, charged with four counts of fraud in connection with cast ing a vote, and one count of providing a false report to law enforcement authorities; Laverne V. Haynes, 57, charged with two counts of fraud in connection with cast ing a vote, two counts of perjury by false written declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law enforcement authorities; Ora Bell Rivers, 41, charged with seven counts of fraud in connection with cast ing a vote, three counts of perjury by false written decla ration, and one count of pro-ABRA "TTNA" HILL JOHNSON viding a false report to law enforcement authorities; Raven Simona Williams, 20, charged with two counts of fraud in con nection with casting a vote, two counts of perjury by false written declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law enforcement au thorities; Shalonda Michaelle Brinson, 36, charged with nine counts of fraud in con with casting a vote, and one count of provided a false report to law enforcement authorities; and Montollis D. Roberson, 47, was arrested and charged with two counts of fraud in connection with cast ing a vote, and one count of perjury by false written decla ration. Ricky Henderson, who is white, was defeated in the election by Mrs. Abra Hill Johnson, who won by what officials referred to as an "ex traordinarily disproportion ate amount of absentee votes." The investigation alleges that the candidate Mrs. Johnson and her husband, Ernest Sinclair Johnson, Jr., approached voters and obtained their agreement to vote, after which the voters were asked to sign an" Absen tee Ballot Request Form. The Johnsons are al leged to have -retrieved the ballots from the third party locations, brought the ballots to the voter, waited for the person to vote, and then returned the ballots to the Su pervisor of Elections. In some instances, the voters were only presented with the absentee ballot signature envelope to sign and never received the actual bal lot to cast their vote. The Johnsons also al legedly secured others to as sist to unlawfully obtain absentee ballots directly from the Supervisor of Elections.

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Middleton Class 011945 Recounizes 66 Years Out 01 Schoil Local members of Middleton High School Class of 1945 recently gathered to recognize their 66th year out of high school. After worshipping together at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, they enjoyed a catered luncheon and fellowship in the dining hall. Seated left to right: Jennie Colbert Samuels, who coordinated the event; Marietta Smith Fuller, Margaret Spells Bryant, and Curtiss Walker Wilson. Standing, left to right: Dottie Lewis Saunders, Eddye Johnson Dawson, Robert L. Creal, Bettye Jo Hayes and Marie Thomas Parham. Other local classmates are: Amanda White Anthony, Gladys White Watkins, Juanita Scott Sails, Alease Floyd Washington, Clara Williams Finley, Hazel Tabor Cressie, Esperanza Hernandez Casellas, Willie M. Welch Evans, Mary Williams Morris, Bertha Allen Sullivan, Rosa Cannedy Harris, and Inez Slykes Walker. c 3: > ::D 0 :::I: 1\) 0 Middleton Alumni Plan Reunion June 15-11, 2012 1\) include Fred Hearns, Yvonne Douglas, Patricia N Cooper, Margaret O'Neal, Vanderlyn Owens, Denise James, Gary Ellerson, Luvator Nelson, Barbara Grayson, Woodrow Simmons, Aleatha ShawFiler, Jodie Hines and Alphonso Ball. The Middleton High School Alumni Association will hold its First Annual All-Class Reunion June 15-17, 2012 at Tampa's Sheraton HotelCypress Street. The Tigers will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the re-establishment of Middleton as a high school with the reunion theme: 10 Years-Maroon and Gold Still Reign." The high school reopened in 2002 after being closed for 31 years. The group will hold an annual all-class reunion on the third weekend of June in all future year s. Members of all graduating classes are invited to attend. Reunion activities include a hospitality night and dance at tbe hotel and a picnic at AI Lopez Park's Hunt Center. The alumni association will donate a portion of the pro ceeds from reunion registra tion fees and souvenir sales to Middleton High School to help cover costs for school uniforms not included in school funds. The planning committee will release a full schedule of activities soon. Committee members Rosemary Buchanon is the school liaison, Owen Young is Middleton s princi pal and Calvin Simmons is president of the alumni asso ciation. The alumni association also participates in the Principal's Roundtable, which next meets at the school Monday, March 26, 3 p. m. Future meetings are the last Mondays in April and May, 3 p.m. at Middleton. Principal Young invites all alumni and community supporters to attend. For more information on the all-class reunion, e-mail csi mmons 101 @aol. com, fhearns@netzero.net, cooper@verizon.net or yYonnedouglas1g68@yaho6.c Qill. Tired of driving, high gas prices, and the stress of congestion? Let get you to your destination. HART is a clear, clean and inexpensive alternative to the automobile. HART has more than 20 Park-n-Ride lots and tra11sfer centers. The concept is easy. Park your car in the lots and take a HART bus. Even if you dont have a car, these centers service many of our routes. HART is hard at work serving our community with improvements including, our Yukon Park-n_;Ride transfer center, located between North Central Avenue and North Seminole Avenue. In the HART Yukon Park-n-Ride transfer center, HART is doubling the number of bus bays, adding public restroom facilities, and improving traffic circulation for better school bus. drop-off. -For more information on fares, routes, and how HART can make your life easier visit our web-site www.goHART.org, or call the HART information line: (8_13) 254-HART (4278). Ride HART. Be Smart.

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1YRONELEROY -WILUAMS Happy 57th birthday to > the father of the century, my pops, Tyrone L. a: Williams. LL Love you, Boy From, your children, c( Tyrone Bealts, a k.a., T:::) Q. z t= w ...J ...J :::: I:D ...J w z t= z w U) Money and Quansuella Walker. Mi itar!;f FYI Armv Enlistees Complete Basic Training woman Launches Campaign For Bra Shades 01 Color Three young men with ties to Tampa have recently com pleted basic infantry training. Army Pvt. Robert D. Contorno has graduated from basic in fantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, GA. Pvt. Contorno is the son of Brenda Smith, and Robert Contorno, of Plant City. He graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School in 2007. Plc. Kai M. Fariss has graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Leonard Wood, in Waynesville, MO, which included basic military train ing and advanced individual training (AIT). Plc. Fariss is the son of Silke and William P. Padjune, of Tampa. Pvt. Gerardo A. Juarez has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, GA. Pvt. is the son of Iris Arana and brother of Priscilla Perez, both of Tampa. H is a 2011 graduate of Jefferson High School. A Florida native has launched a one-woman cam paign to send a message to lingerie retailers. She wants bras in shades that match skin tones of women of color. Ms. Tara Raines has ded icated many hours online and in stores searching for bras in her skin tone. However, she has met with little success. Ms. Raines, 31, now lives in Los Angeles and practices psychology. in homes of finding the shade they want. She feels that wome n shouldn't have to do that. The campaign entitled What's Your Nude? was launched on Facebook. The message is more brown bras, please Ms. Raines is encourag ing other women to demand greater representation. So far, mor e than 3,500 women of color have joined the cam paign. With the exception of white bras and pastels, the only col ors are nude, cream, tan, or blush, colors tailored for Caucasian skin tones. Two Airmen Complete Basic Militarv Traininu She feels that manufacturers should become more diverse and change their defi nition of the nude shade. Ms. Raines said some women have confessed to dying bras Dress Code Goes Into Enect At Clearwater Hiuh.school Air Force Airman Enrique A. Lastra and Airman Alexander Young graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Bas e, in San Antonio Texas. Airman Lastra and Airman Young also earned four credits toward an associate in applied sci. ence degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Lastra is the son of Dalia and Enrique Lastra, ofTampa. He graduated from Sickles High School in 2009. Airman Young is the son of Donna Taylor, of Tampa. He graduated from Alonso High School in 2011. Beginning in the fali, students at Clearwater High School will have to adhere to a dress code. The parents approved the new plan with more than so% being in favor of it. As with elementary and middle schools the students can wear solid white, red, gray or black shirts or blous-I would like to my friend, :: wife and soulmate, Mrs. Tasha a Happy Birthday! Shine Beautiful, It's your day es. They can also wear schoolapproved tee-shirts. The slacks colors are black or khaki. The idea is to have students look more professional as the school kicks off its new wall to-wall certificate model. The model allows student to par ticipate in more intense train ing to earn certificates in job skills

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-4 Durant High School Mock Trial Shines At State Tolu Atanda with the Top Attorney trophy at banquet. BY TED TAYLOR During the weekend of March 8-10, 2012, the Mock Trial teain from Plant City's Durant High School competed in the 2012 event for the State of Florida in Orlando. The State competition is sponsored by the Florida Law Related Education Association, Inc., and involves 20 teams from around the State. It is an event in which high school students try a case with subject matter geared toward young people, yet based on applicable state laws and real-life trial situations. This year's model involved a criminal case in which a teenager was accused of Cyberbullying and Aggravated Battery. Each team participates in 4 trials, which are presided over by judges and considered by a jury of local attorneys and law professors. Each team handles the roles of prosecution and defense and must abide by the standard rules of court. The roles include those of attor neys and witnesses, as the attorneys are responsible to prepare their witnesses. The teacher-coach for the Durant team is Karla Clayton, a Criminal Justice teacher, and Ted Taylor, is the attorney-coach. The team participants were prosecution attorneys Tolu Atanda, Amy Beeman and. Sarah Darson; defense attorneys JeanPaul Perez, Marrissa Thompson and Atanda, who pulled double-duty; prosecution witnesses Thompson, Sierra Eggerton and Perez; and defense witnesse. s Amy. Beeman, Darson and Chloe Clemis with Top Witness plaque at the banquet. Chloe Clemis. The team did not make the championship round, but brought home some individual hardware. Atanda received a top attorney award and Clemis was selected as a top witness. The next stop for Atanda, a senior, may be the Pharmacy school at Florida A & M University, whereas Clemis, a fresh man will return next year to lead Durant, along with Thompson and Eggerton. Ms. Clayton was pleased with the top 8 performance as just two years ago the group finished in last place, in its first state appearance. The returnees, along with team members who did not make the competition ros ter, Brittany Anderson and Haley Salazar, are poised for gold next year. GospellOI: GO DOMINATE! Keum Paul Ttvm.l!'C DilrPfliin ---TAMPA BAY CHAPTER OFGMWA ALLEN TEMPLE MUSIC MINISTRY Come jotn usl Tuesday, March 20th @ 7:00 P.M. Allen Temple AME Church 2101 N. Lowe St., Tampa, FL 33605 Rev. Michael Boule, Pastor The UAB Gospel Choir Concert Is FREE to the I public Mentor Plans 8th Annual Spri_nu Fashion Show (') fashion show as their yearly :::Z::: MIN. LU' VENIA HOWSE Executive Director of Daughters of Destiny BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Nearly a decade ago, a Tampa woman observed a need to mentor young adults. She created a nonprofit organization that focuses on mentoring and empowering the young girls as they mature into adulthood. In keeping with the mission of the organization, Minister Lu'Venia Howse, Executive Director, of Daughters of Destiny," said it was founded to teach girls that all adversity can be overcome with the right attitude and with strength of mind, faith, and real effort Minister Howse had worked diligently to not only serve as a mentor for the girls, she also provides assistance with those wish ing to obtain a college education. She accomplishes this task through their annual fundraiser. Each year, Daughters of Destiny" hosts a spring Book Give-a-ways Face Painting Arts & Crafts Games Storytcllif9 Prizes Popcom Music and MGreJ lt'IAI Allout ICidl 21 .. ... fundraiser. This year, the eyent will take place on l'l.l Sunday, March 25th, at the Starz --TECO Theater. N All of the proceeds from the fashion show are used to purchase laptops, books, and supplies for young ladies attending college. We are in great need of sponsors to help us build our College Scholarships and prepare our young la die s for continued academic success, and pos itive and productive development," Minister Howse said. Minister Howse works with girls between the ages of 11 and 18 years. The young ladies are mentored ., in the areas of education, b motivation, and inspiration. :a Minister Howse said i3 the organization is currently :; working with 19 girls. Five m of them are high school stu-dents. z Since its inception, six young ladies who are members of "Daughters of Destiny" have graduated and continued their education in college. Four young ladies are currently enrolled in college and two have graduated. One of those young ladies has opened her own dance school. The organization s Steps2-Success focus on character and leadership skill development; self-awareness through self-confidence and self-esteem train ing; faith-based mentoring; social conduct skills devel-m r-aJ c: r r-z ., c: m r-c;; :::z::: m c m < m :a -< -4 c: m en c )> z c opment; manners and etiquette skills; academic incentives and tutoring ; col lege and career initiatives; :a and abstinence training c among other areas March 24 April 28 May 12 J&N 2 Tlmpl, FREE Noon til .... .;.H .---. 3:0() p.M. Reglslar online and get a fr8e goodie bag! Oli!drens Boald ---

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0 N :::1: 0 a: 4( Criminal Justice Seminar The Women's Council at First Baptist Church of College Hill ic( hosted a Criminal Justice Seminar last month at the church. c tn Several attorneys and others affiliated with the Criminal Justice system were invited to share information. (Photos 1-By BRUNSON) Cordel Batchelor, Public Defender's Office, Yvette L. Boatw.rl$ht, Administrative Office of the Courts; Euridicie Barton-Jones, Public Defender's Office; and Deborah Thompson, School Social Worker, Hillsborough County. Call And Schedule Your AppOintment TodayH! Members of the Women's Council who attended the seminar are: seated, left to right, Rodneshia Ingram, Kimberly lngriun, Paulette Pearson and Alma Purify. Standing, from left, Theda Janet Clark, Kimberly Johnson, Anna Williams, Carol Nelson, Fannie Keith and Ruby Gadson. LaShawn Welch and Earline Keesee attended the seminar. FYI TIIDPIIIUSIII Beard Melling -The Board of Commissioners. of the Tampa Housing Authority will meet Wednesday, March 21, 8 a. m., in the Boardroom at 1529 Main St. The meeting is opento the public Middletan Class 11196311 llldMIIdll The Middleton High School Class of 1963 will hold their meeting on Saturday, March 24, 2012, at 12:30 p.m. The bimonthly meeting. will take place at the Golden Corral Restaurant, 11801 N. 56th Street, in Temple Terrace. All classmates are encouraged to attend. For additional information, call (8130 447-1194 or (813) 391-2493 Among the gentlemen in attendance were: Albert Bell, Jeffrey Jones, Robert Blount and.Reehe'Butler. Hazing Panel Request TO Hold Private Meednus Last Friday, a panel of experts investigating the haz ing incidents at Florida A & M University, held their first meeting. The board also requested to hold their meet ings outside of the Sunshine law. The group was empanelled after Robert Champion, 26, died following the Florida Classic in Orlando last November. Champion reportedly became ill on the bus after he was allegedly hazed by his fellow band members. He died of blunt force trau ma and severe internal bleed ing. His death has been ruled a homicide. However, no arrests have been made The panel plans to review hazing incidents at other colleges and what steps have been taken to prevent hazing. The Board of Trustees will make the decision. literan Discussion On Carter G. Woodson Quote The Tampa Bay Branch of the Association for the Study of Mrican American Life and History (ASALH) invites the community to attend a literary discussion on the provocative Carter G. Woodson quote, "When you control a man's thinking you do not have to worry about his actions." The event will t*e place Saturday, March 24, 2012, 1:45-3:15 at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (33610). The program moderator is Andrew Wajd, a learned historian Seating is limited. Light refreshments will be served.

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Local west Tampa Bovs & Girls Club Host 'Hopping Good Time' Last week the children at the West Tampa Boys & Girls Club enjoyed a unique experience. They had the opportunity to participate in a HOP Drum-A-Long event linked to the release of a new family movie. The West Tampa Boys & Girls Club was one of six centers chosen to take part last Wednesday. Only six cities throughout the coun try were selected to host the event. Very Special Events (VSE), who is managing events for Universal Studios Home Entertainment were also on hand. The new movie entitled "HOP," will be released on DVD. One of the characters in attendance was Fluffy, a member of the movie's Pink Berets. Ricky Gallon, Director of the West Tampa Boys & Girls Club said, there were more than 100 children who attended the event. In addi tion to the youngsters who attend the West Tampa Boys & Girls Club, buses brought youngsters from the Belmo nt Heights Boys & Girls Club, and the Joe Capitano Boys & Girls Club to attend. Steven Stokoe and Rick Brown, of the Firefighters of the Tampa Bay Pipes and Drums, attended the event and taught the youngsters how to use their "drum sticks" to play along with the soundtrack of the movie. Gallon said the young sters also had an opportuni ty to watch a portion of the movie, which helped them with the other activities. "One of the staff dressed as the character and had a dance off with the kids. They love that kind of thing," Gallon said. The youngsters had enjoyed an early Easter as they enjoyed all the trimmings of Easter, including Easter Baskets filled with candy. (Photography by BRUNSON). Among those attending the program were: Dyne Sapp, of Very Special Events for Universal Studios, Ricky Gallon, of Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay, and Janine Valentin, West Tampa Boys & Girls Club Director Among those attending the. event were: Jeremy McKinnon, Roman Melendez, Madelle Colas, Program Director Yasmin Barnes, and Mel)lbers of the Belmont Heights Boys & Girls Club Star Diva Stem Team, first row: Jada Perry, Nia Williams, Myona Dixon, and Queshondra Thompson. Standing are Ms. Teena Williams, Head Coach, Ronnahe Jackson, Keci Wilburn, Jasmine Queen, Kaely Clark, La'Shawn Holden, Assist. Coach, and Ms. Heather Boudreau. The Step Team was sponsored by 5 Star Promotions. Steven Stokoe and Rick Brown, of the Firefighters of -the Tampa Bay Pipes and Drums, taught the children how to use the drumsticks. Art Specialist, Barbara Norton, bus driver, Jose Munoz, and Virginia Delannoy, Senior Program Specialist, attended the event. Ms. Gloria Casteel and Miss Jackie attended the event. -4) UROLOGY-,effrey B. Starling, M.D. Board Certified in NewT ampa Urolog, P A 5332 Primrose Lake Circle Tampa. Fl33647 Telephone: 813.558.9091 Fax: 88.8663948 Dr. Starling looks forward to continuing to seNe hi:; existing patients and to providing medical care to neN patients in New Tampa Urolog, P .A 0003141723-01 en c 3: )> lJ 0 :z: N 9 N 0 ..... N ., :!! c <

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N Local 0 N :I: 0 a: < ::E >=' < c en w :::) 1-AME Bishop Assigns New Pastor To Allen. Temple AME Church After a weekend meeting in Orlando, Bishop McKinley Young, Bishop of the nth Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, has assigned a new pastor to Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church, Tampa. Rev. John F. White, II, former pastor of Mt. Her mon A. M. E. Church in Miami Gardens, has been as signed to Allen Temple. Rev. White had been there since 2008. He attended Tuskegee University and Florida International University, where C he received his undergraduCE ate degre_e in Liberal Studies, lL c z < New In Town: REV. JOHN F. WHITE, II .. .Allen Temple's new pastor with a concentration in Busi ness. Rev. White shares mar riage and ministry with his wife, Rev. Maria Mallory White. They are the parents of John F. White, III. REV. MICHAEL K. BOUIE .Assigned to church in Mianii The Reverend Michael K. Bouie, Senior Pastor at Allen Temple AME Church, has been assigned to pastor Mt. Hermon AME Church. He had been in Tampa ap proximately 3 years. c en w :::) 1-w > w c w :I: en ::::i m Militarv_ Follows In Dad's Footsteps And Becomes Dentist :::) 0. z w BYGWENHAYES Sentinel Editor :j A new dentist in town is also a Captain in the United ...J States Air Force. What brings W her to Tampa is that her first assignment after dental z schools is MacDill Air Force w en Base. Dr./Captain Egypt < c Rah McAdoo, has been in Tampa since August, 2011 ...J when she arrived at lL One of 3 children, she is fol-lowing in her father's foot steps as a dentist and her affiliation with the Dr. McAdoo is a 'mili tary brat.' After traveling around the country ; her par ents, Dr. and Mrs. Harold (Joyce) McAdoo settled in North Carolina, the home state of both. Dr. McAdoo, born in Virginia Beach, VA, received her undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University and her den tal degree from the Univer-DR./CAPT. EGYPT MCADOO sity of North Carolina Chapel Hill. A year of residency was spent with the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, CO. She's now into the first of a 4-year commit ment to the Air Force. Dr. McAdoo, 28, worked with her father as a dental assistant while in high school and throughout col lege. That sparked her inter est to follow in his footsteps. Currently, her younger sister is at NC State studying Biology, pursuing dentistry as well. (An older brother is in communication/video pro duction) Since coming to Tampa, Dr. McAdoo is reaching out into the community by at tending meetings with the Tampa Bay Dental Associa tion. However, when time al lows she en]oys attending concerts, cooking, going to the beach and bike riding. Her advice to young peo ple is: "To try and learn everything you can. Educa tion is the most important thing that you can get and without it your options are extremely limited. "As for dentistry, I en courage the ones who l)ave an interest to try and get all the experience they can. Shadow dentists, volunteer in the health care field and really emerge themselves into the profession to see if it is really what they want to do, as well as getting the hands -on experience." WWW.FLSENTINEL. COM www.facebook.com/flsentinel www .twiHer .com/flsentinelb Jurv Selection Begins In 2010 Murder case BYRON PATIY, JR. Died as a result of shooting The process of selecting a jury for a first-degree mur der case that took place in 2010, began on Monday. The shooting left one teenager injured, one dead, and a third charged with murder. The shooting took place in the Belmont Heights Es tates on August 12, 2010. Several young men were on a back porch when a masked approached, demanded money, and allegedly began shooting. Alonzo Jones was struck by one of the bullets REGINALD TYRONE JENKINS .. Charged with first-degree murder His injuries were not life threatening. However, the bullet that struck Jones passed through his body and struck Byron Patty, Jr., in the back of the head. He died from his injury. Police arrested Reginald Tyrone Jenkins on September 9, 2010, and charged him with first-de gree murder after Patty died. Jenkins was also charged with attempted first-degree murder, and being a felon in possession of a handgun Grant Park To Host Communitv Fair BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Grant Park Resident Association and Crime Watch President, Ralph Johnson, is proud to announce a Com munity Health Fair coming to that area On Saturday, March 24th from 10 a. m. until2 p.m., the event will be an opportunity for residents to take advan tage of free services, such as senior testing and informa tion, health screenings, dia betes testing, and blood pressure checks. Mr. Johnson said this event is critical to his commu nity. "A lot of people out here can't afford to see a doctor, and don t know what's wrong with them. That's why I'm in favor of what President Obama is trying to do to make health care available to every one, regardless of their in come. What amazes me is how some residents still believe in the old remedies, and they don t work anymore. We are dealing with different dis eases now, and the old stuff is RALPH JOHNSON no good." Entertainment at the com munity fair will be provided by Exciting Faith Alive at Mt. Silla, and will feature step ping, dancing, and singing. There will also be free snow cones, popcorn, and other treats. Sponsors who will be at the event are Molina Medicare, Global Health Re habilitation, Well Care, Metro Wellness Alliance Health Care, Jobs 4 USA, Exciting Faith Alive at Mt. Silla, New Home Programs Wilson Fu neral Home, HCC Nurses Black Nurses Association, Department of Aging Services and local dentist, Dr. Angela Tomlinson.

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ntertainment c: Tvler Perrv Raises Bia Bucks For Jeremih Pelted Shepherd Denies Cheating Pres. Db aiDa At High-Priced EVent w;:: On 'Danci_ng Whh The Stars' Pres. Barack ObaEna and Tyler Perry greet each other onstage at the African American Leadership Council gala at Tyler Perry Studio on March 16, 2012 in Atlanta, GA. ATLANTA-Tyler Perry is a man of many talents. He's an actor, filmmaker, philanthropist, and now has taken on the role of Demo cratic Party fundraiser. On Friday, Perry joined President Bara_ck Obamma at three pricey fundraising events in Atlanta to raise money for the presi dent's 2012 re-election cam paign. The sold-out events, spon sored by the African-Ameri can Leadership Council and Perry, kicked off with a pri vate reception followed by a gala celebration and later on, an evening at the movie mogul's home This was the President s first visit to metro Atlanta in 18 months. Pres. Obamma began his fundraising at a private resi dence where 75 people paid $10,000 each to attend. Tickets for the gala cele bration, which attracted 1,000 donors to Perry's sprawling southwest Atlanta studio, were a hefty $500, though a smaller number sold at $250, according to the campaign. For hardcore supporters, the gala celebration was fol lowed by an opportunity to mingle with Pres. Obamma at Perry's luxurious 30,000-square-foot Buck head mansion, at a cost of $35,800. Oprah Winfrey, a high profile Pres. Obamma supporter, attended the din ner. The Temptations Sue Universal over iTunes Rovalties THE TEMPTATIONS .. back in the day A lawsuit by The tations, claims that UMG lists iTunes downloads as "sales" rather than "licenses,' cheating the artists of high amounts of revenue. There are more than a dozen of these types of law suits pending in courts, eluding eight that were filed in the past 12 months. The latest challenge, simi lar to what has come already, seeks to punish UMG for at tempting to get away \\lith paying pennies on the dollar when artists believe they should be making dimes on the dollar. The cases are po tentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars to the music industry. The new lawsuit from The Temmptations, which covers other artists similarly situ ated, cites the F.B.T. case. American Idol Contestant Disqualified Over Arrest JERMAINE JONES Jermmaine Jones was dismissed from "American Idol"-and not because of viewer votes. It was revealed during Wednesday's installment of the Fox singing contest that the 25-year-old vocal in structor from Pine Hill, N.J., was disqualified last Tues day for not revealing that he had outstanding arrest war rants back home in New Jer sey. JEREMIH Singer J eremmih had drinks, and even a bottle, thrown at him as he at tempted to perform his sin gle "Down on Me." The crowd realized that he was lip-syncing and proceeded to pelt So many items were thrown that the singer had to exit the stage and can cel the performance. It all went down at Clay ton's Bar and Grill on South Padre Island. The crowd was already pissed because Jere mih was two hours late to the show ... and when they dis covered he wasn't even singing, they went off the rails. Actress Charlize Theron Adopts Black Babv Bov CHARLIZE THERON Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron has adopted an African American baby boy named Jackson. The 36-year-old South African-born actress, who has been a vocal advocate of adoption, was quoted as say ing it is a disservice not to care for the countless un wanted children in the world. Theron told German In Touch Magazine last year that she would consider adopting a child even though she is a single woman, I want a baby. If it would hap pen tomorrow, I would be very happy." Theron joins the ranks of other Hollywood Moms who have adopted Black children, such as Angelina Jolie, Sandra Bullock and Hargitay. Although the mega popu-0 lar ABC-TV hit Dancing ::I: With the Stars (DWI'S) line up was announced two weeks ago, there are claims that The View's' host Sherri Shepherd, who is a contestant had a leg up on her competitors. Shepherd has been ac cused of secretly practicing with seJies regular and dance pro Chmmerkovskiy since December which is forbidden as per the show's SHERRI SHEPHERD On Thursday, Shepherd kicked off her show by deny ing all of the cheating allega tions. The 44-year-old is set to begin rehearsing next week. aoc-A-Fella Founder Pleads Guiltv NEW YORK -A founder of the Roc-A-Fella record label has pleaded guilty in New York to marijuana dis tribution charges. '11 r 0 :!! Kareem Burke entered the plea last week in federal court. Burke started the label with J ay-Z and Damon Dash in the 1990s. KAREEM 'BIGGS' BURKE en m The 38-year-old was ar rested in October 2010 along with mo.re than 50 others in raids targeting a wholesale marijuana ring in New York and Florida. Authorities seized nearly $2 million and more than 360 pounds (163 kilograms) of marijuana in the probe. Burke faces five to six years in prison at a May 18 sen tencing. z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z "'D Dwight Howard And Realitv Star In Nastv custodv Banle c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c REED And Son, BRAYLON '11 :::D Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard and Bas ketba,ll Wives star Royce Reed. are involved in a nasty custody case. Although Howard was pretty about choosing a NB;A .team for the long haul, the center is certairt that he wants primary cus tody of his four-year old son, Braylon. Judge Tim Shea. has been appointed to the case, but Royce is not happy with the selection. Royce has filed a motion to remove Shea from the case. In Reed's motion ; she claims Shea has it out for women who have children out of-wedlock with profes sional athletes. Reed claims Shea wouldn't let her pres ent her side during a court hearing last month. Reed's lawyer also filed an affidavit saying that dur ing the hearing, Judge Shea said he would award Howard custody, then de cided to delay his decision, despite the fact no evidence had been presented. Reed also claims it's a conflict of interest since Shea's own website lists one of Howard's lawyers, Downs, as one of his endorsers. Howard filed for full cus tody earlier in the month be cause he claims Royce interferes with his relation ship with their son and makes it difficult for him to see Braylon on his sche duled day s A few media sources spec ulate that Howard filed for full custody after Reed posted a photo on Twitter of their son with her new boyfriend, Dexmon Briscoe of the Tampa Bay Bucs. c

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rts Sweet And Sour 16 Bulls' Super Season Ends In NCAA Third Round c 0 W NASHVILLE, Tenn The USF Bulls' fantastic season of basketball fell one game short of the Sweet 16. USF's late rally came up a few shots shy of completion in a 62-56 loss to Ohio in Sunday's third round of the NCAA Tournament at Bridgestone Arena. What a memorable run it was, however, for a USF team (22-14) that won 10 games last season and used that motivation to secure the program's first two NCAA tournament victories in its first trip back to the dance since 1992. Victor Rudd Jr. and Anthony Collins led three Bulls in double figures with 13 points apiece, but the usually air-tight USF defense failed to stop Ohio's Walter Offutt, who posted a game-high 21 points with many coming during the Bobcats' game-deciding run midway through the second half. USF's offense ran out of steam late, but got off to an outstanding start against Ohio's defense that's top 10 in the nation in a number of categories c a: LL c z c( c 0 w Pennv Hardawav Gives Back To An o ld Friend And The Memphis Communitv. Ex-NBA star Penny Hardaway is known as one a: of the best basketball players to ever come out of W Memphis. But before his fi) multimillion dollar basket:::z::: ball career he was best friends with Desmond m Merriweather. The two grew up in a z rough neighborhood. After i= witnessing Merriweather miraculously survive cancer, S Hardaway decided to give m him a gift. ...J Penny Hardaway decided to sponsor and help i= coach Merriweather's z w PENNY HARDAWAY son's basketball team. Hardaway said that giving time is just as important as giving money. 0----------------------------------------Bills Sign Marlo Williams To &-Year Deal MARIO WILLIAMS ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -Star defensive end Mario Williams has agreed to a six-year contract with the Buffalo Bills. The deal is worth up to $1oo million, with $50 mil lion guaranteed, his agent, Ben Dogra said. Man Stabbed To Death At Ex-Boxer's House HERBIE HIDE LONDON Police began investigating a potential murder at the home of for mer world champion boxer Herbie Hide on Sunday after a man was stabbed to death during a party. Former WBO champion Hide and his family "have relocated as police carry out investigations at the scene." Officers said around 100 people attended the party. The property was sealed off and a forensic examination began on Sunday morning. Eagles, Matllis Agree To Year, S25.5M Contract Guard Evan Mathis and the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed on a five-year contract, the latest key play er the team has locked up. A person familiar with the negotiations says Mathis' deal is worth $25.5 million with $7 mil lion guaranteed. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because terms have not been announced. Tiger w oods confirms Plav Tiger Woods will get a final tuneup in before the Masters after all. Almost a week after the 14-time major winner limped off the course and withdrew from the WGC-Cadillac Champ-ion ship, Woods confirmed, on his website, that the Achilles felt so good following a Friday practice session, he's going to play two tournaments in one week. Woods will play in the Tavistock Cup, a two-day exhibition starting on Monday, followed by the Arnold Palmer Invitation at Bay Hill starting on Thursday. Some had questioned whether it would be beneficial for Woods to rest the strained 1\chilles prior to the Masters, but based on the way things TIGER WOODS have gone since Sunday, it would appear the injury is a non-factor at this point (at least that's what Woods is leading many to believe). We'll certainly get an idea of what kihd of condition the Achilles is in with Woods playing six rounds of com petitive golf in a seven-day period. Brandon Marshall Excited To Join Bears New Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall says he is not concerned about being sus. pended by the NFL for a nightclub incident over the weekend. Tke Bears acquired Marshall from Miami on Tuesday, sending two thirdround draft picks to the Dolphins to obtain the No. 1 target they ha,ve been lack ing for years. But the 6-foot4, 230-pound Marshall comes with a checkered his tory, including a nightclub incident just days ago. New York City police say a woman filed a complaint alleging Marshall punched her in the face. He has not BRANDON MARSHALL been charged in the incident. Marshall says he is excited for the truth to come out, and police had not expressed interest in speak ing with him as of Friday morning. 49ers, WR Agree On Two-Year Deal SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco 49ers landed another wide receiver in a headline-making week for the NFC West champions, agreeing to terms Saturday with free agent Mario Manningham on a twoyear contract. Randy Moss joined the roster last Monday. Now, the big question is who will be throwing them the ball: Peyton Manning or Alex Smith? Manningham met Thursday with the 49ers. Agent Drew Rosenhaus confirmed Saturday night that Manningham, the former New York Giants MARIO MANNINGHAM wideout, had reached a deal with the 49ers. Manningham caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning with 8:34 remaining in regula tion of the NFC title game to help New York reach the Super Bowl.

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Sports Fisher Reaches Buvout auree11ent With Rockets DEREK FISHER LOS ANGELES -Derek Fisher confirmed S1,1nday night he has reached a buyout agreement with the Houston Rockets. The 37-year-old point guard gave no indication of his plans for the future in a statement issued by his busi n e ss manager. The eighth-place Rockets acquired Fisher from the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday and the club was eag e r to put Fisher into its lineup, e v en planning to pick up h i s $3-4 million option for next season. The Lakers traded the fivetime NBA champion guard to Houston on Thursday for backup big man Jordan Hill. Los Angeles made the move partly to clear playing time for Ramon Sessions, acquired earlier in the day from Cleve land, but a l so to a void paying significant salarie s to three point guards Although Fisher's contri butions have declined in recent years, the trade upset the Lakers' veterans-includ ing Kobe Bryant, who considered Fisher an invaluable ingredient in the team's chemistry. Bryant and Fisher were teammates for 13 of their 16 NBA seasons serving as this season. Bryant, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum all said they spoke to Fisher over the previous three days since the Lakers traded him Bryant said he had dis cusse d the future with Fisher, but declined to share Fisher's plans. Pevton Mannino Goes From Cobs To Broncos; Decides On Denver PEYfON MANNING And TIM TEBOW Peyton Manning has made his decision ... and he's taking his talent to the Mile High City Mort reported that Manning had advised agent Tom Condon to wrap up negotiations on what is believed to be a five year, $95 million offer. The belief is, according to multi ple reports, that the Broncos will now try to trade quarter back Tim Tebow. Manning called Broncos VP of Operations, John Elway on Monday morn i ng to inform him of the deci sion. Manning also called the San Francisco 49ers and. Tennessee Titans, the oth_er two t e ams in the running for Manning's services, to inform them. Manning threw for Elway and a large group of Broncos and executives and coaches on Friday in North Carolina, and Elway was impressed. M&UIY UNUMITED It is indeed a pleasure to bring you this week's Beauty Un.limited feature, Lyn. Standing 5'6" tall, this young lady her star is Kimora Simmons and her hobbies are modelmg, shoppmg, and going to the beach. the future, Lyn wants to complete her degree in technical writing at USF, and later market herself as a model and fash ion critic. Lyn's philosophy of life is: "Do what you love, what you do." The man in Lyn's life must be who 1! gent, a go-getter, hard working, and takes care o! respons1b1llt1es. Congratulations to Lyn as this week's beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: lcrews@flsentlnel.com. "'1'1 ,.. 0 ::u 6 ,.. en m z :::! z m ,.. m c r-. ,.. m -t z "0 c: m ,.. u; :J: m c m Panlhen IIIII Rl Tolben From Charaen MIKE TOLBERT CHARLOTTE, N.C. The Carolina Panthers have added more depth to their already deep stable of run ning backs. The agent for free agent running back Mike Tolbert said Monday his client has signed a four-year contract with the Carolina Panthers. Joel Turner said Tolbert was so excited about joining Carolina that he left over $1 million on the table on an offer from San Diego. "That's how bad he wanted to play there, Turner said. He loves the idea of playing for Ron Rivera and being on the same team with Cam Newton. He just thinks it's a great fit. Turner did not release financial terms of the deal. Arenas To Work Out For Grizzlies on Mondav -t c m en c ?< GILBERT ARENAS MEMPHIS TN. --Gilbert Arenas will work out Monday for the Memphis Grizzlies, who are looking to bolster thei r backup point guard position. ,.. z c "That's the plan," Memphis coach Lionel Hollins says "'1'1 Sunday before a game :!! c against Washington, Arenas' former team. ....... Arenas ended last season with the Orlando Magic after he was traded earlier in the season for Rashard Lewis. He averaged 8.0 points in 49 games after the trade, but shot only 39 percent from the field The Magic waived him in December through new amnesty clause so his salary wouldn't count against the cap or luxury tax. Arenas averaged 21.2 points and 5-4 assists during his nine-year career. 1!1Jit!IP -- cejeee--1 111 I -1 I

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0 I.L 0 z w 0 w ::c U) ::::i m :l Q. z tu _, _, 0 m _, w z i= z MRS. NETIIE 'JEWEL' BRACKINS Special birthday memories for a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend. We love you and miss you dearly! Brackins, Clark and Johnson family. w.JV..., .. FUNERAL HOME ii: "Our Business Is Service" 0 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 _, (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 I.L www.wilson-fuMrllhome.com ANITA MCCALLA 3/21/1930 Dear Mom, we love you and miss you. You are forever in our thoughts and hearts. Love always: Michael, Gregory, Leslie and Sydney, Jr. Death Lists II lEIS RIIEIIliOIE Mr. Michael Francis, Tampa. Mrs. Connie M. Clemons, Tampa. Mr. Calvin, Hart, Tampa. I IDES FIIIEIIliOIE Mr. Darryl Goodman, Tampa. Mr. Jaxon Hepburn, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUIIERiliOIE Ms. Grace Bradshaw, Tampa. Mrs. Carole Miller Foster, Riverview, FL. Mrs. Mary Lovett, Brandon, FL. Mr. Earl Miller, Sr., Tampa. Ms. Josephine Morris, Tampa. WilSON RIEIIliOIE Mr. James B .ailey Carter, Tampa. Ms. Judy Kay Kenney, Fairbanks. Alaska. National The Black Vote: 5 States Where Pres. Obama Needs A Big African-American Turnout President Barack Obama arrives at Prince Georges Community College on March 15 for a speech. President Barack Obama's campaign will likely need the kind of strong Black turnout he received in 2008 to win re-election, par ticularly if some of the white independent voters who backed him four years ago opt for the Republican candi date because of frUstration over the president's tenure. Here's a look at five states the president won in 2008, where the Black vote is again critical to his chances. 1. NORTH CAROLINA -Pres. Obama won this state, becoming the first mocrat to do so since 1976. 2. VIRGINIA -Like North Carolina, this is a tra ditionally-Republican lean ing state that Pres. Obama won through appealing to white and Black voters in urban areas. 3 OHIO In 2004, thenPres. George W. Bush collected a surprising 16 per cent of the vote among Blacks, helping him to win a very close race in this state and therefore earn a second term 4 FLORIDA -The gains Pres. Obama made for the Democractic party in the Latino vote, compared to 2004, were much more im portant for winning Florida than any shift in the Black vote. But Florida is a state where the spate of voting laws Republicans have pushed through around the country could have some im pact. 5 PENNSYLVANIA-If Pres. Obama doesn't win in this state, he will have a very hard route to re-elec tion. 'Don't Re-Nig In 2012': RacistAntiObama Bumper Sticker Goes Viral This anti-Obama bumpe r sticker picture has gone viral. Recently, an image of a racist anti-Obama bumper sticker went viral on Face book and other social media networks. The sticker reads: "Don't Re-Nig In 2012. Stop repeat offenders. Don't re elect Pres. Obama." This is far from the first time that racially insensitive comments made about the president have captured the nation's attention. This particular campaign has distinguished itself from other Pres. Obama attacks by being unapologetically race-based, with no real messages about policy. The 'Re-Nig' bumper sticker originally came from stumpystickers.com, a web site that manufactured plenty of anti-Obama content with racially-charged rhetoric As of the writing of this post, the site appears to no longer be in existence. Pissed Stvlist Shoots Up Derek J's Salon An argument over a hair style turned into gun fire at reality TV star Derek J's hair salon in Atlanta on Thursday The incident occurred when Keisha Cole's sister, Neffe Pugh went to Derek J's shop, The J Spot after she wasn't pleased with the work a crosstown hairstylist did. She asked Derek J to fix her jacked up hairstyle. But Derek didn t have a clue of how to restructure her hair, so he told Neffe to go back to the stylist to find a solution. Her hair was messed up to the point we didn t know what to do, Derek J said. "So I was just like, reach out to the stylist and say, 'Hey, what did you use, what did you do?' and it turned from a professional conver sation to more of an argu ment, but we thought it was done. N effe left and a few hours later all hell breaks loose at the salon. The crosstown hairstylist came to Derek J's Reality1V Stylist, Derek J shop with a gun .. "I asked him to leave," co owner Lisa McCall said. Before turning away, he waved the gun in my face and said, 'You don t think I will? And I backed up." Derek J adds, "And we know who the person is. And then when he did come, we knew it wasn't a good thing. We thought it was going to be a quick exchange with words and then he was going to be gone. So, nobody really knew he would pull out a gun." Keyshia Cole's Sister, Neffe The gunman hairstylist al legedly shot the gun inside the salon A gunshot ma rk can still be seen in his floor Derek J became a star from frequent appearances on 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta" and also appeared in Chris Rock's movie Good Hair. Neffe Pugh became a reality star alongside her mother, Frankie, thanks to the nonstop theatrics and fights on Keyshia Cole's BET reality show.

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Crime Beach Brawl leaves Three lniured ROME HARMON .. treated and released after he was shot during a beach brawl. On Sunday night, Tampa Police officers said they were in the area of Ben T. Davis Beach when a 9-1-1 call came into their dispatch office. As officers arrived, they saw a vehicle quickly leav ing the area. Officers initiated a pursuit, and the suspect lost control of the vehicle, crashing it into a guardrail. The driver was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. The three passengers were inter viewed and released, and the driver was not charged. Police said they learned a large group of people were on the beach when a fight broke out. According to reports, at some time during the fight, shots were fired, striking one person. Police said Rome Hal;"lllon, 21, was shot. He was treated and released from a local hospital. Andre Meyers, 37, was hit in the head with a bottle, and another man sustained an injury to his arm. None of the injuries were consid ered life threatening. The incident is still being investigated by police. According to records, Harmon had bonded out of jail early Sunday after being arrested Saturday for reckless driving and not having a valid license. Detectives are investigat ing to determine who was involved in the shooting. 9-Year-Oid Accidentallv Shoots 16-Year-Oid Cousin ANASJABER ST. PETERSBURG-St Petersburg Police reported that Anas Jaber, 16, is in stable condition after he was accidentally shot in the neck by his 9-year-old cousin Saturday. Police said Jaber was playing video games at his family's home whEm his cousin pointed a gun at him. The handgun, which police said the boy fo -und in the house, went off as Jaber raised his hand and told him to put it down. A bullet traveled through Jaher's hand and into his neck. His injuries are con. sidered to be non-life. threatening, and pollee said Jaber posed for a picture in his hospital bed that was later put on Face book. Police reported finding two rifles in the home and report their investigation is continuing to established ownership of the weapons, and who was responsible for securing them. No charges have been filed at this time. UNCLE SANDY The elders always warn, t, 17, 22, if you act in haste, 24, 30, as, you may. have to repent in leisure 40, 45. 57 Man Shoots Ex-Girlfriend's Bovtriend CHARD ELL "LIL NEMO" BURNS Hillsborough County Sheriff's detectives have issued a warrant for the arrest of Chardell Burns (also known as 'Ul Nemo), 30, for aggravated battery with a firearm. On March 15th at 7 p.m., deputies said Burns went to the Avalon. Village Apartments and confronted his ex-girlfriend, Delores Robinson, and her new boyfriend, Deyonta Moore. Detectives said during a verbal altercation, Burns shot Moore in the chest and fled Moore was hospi talized with non-life threat ening injuries. Anyone with information on Burns is asked to call (813) 247-8200. DepuUes Search For Shooting suspect CORNELIUS ROGERS PASCO COUN1Y-Pasco County deputies are searching for a suspect in an attempted murder. Cornelius Rogers, 31, allegedly shot a man in the abdomen in the 7300 block of San Moritz Drive. Deputies said the shooting is drug related and two other men involved .in the incident were arrested on drug charges. Anyone who may know of the whereabouts of Rogers is asked to contact the Pasco County Sheriff's Office at (727) 844-7711. No Charges Filed InClair-Mel Shooting ..... c: m en c 3: :D Hillsborough County deputies report that no one has been charged in an inci dent that left one man with three gunshot wounds. According to reports, at 12:11 p. m. Saturday, an argument between Larrod McClinton, 28 and a friend resulted in McClinton being shot in the head, shoulder and abdomen. Deputies said the argument in the 86oo block of Fish Lake Road was about money McClinton allegedly owed the shooter. Deputies identi fied the shooter, as Orlando Powell, 28, was not arrested. McClinton's condition is listed as critical. Spokesperson Debbie Carter said both men were LARROD MCCLINfON ... reported to be in critical condition. armed with handguns during the argument, and they are investigating the shooting as a possible self-defense inci dent. 0 :::1: Police Investigate Sexual Banerv LAKELAND On March 18, 2012 at 11' :10 p. m., Lakeland police officers responded to 525 West Orange Street, Hyatt Hotel in reference to a sexual battery. The victim was found on the west side of the hotel in an area employees use to smoke. She is an employee of the hotel and was found severely beaten. Initial information from the victim indicates she was in the break are a of the hotel waiting for a friend to get off work. She told police she saw a Black niale walking towards her, saying I'm sorry, excuse me." The victim told police she put her head down and was on her cell phone when the suspect attacked her. She said the suspect went for her throat and choked her until she was unconscious. When she awoke, she told police she was being sexually assaulted. The suspect ran in the This is a photo of a man suspected of committing a sexual battery Sunday at the !;2 Hyatt Hotel. m direction he came, and disap peared. The victim sustained signifi cant injuries and the attack was violent, police said. Her face was extremely swollen, and one of her eye s was swollen shut. ..... c: m en c z c Lakeland Police are asking ;, anyone that has information about this incident to contact the department at (863) 8346900. HEN DAVWSON 1487 TaiDaa ParllPiaza @ Nebraslka ave. & scan St.

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2 Bedroom Apartment $550 00/Monthly $550.00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 3502 N. 121h Street 1 Bedroom Patio Apartment w/Appl i ances, Fenced Yard $600/Monthly Fi rst & last Month Rent Required (813) 704-7339 East Tampa Bungalow Furnished 1 / 1 Clean & Quiet $750 00/Monthly Plus First And last Month Includes All Utilit i es (813) 248-9888 II DUPLEXES 9814 North 11th Street Unit IIA 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $500 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 386-8044 LeasingTampaBay.com 724 East Patterson t. 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $550 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Small Pets OK Sect i on 8 Approved (813) 34o-3085 Highway 301 And Fowler Area Spacious 1/1 Duplex WDH WSG Included $500 00/Monthly $250.00/Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 968-1168 No Credit Check Spacious 2 Bedroom/1 Bath WDH Water Included $675.00/Month l y Plus Security Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 525-1724 II Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $100.00 Move-In Special 3 Bedroom CHA WDH large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 Move-In Special Tampa Heights New 4-Piex 2 Or 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Sect i on 8 Accepted Call (813) 4n-n34 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, DUPLEX CHA W / D Hook-up $750.00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Willie (813) 699-2498 (813) 690-6664 First Month FREE $50.00 Will Move You In 4005 North 34th Street Unit IIG Excellent Rental History Required Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $565.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 II ROOMS FOR RENT II Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnished CHA W/D, Cable All Util i ties Paid Next To Bus l i nes Qu i et Neighborhood $120.00/Weekly Prlvate Entrance (813) 478-1286 Busch Gardens Area large $115.00 Small $100 00 Weekly Plus Deposit Christian Person Preferred Must Be Employed Or Receiving Benef i ts No Drugs Or Smokers Furnished (813) 466-5003 (727) 7()9-:2789 Avail86le Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1 000 East 26th Avenue Please Call (813) 494-3343 Room For Rent Electric Water And Cable Included Call (813) 433-3290 For Detailed Information Furnished Rooms For Rent Males Preferred Cable, Central Air Strictly No Drug Activity Allowed Must Be Employed Call (813) 965-5931 Hillsborough & Himes A/C, Cable Phone Queen Beds Kitchen Ceiling Fans $85 00 Deposit $100.00 And Up Weekly (813) 598-4262 West Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00-$100 00 Weekly + Deposit Call {813) 476-8748 1 Week FREE Rooms For Rent In Quiet Building At 2913 North 15th Street Tampa Stop By Or Call Henry (813) 727-0151 Ybor Heights large Furnished Rooms $120.00-$140 00/Weekly Deposit Plus Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV, laundry Single Drug Free Must Be Employed Call (813) 247-4724 Seffner Room For Rent No Drugs CHA Share K i tchen And Bath $130.00/Weekly Mr. Austin (813) 362-7618 Miss Sarah (813) 270-4047 Central @ 1-275 A/C Cable, Phone Queen Beds, Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $85.00 Deposit $100.00 And Up Weekly (813) 598-4262 Gann & Gann Rentals 806 Floribraska Avenue Rooms For Rent $305 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Background Check Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 949-8997 II AIR CONDITIONING II Tarpley's A/C Sales & Service New& Used Financing Available Call (813) 238-7884 Uc 11815130 Foxe Heating And A/C Repair Service LLC Spring Special A/C Tune And Clean $59.95 (813) 280-2907 For An Appointment Lie 11915130 APPLIANCE REPAIRS A/C & Appliance Repair Ice Makers Refrigeration, Stove,.Washers Dryers All Work Guaranteed Call Prince (813) 695-4343 Fast Friendly Service II AUTO GLASS Mobile Power Windows Windshields $99 00 & Up Most Cars Power Window Repair $39.00 & Up Rob (813) 325-6529 24 HR Service tl -1 c: m en c 3: > :0 (') :I: N 9 N 0 ..A. N ., r-0 :a en II CARPET CLEANING II Affordable Carpet Cleaning Deep Scrub $55.00 Flat Rate Ca$h ASAP (813) 484-6757 CC's Carpet leaning New Customers Only!!! 1-3 Rooms Only $24 95 Including Deep Cleaning No Hidden Charges Phone {813) 325-4330 m r-aJ c: r rm :::t z ., c: CD r-. u; :I: m c m < m -1 c: m en > z c

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C'l -0 C'l 0 C'l II II' % II II II II II II II II 0 BEDS FOR SALE HANDYMAN JUNK CARS MORTGAGE REAL ESTATE a: c Beds Small Does It All We Buy Junk Cars DON'T LET THOSE Learn HowTo (/) w / Handyman Services And Trucks OTHER GUYS STEAL Create Wealth Bunk Beds $200.00 YOUR HOUSEl Investing In Real Estate .... Twin $60.00 Spec i alizes: Plumbing CALLJ.R. Electrical, Painting House (813) We Buy Foreclosure Homes Rehab For Profit Full $65.00 Yards Mowed, etc. Cash In 3 Days Build With Equity Queen $75.00 Junk Cars Build A Positive Cash Flow For More Information See Our Ad In The King $100.00 & Up Call Clint Small Florida Sentinel. Rental Business We Buy Junk Cars, Call (813) 31o-o991 (813) 735-3_255 Trucks And Vans Must Have Fair Credit www. rehabberssuperstore.com Must Have Cash To Close Call (813) 784-8339 813.675.7040 Serious Inquiries On ly II II II HAULING 11. BURGLAR BARS I Buy Junk Cars Please Call Up To $500.00 & Up II PARALEGAL II Kenny Rushing 813.675.7040 All Junk Removal Free Pick Up Of Doors, Windows, Rails, Old Appliances And Metal AJC Cages Gates Furniture, Tree Debris Divorces $95.00 And Up II II Genera,l Welding & Repairs Construction, Garbage Call Eric Modification For Child SALONS c Or Anyth ing Else (813) 764-3968 We Pick Up Scrap Metal Support Or Visitat ion u. No Job Too Big Or Small $120.00 c For More Information Fast And Reasonaele Rochelle z I I II Contempt Charges $95.00 c Call Carl LAWN SERVICE 581 0 North 40th Street (813) 495-3172 (813) 285-4674 Motion To Reinstate DL (813) 965-0485 c For Non Payment Of (/) Re laxer, Condition w "We Do Best For Less" Ch ild Support $95.00 II II & Trim $45 00 .... II I I JUNK CARS ft BUS TRIP MAC DADDY 813-900-2535 Celebrity Layered Weave w Lawn Service And $55.00 > w $350 00 Cash Minimum Comp le te Clean-Up II II c 1 DayTrlpTo We Haul: Debris, Limbs RENTAL HALL Sew -In Cut & Style $99 00 w Immokalee Casino l: For Most Cars And Furniture Feather Bob $50 00 (/) "Trucks And Vans ::::i Receive $30.00 Phone (813) 245-9761 Invis ib le Part $55.00 m Banquet Hall Available Free Play And Free Towing 24!7 ll. $5.00 Food Voucher Walk Ins Welcome z Call (813) 403-0800 II II For Kids Birthday Parties ;:::: $35 00 PP LEASE Ages1-10 w ...1 (813) 389-0852 CASH PROPERTY Or Baby Showers Natural Hair Reigns N Style ...1 (813) 374-0147 Call Now For Rates m For Cars Trucks And Vans 813-312-8883 ...1 To Register Free Hauling Church/Office Space (813) 389-0852 w z Lost Title OK For Rent (813) 374-0147 Finger Locs $65.00 i= z II II 804 East Floribraska Loc Re-twist $45 00 w DNA TESTING Call (813) 626-5733 II II 0 Or (813) 924-6255 $400.00/Monthly REPAIRS C Loc Extensions $85.00 God Bless 1 Large Room -Sew-In $125.00 9-Test Part iall y Furnished We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ S & H Painting Kinky Twist $125 : 00 u. We Come To Youl Up To $1,500.00 Call(813)229-8696 Results In 3 Days (813) 373-2515 Comp l ete Home Repairs Comb Twist $45.00 Legal qr Persona l Testing For Cars; Trucks Or (813) 949-8997 Experienced Hair Color $55.00 Payment Plans Vans Motorcycles Carpenters, Roofers Hair Cut $8.00 24-Hour Service Running Or Not II II Hauling Curly Twist $125.00 With Or Without Title Monday Saturday METAL Harvey(813)463-6492 24!7 Now Offer in g Keratin pLM-DNA Testing Services Insured/Lie# 199701 Treatments $89 00 (813) 928-2753 (813) 695-2438 Need Money? www.dlmservlcesusa.com Now Servicing Nationwide We Buy Unwanted Vehicles We Pay Top Dollar For Cars f -888-651-5777 With O r Without Title All Core Auto Parts: BLICATION DEADLINES Any Cond iti on Batteries, Rad iat ors II 11 Make Or Model Transmission, Etc. Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. FINANCIAL We Pay Up To $20,000 00 All App liances And And Offer Free Towing Scrap Metals Friday EdHion Monday @ 12:00 P.M. Call (813) Get Your House In Order Call Omar (813) 516-0847 We Pick Up Build A Financial Plan ClASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE For Your Family $10.00 1 Words And 60$ For Each Contact. Lisa Taylor SUPPORT THE 0 (813) 326-1572 FLORIDA SENTINEL Additional Word Over 20 C'l w For Your FREE ADVERTISERS This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad Financial Analysis

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Has Moved To 1314 E. Hillsborough Ave. Between 15th And 15th Street Before Ebony's Beauty Supply can (813) 514-4100 (813) 579-8989 Angel ue's can Hair Braiding 4707 East Busch Blvd. Between 46th and 48th (813) 988-7037 Micros, Corn Rows Sew-Ins Dread Locs And Kinky Twist Micros Short Hair 65 Micros Long Hair $86 Ki1ky Twists $65 BaK Plaits $40 Sew-In WetNes $45 Call For Appointment (813) 567-1429 Relaxer Wash-N-Set $25.00 Full Head Sew-In $85.00 Kinky Twist $100 .00 Quick Weave $50.00 Call Rlshonda (352) 2n-21a4 B'Eiegant Beauty Salon 3402 North 34th Street Is For Licensed Ha i r Stylists Booth Rental Only Call Mrs. B (813) 621-2820 (813) 956-0020 Braids By Serlna 813-381-2105 Senegalese Twists $130.00 Micros $125.00 Kinky Twists $100.00 Body Plaits $85.00 Bobs $75:oo Sew Ins $60.00 Natural Hair Reigns N Ia Now Hiring License Braiders Or Cosmetologist Booth Rental $75 .00 For The First 6 Weeks Join A Wonderful Team Of Natural Hair Technicians 813-9n-1605 813-312-8883 Now Offering Braiders Classes $200.00 Dominican Hairstylists $20 .00 Blow And Go $40 ,00 Relaxer And Go $80.00 -Weave And Go can Shalla Today (813) 481-9765 Senegalese Twist Kinky Twist Cell Arleen Today (813) 84&:6313 Expressions Hair Studio Sew-In $85 00 Senegalese Twist $100.00 Relaxers, Cut-N-Color $60.00 Eyelash Extension & Eyebrow Arch $25.00 (813) 322-4333 Or (813) 300-0404 Michelle StyliSt II SELL YOUR HOME II DON'T LE;r THOSE OTHER GUYS ST.EAL YOUR HOUSEl Cash In 3 Days For Your House See Our Ad In The Florida Sent i nel. www.rehabberssuperstore.com (813) 675-7040 I Ll;;;;;;;;l II Prophetess Woman Of God Come Get And Receive What You Need No Matter What The Situation Is Remove Evil Put Back Relationships Prosperity -You Name It! Prayer Healing Spiritual Enl i ghtenment And Etc. Call -Come And See Nothing Works On Mans Time, But God's Time Don't Be Fooled Philippians 4:15 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. (813) 785-1996 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA 0 (813) 248-1921 II Psychic Adviser Removes Stress Negativ i ty Obstacles Restore Peace Happiness Back In Your Life Today! Cell Now For Answers To All Questions 817-798-4555 Spiritualist Healer Advisor True Woman Of God Can Help You On Love Marriage Busines's Sister Maya Can Remove Bad Luck, Evil Spirits (813) 379-1151 7512 N. Armenia Avenue Hot Lottery Numbers can Or wrtte Today Queen (706) 267-1139 P.O. Box 204425 Martinez, GA 30907 Slater Grace 1907 East Fletcher Palm, Card Reader Spiritual Cleansing Removes Bad Luck Evil Spells Restores Lost Nature Advise On Love/Marriage Health And Business Special Readings $5.00 I Pay cash In 3 Days For Your House Before I Buy Your House I Can Provide You With: 1 Proof Of Funds: Proving I 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 Credentia l s. c m f/) c ,.. ::D 0 :l: --N 0 ..... N "TT Some Investors Make False r-0 Claims That They .Have The ::D Money To Buy Your House But g Really Do Not. 0 I Also Encourage You To Consult With Your Attorney Before Selling Me Your House Or Anyone Else We Value Our Relationship With The Community And Appreciate The Cont i nued Support Over The Years. I ve Helped Hundreds Of People Get Cash m z :::1 z m r-m c r r-z "U c m Fast For Their House Since r-August 2000 1'111 Here To Help You And W ill Not Let You Down. Call Me For A Free Consultation: Kenny Rushing, President Rehabber's Superstore, Inc. 813 675 7040 Ext. 11 m < m c m f/) c TAX SERVICES Ill ll;;;l;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;o;;;;;;;R;;;;;;;w;;;;;;;. c __ L __ ,.. z c "TT ::D Simplex Investment LLC Tax Accounting & Financial Planning Services (813) 333-6n3 (813) 391-5517 Professional CPA Works Directly With The IRS Year Round All Indiv i duals And Businesses Are Valued Customers TRAINING Private Professional Drum Instruction All Levels Including Reading And Drum Set Call (813) 248-2600 Now For Location And Time II Dave's Well Drilling And Pump Service Call (813) 446-6045 Or (813) 732-9098 (Cell) Ask For Dave BUSINESS DIRECTORY TATTOO 1 liE I 1iJ L .. j 11u,... OF IHE BUY I GET I FREE 1U43.1354 tiM I. .. ..., .. 113 911 .. 8090 ..... 813..239..2239 1911 E. ..... I 6 C) m N .....

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C al & A11to Aa:ideats Probatka VIOiadoas nmm .ueaense Motorcyde Aeddents Personal Injury BoattagAeddeatJ S.SOft'-Crtmt(813) 272-2200 .. tbCialmt DUIIBUI tlr' 402 East 7th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33602 IBfnmlldion Quali liMiioos.t: EllptrieiXle AYiilabl" UpmReqw& 1'he Hiri .. Of AnAttoo!eylsAn Important OecisicnThat SMWdNat Bea-d Solely Upon Beflxe Yoo Ask Us T o Send Yro flee \Vnltm lnf :::D o % 1\) !=> 1\) 0 .... 1\) ., r-0 :::D CJ) m z ::::t z m r-aJ c: r rm ::::t z ., c: m r-Cii % m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c ., :::D c

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c a: u. c z < c C/) w ::::;) > a: w > w c w J: C/) :; m ::::;) D. z i= w ...J ...J ::::;) m ( BERS Kenny Rushing CEO/President We pay $500 refemll fe8s for .any teal estate home Jeads we ii*' .. .,_,-,.;:.;.;o;v;vc;.;;;:;., :-"" --,, ',,,, .. ___ ___ Over 1 ,000' bomes bought I sold In the Bay area sie August, 2000.


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