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_:-Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Ba y A :rea c Q a: 0 ....1 u.. SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 93 TUESDAY, JULY 10,2012 24 PAGES 75 longtime Activist Dies 31onths After Husband SEE PAGE 16 Groups Unite To Host Step Show And Pizza Partv SEE PAGE 8 FamiiV Needs Help To locate Missing Teen SEE PAGE 2 MIDDlRON All-ClASS REUNION CElEBRATES 10 YEARS OF 'NEW SCHOOl The Middleton High School All-Class Reunion was held in Tampa June 15-17, 2012. Part of the celebration included 10 years of the re-birth of Middleton Senior High School. The theme was "Maroon And Gold Runs Deep." The reunion was held for 3 == days and included Get Acquainted evening on Friday; Saturday evening, dinner and dance with Randall 'C' as the DJ; and Sunday the picnic was held at AI Lopez Park Hunt Center. Members of the Class of 1968 shown seated are Ms. Aleatha Shaw Filer, Calvin Simmons, Class President, and Ms. Jodie J. Hines. Standing from left to right are: John Robinson, Ms. Carol Brookins, Ms. 11 1 LaVern Logan, Ms. Yvonne Douglas, Ms. Cynthia Brady, and Ms. Sandra Nelson. Standing on the back row are: "W.C.", Gloria !!! Andrews, Patricia Cooper, Henry Washington, and Isaiah Jones. (Photo by Sylvester Harris)


N r---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 'P'" ;::) .., c en Supreme Court Justices Cleared 01 Wrongdoing BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, the Florida State Attortne y' s Office cleared three Supreme c a: LL. Court Justices of any wrongdoing. The o ffice had recei v ed a r e qu est fr om Sta te Representative Scott Plakon that th e s tate launch an inve s tiga ti on to d e termin e if the three had violated s t ate law. T h e request wa s filed with the F l or i d a Department of Law Enforce ment in April. The allegation was that on the morning of April 20th, Jus tices R. Fred Lewis, Barbara Pariente and Peggy Quince inter rupted an official session of the Florida Supreme Court in order to prepare and file campaign documents for their respective judicial merit re tention elections. Rep. Plakon, a Longwood Republican ; further al leged that the three Justices utilized court employees to prepare the cam paign documents. William N. Meggs, State Attor ney Second Judicial Circuit of Florida responded to the allegations after FDLE completed its investigation. Attorney Meggs stated that while it is a violation for a candidate to use the JUSTICE PEGGY QUINCE ing working hours, common sense should be exercised. According to the investigation re port, on April tn..,J[orida Supreme Court was hearing oral argu ments. About 30 minutes after theses sion began, Chief Justice Charles Canady received a note from the Marshal advising that the State Courts Administrator needed to speak with Justices Lewis, Pariente and Quince regarding an important mat ter JUSTICE R. FRED LEWIS Dan Stengle, that forms necessary for the Justices to re-qualify for re election had not been filed and needed to be filed that day. The three justices went to their re spective chambers and completed the paperwork A short time later, the signed and notarized forms were given to Attorney Stengle, who filed them on their behalf. JUSTICE BARBARA PARIENTE "Secondly, in determining the guilt or innocence of a defendant, the law requires that common sense should be used in deciding cases. It is reasonable for one to think that notarizing a sig nature would not constitute engaging in the furtherance of a campaign .' ... In this case, notarizing a signa ture is a minor act which was likel y ac complished in less than a minute. Attorney Meggs closed out the letter by stating that notarizing the documents were not in the furth e r ance of a campaign and that no la w was violated." c z services of any state, county municipal or district officer or employee durAt approximately 11 a .m Justice Canady called for a recess. During the recess the Justices were informed by privately retained General Counsel State Attorney Meggs wrote in his response the State is r e quired to show specific mens r ea or guilty knowledge to prov e thi s charge. It is the opinion of thi s office that the r e quired mens r e a can no t b e e stab lished in this case. He a lso stated that the matte r w as closed and no charg es would b e fil e d c en w ;::) tw > w c w :t: en m ;::) Computer Mentors Receives Second $1 Million Grant D. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor z i= Last month, Kathy Castor, U S. Congresswoman, .....L announced that she had seffi cured a grant for nearly $1.5 _, million from the U.S. Depart -r f w ment of Labor. This marked z i= z w en c a: 0 ...1 LL. the second consecutive year that she was able to obtain the grant for the same East Tampa non-profit organization. Computer Mentors Group understands the value of train ing children and teens so they have the computer skills they need to succeed. They also work with young adults leav ing the juvenile justice system on acquiring computer skills so they can find good-paying jobs in computer-related fields, which has a positive im pact on the community's over all economy. "Those involved in the ini tiative give back to the com munity by helping nonprofits and others with computer problems," Congresswoman Castor said. The grant will be used to serve more than 100 Hillsbor ough County young adults re entering society from the juvenile justice system. The N program participants will re W ceive trai ning so that they can (!) also provide help to non-profit organizations and community KATHY CASTOR RALPH SMITH residents, including veterans and low-income families. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of the Computer Mentors Group Inc., said he was excited about the news of receiving another grant to continue the Juvenile Justice Program. However, the news was bittersweet because funding had caused him to lay off some employees in a differ ent program Smith said, I've g9t a lot of mixed emotions right now. Of course, I'm very happy to be receiving nearly $1.5 million for the Civic Justice Corps Pro gram, but at the same time I'm saddened by the fact that Computer Mentors Group has just had to lay off the entire staff from the STEM Corps High School Program. The reason is due to lack of fund ing "I can understand why so ciety will dedicate mone y to turn lives around through pro grams like the Civic Justice Program but I can t understand why keeping our teenagers on the straight and narrow and providing them opportunities to have success ful lives isn t just as impor tant, he said Last year, Computer Men tors hosted a STEM Corps High School Summer Pro gram. However, this year, the organization was unable to offer the program. Addition ally last month, Smith was forced to la y off its operating staff. He further stated, "The program continues to run with volunteers and myself as the onl y employee. Thi s is a pro gram where the youth are pro viding services to other non-profit organizations through service learning projects. A couple of these projects are in the final stages of com pletion and include a new website for Ada T. Payne Friends of the Urban Li braries, a new website for East Tampa Community Revitaliza tion Partnership (ETCRP), and a new website for Com puter Mentors Group itself. The program employed a Program Manager and eight college students, most of whom were former students of the program. Currentl y CMG is se eking additional funding to continue to s ustain the pro gra m Smith s tat ed Familv Asks For Help In locating Missing Teen Tampa Police and family members of 15-year-old Nngozi Evans are asking for help in locating her According to her aunt, Nadia Tulloch, Nngozi has been missing for two weeks. She left home to spend the night at a friend s house Ms Tulloch said Nngozi has never run away before and she has no medical problems. "Two weeks ago sh e spent the night with one of her friends. She had told the friend I was outside to pick her up but my car wasn t running so we don t know who picked her up. It seems she s just disap peared. Ms. Tulloch said she's cared for Nngozi for 10 years, and she s very worried about her. I've talked to her father in St. Petersburg and her mother in South Carolina, and they haven't heard from her. She has a lot of relatives in Tampa and none of them have heard from her. She doesn t have a NNGOZI EVANS boyfriend, and I was just tell in g her to be careful, because bad things can happen to you out there. Nngozi is a student at Tampa Bay VoTech and was in honors courses. She will be a sophomore this year. Nngozi was last seen at the Lago Vista Apartments on Wa ters Avenue Anyone who has seen Nngozi Evans or know her whereabouts is asked to con tact Tampa Police at (813 ) 23106130. lJ, .......... www. twitter.com/ FLSENliNELB


_n_e_a_tu __ n_e_s---------------------------------------------------------------------------m Men II Brass' Sal Irs Not over Yet BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Distinguished Men Of Brass, formerly members of the Mystic Sheiks at Busch Gardens, did finish among the top 48 acts vying for $1 million and a job in Las Vegas. But in their competition in the NBC Show, America's Got Talent, they were eliminated in the quart erfina ls by fan voting. THE DISTINGUISHED MEN OF BRASS The Distinguished Men Of Brass were the first of 12 acts to perform during last Monday's telecast, and they received what was described as a lukewarm review from judges Howie Mandel and Howard Stern. Although they didn't get the vote from the fans, they are now waiting on a call to see if they will be among the 12 wild card selections. Members of the band said the experience was great and one they'll never forget. "We went into it with an open mind, and we met a lot of great people," said one member who didn't want to be identified. "It was up to America and the people voted. I think we will get another shot at it, but in the meantime, we'll keep rehearsing like we're still on the show." Middle Schooler Has SiUhiS Sel On OIVIDPiCS Ms. Tammi Keels said her daughter, Sav'yon Toombs, wasn't really inter ested in getting involved in track and field. She was just a normal little girl, growing up with ber sights set on one day becoming a model. Ms. Keels said Sav'yon's venture into track and field began with her fi ance, "He'd started her racing against his son when she was 9. She didn't like it at first, and SAVYON TOOMBS actually I thought she'd be a model. As things have turned out, she's an all around athlete and participates in all kinds of spo rts, including football. But, it has been Sav'yon's success as a sprinter that will have her running in the Na tional Junior Olympics in Humble, Texas. She will be participating in the 100, 200 and 400 meter races, and the 200 meter hur dles Her times in the too me ters (12.1), 200 meters (25.1), 400 meters (56.0), and the 200 meter hurdles (28.5) has gained her a lot of attention and awards. Sav'yon's grandfather is martial arts instructor Mas-. ter Chris Holmes, who has watched her run, and also has helped in her training. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsen tinel.com. woman In Serious Condition After Shooting Tampa Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Friday morning in the 2900 block of 25th Avenue. Police said Richadean Cotbnan, 50, was shot on the left side of her neck with an unknown type firearm. The suspect fled the scene undetected Ms. Cotbnan was transported to a local hospital and is re ported to be in serious condition. The shooting is still being investigated, and police have identi fied no suspects. College Hill COGIC Celebrates 90 Years Florida will be the speaker. c !< c.. c: -A 9 1\) 0 -A 1\) The College Hill Church of God In Christ will celebrate their 90th anniversary July 2022, 2012. The church has been and strives to continue to be a blessing to the community through their presence and various outreach ministries. College Hill bas been blessed to have had only three pastors in all of the 90 years. Elder Charles Davis, who serves as the current pastor, "TT r was chosen to lead the congre0 The celebration will begin on Friday evening, July 20, 2012 with Superintendent Jadie Singletary, a former member, as the guest messen ger. The culmination will be the Morning Worship service on Sunday, July 22, 2012 when Bishop Matthew Williams, Jurisdictional Prelate of the Jurisdiction of Southwestern gation after the death of his father, Bishop W. E. Davis, g who was the second pastor. 0 The entire College Hill fam-m ily, and the leadership of the church extend a warm wel-z come to all as they thank God m rfor 90 marvelous years. m The church is located at c: 6414 North 30th Street (comer I= of 30th and Diana). For additional information Z please call 813-239-3161. ., c: m c U) :::t m c Alert The Rorida Law States That You m < m ::D < -4 c: m U) May Be EntiUed To $1 0,000 For Loss wages And Medical Care... .... :.ntiii1SII1117Dit Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Acctaen1s; Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More ... (PIP lnst.mee Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't yow fUt" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To You Tube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hoii'S A /7 Days A Week .... lie. c )> z c "TT :2 c


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c a: u. c z c( c en w :::: 1-rt w > w c w J: en ::J m :::: a. z I About You! Blessed God is so good! Birthday wishes to my, Sharon Rose, Ms. Mary Anderson, soon to be Mrs. Gibson. Love you baby, always and forever. You go girl. Love always, Greg. tu What God created 1929-2012 was a miracle. ..J Wishing you many more "blessings." 5 Love from, your children, family, friends and staff at Central al Park Rehab, Brandon FL. .... w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 .... u. Voters RegistrationYou have Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election Nov. 6 Local Gaither High School Graduation Gaither High School graduated 423 students when its ceremony was held. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Gaither Grad Darryl Howard is beaded to Hampton Univer-Brittany Hopkins, Kim Hill and Danielle Hickson posed before sity to continue his education. their graduation. In this photo are members of the Hopkins family: front row, Eliza Farrow, Darius Hopkins, Rozine Hopkins; second row, Diane White, Brittany Hopkins (headed to FSU) Beverly Hopkins, Richard Hop kins; and third row, Glinda Hopkins, John Hopkins and Kendrick Hopkins. Workshops Three Grant Writing Workshops Planned The West Tampa Community Development Corporation and the National Institute for Strate gic and Tactical Planning will host three free professional grant-writing workshops. The work shops will take place on three separate dates. The first workshop will take place on Saturday, July 14, from 3=30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the West Tampa Library, 2312 West Union Street. On Friday, July 20, the Hillsborough County Children's Board, 1002 E. Palm Avenue, will be the location of the second workshop. It will take place from 2 to 3:30p.m. The final workshop for this month will be held at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 E. Palm Avenue, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., on Friday, July 27th. Michael Randolph said all of the workshops offer the same information. They are designed for staff, administrators, board members of non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations, government agencies and other tax-exempt status organizations. Those in attendance will learn how to: describe the different types of grants; describe the dif_ ferent type of grantors; identify research tools available to the grant seeker; describe the funda mental of grant writing; describe the proposal writing process; identify grant terms; describe concept paper, letter of Intent, and letter of inquiry process. Seating is limited and anyone planning to attend the workshop is asked send a confirmation email to wefindgrants@aol.com to confirm a seat and obtain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted without an invitation. Those interested in attending should also indicate which workshop he or she wishes to attend. For more information contact Michael Randolph at (813) 857-7657.


-1 Hillsborough untv Changing The Mvth NAACP Branch Office About Hospice S Hours Change BYTAMECAJOHNSON of hospice care to Freelance Writer communities. N The Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP has changed its of fice hours. The change went into effect on Monday, July 9th. The office will operate under the new hours until further notice. The new hours are Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The office is closed on Saturdays. The new office hours for the Hillsborough County NAACP Empowerment Center have also changed. This office will be open Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. It will open on Saturdays by appointment. For additional information, call (813) 234-8683; the fax number is (813) 236-2248; or visit the website at www hills borouwnaa<;l).Ofi. Sarcoisodis Awareness A new study conducted by researchers from Boston Univ e rsity has found that Sarcoidosis accounts for 25% of all deaths among women in the Black Women s Health Study who have the disease. The study which was released in late May is the largest epi demiologic study to date to specifically address mortality in Black females with Sarcoidosis. Sarcoidosis is a disease that causes inflammation of the lungs, liver skin lymph nodes, and other tissues. Tampa's Sarc9idosis Support Group participated in the ap.nual Belk' s Charity Day Sale. Members pictured at the sale: Blynthia Hazelton, M egi Garrison and Fannie Keith. When you hear the word hospice," what thoughts come to mind? For many in the Black community, it brings fear that death is weeks, if not days away Gale Kennebrew is working to change that myth and as Director of Chapters Health System in Temple Terrace, she's making it her mission to ensure African Americans and mem bers ofother minority commu nities take full advantage of all the services hospice care facil ities provide. DR. GALE F. KENNEBREW "I want us to take advan tage of the services provided. The percentage of African American families that avail themselves to these services is 8.2% versus 77% of whites." Dr. Kennebrew agrees those numbers are a reflection of the myth associated with hospice. "Most people in our commu nity access hospice care right when they are actively dying. Traditionally, even hospitals have people seek hospice care when the patient is right at the brink of death." Dr. Kennebrew maintains hospice is much more than a last resort and says the services provided actually make for a better quality oflife Chapters Health System is the company formally known as Hospice of Hillsborough. Reverend Dr. Gale Kennebrew moved from Mem phis, TN to take over as Director two years ago. She has worked in health for nearl y' 2oyears and daily com bines that skill set with her 30 years of education and training in spiritual ministry. formation in people's lives," she says. In her role at Chap ters Health System, Dr. Kennebrew works one-on-one with patients who are battling life threatening or life limiting illnesses. She oversees opera tions at the facility's Hillsbor ough, Polk Highlands and Hardee County locations, which provide services that in clude physicians and nurs ing c are, social work and phar mac y She has a lot on her plate but says her primary mission is to bring knowledge if a patient seeks services dur;!! ing the early stages of their ill 0 ness. :!! Hospice care is covered by g Medicare Medicaid private tJ) insurance and some charity organizations. Dr. Kennebrew -1 says even the homeless can re z The most rewarding as pect of my job is the ability to effect change and to see transceive services. For more information on services, call (813) 871-8111. Better Loan Hates fl.vai.lahle II' Need Cash Fast v No Upfront Fees II' Good or Bad Credit II' Bankruptcy . . . . . Help Available Loans From $2,500 To $250K f Get loans for bills, personal, debt consolidations, medical emergency, business, 1st or 2nd mortgage, home restorations, vehicle, etc. . . . . . m r-aJ c r r-z "a c m r-c;; ::::1: m c m -t c m 0 c ,. z c 'T1 :!! c


lifelink Hosts luncheon For Pastors LifeLink hosted a free luncheon for pastors in the Bay 5) Area. The event was held at the Seminole Heights Garden Center (Photos by.Julia Jackson). ..... ,..... __ Ruth Duncan Bell, Vice President of Public Affairs with C LifeUnk, addresses the pastors, ministers and guests during the luncheon. u..

c Highland Pines News c.. c: The Highland Pines Com munity Meeting will be held Thursday, July 12th at 6:30 p. m. in the Community Center, 3002 Star Street. Guest speaker will be State Representative Betty Reed. Refreshments and prizes will be available, and everyone is asked to come out and voice their concerns. The Senior Exercise Group at the Jackson Heights YET Center had a surprise visitor in May. Captain Hobley-Burney of the Tampa Police Department's District III Office, partici pated in a bingo game with the seniors. Captain Burney presented the winner with a silver bracelet watch. The recipient was Ruby Cutler. The Drug March in Northview Hills was on June 9th. President, Gloria Taylor and Crime Watch Coor dinator, Rosalie Jones, did a superb job of spearheading this event. Special guests were City Councilman Frank Reddick; County Commissioner Les Miller; State Represen tative Betty Reed; Michael D. Muhammad, Marlin Anderson, Washburn Academy/Shawn Flohe, Director. A vintage TPD ve hicle was included in the march. The next Drug March will be September 8, 2012 in Grant Park at 3 p. m. from the recreation center. The President, Ralph Johnson and his community, are gear-.... ing up for this event. Get p your green shirts, caps, and N 0 walking shoes to participate .... in this march. N St. Peter Claver's Council of Catholic Women hosted a Father's Day dinner on June 19th. The male choir of Beu lah Baptist Church pet formed the music. Approximately 100 people attended. Coach Evelyn Wilson and Mrs. Betty Bell stand next to the vintage police car. Members of the BeulabBaptist Male Choir perfol'llliD& WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM www.fac:eboolcom/Rsentinel www.twitter.com/Rsentinelb WASHBURN ACADEMY Wednesday, July 11 7:30pm Exciting Faith Alive PASTOR ANTONIO HAWKINS Thursday, July 12 @ 7:30 pm REV. JENNIFER CARNER of Bible-Based Fellowship ARTHUR T. JONES, Pastor Night of Prayze 0 l:utl,Dm----t FeaUing Rap Artists, soloists, dance & ,..... teams, choirs, poetry and Special guests Include "Dunamil"lllme Ministry and Rlcordng Artist Goers Chozen and MOREl For more Info please call813-a-4144 or lmlil: GrlctmartYouth@yahoo.com Sundly, July 15111 011am -children & Youth Service with GMBC Praise Tum-CONCERTI 5:30PM CONCERTI ?.M,_,: '79 A.Cf.l (!1M & ?p SlllfJtM & -Sponsors & Special Thril: Ken Boyd, L911i19 & Ent8rtai1ment, Fat Boys Beauty Supply, KJ Imaging, Q


i LoCal g tegacv FellowshiP ;:::) Announces c 2012' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Beginning July 25th, Legacy Fellowship of Churches and Ministries will be hosting their Convocation 2012 event at St. John Cathe dral, 3401 East 25th Avenue. Bishop Lewis, Sr., the Presider of the or ganization, said the organiza tion has been around for 10 years, and their vision is to be a Christ-centered fellowship sustained and supplied by the .love of Christ, and the pres ence of the l{oly Spirit. identified as Sylvester Robinson, Andre Wright, Elder Michelle Patty, Pastor John Neal, and Pastor Eric Collins. On the 25th, Bishop Newkirk will be honored for his more than half-a-century of ministry. "This represents a new start for me and this is a rep resentation of my restoration and building process, said Bishop Lewis. The Convocation event will include the election of new Bishops to the fellowship. They have been "I think I'm living proof that God isn't through with you until He's through with you. He's the God of a second chance for everyone." Elder Patty's designa tion as a Bishop will be on Friday, July 28th at 7 p : m. c a: lL. c z c( c en W ;:::) tw > w c w :J: en :::i m ;:::) ll. z tu ..J ..J ;:::) m ..J w z t= z w en c( c a: 0 ..J u. Bethune Cookman. Universitv President To Visit Tampa The Hillsborough County Alumni Chapter of BethuneUniversity is elated that the University's Interim President, Dr. Edison Jackson, will be visiting the Chapter s meeting on Thurs day, July 19, 2012 at 7 p. m. The meeting will be held at the Sheraton Hotel located at 4401 West Cypress Street. The Pres1dent .will deliver the State of the University's address, which will inform the alumni and friends of fu ture plans for the University and the Florida Classic. Accompanying the Presi dent will be: Provost Dr. Hi.raJD. Powell, Trustee Audrey Coakley, Chairman of Building and Grounds, Di rector of Alumni Affairs, Mrs. Sharon Bostick. Isaac, Vice President of In stitutional Advancement Dr. Hakim Lucas, and our own Hillsborough Alumni Repre sentative to the Board of Trustees, Brother John L. C. Douglas. Since the President has taken time from his busy schedule to visit the Chapter, we would like to extend the utmost appreciation by hav ing alumni, friends, and sup porters of B-CU to be in attendance to meet the Pres ident. Let us continue to uphold the legacy and the motto mandated by our illustrious foum ; ler, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, "Enter to Learn: Depart to Serve." Andra Diggs is presi dent of the local chapter. DENTIST Adults and Children 813 1Jr. 'l"'J!ltf 'Dooms, 'lJ.'l).S. General Dentistry \' I,''-,.' 1\r.:h:,'lll ''' \ \ .. .. b61 I I I ) 1415 East 124da Aft. Suite A Tampa, FL 33612 Fowler/Fletcher area (CorDer of 1241h Ave. &: 15th St.) 0 (813) 632-3483 W M f'tr'' Delta lloUu lledJfe A.daa CarePS. CJ ....... H...., Dis 1M C....lll S..W r>CUNews Tampa Native Crowned Miss B-CU Alumni Raquel Watson was crowned Miss Alumni for the Bethune-Cookman University National Alumni Association for the year 2012 to 2013. Ms. Raquel Watson is a 2005 graduate of Blake High School and a 2010 graduate of B-CU. She currently serves as the Director of Public Relations for the Tampa Chapter of the B-CU Nat1 Alumni Association. Raquel's mother, Mrs. Betoria Watson is a graduate of Tampa Catholic High School, and an alumna of B-CU, and currently serves as the Financial Secretary for the Tampa Chapter. Mrs. Betoria Watson had the honor of being crowned Miss Alumni for B -CU Nat l Alumni Asso ciation in 1997. Raquel Watson, center, is shown with froiD left to right: Ray Brinson, President ofBethune-Cookman Qniversity Alunini Assoc:iation; Linda Thomas of Lake City, Ms. Gold; Margaret Hill of Orlando, Ms. Maroon; and Dr. Edison .Jadaton, Interiln President. Band Pedro Orey also receivecl an award. He is shown wife, Tampa na tive, Bridget Scott Orey. (Photo by .Julia .Jackaon) FAMU Betoria Watson, Miss National B-CU Alumni 1997 with her daiJ&hter, Raequel Watson, who wears the same title for 2012. (Photo by .Julia .Jac:kson) lean wanted Band suspended Betore Hazlnuoeath TALLAHASSEEFloridaA&M's Dean of Students wanted to suspend the school's marching band for hazing practices three days before the death of Robert Champion. Dean Henry Kirby had urged administrators at FAMU to shut down the band similar to the way it did a fraternity in 2006. The school suspended Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity chapter on campus after five members were charged with using wooden canes to beat a pledge during an initiation ritual. Police Chief Calvin Ross asked administrators to keep the band home from the November 19th game, because of the hazing issues.


Fresident Obama WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama called Monday for Congress to pass a one-year extension of the Bush-era tax cuts for people earning less than $250,000 a year. I believe prosperity comes from an economy that's built on a strong and growing mid dle class," Pres. Obama said at the White House, with peo ple described as working Americans standing behind him. I n addition, an Pres. Obama campaign official said the president's re-election team will "amplify the presi dent s message on middle class tax cuts" by hosting a series of events in battle ground states all week across the country. The Obama campaign seeks to frame the November contest as a race between the president s policies intended to help restore middle class opportunity versus Romney's policies that it says would pri marily benefit corporations and wealthy Americans. His proposal Monday would maintain the current lower tax rates for families making up to $250,000 for another year while allowing tax rates to return to 1990s levels for those earning more. On Sunday, a top Pres. Obama campaign adviser said the president is entirely dedicated to ending the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy at the end of this year. The tax breaks are set to ex pire in what has become known as the "fiscal cliff," a package of spending cuts and the removal of tax breaks that will take place on January 1 if Congress fails to act. In total, they could add up to $7 tril lion. .............. $11MIIIIIII II. Trllllllv President Barack Obama's re-election cam paign announced Monday that it, along with the Democratic National Committee, raised $71 million in June from more than 706,000 donors. The amount lags far behind the $106 million Mitt Romney and the Republican Na tional Committee raised last month, a number the cam paign made official early Mon day. However, Pres. Obama's campaign last month pre dicted it would be out-raised by Romney's campaign and noted in an email to support ers Monday that the month of still proved to be the campaign's "best month of this election so far. In May, the combined efc Pres. Obama Calls For Bush Tax Cut Extensions For Those Making less Than $250,000 forts between the campaign and the DNC took in $6o mil lion and had slightly less than $no million in the bank. While the email does not ac knowledge how much money the campaign has in the bank now, Romney's campaign announced it finished June with $160 million cash on hand. Anomev Ge1en1 Halder Pledges Te Pntect Tile Right Te Vote Attorney General Eric Holder promised to protect voter's rights. Attorney General Eric Holder promised Saturday to do all in his power to protect Americans' right to vote. Speaking at the annual con ference of the National Council of La Raza in Las Vegas, he praised the group and encour aged it to keep holding politi cians' feet to the fire. La Raza is the largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy or ganization in the United States. "Despite the truth and transformative power of the American Dream and despite all the progress we've made over the last 236 years, our na tion s struggle to overcome in justice and eliminate disparities remains far from over," Holder said, according to a copy of his prepared re marks. Speaking on behalf of the U.S. Justice Department, which he helms, he said, "We11 do everything in our power to stand vigilant against any and all measures that threaten to undermine the effectiveness and integrity of our elections systems -and to infringe on the single most important right of American citizenship: the right to vote." Florida's voting standoff deja vu? ... Laws Cllld .... nv Frem VIII Texas is among eight states to require official photo iden tification in an effort to stop what officials say is voter fraud. Opponents of the laws say they disenfranchise poor, minority and disabled voters. A similar voter ID law in South Carolina was blocked by the Obama administration in December. "In each of the jurisdictions where proposed changes can be shown to have no discrimi natory purpose or effect, we' ll follow the law and approve the change. Where jurisdictions cannot meet this threshold, we will object-under the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and other laws in order to guarantee that all eligible citizens have unrestricted access to the bal lot box," said Holder. The landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 gives the federal government the power to over see any changes in voting procedures in states and N jurisdictions with a history of voter discrimination. N Justice Department lawsuit challenges Florida voter purge. ., r-0 c ,.. 0 m z .... z m r-aJ c: rr-!!l z c: IJJ r-c;; % m c m < m .... c: m 0 c ,.. z c .... ....


Local 2--------------------------------------------------------------------------Middleton lluDJni Celebrates School's First Decade During Ill-Class Reunion Last month, graduates of the "first" Middleton High School united for an All-Class Reunion. It was held during the weekend of June 15-17, 2012. The class members paid tribute to the new Middleton's first decade of existence. Ten years ago, then Princi pal Henry "Shake" Wash ington, opened the newly constructed Middleton High School. The new school was the re-birth of the school closed during integration in 1970. A few years later, it was reopened as a middle school and remained that way for several years. The original Middleton High School building remains in existence and continues to c function as a middle school. i:i: Now named A. J. Ferrell Mid dle School, it bears the name z of the last reigning principal cr: of the original Middleton High School. C The theme was "Maroon (/) w And Gold Runs Deep." The reunion drew Tigers from > throughout the country home ffi for the weekend of renewing > friendships, visiting with for mer classmates, and catching w up on the latest news. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) :J ID Q. z i= w ...J ...J ID ...J w z i= z w (/) c( c a: 0 ...J LL Special recognition was given to Ms. Yvonne Douglas, sec ond from left, for Outstanding Support. Members of the All Class Reunion on this photograph are from left to right: Calvin Simmons, President of the All-Class Reunion, Ms. Dou glas, Fred Hearns, Ms. Jodie Jackson, Ms. Margaret O'Neal, and Ms. Luvator Henry Nelson. Some members of the Class of 1966 who attended the re union are seated: Ms. Carolyn House, Ms. Verlyn Crompton, and Ms. Ophelia Ball. Standing from left to right are: Gary Ellerson, Ms. Luvator Nelson, Ms. Carolyn Williams, Ms. Car olyn Russ, and Fred Hearns. Members of the Class of 1964 shown are on the front row: Ms. Mary Neal Taylor, Ms. Lillian Hobbs, Ms. Molbert Robin son Scrivens, and Ms. Betty Hays Fountain. Shown on the back row are Ms. Linda Norton Graham and Ronald Graham. Members of the Class of 1969 are Sylvester Harris, Ms. Margaret O'Neal, Ms. Rosita Sneed, Ms. Cynthia Becklam Mann, Ms. Vanderlyn Owens, and Woodrow Simmons. Shown on the back row are Anthony Sneed, Alphonso Ball, and Johnny Muhammad. The Tigers on the Registration Table let everyone know they were in the land of the Tigers. Shown seated from left to right are: Gary Ellerson, Class of 1966, seated. Shown standing are Woodrow Simmons, Class of 1969, and Isaiah Jones, Class of 1968, and the Tiger Mascot. The All-Class Reunion Committee 2012 that worked diligently for a successful weekend were: from left, Calvin Simmons, president; Alphonso Ball, Jodie Jackson Hines, Yvonne Douglas, Fred Hearns, Aleatha Shaw Filer, Mar garet O'Neal, Luvator Henry Nelson, Patricia Cooper, Gary Ellerson, Woodrow Simmons and Vanderlyn Owens. W Members of the a... of 1966 attendiD& there union are Ms. Carolyn Russ, RoDDie Anderson, Ms. Marva Grant, and aeated Ms. Carolyn House. Members of the Class of 1951 are from left to JiPt Ms. Thelma Cole Aeost:a, Ms. Deloris E. Lewis, Herman Monroe Hattie Byrd and Ms. Gladys Cole Long. Middleton High School Alumni taking part in the celebration are Charles Ray, Class of 1964, Ms. Annie Ray, Class of 1963, and .James Cannedy, Class of 1964.


ntertainment -t Doctors Declare Rlhaaaa c .. rs sauaner AtDiddJ's Stepson Brain Dead Harper's BIZiar Hallatons Holle Sentenced Following Jet Sill Accident Usher's stepson, Kyle Glover, has been declared brain dead after a Jet Ski accident left him in critical condition. Glover, 11, has had no brain activity since being admitted to the hospital, and is currently on life sup port. He sustained an injury to the head after being hit by a Jet Ski while in Lake Lanier Saturday (July 7) The youngster was riding in an inner tube leading up to the accident, and was trans ported to a local hospital, where his mother, Tameka Foster Raymond, tiew to be with him. A representative for the Department of Natural Re sources in Atlanta, con fir med that they are investigating the incident, to determine the speed of the water ski leading up to Kile Glover, Usher and Tameka Foster Raymond. the impact. Depending on their findings, the DNR will give a recommendation to the district attorney, who will decide if criminal charges should be filed. Usher and his ex-wife have been engaged in a very public custody battle, but the former couple put their difference aside in the wake of the accident. The 32year-old chartered a plane for Foster Raymond, so that she could fly in from out-of-town to be with her son Former Three 6 Mana's Member Shot In Las Vegas Crunchy Black, a for mer member of the Academy hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia was shot over the weekend and hospitalized in Las Vegas at an undisclosed location. When news of the shooting broke on Tuesday, the details surrounding it remained cloaked Black, whose actual name is Darnell Carlton is band-CRUNCHY BLACK aged around his torso and from the looks of things the injury is not a minor one lil Scrappv: oown low' Brothas Spread AIDS, Not Real Men In an unbelievabl y dan g e rous statement Love & Hi p Hop Atlanta actor, Lil' Scrappy, said that he was g lad tha t Frank Ocean ad m i tted hi s b i sexuality so "all the real w omen that love t o m e ss with real men, strai ght men we can keep t h e AIDS situation down you feel me? LilScrappy went even fur ther with his opinion, saying that [homo sexuality] is a doorway to AIDS, scientifi -LIL cally." SCRAPPY Eve Blames Hiatus On lnterscipe Records Eve's last solo album, EVE-Olution, came out 10 years ago and since then there's been a severe drought in the female rap arena. Her 4th album, Liplock, has been in the making ever since, but it hasn't come without frus tration. After leaving Interscope in 2010, Eve's been hard at work on Liplock. "I've sWitched management, I've switched labels, I've switched lawyers;" the MC states. "And this was over years. And now I feel like the EVE dust has finally settled and the team that I have now is the right team. Sometimes that's all it takes, for the stars to be aligned and the dust to settle. And I think we're there now." RIHANNA The woman at the center, figuratively, of the Drake versus Chris Brown bottle throwing debacle, Rihanna, is on the cover of Harper's Bazaar. Rib Rib mentioned her busy schedule leading to a loss in cake-age. "I went way too far. I prefer myself a bit chunkier," she said. "I want my old butt back!" The Bajan Pop star is suing her old accountants for mismanaging her loot and al legedl y causing her to lose millions of dollars during 201o s Last Girl On Earth tour Filed under.:her real name Robyn Fent}r the lawsuit accuses the accounting firm of "gross mismanagement" and exorbitant and exces sive" commissions. 1hars so Raven's' Actor wanted For 111 Charges Only one month ago the former That's So Raven star Orlando Brown was cuffed by the ORLANDO LAPD for an BROWN outstanding 2011 DUI arrest warrant. Now police investigators are looking for Brown again because he skipped a court date on Fri day that was con nected to the ongoing DUI case Brown was also arrested last year on a DUI charge. As part of a plea deal he was or dered at the time to enroll in an alcohol education course but failed to do so, which was a direct violation of the court mandated agreement. In ad dition to jail time, the young man had to dole out $1,908.00 in fines. The 25-year-old former Disney star portrayed the character of "Eddie Thomas" on the wildly popular hit show "That's So Raven," where he co-starred with actress, RavenSymone. The young actor, who also raps, has not had an acting gig since he left the sitcomin2007. Remember that crazy looking guy that imperson ated being Sean "Diddy" Combs' cousin well enough to convince authorities that he was legitimately a guest at the rap mogul's house. He's been sentenced to time served. Quamine Taylor, who squatted in Diddy's East Hampton crib back in April, was sentenced to time served. Taylor has been in jail since being arrested in April because he was unable to make the $2,ooo bail. But the kicker of this story is the level of violation the de ranged home invader took part in while in the Bad Boy CEO's crib. I brought a cheesesteak, Madea s Witness Protection star Tyler Perry spoke candidly during a re cent interview and revealed that he used to tum to alco hol to help him cope with the pain of losing his mother who died in 2009. The actor/director says that a visit from Pres. Obama prompted him to kick his alcohol habit "When she got sick in 2009 I started drinking every night because I couldn't sleep every night up to a couple of months ago," Perry said. "I'd have me a nice big glass of Henness y and I would sleep through the night. It was Pres. a cheesecake, a bucket of fried chicken which I ate at the house and drank a 'dollar' QUAMINE bottle of Hen-TAYLOR nessy and 4 cans of Pepsi," Quamine Taylor said at his sentencing He even slathered Diddy's hot sauce on his grub, and drank a bottle of Hypnotiq, he said, adding, After I ate, I went upstairs and went to sleep. He also smoked 3 of Diddy's Dutch Masters ci gars and drank a can of or ange soda. Then he freshened up using Diddy's soap and splashing on his aftershave. PRESIDENT OBAMA AND TYLER PERRY Obama's visit to my studio, I don't know what happened there but when he came everything became clear. I OJ just kind of came out of a haze. It was like, "Wake up, :::z:: kid. You know life is still 2J going on. I know you miss m her, I know you care but wake up. Life is still going on. I swear the day after he -4 left was the day I just said I c: am going to sleep without m it." c Oprah Buvs Father's Barber Shop, Ignites Familv Feud J> z c ., l:J c A Winfrey family feud is brewing involving talk show maven Oprah, h e r dad, Vernon, and his e s ti anged wife Barbara. Last y ear Barbara a n d Vernon opened a barber shop replacing the original one they owned nearby. In June, the building that houses the barber shop went in to foreclosure then sold at an auction on June 29. "There is no reason for it to go into foreclosure like this. The property is upside down, which is what a lot of properties are. It cost us $481,000 to build this building, but it's only worth $350,000," said Barbara. According to Barbara, Oprah gave her husband bad business advice, regard ing the barber shop. "I know what is going on. I'm tired of it, and I've had enough," Barbara said. Sh e was on the verge of taki ng out a lo a n with anotherbank i n order to save the ... ..., ... -VERNON And OPRAH WINFREY barber shop by paying off the building debt, but her husband reportedly did not agree with her decision and refused to co-sign on the fi nancial documents. "People are giving him wrong advice, and it's leav ing me in a situation where all I can do is fight for me," Barbara contends. "Oprah purchased the $475,000 property that was in foreclosure. [Still], "Ver non Winfrey has been a fixture in the community for decades and will continue to i manage the business on a G) day-to-day basis, a spokesm person for Oprah said." w


rts Holtz, Heath Get Contract Extensions SKIP HOLTZ The University of South Florida has announced that the contracts of head foot ball coach, Skip Holtz, and head basketball coach Stan Heath, have been extended through the 20-17-2018 season. The school said they were convinced b y both men that the school's major athletic programs are head C ed in the right direction. fE University officials said c Heath recruits well and has impressively delivered win> ning seasons, including the C( STAN HEATH team's participation in last year' s NCAA Tournament. However, Holtz has amassed a 13-12 record over tWo seasons, and some felt the team regressed under Holtz in 2011. The team finished last season with a 1-7 record in their conference. Many insiders felt Holtz was not deserving of a lengthy contract extension with the team playing in a rather weak football confer ence. 01----------------------------------------U) w ::::) 1-> a: w > w b-Raider Faces 3 New Murder Charges c w ::1: U) :::i m ::::) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w U) cc c a: ANTHONY SMITH g LOS ANGELES -New u. murder charges filed against former Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders lineman Anthony Wayne Smith claim two brothers and another man were kidnapped and robbed before they were killed. A criminal complaint filed earlier this week in Los Angeles charges Smith with three additional counts of murder with special circum stances making him eligible for the death penalty Smith is currently await ing retrial in the 2008 murder of Maurilio Pence. A jury failed to reach a verdict in April. Smith was charged with the November 1999 slayings of brothers Kevin and Ricky Nettles and the 2001 death of Dennis Henderson. A phone message left for defense attorney Michael Evans was not immediately returned Friday. Smith was a defensive end with Oakland and later the Los Angeles Raiders from 1991 to 1998 Paterson Tweets Briel Response To His Arrest ADRIAN PETERSON Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson tweeted a pair of brief responses on Sunday to the news that he was arrested on Saturday and spent the night in jail. Shortly after that, he tweeted: "Thank you for waiting for the facts. Truth will surface. According to reports, Peterson was arrested early Saturday at a Houston nightclub for resisting arrest. He spent the rest of the night in jail and was released on a $1,000 A police spokesman said that Peterson allegedly pushed an off-duty police officer who was working security. Peterson is recovering from reconstructive knee surgery and hopes to be ready to play in the season opener. World Champion Hurdler Enters IIVIDPiCS For Firstnma JASON RICHARDSON London will be Jason Richardson's first Olympic Games. He won the 110 meter hurdles at the 2011 World Championships in Daegu, South Korea. He initially earned a silver, but the winner, Dayron Robles was disqualified for impeding a fellow hurdler. Richardson, 26, said he didn't receive any formal coaching when he first started hurdling. All he needed was Allen Johnson's 1996 Goldmedal winning performance at the Atlanta Games as inspiration. Richardson called Johnson's win as a 'framework' for his future track career. Serena Wlllls Wins 5th Wimbledon Title In 3 Sets Serena Williams USA lifts the winners trophy and celebrates. WIMBLEDON, England Serena Williams is back, and she looks almost as good as ever The 30-year-old American won her fifth Wimbledon title Saturday on Centre Court, beating Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland 6 -1, 5-7, 6-2 to claim her 14th major championship. It's been an unbelievable journey for me," said Williams, who has battled health issues since winning the 2010 Wimbledon title : I felt amazing out there. This whole tournament I felt really great physically. So I think it's definitely the beginning of something great I hope it is." After hitting a backhand winner on match point, she fell onto lier back to the grass. She then rose with a grin as big sister Venus -another five-time Wimbledon cham pion smiled and applaud ed along with the rest of the crowd. After shaking hands with Radwanska, Williams climbed into the box where her family was seated. She hugged her father, Venus, their mother and others. Williams Sisters Take Doubles Title SERENA And VENUS WILLIAMS .. with trophy Sisters Venus and Serena Williams captured their fifth Wimbledon doubles crown after beating the partnership of Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic, 7-5, 6-4, Saturday at the All-England Club. The Williams sisters have now won 13 major doubles title since forging a partner ship in 1999 They have the third-most Grand Slam doubles titles among all teams in the Open Era. .Jason lidd Joins New York lnicks Jeremy Lin #17 of the New York Knicks drives against Jason Kidd#2. NEW YORK -Jason Kidd is leaving the Dallas Mavericks to sign with the New York Knicks. Kidd could rotate in with Jeremy Lin, or inherit the point guard role full time if the Knicks reverse course and decline to match an offer the Houston Rockets made to Lin, a restricted free agent whom they have said they intend to keep Kidd's decision was a surprise in a dizzying span of point guard news. It was believed he would return to the Mavericks especiall y after the y missed out on Deron WilliamS. Kidd, 39 decided instead to join the Knicks for a three-year deal worth about $9 million


RAY AlLEN MIAMI -Ray Allen lin gered on the court for a bit after his Boston Celtics lost Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals to the Miami Heat last month, shaking hands and offering congratulations. A few minutes later, Allen made a vow about his future. "There's still a lot of basketball left in my legs," he said. The Heat apparently were listening, apparently agree -and will soon officially wel come Allen to their club. Allen told the Heat on Friday night that he intends to accept their contract offer and leave Boston after five seasons, even though the Celtics could have paid him about twice as much as the reigning NBA champions will be able to next season. Miami could only offer Allen the mini mid-level, worth about $3 million a year. USA Basketball Announces 12-Man OIJIDPiC Roster TEAM U.S.A. LAS VEGAS -LeBron James will make one gUar antee about Team USA in the upcoming Olympics in London: They will be fast. James Harden was among the final players to make Team USA's 12-man roster. Harden joins Thunder teammates Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook on Team USA, the first time three players from the same NBA team have been select ed. Thunder forward, Serge Ibaka also will play for Spain's national team. Joining James, Iguodala and the Thunder's trio on Team USA will be Kobe Bryant, Cannelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Deron Williams and Kevin Love. ur ty Speaking for Itself' #t SentllteiBuJietin ANIWAAN RANDLE EL Antwaan Randle El was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers last August and next week he will announce his retirement from the NFL. Randle El will announce his retirement at a two-day youth football camp he is running at his alma mater at Thornton High School. Randle El played nine seasons in the NFL, having two stints with the Steelers in between a big free-agent pay day with the Washington Redskins from 2006 to 2009. Randle El is the only receiver in Super Bowl histo ry to throw a touchdown pass. He won a ring with the Steelers in Super Bowl XL. TonvParker Cleare For OIVIIPiCS TONY PARKER PARIS Spurs guard Tony Parker can play for European runner-up France in the Olympic Games after San Antonio's doctors agreed he has recovered from an eye injury. Parker scratched his left cornea during a nightclub melee in New York last month. "The two (from the Spurs) confirmed the opinion of the French doctor who operated on Tony Parker, and the two Swiss specialists who also examined the player last Thursday, and indicated that he can resume playing,,. the French Basketball Federation said on Fnday, adding that Spurs coach Gregg Popovich also gave his blessing. Parker is joining the French squad in Orleans and he could play in a tuneup against England on Saturday. France's first game at the Olympics is against the United States on July 29. XI OMARA I With a name this unique, we had to bend to your to see her again as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Xiomara has a rare quality of being able to get atten tion, no matter where she goes. Xiomara said her favorite stars are Beyonce and Chris Brown, and her hobbies are stepping, dancing, modeling, and reciting poetry. She wants to return to medical school in the future, and her philosophy of life is: "You are who you gang with; I've been on the bot tom, and that's why I grind so hard to stay on top. Money to be made, bills to be paid." The man in Xiomara's life must be tall, dark, clean cut, and handsome. Congratulations to Xiomara for becoming a member of the rare sorority of hotly demanded Beauty Unlimfted features. --------------CIICIIIIIIIliCIII 111.211.112 ., r-0 ;;!;! c )It en m z ::! z m r-al c:: r rz "0 c:: al r-c;; m c m < m -1 c:: m en c )It z c ., .:a c


MR. OLLIE O.FUQUA Mr. Ollie 0. Fuqua of 10906 North 20th Street, Tampa, passed away Tuesday, July 3, 2012 Funeral services were con ducted Saturday, July 7, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel 301 North Howard Avenue with Elder Norman Perry officiating. Interment was in Florida Na tional Cemetery in Bushnell FL. A native of Alabama, Mr. Fuqua was raised in Kentucky and was a resident of Tampa for 32 years. He attended the public schools of Jefferson County and was employed as a serv ice technician at Caste Crete Corporation. He leaves to cherish his memory: his devoted of 39 years, Ronda; sons, Mark and Andre'; grandchildren Mark, Jr., Andre', D, Breana, Alexis Davidson, Maryah Mershon, Myla, Dominique and Antonio Tribue; siblings, Alice Bell, Marsha Alvis, Phyllis Mosley, Verely Fuqua, Eric Fuqua and Keith Fuqua; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains reposed from 5 8 p.m., Friday July 6, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard AvLet our fiunilytal

Nationa Zimmerman Released On Bail Under Strict Terms GEORGE ZIMMERMAN George Zimme'rman is out of jail again, but the rules ha ve changed since the last time he was released on bail after being charged in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin. Now a judge who believes Zimmerman misled the court about his finances is requiring him 'to stay in Seminole County. He also must be electronically moni tored, can' t open a bank account obtain a passport or set foot on the grounds of the local airport He has a 6 p m to 6 a.m. curfew. C i rcuit Judge Kenneth Lester set Zimmerman's bai l at $1 million. Zimmerman's attorneys said Thursday that there was $211,000 in an account, which included the amount raised from Zimmennan's website and also money generated from anothe r website set up b y his legal An addition al $20,000 was r aised in the day after Lester issued the $1 million bond order ......... CEI/Presld Zimmennan had to pay a bond company $100,000, but also needed $1 million in collateral to secure the bail, his legal team claims Don West, one of Zimmerman's attorneys refused to comment on what was being used as collateral after Zimmerman left the jail "We worked that out," West said. Shortly before Zimmerman's release the Rev. AI Sharpton criticized Zimmerman for raising money through online dona tions. The civil rights leader and talk-show host was in New Orleans with Martin's parents, Tracy and Sybrina Fulton. "Now we see where they're soliciting money, saying, 'If you would have done the same thing, send money to help with his bond ,' showing no remorse over the loss of human life," Sharpton said. Court documents show that Zimmerman's parents are using their house as security for the bond. But Zimmerman likely didn t put up $1 million worth of collateral because the amount can be negotiated with the bond compan y and the insur ance company backing the bond said David Engel, an Orlando-area bail bondsman. &-Year-Old Stan lnSexuaiiV EIPIIch VIdea ALBERT ROUNDTREE, JR. Albert Roundtree, Jr's video, "Booty Pop", is the most recent example of that quantum step into the bow els of Black debauchery that should force any selfrespecting Black-American to stop in their tracks and consider how long will we allow the entertainment industry to pimp the dignity out of our race. The video features the six year-old Roundtree with bikini-clad women gyrating inches away from his face as he spits out sexually sugges tive lyrics in a pool. Though the young boy did not utter a profanity, Roundtree certainly participated i n a video that most responsible parents would find repulsive and inappropriate for a adoles cent child. Bov Banas On Apanment Doors To Save Lives During Fire A four-alarm fire blazed through two Woodbridge, apartment buildings and had it not been f9r the heroic efforts of u-yearold Rylton Thomas, who banged on neighbors doors to alert them, there would have been injuries or even deaths. According to fire officials, the blaze tore through the top floor of two residential buildings. The intensity of the flames could have resulted in devastation with regards to human lives but miraculously, it didn't. Thomas, a fifth grader, says he remained calm during the chaQs as he went door-to-door banging on his neighbors doors to let them know that there was a fire. The pint-sized hero also pulled alarms as well to summon nearby fire depart ments. Dozens Of the apartment res i dents were left homeless after the flames had been extinguished but none of them were injured and all were accounted for. It took nearly thirty minutes to even get the fire under control and five hours later there were still smoldering embers. One firefighter was taken to the hospital due to smoke inhalation. I was trying to save peo ple s lives, cause some of my friends live in that building and I didn t want to see my friends go, Thomas said.


Crime suspect In UT Studenrs Slaving Pleads NotGuiltv DAVID EARL WILUAMS The man accused of the 2009 shooting death of University of Tampa student, Ryan McCall, entered a plea of not guilty Thursday. David Earl Williams was charged with first-degree murder, armed robbery, and attempted armed robbery for the slaying of McCall on the night of August 19, 2009. McCall was walking home from a birthday party with a friend, and had crossed the Holtsinger Bridge on North Boulevard when he was robbed and shot. Williams is curren tly serv ing a 15 year sentence in prison for unrelated burglary and grand theft charges. Williains appeared for a brief hearing before Judge Scott Stephens, who grant ed a motion from the public defender's office to be removed from the case because of an unspecified conflict ofinterest. Judge Stephens appoint ed the regional conflict coun sel to represent Williams warrant Issued For Burglarv suspect as a suspect responsible for several vehicle burglaries. Detectives have connected Anthony Woods, 24 to at least 4 vehicle burglaries In each burglary, the vehicle window was broken and items such as credit cards, wallets, and cash were stolen. The various credit cards were then used to purchase over $2,500 worth of fireworks from various firework vendors c w The Hillsborough County Anyone with any informa tion on Woods is asked to call (813) 247-8200. Sheriffs Office has issued a :::; warrant for a man identified m ::::) rl. z i= w -I -I ::::) m -I w co .,.. 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nibraska Ava. & scan St. The, g cf ala. er san dec sen thJt sho.: no: te oaseo sole, uoo semn:s Be1oe ,o. dec de os to sene ,c. FREE,., ::en 1:t"'1J: o a=o.t qJa ':a: os ac exo' ece Suspect Arrestelln Home Invasion, Robben DIMONTARIO HOPPS On Friday, Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies arrested a suspect in a home invasion robbery. Dimontario Hopps, 22, now faces several charges, including robbery home inva sion burglary of an unoccu pied conveyance, grand theft of a motor vehicle, aggravat ed fleeing to elude and no valid driver s license. Deputies said at 12:45 a.m., five men broke into an apart ment on East Busch Boulevard armed with hand guns The suspects took car key s cell phone s and a televi s ion They also took the vic tim's c a r Around 4 a. m., officers found the victim s car. After a short pursuit, the suspects bailed out of the car at 30th Street and Cayuga. Hopps was arrested D e tectives said the robbery does not appear to be a ran dom act, and they are work ing to identify the other sus pects. Stabbing IleUm crnlcal JERIEL DANFORD ... stabbing victim Friday. ST. PETERS BURG St. Petersburg Homicide Detectives are investigating an attempted murder that occurred i n the 1500 block of 25th A venue, South on The victim, Jeriel Danford, 29, was stabbed in the chest, piercing his heart. Police said he got into an altercation with a woman in front of his house and bat tered the woman after exchanging words with her. According t o reports, the. woman left the scene and returned with other family members. A large brawl took place involving Danford and he was stabbed by an unknown suspect while in the middle of the brawl. Danford was hospitalized and is reported to be in criti cal but stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit. A suspect ha s not been identified a t thi s time and witnesse s hav e b ee n inter viewe d The i nvestigatio n in t o the i ncident i s on g oing. Couple Charged With Marijuana Tranickinu Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested a couple Saturday on charges of trafficking in marijuana. Deputies had developed information that Emory Lawson, 25, was distribut ing marijuana from his home on Prestwick Drive, in Riverview Deputies had Lawson under surveillance and reportedly saw him leave his residence carrying a green bag. Deputies followed Lawson, and attempted a traffic stop. Lawson drove into a yard on Butler Woods Circle and fled the vehicle with the green bag. Deputies said he threw the bag, but it was located later by a K-9 Unit. Lawson was found hiding in a shed : Deputies returned to the Prestwick Drive address, and came in contact with Lawson's girlfriend Amy Ubinas. Ubinas, 22, allegedly gave deputies perEMORY lAWSON And AMY UBINAS mission to search the resi dence. Deputies recovered 50 pounds of marijuana in duffle bags in their bedroom The estimated street value of the marijuana is $65,000. Lawson also had $12.497 in cash on him at the time of his arrest. Lawson was officially charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug parapher nalia, operating a drug house, burglary of a structure flee ing and eluding and reckless driving Ubinas was charged with trafficking in marijuana. 19-Year-Oids Charged With Carrollwood Man's Murder Police in Davie Florida reported that a maintenance worker found the body of a Carrollwood man in a canal with a plastic bag over his head. The man was later identi fied as 76-year-old retired school principal, William Norman. Andarly Desir of Lauderhil and Corey Weintraub of Tamarac, both 19, are in the Broward County Jail facing murder charges in connection with Norman's death. Police said Weintraub's ad_ dress was the same as Norman's. According to reports neigh bors told police two y oung men were living in the house and Nor man once argued with them. He later reported ly claimed they threatened him. ANDARI.Y DESIR And COREYWEINTRAUB Norman's body was found Thursday afternoon in the 1400 block of Southwest 121st Avenue It was reported that Norman was a board mem ber of the Spirit of Life Metropolitan Community Church in N e w Port Rich ey and he may ha v e had an e x Wife and two sons It was also reported that Desir and Weintraub allegedly used Norman's ATMcard. Police Investigate Crash Involving 14-Year-Oid Driver ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police report that on Sunday morning, a vehicle driven by a 14-year-old, and with a 12-year old passenger, was traveling south on Manatee Diive at a high rate of speed. The driver lost control of the vehicle and crashed J nto a utility. pole. The vehicle con tinued sliding and came to rest in the front yard of a resi dence in the 3600 block of Sunfish Drive. The driv e r and passenger fle d prior to police arri val, but both hav e b een identifi ed. As police were investigating the crash, they reported that a heavy set Black male, 25 to 35 years old was found in the front yard of a residence at 3632 Searobin Drive A short distance from the crash scene. He was later pro nounced dead at a local hos pital. Investigators are trying to determine if the deceased nian was involved in the crash. Anyone with informa t ion on the deceased man's identity is asked to call the St Petersburg Polic e Department.


II LEGAL NOTICE II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, JUVENILE DIVISION FFN: 512278 CASE ID: 1 o-490 Division C IN THE INTEREST OF: J.G.WIM DOB: 11/19/1999 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. TO: Katrina Gleason Last Know Address: 5002 Williams Road, Lot # 16 Seffner, FL 33584 Legal Mother J.G. DOB: 11/19/1999 YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termination of Parental Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida Juvenile Division alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent commitment to the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are required to appear personally on the 25th day of July 2012, at 9:00 a.m., before the Honorable Manuel A. Lopez, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, 3rd Floor, Division C-Courtroom #310, Tampa, Florida 33602, to show cause, if any, why parental rights shall not be terminated and said child shall not be permanently committed to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding. DATED this H1b day of Juot 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /a/ PAM MORERA DEPUTY CLERK NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 11, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by_ the Code Enfo!cement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE t 11 BRAVO MANUEL 0 2138 W SAM JOHN ST" TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-233 & 19-234, 19-46 19-49 & 19-50 BOUTON AND SKINNER S ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA LOT 21 BLOCK 11 AND S l'l OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING ON NORTH 177541 0000 CASE t 11 PEASE, DARIEN J. SR 1207 N. OlA AVE ., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-5 A & B PURITY SPRINGS HEIGHTS NO. 1 LOT 4 BLOCK 1 1 1 00775.0000 CASE t 11 BOWEN JOSEPH 8518 N ASHLEY ST., TAMPA FL SECTION: 19-49 MANOR HILLS SUBDIVISION LOTS 41, 42 AND 43 BLOCK 6 1 00001 0000 CASE t11-:HI167 M & M HOMES OF TAMPA LLC MOYA BONIFACIO M-REG AGENT -W. WALNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-231 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA 2 15 FT OF LOT 3 AND LOT 4 BLOCK 61 179744 0000 CASEt12o00887 LANE SUSAN 2114 W. POWHATAN AVE TAMPA, FL SECT IONS: 19-46, 19-49, & 19-50 HAMNER S MAJROY B RENMAH LOT 7 BLOCK 3 104403 0000 CASEt12.(11113 DONALD SPICZKA IREV RUST DATE 1-11% CHARLES BERniOLF TTE 130t E. EL PORTAL DR., TAMPA,FL SECTIONS : 19-26 & 19-49 WILMA LOT85&86&Wl'l CLOSED A LLEY ABUTIING ON E 101404 0000 CASE t 12.(13744 SHELLEY RUTH M 8003 N OLA AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 & 19-233 PARKVIEW ESTATES REVISED PLAT OF LOT 16 BLOCK C 100890 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WiTH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. 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