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......-Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area _: c c a: c -1 LL. VOL. 67 NO. 85 TUESDAY JUNE 12, 2012 24 PAGES 75 $15,000 Home Down Pavment Available At W o rkshop SEE PAGE 3 Readers Share Comment s On FAIU President' s Future SEE PAGE 8 Ta1pa Mavor Rolls Back P arks And Recreation Fees SEE PAGE 2 GAMMA ZOA lAMBDA CHAPTER OF AlPHA PHI AlPHA FRATER lin PRESENTS SCHOLARSHIPS Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter and GZL Educational Foundation of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity held its Black and Gold Schol arship Ball last month at the downtown Hyatt Regency Hotel. The guest speaker was Dr. Robert Franklin, President of Morehouse College, Atlanta. Proceeds from the event will benefit the fraternity's Men of Tomorrow Program. One of the highlights of the evening was the presentation of scholarships to from left to right: Fidel Dennis, Eric Whitehead, Miles Hood, Phillipe Paul, Director of Education Activities Men ofTomorrow (MOT) Program; Derrell Thompson, Jonathan Harris and Stephen Harris. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)


eatures N With Bovtriend locked Up: Familv Feels Justice Is Closer In Toddler's Death CHRISTIAN LOVE innocent victim Christian Love's fac ther, Messiah, and his fE great-grandmother, Ms. c Georgette Williams, Z said they both feel justice is CC closer in the death of 2year-old Christian. On May 31t, Christian W died from injuries he sus tained while in the care of 1;: his mother's boyfriend. w Christian's mother, Gj Candace Mitchell, was c with aggravated W child abuse after police said she failed to take her son to :::i the hospital for nearly 5 hours after his injury. a.. Mitchell's boyfriend, Z Javaurian Safford, 27, i= w was arrested last Tuesday :::j after violating his probation on a 2008 aggravated child abuse charge. w Messiah Love said they all feel like at least, someZ thing is being done. "We haven't gotten the cc justice we want right now C but his arrest is a start. a: With the boyfriend in cus g tody now they know more. LL Messiah said he will always feel his son' s death could have been prevented if DCF had done the right thing. "They should have con ducted a more thorough in vestigation. Candace was trying to make sure I didn t get custody of Christian, but any family member could have gotten custody of him, as long as he wasn t left in that environment. Messiah said he thinks its saving lives that Saf ford is locked up. "I think they should both be charged with murder," said Messiah. Ms. Williams said she jumped for joy when she got the news Safford was locked up I know he hasn't been charged with Christian's death yet, but as soon as the Medical Examiner fin ishes his job, they both will be. But, with him (Safford) in jail, we feel great because this is what we've been waiting for. I know he's only been charged with vio lating his probation right now, but if that's the way to get him off the streets, we re happy. Ms. Williams said now that Mitchell and Safford are both locked up, she wants justice for her great grandson. "I wish they would just plead guilty and not put the family through the ordeal of a trial. ClARIFICATION CANDACE MITCHELL still injail on a $so,ooo bond JAVAURIANSAFFORD Mitchell's boyfriend is in jail for violating his probation I also think the boyfriend represents a dan ger to all children, and there needs to be a registry for child abusers." Ms. Williams said Mitchell never wanted Christian to be with his father, and did everything to make sure Messiah never had a chance to spend any time with him. She could have left Christian with other fam ily members instead of put ting him in danger. There's no way that baby would have wound up in foster care. Ms. Williams said the service for Christian Saturday was awesome, and her brother-in-law, Keith Jacobs, spoke beautifully. We thank Without Wails for opening their doors to us, and making it all possible." In the Graduates Edition of the Sentinel, the spelling of Essence Crum's mother's name was incorrect. Essence is the daughter of Frank and Davene Crum, Jr., and ranked 26th in her graduating class at Leonard High School. 9-Year-Oid Handles Being A Hero Well BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Desmond Pringley, Sr. said as far as his son, Desmond, Jr., is concerned, he doesn t consider himself a hero. Last Thursday night Desmond, Sr. answered a knock at his door and was greeted by two young men wearing neck ties inquiring about his ice cream truck that was parked in his front yard Before Desmond, Sr. could answer them, they re portedly forced their way in side, and attacked him Desmond Jr. witnessed the attack, and called 9-1-1, giving police descriptions of both sus pects. One suspect, Luis Morales, 18, was arrested at the scene, and the second sus pect, Andrew Portugues, 21, was arrested Thursday night at a Greyhound Bus sta tion in Fayetteville North Car olina. He will be transported back to Tampa to face charges of robbery home invasion, pos session of a firearm during the commission of a felony, armed kidnapping, and armed traf ficking in cocaine. Last Thursday, Police Chief Jane Castor visited Desmond, Jr.'s school and presented him with a Certifi cate of Valor for remaining calm and alert throughout the Desmond Pringley, Jr. with Police Chief Jane Castor, and his classmates in the background. incident Desmond, Sr. said his son is handling the fame well. "I don't think he under stands why everyone is making such a big deal out of it," said Desmond Sr. He hasn't changed at all and just wants to be a kid and have a great time. "His cousins have been hanging out with him, and he was at one of their birthda y parties this weekend." Desmond, Sr. said his son will resume his summer rou tine of playing for a y outh foot ball team I'm happy they caught th e second guy, said Desmond, Sr. "As far as my son is con cerned, he will always be my hero. He was my hero before this happened, and he reall y saved our lives." Desmond, Sr. said he s also happy to announce his son is an honor student. Mavor Rolls Back Fees For Parks And Recreation Programs On Monday, Mayor Bob Buckhorn announced major changes to the Parks and Recreation fees. He is rolling back the fees associ ated with the Parks and Recreation Department. Our parks are the founda tion for our strength as a city, and I want those parks to be welcoming and user-friendly for residents and non-resi dents alike. Despite the city's budget crunch, it's important to me that these programs, activi ties, and facilities are avail able and accessible to everyone in our community. The children who are in our parks and facilities this sum mer are children who will not be at risk to the temptation of the streets, Mayor Buckhorn said. Mayor Buckhorn will make the following changes to the fee system: A Recreation Card is re quired to participate in pro grams, classes and activities offered by th e Tampa Parks and Recreation Department Non-resident fees for a Recreation Card will now b e $30 annually per person. It was $115 annually. The an nual fee for residents is $1S per person There will be no increase for y outh participat i ng in camps or after school activi ti es. Athletic leagues will no longer require the doubl e charge of a Recreation Card and a league fee. Onl y the league fee will be required Park shelters will be m ore welcoming for midsize groups, ranging from 31 to so people, at a cost of $so. Previously, those group s had been charged at the l arge group rate of $7S Gymnasium rentals will also be reduced. The practic e rental fee will now b e $75/hour, rather than $I2S/hour. The City of Tampa offer s classes and various program ming at 2S community cen ters and gymnasiums throughout the community In addition, City operate s four art studios and 12 po ols. To learn more about th e pro grams and classes or to re serve a Parks facility, pl ease visit ta mpag ov.net/parks= andrec


eatures c $15G Home Down Pavments Housing Aulhornv seells Available AI Worllshop A free workshop to help others are Miami, Orlando 401k, etc.; ,landlord's Sentinel City Editor possible." 1'1.) those affected by the fore-and Jacksonville. name, address, phone; According to statistics, closure crisis will be held Down payment assis-bankruptcy papers, judi-The Tampa Housing Au17,000 of the 67,000 home1'1.) on Friday and Saturday, tance of $15,000 may cial decrees; and account thority is currently seeking less veterans live in the City June 22 and 23, 2012. The be available for those statements on utilities. homes for veterans. The and surrounding areas. The home buyer workshop will who qualify. Other information agency currently has housing vouchers can only be utilized be held at the Tampa ConThose who attend the needed would include cur-vouchers, but does not have when there is adequate hous-vention Center, 10 a. m. -workshop are encouraged rent address, copy of dri-enough properties. ing available. Therefore, the 7 p.m., both days. to come prepared with the ver's license, social The HUD and VASH (VetHousing Authority is cur-NeighborhoodLIFT pro-following documents for security; name, address, erans Affairs Supportive rently aggressively seeking gram, which will sponsor loan options: gross income phone numbers of former Housing) Program has proproperty owners and man-the workshop through amount; 30 days' pay employers; current vided the Tampa Housing agers to participate in the Wells Fargo and Company, stubs with year-to-date monthly expenses and any Authoritywith44ovouchers HUD/VASH Program, was created to help com-info; federal tax returns information available designated for veterans. Ryans said. munities overcome the for past 2 years, as well as about the property you Jerome Ryans, PresiThe Tampa Housing Au-dual challenge of high in-W-2s for past 2 years. would like to purchase. dent and CEO of the Tampa thority will hold its first inventories of unsold homes, To substantiate your Walk-ins are welcome, HousingAuthoritysaid, "We formational meeting on while providing assistance credit, the folloWing items however pre-registration have an obligation to look Thursday, June 28th at 1529 for prospective buyers. will be necessary: past 2 is encouraged. Go to out for those who put them-W. Main Street, from 4 p.m. Tampa is one of 4 cities months of checking acwww.neighborhoodlift.org selves in harm's way. The to 5 p.m. in Florida where the work-counts, savings account, or by calling 866-858Housing Authority will do For information should shops are being held. The CD, money market, IRA, 2151. what it can to make a differ-call Mauareti@thafl.com or ence for as many homeless (813) 253-o551, ext 120. Accident leaves one lead, 11nJured 6 Authorities Search For Answers In Case II Mother Who Choked lntantlauuhter To Death An accident Saturday on Columbus Drive at the I-4 Off :!:! ramp left one man dead and another driver injured. i In 2010, the Department of Children and Families de termined that Eboni Thompson, now 32, was not capable of taking care of _her 4-month old daughter, Markala, or her other four children. All of the children were given to their father, Marcus Harden, with the un derstanding that Thompson was not al lowed to visit them without supervision, and under no circumstances was she al lowed to be alone with Markala, according to a safety plan put together by DCF. In December 2010 Harden left Thompson a lone with Markala when he went to the store. When he returned 15 minutes later, the baby wasn t breathing Police said Thompson put her hand around Markala's neck to make her stop crying. When she stopped breathing, Thompson put her in a bassinet and tried chest compres sions but was not able to re vive the child When Harden arrived, he found the baby unresponsive, and called 9-1 -1. Markala was hospitalized and pro nounced dead shortly after her arrival. Later, a Medical Examiner found that the infant had three broken ribs and a broken arm. Harden was charged : with child neglect, and Thompson was charged EBONI THOMPSON with first-degree murder. A source reported that al though Harden knew Thompson was not al lowed to be around the chil dren, she and Harden were living together in a house on East Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. On Friday a psychologist told Judge Gregory Holder Thompson's ca pacity to understand her murder charged and her legal rights could be re stored. However, two others said there was nothing to restore because Thompson had to be treated for her severe de pression and her hallucina tions. However, they said underneath was the mind of a 6-year-old and there was no cure for that. They also said they can see no reason why Thompson should re main locked up. Doctors have said Thompson suffers from post-traumatic stress disor der due to previous domestic violence. She hears voices, and hasn t fully responded to medications for depres sion and hallucinations. Her IQ is reported to be 55 I One psychologist said an intensive restoration program over the next 6 to 12 months could get Thompson ready for trial, She would attend classes to help her under stand legal terms like plea bargaining. Two other psy chologists said there is little chance Thompson could ever be made competent. Thompson's sister, Carol Williams,_ has of fered to take care of her sis ter in her home in Virginia, but Judge Holder did not make a decision on that Fri day. He said he was m9re concerned with the psy chotic aspects, espeCially when it comes to her safety and the safety of others. Another option Judge Holder is looking at is to let mental health experts try for six months to restore her competency. He said be would make a ruling on 26th. '. Tampa Police reported that Ramon J. Ortiz-Velazquez, f 41, was driving a pickup truck southeast on Columbus Drive when he ran the red light and was struck on the passenger z side by a car driven by Iziah D. Wyche, 23, as it was exiting m r the off ramp. OJ The impact caused the truck to roll several times before it C struck a traffic light support post, trapping Ortiz-Velazquez E inside. Wyche's vehicle also spun and struck a third vehicle :1 driven by Nina Clark, 25. Z ...................................... Alert The Aorida Law States 1bal You May Be Entitled To $10,000 .For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. 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EDITOR sands and thousands of chil-their pockets. 1 e mm an your dren will not have to go to If none of these suggesin jail, in a hospital or in a BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR school for several months. tions work, then try getting casket. Trouble is so easy to TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVDRA EDWARDS, CLASSFIED MANAGI!R With no homework, no them into the Boys and Girls get into and so expensive and Sub8c:riptione-.G0-6 Months Both Editione : $87. ()()-Per Year Bolh Edltion8. onedlloflel peuMollhle a.-t -.. donoi-'Y ----oiThe.f'lorlclll..._ ....... 01--. I Pres.llnIS: The WIMer II HIS DlsclnteMI Were he a fan of Shakespeare's King Lear, FAMU president, James Ammons would have embraced that king's self-explanation, "I am a man more sinned against than sinning." If so, many would agree as Ammons takes the stage to act out what may well be the final scene of a no-confidence drama with FAMU's board of directors. We should have seen it coming. With FAMU's haz ing incident, combined with the university's other ills, such as alleged fraudulent finance reports, loss of de parbnental accreditation, and an allegation of sexual assault of a minor at a FAMU-run elementary school, some have begun to feel the pulse and count the hours of Ammons' demise. However, others such as former state Senator, AI Lawson had a different mind. When he heard Ammons was under fire, he hurried to the meeting of dis contents and not only proclaimed his support of Ammons, but hugged the man for all to see. Will James Ammons survive this most recent salvo to his legacy and leadership? Other men whose talents were as great as his have tried and wept for the loss of their efforts. But the most pressing question is lifetimes larger than one man: Will F AMU survive this latest frontal attack? Or will its enemies who have pecked away at its sleeves since slaves were freed and it was born, finally change its name? As he no doubt, considers the bigger picture, President Ammons might also be reminded of Shake speare's Richard HI when in his darkest hour, he remarks, "Now is the winter of our discontent." In deed, we can feel the cold wind blow to study for and no speClub or in the City's summer hard to get out of. I don't cial place to be all day long, recreation centers. You how disciplined your many of our youngsters will look to the Some of child is, they often tend to let face the trouble of an idle them have programs for their guard down when they mind. youngsters during the sumget with their peers and out There is an age-old saying mer months. from under the watchful that 'an idle mind is the If all of these things fail, of their parents. devil's workshop.' That ap-then have your child volunParents, you afford to children also. teer some time at some orto let your children's mind sit So, parents, you are going ganization like a senior idly on the sideline over the to have to find something citizen center, a hospital or long, hot summer. It is a fact constructive for your chilsome other similar organizathat a mind is a terrible thing dren to do during the long, tion. All of are positive to waste. hot summer. exercises and will prevent Take control of your You can start by sending your child from having an child's summer today. 1m-your children to summer idle mind and being a potenmediately find a way to keep school, if that is at all possitial for a devil's workshop. your child occupied in a very ble. If that is not possible, school is out, it positive manner. then try to help them find a doesn't mean that your Black lusic lonth: The Cakewalk: A Plantauon Dance hired out to other planta tions The cakewalk became popular as a result of the dance being performed in minstrel shows and de volved into "hammy humor on stage shows where per formers played "goofy and bumbling" exaggerated dancers. Ill _, s aid to be the only "orI I ganized and even con11111111111... doned forum for Party," by poet Paul Lau rence Dunbar). Indeed, one ex-slave fiddler was quoted as saying, "Us watched white folk's where the guests danced a minute and then paraded in a grand march with the ladies and gentlemen going different ways, and then meeting again, arm-in-arm, and marching down the center together. Typical instruments played for the cakewalk dancers were the banjo, fid dle, piano, and drum. Charles E. Johnson and his wife, Dora Jean be famous throughout America and Europe for their "simple, dignified and performance of the Cakewalk." lcllllllll llrl. The SIIDIDer servants to mock theu masen L.------------------------' ters," the Cakewalk was a i we know most students won't love it. But now that school is out for the summer, parents of 0 students should make certain their children do not take a vacation from learning. So, we have an idea. Parents, institute reading as a pastime along with practicing of basic skills in mathematics. Our rationale is elementary. As long as many Black children con tinue to lag behind other students in basic.reading and mathematics skills, no Black parent or child can af ford to take a vacation from learning. Earlier this year, Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu, a national education consultant, and author of a newly released book, There Is Nothing Wrong With Black Students, observed, "There is virtually no racial gap between Black and white home schooled students." In fact, Kunjufu found, "In grades K-through-12, both groups scored in the percentile in reading. In mathematics, most whites scored in the 82nc1. percentile while many Blacks scored in the 7fh percentile." Consequently, in order to continue doing well and keeping competitive, our public school students need to be "home-schooled" during the summer. Also, since library books are free, the only cost to : anyone is time and interest. People can help parents g with the issue of time. But only parents can be responit sible for the issue of interest dance, which began and was performed on Southern plantations. The "Prize Walk," "Chalkline Walk," and the "Walk-Around" were other names used to describe the high-stepping promenade characterized by couples lining up to form an aisle, down, which each cou ple would take a turn of ex aggerated high-stepping footwork, bending and bow ing towards each other. Slaves would dress up in their finest clothes, shoes and suits on Saturdays or Sundays and perform the high-kicking, prancing, bending and bowing that supposedly mimicked their slave master's "aristocratic, grandiose and "high, fault ing" mannerisms character istic of whites when they danced at "de Big House." Parties (Read "'The Then we'd do it, too, but we used to mock'em every step. Sometimes the white folks noticed it, but they seemed to like it. I guess, they thought we couldn't dance any better." The dances were held at the master's house on the plantation and were gener ally sponsored and judged by the plantation owners. In fact, the slave masters served as "Master of Cere monies" and presented the winning couple with a large cake. Thus, the name "cake walk" originated. The best cakewalk dancers were In his novel, The Autobi ography of an Ex-Colored Man, James Weldon Johnson described the first time he observed the cake walk at a ball. Reportedly, the music of white composer Robert Russell Bennett, John Philip Sousa, and Claude Debussy were in fluenced heavily by cake walk music. Today, versions of the Cakewalk are taught and performed in conjunction with Lindy Hop classes and workshops. Interestingly, the phrases "take the cake," "a cakewalk," and "a piece of cake" originated as deriva tives from this said to be "easy" dance. Trust me, the energetic dance itself is not "a piece of cake." Harambee!


Cancer (June 22-July 22) It's a difficult time to be on the road, but could be worth the trouble. Be prepared to defend your position courteously. Revisit an old, forgotten passion. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Don't get stuck in your ways and find new strength Think twice before you speak or commit. It's okay to be thrifty. Postpone a large expense for a few days Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Discover you re worth more than you thought ... financial planning reveals valuable insight Friends seek your wisdom. Check out an interesting suggestion Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -You're beginning a period of expansion and growth. Surround yourself with people who see eye to eye with you. Grow your efforts behind the scenes. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You're inclined to react au tomatically. Think twice before you say something you later re gret. Sta y in communication. Just read emails over before s ending Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Your loved ones encour ag e y ou to take on a challenge Children help y ou 'll disco ver something new about yourself For the next two days, creativity and romance flower Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Focus on fine-tuning your place. A partner helps y ou Get advice from a professional. Epic dreams could inspire travel. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Don t sweat the small stuff toda y Give yours e lf some time to think things over before mak ing a decision. Read the fine print twice. Take it slowly. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Avoid travel to save ex pense and hassle. Get agreements in writing to save painful misunderstandings A new assignment brings in the dough. Be thrifty. Aries (March 21-April19) -The pressure you've been under is easing. Take some time for yourself. Funny how hot water and fragrant soap can shift the perspective entirely. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Distractions abound. The trick is to refocus quickly, as there s plenty of action. Resist im petuous spending, especially gambling Take it easy to avoid ac cidents. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Your career gets a boost. Born 99 years ago today, Vince Lombardi once said "If you can t accept losing you can t win." Do the best with what you have. BOLD AND THE BEAUI'IFULBill uses his power to get Deacon out of jail; Steffy does her best to hide her pain as she watches Hope and Liam; the wedding party arrive in Italy and take in the sights. Deacon wavers on seeing through his end of the bargain, so Bill threatens him; Brooke and Ridge notice that Steffy is having an emotionally difficult time in Italy. Bill at tempts to convince Steffy not to leave Italy, nor to give up on a life with Liam; Deacon's guilt about being a part of Bill's plan intensifies when Alison tells him about what kind of person Hope turned out to be. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Will continues to proclaim his in nocence as he's arrested for Stefano's murder; EJ sneaks into the DiMera mansion; Jack tells Jennifer his book is going to be published ; Abe comforts Lexie as she grieves her father's death. EJ tells Will he wants something in return for posting his bail; John and Marlena learn about Will's arrest; Roman asks Rafe to take over Stefano s murder investigation. A memorial service is held; after upsetting Gabi Andrew vows to make it up to her; Will swears to Marlena that he's innocent; Kate burns her di vorce papers; Will tries to convince Nicole to take EJ back. GENERAL HOSPITAL Jason apologizes ; Kristina tries to shut down production. Jason runs into Liz; Kate makes arealization ; Lulu makes a deal with Johnny. McBain confronts Sonny; Starr has a talk with Johnny YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Phyllis and Nick cope with a devastating loss, while Abby risks defying Victor to sup port Jack. Phyllis and Nick have an impromptu wedding, while Daniel refuses to believe. Daisy's denial. Chloe interferes with Kevin and Genevieve s secret deal, while Abby's decision infu riates Ashley. The Sentinel "Around the Town" photographer captured Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mitchell at a wedding. Wtlhemenia Edwards and Betty Jean Williams enjoyed the morning service at First New Hope Church. Connie Ransom, Rosalind Abrams and Carlene Pyron attended the MiSs Teenager Tampa Pageant sponsored by AKA sorority. 6 en m z m r(L-R) Yvonne Matt and Jacqueline Z Cottman of St. Pete and Jewel Warren of Tampa at a Tampa Chapter of the Links m White Rose Luncheon. m % m c c! m i -< c Crystal Hargrett, Tia Grice, Joyce Austin, Tonya Chester and Sywann Carter were in attendance at the Male Club Fashion Show. i C') m en


(L-R) ANGIE, ASHLEE, GRANDMA CYNT, POP And LIL IKE Birthday wishes are going out to my youngest grandson, Lil Ike, who will be turning 12 today, June 12th. He will be celebrating today at the park with family and friends. Love you Duke, enjoy your day Love, Grandma Cyn.t. Look Who's Turning 8 SHAVONNA June 12th Happy birthday to my Princess, Shavonna. From, Mommy, KK and uncle, Gerald. :: .'CJ'S HAIR STUDIO 1/2 North 34th St. Tampa, FL 33 fATHER'S DA!I SPECIAL l'alnDttr Him With A Manicure & Peclicur:e .. o+iou 0 $25.00 (Can Be Purchased Now) .. Nail Technicians: Christina Shantel 813-2.48-6519 FYI Prostate Cancer Treatment Series Men's Health Week kicks of Monday, June uth. Moffitt Cancer Center is hosting free Prostate Cancer Treatment Series free to the public. The series, which discuss es new advances in radiation therapy, surgery prevention and treatment, kicked on Thursday, May 31St. The second session is Thursday, June 14, 2012, and the third series will be held on July 26, 2012. All session s are held at Moffitt Cancer Center at International Plaza, 4101 Jim Walter Blvd. Blood DriVe, PaacaRallv A Blood Drive and Peace Rally will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2012, n a. m.-8 p.m. in the 2100 block of Main Street. There will be gifts and prizes for those .who donate. For additional information, visit lictoral Candidate Visits Spain To Anend Conference Bennie Lewis, Jr., is shown during a presentation at a conference he attended in Valencia, Spain. He is holding two robots that were part of his presentation. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A young man who is cur rently a doctoral candidate attended a conference in Valencia, Spain. He spent a week in Spain during the conference. A Tampa native, Bennie Lewis, Jr., attended Tampa Bay Technical High School, where he first became interested in Computer Engineering. After graduation in 2002 he attended DeVry College in Orlando and earned his degree in Computer Engineering Technology in 2006. Lewis decided to continue his education and enrolled in the Master's Program at the University of Central Florida. He earned his Master's Degree as an Honor student in 2008, and was entered the Doctoral Program at the University of Central Florida. His mother Ms. Phyllis Terry Lewis, said one of the requirements for enter ing the Doctoral Program at the University of Central Florida was being an honor student. Lewis was excited about attending the confer ence and spending a week in Spain. Lewis, 28, is the only African American in the Computer Engineering Doctoral Program at the school. Lewis is also the son of Bennie Lewis, Sr., of Tampa. He is married to Mrs. Tawanna Lewis. When time allows between work and school, Lewis enjoys playing golf. He and his wife live in Orlando. Familv Needs Help Replacing Stolen Clothing On Tuesday, Rachel Dexter and her 2-year-old daughter went to a laundry on Busch Boulevard to do their laundry. It was her first time using this partic ular laundromat. Ms. Dexter said she washed her clothes, and put them in a drier before briefly going to her car to put her cell phone on the charger. When Ms. Dexter went back inside the laudromat, she discovered all of her clothes had been stolen. She had taken all of her clothes and the clothes of her daughter to the laundry, so the theft has left them devastated and with out a thing to wear. Ms. Dexter is a single parent, and is appealing to the community to help them with any items of clothing. Ms. Dexter can be reached at (813) 475-8767


__ I __________________________________ ________ First Time Delegate Excited About Anending National Democratic Convention BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently the Florida Democratic Party held its Annual Convention in down town Tampa. The event took place at the Tampa Waterside Marriott During the convention, more than 300 representa tives were chosen as Dele gates to attend the upcoming National Democratic Conven tion. This year, six African American delegates from Tampa were selected. Larry Dupree was one of those se lected. Dupree has been active in the Tampa community since arriving her several y ears ago. However, this marks tlie first time that he has been chosen to attend the convention. I really felt honored and privileged to be chosen to r e present the people in my district at the Convention this year. This will be the first time I have had the opportu nity to serve in such a posiLARRY DUPREE Chosen as a Delegate for the National Democratic Convention tion," Dupree said. After reaching adulthood in Wilmington Delaware, Dupree, 57 joined the United States Air Force After completing a 4-year stint at MacDill Air Force Base, he decided to make Tampa his home in 1977. I didn t have any family here and I really didn t know anyone. But, I started dating my wife and decided to live here. After settling in Tampa, Dupree obtained employ ment with UPS and joined the Teamsters Union, Local 79. For the past 34 years, Dupree has worked as a driver for UPS and with the Union. He currently serves as a Trustee on the Executive Board of the 4,000-member organization When time allows, Dupree enjoys fishing, bas ketball, football, and restor ing his 1969 Mustang. A member of Bible-Based Fellowship of Temple Ter race, he is married to Mrs. Marilyn Dupree and they are the parents of 3 adult chil dren and 7 grandchildren. The other delegates are: Senator Arthenia Joyner, State Rep. Betty Reed, County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., Sean Shaw, and Ms. Dianne Hart, President of the Hillsborough County Black Caucus. Ms. Ella Coffee is the only African American from Tampa selected to serve on the Credentials Committee. The national event will take place in Charlotte, North Carolina, beginning Septem ber 3, 2012. Emplovee Retires After Four Decades 11 Dedicated Service BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Oftentimes, as retirement approaches, it becomes the period in one's life when he reflects upon achievements. It is also a time one can use to measure the changes in the world around them. The coming days will be a period of reflection for Mrs. Carolyn J. Banks, who will retire from State Farm Insur ance Company at the end of the month. She began her 40year career in the old Busch Boulevard Claims Office. When she reported to work on March 15, 1972, Mrs. Banks recalls, "I noticed that there was only one African American employee. It seemed awkward due to the fact that this was a large office and the #1 automobile insur ance carrier. I began toques tion myself on whether I made a mistake on accepting this job." A month after beginning the job, she noticed that she was the only African Ameri can employee at that point. Still questioning herself, Mrs. Banks said she prayed and the answer that came to her MRS. CAROLYN J. BANKS was that she was "the chosen one. She decided that she would work to the best of her ability. Three years later, a second African American joined her in the same office. Today, the company em ployees numerous people of color. Some have become in dependent agents and have their own offices. Through the years, Mrs. Banks earned promotions and is retiring as Personal In jury Claims Adjuster, aka, No Fault. During her tenure, Mrs. Banks received her 620 All Lines License, Certifi cation of completion from State Farm University, Certifi cates for Basic Claims Courses, Medical Courses, Courses in law, and AIC. Mrs. Banks is featured in State Farm Florida's Hall of Fame, the Bronze Award for outstanding and community, she is a member of State Farm Activities Association, and she has been called on to testify in court. She also had the op portunity to travel to assist to areas to help victims of special disasters such as hurricanes. Of 1her journey, Mrs. Banks said, "I am truly blessed that State Farm had trust in me to provide remark able service, and God knows it was difficult at times. My message to the people of color is 'don't give up, you can be that chosen one as well.'" Mrs. Banks is married to Johnny Banks and is a mother and grandmother. She is a member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, and several organizations in cluding the National AssOcia tion of Professional Women, Daughters of Isis, Northeast Community Civic Association. Mrs. Banks and her hus band plan to travel and enjoy time with their family. She also plans to shop and spend time gardening. Doug Williams lsi Winner c c.. c: z m .... ,!') We congratulate Paul Gruber for being named to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Ring Of Honor. He deserves the recognition from the Glazer Family and, as do previous inductees, Lee Roy Selmon and Jimmy Giles. And although former quarterback Doug Williams may never be deemed worthy of this honor by team ownership, no one can deny Doug's contributions to the Bues and to this city. The Bues were losers before he joined the team in 1978, were competitive the five years he played here, and again became perennial losers after he left Tampa Bay for the new United States Football League (USFL). We remember how the Bues were the laughing stock of the National Football League when Doug arrived in Tampa from Grambling State University: Johnny Carson frequently joked about the team's ineptness on the Tonight Show. Doug brought heart, desire and incredible talent to a team that struggled to score points its first two years. He packed stadiums everywhere he played be cause of his dazzling passing skills -in spite of limited talent around him: often Kevin House and Giles were the only N dependable receivers he had. He ran for his life N on Sundays, played behind a weak offensive line, and never complained. Doug led the Hues to winning records three of his five years here, and they won the division in 1979 and in 1981. During his last year here, he stood with management during a player strike and encouraged Buc players to return to work. Meanwhlle, he was the lowest paid starting quarterback in the NFL: it was nunored that team 'TI owner, the late Hugh 6 Culverhouse, paid his :!! mistress more money than he paid his starting 0 quarterback. And yet, m Doug remained faithful !i to the organization until z the Oklahoma Outlaws J!! offered him the kind of m money he deserved, but which the Bues refused r to pay him. Loyalty !!I should work both ways. z After he left the Hues, they had 14 consecutive m losing seasons. !: Does Doug Williams belong in the Bues' Ring 2J Of Honor? Yes. Will he m ever be included? Proba-< bly not. But it doesn't really matter to those who -< saw him play and who c! know the truth -and m Doug WAS the truth! FRED HEARNS Tampa ,.. z c 'TI :::u WARREN DAWSON 6 221-1800 1481 ......... @lerllbave.aklall ---;.: :. : ---.:'J':.:-:-: -:.:.::: ._ :. _,:". :-:.: :.:::: :. :::: j .. : .. ": .. : ..... : .. :::. : .. : ... :"':. G) m .....


N c; Loca N N ..... w z :::) c en w :::) Central Park Reunion Organizers Announce Event Meeting 1BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Clarence Jones and a group of volunteers said they are almost ready to announce the final plans for this year's Central Park Reunion event. Jones said he expects this year's event to be the best ever. "I've been getting phone calls from a lot of elderly people who lived in Central Park Village, and they are anxious for this year's reunion. "I'm also still learning more about the history of the complex, like it opened in November 1954, and C Eddie Hodges and his it family were among the first u. ts" 0 occupan z Jones said he's still seek c( ing any and all memorabilia from residents of Central 5J Park Village, especially W those who lived there when it first opened. > Jones and his group will ffi be holding a meeting this > w Thursday from 5 p. m. until 6 p.m. to discuss the final plans for the reunion. The meeting will be held at the Robert Saunders Library on Nebraska Avenue. "Among the topics that will be discussed at the meeting will be an effort to make sure the history of Central Park Village is somehow kept alive and made a part of the Encore redevelopment project. "Central Avenue and Central Park Village has his torical moments and people that deserve to be remembered and recognized for their contributions to the Black communities of Tampa, and the achievements of their offspring. A lot of Black business owners started off along Central Avenue, and after the i976 riots, those businesses began to close, one by one. I think our children deserve to know they closed, and what happened to them and the people that owned them." 51 FYI en ::J :::) EPA Awards Grants To CleanUp contaminated Sites D. z tu ...J ...J :::) m ...J w j:: The U. S. Environmental ment of contaminated prop-Z Protection Agency (EPA) erties. w en Regional Administrator, The pilot Multi-Purpose c( Gwen Keyes Fleming was grants, funded by EPA's 9 in Tampa Thursday to award Brownfields program, will multi-purpose grants to help to conduct assessments ...J Tampa and Brooksville. Both and cleanup activities, and u. cities will receive $400,000 secure funding to eliminate each. co w The grants are to be used delays in moving from assessfor c:lean up and redevelopment to cleanup. ? Whit SciiMIIIc Prill II n-'l1llt w Eldstst SATUROo\Y, .DIE till et pm ? If w EldAs WhJ DoeM't ....... lllniMI? SA'IIIIDAY,.DIE1111 e & (11M ? Wllat's 111e Proat 11111 Tlln IlLII Aftlr Dull? SATIIIOAY,.DIE 23rd e 5 Pill ? Willi IIaMs ChrlstlaaiiJ ...... 'l1lall OIMrs? SATIIIOAY,.DIE-e 6(1JM L...;.. __ Readers Share Comments On FAMI President's Future DR. JAMES AMMONS ... President Florida A & M University BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, the Board of Trustees for Florida A & M University voted 8-4 that it has no confidence in its current president. However, Dr. James Ammons has said he will not resign, but will repair the problems at the university. Some members are upset with the method in which Dr. Ammons handled the hazing incident that led to the death of Robert Champion last November. A vote of no confidence is a step before termination. Ms. Louise Vincent said, "Yes It's unfortunate but yes he should step down." ANDRE WALKER Andre Walker said, "Dr. Ammons must go! He should be held account able for all of the problems at FAMU. I totally agree with the vote of the Board of Trustees. It's time to clean house and start anew." ROSS ANDERSON Ross Anderson said, "There is no doubt that he can lead the university, but for the sake of the university and students he needs to step down. It's not about pride, but rather the great legacy of the Marching 100. As long as he is President of FAMU the media will always cast a dark light on the FAMU, no pun intended." DR. SAMUEL WRIGHT Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr., said, "I have remained abreast of the news article concerning FAMU and did read the recent article where the BOT (Board of Trustees) gave Ammons a no-confi dence vote. I am not sure if all the allegations are true, so I really can t be the judge regarding his continuation as FAMU's leader. "My only concern is that the bad press must cease' and desist. F AMU has been a tremendous blessing to many and continues to be just that to currently enrolled matriculates. Its reputation cannot be compromised by any leader at this time!" ATIORNEY CLINTON PARIS Attorney Clinton Paris said, "Parents, students, staff, faculty, alumni, taxpayers and everyone that supports or has an interest in FAMU should be confi dent that when students participate in university sanctioned activities such as the band, there will be no hazing, bullying, battery, and other forms of humilia tion. "As President of Florida A & M University, Dr. Ammons failed to eradicate this problem and as a result a student is dead. The Board of Trustees' noconfidence vote reflects the public's lack of confidence in his leadership. FAMU s glorious history and promising future warrant Dr. Ammons' resignation so that the FAMU community can begin the process of healing and moving forward." JAMES RANSOM James Ransom said, "I believe that Dr. James Ammons' handling of the hazing incident is a singular matter among other elements of his overall per formance as the President of Florida A & M University (FAMU) that should be con sidered when reviewing his overall job performance. "Notable questions should include whether Dr. Ammons has the capacity to lead since he should have known what was happening. What about his integrity? He sought to blame and fire others for his own shortcomings. One firing was reversed by the board. The FAMU board is not without scruti ny because they should not have allowed this issue to exacerbate. They have dragged FAMU through an unnecessary quagmire. Remember the recent Penn State controversy. The Penn State board took control by conducting the investigation, which ultimately found the president culpable and he was terminated. The FAMU board's vote of no confidence for Dr. Ammons confirms that they should have conducted their own investigation rather than allow him to conduct his. "The F AMU board should be fair and Dr. Ammons should be allowed due process. However, the greater good must be to pro tect F AMU. It may be time to wish Dr. Ammons well and allow him to leave with dignity and move forward in the best interest of preserv ing the great historic legacy and continued existence of this beloved institution, FAMU."


Don ThiiiPson/Biake And iddleten's Annual Alumni Choir Concan Family and friends gathered for the Don Thompson/Blake and Middleton's Alumni Family And Friends Choir held their Annual Alumni Choir Concert. The event is held to rruse funds for graduating seniors at each of the schools. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) Middleton Alumni Family and Friends shown in this photo are: Front center, left to right) Carolyn Burney, Vice President, and Margaret O'Neal, President. Members of the Don Thompson/H.W. Blake Alumni Choir in this photo are: Sadie Perry, Mary Taylor Alfonso Thornon, Robert Rice, Jacqueline Tensley Jones, Robert Taylor, Mildred Watson and Marion Jones. Seated, Erma Griffin (President), and Yolanda Baham. row 0 to r): Arthur Cannon, Sybil Christian, Patricia Cannon, Patsy Black, Willie Brown, Dorthenia H. Jackson, llllian Hodgson, Mattie Pima mang, Yvonne Douglas, and Sandra Carleston. row 0 to r): Ray Cobb, Samuel Hicks, Elizabeth Fennell, Patricia Coger, Mary Myers, Cynthia Few, and Marilyn Hicks. "TT ,.. BYTAMECA JOHNSON Sentinel Freelance Writer Abe Brown Ministries is getting help advancing the services it provides to prison inmates, ex-offenders and their families. First Baptist Church of College Hill and former Tampa Bay Bucca neer Anthony "Booger" McFarland are assisting the ministries with its First Annual Abe Brown Legacy Golf Tournament. The Golf Ministry at First Baptist Church of College Hill came up with the tour nament idea in an effort to raise much needed funds to assist Abe Brown Ministries with general operations costs used for its prison crusades, family prison visits, food pantry and the transitional living programs it provides. "Each year, we end up with an operating shortfall that we have to address, says Abe Brown Ministries President, Robert Blount, III. Hopefully, additional fund development activities like the golf tournament will help close the gap. Despite the economic challenges across the coun-REV. ABE BROWN try, Abe Brown Ministries has managed to thrive and advance the services it pro vides. It recently opened a third transitional house for ex-offenders in East Tampa, started a Student Athlete Content of Character Pro gram teaching character traits to young athletes and it launched its video ing techno l ogy to help incar cerated mothers and their children stay connected. Blount says the golf tournament and other dona tions received by the min istries will advance those programs and help develop n e w ones. Our future plan is to ex pand our video conferencing 0 :0 6 )> inistries, ot us But Thrivi u. 0 m z m r aJ c: ,.. ,.. ROBERT BWUNT, III program to include the male inmates at Polk Correctional Institution so children and incarcerated fathers can stay connected. We also have a vision to establish a work force development entity for ex-offenders, something like a Work Force Alliance. We're looking to replicate a successful nationally recog nized program called 'Ready 4 Work,' which is designed for citizens returning to the community after incarcera tion. This program would not be limited to those in our transitional program, but available for ex-offenders countywide. The unemployment rate in the Tampa area is 8.5 per.cent, but Blount points out for ex-offenders, the number drastically jumps to 6o per cent .. The ministry hopes to duplicate a model used in Jacksonville where the busi ness community invests, trains and employs ex-of fenders. Abe Brown Ministries was founded by the late Rev erend Abraham Brown more than 35 years ago. He was a former high school ad ministrator, beloved football coach, Pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill and a local icon admired across the THE state. He died in 2010 after z an ongoing battle with can"'0 cer. "Booger" McFarland !: has helped secure a number 0 of corporate sponsors and ffi celebrity golfers for the tourC nament fundraiser, but more golfers are still needed. The m tournament takes place Saturday, July 28 at Innisbrook -t Resort and Spa. Non-golfers can support the event by at0 tending a banquet at that location on Friday, July 27. For more information call (813) 247-3285 or log on to C livethebrownlegacy .com. "Force of the Future The Kingdom Man" Sat11l'day -June 16,1012 + 9AM -lPM lJ.fun.Uiu Florlllll Cmur, Florld11 postle Gregory L. Anderson Conference Host & Senior Pastor WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM Q m

Loca N' .,... Man Navar Thought About Barbaring As A Career MAURICE ROLLE Q ii: Maurice Rolle was the &L captain of the football team at King High School for 3 c( years. After graduation, he attended a school in Q Tennessee before transfer ff} ring to Florida State University. > Rolle said he thought that ffi he would become a profes> sional football player, but W the time he spent at 5:) Tennessee took his passion ::Z::: away for the sport. "I studied Civil Engineer m ing and Business Administration at Florida z State In 2001, I returned to i= Tampa and started working in the mortgage business for 5 7 years. I also dabbed in the m housing market until it bot uj tomed out. That's when I z started rooking for another i= career." ffi Rolle said he has been (/) c( Q a: 0 ...I &L cutting hair since elementary school, but never thought about doing that as a career. However, after things didn t work out with the mortgage company and the housing industry, he decided to attend barbering school. "I never thought this would be my future, but God had other plans for me. I was able to save some money, purchase some equipment, and along with my fiance, Kendra Wilson, we found a build ing, and we opened 30/30 Barbershop and Salon. "We came up with the name of the shop in recog nition of both of our birth days being on the 30th." Rolle said they were ini tially looking for a location in the New Tampa area, and after 4 months, they found their shop on Busch Boulevard near Chamberlain High School. We have a unique business, because we offer our customers complimentary drinks, snacks, and free WiFi, and a family atmosphere. We also have plenty of parking spaces available. Rolle said business has been great, and h e has a full staff of 4 barbers working with him. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@jlsen tinel.cozn. Prevention & Education Extractions Crow1;1s & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (ReaQ Available *Patient Relaxation Encore Proiect Receives 1,000 Friends 01 Florida's aener CODIDIIDiiV Award' TALLAHASSEE -Downtown Tampa' s Encore project is receiving 1000 Friends of Florida s Better Community Award. The award was presented Friday, June 8 2012 at Urban Land Institute Florida Statewide Summit held in St. Pete rsburg Encore i s located a halfmile from downtown Tampa, Channelside and historic Ybor City. The 28-acre brownfield property previously was home to the low-rise Central Park Village public housing com plex. One of the first communities in Florida to seek LEE D-N eigh borhood Development recognition, Encore ties into the existing LEROY MOORE COOTHA infrastructure network and features numerous sustain able features. The state-of-the -art master infrastructure was funded utilizing $28 million in federal Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 grant funds and $1,000,000 in State of Florida Economic Development grant funds. The master infrastructure contract was completed in May 2012 Wilbert Malphus and Sons was the major contractor. Attending the presenta-tion were: Charles Pattison, FAICP, President, 1,000 Friends of Florida, Roxanne Amoroso, Senior Vice President, Bane of America Community Development Corporation; Leroy Moore, Senior Vice President/COO, Housing Authority of the City of Tampa; Ronald L. Weaver, Vice President, Sterns Weaver Miller W eissler Alhadeff and Sitterson. Ta11pa Chapter 11 Alpha lappa Alpha Sororitv Panners With REACHUP From left are La Cheryl Aikens, CaSandra Washington, Lo Berry (President of REACHUP), Electa Davis and Cassandra Brown. Gamma Theta Omega Chapter' of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated partnered with REACHUP Incorporated/ Central Hillsborough f Healthy Start (CHHS) to present the 2nd Annual REACHUP Choice Awards. The event was held at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church on May 2, 2012 during CHHS's Community Consortium meeting. The REACHUP Choice Awards recognizes women for their progress within the CHHS program. Members of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated made a contribution to this year's Choice Awards with gifts for all the mothers. REACH UP, Inc. is a 501 community nonprofit whose mission is to advocate for and mobilize resources to help communities achieve equality in healthcare and positive health for families.


Government News 2 Tampa Gets S1Million rom Red-light Runners Red-light runners have paid Tampa $3.4 million in fines since the city began snapping pictures of them in the act last fall at several major intersections. paying the Arizona company overseeing the red light camera program, the city earned just under $1 million from traffic violators between November and April, budget director Den nis Rogero told the City Council today. Supervisor ol Elecuons ODice To Hold Reprecincting Meeting After splitting the rev enue with the state, then The city began installing red light cameras last year in hopes of reducing crashes and pedestrian fatalities at major intersections. So far, the city has 28 cameras watching 15 Some Candidates Unopposed In Upcoming Elecdon The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Of fice will hold a meeting with community representatives on Tuesday, June 12, to dis cuss the methodologies in volved in the recent reprecincting process, show new district maps, and an swer attendee questions. The meeting will take place at the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week was the time individuals were required to qualify as a candidate. Some offices has several candidates challenging the incumbents, but others elected officials will automatically serve an other term. Those who will automati cally serve another term in Hillsborough County are: Pat Frank, Clerk of Circuit Court; Doug Belden, Tax Collector ; County Commis sioner Sandra Murman and Commissioner Les Miller, Jr. State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Hillsborough County State Attorney Mark Ober, and Hillsborough County Public Defender Ju lianne Holt will automati. cally serve another term as well. Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee faces write-in candidate Robert Wirengard. Eddie Adams, Jr., Bill Kee, and Evelio "EJ" Otero are challenging in cumbent Kathy Castor for the U.S. Representative Seat. State Representative Betty Reed will face Ta tiana Denson for District 61 and Wesley Warren is challenging Janet Cruz for the District 62 post. Four individuals, Ronda Storms, Rob Townsend, James DeMio and Robert Henriquez are challenging Rob Turner for the Hills borough County Property Appraiser's seat In the County Commis sioner Race, Sharon Calvert is challenging Vic tor Crist for the District 2 s eat; Joy Green and Mark Nash are challenging incum b e nt AI Higginbotham for the District 4 seat; and Kevin Beckner is being challenged by Steve Cona, Margaret Iuculano, and Don Kruse for the District 6 seat. Dr. Earl Lennard, Hillsborough County Super visor of Elections, will not Reprecincting, the PAT FRANK Hillsborough County Clerk of Circuit Court Unopposed DOUG BELDEN Hillsborough County Tax Collector Unopposed LES MILLER, JR. Hillsborough County Commissioner Unopposed process of adjusting precincts to conform to dis trict lines drawn as a result of the redistricting process, is expected to have a minimal impact on voters who cast their ballot on Election Day, while saving the county an estimated $105,000 in costs for the upcoming election cycle. "With an increasing num -ARTHENIA JOYNER State Senator Unopposed MARKOBER Hillsborough County State JULIANNE HOLT Hillsborough County Public Defender Unopposed Attorney Unopposed seek re-election. Craig La timer, Richard Glorioso and Thomas Scott are com peting to fill that vacancy. Voters will elect four members of the Hillsborough County School Board this year. Susan Valdes is being challenged by Eduardo Cal cines for the District 1 Seat; Leo Perrella and Cynthia Stuart are challenging in cumbent Jack Lamb for the District 3 seat; and Incum bent Doretha Edgecomb is being challenged by Henry Ballard, Jr., for the District 5 Seat. DREAM BIG ACHIEVE BIG Incumbent Carol Kur dell is facing five opponents for the District 7 seat The challengers are: Joe Robin son, Terry Kemple, Carl Kosierowski, Robert McElheny, and Michael Weston. The majority of the judges in Hillsborough County are unopposed. However Joelle Ober will face John Grant, III, in Group 3 County Court Judge Christine Vogel will not seek re-election to the seat in Group 4 Frances Perrone, Barbara Twine-Thomas, and Lanell Williams Yulee are competing for the judgeship. CAREER TRAINING IN: > Medical Assistant > Basic X-ray Technician > Medical Office Assistant > Surgical Technology LINCOLN IS A PARTNER IN YOUR SUCCESS AND OFFERS: > Convenient day and evening classes > Financial aid for those who qualify > Career placement assistance upon graduation SCHEDULE A CAMPUS TOUR TODAY 800.790.01281 LincolnTech.com 8800 PARK BLVD. SEMINOLE, FL33777 ber of voters in Hillsborough County casting their ballots prior to Election Day, consol idating precincts not only en ables us to save money for the county, but it also allows for the better utilization of resources for the other voting methods. Some of those methods are quickly gaining in popularity such as Vote By Mail and Early Vote," Dr. Earl Lennard, Hillsbor ough County Supervisor of Elections said. The reprecincting plan was approved by the Bo. ard of County Commissioners on May 16, 2012, and has now been sent to the Department of Justice for further ap proval. All registered voters in Hillsborough County will soon receive a new voter in formation card that will list the voter's district, precinct, polling place and other elec tion p related information. c c.. c z m ..... N C) ..... N 'T1 r-0 ::D i5 ,. en m z m r-aJ c r r-!!l z c m ru; :z:: m c m < m m en c ,. z c 'T1 ::D i5 Q "' ..... -


1-llsborouuh Countv Democrar c Black ca cus 30th Annual Banquet/ ala z c( c ffi :::) ... w > w c w The Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus was the host for the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida' s 30th' Annual Conference that was held May 11-13,2012. The theme of the confer ence was "Are You In?" The workshops and panel discussions on .Saturday were well attended, and the topics were: Voter Empowerment and GOTV; 2012 Legislative Session R eview and Redistric ting; Coalition Building and Social Networking and the Legacy of Leadership Luncheon, with featured speaker, Nicole Price, Florida Operation Vote Director. The honorary co-chairs were Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Senator Arthenia Joyner, and State Representative Betty Reed. The gala featured Professor Charles Ogletree as the keynote speaker, and Atty. Willie E. Gary was the celebrity Master of Ceremony. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) :::Z::: Special guest and speakers, Professor Cha.rles Ogletree (Howard Schoolof Law) and Master of Ceremony, Willie E CD Gary, Esq. D. z t= w ..J ..J :::) CD ..J w Hillsborough Democratic Black Caucus Committee members are (left to right): Dr. Bruce Miles, Heddie M. Sumpter, Dianne Hart, Professor Charles Ogletree (keynote speaker), and Earl Rutledge. Meet and 'greet night attendees were Oeft to right): Howard Harris, LaVonne Grayson and Marvin Martin. Attending the Caucus were: (first row): Mayor Bob Buckhorn, State Representative Betty Reed, Willie E. Gary, Esq., State Senator Arthenia L. Joyner, Dr. H. Bruce Miles, State DBCF President and Dianne Hart, HCDBC President. Second Row: Lydia Hudson, Earl Rutledge, HCDBC Planning Committee Co-chair, Yvette Lewis, Quinton Robinson, Rev. Willie Dixon, Tarance Lenoir, Michelle Morrell, Robin Lockett, Christopher Cano, Janee Murphy, and Jeral McCants. Planning committee members not pictured: John Bowden, Regina Gambrell, Howard Harris, Carlene Pearson, Dexter Rami.lddson, Sean M. Shaw and Heddie Sumpter, HCDBC Plannin$ Committee Co-chair. Dianne Hart, Atty. Willie Gary, Michelle Patty, Hakim Aquil, Jesse Patty, Robin Lockett, and Jarvis El-Amin. Atty. Willie Gary and Kareem Kirk, grandson of Mary McLeod Bethune. Guests attending the event were, Tarance D. Lenoir and Albert Taylor. Caucus members (left to right) are, Dr. Bruce Miles, state president DBCF and Monroe Mack. Sitting at a table for the book signing and sales were: Tangela Murph-Bailey, Mary Murph, and Bobby Ba.iley.


m Belmont Heights linle league Completes 2012 Season Coach Dan Reeves and the Belmont Heights Little League Junior and Senior Teams. BELMONf HEIGIITS LITI..E LEGUE COACHES 2012 Belmont Heights Little League has completed the 2012 season ending with the annual park picnic. All were in attendance to help close out the season and it was fun for all. An old-fashioned barbecue was served along with all the fixings. It s our way of giving back to the park, players, parents, sponsors, and the community," said Sonja Alexander, Vice President. This park has been a long time staple in this commu nity, and we work very hard to bring it back to its former glory. I just want everyone to know that this is an act of love for the community, children, and Belmont heights itself. We are a totally volunteer organiza tion No one here is paid for their service. We all have jobs and families, but some thing about this park draws us here year after year." There are dedicated board members that no longer live in the East Tampa commu nity, but have fond memorials of Belmont Heights Little League. The executive board has a great feeling that they are providing a safe place for not only the children, but the parents and grandparents to come out and see a ballgame in their backyard. Belmont Heights Little League is led by President, Artis Gambrell, and they are continuing to do great things under his watch. Belmont Heights Little League was granted historic status and a plaque was placed on 22nd Street as well as a mural painted at the 22nd Street police substation, acknowledging their place in baseball history. Vice President, Sonja Alexander brings organi zation, skill, and a conces sion stand that is the envy of many parks in the district, as well as outside. "We couldn't do it without the community, and dedi:. cated sponsors that in what we are doing," said Ms. Alexander. "This year as in the past, the park closed with the junior and senior league players challenging the coaches, led by board member and t-ball coach, Rashaard Fennell, tQ a baseball game where the winner not only bad brag ging rights, were awarded trophies, and as in years past, the players once again in grand fashion, out played the coaches with a 9-1 win. chael Jenkins Hosts Footbaii.CIIDP (/) c c.. c: z m ..... Professional football player, Michael Jenkins, held a foot1'1) ball camp recently, and it was well supported by the commu nity. (PHOTOS BY BRUNSON) J,j..., JI'MIUMS HIC ,.,., MP FGOTIAJJ. CA 2Gl1 Teryll and Ebonee were with Nicholes and Bryce Jenkins at the camp. From left to right: Shawn Wabon, Don Jenkins, Jr. Big Mike Job.nson and Harry Douglas. ..... w


Pres. Obama Pavs Tribute To N.Y. Giants C WASHINGTON ffi President Barack Obama and New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin share the same goal getting back to the White House next year. Obama honored the Super Bowl champions on Friday, noting the similari ties between the Giants' 2008 championship and its most recent triumph. "They ended up winning with a circus catch in the fourth quarter, MVP perfor mance by Eli Manning ... a come-from-behind win over the Patriots. So this is all starting to sound kind of like deja vu all over again," Pres. Obama said. In his speech, Coughlin injected some political ref erences for a president in the heart of a re-election campaign, telling his team and guests on the South Lawn that he hoped coming back to the White House "was not a twice-in-a-life time experience." "We both have a goal to get back here next year. We have a lot of work to do, Coughlin said to cheers and a pat on the back from Pres. Obama. Three Killed, Three wou ad At Shoounu Near Auburn Campusz .... Auburn Police Chief Tommy Dawson holds up a ...J photo of Desmonte :::) Leonard, the gunman police ID aresearcbingfor. ...J w z i= z AUBURN, Ala. Investigators were searchc( ing Sunday for a gunman e who killed three people a: including two former 9 Auburn University football &L players and wounded three others at a pool party near campus after several men got into a fight over a woman, authorities and wit nesses said. One of the wounded was shot in the head and criti cally hurt. Another was a w current player, Eric Mack. Desmonte Leonard opened fire at the Saturday night party at an apartment complex near the university, Auburn Police Chief Tommy Dawson said. Federal marshals and police were searching for Leonard, who faces three counts of capital murder. Slain were Edward Christian, who had not been playing because of a back mJury, and Ladarious Phillips, who had previously quit playing football. The other person killed was 20-year-old, Demario Pitts. Officials also said Xavier Moss and John Robertson were wounded. Robertson had been shot in the head and was in criti cal condition; Moss was released from the hospital. Police emphasized that the shootings didn't appear to have anything to do with some of the victims being former or current players on the university's powerhouse football team, which won the national championship in 2010. Warram Issued ForEx-Uon CHARLF.S ROGERS SAGINAW, Mich. A judge has ordered the arrest of Charles Rogers after the former Detroit Lions wide receiver failed to appear at a court hearing in Saginaw. The 31year old is charged with making a malicious phone call and conspiring to commit that crime on March 5-6, and possessing marijua na, possessing an open con tainer of alcohol in a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle on a suspended or revoked license in December The No. 2 overall pick in the 2003 NFL Draft was scheduled to attend a pre trial hearing on Wednesday. Saginaw County District Judge A.T. Frank gave Rogers until the end of the working day to appear. When Rogers didn' t show, the judge issued a bench war rant. Veteran Receiver Sat To RedreAsl Ran DEJUUCK MASON OWINGS MILLS, Md. Wide receiver Derrick Mason appears ready to head into retirement as a member of the Baltimore Ravens. Mason was joined by Ravens general manager, Ozzie Newsome and head coach, John Harbaugh at a news conference Monday afternoon. The 38 year-old Mason played 15 years in the NFL, six of them with Baltimore. Mason is the Ravens' fran chise leader in receptions (471) and yards receiving (5,777). He ranks second behind Todd Heap with 29 touchdown catches and set a single-season franchise record with 103 receptions in 2007. LeBron, 1 at To Take On Young Thunder In Finals After surviving the Celtics, LeBron James and the Heat get the Thunder's young guns in the NBA finals. Kevin Durant, Russell and the rest of the Western Conference champions will host Game 1 on Tuesday night when the NBA's championship series goes to Oklahoma City for the first time. The Thunder finally got their opponent Saturday night when the Heat finished off the Celtics with a 101-88 victory in Game 7, sending Miami to its second straight finals berth. James had 31 points and 12 rebounds to set up a mar quee matchup with Durant, the NBA's scoring champion whom he beat out for the league's MVP award. The Thunder will host the first two games before the series moves to Miami for Games 3 and 4 Celtics-Heat Game 7 Ratings A Record The Miami Heat's win over the Boston Celtics to reach the NBA finals bas drawn the highest preliminary television rating for an NBA playoff game on cable since records started being kept in 2003. Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals Saturday night on ESPN produced a 9.1 overnight rating. The network said Sunday that the three highest overnight ratings for NBA games on cable have come during this series. Broncos LB Tweets Picture 01 PlaVbeek ENGLEWOOD, Colo. Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams appeared to reveal defensive formations when he sent out a picture of his digital playbook on his Twitter account. The Broncos gave the players iPads this offseason as an alternative to more customary playbooks and Wllliams posted a picture on his account. He sent an accompanying tweet that said: "Coach just told me I have to learn a new position over the weekend, we have IPads as playbooks now, but D. J. WIUJAMS I'm old skool I'm using flash cards." The picture was eventual ly taken down. Chad Ochoclnco Wants To Plav For iami Dolphins If Chad Ochocinco gets his way, he'll be suiting up twice next year against the team that just released him. Two days after the New England Patriots cut ties with Ochocinco after a dismal 2011 season, Ochocinco's wish for his next destination is the Miami Dolphins. The move would be benefi cial on some fronts for both sides. Ochocinco has roots in South Florida, and he attended Miami Beach High School. And for the Dolphins, it would bring some star power to the team, something CHAD OCHOCINCO that owner Stephen Ross has always wanted, but usual ly failed to bring to the orga nization.


Judges handed Timothy Bradley a stunning split decision over Manny Pacquiao. LAS VEGAS -Timothy Bradley promised to shock, though the biggest shock in his fight with Manny Pacquiao came from the judges' scorecards. In a fight Pacquiao seemed to have in hand, two judges decided otherwise, giving Bradley a split decision Saturday night and ending the Filipino fighter's remarkable seven-year unbeaten run. Promoter Bob Arum fumed, the crowd at the MGM Grand arena booed, and Pacquiao seemed stunned when the decision was announced. Arum said there would be a November rematch, though he blasted the way the decision went down. "I've never been as ashamed of the sport of boxing as I am tonight," said Arum, who handles both fighters. Bradley came on strong in the later rounds, winning five of the last six rounds on two scorecards and four on the third. He won us-113 on two scorecards, while losing on the third by the same margin. Banks Accepts Seahawks Minlcamp Trvoutoner BRIAN BANKS SEATTLE -Brian Banks isn't going to pass up an offer from Seattle coach Pete Carroll to keep his NFL dreams alive. The 26-year-old Banks was a one-time high school star at Long Beach Poly who was recently exonerated in a California rape case in which he was falsely accused. Banks served more than five years in prison and was on probation wearing an elec troqic monitoring bracelet around his ankle when a judge threw out the conviction late last month. Banks pleaded no contest 10 years ago on the advice of a lawyer after a childhood friend falsely accused him of attacking her on their high school campus. In a strange turn of events, the woman later recanted her claim and offered to help Banks clear his name after he was out of prison, a process that led to his convic tion being overturned and his record cleared. Banks had a private work out at the Seahawks' practice facility last Thursday where he was put through a variety of drills and ran a 40-yard dash. Banks, a star linebacker in high schoo l measured 6-foot-2 and 239 pounds and is getting looked at as a linebacker option for the Seahawks. Following the workout, Carroll said he wanted to bring Banks' back for the minicamp and see him on the field. Darrelle Revis said on Thursday that he wants to retire with the New York Jets, but won't guarantee that he'll be at training camp in July. Tba11as lelras II ICIIIIIIII Ballngl F THOMAS HEARNS CANASTOTA, NY -At the 23rd International Boxing Hall of Fame's induction ceremony on Sunday, boxing legends made up the 2012 class: Thomas "The Hitman" Hearns, Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson, trainer Freddie Roach, ring announcer Michael Buffer, write r Michael Katz, and AI Bernstein, the noted boxing analyst for Showtime. Hearns fought in the magnificent era of the 1980s, taking on Marvin Hagler, Ray Leonard and Roberto Duran in some of boxing's most famous fights. He was the first fighter to win five world titles in five different divisions. Johnson was the first African-American to claim the flyweight and super-flyweight titles. Roach, trains Manny Pacquiao. JESSICA The heat has returned, so It's up to us to keep the fire burning as we return by popular demand this week's beauty Untlmlted feature, Jessica. Just in case you for.got, Jessica loves the spotlight, but doesn't mind sharing It with her friends. She also enjoys spending quality time with her fami ly. Jessica believes that her inner strength will launch her to the top very soon, but in the meantime, she will just keep working hard to reach her goal. Jessica says the man in her life must truly be someone spe cial, and he also must be mature, selfreliant, handsome, and has some idea of where he's gong in life. Congratulations to Jessica as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're Interested In being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your Information and photo, Including a contact number to: lcrews@ftsentlnel.com. "1'1 r-, Q :!! c ,.. f/) m z m r-m c r r-g; z ., c m !: f/) :l: m 0 m < m c m c ,.. z c "1'1 J3 6


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inment one Hall 01 Yinu Yanu Twins Busted For DUI DEONGEW HOLMES The Ying Yang Twins' Deongelo Holmes or D Roc was arrested on June 1 by Georgia's Gwinnett County police for 7 offenses including driving while under the influence. When stopped by the ar resting officers police re portedly discovered that the rapper had two of his young children ages 2 months and 3 years old in the vehicle with him. Holmes was pulled over by authorities when they no ticed his SUV dangerously weaving several times on the road. Marv J. Bliue To Plav Benv Shabazz MARY J. BLIGE Soul songstress Mary J. Blige's career is picking up quite a bit of steam these days as she flips the switch from singing to acting. Blige has been struck by drama fever, landing the role of Dr. Betty Shabazz in the up coming TV film Parallel Lives. The film is set to portray the lives of Dr. Shabazz and Coretta Scott King, and the relationship they shared as the wives of two slain civil rights icons. Blige said that she has been delving into her latest role. ''I' m playing Betty and prepping for that now I've been studying her online and watching her interviews." Audra McDonald Takes Best Acuess At The Tonrs Audra McDonald, Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical for Porgy and Bess. Audra McDonald was l. (; ..... ro .. ': : r; I ... ;:. ... ""Jti'::,.....S named best lead actress in a musical and her The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess" was named best musi ca l revival. This is her fifth Tony Award, tying the competi tiv e record held by Angela Lansbury and Julie Harris. I was a little girl with a potbelly and afro puffs hy peractive and overdramatic. And I found the theater, and I found my home, Mc Donald said. Looking at her daughter, she said her big night wasn't as wonderful as the night her daughter was born. .... >:-:a I..,. ,r,. : : '1! ,.. :J ... call Dr. Cross Now. 1 800 'JS I 1161 1 800 116/loll free Dr. ere. can hepyou>Mtere all others have failed. Rlcllles Makes Racist Joke About President Obama DON RICKLES In his more than so-year career, comedian Don Rickles has been known to inject racism into his set, and his latest quip targeted PresidentObama. The 86-year-old was on hand to honor actress Shirley MacLaine, at the AFI Life Achievement Awards, Thursday (June 7), where he used the platform to test a tasteless joke about the commander in chief. "I shouldn't make fun of the Blacks, he said "President Obama is a personal friend of mine. He was over to the house yesterday, but the mop broke." Audience members were not receptive to the joke. Pres. Obama has been the focus of Rickles sets in the past. CHRIS ROCK Circus animals and space beasts have lifted Hollywood to a huge weekend The cuddly critters of "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" led the week end with a $60.4 million debut domestically, followed by a big open ing for Ridley Scott's alien saga Prometheus at No. 2 with $50 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Dream Works Animation's "Madagascar 3" was the family favorite for the week end, reuniting voice stars Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, Jada Pinkett Smith and David Schwimmer as the zoo animals continue their travels by joining a circus. The previous weekend's top draw, Universal's "Snow White & the Huntsman," slipped to third place with $23 million, raising its do mestic total to $98.5 million. Sony's "Men in Black 3 H finished fourth with $13.5 million, putting its domestic receipts at $135.5 million. Kim Kardashian Buvs Kanve A lamborghini KANYE WEST And KIM KARDASHIAN There are perks to dating Kim Kardashian The reality star gifted Kanye West with a $750,000 Lamborghini for his 35th birthday Laurvn Hill Explains Whv She Didn1 Pav Her Taxes One day after she was charged with failing to pay her taxes for three years, Lauryn Hill is responding to the allegations. Ms. Hill posted a mes sage on her Tumblr page in which she explained why she chose not to pay her taxes. During the years in ques tion 2005-2007, the mother of six explained how she "re moved herself and her family from society, in order to keep them safe, healthy, and free from danger." Despite her financial sue-LAURYNHILL cess the 37-year-old ex plained how she lived a more simple life. I left a more mainstream and public life, 0 in order to wean both myself, :!! and my family, away from a lifestyle that required distoren tion and compromise as a ; means for maintaining it.,. ..., z m Rapper lil Phat Killed r-aJ c r rTrill Fam rapper Lil Phat succumbed to gunshot wounds after being shot out side of an Atlanta hospital. Phat, born, Melvin Ver nell, III was identified as the victim of a shooting that took place near Northside Hospital Women's Center. The rapper, who fre quently collaborated with Webbie and Lil Boosie, was reportedly sitting in a parked car in the health ceo-LILPHAT ter's parking deck when he was shot several times He was pronounced dead shortly after being transported to the nearby hospi tal. !!l z -a c aJ r-c;; :z: m c m < m -4 c: m en c > z c


MISS JOHNNYE MAYEDAVIS Ms. Johnnye Maye Davis completed her life's journey on June 7, 2012, at the Melech Hospice House in Temple Terrace, FL. She began her life on August 29, 1944. Her par ents, George and Peggy C Davis, who preceded her in death, were delighted with her birth. z Johnnye attended pub < lie schools in Hillsbor ough Councy and graduated from Middlew ton Senior High School in 1961. While attending Middleton, she was a w member of the National [ij Honor Sociecy, the Y 0 Teens, the Spanish Club, w and the Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Club. She ::J earned a psychology de gree from Florida A&M Universicy in 1965. Johnnye retired from tij the Florida Department ...1 of Labor Employment ...1 dTr .. ::: an a1mng. ID She spent the balance uj of her days helping her nieces and nephews. Johnnye is survived w by: her siblings, Rossi Davis Triplett, James c Davis, Bette Davis, and John Davis. g The family will gather u. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, to celebrate Johnnye's life, and remember her kind and loving spirit on Friday,June15,2012,att2 noon. The interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Ave. A HARMON BURIAL ..... AliENS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Velda Jean Roberts, Tampa, Florida Mr. J.D. Long, Tampa, Florida GUDES FUNEULHOME Mrs. Fatema Mandvi wala, Tampa. Mr. Herman Telfair, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Ms. Betcy Jessie, Tampa. Ms. Myra Lee, Tampa. Mr. Ernest Reid, Tampa. Ms. Lenda Thompson, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Grace Davis, Riverview, FL. Rev. Charles A. Perry, Sr., Tampa. Ms. Eyvonne Pope, Tampa. BURIAL INSURANCE F--.Celt ........ S71f/11/11111 $11,-....... ,...... "-" Cll ... ,.."" FR& ....... Ollie. ,... 1111'1111 At Oily $20.00 Plr Moatll NFL Legends, Coaches Anend BCU AD's Funeral Service More than 1,000 people filled the Performance Arts Building to pay their tribute to former Bethune-Cookman University Athletic Director the late lloyd "Tank" Johnson. Many NFL and college coaches were in attendance (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) These former BCU head football coaches came to pay tribute to former athletic direc tor, lloyd "Tank" Johnson. From left to right: Bobby Frazier, Alvin "Shine" Wyatt, and NFL Hall of Farner and former BCU head football coach, Larry little. National Links were also in attendance. They were Mae Frances Davis, and Unks President, Dr. Ann Taylor. BCU Alumni, Julian Jackson, god-son of Tank Johnson, served as a pallbearer. The mother of NBA star, Vince Carter, Marian Carter, was in attendance. Janice and Rodger Jackson Dennis were at the event. John Douglas of Tampa attended the service. National len llleaiiiiV Suing To lecoma Memb n OllllhiiiDDIIIDhl Slrorttv Several Men Interested in AKA (MIAKAs) are threaten i ng to sue the sorority if they are not allowed to become m embe rs of the organization The group is allegedly claim i ng that they are being discriminated against based on sexual orientation. The group formed an unof ficial AKA chapter at Texas Southern University and Prairie V i ew A&M. They were seen in pictures wearing Pink and Green, the colors of t he sorority throwing up their pinkies, and making the famous "skee wee sound that women make in the sorority. New Bond Hearing Set For Travvon Martin Shooter A new bond hearing is set for George Zimmerman, the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer charged in the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager. The hearing is set for the morning of June 29. Zimmerman returned to jail Sunday because his $150,ooo bond was revoked after prosecutors claimed he and his wife, Shellie, de ceived the court during an April bond hearing. At the hearing Shellie Zimmerman testi fied that the couple had limited funds for bail be cause she was a full-time stu-GEORGE ZIMMERMAN dent and her husband wasn t working. Prosecutors say Zimmerman actually had raised $135,000 in donations from a website he created. tars wanress Quarantined After lllagadiV Catchln R Hooters waitress Jheri Stratton has been quaran tined in her Baltimore home for the past seven months after allegedly catch i ng tuberculosis from her manager. During this period, she has been required to wear a mask while walking her dog, cancel vacations, and swallow a hand full of pills twice a week under the in-person supervision of a city Health Department offi cial. Stratton was diagnosed with an active form of tubercu losis in November afte r she and other co-workers allegedly caught it from a manager at the Harborplace Hooters in downtown Baltimore. "It' s just horrible, there' s nothing else I can say," the 19year-old 2010 graduate of Randallstown High School said. "I just wish none of this had ever happened." Last month Hooters com pensated her for lost wages and medical expenses, accord ing to her attorney.


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Nee; nme Threat 01 A n a c k Put Chamberlan On lockdown On Friday, Chamberlain High School went on a partial lockdown and was guarded by police officers due to fear the school might have been targeted by a Columbine-type attack. Unformed and plainclothed officers were on the campus of the school at 9401 North Boulevard after learning that a patient had checked out of a mental health center and had been hearing voices telling him to harm students at Chamberlain. Officers know where the man is, but because he has not made any threats or committed a crime, investi gators saw no need to speak to him. Because he has not com mitted a crime the 39 year old man' s name was not released. Police said on May 29th, the man checked himself into a mental health center. During a counseling session, the man reportedly told a counselor her was hearing voices that encouraged him to harm Chamberlain students and then shoot himself. A counselor at the mental health center notified police and said the man had reported pricing firearms at a nearby pawn shop. But, police said there was no evidence he bought or has a weapon. The man has been to prison in Florida and New York, his criminal history includes arrest for armed robbery, aggravated assault with a weapon, battery and possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia. Parents at other schools also reported increased security. Man Charged With sexual Banerv 01 D isabled Victim SHADEEK SHAKOOR PINELLAS COUNTY -Test results on evidence were returned to the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office in an alleged sexual battery of a female victim that occurred in December 2011. The results confirmed a suspect who had already been established by detec tives. On Thursday afternoon, Shadeek Allie Shakoor, 47, was arrested at his home and charged with sexual battery on a mentally dis abled victim. Detectives said the inci dent took place at a location in the Dunedin area. According to detectives, the victim was with friends at a local mall when she was approached by a man who engaged her in conversa tion. Detectives said the victim is an adult, and her intellectual disability is apparent. Detectives said Shakoor asked the victim for her name, phone number, and address, which she provided. Within a few days, Shakoor allegedly contacted the victim at night by knocking on the bedroom window of her home, and asked her to come out to watch television with him. Detectives said the victim left her home to join Shakoor without telling anyone. What reportedly followed were repeated inci dents of sexual battery, until she left the location where he took her, and called a family member to pick her up. She was taken to the hos pital and the Sheriffs Office was called. Evidence taken from her clothing was processed and tested. The results obtained and other evidence estab lished Shakoor as the sus pect for arrest. Teac er's Aide AccusadOI Hlrtnu Students Far sax CURTIS JILES LAKELAND-A teacher s aide in Polk County from Tenoroc High School has been accused of hiring some of his own students to have sex at school. Curtis Jiles, 30, has been charged with paying, or att.empting to pay, at least four students to engage in oral sex, both on and off campus. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in one case Jiles is believed to have had sex with a student in the band room bathroom. In another case he s accused of following a school bus then offering to pay a student who got off to allow him to perform oral sex in the back seat of his car. The allegations involved students between 15 and 17 years old. Investigators said Jiles was the target of a 2007 investigation, but detectives did not have enough evi dence to file charges. Jiles was charged with two counts of sexual battery by a person in custodial authority, unlawful sexual activity with minors, procuring a person under the age of 18 for prostitu tion, and soliciting a person under the age of 18 to engage in sexual battery. He is being held under a bond of $2oo,ooo. What's left to believe 2, 4, 7, 9 when the truth 12, 15, 18, 20 becomeS' a lie 24, 28, 30, 33 and the lie becomes 37, 39, 44, 46 the truth 48, 50, 51,55 Natlona Crl me Parents Arrested After Girl, 4, Shoots sen ORLANDO -The parents of a 4-year-old girl who accidentally shot herself in the chest after finding a gun on the couch have been arrested. Leshumbia Stokes was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and tampering with evi dence. Marie Buskey was charged with child neglect causing great bodily harm and culpable negligence. They were arrested Wednesday while visiting her at an Orlando hospital. Police say the girl found a handgun on May 12 and shot herself in the chest while her parents were in \ u -LFSHUMBIA STOKES And MARIE BUSKEY another room. Doctors brought her out of a med ically induced coma, but said she faces a long recov ery. Her parents rushed her to the hospital but police said Stokes allegedly returned home to dispose of the handgun before investiga tors arrived. Club Securitv Guard Charged With Murder MIAMI Lukace Shane Kendle, the security guard that shot 29-year-old Kijuan Byrd dead outside of Club Lexx strip club in Miami, has been arrested and charged with firstdegree murder. The arrest comes after Byrd's family, who is represented by Trayvo n Martin's family attorney, Benjamin Crump, held a press conference complain iQg that the Miami-Dade Police Department was too slow in pursuing charges against Kendle. A police officer reported on Friday that Byrd and his friend, Michael Smathers, were shot outside of the strip club on June 1, leaving Byrd dead and Smathers in crit ical condition. Kendle noticed Byrd and Smathers inside of a Ford F-150 in a nearby parking space rolling up marijuana cigarettes. Kendle says he first decid ed to join co-workers across the parking lot, but turned back to retrieve something LUKACE SHANE KENDLE from his truck. As he approached his truck, Kendle says he saw the Ford's doors swing open and then heard someone shout, "I'm going to kill that n--." He then pulled out his gun and shot Smathers four times. Kendl e then focused on Byrd. He told the cops that he shot in Byrd's direction once because he felt his life was in danger. Byrd had crawled under the vehicle at this point.


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