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,.""""'""' Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c( Q a: 0 SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 81 TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2012 24 PAGES 75 Thieves Staal Equipment 01 New Unitv Football Team SEE PAGE 8 Anornav Wins lawsuitAUainst Sheriffs Oftica SEE PAGE 8 .. ) warrant Issued For 4th Man In Soldier's Anack SEE PAGE 18 FAMilY MATRIARCH CElEBRATES-100TH BIRTHDAY The Open Cafe was the setting for the tooth birthday party of Ms. Edith Norman, who entered the world on May 19, 1912. A native of Marianna, Florida, Ms. Norman moved to Tampa as a teenager and lived in the Hyde Park area for several decades. iii Ms. Norman celebrated her birthday surrounded by family members and friends who gathered to wish her well. Among those in attendance at the birthday party from left to right were: Ms. Elizabert A. Waters, Ms. Ruth McNair, Ms. Margaret Long, Ms. Maggie Long, Leroy Long, Ms. Norman, the honoree, Ms. Sara Holley and James Long. (Photography by AI Thompson).

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0 Features Center loBe Rena11ed In Me11orv II EIIPIOJee No one l o ved children, or was more dedicated to their job than D e borah MeN air-Calhoun. Since graduating from Howard W Blake High School in 1971, Ms. McNair-Calhoun dedicated all of her time and energy to the Head Start/Early Head Start Program. Ms. McNair-C alhoun dedicated 3 8 years of ser vice to the p r ogram before her untimely death in January o f this year. In honor of Ms. McNairCalhoun's d edication, the Board of County Commissioners agreed to have the Sulphur Springs Head Start/Early Head 0 Start Center renamed in her ff: honor 0 On Friday June 15th at 9 a. m., a ceremony will be >held at the center that will include Ms. McNair cn Calhoun's family, friends elected officials, and Louis tFinney, Head Start/Early i: Head Start Director. w As a teacher in the comG:'i munities of Sulphur o Springs, West Tampa and East Tampa, Ms. McNaircn Calhoun deeply enriched the lives of numerous chil:::l dren and their families. a. Ms. McNair-Calhoun led her students by examtij ple treating each with equal ...J ...J :::::) m ...J w z i= z w DEBORAH MCNAIR CALH OUN attention and care. She inspired even her most chal lenging students. The chil dren, parents and staff held Ms. McNair-Calhoun in the highest of regard for her graciousness and respect for everyone around her. The renaming of the cen ter reinforces the impact Deborah McNair Calhoun had in the com munity. Guest parking will be in the grass lot at 2812 East Henry Avenue, about one block from the ceremony. There will be a shuttle to transport guests from the parking area to the ceremo ny. Limited parking will be available for the disabled and the elderly. en < 0 a: 0 ...J lL Hlllaborough Technical Education Centere (HiTEC) I a the poateecondary extension of Hlllaborough County Public Schoola Technical education o ffered at HITEC campuaea gives studenta an opportunity to aeek a new career, prof ... lonal growth, or Juat en t er the workforce. There are campu ... of HITEC, Including Apliriclo-Levy, B rewster, Erwin, Lee rey and Tampa Bay Tech n ica l E v ening School. HITECOtrere : c..er-Focueed T rai n i ng Fl ex ible And Affordlbltt Coureee a .,...... Fle x ible Scheclu lee Financial Aid A vallllble For Thoee Who Quality '" Aoondlted Programa sa.t.llcenaecl And Certified lnatn.actora lnduatry Recognized a Valued Certtftcationa/Diplomaa HiTEC www.GoHiTEC.org (813) 840-7330 Communitv Based Child Welfare Senices Forum Planned B Y IRIS B H O LT O N Sentinel City Edito r Mrs. Lorita Shirley, Executive Director, of EYA, and her staff at Eckerd Youth Alternatives, (EYA) will replace Hillsborough Kids Inc., (HK I ), said the fifth communit y forum will take place on Thursday June 7th from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m It will be held at the George Bartholomew North Tampa Community Center 86o8 N. 12th Street, in Sulphur Springs "We have five weeks remaining bef o re Eckerd offi cially takes over as the new Child Welfare Lead Agency in Hillsborough County. We have been working diligently to make sure our network of providers are fully up to speed on our performance and contractual expectat i ons. "Our goal is to have our first Weekl y Performance Driven Data Call on July 9, at 9 a.m. It is open to the pub lic," Mrs. Shirley said. MS. LORITA SHIRLEY Eckerd Y outh Alternatives EYA was awarded the con tract after nine chi ldren in custody of HKI died during a two-year period. Begin n ing on July 1st Mrs. L orita Shirley, and her staff at Eckerd Youth A lternatives, will replace Hillsborough Kids, Inc. Mrs. Shirley w ill b e on hand to di scuss t he trans i tion of child wel far e services from one agency to the other. She will also discuss how the transition 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. EYA has already met wit h DCF Hillsborough County Student Services Division and the Office of the Attorne y General. The purpose of the meetings is to begin conver sations around improving educational outcomes for children involved in the local child welfare system Mrs. Shirley stated. A meeting to further these conversations will take place on Wednesday, June 2oth, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Family Place 9391 N. Florida Avenue. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, email o r visit the web s it e at www.Eckerd. o r g Program Needs Good People With Good Heans B Y IRIS B. HOLTO N Sentine l City Editor The definition of a guardian ad litem is "an individual appointed b y the court to represent the best interests of a child." The per son who serves in this capac ity is court-appointed and trained to serve as a volun teer. The Hillsborou g h Coun ty Guardian Ad Litem Progr a m serve s a s an a d v o ca t e fo r children who have been abused n egle c ted, or aba n doned. T h e p r ogram a tte mpt s t o place an individ u al to e n sure what is in t he b es t interes t o f t he child o r c hildr en. M s Susanne Parker, D irecto r o f t h e Hillsborough County Guar dian Ad Litem Program said, "There are nea rly 3,00 0 chil dr e n in th e dependency c ourt system who are legally separa t e d from their families. About 40% of those children are African American, but there is a critical shortage of African American Guardians t o represent them In fact, she said, the short age of Guardians i s so severe that about 1,200 do not ha v e r epres e ntation We need African Am e ric ans t o serve as r ol e m o d e l s and a dvocates. When MS. KISHA HYMES .. Guardian ad Litem a n Af ri ca n American child enters the fost er sys t em, it is a toss-up i f h e or she will b e placed with an African American family. "The Guardian ad Litem appointed bonds with the c h ild a n d t here a r e s o m e tim e s s ib lings The G ua r d i a n t alks t o everyone invo lved i n the ca se: t e achers pare n ts, g r a ndparents, and doc t o r s. Then that person works to get whatever the child needs. The Guardian' s role is to have the best interest of the child The role of the Guardian is especially critical because on many occasion s, the child s world is in chaos and the G uardian b ec o mes the onl y thin g cons t ant in his or h e r life. The average time a Guardian spends with a child is about 24 months. During those 24 months th e Guardian will visit the child at least once a month. Ms. Parker said the Guardian must remai n objective and sometimes make difficult decisions, such as recommend that a child not be returned to h is or h e r hom e Ini t ia lly, t h e Guard ian may s p end s eve ral hours with t he c h ild and tha t time e v en tu a l l y levels ou t t o about 1 0 to 15 h ours a m o n th. If th e c hil d is returne d t o h i s h o m e, the reun ifica tion p rocess may require addi ti o n al hour s as the famil y unit rec o nnects Ms. Kisha Hymes is a mother and a Hillsborough County teacher. For more than a decade, Ms. Hymes has a lso served as a G uar d ian a d L i tem. Ms. Parker s aid v olun tee r s must be 21 y ea rs of age, pass a criminal and abuse background check, and com plete 30 hours of training. "The volunteer must have a commitment to helping chil dren. We just need some good peoJ?le with good hearts. Any on e int e rested i n l e a rn in g more a bout the Guar dian ad Lit e m P r ogram ca n call ( 8 1 3) 2 7 2-5110 for a dd itional i nformati on.

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eatures -tc Teen Killed; Two OtherS Fire Chiet urues Reslllents Hurt In Accident Preoaref BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A traffic accident in Bran don Saturday night left a young woman dead and two injured. The accident oc curred at the intersection of State Road 6o and Grand Regency Blvd., shortly after 11:30 p.m., Sunday. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Ms. Donyse Hough, 19, was a passenger in a 1991 Toyota Celica driven by Ms. Alonna Simmons, 19, on State Road 6o in Brandon. Ms. Simmons reportedly made a left turn into the path of a 1998 Nissan Altima driven by 21-year-old Damion Walker. The front of Walker's ve hicle struck the passenger side of Ms. Simmons' car. Ms. Hough, Ms. Sim mons, and Ms. Zoe Sim mons, 20, who was a passenger in Walker's vehiMS. DONYS E H O U G H de, were all transported to Tampa General Hospital. Ms. Alonna Simmons and Ms. Zoe Simmons were admitted in serious condition. Ms. H ough died at the hospital as a result of the injuries. Walker suf fered minor injuries, police said. A Tampa native, Ms. H ough was the daughter of Ms. Angela Jackson and Don Hough. She attended the public schools of Hills borough County. Ms. Hough graduated from Spoto High School last year and was planning on return ing to school in the fall, her father said. Her father said Ms. Hough, known as "Donnie," loved to hang out with her friends and had left home to go to the movies with her friends the night of the accident. "She was a kind, sweet person trying to find her way in this adult world. I'm really going to miss her. This is re ally hard," he said. In addition to her parents Ms. Hough is survived by 3 brothers and numerous other family members and friends. Funeral services were incomplete at press time. Homeless Mom 014, Graduates Readv To Enter Workforce BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last year, Ms. Chandra Rowley had made plans to move out of state. So, she quit her job in April 2011, in preparation for the move. However, things did not go as planned and Ms. Rowley suddenly found herself stuck with no job, no money, 3 children, and preg nant. She lived with different people. Then, she was told she had to leave her last place of residency. She went to Metropolitan Ministries she said because there was nowhere else she could go. The center wel comed Ms. Rowley and her 3 daughters, then ages 2, 5, and 9, in October 2011. "The people at Metropolitan Ministries did a lot for me and my family. They pro vided the help I needed and helped me to become self sufficient and there was lots of love through the whole building." Ms. Chandra Rowley is shown as she prepares to draw b lood from a patient. Ms. Rowley began school at Brewster Technical Center in the Phlebotomy class. Last Tuesday night, Ms. Rowley graduated with honors from the training program. Less than a week later, Ms. Rowley, her 3 daughters and her 3-month-old son m oved into their o wn apartment. Now, she is look ing for employment. She said the staff at Brewster was very supportive of her efforts. She had a won derful teacher, and was in a wonderful environment con ducive oflearning I decided t6 make a change in.my life. I had al ways been attracted to the medical field to help people. My kids were my inspira tion," she said. Having overcome the first hurdle, Ms. Rowley plans to return to school to pursue a career as a Behavioral Health Technician. She said this will allow her to help people in places such as Met ropolitan Ministries. Ms. Rowley shared her story .of success recently when she addressed the au dience at the groundbreak ing ceremony for MiraclePlace MiraclePlace is an expansion proj ect of Met ropolitan Mini$-ies that will allow the center to he l p more families / Sentinel City Edito r The Atlantic Hurricane season does not officially begin until June 181 How ever, two named storms have already developed this season. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's predic tions, this hurricane season should be close to normal. They predict 9 to 15 named storms. Four to 8 of those storms are expected to strengthen to hurricane sta tus, and 1 to three of those hurricanes could become major category 3, 4, or 5 hurricanes. Tampa Fire Chief Thomas Forward said the time for preparation is now. He advises all residents to take the necessary precau tions before something happens. "As the City of Tampa's Fire Chief and Emergency Manager, I am asking the question of all of our resi dents, "Are you ready Tampa Bay?" As we make the safety of our residents and this community our top priority, we ask that our res idents assist us by ensuring THO MAS F ORWARD Tampa Fire Chief they have in place a disaster plan for each place they spend time, whether at home, work, school, and in the community. "Remember, you are only as safe as the plans you have in p l ace, and that the first 72 (hours), it is up to you This means planning for severe weather as soon as possible and well before an impending storm. Let's ALL enjoy a safe and well planned hurri., cane season." 0 Experts advise those indi:!:! viduals who are not in an g evacuation zone who en m p lanned t o remain in their :z: homes, should be prepared i to stay for up to 72 hours be-m fore hel p arrives. For those living in an evacuation area, C they should be prepared to F leave when instructed to do g) so by officials z "'0 c m c en :::t m 0 m 2 Alert The Florida Law Slates That You m en May Be Entilled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Meclcal Care ... Service Support and Help from the begiMing t o the end. 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,... 0 2207 21st Avenue, (813) 248-1921 deficit has COllJ.e front and ic( PubU$hed Every Tuesday and Friday By center :::::IE FLORIDA SENTlNEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co. Member of National Newspaper Pub6shers Association (NNPA) >-' and Amalgamated Pl.bllshers, Inc N-York CCC C 1990-94 CP Timelntemational ut. POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : VI Flortdll SenUnel Bullelln, W P.O. Box 33413 n.mp.. FL 33CI01 ::;) Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL .... C. 1801-11J77 (1MS) C. Blythe Jr. 11130-2010 (1877) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Nl, PRESIDENT AL.USON WEU.S-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY mxl'OR HAROLD ADAMS, CW.CULAT10N MANAGER BETTY DAWKIN8, ADYERT181NG DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBII, PRODUCTlON MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLA88FIED MANAGER SubecripCiona-$4.on reading skills while maintaining a so% proficiency on mathematics skills. Meanwhile, Education Commissioner 0: Gerard Robinson is probably one of the loneliest men in the u.. world. C What happened? Why hasn't FCAT, the test that was sup :i posed to put almost every child on an equal playing field, >repeatedly not gotten to first base? And here recently, in the kitchen of political restatement, 0 even though state education chefs have attempted to cook FCAT results so that they are more palatable to an increas tingly confused student-teacher-parent-and-administrator i: taste, how come the smell ofFCAT defeat and chicanery has w become overpowering? iij Answers Commissioner Robinson, who probably ha8 C stopped answering late-night calls, "It's no way a manipuW lation of figures. It's simply an adjustment of how we grade FCAT." Maybe, so. But we prefer the response of Colleen ::i Wood of "Save Duval Schools," who asks point-blank, m "What are you trying to prove? If I change the standards [ fast enough and often enough, I can make anyone look like z a failure." Taking Wood's question one step further, we want to ..J know, "What are you trying to test?" Obviously, the updated ..J FCAT is not testing what students have learned or what teachers have been teaching. The only thing being 'tested is ..J our nerves. w z w U) g a: g u.. Dlsparnv In wronlhll ConvicUons Needs Filing It is not news that Black Americans make up a disproportionate percentage of inmates in America's prison. How ever, what might cause eyebrows to arch is the fact that Black ex-convicts compose approximately 62 percent of post-conviction DNA exonerations. And while it comes as little surprise what is indeed, a sur prise is the fact that access to DNA testing seems one of our prison systems' best kept secrets, especially for Black folks. However, thanks to the University of Michigan Law School and Northwestern University School of Law, historical data is now available, which proves that many Black inmates have been wrongfully convicted of murders, sex crimes, and other leading to wrongful incarcera tion for anywhere from six to 32 years. As a result, countless Black families have been splintered; scores of futures have been destroyed; the lives of thousands of innocent men and women have been shattered, and at least one Black man has been wrongly exe cuted who might otherwise have been saved due to DNA technology. That nearly an average of 100 people or more are wrong fully convicted of crimes each year mandates that a moratorium must be placed on death The American justice system owes every prisoner who w claims innocence of a crime the right to be provided with DNA testing. After all, what good is invention if it does not a.: neutralize eVil and ignorance? President lbiDII: Change Will Come In 2111 Term T hose who remember ilie 2008 campaign of Barack Obama for ilie presidency may well remember he promised change. As he seeks a 2nd term in office, it is safe to say that while change came, most of it didn't come. No one should be sur prised. It is a wonder iliat he got anything done. He was working wiili a Republican Congress iliat vowed to make him a one-term president and refused to work wiili ilie President at all. Check ilie facts and you will find iliat Republicans are ilie reason President Obama's change program got derailed. All ilie President needs is a 2nd term and the promised change will come. Republi cans will not have much of a S orne of you might re member that more ilian soo Black Semi noles walked wiili their Seminole broiliers and sis ters from Florida to the In dian Territory now located in and around Wewoka, Okla homa, ilie community founded by John Horse as a Black settlement in 1849. However, within months, 100 Black Seminoles led by John Horse staged a mass escape to Mexico where slav ery had been abolished, railier ilian to submit to the constant threat of slave raiders. Indeed, the Mexican gov ernment welcomed Black Seminoles and enlisted them into its army where they served as militiamen and In dian fighters and were called "Los Mascogos," fighting Co manche, Apaches, and Texan raiders. When slave raiders sought to raid ilie Black Seminole's villages, ilie Mexican Army provided arms and military assistance. In 1870, ilie U. S.Armyre cruited ilie Black Seminoles to return to the United States and to serve as Indian scouts. Because iliey spoke English, Spanish, and so called "Mexican" (a language spoken iliroughout ilie Midchoice to work with President Obama. The Ele phant's will no longer have as ilieir goal to cause Pres. Obama to fail. They will be happy to work with him, see his time expire and send him on his way. In addition, the United States Congress itself cannot afford to have anoilier do noiliing four years in Wash ington. I know folks iliat it has been a long time coming, but I assure you that the next term, a change is going to come. By no means was the Re publicans in Congress nice to ilie President, but they sure prepared him to be a very ef fective President in his 2nd term. The economy is slowly improving, jobs are being added, manufacturing is west) and possessed extraor dinary hunting, tracking, and fighting skills; because they were known to be the best shooters on horseback; were able to find food and water when others died of thirst or threatened to starve; and because they could pick up a trail more ilian three weeks old, ilie U. S. Army offered ilie Black Seminoles a monilily salary as well as money for moving from Mexico and provisions for ilieir families. Wearing Indian fashioned clothing, Black Seminoles knew the territory's land scape and were knowledge able of Indian bands in the area as well as were excellent warriors and experts in fron tier combat. Black Seminole scouts played a pivotal role in the Texas Indian War of the 1870's, serving as advance scouts for their commanding white officers and the all Black units known as Buffalo Soldiers. By the end of 1871, the Black Seminole scouts had performed so well that they were granted permanent military status; supplied wiili arms, ammunition, and rations, and were paid the standard salary of privates in ilie regular army. It is not a wise decision to change horses in ilie middle of ilie success iliat iliis country is experiencing. In spite of the racial hatred, ilie criti cisms, ilie blocks placed in his paili, and the lack of cooperation, Pres. Obama did a pretty good job. He deserves a 200 chance. I fully expect ilie T.ea Party to lose a lot of ilie influence iliat it had for nearly iliree years. John Boehner, ilie Speaker of ilie House is a good man, he's just shackled and tied by ilie Tea Party and minority leader, Eric Can tor. Speaker Boehner should be easier to work wiili in Pres. Obama's 2nd tenn, if he can retain the speaker ship. Pres. Obama will have more freedom to do ilie best job iliat he can. He would no longer have to be concerned wiili getting re elected. The President would be term-limited out, but he will bring change before he leaves office. By 1873, the Black Semi nole scouts were assigned to Lieutenant John Bullis, a Quaker who had com manded U. S Colored troops during ilie Civil War. Bullis was able to form a close rela tionship with the Black Seminole scouts because of his religious background {Quakers were abolitionists and were also excellent fight ers). Black Seminole scouts dis tinguished themselves dur ing key battles, such as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie's secret raid on a hostile In dian group 40 miles inside Mexico, the Palo Duro Canyon battle against Co manche and Kiowa, and ilie Eagle's Nest Crossing on ilie Pecos River. In fact, the Medal of Honor, America's highest honor for bravery, was awarded to four of ilie Black Seminole Indian scouts, Pvt. Adam Paine, Pvt. Pompey Factor, Pvt. Isaac Payne, and Sgt. John Ward. At the end of the Texas Indian Wars, ilie Black Seminole scouts remained stationed at Fort Clark in Brackettville, Texas until they were disbanded in 1914. Today, ilie Black Seminole scouts' families and descen dants still live in Brack ettville, Texas said to be ilie spiritual center of ilie Texas based Black Seminoles. A cemetery with f an historic marker just outside Brack ettville honors ilie Black Seminole scouts. More about these men will be shared in future columns. Harambee!

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Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Try out your pitch on a fam ily member. Devote some attention to household abundance. For the next two days, you're exceptionally smart, and retain info. Study and research. Cancer (June 22-July 22)You can solve pretty much any problem you face now. Expand your influence. If you can put up with an offensive tone, you can do very well. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Do what you already know works. Being flexible is a good thing now. Adapt to the shifting circumstances quickly. Don't forget your toothbrush. Be prepared to move quickly. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Listen to your instinct and trust your own decisions. You've got the plan worked out. Oth ers rely on your wisdom. Finish up what you've promised, and stick to the budget. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)Your balanced view of the world helps move the action forward. Access your optimism to pass any blockades. Celebrate with friends later, with some thing sparkly. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Go ahead and step out of your comfort zone, after assessing the risks. An optimistic out look will help you climb mountains and cross rivers. Your mood s infectious. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Money could get tight. Identify any barriers, and figure out how to create an operiing. Move forward, and you see the light at the end of the tunnel. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)You reign over chaos, with help from your friends. Consider an investment in your education, and keep learning from your experiences, good or bad ... especially bad. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Obstacles may appear along the way, but nothing you can't solve with ingenuity and some help from friends. Share all the feedback, and make ad justments. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Better go over your sched ule twice. You're about to get very busy, and you can handle it, even if you have to delegate. There's folks who'll be pleased for the work. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Keep to simple work, and have a productive, cheerful day. Avoid an afternoon temptation to scheme or deceive, and romance blooms for the next two days. Taurus (April2o-May 20)An old trick doesn't work. Stay alert and flexible, and follow the rules exactly. Travel by a new route. Explore every lead. The next two days are good for household changes. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Deacon makes a deci sion about Bill's offer; Brooke desperately attempts to dissuade Hope from trying to contact her biological father; Alison is forced to cover for Bill when Katie and Karen become suspi cious of his whereabouts. DAYS OF OUR LIVESAbigail is jealous when she hears Cameron making plans with another woman; Rafe's world is turned upside down by Carrie's shocking news; EJ rips into Will for betraying him; Lexie's condition continues to deterio rate. Jack and Jennifer celebrate their anniversary; Lexie asks EJ for a huge favor; Will informs Sami that he's responsible for the destruction of her marriage to Rafe; EJ tells Lexie he's not Stefano's biological son. GENERAL HOSPITALJason reaches out to Liz; Kristina reveals her new project to her family; Maxie throws a huge wrench into the prosecution's case against Matt. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Sparks fly when Danny and Christine are reunited, and Daisy is an unwelcome guest at the Abbott pool party. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 Brenda LaFayette, Robert Gonzalez and Gina Gonzalez were present at the LaFayette-Kennedy nuptials. Some of the family members in the Maddox and Carter wedding: Alliene Maddox, sister of the bride; Margaret Maddox, mother of the bride; and Willie J. Carter, father of the groom. The 'Around the Town' Sentinel photographer took this picture of Dorothy Peterson, Lucious Peterson and Tony Peterson, the bride's family, at the Barton-Bolton wedding. Pictured from left to right: Gloria Peace, Ann Gordon, Jennie Freeman, Earnestine Hilton and Ronald Johnson enjoyed the holidays at the Tampa Linen Employees Christmas Party. ., 5 JJ g CJ) m z m r Ill c: r r gJ z 1:1 c: Ill m :I: m c m m c l> z c ., JJ i

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CAMILLIA And SPIDER Happy belated birthday to my lovely wife, Camillia. I love you unconditionally. Thank you for loving me back. Your husband, Spider. IIIII Blrlhdll Happy birthday, Baby Daddy. I love you eternally, Barbie and your Jr. Shout Out Clinton Walker, Santa Rosa C. I -''"u"O East Milton Rd. Fl., 32583. Twenty-five years o igh yellow complexion, 160 lbs. Release date less than one year. IIU>OKmg for woman or GBT IIIII BlrlhdiV OLIVER MAYO, JR. Happy 87th birthday to our father, Oliver Mayo, Jr., who will be celebrating with family and friends on May26. We love you, Dad. From: your daughters, Virginia (John) Anderson, Theresa Mayo, family and special friend, Ms. Mary Johnson. #1Mom MISS POOH Happy birthday to our mom, our friend, our every thing. You are loved by sooo many people, but we want to wish you a happy 35th birthday, 5-29. Enjoy your day, you deserve it, have fun on your cruise and your Black and White Affair, June 2, 2012. Love: JuNesha, Gitt, Quawn, JuMarcus, Ju'Sean, Dria, Tankia Pooh and the whole Mulberry. LOL. New Salam Member Celebrates Birthdav Mother Beulah Brown was surrounded by family, friends, and church goers who helped her celebrate her 89th birthday. (Photos By Julia Jackson) New Salem Pastor, Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons. New Salem members attending the birthday cele bration were Mr. and Mrs. Rufus (Shevonne) Spencer. FYI Free SIII'IS Ph1slc11s The Hillsborough County Back To School Coalition offers free sports physicals for all Hillsborough County Schools athletes. Appointments are now being accepted for football players only for Saturday, June 2, 2012 9 a. m. 1 p. m., at D1 Westchase Sports Medicine, 6918 Gunn Highway, Tampa (33625). Call (813) 443-3048 to set up appointments. Appointments are also being accepted for all other athletes on Saturday, August 4, 2012, 9 a. m.-1 p.m. at the above location Call the above number to make appointment. The guest of honor, Mother Beulah Brown. Also attending the birthday party were Karen Saunders, and Taylor Solomon, Music Minister. Middleton All-Class Meeting Is June 2 The Middleton High School All-Class Reunion Planning Committee has extended the registration deadline for the June 15-17, 2012 celebration to Saturday, June 2. The group will finalize plans for the reunion Saturday June 2, 10 a.m. at the reunion headquarters, the Sheraton Suites Tampa Airport Hotel, 4400 W. Cypress Street. All persons who plan to attend reunion activities may register at this meeting. "Ten Years: Maroon and Gold Still Reigns" is the 2012 All-Class Reunion theme, recognizing the reestablishment of Middleton High School in 2002 at 4801 N. 22nd Street For reunion information, call Yvonne Douglas at (813) sos-uo8 or e-mail &Qill. Calvin Simmons is alumni association presi dent.

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1 Young Man Graduates Head 01 Ta10oa Chapter 01 The c lass With Engineering Degree links And Radiant Jewels From left to right: TJ's grandmother, Mrs. Johnnie Ruth Keys TJ, Tyrone Keys, Sr., Chyla Keys, and Bessie Ruth Keys. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Tyrone Keys, Jr. gave his mother, Mrs. Bessie Ruth Keys, the perfect Mother's Day gift. Keys graduated Summa Cum Laude from North Carolina State University with a Master' s Degree in Engineering. Growing up the son of a popular NFL and Super Bowl winning dad, Tyrone Keys, Sr., TJ, as he s affectionately called, said he never really saw himself get ting into football profession ally. "I played football for a year in the sth grade. I mostly played basketball in high school, and some baseball. "As far as my academic achievements are concerned, I credit my mom with keep ing me focused. I remember wanting to attend sports camps, but she sent me to math and science classes instead. It didn't take long before I was taking advanced courses." T J said he started studying engineering because he wanted to do something with math and science involved. "I actually met someone involved in engineering and I really caught on to the con cept. I feel I made a great career choice." TJ said he understands not many African Americans are involved in engineering. "Sometimes, we aren' t exposed to it as a career choice, and sometimes we just don't have the right foundation to pursue this as a career. Now that I've graduated, I'll either work for Johns Hopkins University, or with a consulting company in Atlanta. I have a lot of options." T J was the only African American who graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering. Three Air Force Enlistees Complete Basic Training Three individuals who enlisted in the U. S. Air Force have completed basic military training. The graduation ceremony took place at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. The three graduates are: Nicholas W. Eskridge, Airman Daniel L. Rodney, and Airman tst Class Nicholas R. Thurman. During the intense basic training pro gram, the Airmen concentrate on several areas, ranging from military discipline and studies, to physical fitness. They also learn about marksmanship, basic warfare principles and skills during the eight-week course. After completing basic training, the Airmen earn four credits towards an Associate in Applied Science Degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Eskridge is the son of Tanya Allgood, of Fishers, I ndiana. He graduated fr om Middleton High School in 2009. Airman Daniel L. Rodney graduated from Blake High School in 2011. He is the son of Louise Rodney, Brandon. Airman Thurman is the son of Terri Thurman, Tampa, and Tom Thurman, of Valrico. He graduated from Freedom High School in 2010. Celebrate Receiving STEMGrant Recently, the Tampa Chapter of the Links, Incorporated received news that they were awarded a STEM (Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics) grant award. In cel ebration of the momentous event, the Links treated their teen group, the Radiant Jewels to lunch. The luncheon took place at the Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club. Among those in attendance at the luncheon were Sarah, Amy, Rochell, Tracey, Meloah, Kenya, Mrs. Hope Greenlee, Reading Teacher at Van Ms. De Anna Sheffield Ward, Vice President of Partnership for Big Brothers Big Sisters, was the speaker for the luncheon. Buren Middle School, Jennie, A' Aliyah, Lacoya, Elizabeth, Asia, Lissian, Tammye, Destinee and Mrs. Cynthia M. Forward, is the Student Intervention Specialist at Van Buren Middle School. Mrs. Margarette Spears is the Services To Youth Facet Chairperson of The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporated and Mrs. Ozepher Wilds is the Co-Chairperson. (Photographs by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Tampa Unk, Mrs. Gladys Blalock was among those in attendance at the celebration luncheon. Tampa Chapter of The links member, Mrs. Jewel Warren is shown with 2 of the Radiant Jewels during the luncheon.

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Local Anornev Wins Civil Rights case Against c Sheriffs onice .... BY IRIS B. Sentinel City Editor Recently a Tampa attorney won a Civil Rights lawsuit against a law enforcement agency. The District Court ruled earlier this month that the officers violated his clients Fourth Amendment right Attorney J. Jacques Darius said the circum stances that led to the lawsuit took place in Palm Beach County. The case centered around procedures in the Emergency Room and the authority of deputies. Attorney Darius said his client, Ms. Marjorie Lacbaud-Depalis, was a nurse at the Veteran's Hospital in West Palm Beach when Deputy Kenneth Noel apu. proached her about drawing C blood from a patient sus pected of DUI. > She told the deputy that she needed the approval of en the Emergency Room physi cian But, the deputy told her tthat she would be arrested if fj: she didn't comply with his w order." Attorney Darius said a c white nurse had also refused and informed the deputy that en was not hospital policy How :; ever, the deputy did not give the white nurses the same D.. command or threaten her z i= with arrest. w He said Deputy Noel ::i took Ms. Lacbaud-De ;:, palis to the patrol car and detained her until someone W drew the blood. He then gave z i= z w en ..: c a: 0 ..J ATIY. J. JACQUES DARIUS her a summons to appear in court which is a technical ar rest. Attorney Darius said, Although the case turns on the false arrest issue, it involved other legal issues such as when law enforcement can compel the services of an in dividual i n Florida and fed e ral versus state authority As a result of the lawsuit, the Sheriff changed its policy o f arresting or threatening to arrest ER healthcare profes sionals for failing to follow a deputy's orders to draw blood from DUI suspects, and will use EMS or his med ical staff to perform this serv ice. Attorney Darius said other options were available to the deputy at the time. He further stated that the case was ironic in the sense that he has defended government agencies and law enforcement officers for several years as a former Florida As sistant Attorney General. ........................ ._ ...... -. Putor (Dr.) Lenn.y WalbiJtston Coauaalcement Speaker Jeanifer All1lllll So&oUt/Spoken Word Suophcmist CulBrymt kathyKiJI3 of Detroit, MI Gueet Speaker Dr. Roee.aq JoluleoG. Satarclq, }UIU! 2,. 2012-Commmct!lllent ExeJc:be 5:00P.M. Greater Love Clu.Utim Center 1109 Fnnldin Street North Plant City, FL 33663 Bishop (Dr.) B. Fnnklin Echols, Sr. Pastor eome Celebrate WHh Usl. Woman Steps Awav From 20 Years 01 Volunteer Service BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor When Katie McGill started volunteering with the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay she too, had found herself in a crisis. As a young wife and mother, she had seen some troubling times. However, the current Ex ecutive Director of Dress For Success, always found it in her heart to help others. "It's something that was instilled in me early in life, she plained. She can't begin to number those she has talked out of situations as a Hotline and Eldernet volunteer. What she does know is that volunteering kept her busy when she felt down. Her employment over the years has always led to areas where she offered to help someone -the Hillsborough KATIE MCGILL Correctional Institution, working with women from all backgrounds; nursing homes where she assisted the elderly and infirmed and Hillsbor ough House of Hope. She spent more than 10 years with the Centre For Women and touched the lives of many more hurting women, many of whom still keep in touc h. When she decided to s t e p away from the Centre, Ms. McGill started a business she had implanted i n her b r ain -" Let's Talk Consult ing Group. She was still empowering women in v arious areas. However none of the areas of employment hindered her dedication to the Crisis Center She still found the time to go in and get on the phone with whoever was on the other end, developing longtime relationships with many. As Executive Director of Dress For Success (since 2007), Ms. McGill still of fers advice, training (with the help of professionals) and helps women with their ef forts to move upward. "I know I'm going to miss making those calls but it's time for me to move on and allow someone else to take that spot, she said. Then 01 Equipment Hurts Newlv Formed Football Team BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Highland Pines Cougars is a newly formed football team in the Unity Football Program. It is so new, in fact, that the team does not have any insurance to cover thefts and other losses yet. Orlando Gudes, Execu tive Director of the Unity Football Conference, said the team cannot get insurance until after the season begins next month. That is why the recent burglary of the storage building was so devastating. Gudes said the storage shed where the equipment was kept was broken into be tween Tuesday evening and Thursday evening of last week. The burglary was disORLANDO GUDES Executive Director of the Unity Football Conference covered Thursday and law en forcement was notified Gudes said the suspects forced their way into the back door of the building where the equipment was stored and took about $2,500 worth of helmets, belts, repair kits, and other accessories. He said they were fortunate that the uniforms had not arrived so they weren t in the building This is really bad. It is going to be very difficult to re place all of the things that were taken considering this economy. It is really going to be challenging. We are ap pealing to the community for any assistance or information that they can give us, Gudes said. He further stated that since the team is in its infancy stages they don' t have all of the members yet. However, in the future, there will be four age levels, roughly 120 players and between 36 and 40 cheer leaders. Anyone wishing to contact Gudes can reach him at (813) 842-0157 -...... -----l I I I Tampa Bay Tech. High ISickles High School 1 Newsome High School l-arandon High School I 9:30a.m. tp.m. 4:3op.m. 8p.m. I 1 Friday,June1,2012 llGDg High School 9:30 a.m. I Plapt High School 1 p.m. Freedom High School East Bay High School Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Alonso High School 9:30 a.m. MiddletonJJigh School 1 p m. Chamberlain High School 4:30 p.m. Wharton High School 8 p.m. I Dl.lhui.t High School 4:30p.m. School 8 p.,m. 11lursclay, June 7, 2012 Jefferson High School 9:30 a.m. f Monday, June 4, 2012 Plant City High School 1 p.m. I lli&borougb High School 9:30 a.m. Spoto High School 4:30p.m. I Robinson High School 1 p.m. Strawberry Crest High School 8 p..nt l Bloomingdale High School 4:30p.m. I (Riverview High Scllool 8 p.m. Friclay, June 8, 2012 1 1 Steinbrenner High School 9:30 a.m. 1 'JUeaday, June 5, 2012 Blake High School 1 p.m. 1 IAnJiwood High Sclrool 9:30a.m. Leto High School 4:30 p.m. I ____________ .._ ______________ _.._ _____ _._ ___ _. __

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Robles EleDJentarv Awards Derrick Brooks Charities Hosts Mock Trial On FamiiV Violence On May 12th at the Lee Davis Service Center, Derrick Brooks Charities hosted a Mock Trial on Family Violence. (Photos By BRUNSON) Attending the Mock Trial event were (left to right): William Knowles from Derrick Brooks Charities; Yvette Boatwright, Administrator, Office Of The Court; Rhonda King, Assistant State Attorney; Tampa Police Officer, Susan Bowers; Circuit Judge Ralph Stoddard; Jesus Sosa from the Deparbnent of Juvenile Justice, and Matt Mitcham, a private attorney. From left to right, Benny James and Yvette Boatwright were at the Mock Trial. At the Mock Trial (left to right) were: Abraham Franklin, Ralph Stoddard, and Cregory Boatwright, II. .Kade Cable and Raymond Price-Murray, II attended the Mock Trial event. Spelling Bee Winners And Renaissance Readers .... Robles Elementary School was the center of activity as they N held a Spelling B Contest and Renaissance Readers competi tion. (Photos By Julia Jackson) ., r-0 The winner of the second grade Spelling Bee was Sasienna Washington Renaissance Reader, :!! Tesandra Glover participated in the contest. en I I Coming in second in the Spelling Bee Contest was Ahree Newson, and in third place was Antwan Frazier Makayla Hicks uses the Renaissance Reader reviewing her book. m z m r-aJ c: r r-!!I z

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Fred Black Closing is Career Tampa; Heading Back To Quincv BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor When Fred Black came to Tampa in 1975, he was just out of high school, Valedictorian of his class at James A. Shanks High School. His father, Douglas James Black, was his principal. His mother is Ms. Rosa Lee Sweet. Now after 39 years of directing choirs in the Tampa Bay area and more than 28 years with the Hillsborough County School System, Black will be retir ing. His last day with the school system is June 11, 2012 Most retirees are asked what are their .plans after 0 retiring from the workplace. a: For Fred Black, that answer is eas y -"I'm h e ading back to Quincy," h e proudly states. To recognize his longevity in the community, a group of his friends and colleagues are planning a retirement celebration on Saturday, June 2, 2012, 4 p. m at Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 1605 Nebraska Ave. Elder Theodis Lane is the pastor. Elder Michelle B. Patty will be the Mistress of Ceremonies. Black graduated from USF in 1978 and is retiring from the Instructional Services Center, after spending several years in the classroom as an ESE instructor. FRED BLACK .. Has directed. choirs in the Tampa Bay Area for 39years Looking back over his very active career, Black recalls the number of nationally known artists he has worked with or has met worldwide; the number of churches he has taught and shared music; and other organiza tions where his presence has been felt. When he came to the campus of the University of South Florida, one of the first persons be met was Maurice Jackson, who directed him to USF's Gospel Choir rehearsal. "That day I joined the choir, sang a song and bav(;! been active every since Currently, Black is the Minister of Music at Greater New Salem P. B. Church and the assistant at New Progress M. B. Church. His first position as a choir director was with Greater Morning Star M. B. Church ( no w Joy Taberna cle ) He s p e n t 14 years with Dr. Henry J. Lyons when he was pastor of Bethel Metropolitan Baptist Church in St. Petersburg; also as his musical director when he served as president of the National Baptist Convention. He has dir e cted choirs that backed many professional artists, namely, Richard Smallwood, Rev. James Cleveland, Shirley Caesar, the Williams Brothers, Stevie Wonder and others. What does he plan to do when he gets back to Quincy? "Rest and more rest. I'm not as healthy as I used to be so 111 be resting more," he said. Retiring Couple Made A DiHerence In East Tampa ... > BYTAMECAJOHNSON a: Freelance Writer w > w Q w :X: tn :J m ;::) a.. z ffi ...J ...J ;::) m ...J w z w tn c( 0 'a: 0 ...J Drs. Richard and Diane Briscoe have spent years committing their lives to making a difference in the lives of others. They've utilized their jobs and resources at the University of South Florida to make a positive impact on East Tampa. The Briscoes are now starting a new chapter They are retiring from the University of South Florida, but the impact they've made on East Tampa will be felt for years to come. Those people are like my other family," says communi ty lead e r Evangeline Best, when describing what the Briscoes mean to her. They ve done so much for the community and have truly been a great asset." The Briscoes have remained a positive presence i n East Tampa since the early 1990s. They've worked hand in band with community leaders that include Ms. Best, Chloe Coney, Reverend Dr. James Favorite and the staff of the Corporation to Develop Communities (CDC) of Tampa "It has been important to us to highlight the strengths of Afri c an American communi ties and to build on that," say s Dr. Diane Briscoe. "So often, literature and the media focus on what is wrong with our communities but there is so much that is right o abou t them. We have felt it ;; important to build from a e, position of strength, to make our communities stronger." ... Recently retired from the University of South Florida Together, the Briscoes have worked to design and develop youth leadership pro grams, improve mental health services for residents throughout the Bay Area and improve residents' overall quality of life. The work of Dr. Richard Briscoe brought national recognition when he was awarded the Neighbor Works Dorothy Richardson Award in Washington D. C., an honor given to those who have helped bring change in a community. "For me, it is important for us to tell our own story, rather than f or someone else to do it for u s," says Dr. Richard Briscoe. "All of my projects are done WITH the communi ty and not FOR the communi ty CDC of Tampa Pres ident and CEO, Ernest Coney, Jr. says he knows firsthand of the Briscoes' passion for community "They have a true desire to make a difference in East Tampa. They have a true unwavering commitment for the community and are not here to make a name for themselves." The Briscoes officially retired from USF earlier this month. Dr. Richard Briscoe spent 28 y'ears there and worked in the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences. Dr. Diane Briscoe spent 27 years at the University in the College of Education. They are longtime faithful members of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church and are the parents of one daughter, JillNicole Briscoe, an assistant principal at Dr. John Long Middle School in Pasco County and grandparents to one granddaughter The Briscoes will enjoy the many benefits of retirement but i t remains to be seen what their future holds. Ms. Best feels they will be a perfect fit no matter where they land. I see the Briscoes as designers of parts of a pat tern. We didn t always know what we wanted or what we needed to do. They showed us how to move things around to get a perfect fit." Militar51 Four Armv Enlistees Graduate From Basic Training Four young adults from the bay area have successfully completed basic combat training in the U. S. Army. They participated in graduation exercises at Fort Jackson, in Columbia South Carolina. During the nine-week training period, the soldiers were training in several areas and studied such sub jects as the Army mission history, tradition and core values. They also took part in physical fitness training, received instruction and practice in basic combat skills military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, marksmanship, field tactics, basic first aid, and other military relat ed subjects. The enlistees are: Pvt. Jean Acevedo, Pvt. Wiiiie T. Bostick, Pvt. Peter J. Niles and Reserve PFC Bianca Vera. Pvt. Acevedo is the son of Carlos Acevedo, of Tampa He graduated from San Juan Educational, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, in 2010 Pvt. Bostick is the son of Patricia Bostick, of Tampa. He is a 2010 gradu ate of Chamberlain High School. PFC Niles graduated from Jesuit High School in 2002. He earned his bache lor's degree from the University o f South Florida in 2010. He is the son of Harry and Diana Niles, of Brandon Reserve PFC Vera is the daughter of Mabelyn Retana, of Riverview. She graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School in 2011. BLIC PHAR 1304 E Busch Blvd, suite B Tampa, FL 1 Ph: 813-933-3439-Fax: 813-402-0426 Your community pharmacy We accept most insurances including Medicare and Medicaid

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L o cal entertainment Tampa' s Nightlife Tampans step out on the town, especially on weekends, to relax cool down and enjoy the nightlife. Ja'coby set up outside an East Tampa spot. Ms. Pat enjoying the nightlife in Ybor City. T-House, OT, Man-Man and Nicole stopped off at an East Tampa night spot. Ms. Kelly and Ms. Brown celebrated their birthdays at a 7th Avenue nightspot. Marie, Wanda and Toni at the party. DJs for the party were John, Alfonso and Skitter. Moses is partying in Ybor City. Smellsogood enjoying a game of dominoes outside an East Tampa spot. Christy and 'Big-Do' over in East Tampa.

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c C/) w :::l All Spons Gives Special Recognition To Three For Their Senice From left to right: Sailor, Gilbert Perez, DJ Stango, and Tyrone Keys. BY LEON B. CI,JEWS Sentinel StaffWriter :::l Tyrone Keys, founder of All Sports Community Services, feels it's time that w three men he's worked with (ij be given special recognition c for their dedicated service. In 2002, Gilbert Perez CIJ was honored with a scholar ship through ASCS. This :::l month, he returned to give a 0. scholarship in honor of his teacher and little league ti coach, Ricky Sailor. ::j Perez shared stories of :::l how Sailor would take him home after practice when w his mother had to work late. Sailor has assisted 98 z students the last 3 years with scholarships, totaling c( $10 million. Nextm' ohth, he 9 will take 40 students on a sday bus trip to the University of Tennessee, LL Auburn University, Clemson University, and the University of North Carolina for the second straight year. DJ Stango attended the Sean Jones football camp with Keys 22 years ago. He also taught Mathematics at Howard W. Blake High School. Last year while teaching class, Stango was rushed to the hospital. He was there for two weeks. "I spent several nights with him, and all he was concerned about was who was teaching his students," said Keys. "That's when he decided to teach via computer from his hospital bed for the rest of the school year." Keys said men like this are why youth today have more options when it comes to furthering their education and obtaining a schol ill'ship. Hoben Grlftin 111 Mailing Jenev Hlstorv ROBERT GRIFFIN ill Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is definitely a trendsetter. Yet, RG3 is not just mak ing history with his socks anymore. He's also doing so with his jersey. RG3 will be the first NFL player and the first player across all four North American professional sports (NBA, MLB, NHL) to feature a Roman numeral on the nameplate on the back of his uniform. The NFL has unveiled a new rule this season allow ing generational titles to be worn on jerseys. Guiltv Verdict Reached, Jurv Recommends Death Penaltv PEDRO ESPINOZA Gets Life For Killing JAMIELSHAW Jurors deliberated for less than 4 hours before finding Pedro Espinoza, 23, guilty of 1st degree murder for the 2008 shooting death of 17-year-old football star, Jamiel Shaw,Jr. in Los Angeles. They have sug gested that he receive the death penalty Shaw was murdered by gang members three doors from his home because of his red Spider-Man back pack, said Deputy District Attorney Bobby Grace during opening arguments of the trial. "I hope he (Espinoza) leaves the prison the same way my son was brought into the mortuary -in a casket," said J amiel Shaw, Sr., the victim's father. lASCAR Hall 01 Fame Passes over Black Drivers The annual NASCAR Hall of Fame nominations are in. Notable drivers such as Rusty Baker, Herb Thomas and Bick Baker were among the names to be honored at the 2013 indue ceremony. This year, as in years past, there is one notable name missing -Wendell Scott, the first black driver to win a race, wasn't nomi nated for induction into the Hall of Fame. Although Scott was third in the fan voting on NASCAR.c om, he was not listed among those getting votes among the Voting Pane. Among the 25 names nominated Scott's name wasn't among the 5 who made the cut. On December 1, 1963 at Speedway Park in Jacksonville, Fla., Scott heeame the first, and to date the 9nly, African-American driver to win a NASCAR race. Scott rose up in the NASCAR ranks in the late 1950s, in an era rife with WENDELL SCOTT racial tension where trail blazers like Scott faced difficult challenges making their way in professions that had seen few to no Black faces in the professional world. Scott earned four topten finishes in 1961 and would go on to have a very successful career on the raceway. In his 495 races, Scott compiled 1 win, 20 top-s finishes and 147 top lOs. Shaquille savs No To Position Shaquille O'Neal's postNBA career just got a little bigger. The 'Big Aristotle' is in the running for the Orlando Magic's vacant GM position. Since his retirement from the league last June, O'Neal has received his Ph.D. in teadership and Develop ment and has also been a fixture on TNT's Inside the NBA studio show. A bldst from the Orlando Magic's past has emerged in the team's search for a new general manager Shaquille O'Neal. O'Neal, who began his legendary NBA career in Orlando, may meet with the Magic as soon as next week. While he has no front office experience, the Magic believe O'Neal's presence within the organization could help them retain Dwight Howard. Magic officials declined comment saying they will SHAQUILLE O'NEAL not be publicly discussing the process or timetable of their GM and coach search es in the wake of Monday's dismissals of Stan Van Gundy and Otis Smith. Orlando president Alex Martins was a member of the Magic organization when O'Neal was there as a player and has a solid rela tionship with him. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" 1' SentllteiBulletin (813) 248-1921

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c Sports Armwood Sat To Answer FHSAA Charges Tuesdav Sean Callahan and the Armwood program have come under fire involving student transfers. Hillsborough school board attorney Tom Gonzalez said Friday the district will respond to charges made by the Florida High School Athletic. s Association Armwood High's football program Tuesday and will not request an extension to file. Tampa attorney Peter Hobson filed a letter Thursday with Armwood principal Mike Ippolito asking for an extension on the behalf of the parents of six football players men:. tioned in the FHSAA's preliminary I'eport on the Hawks' football program. The FHSAA alleges the parents of five players from the Hawks' 2011 state cham pionship squad falsified res idency information in order to register at Armwood. The report also mentions five : other student-athletes who have transferred to Armwood in 2012 that also could he residency violations. Hobson said more time was needed in order to allow his clients to give their response to the charges. But since FHSAA rules state the student-athletes can only request an appeal I after) the levies sanctions and/ or fines for these alleged violations, Gonzalez said the request is coming too soon. "There's a pretty specific process in the (FHSAA) by; laws," Gonzalez said. "At this stage, that (an extension) is not part of the process." Formar.footbaii.Star Has. Rape Charge Dismissed After Accuser Contacts Him On Facebook BRIAN BANKS vs. WANETfA GIBSON A high schooLfootball star who was once one of the most highly sought after athletes in the nation had a rape charge against him dropped after the woman confessed on Facebook that the rape never happened. Brian Banks, who is now 26-years old, spent six years in prison and broke down crying when the prosecutor moved to have the case dismissed. There are no words in any language, no gesture '.in any culture that can explain or describe what I have been through," said Banks. I hope my story brings light to a major flaw in the judicial system." Bankswas once a foot ball star with dreams of playing in the NFL. He was only 16 when a woman accused him of kidnapping and her at school. The woman, Wanetta Gibson, added him as a friend on Facebook and in a message said she wanted to "let bygones be bygones." Banks' attorney, Justin Brooks, said that Gibson and Banks met and she was' caught ; on video admit ting that no rape ever took place and that she would help him to clear his record. -. She was then brought before prosecutors and is now obligated to repay the $1.5 million that her mother was paid by the school for what allegedly happened. "I will go through with helping you but it's like at ,the same time all that money they gave us, I mean gave me, I don't want to have to pay it back," she told Banks. Pollee: 5-nme Champ Johnnv Tapia Found DeadlnNM JOHNNY TAPIA ALBUQUERQUE, NM Johnny Tapia, the five time boxing champion whose turbulent career was marked by cocaine addiction alcohol depression and run-ins with the law was found dead Sunday at his Albuquerque home. He was 45 Authorities were called to the house at about 7 :45 p.m. on Sunday, spokesman Robert Gibbs said. The death didn't appear to be sus picious, he said. Tapia won five champi onships in three weight class es, winning the WBA bantamweight title, the IBF and WBO junior bantamweight titles and the IBF feather weight belt. He was regarded as the consummate underdog by his fans. The more trouble be found outside the ring including several stints in jail -the more they rallied around him. Hakeem Nicks Breaks Right Foot AI Giants ITA HAKEEM NICKS EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ -New York Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks is expected to be sidelined up to three months after breaking his right foot at a team organized activity early Thursday. Nicks fractured the fifth metatarsal of his right foot as he was running a route dur ing individual drills in the Timex Performance Center field house, the team said in a release later in the afternoon. Nicks is scheduled to have surgery Friday to have a screw inserted into the bro ken bone. The procedure will be performed by foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C. The expected recovery time for Nicks is approximately 12weeks. New York is scheduled to report to training camp at the University at Albany on July 26. BFAUTY UNUMITED CVNIIJA Here's a fresh new face for this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Her name is Cyniija, and she is just as unique as her name. This young lady is a 5'2" tall Gemini who is in medical school and a working morr-. In he( spare time, she can be found with her son, Josiah. We're not going to let much out about Cyniija this time, because we know will want to see her again. 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ntertainment gf SIDD Savs He And lawrence 1111a 111111 1hlnlk u' -- France Are on Board For aad Bovs 3' '' 181111111111V1111 ,.. NASHVILLE, >BET's 106 & Park; he Tenn.-Family :: talked his new film, his and some of her ffi family, and also confirmed closest friends :::: that the third installment helped cele.,... of Bad Boys was in the brate the life of works. Donna SumDONNA 0 a: lL 0 z < 0 en w :::: .... it w > w 0 w :I: en ::::i m :::: CL z t= w ..J ..J :::: m ..J w z t= z w en C a: 0 ..J lL MARTIN LAWRENCE And WILL SMITH Will Smith is making his promotional rounds this week. While on the U. S. leg of the Men in Black 3 promotional tour, on Monday Smith dropped by "I talked to Martin mer, 63, at SOMMER [Lawrence] about that a the singer's fucouple of weeks ago. Mar-neral. tin is into it and we got a A private memorial service couple of screenplays and was held last Wednesday for the story's gotta be right, Summer at Christ PresbyteSmith told 106 & Park rian in Nashville, Tenn. hosts Terrence J and where she had been a resi-Rocsi. dent since 1995. Smith said that Bad Summer died May 17 of Boys 3, will be in theaters lung cancer in Naples, FL. by 2015. lil' Kim Opens Her Home To Her Ailing, Estranged Father Reponer Apologized ForTrving To Kiss Will Smith LIL'KIM Rapper Lil' Kim has a big heart behind all that sex appeal. When Lil' Kim, whose birth name is Kimberly Jones, learned that her estranged father, Linwood Jones was battling Alzheimer's Disease the leg endary hip-hop icon took him in. "He can't really pour juice He can get dressed, but we have to help him sometimes. Basically we have to help him do almost everything. He can walk around and stuff like that. And again, it's early stages," Lil' Kim said. Although Lil' Kim did not have the closest rela tionship with her father growing up, the 37-year-old rapper said that she took her father in because she says she is a "child of God". "I believe in God, and I also believe in the quote 'honor thy mother and thy father.' No matter what, I'm always going to be there for my family," she said. Kanve And Kim In Cannes KANYE WEST And KIM KARDISIAN CANNES, FRANCE Kanye West showed off his short film and his celebrity girlfriend -TV reality star Kim Kardashian in Cannes, the only place for anyone famous to be this week. The rapper walked handin-hand with Kardashian at the launch of "Cruel Sum mer" on Wednesday night. The couple didn't stop to talk to media but some of the cast revealed what it was like to work on the art proj ect. Described as an immer sive seven-screen experi ence," "Cruel Summer" is a love story set in the Middle East and inspired by West's new "G.O.O.D" album. Vitalii Sediuk, the Ukrainian reporter who tried to kiss Will Smith at the Moscow premiere of 'Men in Black 3' on last week, has apologized for the red carpet stunt. The journalist, who is known for kissing celebrities, said "I'm sorry, Will. It was a splash of emotion. He added that he does apologize for his behavior as "I think it was too much." DaVIs Addresses Rl High School Alma Mater CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. Viola Davis recently ad dressed gradu ating seniors at the high school in the struggling Rhode Island City where she grew up, urg ing them to treasure "hard times and joyous moments" and telling them that the "privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. The Academy Award nom inee spoke to Central Falls High School's class of 2012, student actors and members of student government and other alumni nearly 30 years after receiving her own diploma there. She was also inducte d into the school's Alumni Hall of Fame. A member of the class of 1983, Davis has continued to support the 1.3-square mile city of 19,000 just north of Providence. The rumors that Sony Pic tures/Screen Gems' predom inately African-American hit romantic comedy Think Like A Man being banned in France are apparently not true. Sony Pictures said Think Like A Man was never planned for release in France. Any reports to the contrary are false." Apparently the reports of Sony Pictures/Screen Gems' 'Think Like A Man being banned in France because it was too Black are not true. Mava Anaelou Opens women's Health And Wellness Center Maya Angelou has taken up the issue of women s health by opening her own wellness center. "I learned a long time ago the Wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advo cate for myself and others like me," she said. Angelou believes you MAYAANGELOU can't help others until you g et healthy yourself. will.i.am Carried Olvmpic Flame In Britain Before Cheering Fans will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas carried the Olympic Flame in Taunton, England Monday, May 21, 2012. LONDON -Black Eyed Peas star, will.i.am carried the Olympic flame in Britain, trotting through the western English city of Taunton to the cheers of thousands. The 37-year old star was a surprise addition to the torch relay last Monday and performed a short moonwalk as the crowd roared. He says he was thinking "Me and Michael," a reference to the late Michael Jackson, who made the dance move fa mous. Tickets On Sale For Pres. Obama Fashion Fundraiser IMANAND ANNA WINTOUR Vogue editor Anna Wintour and supermodel Iman are hosting the "Runway to Win" fashion fundraiser at Chicago's Harpo Studios. The proceeds will benefit Pres. Obama's campaign. Chicago's Republican fashionistas may be torn over whether to attend the Runway to Win event next month. On one hand, A-list fash ion notables such as Vogue PRES. BARACK OBAMA editor Anna Wintour and models Iman and Chanel !man will be in the house. On the other hand, it's a fundraiser for the Pres. Obama Victory Fund 2012. Tickets for the June 7th Chicago unveiling of the de signer collection at Harpo Studios start a t $150 for guest pass, $1,000 for a VIP pass and $2,500 for a dinner and photo reception with the aforementioned fashion fig ures and campaign manager ,Jim Messina.

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F ntertainment 'Men In Black 3' Takes Down avengers' With $55M WILL SMITH And TOMMIE LEE JONES LOS ANGELES -The suits have knocked off the superheroes at the box office. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones' sequel "Men in Black 3" debuted as the No. 1 movie over Memorial Day weekend with $55 million domestically from Friday to Sunday. That bumps Disney's The Avengers into second-place after three blockbuster weekends on top for the superhero sensation "The Avengers took in $37 mil lion over the three days to push its domestic total to $514 million and become only the fourth movie ever to top half a billion dollars. Distributor Sony esti mates that by the end of the four-day holiday weekend Monday, "Men in Black 3" will have pulled in $70 mil lion domestically and $2o2 million worldwide. "Men in Black 3" reunites Smith's Agent J and Jones' Agent K as they bat tle a new alien menace that travels four decades back in time to do away with the younger Agent K (Josh Brolin). DiddV's Son Graduates, Heads To UClA On $54,000 College Football ScholarshiP JUSTIN And DIDDY Music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs whose wealth is guesstimated by "Forbes Magazine to be hovering around $550 mil lion is the proud papa of his eldest child, Justin, who just graduated from high school Nothing wrong with that.. except...the boy also landed a $54,000 football scholarship to attend the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Justin, who is Diddy's son with former gal pal, Misa Hylton-Brim will attend the institution and play for the famous Bruins. The scholarship is only awarded to a select few, those who have demonstrated athletic prowess and who are aca demically gifted. Reportedly, Justin signed off on his national letter of intent to attend UCLA and play for its team with his mega bucks dad by his side back in February on National Signing Day. Naomi Campbell In Holv land For Her 42nd Birthdav NAOMI CAMPBELL BETHLEHEM, West Bank Supermodel Naomi Campbell celebrat ed her 42nd birthday on Tuesday with a trip to the birthplace of Jesus, wishing for good vibrations, not destruction in the troubled Middle East. Campbell, was flanked by Palestinian guards and her own private security de tail as she toured the biblical town of Bethlehem. She lit candles in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, said Palestinian security officials. The church is built on the spot where Christians believe Jesus was born. smnh wants To Plav President Obamaln Biopic PRES. BARACK OBAMA. And WILL SMITH If a President Obama biopic ever makes its way to the silver screen Will Smith is vying for the gig. The accomplished actor notes himself as an is an ob vious choice for the role. "It's ; about the ears, that's the thing," he said. "People see the ears and Barack and I both have the ears, so I'm the most natural choice." Terrence Howard Is Anacked Bv Former Gal Pal TERRENCE HOWARD It seems that Terrence Howard is just not lucky in love. The actor allegedly re ceived a beat down from his former gal pal, May Seng Yang,39. Reportedly, Howard tried to end his relationship with Yang, but the diminu tive woman just would not take no for an answer. According to Howard, on the night of the incident, Yang parked her car around the corner from his residence and walked to the property's gated entrance. When she rang the bell, Howard and his current girlfriend al legedly came to the gate. Reportedly afraid of mak ing any loud noises that could prove to be disruptive to his neighbors, Howard allegedly allowed Yang to gain entry on to his property. According to Howard, just as soon as he opened his gate for Yang to enter she pounced on him and began to attack him, striking his face several times. Police investigators con: firmed that Howard's face did show evidence of some sort of attack; the star of the much heralded film "Red Tails" was said to have a swollen nose. .:t Nationa c Black WWII lets To Receive Congressional Gold Medals == MONTFORD POINT MARINES On Memorial Day, we cel ebrated the men and women who fought and continue to fight bravely for our country. Though, every year, there are always a few soldiers whose contributions to the Armed Forces were never recognized or celebrated. Next month, the Montford Point Marines, a group of Black soldiers who were forced to segregated training and supporting roles during World War II, will be honored with Con gressional Gold Medals. Last year, Congress voted for a Congressional Gold Medal for their service. President Barack Obama approved the honor. There were 20,000 Marines in World War II. Though, only 300 of them are believed to be alive. Pres. Obama Honors Fallen Troops On Memoriallav "TT I"" 0 President Barack Obama paid tribute to the nation's fallen warriors on Memorial Day, attending a ceremony at Arlington Na tional Cemetery and honoring those who died during the Vietnam War. The president partici pated in a wreath-laying cer emony at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington Na tional Cemetery near Wash. ington, and then marking the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. In an election year, Pres. Obama has touted his work to bring U.S. combat troops home from Iraq and wind down the conflict in Afghanistan. Before military audiences and in a campaign ad released last week, he credits U.S. servicemen who helped in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. z With so many troops re-m I"" turning home from their ID service,' Pres. Obama says c: the U.S. needs to return the I= favor. m :j We have to serve them and their families as well as they have served us," Pres. 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CD .,... BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM THEODORE E. CROSS May 24, 1944 -February 6 2008It has been a year since God gently took you home. We miss you and you will always be in our hearts. Your loving mother, brother, family and friends. WALTER THOMAS SMITH, IV (LILWALT) DEWITT BOA1WRIGHT Dewitt Boatwright, 42, died May 23, 2012, at Tampa General Hospital. Funeral services will be at Hodges Funeral Temple in Wadley, GA, on June 2, 2012, at ua.m. BURIAL INSURANCE fuM ... c..t betwten$7,000 and $10, PNttct ,......., Today. Cal ... For Your FREE lallolntQUGIL Pia starting At Only $20.80 Per llontll Local Familv Asks For Help In Covering Funeral bpenses For loved One When Dwight Boatwright left his native Geor gia, he was excited. He couldn't wait to arrive in Tampa. His sister-in-law, Linda Lowe, said he visited Tampa and just fell in love with the city. That was in 2006. Mr. Boatwright had been in Tampa for two weeks before he suddenly became ill. Prior to that, he had worked in construction, and spent time with his 4 chil dren The doctors told us that he had Lupus, and it had af fected his brain," said his wife Cynthia Boatwright. We were all devastated, and totally unprepared for this kind of news." Mr. Boatwright National couldn't work, and spent the next 6 years visiting doctors and spending time in the hos pital. Last week, Mr. Boatwright passed at the hospital, where he had been for the past three months. He was 42 years old. Mrs. Boatwright said her husband was the picture of health before he was diagnosed with Lupus. "It took its toll on him over the years, and it finally got to the point where there was nothing anyone could do to help him." Mrs. Boatwright said because the illness came so suddenly, Mr. Boatwright never had the opportunity to get life insurance. The family is asking for help with funeral expenses for Mr. Boatwright, whose remains will be sent back to his home town of Whatley, Georgia. Anyone who wants to help this family can reach Mrs. Boatwright at (813) 464-5372. Photo 015-Year-Oid Bov Wha Asked To Touch Obama's Hair Still Iconic Well, the name of the child is Jacob Philadelphia. He is the young son of Carlton Philadelphia, a White House staffer who is now posted to Afghanistan with the U.S. State Department Carlton took his family to the Oval Office for a photo to mark the ending of his posting on the National Security Council. When the family began posing for photos Carlton told the President that his son had a question for him. I want to know if my hair is just like yours," Jacob asked. I want to know if my hair is just like yours," he told Pres. Obama, so quietly that the pre sident asked him to speak again. Remember that iconic photo (left) of the cute, fiveyear-old boy who asked to touch President Barack Obama's hair back in 2009? Jacob did, and Pres. Obam.a replied, "Why don t you touch it and see for yourself? He lowered his head, level with Jacob, who hesitated. "Touch it, dude! Pres. Obamasaid. As Jacob patted the presi dential crown, Mr. Souza snapped. "So, what do you think?" Pres. Obama asked. "Yes, it does feel the same," Jacob said. Carlton's father says it truly was an important moment for his son and other Black boys: "It's important for Black chil dren to see a Black man as pre sident. You can believe that any position is possible to achieve if you see a Black person in it," said Mr. Philadelphia. Woman lases Bovtriend And His lover After Catching Them Cheating Eva Harbnan of Florida caught the father of her child in bed with another woman and made sure both he and his mis tress felt her pain. Harbnan, 34, allegedly yelled "You and I just had sex last night" before tasing the father of her child Alvin Hennis, with her key-chain stun gun as he lay butt naked in bed Hartman chased his lover, Cordelia Rose, outside of the house. Rose was getting into her car before Harbnan caught up with her and tased her in the neck. Neither Rose no Hennis were seriously injured as the strength of the stun gun was re portedly too weak to cause major damage Harbnan was arrested and charged with battery. It is not EVA HARTMAN known what kind of gun Hartman used. She did not have a permit for it, however. During Harbnan's hearing, Hennis took the blame for the entire sit uation. "It was pretty much my fault,' Mr Hennis told Broward Court Judge John Hurley at Harbnan' s hear ing. "We were supposed to do something together that morning, and I forgot. I went to my house, and things happened." Hennis pleaded with Judge Hurley to go easy on the mother of his child, saying that she is a great mom. 'She is a beautiful mother, a hard worker and very responsi ble. I think she got emotional by what she saw,' Mr Hennis told Judge Hurley. 'I could imagine things could get very emotional,' Judge Hurley answered. Oh, things got very emo tional,' Mr Hennis said. Very emotional.' He apologized for his actions, adding that he forgot to lock the door to the master bedroom That probably was your first mistake,' Judge Hurley said. Hartman was free on $2,500 bond and ordered to stay away from Rose.

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Newark Mavor corv Booker Set To Chat On 'Oprah's Next Chapter' CORY BOOKER And OPRAH WINFREY Oprah Winfrey is all set to sit a spell with her old friend, Newark Mayor Cory Booker on her OWN program 'Oprah's Next Chapter.' Oprah, who has been an avid supporter of Mayor Booker, has reportedly do nated millions to Newark schools and organizations. The pair are expected to chat i t up as old friends do on subjects like Mayor Booker's near death expe rience in a burning building, his political plans for the fu ture and of course, his love life. Inquiring minds want to know why, at the age of 43, the political dynamo is still unhitched and has no chil dren? Winans Had Suspended license And warrant For His Arrest MARVIN WINANS DETROIT -Rev. Mar vin Winans had a warrant out for his arrest on driving related offenses when he was carjacked in a case that grabbed national headlines. The warrant was issued March 15th for failing to ap pear in court after he was ticketed for driving with a suspended license. The state suspended his license on May 9 aft e r he didn't pay two tickets issued in December in Michigan Secretary of State records show. One was for previ ously driving on a sus pended license; the other was for impeding traffic The gospel singer didn't show at a March hearing in 43rd District Court on the two tickets and a warrant was issued for his arrest, ac cording to a court official. Government To Crack Down On Food Stamp Fraud WASHINGTON Food stamp recipients are ripping off the government for mil lions of dollars by illegally selling their benefit cards for cash sometimes even in the open, on eBay or Craigslist and then asking the government for replace ment cards. The Agriculture Depart ment wants to curb the prac tice by giving states more power to investigate people who repeatedly claim to lose their benefit cards. It is proposing new rules that will allow states to de mand formal explanations from people who seek replacement cards more than three times a year. Those who don t comply can be de nied further cards "Up to this point the state s hands have been tied unless they absolutely sus pected fraudulent activity," said Kevin Concannon, the department's undersec retary for Food, Nutrition And Consumer Services. Overall, food stamp fraud costs taxpayers about $750 million a year, or 1 percent of the $75 billion program that makes up the bulk of the de partment's total budget for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Most fraud occurs when unscrupulous retailers allow customers to turn in their benefits cards for lesser amounts of cash. But USDA officials are also concerned about people selling or trad ing cards in the open mar ket, including through websites. President Obama Ahead Of Romnev In Kev States PRES. BARACK OBAMA President Obama leads in newl y released polls in Florida, Ohio and Virginia What s striking about our new NBC/WSJ poll -as well as our new round of NBC Marist polls is the consis t enc y of the numbe r s for President Obama: He s at or near 48 percent every way you slice it. In our new na tional NBC/WSJ poll, the President's approval rating is at 48 percent, and his per centage against Mitt Rom ney in the ballot test is 4 7 percent (vs. Romney's 43 percent). Then look at these num bers from our brand-new NBCMarist state polls: In Florida, Pres. Obama leads Romney, 48 percent-44 percent ; in Ohio he s up 48 percent-42 percent; and in Virginia, he s ahead 48 per cent-44 percent. What does this mean? Is 48 percent a good thing or bad thing? On the one hand, he s leading and in the high 40s, despite what's been a rocky and volatile last few weeks (the April jobs num bers, the worries out of Europe, the rushed gay.:marriage announcement, etc.). First Black Naval Academv Graduate Weslev Brown Dies Lt. Cmdr. Wesley Brown, the first Black to graduate from the U. S. Naval Academy, passed away on Tuesday at age 85 Brown was born in Balti more in 1927 graduated from Dunba r High School in the District, and became the first in his family to attend college at Howard Univer sity. He entered the Naval Academy in 1945, where he was an accomplished athlete running cross-country with Jimmy Carter, who was also a Naval Academy grad uate. Brown graduated from the Academy in 1949, ranking in the top half of his Although he was in LT.CMDR. WESLEY BROWN fact the sixth Black person to be admitted, he was the first to actually graduate. Ironically, it was only a year earlier that president Harry S. Truman made the executive decision to de segregate the military. 8-Year-Oid Who Finds Fake $100 Bill Gets Real Monev For Her Honestv Breanna Murry, 8, of Detroit was in a field during school when she saw a $1oo bill on the ground. Instead of pocketing the cash she gave it to he r teache r, Ric Gen thner, saying that it didn t belong to her. BREANNA MURRY r 0 en m z :::! z m r aJ c r r z ""0 c Genthner thought so highly of little Breanna's honesty that he mentioned it online. One of his friends in Florida sent him a $10 bill in the mail for the little girl. Breanna took the money home saying that, I gave it tomymoma." could have so easily had, but instead, made a very couraen geous and ethical decision." ffi Van Riper also said that c I hope the $100 she found is real. If she gets it back, m good for her." (The bill was a fake and it was confiscated -t by the Secret Service). John Van Riper from Ann Arbor, Michigan, wrote a $100 check and mailed it in a package to Breanna at school to replace what she New Video Of Zimmerman Walking Around Sanford Police Stadon unanended George Zimmerman walking unattended in the ford Police Station. .,. inset TRAYVON MARTIN A video has been unsur faced of George Zimmerman apparently walking around the Sanford Police Station unattended. Accord ing to the date mark at the lower bottom of the record ing, the video was recorded on Feb. 29-three days after Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin dead, Feb. 26 Just wondering. Does Zimmerman look injured to you? It is reported that the video was shot three days after Trayvon's killing. Zimmerman has a very contradictory relationship with Sanford police, first blasting them as irresponsi ble and later praising their work. en c )lit z c :D c

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c; nme Brothers Shot After Argument AKHNATEN CASEY ..... shot two brothers after an argument Tampa Police were called to the 1600 block of East Paris Street Friday evening on a report of a shooting. According to the police report, Edward Evans, 22, was in the front yard of a resc idence engaged in an argu ment with Akhnaten 1.L Casey, 27. Police said the ar gument was over stolen c( property. During the argument, Q Casey reportedly pulled a ffi gun and shot Evans in the upper body. His brother, Ab dullah Ibn AI Islam, 33, rx ran to his aid and struggled with Evans. Evans then W shot Islam in the leg and back. :z: Evans fled on foot after the shooting, and as officers ID Q. EDWARD EVANS ..... in critical condition arrived on the scene, they saw a man matching his de scription. A short time later, Casey was arrested and the gun used in the shooting was recovered. The broth ers are reported to be in crit ical condition. Casey is being held on two counts of attempted murder. z Teenager Arrested After Anemptinu To Escape ...J From Counhouse z w en 0 ...J I.L On Thursday at 1:45 p. m., Robert Wimbush, 17, appeared before Judge Tracy Sheehan on the fourth floor of the courthouse annex. After the court hear ing, Wimbush was being escorted by a Department of Juvenile Justice officer back to a holding cell. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that once Wimbush was outside the courtroom, he ran to a staircase. DJJ officers and deputies pursued Wimbush to the first floor of the courthouse where he ran through several corridors before being taken into custody by a deputy who used his taser. Wimbush was in court facing several charges, in cluding three counts of viola tion of probation. A new state law that pro hibits juveniles from being handcuffed and shackled when they make their court appearances. warram Issued For Arrest 01 Fourth Suspect In Soldier's Assault BRANDON MILLER ..... being sought by police as the fourth suspect in the beating/robbery of a soldier. Tampa Police detectives have identified the fourth sus pect involved in the violent robbery of Johnny Aparicio on May 13, 2012. Aparicio was assaulted and robbed in the area of Renellie Drive and Iowa Avenue, close to MacDill Air Force Base where he is sta tioned. Geroshe Lewis, Lerome Howard, and Jared Richardson were ar rested for their roles in the ag gravated battery and robbery. A fourth suspect, Brandon Miller, 18, has been identified as participating in the incident, and is being sought by police. Anyone who has informa tion on Miller's whereabouts is asked to call (813) 3949053 Three Men Arrested After Police Pursuit PINELLAS COUNTY Late Friday night, Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies re port that members of a task force tried to stop a vehicle driven by Larry Mosley, 19, near the 3800 block of t81 h Avenue, South. The driver fled the traffic stop and struck a police cruiser. Deputies said the suspect vehicle failed to negotiate a tum and crashed. Mosley fled on foot, but was captured a short dis tance away Two passengers in the ve hicle, Cornelius Flanning, 21, and Marquez Rowe, 20, were also arrested. Mosley was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, ag gravated fleeing and eluding, being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, pos session of a firearm while in the commission of a felony, grand theft firearm, and drug possession charges. Flanning was charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, grand theft firearm, posses sion of cocaine and posses sion of marijuana. Rowe was charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. Wile, Son Charged In Plant CiiV Shooting Detectives have arrested the wife and son of a man being sought for a May 201 h shooting. Plant City Police report that Giovanna Blanco and Luis Acosta, Jr., along with Luis Acosta, Sr., had an ongoing relationship with one of the four shooting vic tims, Hugo Alvarez. On the night of the shoot ing, police said Alvarez went to an apartment where he was staying when he was confronted by Blanco. They started to argue, and Blanco reportedly left and came back with a baseball bat. As Alvarez tried to leave with his four friends, police said Acosta, Sr. and his son showed up. LUIS ACOSTA, SR. ..... being sought by police. Police said Acosta, Sr. fired several shots into the car, hitting four people. A woman, who wasn't shot, ran from the car, and Blanco ran after her with the baseball bat. Acosta, Jr. reportedly walked up to the car and hit Alvarez sev eral times with another baseball bat. Blanco, 36, and Acosta, Jr.,14, were arrested Thurs day night. Blanco is being charged with aggravated as sault, and Acosta, Jr. with attempted murder. \Detec tives are still searching for Luis Acosta, Sr. He is wanted on four counts of at tempted murder and one count of shooting into an oc cupied vehicle.

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Crime Po.lice Arrest woman In connection With Robberv LAKELAND Lakeland Police said they have found a woman who was being sought in connection with an armed robbery that occurred in No v ember 2011. Tekia Moore, 22, was arrested and police said they beli ev e she and a man robbed a Race Trac Store on Novem ber 28th. According to reports a man and woman entered the store and robbed he clerk at gunpoint. They ordered the clerk outside, then told peo ple in the parking lot to lie TEKIAMOORE down on the ground They fired a shot into the air as they fled. Uncle Sandv All of the knowledge 2, 6, 10, 12 of the ages can be found 14, 19, 22, 25 from books and those who 27, 30, 33, 35 have the wisdom to have been there 39, 41, 44, 49 IIIII Ruslllll CEO/President Sketch Released OIRobberv suspect This is a composite sketch of a man being sought for robbing a shoe store. PASCO COUNTI Pasco County Sheriffs detectives re leased a composite drawing of a man being sought in the rob bery of a shoe store last Tues day. Detectives report that a man entered the Payless Shoe Source, 3034 Little Road, with a gun at 10 a. m. and handed the clerk a note. The robber left on foot and is described as 5'7'' tall, and appearing to be 30 to 35 years old. He was un shaven and wearing glasses. State en c Judge Denies Access To FAMU Affidavit ORLANDO A judge in Orlando denied a motion Fri day by The Associated Press and the Orlando Sentinel to release probable cause affi davits used to arrest the 13 defendants charged in the hazing death of a Florida A&M University drum major. Circuit Judge Marc Lubet sai d neither m e dia organization had the author ity to intervene in the case. The judge, though, left open the door for another chal lenge by recommending that the media groups seek an order that requires a government agency to perform its duty. The State Attorney's Office in Orlando has refused to publicly release the probable cause affidavit, saying it is discovery and exempt from being released because it's part of a criminal probe. Probable cause affidavits are usually filed with the clerk of court's offices in N Florida criminal cases and o .... they then become part of the N public record. The State At torney's Office never filed probable cause affidavits with the clerk of courts for the 11 defendants charged with third-degree felony hazing in Robert Champion's death Two other defendants face misdemeanor counts. The AP and the Sentinel argued the affidavits are not discovery and that they were presented to a judge to issue arrest warrants. The affi davits are no longer confi dential because all of the defendants have been ar rested, the media groups argued. Champion died last No vember aboard a bus notori ous for hazing rituals by ., members of FAMU's famed 6 marching band. His death :::U uncovered a culture of hazing g in the band, which has peren formed at Super Bowls and m inaugural parades. z m r;m c: r r m :::! z "'D c: OJ c C/) :::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c ,., z c ., :::u 6 lnr tlleeslllllllt & Sllllln 1111 Taa Ill lrll SIDCIIIIISI, 2800.

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After this date an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine whether bona fide competition exists Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement), 601 E Kennedy Blvd County Center, 18th Floor Tampa, Florida, 33601, Attention Mark Kriz, Senior Procurement Analyst, Business and Support Services (Procurement), email: krizm@hillsboroughcounty.org, or FAX to (813) 272-6290. For further information call (813) 272-5790. II FOR RENT II II HOMES FOR RENT North Tampa Orient Park 2 Bedroom/2 Bath 2307 North 54th Street Townhouse Tampa, FL 33619 Large Fenced Yard 3 Bedroom/1 Bathroom Ceramic/Carpet $800.00/Monthly No Pets, WDH, CHA Section 8 Section 8 Accepted (813) 949-3482 (813) 386-8049 Apartment/Studio 2927 North Ybor Street Lowry Park $450 00/Monthly 8526 Newport Avenue Furnished Room Tampa, 33604 $350.00/Monthly 4 Bedroom/2 Bathroom Includes Utilities Concrete Block Must Show Proof Of Income $1200 00/Monthly Section 8 OK Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 765-2558 Call (813) 386-8046 LICATION DEADLINES ue!!la.etv Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1-20 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II II The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immediate Advancement Paid Training $24k$50k Start Immed iatel y Call Basia McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 HOMES FOR RENT 3 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH, CHA Fenced Corner Lot Wood Floors Wood Deck $850 00/Monthly $800.00/Deposit (813) 532.0313 SE Seminole Heights 1205 East Palifox Street Tampa, 33603 3 Bedroom/2 Bathroom Concrete Block $11 00.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 386-8045 3 Bedroom /2 Bath Home Fenced Backyard WDH, Tile And Carpet $1 ,000.00/Monthly Deposit Required Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 728-3163 (813) 732-5332 4404 Troy Street 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced Yard WDH, CHA Section 8 Welcome $1 ,050.00/Monthly Call (813) 451-1n6 Or (813) 451-1568 II Ybor Heights 1 011 East 15th Avenue Tampa, Fl 33605 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $600.00/Monthly Sec 8 Accepted Call (813) 386-8044 La Casa Mia 12301 North 11th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath o nly $580 00 Includes Water First Month Free With Security 813-971-0341 North Tampa And Temple Terrace 2 And 3 Bedrooms From $750 .00 WDH 0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Vouchers Welcome 813-915-9787 Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 1 00% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675 Moves You In! 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11717 North 14th Street (14th Street And Fowler) Now Leasing Cinnamon Cove Apartments $199 00 Move-In Special 1 And 2 Bedrooms Available Now For Immediate Move Section 8 Welcome Se Habla Espanol Contact Us At (813) 971-5254 TAMPA NAPFE TOWERS 1 Bedroom Affordable Elderly Housing For 82+ Years "Young." 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c m Section 8 Only 6217 North 47th Street Apartment #B 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA,WDH Free Water And Trash (813) 626-0331 lon 8 nly o Deposit $100.00 Move-In Special 3 And 4 Bedroom CHA WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex New Renovated $650 00/Monthly $500 00/Security Call (813) 376-8664 Or (813) 363-8094 II ROOMS FOR RENT II Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1 000 Eas t 26 t h Avenue Please Call (813) 494-3343 5619 East Chelsea Rooms For Rent $1 00 00/Weekly $75.00/Depos i t Central Heat And Air Carpet Free Cable Call (813) 361-6227 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen Furnished $80 00 $100 .00 Weekly + Depos i t Call (813) 476-8748 Room For Rent Ybor Area AJC, Cable Phone Queen Beds Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $75.00/Deposit $100.00 And Up Weekly (813) 317-9872 (813) 248-1921 In Need Of Care For Your Loved One P l ease Call Debra s Assisted Living Facility (813) 546-4884 All Insurance Accepted uc 112112 II AIR CONDITIONING II Tarpley's AJC Sales & Service New & Used Financing Available Call (813) 238-7884 Uc 11815130 AJC & Appliance Repair Ice Makers, Refrigeration, Stove, Washers & Dryers All Work Guaranteed Call Prince (813) 695-4343 Fast Friendly Service $35.00 AJC Check-Up Poor Pre pa rat i on Prod u ces Poo r Perfo r ma n ce To Be Treated Fair Call Parham Air (813) 770-6786 We Accept MasterNISA II BEDS FOR SALE Beds Bunk Beds $200.00 Twin $60.00 Full $65.00 Queen $75. 00 King $100 00 & Up Call (813) 310.0991 II II CLEANING II II Affordable Carpet Cleaning Deep Scrub $55.00 Flat Rate Ca$h ASAP (813) 484-6757 COMPUTERS Top Notch Computer Services Computer Repair And Related Services Call 813-695-7813 II Patern i ty Test We Come To You! Results In 3 Days Legal Or Personal Testing Payment Plans 24-Hour Service Monday Saturday DLM-DNA Testing Services (813) 928-2753 www.dlmservicesusa.com Now Servicing Nationwide 1-888-651-5777 II FOR SALE II I I A country Boy's Consultation Unclalriled Repairs Washers Dryers Stoves Refrigerators $85.00 And Up While Supplies Last Call (813) 850.1643 Now! FORECLOSURE DON'T LET THOSE OTHER GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSE! Cash In 3 Days For Your House See Our Ad In The Florida Sentinel. www.rehabberssuperstore.com (813) 675-7040 II II HAULING II All Junk Removal Furniture Tree Debris Construction Garbage Or Anyth ing Else No Job Too Big Or Small Fast And Reasonable (813) 285-4674 II INSURANCE II Life Insurance FREE Phone Quotes! Choose What You Can Afford Call Today And Protect Your Family DLM Financial Services (813) 642-3183 We Buy Junk Cars And Trucks CALLJ.R. (813) 966-3501 Junk Cars We Buy Junk Cars, Trucks And Vans Call (813) 784-8339 I Buy Junk Cars Up To $500.00 & Up Free Pick Up Of O l d Appliances And Metal Call Eric (813) 764-3968 We Buy All Vehicles I BUY JUNK CARS.COM Top Dollar For Trucks Vans And Cars W i th Or Without Tit l e Running Or Not 24f7 Call (813) 344 4444 We Buy Unwanted Vehicles With Or Without Title Any Condition Make Or Model We Pay Up To $20 000.00 And Offer Free Towing Call Omar (813) 516-0847 3: Pl.) Y' Pl.) 0 ..... Pl.) ""' With Or Without Title Any Condition We Pay Up To $25,000 I I LAWN SERVICE II Call (813) 703-1297 Need Money? We Pay Top Dollar For All Cars We Pay More For V8 s Trucks A n d Vans Call (813) 770-7188 Now!! CASH For Cars Trucks And Vans Free Haul i ng Lost T i tle OK Call (813) 626-5733 Or (813) 924-6255 God Bless We Pay "TOP"-$CASH$ Up To $1 ,500.00 For Cars, Trucks, Vans Motorcycles Runn i ng Or Not With Or Without Title 24f7 (813) 695-2438 I Will Buy Your Trade Ins Or Any Vehicle Honda, Toyota, Nissan Lexus, lnfiniti, Acura Or Any Model If You Still Owe The Bank No Problem Paying Up To $25,000 (813) 335-3794 25.00 Lawn rvlce Mow i ng, Trimm ing, Edging All S i dewalks And Driveways Blowed Call Paul And Eugene At (813) 679-9409 LEASE PROPERTY Commercial Store Front Up To 2 Months Rent Free And Other Negot i ated Reduct i ons For Qualifying Business 2409-A East Lake Ave. 864 Sq. Ft Avai lable Now Formerly Used As A Barber Sho p And Beauty Store (813) 238-6353 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts -1'V'l- IVIat..rCrd A....-.ron .And Dblt crd en m z ::! z m r aJ c r r m ::! z "'0 c aJ r u; :z: m c m < m c m en c ,.. z c ""' az '< C) m N .....

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