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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c c a:_ g u.. om a err 1 ...... SE E PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 63 TUESDAY MARCH 27 2012 24 PAGES 75 Rallv For Travvon Martin To Be Held At local Church ---SEE P A GE 2 Second Child Welfare services Forum Planned SEE P A GE 2 Store owner Shoots Armed suspect SEE PAGE 18 TAMPA JOINS HOODIE MARCHES AROUND THE COUNTRY TO SUPPORT JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON MARTIN People of all ages all around the country have been participating in marches in support of justice for the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. On Saturday, March 24, 2012, thousands converged on Tampa's AI Lopez Park and peacefully walked to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and N. Dale Mabry to protest the killing of Martin in Sanford, FL. Many of those who joined the march wore hoodies and carried a package of Skittles and a can of Arizona Tea. Among those who particiiii :r pated were: Krystal Bowens, Domenique Green, Fly Boy, Anquil Smith and Jessica Palmer. (Photography by BRUNSON)


N CQmmunitv Based Child Welfare Services Forum Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 0 en w :: Eckerd Youth Alternatives .,_ (EYA) and the University Area Community Development Center, 14013 N. 22nd Street, will host the second Commu nity-Based Child Welfare Community Forum. The forum will take place at 6:30 p.m., and will target families residing in 33612 and 33613 zip codes. This is the second of several planned communitybased Child Welfare and Foster Care Community Fo rums. EYA was awarded the contract after nine children in custody of HKI died during a two-year period. Beginning on July 1st, Mrs. Lorita Shirley, Executive Director, MS. LORlTASHIRLEY Exeeutlw Director ofEckerd Youth Alternatives of EYA, and her staff at Eckerd Youth Alternatives, will replace Hillsborough Kids Inc. Mrs. Shirley will be on hand to discuss the transition of child welfare services from one agency to the other. She will also discuss how the tran-sition will affect parents or legal guardians whose children are in the system. She is encouraging those families to come out and share their concerns about how to improve the services offered. Mrs; Shirley stated that the first meetings are going to take place in the zip codes with the highest number of children removed from homes. She feels that in order to address the problem, the agency must not only be connected to the community, but it must also accept feedback from the residents on how to remove obstacles for improved per formance. For more information, email hillsborouKhcbc@eck erd.om, or visit the web site at www.Eckerd.or&/HillsborQll&h. 0 a: 1.1.. 0 z c( Familv 01 Slain Teenager Find No Victorv In verdict 0 en w :: .... w > w 0 w ::z::: en ::J ID :: z _, _, :: ID _, w z BYRON PATI'Y, JR. 6/21/93 8/13/10 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday evening, a w jury convicted Reginald Ty en rone Jenkins of first-degree murder, attempted first-de a: gree murder, and attempted 0 anned robbery. Jenkins, who is facing life in prison, will learn his fate April 27th, when Judge Emmett Battles sen tences him. Jenkins was 17-years-old when a single shot rang out in the Belmont Heights Estates on August 12, 2010. Several young men were on a porch involved in a dice game when a masked man approached, de manded money, and fired a .357 magnum handgun. The bullet struck 19-year old Alonzo Jones, traveled through and exited his body. It continued on its path and struck 17year-old Byron Patty, Jr., in the back of the head. Patty was placed on life N support, but died the following w day. Jones survived his in C) jury. c( The assailant wore a ski .11, REGINALD JENKINS Convicted of flnt-dep-ee murder mask, however, Jones and another witness identified Jenkins as the shooter. Police arrested him September 9, 2010, and charged him with the first-degree murder. He was also charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted anned robbery and being a felon in posSession of a handgun. Jenkins testified during the trial and to being at the scene before the shooting. However, be denied shootiug anyone. Ms. Orldya Andrews, the mother of Patty said, "11le verdict is bittersweet. I was re lieved, but it's a loss for both sides. I used to always tell Byron that in life there are choices, decisions, and consequences behind you r action. Whether it was intentional or unintentional, there is always a price to be paid. "As a result of my son's death, I pondered the thought of him becoming an organ donor. Byron's death gave life to six people, including a baby who was four -months old at the time. My son is for ALONZO .JONES ... Recovered from inJury ever with us because he lives in the lives of others. "Our hearts and prayers go out to Reginald's family. In this case there are no real win ners." Patty's grandmother, Elder Michelle Patty, said the jury deliberated for about 3 hours before reaching the guilty verdict. "We're definitely glad, but there is no celebration in the verdict. We hold no malice or hatred. Our young people need to realize that there are conse quences for their actions and that's what took place here. A person is not going to get up after he's been shot, this is not television. All we have is a grave. They will be able to see him, we don't have that op tion," Elder Patty said. She further stated that all three of the teenagers knew each other and had been friends for a number of years. Elder Patty also stated that she was very proud of the people who testified They stood finn and gave their tes timony. This 'no snitch' rule stop." Councilman To Lead Rallv For TravvonManin On Tuesday, March 2']'h (today) Tampa City Councilman Frank ReddiCk will host a rally for a slain teenager. The rally will Wee place at the 3411a Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34t1a Street, beginning at6p.m. Cedric McCray, Adminis trative Assistant for Council-. man Reddick stated that some members of Trayvon Martin's family plan to attend the rally. Councilman Reddick has invited local leaders and members of the community to join him in requesting the Florida Attorney General's Office and the Department of Justice take action in this case. One month ago, on February 26th, 17-year-old Trayvon FRANK REDDICK City Councilman Martin was shot and killed while walking from the store in a gated community in Sanford Florida. Although George Zimmerman, 28, has been identified as the shooter, no arrests have been made. Child HiiBV School Bus As He Crossed Street A six-year-old boy was struck by a school bus on Friday. He was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries According to police, Chrishawon Ellis had exited the school bus at the intersection of N. 51ot Street and E. Liberty Street. As he began to cross the street, he was hit by the school bus. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where be was treated for a bro ken leg. The bus driver, Ms. Betty Louise Thomas, 61, of Seffner, told police she didn't see the child. Ms. Thomas was cited for failure to use due care to avoid a pedestrian Ida I Pavne Friends 01 Urban librarie s The April meeting of the Ada T. Payne Friends of the Urban Libraries will be held on Tuesday, Apri117, 2012, 5:30p.m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library in the Matthew Gre gory Meeting Room. The election of officers will be heid at this meeting, how ever, you must renew your membership my April 1st to vote. You be present to vote. UIT PIMic larl \ Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART) will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, March 28, 2012, 3:30-5 p. m. at its administrative office, 1201 E. 7th Ave. The purpose of the meeting is to give residents and/or groups the opportunity to present their views and comments regarding the HART proposed application for federal transit funds.


Y:eatures Thousands 01 Tampans Join countrv In .. 'Million Hildie March' Saturday, thousands of people took to the street in a cry for justice for a slain teenager. The march was called the "One Million Hoodie March" in memory of Trayvon Martin. The death of the teenager is reminiscent of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Trayvon Martin is the son of Ms. Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin. His grandmother is Mrs. Marian Spotford Evans, a Tampa native, and he was re lated to the late Mrs. Audrey Spotford. The rally took place at the intersection of N. Dale Mabry and W. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said it went smoothly. "It was an uneventful, peaceful demon stration." Cedric McCray said, u was very moving for me. There were people of diverse backgrounds who came out to support a common cause. I think the message is that people are basically fed up." Ms. Tonia Lewis said, "As you heard TRAYVON chanted throughout the crowd, you couldn't help but pray, cry, and stand for what you believed in. It took a tragedy to have the outpouring of people coming together of all nationalities. "I just felt the Lord move through people globally to stand up for a change, and merely to say, they are tired. "I signed Trayvon Mar tin's petition, I marched and rally for Trayvon Martin, and will continue to for Trayvon Martin. But, to all the leaders, politicians, churches, NAACP and elders what are you going to do about what's happening in our own backyard?" Ross Anderson said, "It is unfortunate that it took an incident like this for a young African American male to be killed, based on what he was wearing and his skin color, before our community would really come together and address some really important issues our youngsters are facing, especially being stereotyped. (Photography by BRUNSON). Cindy Robinson, Quedirah Cromartie, Louniesha CroDUU" tie, and .Jabmari Cromartie wore shirts in loving memory of Trayvon Martin. They also had a can of iced tea and a bag of Skittles. Shkazn1u and Kenny participated in the march. I _...;-H (I\ r) ,... This. unidentified little girl is shown wearing a hoodie and holding a sign that says, "' Am Trayvon Martin." c Young Woman Dead, Young Man Critical After 3C ,.. ::u (") :z:: N 0 .... N Shooting JYNASSIS ELUS ..... died from her iJ:Uuries. Tampa Police homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that occurred early Sunday morning, leaving a young woman dead, and a young man life threatening injuries. Police were called to Nicks Gyros at 3501 East Hillsborough Avenue at 3:30 a.m. on a report of a shoot-ing. Police said a man approached the vehicle in the restaurant's parking lot and fired into the driver's side window, severely woundi.ni Jynassis Ellis, 26. The driver, Malik Madied, 21, was also shot, but managed to drive one block to 34tb Street and East Hillsborough where an off-duty officer was getting gas. He immediately began cPR. on Ellis, and MAUK MA.JIED ..... reported to be in stable condition. called for backup and an am"11 bulance. Ellis was later pro6 nounced dead at the scene. ;:!! Majied was hospitalized C and is reported to be in sta: ble condition. m Detectives have determined the shooting was not z a random act of violence, and they are asking anyone m with information about the C ,.. shooting to call (813} 231r m 6130. ::! The suspect is described z as a Black male, 6 feet tall, -a wearing a baseball cap and a ; searf around his face. rA source has reported that this shooting, and a m shooting near 34th Street are C connected to an incident that !:2 occurred at Ben T. Davis m Beach a week ago. Police have not been able to sub2 stantiate these allegations. m 0 c )> z c "11 ::u B News. Alert The florida Law S1at8a 11aat You May Be &lllll&d TO $10,000 For loa \Vag8S And Medical Can... Service Support Mel Help from ... begil"'*'8 to the end. Splnalln)IR'Ies Neck Pain Back Pain Hlp Pain Leg Pain lhtnspotlallon Available Auto Repair BodyShop Needed)


N ENTlNEL BULLETIN dying long before your time :x 2207 2 11t A._..., T:S (Bts) 248-tt21 worth vain pride or satisfy() e-yn-tay .m ing an out of control ego? a: R.ORIDA SBmiEL ...a.ETIN ..... lNG eo.. I f 4( MemberotNaiiDMINeaa...-l'lmllheraA..acialllon(NNPA) say 1t lSD t. I you JUSt ,. .m Amllgw..-..d ......... n:.. New 'ltlrk. walk away, it gives you time c o 11180M CP n .......... ,lllioi ... >;' P081"'IASSER: Sind Add!-. a-ve lb: to think, time to cool off and OC0 ,.............,........ time to get your egos back P.O.---.......... fL-d I Jfi J SIW 1 1 un ercontro. ::) c. U I a IIIJ When you find yourself in t-110'1-1817 (1Mit a potentially explosive situ-c. "'E very human being has Graveyards and jails are ation, don't stir the flames, a. u.v AIIDREW8, ,.. .,. within their bodies a loaded with people whose just walk away. Trouble is so c.avntEANDREWS., PRE...,. vain self called an egos sent them to one of easy to get into and so hard AL.LI80N WR I s..a,.aan; CFO GWEN HAYES, EOROR ego. these horrible places. They to get out of. To avoid trouHAAOLD-:=,"'=.:::o"IIANAGER Egos are often hard to end up in places that they ble by walking away, isn't a BETTY DAWICIN8. A&NER &IIG IMEC1'0R control. Some people do a could have avoided. All they sign of weakness. Instead, it TOYNETTA cc.e, PRODUC110H IIANAGUI LAVORA EDWARDS, a AS BIFED better job of controlling had to do was just walk is a sign of strength. It takes Q a: &L Q z 4( >-cc Q Cl) w :: ... w > w Q w ::z::: Cl) :J ID ::) a. z ..J ..J ::) ID ..J w z ;: z w .. ........,.breca.......-a...VMera. donot-'ly .................. cii.,. .......................... P\dlher. I Travvon And licllolls: Twl Y1111M1n I t first, they don't seem to have anything in com mon. One Nicholas IJ.ndsey-is living. The other -Trayvon Martin is dead. Yet, both their lives are interconnected by the kindred society in which they lived. And the outcome of their destiny is no doubt, a wheel set in motion, long before either of them had been born. 1 Trayvon Martin was ldlled by another young man who called himself a volunteer neighborhood watchman and fancied himself an unsung police oflicer. Nicholas Und sey, for some upside down reason decided to vandalize automobiles and in the process ran afoul of an unsuspecting police officer whom he ldlled. At a tender high school age (Nicholas is 17 years youug; so was Trayvon) both young men who just happened to be Black and an other young man who identified himself as so-called white-Hispanic, have becOme a part of a tradition that is very American. CaD it "aodetal cannibalism," the habit of eating our young At the printing of this editorial, we had been informed that buses were leaviDg Tampa on their way to Florida filled with angry protestors, family weD-wishers and onlookers who know history when they see it. What they would do when they arrived outside a still gated community is anybody's guess. If they are to a certainly bereaved family of the fallen teenager, then such is underStandable. However, if they had come to complain about the socalled "Stand Your Ground" law, which was being pillo ried as part of the reason a wannabe cop shot in supreme malice an innocent Black youth, then maybe, a better place to converge would have been Tallahassee And what about Nicholas IJndsey? Though his future is dead, how shall he die? W"dl he see 20 years behind bars, or life? Two young men have become poster chil dren for what still happens too often in the hinterlands of America. Will we ever learn? I Ecl a: 0 D o you remember the little toy you used to get as a consolation prize? We're referring to the toy called "Etch-a-Sketch." For those of you who have no idea what we're talking about, long before "Gameboy's" or little electronic giz mos that went "Beep-beep-beep," Etch-a-Sketch had cor nered the market. You drew the pietures on a cellophane page then, in boredoui, destroy the whole thing by lifting up the cellophane and erasing the sketch, hence, the name "Etch-a-Sketch." Most of the living world was under the assumption Etch-a-Sketch had gone, but obviously, w e were wrong. Here recently, Republican think-taakers have exca vated the long-dead idea of Etch-a-Sketch as an ideal par ody of certain Republican presidential rivals. For,just as easily as ui Etch-a-Sketcher might erase a poor picture, so (say eertaiD Republican whiz-kids) do such candidates as Mitt Romney say one thing, then puB up the cellophane and skdeh to something else. Needless to say, the come-back Etch-a-Sketch industry is making a killing. However, there is one unfortunate commonallty that ., continues to impress itself upon many American minds. w When thinking about Etch-a-Siretc:h, one can't help think ing about the American economy, how one day, it is one a.: thing, and the next day, the sketch has a different their egos than others. That away. They coUld just walk a strong man or woman to ego is so powerful until it away from an argument or just walk away. has made human beings walk away from a potential This is especially true for mad, crazy, violent and fight Black people. You know the prone to kill. There is an old saying that judicial and the prison sys-That out of control ego advises that he who runs terns await you and the tells us to let nobody em bar-away, lives to fight another cards are stacked against rass us or do anything to us day: Nothing can be more you before you even get that may cause a feeling of truthful than that. Many of there. Why make unnecesshame, insult or being weak. the arguments we become sary trouble for yourself? These people have to lash violent over are senseless Just walk away. out or retaliate. Egos have and valueless. Yet, we end Personally, I am tired of caused people to hurt, get up killing somebody or getreading about people going burt or killed, to get killed or ting killed over nothing. to jail or being killed be-to go to jail or cause someThink people! Is spending cause they didn't have the body else to go to jaiL the rest of your life in jail or strength to just walk away. Black Wollen Firsts In Aviation S eeing the movie Red Tails automatically led me to research Black female pilots in the military and travel industry Generally Bessie Cole man is the extent of public knowledge about Black fe male pilots. However, today, there are a growing number of Black women who fly military jets and helicopters as well as do mestic airline jumbo jets. In 1 921 wh e n Bessie Coleman was licensed in Paris by the Federation Aeronautique Internationale (F. A. 1.), she became the first Black (me n and women) to receiv e an international pilot's licen se. Since that time, the r e are at least 100 Black female commercial pi lots and an impressive list of Black female military pilots. A group of Black f e mal e pilots, founded and headed by U. Col. Beverly Armstrong, formed an organiza tion, The Bessie Coleman Foundation in 1995 as a vehicle for keeping the legacy of Bessie Coleman aliv e and to e ncourag e Black women to pursue aviation careers. The group included many history-making women in the aviation industry. Among them is the presi dent, Lt. Col. Beverly Armstrong, who became the 10th Black woman to graduate from the United States Army pilot school in 1986, joined by Shelia Chamberlain who was the fifth Black woman to graduate from the U. S. Army pilot school as well as the Army's first Black f e male intelli gen ce combat pilot (Grenada /Panama and Persian Gulf War) Other firsts among the group ii 1clude Col. Chris tine Knighton, first woman to serve as Combat Arms officer in the U. S. An:ity; Doreen Branch (private pilot) who owns a Grumman Cheetah and was the first Black femal e student to fly out of Washington Ex ecutive Field in Maryland; Lt. Col. Norma Ely, one of the first two graduates of Florida Memorial College's Aviation Science Program ; and Dr. Anne Sulton, Esq., Atlanta, Geo rgia's first li ce nsed (1977 ) Black f e mal e pilot. Both Chamberlain. and Armstrong served in Army intelligence, with Arm strong serving on a military intelligence mission on the North Korean border. In fact, Armstrong was re cruited and trained by the Air Force International Guard while serving in Korea. General (Ret.) Dr. Irene Trowell-Harris was the first Black woman to become a general officer in the U. S. National Guard, and the first woinan to have a Tuskegee Airman Chapt e r and a mentoring award named in her ho n o r Another first" in the organization is Shirley Tyus, the first Black female pilot hired by United Airlines and the first officer to fly the Boeing m for United Airlines on the United State s to France route Currently, a number of Black female fighter jet and helicopt e r pilots serve in our Army Air Force Navy and Nati o nal Guard With di s tinc tion. America s comme rcial aviation industry also has Black women who contribute to the airline industry's na tional and international flight services In the future, I will share more examples of capable Black women who have bad great impact on military and commercial aviation as well as America s fight for free dom a t home and abroad Until then, youn g Black women, look to the s kies, you can fly too. Harambee!


oroscopes/. ... +-.. ,.. e,-,.._.,_ :. -: .. -__ __ ...._.._,....... HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday-Love prevails. This year reveals what's most important, and compassion takes the cake. You begin to see your priorities in a new way and crave a change. Consider the im pact of your actions on those who love you. Momentary freedom may not be worth long-term consequences. Above all, to thine. own self be true. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Call a favorite friend or sibling just to say you care. Push for a raise, or promote your project ... the listening's favorable. Sell it. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Think over what you want. Talk a little. Define your terms. Review the logical steps. Sell it privately Your fortunes increase and you make it look easy. Gemini (May 21-June 21) strong and creative for the next two days, comfortable in your own skin. Try again at something you've failed at before. You have new talents now. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Choose for comfort and beauty. Elders are in a good mood so stay connected. Talk to a partner tonight, and discover what they want. Write up your thoughts. Leo (July 23 .. Aug. 22) -The job's more fun than you ex pected. A long distance communication brings great news. Write it all down, and edit to the juicy goodness. Send your message out. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Get more than you asked for in a particularly tender moment. Review your plan, write it down and prepare in private. Let go of expectations. Follow logic. Ubra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Today's good to go over finances and to work on projects that require concentration. Make time to feed your creative soul. Poetry, anyone? Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Write down your financial goals with the help of an expert. Dig around and find more value. The answer is right in front of you. Usten to suggestions. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-There's plenty of work, and that's the fun part. Prepare well and go through the tasks with ease and confidence Accept a well-earned acknowledgment. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You're exceptionally artistic and cute now. What will you create with your vision? Don't get lazy; you have so much to express. Share happiness and inspire. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Explore new territories with your partner. You never know what you're going to get, but you can adapt to the changes Leave investments in a safe place. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Projects may pile up quickly unless you bring organization Delegate what others can do better or those things you don't enjoy. No need to be overwhelmed. BOLD AND THE BEAUI'IFUL-The Forrester Family gath ers together to share a very special anniversary for Stephanie and Eric. Hope implores Dr Barton for more prescription medication to settle her nerves; the Forrester Creations executives scramble to deal with a publicity crisis; Bill reminds Uam of all that Liam has given up. Karen Spencer surprises her daughter, Caroline, with a trip to Los Angeles to interview for a position at Forrester Creations; Brooke and Ridge scheme to ensure that Amber stays far away from the company, and from Rick. DAYS OF OUR UVES-Stefano finally reveals the project he has in mind for John and Hope; Marlena reassures Will that he can confide in her about anything; Rafe informs Nicole he ended things with Sami; a conflicted Carrie tells Austin she can't say what's in her heart. Sami opens up to EJ about Kate vowing to de stroy her; Ian hosts a dinner for fashion editors; Madison warns Brady not to let Ian get to him; Chad romances Melanie back at his apartment. EJ tells Sami that Rafe and Nicole had sex; Sami lashes out at Carrie and blames her for ruining her marriage; Billie asks Kate if she can move into the mansion; Marlena cautions Kate about being too pushy with Will; Lexie bails Abe out of jail. GENERAL HOSPITAL -There is an important delivery to the Drake home; Dante makes an arrest; Sonny confronts Johnny. McBain gets an important phone call; Anna and Liz get closer; Connie talks with Ewen.Luke makes Tracy jealous; Alexis and Mac work Matt and Spinelli; Sonny has a warning for Michael. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Kevin and Chloe must come to term with their true feelings, while Jeff takes desperat e measures to stop Gloria's wedding.An impromptu double wed ding has a surprising twist, while Nic"k and Sharon's plans cause alarm.Nick is impressed by Sharon's business skills, but their trip to Japan causes concern for Phyllis. Sarah Robinson, Lora Carswell and Frankie Mae Laster were guests at the Owens Brown wedding reception. The Sentinel's "Around the Town" photographer took this pictures of these lovely ladies at a wedding reception: Mrs. Geneviene Ellis, Mrs. Amelia Treeo and Ms. Pa tricia Hermosa. This photo was taken May 16, 1975 in Las Vegas, Nevada, after the Muhammed Ali and Ron Lyle fight. Tampans there for the fight were (Sen.) Arthenia Joyner and Joyce Turner Austin. Photo taken by Walter L Turner (deceased), Chicago, who was the publicist for Muhammed Ali for a number of years. The bridal party at the Rosier-stokes wedding were: Denisha Byrd, Diana Byrd, Ruby Calhoun, Latashia Byrd, Earline Byrd, Willie Byrd, Genethia Chestnue and Barbara Johnson.


TAE-TAE WALLACE Happy birthday goes outto my baby, .Tae-Tae. Hope you enjoyed your birthday SUI'prise. Love always, your mother, Yolanda Lee, Nijah, Jobnna, Navia, John, III and Colby! c a: I.L c z c( c en w :l w > w c w IlPPI Blrlhdll RICKEY NEWI'ON J: Introducing the one and only, my friend and my lover, m Rickey Newton. Happy birthday. z Love, Diane and the girls. ti ..J ..J :l m ..J w z w en a: 0 ..J I.L IlPPI Belated Bll'llldll EARNEST CHERRY CD Happy belated birthday. w From, the Cherry, CJ Bryant and Lewis family. If See you this summer. IIIII Bll'llldll DIANE And RICKEY Against all odds, we still remain. Love you baby, birthday. Love, Diane. FVI happy ..... Elllcadll Slnlees Family Education Services, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization, invites persons who need assistance with completing require ments for a high school diploma or GED, to. stop at their office. The office is lo cated at 1905 E. Waters Ave., Tampa (33604). The service can prepare one through Basic Adult Ed ucation, General Education Development, Work Force Readiness, Basic Computer Technology Parenting Class, Financial and Health Liter acy. They also have a Liter acy Fast Track. Program to help focus on education. For additional information, call Mrs. Griffith, 10 a. m. -1 p. m., (813) 833-3838. Men&Women 11rFarce Resentst CIDIPietes Basic Training Air Force Reserve Airman Melvin C. Bazan re cently graduated from basic military training. The cere mony took place at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Anto nio, Texas. Airman Bazan completed an intensive, eight-week pro gram that included training in military discipline and stud ies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. He also earned four credits toward an assOciate in applied science degree through the Commumty College of the Air Force. Airman Bazan is the son of Melvin Bazan and Maria Juarez, of Lakeland. He graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School in 2007, and earned an Associate Degree from Hillsborough Community College in 2011. Armv Enlistee CIDIPieta Training Amiy Pfc. Caleb N, Chajkowsld graduated from the Field Artillery Automated Tactical Data Systems Special ist Advanced Individual Training Course. His gradua tion ceremony took place at Fort Sill, in Lawton, Okla homa. The Field Artillery Auto mated Tactical Data Systems Specialist Advanced Individ ual Training Course is de signed to train soldiers as specialists to operate the ad vanced field artillery tactical data systems for both cannon and multiple launch rocket systems. Pfc. ChiQkowsld is the son of Joseph B. Cha jkowsld and Sally A. Mine, ofTampa. He graduated from Robin son High School in 2010. Local Blake High School And Patel consinatorv PannershiP SubJect II Video Jimmy Wills taping for the Blake projeet. The Patel Conservatory's partnership with Blake High School is the subject of a video created for Arts Schools Net work by Blake High School students. Blake is one of only eight schools nationwide se lected for this honor of having a video on the Arts Schools Network website. When representatives from Arts Schools Network were in Tampa recently touring the area, Blake's Assistant Princi pal, Greg Basham, met them as they made stops at both the Patel Conservatory at the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts and Blake High School. They discussed the video, which will be posted on the "Life in the Arts" sec tion of the website. Basham applied, presented ideas, met the extensive criteria and found out a few weeks later that Blake had. been Blake students, Jimmy Wills, a junior, and Deven Jams, a senior, are creating the with minimal input from administration. When complete, folks at Arizona State University will reformat the video and upload it to the ASN website. A non-profit professional association founded in 1981, Arts Schools Network is dedi cated to excellence and leadership in arts education. Arts Schools Network is a dynamic resource for arts schools lead ers, innovative partners and members of arts education in stitutions, with a mission to promote excellence in arts ed ucation by inspiring and serv ing arts leaders, institutions and organizations. The partnership has en compassed many mutual proj ects, such as visits with Step Afrika, Improvised Shake speare, an Opera Tampa new artist and Yasmin Levy. Blake students also participated in a dance master class with Complexions Contempo rary Ballet. Also, Patel Conservatory instructors Mark Lubas and Dee Lynch teach vocal les sons weekly to students at the high school, and selected Blake students leave their campus dUring the school day to attend dance classes at the Conserva tory. Outreach is a large part of the Patel Conservatory's mis sion, and the school works with about 30 organizations says Wendy Leigh, Straz eenter vice president of educa tion. Advertise Todavl BUY THIS. SPOT Call813-248-1921


-f White Seells To Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv Remain Free To Hold Convention Pending Appeal Julv 21-211n San FranciSco panel on volunteering. Alpha N Kappa Alpha will also open the "Unsung AKA Members of the Civil Rights Movement Museum" that will chronicle and graphically dramatize members' contributions to the Movement. Last Friday, Tampa attor ney Grady Irvin, Jr., entered a motion on behalf of his client, former Commissioner Kevin White. He is asked a federal judge to allow White to remain free, pending the outcome of an appeal. White was convicted of seven of the ten charges he faced in November 2011. Ear lier this month, he was ordered to. serve 3 years in federal prison. A report date had not been established at his sentenc ing hearing. Attorney Irvin cited the argument that "the defense made at the Rule 29 stages of the trial --arguing that the Public Transportati9on Com mission (PTC) did not partake in the use or receipt of federal funds, and therefore an "entity receiving or using federal funds" type nexus was not sa tisfied." Attorney Irvin stated that the court has the authority to allow a defendant to remain free pending the outcome of an appeal. The court usually al lows such a request when the KEVIN WHITE .;. Wanta to remain free defendant is not considered a flight risk and does not pose any danger to the public. Attorney Irvin also stated in the motion, "White, who has no violent history and who has ChargeS that do not relate to any violent act, has been .at liberty since pre-trial and has not had any violations, includ ing restrictions related to travel." The attorney also acknow ledged in the motion that the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Florida, would oppose the request. Parents Present Petition To .santord Officials Ms. Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, parents ofTrayvon Martin. On Monday afternoon, the parents of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin appeared at the City Commissioner's meeting in Sanford, Florida. The purpose of their attendance was to present more than 1 million signatures calling for justice for their son. The presentation took place on the one-month anniversary of the death of the teenager. The parents marched to the Sanford Civic Center, 400 Park Avenue, at 4 p.m Ms. Sybrlna Fulton and Tracy Martin, parents of the slain teenager, began the online petition about a week after their son's death. It quickly gathered support from people throughout the world. Thousands of people from throughout the country joined Mar tin's parents. The universal chant was "no justice, no peace." Over 10,000 Members Worldwide to Converge upon Bay Area to Discuss Busi ness/Seroe CommunitY ATIY. CAROLYN HOUSE STEWART ... Interaatlonal President -Another feature of the weeklong event will be a public meeting on Sunday, July 22. Its purpose is to acquaint the area with the Sorority's mission and impressive record of service on a l()(:a], regional, national and global arena. Awards will be pre sented to international lead-ers during this event, which is free and open to the public. Chicago, Illinois Over 10,000 members of Alpha Kappa Alpha SororityAmer ica's first Greek-letter organization founded in 1908 by, and for, Mrican-American college women and one of the nation's leading service or ganizations will converge upon San Francisco from July 21-27 for its biennial confe rence, which will be held at the Moscone Center. Among those who will attend include members from as far as Ger many, Japan, South Korea and Nassau. International President Carolyn House Stewart will preside over the weeklong event, whose theme is: "6sth Boule: Gateway to Global Leadership Through Timeless Service." held in San Francisco. The first conference was held in 1955 at the Fairmont Hotel. San Francisco is home to for mer international president Dr. Ida Jackson and to over 1,000 members who serve the surrounding communities. 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c.. ia f.Y.J. Youth Summh II RICISii a: c( Community Tampa Bay Boaro,1002 E. Palm Ave. :I and Hillsborough Youth Col laborative (HYC) will host a C Youth Summit on Wednes f3 day, March 28m 2012, 5:307 :30 p. m at the Children's This event, for youths 13 and above, is to celebrate the International Day for Elimi nation of Racial Discrimination ." Alzhe!imer's Disease caregiver's ProuranJThe USF Health Byrd Managing Troublesome Be Alzheimer's InStitute is spon-haviors, Medications-timsoring a free community pro-ing, Side EffectS, Tips and gram, '"Alzheimer's Disease: more. What Family Caregivers Whether you have just re'Need to Know" on April 13, ceived the diagnosis or have 2012 at the Seven Springs been a caregiver for many Golf & Country Club, 3535 years, this will be a day well Trophy Blvd., New Port spent. The program is from Richey, FL 10 a. m. -3 p. m. and lunch The program is designed will be provided by the spanfor individuals caring for a sor, Sean Soott, Elderlaw family member or friend with Attorney. There is no charge, C Alzheimer's disease Topics but advanced registration is ff: will include Understanding required to reserve a seat. c AlZheimer's Disease For more information or_ Z Progress in Treatment, to register, please call (813) c( Communication Strategies 974-4357. c 0 w = t> a: w c w %: 0 :::i m ::::) Q. z ..... ..... ::::) m ..... w z w 0 c( c ands Of. God Ministries welcomes you to "Come See 9l John 4:29 March 28-30, 2012 Pastor J. E. Harris, Waycross, GA. Bishop Clayton Ferguson H.O.G.M 28Ul !. '27th Tampa, Fl (813) 248-3 9 u.. Justice forT ra Martin Educators And_Students Anend sanford Rallv lAM TRAYVON MARTIN On Thursday evening, two Tampa educators and two students attended the rally in Sanford, Florida for Trayvon Martin. Shown from left to right are: Chris Webb, Ms. Venetia Banks, Guidance Counselor at Steinbrenner High School, Ross Anderson, Founder ofMen Of VISion, and James Ellassaint, a student at Steinbrenner High School. Members of Men of Vision who attended the rally in Tampa are shown with Ms. Candy Lowe on the front row: Phillip Smith, Steinbrenner High School; Pierre Alisaint; Van Buren Middle School; Ms. Candy Lowe; James Ellassaint, Tampa Bay Technical High School; Renaldo James, Tampa Bay Technical High School; RaiVae Clark, Steiiibrenner High School; and Donte Allen, Steinbrenner High School. Shown on the back row are: Devonte Henry, Steinbrenner High School; Chris Webb, Steinbrenner High School; and Nawatne Dixon, Steinbrenner High School. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday, niore than 30,000 people from throughout the country at 'tended the rally in Sanford, Florida. The rally was to call 'for justice for 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. ... On February 26th, George Zimmerman ad. mitted to fatally shooting the unarmed teenager in a gated community in Sanford. Zimmerman, who claimed Martin attacked him, re mains free. As news spread, about the death of the unarmed teenager, cries for justice have circled around the country. People traveled to the small City of Sanford to show solidarity in their quest for justice. Ross Anderson; a Resource Teacher of Student Services at Van Buren Mid dle School works with teenagers in iniddle and high schools. He is the founder of Men of Vision, a school organization. Anderson and Ms. Venetia Banks, a Guid ance Counselor at Van Buren Middle School, took two members of the organization to the rally. Anderson said the death of the teenager hit home for him because of the organization. "That could have been one of my boys. I have one student who lives in an area lVhere there are several gated comni\mities ... The trip was an experi ence Anderson said be won't soOn forget. "It was re ally something to see every one come together peaeefully for a single" cause, .. he said. On Saturday, Anderson said about 10 young men at tended the ra_lly in Tampa.


For11er Blake Grad looks Back On Pro11isin1 Career : BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer As a student at Howard W. Blake High School, Tony Jackson took advantage of the school's technical and vocational courses. He worked hard and gained scholarships to several schools as a brick and block mason, and actually competed in a statewide competition. Jackson graduated in 1967, and like many of his classmates and other young men at the time, he was drafted into the military, and was sent to Vietnam where he fought as a M -60 machine TONY JACKSON gunner from 1967 until1971. "I had my sights set on a career as a brick and block mason, the Uncle Sam ha,d other ideas for me. "I did my part for my coun-Board Menwber savs, 'I Had MV Dav, I'm Moving On' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In January, employees of the Hillsborough County Children's Board contacted police after discovering an oil substance in their work area. They contacted the Tampa Police Department, but later learned that the building had been "blessed" at the request of the admin istrator. Last week, during their regular board meeting, the subject of the blessing was discussed. However, no real action was taken. Board member Pete Edwards felt that the "cleansing" was directed at him after he and Dr. Luann Panacek, Chief Executive Officer, of the Children's Board exchanged words. During the board meeting on Thursday, Edwards called for Dr. Panacek to be suspended for 30 days without pay, followed by a 90-day probation. But, no one would second his motion. "When contacted by the Sentinel, Edwards said, "For whatever reason and we may never know why, no one would second my motion .... I had my day, I'm moving on, and the taxpayers will have to have to decide if they will listen to the board or to the chair. As far as I am concerned, the matte r is closed." Edwards further stated that he believes if a lesser paid employee "would have been fired long before the next board meeting." The oil, of unknown origin, was disbursed around the Children's Board of Hillsborough County follow ing the January meeting. A review of the tape showeJi Dr. Panacek and an unidentified woman entering the building on a Sunday. The Tampa Police Department responded to the building and after an inves tigation, determined that no crime had been committed based on the information given to them, a department spokesperson said. At the time the incident took place, when contacted by the Sentinel, Dan Casseday, spokesman for the organization said, "We were told that a friend of Dr. Panacek wanted to do a blessing of the building." During the meeting last week, Edwards asked for the identity of Dr. Panacek's friend, but she declined, and no other board member requested that she disclose the person's identity. Edwards further stated that to his knowledge two board members knew about the incident before it occurred. "She (Dr. Panacek) should have noti fied everyone, all ten mem.:. hers of the board. You can't do that, she should have told everyone on the board," he said. The two other African American board members are Ms. Valerie Goddard and Ms. Doretha Edgecomb. Ms. Goddard said she had no knowledge of the incident until the February board meeting. Ms. Edgecomb said she learned about it after it had taken place. try, and received two purple hearts for wounds I got during battle. Some of them were during the TET Offensive." as a brick mason, he became a computer programmer and system analyst. "I have brothers and sisters here, and two sons living in Savannah, Georgia. the South Tampa Health and Rehabilitation Center. 0 "With everything I've experienced, I think physical ...,. conditioning is what's kept N 0 me going. I know I'm very .... Jackson returned to the United States, and instead of picking up where he left off "In 2000 I suffered a stroke, and was admitted to fortunate to be alive, and I N thank God for that." APRIL 7TH 2012 @G'SPiACE 3040 W. CYPRESS ST. TAMPA FL 33fJJ7 REGISTER FOR CHILDREN'S GIFT BASKITS: 813 642-7223 REGISTER BEFORE 5 P.M TUESDAY, APRIL 3 TO REGIS'I'ER CALL: 813 642-7223 32" FLAT SCREEN TV $100 BED BATH AND BEYOND GIFT CARD $100 BEST BUY GIFT CARD $50 WALMART GIFT CARD $50 GIFT CARD $50 SHELL GAS CARD WEAREHO'l'CB.EBRA'nNGA RABBli',.ARax;OllA CHICK. WEARE CEWmATING THE RESURRECTION OFJmJSCHRJSTTHE l.AMBOFGOD .. WHJaiTAIESAWAY'IHE SIN OF 1'HEwauD.JOHNI:29 'T1 r 0 :::D 5 ):lo C/) m z :::! z m r ID c: r r z "tt c: ID r en % m c m < m ..... c: m C/) c ):lo z c 'T1 :::D 5


..... 111' .................. : ... ......... 91. ............ 9) ................. ................... -. .... -.--.-. .... .-; ........................................... ... ........................ .................. .... ... ............................................ _"' ................................. March Against Crime Residents of Eastern Heights gathered at Oak Hill Missionary Baptist Church on March 10, 2012 to march C against crime in their community. The residents were joined f3 by pastor of the church, Rev. Victor Ball, elected officials, City of Tampa officials and representatives of the Tampa Police Dept. (Photos by BRUNSON) c a: u. c z c( c tn w :::: ..... w > w c w :::1: tn ::::i ID a. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::: ID Q .... Nedra Thompkins and Recy Cochran joined the march. PURCHASE YOUR. TICKETS TODAY TICKETS $10.00 (KIDS 11 & UNDEK-FREE) 813-248-6600 OR INFOOFBCCH.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION CommunUy organizer Betty Bell. County Conunissioner I..es Miller is in the Deacon Thea Whitehead represented Telling the Truth Ministries in the IIUll'Ch. Toni was a march partici pant. STRY CONNCT0 VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW .COM Mayor Bob Buckhorn's Chief of Staff, Santiago Corrada, left, is joined by City Coundbnan Frank Reddick. Patricia Dempsey and Capt. Patrick Forward, Public Education Officer, Tampa Fire Rescue, attended the march. Willie Sgt. Calvin Johnson and Calvin Johnson, Jr. at the march. Kim Miner, Clay Daniels and Yvette Lewis joined the marchers.


Local 2 ----------------------------------------------------------r--------------------------------------Im campaign Kickon For Barbara Twine The campaign kickoff to elect Atty; Barbara Twine for County Court Judge Group 4 was held at the Chester H. Ferguson Law Center. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Nicole Travis, Miriam Dorisca, Donna Douglas and Joan Dawson and Sylvia Carley Yvette Hall attended the kickoff event for Atty. Barbara were among those who attended Twine Thomas. the campaign kickoff event. Rosemary Armstrong, Sean Bridges, Sonja and Michael Hadley. Joli Cooper Nelson was at the campaign kickoff for Barbara Twine. Darele Campbell attended the event. Mary Dance and Liz Cohen were in attendance. c Popular Storvteller ; )o Dies Suddenlv 2 A popular storyteller who has touched the lives of many children in the Hillsborough School District died suddenly last Wednesday. She was 81 years old. Ms. Gomez W. Payne was often in the news, espe cially during February when she'd often be asked to per form her one-woman show of Mary McLeod Bethune. She visited several schools and libraries with the per formance A close friend and one of her many goddaughters, Mrs. Mattie said she spoke with Ms. Payne for more than an hour on Wednesday around 1 p. m. Everything seemed fine. We laughed, joked and talked. For some reason, it seems as though our conver sation was longer than usual. When we hung up, she was on her way to visit a friend." She was surprised when St. Joseph's Hospital called for her to come. "I told my husband I'd take my puzzle books and other reading ma terial because I figured I'd be in the Emergency Room waiting for her," she ex plained. That's when she re ceived the news that Ms Payne had died. They had worked on her for well over 45 minutes, but she was non responsive. "I was not pre pared for what was to come," she said. A neighbor of Ms. Payne's told Mrs. McPherson that Ms. Payne had pulled out of her driveway, pulled back in and rolled the window down. After the neighbor noticed she had not gotten out of the ear, they checked on her and called emergency services. Ms. Payne came to Tampa as a retiree in 1989 from Hartford, Connecticut, where she had worked in the school system for many Ms. Gomez Payne in the Sentinel office in 2003 as Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. She was often called upon to do this presentation. years. She was also a substi tute teacher in Hillsborough County. Ms. Payne had 3 de grees, was certified as a bar ber, was a master storyteller and owned a business, Mez Enterprise, that she made several pieces of arts and craft She had several other certifications. 0 c )o en m z ::j z m r tu c: r r !!1 z Ms. Payne, who traveled "'D extensively, loved history and c: especially African and African American history. en She made several trips to ::J: m Africa. In her collection, c there are several pieces on m Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. She was associ-4 ated with the group, AssociaC: tion for the Study of African m American Life and History, C Guardian Ad Litem and the Eastern Stars, among other groups. )o z c Funeral services are ten"TI tatively set for Saturday, March 31, 2012, 11 a. m at St. John Progressive M. B ...... Church. Gonzalez Funeral Home is in charge of the services. C) m .... ....


Omega Psi Phi Fritemitv, Inc. District Meeting Coming To Tampa Last month, the Omega c( Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Sev :::E enth District, held its district council meeting at the Hyatt C Regency in downtown fa Tampa. The Seventh District consists of the states of Ala-bama, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi. The Seventh District Representative is David Marion, Ph.D., from Jackson, Mississippi. The district council meet ing was held to discuss Omega's district business, but also to continue to plan for its April 2013 annual dis trict meeting. The district meeting will be held froni Thursday, April 4 and conclude on Sunday, April 7, 2013. The Pi Iota (Tampa ; Alumni) Chapter competed with Jacksonville, Tallahas see, and Ft. Lauderdale in bids to obtain the district meeting. The Brothers of Pi Iota have been planning for the u.. April 2013 meeting for some C time and some of the events will include: a golfing tour nament at Rogers Park Golf 0 Course, deep sea fishing (J) from Clearwater Beach (hosted by Eta Rho (St. Pe-. ttersburg Chapter), a picnic, a taining the Omega District Meeting, along with Atty. Alec Hall (the District mar shal), Clemon Hodges and Sam Jones (co-district marshal). Pi Iota President is JamesGreen,Jr. Hesaid, "the brothers of Pi Iota have worked tirelessly to bring the Seventh District Meeting to Tampa, and the bay area, at large, will certainly enjoy having the men of Omega in Tampa for several days. Mayor Bob Buckbom with David Marion, Ph.D., Seventh District Representative. public officials' reception, a Friday night mixer, a step w competition (to include. a c high school step team exhibi tion), and a Saturday night (J) miXer (the Pi Iota Black James L Green, Basileus, Pi Iota Chapter; Sam co-dlstrlct marshal, and Atty. Alec F. Hall (district marshal) during the plan ning meeting. Owt). While the Omegas will be L in Tampa, they will be at tending their daily business I:U workshops to discuss the :I business of the Approximately 700 regis ..J tered Omega men are anticiw pated to attend this district meeting, but hundreds more z family and friends of the Omega men are also exc( pected to participate in the several days of festivities 0 Tampa's obtaining of the ..J Omega District meeting is a u.. success for Tampa as it seeks to regain African-American business to the area. Sherri Brown of the Tampa Bay Convention and Visitor's Bu reau was instrumental_in obJames JackSon, Basileus, Eta Rho; Clifford Wimberly and Chris Norman also attended the planning meeting. Prevention & Education Extractions --,;- Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation Dr. Moses Allen, IV, W'ill Jimeson and Dr. Chico Arenas. of the members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. FVI Free Praver Breakfast Tiie Power of Prayer Women's Breakfast will be held Sat urday, March 31, 2012, 10 a. m., at Covenant Family Church International, 6321 U. S. Highway 301, Riverview (33578). The speaker will be Prophetess Vera Paul of Orlando. :for more information, call Nicole Leath (813) 394-9737. Free legal "elp The Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is hosting a free public service project Saturday, March 31, 2012, 11 a. m. 2 p. m. Bay area lawyers will be on hand for "Free Legal Help" to answer questions about a n _umber of topics. The event will be held at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. For more information, pleas e call (813) 7 88-5212 or email StPeter Claver Fundralser And Social With the community's help, St. Peter Claver Catholic School can obtain a dollar-fordollar matching grant up to $80,000. To help reach that goal, a committee has planned an event for Thursday, March 29, 2012 6 8 p.m. to raise funds. Proceeds from this event will fund the new computer lab, science lab, smart boards and many other educational tool s. For additional information, contact Julie Jenkins at (813) 224-0865.


Local 0 Fridav light Out The more mature crowd stops by the Manilla for a relaxing evening on Friday nights. (Photos by Julia Jackson) :Friday Night Live guests included DJ Randall 'C,' John; Darrell and Richard. Freddie, 'G,' and Quincy atFriday Night Live. Ms. Sylvia chilling on Friday night. Ms. 'B' .,elaxing on Friday night. Patricia Tolbert and Lance Enez. Ms. Sandra enjoying the Friday Night Live. John enjoying Friday NightOut. Reggie Tolbert stopped by for the evening. Manilla Mondav :. Black Historv Celebraaon Manilla Live held its Monday night Black History Celebration for its guests Rese, Vonsbae and Ms. Kia at the Black History Celebration.


Tiger ns Record Seventh Arnold Palmer TIGER WOODS It was a long, hard process, but Tiger Woods is a win ner again on the PGA Tour. He accomplished it in con vincing fashion, scoring a five-stroke victory over Graeme McDowell on Sunday to capture his seventh Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, Fla. It marked the first official win for the 36-year-old Woods since Sept. 13, 2009, when he won the BMW Championship. Last December, Tiger claimed the World Challenge at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif. "It feels good," said a smil ing Woods, who earned $1,o8o,ooo. "It feels really good. It's been a lot of work." Woods closed with a 2under-par 70 and finished at 13-under 275. c a: QB Josh Johnson Signs With49ers LL c z a: w > w c w %: en ::i JOSH JOHNSON m ::: Former Buc QB Josh a. Johsnon will be reuniting with his former college coach, ti im Harbaugh, for the ...J 2012 NFL season as S Johnson has just signed a m two year deal with the San ...J Francisco 49ers. Johnson played for j: Harbaugh at the University z of San Diego where he set the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision record for passing efficiency. Johnson played his first four seasons in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will now reunite with Harbaugh in San Francisco. The 49ers still have Alex Smith on the team so it isn't clear what role Johnson will have on the time. Niners general manager 'Irent Baalke, said: "Josh is a promising young player that has experi ence in our offensive system. He is a skilled athlete with good arm talent. Josh has shown promise in limited action, both as a backup and starter at the NFL level. We are pleased to add him to our team." w ----------------------------------------------en

VENUS WILLIAMS KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -Though Venus Williams has been playing professional tennis since 1994, it is nearly impossible to know what comes next from her. The latest news and analy sis from all of the 2011 major tournaments. At the Sony Ericsson Open, Williams's first tournament since announcing at the United States Open in August that she had the autoimmune disorder Sjogren's Syndrome, Williams has shown wildly different form in her first three matches -but still managing to win them all. Two days after a sparkling 6-4, 4-6, 6-o win over third ranked Petra Kvitova, the Wimbledon champion, Williams struggled early in her third-round match against the wild card Aleksandra Wozniak, eventually overcoming a match point and some 70 unforced errors to prevail, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6

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But the toxicology regroup DeBarge Bowers. port states that "Maljjuana, was spotted allegedly conOther guests included WHITNEY HOUSTON Whitney Houston death is a result of accidental drowning. Alprazolam (Xanax), Cy-ducting a drug deal in En-ARETHAFRANKLIN Diane Sawyer, Rev. AI clobenzaprine (Flexeril) and cino, Calif., with another Sharpton, and Willie Heart disease and cocaine use are listed as factors into her death. The report notes that her death was an acci dent. Diphenhydramine (Beunidentified man. DeBarge Aretha Franklin has a Wilkerson, Franklin's nadryl) were but is reportedly being charged lot more than her 70th birthlongtime companion and did not contribute to the with possession for sale of day to celebrate: She's rebriefly this year her fiance. death." narcotics. uniting with one of her Wilkerson stood by Right now, there is debate The latest legal embroilmusical mentors, Clive Franklin's side as she cut over why the Houston's ment for the so-year-old Davis, for a new album. her three"..tier, lime-green The Los Angeles County coroner's office has deterdeath was ruled accidental falsetto falls in line with most In an interview at her birthday cake while the and not a drug overdose. of his previous arrests, which swanky birthday party on crowd serenaded her with Plies we Are Tranon' Plies pens a tribute to Trayvon Martin with this new song "WeAre Trayvon," His new song will be avail able on iTunes this week, with proceeds going to the fallen teenager's family. MJ's House For Sale. The place where pop icon Michael Jackson spent his last hours before he passed away in June 2009 has been placed on the market for a whopping $23.9 million. The 17,000 square foot Holmby Hills, CA., mansion is being sold by realtor Michael Umansky, the husband of Kyle Riehards, the star of Bravo TV's reality show hit Housewives of Beverly The French Chateau-style showplace property sits on more than an acre and boasts 7 bedrooms, 13 bath rooms, wine cellar, theater, a spa and gym, large swim ming pool, an elevator and 14 fireplaces. Jackson had been leas ing the property at a monthly rental fee of $1oo,ooo from December 2008 until his untimely death. As a reeun of the Deepwater Horizon ou Spill on April 20, 2010 you may qualify for. BP Settlement for all employees and employers of the following: Truck Drlwer8 tor Fuel Companlee Cllllno EmplcrJtlee Holel E.mploveea Food BlrtMn tnd Hllr Stylell ca ....., s.w:. EmploJM, LAiwn c.. s.mc. 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Usher Set To PIIV Sugar Rav Leonard Crooner Usher Raymond is all set to play boxing Sugar Ray..,...,..... Leonard in USHER a forthcoming biopic about the life of Panamanian champion fighter, Roberto Durin. The film, 'Hands of Stone,' will also feature actors Robert DeNiro and Gael Bernal. Usher, who was spotted in London recently, has been putting the finishing touches on an album, as well as training for the film. If you guys see me running around London that's what it is. If you see me in the cor ners boxing. I'm doing that while working on this album." Filming is slated to l>egin later this year. Sugar Ray Leonard was a phenomenal fighter who was named "Boxer of the Decade" in the 8o's. He was the first boxer to earri more than $100 million in purses and managed_to win world ti tles in five weight divisions. 'Hunger Games' Banles To $155M Opening Weekend LOS ANGELES "The Hunger Games" has filled fan appetites with a $155 million opening weekend that puts it near the top of the domestic record book. The huge haul marks the third-best debut ever in terms of revenue, behind the $169.2 million opening for last year's "Harry Potter" finale and the $158.4 million opening of 2008's "The Dark Knight." 1. "The Hunger Games," $155 million ($59.3 million international). 2. "21 Jump Street," $21.3 million ($5.3 million inter national). 3 "Dr. Seuss' the Lorax," $13.1 million ($5.5 million international). 4 "John Carter," $5 mil lion ($22.2 million interna tional). 5 of Valor," $2.1 mil lion. 6. "Project X," $2 million ($4.4 million international). 7 Thousand Words," $1.9 million. 8. "October Baby," $1.7 million. 9 "Safe House," $1.39 million ( $2.3 million inter national). 10. ''Journey 2: The Mys terious Island," $1.37 million. woman ThroWs PoWder O : n lim lardashlan Sheriffs deputies say a woman threw powder o n Kim Kar dashian in the lobby of a West Hollywood hotel where the tele Vision personality was hosting an event. The Los Angeles County Sheriffs De partment says deputies were called to the unidentified hotel shortly before 8 p.m. local time Thurs day. Deputy Peter Gomez says the woman who allegedly threw the powder was detained by hotel security and later re leased at the scene. Gomez says Kar-dashian told the deputies she did not want to press charges against the woman, and a non-criminal battery KIM KARDASHIAN report was taken Gomez says paramedics were called to the hotel, but Kardashian refused med ical treatment. He says Kardashian re turned to her room, removed the powder from her hair and clothing and returned to theevent.


-t c fj HamptonAiumnaeChapter;and PRECIOUS MEMORIES a volunteer with the American )lo Baron Rowland MASTER ISSAC FREEMAN Homegoing services for Mas ter Issac Makhi Freeman of Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, March 21, 2012, will be held on Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at 11 a.m. at Hands of God Ministries, 2918 E. 27th Avenue, with Bishop Clayton Ferguson, Jr., officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Issac was born February 1, 2006, and attended Sheehy Ele mentary School. He liked Spiderman, helping others, playing drums and the guitar. He was involved in the Hands of God ministries youth choir and usher board. He also swimming and playing outdoors. He was preceded in death by his great grandmother, Mary Bellamy. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: mother, Rasheka White (Lamonte Green); father, Anthony Free man; brothers, Maurice Green and Green; sisters, Alicia Green and Lamaria Green; aunts, Chardea Hudley (Regi nald) and Shakira Bellamy; un cles, Tabbien Bellamy, Rarzell White, Jr., Christopher Wright, Clayton White and Joshua Fer guson; spiritual leaders, Bishop Clayton Ferguson (uncle) and First Lady Dorothy Ferguson (aunt); primary caregivers, G 'ma, Charlene Taylor and Uncle Ray (Raylan) Taylor; and a host of other family and friends. The viewing was held at Aikens Funeral Home on Mon day, March 26,2012, from 4-7p. m. The friends and family are asked to meet at the church for the service on Tuesday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME !Abington. PAl MRS. CARRIE BELL BROXTON HORNE Mrs. Carrie Bell Broxton Horne was born August 12, 1942, the fifth child of Samuel and Carrie Lee Broxton of Tampa, Florida. Carrie is a graduate of Mid dleton High School, Tampa. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Education from Florida A&M University, her Master's Degree in Secondary Education and Ad ministration from Hampton University, and a Certificate of Advanced Studies from Old Do minion University. Carrie began her career in high school education at War 'wick High School, Newport News, Virginia. She worked over twenty-five years at Bethel High School, Hampton, Virginia, as a business teacher and assistant principal. Her professional affiliations included: membership in the Hampton Association of Cur riculum Development, Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals, and the National As sociation of Female Executives. She was also a former VicePres ident of the Hampton Associa tion of Assistant Principals. Carrie was a member of St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church for thirty-nine years and was a member of the choir and the Episcopal Church Women. She was a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., National Peninsula ENTERING AND DEPARDNG Carrie married LTC. (Ret.) )lo Francis Horne in 1986 and they :::U remained joined together until (') her passing. ::::t She enjoyed accompanying N Francis for functions of the :-I Tuskegee Airmen Society. Their N loving marriage of twenty-five years was a mutual source of N sustenance and joy. She was married to COL. (Ret.) Charles A. Wynder, Sr. of Williamsburg, Virginia. Three children were born from their union: Charles A Wynder, Jr., Carrissa Wynder Sanchez and Christopher V. Wynder. Carrie and Francis moved to Abington, Pennsylvania, in 2010 and lived with her daughter until her passing at home on March 17,2012. She is survived by: her sister, Macie Hardee of Tampa; her brothers, Eugene Broxton, Ocala, FL, and Alfonso Broxton, Clearwater, FL; her daughter, CAPT. Carrissa Wynder Sanchez, Abington, Pennsylva nia; her sons, LTC Christopher Wynder, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and Charles Wynder. Jr., Cambridge, Massachusetts; nine grandchildren, two beloved step-grandchildren and two step-great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, sorority sisters and friends. The funeral service will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at St. Anne's Episcopal Church, 2119 Old Welsh Road, Abington, PA, where friends will be received from 10-11 a. m. and at a reception after the service. Burial, at a later date, will be in Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make donations to: SarahCare of Jenkintown, 101 Washington Lane, Suite G-6, Jenkintown, PA, 19046. Arrangements were by BARON ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME, 1059 Old York Road, Abington, Pennsylvania, 19001, Phone (215) 887-7375 and Fax (215) 887-6215. www.baronrowlandfh.com DANIEL K. MITCHELL, SR. Entering This Earthly Home: March 27,1957 Leaving This Earthly Home: August 6, 2011 For we know as recorded in CORINTHIANS 5:1, "If our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a build ing of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. Daniel, I said hello to you on March 27, 1957, and as we trav eled down the path of life for 54 precious years, the time did come when we had to say goodbye on August 6, 2011. Jesus said to all of us, "Let not your heart be troubled, ye believe in God, believe also in Me. In my father' s house are many mansions, ifit were not so I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you and if I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you unto Myself that where I am there ye may be also." JOHN 14:1-3. "A prepared place for prepared people ... a land of no more." REVElATIONS 21:1-4. On this day, your birthday, we know that you are absent from the body, but present with the Lord. 2 CORINTHIANS 5:8 ... those precious memories will always linger. I do know that God has got something waiting for us with every tear that we shed and with this assurance, we can hold on by faith leaning and depending on nobody but the Lord who will never leave us nor forsake us. You may be gone from our presence, but you're forever in our hearts. Precious memories how they linger. Love always: mom, Helen R. James; son, Daniel K. Mitchell. Jr.; brother, David Carlos Mitchell (Amanda); and the entire family and friends. ., r 0 :!! c ,.. en m z ::t z m r m c r r m ::t z "0 c: m r c;; ::::t m c m < m Bania Over Pres. Obama Health law Reaches High Court Unarmed Atlanta Teen Killed Bv Securitv Guards Dekalb County police con firmed that two private secu rity g uards shot and killed Ervin Jefferson Saturday night after responding to a dis turbance outside of his home. They were supposed to be se curing the premises of an apartment complex near the family's home. -t' c: m en c W ASHI NGTON The monumental fight over a health care law that touch es all Amer icans and divides them sharply went before the Supreme Court on Monday. Th e justices will decid e wh ether to kill or keep the l argest expans ion i n the na tion's social safety net in mor e than four decades. Two years and three days after President Barack Oba.ma signed into law a health care ov erhau l aimed at extending medical insurance to more than 30 million Ameri cans, the high court begins three days of hearings over the law' s validity. The challenge from 26 states and a small business group puts the court smack in the middle of a heavily partisan fight over the president's major domestic accomplishment and a presiFUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 805-3350. 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Obama: Had A Son, He'd look like Tranon' President Barack Obama made a searingly per sonal plea on Friday for Amer. icans to come together and do some "soul searching" after the shooting death of African American Florida teenager, Trayvon Martin by a neigh borhood watchman, noting: "If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon." "My main message is to the parents of Trayvon Martin. You know, if I had a son, h e' d look lik e Trayvon. And yo u know, I think they are right to expect that all of us as Americans are going to take this with the seriousness it des erves and that we'll get to the bottom of exactly what happened," Pres. Obama said in response to a shouted ques tion in the Whit e House Rose Ga rden Amid angry charges that race played a ce ntral role in th e tragedy, Pres. Obama said "a ll of us have to do some soul searching to figure out how does something like this hap pen -and that m eans that w e exa min e the laws and the con C) text for what happened as well m as the specifics of the incident."


Man Charged With Drive-Bv Shooting MICHAEL DILWOR.TII, JR.. Tampa Police arrested a 28-year-old man early Sunday and charged him with a drive-by shooting. The incident took place at the comer of N. 30th Street and E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. According to police, 26> year-old J ermarcus Moore was driving in his a: hicle shortly after 3:15 u. a.m., Sunday. When he reached the intersection of N. 3oth' Street and E. Dr. King Blvd., a male suspect fired shots at him from another vehicle. Following the shooting, the suspect fled the scene, but was stopped by officers on patrol at the intersection of E. Ida and N. 34th Stree t. Following an investigation, police arrested Michael Dilworth, Jr., and charged him with aggravated battery with a firearm. Moore was hit in the leg and was transported to a local hospital, where he was admitted in stable condition. Police said the shooting remains under investigation. The spokesperson further stated that although this shooting and the fatal shoot ing in the 3500 block of E. Hillsborough Avenue, took place within 15 minutes of each other, they are investi gating them a separate inci dents. Store Owner Shoots Armed Robber noon. Police spokesperson, z Laura McElroy, said a man walked into the store at 10:45 and asked for change. S The same man returned 30 m minutes later, allegedly uj armed with a handgun, and z tried to rob the store i= z w en cs: 0 a: 0 ...J u. McElroy said the store's owner, Taquanda Baker, 32, shot the suspect, then went outside and flagged down a passing police offi cer. The suspect has not been identified, but police said his injuries are considered life threatening. According to reports, Ms. Baker is the mother of three children, and has held a weapons permit for 3 years. 221-1800 1461 T1Park PIIZI @ NebraSila Ave. & scan St. He o a 13o,er ,san 'noccta: occ s C" tMJ: sho)o n : t be oased scle, "CO' ad.e 1 se:'le'ts Before occ .. s o s c.,c ,c .. O" aoo..,t qJJ f O"S J"'C Detecllns Arrest Robben Suspect R.OGER.ANTIIONY Hillsborough County Sheriffs detectives reported hat on March 22na at 11:40 p. m., they served an arrest warrant for Roger Anthony. Anthony, 56, was being sought in con nection with a robbery at the Food store on March 15 Detectives received information positively identifying Anthony as the suspect in the robbery. Anthony is charged with robbery and failure of a career offender to register Teen Cap Iiiier Getslne In Prison NICHOLAS LINDSEY ST PETERSBURG On Friday, a jury convicted Nicholas Lindsey of first degree murder in the shoot ing of police officer David S. Crawford. At the age of 17, Lindsey will spend the rest of his life in prison without parole. Circuit Judge Thane B. Covert sentenced Lindsey for the shooting that occUrred 13 months ago. The jury rejected an argument by Lindsey's defense attorneys that he be charged with manslaughter, saying the shooting was the combination of an accident and a scared child. you 4, 7, 9 will lrewal r f led later 13, 17, not while you're still 36, 39 on this earth glory 44, 48, so, 55 Teen Steals car After Test DriVe CLEARWATERClear water Police have arrested 19-year-old Nicolas Stidwell for reportedly stealing a car after taking it for a test drive. Police said last Monday, Stidwell went to Dayton Andrews Dodge, saying he wanted to buy a new vehi cle. He took a 2012 Dodge charger for a test drive, and at some point when the salesman left the office, Stidwell allegedly removed the spare key from the key ring. Police said Stidwell returned to the dealership that night and drove the car from the lot. Last Wednesday, the dealership received a tip alerting them that Stidwell has stolen the car. After confirming the car NICOLAS STIDWELL was missing, the dealership called police Officers found Stidwell at his home and arrested him. The stolen car was recov ere(l. Stidwell was charged with grand theft auto, and is being held on $5,000 bond. Southern Povenv law Center Files lawsuit Against Polk Countv Sheriffs OHice POLK COUNTYThe Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has filed a lawsuit against the Polk County Sheriff's Office, alleging juveniles incarcerated in an adult jail have endured abuse and mistreat ment. They also say locking up children is wrong, and it endangers them. Polk County Sheriff, Grady Judd, responded to the lawsuit in a press confer ence Wednesday, explaining the incarceration of the juveniles in adult jail, and attacking the SPLC. "We are not putting them Guveniles) in the same area as the adults. We can house them 21 days unless a judge says oth erwise The average stay of a juvenile in our jail is 1odays. "This is not a rehabilitative program. The courts deter mine what programs they go to." Sheriff Judd said the Department of Juvenile Justice charged $293 -a-day to house juveniles in jail. "We've asked why this cost continues to escalate, and w e feel the taxpayers were being ripped off. The Florida legis lation changed that, so now w e can house them at a third of the cost. We have to look out for the tax payers of Polk County. "I have housed everyone DJJ and he courts have told SHERIFF GRADY JUDD us to house. We have had some under the age of 10. We don't put them in a sleeping dorm. They are put in another area." Sheriff Judd said they are doing what's right, and they don't determine who is housed. "We get the worse of the worse. I'm comfortable we will win this, because we 're doing it the right way. "We are accredited, and DJJisnot." Sheriff Judd said they have more space and hold ing areas for juveniles than before, and their job is to keep them safe, secure, and clean. "We will review their alle gations, and our attorneys are already looking into it."


Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 1 :30 P.M., on April 16, 2012, at the Board of County Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests: Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for Public inspection in a master file maintained by the Development Services Department and the Cieri< of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit the same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Cieri< within fifteen (15) wor1dng days after the conclusion of the public hearing. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESJ1MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Development Services Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 12.0287-GB, Eugene E. & Mildred S. Tipton requesting a Variance to required setbacks for property located at 8401 Magnolia St., zoned RSC-6 VAR 12-G2a.RV, Francisco & Amparo Trujillo requesting a Variance to required setbacks for property located at 11508 Brancato Ln. zoned A5-1. Petition VAR 12-o299-BLD, Michael J. Harrigan requesting a Variance to required setbacks for property located at 4417 Swift Cir., zoned PD. Petition VAR 12-G308-EGL, Concepcion Esperon requesting a Variance to the minimum required distance for community residential horne for property located at 3202 W. Minnehaha St., zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 12-G309-ER, SYlvia Sellers-Earnest requesting a Variance to allow accessory dwelling on Legal Non-Conforming Lot for property located at 2415 Williams Rd., zoned A5-1. Petition VAR 12-G328-NWH, Silvermill Associates LTD requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 11212 W. Hillsborough Ave., ZOned PQ. Petition VAR 12-G340TNC, Elsa Pardo & Annie Laurie Guy requesting a Variance to reduce required buffer and screening for property located at 8001 Sheldon Rd., zoned CN Petition VAR 12-G342-CW, Nestor S. & Jamie K. Sotelo requesting a Variance to required setbacks for property located at 14132 Fennsbury Dr., zoned PD-MU. 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